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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00792

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Calfornia Institute of T -.y orn to
sctlces, Ze- logy are at a los to explain the more fet sa appeed a
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Ider roma Di Peso said e truck drive then -do a-
a te gath Thursday afternoon whe his bout ee dow ziardund the
10-year-old daughter, 8 a h o.u drn. wa The
ran into the house and hose. had pnetratd h lay.
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S" Cultural highlight of July In 0ldi dlot&.
k Panama wllU be wo perform- The landlord,. Nqmaa K.
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A he said nthial4 ational Theater in.Pan- TheAult inlved extensive







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Ti sSeriously ll frompa inake bite
for the 9l Hike rshey utle in the le My done d uring the eo, 3
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SA The Canal Zone Teenage base- from Darien by an Albrook Res
Se OSS league' effort to get a cue squadron H-1 helicopter
CGoigth tom Acrosth esale the middle of this week.






TPre si e ek Eise e team to the series in Htrshey, yesterday.
is Wek, pa. has ot the Veterans of For- urielo was bitten at the vl-
eig n Sars post 3835 right behind large of Camogant, miles from
Postal employee Oa the Canal It. La Palms.
Zone .will probably receive The helicopter, flown by MaJ.
t checks this week or.-the lump At Cocoll tonight and tomor- George o. Hambrick and Cap.
sum back pay ed by the row is holding open house today William B. Peel, with Capt Car-
retroactve fea res of the law raise funded for the trip. Bingo los D. Rul-lanas flight surgeon,
giving them a pW raise, games are held each day from 1 picked up Muriello at La Palma
This law was ,igned by the l~m. to 5 p.m. Then there is a and landed him at Albrook at
. President severatwl ks ago. I free fh fry from 5 p.m. to 6 6.49 p.m.
antedated the gwal Classified p.m. Then a dance, with door He was taken to 8anto Tomas
ay Bill enac atein June priag rom 7 p.m. to midnight, hospital.
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Patrl i-I ierce at the Bil-
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vLion project, ; ll be the main
"he eiulteas will be followed
by a hoIO ag band concertgiv-
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C taludlJg event of the day
w il the fireworks, which will
bIet off from the top of S o
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O..n.Attc aide the parade
and "'Viotuc exercises will be
held In-the mOrnMing, at the North
Margarita SdcoL -United States
Consul Philip Dur will be the
speaker'.
After the exercim the children
will have kiddy Irain and fire en-
I e rides and a program of ath-
letic events."
During the morning there will
be a demonstration by. a U. S. Na-
vy helicopter and a flyover by
jet planes from the Air Force.
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FLOTA MERCANTE

GRANCOLOMBIANA, S.
ANNOUNCES
THE ARRIVAL AND SAILING OF TH
M/V "CIUDAD DE CAL
S aI AT BALBOA on JULY 3, 1955
j Accepting general cargo for CENTRAL AMI
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THE ARRIVAL AND SAILING OF TH
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On July 7, 1955, from U. S. West Coast Po
Central American Ports, to Pacific Colo
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REFRIGERATED SPACE AVAILABLE
: -: APPLY:

SWILFOD & McKAY, In
Masonic' Building, Cristobal, C. Z.
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it s Us toaid to th erdicker ing for nJeae# "k
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ioo0 ive .ade vto 7,0h,0m0 Inityasing s Maeaoaiaommunitycend tht e atersny.


E sric smr h oun oSchoolhboard mo *re prtdh icaneere *te pa thep rboel rtwes soostruettee Mac rim ng o tems an m aits ti
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ae reoveryin the westu whichin ilaceO D-11 ear lo T U T -- (UP ptp of d the

t ited a demanded silver has chool SP-INGRIELDre, rIdho-(P a TPA)- UL, ba. (U P)a r "a a e a sven nir
oroinaion i ndW worth almost tl-in back to school n Strat.- Amer ansd 21 pare oaMt none fr nay tilting hh decision was the inner belief th*M











foree peoi. The government hi te's closet. i. the odds werea staced against any inqui tribunal dat
- 235ERICAN and nstabiluty to remain the Far East dmthed fo sc at thr or. i e at e nr he hd no part of hossehoppint th mluSen. m
where holding of nhe whiter coinm fethal e nli tes re h ther a tyo'dMa neP KENTt. .W S( PW ) So my friend t ctoll .ppeo the reaart a quotf "











thin year was enthud.icaly ap- Chicago Wored' s h eld t G. active Iv currency, ten without gmvini a thougMt to the possible
Seovt by Anibelit de Iturbide, back her month, and it Is the of t efft of exce weather in h twin drreportedaft carbur






in keepnooup the demand ande se qdff Int wild krom.t. yonder.
"The miteing wu be dandr anoued anSchool board members areLincoln and Americans are stepping p. their schoolmown"e at. fon b o th psSe waa
of the school's hot lunch pro;ram condumptionof.uch.foo Me&rI.a" P speekins Interms of r
toplans of her own for mintem," Iturbide a 110-word quotation on hines view l Tkndgmg e wid w f ori nded *othin lIke "Equity."
The new issues of five nrattd 10Ibout a 3rn-volume library ia nEW value of prn, vias au d cow'friend--poinpo st of e fan, h
r and ppar shortly water up reerves on labor and property pa wo It has beeneats ech e the school diffidence, because th
*mbia when the Mexican Congress con. CE n Amercan ate an average.of 1S The mta. at .t
wtvenhoutes inregular sessioney in d taed on the a l per cent more dadry p e a Mttett, who retnf waO Actor the d t
approves the measure. The coins r ie otthierl;ban butter, a i R otary C3bth't Inls rt l
are 'expected to disappear from i oteetteu se g 'inaitThi-t e tt h
apl pcaun et o refruits ,-o ee Un a minded kO
hoards them asf a p l Tu r o meat, trry fish andl. tale -ou I% y
against further devaluations. t:fr.M nsdI.f
The silver peso coin which has SPRINGRIELD, U.-(UP)-- A tee th y 20 3mrs ewt.`hMrp. a Du7ry.e.te-ees vun srat ion
increamd in value with every do. bronze plaque of Abrahal i.Loomt said.te e2ter ajerec
c valuation and fluctuates with ever loln which was "lost" 21 years On the other hand, a h' st'o
shift In the New York market fgo has turned n the Illinois per cent less potatoes andisweet u i iFixponathely oe" h itstdVonw theie
quotaion, is now worth almost Capitol-in Gov. Wililam G. Strat. potatoes and 21 per cnt les ain tling doon w the Inner belief
roerpesos. The _government has ton's closet, poTlcts...the odds were. stacked. against any inquiry tribunal do-
tried unsuccessfully to recall the.-The plaque was cast at the or- "U orian he h4d no part f'chopping titchicken.
issue. ier of late. Gov.. Henry Hornetrn.u -ort.nof
The 'oo irinotFr ak G; ..o. J active la currency, then without grving"a thought to the possiblit
this year wse enthusiastically ap- Chicago World's," c mt Mae-.--(UP)--A boltlq a u Is 15 offset excess feathers in hie twin downdrar
proved by Anibal do Iturbide, back hheere wn a y rb0 n oad. Ss. .t
President of the Mexican Banker'e been seen until .wdrehed all the way frog-fIo Id kiomte.-. yonder.br'
Association. The plaque Is 2 uby -..... waswnt recovered at the hOrs tie.' .tM G t .l odoge
"The mintin. will be favorable and bears a profile of Lincoln....nd-o"Sgt.-Georea"W o ntlyo the placated farmer was.
to our monetary system," Iturbide Ta 110-word quotation on his views Th-wrtlnfgd$he frmtb, -w-l Fiq. ;olnded
said. "it will ub up reservesjon labor and property. It has been itoats thIthjoms diffidence,tbecause thei.
without Increasing money in]installed on the wall at then-f was Actors Equity, ant
.. francs to the state historical-11 of..England.,.o-"ho.swhich Sugge tha ctoArw
*e zi..M .q-economists havebranry here... t'u. which sugg-st that
S>-,>- g.on.ss.you .*#..1Wt qendi that-
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Accepting peaerl C F. ." ut'ther' happened, somewhere in the Gaillard Culk
WEAST COAST AND lU',JA -M-S, ; .. the other day, a minor occurrence which, for reasons r
Selling.: v ery ifess Days fIN. cannot for the life of me explain, recalled vividly to my
mind the episode about where the chicken got the axle.
Houston a d N ew Orlans Seems there wasx fair freighter, sound in wind and
limb, noodling northbound through the out, minding Its
Sailiang: Every Tea Days for: own business, and not evqn. accusing the Tecon follows of
trying to shy rocks dews. the ftbnel.
New York Philadelphia Boltimore tis we..-feound boupd upon its lawful occa.
(Gulf Vessela call at VERACRUZ a.d TAMICp p on, was the Mnr.1 t1lmber to South Africa-,
(MEXICO) every ix 4 a) O.W. White pin*, it is to ie hopedc.- u o e
iWell, what should bapptn but for dohe reason which
1' ., B'ALB O" t .- ,: aone-rha manageId'pu'Ba t pa, .aoip salve pore
fttALBOA fto CENtI n of the Cut stroetn ed way ott and motel aripoam
I.' .AN P R t and U. S. WEST '-. .riht across the kiltr-- -
S^ T PR .- Naturally, there ws ting anyone cu do in ad.
..-. 7 .,O- A... .,T vance to forestall so ffatt an exampe of provoked
itonthly sailings from-BAL!OA aggression.
andW when you consider rou.ble tiHe mass might of
to BUNAVENTURA, MANTAnd QUAY the Statp Department anMlhoe fP gono,:.marching every
-,:"- V.. which vay in glorious dimity b in dflrng with un-.
APPLY: provoked aggression, you wil riallizs what a problem con-
*l fronts the emaiated forces of the- Panama Canal CornE-
Wilford & McKay, Inc. .. pany. '
Masonic Builnia. CristeBlat C. The PanCanal'hite nothing like the resours of the:
TELEPHONES;: CRISToAL: SeM s aa6 .Pentagon. Only the qaifufl.. -. .
What impressed tn most about the eolsode, however,.;
was tactful a&i0 cou0teoqe, way in whieh o-Cv. John S.
eIybold'sought to iikou anwMede for thq fact th, h had.
ash signed no pla1ptos hold' n to that piece o the out.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY before it savaly sprang Mt ad smbte the M`i posa.
UN 42 Wmthout a n"oe q tionuing the.Marp*es's.
right to have-A wwolo lot of good,. rih Canal Wa yr., In
Great Wlite Fle ,t her-forepeak, ie waived the $25,000fo'. for reat.lva.tng-,
the Balboa drrf oi, so the Canal odid geot bask that
New Orens Service Arrive water out of theMartpa's ferpeak, a
Cristoba From the. oint of ovi of, thp owner s9 the Marl:-.
posa, that mF 'be looked on t- jrt 0,"re' O-
"Midfr Srl0riaas ,h killed and Genera cage.- s,000 comi at At-i t on d
.S. K." ..................... ... I......... not have to getting their coracle all knittod up a-.-
'S.S"It ** ..................... ........ .... ly 1 gain down there in front where It looks (Ike someone drop-
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S." UERAS ..........................J..... ly Nw t t en no account be thought that, when
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8.S. "AGGIERSDBORG" ... ... .......... w... h 1 an a tfla mon
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Cristobal have- been hla to learn from the aublie -ints, was in thnq


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,exczuroas. These satsa also Immune to 'mUdew
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re good asmI sies from .- y are lifeguards and c o u n- BY KAY SHERWOOD A blue or gold star Is Stuck at paper which is taped to hold it m A" blue shower of'stars w route
w lsd a e. quey atr- enjoying one of NA Staff Writer each point. place. Straight strips of white from the OP of the one. -Show.
mahL Havear d e square abi carefree summers by en You can make a jaunty rocket plastic tape march around the erp are'. ti ade yeautti
of Ia ,tt U. ..a, tn themselves aro u n d Set up a brilliant display a star- for the top of the cake from a cy-' cylinder to give the striped effect. four strips of b lathe lrWOi
st .i, ~,Some will be at resorts and spangled "fireworks" on. pie- Under of shelf paper, taped or about five inches lt. Cut O a
o. olpa where wimmming is a nic table to key pasted together and topped with To make the top, out a circle strips down the nid to within
a ya activity. I A gala cone made rom a circle of the about an inch larger than the an inch of one end. T trips
If aper. base of the cylinder.' Heavy red other and stick ol star on
s.ia n a_ Ozend The care given suits between e paper or cardboa will do. lashl h f ed et. Po the taped
v M~i M ]l n," an0 dunkia can. greatly .len !t|-itM^ ltF tasac cylinders become rock- cice to the mid and ovjrilp r.ep fr ,ols
a ..o additionalliq the ir ~ r l hen en they're rolled up in lred Ito s oen .a
tO a package,,,t ,tsun .,
r medium tion, sa s piration can Our"" I,
St 3.0 rnm% damage M in. usually
B Bt Before leaving the beach or s takge
hken u.dle pool, unless you're wearing your in
n. lu f suit home, aOle it out in. clear yo
w,;. cr; water and roll it in at. towel. out a
S wit atedafrom d ea injur and cut the ftab.' ; ...

trr and When you get home la U s 01aIals g
S areas your suit if it's at all po ed. plae red shelf I
S 0But ld up a good lather of a ( e one
laE % iow uds in warm water aa p of w n one side or.
c 0* slokMig, 31 that through the fabri'. 11A ai4 mented with ur or five gold
d M "o eha ch *are. sof-brush to remove grimy o tars. If the wind is blowing, tape
r'Sgtt of Work with the weae gra the mat to the table with cellulose
'm t A f whi ato.s, the fabric and don't rut ast tape.
al sweetOin o smallwt Itself. or the cent pce, a cake
I, n "al ", asp Waragusss camouflage. ,w as wta drum is flanked
teu? short Ilai"$,a wmu& somt. onee MWell, squense and roil In by plastic cylinders tricked out
,ab pealedadcutinnksIe fitted rocket topsand.you're ready to

frfby ground pepper, herbs and l- eu no vanoe al mku or PLIS~e bowls striped In white
at.Spoon on about a tablespoons the it. ta mr the theme.
p RO .To make the drum casing or1
the cake, double apiece of red
s1helf paper,- it wide enouht to

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S' the per pe and tape bottom. a
""ltop ages for the drum effect.
H6w About 'Delinquents Anonymous

TU Aid Parents Wit Probln Kids? S
*t.-. miuh eed of eeot sh atsight e low Froiaa to e
a n-": ir*.I t1y . .a 1
'-me upo' _the yo9V19 child u:_ohs ow, -ttt t h h ek A
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C, bi ftn H 7nuen Pox children?
)en tried. fli do' work. ,oarent who need
D to thn. '
the problem of delinquencyn a.oL.m .hOd. .
mhed, overwwr'ught woman w tUijt w a Lchild
Beat door iv.'t interested i P a' analysis
se. Her Interestain it Ia ims .Ite and passonate,
AL she's not |oing to serve it UD to anyo0 in ex-a
lik and coffee.
at provide some skilled friend's support In
f l1kt her. We fail her emmoo emerge -
St o sin her tr-st of
Bh 9 t bl to tOmebted
we aure login1 our children. Re
,k it up. Th oidet that they can is oIght Era
a te baois principle of modern treatment. Today
Shua pasona will not listen to our reason with
Shuntvws ny listened to them with understanding.
ort .SeOtat- 4 the Ia.nifcent success, of
iarbouc to temperance lectures every
w roimS with him endlessly. You can
WI M an tell hi wti he drinks and
ttabou Re j to drin ik |
It t bottom off lmft A ent; AlaolI
g gl. g nft, inRliour acoho1
With him.
l is born trust of the later

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York's most
models. .
She iwMot INin a v /5plasade
e .MowM in rich t aes a
ampltIte with a heavy,
rt-li*-bustle bow. Her
I;eak- M i s upright a n d
Xa iethe Jr and the blue of
Sgo0w8 were so mutually comn
m ntary, her smile was so
eio that everyone was again
hed at the beauty of bet
haturity.
Her figure doesn't pretend to
be the bony, small-chested varied
ty of the young models .
This professional tV4 .v4
trick to make the yfmtsast 9.
thirties as beautiful as .oeaU .
But they are tricks anyone cam
use. .
Her gown, was blue,, not black.
ak I-sophisticated looking Oi
f coloring, ubt it dralbe
Color from an older complex.
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husband hi
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a soft, up lff the face halr.lW i
that was flattering sad yot.
Her rouge was applied wit
S-tst care, i a sed It aa i
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To gala who scarcely make five
it's an Er insist On Proving eet,th obe of tall women
Sx -.are none tent. The tall women
are convinced that if they .ould
t re only shave off a half dozen inch.
es, their beauty problems would
be over ,'. -
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.i i -,---. -* ,looking down at your problems
ar rtlell helpi his wife prove him or lokng dit them.
ill it t her e Personsl h a orf
Of. able ) a increase. OOe, only 8 per cent o
gas youa so. I knew t pN ation was over five fW
h I can prove t?" e Now, more t I a
.per cent is.
S..her anything but Good proportion is essential. A
t dI ilFor small satisfaction tall woman can wear almost any
obdfrittao .loves a pan thing that injuQ ipa. 'Naw
opimons, even p him happy and row skirts re very naMomi
S. hui- IL. particularly so if the vertical lin

W wrong.. b uchbdld alhoii&onItal lines.
A.1%01- .or a ile to eid | A0 to beata a woman aaa y
Ss er husband. B e d war what'.
ers you aflpre wrong, and coaugto her face, hair style an
for her I a. to prove t." -Ta women em wear big
-W tm l. mat W tb n tAem be.oa-.g
Re0t g diNfefance igge to *Ytn v A
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young Woma comes into, the op .
flee on Monday morau ginge '
ly holding her blouse away firomniI.I
her i elders. This is the imme-
diatM sgal for everyone to sreet,
her *wth hearty slaps on the sdoul- -
It. Ia not- funny. It's very pain.
(ul. Anf- about million persons -S
a yr suffer from.e serious sun- erw- 'r, e .

Thlslncluks the ag6plzlag cuM-! -
as of $0*ojson Tgt oti tfe mwto-^aI ale et i
r U ltbed.. PM o bY n t.. t
rhaps .' unolciously roU-the
makes pqopl ink tit fungy Mit t fl ,
lk the faet itb its preventable -
and.they usually assushe that the C forting ailr y t
afflioted be a .sishim in altaby se pot -A .rfari rl..
great hurry to gt a good bronze But if he's learninL to a
color and ypasse common sense falls down a lot, dpn't make a
or sun-tea lotion'l her pursuit of fuss Over it-mWacB *km "Whoops
it. -or "boom, boom" will do e
Probably the baekslappers think trick and not. get hi -" used t
sht's- silly and ought to suffer for lots- of a .tin tem in ammos srie.
it. Th answer is that he. alrea-' .....
dy 1. You may teel you hat e pe.
S .. cobma Baby, te%,,t 4..r or
"he shouldn't let it happen a- so, he keeps 0s diaper d-flr-a
lain, If trial sad error.cin teach, while and then .s Jt Ayou
i eaaMset't--iJ" is not come tA.chawigeli..,:IAt" doe,
the sMwer. AsB ta lotion i eaStMthat.dape, r 4 ,iabg, s
Kep in mind that-'sa4 agit prpa Mound th.piper;, at's'a alj.
araiton is as' personal a a p logicacsl -reatot- hn ,boU .
stick- color. What werks dltene ,'"5pred Sake ;k
for a friend may be of no use t t sounds _


As a sam tof the individual. e
ity of sun-tan preparations, there eats them-or throws tem z t
is a new foamy lotion in a pres- floor.

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ardrb 'e ateniv in th fibers. This will k. the
your own? Most menst o lok suit fresher 0ook g and
= forget t fta
home care of suits, or they don'tteb .under the collar dad
know the tricks that will help inside the .nts cutfs to out
their cause along Thats where dirt that seo as in the cv
the smart homemaker shines, .i 14 eIneit from i equI t.
O Beses, o -ca I t the dodr idlas eeciatly if Ur
Utf Suittsl a rtt ra d-'ae h adma. Sunshine- p4d
Drapin a suit on a e hang- bea banish a od or. _
er andthrusting it into a crowd- Check or burn hot, o, _es
ed closet is almost as hard on Its careless about sprinkling
appearance a leaftng it a wri-- from his favorite smoke. .Al
kled heap on the hair. I made holes are easier to have
that mistake once-only on e. ad are les noticeabe ai b
When there see n he than large -ones.
hplouse, Iwete tot.a ought -' .
hangers ab a fi th *Iriok workk t t
of the suit back and to support the dress ilple from JarmnmtA
Weight of heAou el" A i as wenanpe ants.
.. ..- .. '" -. ,teh the metal teeth oi t
Now, wBen I hang up ults, I with caedle wax. a gil e
smooth dpwn-the jAlsn make slide fastener baek ad
sure pocket flaps al straight. Of course. to look Its t, u
Leave a couple of inches ore suit should L t correctly; 'our
and aft to allow air to circulate husband may be fortusnta u
and, courage wrinkles to hand to st into a ready a M
out- .'-. s him cofn"ta M nd
Slip a friendly hand nto all the soothly without major t.w-
rocketse of suit. pull out all tons.. .
?rite aiff--lmi Senge, ateches, If he has figure pro mlm _
key rings, pencils, pamphlets, complains abputtg h Aw
slips of paper. This Is risky busi- armseyes fi:t bind or p nI *t
ness, I know. ut stuffed pockets sag, you might gaId a
bulg tbe-Jnes a slj sdi tt sutt suf made &
u3 eakd' 0.4 h-ke ameasurements.e
uOtbt ts in not only un
'way. Sort out te tht be a ns wear.
returned to pockets on the n e x t iade-to-measure suits can be
wearing. Put the rest in a box or outitte4 with such dtils as ,.
up for the sup of paper that had from rowing out when he ese,
the motor serial numerr on it or a hidden pocket lithe walh
fo te brochure o awn mowers, for folding money ..,

Us N vaeun alafar upboI#u. ifrqt4 s.wprle iftB
stery attachment bccasionally to rom Wear tn 4 tOI-





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At the other extreme are the
bleds whose young are born nak-
l i anach, tal
to 94 me7M S o. to
W Ith yaleableS fend
ds athey build ela-
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J -Oweu tl heyouMg birds
pue hicl a tre e which U-
79&- smooth bark and is
Searing d from its neighbors so
-.t opedolasa ot reach the

Ball-horn Acacia
'Then because they must stand
-gl* tofeting of the trade winds
-Ad hold together for several
weeks Uag0 teI yeaag birds fly.
Ats e arelte ar a hang- inguosed
pfeuh *Which isa marvel ofY
*waving kiUl.
Otopendelasi incidentally. are
f "lSe oriole famWly and ae a t
glirly early b, the dry season.
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Sbuilds similar colo-
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bros.ft a howtd me
t within an
of his
Onge .t#- G* tea-drop
shaped u | q-tr hole in
Al o ow r Veo nearbyel

ft maa flyeatchet the
o__.b^i'E hm the fe
on a awwa ope" cap..est.
A yeUlow gren Vireo, nearby
also had-bu an 6N sup.
It is interesting to speculate
Qa at factors in the evolution
ords, all prefer-
ring the fta-habitat, caused
them to e .li .tlype of nest
they use.
.Soe birdiei rey-on animals or
inSects n provide them a nest
oar funr-jwprotectio fOr it.
Abandoned termite 'nests, for
example, are a favorite home-
site for many birds, including the
little Orange-Chinned or To v i
Parakeet which is so common
here.
But one of the most interest-
Ing examples of nest-site selec-.
tion is that of the Rtifous-and-
White Wren, a bird common in
open brushy country, seldom
seen but often heard singing its
remarkaby musical song.
This wren habitually nests in
the shrubhl plant .known as
the Bulibon Acacia because of
its thorn.-fotnd always in pairs
-which look exactly like minia-
ture bUll horns.
These thorns make fine souve.
nirs but aren't very often collect-
ed as such, for a good and suf-
ficient reason,
Fire Ants
Touch a branch of the Bull-
horn Acacia and you are instant-
ly attacked by a horde of vi-
cious, ill-tempered, biting, sting-
ing ants of the genus Pseudo-
myrma -appropriately named
"Fire-Ants."
These ants are always found
on the Acacia, making their
homes in the hollowed-out thorns
ond living .off the sweet sa p
which is found on the new leaves
of the plant. i
The Ruftounsd-White W r e n
-aaeruathI Itasr-,me to. terms
aggwithe fist *nWttfltr itilds .a


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dieste that three of five a
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llinoisl bway division said.driv-
Ing too Test. for endifons led. the
causes t 19S4 traffic- accidents n
the state.
this state& .
The division analyzed 23,94 m!s-
hps involving 4,276 drivers. Its
report showed motorists traveled
29,20,00,4p vehicle miles on 1111-
nois roads in 195, a one per cent
increase over 1 -M. ,
The report also showed that:
Drivers 25 to 34 year old led all
other age brackets involved in
accid6nht.
Male4 rivers Involved hn smash-
ups outnumbered women 8 to 1.
ore than half of the drivers
who figured in asecdents were
violating one of 17 "safe driving"
rules.
Its neat in the-Acacia whenever
it 'can.
In the area of Fort Clayton I
have found, eight-sch nests in
Acaelas, ald have> noted the
wren testin g doly once in anoth-
er tree, this being a thorny Jlow
palm.
The wren builds a nest of
grades -fibers, closed over and
with a long tunnel-like entrance.
The nest is shaped line an in-
verted meerschaum pipe, Usual-
ly they are easy to see in the
caeia, for this is a plant of the
open places and it is not heavi-
ly-leafed.
And the wrens obviously don't
care a hoot that their nest is in
plain view-thorns and ants pro-
vide protection enough.
If you should see a nest in an
open bush, about six to ten feet
up, take a look.
It may be that of the Rufous.
and-White Wren in the fire-ants
favorite tree.
A good dose look is well
worth while, but watch your
nose, for those fire ants are no
respecters of seieaidfl..i mlded
humanal
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FOR SALE: 1950 Chavolet
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1949 Chevrolet four-dew So-
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1950 OMdsmobile four-deer Se-
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Sedan Deluxe, ood ree, now
point' lob. Excellent condition.
largein for only $700. Phone
Col 230. ask for Plermon.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
dusinese Coupe, good rubber,
paint practically new. upholclery
new. Ideal transportation. Priced
r t I1. Ony_ $600. SMOOT &
SCct I 1Cr, I.A..h 60on0.

FOR SALI: 192 Chevrolet
Deluxe Sedan. excellent condi-
flon, now pplat lob. New. tire.
ODnly 995. SMOOT & HUNNI-
CUTT, S.A., Phone 800, Colon.
FOR SALis-1953 Dodge four.
dear Sedan. low mileage, good
timr, new point iob. Bargain for
*nly 51090. SMOOT f HUNNI-
CUTT, S.A., Phone 800. Colon.
FOR $ ALt:-l0 Peck.rd Se-
dan in excellent condition. Tirs
good, law mlleogo, priced to ell.
Mut be men to be appreciated.
Onlv $500. SMOOT & HUNP4NI-
CUTT, S.A., Phone 800. Colon.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaoker
Sednette., good transportation,
t. 'l good. bargain for only $175.
SMOOT &r HUNNICUTT, S.A.,
thono 100. Colon.


FOR SALIk-A1950 Cadillac black
four-deer seden with all the ex-
trust hydremnitic transmission.
hydraulle wadow lifts. direction-
el lights, back- up lights. etc.
Geod paint, geod tires. Cer in
excellent condition. Will trade
for elder model coa in good con-
dition. If ye are one of the
person that Would like to got a
good Cadillac worth the money,
cell 3-5.328 r appointment.
FOR AM -bichk Super con-
vToo. 4 de, automatic gear.
bln p ef_ thes, all in. good
o. Wlpi ~ot uIe t NeveSodees
Coeia the di*ie with the
tI k- its, CaG rel Avenue
No,. IM-35k.
FOR SAUrL-t' 54 Plymauth 4-
door bhihl /w tire. Less
than 10.r : miKes. Ceoh or
trade fr uem'otal sh sea 86-
42159. ,
FOR SALE: -# 52. Cry. ar
upbilatery. dulu 4 .


FOR SALE OR TRAP
M.G. T.D. coii -
condition $900. Gefi ie
FOR SALE:-1940 Ford "
Very good ,"l-ela. $200 ,
Blbion 2-3550..
FOR SALE: 1953 Ch
Sedon. w/w tires, neow seat "
on. mannul shift. $1100; fom.
ily sise rafrigerodp r I Weing-
horea) $76. 0592-A lepayo,
Phone 2.4336.

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FOR SALE:--..7Eti,.
Mnst Conditik lf A
metel had -lt u 'RI ars
$25. Call 2-2676. -.. -
FOR SALtI' ggas
stove in. -
most now. R. In.
quire t 44lr .37.T,
Apt. "K. -
FOR Sfl e 'bomboo
choirs, -ot slOie match
(complete $25.
Houn 1191 PrfOp Dia-
blo .

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biO, I Sd7 :aMt94- 1,
Tavermillo, Phone 2-
3 6 5S 1 .:. .
FOR SALI-,-4jft~i.f room
met, 4 choi I&, Telfono
6271 Cwund.".'


FOR SALI:.-4p1 ning rgm
set, 4 chain $05, pie ,i .
CuruqdY. "


WANTED
Houses.
WANTED TO RINT:-3 or 4-
bedroom chalet, good rent. Tol-
phone 3-5608.

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LESSONS
VIOLINIST, formerly prolesor
Cleveland Institut of Mloic.
will accept bgiandr and shi
vancea students. Phone 3-0272
Panamr.


The first motion pictures ever made of Weat Point'a
famous cadet chapel can be seen tomorrow at the '"LUX
Theatre in Columbia Pictures' spectacular John Ford pro-
duction, "The Long Orp.y Line," starring Tyrone Powet ar*id
Maureen O'Hara in Canemalcope and color by Technicolor.
Also starred are RoLert Francis, Donald Crisp, Ward aond,
Betsy Palmer and Phi! Carey. Because of the difficulty .o
lighting the building, no successful attempt had ever be-'
fore been made to film the interior, and Pentagon photo-
graphers took advantage of Columbia's lighting arrange-
ments to make the government's first film of th-Atruc-
ture. Mdvt.


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IOR RENTt-Lg 2l4drem
furnished ptiin, Tina Ave-
nue. Panama 2- 15 between S
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FOR RIENTi- ImfeMtable -m.
furnihed 2-bodi m "e st,
peh., dln(ig-IIvu| grm, kIth-
eo. hot water, id's am, --
rqe. 44th Ste pNo. 17, SOU-
SAMEU LDIN 4pplV Apemtment
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Fme, e* INTi-lIeh drom *ort
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-omee. bet wter- Phom 1n279.


FOR RINT: -3-bed-k em fur-
Snbihd speetmegt t ilg rm,
4 bothroem, let ad r
Ain 40h rosetNoe 45. 4 -
0979 or 2-147!7.
FOR RENT.-Ipdepedent one-
bedroom operftnt. Joe do Fa-
brege Ave. e. 12 (Peadem l.


FOR RINT:--Spplous, cel. ell
sIcrenI twe.o- em, two-both
opa*tine. aa. meldos om
and service. nmpew Algre,.
Paname 5-0873.


FOI RENT:-- urqiled epart-
mt. 13th Stret a I. Via
Porres. Phone 3-2457.


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FOR RENT
House
FOR mRNT 2bedroom fhr-
lwed ele, i Mms riom. Jose
do FeobrA An, No. 12 Pm-
donal.
FOR RINT:- -eauIfel Chelde
with aeollo grond. 3 bhad-
mem 2 bathi loqge living -mm
end diingil s Iwh bmed
saolog. ktmom. brekhe noek
and parade dudy on paved ps-
tiNe Ht water. Celeric tove, 2-
car gorage and gardener. Fifteen
aeidh aPnl: Paame. ROa-
eneow. For ippeltment.: hae"
8745.


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FOR RENT.- osy modem throw together by -. the cci.
pertments, two, bedreems .e.e o. t war.
phtel fumh*. 45th l9 St..,
Np 22-18 4MAN OF THE WEST by Philip
.. Yordan (Simon and Schuater) is a
I superior western, dedicated to the
S. timeless, principle that peace Is a
I privilege o the -troa.


.to quit. He was despised by bh.i
By UNITED Eneihbors-and his own son-even
By UNITED PRESS when he tried to help them against
sd .a.. predatory cattleman who threat-
.isy dirstaind g of the Ccapac- ned to devastate their rich litle
ity of available weapons ham.-laly
pered the Allid war eort in I
World Ware I ld I, and Lt. Co0l.
F. O Miksa&e, European mll.I
tary expert o some standing, -
ears the "new look" strategy IIA
dieates the ex tence o compar-
able mitle ons which m it I E FAI
prove atalto t-e west in a tmkffmj in i'I
conliet. ilill11 iiir AiI
"At present, the Western powF
era are basing their strategy on
bombs that ar too btig and oa ? TEoLlW R II
armies that are too small, where..
as the fast h.s both at its di-, We Feure Dr. 5,1. l
posal-the bfl*ombs a swell as;__ ,..
the bi armie. ." Col. Milsche* FOOT COMF O SIRVICI
says in his 4lajst book, ATOMIC 1!
WEAPONS AND ARMIES Doa.t waft sUn ishem ao ble
(Praeger). becomes acae as ; give your
"The general pattern o the fe1 tMhe aeado t deserve
forces we require is almost the o N WCp.m in fNWr -a
posite o the 'new look' strategy." _ome -.- a
About hal o Col. Miksche's FREE FOOT TEST
book is devoted to a review ot he ledi .m.r leiric
tactical lesson o the irst two narns Sehols aedo
world conEets (with a nod to K6- iati j.p-. a
rea). The rest i devoted to his *._..I m, ,M
views at the pfbabilitles o atom. R ?MT t
le war and the- do units likely Redaing Treagments
to be needed t light one. (National Orthopedle)
Col. Mikoehl opinions some- Juoto AkeOemee Ave. No. as
times parallel current U. S. mill- Te.... .
tr ( ex roed in the MaLs ia _opetors
sedi-oicial A MI WEAPONS
IN LAND CO T, by Col. GJ G .
Rein laa n t; CQ. W. .
Kiutner) andj.i a e div
widely rom c L U 30c.
His atemmtecor,
ulation, bt t oa i
iat two-warslE TODAy' 3:65.5:0
documented eeA- A 7-0 7 55 pa.
ly wri _e most er-sona .. 2.
military ritiq The k is di- The Most Ruthliss
rected specli .l at the soldier
bt the eaderwill W EDWARD
much e t, a in it-espeelally
-e he is sub ct to call In case 0 nrni t
a new r hlict ... G. ROBINSON
There were ore than12,o, 00 of all time!
moeriea in u;. orm when World
ar 11 was at Its height. The di
varsity o their expernce is re-
lected by the variety o the books
they have writ wieh in some IN ALL
cm dier ad Widely it is dd. *-I g
ct to believe the authors are FURY!!
writi bout t*e same general
C P*ANY (Little
towIs) Lomui Colemma contrib. i
es ni ded to the b picture l g
a n sto riesabogt
jo"a menf o the "Ui s
Nelly .era" attack trani-
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teld memo w private both
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home. KKithon foeiato e*vil.
el--. Phwn 3.2147., evl.
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morrow at the hUX'l .Theatre. Also .starred are Robert
Francis Donald Crisp, Ward Bond, Betsy Palmer'and Phil
*-Garey. 4Te film is based on Sergeant Marty Maher's auto-
biography, "Bringing Up the ." Alrdost entirely film-
ed at West Point, "The LjFI4e" is the story of Ser-
geant Maher'a experieu .'4_t tlba.'. emy as athletic
trainer and friend to totomsn, jf, _.t. The colorful
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Umle i UMdten a- SlIt Wagner and fleetveB and Mouart
band." man Bach ant Ibutsyf'id the
In a lfatorleal lene,. the -1eP. rest, but somewie in the room
formance of band music is probab at small tab psibl, with
ly America's earliest cultural ex- Victor Herbert, Shan ua uss
perience. Records here show that, and Leo Delibes..,
in the 1630's, a period that could
be called contemporary with "Perhaps somi disapprove in g
Shalespeare, -. JQur-piec* band shade -a emall-tln & apellmel
gave a concert every Saturday ao er, probably mit comply a in:
ternoon at. -in n I n .Ii 0 'who got him tiT!.
New A tl ie, "The answer ill be 'the.
loni a tatf ila1 marching men. Ti mea who had
bcawe rk.t to go long miles, an empty bel-i
ITho sef d it.r tell t ly, under a hot au or through a
es,. who d (e rWnll, driving rain. The made us take
fgtl, violin .drua, "we him in. They sald e made things'
rfelirglUers Ithe thousands of easier for them.'
Ipily-.nitob ; well-discipll e d N
ntarching. and concert bands that Nowadays, fortwtly, the need
Inw play throughout the land. for martial music n America is
There is scarcely t..high seloo0 less important. Bul te vision and
ot university that does not have at energy of men i Sousa, Gil-
le st one band to represent it at more. Pryor, Co y and Gold-
atletic contests, parades and man has helped make music
community gatherings; and the one of American'q iveliest arts.
custom of municipal biads, which
slackened off for a while, now .
ssems to be coming back In t BIRTHDAY .WINS
..."Many '"industrial band&" too; WEYMOUTH, Mus. (UP) -
IMwve be.i. formed in recent.years. ".... wn,1ni Carsc Jr., received
kganized primarily by plant ex- Just what she waed for her 35tb
edutuves to spread good will a-. u4wiay, but she days she'll be
among employes and customers just as happy it .tere is not aI
these industrial bands ahve be- repeat next year Mrs. Carson
come centers of community prid gave birth to twiansons.
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FUNERARIA NACIONAL
"THE PALACE Of UNDERTAKING SE*ICE"
The- nost modern equipment
West 16th Street No. 13A20 PhOne *1473


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t' .. causee our service is superior!
r.. -'*.L I Promptness
S l Attention
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tXPAY. with f6outstandin.g siltey lent Whection of musicians who and of lt r ta Oten
..Z ..arep t .ws is t e cotl.b ..t be counted en from, one extpadsn
;A paw/Nvy., Air B neetalthaesay to the next. BemidesIr art were
c.ianMt i Goleman's dreaoi was,-to have a number of rV-a
.,Go..ma.n. n, w -, 7 j7". -41an. establashd, msughtaftt band and .as W ..
k tb a .as rout'. 66 9!. that could play as well a the rbeit lg. ogtUKh
S oWthe In orchestras atn which would hive ree4Zx
.B prod.'tte r ^ Afi at l a s a reofIytsowf. c, Is 'dtcn i g
eft w to-IlP T "wft ,w ary so ning ".yond mates o e .-feq
i e a testihe decided to leave the dbli-pea arrangements or cbni so-
ai f-il.eInOI r 'toa. o -c', w.e_ Ios that. were staWiard fare. One-was.r Po k GBl(arte, A.
'i&c .F a art he wa ,ol t ut ar A o i the utdoo r. ;we. mea its's first ba.Idmaster,
i _- eaf these Tosca.ie d 1- devote bui lttol Thus, to Goldman goes most who cl ue to "'rop'his Pa-
c." cert. 'formhik ithebesTeo rs land of the credit or ralaing the level tive Ireland in He is best
unpretetiouso me.po ssibe .. of concert band music. For years remembered his, grand o se
". i by Masitre Toacsalai did oali re- he sought uotireingly to get the "-Peace Jubilee.. 16i' after the
( V a'C byY lsh ami lisof 4e of lbs beat composers to write music for end of the an Civil War,
hfolkod .,seems to bea best brave' wlrWe%1=uI his his kind of band His first letters and'in 1972, fl hg Franco
iSts, paesance t season I "brave" ecouraed Goldman to prominent composers were re- Prissian war. these monster
_'fl -I ..l .iv.n.t a i e ahead. Po veral, gminters, ated as a joke. One of the few I festivals he us a band. of 1,300
I. -,otathfa ethe .e y ou arneti- bad led a ,who did reply was Jean Sibelius men and two c uses, one of 5,-
fro e. r IlaSteUitug. teleI bad which gae weediycon- ]who pleaded 'lamiiarly w ith 000 school c n, the other of
vis, ll and h-fi" record. cerW on-the guee at Columbia band music but suggest th his 10,000 adult bh
ii .adsrUdiv.: ity. -,"K arel suite be, trauscri ed. I
, is week, in besutiful Central College Students, Strollers and Th41 s now ens othe favorites of Tri of Glm 'msicip'ns, Pa-
4dmrR 4 Piafo.GdIldman-lifts toirits- for that spot on l ,th Goldman's intensely loyal-u 4 i-trick Conway a lrthur Fryor,
h1. ape,, the 8f t h 1 anual Street was practically out in the ence. also went on become great
e Awo etimo bnd: w h suburbs in 190-- would fill-the banimasters,. the reay tow.
has' rome .a.beloved American benches dr loll on thre grass ms icate yw.the goal of getting 'esing. figure in merit, band
ins onm. O of America's most, they listened. The band. w e o r full repertory o serious musi was annuals is Ti March. King,"
famous concert bands, it. is an a competent, was a haphazard, trn- been dedicated to- some 70 c ompos d os Jo w i. t is a r are
have been dedicated to the goo dband anywhere I -the world to-day
-.. musical doctor, and world-f mous that does not ae at least a half-
...- ,..". Composers such as Pbry Graing. dozen Soupa me s i lin music
er Darius Milhaud, DhitrT'iShoS-[librraryHe..w s Icml pos-e
,o taovich Aaron Copland ord. Mor.-er whose works, in addition to
t ton Gould have Writte seletdlons more than 100 I rhes. IncIdde
especially for the GOldman bd. songs suites, hestr music
"As a matter o6 f drtct"r old and )on operas, least five of;
rmally Os .ted.y, "ihebind has wbid wete big dss6a in their
treaty triumphed. Oreniestras', are day. '* d
playing band transcritions. One "
p ad t i or, Wh o -, .-
exip i si e was bi ht ho to W.41 on,
which comm issioped his birthpaee, lay i state
Another noint of pride to the in the b ,droo the Marine
white-haire& maestro is th excel-i athae baowr e ia ,Marine
lenfit trainitung m l that hisgroup eer be ther ae of m i 13.
providds. W ow 'o i HerwaS burled S Cougression
-can bandsweta through his early -Ce tery, i Oal-rom tn-
book.- "The Foundation 'to Cor a- Cemetery, u the
net Playing" and "Band Better-: Capitol.
meant" among others -- Goldman "Wherever be as gone," com-:
still considers himself a teacher posere and muslogist' Dems I
as much as a condtictor although Taylor wrote, at t."time, :"I n M
he has long since given up prv- sure he has foa a welcome.
ate instruction. There is a dining A' the Ely.
"Wherever oua se a sympho. alan fields mar grade A con.-
Sny orchestes,' Dr. GoldaLa osers only. If yu could look n i


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Brown Gold, the amazing story
of coffee, by a Colombian ex-
por= e who grew up on a coffee
inca, Is amonj the books re-
leased for circulation this weqk
by the Panam aCanal Library.
The author of the book Is An-
dres-Uribe C., of Bogota, Colom.
bia's permanent delegate to the
Pan-American Coffee Bureau
and the- official representative
In the United States since 1948
of the. National Fed4ratlon of
Coffee Growersr of Colombia.
Uribe's book describes the ori-
gin of coffe,' its benefits, its
role in manners, morals and pol-
itics, and its status in inter-A.
merican relations.
The book. a)lo Includes a
number of tasLv recipes for cof-
fee delicacies in addition to a
foreword by David E. Lilenthal
and is illustrated with 32 photo- I
graphs.
The complete list of books
placed In circulation this week
follows:
Brown Gold: the amazin asto-
ry of coffee. Uribe: A Train of
Powder (six essays on present
day trils i. West; Scotland Yard.
(Reminiscences of a former
Commissioner of the London
Metropolitan Police). S cott;:
tat, Think and Be Blender,
Hawthorne: Kotktn; Make it for
Baby. Warren: Best Cartoons of
'the Year, 1954. The Day Lincoln
was Shot. (The complete record
of the dramatic events which
occurred between 7 a.m. April t4
and 7 a.m. April 15. 18051: Bish-
on: Admiral 'Kimmel's story,
Kimmel.
Fiction: Some Love. Some
Hunger, Lives of two young
people In the New York slums),
Brand; My Lord Essex. iA novel
about Eliabeth II, Eckerson;
The Gadget Maker. (The life
and caies of an aeronautical en-
gineer). Griffith; The Perfec-


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DuUies (right) and Soviet- Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov stroll
through the grounds of the estate in San Francisco where the
Rusalan delegation Ist ing during the 10th anniversary ol
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,V. AND MRS. PHILIP T. BROWN leave the chapel at Fort Wil-
an D. Davis through the traditional saber arch following their
marriage there last week. 2nd Lt. Brown is a member of the
764th AAA Bn at Fort Davis.

IT. GULICK OFFICERS CLUB PLANS
INDEPENDENCE DAY DANCE TONIGHT
In celebration of Independence Day, a formal dance will
be held at the Fort Gulick Officers' Club this evening for all
foert GOliek officers, their wives and guests.
Attending the dance as the guests of the USARCARIB
School, Fort Gulick. will be Latin American officers who are
presently enrolled at the school.

[praguay's Minister the Treasury and acting Minis-
l Beat Tonight ter of Foreign Relations and
The Foreign Minister of Uru- Mrs. Alfredo Aleman.
Iasy and Mrs. Santiago Rompa-
t have been the inspiration for Yesterday the Alemans were
several gatherings since their hosts at a reception honoring
arrival. the visiting Uruguayan states-
man and his wife.
Tonight they will be in the
le of hosts at a reception to be In the afternoon, Dr. Rompa-
at 9 at the Uruguayan em- ni conferred with I a t h ian
In honor of Minister of newsmen at a press conference.
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s 0600 d 0 m. ra i inmr a news
at I SosU Clark.
,-._ For years the Chicago Tempte_ t
t a e Ci Wet Washington, which banes
Strangers Club the First Methodist Church, Wir
Disner t lat erthe only chtreh owned woirilp
the t al m .er. center in the Loop.
CA et v Colo-is
r e the t8 ng- West Palm Beach with
ers club on of the ade- Atr .
pendence D otf the iated. .
-tates of Amnetha. Colors ffi- Authdr John Minter wni
il and CanalSone leaders will Autograph BooJs On Frf4dy
a attend the affair. The Canal Zone chapt I
the League of American Pen
Miss Farrell Weds Women. Is sponsoring an auto-
Lt.LL Philip Brown gq hlng party for the distin-
Miss Janice Farrell of Clarks- $.u1ed American author John
burg, West Virginia and 2nd Lt. aitr Minter, author of "The
Philip T. Brown of Westfield, Chagres,' from 7 until 10 p.m.
N.J., were marrfld last Satur- on, Friday. Light refreshment
day afternoon at the Fort Wil- W b erved -
liam D. Davis P0t Chapql .by M. Mnter W Interesting vol-
Chaplain (Capt.) Ralph Arms. uMie on the mst famous water-
The bride was given away in way of the Isthmus is one of the
marriage by Lt. Col. C. T. Rvers of America" series to
Marsh, Jr., Fort Davis command- which various authors have con-
ing officer tribute volumes from time to
The gr Roam's sister, lass Ells-g t i, M i
abeth Brown, was d of hon- Durig theevening, m. Min-
or, and Lt. Jack Steinger the ter will speak and will auto-
beat man. graph his book for those who
Ushers were four of t h e have copies .
groom's fellow officers In the All friend .s of the Pen Women
764th AAA Battalin-.-lst Lt and other* Interested In r.
Chrslatoher P. Sohlachter, 1st Minter's o are invited to Ie
Lt. Richard P. Keating, 2nd LL party it Tivoli Guest House.
Ronald C. Godwin and 2nd Lt. M. -
Douglas R. Farr .Mr. and Mra Lsats
ougla arr. Entertalinag for
The couple passed through Rlohjhrd Mahopeys
the traditional arch of sabers as MtW.aa L ry Robert 0. Laett
they left the Chapel, of Crpton Street, Balboa, tre
A reception at the Fort Davis entertaining tomorrow at a
Officers Club followed the cere- small supper honoring Mr. and
mony. Mrs. Richard G. Mahoney who
The bride is a graduate of art leaving soon with their
William and Mary College, where young daughter and son for a
she was elected to Phi Beta vacation in the States.
Kappa, president of PI Kappa The Mahoneys wvi depart the
Alpha fraternity and stunt lmKdie %idis mntth, stopping
aid to the president of the col- Ilst at lSvansfb a vialst with
lege. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wells,
--- former residents of Panama Cl-
Downey-BrysAt ty. They will proceed to Miami
Engagement Announced where Mr. Mahoney, w'ho has
An October wedding is plan- an exceptional collection of or-
ned by Patricia Grace Downey chids, will confer with collec-
and Morris Edward Br y ant torA .
whose engagement is announced Swlr.fng nor. the frimU l
by her parents. Mr.i 4gd Mnd. vilit s t et 1 n North dot,
Charles fi. Downey, 210 Tamria. the rer he IstHmus d
ml Canal Road, Miami, Florida. way of Mexico sr4 Guatemala.
The future -bridegroom is the -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Club Campestre Visitors
Bryant, Millport, Ala. Recent visitors at Club Cam-
The bride-elect graduated pestre included Mrs. Cecilia
from Balboa High School in Lewis, Mrs. Affeaton and son,
1953. She Is a member of the Mr. and Mrs. Neville Frain, Wr.
Order of Rainbow for Girls and and Mrs. Cummings, Mr. and
formerly resided in Curundu, Mrs. Bruce Chance, Mr. and
Her fiance, a graduate of Mill- MrS. Davey and Mr. Carl Stein.


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MIAMI or JAMAICA
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MEETINGS I 1701BAC
... .... : release tnr.w 4th
3 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE AMERICAN '-Aa
'HE CELEBRATION OF THE 4th. OF JULY,
GLORIOUS INDEPENDENCE DAY. *

DA "SAN ANTONIO" 1lEisennower
DING HOUSE located at Campana Heights
an hour away from the city) At Dixon-V I
Panama, July 3, 1955.


Fdlter g Philip)!
thlip'a life Il iled with bruises.
Fell-worn ste an" d rugs he ases.

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out the funds e but it went
along with r t by Senate
Democratic Lea Lxndon
Johnson to tie "s to 6 mu-
lion dollars earni for the4
power li .:.. .ne -.
This me'- eyprovided in
the Tenneisse valley Author
budget to link Dixon-Y
project to the TVA m wly
be spent if Memphis. def ly
moves to supply its o owner in
the next three months. "
Officials of the Tennessee city,
which now uses TVA power, haiv
said they intend to build a am
cipal power plant regardlls o.
Whether the ixon-Yates plant is
constructed across the Mississippi
River in Arkansas.
President Eisenhower unexpect.
edly ordered Budget Bureau offi.
cials Thursday night to take a
"new look" at the need-for the
Dixon.Yates plant in view of the
city's plans to quit using TVA
power.
Johnson said it is difficult to see
how his "can mean anything oth.


LIVER TONIC
Sa ly lver ca-ser You to
suffer from Indigestion, gas, ben-
burn, constipation, hbehaftes, bad
breath, dlizziness, blousness and
skin blemishes, set HIGALON
from your chemist today.
HIGALON is a real tonic to the
liver and Intestines. Get HIALON'
today and feel bqttr tomorrow.


BIG DOINGS THIS WEEKEND!...

plan now to enjoy Independence Day weekend
entertainment at El Panama!


.ONITE and TOMORROW NITE Dances in die Patio! *
'out-of-doors dancing from 9 p.m. featuring

f special 45-min. presentation of a BIG-NAME BAND!


LA SONORA MATANCERA. Their Latin rhythms
have made them the most sought-after band!
with singer CELIA CRUZ and CAITO, LAITO A YEYITO.


ARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
S will play for dancing the rest of the evening.
(In case of rain, party will move indoors).
entrance $1.-per person-Call Max, 3-1B60, for table reservations.
(Dlner will be served in the Bella Vista Room-Azcarraga at the organ).


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cry popular breakfast-lunch menu with complimentary co@taI,-a real
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,ay out of a
Edgar one of the
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"valki and
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S-e.31$ ; rd rd (R & N.H.)
said the ated a mo.
tion by 8pwf-.I (D-AIa.)
to eliminate UttliYates funada
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vote on th.
Bridge" s.a Republican
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IRf JOe L. v IffiD Ton.)
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tSen.Cs F.v- r Don (D..
N. said that "If\thge'overnment
Ihad tJi spi...it Dud get out
oft a qntr fl- Iutn cost and
let these, oplj.hrplanted their
people: arInd M d out that isn't
the Wty-'to 40I siness in Wash.
ingto ...
Se. Qil 01 J ston (D S. C.)
said "'iey -were- ling as they
went along!' in 8 Teapot Dome
scqadal of the I but that the
Dixon Pa was "a pro-
mIi ttA future teal."
eaon Spar an (DA Ia.)
sai the raw- is beco-



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in wti m. o wIat the Pre.a.
thing at smelly ..ced toany e.
!e#w. Some ai able under-


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ri H tghes wart out partnership "

tAEC, goito se TVA buand Atty. Gen. er-
development easl thenext we k er
and power resources.
The Whra te Houseit. rted that
nudert D ow to go owl cand R.
Hugbe trted workon the re-
view last tght immediately after
it was ordered. .
Hughes will cMUiKt with thea
ARC, the.TVA and Atty. Gen. Her-
Sbert DwneR Jr.., over the hoUI
day- weehbnd.
Hughes expects to report rto the
President easty next weeusk a
whether to cancel the Dies-Yate*
contract. the White House said
One of the things Hughes nut
consider i how to g s nout can-
celing the prjectif such actionUP)
is deemed ad-isatle. a
A spokesman l aid the Budget
Bureau had no Idea what it would
cost the government to wirhdraW.
The contrat coatans cancella-
tion provisinsibut they o uId
become operatrO only if there
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tdl4 sn .ub "tisc for Incluhlon Ito t
Spl n *should submit d "typ.
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A bls muimbers listed daily In "So.
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y h and- the office., Natirm o
111 etuip amot be accepted by te.-
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Mtels Thurelny
The St. Jbseph's Alumni A's
ciation will h6ld and importa
business on Thursday. at the F
BuEr' Memorial -Cneter.
A .election of officers will tal
p Qe Meetint
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sfoh 'Stalm CClub.-will
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1,:xecutive board of tV
.. r Cub w hold
Son-_ meeting e at the home
Mrs. Howell Wynne in Marga
its on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
II .So 8ejourners Meeting
The Solourners will foregath
on Tuesday evening at the I
Oulick Officers Club.
LON DAVIC Cocktail will start at 6:30 p.
followed by food at about 7:1!
Curunda Club
Meeto Wedaeslay
The Cutrundu Woman'% Cl
will bold a special meeting
Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Coi
S. m ity Building.
pt l. fr Tubbs, Pot ioi
dir of ort o*yton lWte
on C"Mil Defense.
Coffee and refreshment w
S be served. :

Foed Scoff Gt6

All The Weather
Fort Scott Gets A 'lhe Weat
FORT SCOTT, Kan. (UP)
Just call Fort Scott "Weath
town." In a little over a year-
A tornado I*a Ma, 195! whip;
through nearby t land, ama
ing barns and killing livestock
Same month the Marmaton R
er fooded,. rutaing.-rhir bott
erops. Some said the town was
wettest in the country.
Then the drought set in. By l
Junt fatmers:iMd to haul wa
for the stock. By July the m
cury rose to 120 degrees on s
9 ceasive.days. For five July do
Fort Scott was .the nation's .hot
195. town.
B I Dqcember came snow, 27 in
es of It was ie teaviesu4-hc
sapmwe"flrF l Kansas weather 1

eNdCa Ica May arrived, again, and witt
rain. Jutunder four Iches fel
four hours May 11. Latar in
month P0 hours produced i
S w c I 8 iaal.7Te"' don) w
fancu* I(L wuiCh B of TJule peppered Fort Scott
the worst haUlstorm in 56 year
""Maybe r'm a jintx," said sic
4tatiJ*il 't p- n. Oat of the
.1 Force, where he was a meteor
// ,* / 8 nist,- he accepted the partt-
their idm work of zeret FOtt Seott c
"A toawtlo, flood, drought,h
snow, rain and hail," said Sta
toea. "Wht's left lor weat


SRiman, th. .. c
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Suard and out popped a dirty but
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LL-When it comes to erazy Reconstruction of the tour andi.
least, that's whIt Charter 115 cated that the dog. must have
ib of America believe*. Mr. la nd inlde the MNmet of the
wears "Picnickidng With. My old~ hioned furni. stumbled JOLL.A- tt4 Aft of t
to nobody's surprise won Arst ar it, fallUen in the cold ahir prSt for t- Pa, ParspKaa., was
Houston. The contet was, re and crawled *long it. s he.r "aaterwniltya*a" a i et hat htd hal
ofs raising funds r youth atelythe g burner, with around the i 'park mot'~ winter .avin a ld 1q
oob :etoit 65 degrees,e je feline fafiny is 1 7, who ,live anerby the)-
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| of the United Sates of America


To reflect on your heritage, ol
soI the wonderful present, and the "'
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exciting vita of the future nmakes .
ke
the 4th of July a truly glorious 1 7

e day!1776 1955
be WE SALUTE THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
id ON THE
GLORIOUS FOURTH


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but ae.di.-T e a ilr Changes also.
rnatr mlrt, Xde at the production W
dg ,ceM diector of .ll anumber of year,
Wia AAil.ture.e D.pa.r .Wes have seen a
said farmers now seem to fwer but bigger dairy d
* that '-dvertising dairy farms in Wisconsin. The
cti is pPat of their job. se of this, statisticias-
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cts' MeD ..-said.. iThe n prices. But the change sp-
aisls has I from Just -port prices gave the trend other
I about i *cteal point. I boot, causing small diiry who C. L ,T_
le promotiofl .couldn't absorb a cut in einome to In 0
et means a er start raising hogs, cattle ow eorn. Do. thef
h mba talons. and Some, of course, quit a<afitber. Doors" i f *
Cieright intoIl Those who stayed with ayig t$rsnc s'so tt
ei flk butter turned first to the most obvious around thel f
fS i ar cry from way of keeping up their income. tild. the iaq
We wit eI ymen seemed They merely increased their prd.
Ate SOUsll their prod- duction, a4d from April of 1954,
was to's 'try to pre- when the cut in parity started, un.
of a utes." til February of this year, milk
erts 1.w farmers for poured out of Wisconsin farms at
they ii %g the battle a record rate.
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of a cut in price supports completely, but their efforts re-
90 to 75, per cent last year; suited in a drop of only 7.3 per
he producers really went to cent in income received from milk
while the price of milk dropped .
about 10 per cent. "
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ing at it in a different way. Milk 4- '
production usually hits a yearly
peak ip the late spring and early
summer and drops in a sharp
curve to a seasonal low in the
late fall. This year's production
charts showed milk production tdff
encea slightly from January throdglt
.'. ~. March.
Statisticians are waiting to see
what this means. One theory is
reioicing wet/I that the dairymen are trying to n
adjust their herds, a long slow
process, so that there will be less
r Jfin r'can milk in the high-production, low. "
eat Anerican price. periods and more in the IT FLIEBS TH
low-output, highLerprice time of 380 pounds throw
|ne *ear. It *0ll be some time signer. Fueled
1aio before it can be seen clearly light helicopter
Itatfon r whether that's the aim of dairy- or in kits for t
men, who have as good a grasp opposite direction
of'the law of appply and demand plane at 60 m.p.
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Stax ayers. c aa '
The Senate knocked out thq t.ax- torfi t
cut provision. A onfere co the u 'o"
mittee was then set up to out
the differences between the twp The conference are ferbfaew*
ledgiilagn.a *stltte

Pink, Yellow, Green .m o ie
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TULE AK; Calif. -(UP--- .'
Birdwatchers near the Oregon bor. All sessions of a .of.rene 6bo,
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when they a pink, ylloW, of e proceedignnre.okpt. A rA .
and bright en geese. rt of the .wort e m O a
The state fsh and game depart- pracribed for 'le a6 da0|
ment calmed the watchers'by ex e agreed to a
plaining it was all part of at ex. use; ,. t;
peri .'_li _expriDmet ant$satt quired at .iry'g itt hI
trackn, -- bi;lJ du gUe the l- accompanied by a en ater
grating seasonrand learning oi ment exp! inl .the I ate t
of thMi habitat .. ans y et
Assitant*Game iie, A W. l iis only rin et A
Miller, said state and federal wa- cufeonfee becaetise' i URSJlus
terfoul observe rs have been no such rule. Oral wt0iiab an
alerted to watch for the 0coorfl I made by Senate conference mla-
birds all the way from Oregon to bers when the report fi s .
the Arctic Circle. I Reports milt be _!iipa re-.
Several hundred birds were dyed jested' or. reco'inftfe~t'ni t
for the experiment. Snow geese entirety. If either or bth46f the
the most numerous, were tinted houses reject a report. a dwe oam
pink, the rarer Ross' geese got a oerence is usually set up.
yellow rinse and green was re- In the House. confeenc eomrn-
served for lit e migrants. mittee members ca- h..dihargedl
The birds don't seem to mind if the do not a'bri a irt
the change in color, Miller oaid, within 20 days after thWet' appoint
aid they'll !oose their hues aid meant. In the eC1iuigxdayar O't-Pea-
revert to the normal white during I sion, this time is shortened to 36
the moulting season. hours.' .
The contereneq'; off-the-eoredor
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Conscience Prompis begane
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flj -- Ai A told Vln la however, ia 4hat the
Payment f u earir method worse we. ,

Ol Grocery Bill Anglershet AYk
MILWAUKEE (UP) Mrs.
Antoinette Doenahek was paid re Uni l y ,r
cently for a 30-year-old grocery "I
bill by a 78-year-old woman who ANN ARBOR, Mich. (
said she had been bothered in con A University of Michigan IS
science by the debt for all that expert today advised anjiets tO
time. look at fishing through. the eG It
Mrs. Dolenshek was one of the a fish. .
operators of a West Allis grocery
which went out of business In "You'd never find a hutat-alt.
1940, writing off bills of some 300 tin& in one-spot all day," saidKar
to 400 families in the amount of F. Lagler, department of
nearly $44,000. chairman, "yet look at how The old woman who knocked at fishermen just sit and wait for the
her.door recently told her a de- fish to come to them."
livery' boy -dr ad $32 He advised anglers who really
check she .:pay- want to catch fish to begin chatl
ment for S IW she the shoreline with a floating-41iving
tore up e the lure. If the water is clear, he'suid
money to her start the lure moving tre second it
town and spend ath ed hits the water. But if the water is
But she cried with Te-hen cloudy, Lagler said let the .bait
she had told her story 3M.made stay still for five or 10 second
Mrs. Dolenshek accept ,ioney before reeling it in.
although the latter asseiA the "This gives the fish time td find
woman she need not Par. ", what caused the splash if visibility
The woman said- ackam and isn't good," he said.
trouble had prevent her from
discharging the debt earlier. If shoreline casting -doesn't net
"She restored my 0ath i1 the any results, Lagler said to cast a
deep down honesty of tan." Mrs. sinking bat into deeper water.
Dolenshek said. Then, If the fish still are elftbg
you, he advised working the _a V-
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N aS!!1s o 33 :e12 Cla nd...,4 ,SO .59 7 to 7-Pebetero A. GonzAle0 ft r?^cleaM..
icl nai 33 3 .485 16 Detroit.,... s33 .ss535 11 TheB elca13 era, off to
S 3.. 9 .A Bosta A 35 .533 11 five aral tb. play a
SA40 IuSngcity- A.J 41 .423 19 .,regulat ,s comple- And Bae. "C and D' Naties Purse gg54 ?ipl f ne1:15
._1 39a .S 4 waahlngtot S 47 .347 24 to : contest to- 7 F. seaBm3c p the Boable
..,25 49' B.53ffx Baltin ....;20 51 .282 29 it T 'nwoea.Ing by 14 3-1
Sameo a x-Night games not included. pone lve minutes 1-Metto M. YcMa --aoui*t ........ *rn
A-Nib 3et game not B "b ied out" af- S-Petite F. Rose -Dropped in ... -1
S TP GQAMES falr 3-Valaria J. Philip 1 -lo *.10-1
AB Mti re Meanwbile, trtce continues 4-Rabiblanco A. Yeans -o p ....... -1
NS' 'S a' ltth ChicaI*t eland for the top Ot ppots for the 5-Ika B. Irre 17 o all the ay .... 2-1
t at BdIn" ( 2) DetrW=S0 1 City eventual Big row playoff be- 6-Chepanlta F. Godoy 104z-Alming at payof ........f8-1
St. Lous at Chicago (2) Washington at New York gnnin gter aond round -
yE -ABSTTRDAT'. RESULTS 3rd Race "I" Imp. 4% Fga. os'se $275.0 Fl1 CVlos 1:4t
'ES oAqsSf I-6 6 jWashington at Now York (N) Anny Atlantic, looking strong ONE-TWO
al otk 000oofnis000-1 n o Chicago at Cleveland ) to flni in third eta the
adelph 100 0000--1 9 0 ChicagBoston at Cleveland (N) secoad-lac v ers at ort l-Double In H. Rul 106 -Improvig alowly ........ 3-1
MAinl ltiddle (9) and Katt Detroit at KaB s0r(N), ClaytOn wir A brook APEB, e- ---ucAndal A. YCQaa 118 -orm In at4b........ 2-1
aminin, Miller (6). Kipper (8) Detroit at Kana City N) tlymoved it fourth, lays 3-Newminster 0. Prescott 115 -Distance suits Qtyl ...... 4-1
EdB.Smintick.WP-Maglie (9-4) oco solo on the Navy' home 4--V.Breecz R. VAgques 130 -Will fl it0 i o'........ o 3-2
-immons (4-4). HR--Gor- Gets Around maples. All games begin at 7:30 5-(Our Fancy B. GasteU 105 -Coulde winter a* .... 3-2
n (2), Mays (21) and Katt (3). p.m. 6-(Roario M. Hurley 112 -
In A Out A big scoring week "a;" Tex
-rgI002i000k022 1- 9 1 Yarbrough, husky 6-5 Army At- 4th Race "H" Natives e 5.00 Pool Closes :20
kn 410100000,- 11 1 Of T lantic center, strengthean hi
end, Lttlefield6 RtarOl 00 1 0 Roc M in o hgscoringc trlead wigt h36 and" .iL o
SMatIn (7). Kline (9) and oinint nights. Steve Kiio th reW 1-Folden Glass H. RulsIIt .Usualquitinnstretch ... 4-1
1, Peterson (8); Erskine. NEW YORK (NEA) Archie Fn 32 points Thurasday to take -1iraai V. O rtegs 1 -Qas strong f a ........ 3-1
combe (8), Lablne (9) and Moore formed the Archie Moore over second with 137, five better 3-U'M-iSfb A. Vergm 1p-4.oud be the wflnne ...... 3-1
WP--Kllne (5-10). LP- Enterprises, is the proprietor of an than Coco Solo's Frank Doran. 4-Cotida A. d 'Se hould bt Sies ......v-1
a ine (6). HR-SnIder (25), eight-piece band featuring "t h e Yarbrough has the best aver- 5 D bnia F. raodoy -Ranwell last week ..... -1
.(14, Thomas (8). world's greatest tenor saxaphone age with 21.7, Doran second with 6-Tap Lady F. Rose 1S -In weak group ore ...... 2-1
'. ".. i player. Lucky Thompson." 19.6 and Bob Rupert of Navy
1.Louis c WO 100 002-3 10 0 Rocky Marclan6's cballen g e r Pacific third with 19.0.
fiiIka OWn10003x-4 9 1 ownss a motel In San Digo plan In total scoring, .ine men 5th Race Natves Fg Purse .00 Peel Closes 3: 35
',q2V 'T8) and a sport center In Toledo.e was have passed t 0-pot mark. 1 fu Fru '9. Aguirr l4.--hould win again ...... 2-1
lrbrlk; Minner, Pperkowskl born in St. Louis. lived for a time The averages: 2-'Jachalin I. Vique 1 --Rates best ib t mud ...... 2-1
SandC cooper. WP-.M4i (7- Tn tT andnow ,. -. Bound A Vaques 1U -Nothing to indicate ......10-1
. Ln ). aR. 'e M la., hime. Yarbrough, AA .. 4-Danel J, Bravo-l --Will eight t ......... 2-1
on (14). Cooper (5>, wha- MW fought in Australia, Kiso, Abrook .,
a tS(3) .' 'ArgentinB, Panama and In 35 ci.- Dorui,, Coco *o 7 it .1 --
aT, g Pl"" N e h ties in l.states. MCDod6ugh, roopsl6 t -. "
trtuksea rs1iGbati (N) As far back aq 15 years ago the Rupert, Na Pac.. 64144 "" 2nd 7 Ptl & Purse 5400.00 oPo1 Closes 3:35
16-year-old Archie was stricken by Da t. 7q .49If-l F ce of the Double
Ina Us om rS an ulcer attack which kept himun O l.... 8 5 31 'Mid -oWaitin for ra ........ 3-1
anoI f ,Navy Pac. ... 6 48 14 110 -lno. 1 -sually close up .......
SU yI OTHEIPRIT Dlnwidie, Albrook 7 36 24 96 t *. 6V --1ard to beat in mud .......3-1
Mo COlOT LCil Ft. Kobbe 5 28 29 85 H. E 10 -Nothing to recommend ..-25-1
Ptrulotles Lote& Trooble WEST SPRINGFIW, Mass. Ward, Troopers .... 7 37 6 82 5-Choice Brand & Y lm 110 -Could score in upset .... 15-1
t.-l te uMt (UP)-,. Alber tRobh n went out Valdes, Troopers .. 7 35 21 82 6-A. Fulmar C. -L',-Jockey big handcap ....10-
Ne lter EIscabdalo to get Into ls car pe morin 7-Vertleordls M-C zsAW 13-S9harp for this one ...... -
-F F Jachalln his 1 auto. RobinsonfALL SCHOOLl Closes 4
lyon Nesselffe were looking for the 1 49 mod Chi (NEA) Harlon Hill, Second N of the Doall
SLa Enus Only then did Robinson realize t Mago Bears' pass-catching -
-Pa40%&IaMogul.- had taken the wrong car the ,.Me from Florence State 1-Donny Boy A. V-ur 16 -In'andiout performers .. 2-1,
i-t-rml Conm erte before whenbhehdroveahomet .e e- Barlyon & 11"_-Disappointed In last .... 2-1
3-Neacllffe B. -Could win this time .... 3-1
--4-.Vulackadold A. YOerar10 -Poor recent races ....... 4-1
6-Explcrto R. VAsques 11 -Blazing early speed ..... 10-1
3th5Race-" p -,5.00 Pool Closes 4:10

I--. Wonder J. Phillips 108 -Will fight it out ........02-1
2-Yosikito F. Godoy 10 x--Could go all the way .... 3-1
3-LrEneas B. Agulrre 124 -Weights only handicap .. 2-1
4-Black SGold M Guerrero 100 -Usually moves late ...... 10-1
5-Portal A. Visques 114 -Back In top formn........ 3-2

0th Race PE" Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $550.00 Pool Closes 5:15
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1-Lazy Brook B. Agulrre 108 -Quit badly in last ........ 0-1-
2-inn Feinner F. codoy 105 -Nothing to indicate .....15-1
3--Florera A. Viques 113 -Dangerous In mud ...... 3-1
4-Dark Sunset H. Ruiz 104 --Has strong fnish .h....... 8-1
5-Valley Star M. Ycat 110 -Nothings in months ...... 10-1
6-Nogalino R. Cristifn 110 --Gets stiffest test.........3-1
7-Pappa Flynn Valdivia 118 -Gets competitionb-ere ..EVEN
8-Greco C. Ramin 110 -Not with this rider ...... 15-1

10th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fii Purse $1i.08 Pool Closes 5:40

2--Consuerte 0.Sanches 120 -Seeks third straight..VEN
3--Mrzatoats H. Ruiz 106 -Handicap in favor ...... 2-1
4-Kiosco F. Gody 110: -Longshot possibility ... 84
5--Supersun F. HIdalgO108 -Last doesn't count .10-1




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-ffhis 135-pounditlte a-
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rm.at the Pansa Oym.
h ieeter bouts are In-
-aed the program. Pium-
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l~itos Lw Have

Pair Of P chers
PITSBURGA (NBA) -Veston
Law should have a lot to talk a-
bout with his new Pittsburgh pitch-
ins. cdlleague, Paul Martin.
Bolh are ordained ministers,
Law a Mormon and Martla a
Christian and Missionary Al-
liance preacher. Both are
heavyweights, M art in six-six
and 245 pounds, Law six-th ee
and 195. Martin was signed -as
a $10,000 bonus player.


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o eand will be rid.
SJGodoy al Super-
. be hden by or-
Syr, W. ho replaces


Tomorrow's Ieature race is the
4OW added doe mfle Fourth of
J Classic l j it h the track's
1 08MWttrtftadw ex nof
ipj inan Cquates a&d t.Ra
an the prime lav r t6 Don
t, M te Roume, "d
t kemere also figure the
tlek of it at the fiib L
'Yesterday the Stud
Chilean star Escorial
an easy six-length
.Ae n fu rlon p in t fo r C la s
" importedtroughbred
The Luis H. Farrui trained
brown horse was tled into a,
god load rightt after the break
by Concep.on "Toche" Ituis
te'n eased up and almost al-
lowed Sally Spruce .to come a-
longalde him 4Dwn the bak
stretch.
.'Two furlongs out, Ruts gave
Baclrial bi head and the five-
year-old son of Effendl I-Su-
ston raced away again, this
ISe steadily opening daylight
until he crossed the fInish lne
ly ix lengths ahead of the
strong finishing Pontinovilch
ake, te- place by twolengtbs

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2-Plolt
3-Taira
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aI 81. 24, 8.80
0. 8.80.


2-uo Miero Pn.M.
EZV& RACES
1-Dainty-Duches $0,-5, 3.20.
2-Plafno $4, 3.
Second. Dob. 1N.4AI.

2--ncachadsa;$, 9.e0.
Qnt-,,Rel; 0.90.
NINTH RACE
1-Albatross $280, 2.80, 2.20.
2-Bar One $.0, 2.80.
3-Valley RIver -$2.40.
One-Twe: .IM0.


1-4xaola 3.60. 3,
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same elder.
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he tapered leader, but th e Phil Harris, the b leader, e.
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tin drv flies and transmits -
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le to the fly properly. NEED INTODUCTIONS
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MC HEC H MOSE FOR TOU,"' says p aired Margaret Cleve, who l-a a senior at Balboa
,lh WSchool now employed as a student J-asistant. It's not strictly a summer jld,- 4'-
.-. c gle nto Mis Cleve who is a doctor's dOau he'k been at it since Easter because she 'want-
S ethlk to do." Father Is Col. Ed s. leve of the Gorgas Hospital staff


reAss Falls Ded''

Playing Role

(lid. Theater
E&yWOOIp, July 2-(UP)-
rodwa actress Isabel Bonner
ellVead before 900 shocked
aygoers at the Carthay Cirdle
aeter lost night While speak-
barlines In the first act of
'th lkeI," a prise-wlnning
SI7aywrf mmy her husband, Jo-
prmm. $Ale was 47.

!*Mr n sce She hia t just told
oer or k husbIatd in the play-
eo- r tane Claxk, "You look
*mU better today, darling,"
wbl Tshe ollaniged.
'0hr apparently died of a heart
$ -1,t. ". ; ..,
Albut a dozag actors were on E tMO I awrkft e
tage in the scue.One said she bor-edt I* IdOt0te aAo -
Ias $peaking t line when she pla et thia"
udd zly salu ped on the e"dge Hle he sowI K at *Ak*t'hh ehs- art fof
',of C'rk'k bed. his j Jb -.khe Jlaunth ta$bib asBoa B6athouse
Clirk ot his arm bout hekr near 1. e e d o Odd:*ah *rk required. Paul hopes
n l-tbbed, "'Ann, speak to some lo be an aeronautical e gineer, He.says of the three
e. sometilg the- matter?- applicants he was second. "Thes s t boy bowed out when hea
.What's wiong, darling, I love decloaed to do office work instead," he adds with a grin "and I
you." gt It." He and mother, Mrs. Zelda E. Olassburn of the Personnel
He signaled for the curtain to Bureau live in Diablo Heights.
pbe run wn and the audience '
!thought It was the end of a .r u
ID able 'OlU Miss' I Air AgainI
The theater management im-
physicians in b house. 1Bound For Aviation's Hall Of Fame
&Three doctors reported to the
Stage from the audience ana she o -
was pronounced dead.I MERIDIAN, Miss., July- -(UP) "!She Is In as good shape as the
Kramm said as he left New ruA little monop; ne that ever was," sid Fred, "It could do
Yor k tat ha ie wife had I uyet ti s two edeesj n ow It sokal do Rydeara
pain but did not think it was yea sed for -plae
serious, Iavwst ioa w of .aws. M: der let aircraft .woupedo i.


"I $jot spoke to her 16st night,"
ehe tbbed. "She said she was


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fyn that sent the ltUe pla n .ttl
l t lap of its last flight.
"There's still no much room to
stretch," grinned Fred, reman-
bering. the 27 days he and Al
spent in p.fhe plane in 1095, t l4n
turns flying, sleeping and teeing
. the eugiae from a small cat.

Both brothers 'were World War
.1 bomber pilot in the Paele;
SThey agreed they would t 1Tl
.akoek Ole Miss for "dependa.


* personalities Including
Turner and Blanche.
re on hand foran. "old
banqtiet Thursday night
the ceremony at e y
it included the dedication
F. Runway long enough to
Ste jet aircraft,
a. refueling demonstra-
re staged by the Air
Fred Key took the
" up for a re-enactment
Sthe many refueling oper-
irformned 20 years ago.


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close before a trip.
But safety experts
and "over-ltty"ev"
best -platning in. .ha
condition
They also warn
driving, since twq-.
thrbet steal a oi
between duj and,-
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-oOSerT MwIAIt
world's Isrget glob-
In diameter, tars c
at the Babson Inig
Wellesley, Mass Ma
pieces of porcelain e
steel, it shows the w
utical and geggraphica
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former movie star,
headiner still rqma
hbpttal,htoevairw. I
expected tojb roils
other thrbe e t .
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renovating ':
ismmer
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J't 'gives ti
contracting e
,son of Caif pll
SMrs. I.
lighted


jobs are nqw waiting for new e
contracts to begin, and are
keeping their fingers crossed.
He gete 50 cents an hour for R
his labor.

BrI o Build

--0i Huge M.lwury Bass
de of. 584
nanmel, on l B
AAtjIO tCypms o

Bnbed today she is
rV h military base
AAN"O r ItlIah
troops by rlt band clomor-
lag for u wth Greece.
T i ove r meant announced it is
tp ipeed ft 60,000,000 dollars on
tconvtrutla4of the camp tear a-
Lmaguta, it far from a ci a p,
whete Je b illegal i4mmigrats1
were kept Wore the Paliunlwa,

The neW-&eaM- wlt Agover over
.300 acres- d Wi houle trowp
ahwly bided here and W thrs
-brought ,from the Suez
now belk evacuated by Brit'q
under the l ms of her agreement



AG "-(.UP)- Durlpg the
;- of 1B8, moe
w than 1,. ity velidle stickers
V were stolen from wins-
Sshields be poeaid. Last year
mor lb 4,00. wos r ported
1 0 itiL TESI lckf rkost $ fr,
can up horsepower, $30 for
2 6,02of IIand -over.
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accurately. It has been roughly
tstimatdd at 3,000 miles.
It is said to have been started
about 2,500 years ago, in the latter
part of the Chou Dyausty. The
feudal lords and princes, 'engaged
* constant war against ea.cl other,
built walls pn their frontier toi
defend their'own tarrItpriB. -
Then, in 221 B. C., the magazh
said, Shin Huang TI, the first
emperor of the state of Chin,
succeeded in defeating all rivals
and creating an empire. He then
ordered Up an army of 300,000
worknqil to build a continuous
wall 4o defend the northern
marches of his empire against
nomadic invaders.
It took 10 years to complete the ltx'
work. Thus the-wall as a whole has sar G
i history of. over 2.100 ears. arclif.
Frpm then the Great Wall parent wsin
was China's strong defense against C
attack from the north, the maga- .
zine said. And since then the wall O H
a b frequently repaired and .a
Je d. The attfcle said:
"Tho ball as we know it today -
inll N exclusiveera of 1 t Ne ket-af


gt i s.I t st consist of a p -or "whos
h l wde a t earthse, ligand tly LOe 2.Tr nt I
ri a to l fA it the top. The S. -aX&4 Paducq
ol3 a tub ylemard o e rioie s. 'wetey tr r
Sicrd thky I
Ssjttkum there.
atctual woexclusive-of l;Newjta~ke-a
Sttia,- thst consist of a cap or "what's
&me ) MC0M cubic yards O who- wears sqat
VIusetd pM e ked earth, and close 2. Try 6t to
io 3*000M cubic yards Of sone Ifriesds. "they g


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*rar IA balboa High School.


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balloon of a different color naside the outer one.
SInflate noth. *
I "W rbothfw-reabtwa good he announce to
the group that it's a simple matter for you to
change t,' color of the balloon you hold before
Their very 'eyea. Whereupon, muttering wis mystic
I word, p riaRthe surface of. the outer balloon.



.at figures?
Ifuc Heti a.o s
1. the hdwhichf a watch topped 15 to d out
every hour, how mt stake themly










to go from noon to jonlght?
I-Ewm, sin nU-.
S- raThe linst number thatte you aw.

S 6. Clever newspaper heading h digit n eulta
b Iala IL Correct
I Add not to make ra numbwill

S* and down.

1.1f the hany hundredf a watch topped 15 miion?
S1. 45 every hour, how mero hours would t take theman
to go from noon to nighth?
I The last number that you saw.
.3. At eight pimes teis candy for a quals thisrter, how many
6., Clever newspaper heading a the quarupletA






Sicould you getheir fthor a 'W -ollar?-
I 3. Startmp conuithon: thCoate. of one three, to make
ad ptreposition. Add anothito make a number.
S Age Davy Cr rkett killed hyis. pt b'cr!

S9. A hablepoon umber a tibleon by th 5. number 7.




Noa, Adam, a well a ethuelah. lived to be
11. How many hundred in a quarterof million:
13. Number ofrVowels in the word "abstemiously" ?

S 1. eptmber da2? DOWN
1. 45 degrees below aero is how much colder than
90 degrees above ?
S1. Double thi number and you get exactly 54 more.
3. At eight pieces of candy for a quxrer, how many
could you get for a Gollar?
8. Stamp confusion: Cost of one three, two one's,




v6. over's cry.
S tallest 'number visible by 1, 5, 0- and 7.
9. Noah, Adam, as we ll a Methuselah, Uived to be'
-thI age.06-
10. A$' When you got your birthday suit.
11. How many vertebrae in th4 human backbone:
18, 26, or 42?
I12. Thln number represents "Anished", with dillts re-
versed,
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SFpib city of Philadelphia nla the year T17M you fand 10?
abvse. How- pany errors, put there purposeMy 4t peq ensq JApinli *Jow poine n--owdJlt i Io pUans
...... "i "t : n "m "1us 1 a1 ma -j*wlo pneiv q Uo0m v 0
the artist to test your wits and powers o OBlrva 's %1 m sf 1q pnl qg i' aoMn ,OA gi:W
tion, can you findT ? 1"-p.weeel ic an Igo."ntq -goI allu el5 *l.IVoq
moi mle e ufl .I r u,1v .11_ e1 nl owe 1 Voas
.Remember. the year is 1776. Included among' the. ooIuPE, .- A teO Sae
-i --takSa-are ae 5 oi-any sa tchroniasm-tl"ngs. A li Iw *a .i3o opo r"Wom O.n opsV a1O
. "nco jndpoum of the timseB. -... L,. fa j. "jPU"IQO *U0all go insq eIJOI :MGaOA


LJrelping. Yourself
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Ipieted by CLARK WNAMWIRD
,The v a&Ltu PLr-tj
GStde. by Thoista J. Ila=la
. Quentl lQ. Conklin ( a r p e r : -
untably IjeasraBal.-
nklis .avt- tot rich
frr nlu1m proqpecWng. other-
wise they wouldn't b' writing
about it. Yet they seem, to have
lots of authoritative- Iformation.
for the layman hopeful of strik-
Ing. It rich nla the base-metal of
atomic energy. It is phrased In
nontechnical lang uage, and
should save amateur in mining
from making the ordinary mia
takes. Tha .authonse an ormer..
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Bow to 'Take Better PWtet s
by A. A. Goldamith, Jr. (Hobbe-
Merrlil, 144 pages: 32.75). A
beAutfully Wutrated primer' for
the-beginner-hobbyist n still por-
trait, landscape and action cam-
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Au: Race Fans
"I'LL race you for twice the
length of the pool," shouted
Itaiph.
They staRted simultaneous-
ly, Bert from the east end
and Ralph from the west
and. They met each other
the frat time 20 feet from
the east end of the pool, and
the second time 18 feet from
the west end.
Who won the race, Bert or
Ralph ?
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ITS ALL SO, CONFUSING!


EVLRTYONE In the diagram
above seems to be lighting a
fuse to the giant firecracker In
the lower left hand corner, -but
actually three of the fuses are
dude. Which one touches off the
explosion?
After you've made a choice,
trabe the fuse you've selected
(via the dotted line) and see tf
you are right.
, Jumping to another person's
line or tracingg steps is out of
order. Start over if you do.
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Watch Closely
TO clocks both register the
1 ame time at .midalght. One
gains, the other loses one minute
an hour.
- Assuming that they both con-
tinue to -gain and lose qt this
rate, what time Will they ladicate
when both again register the
same time?
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ferzt meaning. For example.
PBEACH plus C makes CIJMEA
WR: Try these
L ftMIa plus W ti ?
2. TMA. plus I Is -.?
3. MS L plus C is -- ?
4. HfRO plus Is -?
5. TROMNI plu is s -_?
S. PIRATE plus V is -- ?
7. MARCH plus s ?
8. FRINGE plus 8 is -- ?
9. WARD plus N ts ?
10. SLAG- plus S I ?
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T7KAT can you
V draw to
complete this ple.
Lure (at right).?
To hb ouat, draw
a'lle fro dot
to dot19 onsecu-
tvely. Afterwakd.
color the picture
neatly.
ien Food,
What kind of a
hen lays the
longest?
PW'hV t faeav
y can hens
lay eggs only
during the day?'

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took to prepare /
a patchwork quilt /
for the rourth'of \ /
July and fle Ibn ,
a cuanlt work /
OUt, te. color /
s.mean a 'lh
Si'a PeIhape a
you an hlp her. \
lhe'd Uke the
uWaAead product ,io
to be e whime /
S blues., but with
thift etpulatien:
th sr a. color
must mnt touch
Itosf aywhore
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od of solvi the problem I by
usin r" sO blur pencils or
Crayon. 'But 2' th ara a not
handy, an ordnay pEud msay be
used to Indloate, oloer by sym-
bola or hadlnS. -
A olule la rtyV e lsewhre
on the pag. i tob need It.

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A SIMP dvice which home andilcraft6en
. A can make i's hang-al.Mek thas attaches to a
clmt door.
An I.iporat feature of this device I that It en-
able slackka alerts. etc.. to be hung so that they
will notwrinle
tdcalj*. as sind lated- a n the drawing, above it"
oontat lto a plese of, wire with a number qft cl#jp-
type clotheepink attached. Length of wire and numa
ber of pinus depends on width ot door. Clothespin
must be of the typi which have a spring attachment
though which 'wire may be passed. Whatever Vneth."
ad of fastening Is 'employed, wrtt must be kept as'
taut as possible. A thin metal rod may be subsetl
. tuted for wire if one ls avalabl.


ANSWER THJIS IN ONE SECOND
What I. It you cun take the whole from and
saumr till remains?
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By Manee snaw'At
,HORIZONTAL
I-Proviode d.
6-The, Bible says It I eadise for
a emeal to go through th eye
tof thithan for a rinh man to
enter intothe kingdom of God


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4-Rounded roofs.
VWERCAL
of the Lord
Sa e a-Mountaila lake.
4-French easo..
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sr whet was the angel
Iaea-h the everlasting ioe-
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10. I In the scale,.
11-PsaulJent him and Thnotheus
llMacedonia (Acts 19t2)
of brillance.
1-- of aJaibin's host (Judg.


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e the worse of the band-
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30-Locomotor astaxi.


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31-Popular drinks. 39-Stopplag-placef lor motoristss
32-Loathed. 40--reach rovincial seech.
33-Where did the Israelites aw- 42-Object.
'emble to set up a temple? 43-.-n. glutinous mud.
(JOeh. 18:1) 4f5-Retagrant,
34-C-Cien. temples. 46-Tpe of bomb.
3 -City -in Panam Canal Zone. 48-Rlgariea eola.
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President Eisenhower with a group of photos nd documents from his World War II
days in England. Photo at left shows Ike anrd Churchill. Other includes Gen. Bradley.
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a bosun's chair adjusts polished aluminum spheres in
preparation for a high voltage test of a big transforner.


GOING A FUR PIECE-Fourth generation descendants of Davy Crockett peer over the
plains of Chicago en route to California home after a TV appearance and a sightsee-
ing tour in New York. Davy Crockett clan (from left) Ken, Nicky, Davy, Anna Carl.


'SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE'
S T SEEMS APPROPRIATE during this month that rimes with "moon" honeymooning couple threw bride's red slippers across the roof as a re-
to look at marriage customs. Use of diamonds in engagement rings minder that guests were unwelcome. Our custom of tying shoes to the
was started with queens in 15th century, including Mary Queen of Scots, car is a copy of this. These photos show customs of colonial brides. The
The blue garter (something blue) stems from the Order of the Garter husband in colonial days kidnapped bride. Nowadays he leaves church
and throwing of rice is a symbol of prosperity (good croo). In India. a with her. From the serving of rum punch then, we now have receptions.


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EED FROM THE SMOG-Statue of the Great Emancipator, Abraham Lincoln, gets
annual cleaning in London's Parliamert square. Smog makes cleaning a necessity.


SAfter kidnapping the bride, he paid her father ransom of lad or cattle.


Today, father gives away the bride to the groom (after footing the bills).
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ISN'T THIS PEACHY?- Two blondes seem fo be pondering
what happens to little girls who eat fresh peaches. Does
this make for a peaches-and-cream complexion ? Oh. well,
they're delicious anyway. The luscious basket of fr '.had
just been picked fom the Moenniche's Boquete coffee finca.
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Panamonte as It looks 20 years after Pop Wright.
additions, but the atmosphere is still there.


WHEN TWO BOQUETERAS like. Mrs. Julia M oenr.chc and Mrs. Vera Elliot get together, they
discuss a lYhing Irotn the price of coffee to the latest Book-of-ThetMont. .Caub zeecton. AKtONSWANTA DAISY? The Panambnte's pictuareqe uback-
That's TuIlef MQenniche's coffee plant in the background. Years ago when the Panama Canal y;rd features flowerp .a1 colors species. ptd has bten a
Co. en ineer was told he needed a change of ci.nate for his health,'he and the Midrs. settled in photographer's paradise for ys bpe proPs J' g 3rad-
r7.- wi"1onderful coffee is sent al; ovtl the wrkli and is known, for tsrichnewss o1f daughter. Vera Lee Elliott fl k rivery .Iapb a 9e ipthe
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Cool, Beauil Boquete, Rich Vy Of

Chiriqul, long considered t h e find they can go water-skiing, play', Proprietor of the pIe q U e work on display to visitors, Bis lp fmr s sabala a fighter
richest province of P a na m a, golf, or just hunt and fish around Panamoote Hotel, the so wfttoken, well as Indian pottery and other fiAW tarpo. family.
seems stated to become the top; the refreshingly cool mountain re- fair-haired lady who came~e Pa- Panamanian handicraft. 1 w 1 jyean r the then U.
tourist spot in the area, if plans sort town of Bpquete. ama as a bride from Swedea, For people who want to em.- SNiiA a" dW. 0..anama, Moa-
mowi n the process of developing,I With an eye towards attracting was captivated by the -Bquete mune with nature, the scenery i. ar,' 3Dmi." e- Oed tihe Cal-
materialize. I tourists to this veritable "Shangra- countryside a few decades ago. a breath-taking. "' de fi. P Toeadlreams with
Although the approaching coom- La," Mrs. Hans Elliot, or Dona Since then she has been devoting The beauty of the softly subdued rkhbWle* trAU ,
pletion of the Inter-America Vera, as she is known to her time and eergy towards sharing rose bushes, Chinese mtoon flow- Altjhough te 1_,ft apparently
Highway strip connecting Panta friends, has been conducting a her enthusiasm with others. rers asd pale blue, "snowballs" survi.W .and are 11ntw ell in
ma to David looms in the distant tireless campaign aided and en- "I hope to spend the rest of which cover the rural countryside the Vlecan scOM, ti have be-
future, nevertheless, within t Je courage by her neighbor Boque- my life here the loveliest spot in is striking., come extinct. i- CJelbrs.
sext few months vacationists will tenos. the world," she tells her visitors, And for botanists, zoologists-or Residents IfeZ the roean is still
referring to the fascinating island honeymooners, Boquete is truly a a mystery, but. op e say t he
home she maintains on the River paradise all year round. fact that coffee have been
Caldera which borders her quaint Right now Dona VerA is hbrd dumped in apy have
hotel. at work on -her new project which been the a o i.-
Besides being 'located in- t he was inspired after she received One of the was a
fertile valley of Boquete, surround- glowing reports from many visit- fishing exp ad u-the si-
ed by misty mountins, gaily ors who were hunting and fishlg tuation a ree and
painted wooden house velvety in the area. said lie was-n ed stock in g
green fern trees ful'O noi sy She has built a camp near the, of the strea1As d be done a-
periquitos, pigeons and love birds, wide and beautiful Chiriqui R i bore the cQffee fleas.
the Panamonte has what is known er in the Caldera district where i H has eve; Written a member
is "atmosphere." pigeons, pheasant; perdis and wild of the State Dertment suggest-
During her occasional trips to turkey are plentiful. The river Asnig they cooperate with the resi-
South America Mrs. Elliot has .
meticulously collected price 1 e s s s
art treasures of 17th century co- ,...
lonial paintings, Which lend an
old world charm and greatly en- r. ..
hance the feeling of warm hospi- .
tality everywhere.Mf
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TIHEN... This is the way the Panamonte looked way back in ing native bateas, Dona Vera has
tbq d e wheo Pop Wright used. to run it mafiy samples of her intricate


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def. CBaA of stoediM ,: t hi
stream again. The Fish and Wild-
life Service advised him they
could make available 50,000 trout
eggs in November from an east-
ern hatchery, and Ahis may well
.be the first step towards solving
the problem.
Other plans to accelerate tour-'
Ism include the building of a beau-
tiful golf egurse near the entrance
to Boquete where golfers can en-
joy a weekend far from the swelt-
ering sun of Panama.
S -' Three lakes, Las Lagunas del
Volcan, are going to be developed
for water skiing to add p luxur-
S'.Ing note to interior vacations.
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A COY SMILE from a lady
who sayg she hates to be
photographed. Mrs, H a ng
Elliott crosses the.bridge they
built to connect her little C0ot
tage with the mainland. Her
island. castle' hbaa a true
fairyland 4ality, and she
claims It Js her -real escape
from the rigora of daily living.


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OH BOY, Fresh strawberries .Youngsters who are accustomed
to only the frozen kind express their surprise at finding that
they really grow on the- around and. can be picked, Temperate
climate fruits thrive on the Moenniche's farm. Many of their
fruits and vegetables submitted to a recent Boquete farm fair
copped prizes for being the biggest and the best.








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SUNDiAY, JoLYI .." u Spplhemt


left) seems to be testing her first bite of one of the lusolous
oenniche's coffee fine, while her companions are busy sampling


According to Dona Vera this will
be a perfect mountain retreat, i-
deal for creative 'workers, writ-
ers, artists and poets.
One of the blessings of Boquete
Is the invigorating temperat u re
which stays at an average of 65
degrees all year round, and seems
to produce longevity. Residents of
the area boast about their hale
and hearty centenarians.
_e. refer red LITTLE VERA LEE COLLINS (
to e climate has been referh Peaces which thrive on the M
to as "magical by many, who theirs.
staffer from crippling arthritis.
They claim there is "something sang the praises of his wondrous
in-the afr" which stimulates cir-lparadise in the Boquete Bugle,
cul.tion and brings welcome and published in the Panama Ameri-
permanent relief from pain. ca, arrived there at the begin
The original owner of the Paning of the century, a doomed in-
namonte, Pop Wright, who often valid.
Considering his days numbered,
he became a legend of the vil-
lagers, goes. He wore out many
before returning to his native
Texas at the age of 84.
The town itself was settled by
a group of foreigners, Spaniards,
English, American, Germans, Nor-
wegians and Swedes who came
up during the gold rush days,
0 "t about the fabulous huaceas
in the Indian graves, and figar.
ed they had "found their gold."
Today if you speak to any of
their 'descendants, they will tell
you substantially the same thing.
In this land of eternal spring
they too feel they have found their
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SuOw sDnWarTx is wnat retireoa anal employee DaviC T.
Base enjoys in the home he built himself in the Boquete Valley.
The old-timer, one of many who have found peace and content-
ment there, relaxes in what he calls his "modern chair" which
he built about 30 years ago while still working in the Zone. His
quaint house was fashioned around a huge rock which became
the fireplace. Wife and daughter help him keep busy cultivating
coffee.


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SASSE WON a court battle to write whatever he pleased on his
station wagon. He contends that when he bought it, agents
promised an extra set of tires, which he never got. For four
years, therefore Sasse has been driving around with the legend
"Dissatisfied owner." When the agents hauled him into court,
the old man won. 'ilM never take It off," he vows.
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eve of the Independence.Day UI
are from the pen of Ste8 hf 1 '
best known for his book-long "John .
his death In 1948, Benet had tarted
bout the western mnigrator. f people
pioneers. He finished sn .le. voiluant
which today's first poem wa.the Ind6T
on "American Names," took 1aqe w1iti
last. verse has been trmee o@bcuiS. I
John were writer Henry Ja Ms andadi
gent who left the Utnited States to live
to "tea and laurels" supposedly is to et
of their lives).

INVOCATION


By Stephen Vincent Benet
Not for the ~rTet, not.for the mIvelos,
Not for the barren husbands o o.e gold;
Not for the arrowmakers of the soul,
Wasted.with truth, the, str-regarding wise;
-Not even.for the few ..
Who. would not be ta .hunter nol the prey,
stood between th' eater and the meat.
The wlderness salntx, a. guittMess, the absolved,
Born out of Time, the eekets of the balm
Where the green grass Brows from the broken heart;
But for all these, the Mameless, numberless
Seed of the field, tne mortal wood- and earth
Hewn for the clearing, trampled for the floor,
Uprooted and cast upon the stone
From Jamestown tc Benicia
This la their song, this is their testament.
Carved to their ilkenmss. speaking n .their tongue
,AMd rVadiJd with toe Itolof thel at. -
I say j.M shall rePcmmber them. I ear
When rnght has fallen on your loneliness
And the deep. ood beyond the'ruined wall
Seems to stepeforwara swtly with the dusk,
You shall ,'emembe.- them. You shall not see
,*wier or wheat or axpemark on the tree
And nob remember them.'
You shP not win without e a them,
Fo they.won every shaTow of t=moon,
All the vast shadow. -and you shall not low
.Wthoat a dark 'emPgm eiane of their loam
Tr they lost all Md nodW remembered them
Hear the wind
Blow brought the ouffalo grass,
ow ovpr wild grape and brier.
les WM s frontier. .nd this.
And tMs, you house, was frouitler,
SThere re footprizrt upon the hill
And awna lie buried under,
Tamnters of earth and rivers.
They died at the ead of labor,
Forgotten is the name
Now, .In full suammei by the Eastern shore.
Betwege .the seaman: and the roads going West,
I call two oceans to remembe.- them.
I fill the hoUllow darkness with their names.


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AMERI(AN INAMS
I have fanlh with Amerlean names,
The sharp zl, nevet get fat,
The snakeski minl.g claims.
plumed nnet of .MedcJne Hat,
Teson affl lDa oi and Lost Male Flat.
Seine and Piave arp silver spoons,
But the spoonbow! metal Is thin and worn,
There are .ngaish eountlei like huntng tunes
Pr ye a the keys of a postboy's horn,
utl will remember where I was born.
'Wil remember Cr-qvines Stiaits,
JIVFrench Li.tc-nd Lundy's LUne.
T. ankee snips and the Yankee dates
AnW. he bullet-town.r of Calamity Jane.
I wuIl remember Sknnktown P'aln.
I. will: fall in iove wi.h u aalem tree
A. rawhid qrt front. Santa Crus.
'.i lget mte I mt.J of Boston sea
a blue-gum Negvp to sing me the blues.
I m JUred.otf loving a foreign muse..
Rite des Martyrs and BleeWdng-eart-Yard,
mleals Pisa and Balndman's Ouat,
It n magic bet. you IuO -.
jgJ am ek fr a newer sho.a"
apartSaburg. it Popstt
S and John wtre never so
A en and John were always right?
but whei iat was-time to go
And thotea and the laurels had stood all night,
Did the never watch for Natucket Ughtf
S not rest quiet i Moitparnlaase
Is t le ease at Wlchelsea
Omb blb&4 &In Msa.,
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WASHINGTON-4t looks as It of the stock at What nw appears trustees more than $2,772,
the White House is getting a .t9 be a low i a*pd e I Whitu- The institutions filed 6bjecttiems
lax in securing FBI reports qrield was la the Rm services after objection, until fl- they k
certain vitally important during part of s e, ever'old the Mt4e, More .
pointments to high office fe tbeess he e teede the faltru s .Ptes proatate,
making them. tees' report and a' d 'e Beaw oe, meOO nsidere aw prie t
In recent weeks it's hbeei re- his co-trustees, Senate l vebtiga- -
vealed that John Brown of Hous, tors have also run across evidence COMPUCAEBD DIAL
toa, Texas, appointed to the U.S.'that he knew exactly what wap go-
Court of Appeals, Fifth Cireuit, lg on even though away. .' Tule method .of paylang fofr tW
had been severely rebuffed by the was voted a et
court on which he was sUppOSed I' .s tt M A oIltioB and WhbafIr ha to sit; also that ex-Cong. JocoS.p d called t -.
Wood of Georgia, appointed to the As a fesjt,. Sea. Ctom Anaer y 'pe one w
Subversive Activities Control son of New Mexic qa nd the building aMey Bk
Board, had been a member of the Joint Atomic C I 5t t arranged
the Ku Klux Klan and bhad let his must pass as Irq sa et the.
congressional office receive a ation, has witt Wae iet-o se the
$1,000 fee for 'Introducing a pri- ter asklig about etl eapelockfrom
vate bill. in his career. is O ehe ethers.
I On to of this, it has just been senators want : awi h assigned the stock to the
revealed that te FBI began only whether his purchase f e y-Des Mones Company with
recently to check on Ike's new was not a breach Wf pqiary re-... pn to buy it back in five
appointee to the Atomic Energy lationsbip. yeark- It stated price of $135 a "
Commission. Allen Whitfield, the They also want to know whether share.
appointee in question, was desig- any effort was made to get a This was in 1943. In. 194 be
nated by the President on March appraisal on the Valley. Ia t bought-it b.ck mtxthis wJde-t135
17, yit the FBI began checking befote-it was 'sld. v tl a sbare-tbughthe FDIC in 1947
his record onl during the first so far indicate."there.wea mone. listed: thU .ek -as tWorth 15-
week in June. The senators -al ant i know a BTre "d in 148 at .$574 a'
Meanwhile here is part of the how much Whbtfleld .WoI slper- share.
record of the man appointed to sonally, from a -4eal iq which he Byth.I i time, Drake University
the Atomic Energy Commission, was a true. .. Methodist. RHopital, and the oth
one -of the most important posts The senate eanmttee, already rs i ger had any claim o
in the nation. has Informati mhat he received the stock. butsome of the stnek"-
real-estate fees *e t dae or elders in h Valley-Des diness
l BANK STOCK ZOOMED the 1Valley .buildi. LS a COmpanv, ii"in" Ethel. F. Mete
J bit ,a ~ retaaer ;rea Wthe bpalh own c f* a thet lbef-
SWhitfield, a go-getUtng, likable shares of ba k v*ck ala in- Intandel to Wie .'-it require the
S;Des Moines attorney, active politi.- reaked trom to3 W, I tr VaDUeY Ba.. pnd Trust. sto.l; .op-
cally ia the Elsenhower camnpaivL. tl purchase partly thro.u, Uone,. by lMorrison to be fivided
had 'been ap ed truSlee-in pli st amu t other atoki.olers. instead
for the will of thelate-R. A. Craw.I Another question eaked biy en- or sold to Morri6on for a song.
(ford chief 6*ner ol the Y.Vaator Andersn i wbethp., Whit, At 4hi poaitWb hitfi .-a'l Mor-
ley Bank and Trust Compaq y efl Aekind..h- idquiesn itredm ad ieg. the -
Des Moines. With him as trustees gu i v am'plalAlts by pureia.ing their -
were the late Frederick M. Mor- widow. The 1 talaned-bp y altl.-Des Moties staI .at he
jisonU ad he late James A. Howe. Seat ive eigew ews l s value of between w00O
Crawford willed his stock in the-on Nov. 9. 19 e.d."ilf0. After that hle-suit was .
. Valley Bank and Trust, aftei his, was paid $15, i',ne|'u mt brought.
wife died, to Drake University, agreement to wi.l a- ,Ipae are some of the intricate
the Methodist Hospital, the Des year. Since she was 'thean invesfltt .~ sI which senators
Molnes Childrens Home and the 1d, this coulk not t do not be*eve we* s-length
Piney Woods School in Missis- outla- of any great'amomnt of transactlans, and whicb tey do.
sipgl. But it ended up not in l-t moane. As a mtte ot 'Mrs.. not consider In keeping with the
hands of these. Institutions but be. Crawford died sri M a alifleatlons as one appointed to
t purchased by the trustees. I f return ftNO- At C u t Aoergy .af issi
ft was a very profitable buw /met to die "y auW I DTB. Se Dou'oa.a._o p-
For the Valley Banku and TrusPWidtfeId t ok q ay i she, oer o rowa a 1 .Oow -Rep. Mi-
today has a ealitaRiation of $1,- ha to the a '" '.. an.whBe il, pu Mly. rial of
000,000, W 4,00 in deposits, a.im .There e a has.l Whitteld, haie not .eep enthu-
a- surplus of .Oe. .Iale wi*ah eIt tle .slastI ahBe hi appoiateet. The.
day also, Whitfield controls MethUqist Nl bl th Del Maome.Begistie-T lb .ne.,
the bank as the largest singe charities. dudc .wbi t vri pe-chief RepuMdican spokesman for
stokkolder---86 shares. Yet he titiens wwerld by the amilv- low,. published a masterftI analy-
ad the other trustees were ..sun- aty a. .i t n 9, ol h a ctim.
ed to pass this stock along to rig. a ar i chgly credit
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S. .. -f '- 4oesa'th o lor the u-Cotton -(RNH) that the Post Of-' you wo-t. have gotes a
-* ft .11" 401M face eoDepartmeint lm,.atn the ba. rse out of anyone. It ws tht
E. _... is ; ,e B hl' m .t _,,itthy -, Fod M ew. Me a. p .) a L by the deb crews, anad t one or re xe .
1 ki got hve. omaetd ta utf t o .the eoniit. amors of them doesn't show at a te askd the lintfrmati' desk
..- ely ..tni .t that w'-it- dressed: was.in command with Charlie
"n: ,aderga'wn pera t bg W fi Paras. t' latest que for Mr. Norris Cotton w on away. "Yo'll have to ask
S-Iyradio and on the t1e1'"tow d tor the Soviet W.D.C. ME W3l-a that, he took the job
at a b r t- -h m.." was nthe prompt reply.
Liw fo the f Adainst 00p n', 't nUt ea 4 e ingt irg Zaubn picked up It costs about five bucks .per w he'rea hm t
p iagad m e pivot peno atmuntal Kstumpoy- the dea In a U A uest to throw a reception Pith
on the newly revitajied AFL'ment instran beastse there te h salheen the party liquor and food at the better ho; lacldentally. the Federal Civil -
Actofr Eqauity, whim Aqg. 2 no lay-offs, te companies do dot cecuit here gla lce -tels he. It costs about four bcki Defense Adminstration is g g
win ally erge with t il get the money ba shchev 4aloe the way, and at the exclusive private e dbs., tog State eartme& three de-
members n ofChors EquityWi They ll hive to bargain wth cutting quite a figure at that. The The equivalent wining and dining airits $ar the way Acting Seen.
ideau in: this battle -agafast the Rether's Auto Uioen Os the Sdi-' only form of gaiety he ha drawn' can -be done at the military off!- ar Herbert Hoover, Jr.,
S esursnce O the l once-powerful position of the massive funds- the line on doing the mazhbo. I her's clubs or t rted. Before the alert he rode
Cotda*t -"entertainment a n d. whclh can go anywhere except i. The other niglt at a dane given I That's why the hotels are ro- d al elevator from his fifth
movir industry apparatus, which back into the companies' treas- by the Uruguayan embassy Zarou- testing to Distri t liquor offilals l suite. This was strictly
snared so many internationally Jurles. Incideotally, the money bin was the center of interest, and to Conglms. More and sore against the rules. Theoretically the
known personalities into fronting must be held in cash or gover- dressed in a well-cut white dinner, entertaining by government off elevators were reserved for the
ror the p"ty causes, aire movie ment bonds-no Wall Street in- jacket, pouring down the cham-'dcals st being done at officers' wounded.
i aastgj aJy .Ralph- Belamy,'vestments. 'p e and going after the turkey clubs. And, increasingly, hostesses --
SIaym d Mseye, Margelo G1 i --.. andham like a veteran. But ev-, are gnor the hotels and using The British Embassy has finally
S ore a.d others of their fame. The top waterfront Commuwist erytime someone suggested he such swank diggings as the recognized the plight of the stag
First step -will be aai-tf rt to and the tol muscle-man on the u1 -? the mambo, e refused. Street Club for their parties. Ifeales at l a par -And there are
create oe big entWtasm tamt waterfront ave vmet. The inlr- I That could have e because Innkeepers gripe that the mil. lety of the. m Te -embassy has
S union of all ho appear mediary was a fellow named ath' n uic was furni d by the tary clubs don't have to pay the deAgnated its male staff members
o. S i television, other elec- Cbarles Velfon, ow living 'ad U.S. Air Force Band whose mom- same taxes as botel. and that the as "spotters" or "first-aid" men.
tr. .ioc radeastidg devie, on the working freely in Brooklyn. On ber kept a. hostile eye on him. private clubs don't have licenses When they see a lonely dame
S aceen ad Int a and May .6, 1952 a congressional con- Ike may draw a little water for this kind of party business. wandering around without a drink
e field. This would give mitte asked Velson: I around this town. And George -- or conversation, they move in to
the lCommunist stare 1 "0,\001 ~Have you ever engaged fi nFy hrey may control the purset Assessing the success of the re- offer both. The 'drink problem for
-; ,roowir- fame [mn; -m -subversive activities against thIs s. Blt they're currentlycent civil defense exercise which a Ione female at party is especi.
Thr the am at glamor al ot. d Ut-tnme compared. .. to. John sent 15,000 top U.S. offleiAls to ally tuagh. At iot receptions you
S aa iu and internatd' nally| took the fifth amendment, Spender, Jr., son of the Austral-nidc eout out of tow.- for three hAv to Be football player to
-kpwar faces and voices, the one refusing to answer lest he -. !im asambasador; John Stennis, dja's, the government workers left buc the crowd around the bar.
big en etainment unio could be-'criminate himself. son of the Mississippi senator, and' behind agree that it s the great- ..--
come a terrific anti Communistj He was then asked: Maurice and John Hearne, sons of eat idea for improving working Here's one Rep; Sidney R. Yates
force in Asia anl Africa as well I "Are you an agent of the RuA. the Irish ambassador. conditions since the advent of the (0-IU) likes to tell when asked a *
where our "diplomats" have (Siled sian o e ent either directly or avebeencoffee break. I stupid question. President Coolidge
S win friends. Just watch this inr.c The handsome lads have been The benefits on employee morale was once asked' by a visitor
develop... e reused to answer-on the rated the prize catches of the year of getting the bosses out of town whether the people-wjere he came
..... -- .n .- ,same grounds. Velson has on_- by the deb-crw, and if on or for a few days might end up be- from said, "A ben lays or a hen
ll_ th.at money, whiLh big tinued to roam freely threu1h411he re of then doesn' show at a 'ing fr greater than those nmgine Ilies." .
on. mos r aike in m multi New.York. Philadelphia and iing-out party, the poor girl for civil defense prepardin.ss. "The people where I come
p. million dollar strike fUas may be ton waterfront- .. t just as well retire to the? 'You could have been j Russian from," replied Coolidge, "lift her
declared taxable by the Internal -- .. hills.. __*11_ -general, charged into the Penta-'up to see."
S. Revenue Service-if the money is -The nation s Lp labor leaders- ---. .. ..... ....---___ ,,
actuallyy distributed to strikers, now believe they have a deal for
S There is an old Treasury Dept. the passage of a law raising the -
ruling which says that benefits re- minimum wage fronf 75 cents a#
ceived by a striker should be in- hour to $1..
viude in$e uhionists' gross tax-'--""" "Y o
S ablem i ombn. I The AFL Teamsters and the l- in lI II H I II
Walter Reuther's Auto Union Ias, dependent International Tbngshor- ,
S 25,000,000 in its war chest The men's Assn. have set July 1 fof .
CIO's Comm nations Workers the formal s ing 'of a mutual THE BROADWAY home n opening nights. It avs ye ago. .Dring rehearsaL 3
are raising $4000,000. The CIO's assistance pae an orsg BATTA.EIiD hme Mheada and ti bcomp sve Ode ts noticed Tallulah Banhea
Electrical Workers are getting up drive in and around southern a& ehpoliteneqaof m fr m ds. .. Op e- pentiMn deletons in- his scrip
.26,000,00 for a possible strike at Gulf ports. The Teamsters ha 1 Lights and music mingle with onglights are a combination df p I fford promptly declared war.
G e pr a Electric in Septimber.' agreed topay som oe 00 worth the shzdcws and thunder in the sadism and barbarism. What is "If you everso much as touch .
T funds are.1n a snal perf .of the Lgahoremen's union l"nTreaflm of'greasepaint. .Those who always surprising to me is howmy script without my consent,"
f the seeres of millions rlse 'overdue bill and other debt scale the hammeringg summit br the meat case-hardened s ccumb be explded, "I'll slap-you in the .
ptnd dislsed id the past, seludIng over 94,*00 to John iungen the darkness are edqgg- to the inlanceritles of their tends mouth."
..e 'vr er Defore taxed. Now the Lewis' miners .... d in constant struggle. he on opening night." .
Treasmuryis consider nj applying u atlgeo ts are personal, emotion- Fortunately, Odets wasnot coin.
the a10 ruling.. Suddenly the AFL's usually little- al or artistic- Fr eq ueIa t is The 4develomamnt fL. c itmU polBd to n c vle. For
S- ublicied Amalgamated Ass. ofrepre te by a perfotme defy- has ade fortuate th i rClifford, since
eIfor, tudate h.'aer.pClifford,since
It's a thing to say about Street. Electric and Motor Coach ing rebokes-. shows such Is Man thiade his claws. hisevolt-, Tlu hits ale a movie hero.
the pros friendly natidn,-Opera tors have become- mighty ;"Ankes Aweih" f Wvnth uaa l ceie his cl ver; This v o
but I e nt Gloivannam .tbant. The union Is'ful- of newIar.en" Mepfsg edits i2t expli eluded erles. saT '
Geonehi and inimatexamickseand ow kes. t might be thse h....e- aner ager~ hich enabled- the caveman Critics raruip write plays-sinace
onnecti o to men in the Detroit. for example, It has d- versus romance conflict s h As to survive appears equallyy essen- i,' sqfdr t a Member of the
Soviet world-apparaus. Therp are mandel that the greyhound Bus Debbie and Eddle. a t.e are til estee o ritiss u.the target.
e in New York and Rome who Company put hostesses on ts times whon lA .eme p aud- Their. vi ~ lt nayu stream 9 some ave taken the
know of Gronci's relations with buses "to make travel more ice.. ,Ethel Batry h aT- pvac ITher ha of:prokog ... seseneag
.the Italian Copmunist labor lead-,oleoaant"-and to wake m or e curately reported: "ta e~* aoth atsk. The rof i alrseasons ao
i- ors wbo kav" a itafed snd sabo- jobs, of course. I. a-great.demonstration of sound to been t o v when a si cl ic t challenged hi
S tt ed tife U. and NATO. The union noy threatens to convey to as actor's m that he n it 'w M fIto with"Season in
t'so r of.... y a Es ..Tn'o "-'_ TV-t herHe'olaJ Nh rcanl
ts .been overlooked--bUt Gron, strike Washington, D.C.'s Capit6Fconveyti an actor's m thd t he He an H ". .G r Jean Natha
ea is iinself Ian l1d labor agder. Transit Lines, owned by Lous i a success or a fal i. The Be ie .e ,,,,...ee e -, -m nd 1"reca |
He word e.lsely .with Comrade Wolfon, who made the sDeetac- is no sound so terrible an actlr "Ours= is a democracy. s th whent ib a reviewed one
Di Vittorio, bead of the Comnru- ular bMontgomery Ward fight. The as silence". Then tbere's t nhi ..can.- e. bA-A t the of, hi. o, T stressed his
,,ttItalian Cotfersation of L.bor rn'mion wants more money, and courage of the lone backer 6f gin of'Eva Taua. I nevr c c flan concluded'
which i1 trying to.dhive us out of Wolfson is standing 'pat. The new revue "Almost Crazy" ( w sa is. atrylng to be w ta .ast: "When I
Itn". Groinrhi Was .mini-er of people- who runm oUr p-' ror' ut kiahomillloneire, who Inves a innvay r rt favp a the bounder'
labor in 154, w-en the Commu- may b- walking or 'ithing rides ,0ooo 00 it and put up Anotht 4, "asa .a bo .. 'Woe It is eight and
nists w re mn the government. by next week. b after the, jotices. I"- th -. r-- sleritlc, have all the
S. ,, -.. soet~~ catredi to ,a Ings hb says I have."
Answer for Sunday, May 22. Cryptoqs--OU The ereatUe artist's imagination dOed'? : *.Saw ce quipped:
SCARLET RUNNER IS A HI LMBX- is never a on.-ombatam. It is llsn ea3 returned th eot.('A drmate rtitic # a man who
SrROPICAL 'PLANT B OA'f i" NG B I T Br onstanl bttl g for:the ma ik- a oa Au ib t ad."
4 aeaat-5- -. .,-.aveyou"
has. bo sonifled by PaulMwart t jb I, rev r s hammered
,. .B, R |9 -: .. His ninend preoeualtifo. pl :h o h er p o l. i dalIma John wyibeak retail,
masteringg a role and h pro e -arJ.o. a ol*f-eated With .a i r: "'Oane
|des e.to. gin the .ltimat.-'-ap r 4-#.u .! r .
AL I UeMunmi his own iaev dat rit i rea m s'vebea atr- thlslaq e ns "ran '~ a
gro iover, .t ha. n4ei- ,.a a ha maoisei. reele .lble
lifted 't~ satisfactlon of f. -. ea AiReJ4 t eout
S secondary to. pert- nuc g e beat., to Ieve to p no. oave shown
lIfled th .utisfaction o fame .... ... -iL If the play,. obscure or
Following his triumph I "Inher t It has been said that the strength reilliterate or In bad taste this
the Wind," Muni cuinfeised to Z of critic iWOB in the weakness wm#b he .in"J able. hut It
Sainterviewer: "I haven't bad .U of the dt- critaeL By t w ws the "maa thd and tb&
th e pleasure, quite thei boot 1rom same token a reviewer's aWpproval' nd. g l e- d fulminated
success that others get. Many.Merely reflects the sWIl those them. not ivestigate the
things I find difflmult to c*.laih. who nspire it In qtber w *r-at hem&e lI t 4 why they were
to myself. I nevey wanted to be erit's esteem Is tot sf- go asgr, It 'wus not that tipor.-
a star. I am still happier In the a Mrdwee victory,.. s itu. "" -
aundleme than on the stage.". Pelrey Heammond sfelvM first-nights. a .s,yoU OI nete i treat erf lrs, he- i ,s bthe- ba"ll .,- has never .
et/ahds .e, thap are sary to thak at a g l do- 0 4. V ''s danaj g
a involvi actors- ..s. I wa.L yol or 0y t. e a -mlad sdflmod because
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that the bill would set up a military and bureau al-
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have announced that they'll fight rearmament right
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tion of the second largest party in Adenauer's govern-
mert,, the free Denmorats. They have announced their
dislike f certain rearmnent provislaOft too. I -'
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question or.hetnerthe federal or state government
will control the nqw- Amy. Eearller this month, the
upper house of th German parlament tossed back the
volunteers bill it objected that the rights of indi-
vidual stateLswere not taken into consideration.
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has tried to meet these fears by assuring lawmakers
tha% the proJected Germaan armed foreso-till be-run
democrsatilly. Bank says parliamentary control will
be i guaranteed.
Rghnow, plars for West Germany's eventWl con'
trlbutont to NATO call for a 12-division army, total-
Itog a lpe 370,000 rnea. Also in the works isa tactical
airforce of some 70,000 men and more than 1300 planes.
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teg hi ar monhp. The government says all man.
b .8 Ymd 4. will be eligible for the draft, but
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teSdeturs wrote the last chapter In the story of a.
marine Who oled searching lor two missing buddies in
Japan. '
They -found the leatherneck's body on the volcamner
slope 6(Mounot Mrlhra,- seme 60 miles south of To-
kyo.. -The rMnatns were i the wreckage of the fly-
er's Jet fighter-bomber. The-.airman crashed into the.
volahto after a doud bank closed in around him.
Now a ziamsve air and sea .search is continuing for,
the two Marine fhers who disappeared in the area.
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Russia 1as come through with the first installment
of tne 800 world 'ar two lend-ease ships she has a-
greed toTreturn to the United States.
Fourteen naval craft seedy looking. despite their
new coats or paint were' towed into tie harbor of
the West German port of Kiel. Each was flying the
Russian hamer and sickle. Thirteen of them were
torpedo bsfe and one was a 60-ton submarine dhaser.
The RUsulans after years of fruitless distusqon -
signed a act in Washington last may agreeing -to re-
turn of the vessels
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The Chinese Communists say their police ase ab-
dowing the five UN turncoast who have chosen to re-
turn,home.- .... -
Red China says the soldiers three Americans and
two Belgians have been living a bit too'high...
staying out late a. tight and drinking in Peiong baB.
The Reds explain that because of this "disorderWl"
conduct the Chinese Red Cross will no lonr be
a t J~repndbItmy for the men's a -- t--
iheir tNS rtrlalss f Zir ar
TangarlWN 0- s possible.
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A compromise military reserve bill has done one of
the jobs It'was irflgned for...
it 9C trl gh a .ruecal vote In nthe hodse.
f An naoredt-"y Adanr Clayton Po-
.well o WK aftem would have barred ra-
cial segregation in the national Guard.
Powell's amendment was adopted last month for the
administration's original reserve bill and that vote
let to the shelvin, f the re.
% pau"Aed ervieS
rt K- ile.."aant
epgreEation. Vinson's blBd not involve the National
Guard -oi so many words.
However. Congressman Powell one of three Me-
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Patty lerg. won
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tije he hO lo, tB title, the 11th fifje he'dJthbbt
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re~ereei k f l, the other Jde oted fl.rhith;
T l had mBoth aad on points
the .nner and .w lijhtweiglt champion... Wal-

Eea. we t.r, mi .,4Urrlaf.ie" Jackson avenged
and erlcr nioss nnig a. unanimus decision over
YiMay ad M OaM;.a-nlgh.at New ork.
tade up.et laekip in April, 1954, tgt he was no
match for the fre -swtnglwn heavyweight Monday
night. There were no knockdowns, but 8lade1*11 to
the canvas In the eighth round after missing a punch.
Jackson weighii 195 apd one half pounds... Slade
seqled ;83 and one half.


Veteran Papoy. Oault Monday scored a technical
knockout over Jimnmy Calcutt of Florence, South Caro
.. ,
,OGault th.Jormer Nort. America btan welt
champion -.opened a deep cut over Calc
and was awarded a TKO when the referee, f
let Calcutt answPd the bell for the third r ladon
About four-thousand Tans were on band to
Stwo batamweight meet for a second time.
fight, Gault eketsloned his younger rivalC
night's bout was r-cheduled for 12 rOunds.,-
SThe governor of Pennsylvania George;t '
Indicates he may extend the 90-day banz
N1s state.
SThe ban I* due to. expire August 8th.
says it is -a saft assumption 4the ban will


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SThe Wew 7k ItfA i c mmlplon resumed
a tnvetlgatn Inr box ing onday... and prompt.
y suspended, Loua managers.
Zndefito .u suensons wont to. Custer .P'Amato.
* srlev iauer, Btby Nelson .Boeby Melnrk. All
fused to answer neatlome-f Mthe New York chap-
r pf1. tbe-Intetfltional Boxing Guild... an organ-
tton of fight inagaqers.
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nme .
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