Sunday supplement


The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01638
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01638
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Related Items: Panama America

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Board Chairman

Arriving Here

On Inspection

Earl D. Johnson, under secre-
tary of the Army and chairman
of the Panama Canal Co. board
of directors, will arrive early
Monday afternoon aboard the
Panama liner Cristobal from New
York for a" visit of about ten
visit Is for the purpose of
ma a thorough review of va-
rius activities and a personal
Inspection of installations for
which he has responsibility In
his dual capacity. Most of the
early part of his stay will be de-
voted to Panama canal matters
and later in the coming week he
has arrangements for a series of
consultattoas with military offi-
cials nd various Inspection
arips to Army installations.
Johnsoq will be accnpanied
by Mrs. Johnson their son,
Raud K.' Sohmson.
Tra as.offlclal members
of his -re Michael E. Ka-
lette, s.ial consultant In the
of lee f Secretary; Col. John
T. O.elJ d-Lt. Cok Hiner
H. members of John-
son's ta nd CWO DeBolt O.

Jo unsam'and hi party will be

euwpsl w lU beard a apeelal

Newman said that he is con-
templating a trip to- the Mone
but has no 4bflnite departure
date set and he might go to
the Zone with some members
of Congress If they decide to
visit there for first-hand in-
spections after adjournment of
the present session.
Meaftwbile, 1A auditors of his
hcf'Jly I Jr AiwhftJklkWl

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Mootorf t 9em w %l V be
same men who visited the lhe
tat W 'ear, he said, adffing that
Ath l a re several of the Zone
-- r alro do on. oM na still to be looked in-
T o :toueh so the police and fire
devotld to centern"Wes dePart nts
iouP*S Cw 4 Newman said the controller
Od rtofal m e rLindeley Noble will come here
iKv^l Ion CoInnext month, and indicated this
S de. his own departure'for the Zone
tS E B e probably also would be delayed
calls to h he i on that account.
tm athr He said that when he goes to
C u t: a n cl ,1o e oft h e o th e Z o n e It w ill be to lo o k In to
uso e e the progress made there.
Old Isu rD rea, He said the possibility exist-
id Division, COi- ed that he might go at the
Divu Co. Cm- same time as some Congress-
tnhe ~t~M d fourth days are r
sce to, be devoted to the T nyo ts FAr New
Armed nM activities In the ITryouts For NeW

char lof the rd of Theaterf Guid
dlreow f "Are MuW- Wob-o
mto natef v oc- Play On Tuesday
ost of thmmv w slateoor dis-
eulon wl-0Tde" Ge oor and The Theatre Guild announced
hlls taff ,,,r'lous bmau dl- yesterday that tryouta for Its
ec.tors. -_.P_ .- b: next production "Over 21" by
thOe Mi5u oatPanama and ar- Tuesday anod WadBneday-a 7:30
ranm t been made p.m. at The Thektre Guild wrk-
w.h W n d Canal off I- sho next to OW Alcon Lad .
W p pe- complete pic- Thi deUghtt cIM ed wll be
ture or Ibe.. layout of the presented under the dire"tm of
various MA j and to acquaint Len Woreester from Aug.IS to 22.
him-wt. a round of all op- The play has 11 charter s in
eraton... the cast including six =en and
,1- V------- five women. -
Hi Tides All members -of The Theatre
111 "*Guild and everyone who. may
VTfl S TIDES wish to join re IlftW to the
:, LOw tryouts. Help aUo wli bb needed
4:2 a& 10:40 a.m. in many non-perfonrmMg capa-
4:3k VOL. 11:02 p.m. cities. '

)men because meme ag
Congressional comm
cerned might want
familiar with the
the Canal company to
pany them.
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- Chairm a -
of the Senate For Mz
Committee said
cent anti-Soviet _i
hind the Iron Qarta&
given the United Si
"golden opportuntl to
demands on Russia adna
them up with strength. .-
"While Russia apearsatSI l
a monolthi state, a
there are stresses ndiu
within that state whl*h."
under proper conditions t
asunder," Wiley &aid ,
He said the Soviet d e M
at home Is Indicated l'
anti-Russian dem tra
East Germany. Cchoto k
and Poland, and that h .lw
good time to make aAM "h
mands on Russia:
1. Get out of Southm Jt
and stay out.
2. Get out of East
and stay out. -. e
3. Disband yor .*atetlie
mies. W
4. set Poland aLd uthw
slaved lands fnee. .
5. Permit the
Germany and free
6. Conclude is ]i
treaty with Austri.
7 Sign a bindi
irrevocable arm e il.
1 8. Get your
henchenn out of L
9. Implement the
of Korea through hAee
Turning to
lems, W;Ley urged
Elsenhower to laU1
discipline if h
feuds within the OP
a shambles" o at &
He complained
publican party
"Syngman R W V1hoV
play baUlIf they a1W
to make -he=u-e. ,
&I say with 0l4 T '
frankness that I i
the admn-
sponslbiltr taMMfl
work, rathlaer hqato'
mit and fal to I I -
Wiley did i a
Syngjrn Rthees" he
to in hwpAeabata haftc
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Says Situation,

Hasn't Change

In 40 Years

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WASHINGTON, June-27 (UP) WiHlliam .
man, Jr., of the division of audits of the General
ing Office, said today that Ms next trip to the Nl
Canal Zone probably will depend on Congress.
Newman also disclaimed any responsibility for
recent action of the HoUve of Representatives in elom
ing certain benefits for Zonians.
"That was Congress/ not I," he said. "Whal4
gress is economy-minded, it's the same way. wheth i
are Democrats or Repulicans.
"And le situatide' in the Zone has not change
40 years. They have bad no increase in rents, and
have free hospitalization."





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Electric Wiring,

Conduit Piping,

Also Make Rifles

NAIROBI, Kenya, June 27 (NEA) Kenya's Mau
Mau, finding it more and more difficult to steal guns
-to arm their ragged army of savages, are making their

I have just been shown a collection captured in the
battle area of Nakuru, 100 miles west of the capital.
I saw rifles made out of lengths of electric wiring
conduit piping and "bamboo bazookas."

* Aussie Cattle

Take To AI

After Drought-

SYDNEY, June 27 Air
freighters are playing a new
role in the cattle industry of
Australia, home of the well-
known Air Beef scheme.
Aircraft are being used to
llf, stud bulls from 19 cattle
stMtlons In New South Wales
r d Queensland and carry
them to a stock sale at a
sta.lon in an area which was
recently hit by drought.
..ere leading cattlemen will
hther to purchase selected
buls which will be used to
Improve the quality of their
he. s, which has been run
down because of the drought.
-ie Commonwealth Govern-.
ment, recognizing the impor-
tance of this aerial sale to the
future quality of the country's
beef, is paying half the cost
on a pound for pound (sterling)

Ike Fires Chairma,

S WABHI)N1to June 27 (UP)
,* e hnow r tocay
-Jr., of me international O*aims
"a ond McKeough, both
.a- etocrats. -
,aey had refused to quit
whtn the new Repuollcan aa-
Manhtrauon came to puwer',
aepe a demand from pros-
; lenUal assistant Dbnexman
Adams. Marel said 'Thursaay
the Oemand A4A part of a
"patolsage deal" to replace
tMeM wixn Repuolucans.
Ig'A Whie House said Mr.
j owner, expects' to name
S anod ,B.' T.egarden of the
: curl'e. s exchange Commia-
so,''as' acting member and
^-man, and Geoar ge W.
aI the Justoe epart-
S Oae lM aetithg memberr,
1" i a. toramer Dem-
WA' es GOvernor of Dejaware.
enough is a former Dem-
,* ocra gressman from 11-
,Aryvel ckgrged Thpraday In
Ieiers to memoirs ofCongress
and 14,000 claim-
nts that thes administration
S withheld the agehy's bud-
t t f ores to force him
aft out.
Tha White House had no com-
Wii aon thsa charge. But Mr.
siediOwer said in identical let
Stera to the two men that he was
S miallatg them, electiv next
Tuesday, "in accordani
my delire to tffct a complete
persital change" in the com-

Si MAinnie Headrick, a great-
mUdmbotber, should have all
S rts i of mpd fortune, if there
o ng to the tour-leaf
ot only ashet found one
On .the White House lawn in
on, D. C.. but she has

addb~~e debgver

i Wtr, under luck,

f^to l sate rs

ji a .. ".poi out W-,
r'e s* discovered a
Mt year and a five-
SbrinM her luck,

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As British troops deploy to
new jungle stations for the
final assault on the Mau
Mau, combat patrols of Afri-
can troops, special police and
loyal spear-toting natives are
recovering many of t h e
They Include the home-
made variety and latest
type automatic carbines, sto-
len from Army depots and
police stations where security
measures were allowed to

Long before Mau Mau
launched their attacks on
European farm houses from
their .forest hideouts, they
had been aacumulating a
miscellaneous armory.
It ranged from ladies hand-
bag automatics and parlor
guns to colts and elephant
They augmented that ar-
mory in carefully planned
and bloody raids.
Today the picture Is. chang-
ing -slowly.
The tmsqeion of a gun to
the Jtau Mau is a sign of
rank. Some of the swagger-
ing leaders styling themselves
brigadier, generals and
sporting stolen uniforms go
about armed with as many
guns a they can carry.
So In forest hideouts, in the
mud anid thatch huts in
mou .villager and qven
on i fatms, in slims
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FLUSHING A MAD MAU: Argast the real rifles of Kenya'1s sIle, thd 'g~tr"i lte are
resorting to homemade rifles and "bamb oo basookas" wileh very .tekfem.

workshops, Mau Mau men
are turning out. guns by the
They are far more danger-
ous to the firer than to the
target But they have mo-
rale value.
A young police officer who
brought in two homemade
guns while I was at Nakuru
told me:
"The Mau Mau know that
It's almost certain sulide or
at the best, a blown-off hand
if they flrb these things.
"But when they go on food
hunting forays into the re-
serves or try to press-gang
new members a gun is a
powerful weapon, even the
sight of It.
"The average Kikuyu cannot
tell the genuine from the
fake. To him anything that
looks like a 'bundooki' (na-
tive word for gun) Is a 'bun-
These guns had barrels
made from three-feet lengths
of three-eighths-inch .electric
The butt was roughly carv-
ed from a branch, and the
bolt was just a door bolt.
The firing meehankam was

a piece of elastic, tied a-

round the handle of the bolt
and secured to a nail on tbh
To fire, the elastic Is re-
leased and the bolt shoots
forward to strike the primer
of the cartridge.
That's the intention.
"These guns will kill more
Mau Mau than they. will kill
us," a policeman explained.
"That's why they rarely in-
flict casualties on the securi-
ty forces. But the 'bamboo
bazooka, that's a different
kettle of fish altogether."
And so I saw the Mau Mau's
secret weapon.
It's dangerous and has al-
ready put one police officer
out of action. And its simple.
It can be made In three
It consists of three main
nlgredients-four-inch length
of hollow bamboo, a stone,
and stolen 12-bore cartridges.
The cartridge is inserted
and the brass lip rest on
the edge of the bamboo. *
Then the stone Is "just bash-
ed against theWriX ieL There
is a lot .of -eatl, but at
point ba r p these
weapons a ne, e ua..

"They can use 'em at
night." I was told.. A MMau
MUS is challenged it close
quarter. He is told to shove
his hands up.
If he ba" alsedfd basooka'
in one hand and f atone in
the other, all he does as he
lifts his hands to bang
one against .Amh
"One of ob "a
that one tbe Vth'
In hospital .
have ddg ha pel-
lets out of S b Ifa onm
of his lupg bua ert col-
"The Man u M,_ g
these by the lunura ,l
are not meof of a .wAs
but they make a h ng and.
they can do damage."
And so the Mau Mnia bat-
tle goes on, the prillve a-
gainst the mote .
It 1o estimated that the rtal
Mau Mau army numbers
something like 500.
That's the harb core ql
desperate murder ww em
ca s t mW ,Woa 3 M0-
000 b Who
sworn "6nQt Sear t, 01 oft
the society .to kIlt whetr they
are called upon to do so.-

Fighting Allies Of" The United



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These are fighting men
from the countries which
joined with the United States
to form the United Nations
army which for three years
has held back Red aggres-
sion in Korea.

BgLOIUMtl eret h sitadar AUMRBWAl
garb for this soldier wbo kiws a
4 the value of epouleetlive semurity.j tsil a

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Arraol J. Toynbee.
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. -....., TO Hong At Panma Library O UEnsal Job

lbg. -sjaa|ttle|B~ iSnp Pam CThe job of Awatch mutilator" is
An exhlttlen f 20 prbtures mlayu and has arae prize awards unusual but the title is mslead-
sa'a fr the 4nnur by Piva Ftrehl. 'ane of the both in Pan.ama d the Canal ing, says T F Barnes, a local
*,M18 .is rDs. William Isthmus' leadiLg Alt Zone. horologist.
Mrs. Bruce tel. will on Wednesay a. Beades, the lsage. portraits in Barnes explained that his job
Oa SM'4 hthe Nauional under her current osow,.the artist is takes grat skills He has to puta a
.at ." '... ^ Kthe plail wfpgreby the works of x halS pastels of watch out of commission by dis- man betiful tylo
a s e of t Paznna lan and American 'ruota flowers and a water- tu-bing some minute part of the .m
:_ .be p lonit at artiJsts are gi e hange Ga c0" olor Ypa ted In E V ale: wr s., f e
. pla*t foS e Best pan-L Ilbl atthe hibite in Panama and the Ca- On eazthibit for 10 days starting morning, afternoon ad
.- Mht. : aw dnrteo rme JMt, nl Zone. Wed y will be: (The name makes everyone evening w, er
o e: AANl0e" (CA Crpyon). think of a juvenile with a ham- E a
S... '"*r . MrfxlVs. Fafhrltld's show will be "Richard" (Cont. Crayon) mer In his halinds," Barnes said.
*It .me iu 947p mww P." br No. IIts ao beahn th 'EUno Loml2prd" (Contd mission without damaging the .
O a .n toi the di from 9 oii .BMoolno" (0oiU) Cour- p
ar .m. unl noon.nd ro3 t of Mr. o). Barnes who wa recently ap-
i .aa L g on Curnu to p., u. "James z, t )ek (011 Courwy hinted "watch mu Istr" f o
Safter henp dt heBynr Ewa atch oLf
ad n the P and Trinket" (Paste logical Inttute of America, aid
e d who en o one block O Cthe "Dn" (O) Courtesy of cla commission it is sent to an ap-,
Sa oaanmma .oalp.of 4a anOl- 1andl, prentUc horologist. .
'."m'e ^M ioii nnmer who- hil]iVed After the apprentice repairs ,
lisaethIIae s nds tes w o am "Elaine" (O il) Courte s of I. the watch It I sent to the nst- '
.E ., of ran dfkl ere th ,e .w atc .h,
,b 8 oAr, ..P... "ot a" "
ms (Mfr LAtLlAM (botlou. GRAnNLD tR a pPetMice U
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Work-saving .Idea for wash-
day c:n. save your tme, tern-
PORTABLE CAMP STOVE in a modern versleon makes cooking per and money, when the hot
easy sa eemical on Asrican meter vaestla. weather increases the weekly
laundry load. .

Ted Pettit of Long Island,, at one time. It Is easier on New, techniques for starching,
conservation director of the- the stomach, and breaks up dyeing and washing, fine wool-,
Boy Scouts, takes his wife and the journey. You'll probably ens and delicate. fabr cs by
two daughters with him on lunch on the move. Sand- machine (tested by. Mrs. Jes-
motoring vacations. By prepar-; wiches, canned fruit juice, sle Ca~itwright, laundering ex-
ing their own meals, he says cookies and fresh fruit will fill pert an&d director of. the Norge
they can go twice as far or the 'bill. Home .Institute) have opened
S stay twice as long for the same Evening meals are easiest my eyes to the fadt that I've
money. when they are one-pot affairs been. 'doing processes by hand
They use a modern, portable such -as stews and casseroles. that a machine can do easier
camp stove that burns liquid: Aluminum nested kits which and faster.
fuel. It makes things easier and imn.lude pots, frying pans. cof-'
limits the danger of starting i fee pot, cups and plates are Other tips from Mrs. Cart-;
forest and grass fires. He says : handy and take up little room wright make washday easier
to take a Dutch oven or top. i) the car. Get a pair of heavy whether you use a nonauto-;
o* stove oven along. workman gloves instead of pot matic or an automatic ma-
Camp experts of the Cole- holders, chine. For example, properly
man Heating Institute give clothes fot the machine can.
these hints for enjoyable cook-, Meat Ball Soup save mending time later. That
ngp and time saving: (4 servings) means that zippers should be,
'. Menus for a whole trip .closed, pockets cleaned out,:
, should be planned in advance,! One pac kage dehydrated cuffs turned down ind brush-,
although you don't have to tomato vegetable soup, 1 pound ed free of grass, sticks and
buy all your canned goods and ground beef. Make small meat dirt. Holes and tears should be
e other needs at once. Many blalls and simmer in soup for mended.
fresh foods can be bought a- 25 minutes. Serve with Vienna
.' long the way. It's usually a, bipad and salad. "New powdered nouchlorine
' good idea to stop late in the ; bleaches don't weaken fabrics,"
aftenoon to buy food fur, Stew Pot Chicken ,says Mrs, Cartwright. "They,
the night and next morning.' (4 servings) can be used safely every time
i.nt.r example,. frozen orange | you wash. If you want. a
S uice wrapped in newspapers; Cook 1 package of dehydrat- stronger bleaching action front
will keep until morning. ed mixed vegetables and rice them," she suggests, "add, a'
s light breakfast and a light in water for 20 minutes. Then quarter of a cup' of ammonia I
lurch will help you avoid thgat add 1 cannedd whole chicken. to the water."
f.stoegy feeling during the trto. Mix together and cook about i to t
SIt's a lot easier to eat lJttle l1 'minutes. Ca.bhe served with! Instead of mixing starch so-
- a' often, rather than a lot biscuits. lution every timb you wash,
the expert freezes extA-beaVy
-4 .~ starch solution in ice cube
I trays and stores the froesn
4 ( cubes in plastic' bags inside the,.
freezer. My 14-cube tray holds
about a quart of solution. For
CHritical UsbLandls MiAA.t '' freezing, I triple the amount
Critical Husbands Might Try of starch suggested oon the
package for a heavy solution.
STo Stretch Markting Then- I dilute the thawed,
To Stretch Mar k I HW iar cubes with te., | propor-
tion to the' nAt.
o- ~Lightl, s(5ipC 106cI6the- Is
p SEVERAL wives 'have recently written me with this com- fastan easy In atomaticve
A plaint: Their husbands expect them to stretch a dollar further Washer. i~fto alfwa or have
2 tha any dollar in these times can possly be made to g9.. In spun dry tuaater way or the
I (a.h case, the husband hands over a certain amount each week ess witrcth sluon and figure the e
% for his wife to run the house. Then he can't understand why it dilution yol need figccord the
Doesn't cover everything he expects it to cover. dilution you' need according
,Here's one solution that might work. At least it orice worked to the strength of the solution
; for a father whose teen-age son couldn't figure out 'why he the washer. i
couldn't have things other children have. the washer.
,For a month the father turned over his pay check to the son Start the. machine and let i
and told him to Day all the bills. It was a rude awakening for th clothes slosh around in the t
the boy could actually see where all the money went. t. arch water fo a shtrnste, then a
Some husbands are like that boy. They have never tried to str wt er" tunue, ten .
stretch a certain sum of money to make it cover more than it p'iX h y
tomMiy could. Instead they have handed over a housekeeping '"More economical but slow- t
s ownasice to their wives and said.: You'll have to make this ." ... _,_..--l- i



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ilso a job fo6r. the machine. My machine visS. an agltastor
The precaution noted bY th action' wh Tick r ~ 1w lt
expert is to protect the. Ud of was too fought cohpany-
the machine from possible best blankets ,, eer curta
staining bythe dye. FOr this and handknit 4sawls. The seO
she rec6mlends a freeser-bag cret of hen stthodisa to remove
slipped over the lId. or a strip the agitator completely from
of aluminum ftollped to the th machine whilett washes.
inside. All'yu nee- to do is .
o dissolve the tint in an en- You'll need ~tbhe agitator it
imeled pitcher and strain it, place to dissolve the mild so
through cheesecloth into your or detergetA t take It out.
hot-water-filled maChiAne Let Pat the tem to be washed Iu
,he machine run fr a minute the macbhin, il0tributbii. the

% V- --........ .... . a.. .- .-- W.a&..". er," says i Mrs. artwright,, Is to mi andu uiii te muot es, auriu evI aqua e a-
ANto dip clean damp clothes in a into the tint bath. Reset an ter post. eOlvig a t
WIWaS SHOULD CHALLENGE HUSBANDS bucket of starch water, then automatic machine for the en- creates rwl of water, when
S e c t return them to your machine tire cycle. After d ying, rinse gently wa ,ht fables. If you
60 my advice to these wives is to challenge their husbands for spinryng. ess econom- the machine well th hot wa- upe an automate achlne, you
to take over t marketing, clothes buying, household needs for al but ter is t add the ter. are advised ove
Ateast three Months. arch to a full tu of rilnse T r delae w w -or
It should tbe a real education for them. They may not be starch to a full tub ofmuteo Another shortrinseh I o m ut r
abletoie thirivs an me mu water for the last minute of Another short cutith I two.inu .t f i
able to give their wives any more monfy to work with, but at ,the cycle. tried on this expt's rtecom- In a 'nan a n tic, rinse
least they shoulddhae a better idea of where the mohey goes Freshening the color of fad- mendation is machine-Washing quickly a&d JMd' iil
At least they may give the wife credit for how well she has done ed summer clothes by tinting i- fine woolens and sheer fabrics. out the ead wltwO'.
on' what she has had. i1 o .
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-- Leave your Auri iith one-f our Agens. or *r ofW.ips ~l"o. 57 "H" Street Panam& ,

No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6a

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Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivull Ave.-Phone. 3-v21. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 3-0441

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No; i55-flft 13th Stret -

Agenda itefnsrina d P ebkBdofes
No. 3 Attery |ak 2B330 6

Carlton Drug Store
f- tfl MeMdes Ave-Phone U5 Colon

Propaganda, S. A.
"H Street corner ttudlaate ot. ;
Phones 2-2214 and 2-37M


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Household Automobiles
FOR SALE.-Beautiful genuine Chi-iFOR< ALE:-'52 Singer 6.50' miles
nse Dragon Rug, in perfect con- good condition, any reasolable of-
tsl.rton, 8 x 10, a bargain, two iron fer accepted. Call Balboa 4135.
S lower por stands, mahogany center between 5-8 p. m.
.fabM, mirror top. Pictures 37th.' FOR SM!: 1I49 Buick 4-der
-St. No. 7. upstairs. Tel. 3-1025. FOR.AU: 11049 Buick 4-der'
t. No. "7. upstairs. Tel. SdN w-u-w tire, radio, duty paid.
FOR SALE -Practically new dining- F eoni.$41,199.00, excellent con-
room set. Consisting oat. beautiful di1thea Smeot y Hunnicutt S. A
Chinrt-closet, extension table, 6 11thu stMet Central Ave., phone
chair and small side table Take 800 Colon.
ildvn5tase at this opp rtunty at R 198 BuckConvet
Pof1is%, I i0. No. 23 ,48th Street FOR SAl.-.l948 Buick Convertible
"At. S No.2, h e with brand new top Price $795.
"p 4 _______Coil -4385 after 5 p. m. or be-.
f ,yRALE.-Baby bed itlh mattress, for 10 a.. m.
c o youth beds. radio-phonograph FOR SAL.950 uickSpecial 2-'
Coonatir, utomotc washer Sed et, excel mcha-
lr- pvay bed. deep-freeze full ao caf coition t aloa nd
ni refrigerator. Phone 3-4 f5 seat covers. Smoot y Hunnicutt S.
olIe7 5 P. M. or until 10 A.M A. 0f St. Cental A. Po
mom,_ 0s Oe- -en .
--.L_- C -t -.ld FOR SALE: FIRE TRUCK 1942
FQur SALE. Complete household Dodge I T, John Bean high
furnishing diningroom. lingroom pressure, pump ideal for or-
We, and mic. 21II-D., Cuundu chord, spraoyng or irrigation Phone
2Te3JephoBe 8.-628- 1541 Balboa after 3.36 week
(S'9ALE Bedroom set i vanity eekday._ ____
With' large mirror, podded seat; FOR SALE:--i149 Ford 2-dear Se-
.doule bed, all mahogany ~ SI 6 dam with rdlio, good buy fo a
00. Metu! n.ght-stand $200 Ra- erviceman Going for $900.00.
'dio. General electric, 25-60 cycle. Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St.
'$S UU. Sewng machine, Singer Central Ave.. phone 800 Colon.
1 'Vi~lh' motor and light. $175 00.1 --
SPortbie Coco Cola" ice box. FOR SALE-1948 Studeoaker Cham-
ST2 00. Rifle, Winchester. 22-, pion 4 door sedan. $525.00 QIrs.
i'Hornet, *ith scope sight, acces-; 572-D or 576E, Curundu Hgts.
etles. $4,500. i410-B, Carr St Tel. 83-3122. Call.ottei 4 30 p.
'corner or Carr & Los Cruce, m
Balboa Phone2 7.___ FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-door,
SA LE.-Electric cabinet sewng runs like a cldeck, good tires and
ochinme $95. Dinette set. storage radio. For only $1,100.00. Smoot
binets. etc. Tel 3-5069 y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. Street
S-D -;- p Central Ave.. phone 800 Colon.
SALE -Double bed with pring,, .- .. .. -
Wa~esseP. with mirror, metal. $18 FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom
tr 5"12-A, Ha.ns St.. D.ob.o. I Converible. Fully equipped Cus-.
1 L tom.zed $1.390. Call Sgi Magaon
L4SALE 10 peace bamboo, wt Albrook 6116 Monday 7 00 to 3 .
Jytr c e. ied and re-vorr...hed One 30
ltesler piano .ith'sto.l ne .-y re-' .
finisned in blond. 39th rreqt E FOR SALE-1947 Dodge Convertible
No. 9 Coupe. Very sporty, car has radio
4- nd fluid drive. For only $750.00.
FOR SALE -Freezer 14 t. Excel- moa y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St.
lent condition. Albrook 86 3"17. Central Ave.. phone 800 Colon.
S.SALE -Refrigerator Westing- FOR SALE -Oldsmobile Coupe 1941
2s 2-o Cycles, good condition, at $130. Telephone Pedro Mi-
f ,or cash. Apply "La Potal guel 4475.
.Ofd e.J Central Ave.. guel--4--.
C.e l Ar. one FOR SAL-1949 Hudson 4-oor
'. S^ -Refrige or ?of tone beautifuL lE U new with rdieo and
stove, 5 i t. No."'S, t. w-s wll. tires. Reesenmbly pricd.l
St C Smea y lu al'ulet S. A. lfth. Sit
S" ALE Central Ave. Phone 800. Colon.
IEiNT ., SALY: 6-room 1951 Packard 4 Door
1wparate chalet, 5 miles from Co- De Luxe. radio, 1.300 miles,
H y. Transisthmian Highway, city one owner. Tel Bal 2405
conveniences. Phone Fort Gulick WANTED
15ALE--Lot 34 x 30. in Bella AutoInobilIe
Q ita Without intermediate, phone Auto il ____ F
21903t.37.I WANTED Oldsmobile tolesman
FlR SALE.--Or rent, for long term.I wte Box "75 or call 26 Colon.'
300 square meters land. corner ofI ask far -ubert Pireto
C street and West, 15th street
Telephone 3-0957. 5 to 7 p m
M e Dog Turns Boat & HolIors
FOR SFor Rabbits LE-The "Fao-Chog a' own-
P se For Rabbitsl erl ore leoaing This excellent

NuLch. until recently regarded asj
a rabbit-killing dog, as-
all who know him by
y sheltering four wild
tly bringingR in two adopt-
nies, the big German po-
dog chasedd off with bust-
"~aMn un p~hrnA

e s alps two neig o

r,: n.ng ool oiiU teet long, 4U H
P Unrersol Marine engine worth
all iis conmenrences completely
ove,'houled recently iv for sa'e
May be seen at Tarpon Club dock'?
Any offer considered. Call Coco
Solo 606 or 392.
FOR SALE Trim. 19 ft. cabir
cruiser, beam 6 12 ft inboard
engine. Call 37-88728 iFrance
SField) .

E tOqaligrowling watch un- Position Offer'd
F& a-* "mi I PA M cti0A rff*Mn :.
Wot~e, 7uep left to pick up aiWANTED.-Soloist for First Chkirch
j 4=y. The next morning, Of Christ. Scientist, Ancan. Wteft
Y'e I. wtb the fourth. Drawer S" Ancon. Canal Zone.
No of, the rabbits soon died.'- -- ---
iutch is supervilsng the re-iWANTED-EE, well known American
nag two who apparently arei company, experienced bilingual sec-
retoar with thorough knowledge of
English and Span.sh shorthand.
Apply in i riding to Box 1071,
Panama. stating experience. qual-
TON IC Ifcataons and enclosing photograph
~vl causes you to of postport size
**a ikja*on ,a ht
.o, billousness and desres bilingual male w.th sup or
A ,.lfget tIIGALON references. Reply by rWif to
i.r a ia tan to the references Reply by maid to ox
daeslu .Get mIGALON 2074, Panomo.
feel better tomorrow.

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The Zenith of BSl-

Curls swe ... ...
PeW PWn' Bav..ao Md Top
Lacis I all the lait, cool, sum-
mer hqirdos skillfCiy molded by
HAZEL.tGenell's Bauty Shop, Co-
coli Clbihouse. 4-557.

20"1.-l .eeu-_ C. .L
DR. Wgr l4AIe Mediclt tinic.
Ce ..yeiu "K" Street.. ner

teMi2n -4ii9, ranan.
We prbeure bbst maids because we
registr. applicants -for identification.
veri references and reoluire health
certticale. "C I P FSIVICES. 2nd
floor," Bella Vista Theatre. Phone
3-0881 Panama.
at en altitude ef 1,800 fewt lBo-
quote. air-resoet of the ,hiriqui
mountains, eesily reached ky'delly
Cope flights from Tocumen fo avid
1 I2 hour, meeting rvice .at portt
on request, accessible also by'-uo-
torcer on highway.
First-class accemmedailops
Attractive bar-lounge with fire-
Famous cuisine
Ideal point of exouniong
Rates 3 meals included from
Rates 3 meals included from $50
weekly, also Rewes without meals in
annex from $2.50 daily,
Family-rates for longer stays.
Wire reservations: Panomente,
Boeng 4-engine planes. One-way
to Miami: $7000 Round-Trip.
$126 00. One-way to New York:
$114 00 Round-trip $214.00. See
telephone 2-1655. 1

FOR SALE --Goldfish, tropical fishes.
aquarium supplies, love birds.
Acuario Tropical. 55 Voa Esparoa.
Tel. 3-541 I.

FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniels AKC
Reg 6 weeks pld $50-$65. Coco
Solo 707.


Foster's Cottages. One mile post
Santa Clara. Phone Italboa 2-1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
ocoonview from all cottages. Steps
to befch, Rockgas refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffleboard. Pona-
ma 3-L877. Margarita 3.1673,
Box No. 435, Balboa.
Williams' Sante Clara Beach cottages.
2 bedrooms refrigerator, Rock.gas
ranl Blboo 2-3050, except
Gramlich Santa Claru oaoch-cot-
toges. Electric iceboxes, gas stoves.
moderet rates. Telephone 6-441
Gomboa 4.567, Pedro Miguel.

FOR SALE:-Three bedroom concrete
chalet. Easy terms payment. Phone
2-3479, Panama.


Two and four room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobcl. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, 1
bedroom living-diningroom, porch
and garage. 43 St. Mexico Ave.
phone 3-0140.
FOR RENT:-Apartment 3 bedroom,
3 both room. living-dirningroom,
porch, kitchen. maid's room, wash-
ing room, garage, cold and hot
water, new building. El Cangreja
Eusebio Morales and Via .spofio.
Inform- Telephone 2-1322 or 3-
1914 in the afternoons. Mr. Car-
los A. Arnos.
FOR RENT: Complete newly fur-'
nished, one bedroom apartment.
Coll Panama 3-0862.


FOR RENT: 'Specious furnished
room. Private entrance, garage.
46th street No. 27, Apt. i8, Bllo
Vistu O-M4.


FOR SALE :-Minature Schauzer pup- ai lBCCuDnco --
py. age 5 months. AKC registered. FOR RENT: Locale, suitable fao
Coco Solo 450. small shop. No. 46, Moriano Are-
FOR SALE'-I set new U. S. Royal semen ,street. Far information
tres 15 ea.i 7.10 x 15. No. 64 telephone 3-0338.
Lion Hill Rd. Balboa Heights. Phone
1219. Help Wanted
F-R -ALE: Young hamsters (toy
bears. Ideal house pets. Odorless. NEEDED cook with references for two
noiseless, amusing. 239-B, Pedro persons, good salary. Telephone 3-.
Miguel. 4012.
'."R SALE: Electric water cooler.
police steel desk, like new. Lampi. Junior Hotrodder
dishes, pots, glassware, other
household items. Radio parts, new Travels At 5 M PH
tubes, speakers, microphones, cero-
mic crystoJls, speaker boxes, corn- CLEV ANDM O. r lUP) -Three-
plate ompiifier set. Three 25 Cyl. y 0'ear-old Terry Schly the e -
refrigerators and washing machine of all the kd., i- C-.v n.-
in need of repair, $60. House 770'1y has his own dsuionble ^l
-- -- oa.. The car, styled like a minis-
FOR SALE:-Piano. excellent condi- ture Jeep, was built by Terry's
tion. Gernaon make, solid rmahog- father. George, In his spare me
any bench. 891 Morgan Avenue, at a cost of about $300. It i po-
Boaboa. ered by a 1 horsepower engite,
and can do 12 mWle8 an ar.
FOR SALE-Stdtes cedar chest. $15. Schley in4talled a governor on
00. Lawn mower, $5.00; Call 2- the car to keep Its speed bow
3414 IBalbooi. five miles an hour.

FiR SALE: New, still, crated.
Zenith AM-FM radio. 4 speed
,, 1j9 rea q player, 60 Cycle.
"eauttu, mahogany'conible. Same
model in-Panama,, $245. My Price
$195- Albrook 5106.


WANTED: :,i .;Wate Club
on Canoal oppor-
tunity foi C^m abngle man.
profit. NMatlon i to Man-
ager Box42 Bolboo, giving age.
qualification, reference and ad-
WANTED-To changee unfurnished
two bedroom apartment in Bella
Vista for one in town by first of
month. Fop information call 3-
WANTED:---Compressea with a 7 .A
H P. motor, For information call 3-
1363 El Buen Vecino. S. -A. Box
572, Aeropuerto No. 60.

What r e cat
that gimaiyou new.

safety-First VisO?

(Largest lM 4MaN mr

new '53 KAIt

The ear has a unique bralag
system. The brake takes hbod.i-
tomnatically when the small deyr
er lifts his foot from the azeel-
erator. And the accelerator I"e'
the conventional type either; tIt
more like a cluthWhen stepped
on It engages the gears and
moves the car.

Special Tasmanion
Stamp Issue Set
HOBART.'Australa, (UP) A
special three-enny atazap wll
be Issued nt November to mark
the centenary of the issue of the
first Taanmantsa tamps.
The first Tamnanlan stamps,
issued November, 185, we
nsacribe "Van eMna's Land."
Denominations were oe penny
and fourpence. The commemora-
tive des gp Incoraprate a re-
production the nal four-
penny TaMManianl stain which
bore a portrait of Queen Victoria.

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FOR SALE: 1949 Pontloc 4 ,
Hydromatic, new point, new t
duty paid, $1,295.00.




FOR SALE: '49 Buick 4 Door
Road Master. Dynoflow, radio, new
tires, new paint, $1,350.00. Duty




FOR SALS:-,51.Qsvmwtel -
sedao'i, convertible, with a.
without powerglide, all priced right
come and pick one out.


FOR SALE:- 1951 Chevrolet coupes.
sedans, convertibles, with and
without powerlide, all priced right
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FOR SALE: 1946 Buick converti-
ble, plastic, set ieg vqs. new,4iras,
.1 top. 'P
'50 Frazer 4 door Radio. Seat Coers,
mew tires, $7 0


FOR SALE:--4951. ChweeoIt supe
sedans. convrthblWe, With a n d a
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Show. ma
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S :.. MOMray and 'his
go. ^y,' Tony Borello,
Heat 1r toprouce

ad. 'four :

T8h peoplgk are't iamor-
et.'1y these me iutcald s-
&arie. Purray and Bonilo,

D t hle sous hpo musi b, are
o0 l e v- be 1 m tet iMre.
Somhe thgo. The sl rti

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Mutrr, though, seeamlfght-
culse, be smes the oWhbi-

S he tbinft he'll retire

*ialkativ- owl, "dig Uat squarea

Sroot." . Olseile M Kenlw
who w r a e on
'"Your Hit Parars n it
son, i af ded, e Ail.'
a selind -.

SU. I moe, Ift nowW pub
lished i 6ra90e fr fiet
Stime .. .
e Victor out with t~.o Wrl rea-
a orgs v "Adlal. -.t Svsas on
w Speal," edited y by MIsPla -
l. Ing, and "Through Childh
e to the Throne," a e
. the life at t
Department Is spo In
- number previously uwreor
d 9on LP.

DIoa" tLs Paul ad.
Ford, Capilto4P "In
ah, )-; "No.other Love"
(Helen O'Connell, Capitol);
"When the Saintg Go
MarchIng Jn"; (Iay Anthony,
Capitol); '"The .Cai of the
Far-Away Hul" (Ken Cur-
tis, MOM); "Did He Ask A-
bout Me?" (Mary Kaye Trio
Dreams" (Tkh.Norman Lub-
off Choir, -Cbolubla) r a
collection of dreamy lulls-
biles; Liberace By Candle-
"ht" (Colum0 a). s more of
the pianist's Work, for those
who like it.
CLASSICAL: Eugene 0 r-
mandy and the Philadelphia
Orhbera ghIve glowing trat-
mo nt to two aydn siymno
nie, Othe 4tI and thl rare-
Sly-heard 7th, on a new Co-
lumbia record; Walter 8vtss-
'sknd and the Philamona
Orchestra of .Ldon do a
beautiful rd&a f. of Muss-
orgsky On' dbM's new
"Muasmorgsky Orchestral Pro-
gram," Including some, pieces
never before alm -x 4mt_ Lon L:
another new MO "record,
"Ochera f'laor e, Vol-
ume 1," iB'^Dft t of a
series devoted to top sym-
p honic fwomltes, leading off
with a fne assortment In-
lcuding tlhnt-Saeu' "Dmanse
Mcabre." _

ebor1i ,Kerr

eoMJWli^n`Pream Wife'

rkeo by amusing dial of the contrast between the
a oll o seductive Princess Tarji, who
a anticipates his every wish, and
A ti911M 111 Wthe over 60"t Effie, who
_a -orMem-.. W lmr eanmore.S a out her
Smust- International duties tan t in
Sta St. the happiness and comforts of
hn, after her groom-4o-be.
I A quarrel ends their engage-
ere ment ,. t aid Clem .prom pro-
--M bit 0 pose to Ta* by with
Sand Amineri-,l the result that she arrives in
e g mean, n .ad to New York with an imposing en-
S'a gil with State tourage, a ep_ all her
iuieUage'to the, Mid- own and a! m of Eastern'
d ta busisaus aa IStaboos in rd to kissing or
a ovely mng smo g before marriage
il from bkmha By the time Clem has gotten
ar ikiat ng hmslf u to his neck indif-
LBtry, in 1011) in &Milthe effort to
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erage ciliWto 65 hours a
W Working under the lMerl-
da son&
lOn the average day," he
said, "we were up at 6 a:m.
An hour later, during which
we were eupeOd to have
brea9iC olA d.a lo 1-omlnute ses-
sion with wardrobe and make-
up experts, we left the hotel.
"Then we got on a boat at
Key West and spent 90 min-
utes etng to the location
shoolU lit at Ten lThousan
Kezs. ,wth the exception of
anim oar for lunth, we worked
_Iht through until five o'clock.
Thme another 0o minutes .back
to the dock and another 30
to take off. makeup .and cos-
Woualn't Trade
I That," he said, "Is a lon
tdy for amonel"
Actors& Nash pointed out,
/r o b feet =u muh MI
/delmfta *tore clod or
stmvan worak In hegs ccm.-
parable to a blast furnace, and
tfee competitive pressBUwas
whlah sahur'gater timn htr Wy
othef btohews or proItion.
"And al the while," IheS ad-
deda" "wn must be concerned
with physics) appearmane.
An "ater enu afford to rrive
on the set loon ~eep or
hamrd. or with bloodshot
-,- And he~q cat phone to
1 bw. a h daee rw wIlH
b o, l' wort later.*
The OMt of "Twelv lWte
Joef WA. to- take pMlEtel tai
to look their best, Natsh de-
Ctdtna! mmand TeebleotW.

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June 27
.ltetto ^f S and bsat-
ging a boom
,to local roe-
r was sat-

t I microphones
the MMi the hurch
ceremony is
of qr rolls of treat-
fMl...' @Of h., recordings
am ,.Bli :. toM reg-

them on
UUM ~records so

M, however.
tMh 0ae. _lu.. people are
pathingJ1r,, ,lre and
tap. p a Ather said
he alw. I quests for
apes rom of unions
whosm notUgd ha has record-
e4' Tihe sau. = olds true for
Ca a biby's "first
word" Ua. Jfli c onmo. One
outfit dMd.. at that. It
sent tehnin to the de-
livery ftoop2 fer a pharmaceu-
tical jq*iuurlr and record-


/Ift -- ,
A tLYWOOD, June 27 -
(r)Ui-j. Carrol NsaIb tossed a
ohaEtul of vitamin pills into
h? .oF t, took a long swig
Of wvter od said It was about
time that aco t recogni-
tion asu r l durable
and hard-Wali t ebers of
our IndaitsigR..

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Orite dening f
delight named Tarji
whQ in tugAt -
the art of
pleasir man! ,
S un, frenzy and
festivities begin
when Cary's
Amencan gid
friend enters the
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SOfAo At Lux

Lux Theatre,
with the screen's

l film th e authe nti l
this untouched spleadar

and native fbeast". m L ii0
chiev6d. .m.
Rory Caloun's jb
trayal as the Gauch
ir q rfthe story does holn .lor
proud breed of Bouth
can outdooramen who
the ArSentine palmps Ji
S aolhoun is stalwart s1d
H YO -i (NA)rides like the 'wind on Ts
ya Dl s:i to r talseent of Ve.ntIsM
a sweeps his lady love
well ewv by na
personic ideal-pr
gentine a .

e a who see this thrill n.
Color t .4 ',echloyokl-r
her beauty, and her
Titles blend with her
L give that i rre n stIble Tie
ea Magny of the plet ur 's
matic highlights will be
S MOVIES TV RADIO remembered such as thes
duel between Calhoun.
other gaucho who
\ y hronki Jo. no. .o or, the attack oni
0--0- road construction. 2'
Lgaucho marauders; a
NEA Staff Correspondent public reaction to Joan --n4t I tle stampede and the
mI h saon the screen, Zachairy Sctlt the renegades -across the
HOLLYWOOD (NmE) W ants t known that Juan's a frozen eAndes mountat.Li..
Guys and Dolls: Victor Mature regular darling-even to "he of a Gaucho" is a
has had his hair frizzed in alPTA groups all over the coun-hsardnes, love ana
leriintwmwave for months for try. of brave men whose
la Demetrius role in IThe Zacb ought to know as fierce as their Saer. e.
pRobe" and the current fellow- 119 tom e with Jo' g el t I Philip Dun1ea em"
iup movie, "The Story of De- months n "ell, Book and Can- ha, captured the--
m etrius." But so far he hasn't die" atnd iss saying "There wa' picturesque qual
breen hooted for it. t t m- ,ng m at ,. ,e adIr early Gaucho life, and
SHis fcplanation: little rlght here i n 1 IyWleJaus Tourneur has we~
"I got to the golf eor n when we opened a Los Angel ly given emphasis to stor
my day off at six In the morn- engagmeat of .the play." lues but has teamnedl
iln and ever other golfer ac- Cameraman Harry Jack
celts me am the Idiot I am. Thsy Back n ollywood for "Rage r i the auni i
wtew we an the guy who tees of the Jungle," Zachary says breathless grandeur of,.
ofr early in the morning and that the big eaon he Olet the d m a y D
plays aUl day. I don't go out sound stages for the n ootIlgh ts
much otherwise, so nowy hsoee a the ers of spoile, d ply-,
amy erh l 'm the'r odt anti- boy nd heavy roles banded to mo atown disk j ockey
social JerkIn the-weoL himl. -nry Grant.
thqOQ_ a rMarilynt" says

Larainee Day, who's done a moreHenI got bodta with It h" he b to e u otl
pantel-sitting and wrist-watch rays-. "But I'm grateful to Hol-si wd Kre a wima Pe
selling, on TV than straight lywood even if I didn't rare for hasnu 11 W PA ni
emoting, turned down, ideas for tole g i, h.dsI t '~.wa v are hurt W1= ...
te=-fim series for five ye"..e iit, b aPL i iuna r .OSqe.AkiAat I
....ed G anet. came W o w .ar mes a d t., S that t" n hi" .
Lher. _O0IO-TS E ;O- e .' _
Bert, who produced some of Joa Dru dlts-A that entertainment to
Larmine's biggest movie hits, wouldn't put up With such salve- Doris Day Is No..- 1 o
crJuested n cas acter name Holl Nawoo- driving Theres m many e director, ra ss jumped at
cy Hale, from Sandusky, Ohio, but she let tubby John Irolqnd ed bn Debe ra, t,
for oduc. Leo Duroher, who s ut Maer ilyn Monrough her and t beloah enls. Mariln and
bIbling:i".ee" paes. _with more whip- Cloo y with Piper La
"Nancy Everybodycracan eale r ITS SHOWTIM fast.

HI -ltme .O HTS. 2:30 6:15 8:W _o-MIG EL t 7.<| -
wo woirwrs. Joma stoy o be t d. GJohnny tos ses bon l
different and thore won't be And liked it, too. Cary Grant and "e- .

ine will stay in New o withand over .again.v finger ur, mAn
weo. When the Giants hit the had to be inyposition, rd. haven SA ORDn wha t '(UPI -
road, she'll fly to Hollywood to exploded If it hadn't been ,my Warden A. W, Aloty.
make the I'T films. own husband diectinl sue." that when hi o ff.

just in case any Hollywood There's a finger wagglinlr at pound bass Jumed lnto


lSpecial Race'



I trzatoats, Main Road,

SGetyonder Tangle Today
Local race fans will get something extra special
this afternoon at the Juan Franco Race Track when
-leygn of the nine horses entered for next Saturday's
2,1000 added Fourth of July Classic clash in a seven
*frlong preview of the one mile classic race.
Today's $750 "Special Race" Pincelazo. and Chilean rider
i' clues all of the entrants for Orlando Castillo tMiramar and
the July 4 blue ribbon event ex- Legal Frolic i shared saddle
eept' track champion Amorio honors. They were the only
Ulid up-and-coming Postinovich. jockeys to win twice.
,-Thh three horses who will The dividends:
aw 'the most attention from FIRST RACE
we bettors will undoubtedly be 1-Don Pitin $5.80. 4.20, 2.80
S eet track champion Main 2-Dlez de Mayo $6.20, 3.60
6ad, now back in form; Mirza- 3-Proton $3.20.
tdats,- which seeks his seventh SECOND RACE
consecutivee victory, and the 1-Enriqueta $5.40. 3, 2.20
S61asy American-bred Goyonder. 2-Consentida $4.80, 3.80
Three other horses in the race 3-Daniel $4.20
.ixeive IKing's Prize, youth- First Double: (Don Pitin.
fu a dis *nd the speedy Enriqueta) $17.40.
G f i ~.et--wilU also have a THIRD RACE
f iu *Ee11 upset the three fa- 2-Wild Wire $3.
irrtes. The seventh scheduled One-Two: (Inheritor- W I I d
carter In the race, Viajero, is Wire) $9.
gynvery little chance on the FOURTH RACE
n'Iof his recent perform- 1-Miramar $8.60, 20, 3.40
dances. However, if the track 2-Sandra $12.80, 3.40
ts come up very muddy or 3-Buddy Bear $2.20
So his chances will increase Quiniela: (Miramar-Sand ra )
tremendously. $29.40.
Saddle ace Jose Bravo will FIFTH RACE
tllot Goyonder, Belloin Pulido I-Golden Pick $4.40. 2.80
wul tide Mirzatoats because his 2-La Enea (Excluded from bet-
avotte rider-Blas Aguirre-is ting)
alitting out an eight meet 3-Eloina $4.80
Uetislon, Rene Cruzat has the SIXTH RACE
uio on Main Road, Orlando 1-Pincelazo $6, 3.60. 3.80
'Cagtflo will guide King's Prize, 2-Rina Rol $10.40, 4.40
utfien Vasouez will be in Quo .3-Pinta $3.60
'Vattis' saddle, Reinaldo Gomez SEVENTH RACE
i11 be aboard Great Game and I-Legal Frolic $4.80, 3.40, 2.40
..'no Ubidia is slated to handle 2-Curaca $4.80, 2.40
.r7Ft s reins. 3-Salustlo $2.60
;,'rt-i other equally tough races Second Double: (Pincelaso-
16 decipher round out this ex- Legal Frolic) $1560.
40'r-nt Sunday program. EIGHTH RACE
"t*sterday, the Stud Montell- I-Golden Tap $4.20, 2.80, 2.40
te 5,'distance loving Bendeguz 2-Casa Buena $6.60, 3.60
i to an easy four-length 3-English Mary $2.60
in the featured $650 Quinlela: (Golden Tap-Casa
"C" one mile race. Grisu Buena) $24.60.
t ed second, Postinovich NINTH RACE
S.d'md Turf Lodge wound up l-Bendeguz $4.20, 2.20
toup. The fifth scheduled 2-Grisu $2.60
S, Pavero, was scratched. One-Two: (Bendegfu-Grisu)
*: ^ turf Lodge broke on top and TENTH RACE
t'mt a fast pace before he 1-Rathlin Light $8.20, 4.60, 2.20
e overtaken by Bendeguz and i-Beduino $5. 2.20
4 three furlongs out. Ben- 3-WelshFox $2.20
then scooted to the frontox $.20
,7 risu finally. got past Turf
and held on to easily
the place when Postino- J F s
wu. which was unusually slug-
most of the distance, final- By CLOCKER
enme up for a weak stretch
rt.eietgUz, ridden By Ruben 1-Villarreal Riomar
oft turned the distance -Yosildto Resole
Sthe sow track in 1:464/5. 3-Cona L (e) Con Valor II
l winner paid $4.20, $2.20. 4-Chueunaque Forsado
Vs ieven-year-old bay son of 5-Biscays Oklnagua
s*vne-Foxglove was the 6-Lady Martha Sun'o M.
mi a choice. The one-two 7-Wild Justice In Time
t rltu returned only $10.60. 8-Pin Pon Mingo
S9-My Dear Valley River
cifit boy CatalUno Iglesits. l1--Goyonder Mirsateots
apored with Inheritor and 11-Calong6 Arranqutn





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lst Rase "Go" Naive 6% Fe.
Purse: $275.00 Pole : 12:4
First Rae of the Ile Ible
P.. Horse Joe ey Wgt.
1-Mandinga Bravo 115
2-Villarneal R. Gomes 118
3-Duqte E. Ottega 105x
4-Ropantico Phillips 109
5-Regia A. Ubldla 108
6--Rlomar Pulldo 122

2nd Rpee "'H" Native % Fgs.
Purse: $475.00 Pool eloe : 1:15
Second Race of the Double
1-Kontlki F. Rnse 105
2-Matfll L. Tufhon 105x
3--LoHto V. Castillo 108
4-Resorte Hidalgo 105x
5 ron H. Reyes 10x
6-A: vato R. Gomez 118
7--Yoklto Chants 118
8-Colirlo R. Guerra 112x
3rd Race "H" Native 6% Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
1-(Electron 8. Lasmo 105x
2--Cora Linda R. Vas.'114
3-Lady Caren G. Graell 118
4-Canaveral V. Caitllo 114
5-Con Valor II Hidalgo 96x
6-E--calerilla Phillips 112
4th Race "I" Imported 7 Fp.
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 2:20
1-Forzado F. Rose 110
2-Veranda V. Castillo 113
3-Chuounaque C. Ruiz 116
4-Beach Sun R. L. Oil 100
5-Pulgarcito M. Gue. 103
6-Espartano Gongora 00xx
7-Jepperin J. Baeza 118

5th Race "D" Native 7 Fgs.
Purse: $300.00 Pool closes: 2:55
1-Diana H. Reyes 112x
2-Rosa B Pundo 112
3-Taponazo C. Gon. 107z
4-Biscaya Bravo 118
5-Yosipongo 0. Castillo 115
6-Annie N R. Vam. 115
7-Petite R. Gomez 118
8-Okinagua R.'L. Oil 112
6th Race M3"B" Imported 7 Fs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 2:35
First Race of the Double
1-Sun's Moon K. Flares 112
2-Lady Martha Bravo 118
3-Gaywood Hidalgo l0tx
4-Cipayo It. L. Oil l1"
5--Black Bull A. Ycaza 107x
6-Vain Darling J. Rodri. 115
8-Mdn Itolle 'R. Yca 117x

7th Rase "I" Imported 7
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Doub
1-PubUlco J. Baeza
2-Delhia PuUido
3-Wild Justice Chauis
4-Nacandale A. Rodri.
5--Pla Iglesla
6--Newbrighton R. Vas.
7-In Time Bravo
8th Race "B" Imported 1
Purse: $550.80 Pool closes:
1-Re Hip R. Gomez
2-Galante i Hidalgo
3--Coq Au Vin A. Valdi.
4-Numbers R. Vams.
S5-Newminster Cruzat
6-Carmela II V. Rodrl.
7-Pin Pon Bravo
8-Mingo J. Reyes

9th Race "F" Imported 7
Purse: $500.00 Pool closes:
1-Lujoso Pulido
2-Valley River Bravo
i-Agate A. Ubidia
4-Vampiresa J. Jime.
|--ftoletaso R. Gomez
4--Corista V. Castillo
1Y-Rayal Claim A. Rodril.
F R. Guerra
S-JE Dear R. Crusat
S~ae "Specal Sprint" 17
'fe:- 9.00 Pool closes:
3 ,-EQB(Prize 0. Castl.
ato Pulldo
R.R. Vas.
"!l= a R. Cruzat
B-(-Walt A. Ubidla
-o-Grest R. Oomez
Y-Ooyol Bravo
lul la"e. l Sprint"
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Ther.s Fish

Ihnklin 8mith of Pttsgh Pa., t out th* the
Peaedora tying to snag a aln. Rdio Itm a bad
and Ife hasn't been contat4d or fAve day btE morn-
ng Cocas he had rsed sailfish two.
= &&us well known Florilda Rue la w hope
that obbywill have lots of news for the &in he
Johlmy McConaghy tied into a nice marlin t wked but
he Igot w after few minutes. Th f 6 some-
1= on t b m of the T oyjust
cout fteep J him outWund boate v out
there af this weekud they-hope to brki*.
J ok Greenway former British Minister to. 0Pa 1ha. re-
turned to fish for a few weeks. Jack as he is k yto the local
fishing fraternity has long been a booster for PaEni _aa'ishlng.
His world record black lari'n caught in 1937 38 .bread was
taken In Panama. Oreenway Is the International ame ih As-
soclation representative for Iceland. Welcome back Jack and
good fishing while you are with us.
T e Trophies for the first International Marlin and Sallflsh
Tournament have started to come' in and will 1li on display soon
at tq Panama HoteL We hope that the local fishermen get
hot at that the best ones stay here in the Zone or Panama.
This .Tumament is as much for the local fishermen as those
from the States so get your entry in and let's show that we have
some i the best that ever wet a line.
We hear that Tmmny Styles has been hooking some blt
tarpon lately. HIs 44 pound tarpon on 8 pound spinnig la
week proves he knows where they are, how about letting u4n on
the secret Tommy.
T. L. Applequist of tfe Gatih Tarpon clib caIht AiMselt a
nice fish down the Chagrs. River the other day. A Dpomnd
tarpon and on 9 thread at that, good fishing ltAf. ps.V .
The Bill Stearns Sport Sho.s, (they run the iadri on
Sporting events) have exprGae& a desire to a rM al A-l. a
to Pnamas to cover the tournament next month. If thtie4uld
get B goOd pictures as Jack Mahbney did three years ag would
show in 3000mtheaters in the U. 8
For a long time we have needed partabie -agat tt uld
weigh any f in regardless of size. S veeMl tmin 0 re
fish have been cut up and weighed piece at at this of
course causes a lost of weight.
The Panama Rod and Reel Club now have two tse.of scales
that will weigh from one pound to 2,M50 pounds. Hope ..we are
safe In saying they will weigh anything in the bay.
One set will be at Cocos Point and the other 'at Pa BaF
complete with a frame block and tackle. Just bring In the Ifh
they will see tla"it is weighed.
We saw Lou Marron in New York and he and Jean are ncon-
ing to Panapa the pmddle of July and fish until the tournament
ends. Lou a ays it he MPo6 P Ish over f"0 ppndft a Usl
caught in Panama this year, he s hop he wille o-" hUe
other end of the rod. His Bwordfish the largest fish ever taken
on rod and reel be mounted and probably andp
the Museum of ita.I etY '
Jim and Ruth IUen Tette send their ed to all the local
fishermen. They miss Pasmas fishing and hpe to 0.a
month here next year. Jim took the fit fl
off Bimini this year. He also caught a nice blue marUl.do
seem to have lost his touch. Stice leaving Panama the Tottenh
have fished several' of the better known hot spota and stlU sat
Panama tops.
Reports show that the 8allfish are working In lose with
plenty of Dolphin around the drift. Bait however is not too
plentiful so don't be throwing those Bonita away, bring them in
and freeze them solid they work a lot better than no bait.
The tarpon at the pool below Madden Dam have been hit-
ting surface plugs like mad lately. Better call before you 0go out
to see if the valve 1s open though. We know two local fishermen
that lost a good morning's sleep last week when My forgot% to
call. Oh welllive and learn I wasn't sleepy anyway.
Lots of activity around the floats at Diable lately. Thboys
have formed a club and are fixing the docks go they can be use-
able again. This is a vary nice place for small boats and we are
happy to see the gang get together. When the Spinning Club Is
all squared away we will give you the dope In case you Woul0
like to join.
Our thanks to Barney Forgeson, Sam Moody, Walter German,
Bill Brooks and Joe Cunnipgham for writing the column while
we were up In the States battling those seven inch trout. I

i18 Stenges Multiple Moves Have All

10 Managers Emulating Puppeteers
122 N4 AS4Or: Editor
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lo0 NEW YORK, June 27 P rd and first ba and In left
11 Richards says Casey n l for the Dodge1 When the
should be in the center ring versatile Robinon injured hius
Fg. Barnum and Bailey and Ring- and Char]ey Drqeen
xxxx ling Brothers Combined hows. ted left-hand power, Wayne
108x The manager of the White ardi went to F e and
03x S contends hat 01' CaAe' l Hodges to left e.
112 the greatest act "A long manager's situation
110 Stengel's ustialned sufca e for desperate meanss" says
10ox with mutbple move points out' l Richards.
118 Richads, has all other man- With everybody from the
116 agern making like pIpts. ner and secretary dowai to
"They're even puta On t he batboy asking questos, he
- squee play wi thT lean- to do something.
up man at bat." he teute. "Ife he wins wfit maneuver,
There are new highs in strat- *e smart. It hb coatInues to
egy all the way long the line he's a bum.--'~
-Nicakey M U bAt1ng faul Can 1ca a Ut and
Sn the third strkme galnt ue to be the
Satchel Palge with the Yankee lama If he de i the
trailing the Browns in the ninth a him be that
ger- inning, for example. do "tI he
o m "Anyone who can oome. up l wiha -aj rou d,
with more 100 different nI=leag$ iant ie .eioued q
ring orders in a season is hardly s Li
So clown," remarked an admirln -7. a bet that ax*
, Leo Durocher of Stengel's ing pla abo
ring SAbade, 27 de Junio de o 52.
... reebrd of some ort or other wli
ible the Yankees. "He's a genius." ijaw bl"
bON Already this season. Ste ..-..
has presented nearly I0
Alvin Dark has payed
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BrooklyA At Milwaukee -(W)
Phlla. $00 000-4 10 0.
St. Louls i 0O 30x-7 14 1
iobert (~ 2-1) and Burgj .
Staley (11-2) at Yvars. tM 1
Blko (9th).
Pitts. 00 01 3 00- 5 18.
Cincl. 206 080 (100)x-15 .
Lindel, Seha ( p a Q
Retkl (7),I Dcsn (7)
Sandlo,_ Awell (.: Pobel
Perkowak? (7) ani Landrit.
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Cleveland 39 26 .6 0
Chicago 40 28 .58
Boston $ 929
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The most faselnating stories, unhappily, are nit always *. tl.
raher assfur as G.f W a hla n gteneaso 0." M
he- w~elf di net wet nIme RomMlus and .aRensI WI elli
wasted no arw hetlg appleA o(ff ulOr* l w (ot since the days o Robby
comes reliable testimony that Babe Ruth didn hat c s t- Jan h goer going to the

S Iand in the truest sepe thisO term implies in July t-10 Jimipy Denmret, one
of cotm porn lry golf's big
'.aet committd a book, "Will to Conquer," an un. name, Is the playing partner
AM ^I n, thai 0 the old. .lgfg r thought up, spelled out and and coniMent of Hogan;recentM
put 4 i te words hli lI pzusu l. too, n that It d6s. wlf M of hie fourth Vaited
mIn *th a fighter's human m .eslb the toauhques of his States Open in six years and
now betg ripked as the great-
came a nigh when-theDeate *4 W6lker ad a kindred et shotinkr of all tl*O In
SaUt..'ea!hbater, a teMan_ and ardlt sports, o~owe were this nenetrating five-p t series
sitU.. around, ribbing no doubt on nutritious, bo-i Ang written exclusively for NEA
8Ot when t put ;the Question 111.t ~ t oldKing Service, DeMaflt gives an in-
o o 4 Atthen ; Did he, or did he not call thq rn he sight on ogan, the golter and
Sbi t Charley' Rot of the Cubs in the 1932 Worlw S -et the man.)

other, ar.am, m to the toryint to t e
qrib IbWl"M I w *Ut f W,'0eO ft nen CONCORD INTWIMNATIONAL,
1' as t' e the ball vi i*? etere N. Y. June 27 (NRA) I'm
Stt entirely tor into center- about the only gy in golf Ben
ttel4 ~.le JeMi, enot outhffthe It irst R ogan w ill listen to.
tieat-nbrthy deposiri rett0 Bow 4ar i I'm not saying that, to brag.
I've known Ben since fore
,IF1932, when he was an -mateur
j Ats.b hWliu et anuxtrud in in tt Worth'. to
-- the fifth, aof.me o ad a.WlkeT.e- I talked Hogan intB oing to
0, 1, Scotland for the Wta oen
a ar *fddin.' 0 (except;-a- Iet
W Suyaih, aIndter Cub pttchp, who, O g h M U lua at theCoflnord Lntrateo-
P d st, dlrecting a flow of invective at Ir Z wher me a he aoLae
h en, o med MeR a 'Fe ,d the second stmai he "What would I want to go
B was Just as -m to Iblieve Ruth had aetially aell41 the over there for?" he shrugged.
shot snot and it'made a wonderful story, so the press box W t What would t prove I don't
alonIwlth it. ,First lntimation I got that net everybody Ia like boats. They say .th gold is
ball concurred was at a dinner in Newarn one night. I has d 1o topbtell me &. n200mis
to be seated between Lou Gehrig and'Joe McCartny. I et to Imposible l t It, and
ber how the subject came up, but Gehrlg laughed: "The1 "You e i to te game?"
were.meant for Bush. Ruth was going to foul on i to the ut, told hi.
but when the pitch came up, big and fat, he belted it." o d r i
thy only smiled quissically.
Some years later I was In Hollywood and the Babo's ~ U"You're. a legend over there.
They want.to see you. .
(or what passed for it) was in production, and I was havingslanch "Carnuste is. w iht gol
with ill Bendix, who was playing the lead and Joe broWn's came from ind a great course."
son, who was doing the ballyhoo. A problem in castip-g had "I ddc t see you aolng over,"
developed that day. To give the picture a todch of authedatiwity Hogan countered.M ,
and no sports biography ever needed one more Root ad "A fells like me-still has to
been asked to play hitnselt in the film, for which contributinto make a living," I replied.
realism and the higher arts he would be aultably rewarded. "iut The next -day 1 e ro I id into
Root won't do it" said young Brown. "Says it's a dam lie and Golf House n New ork and .
"This wa realistic evidence that there was more table thean ene see doesn't have to -. ..,
fact in the called shot, for Root was known to have no small worry-about mo .ty.
Respect for the dollar, and the opportunity to appear in a Holly- But some day he's gonna bego l ' .
wood epic must have been tempting.' a lonely Ietl man lbtuse peo-
e * pie rt don't, know and ap-,... .

And Hareneut Heard Him thee On Carrying t Fine OldDod r
Earlier thi n year, n Chicago for the .Marcl o-Walcott th IM, ikeaftnt the res et open at, ,
I did te research o another itoricl c ent the h~ kmont. H comes into the
count. In this I had the kind and knowing assistance f Warren hho aII big smile on his

the substitute referee, Dave Barry, had controedthe nt from Well, c racks one of them, lMW YORK- -4Al t" W11
start tp finish, and therefore was solely accountable Tann's "If you'd iok up once In ha en lie o fhas b, easthe ba pl tia m, 541
gtutos's preposter Acthall It wasthe timekeeper wMo brghtbe stare yothight ae sompbow 6dy 6f a lowwg line of baseball Play- 00 t hia-
my was finally moored in A neutral corner. All Barry did was to Icha n w hi Alyn.
S Buth slgted Brown wearily, "there are still alot of x years. practically alone in has beeann as updy-hredictabl e as with the oItoO
who think Ruthpointed to center field out here and the elubhou se the lean and andy-hared kid west ith -
hit 1 he next pitch for a homer. He didnt, of coaursm' Beuto bohrt n andm praised a4 hu neaghhat hu Le
held Up one finger to show Root he s Ul hid anotheo- left Butf suh Is his cacelltratlon from MEeta Field. ql h
hand Gabby Hartnett, catching fr rthe Cub, heoad n sy j dur in ornamental he a Bi Los didn't art f a, MaA .
that And with appropriate epithets." d hia t aen tgon a'-u o Mg o
It Is never pleasiat to lay bare a popular myth ta4 t's rather dCanin h. h imbol it was go-tr ewonf t" o o .-
pointless at thi late date except that it serves re lHog, believe it o mat,l he mt wasaA .
that meof the most fascinating stori renlt pol a b would' t hun a fly hdesp t I ngal tri :

the tafk hea ty g er-an ea vywic1t, ttu thrown away a sh t s a tor .Gea eop b take Ite
anyb could have done what fantasy claims he dthea t Y, out hear about ohim NOin b e s ixth g= OfI -
h t r toscratch a bit to geteat t in a a e ll In the S
'Ath e real Ithe realHoan. He'd like to be Tto in same
S J popular, but just isn't built that Inniln wte o rea er w
Ten.. Hoff Germ heegd way. He'lk lsequaff a fe* with the ball while O.' "
Te HoffHea w boys, enjoys a Job e well an He stole a bat.a explai- Y7 I I I I .. ,.. .
Anyone, but when. It comes to inga"I us14V oywas T P1he04

e a a rh o the in d o V hlplnoter, fod golf hc e J ust can't unbend.id mi l mes lto at l
io s o Congress To Get hByron Neo who bdied g other~u i n f to
By HARIRY GRAYSON wita Hogan when hey. were ILte.f
Nsrho Spnorts Edi tor ho kids in Qrbt Worth, w ca C* -.".t
---oon o -- a h golfer as you'd want whdn in YotmA t Was iteda l d

having p s .pring: . ""
his prime ust before and d sur.- haiin WaA he4Yu i
NMW. YORK, June 27 -In heavyweights and attempts to Ing Wo ld v l WarnDI
view o e dearth fheavy- find a challenger lo Rocky great front runner.. if he didn't a i "In s a. itold
welgh i's. preposterous that Maricano who wle fight W-e s&Art with a couple.of birdies, that uy wou win In
tein Hoff, a first cu lassfore the referee ct e 10. he'd Just ay to himself, "Aw, even." o .to
hter, should be in Ten Hoff, who rrnm2-knock- to heck with it." He'd backhen t 'O LC
r for four months Outs In 33 fights, 29 who had i few 1ota and still shoot a At the -
w I ing had a major Jersey Joe Walcott e the floor migy ne round. Rememe, b this pt oe
n t before droppn. a ohd de- ke had Holgan's number in s Id, "Nobody i .."
Ri c-ard orW Mie Jacobs .io. to 7a one In those da y Te h15hbo s "-.After-.,."

by a ommls~ VW Yor's l....n...r.a.outTen, ..........ss atme m.-'wuza+i4.-. .

4 "Why not birdie every hol0 on
atICMtoally has eto the course?"
S to get Ten H : a . TO WMT
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N M ailto Introduce legislation to deal
with the situation.
r pitch Mayi Senator Teobey ho
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-The JAusti arment today
wpedout tm Tnmaringn
Son in th
country on" .Uo nal of
Wsternu rtoj ad Japan and
frozen since eary Worid War n.
The orders nWed by Attor-
ey General Urtr Brownell
Jr., freed about, 5.D0,00 in se-
curtlea, bank adi. erawestateo
d other properWO n to
national of 14 atlons.
Brownell sau d tlttogverwar-
itae controls w i continue to
blck ozily property ed oby na-
%iA of nine.R.fSn -satelte
10,3 worthabOut $65,000.,-

SAll foreign accounts worth
or less also were.tr2d.
'The order does' not affect
looted securities" rato by the
iFAnd id t l eav' untouched
tecume EngulatlO Op prop-
rt belon-1f to North Koreans
a-d communist Chinese.
Browneira. action w in lline
e ,ets of n dly fOriger oth
cated here. A Hi otler p .'over
I no ter salid'un-

M g r- Har bor bloKeda
:mounted to %out

,*: :1. overmmedt sabed
n r permanent conemtrol
pwr~ko~rE~,ooo,oeom wi
aena trer Blue .* of
.3in b I -ban sold V
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oftdai hura Belgm
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U, The Netherl ,
Nom, Swedtn, awitter od
Lfecha l n, Wtern OersnnF
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The ax of his boat Is the very best. vevryeg
In tI buarbor ea hear his emmads mas eat as
he hoil be Utt r sad xxzzux fim eeto dewdg.
He asquirea bw love of t.e sea a t mNavy I rm
wh hbe had to xwm beaMuse of ID.hslealt. e
Is sUM 'ns i s Ne rserv. a Is .iamsb ear
am easeieions wh elsolubfnces. whe he-
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his doeekls as he realisme tey d mt "d s4n t mda.
aH way ofr a mxvXx Ele's baff... oess i- his
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Rough on the Tongue
EPRAT theU e aloud as rapidly sa you can:
Old oily Ole ols old sautos.
T the-thrust rank threw triple-areat Fred
Some are shaded but the short sort show signs
of shine.
Hot-head Wed ly HMlgeby hogged the headlines.
How much ground would a groundhbe grind if a
groundO Mcould grind ground

Cutting-Up Dilemma
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ema eAD we enod do," Mid Pete, "'I cut the flag
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By D. Woodman
C UPID aut have been around
here by the looks of what
you'll find 'concealed In this
doodle. Uncover it by drawing a
continuous line that crose, once,
U but One of the lines In the
Hint: You may be slick at this
Itf you don't guess what It Is.
A olution Is given elsewhere.

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own Gap. Pi.. are distracted from the onmramnn whN, they are posing for pitures,

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made In Washin ton
It came Tuesday
Committee restored aI-of the'ut werep
fringe benefits removed from thed soun wea
IV the House. Yesterday the Sene 8o .hapg
snlttee's version ., been
Next hurdle foreseen a by. ledera 1lie
Is a conference committ ad Con-
men must agree one the full
Super ent overseS tr.ti h(am
Panama Canal ernment em.
ployes, the $3,00 t allotment for the 20 0bO-
Goverpor and eert t for school books and S....
motor vyehilest. .
At tieuatWt;i1t, the iate Committee directeI
that an dent aftl comprehensive, stW t" e
Joade o of lUpremia.
zonlans were counseled b lockl .standard-beare
St k .eel a steady stream of.msuccLet. ctual
flewint toward their congrmsmpL.
A House iiesaure captaining aveg e at-
fecting ArMed Fbree e s 1 wam r t of a
*Joit House and SenateL sm e I chle 5'
- -- provisiea directed that -axImanu leawver acenulau eroea
atIon may not exceed 45 days for overseas employee be recKa
-* Younger Panamanian workers who have not been ,.As I o
able to get eligibility cards to wprk for US government '8L302
agencies on the Canal ZAe because of the l back. 01
log of former workers awaiting reein loyment were
cheered by news that the Canal would-open up the
1 taanee of the cards to men who hae wor"e .
,-the Zone since. Jan. 1, 1948. ., e
ev -- o __er w'
Job vatemces wkh he Cawnal ,t No one as
from 1l to TI. of which 40 were l n ra nws. which so 4
:39 in la'e tte 8 1a w 'o
t*perIfx Aft. Muas i4e. lt Y W
and se attitude toward pemdl = leglUatla. th
SI4,e Womack, one who did jot wait, was packing to have OM
lepve after expreanhls views about the operation
Or the PanamA Can company. "The whole economic n
Ev.stem is rotten to tiS cere," aald Womack, who came "fh" --
here in 1907 and has Seeir spent the last 13 yerst dtP- "
ging hyacinths and. mnag out of the waterway. PDco SOMS
i Capt, E. J. Donn. 18% wl soon become bead of the
Canal's Industral ,lP; Paul H. Frli ljnov. Pnt
Sing up to Asstan sa Service t r.
SMen and cannes of ti. 746 AU Sentry Dog pla- The AMs
toon put on an effect etratlon at t. olay watIlbnRt
ton or how a team compoed of One Ma- Dog
can be effective In na tling a wide Area. and can
carry messages If other communlcationa break down. tO in
S- sta ce.
SA long-time offender, Iyncho Hawkln4, 38, Colom-
San, was bound over for trial In U District Co rt on he joint
a charge of illegally entering District At#rney Row- the nature
lan4 K. .Haard's quarters to commit a_ f 1ony. The r "-
.7 l.Balboa tglatrate was told that wl finger.
rnts were;found on tturie and plunbingi -the l
with am..ao, an mron w e and other household
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gotr a n"ase by aplwil% the epub lsal -
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ernmefit slbee ly. I B to Decebwer. 100 bad
been na.ssO( ftfwithe t'of
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Sment of "bidls The state-
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Be careful lest today
Shall be the yesterday
*You shall regret tomorrow
In self reproach and sorrow.


High on a wintry hill there stands a tree,
A pine'that holds within its arms the nest
Of birds that flew to some far southern crest
One day when autumn's wind was blowing free.
That home, when springtime comes again, will be"
A haven which returning birds will sest.
Repair and use while nothing shall molest
Their peaceful hours of quiet senity.
When war is over, then the soldier boys,
Rettning from the battle-scarred fields
Of lands a world apart, again will find
Release from loads of cae in homely joys;
The walls of home shall be the nest that shields
These tired hearts by loving arms entwined.


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Indicates the need
Of asavior
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lication of a ma jo9Mor setuA* -a asCa
S with the poitile mo*eti woul4dd be in conflict with
rmazy, Dr. conattnal p of freedom of press
t par. and speech,
"ath Parallel cases ba e toMA number of times
i with, in cotto witt the saU n of political
m a4eC Ilornina lnt eery cae the
am-aourtheat round that thetri can be no
C inhiMp of a JIMOre m piw.
SThe U Iomet's.diviaton of the Democratic Na-
PC Conmmitteb has for years published and
Ri ..a lon baalS a magazine called,
.'VlT! igS o Dnit." There was never any pro-
Ab .me ths ekl meagamne wh g so good
Ms Co msl OmAttees Ledl it when the
is A a Sli to t out a mgre general
Svot -.me and wanen alike.
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V.S emple ine White
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Uve Maitase In 1909, when
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SMa, BHe'g beA here a long time."
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which tvits
tended, wilk at
Wednesday. '"
All of Julie's tri l 'k "t
vited to attend, and-mq
the Canal onh rt
Pen Women, a
American Women's Ci ..
This ia the tlird large Show-.
Ing of "Painting by "
Panama, her first b i7zt
Annry Navy CluB FL
Dec. 4. 1M51. The uecOi a
at the El Panama on t1 am -s24
date a year later.
Julie stulled art at Washing-
ton University, St. Louis Mis-
sourl, under such well known
arttsi as Fred Weise, and re-
ceived her B A from Oeorge
Washington University, Wash-
Ington D.C.
This will be Julie's last shpw-
ing on the Isthmns, as he aIs
leaving for the Un3teA states on
July 4. She is to duhter f
Commander and A x dward R.
Halloran, formerly f the 15th
Naval District here n1A t Canal
Zone. Comumaadrt sn4 s.
Halloran Are no.w. d at
the OGreat Lies A NVO3TI
enter. .' .
Sulle will spend JurAnA
ust with hera. PP ntas-
their summer okgJ dg
ton, Rlch ean l efr W q0 M ab
mother ahd' ather
next fall. .


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