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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00468
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:00468
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solidation of military hospitals on the Ccapl
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weeks remain before the Sept. 1 deadline stl
Queries made to Quarry Heights as to the
thepersonnel at the Ft, Clayton and Coco Sob
have resulted in the reply:
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tions from Washington. F
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mnder. to implement Athe general -ordet cd i ettt
details for himself. Npb.dy In Washington If-ot i
details tofs h ital c hngeover plan, uccovrdlute
taogon sources.
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authorIea tedies pfoter se-
curity chf Otto John 18-h*i
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Ilona gYernment nln
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and has n1tnot bt an-
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knew aMy Ietam defense ae-

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aid chief Harold jA 1 tw&jB5tim, and three
staU hid be would look l itOffttenat In addition to
situation carefully. He noted The uet for
ts he bs the power to trazns ; bee0u3l4ted, butnot
fra certainr r entage of Iddnp op d as yet, itlwas under-
fun&d frmp one area to another ,tau r
t it seems necessary. .
The exchange took place dur- N soe w t M
UIg geoent senate appropriations as and tbld he. mdelar
u ftelttee secret hearings on wl be rvite to se
the foreign aid bill. A heavily- tl for treat der to
.o red version of the hearings make the chte-orr more
wao released by the committee gradual
S*.. te it A- call for additional civilian
atuaen told the commtteenurses for Gorgas now that an
youllr." ._program has ...ea-Increase In patt nt-load is anti-
parked $73,700,000 for militarycipated, has been made. Many
aid to Spain and $30,000,000 rS OjngUry nuraes who will no
economic aid. longer be needed w hon the shut-
dovi e6darran questioned 8 fOted to be transfer red to
closely 'about the size of othor military hospitals.
phaas of the program. o
The hospital consolidation cll-
"I amn surprised at the small mazes a seven-year study and Is
quantity of military hardware...
that Is going over there for the ,
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Ctk$an said "It seems to me It
would have justifled.more hard-
ware, so to speak."
Stassen replied that the span-
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S her own colorless njl posh whichshe apple s eft)
enthusiasmnn. She hat her ,own cologne, to, which ie
lag a nher ankles (rtiM), .

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Wil summer in play. colope -Well, there's' your iolu-
elaxing and dressing for tion. By introducing her to a few
,'.ames rather than for cosmetcs, made especially for
s s sake, t he mart small-fry ladies, your booming
start getting her job it more than half. W ,
for school well For she'll take to h6 Junior-
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I nmacately a nicely kept u 110 *d that
reaches for that first report card.
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axt time you show her hot to use the kit.,
or giv, your- either. Chances oe use's watenod
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RedMenace Being Kept Down

STropical Colonial Afrka

tLEOPOLDVILLE --(UP)- With coast Some of atst ktrung
Iammonlsm entrenched as the progress, however, .Is ere in
Wt's No. 1 threat in Asia the steaming Leopledvle., where the
SEuropean pwers administer- W0,00 native Inhabitants drive the
-UW tOpical Africa are working trucl and taxis; and do much of
to keep the Red menace out the mbing, electrical and other
S t ois Ilatei colonial region. acnary, technical work of a
AMordf to Informed m sources modn city. Leop ldle's total
CwOimunlst prosellytZin popo ltion of burly M0.0 if
the some 100Da0.00 r Zdoble what it was sx years a
the Sahara o as the lum-like oget
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R4 Africa-Ao failed too :re supported by the government
IaI important traoe of ind are run by male religious or-
i- propagandizing or in den. There are cheap or costlUes
However, the authorities health- services.
wee tring to head off
i which e ight breed corn The huge private companies o
'.Maec Iarma ric t the Belgian Congo are W o on;
emt, gapeae d tributig to he welfare of their
SIlerl active emplbyes. At prOent, it has
king-pin of the latter-day all added up to a point where the
revolution hitting trop- African in Leopoldville is health
a, Belgium isa leading the looking, reasonably wall-dressed
ig.colonial regions in les- hard-working and usually the proud
a vast gap between the possessor of a bicycle.
S ay. and housing of '

Free of the festeding Don't Tear It Up
ubles of Kenya and the
South Africa, West Africa HILLSBORO 0.-(UP)- Glenn
jema stemming from the E. Burger, 26, Wilmington, 0., was
t nationalism and low angry when he found an overtime
of living of the Africans. parking ticket on his ear. He tore
aill, for example. It is it to shreds-and epg it Iter.
I the iBp 'African. is man Glns oatTe Do ve toe
h of the fhrml fto is n up ticket, the meer which still in-.
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nt countries on the coast take more direct action. He lo.
ais and the Union of South cated Burger at a tavern, took him
to the police station where the mo-
France and Portugal are tourist was forced to post a $25 ap.
Bl in their own way to- pearance bond, which was for.
necessary.IMProvement filed when he failed to show up
fhcan's lot on the West for a hearft.I

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no mine In the ,a and that it.
wasn't lbely an~y digng would
develop because much *f the west
ide of e ad ocupies the oot.'
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original rus of enthusiasm i
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Candidate's Neighbors
Free Him For Campeinp
friends sad neihbers of Eenwth
Haum made ay tor hil-whl be
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Salum I' aPfmeftvt cea&-
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Announces now colecting facilities for ie convenience of their custom~s.

Customers in Rio Abajo, Parque Lefevre and Juan Dhiazay now pay .4*
bills at the Farmacia "EL BATURRO," located at Calle 7a. P. wLe
Hours: 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Monday to Sat *day. Snady: 8Aa.*
12:00 noon, effective the 10th of the present mont..
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In order to vail yourself of this new ly,it sssent thaty -,

your last AVISO and pay the amount in fan11-luuding any ameems as showiai
the bill. Customem not wishing to pay the amount in full maighe to the c. "
pany's office where they have been accustomed to pay their hh#.ob"uhe lust.

This new collecting office is only for the purpose of coIt hej wcuMlfr
aNy other service, such as opening and closing accounts, 4 ote 7 a 1.PSe'
make application to the company's office orn Cies to Avena. '- '

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1n r4 et." t m-l Mt atdlast hasb plaed bar 'nay,
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M!S ears, girls, for a lesa-ny times, in the room below. 'hMe
es. solution to this, according to Ihe
VYou do, if you've jperts' advice is to put a "dlock
Jead pound from nt" of rubber feet on the ta-
notes of music ble, and a rug underneath. Wall-
t overhead. to-wail targeting. Is even hiaftr.
ed to get the Just how we get the nel4hbeMOI
MAr a music.- the f above to cooperate
engineer leave to our
Mld the purse Another phenomenon o l
op aph. with -ltwch our family is al too
7 o 1 music equip- :famir,. is the way volume
rorecords to mount under presfuE, and trkV-
Sfidelity bas els up he srieas' a nd right
itsd to into 4 babys t.-..
ers. Y say my advisers,
Sgo-roubd' will. the chil- hear higher frequencies than od,
the golden quality of si- er people and are disturbed
.- I took the cotton plugs out I volume. Shutting doors doesn't
shy ears and discussed the help the situation very mu e h.
robem, with William Brown and Drapery or fabric screen do.
ae Spano, acoustical ea gi Olut staircase is open, so a
SU s, who outl seAd s tips *pn ia pe or. creen at the foot ef Ue
lWB to lberease th# pasuUtrM astirs Mh practical. But the. ea-
cut the headaches. Sinees assbr d me that Wrces-
e'll get btter music reproduc ng the. top of the stairs would at
k say the engineers, if WI east reduce the effect.
the phonograph in the cor. In the autumn, when we spend;
of the room where walls the evenings indoors, I plan to'-re.,
as a "horn" to bounce sound tire the old living-roomn drapes to
r If possible, particularly a curtain rod at the head of thej
aWlvngemgrs r"om tale.fiBstb di >e-.. 'l'.
jMrn ranch homes, face the They might down the effect
MNIZph *'toward a wall where ef shrill feminine& vo e4-a and
ipare draped. Heavy drap- high-pitched laughter on sleeputg
vaborb high-frequency notes babies, too.
Swnon the distortion
S- c eency r i
'a.-fl9 .. ft qt'suin wi very. For bassi
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and lage mas reverse. In theM emsae l
I Idefoh. bat redesg t.. ' hltg. aa.no
This fall, the voluminous coat deep .cuts
is cut with verlow wide,hufe b rep
Y-e fuA /pockets, placesow a eitherside. whether
l_ ,Someo" deslgnM s6t. 9 ti.nyh balf wid, ,
4r belcbfr this oa nd usIe it at q.
L owing each side, placed fairly low. lWyher.
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s tones and table vibrations bounce the sound up into the u ,mme ats '
a br heard, amplified n.ma- room, not though the floor. Urc
W. By jut 51 s woo

'11W mamer a belad a st arA ja'h.w
fashieo note to the basin scamer" loW
Wife Should Place Mate dress. Wit mat be, It
a long way toward completing

Above .e#tY GiVip Level sCos. ti
MOet of these bielts are wash- been s o with, neaw
So- able, too S and water suds- colors, dgs ad fibers. They
,,,. .a a t: .~aeede too$ o .rffer *a.l t a- a sa,,
no to autumn brides: Make tion your husband would rather clean even He fa est wase price. Some af the new ones sell
nlvbte vdwa your w"eddi4 ta n you tell, 'if yo av.a a accoIb a se are: a r or:latheaa3.pir .-
-I w t discuss my.,hts' t ule that you won't discuss clear plt with flowers Crspness I assured In many
"Stick to It aid it will do lhim. sandwceduewen, wide plas- cases by finishes that require no
to ke you and you husband Then, there'll come a day when tic- atent, lather belts in pstel starching or stretching. Pattern
Oureub the years. you quarrel. If you are in the habit shadesa nd the bamboo bel t, range from cheerfully informal
shouldn't you discuss your of discussing your husband with which is as popular this season. cotton fishnet to elegant formal
ad? There are several good your family or friends you'll say Whep you..Ma these belts, use lace, as delicate as a bridal veiL
Swhy it is a mistake for a things about him aper that a well- d clo and wipe with Matching valances and yard.
ia to discus her husband you'll forever after wis you'd nev. a clee For patent goods II cases promise to
dI first place, nmen hate to And if you, au(do t husband at .do dres'ln .
Beir wives discuss them. And don't discuss each fiefl ita b Ot- ..I l windows.
dr-considering how silly riders you'll both feel more free If ye have several flexible was particul with th
ass who talk about her hus. to be yourselves in your marriage. fabric belts, such as cummer- new cotton fuhslet a.tains which
al the time can make him It's a sad thing to see the shamed jMunf, you can wash them in have etched designs of fish, sea
ID others. expression on the face of the man warm msoapud. Rinse several horses and o*et motifs.
he second place, there's no whose wife hasn't been able to re- times in el ar lukewarm water. These show well at window3
ir d passing along informa- sist getting ; laugh by telling a The, motl'.i put with your fin- which must be kept unobstructed
S" .. W over'te. lim un- to. admit li but offer no e*n
A n dry.- while slight- chanting vies.- a s.. I
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For fabric bdet with a stiff -
". an sud brush and
b.gtb :raovc, 4] soil. Rinse
well and blot with.a towel.
k- btsa shel. be left in the
hf iur, bIj have any fancy
aM l, ramic figures,
over aad around them careful-
with mwpr cloth to remove '.
ration carefullyto absorb all

qatael r4 n or airing alis
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rI refusing to discuss him
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latereUtln view f its aw) Usedtld SBana et
Sexpeaalve cotton a t Is U m framed by 6 oen-ol
paper instead of draperies. -
charcoal join the more familiar
white and bright colors, a 'Wl
promi se to blend wel wlt w u r ..a ..J
temporary wicker, wrought U I m,' ,re'
or pale-wood finished In t b -
Other new fishnets in nytlm o a
Ion as well as the cottn ca l
styles, have woven-In leaop to :
make curtain-hanging a matr of t's important .to ieq
seconds. away from ane
cold and aie T nde
Such pattern names as r
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do the lace-edged panels, l
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drapery fabrics In tradltledal
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B 4 iersuea FOR SALE:-'51 Ford V-8 Deluxe: FOR RENT:-Room for ringfen' 21866.
AS. Sitoist gren, very. ood condition. with European family in Bella Vist.
Coa al'ok 86-5.1 7. -"- Telephone 3-2448. J .Y.
t o Ch r -d inal FOR RENT Grautigr ento Clara
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'i boa 9 Cm. Apartment, tic refrigeratione
0W I-1954 Ford C etine 4- ATTENTION G. 1. Just built mod rn 4-567.,
S r sedan. M.jy extras. WMI con- furnished apartments. one, twO action In
Srdir gobd used car in trade. Phone bedroom, hot. cold water. -Tel- Spend your vacation in i
pa. & f, o 1a2.309.' Iphone Panama 3-4941. HOTEL JULIAn v
lho0im filtu'Bs; lo %ts F AUA I?4 Chrysler 4.door FOR RENT: Furnished and unfur- hunting nd enjoy a nic
t:055-8, MerartO0, sdao. fluid drive, original owner. nished 2-room modern oportments. Hotel ulion proVides youi .
S6O. 'Coll Balboa 2896. House Contact Alhombrh Apartments, 10th pnd good weals. Arrange
'uble bed ad ,spln-. 5184-BMDiabla. Street. Tel. 1386. Colon. m. ade.-Write for rnsrotll
O-eicle .ef rigafdtr FOR ... 1931 Pord Model-A FR RENT:-Aportment above Con- JULIA P Hoto, Vlcan .
i elrC tric 1ti,5 co~_.~.y paid. Make me on of- tral Theater building, Central Ave- .*FD Dlkj
. imtone mote.Tel- fr'tiay nte before 6 p.m. Houye nue No. 141. Inquire Centrol The- rl t
. o Con, 1557 t aolebasih Street, 60lboo. water. manager's office.
T61. -----FOR RENT. Modern two-bedroom
n. C..'lo R.-AL-ep: mltary. A. I~ n- apartment, 51 st Street No. 42. Un- FOR RENT: Chalt,
.. .. 9* whl, drive, paihted white furnished. For further details coil servont'* room. with.
1,&404. set 1 idl for Interior. Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337.. Suitable tor fficpr.or
"'Ih "arr '. I '"; t s d foor. b6ot. --FORENT---.-Th.ree-bedroom--apa t k rtions to .
ofI k Cow ; to .e ........... room, hot water Tel. 3-2279. 7 0. .
Cal Si f 2 L L- :-1952 0tmobile-984. FOR RENT.--Comfortable and mod FOR RENT:- Beautiful
'l ._._, ____ 3 edl-,-- ,,xlent condition., r- ern apartment of two bedrooms nd 10th Strees. Pait :
a HrdriMotlc, tinted glass., sun ithh hot water and ra rooms, maid's room, 3 ftjlets,
S i 2Punctur. proof tubes & m-any 5 For 22 porches, back porch. Spanish i
o atr Cal-l Lt. arkins, Al. 2-24 16 or 3-5322. garage. Please call Mrs. Vega, 1
S, brook 4279 71._/ FOR RENT-- 2-bedroom apartment, phone 3-2858. _
---F ,* 't livlngroom, din;ngroom, kitclen,-
fOreR rORSALE throom.,h Street No.1 FOR SALE
"-nc till.Porros. Tel. 3-2457. F O R S
S,' MIi lmeou- FOR RENT.-Small furnished apart- Boats & Motors
a... gW...d ment, bathroom. kitchen nd FOR SALE: at
Sr,2 pdindependet. Near Canal.. ne, cs5

from 7 to 9 6 B alboa Y acht ,E.b.
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,MEW-- Ia Year Desl a leFO TOR RENT: Double anti single FOR SALE .' foat cedr ma
.-. apartments furnish-ed. screened and hogony outboard with 6-hp. W z-
SMJ_ fs In triplicate. will be pected. Phone ord twin motor, good condition.
Migr"? Mo O f tbh Engine Qo FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, Call 84,2187 after 5 p.m.
MbWrner an" n)Puct:on Director, Ponama hotel service with clean bed linen --,
4-barner Canalo Cimpany, nd fen publicly doy with or without meals. 43rd FOR SALE
Cpa eopwenu, for furnishing all plant, tools, $ reel No. 27. Tel. 3-4976.
i Prn, equipment, labor services and mote- ,. t ,- I ii
I4o*., r-, 'hlo tot n t ct r vihv e ayendrwt fur- FOR RENT.-Double & single port- ,_081 ,MSW ,
r etee, isKlhed maOteralols). end for irforming m furnished"" "" screened and FOR SALE:-A barqain at 13,000,
e corner all woih fr CoiMtructlh eof Two u spected. Phone 3-3404:.O t .aut modeai rn t wo- 13,000
pet, very Shelters for Balbob Elementary School FOR RENT:- Semi-furnished apart- bedroom chalet, moaid's quarters, in
ot o lpn lZons* F rm of pro- ent t responsible teraurtte, preer- dool, relaxing "Las Cumbres." An-a
,^ t& fcti conon( frull parti- ably Americans: Bedroom, living- d4s Sur, follow arrows for informa-
-"',s t- ,be Btt*d from the of- room, orch, kitchen, bath. Eloar- tion. iBorronco.1 .
at at-.* (C.!'"o1tre^ 'nd lesatpectinl ado Building, third flopr. Colle --'- '

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a suburbs; unfurnished 4-bedroom
F^A D, ,,T home for several years' occupancy
OR R INT I by conservative American family
Mi I .. accustomed to respecing father
MlnflielneOUsl people's property. Telephone Pan-
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packer.n., SM p ourse" aid total taria" are
Moven. based ea nprtetimas by prominent
Tels.: 2-Is & 2-2451 lconservate t poiceluas that the
Fimami. aeit steQ wi be return to the
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..w Mai,~cI.l i- eaalny t. bl, cholrs" bronI FOR RENT:-Above Jordin Berta, for -- 'o-... Tt 5.
.,vl Ceria '75 '; ef blinds $20; point' clinic or office, new concrete build-
Cl11, 00110 -Th* splay gum SS bamibob chair. foot' ing. West 12th Street No. 43. Tel. E f a ll e d .
474 neomso. r *,nvwS35;ord MalilnKe, 1952' 2-1581).p I A AMA
The' aso gu ma 50& Frlgldgite deep- *FR SIa .I' U Hil1
Ss .u br ural Befter Politics -eaR omelinr
'FOR 'A Cocker Spaniel. blond.
iN llAla yedlll y esn mthl old, licensed, peril- I I AUSTIN, Tex. (UP) Not rPaSesr a 1 tmflIe

A "..'b :l Dr Stuart A. MaeCorkle, director 3 mA:
o a Ja k "nyHo e Ill raw see t o- of the University of Texas' .i-mJ,
Otbard. pre lep nb h- opGon o two of Public Affairs. He believes WIRE RESERVATION
to avent a from sar-ore coartment quet and col. FT. PIERRE, S. D.- (UP) better government sbased on a PANAMONT, BOQUT
Pre11 aent Elienhowter' Good n lhbr;iood, Alm' a 195C The farm and ranch children of rong "and wholesome local g
NP weather Pl mouth sedon, duty paid. radio, the rural area west of here didn't er"nent. .
first atc bo hlt soidwall tires. Colle Uruguay have to go gadding off to town this Governmnt centralization Is SPOR S d
r Apt. 9. Tel. 3-.245. summer for their fun.. They had the curse o the wld," eo e -
v iS:- Germ*' a a, 1Csn m r recreational program of paine."Thishas roved to be st t' h
Germois 1d. PI Ptrue in Euope ind. iiia and ia I . . ..
.N)- T ert. 3.33,84, a the near East. Dt- _,', b M, ,
silver .. The' rolaim was centered at rain, -water may be l"ul r
d it Ui t'" -' '. -. *':' the new lighted baseball and ro-I To keep gov.nt frn. ...it well& dn 25 feet the--

-tionZ,+_L Ian unselfish hand hi its operations. at- ..-o
-iW ; IU The grounds are at a hi-hway -, o just jtonce every two or four jntnevayy nos.o tfe oui
Thegretound s t e wc istha. -h of .years but week b:' week and day States, the bass in
Intersection, which is the hub of by day bot a od and a gamnsf. -.
i ; A.Th, rural community of some 450 fam- a..
M iyt? Vf l t -Wtf has .- echa-il. fles within a radius of 25 miles. ..... ... -
:Diesm twitat ifME i t a h i s 5 i. "It is easy to criticize and con.- Te Itali an guage leMft
wn, Because the country schools of demn local ove nte ad self bet to singing.
Sa ea are too small to carry on vet. Too few of us are ready
'A*-Ur ea,2e Sth i activities, the parents de- prove it. Too few of us are ready Scratehing of flows with
ralWy- I f Cal. chi they needed a community make the sacrifice in time and dr chair legs can e pre
1UlS M eev W nKfte fBBaay athletic center 'here the children money to correct the ills. bywaxng te feet of te futhe
od go for instruction and super- faults we are so skiul in painting ture at the same u ta as i
booiertsM -i The mechanism I a lnown as a vised play. They raised $13,000 for out to our friends. floor.
M As l wialM., statoeypt and funteons somewhoJ th baseball-rodeo project. -- ---
A 6. 1 ,la, OR I. a human's inner ear, be ex;B ,,.Babies Light Up ._e;at-S.t Lake...S tei,,
a.nt Olymp ,ply- plaIlned, .Our children.have to get their fed by the Jordan River.
Sim somewhere," said Ro; Nor- 7 D
It eonsists of a see contalpingmn, one of the promoters, "and .0 0ks Corner, Pa. Tasmanian blue gum is one
a.t o d f Sand, flaid, and tiaylde .decided to try to give it to the strongest, heaviest and
MWW I'wn t Pesr a1 ad fluD Shiam at home-to keep them from PHILADELPIIA (UP) A durable woods in the world. -
I tIII ,': at hl hSirs sets e u nerve gaidingtl to town. '"lights on" trWltlonhas been es- -
Scarry messages to ,-- tablished e Corner to cele-. More than 40 per cent i
Sha crr mssge t brate the U every child born world's goods are produced i
IT A in that .164 e comnpuaity near the United States, whieh hm a
i t 'I l I del mchanlew s 'end Lancaster, Ra .- per cent af'the *od's o Ie.
p. yiwr.reuBw- A! i nr e meaml". On* U __
aSon am rilst. ia mZving fM RIENOS Albert M. Lohr, started the idea
ij ry. .J~i-i"'U tin 1947 when he was slow in tak. Magpies can be tslat
Fii ing dowo ahid CLm" deer speak.
V lions The iwght stlU Mup at t.
S 1 top rain rl vment n e fourth j side in April when he took his wife Highest piled 'insla_ *ea I
86 7 d dry wa 0 0S01t1e1gwr11 ^ e to the hospital to give birth to dunes in the United tates W
M t mea ior. . their fifth child. the white sands of New Mtale,.
doW dryto tosoefethNgh O
._ -.were. .Lohr promild his neighbors he
would turn a% the lights to let d Thi snake-flling seemw aP
I 't -l TPhlem know whlni his wife left, and bird used its wings as a a- M
I11 M' again whfa tsl returned with her and club at thbe sea MIMe
I_ .tgg ,yr -- baby. -. .
Ja .bip 'babl. TIhe Joshua tee
I ". The originator of the tradition belogs to the My .
decided to exten the courtesy to -
One unkind way Of describing all new parents in the area. So Valle Grands, Ill_, jrjL
O.-.0- me a P*ere=that is fast losing p- far the light have been on ix Jemes Monitale M IlN
.. aritS s the tern ~ld mld ." times. ieo. il the tlarget ed
Be l1e ss when that .a the ac- The most rt light on" mg in te wrf.
I. .i Ia rted way of ~1 rit to an asMay 1 fr M. and Mrs. Man. --- i
a, I. Bx t unmarried woman. But manners rice eene. R was the couple's T ii .fteee o

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CHICAGO-(UP)-One of every
t persons in the United States
be a hospital patient in 15t4,
the American Hospitl dAssociaton
ThIs figure waa based ot rerds
for 1153 when U. S. heopmlt'eared
for 20,183,827 patients, an all-time
high. On an average day in 18,
tere were 1,341a tlent an d
48,2 new-born nfal in n hoapi-
The information was gathered'by
questionnaires saet to all H ,M
registered hospitals in the count.
Won-profit general hospitals
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lan delfcateuian owner w
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neaa craears, asa as r rf if t
the extpct vocanoe the
city lifita. And he add re ar
undoubtedly several era that
"We have Irgot.an *bo
"Trouble Is," said the mayor,. "a
lot of people don't get around very
much these days."

There Is Just No
Privocy Any More
ALBANJY, N.Y. (UP) Musk.
rats donat have the privacy they
used to.
The New York state .onservation

S. ered intotehe bo e mish
GWPAI iiad tlactlvie e the a'nm .i
Any slight disturbance and the

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Biologists have been able to take
recording up to a distance of 40
* An glo says "This place b s imetbiag feet, and can determine the easet
hose sood and aolektto it number of tenants In aar ien e.
ide from all d1 t w .' The practice, a department
luar. The sho r is k to ask man said, make t e*ase t dee-
cheo a eustomem4e4 id g eret ermine the mUskrat _plPatin
I va. and shush u y ea ree, and telw Aneedad for trap-
p he says, "this place is holy." ping seasons.
sess- Blaglo came to the United states
. n 10 an settled in New Orleaps m enr m P
ir. where he met and marriedM is a rests
M Americanborn wife, Mary. They T
. have thr ildren- date, Lend Their Shoes
his ogse e,, ad to rne
s and lt;nd au, a I New For Junior Prom

OU. it's MoiAg of a university
hisu lan 191 Biago oped a cery ptranedo.-
WirG- Istore, but switched to the deNe- The prom, of course, i .formal
neat, tusuen in 1 25. and that .mspean blaldr shee for
the Blagio likes to 'reminl ce about the sea students. Not many stu
can3- I cusstgers. Like the ones--ala dents a the essential footwear,
hted f them dressed in th.robes Ro- bub all tbe Irests Wear them.
man Catholic bihops and arch. So the students borrowed -the
*ant iops--who entered his aho one blaek shoes from the priests, who
S night in 198. The ebh3u.i Is at either stay indoors that
al weresda the u nighc it or dig up an old pair. T7U
o .ne ere. bomote ahad u a onfuon came after the bal was
am. tested goin ot Montalb 'it A-. over when the students begaq
r in- gel of Peace" shop-f some 503 the hpea00 whlch .are
ts to cheese. That was a Hilispot In ,except forse.
n Biagulo's life.t twas several days before some
This But so, too, was the 0niht that the prlesat.trueton fIlt coi-
n bf the husband of a iekwoman portable sai gbefore a clas.
came seeking help. Blagiao asked -__
the the man if he believed in Jsus ,
nade Christ. The two men prayed to- r O, Boy I
an a gether, and the man left. Next
has day he ease back to report that HARTFORD, Conn. -,- UP Aft.
ever his wife,'who had not been out o er 15.years and seven daughters,
a sick bed for three-and-a-half lars. James L. Corthouts gave
Bia- years, was up. I rth. to a boy.

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750 '5 BC' Event'

i Millstone and promising Sugarplum are
to match strides In today's featured $760 sev-
long sprint for Clas "B-C" imported- thor
obreds at the Juan Franco race track.
e two outstanding t hr e e. could not hold off Begonia's
British-bred prosp ec t s rush and the latter scored by
before with the Cococha a long head.
's chestnut colt taking ad. Persian Countess also gained
l bl pll the on Regal Bliss as she came from
M4t 1_IA *ntp As- the rucok to take third place a
ste d y. @ legth and one-half behind Be-
rf *wi-* be goa.
:our paume and Begonia paid the day's best
will Ib r aming win odds. $19.80 per ducat.
fter a I of Alfredo Vasques was the lead-
tu a month could be a ing rider with three victories.
h to her.I
on saddle sce Luis Cl- The dividends:
SI aboard Sugarplum FIRST RACE
1. Steadily Improving Ale- I-Paris Midi $8.20, 4.80, 2.20
ileasa will guide Milstone. 2-Delhla $4.40. 2.20.
week Millstone lost for the 3--Double In 82.20.
i'time In three meetings to: SECOND RACE
d Valentino's classy Soft 1-Oauoba 88.80. 5.40, 3.40
time the latter will aot 2-Batataso $22.20, 1 "'1
afe race. 3-Devonshire Club $5.
e peedy Florers, Red First Double: (Paris Midl-
I Merry Mason are sure Gaaeha) 044J.

M. uidal early paceset- S-n n M uW1o $ 20.
nd come on to score OIFeT 0w : (Coneedal6Don
oet of .ls upsets. o qo) $6.
Besides the-feature, plenty of.' FOURTH RACE
tefsat Is bebIng shown in the 1--unriqueta $80.0, 2.80, 2M0
i krs "D" sixand-one-half f u r- 2-61rena $8.80, 2.20
%misprint in which the surpris- 3-Rlomar $2.20. ,
i, i4dy Martha will strive for Quinlela: (Enqriueta-Slrena)
b ,! victory in her last seven $12.
TPe other interesting races are l-Royal A lgator $3.40, 2.40
.' d on today's card 2--FarLyP.ble 8 S80.
orday Supqraun and Bego- SIXTH RACE
eored in IWe twin feature 1-xp li.to $6.20, 5.20, 2.80
for Class "3" horses. 8u- 2-Aother Pulmar $7.40, 3.80
inm scored from post-to-pst 3-Tilama $2.40.
even furlong 5MO0 event i SEVENT RA '
eg tonhe cme 01e wIth an i lo., r er $7.0), ', ...
ut stretch drive to barely Isr ch S6.as

gri whoh was sluggish l-Ch,
I occasion. Neweomrar -Dae6 '
dtoplayed great improve- a-Roea Hi ..
.as he closed a wide gap Quilelar-. peante-Dar-
dun third. Iolene) $5.40.
i un returned $9.40. $1.40 F 1'iN-W RACK
acrOSu the board. Au- l-aSuperlInm 7.40, 4.40
.......... ... .. -ChIngri $L4I0, 2.80
l bfn saddle ace, turod 3-Cames $8..8
excellent perform nance TENTH RACK
9 ztIA U I t -Begon 819t 2.00
110"04014f 000 2 Rerla- t AB80

ans ase Lead;

vtC tinue Drive

MUiton Rn straight defeat, the Giants re-
rksa3e,, .mained four games in front of
eer kept Clve e second-place Btooklyn when the
g4 rm Redles beat the Dodgers, 5-,4
S~BI gT tle Ib a Law Bmrdett won his 11th
W.ipd Mflie.a game of the year, yielding
Speneven hits before he gave way
IT d ftoar-it 't to Nichola with two out and
f'lth.trlumtnhm. two on In the ninth. Bill Bru-
t hv .Jo ton opened the game with a
a 3-d1 s henoer off loser Ruben Gomes
enabled the ans and Eddie Mathews hit his
a full game on the set- 26th homer In the third in-
S place Yankees. ning. Braton and Danny 0'-
the score tied at 1-aU, Connell each collected three
Tribe knocked; out Phtladel- hlt
burst r th fifth.Lar Oil Hodges' error on a ground
usntbed his 2%hL.homer ball and his failure to hold a
inas' 6~a the heel of line drive later on enabled the
to e and AltM hS. ^Rdleg to break a 3-all tie with
tndlaa added the4th two unearned runs In the se-
She frame on walk to Al venth. With one out, Hodges
S Vie We plus Dave e a e d up Nino Escalera's
MP &. r grounder. After relief pitcher
o walked r y Merriman. Ted
MeDo)gat. hero art Ki uewa hit a potential dou-
T ankee vo ery, led off bl pd l liner at Hodges, who
Swith A ho e n droppedped the i recovered
if ow ith a bbINdIn time to retire Klusewaki but
.te both runners moved up and
1 a.einthBin cored on Wally Post's single.
8eF Wyeh Rhe ierf Pitcher Joex Nuxhall was
Su n'a' third malnnn crdlted with the triumph.

e edwlnS Wahe shell helped the Phillies over-
-ft e Ihoer in th e tome an early two-run deficit
Mo acnh insurance. Ind beat the Cube. 8-2. Bob
4Mo ran. who had beaten' Mlller scattered 10 htts for his
te ms ixth victory while Dave Cole
Kg ,^'asts t ftimes was c ed wat se Coa e
BiWarh-lgon Sen'afo The Cardinalo ended the P1-
a tllir e-r UB deficit t to rates' longest "wnng streak"
H 1J-*letoiiM pthe of the season -- three otrai
SWhite pght-c e gamea with an 8.- victor.
sMi treak. TrsUU 3-0 thte Th Pirate committed five er-
ord theefirst twol rorse tof themon n one play.
T thS 1oni w S k.t. w Lth tintehed the contest
eand Roy e-'frth a thnre-nmn r In the
iet- 'hC thki fourth. Boyc Lint we and

vomit ^th'> ard S the ban ^Uo ce.
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at Detroit
M l sit Clevehad (2)

award for Battery B 903d, second place winners; CWO ViCtor J.. (10? Bttsaie (2)' M5" (9D-l)''id Mos LP -t Paref Bajr,, the 5-' -eU it

TROPHY WINNERS Trophies were awarded W 00J 0 03~-2m eh1. w,.o- h we p

). Ho( ,V W].. COMMI'T ,d ODD i;.teSS "
andalo t eam representatives of the 9d AAAc Bnc mu ... t di e third n'
Le4-rague this past Tuesday evening at the Fort C Be&nGomezn n- i)n d Tu re b Wk 0 of 0 0 ne i St-m o fild k .

Al-ley. ELl t r ang t-t-Raa tell wout ide oo0. (3)- i. l MW al,
aware LforBatt eyB903dsecodplace iesh I t!- !(3 a I9-1b)oIo MoeLlPe -2P arn e Bsanaere.g
es-Kot/----,k0..displaystarophy awarded to the 65th yrh(1-4)R(0-3).,1ae .i
f!rst place winners:andCpl. Charles Schmidt, Ioa 0 C i000-2 9 0 000-1 t0 10oet

2ndt Race "E" Natire4 Fgs.Puwrse: 5375.00 Pool Clous: 1:15 ros (). Pkeyd hd Ftled-. d 0) e s the. ftulhse 1i
Fliond Race of the Double and .hep : st Lndyh edor y ife o 5a) lte.-

0 Kand icso-7) aLP abtm Fe. ller (ll2 8o, a tieve L- In 311Aa
1-Viaregonero A. Ycaza 110 -Rates air chance 5-1 ard '- . a mpion M lfrom the n- thsts the
2--Escandao J. Reyes 118 -Good chance In mudd 10-1 Ver y of Iowato a distance third m.at, iip n has
V Darling Gonet. 107r-Has strong t 8-1 he t rnin
4.FHrenre A. j ao 10iLast was rev.alOng Even Cin a 000 010-5 8 3 Ne5rY 100 te0dtoolapsEet

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3rd Race 'Non-Winners 4% FF.Purse: S50.00 Pool closes 1:4.; th: D15kde o)(3). a
ONETWO By FLACO the two power tite. .... ,

2--ufeo L. Glal 10S --Noting o recnt n -. We_ ,uW. lli ss n e f Catbelievl

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h1 n r nam miU ra2 lhook(4 forL te-rte"ydsbtwent- hs sidy

.--iaeri A. hn 110 --Raue sfair chance t 5- dyeyn asie h mpo.e o lt ere ,taes o u a ou, o wywt0&

8th AaYe "G" Imported 7 Fts.Pure: h45a.t Pool loses: t:5 John Rybovitch and Bk Baur rrtetdrnl srou. h peA
2--odeia A. hiall. 1 -11-Woud cay nde apice 10-1 Some urthime al a sewsa e hoo n I 0 C a D tn wB S 1
3--.uaolio M CGaa 10 -Rates aoor chance 8-1 --hineth pae8oldoao1Ve r 1ao. *)doth

8-Courn PL.e A. Mena 108 -Laseoul congtende 3- 18.ynOneatiord gee for dAtoteefeeo.ote .00-the s 5o *d)Wa lt t

--0" A M. Ag. Sm10 -MRame lobts e1 but thse tre wl lon e N last me | O T t Irn S" a
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dth Race 'N- Imported 4El Fg.lPre: $06.00 Pool closes: 1:5 tter alltrar 0o ro --hr del DM f l(8ab I
SSecond Race of the Double 1 Meo nat D t .ttht h eie ves
d1--aElet . l Gil 10 --Nothd ring foot 4 e ie rge wi r ar e o I d he I
3-L.r .odio H0. Reyes 110 -ees ftaier ctld help 5-1 w nmber ll, oe scold daterhtth i P al n. WE hirs of mn a
uNc n BJ. Agul. 116 -4 ore at bead cdr e Even p tad 1 ti he hop ad ltri fa ther .a loot ..of. _hnthe_ . . ob cfialo O DO o -

-Pitn J. Reyes 1. -R2-Iol aeorie gton1 3-1 - -of lf O e eaitc thea ad Wth .on ba 1 n a uray e. No ,a .-"
3w e m o..P :,000 Pr c es :EWE6 ,
a-Poalr A. Roas. 110 -Raes titer ocey 3-1 To ate at oight ay T kealld la ee a bout M di ath i
-- a no H. Reyes 105 Rotugd enom ugh 1-1 ne tel i V t t

8th uaco "". a Ir ted J. Fa P m: -al ,d Pool closes: o:t 5 ot n Io a bou t one e hhad Bn n bck ohea reutrned -re at e t r e as weall lsa. ",with.nr
1--lao .ld hllNati. 101 -Wotinu eto form p1 do- f o it th e 4uaa wf oa o raod Mohn ragisalle s ear,.0opt aaroe a "
--,luoaol A. can.a 115-0ees good dsthance 3-1 omndke a 0o-e b8. cll Insd d o" a daf) hood on Bth thD O ri'ch e. e
3--Courit P.. Bana 101 --Danerns eolar 8-1 Oaelfh whooked and f th rtreleasred 2'theyrn I toog.-h ll-- 3daher ew clacke

4-LA. M ar A. Yna.o 106 --nsed bettr oke yot 4-1 oau th akont awe eight men h were a-- tae on e sranoda Nl

8-Dao Teli K. Flores 113 -DReturns Ir ood haeoe 5-1 When you hav e anth retmry elnak off mane th wid htw ar,-.l I knew _
gt-See-- ra vr around the ehook. aTsen go can i. cais nonhe By. But- rt CaAcwob5,0 A de = L
3th Race "D" Imported 6% Fis.Puri*e: S$5.00 Pool closes: 5:15 Carmin tere are nort many barestist t ca.rnsa -eDea ft r PbMal tor o Cr'
First Raceof the Double: pla e to sleep meals a ndc bar, eeo fres .wat.er, g.so lne, diesewlhe tldeU Vuleand je* Jk I

M et A taa i ot are S. a ed me.. er a o.ad
-L Moon K. Flores 110 -R-Dibstance to lking 2-1 other serves. ..,
-aideu A. Vas. 113--Returns Ingod shape 4-1 ome time o we remarked how nice It would e when
--rfWl Fox F. ReyHdal. 10 -Ran weeks upset time 5-1 a sma boat coud fish th Area. Well, the first of many
_--c- r eu B. Agui. 118 -Horse to bea here Even has made the trip. For n-ln days the8 f et Carolite fis ed lth woa**
-Pn en A. eyes R. 112x-sCould before acn 5 -1 being vied from the hoeoat an,
S.r11-Harteto catching s ots of sailfTh aned others, they came a w
7th eaCe "H" Imported 6. FrsPurse: $4.00 Pool closes: 4:05 ,ice- o marlin

.am L. Gil. 11 oo nice fish while fishing with her on e a J e
-r ble o 1-oo early tFor a while it looked like th bout was mismatched e e
3-Polvorazo Mena R. 109x--Not in this field 8-1 struggle he landed a 101 pound- tarpon on 36-p t"s i. I a
4-F. A. N. K. Flares 112 -Ran well In debut 2-1 The Iates have been ope at tun and the fishing should
5--E. Magc B. Auid. 110 -Improved this time 4-1 pick up. Several fair sise snook have been taken at thaoaP*hl BY JOE ITN
6-Maimo .K. Phllips o 05--Would pay fat odds 20-1 The tarpon are still In the river and, you can s d yt Dog Edter
-(Coroneno A. Veas. 112 I winning font 31 number of strikes after work.
8-(5. Domino H. Reyes 115 --Could hel entrymate 3=1 -- l ,i'-"- .gtAVE yr ever' haeds vix
Didn't realize that so mh people were itaes n perch ors with a knife?"
th Race "B" Native 67 gs.Purse: $3560,0 Pool closes: 4:40 or blue gill fh.. Have ad any nmber of abo ere ell ath
QUINIELA to go ynd, whatlas more. hoW. they '1n- daught.L..J. luncheon companion as an auto-
1-fWell, any place aound the.bank of at Lake hd a plenty d itive nBneer 'AD for
2--Potale Vhals. 11 5-Ratesto t e S-1 on fish. The way we ct t ck with .doii.balls. eMs a compet;..e

-Ocean tar L. Giral. 18 --etter ie time out Fn inch wde and four Inches ol.Da the Strin
4-lack GMold MenA R. 109x-Muot In best form 10-1b and wait until they come oe the elseto! f.o Thn1sh Ni' staws
6--Dan Tem P K. Flores 113-Return in good sha c aone.upe -1 when a ve t he m dry l e of tewith wild hlav. I ne
around the hook. Then gt tn aind eateh rtatmabe .. here tutbeN Roya lto
th Rae "D' Imported 6,IS M.Pvrse: 810".09 Pool closes: Z:15 Carminewe A remi t Jthe irst club .vea alo anybar
ONEstoTWOebuthew le es meupsan.icr, to renroll hm. bundant. The bears wee"s s,
l--L. Mafrnta .. Bravo 113 --Was never better 4-1 from the Alibi. .lhe u sad. vand
2-Lexden B. Agul. 115 -HRates beat oh formenhmd etpF0
4--Welsh Fox F. Hidal. 106 --Ran well lst time 5-1 _,Weatrbensrv.erotehoseiandttAdit-
~~toteBarge A. Gonfa. 100x--Nesd btner, rider 10-1 "ym itrsae. d
iE h m e Phillips 107 --D1n3:ovearely s sho rt 8-1 F l"I'ol-tg"a m Inah 1n p10rs, each w '
2 -T Prince A. Ycaza 1120-Debut was reveal ln8 2-= I s"tw g e Isaby iiera but ayterT lts a
4-o K. Flores 115 --HRas w el finisde s-i e a ve na t d h l.o

Wou ldp. Hfdaa. 105 -W d pa odds o0-1 T hetarpoetesaili t r a n
ro n L. Viral. 118 12- etnw inni good shape 2-1= "" "....

8-(S. on o A. Ycaza 114 -C-hould hel off last 1-2) --a31 a-H V
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In an Iourmlong Owtn oan vie- time Somebd says, "Why don't time--and also is in our Ameri-
Of 5 B~~eagon aMi pak whem you tofns out to club and play can pros'. '"Turus meii Evear y
6 shrMelsind Ob mon gr round wit mvi think of Thursday" clique.
he smy.I a naval rng er- Frank Strafal. Pate seems to have taken a lk.-
n. .Frank Is a fine amateur folfet g to the Texas members of the
w 17. .. out of New Yoek-be fi as to be touring set. This ilds up to somd
With A pce of twistd stee about well up in the Unted s rates Ama- of th reirdest langusse accents
St -inches by e Inch, and tur--Dut be Just IS't the type of thee ears have heard.
wa.ab 'ow br fell I2nato a guy you wnt lpvifte to your His conversadta starts off on
Rty" 18 ahe? course, spICeA -if yeou have any an Australian plane, shifts into
Wi mT slappe ms- liking for the ple. ., high with some Ptadilly Circus
tez cet. Che te Al Doyi, by law 'I don't mean ayaBng against slang and then really goes hay-
d th ftFrank, Voirs. me's great wir with a bateh of "pabdnuhs"
ta atl AMCellow th wamay he put t and "you $als" as lcing.
over S9t AR :et almost. every course he hits beru Tread JamPes passes along
ae t th ies at bothers o s t a pretty good yprm about the
bt a mind Strafael has won the Metropoli rough.
sho "a plan tan New York title sl times on "Golfers today don't know what
his, Way t.9 a NIsdoal Amateur the rough is," says Golf Architect
*' MISS ChadwiCk'S navigator. berth. And uCb Of the codrses he Jone.
*URO CIO He| goes^B^0 COR O' tFriKweBank Seftorn. ptenrtb the IA- won his you tMle over either cls- Ie goes on to prove it with the
aitden but t.le swimmer ed completely at soM 'out to an- story abodt Jock Hutchinson's
Name G FT WF TIP who.bsc has tie unglh other grda. woes in thle 190 Open.
ilI S 4g be con- Around hsUtY Long land. Seems Jock drove into a bit of
out the aesfi. Interests. holes and h e and his caddy went
liso ; iscerusd taWY talS You ireinad and point bnee-high rough on one of the.
14 Diedue to Msee t sosm rousee" looking for the ball. The camdy
".,.% 4.1 to ne~nsay m~ts wm t
A iouierinhe wliom the y1 say. 'ht' wo Ste hldroped the bag to help In the
is bot~w Vitoriafuel had a bluet three YOar a- bRUnS
-I .d urt I e. IWi, early gano." After a bit of looking, Jock die-
TeI47 t 1 ,Meatphhqsa.m. Aresinil me tesr tral cidid he and his caddy had bet-
yo* he" a n*d a"___ ___ Aet about the tr forget about the looking, re-
ari* ** *m lubgsst tbe boysr hamea member to eroll i a mail order
Sam Bne4d, for lastance, has a detective school and play a new
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fast as it rolls offet the press is to sy th y wrote half the couhap- 20,000 Indians saving on the Sa diagraLins. The Colnmhs the kitchen
tten for every adult and col ters, and collaborated in the prep Bas islands o h as coa selom seen so w ma

student. Even teenager won't arati of all tae others but t plety arises no;t confusion, but c "tii se t n ar one so a Republic, th
fr 1mda prettyrS BiasPre mother understanding. causes ofthappinessan b--.**oIby

71iook s un rqeay bout the IoerSgroe'mbabeA" Th y m epait onl y t eimg -' m g ..-----^s^A'
B. San Bia's about everybody, as ed a texbook but it isemeglacierthe m ainland. One ay wt how rthey ago that wasn't consI ateapitirPa fl I
i. "Modern Solety, indie l. T ath rst d n originated and developed In b b our spectable."
S eh e eniety, and what pro ha ..e.t"The influence of Pl "-bo-

s Ear lise ofsak In e oithn appeared in WK.Kel been made toward finding as- in our culture is

ofowr the study of the na I I "e.,.o.he,. "But Is was out 6f such an t e ihi ch h as et
owth and functions hold up at then reader to. the ast lated culture e t tohem. They have not de- works good fntor-indts 91"14 Saeutt he mbind
tures,- pace they've set. mentor the problem coftnt f centuries, as anklatheir opening state- that '.cqusition anolk drlOoowIth the a^rt-
I-o. jet-atooks age. Eng people of thiHes o deslows: ered the ear'Our primary aim in writ success is not only acceptable but craft pr include tent Mam
Smost pt the have b and t considerabmplexity. amaet ertain basic unde standings that ty; and teelohat thrift and are blsoteer
itten either for artist, the the Commentator has examined a r person must possess if he is to moral virtues.I a uctor wS0dmu -i
gslant is ao te pri ofte hea book entitled 'Modern a e proh lets aed u the ao t asnhe s problems "The finasection It
luSi-r or the stkn oprimiti tyu r which John Bles anz.direo modern society rationally and Is devoted to gvf il
e ltor of social science at oWayne U onstructively.' dkeh Athe nuqtenc ox
he new volume which booked university, and his wife, M "For contrast, they stat With at- time- contains a at
'a and schools are snapping ia reresponsible. That is description of the culture oft, the torkos-totogora t,
aseths 'vi e snt lls t al pr u. tora n th y wrote half the cha- isa d od Indians livn ing on the Saj a grr. TaheC orn ASt al

B las tl thi book r be Ae prlet als snd ithe Cra lr o. the-lter m 11 1n I--
Itten for every adult and col- ters, and collaborated Thiin the fprep- Biaseslands off the eas ta t seldom seen t oath t s an m *, has arw ta. m dil o
Mosudent Evenr teenagers won't aratie.. of all the others but two. Panaa n miutie pe tlv ora atise u nor one so "Qt o.
t t reading. Th of Pe publisher is Prenti ce a- Ha. de triva law ano d as Iolly n i e o te
-bookisn't real ely ab ouhe to r social sine can much affected by custom'lson'thie AoeDis on .
S It's about everybody, as ed a tebook a but it is mrei a SMainland. Ont e they wanderhowi dt
"Modern Society,"o s a n di- that. The authors de describe. i ht as longthes e Cuna will bte o tble t0-; o ra"smo h ,ido
Sto hep 'an introduction to social sciensce.t' resist the.b incursion of i otr-oArphle- ,0 .. .
authors ad acmies. te Commentator aguessesn thtrla in. Surely the day is not dist ent o
Mavis Blesp o ohaver u edth benefit when they will learn that alldsr hV ofr b & bgn 4l- Toee
eurncutu. ofe t hvnge h fro m at than students in c ollegecos have another purpose u -at"enolkiee a o oklkno "l han a u l
Cia Indians of Panamasa coqrsys a te n biology,. But t i t-is etal- en main g of necklac n 71 .gop ni at.. 1-ertlli ll" h
for the study of the bns- so desghed to open the sA* d of "eut Is was outo belasuch anIswlo 34lefl hlb m & hetarat.
lgowth and functions eof ndth- Th e athal rea der tothe Vt asn ted culture nthatit. Ihe co s e ? ai. and o ru hgop at
ures, including that e xn oue mform s* to ont of centuries, as mankiud of cthena i ionhetoriho r
vion s jet-ltomi ouagN.tin opla ofothis de Acye arth, amily, =a& h .oe threan r IinsperaU sl e pl 0aste
Spans Is associate Rteofesbor utfor have athp "Some aspects of a culture a" two other rmore division apar e f=1evn -o
s .lo and snthrof logy at job prel h s pore hople tabll to changa.,tha rHdor1
t University, Detrofl t, Mic h e box o re se thet is se y the i a ui nat d.. S w t."eSe n'o i"r"
APn are comparative
b" andhins wifeP a os- e tt accept the pew-"h "- ..en
many friends-and ostimul1 '1tinB10r'es"lsoon'e,
-rretthe time they "eproduted material thtrings; butw4e
here. Starting in 1946, Bie- are far less interested lb hi s ac-i--.agelrocks!$- + w
a: as a visiting professor of inventions. In fact, we rve-seI st a )w been by afrom.
at th, Natnal Universi- changing our beliefs and institu- bf -Co. ..
-wife E at the lions to make them fit our ,tec-.
hey rteeturned tothe ."They say: 'hev.reIs nowdot t designs and methods e stl
145- 50l39 155.5dUn&appara..eled polT
sn .rte relatioms,Inter- tir geat sare of the mater ial boyRs -. ..+
g: t Panamanai s and A- -e things of life. But does thisbfacteeNausdstdWb).hasdgan '"a'.t..b a
Panama's 'social clams o pravy their biological and perma- He pn en traps ith
thebeen published. It is.t recently achieved and probe ti 104-55f-
on bothsides to the ably temporary superiority.' 4 reommendedtoED.In
sb acte of the mater- people resist socialization,' defin- is a meesaow IPJ- PeF Mira
ached. But the De- human animal is transformed into 4 mofU 1.'A -.'. i
term'tdeeiwhehewra'b 'o"et " ....ASM night e-.extended it with the
sh treibcaseitinterfereswbwithithr
mudestointuake an im- Ithent asu lerir t in east.1 .n of- A rm ored.P i. been mu aod e rft boyas .tro.cfiber r. e.,. ---, .:w.l.,a,
.u.lytc.study.. .i vBecbu nt is e aa b le ., .. .. .. .. .- .-.... g r.ntinP ierreat.
result from their forth. well-known concert pianist who what most people want to do and soon.uts have been the basicntIl March 31, 155 to -rem s1 ides. of the l q q.e chamber steering
on "People of Pans.- hasJaereturned from a worldej what society would have them FORT HOOD, Tex. -(UP)-The materials for other. products throu-gh his economic rocOV_"7 oduld mount the roatninii, -to i.
he Canal Zone' scthdul- tour ww give a single concertdo."outArorditon. hic su b t. bd-fortplan.-O .us'iO.the"--oMi.-u .y,4St@.an, Droun-PjIrjShAe mb a:
b--lct-o next springy ..Thursad yatthe National Thea-1 'mericans.' they say, d make history duringWorld native Straw hats, and string Fin.ance Minister.Uwfl ,- ,e
to frhe h isacbenasts efu in e s p m ildlre closed to wom en; but -list of United Stales 11*111* units. out handsome e ba gs, with co ."nter %wi t go -ore the A sY roo s of t p h a
controversyfisnwori ragig bon nut shellebases.and fabricdemanda v_.,ote ofgr co...drf p hU bJ -.
on of its manuscriptIncoi ade- The unit had been dormant since At Balboa, under te dir t or reco ould mowune-grower s1'U.
moment -though, beeis Beethoven, Brahms, Albeniz. quate Job of preparing women for returning from niope in April, of Mr David Bishop, &a bi-If aseipTd*c5e
Reports rdm hisublish- Chopin and Bartok, a at o n g their inescapable role in the home. 1n1916. Brig. Gen. ioftr K. Water ring' cisrcw htssbee a atiorta.d the vote It wilt take e; Mendes-Fance -t... the As-Obs
lea of "oen voters. As one college graduate put it, she head the reactivated division. project for both boys and iTtesdaymorning.py
big advane hoee s She ha en hr tNewUlearneedincleehowt be sue-IWater said the addition of the sbuit -onto a.table. It hos a pro- the assembly torbe& late io n of lwitt UM am-

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and coa l in&atif. M of thatii ha.e adetPe d Ita614
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wow. FISNUMAN'S lARADIB ..- 'With the Rey Island Club barge ABOARD VSE MICE The. bar is a renw 'ro- fale olalpe wetpf
as ldfsing round, the mahihm fisherman can askfaorno b the satisftd flherman may find that the specialty is 1aetM.31rWw w mfl Z. t.a.We
y belonged to ld rench Cdmpany is now a luxurious thing either to consolee him or pick him up. The Rey Ws
afber flashing time. 7%is on the mainmdeckuIn a larget-
encouraging -fhlab stories" that in Panama are Cools? coistS of a spirit-warmer served in a cocaoat bqb7 '-A0
---faney "l- 0pltaS'-. and the barge has even a mall
asssahsogh the drtrafon of fbeePan- a*'*hartSThetbrWe'
sa~ dllrlo Ikexand'lzh .t The bal prtesmenrtes . ....

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