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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00784
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rl erlwa h a eas .the Isthmu s o .f a activated for the lait ive yeiro is
Iat was the idea of tryin e a the only one big enou to service
getrtingerm ion of CongresshaT The. the 4 ft. m r
tf thing he knew he and his e r e l h In-i was f badly du e aSun
--, ave the Hogae Mercant Maarse and.FisherieAs & t% when she ran into the east -- i
t4e, r that's where' we nome ia, with the Governor sweMing i of Gaillard Cut, ripping a hole il
his tan summer suit, despite the atr.eonditioning. the bottom.
He told the gentlemen tha the rolling stock was old enough Canal Co. officials said Friday
to se to the movies for oate oi M ,W pictures. The cars are that the 25,000 fee usually.charged --
a9 O140ely they don't evyp hvetc lights. The conductor for reactivating the dryeock would of the fP i watet n .
Be-thts the train at disk Iiti erosene lamps.' be waived and the damaged ves- TRA WR S ONEof the Unon Pacific's "Chalenr lie n a t water near
he ftelght ears average 20 years old. There aren't many of sel would be able to undergo re- Fort MorRan, Colo., after the train was derailed at a bridge washout One crew member was VIENNA, Austria, June 25 (UP) Austrinm
them-ft a line-only 40 miles long, but last year Gov. leybold had pairs there on a "use basis." killed and nine other persons were injured. The train was en route from Chieago to Los An- ing from long Soviet captivity said today Ame
to rove300 car repair jobs. The Lieranflag shipl which is eles with about 00 passengers. All but two o the Challenger's 18 care went of the track. oer pleadedthemth
The refrigerator cars were so full of holes thi thi fresh the proprty of a British company, owners pleaded with them to notify U.S. authori
WeASe refrigerator carstwere so full a hol a .^n th fest *d J eee r e w N v O f er o s t ,
.v.eLor said he'd have to have urry the dockd is expected to be were alive in Red slave camps and appealed for
a'vgietlell iled before they ever got to he custome"a and the f^e e f tomorrow morn. 3' *jad
to a.atwheel & Sofoty I to stay in business.bacor, .ian g W dage nts Payne.aVS JO S it ts S T e ha i n a c
M.h better, he said, to abandon it and pave a1.o two-lane S J a a f er 5ot bs f
hifl a`- I alont roadbed. o She is arryinbe caro of o507-d The Austrians said that in many cases where|
IoRetons of lumber destined for SuthohecnatvstaUke
spdoDaniel Z. Flood (D.-Pa.) of the Appropria- Africa. G P ican captives appealed for the right to contact yU.
t b the Pn hma C sahold be abandoned ions not a an o g lomatic authorities they were told by the Russia
e overnor who Ls president of this-. deral corporation, s r efn weren't considered US. citizens.
QOpened mouth, but said nothing. 2 Y0. ..ITe
S idthils was the most Insuffeble corporate. r yn WASHINGTON, de (UP)- butng. Ce, Inc, of Los Anels, in the Navy at 00 month plus The group of 186Austrians, 45 of hemwomen
e said It ffcers took vair tde yrd workers Hoevestato disclose distributor of the Grub drinks, expenses by Wlhire s Asso- ed freedom aboard a trait that brought them fro
ely condecended to takt wwaers, alOr e 1da a. isthat Itwo for r Navy ofo -He said. Moeller, an officials 'in ciates, Inc. of Los 'Angeles, an- fiu
IeJV to believe they were a law unto tPaemselves ers were showeredwith jobs and the Navy's procurement branch other distributor. wy y of ommunist Hu r
lod rf00dthep enta to makeikft,. ae y hinvstigatioal On roesld trike expensive gifts after they bought at Seattle, was hired while still Ellis said the drinks turned out
ef tsnal Co., aRd she Pa tl b S.one di $177 660 worth of fruit-flav ored to be "uatxsty" and many ship They were another up of the hundreds
M id lntteabe. C a. f edr ijat sa chief investi- a stewards where reluctant to accept sins hbye e promised to free under terms af the
aid s he put u wo lb s t for the General Accountin state trogly.
Ss w l ofi their bs office. idotifled men a He said the r9hase amo ed
e 'al of e l er and E. Mo aer, bthant

Sarea .opped r te tools this Operations subcommitt ee the offm teAed wa lat known a bem
amora pand assembled at the cers ordered 300 cases of "Quiz" a bartender in Seattle while Moel- lin in 1949. Sparks, a soldier, was l al
outte m ptedw en eno r n w aands lsse m d ar twe c r s ordered C ar y c as get of ui "ash sales anclast sent In p hP' otm a, 28 fi
ew r eanst docks for a protest meeting. and 900 cases of "Towns Talk" lfor was last known as a aman y.miles southeast of Mn in Cmp Potm, 280 cow
N wghtclubO wne Strong police forces stood by to both manufactured by Ha. h. for a Seattle company mies southe ast o io schao
guard against any rioting amid Grubbs and Co. of Long Beach, which .s the Sowiet, disharge r ,
O rising fears of a repet tion of Calif. Total cost for the dri nk Meanwhile, the Senatei perma- center.
Lt 4 Y t France's paralyzing 1953 strike which the Navy never had re-nSnarkavearounM n23,bwasmitt e
It O ut W ith04 Youths wave quested, was $177,660.,said ft w seek income tax re- Sparks, around 23, was sen- ----
a ---- Tlubh mu-~4 OI le three shipyard work ers He said Hal tead,xwh w as as andbank.-records of New tenced to 15 years in a labor TO.TO Ju
were arrested three days ago aft. sistant director of supply for the who respmaker Sol Schl tesiy er, camp but later rece ivedana for mer Amer/a soldier
er police fought a pitched battle Military Sea Transport Service who reused Tursday to tesy additional year's sentence or re-
NW ORLI ,ANS, Ju e 25 (UP) Police said the dead youth with a crowd of 10,000 strikers at (MSTS) at Seattle, Wash., accept-, abotft hifs. finances. fusing to work, the Austrians w Belgi soldiers
--. New Orleans Wgclub own- Rodney Gares, 20, son of New the Penhoet .Yak administration ed an automobile purchased by -Subeommittee counsel Robert said. will eav Red China a
er shot and- killed the son- of a Orleans police sergeant Pa u I building in St. Nazaire. They go J. E. Caraway and used it be- F, Keldy said the group will
Mms sergeant today in a gun Gares, accosted Almerico when on trial this afternoon, tween July 1952, and March 1953. insist on a look at the records of U. Army headquarter n exit formalities are
that riddled nearby houses he stepped from his Cadillac at Ia PIrs, labor unions issued de- Caraway, a former chief petty -A TAL -Members 'ot Schleesilnger, who makes military Heidelberg, Germany, canfrm- Pelpin dlo said today,
u p.s 2:30 a.m. tailed instructions to their locals officer who retired from the Na- CIO Unted Steelworkers are caps for the armed services at ed that Sparks was listed in
rZi .-alghtclub owner, Joseph Almerico, who was shot in the to prepare a mass walkout of 1,- vy in 1940, was civilian manager hoping- David J. McDonald, his plant in Presport, N. Y. army records as absent without The broadcast said
lmso, was critically wounded stomach and shoulder, told police 000e Ftench public servants be- of the cht petty officers' mess union residentt, will do as well Schlesinger who said he alrea- leave since Dec. 4, 1951, from the procede are being b
In that broke out in front th t noti .wo 'ma a g"A Jul 1. .at Seattle at the time of the pur- In. wagaegotiations with U. & dy is under income tax investiga. Oth Infantry regiment in Ber- the Chinese and Indian
S e in nearby Metaiie tag de' a two t A A k by bakry workers to chase in 1952. Steel Corp. as the auto worker tion, invoked the Fifth Antend ln.
en four ouths attempted to a k n when he riv dea w a gein- Ellis said Caraway was getting did withGeeal ent before the subcommittee.
i ; ssaid. ed h I eAM the Manhattan crosses threatened today to cutI a commission of $2 a case plus Motors. He said production of his fin- The Army said it hban no re- I g e n i a
Club b.Street. off bread supplies in the cher de- $50 a month in expenses as sales - ancial records might tend to in- cords on eight other persons re- Text of the brie
ALA Ur s ... _ee and apartment of southern Francee. repretative- of Apex Distri- erimiate him. ported to be Americans. meat. broadcast firat t


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l agabli t tore froneLor Polee said the gan may have
S tthe e i aee ttemptn up Al. Zonians were getting a Iittle and John A. Everson, co-chairmen Platoon with the 23rd Infantry
'unta raidioad toda'd merico, or may have been after coser to collecting enough money for the Pacific-aide Independetnce Dance Band as. well as a guest
wig third such acknowl- a safe in his home. for their annual July 4th celebra. Day celebration, a total of $1,260 .appearance by students of the
growing unrest.be- A year ago, two burglars en union th an ks to contributions Is still needed if all ex es for Dorese Waites School of Dances.
Sal u.in tAa ered the Almerico home locked which have been pouring in from the gala affair are to be met. Tickets at 60 cents for adults
T n broaast from up a baby sitter l a shower and Panamanian business firms, coa- Many merchants in Panama and 25 cents for children are now
ro a s re ~ tried to rob the safe. tractors, and the Armed Forces have already donated prizes at sale at the Balboa Theater.
SbI a week. IMrs. Almerico said, she recent- here. which will be given out at the Ju -
~ told er.husband that "I dread Sales of tickets for the July 2 l 2 dance. An extra added attraction of the
rEt mentioned theis time a the year. I'm afraid dance, to be held at the American A benefit show to help raise Fourth of July benefit program
l' of something will haaen." Legion Club gt Ft. Amador, and funds will be presented J 2ne 28 at will be the showing of the movie
onenvvng 30 The previous robry att e m p t donations so far have topped the 8 p.m. at the Balboa Theater. "Battle Taxi" starring Sterling
a al e other 23 was just year ago last Tuesday. fund to $940. The program will include pres- Hayden, which will being at 8:4
jil- grome s o ated year ago ast day. cordin to Emmett Z em e r entations by the Lifeliner Singing p.m.
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.8o ar the burro has not achieved this feat, but
nflther hs kolotov managed to apologize for ttg.
Stand off.

Now this burro of which I speak, and which you may
have seen illustrated in these learned columits heretofore,
is a loyal and discriminating beast. It will rarely Kick
anyone but its master, and he in faithful turn will rarely
take a thick stick to.anyone but his burro.

With this comradely understanding, they have travel-
ed together over the last year or so way down from Mexico
-City, along strange trails and into-lonely towns, and I for
.one would be betting that during this time John Mann
has made as many personal friends for the Ubited States
as has the equally itinerant, but burro-less John Fl1ter
Mann hap started the day's walking when-he fblls like
it, and stopped for the-evening when and where the mood
mivuf him.

Now about that for a year, you whistle-happy clocker-
IuflJ. eWhose life are you leading anyhow, your own or
International Business Machine Corporations?
,.Think, of it that way and you may coma to conclude
Ihatby being the same tUin to the Mame peopltay in
and out, the Administr$tion Bunldli Colffee
well have set back human tolerance and unrsty
several years.
Mind you, this could as lief be attributed to the coffee
as to the earth of diversity among the denizens.
Should you not have much idea'of the appearance of
these two travellers of whom I speak, I shall assist your
recognition problems. (Last they saunter into the Admin.
istration Building coffee phop, for instance.)

Briefly, it can be said that the burro has the longer
ears, but Mann has the longer, and redder, beard.
Mann is also taller, if they are both--standing up. -If
only the burro is standing up, then it Is the taller.
When they are both lying down, Mann Is the one in
the hammock.
I'm spelling out the situation, so as you won't be
thinking I'm chattering about a couple of bureau chleft;

You must distinguish between burro and bureau,
though I'll MJnt that most of the tinmrit's not easy. Both
about equal responsive to enlightenment.
,, Wheths position as burro chief gives him
hing with the several bureau chiefs I
least until the bureau chiefs grow

of the 1957 b1"et, Mann need only
days more an he can count-on a
au chiefs moving stealthily out of
the he burro, down through Chepo and
over t. Blas, it it can be made.
*Be1 'bureau chiefs have been ordered to cut
everytltg H, at least they ought to be able to let their
beards P As a disguise. To distinguish disguise from
doe uys.
nly people who might object to the beards would be
tho women round the place, and history has proved well
enough that anything a woman objects to is a right sound
policy to follow.

I'll between that burro wonders to itself, sometimes,
how women can be so consistently wrong, so thoroughly
and so often.
fact Is, be's a go ahead burro. Mann just tags along,
for when it comes to burros, he most assuredly is an oper.
ator who can clearly distinguish his ass from a hole mp
the ground
Well anyway, what I started out to commend to one
and all is the virtue of a life In what you do exactly what
you like, just when you want to do it.
This fellow Mann has found himself a fullness of- lif
which falls available to most of us only when we are too
old to do anything about it.

And there a .whole lot of things about" the goodness
of this wod b he naWd pass on, from his experience, to the
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iMt. flqatchers. t h e
uft a pereh in .an
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flIpasafin Insects, and captures
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Point. returning again
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iabnls wbich stay around the
bt go. ayo tree in our yard fly
off and capture insects as far
'as yards from their perch.
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to the ground and then up with
.aap o their bills, the insect
iecuft. heir swift flight and
Unerring aim are always a de-
light to watch.
Like many flycatchers, the Tro-
Iicl hngbird has a concealed
atch of flame-colored feathers
oa the top of its head which
shows only when the bird is an-
gry or excited.
An" asin as is the case with
.aam& flyeatebrs, the sexes are
l ilk, coloration, .
Thf remain mated throughout
i6 year. It is reported that if
one bird loses its mate it will
perch on a post or tree and call
until the wayward partner re-
tfns or an eligible unattached
substitute takes its place.
The song of the Tropical King-
btd maay be. heard toughout
mot pft the year, but it calls
most during the dry season
SFor" so large a bird, the ca.
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three or four high twitters that
rte in steps to a higher pitch.
The irdmay call at any time
throu;bout the day, but it s
especially noted for its early
morning dawn-song, when -it may
sing fpr as long as a half-hour
without stopping.
70 Species
There ars many ether species
of (lycatchers found in the Cap-
al Zone-- over 70 species, an
fact. t
But for tBe most part- they
are quite difficult birds to idefl
tify in the field except for a few
of the more conspicuously mark-
ed ones.
Fortunately or the bird watch-
er, most of the flycatchers that
are quite difficult birds to Iden-
Sare of the "easy-to-tell-apart"
kind, and are also easy to -see
because of their typically fly-
,-catober-lIke habits of perching
in aL open spot to watch for din.
ner to pass on the wing.
'Two or three specietshave well-
marked heads, with broad strup-
me of white- and dusk run
itugthwise of the crown.
Best-known of these is the So-
cial Flycatcher, a bird found
commonly around otur lawns and
in light woodland.
{ is olive above with a dusky
Cap and a white stripe over its
ey;. through the eye thert is a
black patch. Its throat is white,
but otherwise it is bright yellow
.' his bird is easy to tell .by its
call, which is a loud "Kree-you!'
11 you should see a flycatcher
which fits the description for a
Social Flycatcher but a much
&rer and more boldly patteru-
ed on its head, it probably s a
Boat-billed Flycatcher you are
looking at.
TVis is the largest and most
sspiuenusly.plumaged of our
ocr flycatchers.
It is about nine inches long,
and in addition to having the
brght white stripe over the eye,
nd the black eye patch, thi s
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Fork-tailed Flycatchers a r e,
often seen in greatnumbersonI
the golf copneg, anW are com-
man near the locks at both Ga-
tun and Miraflores. On a drive'
to the interior one may count
hundreds of these birds along
th road, espeqiall-, near Peno-'
The Fork-tailed Flycatecer Is
-a common bird in' western VU-
nited Staes.,
Even the best of field ornitho-
logists cannot cannot begin to 1-
dentify all the many species of
flycatchers in- the field, but- on
the other hand a beginning bird
student should be able ;o name
at least 10 or 15 of the common
Canal Zone species without too
much trouble.
If the bird selects an exposed
perch, sits quietly until an in-
sect passes and then captures it
on the wing, returning to the
perch to eat, In all likelihood it
is a flycatcher.
A few notes on site and plu-
mage pattern should then make
it easy to look up the bird in
Sturgis' "Field Guide to Birds
of the Canal Zone."

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Laist fall Arthl GoureUI, whose
wife your wife will recegnie by
the name of' Helena Rubinstein,
oemed a men's shop in 1 New fbr
"providing every qoneelvable skin
aha scalop service ti ratwouldm
tribute to the good looks and com-
fort of -men..
Now comes tbe abtoumelnnt
that the Groom Shop t
the business of hr-dyeg
Here's the itch from Mr. Gou.-
rielll's press agent
"The Shop hap 'fast become a
habit with hundre4ef-lean-wha
understand the srferdiof alvuw
of looking their bust. These .mn
have learned from highly -eom
Utitive business experience that it
I the young-looking ini w bho'haS
the widest Oppotuhltles for pro-
fessional 'success . The- hair
color specialist works the natural
color back into graying hair' -with
such skill and discretion that year.
disappear withbf tdUlling how. The
accuracy of color matching is fanr
tastic no wonder that in one
short week the appointment book
reads like a Who's Who of career

Women Target a Few Years j
Don't just laugh those.words
men. Alter all, it wasn't too m
years ago that a few smart o]
ators started to sell women on
idea that it is shameful for a wi
an to look her age.
They didn't have much trou
The result was a booming c
metic industry and a state of
fairs where grandma now t
to look like mama and mama tr
to look like daughter.
What has' happened to wom
could happen to you. If you do
want to end up by spending
much time in a "groom shop'
your wife spends in a beauty sa
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YOV E SEEING DOUBLE AGAIN Two Gave rors-and two Lieutenant Governors. The "dou-
ble take" came .about this week when the Governor and Lieutenant Governor of the 19855 Cross-
rdat Boys States, sponsored by the American Legion, paid an official call on the Governor and
Uetenant Governor of the Canal Zone. The two heads of Boya State were accompanied by
fw American Legion officials. In this picture taken In the Governor's office at Balboa Heights,
ef to right, are: Joe C. ~earn, Jr., Secretary and Treasurer of Boys State for the Legion;
-James W. Reese, oy tate ,Lieutenant Cover nor: Lt. Governor If. W. Behull, Jr.; Kenneth R.
e le Govhernoro Boys State; Governor Sey bold and Claude IL Campbell, Director of Boys
State for the Ameican Legion.




The board of directors which helped us organize Sears,
Roebuck, S. A., in Panama City was composed mostly of ladies
residing on the Pacific Side. They were chosen from all groups,
whom this new store sincerely wants to serve. These repre.
sentatives voiced the feelings and views of thousands of Isth-
mian women, bringing us up to' date on the basic problems
of rsthmian trade.

They told us of the goods that you, the women of the
Isthmus, waut'and the prices that you want to pay. They ad-
vised us on the type of store we should build ... and of your
most urgent needs and requirements.

Repeatedly, they told us: "Bring us the things that we
can get now, so weeks of waiting are eliminated-.... Build
your store nearer our homes . Do your best so that we,
the women of the Isthmus, can buy comfortably and economi-

call all that we need for our homes... We want to save time
and money."

Based on the advice and opinion o' hundreds of Isthmian

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experience and our careful studies, we planned the organiza.
tion of this up-to-date Sears, Roebuck, S. A., store.

And our own organization itself is based on mutual un*
derstanding, derived from experience ... It is based on aur4
regard for the people of the Isthmus- and on facts -. the
result of a careful study.

YOUR new Sears, Roebuck, S. A., store is the latest word

In trends and follows the- most modern systems . and our
particular wish is to please the public . This is evidence
of the faith of Sears, Roebuck in Panama City and the entire

Lady as member of this board of directors, having serv-
ed as our counsellor, we will always be ready to welcome aay
suggestion from you and we will strive to put it in practice
in the best possible way ... AND IF YOU WANT TO KNOW



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S.tbl oun, homemaker's dinln areas. A =l f= the awethbh when
mealtime *s over allows the messy table I* blead late the biack-
croend, almost unnoticed; until there's an oMortuay, tgo clear


SIfT .our dining area is orphaned in fluorescent lighting in the las
lat one end of the living room, few years, the American Home
6 use your ingenuity to give it fringe Lighting Institute suggests t h e
benefits that will convert it into use of a "warm-white de luxe'
a social success. fluorescent shade as particular I y
SShoving the table against the well-suited for dining light. This
3 wall nearest the kitchen meets one' has fa faintly pinkish cast that
S" ] practical need. But more than this flatters skin tones and most col
Scan be done easily and inexpen- ors.
Ssively to fit the dining are to
varying situations. With the dowopouring of even
y Sometimes we want to highlights light. the wal is a natural loca.
Sthe table when it's set for dinner, ition for an interesting picture
SAfter dinner, before the dishes print or arrangement. And i
are cleared away. we'd just as doesn't have to be a small still
Soon subdue the mussed-up after- life painting -qf a bowl of fulrt
mat) (In many of Mie living-dinning
Well-placed touches o( 1 i g h t rooms Tve seen, thia is the one
Snake this as easy as flicking a wall that's big enough to take an
.' t sv.itch. Wall valance lighting u- important picture.)
nits, for example, equipped with, m you're not quite sure what to
S fuorescent tubes and shielded by choose, you might seek the help
faceboard can be hung just be-.of art museum personnel. Many
low the ceiling line across the museums have good prints or re-
"lning waJl. Prefabricated units productions for sale at modest price
with hardware kits, which include es. Others have an art rental serv.
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tacl:ets and cord, make this al Ice. I've found that the experi
technical handyman's job. The enced personnel give valuable
rd plus into the floor outlet and help in making selections to suit
switch control is on the cord. i both tastes and pocketbooks.
Sthe dinh nall e sh a win. How about the partitionin ef
t,, '0 .eo14-i be con- feet created by a room div. ?
h ? Such.znits aThere are man$ div
sc 6 in sev e, s. Several, market, and 1..g
e ;,*ired together so that one lone rece y 4 -.miI e e "
1ll serve all. Or. you can po a4z ly. This was simply
b wired together so that one cord an opnshel. 36int bookcase
l srrve all. Or, you can mount painted pa t unIe to Patch the
11b-0dining l
Srescent channels to fit the a- dining all Tbe shelving faced
roa and conceal with a smpleth a simplehe dining table to ao extra
f beboard. Wire this type setup storage space for, glasware. A
I wall-switch control. deskk was hacked up'to it on the
Pointing out the improvements'living room side.

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Rules For Office Apply

TO F ily 1 e As WelH

An article in "Chiaaing T'iinms working woman knows her boss
oi, "Getting Along with the BOss" and made as much of an effort to
lita -10 fundamental iules for get- get along with him there might
WiS along with. the pan wb has-.not be .so maty un-Uccesaful mar-
the power to fire you if you don't :riages,
ge1 alng with him.. .
Itactly half or the-rules listel t a
,apjy ola st as much to getting "
al dg with a husband as to get-
ting along with a boss.
Rule two is "Watch your timin" a er
That one certainly applies to a
wi(e. When a man is busy writing il '
oun checks for the month ball ( A, owli J '
and groaning at the size of temis l -
no time to me tion h m you' "' -
saw today that's such a bargain. --
a iKepieg al stand fake jewelry
When a man is already settled elean isn't hard it's merely a
in his favorite chair wiut the' even- m.a t-. of"lnowi what to do
in. naper is no time to remind him With wh d.

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t '' ";' A comes to deception, women are tige, to part with honor, li~f-rs.
e Best fashion i h to hot summer weather is a cool one. much more maginatve than men. spect and love.
SMother a daughter dress alike (left) In cotton knit scoop neck Further, they rarely pull a hoax She was aided in her deception
white blouses and orts. Mother wears hand stitched raffla shoes for money. Nearly always, they by the newspapers of Meico and
Iy m i | I mI-- in open, lightweight design. Other summer shoes Include mule do it for fun or to achieve a goal by noted aftisf., writers, "atr,
from Italy In (Auper) pastel colors. Rafa shoe sl another ver- But when they do pull a hoax government officials aud scian.
t slon (lower left) s made in Haiti, has trim of mainature fruit. for financial gain it's a honey. tists. Many of these aid betn her
Foot freedom is furthered by open shoe (lower right) in soft Take M&dame Humbert, for ex- victims and subseqtOntly we r
glove leather that hugs the instep. This comes la natural and mple, She was a plain little sworn to secrecy.
Sastels, is washable: These Italian sho designs a by Taucher. French woman without education,
nI-By Galle Dugs, NEA Women's Editor, looks or connections. But she suc- Yet Senorita Jurado herself dis.
needed in bilking French bankers proved her own theory. She re-
t out of 12 million dollars with a sto- fused to use her very real lent
ry about an American millionaire for mimicry t6 gala finnCtal se
EflA Imaking her his heiress. eurity.
. ousewo She married the son of the min-
K a/ d e: Sho Or sister of justice, owned town and Only once, when abe w real-
iL : V country homes, a yacht and had ly poor, did she tak _tdv.toe of
t /./d n 0 terci e a salon in Paris w her e the her double role. As 4rlo
S. ...... .. great artists, writers, uges and Balmori. she called up the Minisr
S- .actors gaere ter of Education and ot ,r aep
Joints snap? Full of creaks and1 She directed a cast of charpc- elon a Job as a school Jandrsu!a
.. groans when you bend over? No-j ter in carrying out tht deception
thing is more likely. And as fori for years. And when she was fi-
hel. T reve. exercises-if the doctor d oe s n't nally found out, even government
." say no," you probably eel "ugh" officials ahd become involved in
at the thought. I'affaire Hur01rt The French ,
Y. suedWhat do you do to keep your- were so filled with admiration for .e
'self limber? Many mature worn- Mme. Humbert that one French
Sv..en who have the time do a lot of banker who had been swindled of
walking. This is an exceUllent way some 3;00,pO ns said:" "
S to keep health in good trim. ", O Tl be al ck somehow i h a
But if you're a busy homle-one o .these d s. And if no t, minimum of b i made of y.
maker, you may feel you have no well shall have had the prhvi- lon seersucker, stiffened. Al as
time for such nonsense. lege of serving a truly gifted wom- added booos it unbutton t l-thB
can do during .. d an. back to be totally- flat for easy
ng ysou aily chores ry t
Sweeping floors and running the I Alexander ein tells this story rinsing an drying out.
vacuum can be very toning acti in his recently-published book,
Ivity it it's done with some mind"Grand Deception." The book is 1 you want to substitute toast
to grace and stretching. a collection of true stories by well- for cereal during be asr 4 it's the
known writers about famous hoax- most whole wheat,. whole grain,
Don't bend over and loll over es nutritious bread yop can UlhOoi'
.the job. Sand up straight and use 1There was Dr. James Barry, In-. Baby will lack any utnmber of
some easy sweeping motions. spector General in the British ar- vitamins and minerals.
Don't try to do at while drag- imy, who died at the age of 71 in
going ill-fitted mules. Wear some a ondn flat Only when the phy. Babies just graduating from the
shoes that stay with you a and sician who was to sien the death stuffed animal d .rattle hage
,made you feel pert. certificate examined the body was stem very delighted with' Ile
Use stretching often, in a sen- it discovered that Doctor Barry stuffed ball toys. One 'U QqWt
sible way. Don't pop underpin-! was a woman. in a moppable plastic. asoo li
nings and strain. but stretcheas- How she successfully carried foam rubber covered with twdu.
h pply for the other side of the bed o n her masquerade for years is roy and goes through the l-o
2. ~i ,: you're making or for that dish on still not known. She was an army dry. Both are fun for Baby to
--.'.. -.- the middle shelf. Don't flop, stay surgeon in the Mediterranean, the push and bat around.
. -., " conscious of the grace of con- West Indies and South Africa. She -
*-. .....' ,. trolled stretching. was a medical pioneer a battler Days are warm, but. night calt
This young mother-to-be is wisely bidding a farewell, ough a fond one, to her favorite spike your wk to the super against carelessness and i n o. ave a chl. tine prorlemW.!.
heels. To prevent backaches and oR-balance posture her pregnancy, she's going to select ke ......... sp "rmarance. She was Alk handy with Baby to sleep in Terryolk *
several ir of handsome ats for the duration. A pobility, in her hand, is a very low heel et. a .hamble or a Keep at fists and fought at least oneJames that' are oten to -fen
with a wide bse. Another shoe with plenty of comfort and style (top right) is a tasseled flat in the somewhat bri Do't duel. tion throh th midriff 4.dite
glove suede leather. Still another likely shoe is wedgie (bottom right) In grained glove leather. doube yorel der heavy bt- job. And If the night's tol
THE phrase is pretty and preg.-'buy. You'll be bitting the pave- terBuste r arrives, ynou' ll still bee i eth a rocrs fueal tand other d woman whoalivn w life- gh fer rac stta-
nant, not .pretty tough pregnant. Iment and floors with abi extra 15 carting him up and down, up ling pace.-. oeay r..- ethe x.an Senoarita Conrepelon r kitchen ine" -ite
The luminescent co or of a pounds of impact and you want and down, those stairs and you'll' Take advantage of your tasks lto Jnuraso. Nearly all her life she For kitchen cabines .
mother-to-be's skin, he' relaxed, resilient and flexible leathers to cling to comfortable shoes as to erase those creaking joints and was ow as Don Carlom Bao- lor laveddl Ibt appeal oo to
reflective attitude and her feel- do the job of shock-absorbing. your pediatrician's instructions. stiff muscles ri.. a eby, ad. d hos ad ye to
ingsa of looking forward add up tol As for durability, get 'em the e te masquet'' as a weaforthe wfn lIt's a t n-. ead.luo G
a kind of beauty that cannot be eccentric mzillonaire Ior he fun metal. It's a bt mor 1to.
counterfeited. 'iha"cAanno bof it, to prove that men (and worn- you to get into them, but dt*
nterneity .I en) will do almost anyth.. ing for are ur.ely the oneiis YOU
Maternity clothes, In theirs attJemoney. She got them, by promis- keep ammonla, lye and- eliaers.
iagiinative styles and cuts andl ...
, their wonderful' colors, are 10fun'. "
to shop for and wear. They -oe .. a
don't really intend to conceal the"
happy fact; they make at be- BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE us. We just can't imagine that our '..
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that the lawn needs mowing. i hoes for mothers-to-be are What no one who isn't a teen-, SECRETLY, Eddie's mot her importance to Eddie. As w storn
Imitatlil pearls should be the same way, providing the ager seems to remember, when doesn't like him much. I don't its value, we're sure e does.
Rule three is "*Allow for the fact wiped off ith -a slightly damp young lady doesn't decide she they lather up a series of impossi- wonder. He's a very exhausting
that he's only human. It is un-'cloth. Oriental or cultured pearls must immediately resort Io' "old ble orders to slap on the daugh- little boy This contempt for our good opi-
reasonable to expect the boss to be should, be washed. -with m ild lady' running shoes." One moth:. ter of the house, is the awful ago- union makes life with Eddie e x-
a perfect being and complain be soapy water, rinsed carefully and er.to-be made this mistake. She nies of being this age. He'll choose the exact moment haunting. Let's notput up yith It
cause he is not." It's just as un- wiped dry with a soft towel, decided that since she" found flat' Take the problem of weight. e's feeding a soonful of pureed but sincerely ask' ourstves the .
reasonable to expect a husband to 'ley hold be washed whileheels upcoming, she would buy, Most grown women remember apricothe' s feeding a spoonful of pu thuestion: "Is it ft that I de-
be perfect. laid out on a towel the cheapest avalabe so they vaguely that tey wenththrough to snatch the rui ber doll he's vlue sthe north of my approval
S would ouy last out the nine ,a barrel-shaped stage. What they t t l s vl th h of m
Happy wives are the ones who They should be perfectly dry months. They dissolved in theldon't reaiember i as that it was ioldig reu sals with it to theto this chld?"
take tei husbands ft al befors- bing, worn again, rain nd she had to start all'really paful to start walking to ar e fights refusals of anyul hoht like
with their good qualities, hankful u over again. 'the hChubbyn" department in a fm e ra to believev
that the faults a ent as bad 'as Freqmst wabe-ig may cause store. opinion is so valuable to Eddie
some wo m n hive to put up with the ttibgs on beada to weaken. Obstetricians and doctors Teeners go through cycles on Talkin nce to himo o v e o
in their husbands. so it's a sound iea to take them strongly recommend, for regular the weight problem. When t he y nowhere No matter what his I can see how It would surel
to the jeweler periodically for: wear, a medium or flat heel. The sight of one's chunky self under, mou-u.wer e. No matter what su emy lifeht. It would sa-rely '
Rule eight is "Keep him In- cleaning and restringing. reason is simple. If one were to the shower gets too gruesomemother does to m ake of it encen me t o sanfym on my life. It would
formed It's sad how many wives, cart around a 15-pound laundry the teenr goes on an impossible .palatl, he. w to a presupper cookie, instead of '
ignore t is rule in regard to their Diamonds and colored gems basket all day, one wouldn't wear'diet. Nothing absolutely. nothing Secretly. 20 times a day, she getting him wheedle or bully me '
husband; Some aren't honest may be washed in warm soapy high heels. They would produce to eat, except a stalk of celery thinks, "His own way. That's what out of it as I do now-and hat-
about what things cost. Some "pro-, water and swished with a sudsy, a backadhe quite soon. and a lemonade. he wants, nothing else." ing him for getting away with It.
ledt" their children by never let- shaving brush. : Even though the baby adds to .
ting their father know anything Tyour weight by slow ounces, the Then a new crisis arises per- Yet, a thousand times she has' "Knowing he wanted my appro.
they think he won't approve of. They should thn be rinsed and total at full term is fifteen haps a tough exam-and the teen- read these words in her child,val thore than the baby's rubber A
Others scheme and contrive to get dried, then .pliUsled wift a lint pounds. This pulls the posture er eases the distress with a trem. guidance books- "A child, above; doll, I could run out into the yard TI
their way in important matters free cloth or tissue paper. out of line and high heels aggra- endous sandwich, laved in mayon- all else, wants your approval." Iafter kilt- and remove the rub-
without their husbands knowing In handling exploredd stones, be vate the effect and produce the nalse. Net that she's abandoned befrdoll. Why, I coualdemu tho s
what t going On. careful to keep the water at an same old laundry backache. all hope, but that she just can't Eddie's mother just doesn't be-tkindly, were I et that my
even temperature as su d d e n Few doctors say that you ab- stand the double tension lieve them. Hoy could she? She kindness, not the doll, was whot
Rule ine Is "Don't concmtate change may cause the stones to solutely can't wear high heels for The teens are times of many dis. doesn't think her good opinion is he wanted.
too bvily aO pleasln the besn."' 'cuk. big occasions during pregnancy, locations. This age is as tough as worth much to anyone. Sot is
l at might ot % seem to a tfor Aslag asin y fW et still tit in any a woman has to face. But it very esy for Eddie to convince, "Ys," ye might think, "I ea '
a wolama to try so hard OH i Diauod y be ble.'m and a but forI cooling to know that teenerl her that e prefers a rubber dl so that if I coId betev tht%

Itaies wbs boe with sos ieekmnB6, of course. but theN' I we have grown up with a pp a1 Of t ovewli n
Re 1, gr. a medium, bmsd-based beefor 1wstaine will start to appear pret- greedy authority, it's difftlei to train of thupt colid
Rule 10 "Treat him like as a flat or w ort blace ty soon. ,respect our approval. For the a- quite productive.
individual That certainly a ie P the jewelry, on the and a r A t 'thority demanded approval
to husbads.A AlotJt woa anwa~ to a be6 or a nl beit And pretty soon the body feels what it wanted. deny gitg pret Those words in e t, gu
to forget that goe ma s Xy tobl unil can't t you less like an alien home and gets generally to what we wanted. As sance bools hoi.MeM -to ..
i.ed i a't J s n ld Id neoed. L ar are mader control. Al the activities of o rlt, we had little exp*rmese ma problem. S tol '
Milvldtaial his ow O ti o tide a ep IMet eent-athietes. blcle riding g.Ia devep ng respect for eaSr S ei pt for o-r th'
needs t, hi" own le to ;a m ,ie:. te weae is the.ihappy even s o0 o u you're ut- dacing-M lp to bring hips and phnics. .jua ,,cy talk. l. ABf
II th a wtte k 1 a1b tel ad lean thie in ana extra train o them. Idisorganied legs back into the So the true words in the chldM credit the wh a l
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V The Jy buness- m g, and m life on both sides o ao ft ismal, si -mplesoial oon correct.
It W el o ased about her fir sat ,i.at about the 'Charm Class e cquir pw I te cing.
Refruune ,ee wting. et V4 ddeant appearances she recalled es' 'hbe was asked. low do you
S t n G thkat s ..ha danced t fot lor.. A Bu charm and ow. do' y mou "I know and Uader.taund tAr
Ur DOO's ," t husband Pmis "'b a-'2 -mother of a a
Aue r. didn't ow himt then.. F.r aik de #a s thng through the o "Charm
'A loand, Paul Do l e, W ad v m y 0 and "modeling s bools, through
s h till a round. pre -onTinths idofft obperv- years and years of study. I'vd
d to as the "t mey er. For mitane; dt w is, aeM-ary thrown away ~e chaff and have
above thtin8 to ~mv th peace lted down qe lhe. wheat, the le.
Ste 'a biu pet the ourof oa a aiypae to f t wor- nmepts t hat, making what
I S to f 'o a t 'is gne rally eg as charm .
pmpe ain i. 'v c om uty.s Thei In -youre ,u" generally ccepable hanrm.
1, Af 8). show, 1 'I. suggest tom syat .
Go ope"e t*****W. Thessg- t hey start by iV a smie a "I believe t. mature woman
W l Te we tw methe el musl c sincere wAdou b" at sr should take oG&of herself, too.
Ofai my grade friend" kind I sm ld, e We get busy aryns to be home-
tWA (UP)- school teadhd a an cco- the reaction within eLvtmakerwle, ther, cook, party-
Rep. .JJohln r hw intsaid to- I pa ntd " p- and from the other p ea oni. at giver, a b woman, PTA me m-
day his subcomntul into Askesd,:& ..hechanged sovr shows in their faces :bh chhworker, and card
government infor)I a from d ofM'to "Charm," hMua "Charm also consst meta pl ayer, that we tend to let, down
wil take the viwith t replied: alertness wiceh show.t nthe eyes. a thitn wetsen tet
genqles don't have tee "So many of my teen age stu- In this busy life, we too oftelatn ch* s alitOn iolure OL
an Ameri han e p de t used to ask me what they ter our minds with uned ary te an
The California said could do to be popular, minore reading. Everyone should i a v, s the mature woman who a
bhe belesa ndptional -security is charming, that I decided to take time to read the headlines in the needs to kee her body supple and
the I 1 ~~ or with. upN s1e -)of the courses that ad- daily paper to find out what's go- in.od conion. It's easy t
hold t mat M the gov- ve cihrm, poise, fib* to- win Ing on in his world o Ad he should Siet geo-at the time o life when
ernment. d even that t e st friend, and soon. know something dfisite about his one must ~gin to be careful a-
should I~papplied with restraint "I nev up danelng. I've community. Then In conversation, bout little upeceptable manner.
he sai. epo n~~ It euse think he can listen with understanding Iisas that creepi to detract
a The other two members of the th bilityto dac well shoui A good book should be at his in 6ur personties.
House .government operation a pa of.every t5ein -eger's enIcia- beside, and he should be in the
subconttee generally ag r ed tio-n." r of learning about a new Many doctors e courage thil r
with MOass. In Newv Yors," she ont d, hobby, or warning paleits 9 tale.some form of
,I start from the presumption "e BoardofEducation more a an old one. ..Some se ad in my classes,
S''that ,people are entitled to ,all the dancing teachers aa the hunr ties itts aegod idea, to just keep I usually begin with posture exer-
information about their govern. Thcy are working on an age-did anbheti a day for "contemplation.' iseas,.thn include s complex top
men," fep. Dante B. FaS c eIl theory.. E urope, whole families An hour to just think and mull'.o. to toe "neweook": that maeanss skin
(DFsla.) told a reporter jop in- in eang together, but in ver .whet has gone before and plan care, nap m ake-p, new hair styl-
-. 'l dRep. are E. Hoff m an (R the. United States arentsdon't for le '-next-.2 hours. ing and voice improvement. This
MD, AND MB, 30YD i. ALDWIN, Ji .. Mich.) said that "speaking ge n- dance'ith their children and el. coo ace G d gives any woman a new outlook
.M.ANe/8 Mich. ) was sahi n o" f to p be sd erearen e- joienwh toe been brought ups "aecoitro.gracegopo -
S-, rally, the press is entitled to join with theirarenbrought up maners-these are all acquired at- e-and a rone.
r.ess s bnd M eoknow. But n e said there are ex. "New York is trying to combat tribute ,for charm, and this is '
.P an MARRle D eeptions 'and that he thinks th e .j juvenile delinquency and by ha- where I ry o help.
.ai. Shewr e .ap bes ps sometimes makes ,,a ing everyone learn to dance. They. "F re control is slimming or
"' -Mae bgA ndaI the as the offlielnt, ha where none reasmy exis. a r oin t chtn e he on'o Ia the size proportionate sao
.aVI. 'IU, ghter of Mrif Doris MacDonald of at- The subcommitteewasset up people a norma outlet for their and th regard tothe person's
SF. Bl Jr., of Seattle, Waslagto, ere to study charges "that govern- energies. bone strqclure and height. Grace
lang F.o Bdwlelfs Metholist Chu arhoit sse*a, ment departments and ag encies energies. of my assoates in the is acquired through exercise and
n t r ea c eentyl within 1roun Me6 thehar. Churhe of.Isemn.ze n'" "We are not s "Many of my associates in thear re an*a .
"Montaia. The Rev. LE. Baldwin performed the double r eng have denied or witneld pertin- Dpnce Masters of America have danci ,* ace. sbow d i o n e's
e dubent and timely infor mation ftro been teaching dancing in the pa- movements whether it Is walking.
those who are entitled to receive rochial schools of New York and standing, or sitting and should
101 ,and chrysanthemums it. New Jersey for 25 ears. Most prii- mnimizt exertion.
S floral decorations for Bias and other spots of interest in Moss indicated he will givevate schools have aallroom dance "The song writer says.There's
A'h00. Shirley Lelbinger sang the Republic of Panama. some attention to Defense Secre-oteachers come in once or twice a .Tthe song wter says. There's
S Truly," with M s. tary Charles E. Wilson's curb on week to gve instruction te stu-nothing like a Dame." I say re
.b. Oakland as accompanist Diplomatic Ladles military news that is not "con- dents notiitg nast enc nntng or lovelyD YAe LE Y
Aidrs. Oakland also played nup- Will Fete Departing structive." Wilson has said this tis a very fine thing when' to ioon a as ena young woman, well
oselytn on the organ. Enveo's Wife would not be used as a "cover- you n g men and women can get t roomed, femne way, neat
white focade fashioned The Embassy of France in Pa- up" for possible department mis- young men an women get t arance w o comports
It the bridge's full-length gown. nama will be the scene tomorrow takes. But Moss said t would dancing. I remember how my firsthers in a lay-like mannerAV ENDER
i'bg, dress was buttoned to the of a champagne party tendered by be easy for officials to co nfuse Cotillion class ber m ease. Her voice should be well O A 3
colir of Peter Pan style and had the ladies of the diplomatic corps the terms "constructive" a n d.The wife f a e ranking of-
itll trate. She wore a brocade in hbnor of Mrs. Marco A. Rauda "favorable." t elai invite a hroun of 'teen-ao
2e hIles Planas, wife of the departing He said he assumes that R. ers to celebrate her son'f ten -
a W wte Ambassador of Honduras. Karl Honaman, deputy assistant day. She told me that she had
... .defense secretary who drew up been in the kitchen preparing the
S Scribner-Cadell e marriage the new standards, will be among birthday cake candies when she
Agtoe of npendqwce, Solemnized In Pasadena the first witnesses. But he said 'ar-h a terria, e roar in the liv-
e e Wrd has reached the Isthmus lot of staff work must be done heurot. T it ch u oren were l lv
Se Jf the s recent maaj1j1 I Pasade- b fore public hearings are sched- tlo, the leader" (with
n dentical.na Callf., ele C.a- ued., .. the' der) ove chairs,
wy.talette made del' n, M.. t .. S-bner.I ,,- .....Iues. around ant l ues
ty with rounded w The marriage s soleanzed In "We are not shooting for headon slender tables and a o
'ad inset pleats in the the garden savetuary of the Pasa- lines," the chairman said. We l"T,, shouting like Indans o a
headdresses and bou- dEna Community Church. are out to developsthe facts and arpath. She realized they dn't
a u war of baby orchids and to recommend legislation of need- know what else to do to amuse d
hrysanthemums. The bride s- Mrs. Cadell was a former resi- ed. There has been increasing con- themselves, and she had n't
d weas re Patti Woodcock, San dent of Curundu. cern over the expanding area of planned anything. "She brought i
AneisoCalif., Mary Ann Bur- Her husband is an account exe- confusion as to information that out dance records and tried to. at
apt' pf i d,Washington, Bar. cutive with the Gerard R. J o h ncan be made public. dithem started dancing, but t h
T B R elena and Mary Sha. Investments, Ltd. "We will go into the question was worse than "follow the lead.
i s e City, Montana fof general news for the public er" because here she met stub.
Sr as given n marriage heSribners left for a wedding We also will look nto the with- b resistance. She told me
Wfunelf, Mr. E. A. Blake of trip in the Bahamas and on their holding of information essential to was a.ni |htmare. and somehow
lson. Mr. Jack Streeter wasreturn willmake their home at industry and science. We will she et t ough the evening and
be.mina. Ushers were W. E. Fine 8645 Boca Crega Drive, St. Peters- consider the withholding or sup- calle me om the telephone the
aM nld Dqe ne of Missoula, burg, Florida pressing of news by government inext morning. k .
S i~i ad o fK allspell and l agencies wherever this exists." "qWithin two weeks, my first
olgdon of Seattle. BridB Winners Blrbo class for teen-a g ers
S bride's fpther ware a silk Winners of last Monday's bridge BOSTON --(UP)- The Mam ssma- wBa n wider the respectable
n orchid and blue, w ith games played in the Tivoli Guest chusetts Division of the American name of "Cotillion C la s e s ."
ehess ori d and the bride- House were first, Mrs. A. Little Automobile Association estimates ., There were always pries, and
S other was in a yellow with Mr. J. Leonard; second, Mrs. there will be 81,008,000 cars on the gifts and refreshments, sort of -
bIute print with white acces- L. D. Boney with Mrs. A. E. Da- road by 1965. Placed bumper to gar-coatin the event for the boys
vis; third, Dr B. F. Holdren with bumper, they would stretch who thought it unmanly to dance,
r the ceremony there was a Col C. W. Kouns: fourth, Mr T. around the earth 10 times at the but quite natural to eat or win a
on :at the Chapter House Wilber with Mr F. Sully, equator. prize.
P, tty. ,.Appz rxamm athl Club Campestre Guests FRO0
t. attend ded. The bridal Among guests registered recent. A NM

. . Approxim Hess, Mr. and M rs. Alponte, M r.
ed ngr and' Mrs. Sundron, Mr. and Mrs where there's something to do Am
~ e ibreand lrom were C. F. Vicent, Mr and Mrs D. J Im II J
udthis June. Chavez, and Mr. and Mrs. Juan A.
HJeB .B SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE t l e fes than any
County gh School and a Movies Tomorr ,T 10W l i
wll ,make their home at The YMCA of Balboa will pre. from 11:30 a.m. to $S30 p.m. ... O
theson Roa d, Columbus, sent tomorrow the Pan American ot r c d ea line!
here he will enter the World Airways pictures "Wings to Choice of complimentary cocktail, a Athor SCHe
L rary at Fort Bennln at England and B e Igi u m and really mouthwatering Brunch menu, U
: .ieutenant. . "Wings to Bermuda" which will
. be shown at 8 p.m. organ music by Azoarraga, and IA MA
Gul e Thlel's Son With these two films PAA con. entertainment by "Eric the Great",.. g AM A to
A oens-etmg summer visitor who' ar- World Travels which are exhibit- all for only $2.25 $
alor e yeste via the APA ed every Monday night through
fromi Miami Terry th courtesy oftheBalboa YMCA. RAY COX and his PIANO $
his fa ." t oodie E. d these showings. our "King of the Keyboard" delights O0
.Nine-yea, a all in his 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. session in the i
& in Middletewa, P IM BALBOA BAR tonight (Tues., Wed. and Thurs.)

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. .. s F "'- FO SALE: 7.hot Wetiug- FOR SALi.s-1950 Jeep "Lead
EI .RE NtEIM se Ff iefgerefor. ell peoreeliu, Rover." perfect running swed-
RETIREMENT, LIFE .nw unit. excellent condition. tion. Can be seen et."Le Mo-
EDUCATION INSURANCE deueAtMe' Inludedh .$t Phpel derna" Ie Ge St atio n n 50th
ED .3450. I15s Ake. St.. Bsea. Stroe, elleo V- in.
JIM RIDGE FOR SALE:--Kelvinato, rfrigr. FOR SALI 1949 Chevrolet
JIM tor 25 Cycle $50. Apply Deluxe, go tires, d con.
aPh Be aM G iStI 38.A, 2nd and Moeleades,. l ti ric4 to s. PhpN .
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.og. -- Raow Tal, Clene .e"et, FQO SAL:L,195 't"BneRoads
ber ,.e br iorr 18500 6
.. as,. I S &6- pewfl sti r Sle power 4 ,
Ph, X *#electric S* .I, and se0,
PAO." bn- ,d rbl, ,w.d.w
"0 .'fur- I-w '* glt whle k;' l "'It
imup lighs ladshel1d
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S~OLLLAC n.iCtl Se ure, Chinese all d desk Cndn,

a*P A ITl. m -1" l 3 *lamps. Call Sat. and Sun. 3 7 V-;8 Nydamatic. Albrook 3146.
1b k I'BM1rrM. 6LsRi.04seP2inde.

.. 5626 FOR SALE.- -1952 -Chrle 4

S FOR SALE: -RI dubleo chest Sedan. Mrri s-Minor. Call Bal-
TRAN linamahogan$40.00;nd an fur- 2-3533. Cristba

Packers Shippers Movers nd stool mahogany, $30.00; 1 FOR SALE,1 951 Buick Spe-
Pone 2-241 2-2562 breakfast room et, $3000; I FR SAL:-19 k
2-26t$double end single. Hollywood cial. 5 new tubeless tires, Radio.
Lea Riding at sinPerfect condition. $300 cash
.PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL bed inneIpring mattress, $45- $700 finance. Tel. 2-0398 after
Riding Jumping classes deoily each; I child's roll top desk. -1815.
t5 p.m Phe 3-0279 $1000; Bamboo shades
or by appeintmnt. $500. Canal Zone 2-4352. FOR SALE:-- 1955 Ford Fair-

* Matchl-$tlck Bamboo
* Venetlan Blinds
*a Traverse Curtains
SGlass or Weed Jalousies
ca nn2- 30I3 ,Or j
liwate. Given
Obligation! .
Distributed bp
orductos deo Maodero, S.A
entral Ave. (between ,odal
, atr & Fifth Ave itoreai)

el Zone Dental Polpvlll
Dr. C. E. FabrelI
Dr C. A. Roy DMA.

S OR LA;- f l..lens. Crown Victoria, Purple
a I SALr 25 cycle,. Appeal.' nd *Thit, standard shift, first
~riall h Cole N 'qua $2200 cash tokes it, smoll
riums. Chp, Cll N*W- y." trade accepted. 1941 Lincoln
FOR SALEi--Chlnd's terre6be, Continental hardtop, partlelly
mahogany desk. fan escilating, restored, body like new $1500.
rug 9 12 'Mohawk) steamer's Call Albrook 6223, see at
trunk. toolh. etc. Must ell .u(Mrten 538.
hf L-1950 Mercury 4-
che' h" ~ ,J~e~he~qlby ~ tires with accessesom.

0,oselM' $ 0.Iii, OI SALL:-1947 Cadllaloc 4-
M,. irv, Rdio, hydro-matic. Call
: i ,) ., *r. t. Cimdu 83-2246.
t. *llEr. CalB B-. 2-1406 O. R SALE:-1953 Buick 'Su-
fO SAIE sn uo per'" Riviera, low mileage.
-. rtc er s0.00, Chine oydumntlc. power steering, pow-
S caine~. So2r ~4l. oeZaith en broke. Factory installed Fri-
e $15.00; Buffe meia.o t gidoide air conditioning. Selec-
2145A Cufrwd 1Sm r94. "ronic Radio with back seat
214A ud speaker., windshield washers.
'WA NTk EDl' I ompoas, tubeless, puncture
I W l IrU oofo. life guard WSW tires.

eneral Practice tinted gloss. Must sell. Will take
tvoi (4th o Julyi e i:A OL1A24 MI.lSCeUaneons S2000.00. CePl 87-7116 or
opposte1 An-B e S el 1111 --112P11d) 87-5125. Sei.it ip 'Quarters
S T.eIPIto 1o.2l--aIW. WARTED-Smqll piano ,record 517, Port Claeon.
player. 5-482 before 9,
WANTED:-Portner for publi- Studebuker Commonlder. st a r-
C. Z. CAR OWNERS! city business; will earn 9s much light 2-door. Good tires. all
This is the year to buy a Cond- ga will produce. Ban 1045 Pan- extras. nood shape. 5400.00.
nentall Casualty u7 ain s ama. Tel. 1-0471. 0765 Williamson Place Belbee.
--- ~2-4352.
show their tongues as a means of FOR SALE:--1950 Chevrolet.
saying "I have no words in my Good condition throughout. re-
mouth which can say how sorry die. Must sell. 0766-1 William-
NTINENTAL am. son Place. Balboa.
,o ..t .. Farmers make up half of For- ford" fordor, duty paid. Excel-
b'w ri 1 *m.. i..i-u :.:"i:l. mosa's population. Many hold title lent condition. $590.00. Tele-
Sw,., i.... ..L.. ,u,,-,., |iiJ to their lands. The average hold- phone 3-4050. PanuMa.
.1 I ing is three acres. Favorable cli.
mate, irrigation and use of ferti- FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury.
' as In rance compni,. ., lizers allow two or three c r o p Radi, god tires. House 2000-
(aranch O-iek) yearly. Bumper rice crops in 1954 A Curundu. Tel. Curundu 6186.
No. 12 Ttvoul Aven produced a record 1,873,910 tons.
Plume Fumnami 2-31181
(Aen frmI Anrie Post OaIes)
The beaver, once mercilessly e CS IZt
aink Rhunted to near-extmction, is mak-.
wSoiilllk Bre ing a corhebeck. Lustrous beaver
fur lured men into the remote
corners of America. Trappers, ex.-
WASHINGTON- Domestication. ploring distant wildernesses,. open- (ComItled by Publishers' Weekly)
musk ox for farm use is being ed rich lands for farmers a n d FICTION
near Huntington Center, miners. Dealers in pelts amassed BONJOUR TRISTESSE Fran-
says the National Geographic fortunes. d Sag
ty. Three calves, two females SINCERELY WILLIS WAYDE -
a bull, were brought down --- John P. Marquand.
m Canada's Northwest Territo. SOMETHING OF VALUE Rob-
When fully grown, they will More than 8,000 Maine fisher- ert Ruark.
w scales at 800 pounds each and men annually catch a quarter bil- THE GOOD SHEPHERD C. S.
vide excellent meat. The i r lion pounds of seafood. The State's Foreser
is even albre hibly prized. lobstermen alone may take a year- '/1HI VIEW FROM POMPEY'S
mature ox may yield several ly $8,000,000 worth of Homarus a- HEAD Hamilton Basso.
as much wool- light, fine, mericanus, clawed lobster of the NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS -
and nonshrinkable- as a North Aflantic. Mae Hyman.
AUNTIE MAME-Patrick Dennis.
Commander Edward L. Beach.
.The 500-mile-long Kagera River, A year-round crew of weather- mNONKTION Bch
stem. rising in hills southwest men live on the highest point of GIFT FROr 'fTE SEA -- Anne
Lake Victoria about four do-. the northeastern United S t a t es. Morrow Lindbergh.
south of the Equator, is to- New Hampshire's 6,288-foot Mount THE POWER OF POSITIVE
S recognized as the Nile Ri- WashiBagta. The weathermen re- THINKING Norman Vincent
m' true headstream. Myst ery ported the greatest gust of wind Peale.
ended the Nile's source for ever measured on earth, 231 miles HOW TO L VE 385 DAYS A YEAR
ds of years. Many explar n hour, in April, 1934. -Joln A. Schindler.
S filed to find Its origin. -- GERTRUDE LAWRENCE AS
A -- RI Aldrich.
de Janiro and Sao Paulo,. Isachaen weather station on El- W JOHNY C READ --
i' two larget coies, havg lef Rinagl e Island in the Canadiani Rdolf Flesch.
Sthe world's tallest reiml-Arctle get more snow in sum- A MAN CALLED PETER Cath-
concrete buildings. Al- mer thas in winter. Cold a i r ne Marshall.
this method of construction doesn't hold as much moisture MEMORIgS Sthe Barrymore.
ra inwotin ,. raair. A it's cold at .
= ,,.e.March Iep-t.ur. av .W
#A degrees below ersm.

S l. e and o bum omn, b .S bad
astt East The number of Connecticut men breath. dit aea, Id NoMus an*
j s way o, d&whw B their living from tarm.a,- n blurmioj got HItAoO
s- ticking o u t i IM shrunk to some 3 percent rMGALO55is renl .tothe
P -'., .'n Mtey fti.c"amof to e State's population, says taUel Uverand bu ttiam t otKrGAWN
sra ea er M-W.I Naiteal Geographic Society. ,toere and el taUr tamamww.

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dit. Alesxader, uste Asme-
na No. 58. Phowe 3-2217.
DR. WENDEHAKE MedicalClin-
ic. Central Ave. No. 22-69, p-
posits Railroad Station. Phone
2-3479. Day-night service.
"GREY GLORY," the only per-
manent made exclusively *,r
white and srey hair... eo- .
rantood not to discolor. Genelf
BIOs' Beauty ,Shop, CoIe
Clubhouse,, yy N !y2. ,.

PERSONNEL! Earn $100.00-per.
month, or more, selling auto-
mobili insurance during aifet du-
ty hour on yew poet r base for
the Continental 'Casualty Com-
pany of Chicago, III., one iof
America's idargst, strongest com-
panies. Call Panama 2-3881 forat
FOR SALE: -One. Hommond
electric orge moida D, oppro-
plate for chuareh or night club,
reasonably priced. Coll Colon
phone 33'.
FOR SALE: AKC registered
Toy Boston Bull puppies; else
registered prle toy male at

FOR RN*.tA- 4n ednMem
funrnihed .TekqAve,.
n., Call IIlb. I888..
FO o tNI'-'Momb pa*y etM
romW, IMaie m with bath, liv.-
ing and di"nllj ibsn etdbinlatlen,
balcony with ljloiw deor spe:-
I 'arage, watchman and aren-
tater Mvem, M ehildmn. Camps
AIgm. Tleplo e afl 6 p.m.
Pan. 3-4243.

FOR RENT:-,-,ueifully fur-
nished apartment in wonderful
location; two bedrooms, fully
equipped aIeo ale kitchen with
washing machine. Must be rent-
ed for at leas one year. Inquire
44th St. No. 37, Apt, "K".

FOR RENT:-Furlh@lwd sport-
ment, $50;00. Frequet troes.-
portaton, North American
neighbors. Pay n peydy. Tale-
phone 5-0471.
FOR RENT IReody to be oc-
upied on JulLmt. modern, cool
1 bedroom lestamn opposite
Raymont Clinie. building. Cell
3-3421 from 6:00 ,to 8:00
Sunday in the memie.

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Gam fatni's 1etd mlara each -'
MCwfs. MWMl'C nva le es, q E, ed
mold eraf at .le Gamba WA D core 1ia

viL cS Oesde CeMags@% to i:3Be- ( ;e AtNIo.'
Se Clara. a 4 Bloa-. ,s i"-4 f. .. .s ,
Phpu Paei m 5 -1'77 Cr e '" ..s,.. .-'-

FOR RlNTE:T-Chlek, two bed-
rooms, kitchen, living rooem.
porch, garpoe. t. Furnished.
Sen Frencisco. Call Sunday 3-.
FOR RENT:-Formlihed chelet.
Livingreem, dining seem, kitch-.
on. 2 bedrooms, pnrch. Near
Hotel Paonews. Tel, .-6074.

stud. 4nell 1ils, Cooff, Ni l avyi. '. . .
3 812. At Santa C4lra 'week FOR RENT: Large beautiful By United Proes
ends. apartment in Rio Abe on
Main highway' e. 5010-A. There are few worlds so brave
FOR SALE.-Dols, Part Aire-' Telephone 3-2068. and new as Texas, and writers are
dele, may be seen at Celle sD", irresistibly tbmpted to try to get
No. 52, li Congrelo. FOR RINT:-2 bdronm opert- some part of its brawling totality
meant suitobleo-'fr one or two on paper. THE WINE OF YOUTH T
American coupless" Coll Belb (Putnam) is a story of Texas poli- .e m
LOST & FOUND t2807.ics over a quarter-century of GdenC. c..lJon i
LOST"___-_boom,depression and war from the
OFOR RENT:s-1 bedroom art- practiced pen of Robert Wilder. The cornerstone of the Episco.
LOST.'DogCcke panel mon to Anprican couple or Most young Americans are bare- pal Church of St. Margaret at
male, light brown eimal. Call bachelor. Car hde 2807. y finishing college at the age when Margarita, will be laid by t h e
8-212 House dLeytime 85- FOR Rbostello found himself in District Grand Lodge A.F. & A.
4et1. Rewa. Lor t m nihd apartment, gond neigh- sole charge of a construction corn- of the Canal Zone, unddr the dl'
bokrLood, 50th St. No.. 30. Ap- pany anda thriving political ma- reaction of District Grand Master,
LOST:.-Doog male, white brown plyc upsirs. chine inherited from his father and Clarenc L. Johnaton today at 3
iit--Fivpl dl sewwd. Es-- ,,-his father's partner, both easual- P.m,.
aped .ss ge,TTocua n Air- FOR RENTi-Frnished epart- ties of the political wars,
f" aal 2S-. m t, Ro.son.ble. rce. Phone.Tbe.Gtand Lodge of

l li conscious charm that drew women A religious service will precede
the way an accident drawsgawk- the masonic ceremony, conduct
L-r '-- -,ray II-ne' ers. Three left indelible marks on ,by The Bishop R. Heber Gooden.
H ar R ie ray Line This life-Vivian, the ex-prostitute; assisted by the Rev. Milton A.
Moana, who married Costello and Cookson, priesn-charge of t h e
never really regretted it; and Shah. neu'nchures and the Ven. Lemuel
Snon, the call girc who was working B. Shirley, Archdeacon of Pana-
her way through college. ma..sonic
There is nothing exclusively The* priest-in-charge of the new
American about a smart racket- church invited the District Grand
ever's taking over a town, a county Lodge of the Canal Zone to 1 a y
or a nation by exploiting its for- the corner stone, in accordance Rev. Cookt
gotten men. Wilder localizes his with ancient masonic precepts and
story by the background, a his- usages. The District Grand Lodge, construction will be completV ait
torical tapestry to which most liv- of the Canal Zone, which is under the church opened for .serv s,
I ng Texans. indeed most living the jurisdiction of the Most Wor- the latter part of July.
Americans, haye contributed their shipfal Grand Lodge of the Corn-
threads. monwealth of Massachusetts has The- parish vestry membeMs re:
laid the corner stones of several Dr. S. J. Aycock, Warden; avy
THE WINE OF YOUTH is a thor- churches .in the Canal Zone, the Capt. Robert Emerick; Capt. Jul
oughJy satisfying literary experi- Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon F. Dietz and Mssers. J oh a
ence . the Union churches of Gatun and Blennerhassett; Perry F. Fraiecey,'
Margarita, as well as the several Loren MacKenzie and R6ger Or-
For a century and a half the Masonic temples in- the Can a I vis.
Swiss have specialized In banking Zone.
and neutrality. 'Their operations Johnston, is the third rank
have not always been admirablee' The new church will more ade- Mason in the Massaancbus i
,. they have sometimes been potent quately serve the needs of the At- sonie jurisdiction. He was A l hftl
.. 'tialy.- suicidal, like the part they lantic side communities and is ed to this offce in DecemberU
i.........are now reported playing in the part of the parish O6t the Church b WhitfMdl W. Jolison,' 4'
smuggling of war materials to the of Out Satiour (Episcopal) which Master of Masons in the ommon.-
S Tyrone Power has never had an easy screen role, phys- Communists but they have cus- Is local in New Cristdbal, and wealth of 41assachusetti. AI
cally, but never was he called on for greater exertion than. tomarily been profitable, is the parish seat of Rev. Cook- time reSldent of the Republfze, ol
in John Ford's CinemaScope produce ton, "The Long Oray Paul Hyde Banners EXCELSI- son. The ground was broken for Panaa and the Canal Zone, at,
OR! (Scribners) offers a guided the new church on Jan. 30 of tbal U pr_ nttibe he ls epqM2 b;l "
Line," the Columbia coming attraction at the "Lux' Thea- tour through the smug little world ye nd rtb atiat h ager et Esso i in
tre, which requires him to appear in every one of Its 365 of Swiss matco as It ws duringyear and It is a pated t h a t a ofthe so
scenes. With Maureen O'Hara co-starring as his bride, Pow- World War II. Specific during Canal Zone.
er plays ergeantMarty Maher who, in real life. becamL. the. rlatesn eofce Bn .
Lon Gos Ltaie" is based on "Bringing Up The Bras," Ber- wpact of tihe war on the En lis, a.artin and Lewis hi new i
gyant eMalel aU r Lghy of him Ufe at Wet Point.lw wo I-established banking famiy Ra
starred with r and )Jim O'Hara in the heart-warming ert, the omniscient patriarch whor n and Lewis htnew
new drams. age Robert Francis, Donald Crisp, Watd Bopde in his 80o's is still head of the r hou r L
Bets rPala~ R Phil carey. this staunchly Swiss son, Walter, U
v1er,'d t mus career as ar astor began with and his naturdlized-American son,
early M .n The Mdrchast of Venlce," whelo 'be Jacques, whose divided loyalties OPENS THE LLA
star's kruze.a fn Dd and almost killed him. Since then he furnish one of the major conflicts "-
has faced danger in 40 starring.roles on land, sea and jir, of the book.
on toot, on horse and in mechanized war machines, in all Some lesser complications are
climates, on all continents and in different historic times. afforded by the distaff side-
And because all this happened to him as one of the screen's Yvonne de Marty, Robert's mis-
most romantic Stars, not as one of its strong-arm adven- tress, who is regarded with shook-
tures-, Poer says it was all the more difficult to put over. ed distrust by the women born or
'Advt. married into the family; Walter's
fylfe. Helene whose lover is a spy
Answer for sunday, May 15, Cryptoquip: HOW for both sides, and Rob~rt'.s out-
MANY YOUNG FANS KNOW T"lAT THE POPU. spoken sister, Vieki, who provides
LAR UKULELE IS A SMALL GUITAR OF PORE. touches of humor and pathos to
TUGUESS ORIGIN? the story.
Bonner weaves these people Into
the fabric of a touching and sus-
ILLAAR LATpenseful story with a deft talent
TI O IV Afor portraying the haut monde. He /
has a good deal to say, both di-
TIIrectly and by implication, about
h Mthe foilbles of the wealthy in Switz.
orland, Britain and the United
States, but there is nothing savage
Tiabout his satire . .
In the new Japan women are
ROchan.ving faster than men. hut ih ,,
the twin offered by Earl e"ierte
ACressy, a retired mis.onit
AT teacher who apemt 40 Mean .C,
IlTI1na a pan. .
To sulooat his view. Dr. Cre iAs.

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'4 rkA" i h o t"- ....equip I"ts euI- t hat'
.... fbvia tha then amne abmew Yk uc ip ao wrth fn s and r4tsn yes at
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Xda ed ..n.. m- "o .re t at long-ranger h....ie, a dt ,at,
uh"ioe u ans dud.

o Am e-p- rihtne is viewt. ad in won her -ha poItry a u mts delnvoter of a he turn ahrite to oriin at frbet
i 6W1 6 Aorh-ldi poetess, I For whiee "PrelectI" s award of Dial. now fondly remem. rr cn -be made. Radar caJ determine not onlylsetarlisWhnavwae otuinsrisacnromo
b A ..ropd- si -~4 by phret. t r .allcritique n u ,agan ever pubtspoken d Ameri. delivered alo re being o Sup e- ct by ending out Impulses in

n t edr t I calp ~t the e r e a ea first tread Eliot's "The led t i. Phae the 3 C- In additt a high r wather- o

Sad m ve Shortly thereafter, e joined device at the Douglas A ft radar a tenn a earthard, pilot
St would be almost impose Di aff, soon becom its act tory. can "read" the terrain ahead of
fo: must sur ety b e d o. md T e e b d yhn h oe
SOO Lo.. as pb h yhpo r A r an deivberh1the r tr oesit rikio n g anoin t .o
110e, -.e aedPos1- rght- es, s o "iI.".- in it twon her" ,1,oetrYar in mla cn
sor~Jluelt o lding pstes V. For W while k]edlectemem Is I award of Dial, now fondlyeemradar&*an -be ade. b Radarce term inents only
Xb.o i n"P re.dilac tedmitallyreenumbof ItIntbwenodeams One of the best literary desiven re-lsas nowl h le s qd t a re fromobijet s hanue tr

li, ,. to k bea use I tw ~~~~~,ntrtgn"Te latlMo "hileatso"e -the 3i3Indlo scoe IaAh rtath ou-
lb fIT ales y-l t theI eM r exa she SA create first read Eliot eashed at id for hi ehlie n os ad mnabityrrantheor i wrat oer-

t meotherpoe" described a s "encyclopedia aric- from scopes mounted n the and other obstructions can be
writs ocre is w n a r e r 'Death In Venice" in 4a. year will be equlpand with ethe navigational aw 0 y ng the

ag sw lndn uve. pF e "el ', Shortlya w dvi thereafter, "hound dbe tvi advance weDouglas Aircrm sufticint warning me a t pilots

S' i ang editor. But the magazine did h ys be ucud batn the andb thaus double-checkr
| r "ie.. has beeia prac, ig pots( wored ne you ct he hu nt ,t ea d znd eeh cow oe/ameiane nro 0e opuets ther
mos I ote en fher o
sh anmd mo-t midade -bIv eao" S auno- pubishlan o fe herb pmeby Amer.deerican all bre te AiQ1, theirpection. Che o pointse ofl hls a
"l""SE says, "only out of modesty, but to the military model, It lakes and large rivera show up
because was not writing anse ." will allow the pilots to "see" to be atherividly on the scoperence ts un- be ee on da at The actng thrt picture is firt-
Sm ,.. Moore's poetry has been weather ahead for 150 miles ta ous Tterra o t towers
described am "encyclopedia artic-from isci e mounted in the and other obstructi on ncan be

C-les rat to music. She h odsher pilot com apartment. Armed with detected 30 miles away giving
..p.t.., t ,' ..,own advice that poets 'should be this advance weather Informadar, sufficient warning time to pilots

i t.ar a yaua s clear as natumai reticence tlon, the crew has ample time to pull up toafe altitudes
Stht te w te et h increase heel has not ribe pet to determine the least turbulent The AV- model Is anufac-
e a snueoto new tx re- the Elsea wer aminhis i era, tat she rerees theltred by te R o Cororto

Qi alasi" fdea sP"d- Rep. Frank M. Karten (D-Mo- 20th century uatrospec Rlive ap- Cooration
Sbeen prcti wt f youcant see, I can ahead and rechart a cou rse. of Americn and operates on
. a ae t e h ose days n ae tell 3otU o.." Besides making the fli ht the C-band at 57 centimeter

*d, ea i d mr whaene a o h wrne yrie smoother the cloud- piercin Pan American iS a pioneer in A I

an on and abil ity of the equipment will re- the commercial use of airborne Michael Redgrave, Leo Genn, Ann Todd and
o e aid thingsd li ta stearrdolleras. suit in faster flights. In heavy radar. The airline has been Kieron Moore can be seen an Thursday at The act
r-r-,ButItIsemetorhardt8 bweather,.plane.speed ham to bc gathering experience in Its use teRTDEThritepwf l atn ther e ab t'u r
ob tprUIIUE oousvs do late hersaided aautthese sub-aroundTheHrTe Cloudafrmatiopthear.ithestowgr ise wnr
*.ootsInoh = o ,- oam e no.5d ther, siae decreased and In certain case since 1947 when a Latin Amer- eoadm TEne SCAF"oorrayalas in whiche bre .iitd .t C mer-

av a t ju do n th ik B. a r un yar ths e gIreatryon c hr feadu Be DD-lpnsoe Stu terms, o SinceGREEN. SCARF portraya-hch.. ,
lon detour has to be mad lean Division DC- argo Clip- which will sure rank as one of the mot uual. and hod story, help to ake

aid, brilliant films of the Y.4 .poear. Its stoy gripsreaaposillytdworihl This p.ed the M tner-thed es th i
Th? ea lupr sd We g lete rte lik o uyragdte ed with the new radar,
nlandhumlliy,-tafirmly Irnm start to finish, a pulsating crime get, "THE GREESoARF" will be hown o
" "e "'i as sx the figic s s e aMoy r'lp'- t s;.te a e o c e ho e h o o xehowever,-the p e flies rg t Mereuro
Mtiinstwh i t I shighlyhtMercurio) drama thrill packed and heart searing,' which T thursday v -

Wnal-toN. Jue2o c a, Humphrey mi issrsday dt the etrhTlTeer. twll an theede n our rua w of t atti, ooe
ASHINGTo Tp June 2 (UPs- predicament h re, pu carried Individual, showing the influence .W
Treasury Seere~ary George N questions from Democrats as to of no poet or style beyond what '] I g will .aw. ,everybody on
Runphey today warned that the'why the debt had increased under !he herself has contrived. except do y t u Fd l //!"
.asy mure avenue to new tax re. the Eisenhower administration perhaps, that she represents the "enn a tt
aeetio is t a lasa federal spend. e Ra Frank M. Karsten D-"Mo) th century lntrospec t I v ap'- appdra
.o ."-q.- a hh c~Ilnqu hired whether this was part of proach to American Poesyi r.con- iC
te,.r_4W2- s ./ *Bcr ,etary's.the administration's "bohla dyna- treat to Whitman"s extremely ex- a ,
ma 21aose Vf Tandenmie new program" to ballce the trovert style. Anash eawrites at- _
el. Ittee s vO w e-unani-. budget anud reduce the debt. most as ruch 'for the eye as for IdSead [n
hold h a- prary "Are we moving toward a re the car since the way she sets her i run, 1. e

| 2 limit'aret FiS, biliondutced national debt?" Marsten words on the page forms a race-
g0 .h. ado demanded, fulo pattern that contribute woman will b e able t. Tlearn
d w ac ea'.-, Humphrey said he still believes to meaning and imp act. et'te a of caring for her-complex
to 4Ue itof0ck por, it' w soul sl e be e"t to al thI. t -Thei .graud otheyo be okiqn Pothe M Hart -sv e dire thei, i ha-
S'debt limit ptp b a sing, fashion, exeraising, a wr
.U..lion dollars, as the administration elegant selection and sal ge melet syingdanion fgot cr a
c t notea rJ usttho she wov t ut styling, dancing and foot care ato p
I/~~Id bnot wil becwr__ite proposed unsuccessfully last year. of words that she wo Ji Panama's ne rm
I off Itp 0 eOem But he said he would accept the every poetry award available in 'am s ne.w Charm S. rool t
un^eft.a el.i mer trep ioraer boos to n J the. united tates. Most recently open in earl y next omonth.ar li r t
S pressure on ourselves and on theseincluded the BongenprizeThet Charm School,
ditisa, he s EM.o -esto econ mie. I pot,-ry i 1951 and 'the ame run in conjuction with the Hariaetto.,
have a ight eief "I ust don't y 'ear the National Book Ard& Dunn Ballroom Dance Studio

rt think you an un ear the ion al B ook
debt from bre the government permanent t former. "Collected Poems ." will be at Hotel El Panama an
ceil ig J S" j' way we are proposing to dont fthi; In 1953, she was a warded, tohelW) 2'0rrho'deon of M.R os
The l aT oPre lant ying this right up against the!following year the gqlda medal of
tesra u ay. as his r cushion all thel -way. the naione l institute of arts andt oeny returned rom a .
al t r Nrssonal- Humphrey said the government letters. Fellowvsh ips and grants I- week n'visit to the LStates, w..r' liooAp
tion. should take the lead in encoura.-. 0 frequently come her way to! she was studying latest c h a r
rim odTIdeLe thatUN the oven, Hg Americans to safeguard theirU help her complete work in prog. 2teceiqbb-at s.s of leadir
is, dollar .limit was interpreted straint ian using credit and piling i One treasured recent product ofsudios,- innEinotti mana.-u,.
p tatudgBes proUpeetsup debts. this patronaWe is the Moore trans-rt O eny t rut poA
briterthanthey were a fewI He said revenues can't be cut in lotion of "The Fables of La Font. to a woman's pesTonal appear,.
th ago.. e had been expect- the next fiscal year without reduc- dine," published last year.-Tiac. end e S A LE
to .reque t a higher ceiling., iog expenses. But he added that won her considerable acclaim larg- ha preud w a
.ror orr ose e ipnower estimated, tax cuts -should be made" Ms. erly for their ease and grace, and.I. "She hashIdrio d"arnAd"t rilwpi
the deficit in fiscal 1 rapidly as reduced sending willI for the captivating way they pre .newW idoea.sle.arsuadu h. h 'J e
j t rsatsetF dAY.Justify" them.o" rented, in English, the rh y m e d '"refreashei--co"r. intot o
Sbe t 8 ,40o,.,000. It 1 ow ReO. Thomas B. Curtis (R-Mo) thoughts of the great french fabu- her dancing-up se StartsTuesday, e
mppars the financial experts an- make Humphrey Point blank If oe listlicensed bewuvaWslUtadt-. -
itte a deficit of $11,400,000,00.ithere was a s abilityy the admin- This proved to be one of' thetI Miss -t "irlSt-l'lel thr.-tns-
S e it istratio n woud present a b a I 'most difficult and t ing tasks shepo of ",the threepaces.- CrawfordAne the home of quality prod
,1M sw a ce AMthe deficit for anced budgetnext Janusary has ver-olis.y t. owto stand, ad how! h
the cUrrent year, which has i the fiscal y ear startingJuy cause she had, over the years, to walk proker-and intends to have expanded to inud the Tivoli Rdio St
","q to mu, Probably will be close in. established calm routine ofdaiart- ie from the "J" Street ntran through to Tivoli Aven.
to #iA $4dO,0b0o0o estimated last' "I'm'not prepared to say," ly work could she haivechannelled cou a.. this asic training. Itr
.0-.narpy.... -wHumphrey replied, "1 don't know 'her. taless ipto produce o Individusi at-' . ., -'* We will continue to sell our regular lines of merchandise ih addition to- '
In Iexpllainint h... Treaaury's;.how or when." auvoumeoethatrntook eight ys,! tene t studt class rom Me iSa new'fornof exercise.the-assy.' our new Zenith Radio Products and give reaonable, reliable, radio repair :

different versions of the 241 sep-'day to Friday.,service.
-re arate poemsg."- It was wellover a Miss Harnett will also introduce1 She will also give many pointers
Prroled Ex-Convict Admits ear after I started os the fables the "lithe lJin" to Panama, and1 on sleeking the thighs. pruning the'
before I had any fun at all doingthe above picture reveals that this:hips and whittling the waistline. To make room for newer merchandise, reduce
Jan er.wrkig.da.as.his "I' '5" it. Then the insAis subsiI" additional working capital therefrpm we are happy to announce a ter.
Rope$.lqyl NH wok ieenager "Miss Moore reycalln: b- porary expansion sale.
work best in the orniang bu
-... ;usually keep on, afternoond
R(evening. [ seldom use a desk
hared C., Jcl a-,.......... (write on a pad or portfolio).I 20% reduction Radios and Radio Service
th ex-conv teadmittedtoday; his time on Monday afternoon 'seem toMYl, an observer, an
ofa a pretty 14- when the gil was kidnapped and
he lured from a back-' although bloodstains were found Tout l wM'r
itb &pnise to :.. sdoalg '-bout is the most distant in-
S - te tion913.is w ito a n, lec d? ." e ab i ," I._l. -i .... 25 % re d u ctio n Sanaspray B idet A accessory
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Eric, Distingo Main

Contenders In $1,500

Dash For 2-Year-Olds

The Stud Chlmungu's impressive prospect No-
galino looms s.a "surl thing" in today's featured
1l,500 six-and-one-half furlong Press Classic for
Chilean two.yar-tolds.
Nogallno, which will tote top bad last eight lengths behind.
weight of 124, has already Guillermo Sanches gave Con-
trounced all of his opponents in suerte a perfect ride. Sanchez
today's race except Distingo and aldb scored with After Me in the
the latter is not even considered nightcap to be the only rider to
the most dangerous contender. triumph more than once.
The role of chief contender The big story, however, was
es to stotit-hearted ErJc. The another whopping one-two pay-
atter returned from a layoft off in the ninth race. Longshots
last week and turned a credita- Empire Magic and Amat fnish-
e performance despite being ed first and second for an 5813.-
short," according to the clock- 60 dividend-tops for the day.
ers. He is In A-i condition for
this event. Eric will tote 114 The dividends:
p unds and will be ridden by
starring Ruben "Caliche" Vas- FIRST RACE
qcxe while Cristian Rebolledo
willpilot the favorite. 1-Lady Martha $4.80, 3.20, 2.20
Alejandro Ycaza will be in 2-Dlscovery $7, 3.20.
Distingo's saddle with 108 3-My Dear $2.60.
pounds. Reflector and Quilaco-
ya. still maidens, round out the SECOND RACE
fi%?-horse field. Hector Ruiz will
be aboard Reflector while Man- 1-Meto 9.20 5.40, 4.20.
uel Ycaza has the leg up on 2-Redondita *2.80, 3.80.
Q*.Aliacoya. 3-Aviapa $8.40.
Ql^'acoya. First Double: $33.20.
Today's feature will nonor the
bBys of the Fourth Estate and THIRD RACE
the hard-working newspaper-
men will be the guests of honor 1-Conqulstador $9.60, 5.60.
of the Juai Franco track man- 2_Villarreal $2.80.
cementt. One-Two: $19.40.
'.The sub-featlre will be a $750
"S",cial" for Class A and B im- FOURTH RACE
pr ed thoroughbreds. Five of
the track's best will match --Moon Fighter $7,80, 2.80, 2.20.
strides over the seven furlong I2-Bull Flea $3.20, 2.40.
diAsnce. 3-Sherry Time $2.40.
radomin and Monte Rouge Quinela: $12.40.
1il most likely stage a repeat
performance of their home- FIFTH RACE
etch battle of last Sunday.
1onte Route nosed out Brado- 1-Tingat $3, 2.60, 2.20.
in on that occasion. The latter 2-Rina Roi $7.40, 3.
t's t'"e cliJs-on mumueis choice 3--Golden Fan $2.40.
rC1 will be the favorite again.
GClssy Tjrgot, spe-dy Barge SIXTH RACE
*5yal and hard-running Sugar-
luum round out the field and 1-Dainty Duchess $7.60, 2.60, 3.
auould be in the thick of things 2-Irish Profit $2.40, 2.20.
a the way. The race shapes up 3-Verticordla $4.20.
oh paper as a wide open affair
t7th all five scheduled starters SEVENTH RACE
lhv.nq a good chance to win.
S'ne other races are Include. 1-Kiosco $28.80, 11, 2.80.
o.- rn e -eiient r, :o.;rm 2-Escorial $3.60, 2.40.
A.icrday Consuerte disposed 3-Begonia $2a40.
of E: person after a two furlong Second Double: $154.60.
tussle and opened a two-length
margin which he held most of EIGHTH RACE
the way around but was under
a hard drive at the finish to 1--P)1pa.Flyt %13, 2."0
hold off Mirzatoats ht4he fea- a-Cames $2.20.
td $850 one mile gallop for Quinlela: $9.60.
9 s C imported thoroughbreds.
Mirzatoats was one length be- NINTH RACE
ltad the winner at the finlsn
aid only a half length ahead of 1-Empire Magic $58, 20.80, 15.80.
fit closing Don Cuto. The lat- 2--Amat $10.60, 6.60.
ter was gaining fast midway 3-Tilama $8.80.
dewn the stretch and appeared One-Two: $813.60.
ot1 tlhe w8y to victory when he
bWie In and his jock momentarily TENTH RACE
lost control, having to eaheback.
Dch Cuto recovered and contin- 1-Consuerte $4.80, $4.
tied to gain but the momentum 2-Mirzatoats $4.80.
was lost and he failed to contin-
ue gaining as rapidly as he was ELEVENTH RACE
before bearing in.
I -tlnovich was fourth, an- 1-After Me ".20. 480,, 2.40.
o three-quarters of a length 2-Welcome stranger $3, 2,20.
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S he e T Ce Oo bas aa ohlp houe Brooklyn at Milwaukee : .
Fl'ht Raeut Whee perDl4. New York atl t. LOU IS.
rwt ho t tePer. ddPiladlpha at Cc (
d .a Tr sLs this one a- Pittsburgh. at Chicago (2)
S" 1 day A or any-D, with a can-youtop-it? aota-
rIa d t 1on- ti. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1 l
With m00 peop- watching, the ,rookln 000 030 200--5 10 0 New 0
-nearing ~~ord Bryan Giatls and the Elk- Mllwautee 010 000 011-3 10 2
SoIt in enberry Indians put on a hitting Newombe, Spooner (9) and Lopat,
eDOs Age or more 1show, whicl left the statistician Walker; Conley, Crone (6), WP- S
e r'thin 2p,000 ., this l-imp. The Giants won the game, Nichols (9) and Crandall. WP- Smith (
aYnTear'sb l tprbra gter .. co art ftt o. and between tahee m, the Newcombe (13 -1). LP Conley
FRS E-Dixie owel, left. and Bob Powell try on Chcao stra tyearth stlayoffteams racked up 21 hits 32 walks, 9-5). Detroit
W ite Ex uniforms. Howell s a pitcher up from Memphs, w held I ant onica. . six errors, five wild itches, two Washington 000
well a bonus outfielder who starred at Michigan State. Incidentally, that town is still bases on ball s and a hit batsman. ttaburgh 012 001 000-4'.5 )
talking about the way Mel Canon, The Giants scored 14 in the first Chicago 002 220 00x-6 7 1 ernathy, Schmlts y0
12, came through. in his first pitch- and just to be sae got 15 more Litefield, Kline (4) and At- ne. LP-AbernFhy (0*..
an Franc Graded Entrie start . The Kiwanis club in the fifth. e l K ") and
player stopped s heleague-leading And there wasn't a home run e-Lt; leaeld (2-5). HR-CooperChi ag 030e0010 ae11
Juan Franco Graded Entries 'ons, 8-2 hitting a 180-foot home bhit in this adding machine con- B4, ( nh. (etn-3 o0023 000)001-3 a
o -- Small Talk: The Consolidated 'Week's Questlom: With an in- Hashma M wYStou'(U).8 'and
i":^". Hol.^ 1 ODDS Chemical team of Houston has a tentlonal walk being given to a (0. ol a S.. o. and Wohite W ad a oot (8)
PP Hemei Seek- Wgt COMMENT ODDS small sized Murderers' R o w batter, can Ga infielder come in ( 11ght4amel and White.
which probably coujd cause trou- and back up/the catcher in case (hil e- a e (.2-3). ,- by
t Race "I" Impore. Purse 375.00 Pool Closes 12:45ble in any LL. The Dixie A- he misses one of the pitches?- at i (71, Lollar (10), D
First Race of the Double merican Littl League leaders ask Billy Ryan. n'
rival pitebers.to stop Lloyd Padg- Answer: No. Defensive players ns ia 8B
2-Alabarda E. Gautell. 104 -Distance to iing 4 -1
3-ar a n hfil 110 -Na ot n n ont 25-d11 etu.527 Marty Javors, .579a and must remain .n fair territory. r f N t U' i
3-Paragon J. Phillips 110 -Nothing in months 25-1
5-- a R. V az 1184-houldn't miss here Even 'Long Gray Lne' Stars
7--ncachada V. Castillo 115 -Returns from layoff 3-1 M e O'Hara As Bride y TflRESS
8--(Atom 0 F.- Godoy 107x-Not good enough 4-1 Byur 'n' a
9-(Tom Collins M. Yeaza 115 -Rates outside chance. 4-1 BASEBALL

SThe New York' Giants have
2nd Race "I" Impoted 6 Fgs. .Pue eW$75.0 Pool Closes 1:15 sold veteran outfielder Monte
Secod Race of the Double Irvi to Minneapolis and bought Br o
1-Vain. Darling V. Castillo 118 --.Shouid score off last 32 segeronrom the san fa nTerw- Dclb., W st
2-Eschndalo A. Ycaza 115 -Dangerous contender 3-1 Pittsburgh f same orm club.
3--Wild Wire F. Hidalgo 115 -Returns from it lg rest 8-1 elsb rg farmed outiHtcher
4-OurFancy V. l Rodrigues 105x-Could payoff- here. 5.1 ng to Hollyw BOSTON, Ju.e .( )-
5-Double In H. Ruiz 105 -Improving slowly 31 The Cardinal front office was Joseph etO Jne lka(J)
6-Newminster 0. Prescott 120 -Returns from layoff 10-1 b. The Cardinal front r office was Joseph Pe nell&,a
7-Cafionazo B. Baeza 91x-Nothing in months 25-1 busy. The. Cards sent right- of the Natlo y.nal
8-Forzado M. Ycaza 105 -Ran well last week 3-1 wander. Bobby Tlefenauer to cation, said today the
M cstheir Omaha farm in the Amer- N.B.A. would reeogns Passn-
ican Association. Tiefenauer was ma's suspension of Joe Brown
released outright. He had re- and Jiuilu Waft byasfn-
3rd Race "0" Natives 41 NF. Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45 llvediin 18 games this season, ama Boling Commimw .
ONE T WO a fnd had a one-touz record. The was accused of ApOmu -a
1-Candelaria A. Ycza 110 -Distance suits style 2- ards so g Bennetwostarredf outelder Ron a "ringer" OeM. J- a at
2-J. de La Cruz R. Visquez 120 -Usually beats these ennet, whoarred for Oklaho Ne Oem.
3-Jai Alai A. Vistuez 115 -Has stro fih 3-1 # eAxandMiteil t spring. Benaldt' .""--
4Riomar G. Snchez 11 -Distance 1 exp ected to join Omaha n a kr
6--Qtie Lindo- B. Baesa 10x -Rates i 44- few dsys. ,
FrJua'Tipsr Thk Were Tre
4th Race "Ii' Natives 7 pp. Purse $3 .el Closes :0JW YOR -
SUI.NI.LA If movie-mnaker Jo'in Ford has a lucky star, then she 'WYORK ( ) -i
1-Pol A. A uo 111-Rider 1 probably it, lovely red-headed Maureen O'Hara. The a- By VILLALOBOS Pierce was reading aew
--Plola A. Angulo 11x--Ridei~dies" 10-1 mous director won two of hils four Oscars with films in newspaper.
2-Don Pitin B. Ortega 115 -Racing t top form 3-1. which she appeared and Hollywood now is speculating onAl An article told of Mickey Man-
3-Elenita B. Aguirre 115 -Shouldn't miss here Even the honors' certain to roll in as a result of their work to- 1-Alabarda Encachada ttle and how had had not be'e*n
4-Avivato M. Hurley 118 -Good early speed 15-1 getheragain on Ford's most momentous film, Columbia Plc 2-Forzado Vain Durling playing anywhere nearthe pten
5-Piropo M. Zeballps 114 -Should be close up 10-1 reaS o o g Gray Line," next 3-Candelara Jose de Ia Cruz tialhe suppose has.
onsendaP105-earln 1ure'"CinemaScopeprouction, "The Lonit Eleta "Gee I'm l d t,
'-- tida A. Ycazae 105 -Early speed conlyc 8-1 release at the "Lux" Theatre in color by Technicolor. Tyronee *5--on alinoilnto thee So' sou--- "thp'11"s-id
--(T ancer F. Hidalo 10 -Doesn't seem likely 3-1 Power is starred opposite Miss O'Hara and Robert Francis, ealino Newbrigstio the White Sox southispaw. he sto
8--(L.Da go -alustlo Newbrgghtone(eoI ry sars the guy bsypramticanlr.y
9-College Girl) M. Ycaza 108 9-Blazing early speed 3-1 Donald Crisp, Ward Bond, Betsy Palmer and Phil Carey are 7-Albatross Copadora bum. I'm going to mall-it to Nio-
10-Tilin Tllin). A. V quez-118 -Has atronrgeat-finish 3-1 co-starred. of
S"The Long Gray Line" is the screen adaptation of 1-Jachalin Ika key. Maybe he'll believe It-and
rr -- "Bringing Up The Brass." the best-selling autobiography by -Empire Honey Greco stop leading' the ieas ila hnod
S t 'Pres Clasil" k4 .. P $15 0 0 1 Pool Closes 2:55 the fabulous Sergeant- Martin Maher who trained most of l-Turgot Barge Ryal runs and runs-betted-in ai.sak-
today's Army chiefs during his years at athletic instructor 11--B & B Carlota ing me sweat, bullets."
1--Distiago A. Yeca 108 --Could 1e riunnerup 4-1 at West Point. The O'Hara-Ford combination is ideally suit-
2-Eric R. VqueZ 114 --Seems next beat 3-1 ed for the filming of this true-as-life !ry Of a young s6bl-
8-Rafleotor H. Rait 105 -Hasn't shown il-uch 12 dier and his bride who became friend ,rkisors to fe-
utllacoya M. Yeaa 103 -Has shown notIing 25-1 ture g nerals, ambassadors and a P n: Miss O'Har SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE
-ogalino R. Cristii 4124 --Should -core at wil 1-5 plays the Irish ass whc weds the pugnacious .Maher;play., CENTFR THEATRES TODAY{
ether for the thousands of young cadets he e Dfbl edf. ron, 61 GAMBOA
Oth Race "W Imported 6% Fg. Purse S4".01 FdClose 2-35 est Point to 'shape our times. --' ....... D libet.3G: BJ:A15, 7M
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u. unanui 11
F. -Hidalgo 10
H. Ruiz 1I
E. GasteU 10
M, Hurley. 11
G. ujinchez 10
R.- Vaisquez 11
B. Aguirre 11

4 --ood early speed
D6 -Nothing recently
LO -In lower class
18 -Chance despite rider-
12 -Form indicates
D8 -Returns from layoff
12 --Top chance in mud
10 -Will fight it out


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.I Race qf the Double

2--Po pillo J. Bravo 115- -Form Indicates 3-2
3-Fal liable R, V iuez 110 -Good recent races 3-1
4-GraImro. . Rui z 120 -Longshot specialist 5-1
5-Copadora"- M..za 110-Usually close up 4-1
6--Joe's FiddlAg A. V sguez 110 -Poor recent races 10-1
7-Albatross. A.- Taza 118 -Usually disappoints 3-1
8--D-von Maiden M. MSpry 115 -Could score again 3-1

8th ace' & C" Niaves 61 FV. Purse $350.00 Pool Closes 4:40
S -apol F. idalgo 107 -Field seems too tough 8-1
--Ptite .. RBfL 107 -Up against "wolves" 4-1
3--Ika M. Yca 106 --Not good enough 10-1
4.-Fm Fru ,B. i re 110 -Has strong finish -- 3-1
5-GWden B. A. 121 -Dangerous here 3-1
J. 124 -Fastest at getaway 2-1
7--Ja.calln R. V' 118 -Gets stiff test here Even

sthAe F Parse 550.00 PoolCloses 5:15

1-Valleytar a I. vecau 116 -Nothing to recommend
2--Lasy Bkik A. V*Mques 110 -Poor start In last
3-S-nn Feiner J. Avila 118 -Nothing to indicate
4--Saly 81ruce R. Visques :110 -Nothing recently
5-Empire Honey J. BraVo 113 -Hasn't shown much
-D k SBunset F. Nidaigo 198 -Usually moves late
7-Regal Bliss C. Ruin .118 -Dropped In class
8-.Oreco G. Snchees 110 -Form Indicates
-.iploiito A. Ouansil 19mx-Not against these


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1&-6i91grphia B. -Usually close up 3-1

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1-urvey DIL 1 -Oood. early Bpeed 4-1
2-Carlota F. HndwiuV -FAatest at g:taway 2-1
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though they'll agree on little else,
ow .., o will abide by the statement that
s mode rifles, cartridges,
c raiE W'f seopes, are getting so accurate
A na dreas ra0 0.%that a chuck aside 00 yards has
. alb^kede ft -bt alJoMMH littd chance. of y
t f t .Consequently the devoted var.- .
SM Minterr will back off to made a
I Sck bad a had tosse. b win- l shot tougher, instead of sneaking
nI~.~ the pac ..... I.im in i m to make it murder. And the I
at he th green of the dLa B e dyed-in-the-wool off-season rifle-
Course -of the Olympic Club of man will agree on one other point
SSan Francisco wheq: ll -that crows always hve a
a. He had numerous offers to chance.
bl w off his two plebeant maniel- Remember we're talking about ag e -
pal c ..In the quad Citis for l ,plking 'em off with amall-calber
m eomp l ntary post at swank I I IB .. Rifles. not knocking the feathers -
Sla Mou oilewbere. off with shotgun pellets over an leave the nest, and they n
. was tackled by represen- '. --.. owl decoy. While killing crows forget. Where crows are
He was it over the head by I W ena Willie M as'f elding fU off with his hitti the New Yk O plants' an4 thel witha scattergun is fun fast andumbak a ppop a t
c.ere dbs was go g on for tn fe 954found self c ed to the dugout whilethat gives the black marauders centerfire rifle, by and lar tahe:
4. cornered by Sports r too much op opportunity to extend blrd with the big voice an
1 dwea t h ua rs. their lives. The rifle ame s a big appetite for game bird i
S5, He W toerd hw wI Ih ,, ,o horse of another color. keeps plenty of distance betw ,
S incerta bradshmself and men, especially" mio
I tIa 6e s Ieth e fis p aaahr. T he first television asi- /I cIb e CA ntI lIe firs leather Isn't carrying long black sticks. a
IE .WILLIAMS Hardest Scram ler W inswhole target area of sodrow, We of the armintrng cla ns .i
I-,.""I-other than feathers, is onvl the usig today's super-equipment
I '. He was booked for a TV ap size of your fist. it that. Clipping where killing with it is too ea
Atkthe ere and yellef 8 stereotyped yak pearane New York..a crow's tail feathers merely can shoot ourselves out of
mat. h.0 g ,at ping on i) upe M1*r tle vaeS ao pU SLtCe UNTILl NOW a qu i le .a e g l -l 'makes him anerv anda sujeWt to ness with the ma hrmot tribe.
Iw, got sad p oltandt c al ,s the frsha-F who dressed neatlY By BAN REAROlN a certain lonsideduean offlight; if you think you're pretty sh
or e we n h eo w el eo virtual lyocerM in td ubb ely, finds that to 4 Vers s'i Jfatioal League it's hardly fatal. on the chucks, shift to c ro wsi
toe a r ln~ 8pt mae the *$0,000 or so extra an Witte for, NRA Service Theyre more of 'em, and theyrr
l ta rou s hatter the pretn- winer can grab-he must y BARRY GA'SON *TION: With two out and And in the second lace, crows more than somewhat tou
--the middle ht champion, d eoon oeth like a a. a runner on thid base the bat. don't usually pose to have their hit.

of a dSn eon Jimat and c ar s tartah seaon the Yae I He heads
flamingo-coltaed shirtwle t1withU tsual Yconfidence-were- quick r drops wa chucks aote r s ea s
g moundo-eoloe iprt wA I wOta lcon sur- stiloenk out from undere--wereaq cI....I.to.tl e o he t e ball, picks it up and rolls it of the marmot family will. In a
o 0d e amt i o tee ound prold lol sr- stick out from under Blak to toll everybody that the Ameri. s iwlys bak to the mound the field, they're constantly on the Enconta Today .35 .20 ,
e a iof left jabsi his emusacheald Wa.d tam o'shanter cap. can League race wod be a brand v. picking around for edible
e to the round on, pots; but at the time t was not e arways in r of strikeout, The third base oa h tidbits. Kelly, In
pple to tuell t e, this wax"Ply a perld. devoted to laboratoryebeltin.'berry...huhedlacks. Thiiswas the year when the In- s.reo the runner dobae. The bat- 'GREEN FIRE"s
Ieres. to e..a tis amimp_ eiodeotetolaraory" hist .. 'Ier dofe- dian should pull away. ter reaches the dugout. turns and You get all squared away. rifle In Cinema8copet
iW ni /h.-stT.-% N . .t t atlional was a different heads for first base when he rea. poled out from covqr with the
S. m_. tors, anw bell.evedigf ofep ll. There wals a race!l lizes what has happened. He reach- scone crosshairs ~stadv as a rock Leslie Caron, in "ILI"
oiper j~i light ire champion's diadvantage H me a would be out to get Ps the base and the runner scores. on Mr. Crow's wingbntts. make-all
iugh, thoug h have a now the Giants, who hkd Is this legaL?-Lou Webber your calltio and Rdjustments
in the reglom of the hips, after hitting the divi on maximum r tip olga ti bopeverything, cld Answer: Both runners are safe. as to holding over, or holding into IDEAL Today .25 & .1
S I d I ner H t Willie MIa Iu The oy reason a batter on histhe wind just a teenchy bit-and Broderick Crawford, in
SA w revak e ofwea es *to *fatn1 butp bbi will for he. The rae way tofirst base mty bt called the ddrned crow swaggers over toWD STREETS"
*rgh whisk he had gene, it was .et visible to the pt probb will T atnd ery sites from the bfse investigate a bug. So you have to
eere t i e .bstadbeor tlaehrt fw l w s r.,. Moor w ase a. t lie-smoen f da ff Crliale. w line to evade being., tagged. get settled all over again."A ET'
powfere th bet adbeforethset bort wawla asanQe tho Gorbo sa. ere r Q. Who played right field to
I l e ,,. .. C- . .I.the Yankees before Babe Ruth?-I And while crows cannot apnar- an ai1ks Cre
I t-" soe"a m moments -in the fi. round when-i kedt ,eknee n ca rba-llTe..rae .. O scar Fessenden. .ntl, coimnihevond two. thev very
IBt'--Na were mom'kfe-ad -the "rS rgMA. w"S am my.Vick. l be nee -deel aa camer" Thee er.In A. SammyVlek quieklv learn tp 3adge distance as
bkitetws rewahoels t*" mhmeth tl ,. ..14 .s accurately as a v ranqe-finder
OGl244s on. awayinga nson r124Di *l m itofh stPak rle. its beckaning left field net. ever invented.. Tn western pd A VOID V N
I ainaaf aOsne bnf se oI" u t T o midwestern states, wre e rifle-
e4 Nbe1Ast to fellow .tIe distatesf the iftrl. etherne have to be it. a~ ast. The osox have won five games men are forever harry in,, erows. DISEASES
to bli. w. is .al. U4ues OeXto mo- tha. the frc i t .ingles and bunches will lift and
io thme 0lch. :l' .rd, raw -v, more tain, theytook from t 9'a.lap off shouldvuogYucar
Now' and 1t Olson had built up-any h l 1!. u nf r to r he;- pieW 1 all last seamot. a or show youl-d t -p-youcarnge -
la'pbe ri derWh semed sentimentally. to favor son,* AbThe notion here is that the In- or show yoands ".
i 1a themw to rout. Almost .- and d '. dians will ,repeat, but there willcl 30 yards.
II ,b tt .,.tar+, e r w n~. =.oreo ,,-l li i t et...IT . -, b otechn-cs all the way along Tho yvonosters arp.,.apparentiv ) M" ,.
math. mad that the larger stronger aSd vastly more experl- He doesn't drink, but he'll have It is the American League that t utetal n t st how frar. three oot- vs
nedI M 0re could practlc i call his shots. t, wu only a ques- to listen to drinkers while survive has the rac-a five-pronged one. A ft bck, commenting on the ball fields extend before t h e y W -
tin of time when he would elect to do so. nlg the rubber chicken iercuit. Tel.- "The club that scrambles hard- races, we Ondred if Duke S._ ni- ..,p.
ecasting and other appointment$ est. wils this one," says Ca s.ey def would r b e abletA it young. ...
JUST A LITTLE BOY will keep him up late and he'll Stengel. Sherman Lollar Her b eSdore. yCAME A LONG WAY ,., .m ,-s
I ..... a '- v e I rea orhave to U up at 7, at lest. There 'The I funnmmiest thing about .- ls We now,*ould like to ask one C .... -_ (*o *
I h an eight-ch dvantaoe t reach Moorojbogan to show wil e, yo see, the ghost writer herebusiness I$s that- the Indians Ing smart pitches and catching more question: rI A(N A b
01i2s0 how an old pro applies the weapon. He landed at will waiting gt bus on the next have lived off ," says the in- double-headers.". Can Apybody, anywhere, a n v Speake. who hit so well for the ..,_ -ua.uas.o
an with Juarring effect. He had more in mind than merely chapter of the boo he'll have to imitable anpof the Yankees. rl's y gsrs figure to pled* stop Don Newcombe. .with Cub this iwin., batted only .254 THE SANITUBE COPPRT
rY-Ul up poits. He was trying to turn Olson's head inward write. He will dictate while the Coming in -Yankee Stadium quick the pace as they roll a ball br a bait in his hands? for Des Moines last season. -
so it would Pe In L i more direct le for a right, the old fellowI TV cameramen make Ipstretion- this trip, the Tribe held a six andlng, -
moit potent unch. al shots. two margin over- the New York Boston started moving with ex- li .
At am t eeJack Fleck quickly discovered club. cellent young pitchers when Ted
At the .same time, hei erected ai defensive e barricade degn- that a crowd and crowding goes "Twist that around and you see Williams lit a fire qnder Jackie
I effeW to nullify the little man's short, sharp digs towith the Open himpionship. where we'd be if it weren't for JJensen. The Red Sok thro ITNT
body. a formula he has used with consistent success against the Indians," says 0l1 Case. at epemy pitchers with Williams
pottItin, of his own caliber and dimensions. Near the end Stengel has not lost a season's Jensen and bitl Nor Zautchbin ani
tI h.reD Olaop broke through with a thumping crack to series in six years inm t the Bronx. have the advantage of playing hbf I
OaVer. The best against him was the In-ltheir games at enway, Park with
T b b f et rne 0- dians' U ad- 11 last term. They __,__"__ ,,
The bell lange" for The third round d by now even oi- easily could beat the old profes-
s marer must have sensed the Inevitability of the result, orI s ia trip.
10s to be effiCtally tmned at 1:13. A poulverifalg right Stengel considers the White Sox (I
~ tOlson flash ,I th *asee against the ropes follow vastly improved.
VI an zkslosive left hook, dropped the mddlewelgbh. "They added two pitchers, Dick i.
'on. i his bak. Donovan and Harry Byrd and San-
waY he shook hl h ed, dazed and stunned, as referee dy Consuegra turned out to bes a
S ldst l repeated the lier's esalt, strased the power ,-pippl inrelief," explains Stengel.
Oaset of tme fehe be h- -ustpped. He turned over and ."ThSWhitS .:ox have stayed ..up
Was thilto P 2on p fn w 110dstel fnallyrsaeh, there with nimle Minoso oot and
S O i o t seedo strppg of :a'orsW to support not htt ng. George S. l,. corking
S. 3 S tet ho walked wd was half led, dnmkly o -- bit-and-run men, has aken the -
enSor. eis",inhI Wback. That little
Thus ended what promised, when mpade, to be one of the Nellit Fox it- peft."
bettm fistle duels of the year, perhapI a second edition of Sugar Marty Margi nominated Sher-
URobinson's a similar ambion to wIn the I.htheavywelght *Sn IT thiost valuable
Imw o JeeyA Maxim. It did n ~ re~eonae tha player a aIi.gel, s-Iecondsi
I . Robinson, who collapsed in the heat, might o aIll /as ay oe,
Ite triumph. His credentials were deemed impr ye fatherr was ea ravy-ensed .
I As It turned out, however, this was a match which should ,eace- awne tha hs rande-
never have bee. made. Zither Olson's talents were tiandshly .'/ e, Yan ste ya r him; reI hi
I erstat. or his handlers pat too much faith in 'a ability no more L ast year he hit
I Iezat 175 at his age azd sal be stron and dangerous. a more 310 .... .___IIII____
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Sira.ii 1have boiled off to make the scale lnitt. '

I.,:-=.,-nder tr .hevy-r "-A MERCANTE

id .$gh .. .. ltiin k e this war's "ANCOLOM 5IAN S A
0.0 Ito o his me-p. ;- Masters Tornanir es.. I I
an d ' table pnd more trees come to mInd.
Z.he a ,,, ::* +e. ".,zd "S CIUDAD DE CALl" I
0 match himself and lsi-t- w i a a it was ty n et e .EST COAST SERVICE
or to --- for -- -, wI- m nr l. re tll Nez il:Ia S. West Coast.PortsI
,,"_,.-._m...o-,h+._ _m.I',h .'. i."+ _" _'"_L __| __ '

. ""'grofts. Mylw for M.'aA aE oImTO" I I _m ..
s.ffr .o nted, the eas I. I ..lg U -""/ -W UThe demand ,s for
*"gT was s e um bses utd Arriving fr6m UNITED STATES and CENTRAL _
.'h .a ,- w- at e qt ba i in APRIL 8, 1965 and ailing for BUENAVEN.-
.:-". *' at the TURA, PACIFIO OLOMIA and ECUADOREANS O IOf .fco e
I tried ga wit. the aceo
SPg hp. trd i mth a sR ACT1NO (ENERAL CAR00 S ,vour and frranee are qualitife
" :' -+.-.. .... . .A e-"'.-' "Smoothness, lSavo r and fr-gr-
.t q-Z--. .. -, -, uRIERoATED SPACE AVALABLE _od by the true judge of this
.ipON lbe mee 4e0et of thed ifyo resort APPLY: y"vyotred it
l' 'w wy back superb Scotch Whisky.. ..Have you tri
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An ~i6f'iort years a single organi4tlon hasp
counted m lions of people. This orgMp donti
spring of 1943, when oWorld War II wva A -iAin&
gle; millions more-were el
The victims of war's devaltatton sat4 't .ts .ds
; la time of peace, also yearned for an eeqaw ortn dilMse-
sion, too, were demanding Justi.e And,.. "
.These profound dbslree for peace ai .;fpf':a-,lWr Ijfe f i
at an historic conference in-San Franit,.-plf a, to' fI

S.- Their purpose was clear, as
expessd i thsewords from
the United Nation. Charter:
"We the people of the United
O E M 'sNations, determined to save suc-
ceeding generations from t he
IN 1948 UNICEF Joined forces with WHO to out mass scouge of war...to reaffirm faith
tuberculosis innoculation campaigns counties asked for iftdaimental human rights...to
B the end of 1955, it is estimated. 100,00,000 echildr promote social progress and betr
will have received protection against tuber= Here. a o k oerstandards of life in largerto
girl in Trinidad smiles as she receives a ca. ga freedom . hau r efforts to secured to
iberculosis ; oibline our efforts to secwur
xberculosis.th aLms."
..Te Charter was slged on
June 26, 1945. Today, ten years
Slater, it is clear that through
1 their combined efforts the peo-
pies of the United Nations have
taken a great stride on the long
road to achievement of t h e i r
S Today, 60 nations representing
more than 1,800,000,000 men and
women make up the United Na.
tions, with. 35 additional coun-
tries, not yet members, partici-
pating in the work of related
UN agencies.
One of the most important re
sponslbflities of the UN is to set-
tle international disputes, to pro-
vent war or remove threats of
Dozens of nations have brought
their troubles to the organiza-

os chni thev u
iwas born ten yeam ago in Ae
o of people had diatstrug-
e.yepened for a pea'c. A
suffered from poverty' .p. ~tAvat1on even
Asople who .lived uor, yokef oppress.

Ssion In June 194i '50 nations gathered
SUnited Nation., ;

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A LITTLE GIRL and her brother sit forlowp among 1~he
their village in South KoQrea. Mlke them, too, many of.
younger generation have spep war's deyvaastA, '"To save
generations from the scourge of war" Is one of' the moat
taska of the UnitediNatIoRs.
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TODAY, less than half the world's children go to school. Hope
fur their future lies in the fact that the fight against 111iteracy
is one of the baste tasks of UNESCO the UN Educatiltal.
Eclentific and Cultural Organization. Knowledge opens the door
to understanding among men, breaking down the walls of pre-
judice and intolerance. If man conquers ignorance he will be
closer to a lasting peace. Here, diligent youngsters learn the
ru.ilmatao nt reading and writing.

UInA, one of t newest'o independent countries, is a godchlq
of the United Nfatolis. In'l149 the UN Assembly appointed pn
International CounOil to helti Libya, a -lormer Italian colony,
organize a governtsit. She attained her independence In 111
but a veto by the Soviet Uni pe-eted- her admission to the
United. Nations. Since then,- *W nation has requested and
received assltjncO from various sourceakieluding the U.8. Point
Four program and the Urited Nations. FAO experts are assist-
ing, Libya in 4devlopibnher shep iIndustry and advising her on
marketing problems. Here LM4rAO expert, Dr. E. H. Rascovich
rightt, obser.rtbhe.iloadI.abt ltbyan sheep oSp export.

4y 194, 38 disputes or "situa-.
tioin" has been submitted to the
United Nations, and it s ol ved
many of therm.
Iran vigorously protested the
presence on her so#l of Sov let
troops, and pressure of public
opinion reflected in the.deliber-
ations of the United Nations re-
.suited in the withdrawal of these
UN action was important in
Greece. The majority of a com-
r' srion appointed by the Secur-
-"I emntd aid given
by three neighboring states to.
. ...,iuas, and the
,reei government eventually
succeeded in bringing peace to
its people. I
In Korea for the'tst tine in
history collective actor by a*
international organization 1ued.d-
ed in stopping aggression. N
To achieve international coo-
peration in solving international
problems of an economic, social,
cultural, or humanitarlah char-
acter is another responsibility of
the United Nations.
Today, there is no longer the
fatalistic resignation of past ages
to human misery.
Throughout the -world, the UN
is helping people to get more
to eat, to free themselves from
epidemic diseases, to improve
their standard of living, to hope
for a better future.
People in maty Countries are
familiar with the United Nations
committees and. t* related spe-
cialized agencies which have


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Shock for Shock...
it tops hls gun-crazed
performances in "Lit-
iLe Caesar" and "Key

Year of the United'Nations is lang used
In connection with Tenth Anmversary
the official seal of the UN, the~embb-n.
map of the world centered on the ri 1
__wreath od oliveV

v Anniverssz
kitt the world
eS. Based
a project
enclosed ia a.a

ATVONS flag -ftl over green fields ad -verant hills near l a#Oo'aia'.
vono.- wii .hcotant encouragement from thaUN,.;the Republicoldoneaf,
dece in Dee. ber, 1949. Less than a year ltWr4ohe.-was admitted as the six-
the UaMite Nations. -

the Ing International pr 9bleins Te an am;do otonstital
he se a. through an exchange of -t.chi- a-eon f..'1 f fMn
the U- s lls. and wo ds;* ---.owbdi.t
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A night in Paris... with
womenL.. songs... love..-
and 100 of. his most
beautFfuf Uep-easy


By 1953 for example, 'twe -
two million children had been
saved from tuborculpsip; three
million had been 'cured d the
dread and disfiguring disease of
yaws; twelve million had beei
protected from malaria.
In Central America alone, ma-
pria ceases have been halved in
a single year.
In sections of Afghanistan, eot-
tondyields have been stepped up
between forty and fifty percent.
In Colombia, thousands of Il-
literates have been taught by
radio to read.
In .Libya, export prices for
ides and skins have increased
by ten percent because of im.-
proved production ethods.
In Pkistan the output Of an
iron. foundry has been raised by
M Yugoslavia, a new peniall.
Ia factory has been put iate
In thiopia, there s now a
rownd staff to aeryice an a i-
me., where none befor listed.
Ila rae t, e .ntuv ion
,bv~ecr harvesting methods" f
an incentive system have ablot
d d the export crop o as

-4E1M than 40 experts driw
TreM some T0 diffeeat SaloM

Eauador, uanwhile' sent a
specialst.m in educaOal p r o b-
lems to-Bolivia, whi 'bhad made
.an expert available. to combat
.eas f the iliipph es.
the P.ippilem, Formo-
sa rTeceived an expert to
help ericate malaria. Mean-
while, a a l culture exIlfert
from For was teaching new
techniques of c-breeding in
Haiti. T
In some countries, many "'N
agencies have joined forces a
help the people build or revive
a community or in entire area.
One of these regions' is the
malaria-ridden Terai area of In-
di a
At India's request WHO, FAO
and UNICEF sent expert s from'
the United States, Britain, Den-
mark, the Netherlands and
Other experts were assigned
to the Tersi by aIdia herself.
Waging a essful war a-
gainst the de laral ms-
quitoes, these seeasts t h eon
developed an agrinitaral pla
that would mae t best Use
of the havd-wonaha1 .
'Today, thore is a now pioneer
country 1.' the f1,Uuh1b'of the
Great oLaL eduwaoail ere.
conomie au l ns a W
be Mat! pclf t ave'getem ,
Bsr aeo tisos. :. *,-
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sold Toyabee. _thieHted- -b'

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down wit theirbrief.cades at tbe i
they'll have overweming po
the vast Imrdes "r Rusia'sa d aw
-been tanil sc, 'v we
foDal "prtnership" baa o n
rope',qbei r are now nearly twoiml
Map' show todivldual,. muit
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GtIIt.Lt31* MWsa bought a half b rwt S1 a
roe w rO na- Ua Lghtalab'CaOlldator. e*
mat thb purhM s u a The animal vwas
d 'bed to wirWat nmilen as a it er, aour yats
. i UaS, a .6*n with whto leg.s
Not long atter mak the -pubas those aa was
killed. tUp Utl the time he died, he a ualthpr
smn the horse or spoken to anyone about it. Me
had, however, read something t a book on rasing
which had made him msplolous of the sae ead
It was dieeovred he bad bem Mllel owd"hef treat.
eaed to content polled.
What had he read which ballad the bfats givei


S- -SAD- *.m. m m lss
@ca be ACROS
a mystIfying *1. iddle: What hia fo6t
stunt at a party. tn tmat, -- oot the middle'
Sare "'fi' form of f .-1'oot a1 the back? Aas.
SCt ayonse can do "'--1*"d.
*ef6ctively w Ith t & What es df mall Is Parcel
St As the per. iPreseat age of a man who
S0(0 KS former, an-. wM years old at the time .of
wL be able to 7. It wau a double nag cere-
K K M H te he nam of moay, for t n fger andg
LM *any person any for his nose!
MN NNuest h asnmind 9. E4ulvalent to "four for
fl A merely by asking three."
00 00 W "
Sa few questions 12. U. X. savings 15nds: You
STXX chart t f yn w th uow or t-- dnd.r.
ow 1o doe the DOWNt e pai
n tme appor -1.R The a lu t "f alwst te eat."
u V .t Moero6 s 4: Si e lting free a Swiss

S"In whleh row or how. Manyd
rows does the 1. Hw maNy chactes la
; mand -letter agoear T", etc. With thl rations Leado'"an suppr" ?
the peiormpri bli to fire out the pame-tualy: 4. The thir between thf Dise-
fpposae the ame he- must "mlndnread" (and cover of Aerca sad the land-
- wMbh he doealtaklow Is advanced I&Zo Hae is Ing of the Pllgrtms.
the tft letter leto the 2nd, 4th and 5th Wer- t Lmapeota .olimW to have
ta columas. tbe top letters ,p whIch after 5, how many thoatUsd lake?
saf Prepectively.:'The alphabetica positions or 10.ow masy-osoldiqs were e6f
numbers f .emt three m A 8 CAd toal esaled a' ttw M wdo wep tpr that
tbs 26th .etfim the ilpkabet ,. th" e ree brougl" u smto roy? -
The secondJttAr. the "mlnd-readerM& I iatermed, 11. Four eon-dl4 t.. umbbr s
is ia the SVtraf or dbliUpa.' Tlee -ha's tie-t orpgrr tf *l
letters A BA a B. respectively. Me alpatlal wo-M t nAber
.equivalnts :O A, *. 4 fld **qd-al 18. Ith i 1aUth
letter of tN aiphbet .at seaouSe, Ia R* or and onvet ths dilgita
The thirdd )etter-ota ta itd 4a 0 lb ltit aft n60 .- -
frrat aqrtd obDmp. These have op Itter A .rAa hPr. ,
md D.. T b oht.;the alphabti) jumae tI ." '--i-B e
which indliesii thme aumasbgtter .- Thus thoe S' li 1 4
zoe la called out.' thers are found Mamilarly. m*i 'l ntr-I :rl

- S.plaM: ule ren rf

Out flMWd t4o9 appn
etoC *"" dwboB pld
tWe. *H with stapleI.
otma lower dowd.u a ad.
Sl bItw ot a ealb"t usgi
fhor l**c pl HR o

Tmsnrptogrsm win trip you
S ap if, you. prtwu that, the
NMP letterqueoy tamblan
Ib depedd em -to elve it
er a=to Mm
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Quick Gues
MAN ln chance on a
PumoboMA Is paid for 100
.OM ance mbered troe 1 to
102 1 pried of eaoch punch is
tateavam by its aumaber. That
Stoe-a ay,' umbpr 1 eots 1 emat,
Number ggl a 3 eats, ate.
How ttdelU can you estimate
within 5 .the tetal mteunt the
man c Sjt
Remember, there are 100
change 'Oe t" board.
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S o -. G .gk the bel
l.m lod .Klaxen'soGelger
country and itt hy be hb's struck
a .vO st .valuable ore. To find
out, bh a* Cary a seapia bboa
to the u 'as f Ini the fontier -
a t- t 1 top of the page.
-pe,- of eoure, is Important

te h4. chole of five paths
at the outet I. he chooses aor-
retly, he. will reach the steamer
at the center which wuNIl rry
him tbw rest of the way. Which
route would you advise? -
Cromnag paths or retraninf
steps is prohibited, of coune.


n ro.l Break-Word Fun Blocks

Is A SttI00" b200 rrestorecff I a, -a
to nrw ANkey words which
SleaMO tp 0LARK SINARD appear across the
5 E $tma (,A.Pets Books, tops of the d a.
A pages: UMe). fBamtes es a gramS at right
wisp littN of from two to. t- and below from
tem 'evesway oupla of moRtha @luaos eontaeIad
hence theeputetion of the i-Mn. lin the Words
ltunre b e" tor fecundty. t othenMslvee. bwb
booklet p a tomprehesive ad- diagram has one
vie for ralting them for a key word.
hobby and/or profit. To solve, copy
Wats Tear o le y all of the letter
Mesa to .b by 8muel PIUd- T N now In night ,i
or A J. P. Dunn (Vrlan Beels, he empty spSeM
a gages: $1). Simplied Upo. directlUy below v
sitio of the theory snd work. th em. Then
Jug oft t that's placed on mung a system
wealy payrolls, to give you of trial and error
Msou Insurance of an come 11 fill In the remain
after 65 and under cenal other Ing spaces witl
conditions. Should be particular- letters that wil
ly helpful to the self-employed rW form shor1
gently brought wander the law. words. If the cor.
3ver--bo 3ook of Mder nret letters of the
INet a Nutitin. by Drs. Hen- key word are a.
rietta Fleek & Elizabeth Muaves ontal rows can blled with short words. It all or
(DeH: 80). Guide to catering neSssary to fll them all to get the key word. of
to health, physical eficiency, course, but It is Interesting to note how many short
weight reduction, alerilee and words can be evolved from letters contained therein
growth needs by faculty members **'lqioed *q c ee.rqtpo uweujnb *sqi Imu
at N. TY Unlverlity. o;qa ijeasi* A eo MOi pue q3l js uiMrwy

Electaclty, by rio de Ville
(Pelican: 65c). A popular his-
tory of man's most useful ser-
vant by a British physeiist

In Formation
'VI "rookies" at camp each
L day went through a drill In
groups of thhti men each.
marching In aingig file, a well
as in line of three, five, lx,
fifteen and even thirty breast,
so that in no ea were thore opy
men oeft aver.. This wa po sable,
aince 30 can bewo lded by-I, 3, 5,
6, 15 and S0 without a ren inder.
After oto of the driij, one of
tie recruits propound@e4 a puzzl-
ing question..
If thirty men can be formed
In six different formations with.
out any man bng left over, how
gany men would be required to
form stty-four different forma-
tions without a man being lift
over In any ease?
Among the men In camp were
several who quickly figured out
Jut' how many men it would
. taoe to meet these requirements.
flow many men do you think it
would take to march In the sixty-
four different ways?
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"'H M seal above challenges you to juggle the
- twelve number alshowing In six pairs so that
the sum of eaah pair of numbers will be the same
in each of the sIx cases.
How long will it take you to figure this out?
f1l I-it '1-tl "-t *1'Ot 1-41 I41auT
In what way are mdney and a secret alike?
'd0q o0 pajq nusqo :aeoasyV
Why l at l~ possible to get more than half way
through a f6Solt
o no no no aSno
so sq 111 L ne u *AnJ91q8 3 uMd 30 not auaq, e zIfIasa


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ow feM t tn wmmt pre a the eMfstl oIt bme
* Wherto e temsT'a a ly oWt. t w a eoontemas ith tost
. uee tho tr .. AMAftoaWM&a, Wo es wsOs wtta-ouoNm
SpWAM a akaYL s 41M- ha- -e iagl pila Or ts OfJ-

i-He anq hi brother Utah
drive the cart to take the ark
S -- e eU" of David (2 la m

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--rint book of the New Testa- 43-Supplan;s.
mOAL. 44-. Pilate.
M-Aboard shJi. 46-Malicious burmnl.
B-,Dau hter Dlblaim (Ho. 1:) 47-s wife u nt pillar
e-Laehrymal drop. 4-Debate.
88-Jon other. S-Was ooneerad.

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1-Kla Jeboram's white w the -
Sdaunhter of whomT (t 3t .F

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ANOTHER DRIVE IN-A woman driver (no remarks from smug husbands, please)
lost control of her car and made an unscheduled call on a department store in Sulli-
van, Ind. The driver of the auto was not injured. Damage was few hundred dollars.


"7 A COMING OUT PARTY-The new Empress of Britain rtts- comfortably in a London
7 dry-dock while workmen get her ready for her debut scheduled for next month.

ft* i on tcks A d pick up g begins dggig in gopher hole whOre coon Is finding temporor refuge In chose

NIGHTTIME is coon-hunting ime along Florida's forested river banks. When night
falls, the hounds gather around the back door, eager for the chase. Their owners
pile the specially-trained dogs into trucks and seek out palmetto woodland. The dogs
are released to pick up the scent and hunters study the sand for tracks. Once he's
discovered, the coon has minutes to prepare for a fight, find a hole or say his
prayers. Coons hide in holes that slant down through sandy soil to water level, then
up again to a dry nest. It takes an experienced dog, like these, to flush out the quarry.

PIaS SHOW ON THE ROAD-Not content with staging sttionary fashion shows, an
Allentown, Pa., retailer took his models for a ride on Lehigh valley railroad to intro-
duce latest creations. Among fashions displayed were harem pants and a play suit.

1 Two dogs retrieve can from Inmel. Coon can cut a dog to ribbons with Hi teeth.
.King Featues Syadikate. -

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A SKYSWEEPER needs men with intense training and
"know-how." The complex radar and plo ting system re-
quire high caliber personnel. Pfc. Gard er K n ig h t and
Pfc. Milton Wiese sight the deadly S sweeper in a re-
cent Canal Zone alert. .

(8B PAGES 2 & 3)






2ND LT. GARNET G. VINTES instructs Pfc. Gerald Komsky, Cpl. Don Murray, Sgt. Ra
Acosta-Rodriguez, Pvt. Richard McNeill, Pvt. Thomas Adaway, Pfc. Nieves Rivera-Santi:
Pvt. George L. Spriggs, CpL Wallace Sloan, and in the background, Cpl. Carroll Griffin on
day's exercise. A gun crew, like a basketball team, must work together constantly to main

SFC. LUIS V. CARLO captures three prisoners in the ground combat phase of an Army Field
Test held recently for Charlie Battery.

SThe 5010 Men

PROTOS BY course and speed of tbi unknown
CAPT. DOUGLAS ARMSTRONG aircraft is determined.
SGT. JACK A. MEASLEY AND All flight plans are checkedd. No
SGT. DOUGLAS CAMPBELL aircraft are expected at this hour.
Movements are swift and sure,
"Dead Man's Watch" they call switches are thrown, signals leap
it-from midnight to six in the outward to other darkened inte-
morning. riors, sleep in the fastness of the
All is quiet. From a convenient jungle, on dominating hills.
position one can see the lights bor- Repeated blasts of raucous klax-
dering the Locks. A short deep ons spur racing men who split
throated blast from a ship's whis- seconds before were sleeping
i tle in the chamber shatters the soudly.
night air.
The guard is changed at the Engines sputter and come to life
gates of the military posts. T he and the gun muzzles swing silent-
sky is clear and black. ly, ominously skyward, searching,
High on a hill, within a dark- probing, following the invisible fin-
ened underground enclosore, a' ger of radar.
lonesoldier sits gazing intently I
at a radar scope upon w h ic h Suddenly they cease their prob-
appears, as tiny points if flight, ing and swing steadily, inexora-
objects within hundreds of bly, following every minute move
miles. ment of the intruder who will, soon
On the familiar face of the tube be in range and whose serene, un-
a point of light appears w h e r e troubled flight may soon end a-
none has appeared before. Intent- abruptly. -
t. ly, the observer watches. I Minutes later come the signal
The spot moves steadily toward "All clear, aircraft identified as
the center of the screen. This spot friendly."
could be an enemy plane or guid-I The gun muzzles swing down,
ed missile winging its way to its engines die, the men return to
target, pregnant with s u dde n their bunkers. All is quiet.
fael death and destruction to the vital The time has not come.
ago, waterway and the thousands of Soon a new day will dawn. All
the men, women and children of he will awaken, unaware of the brief
tain Canal Zone and Panama City. Threat, unaware of the protecting
Never moving his eyes from the rings of steel, instantlyawake, ul-
dancing point of light the observer tra-sensitive, smashingly power-
calmly transmits into a mouth- ful, held in leash.
Piece the location of the intruder.! The rings of steel are the men
Periodically, and as the spot and guns of the 903rd Antiair-
changes position, he reports its lo- craft Battalion, 500 -.me and $10,-
cation. !000,000 worth of equipment, posed
Miles away, in a large under ,to protect the vital lnsti]lations at
ground air conditioned bunker this! the Pacific end of the strategically
information is record d, the .vital Panama Canal.

PICTURED by the light oZ its tremendous flash, a 120 mm gun
crew participates in night target practice. Night firing is
necessary since an attack may come at any hour.

IN THEIR OFF DUTY HOURS men of the 903d find their relaxation in the familiar GI man- A -A
ner. So-me read, some play music, and some sleep, but all are charged with the responsibility
or being ready twenty-four hours a day. Here, Pfc. Milton Wiese sleeps; Pfc. Gardner Knight SP!JY NIgNG into action on a moments notice, Pfc. Elmer Hell-
readds: Pvt. Donald Swiekatowski writes; Pfc. Elmer Hellwinkel plays the guitar while Sgt. Rob- winkel, Pfc. Milton Wiese, Pfc. Paul Morea, Pfc. Gardner Knight,
ert Mercer wipes off a bayonet and Pfc. Paul Morea cleans his rifle at a Baker Battery Sky- Pit. Donald Swiekatowaki, and Sgt. Robert Mercer charge up the
sv.,eeper position. steps to man their Skyaweeper in a recent alert.

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SUNJPAY, JUNE 26, 1966


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*The 903rd AAA Bn. is part of tiond quooet hats, and clearing
the overall far flung antiaircraft [of fields of fire, to firing.demon-
defense system of the Panama Ca- stations in honor of visiting dig-
mal commanded by Col. Harry S. notaries.
Tubbs, 65th AAA Group. The battalion is especially proud
All manner, all classes of wea- of its honor guard which welcomes
pons comprise its arsenal the visitors to the c o m m a n d and
,famous, rapid fire, 75mm Sk y- guards the colors on parade.
sweeper guns, nemesis of the low Off duty time is spent in parti-
flyipg jets, the heavier, more cipation in sports-basketball, vol-
powerful 90mm for the medium leyball, bowling, swimming, and
altitude bombers, the ponderous, boxing. Many are the champions
earth shaking 120mm guns for the which the battalion has furnished.
high altitude stuff. The days roll on, war clouds
All accurate, radar controlled threaten and recede and threaten
weapons. All ready. All waiting, again, life goes on, minds are at
Many and varied are the acti- rest, secure in the knowledge that
cities of the 903rd Antiaircraft protection is at hand.
Battalion. I The 903rd AAA Bn. under the
The range from field engineer- leadership of its commander, Lt.
These range from fild engineer- Col. Victor DeStefanis fulfills Its
and the construction of gun posit- motto "Ever on Watch."

THE 903D AAA BATTALION is "Ever on Watch," as symbolized.
by Cpl. Donald Murray who is standing guard at a Charlie Bat-
tery gun position. A guard, who can Instantly' alert the gun
complement, is on duty day and night.

CO)L. HARRY S. TUBBS (right, center), commander of the 65th Antiaircraft Artillery Group
and Lieutenant Colonel Victor DeStefanis (left, center), Commander of the 903d AAA Battalion
discuss an Army Day demonstration using one of the 903d Skysweeper guns manned by, left to
right: Pvt. Jack Eutsey, Pvt. Gustave Ehmke, Pfc. Leon Rossow, Sgt. Maurice Burton, CpL
Charles Briggle, Pvt. Clenell Carter, Pfc. Joe Fostik and Pfc. Roger Pagel.

SSMART is the word for the 903d Honor Guard. Made up of volunteers who have been carefully
screened through competition, they are the highlight of all ceremonies and parades of the 903d.

A GOOD SOLDIER needs a healthy spiritual background. SerV-
ices held by Battalion Chaplain (Major) Roy D. Hidy, are an
Important function and are well supported by the personnel of
the 903d. At Sunday Mass are: (First row, left to right), Edwin
Vargas Gonzalez, Cpl. Dan Medina, and Pvt. Mike Carzano, Pvt.
Lutner Baskln, Pvt. Charles Jones,. (second row) Pfc. Jose La-
brador Prado, Cpl. Arthur Mitchell, Pvt. San Ross, Pvt. Wallace
Verain, Pvt. Bobby Moore, (third row), Pvt. Phillip Bourgne, Pvt.
Robert Chandler and Pfc. Charles Lambert.

PVT. JEWELL BELL, Pfc. Roosevelt Threats, Pvt. Joshaway Har-
tin. Pvt. George Humphreys and Pfc. Raymond Torres take a
break in the Baker Battery Dayroom. The 903d boasts excellent
recreational facilities for its ment.

'SUNDAY, JUNBE 0, 1955

THERE IS NOTHING like a cool soda pop in the Charlie Battery Dayroom. Seated, talking over
the day's activities are Pfc. Labeador Prado, Pvt. Phillip Bourque, Pvt. Mike Carrano, Pvt.
Donald Aytch, Cpl. Don Medina, and Cpl. Edwin Vargas-Gonzalez. In the background (left to
right) Pfc. Charles Lambert, Pvt. Robert Krika, Pvt. Bobby L. Moore, Pvt Robert Chandler, Cpl.
Arthur Mitchell, and Pvt. Wallace Verdint listed to their favorite melodies on the juke box.

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verrthMaspuakiM a W per* as lams-
*he e1. ed pplar, the zinlan's petal.
The.wing ot ete t, at the blade oaf the gsram.
All., all te lustre. The glossy harbor
Dniese the gulls tat, gleaming, fly.
Gliammers the wasp oa the grape in the arbor.
GUiatep the cloud in the polshed sky.
Tonight-tomornow-the leaf wil fade,
The waters-tarnish. the dark begin.
BuD this is the ao y which the Lord hath mam:
Let so bhe gld a r-oese theretog.
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Marh Brown. Little aryat,I
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departifg their natve shares for wr pamUres thmalM wr h
25autis Intergoveramental Committm lor U2.mefpeaid plans to m-ms M eN.
1l. to new homus ee0 Ras 9Me yewr. 4au w tut temtasm.
n t~ nhe committee's our-pr-ed history. AuiIagea the mt, s r ss,
S Asentim Iaet table shows Mnatonaly Owkdawa I UMS prrm. Ol t. Im,. -
sahen IMm w sl Mt a th U.S, m-wtl m et eOm as 3,UM whim nealy l t B0 M
wid s" fo IA llinal.

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GOe *9 we- tam wet, edeimlw MNAkMiO. Nm," we W( to s, agie,
.ln nmabi a proepeA b t t. Though Nixon claimed he had with me on a stable money
rmo Mlt g.teek c~IM- dos o fwo for air of his plcy."
aa, Aadr drdeveltped that be Whea you examine Sea ter
w M aWa mMry I at lminiatrai active e a UMh'. voting ro.ee, .tr ,
fi es emr -a ma t-e slrtra distant to tie ir diviasa of teo Y com to the seecNhMi t %ai
Is to te r Ma;sule i Jstiw Departent to ry to Lo e concurred th hik big eom-
M tta m $natr.a $000, ax refund for Dana tributors-or they caidT witA
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AM omt PI Ac st esa tax AND, SeC nrane, fo rif:
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tow ea r t r Misse. a an Sl or JmtBu's pirnt empeemmo.t ,mu a ate a eMe
secret personal funds, taid to both ramn e s hadote aAmi t
serving ia the Senata without trhe ifefbtod gauMit lb e
voters kowing a thing about it. Inregard16a
IMwit 3UU -gaKne closing the of ain the
he rr oPraties Act arten rent cntrls by estate tax on life insuranetr ibu-or
by the camper. or at b i Nixon'th; voting record in the tax reduction onRier powerao
&aWy we ur Aby Senate also aboweit eathwe't u Baeholders, e agaaedse te.
Is gtes a ai a rig t doe wa thde Me. efor the excein ax aO toeaebies te tMbe
sea or ctre iMek. r was that cntr Mtei to his w fu. 5 tax exempt on re
e ateese ity fair tetl ela tr example, is bow he voted hareholdes agenst the 1rm
ara e reit big ate bsues al vital interest to Mie 1 amendment giving $0 additive
Stribie to at bi o real estate operators who am- patios for ach opetent
the aEoMUS. 'e be regiM a o tribuMew$ It regard te eletrie~e
wt ih e erk ot the saea o ganm gcut public hoing eoted toA in e createt of A a
e public walaMw wht ber rm 50,000 to5, ats; to aesed givig references to
the sneator's v t wu bdorten rent controls b four cities andB in thme distrn-
by the campaign fUlds he reM tgivelocalities the nV tion of C a River power,
'esoae ompos ig rem emtrola favored Dxon.Yaites.
Th'swho wh Now&mea So-er t i e I areas- latroduced a*3 4 alW. votmd galet UMe-
star nlsh, or any thber seAN. gts amemaat to M 1 w f e however on reciprocal trade toe
a s eiret expoase flint frun'ae at side atpuB egir yeprdildawant to e give
wealthy flien wht servn a Ci o ebj te rW to review
te Whale intent Sad prEuab the Wissue. swetiong b II Ms 5 Iirfes, walard to resde the school
letter the Corrup Praties operators who emakribm: hb program, favored stiffenieg
A.e For the bth i MnHrt bill wlaabe the Ta-farte y Act., waatr to
la the o n compare aeT egaist give railroads the right to increase
NE rEa ATM. cutting the e delesm waae lraes without a hear ig.
to 14 per .e it; I g ws h *IIaII te
Whe S* Mo aeesure a p f at tisds e a of idet And finallyo lit voted to cofialmyfb
SGQW mg IMnrlad-6 litera efr aseleb. Abert eema Jor the Nalonal
for cae erIeme eat bier his ewl Senate Labor -kelatihs euard despite the
iae splale fact that Seese Maid hoe wrol
it wase is the m&l3 eas Whi Sm Prets3t wa1 "eetiae to draw a private busl.
eselb be as 1 1 ep-ras, 18 ashm % w &he were sees salar e wig for
red SM is", Several mR to hb n he at overnet In this, Senator ReO&
premu"tno ea n sewerals m- rtfirst 1 mashe th -ipub w loent o60ts180t. For he
daW. Md war easierader& 3A had lie, Ig shamgef tlhs inI& ama has s0c ret I y received
a donleiWe statXae Wiewer, he e planned that blfsamis hem his farmer WaO Street
which Mines was to say contrmbers ware -n whe wamt- baaokig assaeistus whiis the"
thing tad aAdaed to su pot his pad mo view. Senate.

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-ewHst e CLub a-blems aId aa i for a ee leaorael .
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goS a a C~tak" bottom, ter hsThe bttatr finally sd d utyto m u pam a O
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I(a 6 a e e e -.ut. ate divide between the twe.._ .

askexd3ltwt rp ighthe aes --an A*aa. rn e r Th sadsaid o thing Is major parties. Conservatively.
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e "t rjt enaror d I .roseen, foreigapiecen operations memb the prof. the fieat er c to give apie e pto
"ia f.- taraed e.-- -Ualdmaator who soonbecomesseriously. i.t a thm basis of being a eivic

J' Wlithotb- b wLa ers of O Peace." i theher a i e t a. To e of the Fil a en'tributions.p cl g e
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m cameIn Je kioed make 04500. It would a The 0I Political Action Ce
He iA O&acts t'oSi TeNw.A k o r t assistant to the As- poasedly He started paddlin to the a duts the AeL Labor's
I asked.*6i. .o. what.rigat ,be 9M very, very lose to Nowd" t o President, Gov. fo $LS and sold out.. to dive between the two
Iall Ate6 1n rete to mt A in]he m ittwot U araa mse ub that we hate." publican Finance Committee th L eague for Political Educationvely,

UNOatwe o a g e r A ar ts. a eoI wa Ao m Mni WandrIn 3 .le P- er c renominate esenhowt a eat Ra loped e cears worked on4000
t ae ia K. U. ei a t fred.mi, Grenthe never so heard ofit CLub and to to give a dollar apiee $5 finance, to
wajit s a M--in i a-atoreS,0 JL he, civ Dia G-ruenther was a lit- 9% oft 15 members would be raise two nmlion dollars. BUtbe
- a ad h B 0 i of I l stle s ers ions eplam what the 4.. One they have ndCLbseivedwno mon ever reaced.that go l.

me, but ebaaozed hiI talk na v j us aub aig it a wa s bo1Hei o Gmeral ers4,0. It would, askd if Ie The bestthey we er ablato
about the -U.S. ALTts - WrIt l to b aOh one,, it off id: "th mment"Ohit'sbe turned in to the Ra the AFL

TaHetoldMOe (0 eo agd an o wgts Ddsta alittleds dlub die thew ethe." probably deFinanc I he did, he'd ovLeague for Politiar each. But
and slbp asng iuesmst ai haos. s r ich ould ive From Maj. G. Witeu Per- help re nominate Esenhower. have for some years worked on
de hm"that we f.njoyed_-.ag o rr theIOW, t e s, d as .iset. t .an to the P a- B GOP head arterssay theytheir 15 million or more members
free pen-s e., eoU.S.g e of F Ie dthe ilne? caethe first la.Th .never hear o CLub and to to give a dolltch ar apndce tp finance
tt e thAI t rons wan' wearmdte they have received no money.btheir camp s. ..
| me, buti. abal mtrnddtalkU Da L a, sdea et -imi la nit was home Gmenal erso s. askedif ub lIe Th ie st hwereeverableto
a m e l. al s l i. ult ber W ibed, eknhew abomlt .l, s d:" eo- m was torai a little

air lInce there. AFjLwgi 2 FOi Thataa drama' i c-
..Oalag o uII Men er eelar f Dt t D. i, a d oe t e over one m _lion dollars each. Bit
S tight d it sntillhas a en viwerwhih ou ive k s o e Hoe some y ry.
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Sur oeafo lseel Agmca o we u p a te M eMonroe understudI. T in T erry Moore's prwclamatie hawil seatch and do better.
Sfollowers of the a girl is unhappy in ovieto Ws Iewsoon m about
a" f is consta* t secret CwontactL ,n00 r

! '- Com-.. s are now. aimee ^^o- h-." a ,tS co~lo Il ^ llI I c- Ie ll
ourea ^ .t wate f Ad a loez B onf ht e in ww Y Yom
San W ance there. Merged 0 Tere dra mat red ga
T 'U.il.S'8. today. spendiogl many in this.l ,a, rdor9 w are"s bans 1 ,- .

_Vpz;tigda gorbis erd oe -pn r A sutoofr q VM-S T" t MnOADWA MOWD Is'anore Olevethat was flear:argrm sound track. Before man
ddieover tie-op. Rigt at t m5,- ute b eutlper. See n hes7the ensor got seresd .rl. cdi t a.ot B dArlonvdeparted for
ute ree.u aa special agents of..at de' Ousted i rd-itt 'M Mon&r 'e un rstud o Terrae MoorHat .ureamatu.yinTrr.. hMe sot advance tops es
eamstes of eWr itelligence, wor tw orkfo cow n om-w2sotaw, sI S in e ; York B irt- Wbhe a girl is umhappy.in lo, o ave se new album (due in.Oct.)
Sicesupseco policellew is that the CIO cbhef W U tetedes was Glr a-.there's ometblg wrw-ge", ,.., o d s various lady frie nds Quite.
A" sio ve the rit tome 'A s"a".Iolt'- i aedy strucki-Gloria WedT I you, Terry Goldwyl ( ai ed list: Gloria Van derbilt,
I .e rse_ ,W.r. d .. d erstru.. sa u, a te m ess t an 3 mual aspect of d a ndt e srar r naDietrc h .. Sae
teo ear pati-cr ie genes *to-be was kled in a Mexico auto- The heroine is selfsh, the hero is The col' m recently quoted
beet s.-" ight. g ciSiter race. It was wealthy Alex Ybar- viioues . Modern Sreen Betty Grable's comment (in a
ea dde l e.-- ga.t.io A..I received by une .v rt of Vueala.. l. o. e Cob ds that Grace k- a ills all movie mag) in which she me
.the~oa delegation o ou f pded w es frem l oem-c hqbanI Mike Wallace is cheesecake photos. Co 's offers tioned her age and challenged th-
Sd ~I t lowrs o ar ploedmrs te guaranteed waee' -to pt the banns soon. IHer Grace in a swimsuit . er dolls to match her figure.Bet-
do. n We dlnon y T*'.we iti . .i s he et in the Virg.i Is- Lansa Turner refuses to pose for try's mother wroe us comm a
waet Fithm rtlisabeth Taylor's best Life ag. Old feud .. a r- that Betty ned ever said It h July
e I of e e on cover manes that never make the head- Photoplay, however, quotes h e.r
T Le ?evesat ing the. rut r tifle-s pri e xonLook's covered manes n ever make
atern,5sWathhresye roke sho vtestar with her lines: The Charles Boyers just like so: 'Im 39 and I'd like to
Ree' i Coe waM s mages e a . .Show Bidis!celebrated their 21 a 'y.. Have see any girl of 25 come up and
iob .s to a a.. .C -. b omoo: O-eftch e n Wyhler was an eyebrow-lifter: variety listed stand next to me and look better G.
wsib. Thled millMons of hd rSilk Stockings"to un-!six shows (as hits) which ranm . George Jean Nathan's blast
ousnare dstu derstudy an ,unlerstudy. When the less than 3 months and lost coin at censors made sense After
1 -- .ide... rd a pa ae. ha- t a ew oet n she ya le ds h.e. Wn nterviewers ask Paul umpteen rfor mances (a year
li,. ded` obessn oatfI g las kn a ame. the e.rtlMuni L e acting formula. -b d ahalf) eVictor Borge's one-
s" exacly r at ps' 'dau n. Howcum? Lady offers (as a humorous analogy) lean hit show still plays to 90
side intes a o nve by tk pls a Talent: . Never his mater-hi-law's apple-pie re- percent capLcity. (Amasing what
Thn adelegati on gt arun.mdo Buders upply Co. Pcheod give kids. Eya Marie Saint cipe: "First I comb my har. Theen c can achieve with talent) ...
Sea. Wayne M too, and land udem controls turn (ap A emy. Award winner) was I wash my hands. Then I put -o Theatre's reigh of terror has
S paren tly oeffet cards and electaI ou rcmunder once fied from the cast" of my apron. Then I make apple apparently ended. Several shows
I e" 'men on government "inform, n forpls. MisteRoberts." ie -" Ava Gardiner's quote: are defeating negative notices.
ers.s a tr ..-. "My hobby is ale (Oh, Mr. One show brazenly defied critics
o aTse dreptre hat Mo r ..si i., .ee- mat t erl t b16 ht hGable's prize exceeds n Sandman) .. Star e G. G, a nose-thumbing advertisement.
coast iad lrte thatMD a-ET1 cr Is .a my Oscar. Avea and Lana chose him was made a Com man 't.e (Quitea revolution) ... Sug ested
hae wou h try.to- maea oK Then l abutto-n t. 1edZita as ir faorite leading man ... Order of the British E a.' s m-title: "Whatever o!oa
S. ton of rme a theectrni co shift the Bo 's real handle is: Leslie (Thet and a Jitae will get Wants -sa Gets.
oWel, once I SaIus ,apro t m eto arioust i s t e mixer, TC TH (The Big Nance) on any tram).
t a st nE-standard approach t o Ma ulu's real talents are I Add orchids: For Shannon
l thin business g"-or-ors- as n .ord* Iow : An expert Love Letter Dept: aMy aNthol- BoUl, the attractive wife (who
SIpaint sse can sin g. For. ogy, 'The Emnire City: A Tress- belts outa ballad) in "Damn Yan-
rt eO. of "Silk Stocings" and uryI of New Yerk wil so bea ee'. Hal Roah, Jr. flewin
S-h- '' 'y"1 -' byush Kare Shlkparodeo "An- publshed by R inehart Your ar- to offer B Jane Keoan a TV
Q- am ,a ...... ,k Jigh!".plan to cow- tide 'Waiting Pr. Loepe"'(on the rim ResVegs spots &tiled their
S' ,M is Nove tubr surrender of Public Enemy No. $1 0,00m .fee to double hat
T e wag's critic describes "Cat in 19)' willboe in it. Other u- Frank Loesser! He pu she-. only
a w_ .. ason a Hot Tin Roof" as a "scato- thors in the bok ieliudi Benc' three numbers among the First
V ^~APm- Igic ArIZf' M Teal barrage of histrionicshyper-ley, Wooeot Bankh ead. Bleel- Six. -Unchained Melody ," ou
tension" (Such elegant double- mans, C~apote, Heebt, O. Henry Got To Have Heart" and "Lola"
A -. talk) wen Verdon can't miss and Charles Dickens. How you . nsiers discussing personal
in" ai Techicolor: A carrot-top with wrote 'Waiting for Lepke' on such appearance flop tours of teevee
S-- emerald orbs . From Variety: split.second timing (and so on-the- names shrugged: "People won't
"It wap. pt the Alamo, in 1986, that head) still beats me and. I don't pay to see what they can get free.
,n. Davy Crockett and a company of rave very easily-Alexander Wnen Berle was King he made a
STexans fought a forlorn last stand Klein." movie and hardly anyone want to
Against Mexican soldiers." (We asee him because they could get
musta been too busy watching Alf Playwright George Axelrod (a him Tuesday nights on a pass!"
Landou and FDR to notlee.) mag reports wrote "7 Year Itcb" h. Everyone calls it 'The Mati-
S- in 30 hours. It made him a mil- lyn Monroe Walk." But Lana Tur-
ACM "Oklahoma" is this highly re- lionaire... Some typewriters are ner invented it long before Mari
-11,M garded by its creators. Rodgers & made of gold. Author E. L Gann lyn hit H'wood, . They say
lm A" s" S$ Hammerstein permit e .one to get will earn about o0,00m0 for his Grace Kelly is a hefty backer of
SWa11star billing in any reduction of t "Soldes Of Fortune' flicker -_ "7th Heaves" . The newest
The-aly .ee of teir calicks with Jack Rose (producer of Bob gem in Broadway's crown is D ug-
Sipe ,= 4 i that restrition . Henry Fonda's Hope's "Seve. Little Foys" film) las Leigh's art for Pepsi at 43rd
i -daughter Jane will a ar with was a struggling Broadway press- S,(tet . The spectacular has
him in "The Country Grl" along agent not long ago . The Arnold over 35,000 bulbs.
The Rooster Route . .,ven- Repbens celebrated their 10th wed-I
r -"tower's Inn (in Yookers) rates ding anay at the Stork Club. their(
magazine edior attention. Started favorite restaurant ,. Sinatra AUTO PACK UP
'a. .as a small hot dog stand a years (reading this) will recall the days
1 -CI11 S{iEDW ur/L rfllp ago. Now the largest in the world wham bobby-soxers stampeded the DETROIT (UP) The auto-
1A/3d' riLL ,/ RIt LYEEDSJ. 13 hng.s.1 hungwill ft. ofsoUd absles when he appeared at the mobile aluastgy, which i nthe ret
glass as a counter. Built at a eostBradwey Paramount: They are erd-breaklng year of 1950 didn't
.oa a million Comic mobbing the Universal lot i turn eat its 3,000,000th car until
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scholastic levels, as shown by chart being studied by Northwestern
University's President J. Roscoe Miller, left, and Kenneth P.
Burgess, president of the Chicago University's board of trustees.
According to the chart, salaries of college faculty members have
gone down 5 per cent since 1940, while those of other professional
groups have increased.

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business. The 19-yearold. t p f Aochester, Pa, learned he
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she wasn't working as a sE ry. Trimming beads was a
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The Russians, in turn, sw Nehru: as _reat 4p to p the _ok Inhprevious M. w.as.
i Just what the political rdatts of Nehru's vt will shi which was bound for South Africa from-.British
1e remain to be seen. Columbia, Canada.
Nehru is a "neiralist." B.t his neutralksm tends _.fe Crist6bal drydock, which is only 386 ft. l(ng was
.toMrd the view thtt Communist Russ a dr Coq u- t-oosanmf to service the 476 ft. Mariposa.
ni'st China are pete-loving, and tha% the United o -
'* fta and its Allies are lhiperialists .A ; An'annpeement from Balboa Heights prepar-
-. It Nehru's neutralism -does =aw .t i more t4 the I'n CcaeI aplepo) to expect an increase lan areas
left as the result of his vl4t to 1it, t wll be be- charged on the PasamA Line under the free home
cause he has a high degree of retnce.. av travel relations.
.His reception in Moscow can be desrbed only as At I monthly conference held witn civic council-
hysterical. Russians said they never h~l seen 1 ny- men the Governor said that the final decision on
thing like it. All the top-ranking Kremlni leader were how mudh will be charged has not yet been made,
at the airport to greet him and the Street.&of the city but the new rates will go into effect at the begin-
were.lined by tens 'of thousands of -ieople who -cheer- ning of July.
ed him. o
Everywhere he went he wa_, greeted by. cheering Nine months after an Albrook flight surgeon, Capt.
crowds including children who almost buried himun- Charler H. Barnes. posted $2000 ball on a technical
der bouquets of lowers. chsge of manslaughter, the tragic case of the five
-Nehru is the kind of man who respolids to this kind young children who died after he prescribed- p anti-
f treatnient malarl l drug,_was_ closed.

Western diplomats are taking a cautious "walt-
and-see" attitude toward the latest crisis in the Xta-
lan government.
But most observers feel there will be no major turn-
about in Italian foreign policy. "
Premier Mario Scelba turned in his resignation
Wednesday. The Scelba government was toppled by a
revolt within the Christian Democratic Party.
However, the split In Scelba's party was not caused
by any dispute over foreign issues. It was caused by
the opposition of both left and right wing Christian
Democrats who have accused Scejba of a "do-nothing"
policy at home.
Western diplomats admit disappointment at the fall
of Scella. Some say new. elections are the only way of
solving the difficult situation brought about by the
balloting of 1953 In the 1953 election, the Christian
Democrats failed to win a, clear majority and were
forced to form a four party coalition cabinet.
Some western observers say a long domestic crisis in
Italy may pose a danger to the west... particularly,
now that the Big Four are preparing a conference to
meet at the sumrnt
The problem is further complicated by recent So-
viet overtures to Italy which has a large Communist
vote... and by recent Soviet Yugoslav talks which
created a new strategic situation at Italy's vulnerable
northeastern frontier.
: President Glovai.nt-Gronchi, the man who will name
the new Italian premier, is a left-winger in domestic
tlolicy., But the west sees no trouble from'Oronchi in
his naming of a new Italian leader Grorichi pledged
on taking officee last may that he would stand by
Italy's commitments with the west..
President Eisenhlwer met what some might call his
match today... the great stone face.
This Is. a 40-foot profile of rocks in the White
Mountain$ of New Hampshire.
Its inscrutable expression might be compared to the
President'h In regard to whether he will run for re-
election next year.
Mr. Eisenhower has dodged the Issue consistently.
Thursday,. however, he brought it up himself... and
hinted he might be In the running.
He told a New Hampshire audience jokingly that his
decision might depend on how long it takes his chief
assistant to complete his series of lectures on New
Hampshire. Mr. Eisenhower said the lectures don't
seem to be a third of the way through yet.
His chief assistant is Sherman Alams former Gov-
ernor of Now Hampshire.
President Per6n of Argentina has refused to go the
way if his cabinet.
All his ministers handed In their resignations.
But Per6n in a nationwide broadcast refused to
step down. Said the President: "If it were not for the
people and the army, I' would abandon the, govern-
It was the commander of the army General
Franklin Lucero whom Per6n assigned to put down
the reoltionD by navy, air force and marine officer.
Lueo a pledged the absolute loyalty of his troops
The State Department is prepared to appeal a rzl-
ng that a passport is a constitutional right, not a priv-
fLU or f Adpl 8 .a handed down k the- Unit.
ed 8ffp A-p1-a unless ti~aore co3t
reveesit, it will strip the Secretary of sate and his
passport division of their great power over who will
SThe court held that an American's constitutial
right to a cannot be reftued except for vaid
t hemiX. ns try's relations fwor*-
IThe Ssn was on a ease brought by the chairman
of the Independent Socialist League Max Shacht-
manof Garden City, New York. He had been denied a
a because We leagu I* onthe Attorey-Oentr-
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hAe awtor,. wo aonatecd his time and services free-
iY in mqrcy missions throughout the interior, was freed
on 32be bal. posted Dy the officers and NCO club
members at Albrock. last October.
This week a Chorrera Court Judge returned the ball
Clinical testb proved the doctor was not to blame for
the deaths, and the case was dismissed.
A young Balboa Hieh School student who lost an
eye when he was recdentally hit with a bat early this
year, is looking forward with new hope to plastic
surgery and an aitificlal eye. Viniclo Mendenhall, the
son of a Navy employee, Is getting the backing he needs
for a trip to the States from the Balboa Lions Club
which Is sponsoringR a fund-raising campaign for the
youth, An initial donation of $100 has been made, and
the civic group expects to raise the additional 1900
which would cover all medical costs and travel ex-
penses for the boy.
Two year penitentiary terms were imposed on a
cable thief and on a robber during this week's hear-
ings in the U.S. Diltrlct Court.
A former convict, James E. Davis. known as "Big
Head Charles"-was convicted of stealing a $40 wrist
watch from a lare watchman last October at thq lhn-
its, and Tiburcio Bethancourt, who was, on three year
probation alter a cable theft, must now serve a two
year pen term. The probation was revoked on the 19-
year-old defendant after he was convicted a second
time of stealing cable.
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Residents on the West bank of the Canal were per-
turbed lately by the thought that come June 30 they
would no longer nave a cominissary or gas station
However they were considerably pacified to learn
that the Cocoli Clubhouse will begin selling food
and household Items after July 15. The announce-
ment came from clubhouse manager Jack John-
son. Residents of the Coooll-Rodman area still
face the pr,-spect of not having a gas station in
their vicinity after the Canal-run service station
closes down.
The Cabal has .-elinouished its control of the Navy-
Operated townslte with the closing down June 30 of
the commissary and gas station.
OTHER NEWS IN BRIEF... A Navy Air 'orce Patrol
Squadron (34) has shifted its base from Trinidad to
Coco Solo... For his outstanding services to the cause
of the United Nations in Korea, Gen. William K. Har-
rison. Commander-in-Chief of the Caribbean Com-
mand received the Order of the Bath from Britain's

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Flodk took se, lead on ^i- 1 It.
Not shb lpoether t-
eame eat o aowhere 1 -t as there
been-as upset ldke thb is .1w .a- Open.
Flek, who operates t uL s In
Davenport, simply ripple. And
there was ap ndicatih t as early
as the eighth hole.
Flick, who took R one stroke la When Hogan boey-
ed. the par tour 101th holewaa nursuing that margin
carefully. On the eighth. Baniba Ben sank a 35o-.oot
putt or a birdie. The pressure was on Fleck... but he
calmy stepped up and ran down a' seven toot putt for
a birdie bf his own. ,
Fleck doubled his lead on the ninth hole with an
18-fopt putt that hit the cup, bounced into the air,
then settled out of sight. Hogan also tried an 18-footer
but missed. A 13-foot putt on the 10th gave Fleck a
three-stroke lead, but the Iwa pro bogeyed the 11th
while Hogan shot a part to reduce the margin to two

Hogan's putter faltered on the 12th hole and he
needed three shots to get down from 35 feet while
Fleck regained his three stroke lead with a par lour.
The margin was cat to two strokes again on the
14th when Hogan sank a 20-footer for a birdie and
Fleck took a par. They played the 16th a 603 yard
par five As it it were a lot shorter and easier, both
getting pars.
There was another pressure-packed moment on the
17th when Fleck minsed a sliding, downhill putt andh
took a bogey five Hogan was 14 feet way from the
pin, but elected to play It safe rather than go for a
birdie that would tie the match. Ben tapped his putt
to within inches af the cup. Then playing It safe, got'
his par.
The final hole was Hogan's undoing. For once, the
42-year-old former champ didn't have it. His drive
hooked into the rough and he wasted two shots get-
ting out. The result was a double bogey 6... and a
final core of two-over-par 72... three strokes behind
the new champion
Light-heavyweight champion Archie Moore kept his
title Wednesday night and probably clinched a shot
at the heavyweight championship.
Moore knocked out middleweight champion Bobo
Olson in the third round at the Polo Grounds in New
York. The fight was scheduled to go 15 rounds. Moore
was a heavy 05-14) favorite, but few expected the 38-
year-old ring veteran to end it so quickly.
Promoter Jim Norris had said beforehand that the
winner might meet Rocky Marciano for the heavy-
weight title in September. But Norris said the winner
had to do the Job impressively. And Moore did just
Olson had a sdilht edge in the first round as each
man felt out his opponent. Archie went to work In
the second started landing consistently with his left.
He beat Olson in mne In-fighting Bobo's specialty -
and knocked Olson into the ropes with a left hook
late in the round
Bobo suffered a slight cut in the left brow that
round. It made little difference, for the end was near.
Moore rocked Olson early in the third round with two
hard rights to the' head. Moore followed with two
lefthooks... the last dropping Olson to the floor near
Moore's corner.
Olson loiled over on his elbows and tried to
push himself up. He almost made it but still was
down when referee Rubby Goldstein counted "10."
Time of the knockout was one-minute and 19-
seconds of the third round.
A ringside doct,.r ays Olson was groggy almost five
minutes after his handles put him on a stool. It took
10 minutes more before Olson could walk to the dress-
Ing room.
'twas MIoore's 21st straight win and the fourth de-
fens of the title he won from Joey Maxim in Decem-
berof 1982. Olson had won 21 straight. Only Moore's
title wai at stake, so Olson still reigns as middleweight
Actually, Moore won three different types of fights
duon ..the day. First, he hit the light-heavyweight
limit of 175 on the nose after paring off 21 and one-
naIf pounds in seven weeks. Then, New York officials
refused to let Olson use an oxygen tank between
The third fight and the most Important -
Moore won in a oreeze. And that probably- set up a
September shot at Marclano... a fight Moore has
been trying to get for the past year.
Norris says he's "certainly interested" in matching
Moore.with Marciano. Weill sitting at ringside -
says "Moore looks like a million dollars. Maybe some-
thing can be worked out," says Weill. The match
probably will be set for September 22 at Yankee Sta,
dium in New York.
-.Moore made it all possible Wednesday night with
his third-round knockout of Bobo Olson.
A University of Southern California runner has
smashed an AmericaA collegiate record.
Fernando Letmna ran the twomile In elght-mln-
utes, 57 and *a1en-tenth seconds. That's three-tenths
Of a second faster than the previous collgiate record
set last year by Wes SfAntee of Kansas.
Ledesma turned in his record time in the annual
meet between all-star teams from the Big Ten and
Pacific Coast Conference. Thi Far Western team won,
75-57, at Berkeley, California.
Bobby Seaman of UCLA won the mile. in four-ih-
four-two. Only two weeks ago, the UCLA sophomore
ran It in four-oh-one-four in barely losing to Santee.


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