The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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t Photos Forbidd Pacific Canines Will Watch E is en ho

At Unseg ig For Dog Catcher This Week
ATLA)'A, July 23--(UP)- It has been a dog's life for the will make its headquarters at
Chalrian George P. Whitman past week for the canine pets of the Locks Warehouse Building
J./ decreed "no pictures" today residents of the Canal Zone 4t- No. 336 in Paralso, July 26; the
fit a non-segregated meeting of lantic side, and it will be more Pacific Bakery Building at La
Negro and white members of a of the same for the dogs living Boca July 27 and the Balboa
conference committee on educa- on the Pacific side this week. Stadium in Balboa July 28. iI
tion.1 More than 340 dogs received The hours are from- 10 to 1
their annual rabies vaccinations and from 3 to 5 each day.
Newsmen were allowed to at- and registrations last week This will be the last chance
tend the meeting of the Georgia when a team composed of a vet- for Zone residents to have pets
Committee on the White House erinarian of the Division of Vet- registered and inoculated in one
Conference on Education. erinary Medicine, an assistant operation at a convenient site
However, when a photogra- and a registrar from the License in their own, towns.
pher from a Atlanta televis- Bureau made a round of Atlan- GENEVA, July 23 (UP)
on station tried to take pic- tic communities. The annual vaccination and ers broke through their dea
tures, Whitman said: "We're This week the team will start registration of dogs in the Ca-
not going to have any pictures operation on the Pacific side nal Zone was instituted two spokesman said they reachi
made in here." and during the week will visit years ago. Regulations require The breakthrough camI
four Canal Zone communities. that all dogs will be licensed.
Whitman, chairman of the 30- More than 550 dogs were reg- Two vaccinations are adminis- sessions lasting a total of fo
member planning committee, istered and vaccinated during tered free of charge but a $2 fee Details of their agreed
later declared he wanted the the regular campaign last year LT charged for registration.
Committee's operations to be and it is expected that a similar The vaccination team is com- immediately. But they presu
TE U.S.S. NEWPORT newest cruiser n the U. Navy, is one of the mot modern war- "fair, democratic with all the number, possibly more, will be posed of Dr. K. C. Zimmerman, future discussion of these t
THE U.S.S. f NEWPORTe wes ve a-esriselt in theqU.SNayipp oedowith vtl als ngd you a cards face up on the table." handled this year on the Paci- veterinarian of the Health Bu-
ships afloat. The isevenr ar-old vessel is mh a r tly equipped wi th virtually all iving nd The committee, appointed by fic side. reau, George M. Pervin of the 1) German unification.
working spaces air-co one makingher as comfortable as she is lethal Goy. Marvin Griffin, made plans Registration on the Pacific LicenseSection and a local-rate u
for two state-level conferences start Monday at 10 in the old assistant, who helps in handling 2) A European security
13 on education leading up to a na- Gamboa police station. The team the dogs. 3 Disarmament.
tional conference in Washington
13OI0ddies Hit Colon Tomoffrow ...
SL A white conference will be
irten U.S. Navy hips will arrive in Colon tomorrow for a four-day good-will held at the University of Geor-
vt as a part of a training and education cruise for more than 1300 Naval Reserve Nero conference at Fort Valley
officer Training Corps' midshipmen from 5 2 United States colleges and universities. College Sept. 30-Oct. 1.
31. The meeting today was order-
Rear Adm. E. S McLean, Jr., public and athletic contests have uncle-Father Paulinos, Pana- ly with both Negroes and white
commander cruiser divisionTwo, beenarranged. ma; Midshipman P.O. Willauer persons entering into the discus-
U.S. A ran leet, is command- aunt-Mrs vid r C.Z;
, ig a"-Mr- dleradshipmen at- dsin s
XWMPo:I Rtul mn f ttl1-To"1 sCharlie aret cousins na r The only mention of segrega-
cru le loatlie. listed as havMiig relatives in Pan- C.Z.: Midshipman H. A. Zuber tion came from She erd Bald-
Headed the flagship., JeSS ama and the Canal Zone: cousiniD. L. Linido, Panama.' ion of lledev le during a
r indta m n A nel Midahi an 8. D, na discussion of federal aid to %d-
,H"en 0kBaldwin said the committee .,
yUgIly9 ^ SiMia FrulenS d wn tob
eerpand, C. Badg- th oc. dhp. wether we want the federal
er and Ot destroy- man A. Hyer, couin--Clair and Mrs. H. government to go into education.
er and ^^* *HI HB er co Wrl J:.t H Elroyi W-. If they're goLnegto do It anyhow,
or escorts, th D.' B1ckwad, Godby, Balbo; Midshipman D. nsipman F. K. eusin- Ihey're going to do it anyhow,
Greenwood arid M. Manuel; W. Mellh y, parents-Mr. and Cpl. M. C. Frant Fort I don't h want any strings at-d."
three high speed transports, the Mrs. Pranklin cIlhenny, Dia- Midshipman W. L., Cm "We'rche getting twice as much
Burdo, Caxrpellotti aind Klein- blo; Mdshipman I. E. McGnty, cousin-D enny L nd, P ure of a state dollar as a
smith; and the fleet oilerPaw- Midshipan E. M n, usn- nn do, AW, otfa stat odol l ars
catuck. federal dollar," he added. "I'm
afraid Congress will attach a
Cruise Charlie, the third mid- segregation, string to federal
shipman summer practice cruise money.
of 1955, departed Norfolk, Va.,"If they push the state of
JulY 18. Georgia too hard, I know and
The practice cruises are the you know we'll go to private
maor operational training phase schools. In that case, white per-
tiof undergraduate naval educa- schools and colored people would
They provide sea experience run their own public schools, re-
to round out profenitonal stud- ceiling the federal money."
les and to introduce midship-
men to life aboard a man-o-
war, with the main character- Beaut"ful German
stic-"imearning by doing." EVERYONE ganged up on "Trixie" the other day when she was taken to the Fire Station in
Each midshipman, integrated U Gatun to receive her annual rabies vaccination and registration. Looking unhappy about the
Uto the ship's battle organiza- d d o c U whole thing, Trixie is shown here being held by her young owner, Ginger Thomas, while Dr.
tion, tbecomeshi a member of a i *i R d' C", .Kenneth C. Zimmerman, veterinarian with the Canal Zone Health Bureau, gives her an ino-
closely cooaiordinated team. f SpyingInU.S culation. Ginger's father, G. G. Thomas, of GOtun. (left) gives his daughter a helping hand.
battle station assignment. he is
also assigned to various stations 23'T FRANKFURT, Germany, uuly
and watches under instruction, F 23, (UP) A beautiful, red-
as he rotates through the three haired German divorcee, onceo w er d epr
phases devoted to operations, employed as a stenographer at a
engineering and gunnery. U.S. air base here, was sentenced .
The cruise affords actual Jun- to prison for 17 months yester-
tor officer training for midship- day as a spy for 1theRussians.r Jig h tu ctio
men first class who will be com- Ursula Schmidt, 28, broke
missioned officers upon gradus- down and wept when sentence
tion from c college in June, 1956. was passed by German Judge WASHINGTON, July 23 (UP) Air Secretary Harold E. Tal- It was designed to carry atom-
pMcLean, as commander of the Englebert Pawlitt, who said she -The Air Force, moving anew bott told the Senate Appropria- cle weapons on missions of its
midshipmen cruise,t will make had been an "important" figure to counter Russian airpower tions Committee last month a own or to escort Strategic Air
civil and military :talls while 1i in Soviet spy operations in Ger- strides announced today it step-up had been proposed In Command bombers over great
Colonand social funiber of offns h Ave bne many. plans to produce a new all- the F-101 and F-104 programs, ranges.
planned social funor e officers and e "Your beauty made you espe- weather jet interceptor fighter. Defense Secretary Charles-N. The Russian displays appar-
planned for ficersandcially dangerous," the judge It also will step up production Wilson told reporters only last ently convinced top air leaders,
members of t/he I sert =ndsaid. Fraulein Schmidt actually of another jet fighter which can week, however, that plans for however, that the urgent need is
Water the fety aul re- will spend only 15 months in streak through the skies at twice speeding up production of the for a supersonic interceptor ca-
etio ATIn Colon, the prison. Two months were lopped the sped of sound. two planes had not reached him able of dealing with new heavy
tasfor will deprt Jna. ly off her sentence to allow for The Air Force, which previous- yet. Soviet jet bombers.
time she spent in jail pending ly had ordered a 35 per cent The Air Force announcement
D ng their stay in the Canal investigation. speedup in production of B-52 said Wilson had approved the The Air Force is developing a
go e the midshipmen will be en- The five-man court headed by hydrogen bombers, told the new speed-up. radical, supersonic intercept er
tertained at a reception tomor- Pawlitt found the shapely frau-HMe F-102. which has a delta
row atthe Officer's Mess, Cocohae House and Senate Appropria-
ow at the Officer's Mess, Coco lein guilty on charges she and a tions Committees no additional The F-101 is powered by two (triangular wing. But its Id-
Solo, on Tuesday at a tea dance boy friend passed U.S. military funds would be needed for the Jet engines delivering 10 001 vanced nature has posed produc-
at the Officer's Mess, Coco Solo. TWWO- NE-Milie Clyde, 11, of Leavenworth,KaVC display secirdets to a Russiari spy. ,and wThetionrefetepon n dproly the hste acobit is on problems and it will not goh'
on Wednesday at a tea dance atMwhat" 0-he says a toto-potato vine, which he grewKin thediEpnay family ser tan rusin F e. a ne eti roram. ponun n ofsthrsta oh to s ction p nrob ditwil n
the Ary, Navy Club, Fort Am- gaden plot. In his it hand are three small, hard, green tomatoes the spy, Karl Kubisch, have been in and out of the Defense De- plane in its stage of production year or two.
te ,4thnarthesml Ine. h e l convicted and imprisoned. Fel- apartment over improved Rus- anywhere in the world. The F-104 Is a new departure
drhe will 4if atn Loc attached to the end ot~he stalk.rAt the opposite end are two m large "er-eceveda i t en an-onmoBers a e tnf iagircaft design.p rhavinr ex-
for orientation fpottotence by cooperating with U displayed in recent air shows dtremel e small. thin. straight

publcorneoyears ago, but was de- jets and a Soviet version of the judge told a husband seeking ney
ported lastyear at U.A. request ocean-sa i Boooo a e a reconcilat hlye to by rocket-powered research
.and arre stewhen she landed in d coe bac o co

.. to a recital of Fraulein Schmidt's now is being built as a long- said.
"life history." range escort fighter for the H t
He said she told the court she Strategic Air Command. Empha- Heated Comploint The reguear ma ne ofr iocal
always has felt herself to be sis now shifted to the "more ur- 176. American federation of
sians since they arrested her on 2. A new model of the F-101 cult Judge Robert M. Toms took at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
undisclosed charges in 1950 and day fighter which will go into under advisement yesterday the Diablo Clubhouse..
held her prisoner for 12 days. production "sooner than was hot weather complaint of Mr. Accomplishments on the bill
The indictment charges Felker originally planned".and at a and Mrs. Walter Strauss against Ifor Canal Zone technical eng--
and Fraulein Schmidt gave Ku- higher monthly rate. their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. neer registration and other mat-
bisch information on "troop The F-101 is said by authori- Sydney Moss. terms of interest wilt be discussed
movements, sketches of the U.8. tative quarters to be the first I Charter memb shlp is still
------ --- air base located at Landstuhl combat plane able to fly double The Strausses asked that the open and all Interested engi-
ThtY IW O DOuA. wotl po t, '.JL k.,;and .... telephone directories of the speed of sound. That would Mosses be enjoined from using 'neers are invited $o talk over
I Le. LS ot a p, t a e f rious military installation of be 130 miles an hour at and( an air conditioner at night be- the benefits of or nized labor
ranl he l military Gern y.. above 35,000 mtes Iuause it made too much noise, as it applies to theS portion.

IOWA CITY, Iowa, jf
(UP i- Officials at the C
Jaill said Wayne Lumpa, 11
only broke out of jail l
lated the rules of chivalry J
inp so.
They said Lumpa
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- The Big Four summit
dlock today and a Wa
ed agreement on all points'
e at the end of two secret
ur and three-quarter hours.
lent were not made known
mably covered directives. -
hree points:

President Eisenhower took "O6
for home at 7:33 p.m. I
Acting assistant press secr
tary A. Wayne Hawks said
Washington that the
dent's arrival will be "open to
the public."
He said "dozens" of calls ba
come to the White House ain
about the President's arrival
and If it would be open to
As a result, Hawks said, the
White House made public tbe
route which the President IU
follow fro t aUrport to
White q-. i t

Memorto Consttu
nue, and on to the Wh
The President. Mrs. E
er and their son, Maj. 3 j is-
enhower, are expected to be with

2 Panama Youths

To Allttend Scout

Meeting In Canada -
Two Panama Boy Scouts ae
scheduled to leave by plane nxt
Wednesday, bound for the
World Boy Scout Jamboree t10.
held this year In Ontario,
The lads are Tomas Ale
der, 16 and Donaldo Taman -
who will participate in the S
boree, together with an
ated 15,000 boy scouts fro
over the world.
This is the second time
Panama is sending a conti
The first time boys from
went was last year to Finln K
Both scouts are beinr glyv
courtesy trip as far as Mi
the Panama National ai
APA. There they will join a-foe
lombian group of scouts and v
drive to Canada by bus.

House Eyes Cuts

In Foreign Aid BE
-Key House members w
today they will insist on r
Ing big cuts they made in f
for the President's foreign a
program despite the Senate's ao-
tion in restoring most of '9t,
Chairman Clarence Caned
(D-Mo I of the House AppropraI-
tions Committee said he wa".'_
necially determined to hold oIt
for a House-voted $420.00Q,
cut in direct military aid.
The Senate voted 62-22 laIs
night to approve a $3.205Si.
750 measure to provide a
money for another year of
eign military and economloi
The House voted onlv $21
741,750. which was $W27
less than the total request
President EIsenhower. The
ure is destined for a He u
ate conference committee, whl
will work out a compromise gi
ure-but apparently only
heated closed-door battllnI,'
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an the intanttor a dictaphone.
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in the toward copart meni or bridge. I spoke with-
clarity into the tube. Davis no sign of recognition.
I "I conclude Ae was not as as I with modern
living. In the Air Force you mostly ave to yell when you
want anything done, rather than speaking calmly into a
dictaphone. '
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sound barrier they speak of in connection With these
lets," I-observed agreeably to Bakker, who gave" the
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of solicitude. Nothing like a whiff of the stuff to stiffen
the sinews.
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'Constience Fund' Offerings

Total $1.8 MI n Si, 1911

orwaled recent rm .dge-" n.*o seat_ the 9 treasury $ be-
o Ta. J.'without nY a a- cause. her husband had
splanation, a "id no bet oan accurate in filing
at tit U.. t T asury. the income tax return.
Department a'een ap- Two-oet Gift
y accepting cotriutions since Some contributors send -.ot a
1911. word of explanation with their
All eash received in this man- nations. In most cases, donors
Ser s entered1 in the treasury' pefer -to remain anonymous.
"conaosle fulnd" and,. jadt as The" usual contribute ranges
oter ~vnaemment revenue, is con- fro. $5 to $10 and comes anony-
aidered expendable. At last count, mously from a small town.'
total contributions to the fund -
imore than 5,00 of them The smalhlest contribution, two
adoukat& to $1,805,258. cents, came from a little girl who
i0 regular a r 4 "coiselence coafessed she had muIlsed a two-
fund" contributions, about one a cent stamp. An anonymous person,
week, that eatmates for them ap- appar .the possessor of an ex-
di j Je fe .Uet.' 5,-.t`re itive conscience, for-
Th 'fuand d river s -hi/ f 4i "llnk i .
he fact, that many of i. contri A large contribution. occasional-
t ate moved to action by 1y touches off a government leaves.
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SEDIBURcG, 'Te. -(UP) -
EdinburF Fire Chief Elbert San.
ders claie ms to have madelthe long.
est fire run in the world. Sanders
-was driving to a firemen's con-
mvention in Carthage, Tez.-moret
500 miles from Edinburg-wheP
he noticed a night-time blase at a
filling, station. Sanders woke up
the owner and helped hm put out
th- lire.
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science stricken taxpayer who,
it was learned, wAs actually en-
titled to an $11000 tax-refund.
Biblical qutatlon., "Blessed
are the pure in heart, for they
shall see God," accompanied a $2
contribution by an Indiana man
some. time baec. And a British
clergyman forwarded $14,000 for
an unidentified church member
who could not live with a con-
science that continually reminded
him of his past as a smuggler.

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wing ateismrmeWOtRMs. tlmee of a besfad as they do
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By GAYNOR MADDOX A young z omeU making *frie
NEA Food and Markets Editor ef mine spent 13 hours in time
S .l .. and about 10 In cash to make a

combination of chocolate marine, 1 cup sugar .1 ejar-at- camh, eurea andr lean -t 11 b
,e cream, served with imag- en; 1 teaspoon vanR ia, cam skirt or her tiny daughter's -
produces a surprise long cream. room.
ormber. Sft togth er coco. a flour. She has an automatic si zag
RoCream butter'and sugar. Add eggs attachment f or, her g l. ma-
Vernon, N. Y.. told us about and mix thorou"hly. Add cocoa-. hine w h h e sed. f e6 ey
Spr acticalpa p ner, flour mature and mi well. Sti. t. .
arm weather Mrs. Watson h rami ice cam wel AuM, parties wm
w g swee bthat required. s in vanilla. Pobur into greased or rk-rac br. A a r at her e eeg s it i m be W a r
la l sweet imat requfrt 9-inch pie pan. local aewg center showed her de pt saves humm ...Cw.-dle_ degn 4.... bAtor __ .
ra shop g time or effort how to na _mthe best use of her ti.t .s wQ g riea M se semsmtpate by e wa re_ dlrbpx 1 e wits *e
naists a- ripy base that Bakein moderate oven (3 de. attachments tosave tiUme..- 11you wtelgL ,-.VAV"
on a new cocoa es ecially uts'r an have a new attaj*ae1s .her a
for baking. These brownie green F.) 35 m m .....'oruntilin-..ic.att....e.t.setfore1to.,
served cake tester comes out clean. vice is t t lea o titch- Matching jilow cases in ade the atoipati to si
served ar a Cut in wedges and serve warm, use them s the inch, stitch the. rk-rackifn the odr print wa pro tb- raded oyea he t..tur n.
of lee cream ave t atp topped with aecoops of ice cream. To make the pretty spread, to r ce the stching lines. a tlet need a em. Allow aoPrnt w tte. kp ai. acrs sudr
f novelty. Serve fragrant ar the ar e ter of the pel and e*tra inches around the pillow r' ,line ,and down the
freshl mae-fe. Although'-this- ewcocoaisn.- Israr-40 th been ter
ree ma for baking purposes. tdoubleth iiv toA a t theflce so the ea and make case about elbt On the folded to se
olno rce ram as "aa a e .entace. .l... teiflounce one-ihe longer.than the pillow. dlb h i at to sd
(6wto Sse Crvns Ple lfor those who have a Ispecally'Io9m the etri o fourth inch ia from the edge. Line ITo make curtains, 1 *a aU re! top hem. across curtain. Run Ius-
third cup cocoa. e g s w for thoseoth, who hav cocoa sauce to i py sa to make the to of the tIe center markings and pin depth of wipows ibiom t h other line of stitching about a.:
flour, d cup butteror mar- thee bownie Icea cram piue. to I d. 'Plece together the panels, Untto panel, right sides to- mash to sil. Cut fm the top go inch above the he o. This give
S tter ormar thisme so e sue ca e s extra inches for tuck- ether. Bate, then stitch. If you order design mathes the widthlyou casin and he for the
flour, up this screame sauce can yo be do not make n at t ttb .r.r the joining seam with rick- of the border on the bed. Fold a curtain. Te dressing-table skirt
ice .cream. wheeuyoudo not me Trim the selvages, pin raw dS- rack, it's a goo idea to use the two-inch hem at the top and pramss.-Is made the same way, ,. e pt
the Arpwp ap. .ancdteh it r b'1 1gt attahment again for ex- Tumn raw ege at a sides to t.m that an ex tra row or sick-rack Is
te0 i014- P1isd 0 h -42 semsa 01 ...t. t oediNre eeMs, right side and press. Again used added to the tgp.
o~'soNd, l.eIrssUP

or women look.. at teea-ag*-
a~k*i .d -of d0Agea-

T ov iow lt's ell sd'iou n
Voe loug ladier wBt i r t;
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thing that: rfely 'dt *sil .'.t.-" -
is trying to-dd years via L f i
eauty route. LOW 1gaiNA.kl
Nails on a gal applyling for
it's job only prove that
foolish and impractical, nl .
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tup only ooks pathetic on When the new baby om0 s
h. young face. home, many mothers o.
abora, pUed-high hltr- babrIes let the father te
Mnt mae one look more night-lime feedings.. Other
Wd mature. And peraUy, ere who are hopelesry
Wt unbecoming to e'toen in the I e --, Biht on s~M eep W
b are a few simple way. to two longer in the morning,
p race of responsible -- .. ,
: no bobby socks and uun. The mesetost days of life ars'
baler., but medium heels moving days, they're the ont
itokings; a dress or suit just before baby masters the In
, than a cottCon peasant tricacles of the spoon. Big hand
i and full skirt; conservative f'*. of ofatmel go through ,t.
Sand hae t; under played. air. chunks.of egg land on to
; a quiet, relaxed ce; io. mi. is over all. but i,,
Pa posture. "soon over.


M:.e Ek f Sy Women Have A Lof to
..MASH.NGTON .-4- A) -Let' nd a and varied diet," ex- op rtunhi
ima to applies not on- and ha' a
bout the C'ahri d feeding ofl food but to' emotional mat- This nrqai

hortf deafdrWr t -ubj]eet;" tion. *" m. m

innng on
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If either one or both is du
and routine, then the husband a
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S taking a high death toWl of crea-
ta C oo 00tivean ta ed ong en. She
,- must not stand by and let this'
\ happen. She must put more time
Sand thoughtinto the clre and feed.-
e are among us eol crea-Ilight, freshly ironed clothes that n thof in husband.r nd feed-
ey seem tobecol thearent tight orhot looking, it. "A woman should give us.
w bor. Thber it books like it's going to be A wo n should ive her us
6. better tdhey like it. If scorcher.
sperature. t de-1 Dry f1 by patting, not rubble
abivtr.te don'tneed Make an ally of cologne or NewM Fr er" C a
d e gBowir sachet. A co l aroma pa=ss a- '
ret 'of J sbv-a problem round the fcltion that you're cool
of eeluu comarta- as a Catesmelon. One stick per- A hI
idays ast ICa te i ide fume a ik case makes / oq ian
m a seem like Para- the skin cool while it adds a-
R Oler we MetL and the romsa. I ON,
we strain abut the ter- Unravel for a while before
ire a!d humidity, the more dinner. If you've a hammock ori Today's homemaker puts her
Mpers fray.- a deck chair, lie quietly in the.' hands thorough tougher paced
rit easy- a little each day shade and try to let hurry slide, than ever did the frontier worn-
secret for staying dool away. 'an.
leoag. L the day Try to avoid stickness, which Each new wonder product that's
Sjt T .e. makes e feel twice as hot- Invented to take the stain out of
1q1 6 minte e er y, If Toilet water between the flages sinks, the dirt out of clothes, the
m get _rel. tp4 d and on the back of the ieck can R moths out of woolens the smell
a good um; PRek produce a smoother feeling, out of kitchens and the wax off
Floors goes to work on her hands.
Allergistsa and dermatologists
have found that some women use
so many soaps, cleansers a n d
Ssospless detergents that thh y
I have finally soensiaed themuelve
Ito even the baby's soap and
break out from washing baby ec.
It's sible to stop using
these househo oduets. They do
the ob we p.d few women Van
Wlpy halt theirhousehold d-

Product that may-bob wosa .

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sa tovas or
to went at the
6h reMdiks are usually
: kfc ~iniUative p ,-
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O.4 JE'_,O Ui ask a bus. \
h y .,- emphasizes @ '
Kohn, bu th e should draw
out amusing .aild interesting ex- ."ALL .
periences. 't
"Gossip is fine if it's good gos.
sip," be expinis, "but often you
ladies nover-, let oar. hisbandM: .

A rspIash d Iuamt
sayw h*

But the wife bis .t g
must see to it that her i
lives a longer and -AMsa1
She should make itWpuil
him to relax a bit WVg
at least one weekend
should be spent dulg
If your breadwimnner ge
Deoint where he can never
for a minute, then it's ti
worry, warns Kohn. One
while 'heshould be abe
ran evening at home Mi
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reWe' .Aia.-whu reealsA hedd J' u s '"t
a. liqia&at the Uniyruiy of J bskunGtt
Roust. o.. of t -a.
Howtou, .- Chca aae lam le
'The, Roai f Secretarial ,ue wood Corp. ot dow a .
cn" ssas the them., and the panr_ o- a-
Miln n r aeed asa tech-; tyemt .
ne-lskil. "personality, brains and; "'Te&tS 'picture 0 1'you_ in
g .oo uming. every l em. e:.wu/ ', idM r.-,-
.Waitmore.m So-ek. "a .* ae .
,uw .'W IBM. representn t. .., .,
tagq,' told tie gr that >,mgooTd h lett"r*Pr7it*t *a
secretary must learn-th differ- tary-some from notes and! "nie
Shout-ofher hea#- .vae.vta part
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L wrefce, as ',ei .....
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coste,,is nestim a blle.,..
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representative of the iftlW .
Certifying Secretsag,,. u .
"A true secretary ecnapts "r
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BW M L.. MUlMEt LAWRENCS Thermejwl-nusual about
sthis. WPe every.
),Dear "W*triea": and definite, Natu
I have y r letter eng me of 't.a She lngles day an
your great feOr that _e) have nota n what we call "duak."
made the proper sexual develop- masleaaagin tides nter fl
meant for a girl of 15. each lber- es winter Chi
And I am glad you've asked mc penetrate a day that. belogp to A
for direction. Certainly, a moth. pril eh human calendars a 1,
erless person living with a "he. Deals with sexual seasons in ex-
vy drinking" father and a grand aetly *he same way.
rent who seems "narrow-mind- Sb. projects childish sex z u a
ed" to hqr can't ask it of them. Ieeo Ito into adolescence and
Here's what to do: Sit down to. make adomeeaee linger on in
night and wlite a letter to. t h ul .ia'- to .wmrn
Kntomal Association for Mental pl tea et
ieabth, 17M Broadway, New' I a d too
York. First:. ask. for the address ,'w,, moree patient
of .e ale" hyg-ee clinic nea .
est your town. Second, ask for he
an.s ofa it. Amimde ne4ihiulm S 2 te .

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Th i l if 1 f the tact
ThDt miws*ta- s per tdent of the
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Of thil amber, 34 pee cent have
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op *lenitOf tih, ti ck i Ci announced it
waile second Brnch In PanamA City, to be
loe on Ano Juto Aroemena at l3th Street.
Opith e gire ond floor and mua nine of
-d ew bdtd to, be built b'naversions
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Loam s and 6unts ........................................ ........... ............................. 2,2 41.000oj4
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FOR SALIE 4-SerMd Reat '
ls bfurAm, -re fulgera-.
t, U~ Ibedroom fuorsoro,
'nd q jIe Two biedro
aeihSM4rf tw terrAce evileble
to k6lkno 1.4474. Can

Mrn jA~is PreswlHy mew
g.1. -Omoti w Mhle mIhime
60--yal $150. C 2-.4431
after I p.m. '
FOR SALE: On sonil mubl
bud Trj ^wth heW bpe. CeH
2.3435 3%A h
FOR SALE:- !gil.J '
machine i. gtMg ,
40-cycle $90.6 A jlbNtk
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NEW YORK -(UP)- Mode
bul dings now can feature a
a Panels s pandrels-fht
the curtain wall between ol
4W .tlkwU of windows. h
F n W The "Spandrelite" pane _bl"
of plate glass with groundpt
asm Ago oredl glass fued to thq ba.TI
not qnly varise the color atU
-(UP)--Americans but also provides as
r-(UP)- Aer&oo shock resistance.
r- and-be te food Ordinarily, glass a i ts
y th they did 3 le wire or a pl ia'ut
he NO a Ascia- prayed on the a. lub the ni
1 Gret5 Or ar. units are glass lhirour aot.,' sftaW The units *re ta i nroof, u
he peetatim e t por rous and. noB-ha ant. (Pit
e bsinThe G1sh 00-pounds 'doer sabur
Sf w A mauuifi t butdo tilleMd
And a" the "Tree Craishee" can roll w
d we nhta en- eas through swamp or sand
we'd bepndingl six of the world's biggest rubi
ccantf. our ipne ^*tires.
i k TheI 120.000-pound 'dozer spa
pointed out that an tires which are 10 feet high a
ome pay 30 years four feet wide. Ut th ct
4 loam brea weight Pope rare in it exets,
steak, or 1 pounds the ground is about the same
oday, an hour's that of a ordinary man walk
eaves of bread, This is due to ta giant dim
eak, or three pounds lns of the tires and to the fi
S .c..o e i tey can operate with airpeses
Ly" she csclu wetad'' as five pounds. The, 1t
ding less of our Crasher" looks something like
e and better food. railroad boxcar to which hu
S spokesman said scra lng blade ha ba i
ers have the mis- It ha no entra drive. .I
sion'that food prices each bf the six wheels sg itgo
aain high because of separate electric motofih therl
profiteering. These are driven by generate
uay is the smallest tting their power from two 1
the consumer pays ilesel motors .
product," she added. Cost of a angl e na a
at 50 per cent of the same a *elepsive tinto
or more-right back bile. The 'dozer is covered b
siness.' foot platform. (R. 'O ITcues
blamed the "seem- foot pLongview. Tex.)
ood prices on "sub-Inc Loulew Tex.)
Increases in food The radIo-phonograph Is go l
id marketing indus- portable too.
Named the "Skipper," the b
q A tery-operated combination contao
.cjm ?^ .I pace .tor aj igaj agP
EMWPLOTE A powerpaek for AC current op
Corn. UPL Rob- action is offered as an optjo1
rsoned. --as Uharmob feature.
resigned as cheaimin Housed in a two-color pis
board exaining.ecabinet, the unit. contains a J
2 aber T he radio, and a 4S rp turntabe pc
d r"s uetLtL.. ared b a qonstat mpeed mot
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FOR. ALI- erigaln, 194II
Ickk Super Sede. wIlh re4l.
GOmi buy for only $400. SMO,?
& HUNNICUTT, S, A.. Coel
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-R SALiE asegeli, IlI.?
C Cevrot bumiM e 'mps, hIe-
leet ca tlen, ed tirep. p t
go4. only $545. Cell SMOOT
HUNNICUTT, S. A.. Cololy
800 .
FOR SALE:- 1956 Oldsmobile,.
hydromalc, redle, heater, good
tiros. make effe; davenport,
chair $15, Fert Davis 87-428.
FOR SAL-Sebled MidS occept.-
ed until 4 p.m. July 29. 1955.,
for two used duty free 1948
Cheyrolot 4-doer "dans. Seller
reserves right to reject any or all
Blox 1174. Panamm. Phene 2-
FOR SALI--1945 Cadillec, ful-
ly *quWpp, -w bestteo. ed.
tires. bydremtie. exeptionlmlUy
lean end edy to go 4 625.
PleM .3,4179. No. 4 lhmkio
Moroles. El Cangrle.
FOR SALIi .- 4951 Studebeker
Sl da n, wrVdrivo. Economical
tvnuq tafion. Origlinel owner.
can 1582. .
FOR SAKE:- 1951 HI4ime So-
deon $700. Seed condition. Phone
Albiok 529".
FOR SALE: 1953 Mainline
Ford Tudor. three new tires.
Leaving net wa t, $1050. Tel-
ophine. llMba 2872.
FOR SALE:-1949 Kiser So-
led timu. mf and tram-
,alMb t." meit'uarniM ,
1250 or bet offo. Phene NovA
419 or see at 70.-1 Locona.

FOR SAlam1946 Ford, radio

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Every hospital should have :.
"p naant"personality" to alid t
paflent IW his recovery aseccordng
to. Dr. Atlber C. Kerlikowske
drecto-r of the Ullvetity of MIh
gan Hospital.
*H k persobi bmiald a pleasant
eexi el afd, not as emotion-
ally troubled one," Kerllkowse
told a srtceattleetinr'of hospital

"The yardstick of success for f
hospital and its actacetapce,-
community -comes f n the imiale
and spirit which stamps the Atit
tuition for patients."
To help speed a patient's me.
cover, Kerlikowske listed four
main points: selective menus.
liberal visiting hours, early ambu-
lation and closer family contacts
during the hospital period.
"Let the patient sleep beyond the
crack of dawn before you stick a
thermometer in his mouth," he
'A'. pleasant social experience
belpr patients recover faster. A,
hospital should have a good ner
sonalty to mak .this experience


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Commsmry Diviion at Mount
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Tuesley. August 16, 1955, when
they wiNl eo elod in public,
fr fuvalhing' 4,201 fq bef
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U Isle eonf' *lywood'. Central Casttng office during
m the location filming in Dubli of. Universal-Intetnational'
p Print by~ Technlcoor-COnenaScope romantic adventure,
"CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT," Spening next Wednesday at the
",CENTRAL Theatre atsrrina RoHk HudtoD, Barbara. Rush
* and Jett Marrow.
* Almost all oi the players in the film, with the exception
2. of stars Hudson, Rush and Morrow, wdre recruited from
O the ranks of the Abbey Players.
SFeaturetd players Kathleen Ryan and Deais OTl^- are
o graduates of the theatre group, and Loule .8tudley and
Jeffrey T ona ae stW members.q
At lo4a s 4 dozen actors and actresses were ':borrowed"
S from the Irish Dplayera f mailer speaking roles. Advt,

of hrks Chmlin Comedy Hit Cming at the
et "LUX" Theatr Next Thursday


o Yurbuckethave
oale "f admiral dio n 't have n ai .

Tfree p aagaa ad er for that oneomh

a Ca employed" 1 There Aroln well-known bear
in the l ae d boyv on Wa who teal tour.
veat a I tht bo the on of the isando hileo

talk of t -isluds. heaas a saueme of Hawa hana.
spepit a Dtate bosdinid
Every unexpected gdod-lookin e admiral have n. an'
Threap~y l acy Pan amna and aSer jar that h, 1 h.
tal harater There A Haware n wellknown bead M
in the osa But itoys on W kat o who teah tour.
the Hawaan equ t of "I do." ig the sip secret out urboaturdned,
The sa th colebrat their outer canoe ho ri andwhol.
events a to lu thta to be he rtain t eAsong of the Be nswh beac
talk of' ea Iac as aal. of Hnwalona.
Everyone expected good-looklng, Allka edida hmes. Tb, e'
hakpf-gohlocky Panama, a fAst- Steandmt, Splash, Blmckout Rolb.
tang ohaetrafter. -of HwaLiaan. d d n if teud.
dig moey. A mlion t marry mdaue. Some have coUege degrees arnd
trl maybe or at least a Ica h many went as far as high school.
But Pama' prce for "no tat's told that one of them,
"Tcare I wo bon ftImafing bach e p l art fro utH e turned
Pelor us three mut ago. to a grou eon the beach andplsaid
Wh I go ay themat," hfore gried t"oo pt k-there's a shverip way o
"ther a olt run" m t e thi me on the horizontal."
to tatand to be certain Am ngThe Best-Knewn beach.
er oi the etank Outrieer Canoe boys are Chick Dovniels of-car gth
CPaama like d be bas.tor Roae Hawaiian Hotel: Willisam
"Bke I take no chance. I say tolKehole, Jimmy Hakuole, George!
ho a nt to marry me, P who has acted 'n numerous

lived tlm ouhow t of his life.
'Put $100,000 in bank tn my name movies; Jerry Jerimlah," Earl
and we gt married. Then I have Akana, Rabbit Kekal and Charley
, money no care if you boss AIalu.
But Panama's price foliker "no th the e of a Wadki beach.
elor until three months ago, ftrem the hotels en the beach, plus

Jeart te t he war bef to Ad. be t..l.e I
"We hn I say that," he grinned, tips, put them in a very ice I.
"they all run." I come tax bracket.
Which maybe is just what Pan,
ara wanted to happ n. NO ARGUiERE
Swedish Nealy Ifern, d t memat NDIAN4POLIS -(UP)- Sips
baer of the Iwank Outrigger Canoe of the times, over a two-car ga-
Club andaa local distriliptor for a IagSe in a suburban area: "his"
U. S.oork beaacutcal houke has ad 'Hers."
lived !i Ilnoiuliost of his We.
Li the betch boys, be can han-
dle an outiAgger canoe like an
several hotle in thewar be ottom Ad.

Wat I p ni i ase
"Admiral think -i'l leve ,you
the job of bai."
The admiral grinned right back
Bailing away a couple of rides'
Iater, Halsey stormed that it- was No. 1 Via ;apafia
sow ,work because the bucket had!
several holes in the bottom. Tel. 3--031
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derby and trick mustache who has. iben making people
laugh all over the world for many yeam will be caeorzngoam
the screen of the 'LUX" Theatre beginning next. Tharsdcy.
On that date. Charge Chaplnin h hs arious comedy
classic, "MODERN TIMES." Moviegoers who saw Chaplin as
the obscure factory worker wno ets (ot
figuratively and literally) In the grtnding ir j ot & .
mighty steel mill, will delight once again in his nimita-
ble antics.
Paulette Goddard appears as ChaplinI's leading lady
and the supporting cast includes ery erga.Cle ter
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championship in European horse trials, clears a jump at
DRIVEN TO RUINS-Tourists stop to examine archeological ruins left by the Romans Windsor Great Park, England, with Maj. F. W. Woldon,
in Palestine in the First Century B. C. The remnants were recently excavated and are of British team, aboard. Kilbarry scored plus four lit ex-
open to visitors to Israel. The town of Ashkalon presents one-day archeological tour. haustive test covering obedience, speed, stamina f courage.

A SWEEPING GESTURE-Helicopters are seeing ce in Britain asmirsweepereo
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TETO TICOiS annual sugar harvest of more than ,' millionn tont-iStalreadyA "in
'the bag,"' but that country is wondering what it can do with some. 1 0QO tons,
still unharvested. .Present legislation being studied in-Congress would give Puerto
Ricoa permanent quota -increase. Although making rapid strides in industriaisa.
tion, Puerto Rico still depends on sugar, which produces .iore thta half its Lannual
agricultural income. Raised quotas could mean. an added twenty hiillon dollars yearly,

*et near Guayama is an island oPf svgdr cdie i *shores of Caribbeaw..

LUMING UP THE EWES-Herdsmen in North Africa round up their sheep for their
ilin time. Herdsmen are nomadic, roaming from pasture lands to pasture lands.

LT f 7ME fH T-One b the ld's met thsMous light- -
houses is this one that marks the Eddystpne rocks, not far V"
from Plymouth, England. It is 133 feet high and its beam Thwe achie es row sugar at warue where some 50,000 ns can e sted.
is vLsile for a distance of nearly 18 miles. It's 73 years d I wer machine piles raw sugar tons can be stor

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MM. JUAN LUIS CORBREA, JR., was Miss,Lriola Eaquivel before
her marriage yesterday to Dr. correa of Gorgas Hospital.,

*ti eobert Mesinger, wife of the United States Charge
d'Affaltei ad Ite hmn, will be at he to her friends on Wed-
nesday afterman io say goodbye tt .Ir .flt.i.
After several years In Pandmai bh i' leaving Saturday
for NeW Vdrk where she will irematid for. time before going
on to. Wahilnton, ber huLsbad's nte dt duty statiet with the
Stat-Deopartment. Mr. Memtminger Is not l)~in Immediate-
Iyv,.4At will rematn'*anthe Isthius until after thei.artival of
the new Jmbasador. Later he Wll presefd" to- Washington
whore hke wll qoepy the foreign deak w*hichi hannls the
affair of Panama and several other Latin American countries.
'Mrb. Mamminger has issued po invitations to her informal
at home ei.Wednesday but has made it kIown that she hopes
her frietwitS *l call between 5:34 and 7.:0 pn.

Dr a 0Wes IiVFW Post 3835
Mi,.' E.quivel At Cocoll W1il
Ad Dkvt IsquivAl Play Bingo todayy
At l lag Is David,.Repub- YFW Post 3885, Gep. Geore W.
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the daughter of Mr. Lor Ep-.Es. '3-P.m.
ivel and. Mrs. n lm t de VW members, associate mem-.
squivel was mrarri to rJu' bers, and their guests are invit.
Corres, Jr. s o Mr. J, w ed
Correa ana Mrs. LUticia pales
de Correa of Pinama City. Iiights Plan Ainual
Given in marriage by her fath. Columbus Day Ball
or, the bride was lovely in a Mar.- Raymohd 0: Lemire. newly e-
shall Field original from Chicago. elected Grand Knight of Panama-i
It was wholly of white lace and Balboa Council 1371. Knights of
fashioned in Spanish style. H e r Columbus, announced the comple-
coronet pearls and brilliant fol. tion of his sdlectlons of commit-
lowed the style of those worn by tee chairmei-for the Annual Co-
Queen Elizabeth. She carried a lumbus Daf BaJ .
bouquet of white orchids. Following luatweek's formal in.
Miss Xenia Villareal served as Knight Lemtieon ffatied Grand
'Knight Lemi st\en i ed' he w 0 u I d
maid of honor and Mr. Luis C.- lose no time in getting prepara-
Aleman, Jr., was best man. 1 tions for the ball under way.
Following the wedding a recep- The Columbus Day Ball, one of
tin wa given at the Club David. the oldest annualy-hd dances or-
The bride is dietitian who reIganized from the Canal Zone, is
ceived her training at Clarke Col- also the top social event of the
liege, Dubuque, Ia. Knights of Columbus .
Her husband is a graduate of Traditionally, it p ides a goal
Louisiana State University and AIfor : each incoming administration
member of the Staff at Gorgas to shoot at in an attempt to bet.
Hospital. ter records made by previouss com-
mittees. As a result, the Colum-
Dr. and Mrs. Correa are leaving busDay Ball has achieved pres-
by plane for Miami en route, to I e as a high order of entertain-
losto Mass., wberethey w i1lIneat
take post-4raduate work in their Lt. Col. James W. Fears and
professions. They expect to return Francis J. Kane have' been named
to the Isthmus in about a year. to the general co-chairmanship of
tlat VFW To J the Ball. Selected as p r o g r a m
Atlantic VFW To Hold chairman is Edward F. Corcoran
BFor eneag D ae bal. with veteran program-man War-
For Teenage Ba ebic ecomnll den Robert T. McCarthy as Edit-
The Atlntic Side c o mb, i n e
posts of the Veterans of, Foreign ___._____
ware of the United States States,
Post 3O6, and Post 100 and the La-
dies Auxliary 3876 are sponsoring ,SUNDAY
a benefit sport-abirt edane on Sat.
urdat, Aug. 6 at th Elks Home BRUNCH DANCE
in Brazos Heights.-
Proceeds from this dance
be used to defray expenses of the g P.
Teeners Ball Team while they are
at the satipual tbuftament in Her-
Spoaors h the dance may
bring 4 e ga money to meet
the quoa et up for the expenses,
Besides contributing to a worthy
cause, the dance promises to be in the Balboa Room
one of the best ever held on the
Atlantic side. rotm 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Ga ia n and entertainment are hoob0se from oCur wonderful
being planned and a good time is combination breakfast-lunch
promised to all who attend, anq--from our complimen-
Music will be furnished by the tary cocktails... all for $2.25!
Robet' Jothnson of Gatun i Axearraga at the organ, and
chairman of the join committee. "i the Great" the magicl-
an ,to entertain!
Visiting Paaagra Group
WIll Be Entertained
Upon arriving at Tocumen Air- RA Y C O
rt this afternoon. Mr. Douglas A OX
Campbell an executive vice-presl.
dent of Panagra, with the visit- and his piano in the
ing group on the inaugural flight airconditioed Balboa Bar
of the line's new DC-7B, will be Tonight, Tues., Wed. and
feted at a cocktail party. Thursday from 10 p.m.-2 am.
The group includes 15 hostesses
representing the world's ma j o r the newly refurbished and
airlines, a dozen newsmen a n d AIRONDTIONED
travel editors. and officials of the BELLA VIOTA ROOM
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board. Dining and dancing to the
Mr. Ramon Martins will be host music of Clarence Martin is
U the party in the VIP lounge at now doubly pleasurable!
In the evening, at S p.m. Mr.
Caplbell will entertain at a re-
epton in the Balboa Room of El g u in
Panama in arior of the Prtii- e .
dent aod Mrs. Ricardo Arias. A W**i'eh 1*1**

Atlal te Cqmera Club
or. Sir Knight John Stahl, KSG, .ToeR Jar Tall On- .
another program veteran.will be Undetwe Photography
an this committee.
DistrictcoDeputy A I b r t .. The color division of the Allan.
Greene has been picked to headtic mera Club will hold it
the entertainment committee and m ty meeting on Monday at
tickets will be handled by chair- Ie Mt. Hope Clubrooms.
man John J. Duane, who has an, ,
nounced that tickets will be avail. Dr. Robert L. Koenig of Ctuo
able during the first part of Au- Solo Hospital will be the g ties t
aSb. speaker and will show slides of
uI" Panama. He will also discuss the
The committee on reservations use of the Rollei-Marin in tinder-
and reception will be directed by water photography.
Donald J. O'Neill with District gp -
Warder Milton J. Halley i., charge The slide clinic will be condut-.
of publicity, ed by R. E. Parker and G., 1
The Annual Columbus DTay Ball Peterson Subject for the mo1th's
will be held at Hotel E. Panama competition is "nature." '
on the evening of Friday Oct. 14. -.- .. '?
It is anticipated that the selec- *
tions of orchestra, entertainment Card-Batea-.ewing
and other details will be an- Groups Meet
nounced shortly. Wednesday Morng L
The card, batela ad sewing
NATURALLY groups of CUrundu Womans's Club
will meet at the home of MrL
NILES, Mich. -(UP)- Three. Virginia Boney on Wednesday, at
year-old Kareq Wirta, missing 9 a.m. honoring Mrs. Alma Star-
from her home for about three ret who is leaving the Isthmus, to
hours, made this comment when make her home in the .States.
found sitting calmly under a tree Hostesses will be the Mesdames
in a wooded area by a state police Virginia Boney. Marie Wentzel,
tr oope r: "I'm not lost, my Bea Lombroip, Edris Jones and
house is." Lorraine Zeot.

Powder blue evening swreat;k- ; sailor collar trim of Cheney
velvet in a new fashion coimlinatlon. This cashmere cardfgan
Is worn with dressy skirt in blnk vehi;t.-By GAILE DUGAS,
NEA Women's Editor,

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on famous El Inter Americano flights

Panagra brings brand-new DC-7B's for the
first time to the South American routes.
These sleek and swift aircraft ---of the latest
design- equipped with radar for extra
smoothness of flight, are up to 80 k.p.h. fast-
er than any other plane in service between
Argentina and the U. S. A. To the "newest
thing on wings" Panagra adds the most
lavish service ever offered aboard an airliner.

The complete "new look" includes: roomier
interiors of restful d6cor, more comfortable
seats, more attendants at your beck and
call. Complimentary Gourmet Galley service
features high tea, cocktails, champagne, cor-
dials. Snowy dinner cloths, gleaming silver and
crystal. Nothing less than the best for your
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may beAlthe dW.y dadly employe'teityatr*s ctmaR
newspaper in tie. country. problem. ut W difftet
Hallmark Cards circulates the construction of the r
Noon News to 2,000 employes dai. Academy at .Colorado.
ly and sends it to another 1..5M Colo.
co-workers scattered in various
other installations around the The football coach wants &
country. The 8% x 11-inch news- thing. The track coach want
paper has been a client of the tailwind, and the bahbase
United Press since it began pub- wants his field Ilid os0,l
location, will blow toward, t*"
Company spokesmen said they .fence when theAir RorqvF at .
felt their emplopes needed morel The prob e ,,bhelon- r to Cal.
than the company magazine, bul- Richard C. Burrt He supp
letin board announcements. and to provide the clmattogiceal
'public address system service. formation and Advice for .
Our daily newspaper has done project. *
an excellent job of Jmproving em-
ploye communications," a spokes- "The only thing that's- 4
man said. able,"' Brrissa. the Ame
Baseball and ithe weather .et Meteorological society. "is the .
into all issues, or at least the We can forecast it, but the
Kansas City A's are in If they are is something elsef"
at home. Some issues deal almost Burriss suggested-nornlag$
entirely with a company promo, nations at the academy. .
ion, but most issues carry a good '"On -a June mormIng, an 0
variety of late news, humor. items comm en c e me t .at .
about plant visitors, and bits on wouldn't get rained out more t
policy and coming events, once in 100 at Colorado
The emplopes were polled about he said. "But in the a
the paper, and they voted for its it probably wouldget rai
continuance, 99 per cent plus. every other year."

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Escorial *,d 14ppt fly "t of the track's
t promising prodsect at the moment, will match
ides in the featured $650 Class "C" six and one-
if furlong sprint this afternoon: at Juan Franco.
e Buena Fe's Escorial, a re- Chilean riding master Jose
edly expensive Chilean impor- Bravo was again the leading rid-
n, galloped to ridiculously ea- er with four victories.
5 victories in his last two starts
e Pappa Flynn, an unheralded The dividends:
horse, has been the recent
nation of the track with seven FIRST RACE
v ries in his last eight starts.
a two horses will tote even 1-Another Fulmar $5, 3. 3.
w ht-118 pounds each b u t 2-American Maid $4, 4.
I eyship could decide the re- 3-_Vqn Darling $6.20.
s Amador Valdivia, a I wa y s
sidered one of the worst joc- SECONn RACE
s on the local track, will be in 1-Oranero $5. 3.
a Flynn's saddle while Blas 2-CopadQra $3.
rre, undoubtedly one of0 First Double: $15.60.
t riders ever developed on the
mus, will boot Escorial. THIRD RACE
rgot and Escorial fiure to
.'.the early pace with Pap pa 1-Radical *3.40. 2.20.
n not too far behind. Tw 0 2-r. ratelefia 9.20.
ngs 6ut, Escorial and Pappa One-Two: $0.
should be well in front of One-Two: $10.
Others in a two-horse duel. The
e could be decided in the final FOURTH RACE Postinovich and Turgot & B (Excluded from bet-.
the other three listed starters tint).
e five-horse field. These lst- 9--nkilpad 41 M O. ;.80o.
three appear to be hopelessly ,-ot, Llndn $6.60, 2.200.
classed. 4.'MlIra *5.20.
n other races are included o hIt0ue: (Okiland-Que I,a.
an interesting card which al. do) 522.40.
Suffers a special attraction for
winning newcomers. FIFTH RACE
me of the recent attraction '-gietrra Vlluda (e) $4.80, 4.20
t non-winning newcomers. 2-Nacho fe).
me of the recent highly rated
rations from Peru, Chile SIXTH RACE
the British Isles will sho w
wares in this event. Frebre- i-fNlstineo *4. 2.80. 9.20.
virtually left at the post in 9-rourtly Prine p 40, 2.20.
debut despite which he was 3-Marianlna $2.20.
d only a length behind the
er, shapes up as the mutuel SEVENTH RACE
e ce for-this race.
er scheduled starters In the '--wrlir *.n. 3 A0. .n.4,
S ciat are the reported v cls-. ) >-.h" 0 9. 2.60
a vilingo, highly rated Le Sa- 1--II.rlv,-1 9 on.
lguazu, Armador and Amin Second Double: 87.40.
yesterday. Jose Maria Quinte- E20qr w IRCE
classy English filly Lexden 1--ijpqlve 4'n. 29.60.
in a running mood and 2--m.ll rlea M 9n.
1'td to an impressive two-"and- quinfpla: $5.30..
-half length victory In the
fred $750 Class "B" seven NINTH RACE
ne dash.
mast5 wound uno second -..nmntln o n. A 4,40.
enutuelt favorite Btdounif' "n-l 7m% $g.%RI. .R.40.
a oor third in the four- 3-Vulcarivpedo $10.
fAaqpndert4ailed all TE RACE
Quickly ouet. ATInke
xiBn| thfn e : ly ttj) Theb "
-kter into ; .u.b'
e lead to Jaauim
ebakstretch but came up a- ELEVENTH RACE
ain two furlongs out, took corn-
,mend and steadily drew away. .Wnrl 13. 2.80.
Bradontin was going a elose 2-ueer8nn $3.40.
third between Jpaulmazo and
Laexden when he was closed out ,
three furlon out and never re-J an r nn
covered. Ooonder shied at the Juan Franco Tip ll
start and off many lengths be-
hrld the field.
Lexden, second choice In the I-G. Wonder W. Stranger
mutuels, returned $6.60 to win. 2-True Blue (e) Grip-'
aYborites dominated the ron- 7Y-Don Brigid Dea Wende
gram and -the beat win payoff 4-Fpola golital onwas8
caJne on a horse whilcft actually .-Thnnst Vilara .
fl.ja.ed second. This 'was Oki- 8-La Enea Tempestad
isan the fourth race in which "-After Me GrO e
tl vastly superior B ft B was L-Febrereo Iruasm
excluded from the betting. Oki-1 I -Albstross Chisweants
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2d Paque V.'CIt 114 rc her e
4- riatus A. Aftrre 11622 -Bty _iilU. i.
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8-(NqwlnlMter M. Yeas 105 -Etrly speed only

3rd Race "H" Natives 7 Fgs. Pumrse $275aM velI, ve

1-Proton H. Ruiz
2-D. Brigido 0. Sanchez
3-Don Wende M. Yeaza
4-.-Candelaria Rodriguea
5-Consentida A. Credidio
--Choly A. Bassan
7-Juatna J. Bravo

106 -Ran well in lst .
105 --Hasn't shown A chw
115 -Hard to beat heW
115-Will fight it out
971-Light weight helps
115x-Needs better rider
115 -Excluded from betting


Note: Jutina running out of betting,

4th Race "H" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $275.00 Pool Closes
1-Villarreal E. Ortega 105 -Dangerous contender
2-Piola J. Reyes 122 -Could score at price
3-White Fleet A. Visquez 124 -Nothing in months
4-La Naclon S. Carvajal 98x -Doesn't seem likely
5-Takeaway A. Mana R. 108x -Poor recent races
6-Golden Glass H. Ruiz 105 -Should be close up
7-81rena B. Aguirre 100 -Mutuels favorite

5th Race "D" Natives Fa. Puare $.300.00 Pool Closes

2-Dton Grau

J. Bravo 116
J. Gongors 110
B. Aguirre 120
0. Sanches 115
A. Vasquez 118

-Can run when ready
-Not in best form
-Fastest at getaway
-Back in top form
-Dangerous this time

th Rsae "H" Imp. 6 FPs. Purse .400.00 Pool Closes
First Race of the Double

1-Alabarda F. 8Anchez 107 x-Distance to liking
2-Tempestad A. VAsquez 113 -Hard to beat here
3-Lord Basur H. Ruts 10B6-Aiming for payoff
4-J. Fiddling M. Ycaza 110 -Nothing to indicate
.5--El Regalo E. pita G. 112x-Chance in mud only
6-Gonraga G. Sanches 113 -Doesn't seem likely
7-La Enea J. Bravo 113 -Should win again
8-Mr. Foot L. Giraldo UG -Racing tq top form

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3 INCINNATI --(NEA) When y w e With thaepitch, he tries for third. Isaeor. Bieber, a .no -.* *mker
Chirus lown won at River doubt whou T'v evr, ,,.,nd IIt is ball four, but he i-caught named horses Bur. t Lpfs a.nd
2-1 Downs, it marked the gelding's a r ve plt ;'-ed" stealng. Burnt Throa.
'13nd trip to the winner's circle. a t da y a]ottoi ls when ne came bc, I ases .
4-1l Owner Walden had intended to fourth be m him why he did it, and he told' 08 iBEaI ANT. .
5-1 retire Cirus Clown at the end of e an e a~eeoo fflb me: 'I thouri the .bes s wa r .. -,a
8-1 las year after the son of Tiger for Ait da. t ye" .ood loaded and I had to runaru e SAVOY, -Mas lP)..
5-1 1hnd weO 31 rases and $123,350 nun psit0n h a idnmos r o oh "I sat down. Then. I .told him, Mrs, Mary Phalp "s,- d ue
3-p 104 tripw to the post. to- e ne "kI don't know hbat you wteresleft 10 deneendynts-.,W
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G o hLave boon wrUinAth .
about Chaie .Ghaous.In and Nhew OrAle. id Uansyo2
words ha" dealt wit thephi lt
tramp In .thf baggy pants, battered hat, &*d wfting stck.
which have become the symbols of "'aarlot." But ChbAPM
himself haMaobably written the best description of hit own
creation: "He-Vwears an air of romantic hunger forever
seeking romance, butl his feet won let .him"
Chaplin's great comedy elausec. "OMODBR IM a,
which In beingreleased thru Vnfted Artists, next Thnd"
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-Distance suits style
-In first local start
-No longer a threat
-Could score here
- ageous competitor
-WI fight it out
-Dangerous this time
-Usually disappoints

1M bugle call to the pest. fr Ahe
5-1 net rpee ad tried to. &a ,his trlit o. for the gr fro
10-1 hbt walker back to the tack r tree-sed lie and watched tu
3-1 batbl ricochet off a people u
2'1 1took IAan ltsl I ^ .other whack a
3-1 Rt Rcs Lots HMer wound up in deeper trouble.
3-1 l. I. clmp of bushes seemed to reach
3s4 nA Mic w Am, lln out and grab my ball as
3- nIIo l a ai ryb bounced off another tree.
4:48 On my fifth shot. I finally g,
4:40 NEW YORK (NEAY John. out on the fairway, although
ny Kueks stresses that baseball is took a rather remarkable wedge
3.1 the kind of game you play for shot to do ft. A normal approach
W01 your side apd two putts gave me a big 8.
4-.1 "If a pitcher worries about men, What happened could have bee
3-1 on base and the hitter, too, he one of a million things, mostly
even goes whacky," says the Yankees' and absence of concentration,
2-1 21-year-old right-hander. "I just guess.
hold the men on-and let the bat- It sure was some way for th
ter worry about me. I like it bet- Open champion to start the do
5:15 ter that way." fense of his title.

4-1 Diable Hts. 2:30, 9:15, 8: AMBOA 7:I0
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M. Yeasa 106
V. Ortega 115
Z. Ortega 108
H. A.Us 103
a. Sashe8 115
J. Bravo 11i
A. Visqueo 115
B. Aguirre 11B

9th Race "E" Imported 7 FPs. Purse .55.00 Pool Closes

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5-After Me
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8-Regal Bliss

2-Amn Dldi
5-Febrero II
8-l4e Sabre

8th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fr. Purse $J0.00 Pool Closes

J. Avila 115 -Reportedly top notcher
R. O..mes 3L15 -Unknown quantity
R. Vasquez 115 -Rates fair chance
M. Hurley 115 -Has high rating
V. Castillo 120 -Last was revealing
A. Visquez 116 -Could be runnerup


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I--Scythla A. Valdivia 115 -Returns from layoff
2-ftepairico F. 1Snchez 115x--Not against these
3--Begonis L. Oiraldo 116 -Rates fair chance
4--lspente M. Ycaza 110 -Ran well in last
5--Albtrosa J. Bravo 118 -Another easy win
6 a Brook B. Agulrre 112 -Regaining best form
T-Charlier G. Sinohez 113 -Good early speed
8-Barlyon H. Ruiz 110 -Franctiouas at times

10th Race "C" Imported 6% Fax. Purse S.50.00 Pool Closes
1-KIoaco .H. Ruiz 108 -Would pay off
2-Poptinovich A. Gonzalez 105x -Not against these
.--Turgot M. Ycasa 115 -Rates outside chance
4-. Flymnn A. Valdivia 118 -Despite Valdivia
5--Eacorial B. Aguirre 118 -Will fight it out

llth Race "8" Imported Fgs. Purse $.339.00 Pool Close
1-Daniel J. Bravo 115 -Runs. well for Bravo
2-Petite G. Sanches 116 -Back. in best f ra
3-Jachalin R. Vasques 122 -Seems "sun thing"
4-Metto M. Ycasa 108 -Not good Wounli

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Spearfishing Tournament

The third Annual tUnderwater drflihlls Tourament
will be held from nos Saturday, J-., to noon Sunday,
July 31, in Pansma 'B _. ".
There will be two lease of divrnA free or diving
SCMBA (8el6 sentained *epetmfga appara-
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I change'Wa Wro NEW, YORM tNEA) Base-
-- 53 oria .~si Rogerms hbatbugs who gaback Ws Cy
g'ranz 1rism. Sta 'ev. i I* Young and beyond can't recall sa-
Si I Harris ad Chrley Dv en, other pair rf recruitpitchersci.-
Sor example,J iave ad ore. up past mid-aSno-.or at a-
X- .. j M -chances than a wayward 1of y other time. for that matter-
^SS oB. Wthe ricn. Ine name ie "nds d winnig a double-hea lr for
-- .,,n the port pages ~sat couple m majpr league club.
O_____ ______day, Dut two weeks later more p, re sad *on many oca-
S- often than not the maInate re- alo;s, but never two' d on the
grets the choae same afternoon and for an outfit
SL*. Yet owners a afraid to hand leading the league, this one by
V over the playing O d o a tran ie 1,ngths.
Je cse worth..lons to. a mian When the Dodgers were desper-
S_ untried in the U g league as elth- ete for pitching, Buzzy Bavasi a. aler or a mAn e This knew te where to loor.
a despite toe ofat. that Jue M Car, B ottreat from R-
thy, the original buthr Cal ar der and Fred Donald
,.e y nenjuye unmatched SUCams euent, a pair f lt handers
both major leagues. born a few days a atles apart
Amerjca -lail f Fame idea, workedout first at New York A couple of uwbiera more re. 4 years ago.
fvl'ersitym 1 .' l0 caught on with vtaor and enthusiasm in cently have had the courage to
ports. A age shich generally is regarMdd as too materiel to get away trom the oM accepted Young Craig and Bessent under-
be enafOased in the romance ofthe past, and the accolade to its practice. This brought Walter Al. -wet their baptismal fire against
heroes, In Ccocerntn itself to an amazing degree with obeisances atn to Brooklyn ana Mayo bmina the Rleds, with a team batting av-
to our apprts heritage. to Philadelphia. erage second only to that of be
BAlltiab R Hall f P mme, at Co Etown, or n 1e..b..o.36,.. enks, In Udegree heat, _and
.ne i Mea will ut a moe dismone ra ables oe Keane, 4 lteld A shortstop Hadthme mmeate effect of a
Mau M. 4eion i abby HaittS, Ray Schalk and St. Loui phi,0e o makes .dache table on Walter Alston
WAMSr t. H1ti le -Run):Baker. his home in Hiouson. bas d a Pitching the second big league
A w key manager In the AMed BIrd gMe he ever saw, the six' foot
At New Bruni k, our football heroes, going all the wRaY chain for 14 campaigns, took our OUr-iAch, 1W5-pound Roger Crag
bak. to he tat sa.le between Princeton and uttera years out for.War wor. A ea- th.e4ditted the Cincianati c lb
lb 1w aIsemif w n.s permant eatti r w..t .* .,a, stlrki-ng .out-taix. T.he slgo.t, S
.v At Uaatoua8 1gwa. thoreda. rn sh tqlow h oWt Bz ber yetta' pormw
Aristideasw zI rat p ky Derby In la n, ma ndgf.1 c ala In W ll tdh lessfur thBesitve b
our turf o drmtln. At Lo" An re the Helmsh is freshman year ad the aext CRAIG AND M 1ENT chilling
.Foundapaift tb'Te ,t o 'r a eprih- going. the Reds in the furnace that was
Sa p t es" a wie j gm e 'wotas at Albany Ebbet Field further trees o the
tarht B Afle st oit hon l te m Georgia Florida Leape, worth of a flarm system. .when
-i f f "1 ort s Mobile, New ibe ia of ue Bya,- t i uoj d f e. -4
S o14n To a geline, Houston, pcheter, Co- Carl B a tw t
As eaed t ~ tAe apve a mbuas and now UImaha, be has elbow and back, R* Loe wthm
tour t S 'ast w4u se w at "- won more pennants and play-offs 5M houlderjWy u Fodres
chSeenva4ooies thro in, wake n bgn an the
os*'e;. ,. u 5 ,,. than you can simle a suck at, With a 5MI3 tmatkept rnv1--.
ac be te of ed noooDes into the first divason. region o Russ Meyer's collarbone
'mOMb an7d -t e by Keane has had a hand in the is mending. Sandy Xoufax was
4 dtni ii a y Cards.e ast year It was he Jim Hugbes had been i d to
"rv ^ .En L. who sent up Mrooss.LaWrence. It St am.a Karl pespooners am was
-J a tberee-Jack we:; he who, at the tase of the E. sore,
S a t 75 per cent no. Slaughter deal, tipped the Manager Alston was down to
`i_ V- brass to demand Bill Virdon. DOts Neu .u.ijAnd the relift
WheG W- -sslea Busach decided workers, Clae.'Latine and Ed
S',*- that- e b enough h of Eddie Roebuck.
.- 'Stanky, the choice lay between The Flatbush &hain may be un-
.-. '* Harry Walker and Krane. Walker able to uncover a catcher, but oth-
r.", '.- got'the-call. Me hat played I. er big league organpstieus would
majors, you see, was -something i like to match Its Productiveness-in
S ad.s the way of-"p same. Whe the came to th
S. A double skull fracture,. u rescue, th 'Su a 'ass were w"
S"- -" fered when he w struck by 8 c wee
$oswe8le, piltchedtblU., kept Keane out of setwee f o rsd who at the apt-
1 0ft o J a t O11 the big leagues. t_.affect Jonnsny er rtcanll
,John But it didn't affect Johiny -W .a |
HM r. Lou Abers, cel Tl and coa Keane's thinking, teaching and
D ite warning that only boxers who had been out of the handling, which a major league
ring for at least two years could qualify, 06 writers wasted their club could well use thd next time u
ballot on Sugar Ray Robinson, who ran fourth, behind the elect- a front office decides it isn't get. Show RuthlW
ed Dempsey, Louis and Armstrong. Leonard came fifth, with 63, ting everything out of what is on
Tunney got 58 votes, Walker 57, and Oreb 56. the field. "R o
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It appears certain Leonard will top the 1955 poll. Perhaps
Benny was the greatest of all the Ughtwelghts. Certainly the
qestiorf of all-time supremacy in that d=irton involves only
Benny and Joe Gans.
The old rwar has a- habit of sneering off Leonard's claims
with the statement that Benny never could la outlawed Bat-
(fg NeleAh that hot Beptemservsy at Gold field Ne, when Joe
*W oft a fout in the 42nd round. However, Leonard was a prod-
et of a di ent school of figlhtp in an ere of 10-rounders.
Then etp.a qetla aqanW record. For
a one, his ref5al! toe' gntu t q w York In
, March, 1900. This was in the 12thiat. a knockout
by Terry McGovern B OicN p is aibother bd b mark against Joe.
Sot only Leo. w, ht n ws look Olike
- winirs In the currnt'pall. w rdbas ha ttfiban an even
'chance, too.
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Tex Rickard Had Idea First
The old-timers' committee whih Is sorting out the candl-
Aztes who fought before IN%-, i naU certain -Mne Joe Wal-
-cok the Barbados Demon, who gave sway welitt' ith spectacu- 'f
lar abandon, and George Dion. Little ocote, who held both
t4he bantam and featherweight aaMonhip,. Waott owned
-it whel ter f .oe, ut n und a s fight, no matter bow
-big hi opp"unt. .-
Trary 9cO6pean&. ho .ed ut Dison for the weather pr
crown Nf Yorw k Is thhe fE t rond, be Atteld Sarm f
Lngfordv, the amagitoly scientfifim Drftcol. Battling Nelson
JWI. O.A."s, ad n OGrlfo. t, Auaralmau Phantom, are oth-
.r Itpw.rs0Vw :- .. _. .I
The boing Ha of anie Im uMnke mk otier sports panthe-
.4m in tU 9ouatry, in tdit' t di not 0 iUt ellglblilty to Amer-

W The Ide& 61 organtuiR a i2 ht1rs Nil f lame flrst came N
Swhile Tx fikard war pM OWg He wanted to aot space
,- thu Garden lobby for -' ettprs but just when the
o* psmse was about to become successful, Te died.

a d"- e .te' h a specW -'- -.-.
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a exciting picture anw

a U.ral4 left, amr Dod i sii w:fr
a doubleheader. Talk about

Duke Snider, Jackle Robinson and
Sandy Amoros--and Carl Furillo
was hampered-br'a-eharley horse.
What other club could tu e r
losses like that and stagger, let a-
lone keep right on going, as. have
the blokes across the bridge?
Brooklyn still rides along on
Branch Ricky building. The Ma-
hatma may have lost the touch in
Pittsburgh, but he retained it
while he was on Montague Street.
Dodgers signed during Rickey's
reign on the Gowalus. A refugee
from North Carolina State basket-
Lall Craig, a native of Durham,
N. C., was discovered by Pat.Mur-
row, a bird dog, and signed by the
late Frank Rickey, Branc h's
Three years in the minors and
two in the Army and Craig and
the whiplash at the end of his fast
ball was ready for Montreal and

Bessent, with equipment very
siFilar to that of Craig, originally .
was Yankee property, Leon Ha.
milton havil I% ned him out of ,
high school aksonville. Bews

spinal injury, corrected by aY u
son operation,
Meanwhile, Scout Hamilton had
changed the bas of his operations,
from Yankee Sadium to .bbets .
Fi nd. And wh6n he found,
Bessent was eligible to .e drafted
from' Bin bamton of the Eastera
League, e redbmmended that the
St. Paul branch pick him up for
,0. ^mal

Today Ewantfo 35. & .20
In Cinemascopel
Spencer Tracy, in
"Bad Day at Blaek Rek"
Plus: Stewart Oranger, in

Today IDEAL .20 .10
Robert Taylor, in
Jose Ferrer, in

Jail-Break in

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Pumping an iron lung by
hand, taking shifts rowing in
a stormy ocean, or flying up-
side down in a jet all come
under the heading of a day's
r work in the leg of an Albrook
l flight nurse.
Sometimes death hangs in
the balance as Antoinette Kel-
so. a red-haired nurse from
the 26th Air Rescue Squadron,
searches the eyes of an Injured
patient to decide the degree of
his injuries.
But whatever the task or
whenever the emergency call
comes It's never routine.
dFor a gal whose parents ob-
{ ected when she applied for a
pilots ,license because it was
to -dangerous," Capt. Kelso
feel she's come a long way
1. from her hometown of Mem-
# phis, Tennessee, where she
dreamed of some day becom-
ing a nurse.
But she never reckoned then
with the excitement and dra-
ma which fills her life now.

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ANtir i

. Being the only female mem-
ber of the rescue outfit which
rushes to the aid of sick and
Injured everywhere in the Ca-
ribbean and often to remote
sections of South America,
might have had its drawbacks.
But "Tony," as she is known
to the boys, solved this on her
first flight.
To set crew members at ease,
she made it clear that she ex-
Spected no special dispensations
because of her sex.
"I'll carry my own gear, and
want you to forget I'm a wom-
an," she remembers telling
them. From that moment on
she was "one of the guys." And
any one of the crews she's
worked with will be quick to
praise her sharp wit and
,cheerful manner.
Last October, Albrook's res-
eae unit performed-three dan-
gerous missions to Ecuador
within one month, all to eva-
cuate ollo-stricken residents.
Each time crew members' lives
were risked in dangerous land-
Fllht nurse Kelso recalls
vividly that on one of thee
trips when the planE a 0lh
proached a tiny airport 5n
Quito, 9,000 feet above sea'- .,
located among dangerousl"6
high mountain peaks. Nigt
had fallen. They were schd--
uled to land and pick up one
of the victims, Philip S ,
an American, suffering fou
bulbar polio. It would h&av.
been a hazardous landing even,
In daylight, she claims, butt,
night it was almost ilposl'
A plane-to-airport iesUage
was sent asking whether, the..
Silent could wait until d"w.I
*u the reply Indicated he wa
weakening fast. A hasty deol-
ioen" was made. The entire
group agreed that they maW.
risk their lives In the hope-of.
aving the one.
With only the headlights Of
four private cars to guide'
them to the small airstrp, the
mercy lane landed safely, and
when the patient was p ced
la an iron lung and rushed
back to Gorgas, their mission-
was completed.
Lung Worry

"I think I was too busy wor-
rying about the lung to think
about the landing,'" Tony says
The first time they flew an
Iron lung out of the country
was to bring back a young.
British geologist. John Taylor.
Everything seemed to go
wrong, First their plane lost
an engine and had to return.
The spunky flight nurse brewed
coffee (out of Nescafe) while
crew men worked feverishly
to repair the plane. At day-
break, when they arrived at
Guayaquil they were taken to
the hospital where the pftPnt
Was confined. All the ll ht%
went out. she recalls, the lung
stopped functioning, and there t
wasn't a phone available witb
which to summon the doct
who was helping prep
eoulmnent for the r et
The tinv nurse, who ths
about 100 pounds, too%. urns
hand-pumol, .the ltg104.lo-
ther with the dfeter nt
the electricity wa aired.


Rthat- she re-
ip with a nun,
Idaral cbhIdea,
'to understand;.

wit.- e w.- '4is t F .

MooA A.dN 1O.
and-I.-A --i.

Everywhee st oBe 0"to. t
i."mooaladia the W t.. Ol,
them-$hebe&oaut new -
Ilaw& t MWlift& n'W

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the plane which Is com-
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ment they
ty in some- .
in the fact N
sketchy details of
accident or ,fas
"We try o
almost apyta
.so t would

SNWo see new coul.
m and see h-w i. a rl
ve, skipper sia .. "W .f
have seen the all &'4 &NU
moodand the y fascatitg -
isah t. Tetr .is a regitered
'ime Mi neved, sit stll WsB hasi doe U sQ
.y 7teare i4 t rsi t

or d a coastline. DOLLAR QUEST
During all this time they live i Is w-e. Se h eves
aboard tnei* boat. improvising our a?, we e c? -0 ben l deves
new needsrothe work be ,a wod
or the sewing kit. "An 'real' wou be". .i t er oi t l?."
d*Us hahc an he iV s('MOsu
ds. t vee y non

4a. Id, thc *-.'Wo.P.+^Ate,*

.bad a o,. ".
and. tiiis r' I11c

for aaWe

rests the. e.

haworked as GR.'AN'D S f .-
tor,adesigne sur. ,-Mr., a WS KtiOa a
kg=dfr .8it16of M.
W.j svlor whatever he msan entered bito en Elt r- i
Ssuryedq Tas- drd heIto "U
er esladvisor said sheul--. ll el YON.-
r**1 IIIled a .which she a.* wh
iM Hpsed n
Aug 'g ,

;.taOble wth. being
an.. anMiedafn fn

Fo ndto. "
tpI asked him ,. 3
we wre tears streaina*
NeY" he said h wa e
p we wwee thereW A e
.pow. ToYP rolet him
We tfMPet fp et 5aber- "
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th.inre .t ,
btni '1. a It you
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d .ats has Zeuss; the Mitag._
of tiaond, ey...
At ccaBmm type of doute pl.ay t
two' three or four players btadl.

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1. Wttuh wI~d y twice itself I M.
a i ank, In the d song, stood on

tRIe. number reaqd by the a=manlet (t:
eaOB, century. g gition.
*heruiri tborougtrfe to the sNa w- -
mle la latitfae. to tUhe main."L
S. crac A the Wer. houM evea ml'* the
opportunity make 4 j. wpy. even toie you
ave Iseave tbemm I- -o it!
I. est pown of the Psalms.
8. somrtbhiag fr less thea a dollar.
r 4. the twelve natuh o the ear base
*th"a *y days. a no"
laLk top "aMtr at Ro maa3ityawT
& st a word Mhe manay time to nakB it yoursT



J IlIRST try this game o a. y elf, Uthm use it to
catch otUrp. Mark ten ldlseat rosei oan
.tme. ..i ; : each A a rst eight, place
I tiduWn g thea tasap and Utp a sw, 8
',,utol, t ta above.: t pbm s to. Movp
i thk matches, tiw'-oaomt mnes at Ai time, until the
E order shon In -the lower diapun Is attamaed. The

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1W. qlfd at the top:
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Tim Halit: 60 gecoads. No
'lair usgs a mirror.
a.a v
I4 s.,m .'y se ,,

rdu ie- m, ee rypto.
'1 l Wd a at ll euika,
yo' caP bot" at ts. ame
' aa ft Idple of the
Ssbstituo crypt, which means
one letter-slway the ~e let-
- tr-he bee smubstituted for an.
Other throughout And, if you
ImW how .aset, inetelks begin .
you will faid the Art few words
* easy to lgue.

iwounw osaC QInk
T 8mTr 'UGE,
0' 0L 580M0

A t the

o r nat Ii can yd
": nosy un a ccqarpble by a
l,.4 or at least d art of OAte.
After you've lted this
visual test, hen Is a hose count
that's a wits teiter:
At a recent family get-together
It waa discovered that thb fol-
.lowig relaUdtnlxp lcBlstd. 6-
., twean the peroar pestt' fath-
e.. r, mother, son, daughter, broth-
er, sister, cousin, meptew, niece,
uncle, aunt.
This led jo a discuglon as to
what wouldbe the lempt number
of people among whom these

a Dotograph for

.IT a6 pod thg Oretobeh
doesn't have to foot the bill
for what she sMes outside her
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A h. ~ a .oni the .San coa*
arw k- d to -r-.w out Ains, on
'^l Iproened, to aw them
od es*Her. Wiumr I the
Mb pat thre nenw aerome or tiagon-

at Conon gNs-or M wMW.

at Counting Noses?

various relationships could exist.
tow many would you may?
S(Step-elatlwe and in-laws a
ot .to be Included.)
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mt pooe .-ss )jan qq
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Junior Readers

A Catchy Situtwon
rISH and game laWW eaulre

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Perhaps "MIea

the p hiMtf
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or st str ly
stps is. taboo.
He dOetas't
have suh tm,.
ad you rn

can't s 44 for
the pety Wit.-,
, out lam' so Pedro
would lke. to

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eraitmm or hobbylts.
nboft of rnmMMtwy
irreedm, by Henry A. Davidem
(Rould Press: 8.75). Down to
now, Rdbewt Rules of rder has
earf l.0. e the mat tafutluSL.
0ivltft Wal. in Nuglink Dr.
Dlvidot, both -a protealonal
'arliamentara and pqehlatri,
Ih aMp6d.a feotmidable rival.
Improved Blk Be~tas by W. L.
Tewnt (Ca JUdd Pu. Co.,
145 pages: 2). Got a mn ill
place? While it-may hot support
a cow, it could enable you to
liave goats that- would supply
milk, oaese. butter. bhtis ds-
scribes the breeds, housing. etc,
Somb Commen Mishnresm ad
aew to KMew Theas by V. .
Charles (Govt. Priuting OMo
No. A 1-4-2*457, 60 page: 250).
How to TeeglDise edible tad non-
edible varieties o nd avoid either
(a) missing a tpothsmNO dish or
Ib) tood-polasolng.



F OUR kay
words in scels-
ton form are
given In the diL-
trams at rigft.
Objbet, of course,
is for the solver
to complete
them. Here's
Copy all of the
letters now
sho in the
empty spaces di-
rectly beneath
them. Then, using
a system of trial
nd errr. fll the

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aoe bets ou \ .
can make with .
almost certain rT-
suIts. For ea-
A bettor plaMes
three coins In a
row on a table or
other flat surface
me places the
piddle o'pin so
tat it Is slightly
niser to one of
the outer colas
than to the other.
Then be asks
someone to point
out thk etwo coins
Which ari farthest apart. "Wanna bet?" he Inquires.
OppoMpats generally pick out. the obvious pair.
In Whldh eaae they an wrong, of coures. The two
coins frtiest& apart are the two outer poins,-tbe
ased %a the stremities. .
. AM r bet that's Infallbly safe Is til& one:
l *p O mebody that you can push a quarteaj*rsucg
a n .f ring. Of course this aeeS. tasagij
but trick here tIl to place the quarter on the
table, old we dding ring alongside a- "push"
the sla through the ring with the a de anger .


- ljl irn' W rn t 33 040mA A t T.W 0, winnow. xuu ca n4M1 uUt. Wnalr
ne .o' mther nm,.tch p.tBln Ofa l-ht' df- T 4 T O W OOM 0 N i bsefop dot I to dot 15. Where or less lo length be thrown Wlek with letters that
f rent nature: 1"ow ca* you eangs 2 matters or It a D W 0o two numbers axre beside one.aot, when hooked or netted. Ba will form short
tgt*ke thdot fore both. M Arterwt erman catches one of thi speis wods.
to form a 10-lttwer ugl sh word mem aningpt up color the drawing wwith oloeM two inches and half itself long When letter is Inserted, J, t be,
i:.:-":" .. fo ,0ct w *eenm = up When re .
'n to8l pr? a3.k FA G]u 10n 3ew p OL pencils-or er crMay will he have to throw It back? srted In an entire vertical row. If It forms a
jslns N SA lt Wl -uewan .wej Mw esen.eq u 4 IDDiL lr m what number That s, will the fish measure words in each of the horital rows in which
D'JOA CM ag 1e equnm 5s US) t un )S- _' .1 can you take, haf and leaIve more or less than three Inches? pp, it may be one of the misag letters.
at P e T ..;: ol ut e m t9 :O. 1 pm i ./To i aol nothing? Uu nqomse ,se m o3o pug not pai a f l3 'n W .1i u ao 'Jl|
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1-What Is the M0th book of the
New Testament
8-Make thread.
10-Place ptopheled against (Joel



64--"Ble" and do not do what?
(Roa. 12:14)
U8-Pertness (olloq.)
Si-Park in Colorado.
I-What I the 32nd book of the
Old Testament?
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8-. ^et afddreft .
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ta muster O. dy0 k ,or a chane In',witf ceyersoy y osuka, Japan.


UND NO SCHMALTZ-This cool cat with the hot horn is
the star of the Dinkelsbuehler Knabenkapelle-a boys'
band from DinkelsbUehl, Germany, a picture postcard
town of medieval houses near Nuernberg. The band mem-
bers wear these 18th century uniforms and curled wigs,
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LOTS IN COMMON'-Sharon Grandsart (feft) coograt'i"es her niece Marlene Menard,
when both graduated from Chicago's Mulligan eleme 6j .schobl.. oth girls, who are
14, went through eight years of school in the same -dliass- ai usually wore same
clothes. They Will go to the same high school. Sharon iTrm afam ily of nine.

ON MAY. 25, 1955, the town of Udall, Kan, died in its sleep. 'Today, that town
is experiencing growing pAins as its people r(biid the tornado-leveled areas.
That tornado, worst in the state's history, killed at least 55 persons as it smashed
into town, flattening everything' m its path. Digging. Bat' from under, the towns-
people cleared away the rubble and started construction "ite.w buildings. Help is
coming in from all parts of the country to aid the inhabitantt-=with their "disaster
fund." The $250,000 which President Eisenhower: allocated f'&r disaster relief is
being administered.through civil, defense for restotitin "of town's public utihties.


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|"OF COTTON-Lois Faulkner, of Oklaho ~i, tlh "America Maid of Cotton."
every bit the bride although it is a fas on showing in Dusseldorf, Germany.
.. a-A

t iitE l esee loveli. arem'&a g the thirty prettiest airline
iin- the world and they're helping open a New York summer festival.

SWEEPING UP-Four F-86F's flash over the Chateau de
Bois Renault, in Buzancais, France, toward"their base.

* ALL DOLL ,P-foua Ifa@W'r "dolls"-but sAli two of
them for sal *akse appealing photo at the hopi house
in the Gran1 Canyon. Karen and Laura Thneche hold
- two Kachinia dolls. Their father heads the Hopi house.
Xtng features Syndicate

Thit oaerl view depicts the destructive force of the storm after it had swept through.


The same general area shown here attests to hard work put into cleaning up rubble.

Workmen are raising one of many new buildings

going up all over the rebuilt town.




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Spearfishers David Hinds (left)
and Benjamin Fitzgerald
With Bocas del Toro Blowfish

Stoy and Pictures Pages 2 & 3




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DAVID HINDS resists the advances of a poison us moray eel. His rubber shirt protect hm
from the ecld water. .
A .

Spear fi'hino

In Bocas


We had no idea when we left
Panama City what was ahead of
us at fabulous Bocas del Toro.
However, we were well p r e.
pared. Two days previously, my
companion D. David Hinds, had
arranged to forward by ai r-
freight our self-contained diving
units and the special portable air
compressor used for filling the
Now, as we boarded the regu-
larly scheduled COPA aircraft,
we tried to think back to be sure
that nothing had been left behind.
Our list of equipment was imp-
pressively large yet I foresaw a
use for everything. The items we
has brought included aqua-lungs,
compressor, foot fins, swim mask,
lead belts, knives, rope, film,
flashbulbs, the Rolleimarin under-
:water camera, a cine camera,
rubber gun, CO-2 gun, and a long
spring gun loaned to me for test-
ing purposes by Charles Aberna-
We took window seats on t he
plane and as it rose from Tocu-
men, both Dave and myself were
occupied shooting pictures of Mad-
den Dam and the Trans-Isthmian
highway from the air.
. Thirty minutes later, we were
in Colon, awaiting the completion
of cargo loading, then off we went
again, turning north at the Cris-
tobal breakwater and up the coast
to Bocas.
When we landed at Bocas del
Toro, my senses were reeling
from the dozens of beautiful coral
reefs and atolls visible from the
air. I couldn't wait to get into the
water and as soon as we had
gathered all our equipment and
registered in the local hotel, I
donned swimming trunks, picked
up a speargun and headed for the
back porch of the hotel, which
happened to be built over the -wa-
I was Interrupted in my pro-
posed swim by the arrival of dele-
gation of local skin divers.

It seemed that the advance pr-
rival of our tanks had aroused
their interest and as soon as we
registered, they had been notified.
We were introduced to Benja-
min Fitzgerald, Luis Cotes, and
"Cuchi" -arrios, who. promised to
meet us later that day for an
excursion to an outlying reef be.
hind the hotel.
An hour later, Dave and I, "Cu-
chi" and Fitzgerald were sitting
in a tiny cayuco, watching the
breakers streaming across a bar-
rier reef just a half-mile from the
Fitzgerald dove in first, a nd
soon reappeared with two lobsters
which he dropped, into the .boat.
He was shortly followed, into the
water by Dave and myself.
I took the long spring gun, while
Dave tried out the small cartridge
tyep CO-2 gun.
The bottom was a forest of co-
ral tree from which tiny fish 4art-
ed to pick at the moss onI the
reef edge.
Small groupers huddled against
the rocks blending so perfectly
that only the wide open eye gave
away their position.
The water was a pale blue, tap-
ering to a violet blanket in the
distance, and ten feet down the
ferns and sea grasses kept time
with giant coral fans swept back
and forth by the surge of the tide.
A large jack passed, then re-
turned for a better look. I hesi-
tated just for a moment, the
fish was almost my size, then I
fired. The first tug bent the spear
double and in a rush of bubbles
I followed the fish to ease the
tension on the line.
Our silent battle surged over
deep water then back over the
reef. where tiny fish peeped out
of the forest and a large snap-
per circled wide, curiously await-
ing the outcome.
Slowly the jack weakened and
as I drew it to the surface and

CARLOS FITZGERALD spears an Inhabitant of the coral reef.

CARIOS FITZGERALD leeks over the-propeller of. the largh
lumber barge aent forr'one of oar exearxies over the Becs refts

CARLOS PITBGERALD (left) md his brother Benjamn, look over a day's eateh, take from -
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pulled toward the boat, 'it made channel marking "ouoys that are
a last gallant effort to escape, and recognized as a bad place" to fall
did. overboard.
The harpoon pulled free .
and the"fish wheeled away while We dressed in aqua-lung outfits
I contemplated the corkscrew aand descended to the bottom, on-
which 't one time had b e e n a ly forty feet. away. and were a-
spear. mazed at the beautiful shrubbery
Substituting camera for gun, I on the bottom.
recorded this wonder world- on
film. The buoys were ,anchored on
Fitzgerald found -more lobsters, banks beside a deep chanel, and
D)ate' shot a grouper, and soon we of these banks to the bottom of
all returned to the boat, tired but of these banks to the button of
happy. We paddled to a small is- the channel ninety feet down,
land and drank coconuts, then fe-i we noted tat visibility Vat Mi
turned to Bocas just before dark. 'excellent, though nofish were to
Sbe seen .
Evenings .1 Bocas are very .
pleasant. We usually had supper 'e visited another Jegendary.
in: a restaOUaRt called. "Ry an s,' lOioncaAed "Jadk Bank gas
where the food is not fancy but .ere. ala found anu absence
definitely wholesome. fish, though an abundance, of ox
After dinner we would, walk up
to the tautoh landing at the other Dave got two beautiful hog-map
end b town", per' as this bank, while I*
ceratehed around under the rocks
There' we would sit And listen for lobsters.
to ti e ftih-fidelity. phograph, .- .
owned'y Mr. -Kirsh of the Clik. Cars. Fitzgerald tried to jo
qul laand for the laielh. frerp. Almiraite. be Wats unable to4h. -iW t
On ar tl'of ihe'- wt.,ch weaviaist wat14ng ourf a il J
woute drift back downatd* with eighty feet down.
the irowd to: the tiny park i the-...
center of town -here we would Our last day at Bocas del Toro.
spend the remainder of the eve, was also our most exciting. Not
ing dtttMassing the days spear- avi g .ee a single dangerous
fishing.: Ifish during our entire stay, we
I prompted Carlos to tell s where
These discussions were .nearly we might find a monster.
always supplemented by an occa-'
sional bottle of "pan liquido" He told us of a tremendous Jewm.
S- fish known to live under the docks
We' met Carlos Fitzgerald our at Almirante on the mainland.
second day in Bocas. He is a' This fish is believe to have eat-
schoolteacher in. the Bocas High en a good-sized boy who swam oo0t
School and an avid spearfisher- to retrieve a football.
Carlos also told us of a point
For the remainder of our stay, where a boat sank and an expert
he arranged trips for us, took-.s swimmer was lost. The body had
to his favorite locations, and in-inever been recovered.'
produced us to just about every. Dave and I decided to try for
body in town. the big jewfish at Almirante
docks. -
We found that the inhabitants of
this charming island have a great However the townspeople .had
many legends concerning certain already decided differently. Every
locations. place we went we were counseled
[to stay away front Almirante and
We found that the 'most. feared i no one would lend us a boat for
fish was the~ 'rherou" or jewfish. I such a venture.
In an effort to put an end to
some. of these superstitious, Daye We finally settled for the second
and 'I made a .point of regularly choice, a point called 'B a s t
sprearfishing in "dangerous" wa- mentor.' Carlos showed the way
ters. and we were accompanied in the
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C&SNdS FmR GEKRlALD, Becas del Toro's most progressive spearsftisherman, tries oft a self-
o. tainted diving teak.

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DAVID RINDS peers through a school of small saaid at the underwater photographer.

UlMIX WVL explains specltal ures used fore developing -
:agerwater pletafes to Bob Melivolme. The aolleimarin made.r- ,- ..
wa e 'flta Vamera used fOr these pictures is shown ow the BSINDAi4AT aUTr mnd coneeriY the BDcas de Tore B ambefl Band Is' attended 'by aeoost
eomater. everyone In town.

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I am debtor to all, to all am I bod" '.
Followman and beast, season anf
And Hife and death. On the
See, I am borne, on lost erran
By spent harvests nourished. il
To Rods forgotten bringble
Rusted arrow and broke bow, look, they prefer
Here in this Plaue. The never.-won etonglio
That sankn the n as the years intotbae,
Slowly wh ll it mn ad thing,
Keep me safe now. The ancient waters
Cleanse me, revive me. Victor and
Give me their passion, their peace ad th field.
The meadows of lthe hed twilight aond me.
The dead In their sices keep me j orF.
Have me in hold. To all I am bounde.

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While we .ini w ls -.
The ga lta f aay the whSk
Must come out oW, Who, what we are,
Where we.,hayw .s irm with VWlt WOeS, whoee
Country or camp we plot for or betim.
Question on question.
We have stood and answered through the standing day
And watched o aoos the road beyeil the edge .
The ckelet Jrtie pairs go b,
Hand nked fl'i d, wanderinR another star,
Bo near we couwm ut to them. We cannot choose
Answ ,or action
Thou tl tm klwers sauater by
And feld le near.
aeWe a-e
And .W Interrqatlon is going aO.


They .apt live In the world,
Are M ttime apd spmee
um irth to deith hube
Noe word do they se, ,not one
To t a foot pon,
Were never in any place
ror by words the world was called
Out of the empty air,
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lP t l t d tier f a, Ariside Briand, power at Geneva will play from
l the ftie and German dQl"t Ih esawort length.
be h1 "a I age to patch apa betwins
alfdimat t~ e ~ ""wa those two age old W, No asy Rada
ab lfirPst _tg k France and Germmay.
-S a. fl h L When it comes to any quick aad
t i a bnti As tbes conversations Mald. eay roads to peace, h Rs
to .r9 0e eve0 's dY also watih th uime s l might well study te 1a ex.
IdentiWid with the Indochina e- of A d ower parlae of the secretary of war
ference which hia secretary e and ow, ase Leage Na- who promoted him fro lieten
state balyooe as th "orl'mtis more ak to the ant colonel to etenat g~eral
best hope," but which-turned out had only the nO aand heped ass im as con-
to be one of this country's most iq rhtak -t prsevMing uaad C Epe-tre
rushing dipomatiUe deaths. To eJ smuggling. ame -l.. BtUao.
other diplomats, Geneva a city
which has watched some of the Mmaiewwr a1m r At a a
world's't tdrJeg R tiM. .ad al Woisd ,War Itpm
world's hgers. But there is at ig IhMe Wenew that ana M wa il t
It warteod td bth of Woodrw between Geneva's draoesf the wa dg eseye, r
WlsM'a dream a bright mw .IN'A .and the postim Piat Pfe e e
and peae rd. dentEim-sCrisOina I mM e,

atIe aw rdsse a
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And it wadial EYimp ter t g1,1 ie IW. ague of Nation la thme yu. te eued p
Selassle walk dow. ra# the eA- days was operating without the "
gue of Nationss rotnun afr hbb Unitd State. t wa uSplag the Vq911
a for D &i," alone crut, withthte oe -reS ld 40 eM an U arm
hearted. -'bsaten ma, m fb he most powerful nation in e stnws i,.e4.
heaI te aee th at ew world, aloof, suspicious, and rooMed' ak Ita. t
him, more e t t hbi hti plea Isplated. ".som e whi .h jf
ta tof It Leagae's enal an d uw _a m

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might ofavusa# esuria in 1981 the ferM t and
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Tset M tpeS t t atnwe .de. ot dh I. taffn, who were present\ to move
i a eJtfsdet Et 8ws sTad t Venamuela p te fst elwatwdu y hglee
a fth S enm re a ..e e. "a. Mrs.. Tt Coally, wfe of the ndned sa t ... y re.

bMlt. Iwhlth.sua.t evaeu i t let Stwf i a a Eitot Navy
c-rm411*9 5ct 1100e h1 oraG gtqC.e ueed to do suh hiniswiawiveas U ? i aVIE that the
r .- their husbailS' ogies d Admira oug to stick to ae
b Mr *- :tdtudteHe iss we S sa15yl a^y, lB e. ing, .. _st-war, ,-_diplomatic tri So sting refugees.
minstrtion Is a eoeead, t .. .sIort :s ize .the alr .onA.o ng did .fr. Dean Acheon, wfe of -
eainot have the Clap heaP feu easO." form sparetary of rtatI. |
ram rand bend. Issue, It wo am ,s c fr i 4t ofn the We ---s.. a nkasy New Ambassadors have
much h eferothe Frt. pHr f; 'qauteel id T oe et thet Weees. er a bu strike: veen arriving in Washington late
e. Ie oue to he rGore rbaly a tl',a,,- are tip e itsersa mnwIn He Eeportf: Secretary of the Treasur ly Including Saddigh Muntasier of
Sate. r 1 how yu a.m jdt,; George Humphrey wa last to a Libya, Don Fernando Fournier of
But V"wh-h"r e S 'letpr ,l .sm-no u to t? I ecohoi you take, n rive at a Cabinet meeting, per- Costa Rica and Haydar Gor of
wBming to veInept the Houm e po- Nt Thes same aunts are btb M. to get. Afet- spring and breathless. car. Turkey. And they've a been
aram, involving a-,tonotivot t .a a" o!f ,,e ,a.. ly ~..uig does a t caught in a hopeless traffic startled by the informality and
usedah, i ele s oa. os tent .ax s[ Ita cold glass. Bt m so he jumped out and loped lack of ceremony when they
s way t p m to ma th uets think they're six blocks to the White House, he make their official presentation of
shapes tw tW, we, t. tll etara by we explained to a grinning President. credentials to the PresIdent. In
further revslea i like foam: tt ,use th nst ear and test a Wi. te m arti and ste net day a op at the corner many epitals they make a big
Inerease.apolU e taxes im toew to as so -uld ply more:- an amt "summer atd serve of oe the busiest interections "do out dftoe performance.
to teeto gallon, mto yieldau stnt lvquipmet to em and gin-aid-teale ke was having enough trouble ringI Most surprised was-Ambassador
an et 475 dollars a a.. Fo ,- -4 ensetion otea". however, the veteran bour- to handle swarms of ears fof aork. hen he was ushered to
Increase tae ea new trOs paty fr new ig., more thm a*ol 4._ sotch edrein usually government workers healn- '"-'- n*f-e' the" President stood
from 8 to 10 ipent o yield a I "~e "^ u p ma don't -a "r t tht water 1me. Add to his problem wa up, grinned; pumped his hani and
.extra tt doar a year.o.. bats is lke,'" a fleet. cial limousines do, ve youp here
laerease diesel fel taxes from proasoate leage ba. s Ible-parked in front of a mervk Ambassador, come In and
mh,- .Rsep. 4 i v at Walright theater near the corner. Ike was sa umow.'
tao eth. an, Hpou to. -_- .
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" water by a local diver known as' We saw leopard ray, tarpon
Thomas. I groupr, jack lobsters, parrot-
I left the camera behind, at fiTh.! &I tapPer, 0 in the space
'Bastimentos' and c a rr tried oa-o' i.A-holr.
asied a powerful rubber n gun We oo had a nice catch nd
As sW.a I hit the wawtr, I we ,hdn .a
dead bimk- earl,, fok the fare
was face to face with al five foQt I " arty, the loea
Sbarracda, j boysi and girls were putting on oi
I felt rather than Wsai bavend
Thomas beside me, o adrlanlt' Holmeward bound, the next day
on.thefish nd it way. I thought of the wonderful peoil
The barracudas fially 'ended uI bda met. They had al ti
in full flight and disappeared on leave froin wet~to me Us off oi
view an, aoe .
Hind* fird at-a grouter_ and tt Mint -i *b e d
thkee sharks Wheeled in for a comf b 4ct. .
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Luckily, Dave has. nlss ie,/his ch$T ia .t aafou as. s.i
shot and the sharks left, cod- wonderful people at Toae
vinced that there Was no food in ro, think for wonderful holiday
the offing. and hope to see you again omon.

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that aliatd Bender .dt" to "pressure" and
R-' ... _e promptly-ad
axigrY--Ifeldle It"demands.
The r e.Mt of the Chamber of Commeree claims
that the see Valey Aluthority Is costing tak-
payers A'tretty eny. '

0 ta! t l.eIi t %utton told the Senate
Ut or ttee tiat the TVA has cost *x-
h is.-.. subsidles ..
raeM suid be boosted high
o u produ len .and transmission costs,
and te and ral taxes. .
The firt.hurricaneof..:eson s become a
alli ^^'1 waS d 12 nred mil
osf fthe a .fofi t Th ip weather
S r ea yrhtt* t n .Ues have been o-
Sd*red to taWe b hIk on the s-alled eastrly waste
-Just Ia Case,
M t f t-he U.S. was bothered by the record heat
wave which sent L temperature zooming ts new
.ht .oomin-t,. o' ew
The weather bureau npflte& that the thermometer
-, in t.he e "practially from coast to coast. Some
places 6n the-Atlantic and Pacifle coasts had wer
temperatun a tJ to. seas brees. And cool i rrom
a! w" .peattre into the 8ai i
t these w-*9fle lady ftO .or -most pf to o na-
t. cthe-ferst* wi the same--very hot. .
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Orey o0"d"tan" 1
S However, his statements were questioned by lbical
labor leader an Americans in Panama. Head of
the CIO' ocal 90, Jose R. de Castillo argued thas
plweg's statemnthts were "false, misleading at Sx-
t il of the Central Labor Unlici-etti
Trades, Couan-eMd a statement that Dlweg wa
not tt -RItte wa hlngto .- .

grade lc e ildrn (of !or r.
only), Wibe I Ji edI
day, We a and Thmsday of next w .. :
jThe vaedu #a$ donae free-, o f ,r by'
National FounP o; 1 "tastUe ar lys. *,
of non-gcbrnufent emniployawbw.att n, Qcnl Zone
sc .s will be 5lltMe tbI S 'pSit sabhotS
' learan- for the use of. the vaccine lor first
and second grade government employes' children
was received u. the Publc Healh Service fol-
lowing an expensive .re-teting of the vaccine.
S the Balboa Courts last week one case drw a
orowd of C U1 Zone polleme as spectators. .hey
were the Wp f .f a bftttery charge
against a surly 20-year-old youth, James Ford, who
was found razig.,u strike itu a poiicemgin.
What made the case noteworthy wis that it ius.
the third s;eh incident to occur i .we Canal Zone
wth a Jtoat-we- k period. "
S.lboa Magistiate U. Altman fined the defendant
$10 for trespaAsing in the La Boca Commissary.
where he was apprehended, and sentenced him to
spend 15 days i *t for battery. -
Rem ked eolcman after the case was dis-.
5posed of, This 5ees to be open season on the police.
A bashf& r airman from Albrbok's 26th Air tea-
gie Squaordn was the recipient this week of the Oak
Laft Cluster which he was awarded for herolam per-
formed atoi an airplane crash The hero, James R.
Bartlow was credited with saving the lives of two
crewmen whom hb pulled- out of a flaming Albatross
Which crashed in Jardin, Colombia last January
white on. a mercy, mission. Three -men lost their lives.
S-rtlow already. was the proud possessor of a
Soldier's Metal which he was awarded for similar
heroism at the Ashbiya Air Force Btaaf in Japan. -'
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Polieman and ftremen on the Zone were logdMi i
forward to the TIha enactment of a bill w h "lif
passed would give increases averaging q
7%4 percent, retroactive to last Mareb 1.
The Benate passed the bill which was sent to the
House for further action. -
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Aibrook Air Force Base is slated to get a beauti-
l new .dlliensary building at a cost of about $47,-
0.. It will be oomopleted early in December.
The Work on the project will be carried out by
0alvlilo and Roquer Ca. Ltd. of PanamA City.
Willim. J. Sheridan, MI who has been seriously
Ill at 0il as 0 tmal following a skull fracture ke-
erd w.w n he fe.noI fm an pleAted forkUlft whUe
working 1n A1rook is considered 'J be improving.
The I-yer-old uth Is the son of Public Defender

,. oreign Servr caerw offSter 'Jullan F. Harring-
,.t of _lamkiglm. Mass., was nominated by Pres-
ida~bjt x nLoiWe BO the post of U. S. Ambassador
A M .wwll suceA Selden Chapin .it

ft;t t n i or f Taft. Anal- a comm

Is.te "vofd confidence in Anto.
nfl n, iW becomes offally the premier of

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e. .ed abu a new L
Is in the Army,.
"6/ im OI a. October. But urc.ia, .re-
pots -illt pmiann s out of the r rey,
d. wi 4 ^rl Festk m. their r-y.
b te p xyr true. they shofl Riad1e5 the
ieairt r ia t l cA t3loe: tBefc'.enterint the
Arim.y la s ugnP delayed for-Lo;isvile t,-the -;
AmerMa Assodanmon. HRe!stnted 3,..- ace,- Man& b tA
a record of 10 wins an'd-on le4esab he nowAdrr-n -
the National Defense Itst, Bainrani ccjuld rejolm t'
Red lox without another player boln: "L'e"' -
the roster.

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chiefly the IBC.
The new licensing procedure will use these consider.
ations-moral character, reputtlon, age and experi-
ence, financial relonsbillty. general fitness, and the
best teresta of the sport.
Other 'fto tb o would rare all license appl-
cants to be finger printed, and would require promo-
ters to carry accident and death insurance on all
The code Ilso would give the Commission the right
to suspend any licensed fighter, manager, promoter,-
or handler without a hearing.
The new code Is an outgrowth of the investigation
of boxing which followed the mysterious ntollapse of
light-heavyweight Harold Johnson during his fight
with Julio Mederos last May 8. Governor George Lead-
er suspended all boxing "In Penusylvania far '90 days
alter that bout. Crowley hinti there is a strong poe-
sillity that Leader may extend the ban beymid Its
expiration date of Aug. 8 so the Commission can con.
tinue its investigation.
A United Press survey shows pitched balls are
knocking down Brooklyn batters at a pace that may
set a new recoril. So far thit season 31 Dodgers have
been hit by pitched balls. Four times the Injuries were
severe enough to sideline the player,. The lague rec-.
ord is 53 hit batsmen-set by the 1917 Olinta.
Manager Walter Alston was asked if he thought the
Dtchers were deliberately throwing at the Brooklyn
SAlston replied: figures pretty muh
26r theiAeelves.
P aon : .. ltpl go around knock-
'e T cleanest record
l ~t t,. Utime that 31
.,ht, only nine
billi~ ; ? _'- 7-.*
St. Lthe ato League In hit-
tin t -t. U t aIt least one occasion
eaW rid-lleos warned the
Clarda at battrK
The itc*lt er tb" hu. tu ItRoy Campanella.
the league's le l batter. Was hit by A Bt. Louis
piteh,.e ,Idt.
Cardinal pitchers have hit 36 batters this year.
That s0 nt more than. the 27 batters the Gilant hurl-
ers h i more than the 19 batters hit byCIn-
0. urgh pitchers.
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It ook -l end of the frail for a veteran pitc-
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