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The Panama American
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 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: AA00010883:00749
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map locates 4W00-mle path o
four U.S. Air Force F-84
Thundoerjets whtcbh treated
non-stop fh Tok o o1Mew-
castle, Aust.al.a, In 12 hOurs
and os miut erefaetftrom
aerial tankers en route. Long-
est flight ever made by sngle
engine Joet, It was completed
at a rough average speed of
400 miles per hour. _

Sounding Brass

Becomes USAF's

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e Craacks Down

On Army Officers

I&*N;, Indhaf May U1
--( Dsrilem toda orded, tae.
awt' of fe, remleeo Army of-
es e charge of htih trela-
sfn,.a effeee pIdiable by.
T were:
.guyen Van V, inspee-
tor gekOral of the army and oyi
lI poa r of Zperdor Bao Dal
who e nunasu flly to take
over oe war during Diem's
fight to oust rebels fDom Saigon.
Gen. Wguyen Phudng Thaph
0o the cao Dal religious sect, one
of the three relIglou~kpolltical
groups that has chalenged his
SOa. Le Van Vien, one of the
leaders of the Blah Xuyen, a
gangt of fprer river pirates who
o eats controlled Saigon po-
te and ,reeentl fought bloody
but- eivU war with the gov
CrU-av Van TuMB, former
cc mtaner .f, sao, Dal's mpev
rlal g.ard wbo resisted Diem's
demands he Jn the fight a-
gainst the insj'ents.
A commmlue Issued this
MlOrblfl "by thin 4Miitry of Na.
ti nalr n said the four of-
flee be aalied-when

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XVyen seat, which was thrown
out of BgM In bloody fighting
early tt% month, have threat-
ene to cutoff aalgon and it'
Chinme twin city of colon
from the ret of the country
next Wednesday.
"Not a grain of rice will enter
the city from that day on," a
Blah Xuyen pamphlet which ap-
peared here today declared.
The government gaftee d.
naval units and ground roop s
in the Lung Xuyen and -Can
The region In the southern
Mekeng river estuary for a.
finish fight against dissent
Ha. Hao troops of 31-year-old
Gen. Ba Cut.

Seaman Headed.
To States After
CZ Freeloading
An American oiler off a Chile-
an vessel who had been enjoy.
ing the sights of Panami as t
guest of unwilling guest
drivers and others will be
on a MWami plane tOday.
John Ordway Weblter, Jr.,
31, who was bor n Illnois an
lives In California,. will have a
one-way tket oS.
is s thePanltao, has let,
for re s in osta Ria.
For w ."a

SHe wasnce t hi

Indian ourcis

Say It Will Be i

Within Days .

NEW DELHI, May 21 UP) High Indian so
said today direct folks between Communist Chifa ao
United States on the Far Eottern crisis were epectB
take place within 60 days.
The government refuse official comment, but
sources said India and Red China decided to seek a
tion to the dispute within two' months as result of a
sador V. K. Krithhd Menon's rip to Peiping.
Krishna Menon left Peip g for home today wi
China's answesto t sthe questims of a Formosa Ca
and the release of American fliers jailed by thi
Reliable msurces said rime Minister Jw9 I
Nehru had received the gist oathe talks between
Menon and the Red leaders ard that it was li
Melaon would now go to LondOn to confer with
sister Anthony Eden.
Qovernpent sources said t India. the Soviet
ws Dosle Krishna Menon Britain all have
o .. make yet another tip to I|date -Iiy
w, to heIe a Wash a n a
ni t- stins. IKrishna Men

l with WaM liton, It was
aewa s to

do's air force is
r better han
saeged statements by
B n. Woodbury M. Burgess,
chief of the Conti-
AirDefense command,
contrdied contrary
ace by rdent: 'len-

ian B. wnng, Air
of staff, told news-
ray the remarks at-
to Burgeps wqre "not
Sand yvre texaggerat-
was vshed here
to suue his own denial
to eto appropriations" sub-
ftect of the "reminder"]
a tgr o where
J Tona 8 Poer, com.

S prepared
on rtpsan as power.
botf Po"we's sched-
befoeNew Eng-
ol, an ad *de cor-
the p eae tt al-
r er p t Pow-
']aw'dt of "the
adva be copies
o R et bombers
a r able" to U8.S
r than "similar" as
teXt. I.
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CZ Women To

Accounts Of
' .

Eye-witness accounts of the
May. atomic test at Las Vegas,
Nevada, and special reports on
atomic age facts all residents
should know will be presented
to the women of the Canal Zone
on hqrsday, June 2, at. a.gath-
k*m set for p.m. at the al.
boa Theater, It was announced
yesterday by Canal Zone Civil
Defense Chief W. G. Dolan.
Arranged especially for house-
wives, the June I meeting is to
be conducted at a Volunteer
Warden Service Congress under,
the sponsorship of the Canal
Zone Government Civil Defense
Program and the. Panama Area
Armed Forces Disaster Control
Program. Dolan Uged all wom-
en from the civilian and mill-
t etry cOA cities of the Zone to
att~edand sted that transpor-
o provided from the
oa R rStation to the:
thatr for all th trave to
the ongr M byt from the
Atlantic "ide Of .t IsthuLs.
X. L. Doftevan, Q1 Defense
Director for t1h Canal Zone
Government, wlbserve as chair-
man for the pr am which will,
highlight eye-wiflesr accounts
of the recent Neada atomic test

t and autbortius. u

Hear On-Spot

Atomic Tests
by Civil Defense Chief Dolan and '
Major J. R. Cramer, Disaster
Control Officer, Caribbean Com-
mand. Both speakers recently Ratf
returned to the Canal Zone aft-
er attending severI Civil De-
fense gatherings in the United
States and witnessing the May 5
atomic test. I
Mrs. W. R. Malone, Volunteer 1
Representative for the Canal
Zone Government Civil Defense BUNO.0 AIRES, May 21 (UP)
Program, will report at the -Leadertsof the Roman Catho-
meeting on "Housewife Obliga- lie Chuich -i Argentina were
tons in the Atomic Age" and believed today to have become
Mrs. R. M. Grower, Volunteer reconcile to the loss of their
Representative for tht Panama church's ffcial status in this
Area Armed Forces Disaster country as Inevitable.
Control Program, will speak on The recent statements of two
Teamwork in Saving Lives." ranking prelates were seen as
The Congress also will feature confirming this belief: Cordoba
an Army Band. Father John D. Archbishop Mgr. Fermin La-
Rutledge, C.M., is to deliver the fitte's aniounpement that cath-
invocation and Colonel W. J. olics could support the politician
Reiss, Caribbean Com mand and economic separation of
Chaplain, the benediction, church and state, but not their
Dolan stated that Luls C. En- moral or tot41 separation, was
dars of the Civil Defense Pro- of-them:
gram in the Republic of Panama The other was the statement
has been notified of the forth- of Mgr. Roberto Tavella, arch-
coming meeting and invited to bishop of Salta, that he had told
be present along with a group the Catlolic Action organization
of women representatives from to start collecting funds for the
Panama. support df the church, in viewI

Bind Methodist Minister Threatened

During Anti-Vice Crusade In Savannah

SAVANNAH. Ga., May 21 (UP)
-A blind Methodist minister,
who AA. csnaded a st alleg-
ed iad min la in sport,
a. y toay three aoymous
LW.Uve threatened hbp but
be vowed to tell m abut lo-
cat mios fmge his pulpit.
ThRBev. Willams MarryMoorei
-year-old t of the Alders-
ats Methodt Church, sad that
ran b li he wmmld, ask the
%grand nntbmU6 d the
sinW J.Mamtma a& in-6
O and be placeM ndr* "a-rta

had received three threatening
telephone calls.
One of the callers, he said,
warned "You had better, lay off
or you will come up missing."
Another threatened that "You
are going to get hu," nsaid.
Moore's crusade began in Feb-
ruary when hb WM named as
one of the member of a com-
mittee the Sa Protestant
infstern AssN. p ted to
ok Into viatt of the city
and county's blue. awL
Following the committee's
findings, the city ordered all
groceries be closed from 10 a.m.
Sunday until Mnda morning
but Moore said only about 40
per cent of the eaSMashmuntt.s
arecomplyin wMith4 order.
V _B-tie ensar

eI M..-wbk -. all
More t | blin.eg ae-
baldi khe w of at leant

And he said "there is more 1l-
licit liquor sold in Chatham
County than there is legal 11-
Local authorities last Sunday
halted sale of alcoholic drinks
at Savainahl Beach following a
ommen Hn from the Chat-
ham Countygrand jury.
F. Alit t, foreman of
th said he also had
re re eraanonymous tel-
epOne lli" advising him to
s w following the Savan-
hehimnot .
a ah n
M rde ud "pubIle apathy"
to thae *itits b scandalouss
and .Nmfttmg to the decent,
Down 4tag east, Dr. Charles
H. lew. of historic Christ
Chu sopald, was shot to
h room in 1938
Whie r nu a sermon after
he eruading at
vieef A Island, p well
spot. /
ce3vn and

YCLNE captured the lpteres this ougate at the FortClaytonw
ied Forces y Open use yesterday. ,
-(Offlea P. S. Army photo)

olu Church In Argentina

iled To Loss Of Status

emptin oon church properties, should continue to be invited
and of official educational sub- to cial eremonies, along
sidle t with government officials, for-
r:en diplomats, etc.
Oher prelates, as well as lax1 69 itfi. part, the Peron gov-
Catholic Action leaders, admit ernment insisted that any final
privately that there Is little dcig on on the issue must come
they can do to prevent adep- from the voters in a national
Lion of a Constitutional a- plebiscite, to decide whether the
amendment proposed by the constitution should remain as 1
Peron government to end the stands or be amended to prb-
church' official and privileged vide for separation of rch
status, and state, or as President Peron
said in his May Day speech,
Meanwhile, official.. newspa- whether the church should have
pers continued to stress reports to go altogether.
that the Catholic clergy was en- There seemed to. be. little
gaged in anti-government ac- doubt that the'plebiscite will
tivities, including disrespectful show a strong majority fto
references to president Peron, church-state separation.
holding unauthorized religious The polling must be he o80
processions, distributing sub- days after congress appr the
versive mimeographed pam- bill calling for election a con-
phlets, etc. stituent assembly.
Passage of the bi was assur-
The same newspapers publish- ed, not only becauW of the large
ed columns'of messages in supa Peronist majotf but also be-
port of church-state separation, cause the Rgdlol Party, which
fro labor unions, professional holds a esalir lnority in the.
associations and local Peronist chamber, has always been anti-
groups. clerical.

While there was no .formal
explanation of what Mgr, La-
fltte meant when he said Cath-
olins could not accept the mor-4'
al ccr total. separation $t
church and state, it was ,We-
sumed, that he melo the
hureh would like to r its
t status in th Argen-
ine armed fore,that the
president of te republic
should always a Catholic

New f icers
Of .al 907
To e Installed

O -CIO, will be lusted to-
morrow night at the CasM del
Periodista by Chief Justiee Jot
M. V*Mues Dia of the Paam&
5 ~e Court.
'1Installatlpm, which wml
Mad by effcate &


.bW Nh,.ru on the premier's
Visit to Moscow next month.



One Too Many
Mrs. Sarah Stiltner told the ju e
she didn't mind paying for pa -
ing tickets when she had bro
the law. So she paid for two t
balked at the third.
The. ones she paid for were for
overnight parking of two ca in
front of her house. But-a tick fort
parking her ear in front of
driveway was another matte.
In te first lace, said Mrs.
Stiltaer, she dadat park in font of
a driveway. Somebody must hape
pushed her ecar there.
Secondly, it was in front of her
oww driuway and if she didn't ob-
jec, she didn't believe the police
ity judge, Anthony J. Favino
dismissed soe summons.

the U.g. and Red Chi14d
Far Easterh crisis was
within 60 days.
A report from U. A
sador John 8bemnad
was expected when r
Menon etuhred home.
Before leaving Peipinf fo
Delhi, the Communst ew
News Agency quoted Mei
saying his talks
"very useful"r
look forward hpe/

rect talks between i
Peiping were
two months, but
in New Delhi sed
ment on the report.
Before Menon left for Pe
Cooper rjllyed word -
Ua w be very V!
estes In an g dde
f; ftn.,I mison.

New Case ins

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Judge 'T Us
Judi |s The Public ealt lL
l a TA ted today that a new e
ts in a child oculate
f u_:._.., vaccine has brought (
GeTA HairCUt total of such cases
-' MINNEAPOLIS (UP)-Bruno New ease was
V. Berg was told either to get a where a c ee do
haircut or quit driving, lio after being
Berg was arrested after officers enle from thOe Ui
saw hs ear swerving from one side napolis. It brou
of the street to the other. When gila total to:tre
the arresting officers pulled up cases the vaccine6W
alongside hia ear, they saw Berg Lilly.
in te driver's seat combing his Of the national toa
hair with both hands while his cases 59 involved vuel
wife held the steering wheel. the Cutter Laboraterici
Berg told to traffic court judge Calif.; 15 by Lll,
his hair kept falling in his eyes. Wyeth Laboratories,
Judge Tom Berln told him to Seventy of the 7 eai
get a crew cut and fined him $25. alytic.

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a time
mthe t.eon

Europe, and for nothing Whi a
n From tme time there iM i ^
Iothma quit. dt Ot from that a
fonaoti ncrir apart yet 1ag1i n n

1 ru.M g s have treated of. t ai
blessings United. States oltina on the Can : e
were. uppedlly awarded by a bunch of fole i n
a ooIppl ritm1 d Jefferson alMd Frankflp. ; r-,tl 9n
the early Fsthmian Canal Commoiloe. AIle6 i 4e
but they seemed plenty aware of Oianit.d& 'op_ ,s.
Probably down hera with the Frendh- pW i SS a
was tampering Wih the top0 N,
And theo neral effect of the it ngof J.foer.
ont ad _Pr~Iin and the other follow es ed be
construed to stats that a United 9tato' citizer le eMtlod
to have a houseon.whioh he could owe his own m,
natead of letting John S. e8ybold having aII thoe of
that facet of the American Way of Life,. -
Also he wanted a house in which "he could exerosoe
any man',s ocial and community resp0lb lity .to b~oat
his wif Into Insensibillty f time to timo, just to see
whether she ,made any more sense that way than when
walking around chattering. What concern does the Quarter.
master have to question this age-test6d American rite?

Then theio':all that other non-Constitutional iff,
about having Company.ru Qommissaries and clubhouses
with a monopoly on gouling the customers Instead of
lke it is under good prlvitI onterpri, d whor~ anyone
can goet out tih old ihb1 lto new cathedral doors in the
customer'sa illfold, ,
And there's that grlpe about there being irirtually only
One outfit to work for "- the Painama O .nal.
I After ginggLood o heartfelt and Weflmant
thatritions as to how bestto dispose of hie mitre gates,
rising stem valves and sundry fragments of equipment,
such as the Mirafores Bridge In rotation, an empoyo is
finds himself with about a month in which to gM off the
Canal Zones leaving nothing behind but the 2per cent
The gist of these gripe is, if I, interpret it within a
reasonable margin of orrdr, that a guy doesn't have a
chance to do what he likes down here, that the Panama
Canal is the be all and end all of everything. eeplng
socialism, I thmk they call It, or i.it.at youngi.i4
untitled hinds on a frst 4ate? Never koae li boov id
at these teohnlcal term. -

*t5 Mt i plant of aspect of a
here In the Canal 2one In whieh ydu amn drlf -i ',
with nothing but the blanket endo~*met of

SFor instanoa~f you want to leave your wife t a Wifl.
deserved pennll '.fate, just geot yourself bowled eveM by
a Jalopy which d undergone some re reductise of
force in the brakes division,
There might be some claim against yr" etat If
any, for you littering the highway with the body ~.-
trary to the basura laws, but seems there need bo nqg ar
at atl of your widow getting anything to ward off melnu.
triton. p
Yep, they btl ni that In the Canal' Zone a nyotne wfo
can whip his car into goo enough shape not to dro'Jthe
orankoase right out the bottom dead in front of the p.' ee
statlew, can scoot around l0 any mechanized version ofQId
Father Thoe's celeI$rated scythe without a nickePls ir h
of Insuraiooe as protection for anyone hafmburgered i6V the
midst of the galety, .

There might be a chance to sue some shredded pe-
destrian's estate again lor damages to the Jalopy, and
that's a smart.way to go no* fanbelt; .."
Or to roepar -grjTle. slightly Impaired by the ipint
of a human faC .o.
out it is perfectly OK to barge around Zone ljh-
,ways carombing off other people's autol with all .t. an-
fettered frolic o football linemen qtrly meam prawe.
The guilty drIver -ih4 t get h1hsel1 eiettedt. 4f
Camboa wing bee and gbologlcal sIooiety, .but how iea
that help Iome widow pay the groceries for a kAh of kids
In a family suddenly short of a breadwinner fkr none of
father's fault?

uellss It's wildlyeds Now Dealism 'to ouest It be
made compulsory that all drivers, before they t a OCsal
Zone Iicense 6r plates be required to .show Ildeno6 .of
adequate Insurance to.reoowpense folk *whoiay boeeoi
their unfortunate partners in some' Highway Mq*bo.
Guess it is-altogether out of stop t su arithat nea
motorist shouldn't be able to put another giq into eor-
gas for a few months without having to p6k' up seome
part of the tab
I mean, these are the freedoms we. .pjoy. Qutp
frankly I can't ao for a minute what so many.people as
complaining about Canal interference and unlpenw
Gosh, go streakjng down the road iamd1e T
oltizen, and you donWn have. .t o ".f th 1
or to his heirs and fue. Ju toll ie ...
happened. ,-... .
Mind you, there au limits. There have lobe. 1Th
whole thing coutd ge. too eseriou and trepm lb Ii
itotr lf left unchecked. So the Canalhat2
.0 nesoary urbs, .
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at e. eino. : tea oona No birdn om to b ier s o iSiAfio; The P-atti- m o
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em th adnstruae ted Experienre
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Net b ,that but the nt Next nest she bu net may have
as ow bits of whiter been Fiction -tter conc Once in Aealed, o that, Bar-
pill it" aat was left of the todidne Tall Dark M't, -
learn, then she could nqt re-
*Thb $1 ItIftibt Ihvered be- lrpdu, 'sand pass on to her off-
dor-terald' t erli Fimaller uNewHmer's est eaveng her faulty instinct for
nd dftl plucked fro its bo- ldin a nest tdo much in these son; and Goodbye, my La
Stomn severwa.streds of the soft open. ermiutr Street.
bark fiber m o bleh it had been ela- sceh a way does nature
=but. TheAn ,e flew off to he aiue thlehat only- the strongest
,om te ritoy with her loot. individuals of a species survive
b to carry on the characteristics
'Nester $Atcks that easble that species to hold
it- place in a world of struggle
We knew is.not unusual fru and competition. ce
birds t of ich other of nest-
ing materials, but unusual here xt net she 'built may have
was that tha smaller birds did
not seem Fq notice that her
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* 'lTreur Willis dan A'* -
Sas Ambassador in 1950 he found
.io Am-'rican women there be.
cause it was thought to be to
d, ficult and unusual a place to
BUT he requested three capable
gals, and as it turned out, they
got alone fine. "An office is much
more bhalanced and efficient wits
Some he comments. "And you
know, they are not as fragile as
people a ay. A woman is a very
resourceful neing."
Hare thinks ladies to especial.
ly well in certain lines of work.
'They quile naturally establisL
rapport with the distaff side of
in eign cour.tries. We find them
Pbpeclaly able in fieldss of educae
t on anI sociology, and in under
standing and interpreting the
cultures of other peoples. '
Gals hav. its over me in
nandling the .n1 ehanical end ,f
things. according to Hare. "For
some reason they seem to be
more precise It's almost like
keeping house.'
File rooms, he feels are the
at;hina M30lUwe heart of the organization since
a certain amount of must ma
WASHINGTON, (NEA( Al- trial hus tn go through the mill.
though State Department officials 'Although it is important to
.have oot written a policy state- tress 'he increase of women in
Mnt on the subject, they are the officer corps," says Hare
irmly eonylnced wom are es- -"we must not overlook the value
gratial to keep the U.S. Foreign .hle contribution of some 2000
arvice in smooth running or &omen wh. serve abroad in
4ar. c lricas capacity."
Evidence of this lies in the Marriage is the biggest ob
A4ct that 2167 women, f r o n r tackle confronting women wh 'e
Wlerical help to ambassadors, are vant to make a career in the
walting abroad in foreign serv- Foreign Service. In most cases.
jt positions The men admit tl re points out, the two just
tire's nothing like a gal tn don't milx. An FSO must be able
spark an o,.'mreas cptiat1un. She to trader anyvtvhere in the world,
e::A keep the office tidy and ef tnd th;s generasly doesn't work
ticleot, mak- i her colleagues feel .ut with a husband. Miss De Lo s Faulkner
at home and generally boost 'The door is always open to of the dress-up clothes
i.orstmlale. women and we are glad have .Frea* SeOutg ,
thU sinVficant of all, won- them," says Hare. "But thbse a gownb yi bY 4
S reasingly are moving into that come through the. door slase satin b y uegel
the.upper ranks. Latest figures' sometimes can't stay with us."
ow that over the last two years
ft number of lady foreign serv-
e officers has more than double
;.I. In Januat v of 1953 there wei .
P of Lhemn today there are 59.
'-resp rO C:INnlonsl ons Co I N C
Aid the Department poi n ts
wath' pr:de to female careerists in
.h mind res n asible positions
evch a a F, t nels Willis as Am
ulare Htarvey as chien o fte-
basador to 8witzerland Co n
M tabee Harvey as chief of the a I )
r'viion of external affairs at a'
an, Gern-any, and Kathleen
Ulesworth .s first secretary and
yPItseklr at London.
AS a polt cal appointee Mris.
taie Booth( Luce is Amprica a
Alubassqdor to Italy. The first
biapan lo t iL on this difficult p6t,
Syom,. she was nominated by
,eidert Eisenhower early in 19-
De to thr Wriston Commit
is achmrendations on reor

ace to become bona fide
SO. With President Henry M. o
W.ion of Brown Universit as I H
o chairman, this committee i ": .
amontq other things, that "
ai ore fe Fro ly. T Lo Ros-The
Red as Forelp S service ." .; ,, ro. h
sitionse. Here isw dt iH"Cook Of The A
tbat,'o become FO80's cau Week" and I thi' aall will -
Vg4U t on salaries of beLwee. agree that the chlic le a good'
no and $0? at the time of one. To Mrs. Flod* Moco goes
tent Increases or a n g one title and honor for ofame
s 300 $40 a year depend- aka wife housewife, m .I a .
upo rn and promote ion.t mtne ad with it, a-d i b-
pay for' an ambassador is woman Her name as a cook
spread through the IsthmIs. bu4. -
yomen are entering of it was her neighbor who. rallyy
rH." ."anksthrough regular Cex-pushed "Nanny' int Cocea Corn.-
.atcin channels according tO1er. Our hat is off to Floda Mona-
ond Hare. Director Gener. -co because she has made her love
Foreign Servie Despite of cooking make it continually "0-
S tenmng reut1ation Of thi nen House" at the home in Los
and oral test. It is not m 1os that she and her hub a n d
Sto pass. He notes that Pete, share with t h* ally .
rRcently Pauline C. Kre~gr pen hearted daughter son in
?il previous records when law the Lou Smons. I t don't
ered a out of 100 on theb bow how old "Nanny" Moncas
a .isc-one wouldn't th* It matters l u, AC
aduns ladies can c when one sees her e uk up one of, O d c a gh eI
a in areas other than her famous Italian dinners for as
oYrk. 'Why with a few many as Pete can.collect and bring produces pot only Moe
of cot, they can make the home to lunch. also Riccota. The :l1r,.
ea c inthe I w d k a Iic. also madeothere Pasnt
ii," he e ain Her oter.-.Law a good taUin Cook-ry,-f Ifa
as a ma just throws OP Comes In For Praise Iepper dnd red wine. The
I..1r s inhlfy norror and I r ,e" rew on e small" and
Where did Floda born in. thee wo a small and
ba s this on his own ex-tates learn to be su a prt bush which he ruefully w
a a career diplomat. in Italian Cookery? Here es an.thes. elements o love
Hare want to Saudi Arabia other of "Nanny's" great tra it s. tie ce- that mkme Italia c
; She finds the best in o ne. g, eat art it i .
w.h.- who me from Fltl .. ,IBr Handle Spagbeti

SLeesbrg_ Vga It wa,13, whn Pete

and a reedp v et until the next year on t
t"re o him making _4efa before .Chtmas that FIl
.Is ,a w gli Spr e ot i40me 1m. _t.
:ID. I i ,.- ae to wa. Daddj
tra;ed "of I r- send for the- ._
f"l chees- e I n na not1 Arrvkfg In a ag Vteme,
an. t .xious top .a or-sequest- set out to make a.
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, the 1955 Maid of Cpgton, shows o f some by Fuller Is the. fabric for Madelein de Rauilh date fioed .
designed in Ameriein cottons for her by (center). It has a one-sided longer waloilne.- tb 'a ns into a
l 1t. r5 veotilngdate (left), she wears side bustle effect. Carven desqig 8'nspaideiu ei (right).
Gehm nLiecemte In embroidered Ever- In Galey and Lord pastel cotton aun. Tiny l bows at shoulders
ama. Turquipe.and-black printed cotton and bows on the skirt complete lie polished lady look. .
_BY GAILE DUGAS And, of course,. that's what the
NZA Women's Editor National Cotton, Council expects
hpr wardrobe to do. The cottons
By the end of this year, the !n textures that range from a
S iaid of Cotton will have tucked polished cot:an satin to a nubby
a: many miles of travel under homespun efect will all reatin Ma g ordinary obees of the vdrit faAUl tMer ltiM
her tiny belt as any ambassador the ind.structibility of the mother emy schooners is one of the-alms at t ile Guli the Jewish
S m the business. She will h a v e liber. This girl is enjoying the sounds and fee of u1e1ol*i 1 1 1
whirled thro'igh many of the ma- Miss Faulkner is the 17th Mai dishpan. By playing with thea, rhttalin them. $ad4rl I
\ jor cities of the United States and ct Cotton who has gone through them to the coffee tin, she learns to asnoelate tuxttur, sist,
i % hisked through a three-week Eu- the buvy toui. And no c o t t o.n and sound with the idea and name of the hbeas
V'- Pan lour Wardrobe has ever let any Maid .. ~.-, ....-.' I
Her ambassadorial portfolio Is ot .Cotton down. BY BElTY WADIS
19 pies of cotton coated lug- In addition to clothes by a list NEA Saig Wiiter
gage, packed to the hinges with of Ameican designers. M iss
tthia clothes by top American Faulkne wil carry with he- -
lashions De Lois Faulkner fashion. by French designers NEW YORK -(NEA) -Brin feels the sftaoothness of .th, a
S' t ith her must be able to vose reputations are as exotic ing the outside world to blind ki tre. ethe sweet .aml. HRe eq
S.rset .. .....5.under as much as their creations. Not one of s that hey can accept and under- He leans of the processes, 10 bet
S,-W-- old owner. They'll be e.se .gowns could pOssibly be stand it is a ticklish task. teen.
S1 'sod unpacked as often as mistaken for a house dress. At the N York Guild for the Beans in a dishpa w areis M
\lp.i e Scum equipment doing one .Three of them were moved. to Jewish Blind it is a continuing fving here. Tbe sou ,p"drW -e
SS They' be t.hou t z of you wul w e s Is ud ever-cenging process It be- ie thrown 6 An ib t r
h Ntt-- a ha-ne' bhedr and e set about designing for gins when th e parents first discov tie, the lightness. t h
\ \ r dthey must d c as ulkener Not passing up r. usually when-their child is a.bccome associated t
Sa-posibti.. es the Maid's .ial.bout s months old, that h is n oTf a bea." .
a __ WdooM I k r first tried therm on e enly waist all gave her the it- hoin to se. And it never ends Whenm these children tkk .
,o d r, i Cermaine Lecomnte tool embroil-up goes on in the nursery schtooln ra take the am- As
S2 garlic chopped fine rd ve r cton sat at the Guild a sturdy and sun- the seasons chang.
.Flavor Lingers Un I tes'weet asil turned itinto a dramatic date n, group of rooms with upper the ea es by. m. 4
la o Lng s b d ongrrup.tf r eIrthe ages enos
So teaso re gano dress w.ith. a bowed sash low on roadway traffic humming by oup t.eleng and exittg. "
home in Balboa-an hanging t2 f r the skirt. For covr-up, sh add-l I Each exploration "a 1 ta ta
hom ia oruuin stck to dry. |- r.- T m'- d. t world is discust WI s,
From now on we will let- our ,eeUh ate Turq'ue with a bold back Vnder the loving but unplty.;here is little that ,w sh ."B-
Look e Week" take ov floral rint was used by made- ig leershi of Marie Anchel these Lids say
S Cocia CornO r and We u .takee tomatoes hroughcol- ein.de Rauct for a side .-swept and Pyllis tsser these kids be.- rLmber this: pla ,t
-she does it. r rea up ery fine, a waist a skirt dress. F e t in th ress that in essence li subject to every iS mtV
F...a to. c l .. .. .n.le, and 1 cup wa t e r. homespun .xtred cotton ro- neans leading the difference in advance -wath ri e
1 Fi a Monacos Italian Dinnet la and gars c in pan sides an interesting contrast to twen and "you" and the The subway will be
S A true Italian dinner always r C tbac were frid in then add the hig decolletage., differences between the things of h da remember It) wrirt r.
voeal. preehu ca onhve thick ak a o aspossblea(Allllocthesingsrediesmaret Aofur sted ttinyu a tmlady ws e
bI has red meat and white meat. .sr._ add all other Ingredientst A look of pure lady was -,- *oe outside world 'the texture o.'et*y sMar
Swnde can be po ark or chicken o stir wele. Add meat balls brintoaled by Careen from a Galey and th i, t m. a e).w
1 veal. Yo can h ave thickno rk;a a b boll cut "liUt to simmer and let Lord a sten Cotton satin .Prin- All of thete children. are vie it b. e i-t b waft w soM
Shops or a loin of pork. brown 1i mmer 9s n'ri as-possble. (A ss lies are o.trastedt ttiny tims of a disease cale d Rtolenloway w wi tney go t the
Swell And cook chops n gravy last dayij s a plutandn!)pows on the shoulders and p e S t l Fibroplama which chiefly af- tunnel. .
Shour o ooki o r tor tn e over 1 pounds of boil. io bows in the princess linld jrcts premlure babies. Three is no playing
S hour o cooking r .u raer .- tebabpieast
S. loin of pork. Brown loin of pk in ed S'pasbettiL______ pleats. e e x____pected crop .er. There is not yet an
S oven and inert 'amall ptece o '' blI baus. but the tech- nection between maX
garlic in four or five places in riques employed in tea and reality. Eek'dfi is
,s loin. Veal cutlets or chops bread- ir M them are thl,. onts that wilu awed wi i. otown ,-
ad and serve with the tomatoes a ll P ys besd ound and usful; ,frt'ta simply uruil grod-
0 sauce but do not cook In sauce. Co mm onn ense H elp Is there will be blind persons, e-Iround i one spbt. .,
v Chieken can be browned and i eft whpn setrolental Fibre pia- The nurse-y school lb a. 'OIP
Sh cooked in the sauce the same as goes the way ot powo. gull f ijdears>ele-Uqma. l .le AL
Sbt you ook the pork. Sere erve wit h C .. Aeti here are as n ante blind hddra m r
ila tossed salad o olives, or Italiann n d r"r nsm n ol ,,-1ar .no p .oak worll even. E

ibeloed wine tos six people. bM] tlib is coming. For thoe tow has-.s voung people's club -ud I bes .. .
intoe Meat Balls .. .. .ad are seniors. it's a time of o"r l'w soc.es re the habit
tu o 2 t bs. ground chuck or round ( iat .tecttncment, and confusion ot 3vlu beg danes. t, mO T boy sme ls his ioe. He .
adok rP prefer chuc) ground twice. 1)aysre chock lull of things to a hnd.wre, you wil be gettlagf.I5 1m.! ,omeone elose cwlee a oau-ivv .
o"y l cup grated bread d, and pottsntsu to keep. Ly iresde to te hu BI short lOt ,e t *Bf. T_ e b.ect fr_ W- ... ...
2 eggs .-- --.. ,',a',dM that tbc mre mal. ladrdees. T"h teacher es. it-not ..11
;i cup of evaporated milk T A/g days of an adventue If yotw big dailf elaD Legt, sth t matter as imLlnteres .turs .... re__.e-.
I tees od salt r be retmd or G as ort forai, --hl rant wihen *o1 %OOks. ,t a O ..deaJ rt i was .
14 teas of pepper - Ovr areeta s b-i'..aie 10 r s rotb 1l ullof err, wiw tth h ..---
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Ap M 61et BMle Awaril
1Igmt or Cristeal "h
'.. T dGaym Muicale" c lub
met O lAa even.in MayU a
1' at. te.. house of Mr. and
Mrs. J mes Blade Ia New Cris-
tbbal. A mulical program, con-

ven b'3.I A.'lOndson,
Be'. t Ms acSparMe and Mr.
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4W .-41lJ tto y *. Ao r p AtgnA Wk -for the currqpt
1* W year of tha ,Mondr Musicale"
,of was thernl of a Music 4.
ward -to ,aw-tan|dl'g z~i s -W
1"OL Miss T. i I* stude, *la 'Okit.brl t I H i

... presente- to Mr. Robert Mae-
*h 3in e by. Sparren, O -ltobal High School
t the unior, upon -the ends-
,.*- tion of.r..al l 1gigh
PeitL Luta t School principal 4Mr. 0. L
the i 3 -i s 4 .Joravd, High titrptO b
. i the J~.o manftge.m music. : .*
The preaefthnW oft1e'Musp
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Tabog Trip Th~
SThe Cuntdu WomIa' Club
.. held a is e a o
S e.njoing morning; Mrs..nnabelIe Leap
ANA $es ,, to T Iop Coffe and refrsh-
brimneh menu, the .Organ mints were srved,;etss
Iu' u of Lucho Azoarrqgs. and the fun.making were th ameddames: Lrle
Zent, sta K. Hoams
",y 'm a* #` t/ balloon man and magiclan... Jones.n 0 T le low rs
S** j #* ,per p person! From 11 am, attended,: raCel LM
ralne Zent, Agdabelle -

S .NIGHTS AA. GOD NIGHT et. eAt. A I te,
:j St. e ^) Mil. b a.n*?ely,
.. Y chart, UdrIk Jo$s. Mr 1iaekT
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Mr. and M. AMban
S- d Tri'oa of te Asmerica! ft a .vPr oa
S- Mr. and Mrs, Altm n of
tv"- ttUsl masters gladden the Bella Vista gave a dimar party
IWd. t~q. wowevful arranpenents or ,st In
r emewti. and humoua music. law, Mrs. Tamars Mrs.
esDfavovrites of Americans oymal deltI.erte* ek for
her home i in lbourne, Aus-
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Dr. C. A. Roy D.O.S.
Stturg-brihde wlr-sr baive
General PI.rt. .. I,
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14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panr."nii 2-0552

"We 'cfn help .OU. with

S"i. A, And F. ORILI.AC
P rmcr' Graud it '
b' Puu ri enue Tel. 3-13"
ii y1otk frrm L.u.x THere,

Packers Shippers Movers
Phones-244 '- 2-25611
Leam Riding at
dineg & Jumping CIO-"se de s
to'S p.m. Phone -0279
or by appointment.

rMatch-Stick B-inboo
Ven.tln 0Iinds
TrIavele Curtains
31*a or Wood Jalousies
Call 1-3 0 or 3-4904
tLatfte Wen without
OblIpgatien .
*,, ,|Mpttbuted by

StemW d Mdrm, SA.
Ave. (between Kodak
& Fifth Ave. Store).
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are a-

S.. John

RbP., for ex .pe,
b rw eno ,* t b4
tion, an Ai 9e"n t 7rar
or rei !e loan usf1

a lfny tedt, cannot
to pay for Itir h the 'fqur
p. they are Ma college, "t
tinreet to finance .it 'eer .a
. period of time." Morep salt.
* booklet. "Financingia Col,
,ueation," Mltorse also points"
her mean of financial- did-
iarhips awards and employ-
'diring the school year and

Ips these resources, he said,1
studenti may well pay for,
h their college years, from
to two-thOrds-of their ed-
pi. The rest of the cost in
r. eases, could benmet by help
arenM., s savings accumu
.Cw a student during hirt
0. years and oaten by addi-
aid of so-alled outside
such government
6 ub and toye e'du-
programs Ut up-by-lw-

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7 Bireet No. 1,"
4ts of Jual Ave. A J 8.
musvo Lflsiemess Av*k junt St.


FOR SALE:-Steve, refrigerator.
ballroom furniture, living room
fu'dinfure. children furniture.
Niconor Oborrio Ave. No. 23,
Apt. No. 3, AnoyahNli Apts.'

FOR SALE:-Ong child's word-
Ala dressff. Setordine. $18.
Penama 3-2025 -
FOR SAIE:- Double bed coam-
,plete. 2 night tailos, dresser
with beautiful mirror. A-i qual-
i'y and condition. Baxter Tran--
portr. Ark for Jrmes, phohe 2-
2316. Price S225.
FOR SALE:-, Maytaq 25-cycle
w. :1.er, exrel'-'rt condition, used
20 months. 560. May be reen
ct Q'.--:ern A. Farfpn Radio,
r;: n- -700.
L F7R SALE:-8-cu. ft.. 25-cyde
rkrriSgrcror. excel'ont condition.
Pkni N avw 307k1 -
rOR SALE--9-ft. electric ra-
fri-orator with 80-IS freeze#
urit. excellent .son Ag tty,
ch.ir: strr'ler-t pe tr rg: ;.'w
rIrrican R'nj *, r irv .
ne, 87--,6t 5-A, 4 t

,F tEm SA .i-L2'-cyle r f*rigera-
tar. govf condition 35. Cu-
rurdu. Phone 83-7162
FOR SALE:-Bargains. RCA 3-
speed radio-phonoseiph eonole;
ven'siin blind!; d-nk-bookshqlt;
porch prrtitien; electric treini;
t" -:-fr-pe cir rpraeyr outfit
S".-' r't- 1- re'i N'-g -9,t-
f': 2 I:v:les- cc'nets. Tele-
r' -ins Bboa 2781.
FOR SALE:-2 mahoganyJb'hing
room chairs, with cusilfbins .1
mahogany ottermon; Kodak Re-
tina camera f2 ioens; Kodak IIA
slide proiecto Psopo Balboa
3627. 6409 Dos Boces St., Los

Is La Car nquila '"
Ca tal Ave., S
" " Hx Lot ,eij . .. : .......* ** *

FOR SALE:- 1950 Studebaker
Tudor Custbom Sedan, overdrive, .
hillholder upderseei. excellent
. condition, $450 cash. Balbee 2-

FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
SMontcloir, white and green,
w/s/w, power brakes, 4000
miles, excellent condition. See at
2509-A Cocoli or call Navy
FOR SALE:-Ford Thunderbird.
radio, heater, w/s/w. Call Sgt.
Comer. 86-4120 Albrook.
FOR SALE:-1947 Aero-Fleet-
line sedan, Chevrolet. outside
paint good, good tires. ood me-
chenical condition. ($150 in roe-
pairs since January 1955).
$350 cash. Call Rodman 3507.
FOR SALE:- '49 Ford Tudor,
dutvly paid, $440. Call Panama
FOR SALE:-'52 Ford-8 Coun-
try cedon, excellent condition,
18,000 r-iles, $1500. Albrook
fhone 6291.
FCR SAI-':- Late 1948 Super
EBuck se',an. one owner. car ex-
c e"rnt condition, r 'io, wind-
shield owashcr and '%ier extra.
May be seen ot Quarters A,
Fmrfon Podia, Phone 3700.
Price $500.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
4-dror $q00. P. No. 2-6371-
5773-A.Dioblo Heights.
FOR 51 E:-1953 Ford Tudor
te/-n, Customline, likl new, on*
Iv -7(00 mrile. with 8-tube re-
dio. Phone Balboa 4433 or Bal-
boa 3003.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Chevrolet,
duty fre,. new tires, new seat
coven, erie owner, 35,000 mile,
eacelleo condition. Call Pan1 -
sa 2-5490, Monday.

g TRI BARBERSHOPPERS are singing again. nxt Tuesday night
I at the Balboa Theater Pictured above. ar .the Pan-Can-Alley
Four. whose chord-busting will be heard along with a wonderful
i j a three-act musical using the themes, "Up In central
o Grande, and "The Old Sbshore." Other than
'Jd *lye quartets, the'iBarber bhppers are
S'. e JC -Tri- the German Band, di-
S/!WMA. jd Tjommy WmriTR laOLttin aongster,
Latin-American flavor. Tickets are
t.- : A membeitt f at the Balboa Thea-

:they are now on sale.

Pick Pamper Night

For Fun iAnd Beauty
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$.CN 4".4w 0r gafo, caught up b gW howerl, make-up-
a a.cru~ f-work, housekeeping but t night a we evoted to
aid socta "Ufer find that the on- the "overhaul" can keept h e
Iv wa4 hey can get their evening daily time investment down to a
of pampefti is to assign one night sensible minimum. It can mean
a week toit. Then, no matter how no last-minute darning just be-
,.xciting the O they say no in lure leaving the house.
favor of the-tub & d. beauty bot-
ttes. After a couple of weeks, most
", I-get.the evening down_ to an

It is' rellftng anrd nstructive
tc do this. .AL shampoo, a ses-
.son w-th a raier or depilatory,
a pedicure, a new manicure and
a little menoing can fill an eve-
ning profitabiy.
Nothing takes the place. of the
daily dozen for beauty Hair

enjoyable routine. They find it
fun, for instance, to check over
clothes while wearing. a terry
robe and letting their hair dry.
Iney find it's easier to trim toe-
nails after a long soaking bath.
Now is-a good time to take up
such a habit, if you've a mind.



i"" 'JLa umbre, owner left the count.

A..lONVENIENCES wait beautiful ladW&

sAped hill lol of 43,000 feet. ool

i ft. elevation with moou V. ,

Vh&'aIfi July Ave. .
Agencia Internal. de Publica ion ? RMAQ
-A CeMtral Ave. -M. a,

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PIANOS tund er,!r.1 ".
tent muslcal tegranlcleuJz., '
cellene q "TRA, P -...

JUNE 3 4-3
Tkh trip of your life 6 eaboud:I
PMiomne's Peecadoral A thRt* '
dae Jungle Jim Jeunt thru i(e
Phbome" Canal to Colon, San
ffas, and Porto Bellil Leave
Balboa, Friday 6:30 a.m., arrive
Colon 2:30 p.m., leave Colon
9:30 p.m. for colorful San BEl
and historic Porto Belle, rtuqy
ing. Colon Sunday istlaied.i
Thi COnel Monday 6S0.99 b.v,
Idaving from Strangers Club-to-
turning to Balboa. Meals catered
by El Pdnomo. Bring slacks,
shorts, bathing suIts, jacket,
flippers and spears for under-
water fishing, your comenr and
color film. Canal trip only-
$10.00. For further information
phone Jungle Jim Price Panama

FOR SALE: -Geman Shepherd
puppies, four weeks. 53 Via
Porres (San Francisco Road).
FOR SALE:- 30-gallon glaes-
lined., gas hot water s enter .
practically new. Call Panama
FOR SALE:- Wardrobe -trunk,
good condition, reasonable. Tel.
2-1803 after 5:30.
FOR SALE: Spinet piano
Baldwin Acrosenic. 6 months
old. $725. Leaving for States.
Phone 2-267T.
FOR SALE:-Two wringer tyae
washing machines, good condi-
tion. $37.50 sesh. Sell one only.
Motor "scooter $30. Win. 52
target rifle and aceoMsries, in-
cluding &r H. spotting scope.
Diablo 2-4455.

.' 1'9. In -the of.
.61te 0 S ieMadnwot of Store-
olunas, eIbae ,fvr didlng me-
'hcinie, sfes, drafting te). ale-
vtnla platform truck truck-
trhector dad wriehb tited pt
S. ecipt.ti," elboe Storehoue.
-i taplt&n 2-2720; airewmpres-
4or grinder, shipping and seal-
ing. ltammers, concrete' mixer
anrd paver machine, mortises.
saws, sqple, tampers and tank
truik lacted at Cristobal Store-
h.ae.- .tgiphone 3-1265; and
lower guaed oates located at Go-
run Yacht Club. For further in-
formation and, inspection of
gates ceatact Mr. Earl Cauoll.
Acting SpUofindant. Atlantis
Breanchy 144 Division, tele-
phone '58-201, Invitation No.
170 may be obtained from the
4dave aurces, or from office of
ISphrintendent of Storehouses,
.Bale. telephone 2-1815.

Memphis Building

Has 'Ouif Room

XiEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP In
the center of a busy office building
here is a room for meditation and
It is a place where clerks,
stenographers, janitors, o f f i ce
managers, salesmen and visitors
to the building can find peace and
quiet and escape the frantic pace
of the business world.
"The Light," as the room Is
called, was the inspiration of Jane
Patrick, a vivracious brunette of
28 who works in the building.
Miss Patrick i chief clerk of
Draft Board 86 here. Often she
had wished for a quiet and seclud-
ed spot whire she could re-assure
the troubled people who came to
see her.
Last Deember, when she learned
a room was being set aside in the
Capitol in Washington, D. C., for
prayer and meditation, Miss Pa-
trick asked herself "Why not
here?" She talked it over with
businessmen in the M.G.M. Build-
ing, and, with the kelp of a Tues-
day night' Bible study class, raised
"The Light" is a room of soft
lights, growing plants, bright dra-
peries and cool pay walls. It is
non denominational.
Miss Patrick is not resting on
"If we- could put a room like
this ip every office building
Menmpis.," *he id. "I knot
they're crying for on in another
She plans to try to help them
S on. But there will be no gifts
rm churches..

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m oders
Plone Pe a

Phone 1386
FOR RE1T 6 a
portmnt, i he
water. Via Pefrre N h
3-5024. f..'
ent.. 2 .bed i wir p
2 baths, e j--y em.
parch, gareg; $1110 r
at "El CongiAllo R l a.
2. house "Ceraca." See Do
Castro, Avenue I, 9-4. Phone
2-1616 Panama. '
FOR RENT.M-NIMe fbrhed a-
partment. indptIIldat esntance.
two bedrooms, proetagd -einst
mosquitoes, hot" d aerd waer
and refrigerator. Phol 3e-4976.
House 23. 4r .d'l. .ell
aFOR RENT: Twe-ideom e-
partment in El Cangrae, reen-
ad, large kitchen; meld's rom,
lefare siting-daliS4 bMa. play-
ground, "grag. CeU 1-3742.
FOR RENT:- Fiumihed apart-
ment. 2 bedreamss,2 batkhrems.
porch. 48th Strt e. 27. 2. Cll
Telephone 3-6097.
FOR RENT:-2-hdreoom earner
apartment, pertly furnied, liv-
ing-dining reom, screened, $70.
Belisario Porra No. 56. Phone
2-231 i or 3-0234.
FOR RENT:- N ce department
for married couple or bachelor.
Apply Perejtl, houea 7. Corenal
Jimenea Ave. Phone 3-4812.
FOR RENT:- Completely fur-
nished en.bedroom apartment,
kitchen, s Sove, refrigerator.
large encleted arden, suitable
one chlld $70. Phone -1146.
FOR RINT F d w u.n-
furnished, ena-b moden
opartmeailwMwag' aiVia al-
indf Porles.

FOR RINTs- Fuisd peert-
ments, new fuaMlit s eeoned
aed govemrnnesi-ped. Call
Peneme 3-3404.

US Army Hangs

Onto Fancy

Tokyo Hotel

TOKYO (UP) One of the
sore o in anti-American feel
n in Japan' centers on Tokyo's
fancy Dal lhi Hotel, still being
used -as V. 8. officers' billet.
The Jpanese owners have sent
a reprensetative to Washington to
ask the -Defqnse Department to
give up the hotel.
But an Army spokesman In Tokl
yo said the United States will hold
onto the property until the Japa-
nose government provides another
e to- huse the 600 field grade
Officer living in the Dai lehi.
The Dai -Ichi, one of the most
modern hotels in Tokyo, is located
in the heart of the popular Shim-
bashi entertainment and shopping
area, only a few steps from the
Ginsa jght lights.
Dai Iclt owners want to reclaim
the hotel in time for the summer
tourist season, but a U. S. Army
spokesman aid the chances are
"very slim."
Japanese charge U. B. military
forces have been too slow to move
out of the hotel and several other
downtown building they took ober
during the Allied occupation.
But Army officials told United
Press that poor Japanese planning
caused the delays. Under the U.S.
Japanese mutual defense treaty,
oJapan required to furnish new
facilities for buildings surrendered
by American military units, but
the Japanese havq not provided
enough new quarters to allow the
Americans to move out of the
downtown area, the Army said.



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As EDu i Parts

F09 -WAI..-99- 9 Cushman
ebS"#...a completely
eaw SWul''seiv-, ehitsnd
car,. i"gad tran,-
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WP0 y:49.50 Ply.
nitt-ie ea w. .devGrelets as
. 'tad.im MMir- mided cars.
.Wllji.e.taa kpci your car as
d~e~ paymeqth baleaM to suit
yr' bcame, Phmle Colon 74
Iwoofdqys. I5-Sp.w;, ask-for Mr.
fclify. *-*'

Help Wanted

WAjErTE NuAeAeid-houm-
kgoper. Mue haive refoeees.
14 SM Street, IuVday
0-4300.' *

Iick Brds

tablishment by' the Federal Com-
munications Commission of radio
frequencies '-for use by trucking
firms is seen by the Radio Corp. of
America as a practical means to
'greater economy in trucking oper-
atioms. .
Aecordiog to C. M. Leis,
spokesman for the engineering
products division of RCA, the con-
tinuous control of rolling atoek
which the TCC action makes posI-
,ble will result introduced perat-
in* cost. "
The FCC regulation establishes
13U low-bapd, e40-h.nyee fre-
quencies and eight and 450
megacycle frequeels'- for ue' by
motor carriers.
Daughter Makes

It--In Radar

Clocked World
IPORIA, Ill (UP) Poliee
ra ar clocked a 5-mfleplr-hour
automobile in downtown. PepriW,
but failed to detect the stork flytg
wit, it. .*
!tehanyson -Brtsfield,speedng to
the bespital with his w.fe,. ole
lost' the. race just as sthe -pole
clocked him. Police escorted' nhOi
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ar ound..th6 city tiate .Wie "The. Mt
their bo-es woe ,ed. The -l t dei
The.tr c .aa- 9ftha pde in- aam'
by'.1nit.Air 4 1& -.to, the ntuo n wayfre.
who nmakee'e retv*no,,r bli.jft- Um 1jwhich woudd'
en never., see the side of an air- osib le only a "few a
plane. A ocktJl MparLty and lorchd exidit's.i pas i
cor ages were part of the day's' 1. To exinthe ntu
treaty the complain aod tor w:
CoftVO' I6n woeIb
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traffic *artBoaom i, t a qoie;a I Wf R
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edii o s otifc.e Lif o Riley a
Carmen Miranda is so aem, to
embarking on her own comedy F. R. JOENSO, Supply m ureau
leading mMa.. There's ie v "I Love jilTved with the Commissary *DIv
ttonLucy" flavor in reverse to the se- g(let) had just been awarded a 97

The fir t hou il oCanal A ards

Hardy Bgoes.witore tIae Roach, Jr.'s
came rasaq soon as tan puts John a
ing In his now o secriespt.
The plot is them playing Pi
tas 'blli for Jack Webb'in an $7t For SIggbuiof
apr-odeught a hTexsas driven"' PANCANAL RUNOVER
theater owner in back's personal A cash award for $0 one of
of"Tof the ofanal organization recen

Tom-dum, Webb forced the. ward
ster to delete his name from all week tuition form devised by John
leadin man. There's an "I Love Oloved with the Mecani y Divii
ries, with Carmen iplaing the wife y JoB.:

hads and from e the other mar cclerknt mp d wh te C

LAI BStuiair kvenlnb, at six-thirty 'clOok, Mit gllestiaM. qu"Yes, I sopped it." Jack con- "ssryD on- at Mount Hope.
tey al AThe olt k T fired t he "our ell on s Blues"m f The award was resented
Starring a rim pture and uc by R. Olivernse b

The grow Is thie onu of Mr. and MttrsD.DoHet of Phoenix, a tbeen disturbed& i6ou h as It is In d stritlon Bling at
Hardyoes. about getting tar billing for old .
camovies m shic aI.played small h t
parts' nje to pub- Vacher devised apd ggested
Balboa lpow Aseny frangipani and members of the ic. I don't care hw big an actor the useof a t distribution for
sasastern S, the s boring becomes ie plays small u i ma d
tsagas led bod, d rts ar part in a picture he should be bied tricnl sos o te sa
A- the mtn. a rs such, Inr always quarrel withiA cash award e form was designed to
S sal y h b al me And if thea t gn t, forms annd t. y emplo e a
la%&t &uiaerth RSu um I wouldn't permit it t county al organization rlve
S eaiba ottg Mr. and Mrs. Wln U. A Steve Rowla 5i Tested out by the Cmissary

y L. the tdent Council of National fore a ltelate exovie: ior system has been in use for the
b sotis. evening, Business College and ba n be- first tim, we s great pltesu past two moths and is- expected
s -Aen in brin you an unintrupd to save the Panam ployeu a Coa-
g Jud; Y e, Was a member of t veMe COMMER IAL." y an estimated $1710 annually.
pislib Honor Court. aud-ww-;okpfahn 6:1 Lee J. Cobb's sharp wordage on' Vaucher was born in Cuba and
See, the sharp differences between is a naturalized U.S. citizen. He
woruvy 5~ llin I working on live TV and in mo- was first .enYed as a clerk-ty-
*r .TAJuta'u Air line Trips to fractures: mioi past the technical Division
Wt Eter tSo delete, his amthe fre f wk to Jn Vde sound stage ahnd has beennccountingc
.- -n tPadsanmSanmeha of is like a raffle ho can have with the Commissary Divisio i

aD tri t ot b Russian roulette forget ys a M He,
n. cha (.sMIea m Ao) CVgarettes.a.nd otel Ha .t w ,Lines and you're dead." l "-eas resnte
f d or at Pnam Eddie Albert, due to star in an-
Wi "- nor It Ee 'five final s o form a' other big homre screen spect 'ac oinson
- of B ane ,a ofl ina .o n the side of "live" sar ing ing in Le OOKy u DINNERu CASSEROL
1 SaO Aira bin g argument over pr-r ord- ATNOR MADDOX
f or. a 'ats te, Hoovd theory I that pre-. NEA Fd sad Markets Edit ora
Th ies o the Paft. ofMr. _a s . , ep a,.nrecordings give better uvoyi e quulW t ,
'- .y and ease the physical strain Why ot take your s uny mai
on a singer involved in playing a dsh ia casserole. You'll save
o Sa ys i kitchen worry and get extra
a.. Their parts, "In th first place to thperep's no Here are to ew recipes from
oil- ,gpa mi 'flight i* APA's- luxd- substitute .for the excitement of the brand new "Cook It in a Cas
Ufraglanl and membe trs of the.l an adllve show. And to say t here uso by timenei Brobeok.
a alMiss Panama" will spend is less strain on a singer mouth-T
leEastern Star, the lprna ing the lyrics to a prlays-recording Savory the mae and eeak
t! he^ ouantjy lter- siss ridiculous. The only emotion he s e
ofe Beauty .Tha show that quhe's listening vion. form ws designed toto
-i".rof p Cho a ntest to wrihich coof trs f'"m t recordd" Two oemunds chuck steak, aicup
C 1TOUi all over the world ,send their IHear it now: Thelma Ritter stars th.ur, at teaspoons salt, ea
S. tfeme i iresentatves. Is alponsored b May i in Paddy Cerhayei y's "e boon peppeu teaspoon pa
Se as the ,, City of Lo Beachn, OCalm- Catered Affair," his first writing 1 large oni. od sd,
f ile tbb e-" fMr.nt and Ca Swim uit. effort since "Marty." "Tbose tablestd outbyog or beef
'i s wime it'; l haers redeee movie control cts Witig useGirls," starring M ara- 'sUet ,' cup bvng water, success
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The woman who Is a really *erbes th nf t Vr toilar rapes
tive hmenakr often contributes '.
lar more to her family's standard- W. i '
of liviin than the wife who thinks
tile on way or the a:y to '
Lve better is for her to go to work .li T J iI
Margets %s tfine example of howl %WAI 0W WVF { A 6 .
a stay at-hore Wife's imagination, r
hard work and thrift can add w .
miveasurably' toe her husband's t We wish to express through thisAiev a
crae, .aprlston rte fe. the many klndnet Acsrsl
Marge and Bill and ter two floowera ressived dtUring our recent agreav .
daughters live far betf t p.
manr o thopir frie dswhohav Mr. ,A4On Z.m1evn. fwU40y
Smrg aomem B cause the wife .*Mwrl n'd Wttl. Zonr^^nd fwn| y
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cost leiq than a cramped lUm1 W ew
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Sthe place up until now they hive
a nve'v .ho'"',n l '--t of the
,ork they ,id themselves,
Shop Wisely
I Marce and the two daughters are
'.ell drespd for a fi-ction of what
their clothe, look like they cost
Iccause Marge makes most of
their cir.thes
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ten, because a dinner for eight
doesn't wreck the budget. Marne
is able to manage on what he
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Ui'ooklya ....26 8 .765 -
icago'.'. ......20 15 .571 8v
NewYork ... 18 14 .563' 7
St. Louis ....,15. 16 .500 9
* Milwaukee ....17 19 .486 -' 0
Cinnnat'o...,14 18 .43821 .
Vpttsburgh ....11 21 .344 14-c-
Philadelphia .,10 22 .313 15
Chicago at Milwaukee
New Ydrk at Pittsburgh ()
Philadelphia at Brooklt
St. Louis at Cjncinnati (? 2
Philadelphia 100 000 120-4 Ir,..
Brooklyn 0P0 330 O0x-- .',
Cole, Miller (5), Kipper (B),
Lovenguth (71 and Lopata; New.
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LP-Cole (0-1). HR-Campanel-
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St. Louis 301000 002-6 7 2
Cipcinnati 10200600x-9 12 1
Jones, Tiefanauer (31, Moford
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Cleveland Q1O 100 000-2 9
Detroit 020 100 00 -4 8 6
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Crowe. Boston at Washington (N)
New York at Pittsburgh (Post- a.y,,t.,
pone', rpin)> anything.
89o r the first time I come to bit,
in big league baseball-in' 1 51 at
SI Comiskey Park-I wasn't worried
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world champion Yankees. He .ms
a 2W-game winner then, abut, like
I say, Minnie wasn't worried.
"So, this is Raschi," Is aid.
"Well, I'm gonna swing anyway."
I did. I hit the first pitch a
high slider-into the left field bull
pen for a two-run home run.
It was after the game that I
realized the spot I had been in.
That was the Yankees I was up
against-and it was my first game
in the major leagpes.
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s aid at least 5W000 ,legal-sized
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0 were released in Michigan lakes
and streams before the general
season opened April 30. Th stock-
.When Minnie Minoso puts on ing work is schedule to continue
the baseball suit, I no think of a- through the summer and fall until
anybody except myself. 12.200,000 legals, sub-legals, and
That was I'm not worried of fingerlings have been released.




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San4T2 got

Vipen Feature

runc for

Hthoiugbigli wil be the
S afternoon it the J i Franco

. evenly matched rers wil die-

Sugarplumn, ; iIl Ja- The time for the seven fur-
quimazo and = ,-Blake- long over a-ood, track was a
mere entry wArensatridesin fast 1:3 8'-3. G(4 ohder came up
the feature. '. with a late Sqpi tAto finish third
Barge Royal, ', pressive while Ktosc. and Valley Star
Winner of his a8tarts, were also r in the five horse
looms as tiie p i mutuels fe.
avorte e both CristIan Reb1jedo, Gulllermo
in the mutuels l s8ance an& u@h Gonora were
al compete rgot, the top winrs in the saddle
uimazo with two r each.
Manuel Yeaa sus- Golden VPan '(1.40) and Yo-
ended brea sikito ($10.20.' returned the day's
ard Barg p eCoco- beat win divided.
r Stable Mi in un-
der 108 pounds. The dividends:
R. Cristlan (Cristlan.Rebolle-
do) has the lea the speedy FIRST RACE
8prgarplurm wh -tiitJien re- 1-Newbrighton $3.60, 2.80.
poredly burntinU4 u track 2-Guacha $380.
during workouts al4lum will SECONIRACE
t got, wh easl. an away 1-No1alino (Excluded from bet-
from Jaquima0 In Wst out- in).da 40
in', will also cari-y l Ruben 2-Ciproa $8A,40, 2.40.
"Caliche" Vasquez, o returns -Cr a $ le2 $7.400.
from a lentgthy 14W, n this First oiqle: $7.40
weekend, wult r tIdSU d Mon- TRItD RACE
telimar speedster. I-Golden Fan $11.40, 6.20, 2.40.
Jaqulmazo, whi won a thrill- 2-Tap Lad y $4.40, 2.40.
eC over Fanm Kio.b 1d Monte 3-Okland P 3.
Rouge his lastim out has been One-Two: $92.40
assigned 110 pounds ,and will
have the huatlUg Ouillermo FOURTH RACE
Sanchez on his back. 1-Piropo $1, 6.40, 3.20.
Reinaldo Come w be aboard 2-Conquistador $8.20, 6.
the reportedly .i proved Blake- 3-Villarreal $3.20.
mere with I0t Biemu re will Qui aela: $100.40
be racing uhder the r.lring of n .
Oscar Ohltis for thie firit time FIPTH RACE
this afternoon. A
This race truly haes up as 1 n-YolkIto $10.20, 2.80.
an old-fashioned =i nger (on 2-La Enea $2.40.
paper, at least). Ten other in-
teresting races are included on SIXTH RACE
what should be an excellent card. 1-Lord Basur -$3.80, 2.00, 2.20.
Yesterday PostinOVich raced to 2-Coronelino $4, 2.20.
a thrilling gue-length victory 3-Paris Midi $4.
over the highly stated Chilean
importation sacbrtal In the fea- SEVENTH RACE .
turned $650 seven fUrlog sprint. 1-Pappa Flynn $6.20,. 4.80, 3.
The Peruvian-br4d footer was 2-Verticordia $3.60, 3.60.
closer to the pacesetters'than 3-Encaehada $3.20.
usual and, when given his Double: 117.20
head, moved up alongside the EIGHTH RACE
fast goinw.Kaorlal Inthe home- 1-SLiaola $5.20, 4.60, 3.
stretch, e14*tWo 0cM battled 2-Que Lindo $6, .80
head and thiad for about a half 2-Jose.de la Cru'.$,40.
furlong thentPutinovlch grad- Quilela: 141.40
ually drew sway -to score by a
full length, NINTH RACE
Fortunato Wldalgo-Jr. rode the 1-Quematodos $4.20, 4.40, 2.80.
winner while Cohecepclon Ruiz 2-Donny Boy $8.20, 2.80.
had the leg up on the loser. 3-Espagirico $38.80.
Postinovich returned $4.60 per One-Two $18
win ducat. I

Juan Franco Tips


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8-Happy Abode
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Our Fancy
Don Wende
Bar One
Regal Bliss
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Doald O'Connor and MarUyiy.onroe.

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2-Escorial $2.40.
1-Ika $7.40.
(No place or show betting).

U.S, Team

Easily Wins

Walker Cup

ST. ANDREWS. Scotland,
May 21 (UP) The United
States won the Walker Cup
for the 14th time In 15 meet-
t0g with Britain's top ama-
teur golfers. Hartle Ward, BilU-
ly Joe Patton and Don Cher-
ry won their singles matches
for an insurmountable 7-0
The Americans, who swept
all four foursomes matches on
Friday, needed vieteores In
only three of today's eight
singles contests to retain the
Insertntional trophy. Today's
matches on the anelent St.
Andrews course were plieyd in
a steady rain.
Wa4d, -a 29-year-old auto-
mobile salesman from San
Francisco, trounced Ronnie
White, rated Engiand's top
player. 8 and 5: Patton, who
comes from Morgailto, q. C.,
defeated Phil Rorutton of lmng.
land, 2 mI. 1- while Cherry.
froa Wichie PFalls. Tex.. beat
Joe uarr of Ireland. 5 and 4.



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1-Sierra Velluda ... iaso.08 -iua- eloe
2-Wlnsaba J. O6ngar 118. .DropI 4Cd Ii
3-Don, Wcnde V. Or ega S lng to 4
4--oldenTick J. Cadgan .118 -No to
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2-D'PastOr.. A 9 f.14
3-Rayito ,, Hidalgo 11 --Impr
4--.enita V. Ortega 11 -Rea ,d arkOt"
5-uatiia M. Ycu .10 --iz tve m at on t
6-Engreida C. Iglesias 109 -No ready yet

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1-Pialaiie R. Vehques'I2 -Rates fair ei m
2^W ~ .O ora II -Nothing in .
3-Ba e -Dangous t,;0o#e t1
4-Tenieatad aU06mds 3 -CouidI score W1z-RN u t
5-Lazy Boo. V. Castillo113 -Improving sta4y en
6-Copadora 4, Gonzalez x-Early speed ly -I1
7-Courtly Prinde F. AidaltQ -- -Doeap'tsen likly -1
7th Race "H.6 o1he g, pre 40 Cl 4
,o"66M1,I 2he of the Do b le ...
1-TUlaa R. q ian i15 -Barely missed In lhast .-2
2-Royal Claim J O mngor. 113 --Could score -mth ;I
3-My Dear F. idFalgo 106 -Ias rtang finish 4-1
4-Devori Miden J 'Avll 120 -Lbngshot pasibility -l I
5---Vam lrae Bamhee 113 -Regaining top form n -1
6-Barrroe1 R. Y e 110 -In new bands l6w 2-1
7-Salustio V... 113 -Will fight t out-. ,
8th RIe, ,-. I C .

1-Sally cprue A. Valdlvla 110 -Mus1 g.eowre t
2--Regal BlIss J. Phillips -Frm 1(f* Bt
3-Guayaqull R. Visques 11 -at. .0-- e 'L
4-.Happy Abode M. YeAas 115 -5 rd tbeatgere
5-Vu canzado A. Qonsalez. 97x-an w ls; L 4..
--Bupersun A. Menu 112 .-Re trftottnay |1S-1

9th Race "F" Imported F .Purse $500.00 Pool ..gg. 5:11
1-Grande Dame J. O6ngora 108 -Poor recent races "0o-i
2-Crown Pearl J. Sam. 115 -Unknown quantity 801
3-Remero S. Carvajal 103x-Net with th-.rider 15-1
4-Pinino A. Gonzalez 105x-Rates f-air chance -1
5-Noveno C. Ruiz 120 -Having tough luck ..
6-Cormorant F. Hidalgo 106 -Waiting on r"ml M
7-(Amat E. Pita 0. 105x-Early speed. or Bvn
8-Florera M. Ycaza 115 -Loos ."osureA vng" .2n
10tl.Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fts.Purse S50.00 Pool Clo"e. 5s4
1-0ugarp um R. Cristlan 118. eI.turns in good shape 2-1
2-Barge Ioyal M. Ycaza 108 -Was never better 2-1
3-J(Muimazo 0. Sanchez 110 -Will fight It out 24t
4--(TUrt R. Vlsquex l.AIR-Seeabest on fora 2-2a
5-(lakemere R. G6mez.108. -Reportedly Improved 3-2


llth NRee "G" Natives 6 gp. Purse .275.0w Pool Cvida ..
--1-ngat 3. Rodriguez 115 --etter each-time out'- -
2-Tlln Tilln S. Carvajal 10'7z-Pdor effortt in t '*ll
3-l Pasha F. Hidalgo 1110)Oan run but :fth o A-l
4-Sirens A. Oonziles lOOx-Distance hanats "
5-Piola J G6ngora 112 -Longsht- siuwt. 5-1
6-Naranjazo A. Vergara 112x-Back In- be. f.e "-U
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at all We wanted the other gay
and a,00o0,4"
Wake forest has a st!igbeen
pitcher nabed'Lowell (Lefty) Da-
vis, who can't even write his
name with his southpaw flipper
sad'eats, bats d golfs right ..
also sle a isright side. .
Before u ing et 2t e
try to na down the 1 water
Oyme for quaw Valley l Ca-
Uforal, Alx u sb topped by
to tell us MW he found td .lgh
Sierra ski center . Bske his
leg skiing oa'ermileaive from
the ulevice, lf6.4 out this un-
inhabited won mide near Lake
Tahoe, straw A ki on his cast
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ouely tWugi buach to evade (there
ame so ma8I of them) have never
gotten elss to Tom Yawkey, who
oWns the "Red Sox... maybe be.
cause Yawkey actually is a New
Yorker who spends little time by
the river Charled. . .
Utfl ha enrolled at Duke last
fal, Dave iSme had never had a
pair of track shoes on his feet. .
came to Durham on baseball'
aeholarahlp. a .went to the dders
Cdabh sid asked to work out for
the exrelse, and promptly-.hn a
phenomeNal .? 100 In sweat
clothes .... since cut down to 9.6
the second best' time In the coun-
try this year. . still the fresh-
ma exels lan baseball as a near
.MO hitter. .
1 T state of boxing: Jack
Dempsey was traveling from Chi-
cago to New York while the Mar-
ciano-CockeU fihjt was in prog.,
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Rlebards used to come up with a
served, is not slip lower in the
steafs despite the loes of Bob
Take the White Sox-and 0ino-
so. As Minnie goes, so do the
Chisox. This fleet left fielder sup-
plies much of the run power tne
club genrates.
MincaM is a dead game ball-
player. He is perhaps knocked
down at bat oftener taan any oth-
er player of the game. They cart-
ed im out of Yankee Stadium as
the White Box closed their first
visit of the year there. He had
been struck above the left eye i
the templar region by a ball pitch-
ed by S-K Grim.
very year, pitching supplies a
lot ef the early steam-just as
Donevan, Mike ornieles and San-
dy Conesegra have done this time.

IN Tat LONG RUN, however,
it's Minoso who does It or they
don't win. A .3M hbitt r who
knolks in more than 100 rms for
you all the way, be's the whole
show-but aot enough. Not when
you stack him ag lst the ll-over
power of Cleveland or New York.
About the nl surprise Marion'
club has given so far has be ena
its ability to move without a ull-
blast effort by Mipmso
,Why peoe et exitedd" Mi-
no queries anwet to f.of
ths talk. "I alel ay.
day. I g for .pt, fit*t y mif oe
for two see od game. I .11 then.
Averages, they mean nothing this
time. et up there. No worryj."
MiNIN FfeUSE'IL have a
big year because Of Georpe elU's
peomsene the clean.-up spot.
"Hit and run. Thaa all he does"a
Mi-nk frifnis. .
Anthig havng to do with
ieed is up this Cuban's allit.
Twice last seans, he se ored
from first base on a single.
With an active Gor"e el bat-
thug behind him Min Minoso
can tear with abandoe,

Joe Kueter, displaying his
usual good forM, broke Z tar-
gets to thalk up another perfect
score for a round of skeet on last
Wednesday afternoon. To the av-
erage shooter th is not an easy(
feat but just looks easy when Joe
does It. ,
Considering his slight build
and age, Tommy eUllers, Jr. does
alright for himself on the range.
Tommy is still living his first
teen-age year anh for the short
time that he ha been partici-
pating in the ganse he la a very
good shot. He broke 19 out of
25 targets at Trap from the 16
yard line.
Complete scores for Wednes-
day follow:
Sheet (25 targets)
Joe Kueter ............ 25
Art Button ............. 24
Shorty Schexnayder .... 23
Windy Sellers ........... 22
R. Casanova ............ 22
John lliott ............ 20
W. Johnston .......... 18
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Orady Hardison .........22
R. Casanova ........... 22
W. Johnston .......... 20
Tommy Sellers, Jr....... 19
Rowland ............... 19
John llott ............ 18

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U.S. Wins British Amdteur

After Walker Cup Matches

By Harry GRAYION tour in Bobby Jones' list of 13
I major championships and that
NRW YORK' (NEA) .- You came at historic St. Andrews as
have to go back 1 years to find the first leg of the immortal
a British Amateur Golf Champion- Georgian's q e v er.to-be-equalled
ship which did not have an Ameri. Grand Slam in his final year of
can in the final. 'O.30
Alex Kyle and Tony Dun c a n Lawson Little accounted for the
both of the other side, hat for the British Amateur to '34, the first
top prize Ia eI. but the Yankees crown of his Littie Grand Slam,
took over took over whbn the show as a Walker Cupper.
ws reumedifter Weeld War II The third and tghestwas the
- to 20i4. "Be'ft t1taeshBs BritW Amateer @ 2 at tho itr
bgAMed five of tim last- o been of this years mtou am en
runner- In the ethe--I2o u r -Charley Tates took Ike- British
Throughout that stretch, there Amateur as a Walker Cupper in
have been four all-Amedca finals. 'I... ..
Leseinog Britain's hblces in Wle Tarneea beat Dick Chap-
thi year's BrNitis Amateur over man in the first All-America final
Royal Lytham and St. Anne'swhen they were Walker Cuppers
May W-June 4, will be the pres.in '47, and it was the same deal
ence of members aof the U.S. when Chapman repelled string.
Walker Cup team ad several beaM Charley Coe in '51. That
other Amerima craqk shots. hbutt out Great Britain for the
Since the first squad went a.- sixth consecutive Walker Cup
broad for the biennIal Walker Cup Visit.
Matches in 1912, an American Meanwhile, Rohbert Sweeny
traditionally h b won the British was r u n ner-up in '48, Frank
Amateur. A lot of history is wrap. Stronaban w6n in '48 and re.
ped up in the tournaments. Roger pulsed Chapman in another final
Weathered. a truly great amateur,
saved the crown for the British in S POnT
'23, but thereafter tse powerful SPORTS

Amerncan-born player to cop the NO RUNNING .AY
British Amateur In '26 at Muir- Lawrence, Kans. (NEA) Wes
field. Santee has a two-year hitch in
Old-timr t il .. i the Marine Corps on tap, follow-
lea-times witw ile alU ow in th Northern Pacific AUt te. B
Sweeteer did it while suffering Atletic Union- meet In Sw'to
from peneumonia to such an ex. Calif., June 12""
tent tat the handsome collegian "
had to be tarried from the boat MIX'D MATCH
on his return td New York. al- MIXED MATCH
ter J. Travis was the first Ameri- New York (NEA) Among
can to win the British Amateur the various offers Rockey. Marcia-
22 years before ... with his f no has received is a $225,000 gua-
mous Behenectady putter .. but rantee to take on wrestler Anto-
he was Australian-born.. nino Rocca in Lun Park, Buenos
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Is another stricity Yankee final
in '42 and Ward and Bill Camp-
bell- pere runner-ups 1* '53-54.
Doug Bac h I1, an Australian,
beat Campbell in the final last
year, after which Peter Thomson,
driving with an iron, made ut
unanimous for the Land DoA
Under Ip Briti, by winning the
am a St. A n pe's
is a wind-swept 6857-yard layout
between Liverpool and Baekpool
In Lancashire on the Irish Sea.
It's a severe test under trying and
unfamiliar -conditions.
But America has the numbers
and shots to carry out what has
become a tradition bringing
back the. British Amateur cham-
pionship on a Walker Cup year.

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504th Field Artillery B afli

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Just what does that artillery outfit, the 504th Field Artillery Battallon, do out there at Fort Koble, you may Have

wondered at one time or another.
The answer to that question is that there's a proud group of men In the 504th, who with about a milBon dollars

worth of equipment make up an artillery team with the capability of massing tons of high explosives in a short period

of time, normally on area-type targets.

The battalion is made up of more than 500 men, 18 105 mm. howitzers and over 100 vehicles.
All this manpower knd equipment is necessary to enable the battalion to perform its mission.
Every man in the battalion must know his job, from the officer who adjusts the rounds falling on the enemy
t3 the man who loads the shell in the howitzer.

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TRUCKS AND EQUIPMENT must be, eaned and kept in od condition even while the men
are in Lhe field at Rio Hato. A nearby stream serves Ide as a apot to wash down the
equipment. (Photo: Bill Burns)

SET 8 Pt. Claro Indent.
The 504th isn't a big outfit
when you compare it with ta In-
fantry Regiment, but it has a
mighty big job just the same. It
supplies the punch for the Infan-
The men of the 504th .are the
boys that soften the enemy up be-
fore the "Queen of Battle" moves
It takes plenty of practice to
get a well coordinated team that
works smoothly with both infan-
try and tanks.
Just three weeks ago the bat-
talion proved its competence
when "B" Battery was air-lifted
to Rio Hato where it landed its
equipment to provide fire sup-
port for other troops engaged in
the demonstration.
In The Field
The firing elements of the bat-
talion spends a great part of its
time in the field, at Rio Hato
maneuver area, and at Empire
range, just outside of Fort Kob-
be, training to perform its mis-
Sof delivering accurate artil-
lY fir anywJere and at any
tse it is calld or.
Since the 504th is the only
field artillery battalion in the
Casil Zone, it must.be prepar-,
e t perform many other mis-.
s.side supporting the ia,,
The, battalion boasts of its fine
salutiAg batteries, which, you
may have heard welcoming such
dignitaieA to the Canal Zone as
the Qte a f England, the late
Predt Remon, Vice Presi-
dent Richard Nixon and Secre-
tary of th6 Army, Robert Stev-
T.he slt-second timing neces-
sary to fi a smooth salute
takes many days of practice and.
coordination, but it's all in a
day's work for the 504th. T h e
battalion has fired more than 50
salutes since the first of last
Twice this year the 504th has
demonstrated f i e I d artillery
technique and equipment so that

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AN MMT YMAN takes the first step -teard having a good
old fashioned bar-b-qued pig. Usually this fete occurs at the
end of a series of maneuvers.
(Photo: Bill-Burns)

arnates from o t h e r friendly
countriess may profit from their
First, it was a demonstration
for 00 Latin American officers
who came to learn to spot ar.l-
lay fire in conjunction with a
course given at the USCARIB
Bechool at Fort Gulick.
Recently, two more artillery-
men from El Salvador visited
the 504th in order to become
familiar with t he equipment
used in our Army.

These officers were' particu.
larly impressed with the c o m-
munication equipment used by
the field artillery, and comment-
ed on the more than 50 comply.
cated radios and the miles of
telephone wire than are neces.
sary to make the battalion func-
tion as an integrated unit.


Of course it isn't all work and
no play for the men for the 504th.

SHAVING BY WN LG a er of the 04th,
using .ls. ingenuity hs ,faagoaled a wiah buahi fro his hemhnet
and three tent-stAkes. titpt te field thes men -rlde them-
elves onathe p sppeaice.
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The -battalion enters teams or battery that gains the most
,; individuals in a1 the .spdrt,. amber of points for athletiol
eaft ward given by-the pIt.. and general :'xcellenee.
kobbe. 4napny cases I-f ha "-.iei.- tey Bttali wll
eome out on tp',u .compe tti continue ny tha-wleadersbip f
as is witnessed byi ahct 4tha. Lti Col, G'... McKevy, its b
Battery "A" is the cuue HId- taUon commander,, to maletin
er of the Lifeliner T-rophy, ..... its standing as superior wgill-
yearly award giyenhyt he post- -iltn and to live up to Its mot-
of Fort Kobbe to e company to- ._.n of Courage."

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Sthe men In alert
Is eertanly not the

WAiGTON (UP) The ned United States diplomatic posts conduct of United States fore
irst oa a series of special exami- abroad, the Cifil Service provided r e I a t i o ns, the committee
Snatos to recruit qualified persons personnel for departmental work eluded.
for ty organized and expanding M Washington.
S U. reign service will be held The special written examlnat
-in 0- cities throughout the nation This dual system, according to June 24 will be followed by
onA June 24. Charles E. Saltzman undersre., other in December and there!
Reorganization plans call for the tary of state for administration, will b held once a year. To
addition of about 2,600 officers in . blocked an advantageous in-
the et two years to bring the terchange of skills and experience
foreigserviPe to a strength of ap- between the foreign service aLd
proxlmatelyI$oo career diplomats. th headquarters brganization as
The reorganization program, represented by the civil service
based on recommendations of the staff" and contributed to "atdmini-
Secretary of State's public com- strative malfunction."
mittee on personnel (Wriston Com- As a result of their findings, the
mittee), is designed to make the committee recommended that the
goreiag service ".. a more ef- foreign service and civil service
fective instrument for the conduct above a certain level of emloy-
Sof United States foreign rela- meat be integrated into one foreign
tions service officer corps.
The 'committee, looking into the
organ Ution of the foreign service .In addition to the enlargig of
last year, found that it was one of the foreign service departmental
two distinct and different persn- staff, the Wriston Coimitte re-
5el goman Mn within the part- omm ded that overseas stffsh
m h t of ate. brought up to strength. They fo
Whie the Preign service man- thbt 1,A5 foreign servito officers,
the number now serving, were to
Sfew adequately to re t *
S with-which relations aR m aI .
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eais faaslon thlee seail (sushb em a old bel).l blasp, as shown at top right. Cut
adi ssvagvlvy. Mater. saitlcoti or pj(jir to. ,osle from wood wth jig or cop-
., "9 9 lS t e S tq **. . --t a w .re e a n d -to e
S ...bber s.raps wtb w taplef. Cm eat
orlii~st Ba outsaHe -ny to nsole,.

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People who are. late are
- m mh jeoer thaW uthe p6ple who.
have w- -.-- tOwn
4. Age of t af. as boy whob 2
minm was 28 when be was bo
a,5 who bw says that she is
A t
vlsie: owIythgle.
I. ae ides of Manch.
It Is better to aeep ---
mouth shut a ,d e be thoult
a fool than open it and re-
move all doubt.
9. 1620 Army time.
S10. In November 1937, *Cor%
was bow old?
11. There is only --- ,vy to
-J dm uaff s ncme t,'true, to 1K1

Atn' a- The value t
| bip *114 fell eOAIret beesuse
the other one Id too much
nea o, ..-,
It. Two, before the nuubser o
Original states.
1. Bubtract I froS 100 consecu-
tively. What remains?
3. Bllsard ot -- .
8 L.ugh The SorId ws made
gld-- e s d

sows -Lughte O, oft*/*
A toutil
Is there noew fa of
Sadao "F
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,.4. Dea and a quarter.
6. &zl We of tribes of IsraeL
8. 'JGaus plus a wt .
9. Bw many es must be insert-
ed i each, to make words. blh;
10. Mile a minute plus mfte.
12. Spanish Proverb: If you sq@
vexed ot angry you will have
- trouble. Instead of ..
15. How many letters are f t.
ed in the spelling of the I tSW
city in California?
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W that earn be (ormed with
Sfiftten le 1tter sramblet d
SabIVe ? You'U th sutOMd whem
you find out, for tb longest en-
Us teae Mown to- man an be
formed with 'ust thee letters
used only qpce.
It tbn't necessary to out out the
letter ta oader to find out what.
the s te. Just copy them
on a sheet of paper ad eques
each one out as you use IL
o umeR eron a usnoet eSql o ie
-a ..oej agjd oJ. f:seWq
eno so sc eqs s a-tJ .

I Qu- Thirds
Al pbonse have a
corili of coins, upa-
cifdcaly qcprt The total value
Is less thn 4 dollars. They
want- to ombie theb into ope
sum of money and sput it three
ways. with oe shalr of the sumn
going to their brother Arthur.
If Alphonse gives nue, quarter
to Alonam then both will have the
same amount, but If Alonao'gives
one quarter to Alpheonse, thap
Alphonaa will have twice as much
as Aloiso. However, If Aiphonee
then would give half of his quar-
teor to Arthur, each of the three
,boys would hrve the miune
Thit being po, how much
money would each then haves?
Vifnib U.Ie eumlqd
-tv pm uTaunb ,ADy p4q ozOiT
In" DID IT *J 1iop *aO :eauuy

someone else
and see how long
it cakes them to
ge --.-
What state be-
gs with ";"
and bas seven
eu e NaS lslVy

Dee Dee

could gums I .J
this doodle's
meaning even 1
without a due .
but we always /
provide clues to -
this little known
exercise. a __ _
It really doesn't I iff
matter what the 2 i 1
thing at the top
is, although con--
Identially it' a -
"turlion"-a eeos between a turkey and a capon.
A quite large bird, indeed.
And the mUidle- Object is obviously a cake. But
what kind ?
Chocolate? No.
Angel rood? No.
Picalilll? Who ever heard of a piccallUl oake!
No, it's Just a large cake.
Now we arrive at the cUlmax. That little bowl be-
tween the salad spoon and fork contains the answer
you have been seeking. What's in the bowl ? Note
it's rather s"all.
It's only-fair to state It's a kind of salad. Tuna
fish? -.almon? Sardine? No, but there's some-
thing ishy about It, naturally.
Give up? See solution below.
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bit@ sbqU9hi and

ka uy Ppattbew o
pUmeS.M Wild dingo do*%,-phtlmn;t and other
aninw. I.kmight add they ab barking lizards,
-eIeud- rodents, deaf, dumb and blind moles
and ,sh that breath air ..
oIvu ," csaid Mel. "You seoe to know a lot
' aopt IAst4all but you're wFrog 'about one of

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TaWA wyProgramming
TW ascertain sum Johnb ice took away a third
andput in itt place O0. Frum the resulting
sum he took away one-fourth .an4 put 570 in Its
place. Then he had $130. What was hisoriginal sum 7
*JUsiop *Aj\-JQJ se n1 )j macayV

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eout pages
aglpin es.Il rea aki

AONTINUING ist of select-
ed or reAest "kow-howe" for
ome ,raft4smen and ho. bit.
Dictionary of. Geology, by G.
W~Hmaus (Penguin, 18 p.: 50c).
Orgnal publication of a pocket
companion for the out-of-doors
man with an interest In geology.
Th UIllutratons' are too sparse
for it to be of general reference
Savory Berbe, Culture and Use
(Ogvt. Printing Office, Washing-
ton: N6. Al-9-1977. 38 p.: 15c).
What varieties to grow, how to
cultivate them,, and their many
uses in. cooking and In the house.
llomeaUds GaNe, by Arthur
IL Lawson (Lippncott, 266 p.:
2,50).1 A home playground, any-
one? Here are working drawings
and instructions for making out-
door and indoor recreational
equipment for both children and
Cooling by &le Garden Calen-
dar, by Ruth A. Matson (Double-
day, 258 pages: $3.50). Mrs. Mat-
son, who writes as lovingly and
enticingly of old-f&shioned food
as Belir Lutes, knows that cooks
are enabled to achieve their mas-
terpieces by gardeners who also
are artists. Many dishes are at
their best only when the "fix.
inga" come directly, prime ripe,
from a good husbandman's plant.
bush or tree. Mrs. Matson pre-
scribe. a combination of the en-
joyment of both gardening and
gourmandising in a truly inspir-
ing cookbook.

SPRING and summer are times
for suburbanites to putter
around In the garden. Perhaps
they can glean a bit of Inspira-
tion from this crypt by Ovid. the
great Roman author. Object Is to
decode each letter until the sen-
tence is restored to It original
Cryptic hint: Two-letter words
can be helpful to the crypt sleuth.
tYou'll n na "it," "is" and "in"
among those included above.
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are breath-tak*.
Ing whether per-,
formad at a
party or for your
own amusement.
You'll see whata
we mean when
you try thes:
PIrst, place a
small disc. of
paper on a flat
surface and hold
a 4glghtly larger.
coin about an .
inch above it. Objoct: to get the disc to adhere to
the coin without touching it by hand.
Here's how: Poll a sheet of ordinary paper into r .
a tube. Wrap It with tape to keep It together. Blow
strongly through the tube directly at the top of the
coin. Air blown past the coti will force the disc to
rise (see above).
Blowing a cork into a bottle Is another trick of
the sa me type. Place a cork In the mouth of a mlk
bottle and challenge someone to blow it In. To -
the .aurpnse of anyone who blows hard, the cork
will fly out instead of in. In this case, air blow u
past the cork into the bottle to compressed inside
and forces the cork out. The trick here is to blow
gently with your mouth as close-to the cork Mas-p D.
sible or to use a tube, as described previously, pldc-
ing It close to the front of the cork and blowing
gently. The cork will move forward gradually.

Shade-O-Grapbh Poser

CRAAMALUD ntUS -dawing arw sufficient letter
'- to ,spellt the tames f at least seven aninmb l
Letters ns bi b used mbre. an once tot differmat
a a m q s '" '
S asW.E- d I 'othespace of the'letters I
.a 9 of their animals, ts picture will klpp.
Wh-clWef-lUl ti fopmu to ftid out, but wse'lU gA
you ?this. of a Ists~ bIoring 1 gene.
either 40e-. gray.
Bee sIf -T an tnserable the names of
seven animals first, then find the one that's hidden.
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HnzRoi fA. EatIt. 8:7) 4B-Waterway.
HU5AL 0S-He asked. "Am I my brother's 40- hoehaean Indian.
I-The falling star buried as keeper?" (Gea. 4) 51-Vesge
though it were whetT (Rev. 66-Bogs.I 5- of creature.
s810) i7-He was arodite (2 Sam. S-growlng ou
I-Bblca "hgh place" Mak. 23:?^ 6
.W)"- -69-Allowance for waste.
10-Puppet 70-Marked by time.
14"-Ldan. 71-Ooze.
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ffm--i n2J l-roer ear tha t IL- L 1 .I a
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3-Prisoner relea-ed la place of
Jeus (JULt. a.2)
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1i-One of the trails of Israel
(Num. 1:41)

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2- JUST A HAM-A playful porpoise seems bent on taking the play away from other
underwater creatures as a diver photographs the sea inhabitants at Marineland, Fla.

BROKEN NOSE-A three point landing-the wrong way--brought a damage crew on
the run after the nose landing gear buckled on this plane at New York's LaGuardia
airport. None of passengers and crew members were injured. Plane skidded 50 feet.


DOWN TO EARTH-The Dulke of Edinburgh,. wearing a
mine wor ker's outfit and carrying a lantern, leaves a mine
elevator in Rhondda, South Wales, after an inspeqtton tour.


w! ON THE DUSTY TRAIL Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson walks cautiously
S-- through a dust-filled field near Walsh, Colo., during his tour of the dust bowl areas.
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IN GOOD STANDING-Dr. William Womer of Chicago
checks the X-ray of Ruth Williams in the hunt for "Mi.,s
Correct Posture of 1955." Mjss Williams, a model, won tiale.

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" hoop-rolling contest will be the first of her class to wed. but 21-year-old Anita Raci-
,t oppi, this year's winner, i.n't even engaged. Anita is an amateur golf champ, fellows.

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This cryostat and auxiliary equipment weigh three tons.
IS your family moving to a
new location this year? If
so, don't think it's quite a big
job, at least not when com-
pared withhe one under-
taken by Westinghouse lab-
ratories. They are moving
some 50.000 pieces of equip-
ment (10,000 of which ar
major items) from Forest
Hills, Pa., to nea by Churchill
Borough. Schedule calls for
500 trips, or an average of
one trip .cveiy hour for thiee
months on an cight-hour
working day ba.is. Take the
ci yostat, lfo. ejmple. It's a
king-sized ii.li _eiator that
plunges templIctuies down
to 450 degiceI Fahrenheit be-
low zero. It weighs about
6,000 pounds. It occupies the
space necessary for six aver-
age home kitchens and re-
quires about 1.000 feet of
plumbing and wjiing. It takes
six men and four weeks to
disconnect and reconnect it.
Feel any better now, movers? Sensitive microscope goes al

MAKES THE FRONT PAGE-Sam G lna emn. unernmuonar news rnotos cameraman, re-
Seeives the New York Newspaper Guild's 1954 graphic art "Page One Award" from
" Gaild President Joseph Murphy {(le) in New York. Photo showed former President
SBuarry S. Truman and James C. PatriUo, mudcin's union bead, taking a bow.

TIME FOR TULIP S-Rita Landman oafrIng 'Island, in the I
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Defense Ztrry WlsoO

tmi bomber. he bl t i g
I-52 ato c 6ntaerlc R -6 a '"h s41
out t.isf-l: I sIh +, -

p0 ,nes..
The Reds also displayed n'a flight t- o tir tpe -w -

The fear Is that the Russians have iaybs .W .0 f
.twotype btomber. na. realace ithu -s.'at woul b aout t t k I f lus it t

make Our reserltov f de r -if o-2emiS e ch a no btatbp:
or les useless. The o have bee, ;. as o.. ." -. f
39.."'"ommolecsnt fo sme' tis..ome. 'letoIou B-647..-.e+'"ust,,-, -kor- t,*iime.
e ..t"*-mia q &as

adolescent for some time. Tx-igh Z an d military people willag 4 e a off all or a return matleh if
Tem a*nh MD Stot vin h e puto on the line nunSbered m when the 1t ClN deesnt - Iphraes it 'ck
premier moe tD.ohDiel of th l se.r As uon toted up its final t. These le wO
m He Ores erted rl.aev al' .fe I ._ $r o -- ad o"I l-r' Wwltk i nt-, tioh, e .

.ffloials on ch --ug 6!e oman r bn ofr. ..nthe s. Teetoaned o W fpl at re a ~o vrte t ...

oeders. This looks like clear hvebeenZ o l "IFake I.t t.x
sotimately intends to 'proclaim T .-fihtrepuinZonabla.d Um l the C0nal Zone tt-eff ea"I -ofpa i a return f .ahIta"
The Premier N IA has a Diem of outh Unite tates wek's on the Dn mbMowh: (1) antlO-V lti md It a- ho I-u -t
later's meeting with South Vietoam to disus the bra e Iion oted up Its aleAf th chdren who .O. 1L
*o':r.try's future. rh i galrpftdy h lainefrat ..^08 Si d th o wMU be 't gqrt sond Ube ra or maake; says

eion of the Geneva armistiPce iar i engrovr ef mt f !. At tha t Om ath sneoeta ill be piven _ree only wi e into, t.thee

ke the Un ited States, outh Vietnam feto va e.ace. the StbM *aPiea It. (2 th) ee-y-.t er 1 n '

esntThisGeookasmieSticet8'ohmale ^^g^nele-I m
Jeid 5d eat aksI t e b ds to rd he seel- such. somtlhir. i e sc, Sula te by Ctn a nted@e 0at, .. .

nh Premier aure has inated rance would P ts and le were a b wacky. The bitd left er edr ro e uo-
Lied the Uni toen l ta td as, orthe Die na o .f s he -tedh- -e s gn one p i"tatin a eag t 9.

thre Idino way tofel hmgent in eelation Io c n the ain wh iblepr eelpk pted bo something the oClu' ej lae more t
iTo of ithue. c Itmoee taneshe ab t l Ch- l
ra and he United 4Statee w"ert._ a W t. ry.ds e t t e.a

The broadcast .also quote hou as saying thwt the M ol t a f I
irtaon may be viewed with "hope." an et Cont t' .
ot o a- o e eiea seon h a emati, withet aM rieak. .n ut .e l. the at.-ti.iaM
Little "Bin Pour stalks failed to br eak the Berlia a- iL . al.
te Puniication election e isther bncanaeds W1ul orve pof ut- Crtitt. include",n arge of ee; t. runS b-RIO : 1df L.-. .o 4 u.ni.. de

tondome blockader. Tw death s saddened Zdavhn One was that Ise abes l

Thef Western Big Thre t n a e thmbgenine toeo r threowmer ldeJznemer who had bteo*d r t..aetSS -
the.Idian government 'irrots ando~ffice reporte.tto wot ere & abou Wao s hel b b ilo. ett.i pi e*s dr ujely

urany meti i ou th hie Soviet Ambas sadr to Con.Lounisi hardisease A art a took the tlcie rno a.at o e',. i on..
east eunapny at the Soviet EmbCasy In oerlan. They water b. Nte po. leto sth prevent omedlne a m tat t p i
proposed thaothe 1-letold tax boostoni Wca ter trucks adl qulf an davhii Won ode t to eaal one. He will beosa g.WX'aIRo ism
rollrngt nto l West Bu o berlin should be turned over to ere b ed Ar gton Ceme e, th* 1 fig ter cL hrehSee
a an experts eor ettlement. t**t* b otec uso _. t .I _.- of t e ----'-.p If 6 at S
There a nowaytalo forethemgenuineaslectionsaIngthhe I twlW e94!hI .Us WO Imi t haOp..j.sw V= -

Russiat n Ambassador a. w Pushkin.a said the prob a C u iJ m yTw
exon s up to bCommuni te at German authorities and e l o
e tnh o nse mierle. Pou rthk si s.le t. renao t ore Bear tdea wwrs t1t ay ..T heb at s e o:+ the.t ,
The Western e Ambassadon refused to be manenv. Steg an torise io e p

ed. They said they would turn the bainby blockade Tepver t Goreee Ne^ lda le! pr.meie X gt d
o their thgovernments probably for highto er lev n e they t s iqsartledinvalona or Cr antbal ZHi 3 '
oe nation with Russia. hOu e ed riberd i. A..AIc d .c .bg.of. t9N-
ne- por t senti e rable ti men .zo .and o ....d -_ we . ne s i e t
omhen s0inut ComunS. t r M urm on ao _, ietoms and ato

The. nedeian. Se.Whren e it anlyo to Westoere'.pig ort s tel iad rteri ray b o ia nm ns ,tne ,. f hnswgo y t e es .t
f etheow es ing ronti e ating wi M Rr egat Lo o ef -f o ill. Ith e.fer -1 h I .e t. .
Thnero f oe tin ha e b oad astfomN to z CelBy shi thehii .. ..A. ndb on eocap a in a n.. .ner. .*d ': .hp .., gin ,.; ,u l k p An p t
many. .al^0vei z.., o1w reve....ea-ib. alt^
t e a thi. a co up. _r ra ther a d. .--.O 9 h-- We seamte A nad e m ee ont ba s
e y saId they should ta r thoe u .n b y ora trck .er. . e. jp
ano the erm ntsv sellt prement ro gh ve Inanel o ai lt s.on ant e.
.a.atim on t Wt se us Phaaoruc, tS ,. e tesI' enbr 1 a e ft

ATaeris cTic o nsier Pon or aanndAeia salute ao Th D A iuChod teanlealt eoret h et
aed w mas eto ney t n w e toand f lter wo sml The .ocidrve deam to sb s ,hrat enre, hi -f By, "
t n .'eone micblocad_.Todat thsOM. o d4er sj werenn o .

onn witiththheiea p hnas' a r t h esta aie. .sb yo h ie -l a Q
I-' 1 seasei vs nv t toeuvod ifs flyst jiii4e4 lA &&4. -G -k
Zang"Salut toa esvi tlet *v named *din. s e a oz tP* prvetie mo P eW
pronoe crt thIraedtheI o.l c bhestn' erfectli av ne d o A.Ja maia dsi repoo no C Z nn. e. -w ll w
Pa ling ed ol hedorlndito an hndbed o t b I tonW nW w ,, ,,, , "

Ruti ahel wassIrraed by so e of.teFP r cs h aui en cd e. prob. ep e i,0 Q a e =e l s. d
,er said twhy shu l ha ve s ho wn .'* ,^ *- m, w te te u p a ." . p, n fo. r d.ma .s.S cSSW m*A1ILI d ma "w" e

.hlr t .en-y ea -o S n"o da Sl oss nte CiTy, fo. th- hve' .... ,. . Sunk
Missouot a be yteelse.i t aended ,fnrjlvo -ow teain tasM ai.rIu _t h h -

the west Into negotiate with theby ReedreeegaimeunoGa..,mn an the s h of tOwhat went
Two rhe Wite gouse d to behei nd ato e -411 dlaan a, ep7,
&wod se n. T hey maath el Wila A tw t. *Gibs onltheoca rdi oba J an Io ue ainl d ip -iU 'c" g th e& mu s rl a exad O'
ithei r, uldhe rnmh oent u -foekrp..rt bably tat- wy or- s-t1141
E ? B t d a e ars. wait ,Russi-"a. .we hr r r '.-^- be. -7-

Prane astes t thniquhe s 'ut e f b on a vh n t o -t an il . .... .-f- .. .. J a M y ,- e h
genh O aowder pco rfomd at the itNaAmower- The told seven ePived t gunm.eenograbbedt them awI", -Esau-.-:
UrWweir i. A a,1 .%,. ,be sat roun and w for e inie,
word"Saledt Fan viceat esie s. .. .i....SM. ..onas". .levi.oopen-w .....m
-ori t ogpr wi t hh b bo i L aek th cy enteee: th vau..
On asedT the gar g sta'ys-ped beciyd atte 9- t.,ousanddlar.&0Dand to hr i
.Wo home .. ..hey h"ediMrs W d dh to a Th dv.oWo' o:_ .b
But twas Imrr tat -by ot t o o..pfe dWod aesiec e d.od _- 1,-, ..,' .
Me said.they...ou wthae --oowupi-rmvld an the-l r. oo uod n 4rmeo I a G-.u m eoo".,~ ..

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iGv'ermeo t has t6l th .N. It would consider spliting 4p witwh
Israel the delitaeM jzd ones (upper rifbt) sloog, the Syrian- 1
b ordeV. ir three. bits .of lad -totaling about 155"
{ *are m, IB lb been "b. -spa' of lad'sh over watpr
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*'pi saet jiler right) .Jaapqvwqt agMed Bldh in ms
t0 JenpaeiSn 4Are. Ab Amerlean w-'kllWe there gently. The
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246 MADIfoM Avl. NfW*Vol. (17) N. Y.
FoR elk MONTHS. IN ADVANCE .8e -t.
on PO OE VEAR. IN ADVAN"G 16.50s 24o

Three Poemr
ee, Oe M.

By Archibald MacLeish i
And here face down beneath theip
And here upon earth's noonwardpheighl
To feel the always coming on
The always rising of the night ';
To feel creep up the curfing east
The earthy chill of dusk and slow
Upon those "under lands the vlst
And ever climbing shadow grow
And strange at Ecbatan trees
Take leaf by leaf the eWhg sat e
The alooding dark about their knee
The mountains over eorala change
And now at Kermanah the gate
Dark empty and the Itbqred grasm
And through the twHight now the late
Few travelers in the, westward pass
And Baghdad darkerh at. thie Bridge
Across the silent, river orgonl
And through Arabia te edge
Of evening widen and steal on
And deepen on Palmyr*astreet. ,
The wheel rut in the ruined stone
And Lebanon fadd out and Crete
High through the clouds and overblown
And over Sicily the Mr.
Still flashing with the landward gulls
And loom and slowly disappear
The sails above the shadowy hulls
And Sain go under the shOde
S t" African the ndedMid '{-I
And evening vanhs asid udto more
The low pale light that land
lMo new the lopg ig tn the sea
And here face downwai In the saun
To feel how swift=_ cretly
The shadow of the ht comes on...

A poem should be palpable -md mute
As a lobed fruit
As old medallions to the thwab
Silent as the sleeve-worn stone
Of casement ledges where the moss has grown-
A poem should be wordless
As the flight of birds
* A poem should be motionless in time
Ak the moon climbs
Leaving, as the moon releases
Twig by twig the nitht-entangled trees,
Leaving, as the moon behind the winter leaves,
Memory by memory the mind-
A poem asbldbe motoonless in time
As the moon climbs <.
A poem shoUld be equal to:
Not true -
For all the history of grief
.%n empty doorway and a maple leaf
'Paor ieve .-
The leaning grasses and two lights above the asa-
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The Washington Merry-Go-R(id

ALBANY Shortly after Aver-'anorthoeg new, governor of New ham, also or Washington. as his
ei Harriman became governor of York. The r hol the majority m pirsona se retary.
New Ycrk last January ite bot house of tee egis re A arebrightyo libra
O t e leck 01 Schenectady, Be- t tI ve made it pr And the factthat a multSlS
bl.cab spclrker of the ti. As- iouh. And Harriman, ista '.ire overnq who runs the a
setbly, ove to the governors ha been l M gh with Ine. fPaciffe RaoanM with director .
niasmio tot a social visit. I ev ertbel.r they've come to sips i tn tl s Central, Wesa
S uresot him, and manyety to tI eru UnUion, and Wall Street b*ai
MAX41 ssued Aqe:* of osurnolte aos pi h itcitol i nior beauty =tGnethip should a ntD o
cfleei. v pie ees GO cam- ors thospitaly,, but be fu eaorry.yNed New ale
paiga propajada an lst Hlarri- iis u'einay Mia iedp .
man during t1 eC g days of the a,
campaign and almost defeated You can't help respecting and Harriman, however, stuck to hisa'
anm. ,Aweve_ the n6 .Demodra- ha ng .tan waois anevotealy uns. His tAiner was wa e os t ..
Cc governor Invited g around a c P atag his time to working fr eat ralroi.plonerts of An4i
to 1e % or'.1s manX10 anyway. sb 1 state. Harrman tais sami tnat ac, consider many '
YOU i thesis istrstt-t time 1oney to wok ai tL problem Mor. B tl: most h scs's 'u- re.a
years as.s eaker t hat roversuat And wileS thi tNi otras has been liberal and
S1invited to-,Te gover- iouad4 tie -pomal at tow andlabor. His coal anaes in Wyo
o. i mansion for other than a *hie some with w o w take F.Se erditoa e5by Lewi as -
business conference. ~: extrM J p oo admMnu.tetrrs, 1hv ite best safs y t-ecorl
tI even ~e ln eptulieams Mc tell aft- he USA So despite howls ef p
It helped that Spr kr Heck cr working w.th.arriman auit ne st from the Kepublian Le Isla-
,.n other Republican leaders had really mean l it. tuareiHarrimaB stuck by the fiber.
been caled i~ Sunday nights -by, _a cabinet he wanted and finally
aepublkat Governor Dewey and Whean Haapa, first, appointed ,rot t 'onfirmed.
gives o~ers. There was ltle eon- I'aul- opleby, a former Henry
it'ftatio. aink o. entertaining at i.auCe assa~ci ., as &e.,u-tr 0o ,, ARIMAI FOR PR3SIDENT*
te govraor's manside in the Dew- ha budget, a howi ,ot anguish went
e- regime. .up, from rtepuoac*n ean uers. But There have been few governors
t- teyve now. g' to know Appleby Of 16w Yom in-rexcent x ers who
Harnlan ass chan all that. m4 GOP boen Autin W. ErWn of save not beer candidates fr Pres-
Other New Vork GO legislators Gznesee County, chairman of the t!nt. -a% most of toeve-e .ept
have been surprised- but pleased finance commnee, Tinds Apleby for De4ey tad Al Smith have
to be .Avitea to Inch or dinner no starry-eyed visionary, It a ieen eiecv'e
with the young-looking Democrat -, ht-Jtat*d prcileal budget direc-
x.no now governs the state of New Lor. Thay get along well together. That' why every oUdcal prog-
York. r.csticlsnr in the cOuniry has seeB
The eity oi Albany has also been .NW DEAL AIE8 askd whether Governor Harr ,
.irpaisd to fee the new governor man would be li.st uDean ratie
aai.kin-, downtown with bi-i don. There wera also howls of an- nominee I asked the qutstiunm l
.ualfly he alkta towork. Dewey uish h- BNarriman brought in .rrim.n Jirec
idn't k thal .Wen he was ready Iradore a. former R..ve,-
to go o the Catol a telephone Truman Dealer as hi com- *If I have ay political ambi-
-esagn warne te guards to be mssiomer lf ladustry a t I'hor, t, ie replieu 'it is to o such
c. the i.ert to welcome his imou-. hen appointed Phrl Kaise, job as governor that te people
me' a escort !im to hisoff'ce. f lier aWaq. secretary of la New Vr tate will reelect me
Le xas s sti U and formal in mi undlmer.~man. to supervise hip as'
ft 1&wey regime as the brtl he oldster pro.emi; and Ed Dck-
au the governor's msae*h. Iuon to the old Mutual Security at. of coure was the usual
H.mAR ,+MAN ,WORKSA Admrinatrtkn. o bebisSW..er ,oftcal ans-oer. But privately I
ScARIerAN WORS ARD m and JMathan I- a rt ed tuat arrinan will t
th t bt a candid-te if his aid friend
fi Mdv M otswhen Mt e I .04 4evenson wants to rn.
IS i is*.so eeis ; dlal has first call andhe
SIS E %ill a i vebgn him ali hld s port.
his a two wir da however. AverAlU had a talk witO
ak Nep oMe 0" them given to t Ald aeLut a. month i wh .
tv Ran' GQelhar. femnr o Sfor|alhl I- l' warned h m to- ms bt
qh' .Of Autria anda the -igg ram* m5 e not laveT the Deoit-
"e da6muvea e a home undo.. I ,.tic "iaw- up in the air t at e
IA wIe eN a llers mater. ,t !a. . '".
C I AD And -rAduas uMes net t not
hk = 9Me Ba .C eanI evkt ow n ar.
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Brti Brdaiti oany e ft sweerin day be ceiling and said wousour for iv

lto Tht's' 815 aaltes to.* This tion was dieted by of the y hrtthe cl, report never move into it. T.ere' nw itated SS has eagge ,
Sthe ea. The arve hich stores so the Senate recent.

I .employers newsmen or the gov such historical documents s the g.e the senators a chance to

The RBC allocate the total nm ment me pot out t* Hot eam was still coming in e situation made a ut ue test call their wives and ski a a
r oora01 npho bot Brisshe iakh asn'tJor to the beowtor' t When the cof. darring te reitt opettom wen ey
i a orere. reported that t.e. C.O- plaint was mvestlgated, it was blastli t a sak o emim e biggest favor you can d r
ale. T-e, lato r. M. esa oeip. s d aasre tploeed b sb t ahe at poe al,e dport-ectnever move inpanttoit. ppere's inow a vault cretat o hsthmerae SlaelS

the bs re o teComstrte hetudtg te steam ipes to be veral hunaredd thet from tp ex Weeks rty.hen you isexplabt his offl e t

c TheisI a sf tr eetlreassontr h--- ktpt open ot a certain date, re- plsiig to determine what danger adk him about the Ug red fla
camp&*.'.there have been several late see
S m one p s a bj rdles. o f t..ae weather, IThe U.is forS. arc wholves which storessims o the Senate recently. It .
ea se he o pro o t was with e newsmenor the gv-After a quick top -level meet. documts douriumeng a posile as the ve the senators a chance to
..r ......l e PibthB ratic a... ..e ooaet o ueladiator. cornnthec-= e rrecet entticwhn ten t ta.rece
Ltun a _e e a .up rourees rep ored at the, Ceo m-laint was investigated, it was. blast. t a sack of emi-Im The L hggest favor you can d-
tian 'e. r t niorla ve5 r ate1 9A rW u at dex~ ne a u rd. that a wa tilyr n ide di nentdlprast on e malt a ernia vaes tcl t he w a ratta, o f Commerce S nlir -
ad r a TV shot of u aou ste atidne. It put the heat on bursteam piracy. to e sverated nhe aperset from the eeks n you isit his office
rc '.and three tlefeas sm. __r/ A kept ope UliW a certain date, re- ed, and to dt prminebably w hat danger i fringe about the i lared a
S halt hour and two orm gdlesribf tthine toathiho .ro sraesd up her sial there isut further a wole collection of hich stars whet to his desk. a big
ec, l sell the e osrat. Soat was 'ath the except After a quick top -level P eet Me vdocumerse this during reposart e of the . i ae Ite bt l ene d
all br out Br ikr. The Cones sed c n ee s g g ralaton moe into ters was ctoanged. flystg acks hel army job his dad, John Wingate Weeks
S air e ,e Liberals iran u v uall the craft. aus a a ayrlile bungalowthe presArchives after the re tion it cau-Presid a spet Harl ng.
From Diss TV shot of 13 urnalist Day, ay s am an ti.d ar. It, put th--e eat ft bureauray. ratedhe pers were not dam-
minutes eaci-_.,,, was ta .Cmmunils cpntrolledt A remark by famed hostess :zed, and that ft probably will not It's fringed, has.four largew=l0p -. 4
tc Is calledai stin a tlah Eekrical Worlers. whoGwen Cafritz tme other evening no necessary to build new vaults. astrs in each corer and 13 .
-aa a... vrt. wM.Y. or more. j. ntrlbt .pm dn to the produce mway end up costinal her social foe Lut further evaluatinsis might re- er stars which circle a big A,,
eBC pra a re under orders of ,'re excepttl.dpa.t" giving rival Perle Mes-verse this eai r t. lo the U.S. in the entry.
S u 1 %n anu vote rDebat fasto Dep te trial swia e se t te aboui$UO. The White Ho may order Cl-lnification of the services and te .
S um anthe m news are bpaletln. forTha riirsnhCommunistri and iehish someone would tl me viiDefense Administrator Val PIdowngrp g of the secretary od
tle duration Ahr this wo l chaen ffeve w Perle s m to move into ltrscur to stop f yinghis beleop. army job, the p fl --
.n. other man wCp-aedtheswijt hae .ee t charming little bungalow welter after the bad reaction it caues r.sa s a special "flag..
Fron Dom isutoln Day. May 5. dSati 8am. AnFur ial.' P a n r... ...... ..... .... ... __". ,
tc PoWing DayN0 days in all -r.a the strike foe almstta month
NEBC polrans are under ordersI

dua anCwl ,e., eff.vpartL i .W alter Winchell In New YorK
sit co0-417, whed commercia-TV, job for the kaselans--e speelaym ,-.0
i- ~i launc.ile.late this fall..... whippiPn up labor delegations to ---" 1
S- China an d Ruesai. The party gets RAN ABOUT TOWN |c.ol'm over a year ago, and whica in Years) buys dnly hats and 4
T _he British Codmuns.Arty1up the personnel from among sym was dilcountrd by several oracles loves. "Gotten so round little elsoe
lias put up 16.a Pa ttetS eU r.Amoent trad e.union T The Ame-ican League prexys covering the Capitol and Whit. fits'...Visitors to the Palace of .
o.T arutinent._ h t_ 1iA Isat 0 suecrl ISoviettunits as tb may deny it but insiders hear thev, House.. .Soon after nearly all re he Slain king get jwe'd cige
S;h .Labor party iau an mult. "Gorky Areos .Trades Council' raid $50 000 to Mrs. Ted Williamp pcrted "there might be something eases plus other trc et value. o
- the So. 9ter .s pr6ter tp the ascpd ti itationso And toe bo s a a settlement.. .J. J. Astor's "o it.". .The White House. com- The Xavier Cugats, frinstance. y
a S bores winm ad thus i~ ev-' are off This has reached y uch current distraction is model June nest (about the pollo vaccine and -
frained from wide n3minstions foi'j oroportions coat the British Trades 1bomas ..The Rita Gam husband olio-ticians that the "w hole 01
fear of tl ? the lab. vor l nUtouo CLongcas (the. AL of Eng& Lumwt reconciliation try wouil trouble was the pressure on scien- Eddie Burke owner of "Ded-
and jLV. Conservatives a l nd) had to issue a boolt wm et ignite.. Susan Hayward's sul.'t sts to spied things up" -was cite" (it runs the Presakess a
*, g mf i .-...isbto__. st e t to _!h. !ide atemp' i was stew-stuff. Prac other confirmaion of our warn- a Dark Horse), brought his str
o- Spi ot L.f. pr .apa, -. ,A a seem out of her upeom- W'gs a year before.. .From the of over 30 theroughbeds to
S. 0p outte crackpots, Brit is merelSy wat.g fertma ils Ilm 'Dir Cry Tenmorrow".,. headla last week: "Ike Admits mount. He has six others rated as
awPlat evser can-Itvorable moment to turn the Pals 'wader f Hal Hayes' trip iVaccine Released Too Soon".Asl 'leepera" besides Dedicate.. .
i.er ametS p same techniqueon the us- was-to sate, with Webb & Knappl Which col'as elled a year ago Btike -e e played with e BeeM
han d eke ffi his nomiW e merely leaow Babs Hutton to April?. .T.he ic.nehe of theC.jtls *ade a fore in Tex .
Ife is b .etdor haks we, d sy So 'at It's twisfants (boys) for, week was provided by Gen Frank ed.. .Art oWrs SPever 4 .
i theeitr i v reim s& Diii Jort.. d- d' te My Beonebtta. He leffed nowley. ow a vice chancellor as southern beto, DerrIs a
dsoe .at, .Ma m? ans .out. o I our country via "e."sug .y-.Lady of Shady Lane"... NTU. He if trme d a Senate local Girl Friday.. .Art Woodstde
back".if nott pounds go to the' fr industry When '.~-oe ous. 'Lnesstark nekkid photos ofet Juhe. comm: "Delense is not good. I'to Variety -, and bled e amt
Scmmuni.ty.. -.- 'up -. waterfront byWeatt, Wn o .. Juel 1st issue of.never wins. You can't even win a Theo atele coo at eedtal Mi ,me
A ~, D tt U. Rs., i Rneans begas n *e) were snapped by'tarl that w ." I the Keyieoam. (She may be
Af h sa a at'- their raw f-s here. g og ubser. ..Larg e One!). talger Ida Jamos
tavirl .tnubofp o eope we aalon then is a minimimi olsae ta i Mola o l:t fcan a ltia u It' 'sMa "h'..s l
i.a o.mmnist. ithe f7br ssmeto ...bar-and1f Sc. aa ln
l. embet thp tas in d the Ub bales o Sov ermine.. ink a :t aolI s M. aM ar ayO (o he.at-ad ) tells *or ,S am r .
S .We are bure wih ,a Comn- j able-the expnease ts a fo mg..tming Iher ath Century-Tox friends he hopes- _ex- fe wed a SS sd ) _ag-
munials* according official FBI f.-m RasWa'q cold provnft--ar. i e traN iea goes. to court. Jcohn Mows ao WOBl Street. Hes im a% N Uetr a. (Ir
--rxagres. Here Scotland Yard han transshipped to the U.& marked Aay bharge mieading advertl offered the.u a new ear as a burit because a leadwi -
recoru of some 35.0000 Commu as Enj!u products. i,. Beasea s doesti't wear wedding gift. Wats to get off her nelian charged her twice r h
r.st party memberss and 3,000 min, saaat rIa a .mony ok. Oh was Maribt ee mother'q feal)D M writ an a
Yo.mug Communist League. I Thias ne a tremendous traffe now lodi of Chi society... Chilly cse o the acket for Pageant.
:: has always been the contend and our authorities know all' KniekerbokEr's 1stAss't (J. De a
S ti of J. Edgar Hoover that yo., about it. It is illegal under ou." "Ankles Aweigh!" did $40,100 on 'er) and Imely Remosda Orseill
S ant .'wuage OW danger of the-Com- "iVeacury laws but to stot it 4th weqk with no help from rlt 'Shoestrins Revue") r hold- mT. coiag a of the concrete at
n. i Itparty from its size. Wre would create ee fct with ik t~ ecrtisf. -The T h straight week ig out a 00w an boss. ne welgbeans ((which ,r
is London, specially, you can find mnerchauints. ', r uGa. Several seow the they're beioS . .American many an kmied m e worker) may -
- cetics unanimously raved sanbo.at,Weekly will bak its record .a6 fj olnwg at&a pre .
i e fei ug or mping. ."B. B -'advert -eveaue with the 3Juae 0 hat the contractors did not a
saidded M.i "-. 5-" offt t. lI ue. Broke it May athP reatest afllt ss tolef in-s ing
SHerewth nd sol.utn suday ~ s "T in ts rly i, a 8 r. Ra Cohn a ad ete ga .s array
le ,No,, W. puiiad today. sVega (Oh sore), If they wer mLUsts at the McCarthy-Army hea '5 ly by a k The h
S "Answer for r Apr self: ticket,. Vegas coud wait ipgs) have 'o.neflO in common. gas-drien carts (leaded with .
Answerfridy,Aa14 Nreviesaren Bothae arguing casesagain.t concrewteapperently were We
DIsC INUD. YTOUTH USUALLY "AD. D.Y. tickets pee .elib' same bh sterILhe, Note heavy to t e flrR st
n ON MORALE OF DeW jN" ely uus"ical a n l Ia ,ere..0eg. segmaunla of. bte ,u weak e40 r&
--PA Eilandee. Is "A. A.." wilich 's1 e#t: Suany. ,Gale ha ls us ch ta
S. ." e u iW PFink ama the tLan $0 a week aw -ad toe
"~ r-". _" _A s.e 1 e Red. ..lhenshe started (and vw* A leditn, noie firm ka ak
... k ? i^ iS..- te tween P$1e IaSa i An t he jitters because a be man pLO.
A '' I abbi6 Re-noles belongs- toi the. wek), wants ot at RCA Victor a, getting a aefty buldh (they
t 1 I of re Nazarene. Ve r) bereus. they -have too many,.irl st !earned: is a notorious map
a.e' n e and ZEdcajdo (tinsider5. ers. She says she's -aaingwmrister .Frot page awM aw ret a
argue) would have dIfficulty husbands so se mUt as wu udcordin. artist for a major Sem.*
.. reelug roliius differences.. ci nge everything. Happy poor-.pany (not RCA-Vice who recently
:. Wnlivers lt'l Pictres. whie th 'louse. Sauna! frppy'd a boy. His proper wie
late Serge Rubenstein tried to. take --nd kids might be annoyed byhv tr .
water (in a proxy fight), is ready The Cables: The Parme geon expense. .New York and Wa ,
Sng a film about is life end curme" iop brass had a Ball that ingtoo nneef-or*e4 are tcht-tcaig .,I
a murder ..Mareel Pagpeol has ett. -ceame the talkathetown.: 'Sget kbout the Torrid Affair between
Kr0Me fir "Fpanny" to date.. J WUik Mlephl (oae's At here in a gi on the Demo. Nat' Com.
SHT 4 ls Ke. dall Yacqa *. Fa'J) reportedly auth'd all the mittee .ad a aewspaperman's wi e .-
"g .-,, .Cldy a (saow "a .og 'yaries the cop arred. .The FPederalJ Grrd Jury inves- -
.~ l ... ".. Pl ewloped.Ji one of the fin public.. c.Cr-ista Sm dh, .rt- gatlg Harvey Matauow's case. ..,
4,'rew-C. us in Dalas explaining lab screen star. wyds author 7 arrierd several top ople mi
W;i:,imm sla '- .sesa Sk .jfeml W n van." Mer ichae, leak her decreee it-mer s fr Demoera Actio, .. []
lT -K* tl>4-Ja '..for a r., ', t ,al. AooBt t I _s ...c who ware : e .eMo scow
1.. ...^^***^. Jla l .ieam ie eart fiade'd ,ray: The West Ger-I.'nd Matutiw's iooe wh-e J. ..t : i
"r. ., -quisii.nwbill. Dignity Dow Stan vt at Boon is u'calys he._.' W hen be testif ;:
'.. - .E, l,--. _al. fr heg.. p I, tBliads or tw 8 .The

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.Mad'-tlhe Fairy took
Acliharit o Fairyland The staging of the operetta '
ftairies were il deep dis- done by Mrs. Virginia Craig
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THE QUEEN, (Marie White) and her attendants (Carmen" Di,
Lulas Vargas Colon and Domlngo Diaz) and the Run-&-way.F&atr.
(Betsy Delaney).

SqNBmINu vAl dai: d n, before they prement the ea-m. iliajz 7;
Crad, Lynn Yackey, JudyT man, Patricia 8a mvSllzn. etiy ane , .:
Fuoua and Teresa DeArza.
-her Sixth Grade students. The mis-
cellaneous ?top and eostume,- o-.
cessories were m de by the Stith
Grade vwder Mrs. Craig's dhiee-
tion. The costumes were made by
the parents.
To a large and enthuilastle au-
dience the children exhibited
much taltnt and enjoyment in per-
forming. They were winning in
their personalities and dancing. It .
Was evident that a great deal of
time and trainf*g was given to the
Children in order to make the per-
formance a great success.
Participating were:

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f staupondors. eolbr. ad daring
line; the resties- and Intransi-
geat Pleasado exbIMitlag his aa.
my moods as he strives onward
and onward -knowing that neith-
er axt nor its greatest master
can ever stand still;- aa1
Georges Ronault. that son o a
Breto cabinet maker, whose
early stained glaos technique
habu been traasposed to the can.
vas, giving birth to a atrle w,
=niuely his own; from whieh his
subjects; rough hewn and rich-
ly clad in gained glass colos
ano boubj in teavy leaded out-
lines to the canvas, h a ve a
strangely having passivity.
Eduard Manet; as the 'Fath,
er of Impressionism" and th e
originator of the 'plain air' tech-
nique deserves a paragraph to
himself, being as he was, the
precursor of the modern art of
The first to saeeessfully break
away from the bidebound tradi..
tions of the 'Aeademie,' he heap- -
ed coals of fire upon his head,
ouch controversial canvasses as
"Dejuner Sur LIHerb" and his"
mnude "Olympip" t which, in the
V psf Paul de Saint-Victor in.
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prmated theh ,oe m f' Wg emep emany lne pain-ttas a sU. -eM
of ate "*tr 1*l on a table.

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