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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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Frequency:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Red-Led Mob
Tries To Storm

Troop Train
1 GRENOBLE, France, May 19 (UP) MoVe than 100
persons were injured when waves of Communist-led dem demonstrators'
onstrators' demonstrators' stormed the Grenoble railroad station last night
' to block movement of troops bound for Algeria. ;
Shock trooes, helmeted riot police and 500 mobile
guards joined forces to club and tear-gas the rioters into
submission after a long battle. : ? f

' The Red-led Voters besieged
the station lor six hours, at-
tacking in ; screaming waves.
Fifty-nine demonstrators, most
' ct them youths, were arrested,
k on .the wont oiitbiint ef
' T- CemiiHiaist-organixed rioting aiace
h Pari atrect fighting that greet greet-,',
,', greet-,', ad the arrival in! France four years
ate ef Ge.,MaHhawB. Rid'gway
'- 'the NATO supreme commander.
( i The demonstrators turned out
In this Alpine valley towndast
' night on orders of Communist
labor unions, seeking 1 to halt
' the departure of a troop train
carrying newlytrecalled reserv reservists,
ists, reservists, -'.'i-'
The rioters atmed themselves
with steel from scrap-iron
"yard near the railroad station
When the police fired tear gas
' grenades, the rioters hurled
. smoke bombs, ;7:j;'J'x
" The mob i ripped apart railway
" on.; tore beN- from railt arid
dragged a crane' acroii the track
,ht frent ef the troop train. vAA"A
r The rioters were finally sub sub--
- sub-- dued shortly, before midnight
after police called in reinforce
ments from Lyons. Chambery
and Bourgoin. '''.
Train traffic resumed at 2:30
a.m. today. All trains had to be
diverted after the rioters dam damaged
aged damaged rails, switches and signals.
V Authorities sid n estimated
; 110 persons were injured.-Eleven
of the demonstrators were hos hospitalized.
pitalized. hospitalized. .J.,!,

one rioter nas nis loot mm
off by an
grenade.
exploding, tear gas
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War OnCisarclbs
Urged Cy Dcclcrs,
Brilish Jcciely
London; Mayi w (up) The
" British Medical Association urged
Britain's 40,000 doctors today to
-"wage a strong campaign against
- smoking because of its possible
connection with lung cancer. : u
The B.M.A journal said doctors
' should induce parents and teach teach-,
, teach-, ers to stress the dangers of smok smoking
ing smoking to children. v
"There would teem te be ne
doubt that if young men and
women today refrained from
smoking cigarettes the mortality
, from lung, cancer would drop
sharply in, say, 20, year time,"
the iournal said.
The journal printed what it cak
. led ax summary of all evidence a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst smoking. It was prepared
' by Prof. Bradford Hill and Dr.
Richard Doll of the Medical, Re.
search Council, who first drew
' Britain's attention to the possible
connection between smoking and
a recent upswing in the incidence
of lung cancer. 5 i v u :
.The summary said about one in
11 men 25 years old who smoke
' between 25 and 90 cigarets a day
ran expect to die. of lung cancer
'.before he reaches his 75th birth birthday.
day. birthday. However, it said there is no
proof that cigaret smoking direc-
i Iy causes cancer, "but -we believe
the evidence is such as to denote
cause and effect relationship."

20, 000 -Plus Russians Living

In US Senate Hears, During

WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP)
JSenat lnvestleators were told
4Hata hot wnrsi than Oiinnftl
Russian- refugees are living In
this country illegally, under
false names to keep from being
deported to the Soviet Union.
The testimony was given, to
the Senate Internal Security
subcommittee by a New York
writer, Julius Epstein.' He said
the refugees are poten 1 1 a I
threats to U.S. security because
tney are subject to blackmail by j
Soviet agents. ; j
i It doesn't take much Imagin Imagination
ation Imagination to see how they could be,
pressed into spy activities".- by
the Communists, he said..
k WORLD-WIDE NETWORK I
ipstein was one of several
witnesses who told the subcom

Six police were Injured, five
of them suffering serious head
wounds.
; .Grenoble city officials an announced
nounced announced they have opened an

investigation of Communist dis district
trict district leaders here on grounds of
niegai garnering in puDiic ana
demonstrations."
Walter Reulher
Wants More Stress
On Economic Aid
WASHINGTON, May 19 (TJP)-
waiter F, Jleuther, AFL-CIO vice
president and organizing direc director,
tor, director, said today the United States
must put more emphasis on eco economic
nomic economic help in the foreign aid
program. :v .:.'-.,'
He told the Senate Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations committee that pressure
to give' totalitarian : methods a
trial '."will prove irresistible" to
under-developed nations if the
United States fails to help them
economically,""
. "Our overemphasis on, military
preparedness," he said, T .di-
verts, oar. foreign aid; funds from
the battle against the real ene enemies
mies enemies -povertyi hunger, disease
and economic despair,." V
Robert R.i Nathan, economist
aad chairman., -of the Americans
for i Democratic 1 Action National
executive committee accused Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of Treasury George M.
Humphrey and other top admi
nistration leaders of imposing 'a
"veto" on plans for a "needed
shift" in emphasis to economic
aid.,;.-x:''-'?.i-f .,--:-'Vi
"It is not beyond reason to
conclude," he said, "that some of
our leaders have favored military
assistance over., economic assist assistance
ance assistance on- the 'grounds that it is
generally more expedient politi politically
cally politically to appropriate money for
military aid."w ::. -.
Cc.T,.inder Obeys
Order ToPu! Up
His DwXe; Doss ;
' STRETTON,- England, May 19
(UP) The wife of a brewery di director
rector director reacted like most house housewives
wives housewives would when informed she
would have an unexpected house
guest, even though he was the
Duke of Edinburgh. 4
Mrs. Richard Gilchrist ordered
an extra bottle of milk.
The duke had milk for break breakfast
fast breakfast with the Gllcbrists because
of a "crisis" at the Naval air
station here yesterday.
On an inspection tour of the
station, the duke was to spend
the night with Capt. Michael
Harvey, the commandinr officer,,
but Harvey's two daughters con contracted
tracted contracted the mumps.
So the Navy called en ; Cmdr.
Richard. Gilchrist, a reserve flier
who is -managing director of a
brewery, to put the duke up for
the night.
mittee Soviet agents are using
psycholoeicai pressure on a
world-wide basis to entice refu
gees from iron curtatetountries
to return to their homelands.
Tbey testified that Red a a-gents
gents a-gents use letters, newspapers,
and mysterious teleph one
calls to harass the refugees
and conv'nee them they can cannot
not cannot escape the Communists.
Ivan Miroshnlkov, a former
Soviet Army officer, testified
that a Negro approached him at
the doorstep of his Brooklyn,
N.Y., home on May 3 and asked
"why should you Hve in this
dirty hole when vour homeland
is expecting you.";
" CITES PHONE CALLS
, ; He said he received a series
jof. mysterious telephone calls

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ARRIVES IN COURT r-Mrs. Lorraine Clark, 30-year-old-mother
of three, arrives at Newburyport, Mass.,, Court with Special
Sheriff Roger Wells. She was reportedly slated to implicate
her "kiss and tell" lover, Arthur Jackson, 24, -in the slaying of
her husband two years ago. Mrs. Clark Is serving a life term
for the killing. ;

De laGuardia
Says Liberals
Gamed Seats
The National Patriotic Coali Coali-tinn'.
tinn'. Coali-tinn'. nreotripnf.inl candidate
admitted last night that voters
had assured we opposition l,ib l,ib-eral
eral l,ib-eral Party an appreciable num
ber of seats In the National As
ul
SDeaklne over a nationwide
radio network, Ernesto de la
n.i,Hi. tr tnM his listeners
the representatives of the CPN
. I I -A a ...111 An
on uli eiccwrmi uumuo
n- .nrm than rertifV the facts
4IU lllHV w
as estabUshed by the number of
votes received by eacn vauui-
'The CPN standard .bearer
stressed the importance or w
day's municipal elections and
-.hai nn oil nnrhr members to
work hard for a coalition victo victory
ry victory at the polls.
n ia r.narrtia also admitted
that an insignificant number of
electoral irauas nu occu jwyv jwyv-rA
rA jwyv-rA tir. itd these do not
i affect the outcome one way or
another. . 'Jf
He expressed his fir disap disapproval
proval disapproval of the few fraudulent
acts which had been commit committed
ted committed and which he said he did
not need to defeat, bis- rival,
Victor F. Goytla of the Na-
. insl I.lhrral Partv. :
ria la nnnrHia a.xr.rlbed the
number of votes cast against
him in Panama City to the un unemployment
employment unemployment situation andithe
application of some of the pro
visions or me new ramu-u,o.
treaty which, he said, cannot be
judged until they have been In
effect for some time.
(Govtia has made an unex
pectedly good showing in the
(Continued es rate uoi i
I during
tfe- vivf twn Aavm TTr
aid hn "had "no doubt" the calls
originated with the Commu
nists. .v"-
Mrs. Griffith Bailey Coale
of New York,' associate direc director
tor director of an organisation which
ads refugees, testified that a
Communist newspaper is be
ing mailed from East Berlin to
every Rumanian In this coun
try, including some who have
been here for 43 years and are
American csUtens. l.
She said that the delivery 01
the narjer is designed to show
Rumanian refugees that the
Communists know their address.
"It throws a terrible scare In Into
to Into them," she said.
LEAVES AFTER THREATS
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MEETS WITH MRS. CLARK--Arthur
Jackson Is shown at
the Framingham, Mass., Wom Women's
en's Women's Reformatory after he had
a face, to face talk with Mrs.
Clark, who was reportedly
slated to implicate Jackson,
who-Is serving a three year
term lor adultery,, in the
:. slaying.
Trouble With Timing
ROMI. May 19 UI) The'
movie. "The Trouble with Harry"
was sJayina; at Rerae's Ingliih Ingliih-laneuafe
laneuafe Ingliih-laneuafe thaater, the Fiammetta,
whan former PreiMaat Truman ar arrived
rived arrived hore today. It was ferely
: a coincidence. '.
Illegally
mg
public the recent testimony of a
Russian refugee who uses the
assumed name of A. Andriyvc.
Andriyve said that a Russian
refugee physician, in this coun country
try country under a false identity, van
ished from his Boston home
after telling friends he was go going
ing going into hiding in New York be because
cause because Soviet agents were threat threatening
ening threatening to expose him. .
Michael Michaikow.'a Bulga
rian who now lives In Brooklyn,
said- that refugees, in Germany
receive letters from the United
States and other western coun countries
tries countries urging" them to return to
their native lands. ..
He said that this makes : the
refugees insecure and persuades
them that the Communists have
"a net all around the world."

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Senators Demand Showdown

Between Army,; AF Missiles

WASHINGTON." Mav 19 (UP)
A Senate subcommittee has
decided to demand a showdown
duel between the Army Nike and
the Air Force Taios missiles oe
fore voting any more money for
either, a. member said today.
Tne senator, wno assed mat
his name not be used, told news
men that the Armed Services
subcommittee regards the two
anti-aircraft missiles as com
petlng weapons.
Ha the group will Mane
report within twe weeki imtn4 imtn4-ini
ini imtn4-ini that the twe be pitted afiintt
modtra jat kombera te iatarmine
which a the mere effective waap-
Sen. Henrv M. Jackson (D-
Wash.1, who orlEinally proposed
such a duel, said he understands
both the Army and Air Force
are agreeable to tne matcn.
But he said the Defense De
partment, which has the final
say, has made no decision.' '
The Army already has estaD
lished Nike installations to pro
vide anti-aircraft protection for
a number of key clues. But the
Air Force wants to install its
own Talos system around some
of its bases.
The Army has ccmplalned to
the subcommittee that the Air
Force, bv adoDtlng the Navy
delivered Talos In the first place,
invaaea us anu-aircrait mis mission.
sion. mission. f..;, k -:' : ;.;'.",.'
Lt. GenDonald L. Putt, chief
of Air Force research, told the
united Press he believes both
the Air Forte and the Army
should be allowed to build their
own anu-aircraii systems. ; t
He said that the Nike and
Talos are complementary rather
than competitive,
Pcp3Pius(cni:mns
Arflficial Breeding
"VATICAN ClTY, May 1ST -UP)
Pope Pius XII condemn
ed artificial insemination today as
a practice which "is always an
act agaist nature and an intrinsic
evil.'V ""' .m.
) The 80-year olf Pone moke at a
special audience for 1,500 doctors
and scientists, in the consistorial
hall. The experts inaugurated the
Second World Congress of the In International
ternational International Fertility Association
in Naples yesterday. .;
Part of the 2,500-word address
was so technical that the Pope
switched from French into Latin,
It dealt with the church ; funda
mental objections to the demands
made on the auxiliary "father"
of test tube babies and concluded
with the words: k . j ..
"This (artificial .insemination)
is therefore always an act against
nature and an intrinsic evil."

Surprise Disaster Control Exercise
Scheduled By Caribbean

A surprise-type dissaster con-:
trol exercise. Red Joker II, will
take place throughout the Canal
Zone military organization some sometime
time sometime during duty hours Within the
period May 28 through June 4,
Headquarters Caribbean Command
announced here today. v
The two-and-a-half hour exer exercise
cise exercise will test the ability of Ar Armed
med Armed Forces zone commanders to
alert, mobilize and deploy their
disaster control forces to designat designated
ed designated control point sites.
ilea Joker u wiu include ap-,
nrnvintflf1v 9WI mamluri rtf thai
J'" ."'.1.. VVW NlVIIIWlf U till-
Caribbean Command's volunteer
distaff organization and support
ing military personnel.
The exercise will involve imple-,
mentation of public action signals,
passive defense plans, zone mo-'
biiization plans and zone deploy deployment
ment deployment plans for disaster control
.forces.
No simulated disaster scenes,
such as are used during the annual
Jackpot training exercise, are
provided for in this test of disast disaster
er disaster control forces readiness to mo mobilize
bilize mobilize for action. V
Participating in addition to dis distaff
taff distaff volunteers will be control
point commanders and staff, me medical
dical medical services, communications I
down to control point level and
such, other elements as. may be
desired or deemed necessary by
local commanders.
Control point organizations will
move to designated sites, survey
areas and position their properly
equipped forces.
The women dependents of Ar Armed
med Armed Forces personnel, civilian
and military who make up the
volunteer distaff organization are
eagerly awaiting the test to show
they are ready to step ia at any

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' Pert aaie that the Tales, with
Its 50-mile minimum rang a, ia de de-if
if de-if na4 .primarily tor "area de defame,"
fame," defame," while the Nike, with its
herter ranee, it suited lor what
he called "point defense."
The Army ia developing new
er versions of the Nike to ex
tend Its present 25-mile range.
Like the origlniL'the new ver
sions win be guided by ground
raaar to tneir targets.
Solons Offer Bill
Protecting Agents
Of Aiilo Interests
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP) (UP)-Sen.
Sen. (UP)-Sen. Joseph' C. O'Mahoney (D-
wyo) said today that auto manu
facturers who cancel dealers fran
chises without acting in g o o d
faith should be, required to com
pensate tne dealers.
He and four othen senators in
troduced, a bill to authorize dis
enfranchised dealers to bring
double-damage suits-against the
autok manufacturers In federa
district courts. : r
0 Mahoney headed a Senata
Judiciary subcommitee which
held extensive hearings on the
operations of General Motor'
Corp..
One of the co-sponsors of th
bill is Sen. A...S. Mike Monroneyi
ly-UKiar wno was enairman o
t special -Senate Interstate -Com
pi merce subcommittee t h a t v has
been, investigating auto i.. market-l
. '
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O'Mahoney said hi a state
merit that the two-' Investiga Investigations
tions Investigations showed that dealers have
been "completely": under v the
control of their manufacturers.
He said manufacturers have
made seme "concessions" te
their deelers since the Investi Investigation;
gation; Investigation; But he said those con
cessions could be withdrawn.
He said the proposed bill would
"supplement .the anti-trust laws
to. balance the power now heavi
ly weighted in favor of automo.
bile manufacturers.";
Under present circumstances,
O'Mahoney said, dealers f r a n n-chises
chises n-chises are not enforceable in the
courts as contracts. He said deal
ers- now ean only appeal the ar arbitrary
bitrary arbitrary action of a manufacturer
to "paid employes" of the manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer himself.
, O'Mahoney. said he expects no
opposition to the bill and predict predicted
ed predicted it will be approved.
time to assist the military in sav-.
ing lives if disaster should strike,
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POSTER for Red Joker H, a surprLse-type,adlsaster control ex exercise
ercise exercise of the U. S. Armed Forces in the' Canal Zone, is shown
here today by Ma). 'John R. Cramer, disaster control officer,
Headquarters Caribbean Command, to Quarry Heights distaff
personnel, Mrs. Walter R. Young .(left), wife qt SSgt. Walter
R. Young and Mrs. W. C. Morse, wife of Brig. Gen. Morse. Mrs.
MOrse is president of the Caribbean Command Distaff Execu Executive
tive Executive Council. Red Joker II will take place at all military in installations
stallations installations in the Canal Zone some time during duty hours,
during the period May 28 through June 4. The two-and-a-half
hour exercise will test the ability of the Armed Forces
zone commanders to alert, mobilize and deploy their disaster
control forces to designated control point sites. Approximately
2500 members of the Caribbean Command's distaff organization
, ; will participate, (C.S. Army photo) t

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Panama Canal Co.

Bulletin Lists

77 Job Vacancies

The first step towards effecting the consolidation of
fire-fighting facilities on the Canal Zone beginning July 1
has been taken, despite protests being made to Congress
by union officials v ,
, The latest Panama Canal Co. personnel vacancy bul bulletin
letin bulletin lists 77 job openings for firemenFIF 9, at salaries
of 76 cents an hour for location on the Pacific and Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic sides. iri-f-T'P,'
Members of the Central Labor Union-Metal Trades
Council meeting today at 8:30 a.m. at Margarita will dis
cuss the matter of consolidation, which is listed as the
main point of business at their meeting. ;

A CLU .spokesman said yester
day: : - ..
"We will definitely wora te
renew our efforts to have the
proposed consolidation shelv shelved."
ed." shelved." : .:
1 He pointed out that the
CLU Is seeking on-the-spot
hearings by Congress for the
purpose of determining the
future policy on the replace
ment of U.S.oltirt employes
in-lhe p0! iDivisiow br 4odt
-raters; 4
- Members were being reminded
that because of Panama elec
tions today automobile travel ti
the Atlantic side would oe impossible,-
and -it was suggested
they use the train across.
Feb, 15 a plan for merging 'the
fireflehtlnir facilities 'on the
zone was announces. d:.s
v

-unaer T, consiuerauun oy ,uC clude(1 statement:
Panama canal Co. officials.- it has been concluded fire fire-The
The fire-The plan was approved at men can be satisfactorily re
that time by the Defense Decruited locally." y
nartment and was expected to

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go into effect 'everal months
after July IA The Canal said
new project would call for the
reduction of 12 U.8.-rate fire firemen
men firemen and the hiring of 146 local-
Lnnx: in Lcinia ui uciouiiaaa va
raters.
" The present force includes bb
U.S.-rate firemen.
The Canal's announcement
drew immediate response from
U f ireflghtlng unions on the
Zone who protested the plan
on th grounds that they felt
responsibilities, the distaff e r s
have adopted the slogan "We're
Ready to Play Our fart.1'

about 25 men. would be
placed by local-rater.

Their objection was also bas based
ed based on the fact that the consoli consolidation
dation consolidation plan had not been sub submitted
mitted submitted to their Joint Fire Board
which Is composed of top offi officials
cials officials of fire-fighting forces '.of
the Canal and the Armed Forc
es."'"f k Kx::';
This board lj usually notified
in advance of any changes, they
contended, and -was;: appointed
primarily to determine th
needs of fire protection for the
entire Canal Zone, i v. V.
Firemen's Union heads claim.
eo. that .if the consolidation
plan was- nut into effect It
would mean a, "tremendous les lessening"
sening" lessening" of. the overall fire pro protection
tection protection for the Isthmus.
The Canal's r announcement
concerning the hiring of local
T "Pi VI II
raters to fill firemen's jobs In.
v upvn.voiimii lJL ; Vilfj lire
men., unlon toted j th t (h
transiting of ships was the
most vital business of the Pan
ama-canal.
"The question now arises he
said, "as to who, under the new
plan will be handling ship fire,
and how are they going, Jo be
handled." v .. ; A
Yesterday several f IremenT
who had just concluded fire
fighting operations ; wh I p h -lasted
for two days aboard the ; 4
German cargo ship Barensteirt
expressed : their doubt, as to
whether an 4 inexperlen e e d
force could have handled the'
two-alarm blaze so success successfully,
fully, successfully, without any m'shap. ;
Union officials pointed eut
that it seemed unusual that al although
though although the military were keep
ing fU.S. personnel ? (enlisted
men for their own planes and
ships that the Canal, did not
plan to offer the highest- and
most efficient service to the'
shlnplng companies.
' The Canal has stated that
the proposed move was in keep
ing; with their policy of consoN
ldating any duplication of fa facilities
cilities facilities on the Zone. T,
However an Informed source
commented that the System
would reduce firefijth 1 1 n g
equipment on the Zone by 40 1
per cent. Out of the 33 fire
engines now in operation on
the Zone, he added, only It
would reman, under the new -,plan,"'T-"Ttalt
He said he doubted that this
plan would be a financial saving :
because now they will "have

more men to ... maintain less

equipment." A A A
Alter protests were made to
the "Canal by firemen's union,
Governor seybold, on March 9
issued a statement claiming that
the proposed cons olldatlon
would not only protect the Jobs
of U.S.-rate firemen, but would
call for more promotions to
those ratings, ., y r
Cart eads Horse
. DERBY, Infl.noY May 19 Uf
Divorce came before the hanay hanay-moon
moon hanay-moon tor Charlea and Audrey
Cambridge today.
Divorced fia monthi afo, ; the)
lembrjdgea decided Jttt weak te
marry again. Bur this time ae ben
eymoon, "-' '.A
"We decided te keep on work'
ing to pay oH what we owe for
tha diverts," Bembridge wld.

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CRINGING VICTIMS of too-infrequent paydays, I

was in Koianao a Hideaway tnc otner aay, careiuiiy con concealed
cealed concealed from fresh air and sunshine as I fenced with a
fraction of a firkin, and wondering how it would be pfia pfia-sible
sible pfia-sible ,to inject the accustomed incomprehensibility into
this space with the cantinas being clamped, shutnooa
Saturday because of today's municipal elections t
These manifestations of democracy have two weeks
in succession how dried up my fount of inspiration. It'i
the kind of thing that gives elections a bad name." ; Or
one of various kinds of things, . rf -.
Mv reverie was intertUDted fcv t.h infrirrnatinn tWak

there have been Unsubstantiated charges that a coupl
of ballot boxes were abandoned in desolate, uninhabita uninhabitable
ble uninhabitable wastelands at some stage in last Sunday's national
elections.' I advised Red the rickshaw wallah td check
the back seat of the Cantuta cab for them right away.
It exactly answers the description given. - -;'--;
- Then I got to thinking of what a real trouble-shooting
president the United States has in Dwight D. Eisen Eisen-hower.
hower. Eisen-hower. .-'
Canal Zonians have 'at times considered themselves
something like second glass citizens In various respects.
Having submitted so thoroughly to the idea of taxation
without representation, it has been unkindly hinted that
only feat of. payroll deductions for that tea heaved Into
Boston harbor is 'dissuading them from trying ttfmeree
jeataGeorgf? III Inc., colonizers and. general ;mer-
nf "fSffuf0.! te no harPr -lustration of the error'
thir ?Sg Federal affection for them
KnhSwerT n the hthmuS .President
Ml some soldierj ereal.ti, shortly to be trS
wiaLt thel5'h' "r.'
b Ra-5ss'
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if; s SPSS? rIe do
that the? iJiSLffi Affl f011" Zonians
what will. y BIi m WasWngton, cant think
therelfa?e?to?fe bleSome ProWc
hand to give a hwid 0ther Presidts on
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the other night. jSt waSfe aJth-l thc wmd
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SympTaSSlgc Swd?ffi
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.'PTG BAT: IETTNER, left, leads' Youth fellowship members Sunday evening at .Fort Gullck
. chapel. Startmit with nine members, the organization has grown to over 50. Lett to light:
members. Melvin Larson: "Veen" Carlos Archibald, a. voune minister from Rainbow City.;

. Arlene Straitt;-Jeanette Roberts; group secretary Jose Archioald and Bob Glazier, social,

chairman.

Youth Fellowship
Group Grows Fast
AtFortGulick

'Blest be the tie that binds," is

the motto of the recently organiz

ed Ft Gulick Youth -Fellowship

group which meets each Sunday

at 6 p.m at ue ros cnapei. ur ur-ganized
ganized ur-ganized two months ago, the Met-
denominational eroup has grown

from its original nine members to

more than 50. The group is under
the supervision of Chaplain Ralph

JS, Arms,

The organization;-has not only

eaugnt aura on tne rosi, dui em-
braces tadre; than ten members
from Colon's. Bethany Baptist
Church. Jose Archibald, well
- known Colon pianist, is the group

- accompanist.
The prime purpose of the organi organization
zation organization is to develop leadership i i-.
. i-. mong its members. .Each mem-
ber takes his turn in conducting
the; weekly meetings and in the
planning of outings at local picnic
areas.-.. - Sr ,v ;--!.
Two meetings, held recently at
Fort San Lorenzo, drew, more than
JW persons, ffc. William Furchess.
Utort Gulick MP and a ministerial
'student, is the president of the
group, , .....
Tentative plans, of the new orga

nization include missionary work
in the Panama area. Twelve mem member
ber member of the group plan to enter

Ue ministry or missionary wuia.
on return to their homes.
Secretary of the group is Jean Jeanette
ette Jeanette Roberts and social chairman
is Bob Glazier.

(U.S. Army Photo)

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New Products

PFC. WnXlAM FURCHESS, right, checks with Chap. (Cftpt.T
Ralph R. Arms of Ft. Gulick on his speech topic for a coming
v session of the Post's Youth Fellowship group.
- (U.S. Army Photo)

Colombia's Cauca Valley Rich

An

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Future Looms Hug

By CLYDE H, FARNSWORTH

NEW YORK (UP) If you've

bad trouble starting a fire or get getting
ting getting an even flame for those back

yard barbecues, a new fire ignit igniting
ing igniting : jelly called "Golden Flame"
may be the answer.' Several dabs
of the Jelly on briquets, charcoal
or wood start an even-burning fire
at the flick of a match, accord according
ing according to the inaker.l-,.f.,:-'-
The icily doesn't affect the fla-'

or of food and doesnt back-flash!

or explode. It comes in a four-

ounce, collapsible metal tube.
(Golden Touch Products, Inc.,
Boston JU,;Mass.)-.,,.,:t' ;y
' A; pew paint-remover does the
lob with hist a little water and a

cloth. Said to be the first water
soluble remover ever made, the

new TM-4 is brushed onto a sur-l

face and left to settle for a few

minutes. Then, according to the
maker, paint is easily washed
awaywith a damp cloth. The prod product
uct product la supposed to remove tar and
pitch 'just as easily as it does
paint. (Winfield Brooks Co., Inc,
wobura, Mass.) K it , ;

' Any complaints because the gar-

oen noee is mo iienvjr iucii :
new lightweight hose out, weigh

ing 2Vi pounds, less per so-loo
length than its old-style counter

of neoprene plastic

. CAtI, Colombia (UP) For
more than half a Century, the in

habitants of this richest part of

uiomoia dreamed, of a m a s t e r
plan, that would transform Cauca
Valley into'the industrial and agri agricultural
cultural agricultural heart of South America.
Today that: plan is a reality.
Sparked by TVA's David E. Ljlien-

thai, backed by the Colombia a

government and encouraged by

the international Bank of Recon

struction and Development, -the
Cauca Valley Authority has been
formed and is hard at work.
The basio problems are two-fold.

First, complete utilization of the

region s Hydroelectric potential:

second, more productive use of
what Lilienthal has called "the

richest land in the. world."
The Cauca Valley, 200 miles tone

and. lying in a north-south direc

tion parallel to the Pacific Ocean.

is flanked by two ranges of the
Andes, one of them holds an esti

mated 20 billion tons of precious

coking coaL Mineral reserves of

the other range have not yet been
explored. u
s Dozens Of 'swift flowing rivers
charge towards the. Pacific from
the slopes of the- western range.
Through the broad, green valley
flows the, Cauca JRiver. ; :
Already, by Colombian stand

ards, the Cauca Valley is an in

dustrial and agricultural paradise.
Fifty tons of sugar cane per acre
is a high average for most parts
of the tropical world. But some
plantations in the Cauca Valley
produce, over.. 200 tons per acre.
For topsoil in the valley, washed

from the Andean hills over past

centuries, t goes down by actual!

drilling test as far as 90 feet

of U.S. corporate, business Is

represented here. S om 250

Americans manage' these (mat

maceutical, tire, textile, cardboard

container, food products and other
firms or conduct business of their

own. - v -4-v

But under the CVC plan, present
manufacturing will be dwarfed

over the next 30 years. Thirty

hydroelectric and steam generat generating
ing generating plants will boost present power
production to 660,000 'kilowatts.

Flood control will put an extra

200,000 acres of black bottom land

into crop production. New road

systems will give farmers quicker
access to markets. CVC machinery
pools and experiment stations will

help them modernize farm orac

tices and boost the valley's crop
value 500 per cent
Already the first hydro plant on
the Pacific-flowing CaUma River
is1 under construction. This will

supply. 120,000 kilowatts to
electricity-hungry; Cali by 1959.

; Next year anotner dam will rise
from the bed of ithe Cauca River
south of Cali. By 1962; it will gen generate
erate generate 60,000 kilowatts and curb the

yeany uooas. .;. wf
-Also forming in" the Cauca

Valley are 185,000 acres of
demonstration areas. Here CVC's
agricultural experts will seek to
Srove to the valley's landowners
tat scientific land use, involving
drainage and irrigation,' can pay
dividends.1 .-u'c r
. But farmers themselves 4 will
have to pay for any CVC Improve Improvements
ments Improvements to their land. t.

nt MartA at fiannronA

and" reinforced rubber, the hosef 'J"0-ing alUtudes of the area
t. ..M tn. h. n Btmno that '--3,000 feet at valley level to 10.-

has a;burst strength", equal! tee in the mountains, enable

to about 14 times average city

water pressure. This means that
Water can be shut off at nozzle nozzle-end
end nozzle-end without danger of the hose

bursting. (Electric Hose a Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Co., Wjlmingotn, Del.)
' For radiators at home that need
repainting there's a new silver

: spray on the market that can do

the job in a matter of minutes."
The maker says all you do Is
ebake the can, apply pressure with
a finger and the job is done. (Kry (Kry-lon,
lon, (Kry-lon, inc., Philadelphia, Pt-X

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it to produce such diverse crops

as Bananas ana peacnes, grapes
and cocoa, coffee and pears.
Nearly a quarter of Colombia's

total w e a 1 1 h originates in the

Cauca Valley. It also holds 24 per
cent of the nation's 14.000.000

people." '" v,

- Call, which tripled its .population
to 400,000 in the past 10 years, is
now the fastest growing city : in
South. America. A sizeable section

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Sign an 1
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FronUcn of Faith
Armed Tmm Hour
Steer Theater '
The Goldberfi .
Ithel and Albert
Newt
Juliua la Rota
American Inventory
Jack Benny "V
You Are There
Toast of the Town .. v.
Appointment with
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v Tuesday, May 22, US
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Atmeu rorcea Hour
Carry Moore
Robert Q. Lei V
Jane Froman'
Strike It Bwn T
Roy Rogen, .,"
Panorama v'-

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Bob Cummlrtci Show
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Red Skelton
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58 .Sign on'-
3 00 Armed Forcei Hour (
4 00 Carry Moore
: Robert Q. Lewis
4:S Jane Froman
iM Strike It Rich
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IM Panorama i
7-00 Je SUtford
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7:30 Life Begim at M
. SM Caew'i Hour
IM Medic
IM Tve Got Secret
19:00 Swoons
, 11:30 Talent Scout
11 M Newa
. 11:05 Studio One

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. 1:54 Sign on
3M Armed Forcei Hour
4 :00 Garry Moore
. 4M Robert Lewii J
' 4:45 .Jane Froman (
1:00 Strike It Rich V
.5:30 Winky Dink I
IM Panorama
TM Jo Stafford
7:15 Eddie Fisher
7:30 This Is Your Life
1:09 Arthur Godfrey A
His Friends
' IM The Big Story
s 1:30 Beat the Clock
10M Dumont Boxing
10:45 Julius La Rosa
11:00 News
11-05 Kraft Theater
11-01 Sign off.

Thursday, May 24, 195C
: t:5l Sign on
' IM Armed Porcea Hour
" 4M Garry Moore
4 30 Robert l Uvll .'
- 4:45 Jane Froinan
' :,. "IM, Strike- It Rich
IM Contest Carnival
M Panorama
i IM My Favorite Husband
...SIM Plee Tb Faee-.
, SM Climax--
M Dragnet
jg- n j IM People Are Funny
10 M Playhouse of Stirs
10:30 Johnny Carson Shew
- 11 M News
11 M Otiie and Harriet
.1135 Jack Benny

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' Friday, May 25, 1951
:5S Sign en
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4:00 Garry Moore
4M Robert 4J; Lewla
IM Strike It Rich
1:30 Ding Dong School
IM Panorama
IM'I. Stafford
7 :15 Coke Time
7:30 You Bet Your' Life
' IM Colgate Comedy Hour
IM Justice
1:30 Two For The Money
10 M Boxing
11:00 News
11-05 U.S. Steel Hour .,
12:05 Sign off.

Saturday, May 28, 1958'
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SM Armed Forces Hour
4M neere Theater
IM Harry Owen
SM Robert Q. Lewis ..
IM Panoramae
IM Jo Stafford
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M Danger
IM That's My Boy s
MM George Jeasel
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11 M Newa
11-05 Life of Itllex
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Vital Question Oh; Strength

Y MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
' FACTORS you should know in
connection with .the May cam cam-paignof
paignof cam-paignof the National Associa-

Uon for Mental .Health:

There are more people hospi hospitalized
talized hospitalized for mental illness today

than .for all other diseases com-.

' tuned. .. -.
. Somev two and half million
men, women end children were
treated for come form of men mental
tal mental disorder is. an important el element
ement element in 50 per cent to 70 per
cent et all medical cases treat-.
' ed bybhysicianl.
J Of all people who seek: hospi hospital
tal hospital treatment for physical ail-
mentsix million are suffer suffer-viof
viof suffer-viof -frpra- serious mental and e e-motional
motional e-motional illnesses which account
for their physical ailments,
f TwSrtt years age the chance
'efpWn hospitiliid for a se severe
vere severe 'mental (Unas waa one m
20; tod, it is narly one m 10.
-MORE working years of- life
at lost -to mental diseases today
than to. any other group of illnes illnesses
ses illnesses which disable workers.
One billion dollars a year is the

TJ.S. taxpayers bill for care of

., mental patients.
The majority of our mental pa
" lientsostu given no more than

custody in our overcrowded, un

derstaffed,. anderequipped institu

tions. j
Mental health treatment by cli clinics
nics clinics is available to relatively few.

Of the 9,500 psychiatrists in the

u.&., more than 3.000 are ednceu

trated in New York and Califor

nia. v
"HOMES are being broken up.

warns the National Association
for Mental Health, "children are
becoming criminal, .. millions of
lives are being ruined because of

the unsufnciency of clinics pri

vate psychiatrists and guidance

service to people with lesser men

tal disorders."

Its statements may encourage

us to support its 19S0 dive for
funds. They may' also stimulate

tne question: "'why is mental ill

ness so impressively on the in increase
crease increase in this country that boasts

tne Highest standard of material

living in the world? What is it

we Americans are so scared of?

The true answer could well be

the most important one that will

ever be required of us.
"The painful insecurity en all

sides, says psychoanalyst nol nolle
le nolle May, "is what gives us new
incentive- to-esk-it there per per-haps
haps per-haps seme important source ef
strength .we .have overlooked?"

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Select (k)drlroije or JUc

acauon oaJt?

Jilres Should lAJask lndObru Weil

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; I ,a4Hkt lum downward are

Tje r-n good on -average

-w-Hjerage .mature woman
ZrZiittiimit than she once was,

though she may not feel it. sue
weighs 10 to 20 pounds more
than her younger sister of the
same height. She may tend to
stump or shuffle when she
walks.

' For this reason, down lines-are
Jt lad.. They emphasize what should

fee less prominent.
' A- Ions, heavy handbag on a

lbni" handle is an example. The

closer gets to the floor, the

looks. Her

are pulled

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dumpier the woman

shoulders ana neaa

down i frcarryihg .i Jt. jShe Is

heavier ob. one side than on the

outer. a: v .y?

An acceptable nandbai for a

grown woman v who has these

characteristics would be a flat
envelope, tucked under the arm.
This has a lifting, -upward line

and will not make. a walk soggy

or lopsided. It makes a .woman

feel trim and talL ;

Fashionable hats that the head
burrows into, leaving eyebrows,
hair and ears bidden, are simi

larly poor choices for such worn

en. Mature women who wisely
pick an upgoing hair style, with
its flattering lines and distract

ing arrangement, shouldn't waste
the work by covering it with -a

wastebasket.

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Care of a well-selected travel wardrobe isn't hard, even In a
hotel bathroom. Permanent pleats (left) are audsed in the wash wash-basin
basin wash-basin and dripped dry-over the tub. Seams and bindings are
smoothed with fingers, pleats are pulled lengthwise to "snap"
them' in place. Handkerchiefs (top center) dry smooth when

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By ALICIA HART
ItEA Beauty Editor

Fashions come and fashions go,

but a young teen-agpr's pret pret-tiness
tiness pret-tiness in the spring ard summer

siai revolves around crisp tui)

skitrs and tiny waistline.

host 13. U and 15-year-olds

have a closet crammed .full 01

bnght. cheery cotton skirts with

no more tailoring in inem than is
in-a baby's diaper. IVy'xe easy

to irake from inexpensive cottons

and nave no- txithersome 'details

to iron.- r.. v.-.

Each snrins most of these cals

survey their collection. They pass

on or cut up tne skirts that are

too snort ortoo faded to be pret pretty
ty pretty and whip up a couple of new

ones. Even gals who consider

themselves unskilled at sewing
can make one on an afternoon's
notice. But here are a few hints

on their construction and care.

Even though .the .width of the

fabric may be enough length for
a skirt, with selvages at top and
bottom, the skirt will hang better

if u s made of tnree widths of

fabric, seamed at the selvages
and gathered along a raw edge..
A machine hem is acceptable
if one is in a great hurry, but a

hand hem will give a more pro

fessional look. v

Those with typically teen-a i e

wide hips and narrow waist can
cut down on the hippy look by

making unpressed, deep pleats,

rather tnan gathers, at tne-top.

If the lapover of the waistband

is large enough, it may be possi

ble to construct the skirt without

a xipper in the placket, using a
turnover hem on each side. -

A moderate dose of starch can
revive a limp, last year's model
easily. It may even bring back

droopy colors.

If a stiff petticoat goes under underneath
neath underneath the skirt, pick or make one

where all the seams and hems

are overcast or the scratchy edg
es will destroy stockings.

plastered wet to a tile wall, window or mirror. Orion sweaters,

(bottom center) are sndsed, blotted and spread to dry ever

a plastic sheet bed, desk top or floor. Ironing (right) As
done with ease with a travel-sited steam Iron and a folding!

ironing board. Board folds in half for packing.

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By ALICIA HAKT -NEA
Beauty Editor ;
Fingernail biting '-. -is-, a teal
curse. A teen-ager can be pretty,
and properly dressed for a bi

occasion, but-the minute she
takes off her gloves she is re

legated to the subteen age brack

et, no word she says, no manner

she adopts will make her into a

nearly grown woman in the eyes
of her audience as they look at

ner gnawed angers.
- There are many adult' whs
bite their naOs down to the quick,
true- When others, meeH ham,
they may not think they're. juve juvenile.'
nile.' juvenile.' But they begin to wonder
how wel! they'ro doing l ira : the

job or if they1 happy St florae.

few things cause as. much un unflattering
flattering unflattering conjecture a si bitten

Uiugernails. iK . :

' Crowini 'fm'gerhailsv ik -iV; tedl.
ous a task as clearing up a "prob "problem
lem "problem skin. It takes lengthy, con

sistent determination. The least
backsliding .will destroy : all ef efforts.'
forts.' efforts.' ux

Like losing weight, the tasi of
growing fingernails becomes pos-
sible' only when the- rewards
seem greater- than the pleasures

of .the present bad habit either

overeating or nau cnewing. v
Some young women have 'bet 'better
ter 'better luck, once they've made' up
their minds to grow fingernails,
if they promise themselves a i
professional manicure at the end
of a. few, successful weeks. ,?
Otters find that nail polish on
the fingers r help to -temliid' Jhs.ti
to stay away, Still others claim
that the polish is only- an incen incentive
tive incentive to peel it ctf. V. ?
- Some young women have suc success
cess success in the project by wearing
false nails, for morale and pro protection's
tection's protection's sake, until the real nails
grow a little.

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BY ALICIA HART,
NEA Beauty Editor

WHETHER tf s" a weekend, trip

or a whole. vacation, travel, and
visiting can be made much easier

if the wardrobe is carefully selec

ted. iw h -
If s a wise idea to list in ad advance
vance advance the Hems needed, planning
around one or two basic colors so
that bulky Items like shoes and

handbags can do multiple duty.

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; iTVant ayloa) laee tablecloth la one of the -modern "linens" that
-'T.V.J. sever see an Iran. After sudsing it cJeaa, the sllghUy daasp
'HsjWII is spreai over the table, sorfaoe el which is protected by a

Wit cloth setseaib.La is smoothed with
eieth dries smooUt and eves.

! : KAY SHERWOOD
I mHu.Nf A Staff Writer
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. S A.-HpP chest of plan and fancy
kotfseholc linens,' lovingly selected

and rareTuuy tended, is a source

--f-trndtrTo" today's bride even as
" tt.was to her grandmother. But
the farifety .of, its contents has

changed considerably. Modern syn syn-thUaifake
thUaifake syn-thUaifake a liberal share of

' space and bring with them tasteful
' .designs am minuYqum demands on
ear.
...
Yesterdav's painstakingly cro-

eheted cloth may be replaced by

todays nyion lace cloth which can

i be washed and drip-dried with no

need lor mocking or ironing.
-' Nvlcft sheets, nlastle nlace mats

ana blankets that never shrink or

. felt are some of the other products
. that have jumped from test tube
to hope chest. ;
Fine.- traditional lines, however.

', show no signs of going out of
style. -Taking conscientious care
of thenvwill enhance their beauty
andadd'ta your pride in them
. 1- cr.'Ytkinple, it's advisiabe to
wssh. new linens before you add
themtbytrar hope chest Washing
re manes the factory finish, any
' soil from handing, labels or let-
tcrfngT"-" r- -,.......!
.-.It softefis linens and help to
prevent yellowing if they're to be

stored. Terry wweis neea

Iaun3f rftign to regain their

behind the scenes

strong interest in the

end of show-business.
. The other factor was a

gave Kay a

technical

talent

they are apt to pick up- lint. Lace
and openwork cloths are best

handwashed, although some, j if

uey re not too frague, could be
machine washed if encased in a
mesh bag to protect against snags

ana "roping".

The best place to dry fine linens
is in the sun. They should be folded

over .the line. Pinning to the line

may cause them to dry out of

shaoe. ;.''

Another word of cautin from the

expert) very hot, dry air is dam

aging to linens, it linen is ma

chine-dried", the temperature set

ting should be as close to room
temperature as possible.
. Proper ironing of fine linens is
at least as important as careful
washing in preserving their beau

ty, u you re not sure how to pro-ced,-
ask the advice of the b e s t

housekeeper you know. Very often,
in my experience, this is an old older,
er, older, woman who has learned from

years of practice.

.Points, gleaned from one such
source, include pressing linen on
the wrong -side- onlv. to Insure a

lovelv soft dull ihaen. Cover the. When they so to a friend s or

ironing board with a piece of old i neighbor's house to knock on the
mien to prevent a lien cloth from! front door, not pound on it
picking up lint from the board1 Most children who do such things
cover. ias pounding on a door just
' Monogrammed d a m a s k or haven't been shown exactly how
embroidered organdies should be lt should be done,
ironed face down on thick padding!

theito bring ud the patterns. A foam They don't know' unless they

fluffi-j rubber cover on the board is espe- are taught

Everything selected should be
packable. Slim skirts are easier,
tie psck than full enea.-
Concentrate eit nylon and ether
synthetics, tnits are wrinkle re resistant.
sistant. resistant. T"'C'"

Washable ttothlnyr partleularly
items that dry quickly, make it
possible to carry far fewer actual

items. Freshness and cleanness
can be renewed at will. ;
Nylon- tricot lingerie requires

simple care. It goes through soap

or detergent suds, is rinsed and

will dry in about an hour, if blot blotted
ted blotted first u. .,:,
Nylon, orlon and dacron blends
including more jthan SO per cent
of the synthetics can be washed
with' east "and will dry' almost

smooth.:
Separates' stretch a wardrobe.
They can be interchanged and are
easy to wash. Blouses, shirts and

dresses of cotton knit are promi-

ent wis season, orlon sweaters

pack in small space and dry ra rapidly.
pidly. rapidly. Knitwear washes in warm

to hot sudsy water and is blotted

before being spread flat to dry,

xaundry equipment Jor a vac

ation Includes a featherweight AC-

DC steam iron.. Also useful is a
folding ironing board. Folding

hangers, a hand-sired washboard,
a plastic bag for soap or detergent

ans a yard or so of plastic sheeting
are also helpful.

She SinJs work Qah (Berne

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3he'i Q$igfSfpp hCures Qirl Artist cJo Xlnlque (Career :

PITTSBURGH. Pa.- (NEAWl

Kay Golf is a real fan of circuses.
She says that every time she-sees
a carousel go 'round and 'round
and hears that calliope type

music, she gets goose pimples,

Kay is now 22. About 17 years

ago, her father, t red, toon ner

to a sawdust extravaganza, ever

since, her life has been closely as associated
sociated associated with the Big Top.'

She Is also an artist. In fact.

Kay Goff does more special art

work for circuses man anyone
else in the country. :

Two-factors back in her child

hood helped shape Miss Goff s fut future.,
ure., future., i V

One was Grandpa 'Charles

Conrad's job at the Warner, the theater
ater theater in Pittsburgh as a stage

manager. Grandfather's work

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Kay Goff has a irm at. work, turning tot pesters and ether art for the bsUm's Ug tops,
occupation is an wtarewtta ef her lifetime leva for the "hlggest show en earth.'

Her

for drawing that she began to vacation had been spent

develop. Kay. recalls the blister- Jfcay's urging. At the

ing day when their family was
crossing Death Valley by car. As
her crayons melted, she melded
them into animals', fashioning for
herself a circus in .miniature..

The artist in Kay Goff caught

and cially good for this, but two on

ness. The-viie tenos 10 mai

. settle when they re stacked on three terry towels will do almost' The black-browed albatross can
stojfesJiclves. the folds. jbarely take off or land in atill air.
Aeexpert in laundering tells me. To avoid mildew damage, make but once aloft the bird can soar

f thaU'real'i-lincn cloths.jhoulOe.sure-i'OurJiiiens.dry.f omplctelYtindcfinitcly barcly flapping n its
washed separately from cottu asdry before putting them away, wings.

TEACH your young cmldrenlUp withi circus Sww durin-

ner scnooi oays. &ne stuoiea an

technique at Carnegie' -Institute

and attracted the attention of the
Latham Foundation' in' "Pitts

burgh, an organization which
helps deserving art students find

scholarships. The foundation ob obtained
tained obtained for Kay a scholarship to

the Ringling School of Art in Sa Sarasota,
rasota, Sarasota, Fla.

graduated
was off to

headquar-

When Miss Goff
from high school, she"

Sarasota, the winter

ters for many of the circus per- of sawdust subjects.

formcrsTMtny an"earlicr" family

there at

good business, and this season ex

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It's a snap to euiaia windows on let's-do-Bethlnc swsaner'
days. Cat tain-shade swamps freaa reiler for toaaadertag; at re-
kmar while damp, the two-la-eas ectBMaatiesi is said to seed
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BY KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Steff Writer
NEW, easy-te-care-fer fabrics
so highly prized.in summer fash fash-lens
lens fash-lens are no less appreciated in
the well-dressed home.

Crisp. summery accessones

such as curtains, bedspreads and

the like won't, need to journey to
the washtubsas often as your
clothes. But when they do wilt,
the busy homemaker will enjoy

the ease with which they can be.

washed, dried and put back to use

with little or no ironing.

perk up and old bed -is --r!nl

pleated dust ruffle. Permanent

pleats, that is, in cotton finished

to keep the iron on the shelf when
this ruffle is washed. To make
sure the pleats snap back razor razor-sharp
sharp razor-sharp and wrinkle-free, the ruffle
should be hand washed and hung

up xo ary. a sught at each comer
makes this dust ruffle adaptable

to beds with or without footboards.
Indian Head cotton, familiar

fabric to most of us, now comes
in a super weight suitable Jor

slipcovers and draperies. It has a

permanent linen-like crash finish.

with a choice of 35 solid colors.

I'm looking ahead to the '- hot fit should be easy to create almost

pects contracts with five differ

ent circus group for billboard and!
poster art :v;..,:vc' ;

Ringling

school, the circus tent was. often.

the classroom.

Her irhnnlinr mrtinlfttitri. 1T

returned to Pittsburgh and did! Besides her professional etreus

tome art work for advertising' loos. Hiss Goff also- collects

agencies. flamenco and hillbilly records,1

y luiusiraics uooks tor paruauy

laeanwmie, e,ay vioii oeveiopea ouna cnuoren tor a local puoiish-

mg lira.

a hobby. What else could it be but

collecting circus souvenirs, odds

snd ends, curios? She had joined

the Circus Fan Association, a na

tional group, and had begun a col collection
lection collection of circus mementos.
The Jump into professional
circus art work was not a sud sudden
den sudden one. The commissions she j
now gets from circuses in return
for poster and ad work began :
coming to her gradually, as a

result of her spare time drawing

Miss Goff' KasnoWbultnipi girt."

and trains animals.

She and her sister, Jeanne, have
bad nearly every type of domes domestic
tic domestic animal from a Shetland pony

to a parakeet v-

And whom might such young

lady date? There are acrobats.

a fellow that can hang from high
wires by his teeth, and a college

professor who Is a circus fan.

Other than the fact that her

preoccupation with circus life

directs all her activities, Kay

Goff, age Si, Is a quite normal

weather days when the last thing
in the world I'll want to do is
fuss with the housekeeping. On my
list of accessories to investigate is

a new curtain-shade on a roller

that's pretty enough to act as cur

tain, too. Made of Indian Head cot cotton
ton cotton and topped by a ruffled val valance,
ance, valance, there's a choice of t w o
prints and five solid colors. The
shade snaps off the roller for laun laundering
dering laundering in soap or detergent and is
said to require no ironing if re-

hung while damp.

Another entry in, the easy-care

department is made by gaily print

d cotton cafe curtains made of
permanent finish cotton. This fab fabric
ric fabric is not supposed to need starch starching
ing starching or ironing and a.11 the launder laundering
ing laundering involves is a swishing in suds,
rinsing and drip-drying. These are
ready-mades and are reasonably
priced. :
For the bedroom (and elegant,

indeed) are new. sculptured nylon

taffeta ensembles which appear in
everything from bedspreads to
draperies, vanity skirts and pillow
shams. Some styles are tailored.

others are frilled and ruffled.,. -Patterns
include, coins, sham shamrocks
rocks shamrocks and tiny rosebuds printed,
as well as sculptured, on the fab fabric.
ric. fabric. The colors range from soft
pastels to deep and dramatic
tones. These, so I'm told, ean be
washed by hand or machine in
warm suds and drip-dried in min minutes.
utes. minutes. And absolutely no ironing is
needed, so they say.

- Wharmar be' jusrihr thinf-to

any color, scheme a home sewef

could want The fabric is 48 inch
es wide, the price is low and fab
ric can be washed by hand or ma machine
chine machine with no sagging, shrinking
or stretching. v .
Another simple-to-care-f or fab fabric
ric fabric to which I'm partial is cordu corduroy.
roy. corduroy. It has now: been specially
treated for home fashions to make
it water, repellent spot resistant
and crush resistant so that is won't
mat down. The color selection is
broad and lovely and there are
several printed patterns, too.
When a corduroy coverlet or
throw does finally need a bath.

suds are squeezed through the fan-

ric and, aner- rinsing, corduroy
drip-dries wrong side out on paral

lel lines. 4-,

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SrXDAT, MIT JO, 1958

Till SrXDAT AMERICA
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Box 5037,

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Engagement Announced
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Headauarters.' was recently

ihnen for assignment to AF

ROTC. DeDt. No. 330, university

nt Marvland t

Sergeant scnmuii is me ion oi

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Schmidt of

Amn He entered the USAF In

ioai in Panama, where he had liv

- ed lor twenty-one years, and was

; -i assigned to tne wmai uoe u
tree years. :
Accompained by his wife, the
'former Patricia Blitch of Tallah Tallah-asse.
asse. Tallah-asse. Florida, and bis children,
' Daniel, Kathleen, and John, be
J will leave for AFROTC duty In
-5 Maryland. - v
5 Mr. end Mrti Arthur J. Irwin
r Leave On Vacation i
4 Mr .anH Mr Arthur J. TfWUl

of Fort Amador will leave, by plane
today for a two month vacation
in the States, They will go to Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, Georgia : and Texas where
they wifl visit with relatives and
friends. vv.

Mrs. C M. Nix Will Present j
Progam At Next Canal, Zen
Art League Meeting

i The Canal zone An League wi i
meet on Thursday, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nix, No,
,420 Gatun at T:30 p.m.
I- lira. Niv will nreaent a DroSfram

Son Grapho-Analysis, accompanied

uy uiusirauuna. ugiu ivu"" ivu""-mania
mania ivu""-mania will ttm aarvAfl All TTIPTTI.

bers and their guests are invited.

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CADET MTOSH1FMAN JOHN I. ALLGAIER, son of Mr. and Mrs.'
George P. AUgaier of Cristobal,, C. Z.; will wed Miss Dorothy
Engelmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Engelmann of New
Yorfc on June 16th at St Gabriel's Catholic Church, New York
City,: Midshipman Allgaier. who. Is graduate of Cristobal
High School, will graduate from Maine Maritime Academy with
the rank of Ensign USNR and Cadet Officer Engine 3rd Class.

avn mm ARTHUR J. IRWIN of Rodman, announce M
;SagDenraSndaTnpScW marriag
riinnr riaire to Philin L. Peeler, son of Mr. and Mrs, i nomas
Peeler of Memphta, Tennessee. Irwin is attending JJnj.
Scott College In Decatur, Georgia, wd will ; neelTg : her B. A.
riesree in June. Mr. Peeler received his B. A. degree irom
vSbllt University and Is presently attending VarrferbUt Uni.
miW Law School. Mr. Peeler recentiy completed a tour of
duty with the United States Navy to the Canal Zone where h
S? Passenger CJSS.

srvlre The weauinat wui oe buch"""su s..
IVlscoparchurch In Decatur, oeorgia,.on June Sth. v
'CAPTAIN AND MRS;wnXIAM ktm.&'T;'
, TO GIVE COCKTAIL

f -Vrtyon Monday, at 8:90 .m. In honw ef Captain and
MrV Robert Clark, Captain and Mrs. Henry-M. Marshall,
an Captain and Mrs. Richard L. Mann at their, -narterj
(Quarters A),1 Captain Tttcker is the Acting Commander of
' the I5th .Naval District. ; 'j ; ; ;s

Panama Canaf Natural History

I Society Will Celabratt
ITwantv-Fifth Annlversanr

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uur next meeung imo r uu twnrvpr
V 1 XT.....I Ui. Clofw llill!1,,rCr

u.WUU VUil I1WHA inn-i.j
celebrate the Twenty Fifth Annlv.
ersary of its founding A special

invitation

extended

350 degrees F, (moderate 'oven)

for about 1 hour or until tender.
Baked Applesaace Sweets, .

, ie servings j
One No. Z can vacuum-pack

sweeis. i sso. a can applesauce

teaspoon salt, H teaspoon peper.

In skillet brown chos on both
sides; sprinkle with salt and pep pepper.
per. pepper. Meanwhile, combine egg
with cream-style corn, whole-keri

pepper, onion, pimento, salt and 1' tup brown sugar, firmly

- ;pacReo; h -cup meuea ouirer or
'Imarsarine. V4 teasDoon cinnamon.

spread brownca chops witbi ; Arrange potatoes in-, greased

diSQ (10X6X2 (10X6X2-annlesauce
annlesauce (10X6X2-annlesauce oven

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cnarter Members .ot ine. &ociiy. jkewers .will help "them siyar. Pot with butter., Sijaka cin-
Due to the rapid turnover of per- jtand up), namon over alJ.i -. r

.spoon stumng i. oetween -ana jsane at uu oegrees t 30
around chops. Bake uncovered -in minutes. ;, v

IF TOfRa! MARRIAGE-MINDED.
CHECK OVER THESE

QUALITIES v :

After only a; few years of mar-
rififfo. ilmnst inv ivifA mulH tin

off single girls as to the qualities

ana tram uat are important in
a husband. j-
Thpv .ma .fSAiinit BriMair anH

not a bit roraantis-but they be-.

honeymoon is over. S
Take the little matter ef 'neat 'neatness.
ness. 'neatness. Unless a girl wants to spend
her life picking -up after a' man
and trying to be a good house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper despite him, she had bet better
ter better choose one who is neat and
orderly.- -. -''
Then there's dependability.' The
young man who keeps a girl guess guessing
ing guessing may be1 fascinating as a date.
But he will only cause her grief
as a husband.'- .-
Sociability is important in a hus husband,
band, husband, too. Few womenf ind sit sitting
ting sitting home night after night with
a husband who never wants to
go anywhere or have friends is
; satisfying existence.

Adaptability is a migniy nne
trait In a 'huchanit trii Tha man.

ho has to have his dinner ready

ai six oeiocK on ue aot ana wno
gets upset over trifles and never
wants to take a chance or make
a chanffa is aur to. be dull to

live with. '; '.:.!

.Another Kind Of Skinflint .
Generosity ranks- hish among

the qualities that -make a man

easy to live with. It's not only

important that a husband not be
stint with monav. hut that he

be generous "with his time. The
man whn nmrar. hat anv tima fnr

phis wife is just as much of a skin

flint aS the man who is stingy
with money.
If a man-has a high regard for
women that's a definite asset. For
the man who has a low opinion

of women tn general is sure to
become critical of his wife as
soon as ha discovers that she
wallv Isn't much different from

all other women, after all.

FUNERARIA NAC10NAL
.'"THE PALACE OF VNDERTAKINC SERVICE"
. i. Tht most modern quipmtnt
West 16th Strtat No. 13A20 Phona 2-1473

Superior adit ft

Wa can proudly say say that wa have no ccmpatitbrs
i" 1 because our servica is superior! r.--?1

OUR MOTTO

f.

' I Promptness
I Careful Attention
" i Honesty -. ..

PROMPTNESS:

the Twenty Fifth Annlv- Spread browned1 cheps with: ; Arrange petal
its founding. A speciaij mustar(j Xirange ctops in oblong shallow baking
to attend this meeting baking dish so that they are stand-inches). Spoon
to the few remainingmgt riD tifo down or on t w o potatoes. Sprin

a..:.... ft Tfc. Uthmua 7

Dr. Alejandro Orsila Public Re Relations
lations Relations Director of the organiiation
of American States arrived Thurs-
A n ha Uthmll t make Dfe-

vj w. --"--' i
limintry plans for the June. meet

i ing of the American 'States. .y rtMOOden

RUIuM and Mrf CaadaiV LaavO

San Francjao bound, aboard the
ilia MTolUvranH" utiiph sailed VCS-

Iterday, were the Right Reverend

Reginald- Heoer tiooaen, .msnoi

tne lanai iono ana mi m

sonnel on the Isthmus, the numb

er of Charter Members has snrunts
from- seventy to only seven, and
two of these reside in the States.

The program for the 254th meet meeting
ing meeting of our Society, which will be

held at tne uorgas Memorial la

boratory, Panama Cityi. at 8:00

n m nn Mm 23 will be eiven nv

a panel ot tnree memoers 01 me
Cjinal Zone Gem and Mineral So

ciety, of which Mr. Burton Davis

of Margarita is President.

i nffrn win iw an KxiiniiLiiin

th wnrV of the members of the

Gem and Mineral Society on dis display,
play, display, and after the lecture our

member will have the ODPortunl-

iy 01 BSfciHK tiuesuuiia.

Adult' guests are uvuea 10 mis

meeting.- i

farikkaan Callaaa Club 1WI

t.k.li..hli imirit ': v

At Awards Day, Cristobal Hteh
School, on Wednesday, the Carib

bean College Club Scholarship- A

The Miami Caravan Goad Will

Pan American, Airways, gave
a cocktad party last evenmg at
he El -Panama Hotel-in honor., of
Messrs: : Arthur Adler Art Feena.
tfnk.rt cmk s M' Walker.- Svd

Maynard, aod E., M- Baskett who
arrived Thursday with the Miami

Caravan. Gocd wui iour.

Mr. anil Mrsi; Iwlnd Journey
have New' Son i- : 1
Mr. apd-Mrs- Ewlng W. Journey
- n..m, ira iha nmiirl narents

lot a born on May 12th at Gorges

Hospital. Their secona son wui re receive
ceive receive the .name of Andrew
k'eaves For Chne . 'J- ;

' Mrs. Santa jworaies oe wavm wavm-soq
soq wavm-soq has. left for a vacation to. be
tspent in Santiago, Chile. ; t
lUrueuayan Embassy Dinner :

The Ananassaaor 01 jiukuj

and Mrs. Felix Pollen-Carno gave
a dinner at the Embassy recently
in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo

Atias who left yesterday tor Lima,

Peru.

months furlough in Calif onur. ward for 1956 was presented to

a u u

.Tnhn TtriMrinx. nn of Mr. Mrs

Ralph Brackins. As John's father
la anllstMl In the U. S. NSW and

innai1 ahrnarl ..Tnhn livfil

in time to attend their eldest son's I with his mother and five brothers
..... ... l : L Alt .1 H 1 .41.

fTt.nrinaTtnn- mnninnv ar. wnirn uie.ann aismrx in iuiuu. a.; a. m

with their sods, Reginald

Ricnara.

They expect W reach California

Bishon will preach, the baccalaur

ate sermon,

Coes On Furlough : ii
-Th- rnltnvaV AtlartiK of the

French Embassy and Mrs. Henri

Peleuze, '! accompanied by their
dauehter Jeanette, are. going on

lpave Thev exnect te re-

main in-t rance lor a xew wuuma.

CeUbrates iirthday

Mis Emmy Maica ceieoraiea

her fourteenth birthday : yester.
Hav avpnine with a Darty at the

'home of her mother, Mrs. Celine

Malca, In Bella vista. .

About, twenty et- ner inenas
were present to wish her well.
Former CZ Resident Get
AFROTC Duty In Maryland
cim C.rnf Jnhn T) Srhmirtt.

Collateral Training Specuus, Wing

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DAIQUIRI
1 ant COMTKAU
3 aw Sua
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Jhifca wall wh t'Kk)
RYC Mousqeetaire
1 awt COINTttAU
2 aaco
I aart laaea Mca
SnaVa oaH with oidial
IN WINTER:
(a. aat a COINTKAU
la mat a

, ota a! ha ma mvmmmm -r r

ftiAiitrh tuim tn Marvlanrf. TTSA

John received his early schooling

at St. Joseohs' couege in uon,
later transferring, to Cristobal
Hi ah Srhnnl. where he is now

Class Treasurer for '56. He nlans

f M, Nnlra Dam thia falL of

fering as his major either -Bioche-
mictv nv V.pitrn.niemistrv.

Young Brackings' main interests

lie in dramatics ana sporu, espe espe-ciallv
ciallv espe-ciallv swimming, golf and basket-

hail in thu connection, he has

. a utant swimmins

Instructor at the Cristobal YMCA

as well .as acting, as- elementary
Summer -School teacher at St.
Tnaanhc' CnUpte. Hfi hSI SUCCeSI-

fniiv rnmnited aeainst some of

tho niitstanHins Chesa nlavers In

the Canal Zone and Panama, and

in 1954 was the winner oi ine uoia
Medal Award in English in Co Colon.'
lon.' Colon.' -

Mrs: Brackins and her son,

Tnhn vara hrninred euests of the

rarihheaa College Club at their

Annual Spring Luncheon on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, at the Hotel Washington,
where John was presented to the
Club' members by the Scholarship
Committee, Mrs. J. L. S u g a r
Chairman; Mrs. F. Meehan and
Mrs. S. D. Puller.
Altar Guild Oi Cathedrat Guild 1
Of St. Luke's 1 .
The AUar Guild of the Cathedral
luild, of St.' Luke'a Ancon. will
gather in the Guild Room on
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
. The Very Reverend Dealt,
Richard MacDonald will meet
tha ornnn for the last time

nrinr tn his deoarture from the

Isthmusi j"

mertcan

p.

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PANAAUv

4iuak: tiA. CkKUS, S. A.

COLON

BE PREPARED HfTH -".
'SECONDS' WHEN YOU
SERVE THIS ROAST
By GAYN0R MADD0X

Cora-stuffed pork chop roast
served with applesauce sweet po po-atna
atna po-atna (a nn of Mm. Harold Mc

carty's specials. The McCartys

live in Brownsville, Wis.; and are
rannd-eorn enthusiasts. : He is

saiun-al manaver of a Drocessinc

company and she was raised on

a farm in me cora-cannuig

country.-
Cora-Stuffed Pork Chop Beast
, ... - (I servings)
.' Six rih nork choos 44-inch thick

U teaspoon salt, dash pepper, 1
egg, beaten; I No. 303 can cream
style corn, 1 No. 303 can whole whole-kernel
kernel whole-kernel corn, drained; 1 up soft
bread crumbs, V cup each
chopped green pepper and onion,
2 tablespoons chopped pimento, 1

Because we give 'raJlrf'slrVlee,;
precise and efficient atjf ny
. hours.; v; -,.0

v ; Because we have thk 'Bee tfttur
, TAKEN CARE OF: liner Cedilla c Heanrt.f,nd
v j American Materials.' siH j:
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' uAaice-rx Here we do not try tetirhajiv-
. MONtaTi; .. . one; our prices are liif&aSM at
the level of every peejieUt 4;
WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS AND SERVERSanjj
because of that we ask your attention, 'antfofca..'
operation go we may attentT to yw'jwf&l:,
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FOR WHITE HAIR:

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' Used the World Over

' Now on Sale in Panama

n

, It will cause hair to
revert to Its natural
color In 10 or 15 days
when applied dally.
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; hands. Will not stain v
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vents Prevents dandruff and
premature falling- of
- hair,

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TT3 A3IT51CAH
; i r ; : YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
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COMMERCIAL &
I PROFESSIONAL
CAHAt, SON! POLYCLINIC
lOEMTAL-MEDlCAL
. DR I. FABREGA, D.D.S.
: BR. K AV1LA JIU M.D.
(opposite Anewn iehwl Ftaygw
- Ia7S4U rename
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
a JlM B1DGE
"nan frniM -055l
TRAMSPORTES BAXTER. S.A,
Pockets. Shippers m;"
team Ridhn
FAHAMtlDINGSCHOOI.
Riding Um,t tM
eg J smb. Phone -C7
or r in""-:
Cnm'Wlll relieve xW
"FOOX-TROUBLE
tents, eaUousMS, aalla
, "fiti. Scholia trained!
CRTEPEDIA NAC10NAL
JAKE A STEP TOWARD
f NEW BEAUTX
f MCBEAIJTY SALON
SVELMA- DARNELL, Mgr
i U. S. Personnel only
. 2-3677 Balboa
CcltYcii Use ;
j$ftac:3i::
'what Woull yoii do If yon hid
. ii!10,000.000f Ethel Savage set up
! a Happjpess Fund for people
with a.desperate need to be
: foollshf .v.yoa- can find. ut
whethavoK not this? Is food
way t6 'spend so much' money
. -when you see "The Curious Sav Savage
age Savage which will open on May 21

-Maeieami BaaaaaWaaaaaaTaMMWHjLB!
"" "3BBmmsaamm,,",

lor 1st aix-Bignt run ai ine Tnea Tnea-'
' Tnea-' tre' Guild playhouse Call Mrs.
! Laura Sanders at Balboa 3269
oaicketst-v--;f
; T h r&.-.W. .1-. it

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CHOICE
LOTS for
SALE
Ave. Eloy A If arb 15-151?
I Tel. 2-0610
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Quotations by
( A1US. MATXJSSI ASSOCIATES
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' Cemeeria National SO
i Chlrlfana do Leche .... 10 11

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Prat, with Com. ...w
Cwtljadace Kaclooal ...
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Fret, wlttt Cam. m
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m i (Commercial Notice'

LIBRERIA PREClADO
. t street. No. a r
Agendas Internaf. de Publicacionw
No, a Letter? Rm, :
CASAZALDO

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 60-cvcle porcelain
refrigerator, $50.00. Baby car.
riage. stroller, bads, floor lamp.
Cheap. Are. Cuba No. 51, Apt.
FOR SALE: Ona 15.1 cubic
feet deep frcexe 60-cycler, like
aw, ideal far store, cafe or large
family. One ton air condi conditioner
tioner conditioner 60-cycle 110 Watt.. Tel, -3-6263.
. ,,
FOR SALE: Innersprlng folding
bad, G.I. radio, phonograph con console,
sole, console, match-trick blinds, various
lengths. Phone Balboa 2-1761.
FOR SALE. .2V47 Fairy I Im Im-mortalo
mortalo Im-mortalo and 2-3x5 Chinese Fed Fed-ate
ate Fed-ate nigs Tmodo coat, gold band
glasses, wall mirror.- Sunbeam'
mix-master. Tel. 83-7127.
FOR SALEr5-piece living room
set, 050.00. 67 2x12x12 welk
ing bucks, $5.00, floor lamp;
53.00, lathe and motor, $15.00,'
bookcase, $15.00. desk and
chair, $15.00, children Y table"
and 4 stood, $5.00.: Balboa 2 2-3782B.
3782B. 2-3782B. L. ,''- v -u.. -,.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALI-2 f. cabin cruiV
sr. 7 ft. beam, 90 h.p. inboard.
; 'V4 gal. par hour cruising, 2
f bunks, hud, double hull, : re
R eentry overhauled. Abe 25 h.p.
Evlnrude 50 hours running time.
Tel. Bal. 2-3147.
FOR SALE-Or will trade large
foot beat trailer for 15 foot
trailer. Phone Balboa 232 1.
FOR SALE: 20,6" cabin crul crul-tar
tar crul-tar now at Yacht Club. Inboard
)Krmath angina. Phone Balboa
2-1761.
FOR SALE. .15' outboard fith fith-jng
jng fith-jng beat with or without trailer,'.
""P'f'lr, 4'Ppe!. Balbe
eraHoiiCijr
Cost Of Hospitor i
tvm
A community "do-it-yourself" proi proi-ect
ect proi-ect : spread over' thr v..
costs i ia alf in. .providing 'winJ
-"wokiuuj new ittrDea Hospital
uweers more taan h a If the
towni s population bad a hand
in the work.
There was no general contract.
Townsfolk and some farm people.
.w, uu me piumDin", piastenng,
(ConOnned from Pare 1C'
returns so far from Panama Ci City
ty City precincts),
De la Guafdla promised to
take steps to further the pres present
ent present administration's efforts to
combat the. unemployment sit situation
uation situation and to stand a vigilant
and firmly patriotic watch over
iuu compliance mith the treaty.
SISTER "CASEY JO NFS" It's

f
. V ;
j J

in the cab of a locomotive. Sister Ann Dominic decided she'd
learn more about trains and what makes them run come BIB
day in Cincinnati, Ohio. That's the one day a year when the ;
, local public and parochial schools are closed ao that the
teachers may learn firsthand the workings of business and in-'
-oustry. Giving Sister Ann some pointers is engineer B,"

LOURDES PHARMACY
' ta La Canaeeoina
'FARMACIA LOMBARDO
MWW Street v
. MORRISON
4th et Mf Are, 4k I ML

FOR SALE
Antomobiles
FOR SALE-1953 Fontiac, 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, 6 cylindera stand-:
ard, 4 new tires, excellent con
dition, $1180.00. House, 8007.
B, 1st St. Margarita. .Pboaa 3 3-1801.
1801. 3-1801. ...
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Sedan. Excellent condition, paint
like new, new tires Owner liv liv-Ing.
Ing. liv-Ing. must selL Tel. Balboa 3280.
FOR SALE: 1954, Plymouth.
fully equipped, underceetad, twe-
tone, perfect. Call Cpl King, A A-mador(5254
mador(5254 A-mador(5254 mornings.
FOR SALE-1955 Mercury 2 2-doer
doer 2-doer Hardtop, Duty free, $1800.
Tel. 3-0776. 43rd St. No, 21.
FOR SALE: Jeep 4 wheel drive.
Military tipe radio, foam rub rubber
ber rubber seats, bar,, tide panels, alu alu-.
. alu-. minum doors', thovel, axe, fire
art., bull hern,; A-1 -condition,
plenty spare parts. $700.00.
Phone Cristobal 2887.'
FOR SALE-1953 Fiat 4-door
Sedan. Duty paid. Excellent con
dition Call 3-t276.
FOR SALE-1955 Ferd. Coun-,
try Sedan, Fardamatic, WRfrH.
many extras, 7000 miles, $2400
cash. Excellent condition Phone
82-4214 ..
Silent Sound Waye
Used In Machining
CHICAGO (VP) A iipw il.nt
sound" machining process will
eliminate many manufacturing
nMikl.M. i
fivuiciuB, u cxperi says,
. Jack Welch, mansger of the Ms
enme Tool Division of Sheffield
Corp., discussed the new technique
v me annual convention of the
American society of Tool Engi
neers. '.
Welch said the 'Ultrasonic ma
tmumg process o p e r a t e s on
somewhat the same process as an
air hammer used for breaking con concrete.
crete. concrete. But instead of air nreaaiira
the generating force is lound
waves, so high they are inaudible
w ins numsn ear, a..
"Difficulties encounterwl In cut
ting b r i 1 1 1 e metal with old
processes have" been practically
eliminated,: Welch: said. HJen-
erauy speasing, the more brittle
me- matenai, tne taster will be its
rate of -cutting., ;
Skippy HedrtBeot
Not Trouble Sign :
Dr. Franklin Johnston,! professor
oi iniernai meaicine at ue univer university
sity university of Michigan: Medicals School,!
says you shouldn't worry if yourj
ucaii autis oeu noviN Uei.
"Many people with no heart dis
ease .have transient skipping or
irregularities of the heart, he
said. ""But individuals with svmn-
ujiiis ui una Kina snouia not jump
to the conclusion that these sensa sensations
tions sensations are indications of serious
heart trouble."
hot often voull u. nnn

LEWIS SERVICE
Am veU We. 4 f
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
. MS Central In
, FARMACIA LUX, -,
1M Central Avenue

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' BOX 2031, AN CON, CZ.
IPX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
"GREY 6L0RY,"' the enlyper-'
manent.naade exclusively for
white or grey hair. .Guaranteed
not t discolor. ..aauailv ufa
for blondes. Geuell's CecoK Club-
aouse Beauty Shop. Monday
thru Saturday. Navy 3812.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE. .120 watt trans,
witter Collins 32V3. used very
little. New price $800.00 My
price $600.00. Call Balboa 2 2-3147.
3147. 2-3147. v
FOR SALE. -Ricarde A. Mire.
S.A., Just received wicks for Sur-
Flama kerosene stoves 90c. each.
and 3 for $2.40, East 16th St.
No 6-20.
BUILD YOUR own garden walls
and small buildings With MOR MOR-TAXLESS
TAXLESS MOR-TAXLESS interlocking concrete
blocks. No mortar or skilled
labor required. Now Available
in permanent pastel colors. Tel.
34022. ..-v.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
WILL HOLD AUCTION
The Panama Canal Company will
offer for tale at public auction
541 lots consisting of towelst
table cloths; bed sheets and pil pillow
low pillow cases; place matt; dinner ;
cloths end napkins; bureau
scarves and ode ilea; bed spreads;
- ladies' purses; ladies' and men's
shoes; boys', girls',, men's end
ladies' clothing; ladies wrist
watch and ether (owelty; wool
blankets; foam lubber pillows; ;
Army coveralls, rain wit and
trousers; trunk; teakweod chest;
pipe collection; fire extinguisher;
coffee serve n; Ivory Chinese fig fig-urines;
urines; fig-urines; leather camera case;
books anal pampkttt; 60-cycle
eloctrie fan; eeeking utensils;
finger pai"ts; took; portable
Singer sewing machine; portable
electric phonograph; hair dryer;
teller skates; portable radio ana)
typewriter; sterling silver eats;
and household furniture starting
at 6:30 PJW rlday, May 25.
and eantiauing 8:30 A.M., Sat.
urday. May 26. 1956, m Build Build-ing
ing Build-ing No. 509S-X at Cristobal
Storehouse, located at Mt. Hope.
Detailed lista of the Iteme far
sale have been peered en hallo.
tin beards of Canal Zen Peat
Offices. Copiee may be obtained
from the Diviisen ef Srerehausos,
Balboa, totephensj 2-1815.
. Iteme to be) eels' wilt be en
etisplay for tho general public at
the above lecatiee e end after
May 23, 1956, between the
hour ef 7:0O.A.M. to 11:0O
A.M. end 12:00 neon to 4:00
P.M. ;
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
FOR BURNISHING CROSS TIES
Panama : Canal Company in invites
vites invites proposals for furnishing
5.250 pieces of tree Ties undo
seeled bids for opening hf public
at 10:30 a.m.. May 24. 1956.
in the office ef Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balboa. Invitation
No. 276 mar be obtained from
the above office, telephone 2--1815.
Steam Locomotive
Wins Relic Status
AUSTIN, Tex. (UP) Kids
for generations to come in this
area will be able to see what the
now little-used steam locomotive
railroad engine was like, thanks
10 an idea stanea ny a sports
store operator.
The idea sprang up some time
sgo when a man and his son came
into George Stautz' sports store
shopping for a model train. The
youngster had his eye on a fancy
diesel model when his father re
marked to Stautz;
"You know, it wont be Ion? be
fore kids dont know anything
arjoui sieam engines.
That rem ark started 4 Stautz.
president of the Austin Rotary
Club, thinking, and he felt some
thing ought to be dope about it
Several members stsrted work
ing on the project and it wasn't
long before the Southern Pacific
Lines agreed to give the Rotary
Club and the city one of its old
steam engines to be mounted on a
vacant tract of land beside the
city s central fire station.
Judge Quits Bench
To Pay Speed Fine ;
M. LiOUI I UP I pnlira 'h
, 4,1 m . 1
Judge Allen R. Evans knows how
of a defendant.
. mo eyes
Evans, hearinr a series, nf traf.
fie cases, stepped- down from the
bench long enough to plead guilty
to a ipeeaine- coarse.
Mayor Sterling Davidson. Jr..
acted as judge for Evans' ease and
ssid: ."
"In any business it nave to
stand off and look ohWtiv.1v
inrouga ue eyes ox a customer.
Now you know how one feels
,i i
dtaiiiuuig irciuifj lllSJ tJCIirJll.
Evans paid his S13 fine and went
oack on the bench.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
' modern furnished apertmanre, 1,
2 bedreeme, hot, cold watee'
rnene rename s-e4i.
FOR RENT. -Nicety furnished,
modem apartment 1 'bad.
room, living room, dining room,.
Kircnen. tor s months, June 1st
to August 3 1 at. Phone Panama ;
S-4461.
FOR RENTt Furnished or un
furnished apartment: 2, b
rooms, 2 bathrooms, etc.," m
Bella Yista. Phone 3-6097, 2
2504., K'.i- 1
FOR RENTt Apartment 2 bed.
rooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with bath, large
eitcnan. Urge bathroom, hot wa
ter, apartment all screened. -25
square meters inside apartment
tar laundry, drying end ironing,,;
largo closets, garage. Heuse No. ;
5. Eusebie.A. Morales Ave. in
El Cangrejo, corner house. Phone
Panama 3-0579 ; -' i l;
FOR RENTsT-Furnished 2 bed.
room apartment;' inspected, hot
water, newly decorated, desirable
location. Via Perres 82. Tele
phone 3-6115. i '
FOR RENT: Unfurnished mod mod-am
am mod-am apartment, 2 bedrooms, Z,
bathrooms, dinjng-living root
maid's room with bathroom, ga garage,
rage, garage, hot water. Phono: business
beurt 2-0321, Sundays 2-3525.
rOR RINTr Furnithod apart,
moot,. 2 bedreomi, living room,
dinmg teem, kitchen, San Fran".
eisco, 16th St. No. 6. Telephone
3-1 ill and 3-5643.
FOR RINTt Nicely furnished
apartment, Including refrigera
tor, porch, parlar-diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen, AH screened.
Good surroundings, $60.00. Ap Apply
ply Apply 112 Via Beliisrie Perms near
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENTi Modem, eool, one
bedroom apartment, very easy to
furnish, hot water, near the II
Panama Hotel. Cad 3-3421
FOR RENT 2 bedroom aaart-
ment,. living teem, dining teem,;
nncnen. tain at. No. 14, Ban
Francises, Via Foiratv Phone 3
FOR RINTa Furnished t be
room apartment. Fenced yard.
terete, ecreened, 9th St. San
Pranciece. CaN 6-206.
FOR RENTt Famished or ua ua-furnished
furnished ua-furnished ene bedroom modem
apartment, garage. 168 Vie Ba-
sitarie Perms.
FOR RENTt Modem two bed.
room apartment In Bella Vista.
Slat, St. No. 42. CaU Zubieta,
Tel. S-3337. r
Ancbl Mayen Cil7
Set To Be Restored
PHILADELPHIA fUP) The
ancientMayan citv of Tikal in th.
iunelM of GuatMn.l. -ill K-
ninri i ..rti.il. .... i J
f.w.w IHUW.UJ JHMHVU, UIO
.' n .
uuivcisiur w x-causyivama en-
, ........ r .t- i
Dr. Troelich G. Rainey, director
of the university museum, said that
agreemenU Have been made with

tne uuatemaiaa .government .tWTmiww:. .-UUi"ui

sometime this
?:r'.":3-
f H r

ph. .:. t. j. tu ..i-'a.-lneer.

Hm'tSSi aioV It .'C
been a "ghost city" for about a
millenium and it was occupied
xor z.uuv to ,ooo years up to
about the 10th century, A.D. It
m a. ... a. I
waa rediscovered about a enntarv
ao-n hut vae arrvHihla nnlv kv
mule-back until the Guatemalan
government buUt a nearby Undine

strip about five years ago. me granostarw. Giant blowers
University colorations place iorM a curiam of hot air straight
Tikal at the center of the Mayan ?.own frra overhead ducts, permit permit-civilization
civilization permit-civilization .-v i wf only a minimum of cold out-

t : ; i i
ttiinM airi that th m t
and the Guatemalan rovurnmrn
intend to make the city a Mecca I

for scholsrs of American civUi-puts

zation and for. tourists and eco-
nomics deAreioperaV'. ; T"?

......T--.,.-....,..,, it(o, jor ,;ine summer meeung
riv ihrino.likn .tmt)1.i dnmU there, then -shifted back to Wash-

nate the city center one of them
is as tall as a 20-story building,
Pyramidal platforms are topped
by exotic 1 carbings. The central
part of the city is resplendent with
causeways and graded roaoa com
parable to modern expressways.
Expert Gives Out
With Safety Ideas
On Flying Kites
tTCDlVl Til fTTB Wkl. J-l
- ...... un j

wis mvmovu ui fijuis Okitca, anal "--.. w vj un ciuca men-
n t u.... ir.:..... -i Inf.tnrin r r.i..v... ..u 1

nois ssfety expert hss a few
suggestions for makina sure thtl
fun is not turned into tragedy. I
. ,. . f ; I
tie saia 10 empnasize to Tour

children the need for keeping the the roof. ;
kite string dry. A wet string is a Two of these buildings were test test-good
good test-good electrical conductor. ; ed In an atomic exercise at Yucca

.
If the string does become en-

tangled in power' lines, lesvd itlcated nearest "ground ten." point

there, dont try to disentangle it of detonation, suffered some dam dam-Encourage
Encourage dam-Encourage children to fly their age, but the federal Civil Defense
kites in.fileds where there are no Administration declared it to be
stones, stumps, ditches or other intact and "nfferin? cond nrntn.

obstsdes for them to trip oVer.ltion from the elements."- ;

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
.. i. Fee. 4 h Om Am He. 41
FOTO DOMY
: Juste liMMH in, and a St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DUS
. Street No. tt .

FOR RENT
Douse
FOR RENTt Two bedroom
with two bathrooms, living room,
' dining : room, kitchen, porch,
maid's room, two garages and
large lawn at 50th St. and Cam.
pa Alegre. For information call
De Reus 3-0908..
FOR RENT: Large chalet, plenty
ef grounds in cool Las Cumbros.
Living room, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, laundry and breakfast nook,
three large bedrooms, nursery,
sewing room, jtorage room, two
baths, outside maid's room com.
pleto with bath and garden stor stor-,
, stor-, a ee or workshop. Covered two two-car
car two-car garage. Fenced In yard. TeL
Panama 2-2142.
FOR RENT: Vacation Quarters
Jno 15 to September 1. Cam.
plenty furnished house, kitchen.
' dining and living-room, 1 bed bedrooms'
rooms' bedrooms' one air-conditioned, 2
baths; maid's quarters, large
yard, garage. Located. Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. Phone 3-6757. ; .
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENTt Commercial site,
ene block from the public mark,
et. Telephone 2-0249.
Washington P2rk
OfferiXensforl v
TqHpr
CHICAGO hrpi TT a r
I players now have it as poorl th
norses, at. wasiungton Park.
Two portable .air-conditioning
units, the world's largest of their
kind, coot the air in the clnhhnw
when necessary. The first floor of
ine granastand, too big an area to
enclose in glass, can be heated by
a forced-hot-air. "curtain" that
turns aside chiUina- breetei in 1IIU
conuenaoiy cool weather.
TO 00 the two 1ohx aii'raiuittnn
me ciuonoust) and w a r m the
granastand Beniamin. r. Unit.
heimer, executive director
oi Arlington Park-Washincton Park
arranged for the followinr:
Building of the two largest port-
utu iwiEerauon ; units in the
world. Etch le monnted
32 feet long, 10 feet wide and 13
feet high, to be parked in a pro protective,
tective, protective, area to the rear of the
stands. In full production, thev
eoueriieT enouga cooi air to, au
condition.- 1,000. .-average-sized
homesi. and can lower the tem
perature from 95, deereea eutiiri
10 ?a-7a inside the clubhouse. A
specially built 30,000-galloa. water
lana provides a reserve of chilled
water t ..... -,
Installation of a bit boiler be.
hind the aUnds.' It feeds hot water
into underground pipes, which hest
SK-y..": m
-tSJ "Lf'ff .." F
JH.lm .""8 giamsuA OUCIS
ana vents.
-.. f -
vusu ucuqo vi pipelines nve
tJVZ,AV.
."C.. JEKrh
lltlZ?lSS5.
The Robert Hattu':nrfnrW
ICompanyi and its consultma ene
ing engi.
Bud Hattis. met the chaU
" Wproblem, posed
L'If.lS "mount of spacej? be
h"!f J" wcioseov ine wasn
intSSfllB 1 VnT JllIBkPiASlBaa. awtwakwasnaa I
r"v- ti.
J"""."1 the mutud areas, the con.
i;"""" uu vumax room, wun
hw ohuuiw icci OI Kiasi.
r 'uJam.ao ff1cur?S
Pta to "seal" cold air outside
wa air to ruier mto tne mtenor.
tisms said there -"is no enm-
ipsrahle insUUatwn in the world,
The compressor refrigeration
and their attached trailers
f expected to he moved to Ar-i
I" rKK nonnwest .uu
ugura rm ror ine summer meet-
'ng Beginning Aug. 14,
Patented Metal
Building Resists
Atomic Blasting
WASHINGTON fUP) The
government has issued a patent on
a frameless, corrugated metal
Duuainz csntwe of resistins much
of the shock ef an atomic blast.
The, KltiMina ..!-.J
mimfuihnwl k. at.. B.ki.. m
oenves 11s unusual strength from
ita deeply corrugated panels which
are bolted to a concrete footing
na 10 eacn outer, uiner simuar
panels are holbri tnmthr t farm
at,i Nev... last year, and both
survived the Meet Th. ona u.

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
' rargae tafevte t Btnet
: FARMACIA "SAS"
- Via recna lit
NOVEDADES ATHIS
' Ispaaa Are.

RESORTS
Gnmlich's Santa Ciam Beach
Cottagoa. Modem conveniences,-,
moderate rates. : Phone Gamboa
6-441. v-::
Swim and relax et Shrapneft
beach hornet, Sante Clara. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca-
Balboe I860 ...:,'. ;
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottagoa.
Santa Oars. Boa 435, Bolboe.
Phone Paneme 3-1877. Criste-.
bol 3-1673;.' v''Kf. :'-

i CAN YOU TOPTHfST Takes m eye for opport wilty end.a
Boee for business to get this situation. Thomas Hogan, 9. shows f
. the, form that won lor blm ttl' a 'fainnina? trntmrl ai thmi

Children's Aid Sodetr lower

CofrCalled FonFi

OfBallotsIn morMn'Mioli

SEOUL. Mav --19 UP) A
f brce of 50,000 Republic -of Ko
rea poiice.i -was c ordered on
emergency alert today when
It appeared that final tabula tabulations
tions tabulations would put into -. the vice
presidency man opposed to
msident syngman Rhee.
The, opposition .' Democratic
party claimed victory for Its vice
presidential candidate, John M.
cnang, on the basis or uncount
ed ballots In three traditionally
anti-Rhee districts at Taegu.
Rhee won re-election ? to the
Presidency hands down.
The opposition party; mean-j
while, postponed unexpectedly
a huge funeral for P. H. Shinic Shinic-ky,
ky, Shinic-ky, Rhee'g late political foe who
aiea wnue campaigning;
The police stand-by order was
expected to remain in force un
til alter the Shlnlcky v funeral
services and the public accepts
the results of the balloting fori
vice president
The mnch-ballyhooed Budh Budh-Ist
Ist Budh-Ist funeral services for Shinie.
ky, originally scheduled for
tomorrow, were postpo Bed
when the new election commit.

i APART TOCETHZR Cte of the few Siamcee twins ever
4 uccsfuly separated are intrigued by a telephotm during a'
' recent visit to Washington, JjC Tbey are Mapit and Frisaaoa
' Polpinyo, born connected at tba chest on May 25, 1853, in
Bangkok, Thailand. The delicate eurgery that neparated then
. was done at Billings Memorial Hoapibd, Chicago, lest year.'
' .They were adopted by Mr. and Mr. FJlis Atkinson. Be is aa.
-.- adviser tp the Thai government '..

FOR

12 WORDS
Position Offered;
JOB opportunity experienced
and fully qualified electroaka
technicians and outside tato.
men. Apply "Tropeleo S.A.''with
' references. 'i ...
WANTED: English-Spanish
stenographer for temporary wore.
Phone 2-4944.
FOR SALE
: Real Estate
VIRGINIA farms And real estate :
for tale. Send for free list. Lou.
don Atkins, broker, Farmvilla.
''Virginia.. J -r-
wttt eiri rorttnr tn Km- Vnrr
.tees In' Taegn failed to -resumt i
counting the last vice 1 presi. 't
dentist ballots. The old corn-
raittees had resigned, claim.
Inr IrregnlirHves in the vota
and saying they had been nn..
der pressure from -the nation'! s
Central Election Committee. 1
But Lee Sang Chul, chairman
of the Democratic nartv. claim.
ed' "positive victory1 for Chang. ;
. Mt is definite now," he de
Chantr went into riirTinir
terday when It.: appeared h 7
would ,( be .elected aver Rhee'a
hand picked Liberal party, can.

uuMte,, tee to. ppong, ; despiw 4
RheeV sweeping- reelection la
the prsldential race. n.
Three of the four voting dig-v--trlcta
in Taegu, south Korea'iO
second -. largest city, i stopped -counting
the vice presidential
ballots Wednesday after rJalm.

Ing Irregularities.
Tne provincial election eom -mittee
appointed 15 neV mem
bersall friendly to Rhee'a Lib-t
era! partywho were scheduled
to resume the count in the nres.
ence of armed ROK police.

u5.

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PACE 111?" ;

SrXDAT. MAT 29, 1936
TEE PANAMA AMERICA AS INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAFEB
) 7
c API to li o
53c. i ' ii.' i 20c,
Richard Widmarkv In
A PJUZE OF GOLD
. Aisor
NIGHT HOLDS
. TERROR ;
T I Y 0 LI
Z5c. 20c.
Two Release Pictures',
THUNDER PASS
! Also: . -.
SILENT
. PATROL
CENTRAL Theatre
75c. -. 40c
'" WEEKEND RELEASE!
James Dean and Natalie Wood, In
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE.
v in Technicolor and Cinemascope! '-12:45
12:45 '-12:45 2:18 4:32 6:46 -;$:ll p.m.
LUX THEATRE
C 1 40c
RELEASE OF THE WONDERFUL AND
' ' MARVELOUS PICTURE... :
-V HANSEL & GRETEL
V';. in TECHNICOLOR!
DOIVE-IN Theatre
60c ii ii- 30c.
, Rock HUDSON k Jane WYMAN V
in
...
ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
' In TECHNICOLOR!
CECILIA THEATRE
60c. :oc.
Terrific European Double Feature. ...,'
x The great lover: ,
. .CASANOVA i"
, Also; ..,.,',..'
TWO WOMEN and TWO DESTINIES
with Corlnne Calvet
dial rLt "ty T' i
.. In Cinemascope -Audio
Murphy'f in
TO HELL AND BACK
RUNNING WILD
NIGHT RIDERS
AFRICAN TREASURE
"7

- iMiMMMiM iH III

tip I r.ic r oi4-

Charming Characters .':Appeai;k :" In jfiuild s;-; N"ey"
Pla JThfeCurious jSa vag e- Opening Tomorrow

' Mrs. Same Clande' Aycock) reveals to her step-dauthter, Lfly
I Belle (Patricia Lee), that she had bidden her fortune of bonds
1 ;, ,"'in a staffed porpoise in the museum. - ;s

4

bannibal (John McTaggart) saws away discordantly on his violin while Fairy (Mimi Brewer)
I and Florence (Louise A. Glud), fellow guests at The Cloisters,, listen appreciatively.

L

' Fairy (Mimi BrewerV anonnnces "there' fire upstair with flames this high!" to the guests, visitors and Dr. Emmet in the
livinc room ( the 'nNers. i t to rth'r Florence I.wis A.. Glud), Mrs. Savage (Claude Aveeck). Fairy, Dr. Emmett (Angus ;
Matheney)tLily Belle (Patricia Lee), Senator Savage (Lea WorcesUr), and Hannibal (John McTaggart)..

I
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' While the plot and characters In John Patrick's The Curi Curious
ous Curious Savage," the comedy opening tomorrow at the Theatre Guild
Playhouse, are not at all like those In the author's "The Hasty
Heart," audiences will probably be reminded of Patrick's earlier
success, but for a different reason. Tracinr the kinship' in tbt
underlying themes of the two plays proves Patrick to have an
unusually optimistic outlook on life. n ii.y-i
. Every-author is imbued with one or two central ideas which,
consciously or otherwise, repeat themselves throughout his writ writing.
ing. writing. Strindberg consistently took a dim view of roan, and an

even dimmer one of woman, Saroyan, at least until he was
forced into khaki during the last war and somewhat tempered
his enthusiasm for "the beautiful people," loved everybody or
thought ho did. "'; .J-;, v ...v -v.

, O'NeMj lhoueh he stated it most
lucidly perhaps in "TheIceman
Cometh, had, long been preoccu preoccupied
pied preoccupied with the theme, that maa
must live by his self deluding
dreams to, survive, a theme ear
lier embraced by Ibsen. ;
. i The central idea of John Pat Patrick,
rick, Patrick, as disclosed m "The Curi Curious
ous Curious Savage" and "The Hasty
.Heart," is that the greatest va
lue in life is lore and friendship
with other human beings.. This
sounds pretty unoriginal when
- so badly stated but in his plays
this oft-stated truth is dramatis
ed with" so muck sincerity- and
. warmth that it seems a .fresh
In order to !be a happy i n d
-1., i i i :
wnnifl Dprson. rairicn eniunasuca.
a, is important mat everyone, oe
WQ bpth .W Hgive" .?,kenerou'slyotf
love to others as welt as to .re
'ceive it.";.j:' "'.'".-V" Vi-t
T In "Tfie Hasty; Heart,' which
was set in a British, hospital in
Burma, Patrick was writing about
a bitter,, lonely young Scottish sol soldier'
dier' soldier' who rejects the friendship of
his fellow-patients and a nospi'ai
nurse, hidinr his desperate need
ior love anq, jr)enusun. ueiuui
, J
1
V
V

J

fnask of insolent antagonism. All
who saw "The Hasty Heart"' re

call' the humor and poignancy in
ratners story of now the over-
proud soldier finally was taught
now to give and accept friendship.
'Patrick has taken a slight de
tour rrom tne patb of "The Hasty
Heart" with his comedy, "The Cu
rious ravage," but nts heart is un
changed. This time' his people
with the warm hearts, and -outgo
ing sympathies are the guests ot;
. rest home galled The Cloisters.
'They. are a somewhat erratic
lot, bent but not brokea 'under
the blows of various crises. Per'
haps they are ot wiser thai the
, people in the -'sane"; world outside-
of The Cloisters, but they
are kinder and nicer. They.dis'.
nlav all h nnallli 'slick mntt'
people profess to admire bttf
not always" have. They are con
siderate. Tney are genereus.
They cooperate with each other
They respect each other's illus illus-aions.
aions. illus-aions. They have deep wells of
Jo ving kindness.. : v v v.
These tender, and tolerant peo
woman who isn't mentally' 'ill at
all, except in the minds of her ava-'
ricious "normal" stepchildren. She
is the curious Ethel Savage "'cu
rious' because she s endowed, a
"Happiness Fund" with her ten
millions. With a. fervent desire to
help people be absurd when they
want to in some harmless way.
Mrs. Savage has had h wonderful
time, sineo her Husband a death,
footing the bills for the realisation
of one silly whim' after another.
When an Italian farmer wanted
a box of dirt from Italy, he got
it. And when a peddler asked lor a
tombstoae for his horse he got
that too; She abetted all sorts of
wasteful, delightful expenditures.
One summer she chartered a ship
to send a thousand school children
around the world. She thought
'they ought to go 5 around the
world wniie there was suu a worm
around." "',i. "'
, '!The Curious Savage'Vis a kind
of morality play, as it tells in a
way both curiously touching and
curiously comic how the pure in
heart rout the evil-doers. The pure
in heart, in this instance, are the
mild eccentrics and their amiable
benefactor, Mrs, Savage. The evil evildoers
doers evildoers are Mrs, Savage's greedy
stepchildren. How-the gentle ww
dow outwits them," and manages
to keep 1ier $10,000,000 and her
i
5i
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Do It Yourself Washday
For A lhelors Monday

DO .
Mfxirata colon, fabrics
and (ormanti.
DO . V,,..
um hot water (or white
cottom and nylon. Warm
(or colon, alaittt and
bUndt..
; By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK' (NEA) If
you're going to be a summer
bachelor or if you re a year year-round
round year-round bachelor you may be
stuck some day with doing your
own washing. Clothes, not hands.;
if this hippensto you; there's'
a little more tp itlnsn Just dump-4
ing your clothespin the tub' and
beating them with a stick. Like
everything else, there's a right!
way and a wrong way of doing it.j
The first thing you've got to do
is figure 'out what fabric Jrour!
clothes are made of. Mostly you'll,
be. washing underwear and socks i
don't try shirts,' they're tough:
so let's consider the different
kinds of material 'these are made1
of and how to wash .each.
According 'to 'Cooper's Men's
Fashion Foundation, the care and
wishine of knit underwear and
socks are simple, once you know.
uiUa. St im trVit warltini, ... I
Wll li I JVM AC fruMiug.
It it's cotton,, yout can use real
hot water,- strong soaps and .a
blazing iron. Cotton withstands the
high temperatures 'and alkaline
soaps pretty well., If the garment
is colored, however,.' .use lower
temperatures.
. Wooi f jnust'he treated with more
care. Da.'t let the water get too
hot Use a milder soap or deter detergent.
gent. detergent. Don't let the washing ma machine
chine machine and-or dryer tumble too
much over-agitation can cause
damage, and : shrinking. The best
procedure with a pure wool gar garment
ment garment is to wash it by hand in
luke-warm (120 degrees Fahren Fahren-ehit)
ehit) Fahren-ehit) water with a mild soap. Dry
it by Tolling in -a towel. Then -let
it stand, spread flat, away from
direct- heat -or sunlight.
, If you're trying to wash a blend blended
ed blended fabric wool plus some other
fiber use the same method as:
U....h 1, ..... .11 I

Acetate rayoa garments also re-il
quire' the careful washing ot wool
use low temperatures, mild!-
Map;-''- --''-'--';-;-, ;;-;'; II
With synthetic fibers nylon
and its newer cousins low tern-
peratures are also best. And, since 'I

nylon nas a tendency to pick up
colors from other fabrics while
wet, always wash "your while ny nylons
lons nylons separately. With the new
stretch nylons such as is used
in sizeless socks zreat care

must be used. If the water is tools
hot or there is too much agitation
in th washino marhinp the varn'il

stretching quality breaks down.
With ironing, here are the Foun Foundation's
dation's Foundation's recommendations: Use a
warm iron for cotton, a cool Iron
for synthetics and blends. Never
iron over the elastic bands on
briefs. -,. .."
Happiness Fund provide some of
the warmest and most human
comedy scenes in many seasons,
according to advance reports.
The leading role in The Theatre

Guild's presentation of "The. Cu-jl
nous Savage," which .' will .open
tomorrow, for six consecutive per-
formances, has been assigned toL
Claude Aycock, Supporting her in I
the cast will be Patricia Lee, Lent
Worcester, Morton Gornick, Angus I
Matheney, Kay Brabander. Louise

A. Glud, John McTaggart, Mimijl

Brewer, Lee totton, and Betty
Hutchinson. 1
The play Is under (he direction
of Don Musselmaa. Tickets may
be secured by calling Mrs. Lau Laura
ra Laura Sanders, Balboa 3269 or at
Dagmars oa Tivoli Avenue,

DO .
rvmav cotton knit mat
wtiilt ilightly tkjmp and
gcntl pud to ihap

4l

DO .
uf ihort cycl 1-3 mln.
for dlicot fabric.
Long cycl 4-8 min.
for cotton.
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idea of washing your own, get
married.

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NEW YORK (UP) Isaac
Stern, American violinist, is con-
certizing in' Soviet Russia, since
the "exchange of musical art-
ieim Mow. tKa Imam Ait4aM V 4-a
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Stern
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A' .u, vanu, u.a. lull
ivan both in recital and with
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He will inlroduce two American
works to Soviet audiences Air-
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on Copland's sonata for vioun and
piano and Elvis Presley's sere'
nade for violin, strings, and per percussions.
cussions. percussions. He took his accompanist,
Alexander Zakin.
Visitine Soviet artists were hieh-
lighst of the past musical season
in New York and elsewhere. Thev
included the top Russian violinist,
David, uistralcn. c v -'
The! Metropolitan Opera has en-!
gaged Norman Kelley, a native
of Maine, and a leading tenor in
lesser American opera companies,
to sing in two of the four operas
of Wagner's "The Ring of the.Ni the.Ni-belungen'
belungen' the.Ni-belungen' next season Kelley is
best known for the role of Nik a
in "The Conrtul" during its long
run on Broadway. -,
Speaking if American singer.
Anna Noffo, is knocking them
aead in Itaiy. She sng The title
role in "Madame Butterfly" on the
Milan radio and television and
is appearinr as soloist in the "Lit "Little
tle "Little Scala This summt r she is
to have leading roles in the Rome
summer opera and wdl also sing
at the Sal -.burg festival. Miss Mn
fo is a native Pennsylvaninn. Sh
went to Italy two yenrs fcgo on' a
Fulbright Si-hoisrship 10' pursue
her vocal studies.
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Lucfcv Test, Lifeboat, r
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THE SUXDAT AMERICA.

Maria Stuardo Oppose
EBghly Rated Sprinter ;
The Victory Stable's reportedly expensive Argen-Ine-bred
chestnut horse Globe Trotter is considered
1 such a "cinch by the Juan Franco race track's
andicapper that he is hasJbeen excluded from the
getting in the tomorrow's featured $550, six and a
talf furlong sprint.

Globe' Trttter turned in' re-l
kaling performance in toe recent
p,ouo aaaea rresiaeu ui im
jepubllc Classic in which he man manned
ned manned to. hang on for third place
ioney'in the one mile and five five-ghth
ghth five-ghth event after setting the
ace for more thart mile.
Up-and-coming Lucky Test,
ieedy Lifeboat and stout-heart-I
Maria stuardo are expected to
ire GloM ironer some compe competing.
ting. competing. ,The only other scheduled
pirter; Bradomln, returns from
(layoff and is apparently not in
g form., v
Bl.i .Aifiilrre. as usual, will be
jarff Globe Trotter, ine iawer
just beginning to live up to the
vance notices tnai preceaea
kn to these shores trom rem
here he ie several track rec rec-Ids.
Ids. rec-Ids. Hi improved form plus
ie sprint'distance make it almost
npossibl to imagine Globe Trot Trots'
s' Trots' losing" in this company,
The secondary attraction should
fove to he more thrilling. In this
It, a seven furlong sprint for
faii'lB Bwlng, l.lKnj
rentinf
hiring or iwapping, in
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SCOTCH WHISKY

Panama

Class F imoorts. the costly Opu

lento and hard-running Cartillero
will resume their feud. Opulento
is the favorite to win but be is
expected to receive stiff competi
tion from his impressive rival.
Nine other races, including some
quinielas and one-twos that should
pay lat dividends, are on tap.
Juan Franco Tips
By CONRADO
1 Mrs; HalHgan Salustio
2 Naranjaxo Don .Gran (e)
3 Marcelita 1 Avispa
4 Bull Flea .' Tilin Tilin (e)
5 Lady Edna- La Enea
6 Two Colours Golden Corn (e)
7 Dona Beatrix Gaucha
9 Quiescence Riaui
10 Cartillero Opulento (e)
11 Lifeboat Lucky Test
jPANAMAf
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,l INDIANAPOLIS,- Ind.. May 19
(UP) Jim Rathmann, a balding
27-year-rold From Miami,- set
new all-time ouallflyine' records
ol 147.035 miles per nour lor one
laD and 145.120 for lour laps to
day at the Indianapolis motor
speedway in the rebuilt car
whclh Bill Vukovich drove to .his
death in the 500-mile race last
year, .v f'-."'";
Rathmann, drivinsr a car own'
ed by Lindsey Hopkins of Mia
mi, was the first man out on
the track as qualifications o o-pened
pened o-pened for the Memorial Day
race before 30,000 fans In clear,
windy weather. v
His first circuit oUhe 2V2 mile
oval broke the 143.793 mph one one-lap
lap one-lap record set in 195 by the late
Jack McGrath. But his fourth
and final lap was the fastest.
McGrath's four-lap 1955 rec record
ord record of 142.580 mph also shatter shattered.
ed. shattered. Rathmann placed second hi
t"i 1952 race and seventh in
193. ..-
The blue speedster he drove
todav was rebuilt after Vuko
vich wrecked it and burned to
death while leading the pack
near tne ena or me ivm race,
Rathmann's last lap marked
the first time in history a car
has speed around the brick and
asphalt track at a speed as fast
as 147 miles per hour., ; V
A"i few "minutes after Rath
mann set the records, his bro brother
ther brother Dick. 30; also of Miami.
quaiined at an average of 144.
741 in a car owned Dy Kala
mazoo,' Micnn.. sporu. inc.
Dick's averages would have' set
new records had he made his
trip, before his brother did,
Colon

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Juan Franco
tt. Botss
1st Kace
Jockey Wet
T Imp. 1 Fgs.

t FIRST RACE Or THE DOUBLE s r,
1 Mrs. HaUigan'V A.: Valll& -T5hould''make it. nete f -:-3-2
2 N. Touch M- Guenero 118 -Improving slowly V '? :&
3 Beduiflo H. Reyes 110 Would pay fat odd 1V1
4 Dixie" T. 'Alvares 108 Notiing to recommend t.Tlo-t
5 MUst Be t r. Godoy 110 Early speed only : 204
8 Young Prince ,'E. Darle 108.-Strpng finish now weak 3-i
7 Salustio G. Sanchea 118 WuT force the'nacel. ,Z:. .A 2-1

8 G. Buzzer;, J. Phillips 1 10 4Has shovra nothtag ; ,y;30-i
2nd RaCeA-B:'Natrfes 7 Tgsurse iis" Pool HClOses i:15

miv?KWO?ACE-Q
f
1 Naranjaza MS Carvajal I04x
2 Don Brigido B.iAguirrel2
3 Yosikito .r.-Oodoy 120
4WDaet-w.'. 'JLycaataO; :
5JOe-" Hidalgo-108,
8 (Don Orausi V. )rtega lUt
7 (Petite-. ys--vojBVJBaega 106.
3rd BAce"H" Native H Ffs.
l Avisna 1 B. Asuirre 18
2 Arranqulnc: A, Ycaza 118
3 Sirena C. Navarro 112x
4 Fuego ,P. Caballero. 115x

5 Conquistador J..Cadoganll4liiast)ioesa,tcounti

C. Rula 113
:. ;
4th Race "H" Nativea t Fgfc
1 La Pampanlnl O. Chanli 107
2 Chanito A. Valdlvia 114
3 Bull Flea R. Crlstlan 115

4 Choly. . . J., Baeza .106 .Nothing' recently 10-1
5 Mufieco ' A Credldio v 89x-Apparently'' impossible L -304

6 Golden. Pick t B. BaesA 101
7 Volador 4M Leon JOflx

sge GirKF. Godoyao a. Better fhft weeVs' iV.lii atl
t.TttillL VWBUii 142xUJUtMHgMil .ckancf-.' 2-1

9-(Tilln
otn nace jvauvea a4 rgs.
1 La Guararfia V. Brown 108
2-Rlha Rol -, 4A. Vso,ue IIS
3-Lady Edna, B- Agulrw 112
4 La Enea H. Reyes in
li ra j; ..
8th Race MH2a." Imp. 7 Fra.
1 '..,..

FIRST RACE OF THS DOUBtEit r
..v.-.-.. .. .... svy4-.--;.1;iy,tvrj H.
O. Chaais 113 Wnta' f'c,o(ldV.:il,-'?';'li
- A. Ycaaa -113 -Improving Weadlly VT .:44

1 Carraway
2- Heritor
3 Fontainebleu
4 Two Colours
Rmes IIS
F. UvaresllO

5- 311ama? r J. Jimenea lOSxg
6- DisUngo V. Castillo 110 -should be close-up.
7- R. Emblem A. Credldio 105 Not ready yet

8 Mirsatoats F. Godoy 112
9-r(Sinn Feinner B. Baeza 108
iuuoiaen corn a. rniiups us
7th Race "G" Imp.; t Fgs.
- 0 2ND RACE OF
l-Panlcur A. Ycaza 110
2 t-TeGano v F. Hidalgo 108
3 Oro Purl to G. Cna 113
4 Dona Beatriz F. Alvarez lis
5 Postinovlch A. Gonzales 110
6 Lyrical" ; "A. Credldio 105x
7 Don -Cu to B. Baeza 115
8th Race Elimination Imp. 4 F.

QUINIELA

1 Our Fancy
2 Coronelino
3 D. Maiden
4 Rosario
F. Sanchez S7x
J. Gongora 111
F. Hidalgo 105
J. Phillips. 105
?E. Dario l03
5 Alabarda
8 Choice Brand a de Leon 97x
7 Tempestad A. Gonzales 106
8 Gaucha , B. Baeza 100
9 Verttcordl S. Carvajal U2x
9tb Race "Hla Imp. 7 Fgs.
ONE
1 Lanero J., Jimenez 105x
2 Riqui F-' Alvarez 113
4 Donny Boy F Godoy 105
4 Greco E.'Dario 103
5 Quiescence O. de Leon 107
6 White Apron B. AgUlrre-113
7 Bright Blade Al Ycaza 112
8 Fenlx . B.; Baeza 105
9 Batatazo ".- JL Credldio 107x
10th. Race F Imp.r.7 g'fc":
1 Rio Negro G. Montero 107x
2 Fuerte A Enrique 118
3 Barylon A. Ycaza, 106
4-CartUlen". J. Phillips 108
5 E. Magic A. Vasquez 115
6 (Opulento V.' Castillo. 118
7 (Gonetino C. Rula 115"
Ilth Raee "E" Imp. VA Fga
1 Lucky Test G. Sanchez 113
2 Bradomin R. Gamero 110
3 M. Stuardo .V. Castillo 113
4- Llfeboatrlioomer
5 G. Trotter B. Agulrre' 115

.

Graded Entries
j COMMENT
ODDS
Purse S375 A Pool Closes 12:45
.THE DOUBLE
.. -yX
Better this week& vYf
Usually close up ; s,
Not in -top' form t:uvv
- Coold..go all Uie -Way h
Must improve more
Aiwavt daneerour ly :"; h'
3-1
'2-1
10-1
2-1
4-1
i-t
-Rates fair chance ;.
2-1
Purse $275
Pool Closes 1:43
Form: indicates. -X
- Could .get up now;? ;
Lacks early speed f
Not with' this' ridei? 1
30-1
.fc'U-l
' 2-1
-Could repeat here A
v' ,J,r ).
"Purse $275 .'VPooJf Closes 2 20
larlr speed only ; 3M
-Sure to finish last T ?i50-l
Shouldn't miss her : 3-5
Could be in. the money- ? v4-l
Rater outside chanef l&f$i
run 323 -..' Pool Closes 2:55
Contender all the way
-Quit badly "-ih last.
Ran wefl to previousj w EVEM
-Last idoesnt count ,3-2
Ihbuld be' ttntenderj
Touirh Wfc.hnr. J
3-24
'0-1
5-1
101
wniint i :
,304
- Dangerous contender ,:
2-1
2-1
Rates xood '; chance-'
PnrseJ450"
Ptnjl Closes 1:85"
THE DOUBLE-.' t
- Will fight it out
2-1
In new hands
Returns from- layoff
Racing to best from
Dangerous contender
- rnuld m ill th wv
t15-i
20-1
3-2
3-1
3-1
-Doesn't seem likely
30-1
Purse fOI
Pool Closes 4:48
- rWouId pay off here- ; '10-1
Best chance in weeks t 3-2
Nothing to recommend - 15-1
In favorite distance 4 2-1
Good early Speefl ; '6; v 3-1
Early speed only ,"1 :. 8-1
Inconsistent these days 3-1
Rates good chance .3-1
Runs wide on turns ' 5-1
Purse $400
TWO
Pol Closes 5:15
Usually close up
Reportedly ready
10-1
3-1
1
21
3-2
3-1
-Has 5 strong finish
'Will force the pace
Victory was revealing
-Excellent .effort last (
- Easy win last time
Pnnr recent ncM v
10-1
Deoends on start
. 2-1
Purse $508 Pool Closes 5:40
Returns from layoff
I 10-T
. 15-1
4-1
EVEN
,'3-1
Chance in mud only
Nothing- to indicate
Will fight it. out ;
Rates fair chance :
Pnrm. indicates
3-5
Makes local debut
5
Purse 558
Has. strong, finish' :
Returns from layoff
10-1
EVEN
Was never better
108-nshould be ronncruH
3-2
'Excluded froni betting

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Fabius Beats
In
BALTIMORE, May land, April
19 ilr). Calumet arm's
Fabius, yesterday 1 avenged' bis
loMln in Kentucky Derby by
coming .from behind to; beat
the -favored Needles by. one
length;, aiid4brec-quarer in
the one mile and ihreesii ihreesii-teenths
teenths ihreesii-teenths Preak nasi Stakes.
Third was No Rerrets and
fouth Gold Ace,
Tha winner's lime was 1:58 1:58-35:
35: 1:58-35: a far cry from Nashua's
1:54-35, in Jast year'l Preak-
FiMus, whowar niloteH b
jockey WiUie Hartacn, paid 7,
R4ft: And $2J0 across the
Ward The .wiia brought bia
earning, to ? $l2,765;i The
Preakness vlctorr wai Wbrth
ami' mm.' m
Ir.-itAN.HlAaDOM-V'
34 Yeers hr Nfkrtit LtagOt
.WHHea)'' lor 44EA 4trvk
QUESTION With runners A on
second and third bases ther nitch-
ef balks-nd then throws wildly
past the 'blate The runner from
,third ase scores. So does the man
npnv'iecpndr base.? ls this, risht?
Is this, ri
Antwr:',:The inuinar rim W'
fld base b -llwfKi to oe te
f third enlK Oh e.lMlk, ball is
hi pnm momenr -ir ni petn
csmmitted." Any.' tnovini op- tf
bases utometHt.- i -'
i w. vonwftt oasir Jean a man-l
g; proiesj a garner t Wiariey
"A; Only im the fi-eond "f vie.
' latiei af jmc rules;' cannot
pretest 'arc umpire's lodgement.
QJ A runner steals seconds but
Us. out when; he overslidet. Do- you
credit Jbim with -a kstolen base?
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Courses In Ycar
NEW YORKMNEA) -No fewer
than 127 new courses and ; addi additions
tions additions to.existing layouts were open opened
ed opened during the last year.
This sets-a new1 high 'in piist
World Waf II -development,.' ac according
cording according to the report, of (he Na
tional -Golf Foundation. The, lew,
faculties added L337 boles to those
already in play.- The new courses
and additions were- opened in 36
states, California leading with 21,1
i,ias was. secooa wun Wi-renn-syivania
third with- nine, followed
by Florida with j$ix- and New York
ana Washington, with; ftve;eacB i
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ma; tQ the. over. 11 5-pound"
division of the Boys' Athletic
Leajjue.Champipnships in New
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Rreakhess

llalional League

Teams i
Milwaukee
St Louis .
Brooklyn-.
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh.
New York r
Philadelphia
Chicago ,.
' TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn (2)
CincinnaU at Philadelphia (2)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh 2)
St. Louis at New ork (2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 010101000 3 11 0
New York 000 000 0022 4 1
: Burdette and Crandall;
Worthington ,and Katt
St Louis 520 202 00011 18
Phila. 201 200 000 5 10
! Dickson. McDaniel (4) and
Sarni; Rogovin, Flowers (1),
Owens (2), : Negray (5),; Miller
7K Meyer (9) and LopaU. WP:
McDaniel (3"0)r : LP Roscovln
(0-2) HR: Moon (4), Repulskl
Chicago 000 030 0014 12 0
Pittsburgh '220 100 02x 7 13 f 1
Jones, Kasier (2), Haciter (4),
Valentlnetti (5), Davis (8) and
Landrlth: Hunger, (King ; (5)
Face m and Kravltz. WP; King
(2-1): LP: Jones (1-3 hk:
Wall, (2), Long (8).
Cincinnati 3 030 100-ilO 14
Brooklyn v 010 003 O01 5 10
Klippstein, Black (6). Free
man (6 ana Burgess; ,.Ncw-
combe, Templeton (3 ), Koufax
(6). .Roebuck (6) and Camoa-
pella. WP: Klippstein (3-2): LP:
tlewcombe (5-2K HRi ;Frazler
(1),, Temple W; Burgess 2)
OUT OF DOORS
txmt Be a Frustrated
BEGINetaoinshrdl -
Don't Be a Frustrated
' t Wihermen -5f-,
, , By AL MeCLANE. ;
' Fishing Editor ;
S ,- .. a ,?A ..1,..K...,. .1
Hff.RTWNERS at fishing are al
ways puzzled by exactly what is
expected of them in learning jto
use artmciai lures. ; -
I had a letter from a fellow the
other day who said that he. has a
huge collection of spoons, plugs,
and flies but after 10 months of
frustrated casting he's convinced
that he's bought aU the. wrong
OBes....vi-.,iv.w.' .1.
Without seeing wnai ne oiu
buy, I'm. wiuing to D wai ne
owns some good luresWhat most
tnWm ..n't imdentana ai uic nk
is that ho matter how lifelike'an
artificial bait may appear, engm a
success is in the way that lure is
handled., -;,'" ,..' V-"-v:
in hit esstintf for example, i
would advise that you try casting
i1mS intn likelv snots, m
..v.t. .mms Tftrks. TadS. SU0K-
en logs and other objects afford
ing cover lor oass, no
to remain quietly on the water for
as much as 15 or zo seconus.
by twitching the rod-tip, make the
plug dance. and; wiggle.
t k;. MvAFal fimesf xnen reel
J TMj mm mm m; m. mmm m
. ..mi m an. and. repeat.; use
plenty of time for retrieving your
plug, making it perform; $n a life lifelike
like lifelike manneri t ;-i
. Tht same thm appBes td bug
fishing with a fly rod. Leave the
hu on the water momentarily
after wtingf, then manipulate rt,
v in find v a fish, which would
not be interested in' an ordinary
k., irisvMi in the conventional
manner will very often strike just
Gcifins flo Gccd,
ButFisI.I::j Fir.2;
At r.'t. ci
' 'MT; CLEMENS.' Mich..(NEA-
Hnlfinff wasn't too Bood. but the
fishing was fine on the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Beach-course at Mt.-Clemens.
' Gale-swept water from Lake St
Clair covered the layout; bringing
with it several hundred big carp
Aran Savers and James jvraii
raught large-strings' in water water-Wed
Wed water-Wed sandtrap near the 11th green.

' W .L Pet GB
, .13 8 .684
. .17 10 .630
. .15 11 SV 2.
.'.15 11 .577 2
i .13 12:520 3
, .11 J5 .423 6H
t 8 17 JS2Q 8
. r 7 18 304 8

: V "Or I
: .. r t- m. i

Americui lesgif

!1

Teams- W, t ., Pet" GB
New York: .20 10 .667
Cleveland. .."i .16 11 i93 2'
Boston; . 14 12 .538 4
Chicago. ;..Y .12 11. J22 4,
Baltimore. .15 IS !.500 8-
Washington, v. 12 18 v. 429- 7
Detroit. . M0 17 .370 -iVt
Kansas City.' .IjQ 17 v J70 8V3

1 TODAX'S GAMESt-v
Washington at Detroit (2!
Baltimore at Cleveland (2
New York at Kansas City
Boston at Chicago (2) ':
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 000 000 001 1 3
Cleveland 040 001 000 S 2

Pascual, Clevenger (2), Wies Wies-ler
ler Wies-ler (5), and Fits Gerald; Score
(4-3 and Hegan. LP; Pascual
(2-5) HR: Sievers (6).
New Tork M04 001 0008 8 2"
Chicago 000 101 2004 12 1
Turley (1-2) and Berra: Pol

le, Fornieles (3), .Dahlke (8),
Consuegl-a (9), Harsbman (9)
and Lollar. LP; pollet (1-1).
Baltimore 001 110 110-5 13 5!

Detroit 120 000 0104 4 3
. 1
Wight; Moore (3), Zuverink
(8) and Smith; Maas. Aber (7);
Alasterson: (8). Brady, (9) : and
Wilson, House (9J. WP Moora
(3); LP Maas (0-2). -
2 Boston : ,..'000 010 3004 11
Kansas City 000 002 0128 8

Suste, Porterfleld (7) and
White;-. Kretlow,' Burtschy f (7), -Gorman
8) and Ginsberg, -i WP
Gorman (1-1); LP". Porter Porter-field
field Porter-field (1-3). HR Lopea (6.

uith w
3
because
lure popped or gur-
gled.
When usint" sooons you really

have to' go to- work.
: Sweep the tip of your rod up
over your shoulder at a : medium
rate of speed.; Then as. you drop'
your rod to the level at which, it
points toward your lure, reel l. in
the slack created by this move movement
ment movement Again sweep the rod up, -and
as you drop it, reel the slack.
Vary this procedure by using a
different speed as you sweep the
rod and retrieve the line and also
by varying the distance of the
sweep. f
There's a -whale of a : differ-

ence between casting a lure and
"fishing" a lure, m
III M MAM

1 1 in ii riHiu ii

Mutuel-Dividentei

1 Incalca $10, 4,40 J.20
2 Sweet Windsor 110-20.. 13
n1
3 Copadora 33.40 V tl
i SECOND RACE
1 Danielo 37, 2K 3,40 r;f:
2 Golazo $4.60, 4.40
3 Bosu'n's Mate $3.80
First Double; S43
v
'." THIRD RACTR v
L-tiboria 45.20, 2.40
2 Wlnsaba $2.60
One-Two: $U Jf
FOURTH RACE 1
1 Tanaaa iExduded; fxoin bet-
- tlncrt-. .
2 Mimt $4, 3. 2.66
3 Folletito $5.60, 4
4 Reglna $3.20
... QuWeU: $15.68
3,
FIFTH RACE
1 Apache $8.60, 3.60 "'
2 Ilea $6.60
. SIXTH RACE
1 Clprodal $11.80, 5. 3.40 V
2 Armador $12.20, 5.60 -.
3 Amat $2.80 r 4
SEVENTH RACE 1
I Copar $54.40, 4 60 ' 3
2 Fcbrero II $4, 3 60 -
3 Valley Star $5 20
.. Second Double: $331.2$ 7
' - j
EIGHTH RACE
1 Takeaway $26.60, 27.40, 92b
2 Chepanita $4.80, 4.40. .'
3 Genlzarlto 7.40.
Qoiniela: $28.40.
NINTH RACE
I Encachada 820.80. 7 JO. 3.00.
2Iguazii $8.00, 4.80,
3-uenlzarito $3.00. :
. One-Two $293.40.
" TENTH RACE
t Polemdn 89.80. 420. 4.40.
2 Rosier $2.60, 3J0L.
3 Mossadeq $2.80.
' ELEVENTH RACE
1 Gnarare$2.80. 2.80:"

I Lady Dancer $15.60.

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SUNDAY, MAT 20, 19Sg

THE SUNDAY AMERICA!
rAGEKINJ
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;;-;i;:JOE;:l:LLlMS:;:S

flow-Billy Xoes cs to Baltimore may depend en whether he
likes Orioles, Baseball savant Insist the young .Long Island right
handet'i got everything,. including an absorbing variety of fixa-

Hons,

nuM Uniki v. fH ,, r mi Y,frM' Wp'i VioH inm arm

this spring and maybe that was a factor. "You sure It Int a sore
head?" asked one ot the Orioles when the deal was announced
Monday. Doubly, sure. There never was any thing, wrong with the
Greek's head; it was his thinking. .. or was it?; j ",
lees came in for a lot of haughty hooting when- he aald he
didn't want to win 20 games, but who can say his reasoning was
not- sound? y ;.y. -. y, r, ,7; .r ; :;..;,: :
'when you win 20 they expect you to keep on doing it
'While other pitchers took dead aim at 20, and the stickouts
harbored dreamy hopes oX 30, Loes set his maximum at 15 -y
"They'll know I could have-won 20 If I'd wanted to," he ex explained.
plained. explained. And he must have been right, because everybody agreed
he had the equipment to do it. -- - .My '
- That fact remains, however, Loes never even made 15. m "53
hi "just missed, with 14 and ..-He tu Hand 8 In '52, n
ERA of 2.70, his best season. V

' II tne sore arm uu i cmuun;, au nv... --ret
ret --ret some solid help out of the six footer, who has.-, or did have
'..one bf-the best curve balls you ever saw. The keeper of the
Orioles has played-wet nurse to more than one bruised psychle
ta the past'And, of course. Johns Hopkins Isn't very far from
toe tSSvfSSSi dull than' a world madeup of people
who look, act and think alike, and the conventional disposition to
regard a Billy Loes, or, a Needles, as peculiar Is less an assertion
of superiority than a confession of stupidity. ;

Mo Stupe, He.

Needless also' takes a dim view of muscular excesses. He won't
run In morning workouts. At the Derby If you asked an attendant
where the "crazy horse" was stabled he promptly directed you to
barnNeedles1s crazy 'like a ."horse. All he does Is eat, aleep.' and
win. He's" got something Inside Mm the others lack. Heart, pride,
.AintiAM inUncrlblea that nav.off best under fire. r?:":).

'" This analogy isn't quiU perfect. Needles has proved hirnscir.
Loes hasnt. If you have the equipment and refuse to flut tt to
effective use, you let everybody down.... but mostly yourselr... t
loes Is reminiscent of John Broaca. who eame to the Yanks
via the Yale campus. Pocketing a sizable cash bonus, he turned
to scout Paul Krlchell and said: .,',,"-
''Remember, if I, make good, I'm a holdout."
' This made Krlchell realize the, Yanks were getting a unique
personality. Broaca had a theory... a verieMy tofte
seemed to me. . that there are only so many pitches, in the ( human
arm, and the fewer a pitcher throws the longer he will last.
Broaca cut his warm-up nltches'to a dozen or so; and would

never uiruw in wic uunpo...
'You don't win ball games in the bullpen," he said. A statement
that still remains unchallenged. -
still., there must have been a weakness either in Broaca s
iu..n m m and h u throUEh. ;

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Head Workers:"-

J i You can't fit people use is ana roac um ,.

Flint Rhems'.who were pecuUar pnl U tbe .senseJat. theyJiaa
h0llLoe is' a ihlnker.' So wasVBrcca. You. never can teU what
thinking may lead to. You don't suppose ready-mix pie crust Just
happened do you? Ebbets Field seems to stimulate thinking. There
was Rex Barney. Wild, yet still formidable enough to pitch a no-
. He got & thinking why : he couldn't get the ball over, pres presently
ently presently decided the problem was tjopesless, said the hell with It, and
And italph BranW-wike up in toe middle of thenight
AutwStf&'bai he pitched to Bobby Thomson that cost
the Brooks a chamolonshlp. Branca quit, too. It was the only way
he could get any sleep. '.,., i ;

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CRAP TABUS
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SLOT MACHINES
BAR SERVICE
Alt-Cra4iUmc4 Balm

CaaiM wUI k
tanwrnr.

0!:ei Fcrd v.i Dciiaa Rc:il Oiler
0ri;;!.:3 Pcrf:rn:nces ; h "RAIISOM"
On Vcfmsty Al Th3 DELIA VISTA

Y HARRY GRAYSOH-
"V.-M HIA Sjwrti fiitw '
NEW YORK -i (NEAV-it didn't

take Freddie Hutchinson long to

demonstrate, that baieball people
were Tight v ',' -- ":
The- Cardinals of 1955 were the
best seventh place club they ever
saw. --;:

WhaVs the erincipsl difference

between the dispirited aggregation
that couldn't: wait for list-season
to end and the -supercharged

outfit Which roared into Brooklyn

without having lost a series since
it kicked off the spring exhibition
schedule with the Yankees in St
Petersburg, March 10? t

"The maturing of our' second.

third and fourth-year men," says

the modest, Hutchinson, but that

isn't what the older heads say..

"Hutch .peats the players like
adults,", explains the Old X e d

Bird.-' f--"x,-- ;-'-f

"He gave the players their

wy testifies Coach V Terry
Moore.- "He handles the players

likeprofes5ionls, let's them think
for .themselves, hit and juqk steal

etc., on -their own.. n ..

"For the first time in five

years, this clubs is relaxed' tn

and oft the field. Mistakes -in

corrected without the entire

dogout and dressing room being
upset. The players are told quiet quietly,
ly, quietly, but .firmly."

Moere, th ene-tlmt peerless

center fielder, recalls Eddie
Stanky wanting the blokes in the
red blaters under his fingers.
Muggsy, mimicking Leo Duro.
cher, over-managed. Pitchers
pitched with one eye on the dug dugout,
out, dugout, etc. The damage was irre

mediable when Harry Walker suc

ceeded' Stanky rather early -last
trip. It called for a new. deal .all.
round. . : V w, :, -;-.

The St. Louis club nas prac practical
tical practical baseball man,- Frank Lane,
at its head for the first time

since the late Sam Breadon sold

the franchise to Fred Saigh..
"The club is well balanced."

stresses Manager Hutchinson. "It

has a Dencn.".., ... ; :

' Young Don Blasingame, the
most valuable recruit in the A-

merican Association in 1955, csme
along to supplant Alex Grammas

at shortstop ; and give the Cardi

nals i more Verve and speed.

"The' club hadn't got anywhere
with 6rammas at shortstop," rea.

sons Hutch. ''Bianngsme is al
ways in there digging."-

J The Cardinals are no longer

suckers for left-hand pitching. Ken

Boyer has developed, into the big
rieht-hand hitter the rolub tc-

quiered. Kip Repulski gets- need needed
ed needed encouragement batting b e'

hind Red Schoendienst, Stan Mu-

sial and Boyer,;,;: -f-:.
Harvey Haddix was supposed to

be the key Cardinal who went to
the Phillies in the. v deal t h at
brought Murry Dickson and Her

man Wehmeier.; : .r
, "HaddlX wasn't doing anything
for us and if we waited much
longer we couldn't get as much
for him." elucidates Hutch.

"That's one reason we made the

deaL;. -Ti-' ;T A

"Another is that we have to
have right-hand pitching to head

off the Dodgers ana uraves."
Someone remarked that Her Herman
man Herman the German Wehmeier's life

time record against the Cardinals
was 0 and 14, added that .this

should help.

"And "he's beaten the Dodgers
15 times,'1 countered H u t e h.
"That also should help. Dickson
lost: no time lending us a hand."
. -, ?
If the Cardinals don't continue

to mnui : tt: wont DB DM-IU.1I

Frank Lane and Freddie Hutch-

uisoa sit still. -

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BHS Basketeers Whip ::;

Fighting J.G.

Third Straight Time

Squsd

QUICK DELIVERY This is how Don Ferrarese struck out 21 Indikns and Yankees nd held
th" American league champions hitless for eight innings in his ftrst two major leagu starts -;
Th Baltimore recruit is the fastest pitcher and has best curve top contenders hav aeen: -1

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Shouldn't the Commissioner's of.

fice investigate how Baltimore
rookie hurler Fred Besana was
bilked out of a cut of the purchase
orice. as stipulated In hit contract

when Oakland sold him last year

to the Orioles? ... Oaks got a

round it by claiming he went to
the majors, on a straight player

trade.. w

Of alt v hit achievements: m

baseball, Cincinnati manager Bir Birdie
die Birdie Tebberts is preudett, W the
fact that "Jee McCarthy' let me
catch nine Innings m an All-Star
Came W)" ..
Efforts of the Yankee brain gang
to convert ; Bob Turley from a

thrower, to a pitcher the subject

of angulation around tne Amen

can Leaaue.. . "Let .'im T throw

his natural style,' says Harry
Brecheefl, who was his pitching
coach in Baltimore. -. Turley's
f.kinor hit off his fast ball, ex-

plainingr "1 -want them to.hit the
hall. The other way they : never

touched it, but I bad to work
twice as hsrd." ...At least, that's
what the man said.,.." -1 -
Yegl Berrs's ielng eenservs eenservs-five
five eenservs-five with his new emergence as

a man ef mum wumn
drinks, lee cream, bewllnf ,- aU
lay a) M he's the only Yankee
te weare plastle helmet
tmg praetlcer against left gand ganders
ers ganders enly, theugh... ; ?v-
Ana W iiie biieest oroblems con

fronting the young rookie in base

ball, contends Paul Kicnarus,;, is

hit hinmni' la mm uci hc

"-rr ( .

miVu Bnod...:. "11 S SSKini a n

for a1 kid to remaw levei-neaoeu

under the barrage or newspaper

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Glenn Ford and Donna Reed ire the stars of "RANSOM"
which comes to the Bella. Vista Theatre on Wednesday,
heralded as one of the most gripping stories ever filmed
by mgm. .-;,::,;,;-.-; .,- v,;'
Olenn Ford, who -recently t scored In the' 'successful
"TRIAL'" plays an even more dramatic role In ''RANSOM"
as the young father whose son Is kidnapped and who re refuses
fuses refuses to meet the ransom demands of the kidnapper despite
terrifying pressure upon the part of bis-family and the
anger and contempt of his neighbors and business asso associates.
ciates. associates. f-y'-
Donna Reed. Academv Award winner plays the "aneuish-

Aed wife, with prominent supporting roles Itfled by Leslie
aJrllicl.sen and Juano Hernandez. i- r-r
Don't miss this shocking drama which opens on Wednes

day at your Bella Vista Theatre.- V ..aovi.

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' Dill While

DISTANCE MAN- Th New
York Giants' were disconsolate
after losing four straight to the
Brooklyn Dodgers, but have a
new home run threat in First
JBasemsn BiU White.

GOES TO DODGERS Pitch
er sal Maglle has been sent to
the Brooklyn Dodgers, by the
Cleveland Indians, The veter

an right-hander was obtained

Ironv cieveiana ior wna ia
believed to be mor( than the
10-thousand-dollars waiver
price.

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Sports Briefs

television and. radio publicity the
minute he does something..,. Yot

never had to put up with anything

uke that in the days at udd and
Ruth,. . Now he gets $50 .'f o r
blinking an eyelash, $300 if be can
sign his name." ... i,

- Murry Dlcktan's real age Is JV
all right...-. Harry Brachaan, at
41, admits he's twa years elder,
end ha should know--he raamad
-wlttv Olckion far U years In the
Cardinal- arganliafiaiv;;.

Loo- Nova,' gladiator turned nap

rator. (of poetry), recalled how
close he csme to knocking out Joe
Louis with his touted eosmic punch

in. their nesvyweignt title iousl

"ft came within a whisker of clip

ping him flush on the chin," he
sished. "imagine, if it had land

ed I wouldn't be standing here to-!

night" -T i Where'd y o o be

Lou?' ... Nova: "Wrestling

Norfolk, Va... -;;i-:-:., k -,

' There's na pitcher fat baseball
with a batter understanding af affile
file affile prafasslen than Whltey Fard,
net generally mistaken tar the
serlewa type. ; .

- You couldn t ask for a more
mixed-up career than that of Dale
Long, finally setting down at first
for the Pirates. . only the inter.

cession of Long's mother repriev

ed him from plsying pro football
when the Green Bay Packers tried

to sign th big bruiser out of prep
school 13 y e a r s ago.. . She

wouldn't sign the minor's contract.

Couple of years later .Long
was discovered playing ,-sandlot

ball in Green Bay by a snooping
manager of the Milwaukee Brew Brewers,
ers, Brewers, one Casey Stengel.... Stengel

later let Long gat drafted out of

the Yankee-organization bv Pitts

burgh, where Branch Rickey tried

to make a left-handed catcher of

him.... -, v ,i;
Between yau'fl'me, It teak an
NCAA cracRdewit ft make Ohio
State's Weedv Haves papular. ..

they're sraty abewt him new Jn

Calumbua since- ha was .slai

dawn far landing meney ta his

players. i"

. LONDON, May' 19 (TJP)-Cu

ban welterweight Kid' Gavilan

flew to Beirut from London air

port today for a three-week hol

iday;. ; !'..:. X U

"I feel as thought could do

with a good rest now .but I shall
be back here soon he said.
Oavilan's next bout possibly
will be against Britain's Peter
Waterman or Wally Thorn, and
Jijly first has been suggested as
the possible date.
) TENNIS"
Americans had a big day yes

terday in the French Interna

tional Tennis Championships.
Four Callfornians Budge
Patty, Art Larasn, Herb Flam
and Bob. Perryreached the
fourth round. All won In straight
sets except Perry, Leading the
18 .survivors is top-seeded Lew
Hoad of Australia.
American women reaching
the third round were Althea
Oibion, Darlene Hard and Mrs.
Dorothy Head Knodft Only
American to lose was Mrs. Bar Barbara.
bara. Barbara. Scofield Davidson, who

bowed In .three aetg to Hoad

wife,

Tha Montreal Canadians have

sent center Ken Mosdell ; and
deftnseman Bud MacPherson to
Chicago In a National Hockey

deal... Former Maryland end

John Alderton has signed with

caigary of th Canadian Foot Foot-bail
bail Foot-bail toague: -... ---; -a;' s.

Balboa

Reece
Magee
Ebbs
Reyes

Klrchmler

PeranVe

Angstadt

Morris ;,
Barbara
Totals

Playing their last home game

of the season, and certainly one

of the best games of the year,

the Balboa Bulldogs whipped

the Junior" College 74-61 for the
third straight tune.
In the first quarter the high

schoolers hit 8 times in 19 at

tempt tpr t' hot 42 per cent.

while the coliegenwn hit S for

11 for 27 per. cent.. This quarter
pretty: well spelled the differ difference
ence difference in the game, for in the re remaining
maining remaining three ; quarters the
scoring was very even.
The game was not a half mln mln-iU
iU mln-iU nid when Reve and peran-

tla Mt ,,mMslva hasKetS to nuiiovik

their teammates out In front forlSutherland

the evening. Early in the 2nd
and 3rd quarters Balboa built vp
14 point leads, but the Junior
Colleee oulntet refused to crack.

In the last two minutes of the
Srd quarter, College scored Itve
straight baskets to cut the High
School lead to 4 points. How How-ever,
ever, How-ever, in the last 27 seconds Jon
Ebbs scored two quick baskets
for the Bulldogs to give them a
47-39 third suarter lead.-?
The final quarter was a high

scoring one with. BHS scoring 27
points against 22 for the Col College.
lege. College. Jim Reece was hot in this
quarter with four baskets while
Bob Fogel and jack. Corrigan
countered with three baskets
each. Halfway through this
quarter the Bulldogs got out In
front by 13 points and that was
the way.it finished up. v
"Leading' the valiant College
Five were Jack Corrlgan and

Ramon Quezada with 18 -points
apiece. 1 r
Jim Reece and," Ramon Reyes
led their teammate s with 18 and
17 points respectively, ably as assisted
sisted assisted by Jack perantle, Don

Wl'nklosky and, Owen OSu1her;
land. ;. rjr-.i'tJ'-'
Tuesday night th Balbj s"
High School team goes' JtcK Mar Margarita
garita Margarita for their- flnal'tm
the season against the rristoj
bal High School Tigers
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Corrlgan'
Quezada
Rlgby ..
Blackall
Wood v;
Schmidt

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Junior CUtgdpi

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ACADIMIC ATHUITI

EAST LANSING. Mich. (NEA)

Earl Morrall was named the

1956 winner of the Chester L.
Brewer award for-combined aca

demic and athletic excellence at
Michigan State. He is the Spar Spar-tin
tin Spar-tin AII.Ameriea auarterhack and

" star shortstop.

Mazier your Gam$:..No. 27
Double Checic Your Aim

By iACKIE BURKE
- Matter at tha Masters -Writtan
far NIA Service
Striving for accuracy with the

driver, double check your, aim off
the tee.

Many tees- sre built in a direc

tion not parallel with the fairway,
and most golfers align themselves
to the fairway however the 1 e
points them. j ; .

tnecK to mate sure tne tee is

not on a bias with the fsirwsy.

A tee constructed just a foot or

two off line would be, in terms of

that part of the fairway you want

the ban to land on, as much as

30 yards off line.,

. On par 3 holes, always tee up
the ball. This giv it a firm foun

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, Stick the lee well into the

ground, about the1 height you

would like the ball lying on the

turf. --. 1

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is high, not the person who hit a
long one now and then b u 1
spends -most of the time in the

rough in a never-ending attempt
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you are playing percentage

the tee shot.
The woods are scoring imple implements
ments implements as well as long-range artillery.;-
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rtic CTrtOY. LCrknol Unrricnn nn Americnn cauaht seemed to fade away. Suddenly

mi
tkjfiGermdn invasion of Greece, pays Julius Chesney

ree million drachmas to get him out of the countryln

ine meunume wiau njuunmvi,
I aieht who has befriended Morrison, confesses to under-

ground leaders that iter actions nave ooruerea n ircuui ircuui-e.
e. ircuui-e. Lisa then goes to on adjoining room to await her fate.

XXX

Ben Master-ton sat aft on the

deck near Mike, his back against

na;ilt fact the rail.

rior trim She wr n ouUiied mud The Australian bull fancied him him-fZ
fZ him-fZ Mik?woidered if ahe'self concert singer. He began to

...nitrthll

The cabin held four bunks and
a galley. Mike stretched out and
could see up the ladder topside.;
Miir heean to feel a certain

Wuritv. So- far Julius Chesney

had delivered. Somehow, Chesney
Vnom hu true identity and be

knew of the Sterjsiou. list. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps he was overdramatizing his

32 SsVrV close to Mike

would nave orougnt vucsucj
times the passage, money. JIiJm
also felt an instinctive trust in the
iUent skipper, Antonis." ' -At
the docK gates .of. Piraeus
there had not tieen. so much as a
raked evebrow .from the guards

whpn Mike had passed through

sine softlv. He sang his way

through all of the old numbers of
the baritone repertoire with most
of the time-worn hammed up gest gestures
ures gestures of a baritone. Mis left hand
caressed his beard and his right
arm swept the air.
. Mike liked Masterton. Earlier
the Australian had told him of his
four previous .attempts to escape.

"Hey, unoen," aiasierion twnis-

it became louder and louder.

"I say let's "get underway!"
Masterton roared with the sweat
pouring down his lace.

, The boat was coming close

now. They could, see its outline

about 400 yards to the starboard

swe. ; y

Yichiel and Elpis scrambled
topside, bug-eyed in terror. The
girl buried her head in the boy's

chest.
A siren shrieked.

A flash of light streaked across

the w ter. it settled on the Arka

dia and caught the five of them

in its beam. The motor roared in

louder.

"Arkadia!" a voice boomed in
the darkness, "Stand by to be
boarded 1"

DEATH CAME OUT OF THE SKY

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STRUCK BY ROCKET LOADED JET Flames leap "from the blazing ruins of Villa St.
Louis near Ottawa, Canada, after an- RCAF jet plane crashed into the rest home for nuns.

JL

A SEMICIRCLE of German sold

iers at fixed bayonets waited oni oni-the
the oni-the dock as the patrol boat eased
in. Mike was stupefied with fear, j
A. wave of nausea swept through t-

Yes?" ' mm as ne set iooi on me pier; ne

"Look. I don't make it a habit closed his eyes dizzily, Ben s
of drinkin' with New Zeajanders, strong hand gripped bis shoulder. t ;
but I like the cut of you." B e n A caged truck drove up. The five
pulled a bottle from his jacket were thrown in. A convoy of arm-K
The level of the bottle moved ed cars escorted the truck. Sirens
downward quickly. J cleared a path and the convoy

Ben scratched pis neaa, looKea spea irom me uocu unu uw mu-

when Mihe bta- passea fa t 4 d fli d it way toward Athens . ,
l-vtl1 Snowed. Fool-fool! .Madness to do busi-(

Chesney withlmdwmg his business.

In a nau nour, auiuui -turned
to the boat -"with two men
and a. girl. r

In the cahin,. a ouii ui "'.
an Australian named Ben. Mas-terton,-
introduced-himself. The
other man was a sallow-faced lad
ot about 20, a PalesUman named
Yichiel, At Yichiel's side stood a
frightened girl, hr wife,. Elpis,
who said she w gpma to join the
free Greek forces m Egypt.
. MiV was ading to protest to

Antonis about the extra passage;

money. He had been bilked, mil
he decided to do nothing. He was

i'" ttum Antonis to talk to, during the
V VThlGreek police went through
the moUons of an inspection, stamp stamp-l
l stamp-l ed the clearance papers and the
Arkadia chugged away from the
, I dock. Chesney had apparenUy l-
ed their palms well. Mike became
- i uneasy about the slickness of the
operation. It just couldnt be this
easy, he thought. ;
i Th spa air was Chilly. .

." J fv.i virhipl and his bride.

bettern' to drink With a Kiwi..'..", ness wim juiius Lnesneyi r
I - E.pis sobbed m the arms of her;

SUDDENLY Antonis toolc h 1 s sauow-iacea raiesunian, xicniei.
foot from the rail and stood tense,' But Antonio- showed no- anxiety,
as if listening. Mike poked Ben in He puffed his pipe complacently

thp ih. and the v both stared ; and stared through the barred

hard.

The distant sound of. a motor
reached their ears.

Mike and Ben stumbled to their

door at the rear of the truck.

The convoy arrived at the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Athens.

"Where will that- take us?"

feet and went fore beside Antonis.

"Let's get moving.'! .Masterton

said.
ShSA still," Antonis ordered.
"They may turn away.",
Mike felt his guts turn over. A

minute passed, and the

Mike whispered hoarsely.

said.
matey,

"Averof Prison," Ben

"Get a hold on yourself,
they're all bluff

The five captives were taken to

a room with walls and iioors of.

stone. Arrayed about them were

motor 'two dozen brown shirted Nazis

armed with pistols and clubs.- r

J-1

Went to the cahin ana

ClThe Arkidia .clared the harbor
area. Antonis stopped the engine
,nd dropped anchor "We stay till
dawn. German orders. British

mbmarines. It we move, .!
boat will stop us.", '
Yichiel and Elpis slept locked
to each other's arms in the cabin
aelow. Antonis stood at the raU,
lookihg from water to sky.

TODAY

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Savage Murder Rips
Quiet Of Algerians
ALGIERS, May 19 (UP) Ter Terrorists
rorists Terrorists savagely murdered three
F.urnneanx todav as a French mil

itary- court sentenced three of
thpir pnmrades to death.

huddled. At Dridielli. 40 miles east of

Bougie on the coast, rebels am ambushed
bushed ambushed a car in which. f armer
Jean Blanc was driving into town
from Duquesne. With him was' his
ictor and two Soldiers.

They hacked mane to- pieces,
savagely murdered his sister and
settled with the two soldiers, one

was killed outright, but the other
was still living when security forc forces
es forces found the car, and although
eravelv wounded is expected to

live. i .-

Here In Algiers the permanent
miliUry tribunal passed the death
sentence on three Arab terrorists
for murder and armed rebellion.
. Meanwhile French troops moved
in on an encircling movement to
oHminat more than 100 rebels

triDoed some 20 mtlees west of

Reibel in the Djebels.

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NEXT WEEK)

' (NEA Telephoto)
INSPECTION AT SITE OF TRAGEDY An R CAF oflcer, inspecting the site of the crash of
an : RCAF et "plane into a rest home' for nuns near Ottawa, Canada, stands near some of thet
ruins -which form a cross. A priest, a cook, the two inen aboard the plane, and 11 nuns

were killed. . ; "',.,

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Monaco Did Fine
For 5 Years BC
(Before Grace) ;
NEW YORK. May 19 (UP)

Monaco's New York Consul Gen General
eral General today denied reports t h a t
Prince Bainier's marriage to ac actress
tress actress Grace- Kelly is expected to
pull the gambling resort out of
the financial doldrums.

Marcel Palmaro said on his
return from last month's Monte
Carlo wedding that the1 Riviera
principality is, in fact, quite sol

vent.

I Monaco has, had a balanced

(budget for the last five years, he
l said, and has chalked up surpluses

of l million dollars a year.

. Palmaro said Maimer's mar
riage to Miss Kelly would be good
for tbe country's economy. He

said even more tourists will pour

into Monaco now,

it

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t (NEA Telephoto)
VIEW SCENE OF DEATH Mother St. "Paul (center), Mother'
Superior of the Order of the Grey Cross, and members ot her
staff walk through the grounds of the Villa St. Louis near
Ottawa, Canada, after arriving to inspect the scene ot the
tragedy.

BIG BANG

Rita llayYorlh Sues
Orson Velles Today

Long; Douglas Go

JTo Barkley: Posts

WASHINGTON,, May 19 (UP)

bens. fui H. Douglas (D.II1) and
Russell B. Long (D-La.) were eiv-

e i i i i 1 AtlYnTt ttio rm n.t.T. t

luiiuci iiusuunu, hlhui u r u it hduau : uaa mi. lwuraiNL,!!.!.' veslertlav In f vnranrips rreat.

Welles, for $22,450 he allegedlyniwetok. May 19 (UP) Amed by the death of Sen. Alben W

Barkley (D-Ky.).'
Douglas gave Up his labor com-

mittpA spat, in on nn, thn finlmA

Officialsof operation redwing an-, committee, which handles tax, so-

NEW YORK, May 19 (UP)

Film star Rita Hay worth has-au

thoriZed her attorney to sue her,

H-drop Observer
Presumed Dead v

,7: Alter Parachuting

Grinning Harry likes Rome, But;
Talks Freely at Press Confabs

ROME, May 19 (UP) 1 For

mer President Harry S. Truman
said today Rome is all right to

visit out independence. Mis

souri; is "a better place for an
old man like me to live."

Mr. Truman made his first

visit to Italian monuments with

Editor Henry Luce as his guide.

tit inspected tne Colosseum, tne

Roman Forum, Capitol Hill and

uie rantneon.in a last one-

hour tour.

Mr. Truman carried a cane but

walked briskly beside his wife.
He sprained his ankle shortly
before leaving the United States.

bcores 01 American tourists

cheered him, He smiled obliging

ly ior meir cameras.

How do you like Rome?"

reporter asked. y

It's' the most beautiful r.it.v

.to visit," he said, "but Inde

pendence Is a better place for an

uia man use me to live.''

On the CapitoL in front of the

equestrian statue of Marcus Au-

rellus, a newsman suggested

that Truman turn to face the
scores of photographers follow following
ing following Jiinx

"I'm hot here to nlens. thp

pnotograpners grinned the 72-year-old
former president. )

lm kdi It Hi thit" 4mn4

i Mr.; and Mrs. Truman.' were

given a boisterous reception at
the railroad station when thev

arrived in Rome from Pari An

meir JSuroDean vacation PoIIcp

naa a auiicult time clearing a
path through a crowd of some

auo persons -who shouted "We

want, Harry" and "Viva Tru

man!"

Renewed Cut Efforts

On Ike Foreign Aid

Program Is Promised

WASHINGTON. Mav 19 ftlPV-

Members of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee today made
clear that their failure so far to

make deep cuts n the administr

uon s toreign aid- program is

merely "a stay of execution."
1 i i

! President Eisenhower's $4.9 bil-

uon joreign aia program yester yesterday
day yesterday escaped repeated attempts by
committee members to cut it. The

committee then put off further ac
Uon on the bill until Tuesday.

Committee members 'planned
new attempts to cut the bill next
week when they may be more sue.
cessfuU Ten of the 32 committee
members1 were absent yesterday

ourmg tne .voting.

1

- v (NEA Telephoto)
AIR SEARCH OF RUINS A helicopter hovers over the ruins
of Villa St. Louis near Ottawa, Canada, after the convalescent
home tot nuns was rammed by a jet -plane. The helicopter
- -' was jised to spot victims in the wreckage. -

All of the defeated "tuts were

aimed at the $3 billion allocated

in the bill for military aid includ

ing "advanced weapons for U.S.
allies around the world. The ad

ministration has asked for1 a $2.2

billion increase over last year's'

appropriations to maintain the

backlog of military aid orders.

The house committee also made
a surprise reversal of an -earlier
action by knocking out' of the bill
a proviso to refuse any, aid to, any

country that ships "strategic" ma

terials to the Iron Curtain bloc.

The restriction was .adopted
Thursday on a motion : by .Rep.

Edna F. Kelly (D-Y.Y.) after re

ports were published that Great

The' former President said it

was "the biggest reception sine
I returned to Washington after
the election In 1948.'. v

Mr. Truman held a news cdn cdn-ference
ference cdn-ference less than an hour aftr

his arrival here. - w

. Aiktd wkcthar ha still ftveraa
U.S. diplomatic raprtMitratioa. at
tht Vatieaa. ha 'uM.VYea, ia ia-Jtaa."
Jtaa." ia-Jtaa." "1 always favored It," he said.
Tm a eood Baritist. hut. t think

It would help the peace of the

woria. 1

Mr. Truman ia schedule In

confer, with Pope Pius XII on,

ounaay. Arrangements for the

audience were being made by
BishOD Martin J. O'finnnnr A

Scranton, pa., rector of thePon
tifical North American College. j

y vuimur was on nana to greet
the Tmmans.

As President. Mr. Truman

pointed Gen, Mark W. Clark as
the first U.S. Ambassador to the

vaucan m Octbber, 1951, but
was forced to withdraw the ap- j
pointment in the ensuinr ud-

roar from religious and political

groups.
Asked If he would discuss that :T
incident with the Pope, Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman said he would discuss only ?
those matters which "his holi holiness
ness holiness wishes tp discuss.' t
' Ha taid Soriet Premier Nikalat
Bulganin and" Commaaist aarty
chiaf Nikita Khruskchcr would (
probably b wall Fcivd R they
visitad tba Unitad Statei.
"We are a -hospitable people
and we would give them a cor- V V-dial
dial V-dial reception as we would to S S-the
the S-the representatives of any pth-
er country,!' he said.;
Mr. Truman brushed "aside
most 'questions dealing with A A-merican
merican A-merican politics. He ,- said he
would support the candidate of 1
the Democratic party in the
comlnjr presidential election but
said he will not support any
candidate before he is nominat-

ea. ; t .;." 't i

He said he and Mrs. Truman v

are eager to 'see Florence and
Venice.- i;

"I was Informed bv my daueh-

er that the stteets in Venice are-

uooaea, and I want to see this
for myself," hi grinned. ... ;
' .A"''("'J' Vh' '"J ,-:',;-l':'
Soviet Churchmen 0
Acriveln US:r : 1

For Month's Tour
. NEW YORK May 19 (UP)
The first delegation of Soviet
churchmen to be allowed td leave
Russia for visit -to the United
States arrived here today foe a
month-long transcontinental tour. 5
' The group,, made up of five -leaders
of the Russian Baptist
Church,-will attend meetings 1 of
the Baptist World Alliance' in
Washington, D. C, the' Southern v
Baptist convention i in Kansas
City, Mo., and. the American Ban
list convention in Seattle, Wash.

A second group of Soviet'
churchmen is. due to arrive June
2 as guests of the National Coun Council
cil Council of churches.
Nine Russian church leaders
will pay a visit to nine Protestant

(churchmen who visited R u s s 1 a

earlier this year. i
The Baptist churchmen are re.
turning a visit of four Baptist
ministers to Moscow last August.

They will : be the guests of 16

Britain planned to increase 4 its million American Baptists in 11

trade with Communist China. : ,U. S. cities.
t ,' 1 '

owes for support of their daughter Air Force research officer : has
Rebecca, 12, it was learned today.! apparently become the first vic-
The attorney, Bartley Crum'll !t.h?-Jlreien! "udear l,ests 8t

said no court action would be tak-u'c.t-,,u";t """ P run?s
vi... ih-.o .,iw Ofncials-of operation redwin

with Welles' attorney." Crura said i??uned yesterday that Capt. Paullcial security and tariff legislation

Miss Hayworth signed the autnor-rr--
ization documents for a legal suit'Air Force special weapons center,

earlier this week while she was in'"""""" tww,",, iu

r.vnv'vk n v jitpL a'fciff'New York en route to a film loca--uer(lue' N: M.- WM missing and

,boom jo ted residents of Geneva t .

out of tneir oeds earL one morn- '"tV11 :,
ing. Police found that pranksters Hollywood with his present wife,

had fired a Civil War cannon ra a,"" iww iuiu

soldiers' section at a local ceme

llasser Says Igy pj
Free To Day Anns

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, May. 19
(UP) Egyptian Premier Gamal
Abdel Nasser said today Egypt is
free to obtainvarms "at any time
and in any quantity." He warned
freedom would be considered "an
aggressive act by enemies."
. iVWe now have a strong army
to defend our fatherland," Nasser

T ,.,f ,;, :(.: "m; 8 in a spcecn ai me jMavai .a .a-Long
Long .a-Long left his interior committeeip,rt.mu ur ..Wa : AofoAeA

seat to go on the foreign relations,' A 'h -M-r ,A

committee.

tery, Wadded paper lay as much TUrfiA HlKhands
as 150 feet from the cannon's! Urce limuuilUd,

mouth.

AMERICA'S OWN MUSICAU

i

Dolls

0YS AND

rW,

00 (1

Mhh

in Color and CINEMASCOPE

presumed dead,

Crumley vanished after 'para 'parachuting
chuting 'parachuting from a disabled twin-jetl

Royal Romance

Matin B47 bomber at 20,000 feetlriffl Ci fft
over the Pacific Friday morning.' r 1 1 3wZ I016

Now First Love

NAPLES, Italy, May 19 (UP)-'

A twice married ballerina said to today
day today her intended third husband is
"probably my first love."
"My first marriage helped me
get out of Russia and the second

i helped me in my artistic career,"
! commented1 Russian-born Violetta
Elvin, 28, a leading dnacer with
Sadler's Wells Bailet Company for
the last 10 years.
Miss Elvin and British architect
I Harold Elvin were married 'in

Moscow in 1943. They were divorc

ed in 1952 and the following year
she was married to American im impresario
presario impresario Sicebcrt Weinberger.

She said no date has been set big shot spoke for all After

i or ner mira marriage to iiauan
lawyer Fernando Savarese, mem member
ber member of a wealthy family of Naples

shipowners.

The pilot of the plane. CaDt

James E. Hall, 29, of Blytheville,
AFB, Ark., also parachuted but
was rescued unharmed.!
Task' force officials "permitted

newsmen to release word of the
incident after a 30-hour sea and
air search failed to find Crumley.
The two men were assigned to
fly through the radioactive cloud

the blood of .our children".

In a reference to the recent

Big Three Paris talks of U. S,

Secretary of State John. Foster

Dulles and the British and' French

foreign ministers, Nasser said:

Nn' thi-OA t-9ta mM1in0 in

LONDON, May 19 (UP) -Court paris can decide what should be
circles moved swiftly yesterday to' done in Egypt. The time for !ord !ord-nip
nip !ord-nip reports of another "royal ro.ers (rom outside) has gone for

mance.

gool,"

A report in the Brussels news newspaper
paper newspaper Hct Volk said that' King

Baudouin of Belgium would mar-j
nit Ddiiinnrr llnvinrlra 1Q iiAn a14

i j i i nit iaa nii Auuui a, jta mj cui -vtii

of the hydrofjen bomb airdrop daughter of the Duchess of Kent.

wolco was scheduled for e a r 1 y. U saul tney were enajjed.

i uc ajuiiuuii Many ui ii i ut icsjuii-

Friday, but postponed 51- jtiinutes

Detore tne blast.
The test has been tentatively
rescheduled .for tomorrow morn-

inir a ft a aAnf inita4 nA niaolhnr

scrubbed any possibility of hold-! Buckingham Palace refused to

ing it today but even tomorrow s comment. ,-
date doesn't look too good. I It marked (he second time in

Hitcher Is Shook
In Grinding Ride

NEW YORK, May 19 (UP) A

ed it was informed officially byilO-year.old Harlem hitchhiker got

Kensington 1'alace, the, Princess i swept, up witn the trasn yester yester-home
home yester-home in London, tliere was no day.

truth in the reDort. : .-

- Willie Adams hopped a ride on
the back of a city street sweeping
machine. He wound up inside the

One disgusted reporter from the, two days that court circles issued 'sweeper: It took police, emergen-

15 U. S. newsmen waiting for the'such a 'blitz" denial of reported! cy rescue units and a ZD ion

the: romances.-Wednesday," Queen EliJwrccking machine to release him.

ninth postponement was called, zabcth authorized a denial of anv iifty minutes, after he was trap

"Anvone who takes this rheer-i romance between Princess Marga iped, Willie was a:, free agent a

fully," he said, "schould be ex ret and Prince Christian of Han gain. He tearfully vowed he would

peiiea "rrora me"tasK lorce. nover," ---v.-mw.-- tWK to waiKing nereauer

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