The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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SWASHNON June 11 (UP)- The commanding general of U. 8. troops in the
Canal Zon ha requested that a television s fatt. be' s up I. the zone, an Arny -
,o.t g th. Air Force ha. verball TV stations In operation. but the Army h. TO Go On DuinR r.,.l .O can

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John Morrsy df.te C For Network, rnty announced that ht e, mgaosl hJA SI U
.o d No Interreuption is plae fo it Uertio-n o Idhty of.yorl.
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For RadlSe planed to open a TV.tation on th Zone In a yea suche til operations s ship "measres be take to be Descendants n the District
WASN ... Juner 1ste ifeem Colmbi gamde &e oes Ui troop n

o i h l. traffic in the Canal, train re or the r aster f Co ba g e a e
Ststhedulee hospitals. annn t hu staeckpo should abi A cn p come to luncheon oF ereto honor the
*rtl e declaration, which ,drw much riticism from Panamanian radio Se- s e o urice Iudson
aAp etheAirForcehasevera sTVrstactions inopertion,. buttheArmy huas To GO On Duing Raid To Panama Ctes.t- s-

| obooreel neither confirm nor nedt n by Quarryo Heiohte .) in yea shil operxt W U t- p meos w t a s' toit rhoe de gtc sti ''"

the Take Cver a t at phaed that bc ueectss of the many of ficnlab congresmen ad 0
"Bo" Down In Wrangle Over. Seret on ter eions a s id m of naero ni s eten o-, the Ten ae et Vernon o. HtoFa Amd er
Moggey' declrtion, whh drew much criticism from Pnmnian rrdio x soedUe hospital' n tn o t hers of t e tth
wON, June 11-(UP) The ia elved by reduction ofjet bombers aid Th e W aD reacted to the fact that a new from Kentucky made the prin poed of 10 men and two women bru
e-n .. ... -nact l dat an the Panma C anal.

Ad. n rof the tht at. n It ioon toovee takn by em- to iree ormer hs i r f
Hocpw e for thesssei lowever. miane the cornering Abon 200 persons ae n W an
Rscu ford Asks Senat To Save Reservte Bilol anaotide wkr roes at_ w, and tiirs mi o fine of $1T hcer. Ie
rb d down military re- W believe they hav hit upon element" in the reserve plan the United Stat ies fe s teanlnt ae .a ir ae o tribut er d a ch e o atte ted
thrvepoat of helpR's meet-g g gherass it theycan' prevent %he ere an the b~t solution =a tlate o Tkfvr swar n bast o tha air raid Canal e one, creation of several Coanection With events
i .we o.o afoemate being counatr'sa ~defste n elm Pran for the r e I operti n i m e so- i aS sarly m iealsof ft nt ril n7 The CsMo-. o1
Jdorintfs Ootff oied Dd- toldte nte cort- ayd h totheshel e ministratio h has send inter vals. t gle W prny manian girl. She and mn defn.dd a
Io eet arles p ds no ear that months the Me draft also designated the M d thn receive t nr te st age 24.
uw areing.w -, d_. sstAe.t .oAn-t .o Aet ainioSei r t was11 in die.o Jhthner t b .idse Jr.g guilt y ofd ba tery ys d teno ad i hr,

onaln oI n ug J ther Sto Am-l w o Rl -dominon ab ay nto h sie d t he tar b Thetob C oirut ed t tre rstead t e-s Iftath tThatcher is univer ly In ch gin the
e rd e r ame to help meet the lae to ease it through Ci n th e evinced him the tre in "no other Canal Zon e government Civil iT a ethata He sidnea s ateor k o th the r f ae H w trie Cre of ben the

thea t d spd adt, n o ore table futue." tser tn th a e he rquired Dst efene oanizati. rb bla o te air raid C al Zone, of elation of s v connection with eve nts guilty an shared, to
u100a number of physiias they ouan xt o t. ain ioete fint th '
therpo er. that even If the iaraft Since e ial De- In oaf second blast ructions from He said that Thatcher was a rly oof st Apr T h ce n

mari reserve are proved, "there tvites are to come to a COM- radio broadcasts or Civil De- pointed by President Taft I
The committee os cg r ain an prtant l r H te standstill during the exr- fense personnel. 1910 as member of the atIhmne The jury deliberated r w hur a
eg d d a tw-yrx gra m Ch must beded nal Zon Civn oorg Cte buing o P uted On he first coun..t thevte s o o g
tension of the so-callined De- m .told them u S e nrtco- id he thou vrl ense station, w foow- for not guilty, o undCI e and iM e btt
fetoe ecretdry Charles n. W mnl tte, It, oes not appear that m." tht aothe m d draft also nderd_ the In h eA t 81 a1 wilnet C ant. t 4Dteuvr Jrit.) whd ian Cao aret-- r 4 a g

ord n to lts of f- Rusie relentless ursut of to b de conditions un w such ps- Sol Hospital s dit"has Nsr e egsai After-more dscus
ple ind rthei suprt of thesenbit wls dnio wl a r any l the Madden Dam and pow- was polled on the brasee clb.yftrue_
e Series C me e to ePte r ld doeire wito ve In they ced h te M d ol erge Cn Zone b ovnt as st... th

ithe urft andspeed to n oh n P r uen be frtosre. alteative"nt therequ misrarDes ae d Service Centers, seekr project which reItlyh ex-
dept's reserve program. rervs offices, and op: rW panded the ty o the Canal. The defendant was t in u
r r-yearete o e" w-gi nrem Jason d o Fi"ve Canal Zrone Junior, Col- ",wivloyes at work Thather waa also author of the courtroom with his ccorn- h.
I ~ e orter ean- lee mer sesron l l *i. sMould ro to the delii Lense peronlegel. la0 member of theterry acros t Io jury deoberoted for two hore end
i hate t ei oy before a meet r the fCrnt a l sd are C-wethin tile establish- I the Cnlfirt count the or the 4:20 .m when the toodry sen for ui
serious* Meakes |Vasn rowf WW are atl- .o ha I tflo w-a tal fnnd Ci d-thto e cr i e n r ,ar
locRadford aald the others c % ou- in.poga r TO e e i ls andor, eh aub 01spf l wn la ery y ombars, w ello in Con
Sa classes wl o r tructi lon. emulated tomic bombwhich pollethr d o t he se. t.

|BTo StaInngrad 2 corpus tamrilTn oaiv dsfnoHbo bIL a
t need tor I t he m ran i ei fr o ie st retis as th e c p m
d t' o r eserve progrntam. of h cffiesg andd bnoth aollow the saltefirrees andy werebulance a thee H wo re t andl-
UP) ank s. on oD- atve C nal Zone JunIore ... -S 1 i"oesatn worm P Tdhuate er w lo author othe courtroom w ha e is couns el. n to at

4I06t siftncad hle eo,5 ln S hoa e rlnd thoe l es s tgnat' l orankie inn comal ti athe the seant 5
Nelhl'Te Makren "d 01 no diodd ah avtai elstabli s- In. ee e lelaton for the ferry across l Wodrow DeZCntr., He

-ee andco was ge s orl hdono r elonar o d nnbeo. rr d The ca umc werds werer ot dmu naxt rapsoom__n_ e u0ien" tions*1* defer n gulla th tooka n art ttaef
aic hw man In oInrsotr ,trueos Mt- -+ 'a

ToI a. pLe .a to ss one in o n i no t err e to at r p aver o eath io w t "s bn rescue l

let at Ah Boldooi anotte. C. clao the Aorta l Chremistry e evlbe o a Th one inc c sh oub geoo o pece aes wo Cocoe a0d Hsia by ch 1 ll po tRacird anea the om v ed
MOwSC toW, J e 1 (aUP n Thertho oman morholniin ty g lla ea r ay o, osho nwthun teh l et s08s dorn 12:15 pefm Inlfo Irowd Kt s en wallerics hs herm he e
bra Pi Mi n. risse soneosI bee tn fr p2 0t h C amo sll- A rl to .the Zon .o mth
sessionsfonr r ra I o holdIt was a realisec practices monl hn o e e ml a nknd ws o agt tnin g e ow h iw S Tdlr m Ca

I t o M etmany epedsdttly behtat oma rn alo ae d f Inth io se e is weed The hermaen o -algebra aa ilaebse g penottotii rinefah areaties a t ao sI Ine h i t e

H e was acr an i ea d by a 1 for ue of hort anthe Ioter cwhrdmi oniepe exo e grdtPol aoe dctae thivdeeenad ,ans t c aH os ptaa

dater a bIngr ad Weda f- BoNoSr o.S, Jn 1 de of prsl edn dayother and the o "3i. n WN ooi. buness e nd ciu) sat received the wounded E co R the Carme oun

SI ster a s the eri s a wion- e ses too We n .oura, tnd a t5la re287y Copen, Ae lln c on ahe uns veteran a od the unmn Army cm opt, -ergen a -ara.e Benz hai ta. ed Plowed into the 1. /t aaam O---cate
O SOce. J to pa(s one Inr t _1of nsumaolent noro..ent. the Citil neea nos worry Ide-ws a rt-w8 or beY ambulan He d V IioCr d t R/ssg alristIeto.- _-eeir-_l+ pr..=t-- "n v-,
I r ri e M iNis er --- -r rrea At COrdo go another 1 rge Add-ton-lrel mVetona .loe about me oI expenses any 1psep pan0 ar eotretcxe- Rs. an-- .Ipanqu r"led ..oom..
tarlsh o t hop et lders M Roman Cathole c crowd fied the accepted or anI of the clase more.- er cwpee. _. he k. beor th be ede. e .wremeto he n.
i .-. h.-..+ Plaa Sn M n ad .d.cent r mboveanllg t weey.i Thea ll i ma tetod passed nd Thedeensea tc practice jtCooyf m T r. no prcbem ,

Ii v It reeled Iae it ms Ci stet. e The summer oon ws eon- sent to ati h itled House a btpll l wl mel un d e er the super b muIn te amotte ra on from Ce lud w or rher e o
hud let b y ln odyfri the seechtcatioon- L o e i La. JueoP hol o th eo of us il n P I, enoue to) l re- hoa Lee3W ad moe Ca P

ane. hikoy n alhaira .Iueprit C g nn rector inT en The s sen e aon esve The osr the measi- Mee. Ret ntaer, Dr. Willias W. Inu teod. ile aCoun : av the wounme, oroo 1 a.te han g kj
Nehruis A indr he G Sovy iet /aU-oDan Thursdarti t h evnn nat. The crtin Defense Chit standted
Heio ug tand ans The wayated sShortand o ne in t wo r e ed tath 1h p urpos e the eDer. bee t opo erlie oend apo cleia l as- Atl thred sit of ehe auty moo- behind ts j

I cI =, .ofc h p -,Thspa e imTe: I:4_-nior m. an--1,a yhVeter nl umdm whsteon to A-acnare of the emergency win d th ade how an erfled Rcedn .The corth eien inquired of Deone os wher h dit was
pIe oldt oh rueghotver.s.gonat i ae: Ir M e a s is anidM wTohs- e s tos pit nd soI operntron war i monlscoirsd sell to hro kneee nu too!eou ero waesauo he wmohb lelal-places.
Itv Argentina. Including tosa.lo. inerin so ., e- entiale I, hoeri l near hIs rlie a nd ca did nmot in cludetn The wounded. sa id the IA n a tohe approach of theojy.rit .O __-e en fo -

- Ie .neotiaosrn eareth seasenloeof. OP OUBA ,te.,June --uP. hame.. / densotecvilia m mu leietU on. ceta oele emelarAde ss o obnrem t edays ..aof p., tih
I n .agaloa re entat.aI. of The sinsl: TAcIi COyEi o, -- A fveo-mte omlettdofmace hid the nearted n c slmaIw on the Atlmftac srde. "I told her thao if the oppor- _.E. .ol /ou.e. have r ea sI

SI -l _in eo s Ies 4W. warbling eouid of the air plans today for construction lhof i tal-i 168 mles away. .'. lty came I would glad-y go, Dist.t Attorney MO a yer, the I
..weI five Ibasic raid stens for three minutes a yaratorium t house the an- Woolo was released from the37-year-old ev elist said. te nt and De f
rd for teraMMUal"Mrela I -s eeead lasts at nual Yambilee. It's all in the In- hospital rsday after treat- He added, however, that he Castro were tn called to the 14 year, in the dse
world .isarm _S,-"f fv-sbeond Intervals. terest of the sweet potato, or ment for an acute respiratory ..'- WIwould wait to be invited, court-rail. Haid was asked to the Judge.
ti* gi .ole the *.. AI ET, a steady, three- yam, which in honored here at allment. He also underwent a aj I raham said he will attend make. his recommendation.
Ihe rai_ n inate blast of sIreons. a yearly festival. hospital siege earlier this year. the World Baptist Alliance meet- IN' _ught tbt maximum pen-
m I-in in LOndon next month at t, $100 fins and 30 days W o th
I a r rLta I I I .-E V (UP) A IF leader of the Baptist for the defendant, who en- I,.. .
I wit Yugolav re tIi on" dea t ha hr in R l bbr tbyGen. Rob. r In Russia will be pres- In t. Atrmy in Houston,
te, I wing a Ph'si at. 1oIe,.s Iuoi"dqhas
IIu Fs.a d ml R,-t S I,,,-.,,., Air n,,.,+ *m...- _.w. Ca.r* .kLk Do ).nlr _* ._ Irnr _I in41
o o ,, "wmw at W s eg A total of 42,863 persons at- c r m .-other than two in U e
y*O mhI" ned oraham's five-day c- MX nvictions in
OMts ttoesPar BORIA, Va., June 11 (UP) for $1,500.a 90-horsepower vehi- ly wobbled a, short distance Th Nh m5ea gals, 'at spdiy EDINBcUr Ts
six iternatlonal --_-Ch-arley Pritchard's wingless le he believes he can make fly down the airstrip- He said the moda w the latest t the oathowhere his iu- o to p right. Whm
l FrosaL J recogi11tio "mocet sir car" bounced and without wings. asewhtl was immying. Of atrioyI whenL o did not under- itad h -Pasoarke Io ia inosboT
am Ioma mS Chl- fm? ke a dodo bird today Its bastic i rb le i Mechanics worked on the uaversity bought Sta5. 1ti)a and"he workedI a s3 o ved e
Sto the dNato ttear vowed he'd fly the of grooves and bffeS al the paaa al hoar and Prtch eitis a muem ad______ un before ort
W-as j7L metal fuselage. which, thM to. and triadf again. This time the upncled by proJ. BI 1 rl| uncle fre rtInLb..
Elating Exhibit ethe ae r si vtcLraft multhe a W P .Daoe meaa d .Y "io Power Plant Uses aii
a et a w a t ehe US e t17wonh.. t h. th mm
Inate tear for a few seconds It abould beh answer, he O te tlry tthe "aroet" theics department, poaoin out Vi o To Watch #Wc&. -A0 e..
t Ue d Ie With -wI".. tVd .c tahe scad 1. b
on its fourth van. said, to man's dream of c ee waed th t the cale model
.W *D. Olthevrwle, the best Pritebhard and flying the same vehicle. Bu aving a ard time ustrateu same things that today's | r w k Balt
Wie Y-O col do was to get aon ase- In todays test the best Pritohard a eaS't flSorst ft ,
wheel airborne. ad o was an erratic 50 mites On 4 be swerved off rlative positions,. moveme ed that kAth- cot :.
UIOS. AMR= June 11 (W an hour top spkd on the the a10 feet into an dii elkaeMss of Ithe WA Wis. -(UP) The hae consider No
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However wl t the news of the t.Ahbonb.
came word of how 1alboa Heights prp lt RI
mBalboa eights, where dwell t oracines ft .a *.
fense, is al set to fight back with the C-bomb..
C for confusion, not for cobalt.

This C-bomb, far from being secret, ai wrapped i toe
moeLsapprinted in the daily papers late last week.
It may be that there are those among you who-bfse
in your day scuttled for a slit trench a e sound fthe
More annoying, of course, s for the sirens Aocause a
suburban air raid shelter to start to become fired ut ilth
loial pridents, shortly after you've persuaded a
to enmter,ope with you for purposes of cult ral*CM e,
and reflections on modern trends. But Istray..,,
As I had in mind to say, the sprint for the slit trench
was oft-times set off by the sounding of the Alert.
Thp' s. nothing complicated about thls Wednesday
plan, I assure you. Just keep calm, realize that the Alert
signal means that it's all over, but that the bomb will
nevertheless be going off in 10 minutes time.
Don't you see, you thick-headed fools?

The Alert, witl peede the sounding of the Take
over-"ad Iwarbling sound of 10-second blasts at five see.
ond intervals for a period of three minutes."
SThisis expected to produce a spate of intersting let-
ters to Maj. Jn Chappelle, keen-eared author of "Strict-
ly for the Birds," our warbling columA on the adjacent

Further to the matter of this three minute warble
("Walk and Warble to the Nearest Shelter"), I havebeaod
whisper hIn days long gone of fighter-bomber squadr
which could skim round from behind o e and dis-
tribute lethal largess among those there revealed all this
in less than one unwaroled minute.

Very little three-mnlute warbling attends suct h fp-
tivities, I have been told by grass-stainedgentry who Iud
abruptly elected to irteesmt themselves deeply in the
drainage system of the immediate area. t e.
However, it is a boon thit the' ihd-hderted io fts
on Balboa Heights have improved on that crude wartwe
system, inmprqvled by peons, privates and the like, wih-
ot suffidcleat government guidance, of reacting tcvrhe
Take Cover with suddesastriving to mae astud of the
hasuing pr ble of rablits and all'-u tet dde1.urrow-
Vtg animals.
All that is required of you at the sound of the Take

Cover Wednesday, is that you stop your automobile and
rol! down your windows.

Lord help you if you get caught in the raid anywhere
but in your cAr. Balboa Heights can't expect to protect
you from near-inconceivable cirEumstances, like your be-
ing at work, or in the coffee shop.
The whole plan could not be set out more. simply than
it was by Balboa Heights.
"The beginning of thete... will be signalled at 1.43
o'clock by the sounding of the Take Cover signal on the
air raid warning sirens...
"For the general public the test will end with the
Alert signaL which will be sounded ten minutes earlier."
Clarified Canal Zone 'civil defense chief William .
Dolan: "Upon hearing the Alert signal, indicating com-
pletion of the test 10 minutes after the Take Cover signal
hab been sounded, all motor traffic may proceed in the
normal manner."
And, lest this be too complicated for you bunch of
dunderheads, I am informed the two signals are inter-
eO thing I'm worrying about. All the window-rolling

is going to make it pretty hard for Red, who has to take
the Inside panels of all three doors of his taxi before he
can find whether the windows fell down into that space,
or wther someone stole them. The door that fell offlast
week can't be found, of course.

I'm doubtful as to whether the Balboa Heights sche-
ule will give him time to complete this task before the
bomb goes off, or before he finishes explaining to some
Canal Zone cop what he's doing peddling old scrap iron
round the Zone without a permit
Believe me, there are angles to Wednesday's air raid
that neither you nor Red nor even the chief of staff of the
Riasian Air Force have ever dreamed of.
That business about us all finishing the air raid ten
minutes before the bomb goes off Is something that should
be particularly discouraging to. apy bombing crew. Quite
a psychological setback they'd get, seeing us all wander-
Iig around I nomtU If we just dldn'tcareV
Probably yT- tr aim right off. e you, these
Balboa Heights gvy are right on to all the smart angles.
I can't say how .ladi am to have had the opportunity
to clarity this pwgam, which just might hjv.ap-
peari a bad to one or two of IoooLs.
But I am silyou.wll all agree with e now thf
there is npthlung but licity and efficiency in Balbou
Heights' Cb.U au to the A-bomb.

*u~t sIt tere; arblig, and rolling your windows zap

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led in the CuUrch reeeit y. Pictured above t lhe group of graduates ilnmedIitly
ng their diplonmu.w., hJohft Kinga, i Father Robert Vignola, two of the
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S- ,-Blueblack.Grassquit
Here nl Panama we have no-
tiped that the nesting of hum- Male Blue r Grass quits lu ng
alu oincides with t,.e arelos blueblack a
bl mi lte offt r4eesN6 ad females are olive with
I0mns which they fe& &W streaks on the chest. The er
ath0 ed of the rainy d P- Mn .. of this species h a v e a
nI:vM and Da most amusing habit of umjp It seis time to issue the hol
wh a blmany flowering n" g they sing. onnal warning. A pillow-for B at 4
trm fi.:,n bloom, the h um-' Durig the breeding season by, however dainty cute or ims-
i0 pr0s5abest in great n mn one,o these dapper k6- fel. ortant a gift, sWuld not be used of 4
laws elect as a erch a b his crib or carriage. Let It be
t probable that the in- weed or low bush and tn per- a pincushion or a decoration for P"
ettald food M4Inke provide a forn" by Jumop altrigt up in hisa hiff, but it's not sa fe for
dular *tamutimo e that starts the air a foot or so a he utters sleeping.
arroductiverprocess in these an.explosive "Bizzzipl" call, a- UA o. nl o- w ..w
lighting on the-same spot A toy chest is nice, but good -
/TS~~aa er Thip act he will beeat five or big cardboard cartons have an ad.
Se aters ix times a minutfor periods vantage for the toddling Bab y.
h of an hour or Mbore, reminding They've light enough to be hautled
This correlation of food supply one of the little toy "monkey on around the house; they're easily
and breeding season is specil. a string." replaceable. Also, if Baby likes to
Ip evident in the little .tohn or I have often seen them ajump- crawl inside things, there's no
seed-eaters that are so common Ing and zipping in' the grassy danger in cartons. w, ,
here. These birds, with heavy area next to the picnic benches +
bills remarkably adapted to at Parfa4 Beach. Somehow, the toy telephone.Is
cracking the seeds upon which If you have a feeding station never appealing as the re al
they feed, seem to prefer t-lre you- will find that the seedeaters thing o Baby. Mother can go
tall grasses that thrive in the will come to it for birdseed, es. frantic with calls that got hung up
weedy areas adjacent to roads specially during the months when on, with operators who want to
and Igwbs. their natural sources of food are know what's going on. One moth-
nu lhU. scarcerc. er elastickbd, the receiver butts
Most of these seedeaters start If they are on your lawn now, down so aby could play with the
their breeding season a month chances are they will nest near- receiver without getting the oper-
or more after the start, of-r the by, starting soon after the grass ator.
rainy seasOn, their first nesting seeds ripen.
coaiing about the time the It would be an interesting ex- are beqnnin.g ic ma- periment to provide these seed-
ture. Then they continue to nest eaters with a well-stocked feed.
for several -months, throughout ing tray early in the rainy sea-. aBp
the period when seeds are abun. son and see if the sudden abun-
dant. dance of food would start them
nesting a little earlier than u- Fine Furniture made of
Among the small seedeaters sual. Dadn Mahogany. NOW at L
the males are fairly easy to i- amazing lIe prices. LA
identify, as they carry the most I ff Bedroom. Dining Rooms and
prominent markings, butiat,.. h ; fl Living Reo Beta. -
sa rule, r e the f .. rt Productos de Madera, S. A.
duller, usually an oe cigot, banso y Co
and i&k so much alike it is dif- MONEY IS LESS IMPORTANT tto Wm Cetal A e w
fliclt to tell ate species fromH HAPPY ,APPREIIATED WIft W t M ai
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," happt e on your income ba owre "++
Near the Canal Zone these tha e knows you tove, adifre,
birds often gather in in m all and appreciate her.
You Won't find that advice -In
any "how to manage your Money"
d?,^ 5am articles but it's sound advice,
12a 5AOM just the same. : c I
+". 1 If a woman feels loved, needed
and appreciated 'she can be happy
-4 with what she has, however little
But if she isn't sure of her hus-
band's love she starts looking
By ALICIA HART around for o1her ways of satisfying
NZA Seauty Editor her-ego.
She begins to want "things" in OUR SENSATIONA
SHOE heels, even the medium order to impress her women
ones, have gotten slimmer and friends.
slimmer. The Louis heel that us" She starts pushing her children,
ed to have a base about the sif deciding thathat they must have all HME BFST QUALIT
of a thread spool now has a base the so-called advantages so that
as big as a thimble, th6y can make better lives for
This refn nd themselves than she did. H
Ths refi ad femning and feminii Not feeling loved, she grows dis- F O R T H E
of the working gal's shoe is nice contented with her looks and de-o.
It means that a comfortable heel cides that if she buys enough ex-
can be slim enough for evening pensive clothes she will be better W
wear. able to face the world;A
But there are drawbacks and
they ought to be kept in m i nd It Encourages Extravagance
if you'ree going to invest in new
shoes. Women who feel unloved often
get socially ambitioud. They de.
The vary slim-based heel is cide that if they can get into and
hari to balance on it your work keep up' with a certain group they
means standing up all day. A will feel successful at last.
heel with a larger base can give So the surest way in the world
you a little more support and for a man to encourage-his wife
prevent 5 o'clock crumples. to be extravagant is to neglect to
make her feel that she is loved
If your work means a lot of and appreciated.
walking around on scrat chy A women may stick to a man
pavements, the very slim-ba a sed who seems indifferent to. her and
heel is almost a pure liability. unappreciative of all her efforts
However excellent the leather for many different reasons.
used to rereel these silvery ,obs, But while he may not lose his
it rubs right off in a couple O wife, his- indifference 'is almost
daya of walking. Run-over heels sure to cost him money.
or lopsided heels are unpardon- Leaving romance entirely out of
able; so a slis heel may mean the picture, it is stupid from a
that your shoes have to 0o to financial point of view for a man
the repairman mice a wea. I to tale his wife for granted.
Thi lahst too otAy, but i .
keep_ e shoes out of eircula-
tio. for a large percentage of the
Ifyour job issitting (with
some Walking)around an office,
do Set theislm medium heel.
Bet If- your most walk or stand,' The sets consist of one double bed, tv
search for a more "old-fash. tables, dresser with 3O"x0" mirror, uph
Wow"" medium beel with a stool. one upholstered easy chair, d
somewhat flared base. It is wardrobe with Inaide mirrors.
pra aMl and -"not ugly at all

The .irdi of Directors of.
Chdiriqul tI Products C
by annoua-e that a Meetig of Share*
dens will be ljd Tuesday, Juinpe 145S
[ p.m. in the hall of the Panama Chamber
Commerce Bkilding, Ave. Cuba No. 39,,
tma8 City -- :..,
camlo Oueh eieu,

Secretary of the Board


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HOW ar tht lighi in your
batiroem? .

be go By d, We mean
a god=apposi.tion of the
lights on you In the outside world.
Maturity. demands scrupulous
attention as to what will go and
what won't.
On the- street, one can almost
tell which mature women have
the glaring, blanching lights in
their bathroom or dressing table.
They look a lot like the 'Mad-
woman of Chaillot-bright pink
spots on each cheek, black eye-
brows with gray hair, crimson
lipstick on, a pastel complexion.
One can tell, too, the women
who have gloomy lights. Every-
thing is on In the wrong place.
If you're not sure which your
lights do, take a look in a hand-
Smirror or public scale mirror
when you're outdoors. See how ,
you look to others.. If the effect i
is not what you had. in mind -
when you made up for.t.t day,
better get the lighting fixed
And be rutllless when you look
at yourself, too. If It don't look
Natural, that Is, like an enhance-
ment of nature, it's not for you.
*The round spots of pink in the
checks of overdone women move
the observer to pity, not admira-
If It lives you a look of glow-
ing well-being you're doing the
** right thing for your face with
your make-up.


Crocheting Is a wonderful skill
for summer and spring accesso-
ries. A flaring petal-shaped h at
and a matching drawstring ba g
could be a-lovely accent for
spring tailored wear.
Almost any fabric can be Water-
proofed these days. A hice touch
in rainweir is a skimpy silk rain-
coat that weighs a tiny 13% oz. It
comes for both. men and women,
if your husband -is jealous.

Have tour cake and eat it, too
with one of spring's hats. It's the
sm oot h, deep, head bugging
shape that's so poliilar, but it
has a great flaring bow from the
back that does well for a brim
without covering- the brow line.
A Juliet cap that. looks as. If it
*are- luwinding sits on the back
of the head. It's of pale pink or-
gan with white. ,.

A fnyBanana-colored vT!'vV
hat sits on the top-gf the h ea d
W bt cariuhes out the back interest
idea with a bow pirshed neatly
On its tiny brim.

The sailor collar, with It strik-
ing horizontal ines.' is something
worth looking at for tall gals.

For a really interesting appear-
ance for a killer diller occasion,
try the all-one-color look in beige
or gray. Of course, gloves, shoes,
bag, bat and suit can't match ex-
actly in different fabrics, but the
close color look is very h a n d-
The feminine touch means con-
trast of fabric and idea, this
year. Not the least of it is, the
shirtwaist dess in purest silk.




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...w g. ew woor'-o wOe a e tet or theho bUe-by rPeo-
ting iarg sUlipovers and ertaelm. This homemaker is heekng
lO. 5triped alem erWn nl for algis of wear, loose threbdp or

By KAY MSERWOD, If you're starching dark-colored
NEA Staff Writer fabrics here's a trick worth know-
ing: Saturate a fabric ivith solu-
COAX another eson's we a r tion by dipping and sque*eing sev-
mi'aging sllpooUer; s and urt- era times, then evenly 'squeeze
,ins with a few tricks to freshen out or extract excess. Let the tab-
ernm up. Even tboI that look ric damp-dry; then iron., M. L.
reary, worn and did will some- ltekabee, textile technical serv-
imes respond to etorUtiv4-treat- ice dviser of a tIge starch ma-
lent. It's worth t y.; ', nfturing l1any, "tells me
First, they'll need a krough that 'this method will insure a-
leaning. Woen I m trying o pro- against the water spots and streaks
ong the life of a cover until I that occur when dark fabric is
an afford a replachment,- I treat dried completely and t h e n re,
tie fabric to a gentle but through dampened before ironing.
washing. You might prefer tO have Some slipcovers require press-
he article dry.cleaned, especially in,. eeciahUly around the skirtL

you'ree not sure of fiber coptte BD ease tI"m back onto the couch
f you decide to launder th' w st ll' ite damp, to avoid
rer, check It carefully. L, oL e sik ge.. Lined draperies, wash-
Sfraying seams, loose or.Mn ed ft the fQOs. time after a life-
Iting and closures (such itm .4f dry-cleanings, will prob- .
ra) that are parting As a al seed bome poswashing alter- J A rA
h the fabric. If a saei". M aon. The drapery fabric will NIA Iu
frayed or we ht~lT ed shrink, while the lining may not.
qer rabr .a h lRsm on and reset the hem. If floor, NOWl here's.a busy
foe yoi cover ip the length' drapes- shrink Ao an awk- Gail Davis. She's or
Ward length, trim them off to tour wih the ipW
i hen I wiow-sIil length. You may fin ley." Duglag t
of I did qt you.Jsk them eveI meant as Anni ,:Sl y
.& t. L"' .., land, toured over 5
Gif^t-,ilw-Ltnenrl A uc h 1'ai has ma4e 3 4
Cover is make-up in the form of new trir., Idld. 30, tips to
,reacth'rei h arch bottle. A few yards of ready-made fringe, tjHeg O
ht starching gives thread- cording or braid in a contrast- .ft '.
Fabric some backbone and, ing color tacked around cushions a N, th "
think, improves its appearance. peps up appearances. So doe s looked a. wht
ro get an even. light starching, bal fringe swung across curtains. pearslno rt n4
rch while damp in the ma. It drapery headings are heavily the ,tai. Sh a 1i
ie or basin. Light starch I n g streaked even after wash i ng, have H ptipe
I increase the soil resistance make or buy a simple cornice to eincsse' y ti'r-fan
either smooth or rough-finish- hide the damage that sun and M e Sh ...teefo
fabrics. shoot have cqau.ed. pritt. .auh *study

WAn 43alboa Cookl

We salute Rose Casey! In her
Own words she is a "frustrated
pook." Neither her son, Richardi
ir daughter, Kathy, care about
. "My husband only eats be-
tuse he has to," she said, and
children would be pectly
y with American hamburgers
P*pVy day. Rose Casey loves to
kand to talk about foods. Tn
i. Casey who has dedicated so,
sbh of her life to food, we dedi-
this column.
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please some people.
.. l l, ) "' Jxlg. We do so enpjoy them.
i 'tf*"' "Most Sincerely
[ Rose A. Casey
I (Mr. J. W. Casey), Box 1058,
'..f Baboa. Pione 2-3630.
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Peerinr under auto hood are, leoft- to rigt, "tile.'." m.h__
Boble Pursinger. Donna Longashore sad Sally Black.

immpilDaih10Aa O P travels exgensve y. -
e' leate y travel tricks thb d gals preparing for:
,.-.g'ao: tduutioda and vacation paper placed stra-i SPECIAL TO NEA Pleading the -girls! cause, the IT.
fqgically I to e amnd between folds rof e pper left); MB year-old -President of the .Skirts-
1 .' :^il.Jailema cut dewS on p'wrinkles and ed. edpr m t .,arrive' COLUMBUS (NEA) Its had thia toLy; .
: adrve-crisp treatment when Gall lDavis eois them. She nakes der here.
S them nto a rol and secures it wih elte bands. All set to Recently, an all-male group of clare And somafety, too, sh de-
go (right), Gall takes to the road fot the next stop on her auto enthusiasts in this city ac- watch the boys wor o ter ar.
thirty-two eity tour, with her lunn % a matched e#vs. cepted that fact by giving their nc d h ys wor their cars.
... unanimous bac k i n g to "The h e ,'a I ges .to t hling Wh y
suitcases and has soge tips to for hose, hankies lingerie are klqs and ironing o arrival. Skirts of Worthington," firstallo I started a wtb w.names.
pass on foi- thoae-who travel, aids she uses. I tiffeed pettcoa'io ace rolled girl hot-rod association this side of There were more girlts interested
First step say )iWs Davis, Is A make-up or train case just I *MM sDavis when sgta on the California. ngh working on cars than rtea
to make a ilist of what you want for bottles and jars is a help. road. She scare ol with Thus another male stronghold ized n o c t
to take. Compile the list keeping They ha v i compartments or elastic bands or puts and old silk was successfully infiltrated. Notseveral of the gs'dre eir
Inomind ohmekindsmf athat it camoe as, ewmplete sr aeralots 8uroe A elw, d v r-
In mind he kinds of places straps to'hOW bottles in place and stocki.g on thenas a cover. that it came as a- complete "-sr nt. autos. A few, like Shir-
Syou're going and the activities. most are frd right side up. Theyarrive still w.' hold prse, for officials-including malee have their a. Sh
Don't cart a lot of tra, oen if won't allow skirts orl ply, oi in this city have t caized a l C neygo .
case." i yoj to lr ( soma timeAat "h
Don' pack- to i usig a. eep tquids aid s FUW DE. 'Ic a r n'mLaam f
Id o e j" M proudly announces,

bag, Miss Davis advises, acd cr .is aI polish apart plaina.. at they M$au h i ed d omen driver s practicaUy ng to 'lead it in' (,rip-pft
Se finds a couple of plaifle from c es. tear on good luggage and ca be dead. ome and lead te hole. he
tray organizers from the five- Use tissue., paper in abundance, replaced cheaply. Also, if your I'll mike the back end loter."
and-ten help. She puts costume suggests -this.-.busy-traveler, to luggage is unmatched, she ints Two Ohio insurance companies One of the office most
jewelry, mascara, lipstick, bobby help sleeves hold shape, to wraplout, the matching covers give a whose home offices are located pleased ithSirt i o
inpms and other odds and ends in shoes add to ple between foldsreal enembled look for a budget hee wre aong thefrttoad- lice Chief Jim isof ubdrin
these. Cases of satin' or chint dof skirts. i cuts brown on wrin- price. lc i i renis tt rWor gton..eSav to-t
__der 25,isl asafeinsurance risk skirtshin-gand. He's al dvs o te the

S, a C oThe'uld on't sayatesae on the streets these hot-rod clubs
bP ia a p ant3 asrncam us. n uth a lsigeFbracketsl
,,m a ml i J make" Cef L e i s de es.
psemi up "oWe've ad- no traffic arrest here

uetOi.---yo-yos inscribed with gold letter,,
"Yo-yo 'Clib."- /
remarks winsome Wynne, "a n d "Any driver caught accelerate
your make-up will stay put." ing too fast on city s'trleetIt 14
Cremepuff adds the final touch promptly given one of these,".the
of "finesse" to the well groomed chief said. "It's the most humljat-
woman. It is a combination of thing that can haipp6e t 4
base and 'face powder and w ill Worthington teen-ager,' he ex-a
never clog the' pores. plained.
Max Fadtor's eye makeup is the Susie Finch, 18, added: "Soe
same as that used by movie stars, of the girls were driving too fast,,
The mascara makes lashes look like the boys used to. But -Ii k e
long, dark and silky and is water- the boys, anyone caught rOdldtg
proof. "The toloraccent of the en- gets kicked out of the club."
tire siake-tip is lipstick" advises Sally Black, another "Skirt,"
Wynne a nd she suggests the co- admitted some .of the fel ltaywa
ior-fas kind. While in Panama she teased members of the newxr'up;
introduced tWe new "See R e d" IShe added, seriously, "We re go-
shade, making this the first coun- ing to show them."
try to receive the color throughout And don't bet a g a i n f"th
Latin America. "Skirts.".



aod bsin Ph i el move and discards when browned.: WYNNE IPOONER, second from left, uemuonstr ates to some of the "Miss Panama" contestants,
maiden name, Apse. Te Ana wnoie can lull of pa&se-coos the art of make-up. aiW. poner is a blax Factor make-up specials.
e had onc b tedhr a tee in al plenty five minutes. Anu salt pwpi The "Miss Panama" contest- wimner."' .cles. Follow this up with astring-
that got lot a three genera- per, parsley and 3 cans u, 01 wu fresh in our memories after the In addition to helping c a nd i- gent foundation, wnich keeps the
Saway from Italy. esentation of candidates at the dates, Mrs Spooner also g a v e skin from perspiring (sin c e it
Or "Cook othe Week," claim% e exprk1orl0-activion nutd ate s Mr.lpon, at. g a
I d of a. .hiath i x t I Cer t or 20 minutes. (ler P El Panama last night is ldasses at Chal's beauty sa Ion, helps to close tie pores), and also
toe eca c ts ayf.ig e s Mrs rm ce .M basl auce t cane ca useoing, Isth ian w ide interest! Celins, Chal's assistant, will be ltnkeeps your make-up mat through.
SPerhaps Italian Are somer n-orc .tboeherI...Arou i n t ,hof while, m siserr uses 4 "SponsreA e d b the Hotel n m I th haM : o'mtFpe l r tt he m l make-u for ant tropn -
r ca. me no Ciarettes, th were is much o se for when you wt to go
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cfCodsa.r. h r te lbdws. tows or .r activitnte anred W iesaohnt frt wemun n tess imuth." as
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.S he eiImakes h eor k". While sauce is cooking boll Most Ofherself in the way asher In'fMr arIiae as '. t ieal make-up for a toi-N
g a s un til b al m. b .t w alks, dress els an d use s coa m ise aid'eapr. jd f Cal lm d ateo is p an -ca k .
wit oAin-a e 9 nelltics. inaka -ut.r a se-ay1Atwyp e -"04 li t e aly ac ros rant po ap-
Wuaick Kesr or(lot teaOchti)i*gtaxa V. F meamaerce sel h ot

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Monday evenliZg Jne 13, at 7:30
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M/3gt. and Mrs. Herbert Roberts of Ft. Kobbe announce
tWe e..agement of their daughter, Faye Vanlece, to Robert
-1t" Qulan, soof Mr and Mrs. William F. Quinn, retired
PAuM Caesal oyst now roidin In Miaml, Florida. Mi
berth war Ir ted O from the Canal Zone Junior College
this June ana Is a mnmbir of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
Mr. Qtinn is a graduate of Cristobal H ik Schol, clanss of
'i, and aBended the Canal Zone Jumier Collee. He is at
present employed by the Electrical Division and resides in
No date has been set for the wedding.
Fretnh Ambassador Bestows Mr. and Mrs. Rigby Sail
"Legion Of Hono" After Two Weddlngs
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bronso
The ambassador of France In Rigby of Diablo Helghts an
Panama and Mrs,-Vaite held a ILeir son, W;IWunm; sa on th
teeepUon Friday eveftin at the 8.8. Panama today for a vies
bossyjIn honor of the ambie- thon in the Uhfted States. The
a r -of Chile to Panama. The will spend the summer with Mr
Ot0oam wAs the awarding of Rigby's sister, Mrs. P. L. Nusi
the Creeoss of the Legion Of Hon- baum of Laramle, Wyoming.
or to Ambassador, unique La-
ree Enchavarra. Last evening at St. Luke's Csa

Mra Leignadlor. Returns -
r ut. Graluioi
S l.lumlbrto Let4nadler of
Coan retuerid by ine Friday
ere .* hbKd i ~e- to attend

t arw ied .nt riday,

teoral meir daughter, Patricia,
was married to John Catron. On
the precedip Friday their
daughter Moy wa also mar- .
tried at the Cathedral.
Gabriel Velasgue Jr.
eome From Lt1.
The young Sy e of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Gabriel VOlasquez, Jr. -
has arrived In Panama for his !
vacation. eo will return In a few

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Fl r1- lqW'ht April hin ifaihro, South Carolina, ae Maw meking
Sthi thele. et : Z'"* s. nlpt MSU Jkutstloned at
SVil- 'ROtAl rce Bse Et: SEL tah SAO4 1M ps and Mrs. J.
r952 m#ier Sutj* (t 4 1 S1abitghts. r,. Smith Is the
10 : one itk er eSnl Unr oans, danairh of Mr. and Mrs.
jo .t-. SuiAFry Suam, of potter, S C. .
'r -" .. "lu m"ins vB -,u i t m' w tWEe. pilcopal
Y CBU!3t.1 b't brlde Wr= a f atfn oit r i- b kEinrtd lace and
t..lue kper lyory stei n, -iln in & ea tBl tnW. lHer veil was
I attached to a cap'of roq polite sae ee aptln, n.a she arr-
9;m prayer oeedV witM white roes and showered with lilies
of te valley.
The brde's attenaante wore ballerina length white cotton
lace dresses, made over green taffeta, with sashes of the taf-
feta tied In bustle bows. Their headdresses were bands of the
lace over taffeta and they carried pale yellow daisies.
Mrs. Smith was graduated, from the Walterbore High
School and from Rice Businest College, Lt. Smith was,. rad-
unead from Balboa High School and holds a degree In" civil
engineering from Clemson CoUege. He Is now on actile duty
with the Air Force.

AVORS WEST -- T.ketora
eta, the man considered most
likely to be the next premir
of Japan, says he Is against a
neutral role for his country.
Ogata, who heads the Liberal
party, also opposes any move
to re-etablish relations with
Russia at this time. "Japan's
position must continue to be on
the side of the Western democ-
racies," he said recently.



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Summer Recreation Registration
Regletrtlon, date for The
Summer Reertlion program on
the PseQtle Ule will be June 14
from I to IL 6.m. ktf the Balboa
Elementary' aIqool. For further
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FOR SALE: Smlt .1*se in
qr# Compene, 10,000 oqar
apfe, running water. 4 beds,
fable. eloirs, form implements,
stove, ,refrigerator, convenient
gless Mitader, best view in the
pI ce. Phone 3-0088 Penoma.
fteor five o'clock.
SWE UY, Sell end Menage Real
lf." "'76 I.mpnil Eagle,"
C Mdrql Ploas. am. n. Tele-
phoinee 2. ,. z
It IR SA : I- i .Aa .t thoe
:* I trA.S. ehkeslue;. s bed-
,Mi |41 w imhi, wb "bath-
"moms. kthaen. Oarel. goiage.
For information: Via Perros
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C. AR OWNERS! RiverS Like
i. year to iyaCoO-

A Women, Saysl

Mi. M ich. Expert
f e1aw I L W", | AMp. A ARBOR, Mich. (UP) 4
....................... A river is like 40dwoman. She' ~
*"' '*** oorderly but variable."
That's the opinion of Prof. Clar.
N .m. urano'. [ no, fce J. Velz, chairman of the de
a r .ounceea s0. palrnent.-f public health states:
me 12 Tivi Aveque tiqs at the University of Michigan'b!
P e Phone pnam a-3sfi school of public health. He does
(AIros from AMin PAet.otlre) stream and river research for in'
4ustry and government groups. '
"What we try to do is chart, ree.-
-O 5 I ar ord and analyze the basic charac'
OI Y Tears teristics of rivers," he said. "Af-
ter that, wit_ q to make prediw
t he resereh is conducted main
CA-irn ..,slang. is W.. apt -Ver P national Ueoncil fof
dotedf you still use the r t,,M improvement, op a .o.
,10,. board companies. i
confidence man is ti a "A lot of peo le thipk we are
lifter" or a coneroo" to thoseti ying to give the rivers back t
have failed to oneroi to thos .ipdias,' he said. "Actually,
t imes butto. the hep t we feecoAmend that the best prac-
aLime a spritzerr." b h tical use of streams be made in ar
e a er. rowing industrial society."
at's the word from the Amer.- This means collecting informa-
Dialect Society, which con- tion on the depth, width, flow, bio.
ed an article on new words logical content and the tempera-
their meanings to the Ency. tures of all major drainage basins
ia Britannica' s current book in the V. S. To date, Velz and his
the year. gtaff have studied 50 such basins.
including the Hudson, Delaware;
ers of jaz, 1955-style, the so Jackson and Savannah.
discovered, e using "belt" Specially trained crews get river
verb to describe violent sine data for Veliz. A crew of men ma
-Hydrogenize" descriaes what fiost.;lowly down a 90-mile see
,H-bomb can do and "uranmium- tion -f the Williamette River i
Means a man *Ihom mnakes.a Oroego taking supersonic sounds
from the precious .atolll Jfgs at 100-.foot intervals. An aver.
"f .t" rge of IS such soundings are taki
ll-- a trilmi i t en at bach interval.
.e r a a o Thid s e "little" project alone pro-
-.!rnN WSiSduc SS ri over 7,000,000 separate river
ea 3D "' of which re translated
S' to o in prnof. Velzas head-
A..- ., A quarters. The are are 5 r00 such'
i Aso ld ant river data cards on file now, he'
,," ,." A river has many use," said
'ii Velz, "and tU of them are related
.s.. ,W l Vto -o imunity health.s Therefore,
g. "t- .he U. of M. project and other,
IAMPAIG4N, JL. ( P) ike l are ,eared, to a practicaL
rs couldave an Average of and realistic zoning of river
W working,4iIe amd S40 in, facilities.
thiM x asr byi What was once the old swim-'
iM t uts. bo-e min l i t now- a major source
B* u..Tlm *r,,l d l or idus-
BkI i;ve ~ 'Te" r*M o rier ever
|^ P M eystayed, p. t __C eouch for. ffec-
wr hivue concerning
"whfer fbrWe be andiuead
|aMAs I M Ayr fWocters, like weather'
*.oresteftusd ,.y all the characy

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FOk SALI-l 6 Stsooe ,'
towerr' .iorft ,,en .
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FOR 4t~ fioaod Packajr4.
Ad6r .S #P 55.000 |miles.
S * r Me G* Amedor Roead.
S: 1942 PackeN
f tN perfect mcharicl
Ma 150. Phone 130
1 ih Colsn.
: 1949 Plymu
Slett Wageos, good lpt,. g
4"9 good fires. Phone
FOR SALI:-1952 Ford 2-or,
ew pdint, excellent conditn.
frdormett. Ku h Cristobel
* Y.MCA._
FOR SALE: 1955 PlymothC
OsnM fe f-door, aqua blue Co
for. 10olgsfty. sit. Subshatiel
disqugnt. euma-3'-*-89.
FO*!ASIS-. urgwi. 1953
Olhmobll "Hoelday" Cdup. blood
condition. Must sell because of
trip. Price $1500. Call 3-4825
or 3-1.18.
FOR SALE:-'47 Cadillac four-
door, radio, hydromatic, $450.
Phone Curundu 2246.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Oldsmobile
Holiday Coups, rdl, escelblent
coAeedion $750. nPABma 2-
FOR SALE:-Englsh Sports Car.
Bargain. Only $385. Curands
Hft. 573-D. Phone 83-3233.

FOR SALE:-1953 Ford 2-door,
*excllent condition, one owner,
undersool, -Z gloss. Phone Cu-
rindu 7267.

FOR SALE.- 1953 M.G.-T.D.,
A-1 condition, Fiberglass hard-
top, low milo4ge. Clayton 87-
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fsmihdd for two

mthsl. lPbot 3
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FOR RiEit- kMmdof, .wrf
hot waftea44al f'r a spl* or
bachelor. h i W Aler. Call
3-3421. ." -

FOR RENT--Avible dune 15,
exceptionel mmrclat space.
Rocket Bldg.., T Avenue. For
particular call l Th Travel A-
oncy, phon 204461.

Help Wanted
er; sleep it. M 4lvlo of UEng
Ishk. Bring ro e Joe -
briel Duqia I' giso

bedroom house. unfurnished, in,
Bell. Vista or El Ceonflo. Calf
Mr. CMrioleisem, 3elboe 2-
2111 .

Boy Designer

Gives Rocket

Spip To AF

HORSRA0 Pa. (UP) Un-
cle Sam and the U. S. Air Force
would do well to keep their etes
on seven-year-old Stanley Scott
Unites. He's already working on
rocket ips.
As a matter of fact, the Air
Force tokd Stan it needs g6od
men with ideas such as hes. When
a few years go by, it added,
maybe they can get together as a
However,, right now USAF will
have to be satisfied with Stan as
a civilian.
Stan, a second-grade pupil at
Horsham Elementary School, sub-
mitted a sketch of a rocket ship
tO "USAF, Washington, D. C." T;o
days later he received a letter
from Lt. MCo. James J. Dimel, of
the office of the chief of stafflor
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or, filepor f lt, pi t'M cms.
$459.. Iuq.j -r ,.lemtionsMl

FOR SALE e~o. oelHcref-
tqr 'S-40-B, oueclent H/AM re-
coiver. Ias hid. ittle ie. Still In
original crftwI. $80.' C1t Al-
brook 2203i ,.
FIR. SALI.-1949 four-
door -Siper with roe, signal
lights. etc.; 2 refrigeretor. 25-
cycle; mahogany desserts and
miMclloneou household goods.
Ph."ie Ancon 2-6313.
Sealed bids, for opening il pub-
lie, will be oetived until 10:30
a..", June 17, 1955. In the of-
flee of Superintendent of Store-
houses, BIlbla, for tires, auto-
mobile, in arilous siies, located
of Section "S." Balbei Store-
hamse, telephone 2-2381. luni-
etien' No. t76 may be obtein-
edL fo#p t above source, or
frmi office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE:- Mahoeany chest,
needs refinishing $12; /4-hp.
motor, 25-cycle $25. House
2256-8, Balboa. Phone 2-4474.

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OLLING *'SCHOOLROOM"-Don't let the Woveralc id ealil fif yo M S Weofwun i aprd
Un 1000-horepowqer Diesel switching locominotive are going to class. After severe earlier
22 seniors from a iorthampton, Pa., high school .took ovwr and operated pr one day-tl O Ri p
ton andBath Railroad. One of the nation's smallest railrldne the N t B evn -leI
of track. Protect was o-spquored br ch6ol authqgoiges uaglrr r
Vd r T 002"

IT ROL~.6 ON, ,jPl.OWS"-This edd-looking vehicle Is a "Teraruer" an eigerimfaell
aa fte r thato on eight qlw-pressure air pillows which confom to the Mgroud b d
eat NgtI It .s d tires do. It's the lrst vehicle built to use this type of tire, which eUmin-
ates bWupsmnd-. i f or springs. Tire bags are three and a half feet in diameter, fve fast
loi t paf .re Mi d it nly three to Ave -pounds of air pressure per square Inch. The tra-
ucer is Iuf1eltlm 15-tt wide and 10 feet high. Bubble on top of cab provides greater visli-

guided. mis es. n or a olV win i accopanyU n vera on on1 alm r~t EUgar."- rag 1.
Ordi.ags's h pg~ 'h JMop the vehicle, built by Four Wheel Drive Auto Company. It's show
"We have your fine plan for a -above. Clintonville, Ws._ .
rocket ship under study here," the .,._ _"..... -" ..
officer wrote. "Your idea of put-
t' n wheels all around this ship is r a.ngF sJ Made I Se "The Wa y T
a good ione, because who can say ruII g rIn U U f wYW y I0

laget? Or a a e r w heels o top F or stst T' ird Dynasty Pharoah Something Is
which direction is up In a ItreaSty Ph roah A
,,..,tO r obe iA acrash Ian. SO-Dething Is
Ift' Ie_"j#lot might overturn and rFor.' TarG'h
e tObhave wheelson top. o After It
'M have to change Go
yon VesZip a little. Turpen- MW* wr~ on bqaut -ala.iSTAFFORD, (W) -- It
"ne and oxygen are very CAIRO (Up) Dr. akaria! ..: lowe a.okIu-_ncoM.
S, rlls we must have ex- Goneim, chief inspector of antiq- iaste aId lh V e bA, e ti uio S
t ... ". '.t anmunits gobr' into uties at oSana who has been ash the asIe j mSrofoPd. Andt^ainege
.", .. eaine: I think automatic excavating on the, reil of a W47" ... hasabienestich,pstruelkuehn
,D OF ... P.J i valves would be safer, don't you? 'lost" vharaohrnside the 4,800-ye to T and P er.
be^ w "ln ovr i D/Jone's kt 41^*et^he After. A.5that pilot will be pretty old unfinished step-pyramid, has TOc Uents oe le
ofor. h rsfoundanc.ient bgoldjewelryand e an mnspe a These n dlic a
e, e o al W sou of Mr. and funerary object insribed with jdid sjeweory. Tmev a A tit, of av ailbe due to f goget-'er
SUnites, has been in- the holy nam Zoser, nd 1fr tie Pa eet with Chamber of Commerce.
..teril'i'space travel since the king in after-fe. wrli:s being do er- IIt learnedthat uno c,
,, P aj.^ii.g~,a ^lt ur.apcording to hie moth- Discovery of these objeetsj con- ed. c- aavretrunhd cJ
er. .' isidered "prom i," andit ha re-cze, a Bavarian ker, dom
'' I-"W# don't know where be gets stored ho in arcbelicSr eec o insri s of to hi -witi i who
I'ID. F J,.s lt bec neither his father nor I cles that Goneim's current exa t he a J*W er aon 0e.WV halndl n a job a toyWstb
SSHADES OF JOHN PAUL JONE. ,o. n. about scientificc tionswl unearth the elusve i" '. The e."i1'C, d d t
be rolling over Iin Davy Jones's lockerlt.e .ArIht.the thU 't"h d 'tobe p sen- Amy ofs a Third Dynasty e-_laed Ui_. .d. d.. miCeks to, e aba a kebar 'e
N.^utwrld~a~ elea.lerep S .-..4W i~ bot o :me hq going to be a scine- ied nMe'the centriieaied Sm a^ .._l"rep i e .
for the entertainment of its crew. Hen's AdhCnia itebert B. Car- paid that Stanb1 1 r. h avnh hee ce, a hataceprobabl a rela-f Iand bilr n .t ,k
ney, chief of naval operations droptmng a coil" lte tUo music k-& aret e ept|ld.a hS2er, prl ..s., fte ofs.ITe uscovrs lv she d a truck to m.O.-. ut
aboard d the .Atomc sub. Proceeds go to arew's r. atm fntmd.j ._thltpt h kept s.rend-co"userL e Aabashed ptha, Meee.vf-lhsTe '"" s--- "v"

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EVERY MILE COUNTS-Thirteen-yur-old Mary Bradshaw of
Winflld, Kan., works for humanity as she splices one, five, 10
and 20-dollr bills together in a "dollars for Udall" campaign.
'Wmiflad residents hope to get $100 for each of the 18 mile be-
tween their community and tornado-ripped Udall. Watching Mary
work is John Hendriekson, commander of the Winfield American







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AxnerIqp.!p fabled actor, Edwin Booth, ducer-Director Philip Dunnp considers1o0%'
reim supreme as the PRINCE OF PLAY- perfect casting in the -role of the great
i&.lmn 20th entury-Fox's stirring blogra- Shaelispbarean tragedian. who inesmerized
ilW romance to be. presented in-.Cinema- the world ,with the power of his voice, Mag-.
Scope with De Liae color on Tuesday at the gie McNamara, a comparative newcomer to
Belga Vista Theatre. With him the whole acting (The Moon is Blue'. d (Three coins.
ehthra1~tg world of I-th century theatre in .In the Fountain titles h'rioOdrmar f~jrWffe
Amwl. -willcome to vttld reality as "The first time as thtloely '."~1 t" wIho fills
Mad, Booth" of Maryland travel to the mln- Bqoth's sife with love and :hope. Raymond
Ing acmps of. the Oolden West. storm the Mgssey takes the .stage as Edwin's father
dramatic capitals of New York, Londob and Who bequeaths him his talent and his mad-
Wadhington. Everywhere father and sons re ness. John Derek portrays the vainglorious
front page news with adventurous escapades John Wilkes Booth whose Jealousy and hat-
that shock their Victorian contemporaries. 4ed of his kirother's success drives hini to
8'1tish star Richard Burton is what Pro*-i his fjoal role as assassin of Lincoln. Adyt.

CRIPPLED BUT NOT CRAMPED-Crutches and useless legs don't etamp the dancing style of
immy Dempmey of Atlanta, Ga. The 17 year old, shown jitterbugging his way through a feast
mauber with Linda .Winslett, 15. is also manager and pitcher fort, salt ba)eh l teane. He. Was
beboa with soft bones, and his legs have been stunted by about 60 fractres..
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DRILLING 'CAME EASY TO' HER-41ster'JoaM Mane ealls ordeki tore 'yrfl` *iWet -g 'lhw
march in close-order drill at Bishop Quarter Military Academy in Patk. Ill. The Reomenc Ccttolfieq
nun, principal of the academy, helps the school's militarY inslhuctor by drilling the ele.ef1iFtryq
school boys. She's never had any special instruction on drilling. She "just sort of picked it up," .
academy officials say. -
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Geographic Briefs

'"--o. :; iellyfih which sometimes,
grows into a poisonous monster
... .. ....L.. L.,dcies, numbering
,as many as 80u. can kill a man.
These huge specimens inhabit
Arctic anp atlantic waters, says
the National Geographic Society.
ineir pulsating umbrellas s pan
feet in some cases.
Main-Jias probably -ten times:
as many deer as it did wd~eii usme
first settlers arrived. Fifteen years'
ago the annual deer kill was onlY.
about. 222,000 in contrast to 37,000
ian 195
From Aswaji it *Eypt
to the Nfle Dtl, anks of the-
river are settled and activated to,
i a depth of only about. 1 miles
Back from the sh6fes. Egypt's |
borders enclose a land are equal
to Texas and New Mexico combin-
ed. Yet it squeezes .8 population ,
of 22,221,000, two .nud a half
times that oL Texas,' .Vt three per--'.
Scent of this. space;'
Today the NavajQ litdians numb.:
er more ian 70j060 compared to'
7,000 ,in 12M.
Farmers sometimes berate the
beaver, Castor Canadensis, says
the National Georraphic Society.
The animal dams an Irrigation
ditch as quickly as a atr'am, and
it is full capoie of .he p p i n g
down hall a dOzeb young fruit
trees in a single n ght.
The Fleaish. language Is spok-
an more than -French la Bruges.
elgium. U~~eath both are official
tongues. ~ou Friemiogs ,p e a k
French as -w as Flemish, but
few French-speaking Wa I1 0 on s
have a command o! Flemish. An
English- or, German-speaking per-
son can sometimes pick up words
or the geneira drift of Flemisi,
and, it isH L t very difficult for
such people .to read simple pub-,
lic signs.
Resolute, on Cornwallis. Island.
is the srihernmost pot of the I
Royal Canadian Air Fotee. .It Alis
So miles north of tbh Arctic
Cirlet. Ou ing planes, make -a-
bout lis~a in spring, carry-
in pl d a year's supplies to
KMau'.ain' ad Isachsen, Repo-
l 01W. edent weather stations.
i lWh*a.t frost extends at leat
I1 intAto the ground at Reso-

Each spring the Cincinati SWpe
SodCty 30 male members eoxi-
bit their prizeblooms. Recently
1J00 flora tries attracted 10,-
M0 visitors to Eden Park's Art
Imported from Spanish West
_AfrP. camels carry many burd-
.5 peop ., in the Canas.
R's dpulation of 8,500.-
i matches that of Aus-
l l*- tifelt more than 200
Sas large. Two hundred for-
trMles long and 85 miles wide,
S island has about the same a-
#o as The Netherlands.

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In Featured 7 Furlong

Juan Franco Sprint

Six apparently evenly matched Class A and B
imported thoroughbreds will match strides in the
featured $750 Radio Workers Handicap this after-
noon over seven furlongs at the Juan Franco race
track. The owner of the winning thoroughbred will
be presented with a beautiful silver trophy..
Leading the field postwarda and ually drew away from the oth-
probably in the mutuels also is ers and continued their head
the Anguizola stable's speedy Su- and head battle right down to
gVrplum. The speedy daughter of the finish line with the grey son
Denturious-Little Witch is enjoy- of Hunsingore-Montes.Birt get-
ing rare form and should be hard ting the camera's verdict by an
to beat. King Flores will be in the eyelash.
safdle with 115 pounds.
$ugarplum's sternest opposition' The winner returned $7. Ut-
sfould come from sprinter Barge tle Manuel Icaza gave Monte
VRNyal and stretch-burning Goyon- Rouge a perfect ride. Yeaza,
d. The latter, once one of th e Guillermo Sanchez and Juan
best horses at the local track, is Gongora shared saddle honors
again racing to top form. Barge with two victories each.
Royal will have favorite rider Ma-
ngl Ycaza up while Freddy Rose Favorites and second choices
wl guide the son of G o y a IT. almost completely dominated
Barge Royal will carry 113 while I the card with no longshota re-
Gqyonder gets in with a m e r e gistering.
strong finising Don Cuto. The dividends:
tqleatening to surprise one of
these days. is another dangerous FIRST RACE
contender. Fortunato Hidalgo Jr ..- .. $7. 30 2..
wil boot the stout-hearted son of -Gau Pnc$7.60, $3.60, $2.40.
Fsrfax. He will tote only 103 ung Princea $3.40. $2.40.
pounds. -Nwbhtn $4.80
Persian Countess and Bradomin ..ErtCOD... ..
riund out the field. The Countess, -BVoImndes $3a.00,
expected to be in much better FIRST DOUBLE: $19.60.
shape this week, returned from a U $ .
layoff last week. Concepcioni THIRD RACE
LRui will ride her under 112 while Tampl $ 40 $4 00.
Lis Giraldo has the leg up on!,1 ,"-Tm el' 0^ "00
-pdomin with 116. This wil be .-.e $26 0..
Bradomin's first start since the ONE-TWO: $26.60.
President's Classic on May 1 when FOURTH RAC
he wound up a trailer. i FOURTH RACE
On paper the race shapes up as 1-Panchita $4.20. $2.20. $2.20.
Asprinting duel among Bar g 2-Den Pitin $2.2(, $2.20.
_gal, Sugarplum. and Persian 3--Ji Ali S2.20.
Cqntess with Bradomin. Goyon- QUINIEL.A: $5.00.
de and Don Cuto coming up to
j`, them ii the final stages of the FIFTH RACE
event. The race has possibilities. 1-Jacholin $2.40, $2.20.
pming the winner is going to be 2-Filoe $2.20.
dficult chore.
Yesterday the Stud Taboza's SIXTH RACE
tqmisInd three-year-old Irish 2- rmpir Moici $3.40. $2.80.
colt Monte Rouqe hung on 2-or One $4.00. $2.20. ($2.20
gamely in a hard stretch drive 3-Feirlyeble $2.20.
waose out the Stud Buena e's
e*pnsive Chilean horse Esco- SEVENTH RACE
Wong sprint 2-Palo Fees $41.00, $8.60.
Sutuele favorite Blakemere 3-,unanine $S.00.
third, two lengths further SIEOND DOUBLE: $.;1,0.
iok, and Fan last, four lengths
hind Blakemere. r rloanT RACE '
e start waa good* but Blake- 1 -B eoni $4.00. $2.20.
got off to a bit sluggishly- 2-Denny Boy $2.20.
S wa was immediately closed out QUINIELA: $4.40.
.l een escorial and Monte
RoiRe, losing several lengths NINTH RACE
then forced to take back. 1-Poppa Fvann $3.20. $2.80,
Na!:emere made a rapid recov- 2-Pinine $3.80, $3.00. ($2.20
4rY and flashed down the back- 3--Cross*a $4.80.
stretch to draw alongside pace- ONE-TWO: $10.60.
4tt'ng Escorial.
Sree furlonra out the entire TENTH RACE
f*1A bunched with Ercorial I-Monete Rn-u $7.00, $3.20.
holdlnv a slight lead. The group 2---eerlinI $8.00.
continued like a team-to the ELEV.NTH RACE
he ,of the stretch where Es- t-Penniloe 54.00. $1.00.
coal and Mon i Rouge grady 2 -B1ftey 54.20.
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SA;ee tina erl ar For:
Slings: Every ifteer-Days for:
4 Sailings: Every Ten Days for:
S(Gulf -Vessels a at VEBACRUB and TAMPICO
S(MEXICO) ever six welks)
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at BAIAOA an JUNE 20 and 21, 1955.

Accepting general cargo for:


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Keith KuUlg, age 13, the baby
or the youngest member of the
squad. Although small of sta-
ture, Keith earned a lusty
batting average of .386 and
played a great game at second.
He Is an excellent clutch hit-
ter IA his league on the At-
lantic side.

Nashua Wins

The Belmont

By 9 Lengths

NEW YORK, June 11 (UP)
-Nashua today won the $119,-
800 Belmont Stakes and added
$83,700 to his earnings.
Nashua ran the mile and
one-half distance in 2:29 flat
which is one of the best times
registered in the Belmont
since it was first run in 1868.
The record is held jointly by
Count Fleet and Citation
which ran 2:28 1-5.
Nine lengths behind Nashua
was Blazing Count and Por-
tersville finished third.
Eddie Arearo rode the win-
ner which paid $2.30, $2.30 and

with takingoff more than 20
pounds when he signed for the
match, Archie Moore puts on a
,long sweat suit over rubber re-
ducing clothes for workouts at
Summit, N.J. The veteran,.
Defends the light-heavyweight
championship ag against Bobo.
Olson at Polo Grounds, June 22..

24 Years in Natiomal League
Written for NRA Service
QUESTION: A left-hand batter
is up with a runner on first base.
The runner breaks for see on d
base. The baiter leans forward to
swing at the pitch. It is inside
and low, so he sways back to his
normal stance, taking the pitch.
He keeps his bat in the same up-
right position throughout the move.
The catcher's throw hits the bat
and bounds into the stands. How
do you call this?- George Arm-
Answer: U Is a w throw a
the mrnor is s tled twe ases.
As lug as I ere was as r-
fereee by te BoatI It wo up
tote ecsteer ois get s d tMrew
oftL tl Is a Jldgment play. If
e us rs, es anterfereee, the
bater Is ot ad wis les k -A
two si the ,eIMer nrta"ri *e*
firt base.
Q. You bear of chap oou-
run at Ebbets. Field. What ase
the distances at the foul dthes
.end in dead cater field?-Oscar
Delaims ,


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SPORTbMAlBHIP AWARD PRESENTATION .M President Jimmy BfRir f '. -l CiOpt. Wil-
liam Thorn, conuomnding officer, Coco'fidfl val Station, with the C44s T0 Rotary
Club Sportsmanship AWard. This award 'annually to the teantm 9~.hb the]esft sporta-
manship In the Criatobal Armed ServicesY. AjU80 Basketball League.' It wa won this year
by the Coco Solo Naval Station team. Seated are Allen H. B, Perklip (left) and Manoloa. Ca8-
twlo. .

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Brooklyn .....42
Chicago ......32
New York .....28
Milwaukee ...27
Cincinnati ... 21
Philadelphia .22
St. Louis .....21
Pittsburgh ...17

Pet. GB
.770 -
.582 10
.519 14
.509 14%
.429 1&%
.423 19
.420 19
.321 24%

Chicago at Brooklyn (2)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (2)
St. Louis at New York (2)

Chicago 000 300000-- 5 0
Brooklyn 001 002 0010x-4 7 0
Hacker, Jeffcoat (7) and
Cooper; Loeos (7-2) and Campa-
nella. LP-Hacker (6-4). HE
Gilliam (4), King (3), Campa-
nella (19), Hodges (10), Snider
Milwaukee 000130 003-7 11 1
Pittsburgh 400 000 000-4 8 2
Conley and Crandall; Friend
and Atwell.

St. Louis at N.Y. (Postponed,

New York 18 .079 -
Chicago ......30 19 .612 4A
Cleveland ....31 22 .585 SI5
Detroit .....30 r24 .556 7
Boston .....25 31 .44613
Washington '..22 30 .423 14
Kansas City ..21 33 .389 18
Baltimore ... .l7 37 .315 20'
Baltimore at Kansas City '(2)
Boston at Detroit (2)
New York at Cleveland (2)
Washington at Chicago (2)

Boston -401000C000-4 10 1
Detroit 004 101 Olx-7 10 1
Brewer, Klely (3) and White;
Hoeft, Birrer (2) and House. WP
-Birrer (1-0). LP-Kiely (1-2).
HR-Kaline (11), Tuttle (4).

New York 500 001000-6 11 0
Cleveland 000510001-7 10 0
Lepat, Sturdivant (4), Kucks
(6) and Berra; Mossi, Houtte-
man (2) and Hegan. WP-
Houttetan (5-2). LP-Kucks (5-

Wash. 000 000,000- 0-7 3
Cincinnati at Philadelphia Chicago 401 211 Olx-40 14 0
(Postponed, Rain) Stone, hea (2), Abernathy
(5) and Courtney; Trucks (6-4)
SPORTS and Lollar. LP-Stone (2-7).
----- Baltimore 000 000 100-1 5 0
Cashmere wool is made from the Kansas City 000 200 00x-2 9 .2
downy fleece which lies under the I Pilette, Dorish (6), McDonald
goat's long hair. An average-sized (7), Moore (81 and Smith; Ras,-
xoat gives only three ounces of chl (1-1) and W. Shants. LP-
this fleece. Ipltt0 <6-1).


Snider is 1reete by his son,
Kevin, 5, at their home in the
Fort Hamilton section of Brook-
lyn. The Duke also delivers the,
goods for te Dodgers. I

Juan Franco Tips
1-.onio O auidatelo
2-Lady Moon Wineaba
3-TYoutitp Golden W. (e)
4-Eleta Don Brigido
5-Noveno :Barlyoa
6-Paques Me Foot
7-W. Stranger Nobbscrook
8-G.ldeOn ta TaIn TilUn
-Subi i V410,]Star
0- ln Countess B4 Royal
11-.CoUeg "Gii Moonshiner


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1-Takeaway CampHe1 ll1-Hasn't shown muh 10-1
-onasntida L Pi G. 1lIz--I f a ers@t dfdtanee 5.1
--m V. Ortega 113 --Otr choice in thriller 3-2
4-Mimi M. Yeas 105 -4I14 oo sped3 -1
M-oon Fi.hter 3P. Hidal 106 --Should be close up-1
6-Don Br 1do R. R 113 -1Imwving steadily Wen
T--od Mena 118 -Raegood chance 4-1

Oth Race "* Mported 1 MillaPunre W$500 Pool Cloases 2:
1-Barlyon H. Ruiz 118 -Seeks third In row Even
2-Came B..Pita. G. 105x-Nothing in months 15-1
--Noveno C. Ruis s115 -Ha strongIst finish 3-2
4-LaysBrook 6ng o 110 -Bamt earlyiLfoot 5.1
Bladfe r .otee 110 -a show nothing 30.1
Made pame It
y. lidalgo 408 -Dangerous this time 4-1

Fth Race "I" Imported 6t Fgs.Pqm 37M Pool Cloes 1:35
First Raie of the Double
.1-.Mr. Foot L. Graldo 114 -Rates fair nchae 5-1
2-More Fair E. Pita. Q. 97x-Early speed o'l 15-1
3-Choice Brand K. Flores 114 -Should be loge up 2-1
--, on^ J.aPhilmips 110 --Returns from layoff lo-1
-Alaard H. R 110 -.Usua unnerup 2-1
f-Gonsaga C. Ruiz 115 -Codqldwin again $-i,
7--Paques M. Ycaaa 109 -Racing to top form 2.1

7th Race Imported W rse S4l ft Pi CloeMs 3:35
Second Race of the DOUle
1-Nobbscrook _M.'Ycaga 108 -Jockey may help a-t
2-Los Morro0. Igleas 106 -Porm indicates ... ta
3-Welcome Strang.
-. PitA. 112 lx-Good early speed *-1
4-.-Coroneine0 J. Qngora 106 -Rate0 good chance $31
5-Cppador a Drio 110 -Reportedly improved 4-1
6-Firenze D. Barret 102X-Nothing to Indicate 25-1i
7-Lot 0 Trouble B. Ortega, 100 --4rly speed only, 15-1

Ith Race "G" Natives 7 F.PPure $75.t0 Po Clowe 4:4
1-Plola C. A. GonzAles llx--Good recent efforts 3-i
2-Golden Fan J. Phillis 114 -Barely missed In last 2.1
_3-Buaba H. REis 113 -Improving steadily 3-2
4-T in Tilin M. Yeasa 101 -Has strong finish 3-1
5-Don Jaime J O6ngora 114 -Nothing recently 8-1
8-Redaodlsa 0. Sanches 108 -Early speed only .
7--(Candelaria I. Campbell IlOx-Would pay long Odds -1
8-Piropo B. Baez 10ft-Not against these -1
9-Avivato) F, SAnchezs 0l Ox- ld lotough 15-1
10-Que Undo) E. Pita. G. 302x-Not good enough- 15.1

9th Race 'D" Imported 6% Ftg Paure W. POl Closes 5:1

1-Valley Star
5-Dark Sunset


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M. Ycasta 110 -Poor race in last
J. Phillips 115 -Could score again
V. Brown. 1171-Dropped In class
C. Ruis 113 -Returns from layoff
E. Corcho 100x-Nothing to -dilcate
0. Sanchez 115 -Reportedly topnotcher
F. Rose 110 -Form indicates ,
L. Giraldo 116 -Hard to beat here


19th Race 7 Fgs. Radio Announcers Handicap
"Special" $75N.V Pool Cloes 5:40

1-Sugarplum K. Flores 115 -Racing to best form
2-Persian Countess C. Ruiz 112 -Will improve here
3-Bradomin L. Giraldo 118 -Returns from layoff
4-Goyonder F. Rose 108 -Back in best form
5-Barge Royal M. Ycaza 113 -Will fight it out
6-Don Cuto F. Hildalgo 103 -Has strongest finish


1th Race "No Winners" 4% Fs. Purse $5.0 Pool Cloes ....

1-Rayito E. Gastel
2-Moonshiner A. Valdivla
3-DfLa. Barbara J. G6ngora
4-Doctor K B. Baesa
5-College Girl M. Ycaza
6-Curasalefia F. HUldago

103 -Has shown nothing
115 -Should win this time
105 --Can run a little
97x -ood early speed
112 -Will fight it out
108 -Much better this time




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eBrow n K i lle r J a c k s ou .- iL -, aG G e t O Fr K m 0 Ori n gr
be p.d or the `o1Vstru- aJ Bill Vukovi
sar glad ch funds i anaa City. ta" or"L _s slod-a Aitde r Ar y t ..ts '.
.irnia when the Interes in th.e at hfsree ave during his workoqts gt the There'hs tlk of reducing ,, ...

S *ntd hten plunge inJ- lit Joe did l l week ,traling fro:driver meehanica BSp d. Y GRA0 W, hiwau dri oBudut' this
to g aaII of th* wel. A al top not at thu P ama.Gym, .,, way.. eftl ts. It's NEW YORK (1NEA) -B a- d ""to
.hal. b w*o.. 0. 1 s a on )be ao, it was la mfal. ing tor Jack he Cbs ht toa
e d tetrIn "he Guna Pre. ro la t the e Cobb leav., his s wck Willie went c ft it
oi -m,.t h .b_ n .ue at hlas d btutb o h at s ebth

on0 college .dr.on behind them. e lc ttit la_ Fef Bouroundpla, v brok es office .U the ball park. ip g his hand' into his glove. Th
In ge^adt, r to meeaee tsndri. ntlo .id Na- Cobb. aro.dthis timed w as hit re- was nIs all the way-only t
Eltackle depwaa Cl ar* wabeag aen. hal b eens presalt rtc Coe0 P art been cutdowna rae d tang something like .n and tek- bal popped out of hit ha

second tream sa otletee a fe th wpdted" fir '* I s pr-dieb JT tr hav- lstrafich. ..,v "n theiteAmerican 'Lante so apart. ak triple as
Bro s mo rthir d rea uioiat Noe ha oisn, owevri oulYou oan ak.. ..hator anyhi ghe did absolutely nothing to b in -- Then there wan Sad Gordra

thimothi l b rilliant a tag. Sh adlte it. The ro.u amUt.? get tnd awa w j'ay r abys woldexce m ake hts ime bihes th1o
o cDicy gdlrons behindg the J. kson is the ia of hir lot ywppw punche wie prmin ay dvi beoe atlii -- that baeb h rc, perh ps then with The a

and pet, deon over T'3o det THE TNIUNG 6oi. E to Sid, one a fleet onever, Go on II5
In d uitir to Am eehe andwill or.e J y H a e n d is r anhis fln- Shorty C an t eon and V ukovich-e-l s c ame, to.m. i d w. he a bre- bs e n whev a Plia t eam i inase on
FIEvi the departi g AAmH- al e -r im n p resaiva record. "a oan"la have been cut down in race day cent poke warn taken at the World ed into center It wa eGthe kid
ca atoa a Max Mowydstn and as 500ldncRteda 11to, ueaket his pro.debutal..WDan- trafi. .ith.hampion New York Giantse The play Wil" used to lv.

tSmSIm of aem BW Y k' W world Series .NeYsrksoteeboymut.t^erwurcin grabtfo an
arooks o J.rka'!ansape,, c coed- NHapJrcksonachoweverrc Ut1DdYou can't say that for any high- ed halve beenm s bs worr ying no g cet the ba l dkto the dofi

aGuglielmit No' Daok, lame aen ht lo rst setback .,yon the Isatlius, with beaten Roberto Murillo more sense If we eliminated hq- b World Series s bou t' o umsandke under s obued
Dicky MOgrop 1 e adMD the ackon i t w o isoe ne lest owapp mn punches with prtsn way .drivg before einA that baseball has been forgotten. uthr.
backs. ,r mtwh fights--the final viEtory being mJuan Salazar in ae e.4 pound con- the -tyMile tace. ,bOn t-d one,, M bh ar owe e, o
Juniors who made It and an upset decision over 3 to 1i -Hst. "l T H a n r here aT AheNDING SoE toop. nonchalantly steamed past csnea e
obe beck for another year a r vork e Jimmy Hackney in New Orla General adissitnfor this baul- oA r ln as tra. wheels bhack that up, too. Light aou and went for timrd Wile
CalvBbOlousvof Aowa, Do Hol-o a le alyast month. sotar bkWorl cardi'is only st (one there will be automirine racing now Leo Durochr and team Hre r wans the f hemsetes,

t I olloa nhHs wardrC ase-. Te"Kiler"t has ben rs a Pt r w i 1yIf Induaalii didon t have the as sont as your morning eggs was mree e wianeo an tgors
i d e of o n ow Camse ....o500-Mile Race ano their city would. With t ehis it was pointed aut one not
Aor.uao led o tg ehthmo n ad gl e wNofNvlly wans ep, trhes or s I player is worawin on next year's Csi oncinnat i Cachu Die r"
*h00o or to t t arteac Gne jutla baebal SpYks Weted some tim beore itserc There is room blot mproveme salary hi or yto heoa a hquor orderI dsthe W in mas tino g
nae n or a 1 visits the ChiDag stadium beal tg his only junior B k the second rwak$ aa CAi an bt o the ndtdianapol. Speed- otre in good spirits. o yu an .tena g ac" p s
tRckne at Notre Dame. The youngster cs Dave Utley, Maroonm n hd D .i Bd Seriesb t e th e oo or Pbrh f iNe 1 he the h re haupoe sed ur d ace e par, u s hoers intto Rour esr o ai Anf Dsbouk Stidhe oil

rsession of hla ^ial t t1efc mand ei h npaWed he e- paod up the o Yaoe b d the rrud migthe l adia napolis tng wi t isonc il and w him .
pGnet. ..erthn..s d t 1 a b e Sre 1 adhreduced if the method o qualify Monte Irvin and Willie Mays the wide throw, .
duei o Bl antch for the Hawa.-N.. h ing had been changed.S t are involved in a liquor sto the Yankee I HN i i
This, as you can see, Is ap toift e'le h B e i ter more years boe getting into an- lists. When the track gets them it Stadium. There, you find Yogi Enconto Today 5e
bnrn San FraLacan and scrcecompla D lesl O us ot ponw up to Niagaw have better equipment. Berra knee deep in an ice cream Elizabeth Taylor

lngskl. It eatha oor'Bdebty mrat eleeAr tes,"reGintrnpot Cincinnati, represented in 1939- venture. Van Johnap, inn t
ferxround. ,. o and'yare still l onr a loob-in since their 1945 so and who be aieves r .g field talks of his own t here nhop., Duke Joso rerre In ae

1 t Lith the s r I tradeM to a* moe rp ateir the Cardinals, world champions in should be rducad t 33 to 22. Snider says hls Ca oma avocado *DEEP IN MY EARu t
Moore IIL -s years older thn, car shouleavcan atep a abouwe al pitching. 1, have failed to w home r a pennant n afarm does fined
ailty he id to ow, ang there -lways hTdoi tses a time when a ofhue The We st h ad high hopes of every year since. "A 22-car field would avoid te

sotySted (Aa eeAo, )ha oe vione Ee oth- g ton thEV e aNIdE tha ee tr ofh the otes-oftead-rave--rs tat prob oodud-Gt
loadt the early roundhb, abithlr nthe ball park, now is In front i ut he isn't making the
ers rnif quarterback Gene United Press Sports Writer ing stars sti5 were in service, have got in trouble. They were a guy whenever you look UpLIn B te

Of ourse, Jerey Joe Waltott hd no weight problem, but Miam. e would be one of the best course, was last year n the buil"These excello r the Indianapolis Speed- the subway trains, Leo tells you ames
hg withas juBot about aOs s old vis Arche M nowor when t. oversplf ton opposite edr thig that could happen to base f Baltimore n e v e r havacking by the Gsea wayove the mechanical troubles Last year, Wiie Mays was like a The Golden Glove Story
this l ten n R r i n o, b lool like another all-New Yo rt k World Series. The last on t The 5-aile is reaching a point dto smoke a certain cigarette. He the Giants is themselves. T

the Issue. It roiows t w Boam World ries-the fifth in s e n Pittsburgh was in 1927, When e where dual-purpose race ears steams into your lving room many simultaneous batting u
00ere w motu. ncher. Oo t no th h Mepd Rooeva G Inn- keepers, tradesmen and Pirates in four straight. It' e Speedway and short dirt ovals, calln for a clean shave or d, ,, ,
Pleldn don to wi n simply because Moore has to Desortto e the sioron the Giants tn.g v e another one, to a t s tele- who haven't been m a World Se-f th newe rmed
or a-n .i e roundn Ihi fldl Dic of liob W he big town at least a paro of the activity on the youth market by ratI e back to the field. -
(B..seo of Olson ctan et, the lIteelp er Buk Ell Dueet, theae- series butD now they're looking for- Branch Rickey..i-- I They are becoming a hazard atONPAPERTAPPEARSranAnd1he's3broug

oor his tal pas, t hter m ide eiamnsh!ld aa Whn Dare aCe war d to the whlol show as the re- Washington last had a Wo r l d the Indianapos Speedway. strong rp. a i, until you with him.
trest of'e th lsihe nyt tela areeze.n t f, we r t of th e early surges t he Series in 3and t h e Senators I The Speedway needs more back to Cobb. Or your merely go
S. Navy, amp io os the Yande. will have to Iure on sve o re F name afacturers on its entry across the river to the Yankee
nThisanFs you can see, ist a prophetC- o pitch for the Hawaii- made olller o inf B rFWeav- The ih are 'mu./ero more years eon eng .ith an-
b n Sa Frelpossil an lo arc e r anp tevlnta t~ e dDo sdgthers e r a nd t befr e -eincinna, b regettinge in e lst. nei tTref I *Va J,
mnothe comt ,dart, mOs o~nsl c aoiliwtyhI oren the fist a rhas Cerag has Improved.bThe Yankees 1940, hasn't been up there a i n c e. Then you can pg, ep-hole aug- Bo- y Roy _, p"LAS MPR
a he e od l m .- o r Jn front of vead T Us ad Detr han' had gestions like the in a man, At 'LAST TnE y %aWnpA
m.,k r six rounl.r po -n, o -'o c ..... andteo'rare stol boing f or l s ther 1945 sh6io and Who believes .!lIbng field talks of his qwn liquou.., ,op., Duke 3os l"rrer, in
re er o er an hat m. trades tO a mre zip totheir the Cardinals, world champions should be reduced fr 33 to 2, Sniersays is Caforni avocado "DEEP IN MY HEAR",;'.
easily he used to owub. bha there waw'ty.comes a mn ; TheWeost had h hopes of every year since. "A h-car field would avoid.
Sn etown this year-ad that through the courtesy of t h drivers are men of good judg- a member of the Giant entourage n Charles Chapin, in
land srtll fire a lethal punch, And it doet heteoneb miy hap pen yet when the Braves Brave. andthe Philies. put a sent, but this is valueless in too says "Our trouble thisYear starts
sthe ea ods etmhe m Pattu i and en eamy a andns are completely untan- piece of the Series in Philadel- much traffic. in the place you'd i g u r e it
Oroset erse eWa!_cott h.Md no weight problem, but Miai. wJames Dunn. in
LAs he rea rot ds liofe o the Is ganon a fe terlo s ias m ee nu s things fateful 4-0 ohelaBkng by the Gi- solve the mechanical troubles Last year, Willie Maya was like
eas ight f treid r a l to get the show on the road. ants. e
l there with a puncher. 00 is no pcher, taPl and Sam Fine of Boston U. a
JesseArneeandRooseeltGri:nther easlerng ciokties ce Wortainy tha Lonest of tehi a ll ahte ,
SDrzewiecki of Mrquiete, Ar Thanks to soid construction 919, but at least they could go
mush for grannted. Walker of lichigan, Laroy Bold- work by the Yankees, Giants and across town to watch the Cubs in

n n pent at Wn Billy lope of Bayor Frank their own war party asking what's wrong with base-
Nthin hp;6rt hth t, Ttrahdlphyofcaure.
s r The lst aU Western World ball?"
If It wte e er and tell o h ardo Bid Duanen l of Tesa Serne was in 195 between the He won't have all the answers
ad t anyndhcould. be fight expert. (Please emdember nd yQu
man agiinst. .n good little man. n wouonAthe teth, tovoo,
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1id Plaberty points out that Moore can no longer Co back
ten strategicndreteatotyr maneuverad that his man, Olson, willy
There's .no doubt but that's the way to fight him.

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presents hn added hazard to boln; Moo re mow ets himselu tesaa with abefcaleounder
s I"ve ti Bob Olson's manager w
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aho1W runs aganst Ptatufrgh when ne waf an olD mi ann details fer the aamplpr hi.p
pounds avsNwelhL. [match with Atclas Moore at the
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lke is not 0a.lficently alert, to respond to opportunity's capricious Flaherty warns akt .
a. Moore wll make him fight his flight, Moore's *et." AndI "To carry the msdy ih," w"-
t M. oore in't one of those proverbial hollow shells, with stamina p led the iad So d er. UII..
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NEW FREEDOM often leaves
her with no choice of a mate.
want to be the editor of a maga-
zine. I want to write a novel.
And I want a husband who's a
The Old American Man, stu-
dying for his exams on the same
blanket, said:
"Well, I suppose a woman's
place May not be in the home.
But it certainly isn't in a man's
It is not easy to be something
new under-the sun. And the New
American Woman- socially e-

%BE CHANGING ROLE: "Already many men are learning the "Yes, we are in an era C
mysteries of the kitchen, nursery and laundry."
At Michigan State College a covey of sociologists gathered to consider the chang-
Ig role of the American woman.
'- Bookstores coast to coast carry hundreds of volumes with titles like. "How To Be
r jWoman."
Magazines, newspapers, television pro grams lend added testimony to the fact that
tge girl who married dear old dad is becoming extinct.
S "Dear old dad, too, may be. Women today, she implies, are sitivity instead of having to
ome extinct as a type. As one moving more and more into push these. feelings aside.
-professor of sociology put it; competition with men-even with
"A change in women implies their husbands. CHALLENGE.
a change in men 'and a change
in the family, the children. the NEW BATTLEFIELDS In addition, the new equality
whole social structure," paid the way for thousands of
How does this work in real "And, sadly, when a person young men to higher education
life? In the words of Prof. Mir- has won the victory, she must while their wives worked.
ra Komarovsky of Barnard Col- move on to new battlefields." And households that once ran
lege (for women : For this reason, many mar- into budget troubles run more
"We are moving into a time riages between the New Ameri- smoothly with both partners
when there will be hardly any can Woman and her husband contributing to the purse and
difference between the sexes in founder, sharing control of the purse
their social roles. Already ma- There are several compensa- strings.
ny jobs are being filled by the tons, however. In the bright surJight of the
most capable person, regardless The breakdown of the tradition- Columbia University campus,
of sex. Already many men are al woman has led to a break- the picture of the New American
learning the mysteries of t h e down of the traditional man. Woman was never clearer.
kitchen, nursery and laundry." And while women are freer A girl in Bermuda shorts was
It is not true, the profess o r to exercise their capabilities and studying for her senior exams.
said, that this is simply the e- potentiality men are freer to She looked up. She said:
mancipation of women. exercise their subtlety and sen- "Me? I majored in English. I
The larger picture shows socle-
t'fj working toward equality, tp-
ward the sharing of responsiblli- Rl, jA h I n iJ N\klr I
toes. nnn n ike Nike Is

'- bne young husband and-fath-
r. hanging the week's wash on

Potent Coa In US Defense

the clothesline, said simply: -
*It may be the way of the
world, but I think it stinks."
But if the sign posts are cor- WASHNGTON -(UP)- Enemy
rect, he will never live to see planes seeking to bomb America's
the tide turn back. major cities would have to face a
Today, 30 per cent of the lab- merdtrous barrage-of the guided
or force is made up of women missile known as nike.
-19 million strong. Nike, a surface-to-air weapon
Of college professors, w h o which can track down and destroy
shape the mind of America, 23 planes' with uncanny accuracy, was
r cent are women. Doctors? named for the Greek Goddess of
per cent women. Lawyers, victory. Some Army technicians
Wages, clergymen? Four per thlak it should have been named
Int women. And the percentag- kyon, after the Greek word for
* are climbing year by year. bloodhound.
Like a bloodhound given the
HOW COME? scent, nike drives upward by the
ow d ths comescent of radar until t finds its
How did this come about? prey. It is as unfaltering and tenfi-
Prof. Komarovsky says: "Wo- acious as the bloodhound, too.
Len have always been hel p- The hike's job is to knock down
aes to their husbands. enemy bombers which have been
%But within the past 50 years, able to pierce a screen of inter-
y have had to go outside the ceptot planes. The Army does not
tme to do it. They have had to claim i Is the perfect anti-aircraft
go outside and into the man's wea pn, but it is by far the best
World. to ilate.
Equality has been the natur- The supersonic missile is about
result." 10 -times as accurate as the bet
World War II anti-aircratt
i Hundreds of tons of steel amd
*But another top-level sociolo- concrete go into the building of one
st, Prof. Gladys Meyer, points of the launching paltforms for a
I a different cause: battery of four nikes. A separate
-Society, she says, puts strong control site is built, usually a mile
demands on people to compete, away from the launching platform.
&The good mark deserves the The mike works like this:
aple. The smart student gets Radar units at the controls
t scholarship. The capa b I e "find!" th .enemy bomber, a trac-
person wins the high-paying job. er beam locks on it, and the mis-
If-satisfaction, she says, is ve- sle and bomber inevitably meet.
often the prize in competi- In other words, it rides a radar
tn. beam until it nears its target and
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then switches to its own homing
To provide maximum safety to
persons on the ground the nike is
constructed so that its warhead
will explode only when in flight.
Recently, a nike was accidently
fired'at nearby Ft. Meade, Md.,
but blew apart in mid-air to show-
er its fragments over a small
The winged, cigar-shaped weap-
on is about 20 feet lung and one
foot in diameter. It has a range
of about 50 miles and can reach al-
titude of 60,000 feet. Its speed is
about ',500 mUes an hour.
When used with conventional an-
ti-aircraft artillery and air inter-
ceptors, nike will present enemy
bombers with a deadly screen of

The installation around Wash-
ington is one of about 40 the Army
'has built and is building to guard
major cities and critical defense
areas from possible atomic attack.
Other areas included in the nike
Defense program are Norfolk, Va.,
Philadelphia, New York, Boston,
Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chicago-De-
troit, Colorado Springs-Denver,
Hanford, Wash., Seattle, Los Ang-
geles, San Fkancisco and some un-
named sites.
Construction costs for each in-
atallation vary between $500,000
and $750,000.

Ador Bob Wikox

Found Dead InNY

Railroad Pullman

ROCHESTER, N. Y., June 111
(UP)- Robert W. Wilcox, actor,
husband of Diana Barrymore,
was found dead today In his
New York Central Railroad pull-
man compartment as the train
pulled into Rochester, where he
was to visit his mother.
Porter J. C. Scott broke Into
the compartment when Wilcox,
who was 44, did not answer his
atop call.
S He was pronounced dead by
Dr. J. Angevine, a railroad phy-
S clan, and the Monroe County
medical authorities were sum-
"He appears to have died of
natural causes," a member of
the country Coroner's office
said. However, an autopsy was
_I, ordered.
Scott said that he last saw
Wilcox in the train's club car
between 11:30 p.m. and mid-
Anght last night.
He retired about midnight and
left ord to be called for
Sochester," Scott said. M -
appeared to be wrng th
.,. had receuNly ap-pe-
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,, grand others' happiness 1the

But' the role of the New A.
IN TRANSITION, the modern wMmal s ha.v to live a myth meriean Woman is played by
that Be is only a womaZn.-4 H ogcal. women of all ages today, played
most uneasily by women over 45.
qual with a 1t-'Is having trouble Shi hate havin'- t live k Born near the turn of the cen-
in building a tradition. myth--..that she is onlyW'u,om. tury, when the clinging vine
She may be in transition, but an: dumb, cute. illogical abnd"i, was the tradition for girls, ma-
that's no PrOtStion against the delcsive. --re women today find their chil-
men whp drift away from her grown and away and find
at the bar, muttering: But there is no turning back tl4~ ves free to choose their
THE NEXT ROUND from knowledge. The New A- own we.
THE NEXT ROUND merican Woman knows that men .
S stand with are not. naturally superior. HEAt T R '
"She wants to stand with one I
foot on the brass rail. But she She knows that Ohe has gain. In addition, the e1khciwState
won't offer to buy the next ed. -euality, that she has secure. College symposium has v.-
round." ed a position' of-. nleendeadse, ered that in the years at
7 t% dn y. The New AinEltean Woman, women are far healtheir thin
In the dating years, secord- according to-r. Cladys Mey. men, have far more fmifis "- and
in to soceiolo Prof. Mirza ,yer, can stand hr own two yet are wary. bout maktngnsw
MomaroviJky, she is a- feet and i akr lzA choices, lives for thesRl,
dapt to the~ranidtion by 'b .An i' .f hoen hr. or the
intefllgent but', ot enough to er. 'Athis
outshine her beau; able to stand MATING hoosetostep back into the ca.
on her feet but not earn a wage reers they once started.
that will compete with her hus- The new freedom often leaves 'ut the enokm, in many cas-
band's; interested in her work her late, wrong or with no es, has moved on, leaving them
but not so tied to it that she fnoices in picking a mate., behind.

needs it ifor her e nappinsas.
When she marries and preg-
nancy forces her to give up her
job. sbh mxay become confused.
She has not been convin c e d
that eating a home and a fam-
ily "'lt most important job
in the world."
Too often, according to mar-
riage counsellors, she rebels
against having to protect her
husband's self-esteem at the sa-
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her energies running in all di-
rections at once and doing no
job satisfactorily. to herself.
Sometimes she may sacrifice
her family to her job. Sometimes
the other way around.
Strangely. a meeting of sociol-
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work, avocations, mother-m-law,
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Pamfiy WspofIlaflities have
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Preasnt-day me d i e is
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be happier if 'they had fewer'
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falo dftAhe whooping crone, the old-fashioned American
girl is fadit-.fjom the American scene.
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they heard it: that theo 4 n tun eah eapet It to
3 others within 15 minute, at. At the end of 90
minutes how many would Imnow.abouit ?It T
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"BLUE (JEANS) BOY'-Bill Sanson, a Long Beach, Calif., artist, caused more than a
little stir in art circles with his modern version of Gainsborough's famous painting,
"Blue Boy." Sanson used a light blue shirt, dark blue jeans, blue shoes with crepe
soles and a blue straw hat. Said he, "Boys don't go in for velvet and plumes now."


TO WIDE OPEN SPACES-A new model of the Aerobee
rocket is set to be fired into the atmosphere from Holl.
oman Air Development center in New Mexico. The rocket
attained an altitude of 123 miles on first flight, then 135.



POST OFFICE IN FAIRYLAND-This is a real working post office in Fairyland, Lake-
side park, in Seattle, Wash. It is the only children's post office of its kind in the
world. The post office has its own postmark along with many fair ytale characters.

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. ANGLING FOR A LAKE-Two Indian guides with their canoes follow a blazed trail
- to Bug lake, in Algonquin Park, Ontario, for some fishing. Portage, always careful-
l. Iv marked rannesq from a few hundred vanrds to three miles between lakes. strenamr.

SEEING THE SIGHTS-Vice PresidentRichard Nixon plays A PICTURE-PLACE-Peggy's Cove, in Nova Scotia, is one of the world's most pho-
host on a Capitol tour for a group of retarded children tographed and painted spots for natives and thousands of visitors who come yearly.
from the Muscatatuck state school, Butlerville, Indiana. _...

A RCHITECTURAL EXPERTS hail the Jesuit Church for modern use. The tabernacle, which is used on special
of La Campania in Quito, Ecuador, as the most val- occasions, is encrusted with rare jewels. The interior is
uable example of the baroque style in Latin America. so beautifully-carved that it resembles filigree. Quito,
Built in the 17th century by the Spaniards, it is still in the capital of Ecuador, is one of the most perfectly pre-
daily use. Fourteen carat gold leaf and red plateresco served Spanish colonial-style cities in Latin America.
are used inside. This is a prohibitively-expensive process The city is located about 10,000 feet high in the Andes.

I".- PARATROOPERS ON PARADE-Duke of Edinburgh, as Field Marshal of the Army, takes the salute as British para- i
Sr' tropeargxircb and drive "it during exercise in Aldershot, England.. They are small part of 440,800-strong army. | The 300

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United States Air Forces School for Latin America lo-
cated at Albrook toured Panama City recently as guests
of the Panama tourist office. Shown above the students
and instructors with President Arias at the Presidential
Palace during the President's welcoming reception.


SO-MaU4x THESE STUDENTS OF CLASS 55-A OF TOE USAF School for Latin Ameima at
Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone, will face aircraft traffic problems slfilar to the one
demonst,-ated here by USAF Instructor. This co urse on aircraft control tower operation Is only
one of 18 aviation specialties taught in Spanish by USAF officer and airmen instructors at the
only United States Air Force school conducted exclusively for Latin Airmen.

SNOWING KEEN INTEREST in a late model USAF jet aircraft, Is this group of student officers
and airmen, of Class 55-A, which graduates Thursday in ceremonies at United States Air Force
School fror Latin America on Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zone. Left to right: Sub-Oflclal
Agustin Almada, Paraguay; Maestro Tecnico de Ira. Jose Blvoll, Venezuela; Sgt. Leopoldo Sua-
rez, El Salvador; Teenico 2da. Arturo Mesia, Peru; Francisco Ordofies, Nicaragua; Sub-Oflcial
Oscar Matus, Chile; Cabo Luls Chirino, Cuba; Sgt. Rafael Hernandez, Dominican Republic; LL
Juan Ortega, Cuba; Sub-Oficlal Isals Castillo, Panama; Capt. Teodorp Sifva, Peru; Lt. Milton
Bubervi, Dominican Republic; Lt. Fernando Mar in, Chile; and Jefe Teenico Basilio Flores, Co-

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T lhe saat dlas n the- b yila .A0 C
t t*he U School for Latin.A-.a i.ev .
amirea' graduates ifnrmal elor- gradi stud ? 0m
Sceremoes at. Albrook Air'ed da '
For e Bate next Thursday. radui
The 302 officers and.airmen stu- hies will bgin at :O n
dents from 12. La t qt American highlight the week's 4 ith
countries is a marked contriat to one pf the o* t c "ok events
the first 20 airmen who arrived at men thib s ,
Albrook Air Force Base in 194H9z Pr w "d o, e-
"to observe US mechanics on the usatfm .e u h 12
lght line." ., nagmmea M a .a~.a lhack-
l eiice that early Srmif
Yer 2N offen ad an A ui
ftim 18 A die Latin Ameriean Iw Vi5 .._.
Repubn lhav received vs o- .a. J in .a --,l ,*^^an
was frm t-i Od kiM US A fr iaer tothe sebel,,,7 _
Soree teeleal sliool elperated Since the at. e
exclusively for the benefMt e* the' School as'an offielalluyI rk pcmbd
Late Americam Air Forces. USAF unit in 1947, officers and
Tlis seventeenth semi annual airmen from ]A of the Latin A-
graduation at the school w be merican Republics have received
atstded by high ranking USflii- Instruction in 18 aviation special-
tary representatives, including It. Ues.
Gen. T. S. Landon, Inspector gen-
eral of the USAF; Maj. Gen. Rob.- Recently, courses in jet main-
ert W. Douglass, Jr., chairmen of tenance for officers and airmen
the US Delegation to the Inter-A- were inaugurated to keep pace
mnerican Defense B o a r d; Maj. with current trends in Latin Amer-
Gen. N. B. Harbold; Brig. lean. lcan Air Foreds.
ILH. T. Alness, headquarters USAF, | Traditionally, the I ar e s t
ds well as key Latin American ir course within the Schl hb as
officers and the chiefs of the US-been aircraft. maiateuanse for
AF missions to 16 Republics in enlisted men. This croe co v-
Ceqtral and South America. er power plant wr and
lass 5-A, which began its mantenmae, vdru y
trp"lig Ip January, he a pen teams, and genera aairrf -
nsvis te sheel ^tenamee procedures.
sr e leatrdi Other courses are givq hp syn-
An courses are conducted in tliec (Link) trader operation,
Spanish by bilingual UAI. offi- aretaft armament, weaer o-
cers and airmen. server, radio communieaton, ra-
Many leaders in both military dio maintenance, control tower o-
end private education have signed operator aircraft electrical s y s-
the School's guest roster 'in the terns, aircraft inutrdmints, a i r-
past six months including the Sec- craft propellers, aircraft sheet
retary of the US Air Force, Har- metal, aircraft and engine, per-
old E. Talbott, who stated, 'This sonal equipment, aeromedical
is one of the finest things our Air technician, and basic English.
Force is doing anywhere in the Ts basic English eorse is a
world. We are fostering the sort retirement for all studes.
of teamwork and comradeship Provisions are made for the
that will help to weld our hemi- training of approximately 00 of-
sphere into a bulwark of demo- ficers and airmen annually. These
cracy. At the same time, we are spaces are distributed according
spreading the knowledge of mod- to each country's, needs and past
ern air techniques to a new gener- quotas. .
action of air power enthusiasts in The host government Air Force
all the Americas." chief, working with the USAF
An extensive weelo program mission chief and his staff, select
of activities awaits the igh-rank- the best qualified airmen and of-
ing guests beginning with their fleers in their respective air ftore
arrival today and extending to es to attend the School
graduation on Thursday. Outstanding men are often re-
The program includes planede tu d to the Latin American
ceremonies and a reception today; fcol to study additional subjects
a special briefing, with ope allied to their specialties.
address by Maj. Gn. ReubaeC. Te caliber of the atudets is
Hood, Jr., commander of the Cr- sue that rarely .m e than m e

THE AnIMNUOMSTATION UILU of t thearUd6 Ustates Air F eree ft aJ mAIS.,
at Aibr".nk The as e i t a r badnUssO W a Wd M t I Mm | t. .a..."ng .
ba te model alreat and ipmeak .

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"It Ts of tha ulOast
that. by mef "Uds ti
tort w atchOe gads m
darkilnby of f6 "-.
pose to detr
SPrdoe3es and duuu v
mamro at ea
' leu of conubaltbig.
f ev that are attend ptilg to p19

For ioa ddito to iat
nowlde, sAxtudt* f;tbj
_ bool l e tbe m
iewardin hnoefattoo withIt
seons (,other Latin Americ
counw r and the U litd Stes.
frieni. p'. reapece ,
velp no n Nheow lMo ss o I
b* to foster the de"ite --fr

ad by ia tlifr4',
official opened s an
six countries n four
courses then then
15 cases v een mgaaduated.
The uiet d effort ralnibat -
yof out Air A Fo'-et.ctlti" and
iet AreBt- hBee to the pqi-
er's a n wa d'o -
faculty of I no.
Save tor b* it d
'ml Wtratie seestaI e rr
spaud fMaieSp

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' The tSchool T.razis..- tm i
tim, staffed by cowvi ,
14.a rsnslators, Ia.df
stand rdi he ter
traoiting modern avi t on
k e rob
rs laes vl
tel s r.) .. .. .

t Lioo kmttv rtm
Our own Air Force methods, the
the development of a pompro
tetm for troop movements
directive commrods has bee- *rt-
q.ired ..
ThM aeronauticall equipment
prestly used in the Latin Alrt
icai o rieIna some 'eases does
not ph=rael the ealtempraity'
dhiment of the Uuted- States.
'Is'too poses a problem i tltt
nome equipWaent must be pro-

to the Caribbean Air Command at A'brook last March, Harold E. Talbott,
ce, toured the UAWF BSchool for Latin AmOerl;. Re. expressed his pleam-
SS"e1 e a,6qauring'technical knowledge which would assist each of them
Sthi. Oerletee of Uving and studying together would enable them to
wIMr .eir fellow atmen. The Air Farce Becrelwta 6mph4sftd there
u the return to their respective ,countries, not only to Imprt the
.V.6 gained, but to also champion this ap9rl o1 andty for aU of the
wlh Lt. Col. Harry M. Albangh, at ti.e school, as he
t tre tly n lng trin i hool an R. Ortega,
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AN MiCN S at the USA School for Latin America shown explaining operation of a
S. :- ,,.: .,. LiUnk t ainer to a student.

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I me a peie,. with you, Wa lt Whi a n-
I have detested you lo, enough.
I em i so you s .own child .
Whbo has had a plg-neded father'
Ilam eld noagh now -to make Ridends.
It was you that rotke the new wood,
New is s time for earvitg.
We h."avne ap and one root--
Let there be commerce between as.
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J~w s sin Goddamm,
d and ita net lop,
how wSnd dott ram ml
aidet buw and sloppeth ui.
An ague bath mt ham
P remuetl river, turmth liver, -7
Dmn on, ats: Bodieamsn

Saimggo-mm damm, ag S oddiam
Sag Sgaddms, stdg goddamm, DAMM.

While my hair was s A Mcut strat re w yr tnMehmd. .' -- .--
You ae by op bambo ott,y l. I The WinerryGo Rou
And we wemt a tying iv n STHvillage S" Chat :
TwO mall people, without dikes or auspoem,.

Im nelaughed,b rl WAS so far Peas& ohequesti, untom u,an dowwh after rst Raw
Lowerig nmy bead, at the waS. rast a wrm m w f beradm h a.. t bet. .A&j 2usav S* a -
Ca8ed to, a themmsi times, I neer looke bask. iee*rh.o orhappears
At fifteen I stepped geew~ingJ aelaks se utc ti scamd ye at that lacked the able Cutler adamu hIaiees usea.
sthhuld I ci4mb the leoteut?

Atr toen Ie separteawd, areu.: w .e. *us .
S dyou wet inte dm u-to-ye, Irbyg thymer m swrlaa o Laa by ogLe i i .g i Mo

hade. have -e wbfivemh ?fit BMmt itveats Wae hese 1mar..
ThaesnkdeI cmsts erkowulmtoleAsS ovrha dmtl, the ,M tw eti

S 'eam h gan bet u
You as p salierth mu swyefygriv ears wasro -i

Please let me know beoreoand, New e, bdWea m w wh ibee pem.
71AAn Iwilc e out ato meetfseaw. Ilesrimitepabiltyetobesgatehere]
saare 'ome s fundam ratal question the e

be nsrnvW ht.tlAg" S o~rL. a la bet-

tiheesW"s awfuitb Aa-,dtea'f
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p ro b esdto ner a o fh e nen tt Jn rSro w sskouh fiHo w n
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p a...a !uq4. ,..t ... -fg t .

b" 'at -e" eraptee bill imself aon N

Tes -ia V t -' tin happ to discover that tho ThS e *nncwpefCr6hUomssgoerr

fad ul seea ne p aivo th s e. tht tqe poweatersul'chec Telmmhe was, .-
Thrso b e rWfasri( l mot or trtn wt--e e a.

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a Ihsouttoary .*-a rlnthewa gu .

D .. ,r ,. i fM r-- .- .-W f e.Av.,Ofai rroa e-dn 4:Tis ap: a h

I o : essi ab.^e-d-mt -- -FL Huta... .......n.. e Als Mly so p"tr a a rh e cthe, ccl o go r a or. wha,
I** ".t "LtSo Taeea I .'o ee tt aj ,---- ay -" -- --the" m hek D e
Mats beef heUnw n alo r

csesin 'thee 1 r o..BU rh..a a-._ru._ I_ tinr C dlal i o t e Ng ss ioh ,- a by r eae hube Da, efto

A .a-c S^W V len-, a this as-. sp< a.. rot iiher Wml Cuib m from he ar-m. s o er Chaofmer- Vegs oo dgwa .no
.lanot!p louttte trdiar theios abor-Roeu tgh a s TEakees" i Top tet, damie eduednyr wAend Jeflo asa r mhtroed somiee et
..e.s pa hteried at pJusrth. euvr P nrj fmaj ia 9rs t Ga the -- bAt Jbas auorr C "

e l s pra's fir s sl ur g nll) W i. Itio .If .meet .
t e i ng .:ste .ttur D ind onemoot in Me

;The in a e. a .. ea-- iu- w '?u. T fls i. is Ca w Hit of h.w Yr tpu t t
Carl dt r gat H al ol wa ue wasrta .s kia the hel "erlo a, Goau-han -ad
a t fa the o.t .L.i se r ltoadd w ths Gv. cslied h ae A T"a It rsa
h wn -ae- .s.. .i. IA ..MrS .a a a Lra Im a ho'l hwas p hatrd tat er Waht (Ofa tb edg ukr' he
w theU .. w w ue t 3wa bd hee .l ut rhle rld' record for n.,, g the I .tl.desri s a dllo ". .ai 'b a pt t ld A tm s rt

I -_ 'i h li he 'nA hspI- D1 "l i las 'se e wotalia n I t he t m.

ther n. *or th and il Ne t e i te d pl : .T re 1 : oie m Iue sie. H OIP"i (oe ofI Texa l GThean's bsta
*: wa Me-... ,--es, .,- I r mh.. ole._ ., ,r r -etg Mit rl tt- e"im, Eanthd wd ot Hthe r te a d iv dw
Ashe' takn abot. mbarre trie orrignat-ssame I! (ow pdu'tGhi

a Prsmal ioern h.oSralIe m st P e i orsT e.tberslisp I- W a pe" o .ac d e I ltS ma
lheren a .1Mr re.eo. TNS td. ioten o e Ai. e i T ,I lr is of t se o ioe ed me Arecto

--* its v --- -- -htl Eoe i- --4 p sh -r >a e A / -.'ow
torkiersiwa who-r dcid er Wari- sL i Pcn oatist wt e a 'we l f a f
ev- bi I I- biis pestnt a Wo n. _mand f o

Delp i ,,.pa r t a'*s^sr ie So h had s. k I I D. .. of tat e we a pa35 a BSir.. eBtae Door: Ths yash ed Ga rl ulo er's) bat t.l i e a Ctn oa-
Thse emaS o bo Uma on an a t w ro ena- t v u roah rea Ted e ct tooee bIf hMedd faes e a ;
trhovert l ladigh reacednat so bi hTeIe All a reeivbete t ea ecafe r ats Cn Te s

.dtS iyabutly s lesb laej lin Met k T aes rd !e aeaT D. a oi y shows patn erubbr ch Ferek acia nedto .of sPe o ruwhat-n)
is m ovin rsl sb ee -F ll ui reand ro ar th aeinJ I th r H o in Silf muolng". .Th oa bad ies te idt t. ate nood
dSt IWaC00 re,"ien t lO.m M utedtioDec ke a di .i o Ar t thea, em o Ht hered to m e R oa m B d
e i to tnaSTet dytwnin rCag..s Th rtome Cabs Mat D hame. (It oo m n o ew pYai happfeor tha
ofV We AJ b s to u r Oetos Duesres d maidac rumored ag posib ate f:omors -. uroe.eWhGelooed liekeshare
the Naab'front p elpe- 'angehse A sfoaste.parthon a cob rn Margaet) w ille d La dy w enSt. ck unde r The oto
c i" to wtl toa oa- qeoutboutWAUaRI o'Th p eart d t ea the Cutea V Bani e excl m ed a
vI AR T Ie.a y =etwORt o tr at new f romtoe.Fasther Cow mderas o oN ita Hr s uc-a-ey at Jeff
pb- a ae W b nt L pa gis fr nt oWahi s a a y hasas

T du -- h -e r J et.. aOn oet. .I.a, Jef Bas satum Th some of
t y w.i'll demnd tat m an to e e th0 ertan dng b l yrg set Iteretinm an aement and b eWd
Au sWtdba wefsowhee-aie r-eh. adabil "l amselfas abT a-t a tema rl. .u).bt Jefa Hupram. Cd of Hoe
49 boaof far a smwithi.g ivetaothehis-burci le)

The malf ora4-,d csda)e

met cc h m, aeu"... Slltim 1a eed .adr ,et hi..tmat t pl s a rr thiasor ca st .. hse l. g
It e "a -.r .IV -= --, I I -M r ^ ,,'. Ig1I ll (L "i a
si 2l o te ia ps vsae win Webs fts Mebrofm Pal- W Kov s (aofel H'c a ne ri
is .Daw ser Ih e d .at C a. t. As e n. A la c nb o t tialb tw o lls.
ou h .A a Postrn f swim tir.gio fr m .en. on lransl s suspect, il. pt Ie in ha o rat e is a W
o-:n caw-seM BlA AN. Y. beIn a it m erge Rle' h trc. thc llerdr ht. h m e Hn i Goon a ar
C rl ftlsF T Js praday b o bii s t hb diae B t ytt ar harma'gs t aJd w r., .i
--er o"t hal rn1 :I -- -o --a Ci at i o nO's bg" -.. .p isr badg e dnor anert ":3 al'r to's' me. Bety .Gerge' c eik lr
.. lc then -World's rlcr qafo e fns pe ,Mp eople arik a Jdl -ot le sasi -but onld F Toe A rm
A n ouN tit tasll ightb sag r, te,,st p i"erose ctiv orint ests E k I t Te v t. _B G..w t.Ic .csne
i"hestoW 1 the --- C. i Illhel... ,-.Sre onma(er N : Ui o*w w emi hs pset mn y. 'suealy (ond e Lof T exa G uan' b est
muchnflue. -" h 'is 'hch i -lob si. ~ thti dsiurmw eoe n wa t edes Sir tS-f they ----, sca easily-they' r a ds) a hrI h -N,'L ave drvw-

; MstakM Th Labo nie oll r ,ial b (NOat.nei foc The pul ver izing! o te long TE ar na in. i- ePar
Spersonm power in his l- e s at a Ao d iebe nth: o Ot e o heai g. vm rt trs

w k this`We drivee.h.e. 1 _* ( d e a that 'm t e o ba o erm a trin e a y hOW bu l s teia i n aer ent got;
------a" TLl' 6 vit 0lwif n un i'I le, ra h ciw .atoeo apartment e stor dvore a ge i (he
m t D se Trhe tp e r he."y istowi th at ty u er
Iehe e It asks I ris a -. StLate vs a pl as-I a .e Snd Ths sho caneI (lover di) battl e escaped print.eop
3 kanotnyflm rt Egne ilodr lo r ioe. r i Lan yes, o rd e raa es, e d ...
SO e S yamI bcrbisi lBaniicon- ferne He' a eat paidchorau bndoy I s Qbi tI L A cafe fo ar tists and liters Is
... \te y e ap e. ... i d Sumh* ( w I Ro. w o e eo
,o fama, atagehaep siats I ippbu ta ,, : former at The Dy .e tes o in d 6nt sc ts and foor a e .uan. a

rl ..,..- Or a in cover te f lght far t reen in ve il Stockn gs".. To wn cnroand to e ate t he fo
RstibergM (the atom s lim) for' Fanny" isr o

Sthlbii aesi Nail G e ardian rag... (ha bartone sd a mase oaer ut you henow what happs to a
Sei th t eti on to S a Cr wol On of D 's big 'mauacur- Apl stae doOr. a t 2:0 e.. *- Rome.. Betty Go rge's cnik foro
t A maw.lnd "eisn of, ate prts-pe (F.o. J bsL_.T a e T o theo wneys wSa r esale.e w g yg Dea ('Bead n F he D Bottomr
ofeer lepybhiaan3d centsa aw gt a tx rfud of abo ta ol tle of the ttp t s wo fs fro Vego a

A f iB safl y, M ay I. CrMrmqP : Cl t 15 m L.t nea Goma n Cm-sh oimws willsm Inrve the summit, no tme Lt tin Q t, to. teDm
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w_ .e.. ......(today) willi demand that Cbm-slho otewr on cd.t.r:- "Ina ofrestI g management si t-
.eio -I / iader Marion achrab who. W or nedver e : Jteg
stand ui for 'subversive .eon-.H elmer, now am ae-ma. for eGreeflorj I Supreme. Court. He
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the School attempts to jiro. msta.andhl ACU o &0
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uerM national groups. al l bringing about this standard- .
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at W, ,t pt i C0OAO W lT Oft warn that t eI
suto' b t Aresan op~titi trade itt just the
a ad eei *% .1 ps .dent O& ha. Wpea .
r. seo mUlt acaden gradu- Ier clubs aAd them lawhat he cal r "a
at that- t tany Immediate re- 11 ofother trae ore the JWune 15th deadl
asite fnt, g or coference. the White a". sent Johnny Orth. r L
"M cold may anger the Rumstans %mrt.ey and Bob Chakales to Washbngton tor
and tme .3 pean 1". Moescow hua B.t t. *M.. -
Ssaying that Mr. -oesb6wer doesn't realy believed Chicago may even be willing to part
want to mo6er wih reml r Balgan. wth Chic w regarded go the number on :
But It It the rlse of neutralism In the wake of shortopIn the American league. The third place
t Austran treaty and the apnnuncement of the t o waa Iaa. an and a pitcher and
Scogeence Uthat concerns the president o g.
a nt Coi gtoey rae pulate The White osx vice-
Sr petdenot says "weve betd jinzng ourselves. We
This neutrallat hope for big results from the about Mikey Vernon and the next day he hit
.. oamin conference is widespread in Europe es- a haer. We talked ,t Roy Selves and the next
P Celay t France. day he h doubles."
SThereore, it is interesting to note that a few The White 8 re buy A the safety-first
Sauropeans a are warning against It. One la former deparent. Chiago players are experimenting with
French Foreign ister George Bidault. a headgear which protects the ears and cheekbones
He keeps telling th Ferench in spoeebes and at well as th e s te White Box have been check-
N articles that neutralism in France will give Russia ing nto the matter fully ever since Minnie Minoso was
one diplomatic victory after another over the West be ned on May 18. Minoo was sidelined until June
and he says it could cause the the Kremlin to win a great A -
success at the coming conference. -- -- i
STurkeys deputy Prme Mtniter, ftn Ruto te manager returning to the majors.
Zorlu, warned against the dangers of neutralism. Harry e at" ler of the Lou Cardinal
Says he'll put htmbeU oM he active l st when as he
SIn a copyright Interview with the magazine "U. puts It "I feet the tiMe is ripe. Walker indicate&-
S S. News and World Rport," ZOrlu says that f the the time will be rie very soon. That would make H
North Atlantic powers were to start guaranteeing Walker the first playing manager in the big leagues
the neutrality of some countries as Russia proposes, sace last year when Iddle Jot lihad the Philadelphia
then soon everybody would -be asking to be neutral A p. tt-yr m
and be guaranteed. Walkr, who Is 36, hit three for seven as a pinch-
.Tftt would mean wholesale defection from hitter wth ochester, where he started the year as
dATO and leave nobody to defend the West ex- manager. The Cards fired i d s tanky and replaced b
eept the United States and Britaina., him with Walker 10 days ago. s a
Russia's bid for diplomatic relations with West Harry has three big reasons for wanting to play. "'C
Germay hvin the odd effect of allowing down First, Walker eels he can help the team. Second, he but
international affairs says "the felows listen better" to a manager in top at
The Germans are showing no haste to accept shape. And third, Walker needs only five more days has
the Soviet invitation, although they are making it as a player to become a nine-year man in the majors.
pretty plain they will do so ultimately. That will mean e 90 a month Instead of 80 when he
But first they are asking the Russians for some naa
details they ar akin te R for Walker plans to fill in as an outfielder, first base- day
STheir first concern seems to be to make It clear manpinch-hitter and pinch-runner. He makes batting
to Russia that if Chancellor Adenauer goes to Mos- practice every day and still punches hits the way he yea
cow, that does not imply that West Germany s ready did in winning the National League batting title five
to recognize the Red puppet regime in East Germany. In 1947. sco
Meh e' Brentanto a n Wed Gormeiay will make no Walker isn't a long-ball hitter, but apparently and
neralsation dealt y there are plenty left in the maIjors. Both leagues cul
mneutra eationdal. will set a new season home-run record If the present
oe top of that, dispatches from several European pace continues. Nine clubs are hitting homers at a
Syndicate a feeling among diplomats that the record pace. The United Press says if the sluggers a
Russian note to Oerman means Moscow has no keep up their home-run pace, the American League Fart
hope any big results rom the coming Big Four wll break its season record by 200..the National by wh
conference. sprl
ong-term wooing of the ermans directly. The Brooklyn Dodgers have traded one-Utme hero
he Soviet move on Germany sio appears to have Joe Black to Cincinnati for cash and a player to be are
had the effect of nthe Japanese Jles eager than chosen later. It's believed the money i compar- P
eehad the effect of quick trea we Rssia. r Lively ball because Black has shown little since 1962. Go
Th e J a delegates asle ftor a rees in the The right-hander won 15 games and lost only four own
Soviet. not" t Bonn obviously introduced a new ele- to the pennant and was named National League will
et in international affair that might affect their rookeo-the-year. But his record dropped of to 6-
and-3 the follow 'ar, and Joe .was shipped down Hay,

The Japanese want some definite concessions t from Cl a no mo in fn J do
the Ruslans .- return of some of their northern Is- Black p a yy ology major In coleg tried to
lands for example. And they want to explore pretty use psycholnc on himself. He was convinced hM s
lah orohlyAn thepoes and conditions for Japanese trouble was mental. "I never had any arm trouble,"
trae w e the proaspde China before signing a he says. "But I had lost by confidence. I just couldn't

te hose lose-quarter tactic. kept man from using
f lk anti- vaccine. This year, Black on n relief April 21st. He worked
At the traveling U.Surgeon General Juonard Scheele rles times after thatnd righall ort relief obs.
Justie Wiliam Dougl"has Joleft Washea gton on the Former heavyweight champion Ezzard Charles

airs there's gpod rea lap of a worki tour believe scienll take will e able t fourth round. Butln fard came out fighting In
central Ash. After five year Dougla finAlly has got- the past year. But Carhes proved Wednesday night
to n thvisa theoravel ehind the k vaccrpubine o de p e leat. Friendshing from those fights. f ol-
slans did an about-faft In issuing tiO visa to Douglas, Charles won a unanimous decision from John Hol-

disease several years ago they accld virusm ofnia, Ine C oini. of j l, io anc
e he was on a mountain clmbin expedite no... head down and pulling into his opponent.
Sthe Himalayas. we close-quarter tactLombrdics kept Holman for
The U t. governme at says x scientists are bein log, looping punches. Holmabeen stopped Chan Toles six
Signed toh eep a ontublis Health offcn the makers weeks ago with help from throu long-range punches.
of stalhrds -po o vaccine. There were no knockdowns. Hol man staggered
At therog s m Is. o urteon General Leonard schele banrles with an overhand ria ht to the head late in
sas there osed r tean-o believe scence will be able. the fourth round. But elaerd came out fighting in
to use, tho theory behind the Balk vaccine to d.v'eop the fifth. Friends predicted.he would retire If Hol-
weepon& a other diseases. Aides,, listed theme man knocked hlin. out again this time.
dishes influenza, common colds, virus emona, o-
ea and cacer. The thing Commission of Toledo, Onnhio, wants
t it 1t fo Welterweight Johnny Lombardo suspended for has life.
2"-f 11 .tm eftame at a two-hour news conrer- .Lombardo '..rdMy has been .uspended in Toledo
ene s S e a nd Pblin Health official foll eow- n he ya o robatio by witha Fede-roal Court

harper dgaiky to s Tea cheef rem a
; lu MOROae fa mDiave r rt pt the prodeglpd ste aPA Lowry bnerdy 'siht. pte Toe roup
b po. P m e refr ad mo tted mal "hs h aed thassme responsi b ty o author it 's future

ftty audora thaI the arsdent asked foe. n e conduct ntion-wide
rmnb nwtos. operation .under strte stand ban on from Pelanda welter. ..
The noun ,VroatUows Commitee eat prod- The fight was cancelled after Lombardo failed to

Otuer a a .Bd se mouog ..Weiste wet boxer Muweiget Hapeioneo a been
Saarp e Harper eded lty to ts made by thefr a

WM pesmaual por p re s ek WAl Eauseak and a little-hmewn emit
"Jffe eou nnaT-o nl d m".- he w sume respo y or Harpes future ta
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eopatra" wouldn't think of harming a gold fish,
you can't sell that to the three hUddling in fear'
he bottom of the fish bowl. The three-year-old cat
be.n drinking from the bowl for two years now
but the little fish don't trust her.
Exclusive NIA Photo,
med "Reneged" made the major turf news Tues-
Hartack, one of the nation's top winners this
r, boosted his total by visiting the winner's circle
e times at Delaware Park. The slender hardboot
red with "Celeriter" in the first race, "Sakr-El-
hr" in the third, "Admiral John" In the fourth
d "Butterbur" in the sixth, Hartack rode "Fal-
&" to a dead heat for first place.
Reneged, a two-year-old son of "Revoked," tied
worldd record in his third start. The Woodley Lane
m entry was timed In 49 and four-fifth seconds
Ie winning a four and one-half furlong juvenile
nt down Belmont Park's straight course.
Two former stars of the Harlem Olobe-Trqtters
organizing a new all-Negro basketball team.
ubliclty director Matty Brea~ia of Memphis says
se Tatum and Marquis Haynes will serve ase co-
ers and co-captains of the new team to be call-
the "Harlem Magicians." Brescia says the team
tour just as the Globe-Trotters do.
atum is regarded as clown prince of the game.
ynes is a great dribbler.

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A week of theater activity gets underway tomorrow at the Panama University, where

.th:: University..Theater of (gaRica swiNl present a series of plays.