The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. F SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1958,

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Local-rate Credit Union4
Assets Exceed $335,000

J Assets totaling over $335,000 are listed for the five
Federal Credit Unions formed by local-rate employes' of
the Panama Canal organization, -according to a report
Issued following the annual examination of their accounts
by examiners of, the Federal Credit Unions this month,
The five Credit Unions, with headquarters in Balboa,
Paraiso, Gamboa, Gatun, and Cristobal, now have over
4000 members who hold shares, or savings of more than

' t i tt five credit
Unions formed by Canal em-
t..,.-, u-e rv. two Federal
"Credit Unions operated by em-
ployes of the Armed Forces In
the Canal Zone. These two now
have A membership ot 1500 and
' over $240,000 in, savings, v
The report on the financial
standing of the Zone credit un un-Ions
Ions un-Ions was made by Harold B.
Wright, associate regional rep representative
resentative representative of the Federal Credit
Unions In Atlanta, Ga. His re--,
port was based on the findings
-of Harry O. Bennett, of Miami,
, and Alfredo canlno, of Puerto
Surgeons Use
Shock To Stop
Girl s Heart
KZW YORK, May 26-OT--Surgeons
have successfully stop stopped
ped stopped the heart of an n-ye
girl with low voltage electric
!wk to r'eDalr a hole In one of
th orean's inner walls.
'-.The medical milestone was
JCteved by a surgical team Jwm
t-e State universe a ""s-
Medicine, in a .reeens
on Mlcheie i-auer ui 17.
Wirinirs county Hospiww,

iV7evealed yesterday.

.delicate operaUon was
. v thieved,; with the low voltage

U ..i'hocr.
Th r,olleffft said that the op
eratlon was Peed by a
... : meludlnsr Dr. Clarence

- Dennis, professor of Surgery,
nd Dr. Adrian Kantrowlts, as as-'xirnfwKor
'xirnfwKor as-'xirnfwKor of Surgery.

The girl's chest was opened on
the operating table, and ner
neart was exposed, A hearUung
.n.v,tr.a, wav hooked into ner
circulatory system with tubes. A
low voltage electrical shock was

. applied to tne nean, ww or or-ped
ped or-ped and merely trembled.
. The heart machlnewas then
started and It pumped blood a a-round
round a-round th body, "washing, the
blood with oxygen by whirling
. it over a special screen- drum..
The surgeons cut open the ven ventricles
tricles ventricles and sewed-
plastic over the hole In the girl'.

' heart.' ; v -- v
rh mirseons said It was nec
, essary to stop the beating to a-
void danger or ar Dewg uc
tntn the Wood svstem. Such air
fcnhhiM ran destrov the brain.
Michele's defect was in the
' nartltion between the lower
; 'ohimhm nf the heart 'the ven

tricles which pump blood to the
' rest of the body and to the
lungs where it is washed with
. 'Oxygen.
- The surgical team started the
girl's Jieart again with' a high
. voltage electrical shock. When
the heart began to beat regplar--lv
th heart-lunar machine .was

. 'disconnected.

Cri!:n Cily (foscd
To Crilish S5i;::
: BANBURY, England. May 26
-(UPV-Thls little town famed
for its cakes and nursery rhyme
,became a center of controversy
"today when the British r army
banned 1,000 troops from it for
tlx months.
The official reason given was
because' of "incidents' with
American servicemen stationed
nearby. They involved only a
few of the troops. -The
order, Issued yesterday,
Ipplles to 1000 national service
men and 60 army girls.' The
western command ordered the
,ban after a resident wrote to
the war office.
The American soldiers, sta sta-lioned
lioned sta-lioned at nearby Upier Ileyford
tan sun go Into the town.
The British are at the Marl
. toroueh Farm Camn. six miles
from here.

I .. Wsnbury itself Is some 0

from London and "near.

( xfor

ford. It is a favorite tourin

ipot for both British and Amer- Including dog repellent and pro- of National Association f Let Let-ran
ran Let-ran tourists. An ancestral home tective trousers, iter Carriers, was asked to pre pre-tf
tf pre-tf George Washington, Sulgrave' Stressing the conciliatory n a- sent the point of view of the
Manor, is nearby,- ture of the forthcoming confer- bltees.
' - ' ' '
"'!v-' ,-,.5 .' -.!' '' ',"!( i ""' ',. .i ,"' '. .'-'"':; ':

Rico, examiners' who spent sev

eral days nere in April ana May
for. the annual examination of
accounts. '.
The local Federal Credit un
ions are under the Jurisdiction
of the regional headquarters In
Atlanta. Wrieht has made sev
eral trips to the Isthmus in con
nection wim xneir organization
and operations, r ';-
Because ol tne centering ei
the population in three princi principal
pal principal Latin American communi communities
ties communities consideration is being giv given
en given ; to the eonsol'dation of
some of the Credit Unions of
Canal employes.
' This la-a natural development
which has been' foreseen for
some time, Wright said, and the
change will work to the bene benefit
fit benefit of union members In all four
organizations involved..
The detailed financial report
ron the five credit unions of ca
nat emnloves showed tne -total
assets of the Cristobal union 10
be sliehtly over $133.000. ; witn
shares and savings owned by
members :. amounting ta over
$125,000. The unit In- Cristobal
is the largest of. the five m re
ported assets and savings.
Total assets reported for tne
other four units were as follows
Paraiso. $120,000: Balboa, $86,
000: Gamboa, $59,000; and Ga-
tun. $45,000. The report Ahowed
that the five unions have less
than half the potential Jnem
bershlp. ;
Mrs. Jane Maxwell Pritchard,
65-year-old widow of Detroft,
Mich, has been named the
American mother of 1956 by
the American Mother'! Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Mrs. Pritchard, who,
has bad only one child of bar
owiv estimates she has eared
for at least 75 foster children.
Living with her now are 17
girls, ranging in age from nine
to 24. Said the committee: "Her
whole life has been dedicated'
to service and love of helpless

Dog Psychologists May Save
Wear And Tear On Postmen

WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP)jei

The post Off ice today enlisted
a team of top canine consult
ants, including a dog psycholo psychologist,
gist, psychologist, to work out a policy of
peaceful co-existence between
mailmen and dogs.
Postmaster General Arthur E-
Summerfield announced he has
called "five nationally known
canine authorities" for a con
ference here June 5 to seek a
peaceful solution in the ancient
feud. -- .i :, "li
"The biting of mailmen by
dogs is a serious- problem,"
Summerf'eld growled. "Nearly
6,000 letter carriers were bit bitten
ten bitten last year and three-fourths
of tills number required inedt-
I cal treatment." v
I The move was viewed by
. eminent observers as a modifi-
r.itlnn of rorent Post of fir nol-
Earlier this month Summer-
field had warned that hi men
mieht use new wonder-weanons.1

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LIKE THIS MOMMY? little Catherine copies her mother, Mrs. Margaret Cipriani,' as she
takes a lesson in directing traffic at the Fort Clayton gate from PFC duardo Matos, 634th
MP Company, service.; Mrs. Cipriani, wife of Lt. Lawrence J, Cipriani, also of the 534th MP 1
Company, is learning traffic direction as a part o the' training.-program of the Distaff
Workers, Fort Clayton, Disaster Control. Jt disaster should strike, the Fort Clayton' Dis-.
taffexs, with such training, may be ejected to do a first class Job Of keeping it under con-
trOl. Sometime within the period May 2 to June 1 during daylight, duty hours through throughout
out throughout the Canal Zone all disaster control personnel will be mobilized in a surprise distaff oper operation.
ation. operation. i t (U.S. Army Photo)

Squandering Sweetie Swear Sugar's
Spending Sent Social Stock Soaring

LONDON. May 28 (UP) Pat
rick De La Poer HorsleyBeies-
tnrd. a nlavbov. who woraea
hard sDendlne money, admit tea
tnrinv that he hlew $114,000 Of
his American girl friend's for fortune,
tune, fortune, to. "equalize," their finan
cial positions. ; ;. .ii:;
He told a bankruptcy court
murh of the money he received
from Miss Miriam Morton oi
Philadelphia went for three xars
and three speedboats.
The 31-year-old : Englishman
refused to agree with bankrupt bankruptcy
cy bankruptcy receiver C. T, Newman that
the 22-year-old American girl
had "plenty of, pence but no
sense." -1
"I would not -say she was
silly," Horsley-Beresford said. (
i Newman recalled mat in a
previous bankruptcy hearing,
Horsley Beresford admitted
he had not worked for seven
years and had received $114,
000 from Miss Morton .while.
ence, Summerfield said he has
nothing personal against man's
best friend. L
But he said that "in addition
to the suffering, which i the
major concern, there were de
lays in the delivery of the malls
and needless expense' as a re
sult of dog bites. ;
"As a dog lover and owner
myself, I know that obedience
training of a pet is not enly
easy but also rewarding for
botfc the owner and the dog,"
Summerfield asserted. 1 s
The mediation team will be
made up of William E. Buckley,
New ? York," American Kennel
Club; George Foley, H Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, publisher of "Popular
Does'" magazine: C. R. Harbi
son; New York, dog psychologist;
wiiuam A. Rocaeieiier-jr. New
York, Society for the Prevention
of cruelty to Animals, v and
Kern -Wrieht. Denver.- Amerl-
ran Humane Rneletv.
William r. nohertv nresident


...r.S Viiiiillrfiliptfiifciiif
keeping!: mistress on .; tbt
The playboy said i he loved
Miss Morton and married her in
1953 at h Bve : him the
money, so hfr I could "equalize
their positions" by investing In
a business.'.-- :: "'.
They were divorced" ftr New
York last March. Miss Morton
dropped a claim for return of
the money, j ?':'.. 'i
r Horsley-Beresford admitted he
returned to his mistress and
has Mved with her. ever since.
He admitted the money he got
from the Philadelphia girl was
"squandered in a very short
time" in frivolous amusement
and Indulgence in extrava extravagance."
gance." extravagance." i .
. i i
But the tall, blonde man-a-
bout-town defended-, ownership
of three cars at one time, a
Rolls Rovce. a- Bentley and a
Jaguar, all purchased with. Miss
Morton s money, .-
You can't drive three cars at
once," Newman said, r
"I have more than three
suits but 1 cannot wear' them"
all at once," the playboy re retorted.'
torted.' retorted.' t : - v :
"Yoil bought a speed boat,
didn't -you,' a registrar inter
f,Three, T think,", Horsley-Ber
esford replied..
But he maintained that" Miss
Morton's money was not a loan
but rather a gift so, he could
match her social station.
The 'case was adjourned until
July, 13. -;V;V,"
Ice Box Safety .
Features Heard ;
p-A House subcommittee today
scheduled hearings next week
on development of safety de devices
vices devices for ice boxes. : y
-Chairman F. ErteJ Carlyle (D (D-NC.)
NC.) (D-NC.) said spokesmen for the Bu
reau of Standards and refriger
ator makers will testily Monday
and Tuesday on new methods
devised to save children from
suffecation in abandoned boxes
that open only from autslde. . j
He said several manufacturers
have installed such devices: on i
their 1956 models.

fifatii) iii ,tA nn? tinr-i i it t vt ft f
Taxpayers 89 M
Facelifting Costs
The House A p p ropriatlons
Committee today approved an
$88,900,000 legislative money bill
providing- lor record new con
struction on the white-domed
Capitol, building.
The bill included 17. mllUon
dollars for the Capitol expansion
and lace-uiung program in tne
fiscal year starting July 1. The
overall cast eventually is ex expected
pected expected to total about 150 mil million
lion million dollars. ,.rf
' The bill carried funds to op operate
erate operate the. House' of ReDresenta-
tives. Library of Congress, bo botanic
tanic botanic gardens, gover n m e n t
printing office and various Joint
iunctions or tne Houseiano sen senate.
ate. senate. The Senate will add lbs own
operating funds to the bill.
Knife Operation
Sayes. A Patient
KEWANEE, ID. (-UP) Three
surgeons operated with a pocket
knife and saved the life of aman
(uttering trom lockjaw.
The doctors performed he hur hurried
ried hurried operation when they found
they did not have time to move
the patient, Charles Anthony, from
an emergency room ,of surgery-
Anthony had "suffered an injury
at bis. home and developed lock
jaw. The surgeons made a slit in
his windpipe to Insert, a tube so
he could breathe;
i The doctorsasked that they not
be ldentuieay .. .
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E(dbth Of Ireland's- O'Hara Brothers

May 20 iuf -me' last or ire
land's eight O'Hara brothers be
came a. Roman Catholic priest
today in a tradition one of them
called "a chain reactlou."
All eight brothers were here
and so were their mother and
rarner ano two sisters; Thev naa
their first transatlantic family
reunion lor the induction of 28
year-old Joseph O'Hara into the
priesthood. r v ; ?
His seven elder brothers, al
ready priests, marchea to the
altar with him behind the Rt.
Rev. Joseph McCormack, Catho

lic bishop of Sexham and New Newcastle.
castle. Newcastle. ..'' ".'," .'' 1
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12 Massacred
In Surprise;
Worsi Attack
ALGIERS, Algeria. May 26
(UP) Algerian rebels- have
massacred 12 Europeans In i
surprise attack on an oasis vil village
lage village on the edge of the Sahara
Desert, authorities announced
tdoya. ; i,'-, -l?,.-.;
Officials said the knife-wield
ing rebels slit the throats of 11
men and a woman in Oumache,
12 miles south of Biskra and a-
bout 200 miles south of Algiers.
They spared two children in the
attack which occurred lastmgnt,
it. -t 'y-,t :
The insurgent raiders also
kidnaped 20 Moslems from the
village, authorities said.
All the victims were employes
of a road construction compa
ny.- -' -v;.""iv -:
fun details or the raid were
lacking. But authorities said it
apparently was a well-organized
surprise attack.
It was the worst single attack
on Europeans since 17 soldiers
of a French patrol were killed
in a rebel ambush eight days
ago. .-
French authorities also d i
closed that rebel commands blew
up a dam this week-end., caus
ing "considerable damage."
E. Berlin Reds
.? 4
May See Strippers
lu Y. CcrKin Clubs
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- BERLIN, May 26 (UP) -.'Soviet
officials plan to co-exist
with West Berlin strip teasers. ',
A Soviet embassy official to today
day today said Russians stationed in
East Berlin soon will begin to
visit West Berlin night clubs and
restaurants. ; ' ;
He said the embassy already
has procured books called "Ber "Berlin
lin "Berlin After Dark" to guide. Rus Russians
sians Russians on their search for fun in
the West. ... .
"Berlin After Dark" specializes
in listing places featuring stria'
teasers called "beuaty dancers,:
here. i
The Soviet official said the
vlists to West Berlin are part of
tne Soviets co-existence
no beauty
"There are no
in East Berlin" he -said.
Priesrs Gift Tissue
Restores Lad Sight
MILytN Italy, llay 26 (UPV
A 12year-old boy who received
a graft of cornea tissue from
th eyes of Catholic priest" Don
Carlos Gnocchl has recovered his
sight, hospital specialists saldn
The announcement meant both
the eves of dead priest Carlo
Gnocchl, 53, had given -back
sight to the children he loved.
An 18-year-old girl, Amabile
Battlstelto, i who received ? tissue
from Don Onocchl n irte eyet
left hpspltal In early April.
The operations on the? girls and
on Angero Coagrande,, the;, 12-year-old
peasant boy, were car carried
ried carried out simultaneously Feb. 29,
the day after Don Gnocchl died
of cancer. But for several weeks
doctors feared that complica
tions would again cloud over the
sight, in the boy's left eye.

Roman Catholic Priest

There were Aldon O'Hara and
John, parish priests who flew
here from Birmingham. Ala.
Michael, a Cistercian monk,
got here at the last minute from
a lonely West-of-Ireland monas monastery
tery monastery after belatedly receiving a
dispensation from his vows f
Isolation.: v ; i
The other brothers came from
parish churches In Peterborough
and Middlesbrough,' England.
- But the proudest of the family
was 74-year-old Patrick O'Hara,
who believes he holds a record
with eight sons In the priest priesthood.
hood. priesthood. O'Hara, a retired police policeman,
man, policeman, travelled from Banaor.
Northern. Ireland, with his wife



Will Meet With

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Budget Committee

The official duties ot the Canal Zone's new Gover Gover-norf
norf Gover-norf Maj. Gen. William E. Potter, will begin Wednesday
morning when he meets with the budget committee of the
board of directors of the Panama Canal Company at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.?;,-.''-.' ''''J-'.'-" V-.'f.1
; The Governor is ex officio member of the board and
president of the company, ; f." f
Arriving Tuesday afternoon. for the meeting are Pot'
ter; Edward A. Bacon deputy assistant Secretary' of th
Army; Ralph H. Cake and Robert P, Burroughs, board
members; and W, fyi. Whitman, secretary of the Panama
Candl Company.v.!viV!i-,V'";;:-r;'V :'' (t?:,-.
The party is scheduled to arrive at 2,:15.1n Tuesday
by commercial plane at Tocumen Airport

Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley,
another member of the budget
commltUe, is to arrive for the
meeting Wednesday aiiernoon
aboard the Panama Uner Cris
tobal. ' i,
iifHnfish Wednesday. Is Mem
orial Day arid an .official holi holiday1
day1 holiday1 in the canal Zone,: the.
budget committee has scheduefl
morning and afternoon sessWns
that"'' day asrweu -as i"" -u
and Friday. All -meetlngi wUl
be held in the board rooin of tne
Administration Building.
Th meetinir Of ,?tKe budget
-,itf ot this time of the
year is' an annuajevent; and is
held for the y&
ing the canalbudget and pro proposed
posed proposed capitaUxpendltures prior
to its apWal by the board of
directors Kr suomission w
Bureau, Of the Budet. ,r, t.
The committee will be revlew-
scow Claims
01 Distrusl Fading
LONDON, May 28- UP ) )-Moscow
Moscow )-Moscow radio said today the re recent
cent recent soviet talks with Brit
and French .leaders were result result-ina
ina result-ina in a "crumbling" of the
Western wall against, Commu-
TOe Soviet broadcast added,
however, that the London and
Moscow meetings still have not
reached "the heart oj all people
In the West." '. '
It said allegations that the
talks brought no concrete re result
sult result ;"are being spread by cir circles
cles circles to .the wes? who are fright frightened
ened frightened by the successes of the
--;-fi,Vn.istence oollcy.
v .r .ver more fre-
quently renoenn:
these attempts, : we
aThi Moscow radloT broadcast broadcasting'
ing' broadcasting' an official Tass Nw An An-cT'International
cT'International An-cT'International Review,". ad
"As a resul oi we
"Tt th wan oi mis-i

our couuj, -.--- .. euro- null wiucn laKes us naino :
trust toward the Soviet. ni.from the experimental,-conven-

ereded by certain c-iva ...
west with such- persistence for
several years since thej .wwg i in
terested in tne policy oi h'b.v"-
crumbling." ;. : ..' ;

The Soviet radio .also c?":INautilus, .which itself zips alon
demned ''malicious gowjp -n under water at more tnan 20

4W- ixrDf Ahmit t.hls
about inis ; muuni i
nnouncement oi ouviev bihiv-
forces cuts.
and two daughters. 1
Thev witnessed the nine-min
ute ordination service in the
private chapel of this northern
England monastery near Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
It was con conducted
ducted conducted in Latin. . ',
Father Aldon O'Hara, the eld eldest
est eldest of the brothers, said his bro brother's
ther's brother's ordination "Is the culmi culmination
nation culmination of chain reaction which
started when I made uo my mind
to enter the priesthood.",
"I think my decision convinc convinced
ed convinced all the others that they too
should enter the ministry and
now, with Joseph's ordination,
we shall all have achieved rtr
wish," he said,

.1 v .' v a

ing the canal's 1958 fiscal year
budget at its sessions this-week,
The Ilrst meeting of the com.
mitteejwlli be devoted.?, princi principally
pally principally io written, budget- mate material"
rial" material" t -'.:;,.i-:k,:..A,. ,.
At later sessions oral. nresen-
tatlons will be made by the va-
twug jsureau directors coverme;
the proposed .; fiscal plans of
their, wlts-i,
Are In-The-Miir
Construction t of two mora
atomic faubmarines -ene the
Navy's largest, ,the otjier Its
fastest will start nest Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at Groton, Conn.
Keels of the new undersea
craft will he laid with little fan fanfare
fare fanfare at the yards bfE'ectric
Boat Division of Genera) Dyna Dynamics
mics Dynamics Corp. f , -'
"The f two craft brlngrto nlna
the total of atomlc-powertd
subn built or belh? builtf Anoth Another
er Another six are scheduled fur cop
struction. during the "fiscal year
storting July h
vThe big1 new submarine win
be a radar picket boat, designee
to screen Naval, task-forces a
gainst air, sea or Wltfetsea at
tack. It will weigh. 6,0Oj ton;
comoared with the -1.000 tdO
Nautinus the world's Tfirst
tomle sub.
'"A great weight of modern rj
dar and other detection gear
for detecting attacks comln?
from any direction will be
crammed into the hull of the
sub, now known only 'as sub
marine No. 588. The boat will be
driven by two atomic reactors. v
The second sub, destened for
attack, will be more astonishing
In many ways than any of the
earlier atomic-powered vessels.
Named the Skipjack, It win fea.
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--:.:.. i. c::r .7. ;7.
tionaily-powered sub Aibacore
The combination of hleh-sneed
hull and single atomic reactor
are : expected to elve the Skin-
jack much more speed than tha
General Motors Dovn
For Second Quarter;
WILMINGTON, Del., Msy 26
(UP) General Motors president
Harlow H. Curtice said that pro production
duction production of cars and trucks for the
second quarter of this year has
been cut -23 per cent below last
year's rate.
He blamed the production cut
on the failure of the seasonal spring
demand for new .cars to materia materialize.
lize. materialize. A decline nV retail demand'
began on April I, he said.
Curtice also told 3,000 stockhold
ers at the annualGM meeting here
that production will be curbed in
the third quarter of this year. ;
The current high Car inventories,
he said, are due primarily to tha
introduction of 1956 models early
last fall by companies other than
GM. The other companies, he said,
"produced heavily before the first
of the year, ; ?


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" CLOTS, do your puny utmost to bear up. under th
disclosure that 1 found myself face to face with a flagoi
In Rolando's Hideaway the other day, and. thereupoi
judged it be as good an occasion as any to wonder aboa
the new trend in public relations indicated by Dick Nel
son, at last week's meeting of the Panama Forge (wha
sort,of a goofy affectation is that, anyway?) of the Amer
icaa Public Relations Association. : -. - ; ;
Tlsixi tn hr a timo -arhpn mtWic rAlafinns mPn srwirtpf

all sorts of sly tricks to get on the right side of reporters
with, an eye. to 'presenting "ai "hews whatever dubiouj
product it was they were trying to foist on to a bef uddlet
public. Drinks have been known to be bought Blonda
have been manifested;. Tabs have .been, scooped up witl
Joviality, and added without delay to the expense ,ac
count. Backs have been slapped.' 1 '
. The new technique, whatever it Is, will have noth
ng to -do with. this time-tested ground bait. Spurns It
Said public relations man Nelson, to reporter Hind
Diamond as he eased her away from the scene of thi
Plug Planters lunch last week: 6 We don't like reporters.'
This reversed field could lead to time tar reporter)
picking up tab for plug planters men, then trying U
. convince their editors that the strange entry .oh the ex
pense account is part of the new. look uv public rela
lions.'.' '. ' ;:.!,'. -..- .: T.
'' This,- In tuni, will lead to' ulcers for editors,' arid
vacancies for reporters, which brings me sort of sidewayi
upon the text for today's homily. v.f
This is the season of the year when job' vacanciej
are of Interest to many young people. A general appre

hension prevails that from' here on out they might havi -to
buy their own beans and rice.
As I recall it, which is not well, the closing of thr
school year is marked by the dusting off of some of the v
most crashing platitudes debited to man.
- Characters who have been briefly yetted to ensu i
thev are neither Comnlunists nor-saYphranlrpm snrrnli'

. urge the assembled young to refrain from sassing cops i

iwc uu miui in uie rising ana seiimg 91. me sun, ana u
drive carefully.. y ; c -'' I- a
' Supported by these pillars of wisdom, the young ar
then expected to surge bright-eyed off to employment
agencies, or the relief office, or the ballpark, according tc
their whim. : ;-:
The other approach Is for one of the young them-,
selves to drone, on behalf of the rest of the, class; ar
undertaking that they'll try to wind up their career mak-
lng "more money than they're now -collecting for pockel
money, that one must be at all times serious, in think thinking
ing thinking about the future (i.evwho will take the feature next 11
Sunday at Juan Franco), and that all hands favor free-
dom. . .
: Modern history offers some grounds, I submit, foi
the thesis that neither of these pieces of standard speech-V
makln? serves Its nnmnsn ",

; Peace, goodwill toward men', and freedom have' re-'
mained in sadly short supply. : V4 v;( & f
Let me then,- In my unflagging efforts to provide
nothing -but service for victims of this foggy space, sug-"
gest some thoughts which might-be kicked around r'"sy
graduation speeches over the-next few weeks,' No copv
right- -7 ;
, "There's little point In all the exercising of the brain
that you have been indulging in for the past few years,;
because any time now the services are going to grab you;
and set you down in a system where thinking is close to!
. tnilllnn i ... J A . 1 1 ... p

uiubuij, r.uu -vciyuuug iB geaieu 10 me tunie-swui; rc
actions of the dumbest man." 1
"Some of you here will not last another 10 years bev!
fore being killed in a traffic accident, or getting five
years for sticking up,a gas station." .-
This sort of statistic, valid or not, will do a lot more
to grasp the attention of the Audience than does the
Usual old stuff. May I suggest more?
"About 90 per, cent of you girls are going to- spend -your,
life bogged down with squalling urchini, dirty a
dishes and malodorous laundry. How anything yojl may;:
have learned in the last few years will have the remotest"
application to this drudgery defies explanation. Looks 5
like you've been wasting your time, by going to school. jj
"X?U i is you're, going to make yourself ,t.l
hatful In quick time will bat about .002. Those of you
;who do strike it rich will preach later about how hard E
,work did the trick. The rest of you that miss will spend i
unfruitful years bleating about how the other guy hadj
nothing on the ball, but got all the breaks. You'll botli.
: be lying.". .... a I
"Some of you dreamy dames, are going to have 'the
daylights clobbered, out of you regularly by some 'sore-l
head husband, just like you read about in .the tabloids.
You don't think the people In 'tiie tabloids aren't or ordinary,
dinary, ordinary, just like all of you here? Don't kid yourself." ) ;'
"All of you, hopeless wights, are going to spend a'
vfat Chunk of your life taking orders jfrom rnorons. Av.
good deal; of. the rest of ; the time you'll spend noting1
how; semi-Illiterates of Joe Miller persuasion, joke-wise,
.are hauling in the cash -even faster than they can counti
it. Of what time remains, you'll spend the larger 'part
of in th process of getting double-crosseUT ).
. 'You'll find tout that a fais, portion of what you
have had drilled into your( unwilling -skulls -ay-close to
HolyWrit will prove In the next fewSears to be closer I
to treason.- i .,,,...; : ; : .,, 4. 1
- 'Doubters or this transition might maKS the test of
quoting- selections from Tom Paine and Thonias Jeffer-i"
son to Senator-McCarthy; of standing Jrt the State- De-
partment quoting wartime troop indoctrination lectures J
on the trustworthiness and'warm human qualities bf the
Germans .and the Japanese; of (at the 'same ,tlme and
place) 'quoting, material of the -same era on the Rus-
sians." 7y.-..'rscfix!i ;.-r,:;. -....v.',,.-:,,.,..,,.,,,:
-if-t:'tM.:.y have' teed up,

ow wic paeu jew. years, you are gojng into. a world
whjch .Is managed largely by men who will assume you
are too stupid to make your own judgments in Just about'
anythingi whatsoever. They -vill' rear'' phony barriers
against your getting the. Information on which to base
an intelligent period, then they will get patronizing be-
cause they knowmore than you do." v
. 'Tou'd be better off playing tennis than listening to
U1I5 dirge." il v" -- ;
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..PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT, infallible as ever I
which, this week pays solemn heed to the fact that Pres. 5
ident-elect Ernesto ie la Gtfardla Jr. is going to receive
his rrptipntiftlfj insl hpfnm inrfon'o inff j

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good enough for de la Guardia and so, castinar the lastS
digit sportingly to the losers, X

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SO'DAY, MAY 27, 193S

0 Did Hd Think He Was God?
V?? -J Rev. Richard Cinder, associate editor, OCR SUNDAY YISITOSr

Jul thing.. Alcrn wih our reason
tt can answer a lot of Questions.
it can- t4 w a lot about re religion:
ligion: religion: that God exists, that we
hare souls. And It is good to
a no that our faith Isn't Just a
ciina trust, that there are rea
onable answers. V
' But there are many questions
we just cant answer on our own.
Everyone at some time In his
life asks the questions, "Where
em I toine?" ""
iWhat happens! J
When Idle??, if? j
the prays ndi i i
'thinks hard, be '-
an reason that ,J 1
: e 1 .going .to; I
Cod and that, j
. when he dies he I j
Will' be Judged I
by God for vtheL I
life he has led. Cinder --
' BUT STILL he asks: "flow can
I get to God? What kind of life
does He want' me to lire? Our
reason can jet some of -the
.answers to these questions As
St. Paul says, all men, "have a
law written. In their hearts."
, Following that law will- bring
men to GocL But it Isn't easy
to know what that, law is. v
t Tnafa why Jesus Christ came
to earth to answer the ques questions
tions questions men cant heljr but ask.
Jesus came and told men where
they were going and how to get
there-. That was, Hi message.
BUT THERE was something
different about the message of
Jesus,; He didnt Just say He

2 mondiltrS
One Hurls; The Other Rdys

Memphis; :tenn, (up)
Raymond Crone Is a major league
pitcher and he has a brother, Kay-I

' mond Crone, who, is a missionary

, in Brazil : .-'j v. r--c-

Pitcher Raymond, Is a member
of the Milwaukee Braves in the
National league. Missionary Ray Raymond
mond Raymond is a Franciscan priest who
has been In Brazil for seven years.
Here's an explanation for broth!
crs with the same first name.
Father Raymond : originaly was
N. Gordon Crone Jr., but when he
war ordained a priest in 1949 he
war given saint' names, ilia su
periors named him Rev, Raymond
Frnicis Crone, not knowing he had
afcunger brother named Hay-

'The priest Is 3V the pttcW Is
w, 23. They are two of six children

( Jtm. and Mrs. N. Cordon Crone.

arone, despite;- his youth, has
already established himself as
top-notch major league pitcher.
Father' Raymond, home for a
six-month visit, will return to Bra
til in October, He does his best to
keep up with his baseball brother
by listening W we Army overseas
broadcasts. f .k"-"-'--'' -'f
Father Raymond wasv a good
ball player; Another 1 brother,
James. -was once considered a big
league prospect when he pitched
In American Legion baseball. But
ybuVb 0ofng
and you'
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i wnwbrJOHN MICHAEL HAYES MorwM eastmmi color

knew a way, or bad some of
the answers. He claimed to be
THE way; THE truth. He de demanded
manded demanded that people believe in
Him and only in Him.;
If someone were to come la
your town today and tell you,
"Unless- you believe in me, you
are going to be unhappy for forever,"
ever," forever," you would eall him fa fanatic.
natic. fanatic. If he told you that his
message was the only true one,
you would call him Intolerant
"What nerve he has, you would
say, "setting himself up above

everyone that way. Does he
think he is Codr: ",'- "; -V
JESUS CHRIST sooke to men
and told them that He alone was
the Way to heaven. And He not
only thought. He was God He
Droved that He wis!' He claim
ed to be equal to God, to be His
oniy-oegotten son. He ;els
worked countless signs and won
ders, unheard of since., it Is fen
possible to believe that God
would have allowed these won wonders
ders wonders If Jesus were a liar or
madman.' babbliwr 1 about His
divinity; ;; i-'jv.ri --
But If Christ was Ood. rnnd
the Gospels tell iu He was, then
his ciauns are true, wnen Be
told us He had the answers to
life's probieinc -the answers we
cannot get on our own He
meant it. We owe It to ourselves
to examine His-teachings to find
out what we must do to gala
heaven. This is the common
sense, the Intelligent annroach
to religion and the problems of
life. rr'r- S :' ;.-v Vi-i
t jaftiir.eiiii.i Mtiiima, a. ft "'
he is now a seminarian at St., Jos
eDh's Seminary. West mom. iu..
studying to be a Franciscan priest
like Father Raymond. 4 1 ;
The only daughter m tno iamuy
is Sister, Annetta, at F ranciscan
nam. t St. Anthony's. Hospital,
While st home, Fther.Raymond
will divide his time between Mem Memphis
phis Memphis and Chicago, where the Fran Franciscan
ciscan Franciscan ,-. missionaries have head-
auarters. Before he returns to
Brazil, he hones to get to the
Milwaukee ball park to see broth
er Raymond on the mounoY
Folb In Paradise:4
Haye No pQ0nuice
' fOPEKA;" Kafc fUpV to to-ple
ple to-ple hvin itt 1 Paradise5 "naVe no
liquor store. That's aradiseKan.
r The rtate alcoholic beverage con
trol agency noted it is one oi 48
Kansas towns eligible for a retail
liquor outlet which have' none. No
resident has taken out a liquor
license. 1
'Yet bottle shops have reached a
new high of 980 in 226 municipal municipalities
ities municipalities in Kansas, which had con constitutional
stitutional constitutional prohibition for 70 years.
Legal package liquor sales began
in Juiy, 1949. ;
fo ihts dogs...
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Two' Chicago Hotels Planning
For Democrats' Chicago Aeet

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CHICAGO fUP) The Con-1
rad Hilton and Blackstone Hotels
are nlannina for pandemonium.
, Months in advance, they're lay laying
ing laying the groundwork for the don donkeys,
keys, donkeys, brass-bands, hell-ringers,
flae-wavers and all the other zany
things that go togetner to maae
up a presidential nominating con
vention. - v .- ."v
Starting Aue. 13. the Conrad
Hilton, world's largest hotel, be-
comes the omciai ; neaaquancrs
of the DemocraU ,195 national
convention. And a lot of the con convention
vention convention hoopla will cross the street
into th- mrt Riarkxtnnn. where
.vim of the toDeandidates lor tne:
party presidential nomination? us-
uaiiy set up snop- : i
nnL of the touchiest nroblemt
of protocol the question of what
space shall be assigned to each1
candidate, delegation or organi
tation tne hotels leave up. w
the Democratic National Commit-
tee. -f v. :;. V
i "That's the committee's baby
and thev can have it we don't
want it," a Conrad Hilton spoxes-
man said. v. ..v
Suite For Trnmans
However, the Blackstone made
one exception. It reserved its pres presidential
idential presidential suite for former President
Harry S. Truman and JMrs.. Tru Truman
man Truman and said ,the -Trumans al already
ready already have indicated they'll occupy.
we rooms. -' ,.. i
The Blackstone Tushed to com
pletion the air conditioning of 85
iwr etmt or its" rooms. manage
ment said it will provide 21-inch
color television sets in all its 40
suites and in its cocktail .lounge.
The Hilton has reserved ita ex expansive
pansive expansive lower-lobby exhibition hall
for convention press headquarters.
Plans call lor special water, cas
and electric lines to be run into
one corner off the hall to a press.
lunch counter. v-" tT-
The hotel management said one
section of the hall ; will be set
aside as an "auditorium" for press
innfernpi( Soflciat elevators will
h reserved for reporters who
mnt rnpp from' floor to floor,
Hilton officials plan to convert
350 to 400 rooms probably all
of the fifthr sixtn ;ano sevemn
flnnra from lleeoint rooms tO
temporary offices, reception
rooms and radio and television
studios. ;S. ; "S'-r ;
Huge Wiring Job
V. BUG nUUif Wvm
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:. For weeks ia advance of the
convention, electricians ---wiu oe

pre-wiring rooms .whe"ey,er: B!?1est single items in Australia! im-

ean do so without interfering with
guests. But the immense moving
nH nmodelina lob connected with
the conversion .wont get under
way until after a national tisntng
tackle show, scneauiea xor Ag
i-9. vacates the hotel.
t The limited pre-convention ac-

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cess to the Hilton Is a headache
to Illinois Bell Telephone Company
officials who are blueprinting the
tremendous telephone, wire serv
ice,, radio and TV requirements
at the hotels and the International
Amphitheater, site of formal con convention
vention convention sessions. :
"We have the problem of getting
all of the service pre-wired so we
can co in iust a day or two before"
the convention starts and put the
equipment in, service supervisor
Mitchell Lane said
Lane said his charts now call
for installation of 32 switchboards,
1.330 central office trunks. 350
mileage terminals, us tie-lines,
320 crivste lines, more than 4,000
teiepnones, ana some ia ouuuu
sets at .the Hilton ; ana.. Ampni-
w":,:. ".U
Pecta to bring in at least video
channels,-compared with 29 -in
1952; 550 audio channels, compared
with 492 In 1952, and to set up
muix mu iuiwww
comparea wiw u rour yew
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Astronomer Eying c
Illuminated Clouds
Johnson. University of Iowa 'as
tronomer, is making an intensive
study of tne uiuminatea e l o u a s
that are formed between the stars
in the-universe. fi;.
As $3,700 grant, from the Nation
al Science Foundation will help
finance : the study.
Johnson, an asistant professor
ot astronomy, said the clouds he
will study are made up of rare
gases and dust and are -Alumina-tM
hv the stars near them.
Mid the nurnosa of the' study
n to measure the nngnmesa ana
a it 111 2 i:
color m. me sunace uiummauun.
Most previous studies and bngnt bngnt-ness
ness bngnt-ness by astronomers have dealt
with "the sum rather thaa thr in-j
tersteuar couas, goniuon. saw.
Australia Depends
DnJOther Notions
tralia rill continue to depend on
oversea supplies for at least 40
per cent of her paper needs, un unless
less unless her own pulp and paper; in
dustry ean expand by i960.
The Ministry of National Devel
opmen.t said the need for this ex expansion
pansion expansion presents -a challenge of
national Importance as pulp ana
r,nr..nta one of ihe lar-
nnrt hill.
The1 government is exploring The
pesswuity tr-oimj vumw
timber fW chemical pulping. But
even, .with' anrteereaw in produe produe-tion,
tion, produe-tion, Australia probably will have
to import more man lou.oro ions
of newsprint per year.




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huinululu wr) tier Den say, uero?" it owni neip matters group, according to a recent issue
Drechsler wants his colleagues at much when' he had to reply, 'l of Aricuttural Reserach.,
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that he did not talk like a jet-age
pilot His hearing aid did ; j
it aid not particularly aisturo
47-year-old Drechsler when his
battery-operated ear piece began
to snout without warning such Air
Force jargon as: ."Tower. to Yew
low dog make approach runway
tour left," or "Tower to Bed uog.
You're 6V4 miles out Yon should
be in in two minutes. You should
be at SOO feet" '
What Drechsler found a bit dis disconcerting
concerting disconcerting was the looks of aston aston-ishedment
ishedment aston-ishedment he got from fellow
workers who often could clearly
hear his hearing aid "talking
from a distance of several chairs
away. Then, they were wont to in interrupt
terrupt interrupt him with, "What did you
Limestone In Plenty
And Used Same Way

WASHINGTON; UP Hjonly normal room conversation
there were not so -much of tt, and noise. He wonders if his old
limestone would probably.: chal-1 -wUl stilr"pick 'up the tower

ienge.;ouer locaa in commercial
fit is the most widely used dl all
domestic rocks, the Mines Bureau
reports Last year about 300,000, 300,000,-000
000 300,000,-000 tons of limestone were used
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stone, will not present any prob
lems. The supply is unlimited, and
it is found in every state Alaska
and Hawaii. 'It is produced com
mercially in. every state except
Delaware, New Hampshire-; and
North Dakota.
Some- limestone Is used to strut-'
rural .material, 'but the greater
part Is used, in crushed --or pow powdered
dered powdered form as a concrete aggre
gate, road stone, railroad ballast
and cement and lime manufacture.
It is also used in sericulture and
in the metallurgical and chemical
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according to Dr. Oliver Bowles,
author of the report
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Drechsler rather enjoyed ustenmg
in on the Air Force frequency,
sometimes used bv let n ots and
the control
tower at Hickam Air
Force Base, a few hundred yards
away - -. -'
Investigation revealed that the
cause of it all was a newly in
stalled air force radio frequency
sometimes used for -communications
-to the tower- by jet planes.
This frequency because of its clas classified
sified classified call letters is known in Civil
Aeronautics Authority circles as
the "Jerk." For some reason
probably a high resistor grid lead
- : Drechsler's hearing aid was
sensitive' to reception of the fre frequency,
quency, frequency, and the -wiring in the
piece probably acted as a' receiv receiving
ing receiving antenna for the signal from the
Air Force transmitter "nearby.
Drechsler accidentally dropped
his hearing aid one day and sent
it back to the. States for repairs,
He now pses a substitute of a.dif a.dif-forent
forent a.dif-forent manuf actum that nirVi un
when it getsDack, ;
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A woman called police to re.
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lawn of i home in her neighbor
hood late at night. Police found
Marine Pvt Robert ""Conine-'' 20.
home on leave, in a sleeping bag
beside-his home.' Conlin,- who is
six feet seven inches tall and
Weighs 243, told- police he couldn't
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t tost Rlrl traduttlnr this lane will pick fashions (hat an serve
" in their wardrobes when school is over, This year, the graduate
wan stick to her own clothes style in choosing1 both fabric and cut.
WW show three dresses that differ In cut, fabric and effect Yet
jail three conform to most graduation requirements. Tailored girl
iAeftgets classic shirtwaist style lnWhite evelet-embroldered

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' xioaeiio urn ijryiuca uua jrcu
; white graduation dress.
The white dress is the big dress
, for summer on all fashion levels.
2 It is sophisticated or sleek or fril-
' For the gal who's graduating

"djuckg'raduates (get oCu

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; AEA Beauty Editor

, spring's graduates will be lucky
recipents of luggage important

accessories in any ears wardrobe
Picking luggage, whether by the

j teenager herself, or by her family
'' as a surprise, should Be done with

her definite needs in mind,
t i .
The tSsIc wardrobe of luggage
tor. a young woman includes three
pieces W train or cosmetic case,
an overught bag or weekend case,
ThintM t .of making last
apnng'a-"Jiat do, "for this year?
Don't. If you're unhappy with
the idea of a big, bulky hat, have
one fa a smaller, version. You'll
end thee line both Jiew and be
coming ji
If a reel economy te have three
, pairs ef shoes going at once if
you possible can. One pair at the
shoe shop, one in the closet, one
en your feet. This way, they all
last longer and look better while
they last.
FaceJVith a great pile of clothes
ip repair? Best system is to make

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called ior, Then they wont accu-'and

oCmgerie JCook $s(Big ; cTm TJear

from high school, it's the ideal
way to pad her wardrobe wiut wiut-out
out wiut-out denting the family budget
If she likes the lingerie look,
shell find lots of frilly dresses:
tiny lace ruffles, ribbon beading,
fluffy petticoats and sheer fabrics
with organdie a favorite. The full full-skirted
skirted full-skirted sheer cotton organdie
dress, often gets pastel embroidery
both in hemnne bands and all-over
mt e, lStJSl
and wardrobe of pullman case
If the family decided to give all
uree, they should be matched.
since this makes it easier to iden
tify at. a claim, desk.. Also, the
set may be completed at a later
date of filled out. little bv little.
The type of luggage should be
governed oy now the gal travels.
If the cases must serve for a long
time and take rough handling,
aturdy construction is vital. Lug Luggage
gage Luggage to be used in auto travel
need not be so strong.
If aunts and uncles want to go
in with the-family, extra units De
mulate into what looks like
Your husband's clothes
.wider, heavier hangers than
yours. Never put his suit and
jackets en wire hangers; they'll
stretch out ef shape.
The keynotte to good dressing is
still simplicity. If you wear ear earrings
rings earrings and bracelet, leave the neck necklace
lace necklace at home. 4
Giant amocking appear en
cuffs, hems and necks in some
new Paris models.' 1
The appeal of shinky patent
universal. This year, have it

cotton. This David Hart design has blue banding outlining front
of bodice and skirt Snowy white embroidered organdie from
Lans (center) has neckline and sleeves outlined in scallops.
Bodice is tied in place by bows. Birdseye pique dress is by Nina
(right). This long torso dress has high neckline outlined in
organdie and floral braid. Skirt is softly pleated.

patterns. Most of these dresses
have high or shallow scooped neck necklines
lines necklines and little sleeves.
- The girl who likes her dresses
sleek and bordering on the so sophisticated
phisticated sophisticated can pick the w h 1 1 e
sheath in pique, probably with a
sheer overskirt that is removable.
She may favor the long torso
line, also in pique, in a dress
Extras In addition to matched set
L"??. ?U7le ba
a gal a own tasU and manner ef
come possible. "As teen.ager, do-
pending on what her future plans
ic, niB.T wui vaveiing gar garment
ment garment bag, a hatbox, a hat -a nd nd-shoe
shoe nd-shoe bag, and a trunk, duffle bag
or foot locker. These can be
matched. Gifts for little brother
or sister to give include identifi
cation tags, covers and wheels.
Style selection depends on a
gal's taste and how she lives.
Unless the family is very sure
about what their -daughter likes,!
the girl herself ought to have': a
say in the matter. Generally, teen-'


combined with white' or -with ii
risen nf ,aIai klita

---" w, wuv ui ciiuvr.i&cii uaaues ji coior. : -'

- The lady used te jam all ef her
clothes together in her closet.
Then she found out they didn't
last long. Now, she gives them
air and space, hang them up
carefully end gets much more
wear from them.
The print silk dress must be
bought knowingly. But a pretty
combination is made ; up of a
small, neat print in dress with
matching lining in the coat.
Men will never understad why
f.nlnr4 lining ; i..
colored shoe sole) is delightful!

devoid .of frills and dependent on

cui ior ns etiect.
Because there is so much ,to
choose from in graduation fash
ions this year, most gals s will
have no difficulty in picking dress dresses
es dresses they like that also conform to
school regulations. ;
Ana wnen the Dig day is over,
there's an extra dress in the closet
tor dressy wear all summer long.
(center) Include overnight bar
tyle choice iiVovS by
livlnr frirhti pJLikiiwi!t
alters like lots of color.
luggage,' solid colors piped in
white, pastels and all-white arc
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ior an imponani jod, sne may
want something more sober. ; If
sne s going to a college where she
alternates work with study,- she
wm want adaptable and incon inconspicuous
spicuous inconspicuous colors. '
Whether she gets one train
case, or a whole set a craHimt
has a wide and happy choice i in!
luggage ibis year.
But women revel In ir'h
i. j n.i . i i
The idea of lining a dress com.
pletely ia a growing one. ... If s
especially good for fabrics like
Silk, jersey or. velvet. If the
dress doesn't come with lining,
ask your tailor er dressmaker te
put in a skirt lining.
A streak ef color ef enliven
last spring's navy blue suit can
come in the form of a hand-rolled
chiffon square in pink or violet
or blue or yellow. Matching
glovav ithrfabricorJrhr,
might be fun.

NEA Beauty Editor
. REST Is se vital to beauty that
H seems silly to have te peint
this fact ewt aiain and again.
t "-: . ... 2 ,. x-
Yet recently several wemen
have mentioned that they knew
they looked sallew, yet simply
ceoldn't wnderstand why, when
they had custom-mixed cesmaK
ics. Two others were at lets te
understand brand-new wrinkles
under their eyes. V l
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Cheating en sleep can never be
compensated for by eesmeties,
feeds, drugs, coffee or ice packs.
Sleee is like airthere isn't any
thine else that will do..
Sleeplht may run In cycles. A
woman may need mere in the
' NEA Staff Writer
EVEN in this aie of atomic
aircraft, when the weather is asj
mud as May herself, go fly a,
kite" is a saucy command that
mue boys obey with wholehearted
and sometimes reckless enthusi-'
asm. When the breeze is blowing1
from the right quarter, a mere
motherly request to watch out!
for high tension wires and heavy
traffic is seldom heard.
The problem is to suear coat
the safety pointers so they will
be heeded. If the community serv
ice aspect of your homemaking
career includes mothering a den den-fill
fill den-fill of freckle faced Cub Scouts.
a kite-making project at the
weekly meeting opens the way.
The project will be an instant suc
cess with the pack, too. This is not:
always true of handcraft proj projects,
ects, projects, den mothers tell me. :
Your exoerince in kite makmc
may be as limited as mine. But
here are directions I followed for
making a simple "T" kite that will
get off the. ground.' You can get
plans for, more elaborate, models
from library books or an elder
Bov Scout. -T V vv
i Material needed are simple
and inexpensive: strong, string.
two sticks of soft but tough wood
(I used slender dowels). Drown
wrapping paper, tape and fabric
scraps. j,-?-
as you work, you it want to
make these Mints with the boys.
Never fly a kite near electric
wires. .Never use wire or twine
that has wire in it ior a kite
string. Wet string is also a eon
ductor of electricity. Kites with
metal parts are especially i dan-j
gerous if they fall across or come
in contact with electric wires.
Don't run across streets or high
ways while flying a kite. It a kite
NEA Beauty Editor :
AS a woman grows elder end
her children leave heme, i h e
begin te get a chance te build
up and enjoy a cellectien ef pret pretty
ty pretty bath accessories fragile, pas pastel
tel pastel flowor-bedeeked- and (nviting..
Never before wa she able te
keep a powder box intact or a
: NEA Staff Writer
Siws in Baby clothes are enough
wuiive m moiner iraniic. mere
is no rhvm nor eonsi.tnrt t
them. A mother's best friend is a
competent salesperson who under-
sisnas- ail of the size ranges, or a
sensible chart for a particular
orana. i
now: lone does Hanv tA on
taking vitamins? Until his doctor
says he may stoo. But if he's in
a family that gets run down, with without
out without taking them winter i and sura-
met, un pciuis QUKUV W'(D
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rijui on wuu inem. -v,
Aeerola juice contains 1 enough
vitamin C to make a woman gid-
ay. ueiung inis vaiuaue vitamin
into Baby is made easier by com combinations
binations combinations ;of aeerola and apple
juke, put up Ja- cans.
If Baby loves his orange juice
this week, but doesnt car, far
milk, let him lap np all the juice
he wants and give him a little
milk on cereals or in puddings.
Next week he may be on. a aulk
bender. :. .;-,
Fresh fruiets are: good hand
foods for Baby,- in addition to
their nourishing qualities. Try
him on bananas,- thin slices j of
cored, peeled apple, plugs of or
ange., slices of pear, -Be, surcall1


are ripe and clean.


winter than in the summer. Or
she may sleep lets soundly in the
summer and find she is fatigued.
A women may be mere tired just
before her menstrual period, or
during it.. A- woman definitely
needs mere when she's pregnant
tr just after she's had the baby.
If is possible te sleep one's
self into state ef stupor, when
one never get up and tends te
business.' But a decent allowance
ef sleep, whatever one needs, is
the basis for any beauty develop development.
ment. development. .:;.r,v.rirt..
Aside from the women who feel
they ""cant" sleep, there are
many potentially beautiful wo women
men women who cheat themselves by
skimping en sleep or doing ust
one mere task before falling kite
bed at one a.m.

Put Safety Ufite OrijSprity'd. U6tair

becomes entangled in a treetop,
it's better to make a new one than
to risk falling out of the tree to
retrieve tU i v
Here's how you proceed: Find
the center of one stick and mark
it. Groove ends of both sticks for
the framing cord but be careful
not to split the wood. Cross sticks
at a point about one-fifth of the
way from the top of the upright
ana at the center mark ox the ho-
rizonal stick. Tie two sticka to
gether tightly at this point Tie an
other piece of string at the joint
run it up vertical stick and slip it
into slot at the top. Pass string
around through the other slots,
back through top slot and down
the side of vertical stick to the
joint and tie, securely. Cord should
be pulled tight, as it holds the
frame-together.-. , .
Spread paper on a flat surface.
place frame on it and cut to fit.
allowing a small merging to fold
over cord. Fasten paper in place
with stips of cellophane tape'. Use
colored plastic taps to make a
decorative band or other design on
side acing the "pilot." u ;
' To string or "bridle": Make
holes in paper along horizontal
stick about six inches, from bach
end and another hole about six
inches from bottom of vertical
stick (see picture). Keep measi
urements equal from ends at all
three, points, for proper balance.
Bridle strinss are inserted in
holes, passed around stick and
tied in form knots. You can then
tape them in place for good mea measure.
sure. measure. Strings tied to horizontal
peice are about 18 inces long; the
one at vertical piece a little long longer.
er. longer. Gather three strinss in hand
so kite swings freely in horizontal
plane and check for balance.-Knot
three strings together,
Tail cord, which is 12 inches or
'longer, is fastended about two
bath a mat out of the tub. Now.
she can, end she glories in mak making
ing making her bath end dressing room
a pretty end feminine a can be.
. But fesr.en the heel ef the
departing khildren comes a
second. in vatien.te make a wreck
ef her pewdec nem er her guest
bam.-The new wove ef havoc isn't
clumsy er playful children, but
g wests who don't take time te
realize what everything is there
These otherwise welcome in individuals
dividuals individuals make a shambles out
ef the bathroom in the following
ways: n ?
:, They use a ene-shet hand towel
and then, ignoring the hamper
V under the basin, fold it carefully
back and replace it en the rack.
The next person -opens the towel
te find great gray stains.
They pick a one we powder
puff out ef the canister use it
and leave it m the powder con container.
tainer. container. '
; Leaving the new tube of toete toete-paste
paste toete-paste carefully unopened, they
scrub the teothbursh through the
flower-shaped cake ef soap.
They semehew find en army
urplu tewel thaf s been used te
wax the fleer and hand it prom prominently
inently prominently over the red. 3
, If a almost enough te make a
woman watch her step in seme seme-en
en seme-en else's heme.

Doa't sit and ait v
for "Lady Luck" .
Go and meet her .



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; A NEW-statement en high.'
heeled pumps for 4een w agers
comes from the American Medi Medical;
cal; Medical; Association, m their publica publication
tion publication "Today's Health.'?
Teen-ager, who want to keae
their good feet should pay heed
to what the doctors say. They
I advise no high heels at all before
the ago of It. They reccomtnd
wearing of high heels only for
parties and dress-up between the
ages ef -1 and II. From It on,
they, advise wearing high heels
for no longer than four hours at
a stretch. '.; y
i The article points out that
shortening the muscles in back
-f the leg is undesirable and the
too-early wearing ef high heel
will do hist this.

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There's aa mneeea safety string tied U thia kite. Aetjng as a'
e aaether for her sen's Cab Scent troop, ketnesoaker inattas
yrtedplea ef safety as she laatrecta beys ia hew U aaate aa
eM-faUened kit.

inches from bss of kite on ver
tical stick.; Hake a loop at" end
for fastening tail. Tail should be
about 13-15 yards long, with nar narrow
row narrow strips of cloth tied St 12-inch
intervals. ; ...


Shyness Is Child's' Shelter
Against Chronic Cijficism

' SOME weeks ago k music
teacher neighbor of the W.S or or-gaaized
gaaized or-gaaized a children's orchestra.
She invited their eight-year old
Jerry to become its drummer.
He ggreed and at first got
praise for his effort.
Lately, this has changed. To
Mrs. W. the neighbor often com-
?lains ef Jerry's failure to "pro "pro-cct"
cct" "pro-cct" a performance like the oth other
er other children. She criticizes his
shyness and talks mock of par parents'
ents' parents' obligation te "adjust' chil children.
dren. children.
' Mrs. W. asks, "What would 70a
do in our situation?" .A ;. .,
First I would register that it
had involved Jerry, ia a bad bar bargain.
gain. bargain. It gives this music teacher
Bis free services as drummer tor
her orchestra. It gives him dis
comfort and criticism.


Most gals who first take up
wearing high-heeled pumps obey
the doctes's orders, tut net be because
cause because they want to. They do it
when they first don this artificial
but becoming, style of shoe. But
if they keep at bY teen-ager can
learn te manage three-inch heels
and wreck their feet et the Same
timet ';:4,i;,- vi" ."
Certainly, no one' denies" the
flattery ef a well-detfgned pump. pump.-And
And pump.-And no doctor would be likely te
forbid them permanently te an
otherwise healthy young tar. past
her sixteenth birthday. But: a gal
should guard the health of her
feet with care by alternatina flat -heel
with higher heels.
And she ; certainly will, have
less ; trouble' if !" she f selects a
medium haal er a tiny- spool heel
for hen dress-up, instead ef a
spike. r-v.-''.;v'
Help children find a f a
place to fly the masterpiece. A
school or park playground,, and
open field, pasture, er beach are.
usually good sites and relatively
free of hazards. ; u
SECOND, I would rejoice over
Bis "shyness." Instead of see 1
ing it as the poor 'adjustment
the music teaher snggesU It de
be, I'd see it as Jerry's resistance
te her demandingness. Instead ef
trying to help him get over it,
I'd de all I could te encourage
him to keep it
h I'd say, "Do yoa know how yea
cmuu piease me very mucor
Yon caa go up te Mrs. Se and
Se oa your very next rehearsal
day and say, ,'1 ass not coming
here again to play your drum"
because I don't enjoy playing i
aay more.' ,...,,-.......
I would ae more hesitate te
pet these words into the mouth
of my chid than I'd have hesttat- -cd
te spoon cereal into it when
he was too young to spoon it then
himself. Nor te go along with
him eo the day set for his rejec rejection
tion rejection of this bad bargain.
A SHY child is one who senses
the presence ef an attacker ia
his environment He uses self
effacemeut te elude criticism.
"If we consistently encourage
the chy child to stand up to his
attacker m resisting words, ha
discovers that he has survived,
open defense and no logger
need to turn te self-effacement
for safety."
The trouble is, shyness is often
a child's shelter against e a r
chronic criticism.
If we have a shv child, it's veew

foolish to start worrying abou ""
how guilty we are. L ; 1

When we fight for his right toT
resist ether attacker ia words,
we begin to cherish the self-respect
we are defending.
The instant the child knows
that this has happened te as. he
loses his fear of us. And finds the

strength, lo be honest, aitkai.


Bo 134, P
waai ana
, ; Staff,
Wishes to express her. sincere appreciation to her
many friends for the kind expressions' of sym sympathy
pathy sympathy and floral offerings tent during the illness
and death of her beloved husband
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Testimonial Dinner Howers
Mr. Edward W. Heteheft
The Canal Zone members of the

"TAmerican Association of Universi

ty Professors save a testiBionai

dinner this past week in honor of

Mr. Edward W. Hatcnett, wno is

completing a .year of teaching

mathematics in the local college.

1 Mr. Hatcnett has taken the

place of. Mr. J. Stuart McNair, s
member of- the professors group,

who is now in the United Mates on
... i j : :

a leave.oi-aDseoce ior aaaiuonai

graduate study. ;.y.r ;

The American V Association of

University Professors is the ne

tional nrofesslonal and etnicau

(Toun of colleae teachers, corres

Bonding to the American meaicai

Association ior oociors ana 10 uie

imsricsiii 1 Rar Association' for

1 lawyers. :

Members and their wives wno
attended the dinner were; Mr. and

Mrs. Charles R. Bowen, Mr. and
Mrs. James A.'- Lyons. Mr." and

Mrs. Subert Turbyfill, and ; Mr
and Mrs. Kenneth E. Vinton.

KISS MAUt "I ALLARINO will graduate from the College -De-v
artmeni of Gulf park College, Gulfport, Mississippi on Mon Mon-tay.
tay. Mon-tay. -She has been very actiye In extra-curricular activities
,nd liolds membership In the Athletic Association,-Bit and
' ipur Club, Delta-Alpha Sigma-Sorority, Jet Maskers,. Romantic.
languages Club, Samovar-Club and YWCA. Her parents, Mr.
- md Mrs. Aquilino Vallarino, will attend the. commencement
Activities on the campus which wlU take placejrqm May, 25th.
i ii :y As through, May 28th. v r : ;
fl iT. JGENEft AL ANtt MRS. WltLtAM k?BAKRlSON ;. WQ.-'A
i.k V General and tW WUlianV K. "Harrison wlU give i ;
Joint reception In honor of General and Mrs. Lionel McGarr t

...... nn lienerai.mna mn. u. Keuocu noun. uiw

Quarry Heights pn 4IIildy-WiMli-lvr;,W.Lvu.T'i,- r.;..;
I .: iulJ.J Mi ii ei! U.U. ii I- Tha Panamanian AmhlSsadOl

Vthdiv OH H: M. Eliiabath 11

' The British' Amassador and Mrs

a Leslie Henderson will be host
an 'Embassy .-luncnebn ion, May
.. it to celebrate the birthday, of

, 4'. dMl?wcuill. .7
' cption To Honor Dislunguishorf

llior -.7. s-pr ,... 'i .r
llr. and Mrs: Joseph de Lacoste
'.' Ik-give a reception in honor ipf
Alfred' Pose, member of the

' ititute and President of the Na Na-tial
tial Na-tial Bank of Commerce and In In-1
1 In-1 istry (Afrique on Tuesday from
to 8:9a p.m... at their home in
lf .Heights. 1 y,'. ,

1. Mr. Lacoste is the Director of

I Panama Trust Company,
K Charlts H.. Crawford r'.r. ,s -4
fUbraUt tirthday :
'llr. and Mrs. Charles- H. Craw

fd were posts at their residence
Balboa-at. a buffet dinner to

..."lebrate his birthday recently.

Among those who attended were

a Ambasador of. Chile and Mrs.

irique Lagreze, the Peruvian

nbassador ,and ilrs. .German
himburu. the Minister of Uru-

- lay and Mrs.- Felix Poller!, Mr.

Id Mrs.-John Peterson; Mr. and

. rss William Arey. Dr. and Mrs,

. luardo de Alba, Mrs. Ana Luisa
Jirman, Mr. Thomas Thompson,

r. Adeia de sosa, Mr. and Mrs.
ferald Daniels, Mr. John Ehrman,
I'. Ehrman, Mr, Samuel Lewis,
ss Lupita Lewis, and Mrs. Rutty

Miss Loiso Ann Eriekson ?,
Will Rtcaiv BA Dgrt

Miss Loise Ann Enckson of An

con, wiu De among tne
who are scheduled to receive the
Bachelor 'of Arts degree ; from

the University of Fine Arts, Bob

Jones University, ureenvme, a.

C, at the 29th annual Convocation
in the Rodeheaver Auditorium on
the University Campus on May


Miss Enckson is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Erickson

of Ancon. She has been a member

of the Pi Theta Epsilon Literary
Society, the University Oratorb
Society, and the University Opera


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MINA MYSIAM PIERCE celebrated her 15th birthday party at the American Legion Club in
, Fort Amador recently with a buffet dance for about 80 of her, young friends. Miss Pierce,
who is a freshman at Balboa High School,, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Jones,
Canal Zone residents. The lovely birthday cake seen here Is .the creation of Mrs. Leticla
Sosa. - 1 J - t .

, . v 7 '';1':-' ; -i:
.J Through this medium ifie stockholder? M
: FIBaAS S. A. OF PAUfl--
;. ;ra 'summoned to attend tnEJKAORCNARY
, meeting May 30, 1956 at 3 p.m. af'tha- ofces of
''the company 'situated on Arturo DelvalleStrtet
; (Entrance Driva-ln). ,' ;,?..'-'

- : AGENDA? ,

tato Adagio Allegro vivacisimo
Allegro maestoso assai.

-Aris from the first act of "Trs-

ij VIM l ,;.U. Kllil. "j r? 1
r Aria from the first act of "Bo

hemia" .....G. Puccini.

Aria from the third act 1 of

"Faust" fh v RminnH.

'Soust: Ana Barrios de Estrl-.
peaut, Soprano;. Mario Gulicrre?

Tenor. Adasio of strings.. .Sam

uel Barker.. The first Cucoo In the

Sprmg.;.rredenck Deuus. isatu isatu-que
que isatu-que ...Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez.

Tickets for tne six concerts, or.

chestra seats, are available at

ine-Arts Denartment. Tel 2-025S.

Mai. 6en William PoMer Will ) !ie ,,Ucket office Tit tne National

Be Honored With Reception r 4neir wm im Vw yu uu., .v
. The United States ; Ambassador! 12 o'clock. r -. i

H Ifr. Tnlion Fictn MirrinBtrml ..'.v y i. .i ;

will MitWrtain with a recention a .Oocters' Wives Luncheon

Willette, Wiley, Llanes, Bell,' Bra Brady,
dy, Brady, Hanson, Johnson, Martinez,;

Michelson, Ostenso, Pence, urban,
Helsel, White, Pettit, Nichols, liar-

pole, Turlington, Garner, Wells,
Woodraan, Whittington B J a n s s-haft.
haft. s-haft. Brown, Bruce,. Hunt, Math,
eney, Senzer,. White -Zimmerman,

Mitchell, Eastmanv Webb,. Ewald,
Te.n.Erk. Mnrri. .Hantev. Moooi.

iNieosey,- Schork,. Sweeney, Simms,

21S11S, and mbiul. .... i
A very lovely buffet"
table was catered by the Albrook
Officers', Club.
The Doctors' Wiyes' Club wish
to extend to Mrs. Morgan their
thanks and appreciation fpr her
wonderful hospitality,

The Panamanian s Ambassador

tocHonduras, Ernesto;, rabrega,

is spending a Jew days-m f anama.

Mrs. Herman Wltr iSchwir, Jr,
Leaves For New York v :
Mrs. Herman Walter SchuuV Jr.

left. Saturday;,fof fa- two weeks
visit W New York City and Troy,

N.. Y. where she will attend 'the

graduation of her son, Herman

Walter Schull II, from Rensselaer

Polytechnic Insitiuteou naay.
Persntle Family PLAN States
Sid Vacation .

Mr.' and Mrs. H. Perantie will

leave for a States side vacation

in June with tneir lour emmren.

Wedding Announcement
Miss Olga Elena Mattel daught daughter
er daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Mattei
of Medillin, Colombia became the

bride of Justo Fabio Arosemena,

son, of Mr. and Mrs. Justo Fabio
Arosemena of Panama,

The wedding took place at the
Church of Medellm, Medellin, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, on Friday.

Jletiremenf Party For Mr. and

Mrs.' Thomas Breheney .
Guests of honor at a retirement
party at the Elks Home on Balboa
Road will be Mr. andMrs. Thomas
Breheney. The party which will
take place on Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. will be a cocktail buffet.
All those interested in attending
may secure reservations "with the
Elks Club or by contacting Mr.
P. M. Dishroon at 6-391.

tha Embassy residence at La Ores

ta on Tuesday evening in honor
of the new Governor of the Canal
Zone, GeneralWilliam Potter, j

Senior Scoots te Hold
Court ef Awards 1 1
The first annual Court of Awards

of Troop 80, Senior Girl Scouts of

America will be hem on may w
1958; at T at the Balboa
Girt Scout Little House. Parents
and frionds are Invited to attend
this ceremony wich wilh include
nresentation of ear pins to sev

eral girls and' presentation of pins
siimifvinS the completion of the

Fiv. Point Program? mT- Senior
Scouting to those girls' ho t a ve

tarned them, ; T -t
The troo'n has' also Invited mem

bers of the Board of Directors cf

the CaBal Zone Girl scout councu
and all Pacific Side Intermediate
Girl Scouts who wilj be eligible to

k)in a Senior Troop in. tne tail
National Orchestra Concert V
On Monday .... .'

The following Is the program foci

the National Orchestra s concert
that will be played Monday at

the National Theatre, -beginning at

1:15 p.m. - (

sympnony o. uiji-muioi.w.

Felix Mendelssohn

The Doctors' Wives' held their

May Luncheon ,at Morgan's Gar

dens under the snaae 01 uie uomu.
The Navy wives were hostesses
for this affair and include! Mrs.
W. F.:Hanlcy, Mrs. C J. Schork,
Mrs. E. C Sweeney, Mrs. H." J.
Hoons. Jr. and-Mrs. H. J.Niepsey.

New members who were- welcom welcomed
ed welcomed and introduced at the luncheon

included : Mrs. worman K wuey,
wif nf tha newly- arrived Super

intendent at Gorges, Mrs. Winnie

JV0IU. ol Clavton. Mrs. -Carlos

Llanes of Gorgas, ana wrs. jane
Ten-Eck of Albrook Farewell!

xtnded to Mrs. Edwin C,

Sweeney of Nsvyi JWrs. Van Ricb-j
mondbf Gorgas, ian Mrs.; Gene

Lt WhltUngton or .'uayron.vur
sincere best wishes to you all in

your .new stationsv ,13. f 1"!, "1
TCTr' wniiam B. Tucker and Mrs.

Joseph E. Johnson we,re guest? of

Mrs. W.-F. Hanley, Mrs. ..
SHmrt wu the euest of Mrs. J.

Martinei' and Mrs. G K, Mylc Mylc-land
land Mylc-land was the guest of her daught daughter
er daughter Mr F. P. Smith.-"

rinor nrizei included " sliver

hnWi won bv Mrs. K. P. Shirakov.

and grass linen tablecloth won
by Mrs. Harold J. Hoops, Jr, The

toiiowuig meui"' t jiiwim,
Mesdames. Bailey, Cleve, Cosgro:

te. Dousneny, nanniau, nuima,

AndanU cTn motto:' Allegro agi- Pner, Richmond. Wikov,


Ws wish to express sincr thanks to ths many
friends for their telegrams, cards, floral offerings
and expressions of sympathy' during our rscsnt
Charles C. Carter, Mr. tod Mrs.' G; G," Carter,
Cecil, Pearline and Charles Carten ..-.

Diane Cancellier And Barbara
Egofl Ce-Hostesses
At Beta Siema Phi Tea

The last. Beta Sigma Phi meet-i

ing of the season was held en
Wednesday at the some of Diane

Cancellier with Diane and Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Egolf as co-hostesses.

Kelly waino received tne neage
Initiation. President Kay Klontz
officiated, assisted by Jean
Judge. Betty Slaughter, D oris

Leeser, and Ruth Morris, ..
' Betty Slaughter read her re resume
sume resume of Beta Chapters activities
for the past year which will be
sent into; the national magazine,;
The Torch of Beta Sigma Phi.
The committees and the budget
for he coming year were an announced.
nounced. announced. ,' i
The program Chairman introduc introduced
ed introduced Diane Cancellier who gave a
beautiful talk from her own ; ex experiences
periences experiences on Receiving Friend Friendship.
ship. Friendship. She was followed by. Joannp
Reeda whose fine talk was on

living rneposnip. ;

' iTne wnne nepnannwas orouiu
by Diane- pinc,elUcr and won by

Marv Damelsen.: v.- a" -j

'Nancy Ramsey presided at the
iilve,t" service "and refreshments
were enjoyed, hythe. following
members:' Marjon Greene,! Sponsr
or, Kay t Klontz, Diane Cancellier,
Barbara' Egolf, 'Joanne fteccia;
Boots- Mitchell, Jean Judge Jean
Cofifey, Anna May Butcher. .Dons
Leeser, Bett Ogilvie, .Betty
Slaughter, Alice McGsnn, Dorotby
Clausnitzer, KeUy Wainio, Ruth
Morris, and. Mary Damelsea. -The-
next meeting will be .held

in September at tne nome-01 sway

Kjontz in margarua. t

eri Sandra McKay, Outer Observ

er! iMancy Therreu, Recorder;
Frances Paige. Treasurers' Chris

tine Huff,. Choir Director; V K y
Anall MitctAlon "V ..."J..K" ''.-.

, .The Worthv "Advisor dedicated

her term to ,;Love" and chose red
ai" -white as her c6iors V i'
i The Reverend WilUam" W. Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, Vnest of .Saint 'Andrews

LEpis.copal Church delivered r 'an

address using "Love as the

Theme. A f
Balboa Rainbow

1 Mrs. Columbia Reiman, first
Mother Advisor of the Balboa As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, was conducted : through

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' young and old by Eric the Great,,

11:30 ajn. to 3:30 p.m.
in the air-conditioned
boon to late risers this break,
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Choice of complimentary cock cock-'
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watering brunch menu. Music
the organ. Entertainment for

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j e our sensational new trio . i .i
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with CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra for dancing

GEpRGE GODOY plays the piano tonlte 10 p.m. to 2
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sembly Assembly -No. 1, Order of the Bain-.

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Following the Instaiuuon 01 me
worthy advisory Mni M. T. Smith,
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Sue Mable on the piano, :
The installing officers were Dix-

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Advisor; i Captain .ennsuaa oun-i
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May, insUUing. ChapUn.Nancy,j

Therrell, instsUing Recorder; ana
Sue Mable, installing 'Musician. -The
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Diane. Jacobs," Worthy Associate
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Raymsr Phpne 25-3700 even- try Sedan, Ferdamatic, WR&H F0R SALE' 21 RCA televi-
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. Ballrm Dene. Cmrrs- ' ' '
es for pre-teens end teenagers, ' FOR SALE: Pedigreed Cocker
I6V1 hr. leuons and free dance FOR SALE; Must- sell 1948 Spaniels, 12 weeks, $50.00 each
book for only $10.00. Claisas Chevrolet Convertible, white snlV n,,M ewners free pedi
, will be held en Saturday Only aide well tires, $350.00 Frigi- re AKC Registered. 6348 Los'
' starting June 9th. Register new deire Gen. Moter, $75.00, .4 Ktol 'h0la Blboe 1717.
by calif eg Balboa 2T4239 or burner gas range, $25.00. All coo ai r. u r ...
Panama 3-l660v-H.rnert fr i very Joed condition. 43rd St ffi-T ""JT
Dunn,. 1.133 Bell Vist TV aleeeer atw, $2S
A i r 3969 C. ,lk Vii J' 'i9'l Pn'ee $55.00. 1 PhonJ i
, V Suy. 3-1024, 2-4902. i 1
Social on A Other, : f0R SALIs To "'"
f If Kythermit FOR SALEI954 Ford T f"- b-W-
(Contlnued From Pafe FIVE) 2-door sedan, W-S tires, radio f''l Meted lr Juan
' seat covers, $850.00 cash, can : ",nM R,e T'- The speciifce-
tl,-. ...-vi , be financed. Teleehena 3.1024 f10" the bid mey be obtain-
?tS1i,lld pl:esented Wlth 2-4902. 24' 'e of charge, the Pan
bouquet of flowers. f Amerieen Life Insurance Co. in
Cllarter members of the as- Central Avenue number 11.
sembly were presented behind the 'OK SALE: Ford Station Wagon
Bow for introduction. with' overdrive, radio, under- FOR SALE: AKC registered
' Dixie Lee Stoudnor was conduc- 41,000 miles, in top con- Cocker Spaniels 4 weeks old.
ted through her "Last Journey" i,ion. $950.00 Btmdix Ecen- Gerard. Ortega St. No, 4, Tel.
and was presented with a bouquet "' eutomatie washing ma- -445B. ,. y.
of flowers by the assembly.,. "!". $75.00, Phone Quarry .... ...
AH mothers present were pre-ff Heights 2232 until 4 p.m., $171 Heln WnntPfl t
sented with a carnation in honorf '. f 1CIK "anrcu
of Mother'g Day. j. 1 w .. tm ,t
The Assembly Room was beau- W SALiinllt . ? '.T
tifully decorated and carried l Z uL iTfTiTf tlence. Tel. 3-3254.
iSJA ZiSfJi "LP WANTEDS A reliabl.
m7ri j& P?J ?Si freSb; "w '" $U50.00. t'dwerklBf elderly ceupU from
ments were served m the Banquet Call Pt. Clayton 4243. Br, ''"a possessions to
HaU - 1 take cere ef Chalet end gardens.
, cab sAlr. teaa j i. ''" auertere, ne mls. Wash-'
tetovm; s?s
Sarcastic Decision ?

From Aroused Judge
Aroused by a near miscarriage of
justice m me convicuon oi a deer
stayer, federal Judge Gen C. Daw Daw-kins,
kins, Daw-kins, Jr., used a pen dipped in
acid to draw a clear line of de
marcation between a fawn and a
A tiny tempest tn a tinier tea.
pot nas brought forth here all the
ponderous powers of the federal
government mounted on a Clydes
dale with lares and penates flying
in hot pursuit of a private citizen
who 'shot a full grown deer in a
national forest," Judge Dawkins
wrote.. '.' .-. .
The crux of Judge Dawkin'i Ire
and consequent masterful squelch
was the conviction of Alvin Dow Dow-den
den Dow-den of Kisatchie, La., for killing a
"fawn" in a federal fovea t in
December. 1953. ..:"; .sv; ..
J-ooislana law, defines, i fawn is
uw& wiui uuiua iesa uiuu uiree
lucues wng ana says mat no
persons shall take any fawn at any
Biologically he was a buck, not
a fawn.'V Dawkins wrote, "His
handicap was one only of having

10 ugnt tor me affections of the cently," and if there's any inter inter-distaff
distaff inter-distaff side," thus wearing dowa'ference with delivery, a carrier
his boney plummage, . does not have to keep on trying to

wot content with embarrassing
defendant by this prosecution ant
puuing mm 10 some inconvenience
and the expense of employing
counsel, the government has com
pounded calumny by calling the
poor dead creature a fawn.
"Unlike other voune bucks who
coma prime their points in the for.
est glades or the open meadows,
this poor fellow was foredoomed
to bide his head in shame.
some queer quirk of na
ture's caprice, he had no horns.
only nubbins, less than an inch in
"Instead or a quietly private
imerment ana a rest in peace.
which decency should havel
dictated, tne government has piled
his blushing head in evidence and
notonety ior all to see.
"Pointing to the lack of points
to prove its point, it ( government H
now insists that whatever bis sta
tus may have been in other
climes, in Louisiana our departed
friend is officially puerile.
"Finally and ; inexorably .Jury
trial having been formally waived,
and that expense at least avoided,
nimrod baa been heard and he is
found not wanting.
Judge Dawkins entered the case
and comments in the U.S. court
records, freed Dowden and passed
on to other equally pressing legal

Let Nature Do lb

Gets Through; But Oh, Those Dogs!

"Neither snnw nnr nl.
neat, nor gloom of night stays
these couriers from the swift com completion
pletion completion of their appointed rounds."
Herodotus (484,424 B.C.)
ANAinmur ri, tim
wnen- ueroaoius, famous Greek
historian, nraiswt tho nnmnui.
of today's mailmen some 24 cen
turies ago, be apparently reckoned
wunout uogs. ur perhaps things
weren't as doggy then.
Right bow the couriers 'nf Hip
post office Jn Anaheim am nn to
uieir cnees m uogs. Ana rosimasj
ter. -louis HosJcms wafni that.if
fowners don't somehow straitjaokpt
ineir nounds; they'll find they po
longer have, mail deliveries, v
"ItV not stopping service Just
like that ; Hoskinst said. '"But
there have"' been. an alarm Inslv
high number of carriers bitten re-
get the mail through. This applies
, ,
iu me auii nazara.
Hoskins pointed out that owners
of dogs are liable for torn nants
ana skin and any other damage
their pets might inflict onjederal
"This whole thine is a serious
matter." he said. "It's always
been a problem, and my solution
would be to have the carrier sup supplied
plied supplied with dog food or small bits
of hamburger I'd even pay for it
as a trial. But this wasn't well re
ceived by the carriers. :
.' No one known why does seem
to dislike carriers. We. think it
may be due to the uniform or the
mailbag. The satchel on a man's
back may make him seem differ.
ent to a dog. Anyhow, they dont
use maumen. iff
; Hoskins said this problem, is
growing because Anaheim is grow
ing so rapidly. More houses, more
people and. of course, more dogs.
Carriers have no protective
clothing nor do they carry- any
weapon, he said. But he added.
"I'd be very tempted to kick any
aog mat attacked, ine.
- tiosKins said, the situation is so
serious that be has delegated do?
oite matters to Asst Postmaste?
Marshall N, McFie.. It's sort of a
new aepanment,, ne said.
McFie has no answer as to -why
aogs aisuke, mailmen,

Vorst-US Mail

"1 can't -think like a rlmr tn T
don't know," he said. "But the
blame is. the owner's. The doc
merely protects his property
'"It's the substitute who reallv
catches it. The regular carrier is
lorewarned, but while the poor sub
is trying to find a house number.
uie og traps mm. .
jncrie saia ue situauon wax
serious and that the nost offiee
was "losing patience with owners
wno let ineir dogs run loose." ;
He figures that if he can keen
his own dog from biting the hand
that delivers his mail, then other!
aog owners can

vpy "".; B,u-:ber coat, boots and other para.
He a a son of a mm ha d takeinhan.ii. tvnnkf .nr

yard. fv
Volunteers Do A-l
Job For Veterons
veterans Administration's 176
hospitals and doraiciliaries ob
served the 10th anniversary of the
establishment of the VA Voluntary
service last monm. t
The "organization took ". wot? on
April 13, 1946, to coordinate activ activities
ities activities of those who freely give time,
effort and money- for hospitalized
ex-servicemen. -
i The VA said the volunteers ar
complish for the vets what busy
professional staffs are unable
to do,; -i:;.;" ; -v :x -..
An average of 86,000 Dersons'a
month, working on a regularly
scheduled basis, help in the hos hospitals.
pitals. hospitals. They carry on recreational
activities, nursmg, rehabuitiation,
and social service work. . .v
The volunteers served 5.600.000
hours during 12 months just end
ed. This was a jump of 4ft per
cent in tne number of hours worked
10 years ago. And the VAVS is
sua expanding.
In recent months the organiza
tion announced a new program
called "Planning for Patient Dis Discharge."
charge." Discharge." Volunteers a s i I s t in
smoothing the way back to normal
community living for about-to-be-discharged


ATTENTION & LI Just built
modem furnished apart meats, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold watt) a.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished,
modern apartment I 1 b a d -room,
living room, dining room,
kitchen. For 3 months, June 1st'
to August 31st. Phono Panama
'3-4868. ;
FOR RENT t Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: .2' bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, 2 bathrooms, etc.,. m
Bella Vista. Phone 3-6097, 2-
2504.'- ..'-',- .. ,.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room, with bath, largo
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened, 25
square meters insida apartment
for laundry, drying and Ironing,
larg. closets, garage House No.
5, Eusebio A, Morales Ave. in
El Cangrejo, corner house. Phono
Panama 3-0579 -t;
FOR RENT .Apartment unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, 2 bedrooms, maid'
room, 2 laths, sitting-dining
rooms, porch, garage, $110.00.1
in exclusive 'El Cangrejo" on 6
St. No. 2, building "Caracas".,
See Da Castro, Avenue "8" No.
9-42. phona 2-1616; 4" 4
FOR RENT: i- Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2 bedroomt, mart's
room,, X baths, sitting-dining
rooms, porch, garage, $100.00,
in Bella Vista,. N. Oborrio St.
Ne. 23,' building AnayansL See
D. Castro, Avenue "B" No. 9-
42, phono 2-1616; -. .
FOR R ENT Newly fumuhad
and unfurnished apartments'. Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartment 1 0th.. Street
No. 8061. Phono 86, Colon."
FOR RENTr Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $60.00. Via. Perras, TeL
3-2568. '.
; FOR RENT: Attractive, very
modern one bedroom apartment,
hot water, Just half block off.
Via Espana nor El Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Call 3-3421. :
FOR RENTr 2 bedrotm apart.
i. meat, Hvina room, dinin. room.
kitchen. 13th St. San Franciaca,
Via Perras. Phone J-2457.
, POR RENTr Modern twobed-
room apartment in Bella Vista.
51st. St. No. 42. Call Zubieta.
Tel. 3-3337. .,., .-y
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a-;
partment, private entrance. Love-.
ty residential section. . Large
I living-room, dining-room, two
! bedrooms, two baths. Maid's
quarters. Locked garago. Call
Panama 3-0873 botweea 12-2.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bod bod-room
room bod-room apartment, 3-6 months be beginning
ginning beginning Juno 1 6-July 1st. Tel.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment, g a r a g
crooned. Fenced yard." Call
Cooper, Camboa 6-206.
70-Year-OId Fire
Buff Ever Alert
oaoeue wngni is marnea to a posti
office employe. But she might just
1 11 sir s x j.
ai weii ne wea to a fireman.
For her husband, J. Jay (Shorty)
Wright, is Buffalo's number one fire
buff., If there s a multiple-alarm
blaze anywhere in the city, the
fire-fighters are almost sure Wright
will be one of the first on the
helps battle the flames, wherever
needed. '
'."I've been chasing fires since I
was a boy in Pittsburgh, anch-I'll
keep it up as long as I'm able,"
said the diminutive Wright, who
admits to 70 year but looks much
younger. ,, .--: -y
A fire-fichter for a time In Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh and Baltimore, Wright was
unable to loin the fire department
here, because his five-foot, four-
inch figure didn t measure up to
minimum requirements. So for
nearly two score years he been
an unofficial fire-fighter, in Buff alo,
-When home. Wright always keeps
an ear tuned to the fire radio in
hia bedroom. When a second alarm
sounds; he's off and running: It
took Airs. Wright some time to get
used to his dashing off, but it's
become old hat. -Wrieht
is held in high esteem
by firemen. .i Members of Buffalo
.... W 1 SUM
f irefighters Association, ucu au,
plan to make hint an honorary
member oi the organization one
of the few persons, to win such
recognition, v
(UP) Edward F. Cote, 20, drove
to town court to face .traffic viola-
tion charges and as result was,
fined an extra $100. Cote was ar
rested on charges of speeding and

driving while his license was uiwinch foil at which point the fo0'

der suspension. When, he stepped
jfrom his car in front of the court-'jhe

nouse, ne was re-arrestea ana:
slapped with ', another charge of
driving under suspension. Total
fines $225.


.FOR RENT: la new concMa
building, space for office, beau beauty
ty beauty parlor, or commercial, la ex-'-
elusive "El Ceng refs", on Ar Ar-4
4 Ar-4 gantiaa Avo house "Monte- -"
rrey. See 0. Cart re, Avenue B,
9-42, phona 2-1616.
FOR RENT.- One or two rooms
'furnished, newly painted in pri pri-'
' pri-' veto bouse on Via Espana near
El Panama Hotel. References re required.
quired. required. Call Panama 3-1566.
LOST. Diamond sapphire gold
earring in Ancon J St. area or
Balboa Theater, Reward. Phone
Balboa 2-1759.

Veteran Explorer Finds Wild
Spots Have Some Good Points

trips to the South American Ama Amazon
zon Amazon country and a like number
into African wilds should qualify
businessman-explorer Lewis Cot
tow to regard civilization with an
objecUve eye.;. v; ; ;x:t
One of his conclusions Drimitive
tribes are "bettetmannered" than
their so-called civilized brethren.
Furthermore, ulcer-prone Ameri
cans could well copy the natives'
"being satisfied with what you ve
got" philosophy.
uouow, a park Avenue in
surance agent: is his own worst
risk when itchy feet get the best
of him. A recent trip to Africa
resulted m his latest fuu.length
film,' "Zanzabuku." Its nationwide
premiere, shot w 1 1 h the only
weapon Cotlow, carries eamera
brought him. nert where he was
Cotlow. a member of theXnlor-
ers Club and past-president d me
Adventurers Club, can wax nostal
gic, about the wonders of the wild
especially When compared with
subway lite in his native habitat
of New York City. ;
Seme Similarities
"Civilized man hasn't got all the
answers by A long shot." he em-
when tendme to his msurancel
business between jaunts, Cotlow
misses most the "fantastically
beautiful scenery" and the "peace
and serenity" or safari life.
"It s really something to pitch
your tent, lie looking skyward at
cumulus clouds while wild animals
of every-description are grazing
within a biscuit-toss ; of you," he
;. : ,'..;...,:-.. ,....'L v'. '! If
Cotlow does find some similar!
tier between t r i ra 1 1 i v e and
civilized man. He said a pygmy
baby's gurgle;, brings the -same
happy response from his j u n g 1 e
parents as it would., here; He
added that a headhdnter making
a complicated blowgun is just -as
flattered at interested attention as
is a businessman showing off his
stamn collection. vv
Cotlow,-of .medium height with
his dark hair just beginning to
thin, admits he looks more like an
insurance man than an explorer.
But be keeps himself in good
enough trim so that he loses only
about 10 pounds when he hits the
jungle trail, , '.-sJw
'.i:'4;.'"lf .''; Ne-' Arms yy
Bachelor Cotlow,' who has never
found a woman with all the neces necessary
sary necessary attributes for safari life, car
ried firearms oa his forays only
once. That was when he was or
dered to do so by police officials
during the Mau Mau uprisings.
He decided against arms after
his first trip in 1937 to Africa. At
that time authorities forbade car
rying arms into gorilla country,
where he was headed, fearing ex
tinction of the animals.
Cotlow shed hia gun and "had
myself a ball" escaping one goril gorilla
la gorilla charge in such panic "I couldn't
have been more frightened without
losing consciousness."
He decided that "photographing
lions, hippos and other big gsme
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' D ANBURY. Conn. (UP)
Sheet aluminum is being produced
so fine that it would take 12 layers
in Minal thn nvcrara 1iamtpp nf
human hair.
- Republic Foil and Metal Mills
Co. does the job with a sheet of
aluminum .025 of an inch thick.
The plant rolls It down to a .00017-
lis more than 100 times longer than
original sheet' ?
engineers poimea out tntt it
the minimum thickness the foil is
thinner than the finest strand of,
Upider.web. 4


PHILLIPS Ocooaaido Cottages,
. Saatsi Clara. Spa 435, Balboa.
Pbono Panaase) 3-1877. Crista Crista-'
' Crista-' fcal 3-IC73. :.:.s.'.-;'i:,-.,..v-.
beach keuto. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866 : ,
N Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' plywood dock dock-od
od dock-od boat, akin diving .quipment,
. roda and reels, sanitary ref opera-.
tor 25-cycbt, $20.00. Gamboa
6-495. ... v
15 "board fishing beat With
or without trailer.. Compkrtaly
quipped. Balboa 6347.
j FOR SALE: 21 foot Gaff-riggtd
sailboat. Call Or, Anderson Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6310.
would be pink tea" after that ex
perience ana has shunned euna
BU1C.B. '.v. : .....
Thecamera.tntinc rnW At
. m
his first taste of world, travelling
over JO years ago when, at the
age m a, ne was employed to in
spect narbors and: establish UIS.
trade routes for the U.S. Shipping
Board. Ever since, he's been ex exploring
ploring exploring the countries he saw then
omy irom tne periphery." t
About the nnlv nla Ra ha
been( now ; Tibet and Asiatic
He's 'flirtiriB with th n
trying to make such a trip but
fears Russians would not cooper-
?. v l r,ie M wants to
"avoid political situation tmi
auca. wn nature. :


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f Ilouses

FOR RENT: Vacation Quartern-
June 15 -to September I. Cem- J
pletely furnished house, kitchen, j
dining and living-room, 3 bed-
noma ana air-conditioned, "2 f.
baths, maid's quarters, large
yard, garage. Located Sella Yis-
ta. Phone 3-6757.
FOR RENT-Furnished Chalet,
2 bedrooms, living room, dining '
;room, porch, kitchen, garage.
Samuel Lewis St. No. 4, facing
Viskayina. Telephone 3-2795.
FOR RENT Chalet .2 bed-
rooms, tails M No. 27 Saa
Francisco. TeL 2.1 786. ;
FOR RENT: SmaO house, ana
Bbdldrcsutim. mmj KlHisaaa aausaM LatSln 4
... . oa v
and kitchen. TeL 2-2175
FOR RENT: Furnished heuS.
at Westwoed Farm. Available
Juno 10th. Apply Wastwood 1
Farm. .
Eyel8$l For kn ".
m In CelilorrJa ;

In California there's an biterestint
study being made to determine,
whether potential hunters' have; f
the necessary vision to be Safe is
the field. v. ; ft
Some 525 members of the' Call (
fornia Cadet Crops from 143 high,
schools -' have undergone eye" eye"-checks.
checks. eye"-checks. -The tests were a Cooperai
five idea conducted bjr the state
optometric association,' the cade( i
corps and 'the California Depart
mept of Jish and ,Game. . t

L The 'testi'igive e
I :n i . i r i ... :
wui. uc auKmoniEQ oy luruier iesif
on a broader range to be gives in
June at, the state cadet jencsmp
ment at Camp San Luis Obispo,
Factors checked Included .ability
to -see, ...depth perception, sidi ."
vision and (color vision.. -
.v" .'..W. V.
. t a'
4 'r r, -v.
for applicationa -;
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I Careful Attention
1 Honesty ,"'
"Because we give rapid lanrlea,!
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Her we do not try to fool any anyone,
one, anyone, our prices art just and at
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Andy Russell, In
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Jane Wyman ft Charlton Heston, in
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Joan Collins, in
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Velvet Swing
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Isthmian Actor, Ex-Serviceman
,. ;.r;-'ri- -.-1.' A v Vv:,.. -.. v-""; ; t ,: r

Makes Good As Lead In Off-

Although Robert Loggia ean hardly be considered a 'local,
bey, h is well remembered by Isthmian theatre-goers as a
bright young actor who appeared on Panama and, Zone stages
two years ago.- .. ''.; '$' ' .Jfc!
i No at last, alter two years' of hard work in summer stock,
appearances rn minor stage roles as well as numerous televi television
sion television stints, Bob has come into his own.-v .. --
Earlier this week he : opened at the off-Broadway Cherrf
Lane Theater as the lea4 in Nebon Algren's "The Man With
' aw r a11a Arm

Bob' Loggia,



In 'Private Lives'

Tuesday's edition of the New
York Herald Tribune, has critic

Walter F Kerr purring:
"Robert J. Loggia is the actor
; tiven a chance to sweat out the
torments, the violent thrashings,
and the anguished self-recrimination
of the war-hero card-dealer
who cant break a habit be
hates. The big, obviously meaty
'scenes are fine.-' ,.
But Mr. Loggia's measure as
actor fa best takes during a po police
lice police inquisition, as he stands in
a harsh white light at the eJge
of the stags sparring with a
snarling voice at the back of the
auditorium. As this victim's
eyes contradict what he is say saying,
ing, saying, flash in fear at the mention
of a wrong word, dull, in terror
as he realize he has given him himself
self himself away, a complete mental
history is brilliantly spelled out.
.. As his cripped). complaining,
yet emotionally greedy wife,
Peggy Feury manages the near near-miracle
miracle near-miracle of making this girl ev every
ery every bit as intolerable as she
must be to set the story going,
yet a clear, suffering, hali-sym-pathetie
creature in her own
risht. It curionft, wonderfully
effective balance.



Loggia as Bock in Born Yesterday

Brooks Ainson of the New cently released and starring Frank

York Times says that Robert Log
eia's role as a handsome swag

gering heri of the underworld who

loses his sou 10 arugs was weu

i feveraf tetfeVers'on 'hNew
York scene nraise Jack Kfrkland's

adaptation of the. Algren novel
elBimine that the author, felt

"much happier" about Kirkland's
adaptation for the stage, than he

felt about the movie version re-i

Luana Lee, Promising Newcomer

Everybody In Spin

For 'Spirit' Prop"

Most popular film prop In War-

us lurnea out 10 oe a ivti mono mono-riane.
riane. mono-riane. Everybody -wants the Spir-

t of St. Louis when the studio.

tompteted shooting the Cinema
Jcopel,filntV',ti,r VJi '., i"

Request for. th' pfane Ha ar e

tomfSTaiQ' Jur, torce or related
irfanwations. private air Eroups,

lirplane factories, and several

nunicipal airporw. coin vny ana
U Bourget airports- lh" Paris have
-ut in bids for QW pTario' 'wltli the
iromise- of rowoVriat eeffiWd-

lies. The'oewAlf Fotce'Academyi

it Colorado Springs ants it, so
loes the- Air. Force Museum at
Sayton, and the' municipal airport

B St. JiOUiSY-'.- '. -"iv-- "Cf

Actually, threei replicas -of -'the
Lindbergh Ryan plane all opera-

ue-nave oeen duik tor ine opw
t of St. Louis. the Leland Hay

rani production. At a figure, inci-

lentally, considerably more than
lie $10,000 it cost Lindbergh's

lackers to build the original,

Neither Hayward i nor Warner
Iros. Jias decided what disposition
lo make of the planes, the original
f which hangs in the Smithsonian

institution in Washington, u, u
'- m mnii
By Rail Clams;
Better For You A J

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cial commercial fishermen here claim that
tlams should always' be shipped
ly rail, if possible never by
boat f .

It seems the steady vibration set

lp in a rolling freight car keeps
Iht clam's, mouth tightly closed,
tealing in the natural moisture.
The fishermen: claim that when

thipped by boat, the gentle rock

mg motion lulls

kappy state of

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Luana Lee "walked" into a film

career when she took a job as
messenger at the M-G-M. studios.

It was producer Arthur freed

who saw screen possibilities in her
and arranged for Gene Kelly not
only to. star in a test with; Luana
but also to direct it. The result
a contract plus a role in "It's Ai Aiwa
wa Aiwa vs Fair Weather," starring Kel

ly with Freed producing. Next, she

tor decided dancing was lob stren strenuous
uous strenuous for the little girl.
"What he didn't know,',' Luans
admits, "is that I used to prac practise
tise practise all the dance steps I h a d
learned over and, over again in my
room. Maybe I didn't dance at
school any more, but I made up
for it at rhome.'f j
When her parents left California

for Detroit to open their


Loggia was active in the Thea

tre Guild during- his tour of duty

on the isthmus witn the U.S. Ar

my. He appeared in "The Voice of

we Turtle., with lhe Zona gtouu.

Later ne turned ms talents to towards
wards towards organising a theatre
group of his own, and together
with another serviceman, form formed
ed formed the Circle Players. The small
group of thespians, performing
at Hotel El Panama offered English-language
drama to Panama
residents and tourists for the
first time and had several suc successful
cessful successful runs In the Renublic

Loggia starred in many of the

Circle Players' productions, a-

mong thenv "Private "Lives,
"Born Yesterday." 'and "Bell.

Book and Candle." . j

A native of Staten Island. New

York, Loggia left here two years
ago with intentions of pursuing an
acting career. -


West Newbury's annual town

report has a new look. For the

first time there is an illustration

on the cover. The sketch by Stan

Snow-New Hampshire artist known

for his drawings of covered bridges,

depicts the town s 115-year-old town
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Erskittt Johnson

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) i-Close-ups
and Longshots: Phil Silvers
may never recover from beinc
roasted on the Hollywood Friars
barbecue spit. Usually dishing it

out as TV's sgt. BUko, fbu was

the club's honor euest at a Toast-

master dinner but by the time the
dessert arrived, he'd lost his

stripes. ; ,;.

Toastmaster George Jessel, who

said he d rather be it i nice tu

neral,- hailed Phil as a "transient

triumph in the newest and least

of the arts." Then the best co comedians
medians comedians in the business gave Phil

the business.

x Parkyakarkus (Harry Einstein)

paid tribute to "Sid Silvers" for

his "big hit on the radio playing

Senator Bilbo." George Burns said
he went tq the dentist before the
dinner "because I like clean .teeth

while I'm. telling dirty jokes."

Milton Bene wired r nu:

"I m In New York conducting a
house-to-house search for my old

ratina." : '

Jack bbenny referred to Phil as
"television's number one comic
this season," and then cautioned

him about success, saying:

"Even Stalin was popular for

three months.

Phil was beaming when the
Friars picked up his check but he
had to admit: "This has been my

year, so far. But I guess it s start starting
ing starting downhill as of tonight.'

A Cinerama Camera Crew was
on location at Eniwetok for the
U.S. hydrogen bomb test. The se sequence
quence sequence will be used ; in "The
Eighth Day," a full-length feature
about atomic energy . Legal
eagles for Hairy James squashed

a Las Vegas hotel's claim against
him for gambling' defaults while

he was an entertainer there ,
Terrv Moore landed her first mov

ie role since her :marriage in
"The Day; the Century 'Ended."

. . Liz Taylor and MGM are

about to call it a' day on a term
contract. She'll be signed lor only
one. a year a la Lana Turner.
Lana'a beams these days are over
hero ne-pkture deal at UJ. She'll
collect close to $300,000 cash plus

50 per cent of the proms .

Sign in a Hollywood record shop

window: vkock r n iww 6puu




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First movie about, reincarnation

o hit the screens will be "The
Livmo Idol," now being edited in
Mexico City by Producer Al Lew Lew-in.
in. Lew-in. Theme of the film is Plato's
luotstlon, "the soul can wear out
many bodiei." Hi to, B ride y
Murphey. ; .x,-.. -;
Old movies never die note: "All
Quiet On the Western : Front,"
banned by Mussolini, Il being
shown in Italy for the first time

and making a mint.




"The Man With the Golden
Arm" has vindicated Otto Prem.
inger's contention that the "self "self-regulatory"
regulatory" "self-regulatory" film production code,
which denied the picture a seal of

approval, is actually narrower

man oinciai censorship.. :
"Arm" has played unexpurgated
in the five states and some 15
cities having active censorship ex except
cept except Maryland. One cut was asked
there but Premiqger refused to
make It.
Howard Keel's sense of humor
is tickling London scribes. When
his press agent told them that
Howard does more than just stand
in front of a mike and sing in his
act, he quipped:
"She's right. I also shift from
foot to foot."

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M.-W. V. Boj4 II, Vict rrMidtnt ef Boy Brother nd Mr. rarrfo MufioS-'
Senior Salennan thowa the. Illcea Boyd Brotriers prior Is delivery oriwvcni
HurrouKhi Seralnutlc eemtmbif mehinct whlrh will bt e by-lie f&.him
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The seven Burroughs F-503 Sensimatic Accounting machine
pictured above will be used by the Finance Section of the United United-States
States United-States Army Caribbean for their integrated finance and fiscal;
accounting and stock fund and financial Inventory accounting.
The use of these. Burroughs machines will save the armtj
thousands of dollars a year. The machines carry nineteen aimuU
taneous totals and are expected not only to save inconsiderable
amount of money but also to cut to a fraction thctime needed
to prepare the armv's accounting records, j i 'i iS
The analysis of the accounting proceedures and the rec
commendation of the installation of the mschir wa m-H hyJ
Boyd Brothers, Inc., the local representatives of the Burroughs Burroughs-Corporation.
Corporation. Burroughs-Corporation. v r Commercial)

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Tha screen

efianaina vet. Now it's Cinema

Scope in gorgeous BLACK AND

WHITE. Until now. Fox has been
using and leasing CinemaScope,
for color only.

Night Club ? Comedian Buqay

Hackett will make a bid lor iv

in a series titled, "itanicy.

There's talk that Max Lieoman
will direct . Dennis Day and
NBC are calling it a day in Au August.
gust. August. Dennis is bitter about land landing
ing landing the proper TV show to display
hi talpnts. He wants to do

musical shows, i not farce .com
edies. ......

BUFFALO, N Y. (UP) Can Can-isius
isius Can-isius College is planning to ini initiate
tiate initiate a program of family allow

ance grants for lay teaching mem members
bers members starting next Sept. 1.
Canisius, it was understood, will
only be the third such institution
in the country to operate this type
of system. The funotion consists
ftf navinir Mfartf momliAP nt irtA

lfkir t aAi,1fi.aMMi,illir Cl Mta ,n4

in Aavu.iJ muiiun,! fim v.vt fiiiu
above his contract payment for
each child in his family 17 years
old or younger.
"The administration felt that in
the important work of educating

and training the future leaders of

i-nrlnettu anrl hitcinoeo tnaihnrB

steppe a Would be able to perform more ef

ficiently if they were .not impeded
bv the strain and cares of insuf

ficient Income for their children,"
said the Very Rev." Philip E. Dob Dob-son,
son, Dob-son, Canisius president.


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3:50 6:10
Showing MONDAY!

will be seen as a slave girl in; dramatic and dancing school, Lua

Kismet." Both are CinemaScope ina again shone as star pupil. She

musicals in color with Perspecta! played the title role of "Heidi".forl

Stereophonic, Sound.

The theatre, however, Isn't ex exactly
actly exactly new to Luana. She was
lust eight weeks old when she
amde her first. appearance on a
stage, at Hollywood's Academy
Theatro in the Christmas Pa Pageant,
geant, Pageant, as the-Christ Child.
Luana was born in Pasadena;

California. She entered the famous

Meelin Kiddies Professional

School before she could walk. Her

'parents, Ernest and Dorothy Mehl-

the clam into a, berg, were teachers at the school
relaxation. The and Luana was one of their star

happy clam opens his mouth, loses' piip'ts. There she studied -both
hit fiiiM and arrives it the market daneins and dramatics until she

a less than perfect comiiliou. was seven when their family 'doc-

the Detroit Civic Players.- and fol

lowed this with the lead in "Alive
in Wonderland," "Little Women"
and other classics.
In 1049, the three returned to
California where Luana entered
Hollywood High School, the shrine
of all theatrically-minded young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. For it was at Hollywood
High that another pretty teen-ager
won her chance i world-w i d e
farqe Lana Turner.. Like all the
other girls and boys it Hollywood
High, Luana kept a fan picture of
Lana tacked to her desk. She still
has a fan picture of Lana. but now

it is tacked to the door of her

' ,resting-room, only a few Steps a
way-fronr Lana herself."

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Cornel WrLDE : Anne FRANCIS

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2-Ugged Hound
Still A-Runnin'
NORFOLK Va (UP) Abra Abra-ham
ham Abra-ham Wilson owns a two-legged dog
that runs rabbits.
Bob, a three-year-old Walker

nouna.-iost ms leittrom ,ieg aneri

a car hit him. He had barely
learned to hunt on three legs when
his left hind leg was caught m a
trap and bad to be amputated at
tht thigh.
The hound has trouble getting to
his feet from a lying position, but
once up be can outrun a man.









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Sunday, May 27, 195 Monday, May ti. 19S(

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4 00 Carry Moore ,'C.-
,4:30 Robwt J. Lewil
4:48 ArthUf Codftey Time
5 OU Leave It lo the Girl
i :30 Contest Carnival
1:00 Panorama
I 00 December Bride
7:J0 Beat the Ctaev
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2:30 Damon Runyon Theater
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5:00 Hallmark Hall ef Fame
5:30 Cavalcade el America ;

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15 Dinah Shore Show
6:30 American forum
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,1:30 TV Reader! Dleest
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' f :00 Appointment with
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:38' Phil Silvers Show
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Riaui Choices

Tracks Best Natives

Native champion Riquf

Jh Joan Franco race track's best local breds post post-waraTand
waraTand post-waraTand also in the mntnels in the $3,000 added
seven f urlbflj; RaulJEspinosa Classic this afternoon.
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Despite his poor -'.recent JPfPfenJ Naraniazo and lOf lor three-

formances, Kiqui hmf tepetrediy
nroven in the cast thaf .be is more
than a match for any native Be
cause of this he will unaouDieaiy
go off the big mutuebF favorite toj
add anotner iropny ,.P oa jiucj
purse to his owner toff er.t;
, Coral and Tmgat,2issh Jfrom
mnt imnraisivo victories. Will
most likely push; Kiqui is the bet-
ting. Don Pastor,' aespiw tourron-j
anoutiv triiunohs. and Naraniazo
will be the rank. outsiders because
they are many classes; below tne
outers in ine iraci nwiuivappci
tini? Dnn Brieido mild be dan
gerous U he, fDrge4ractwu-;j
aw, -:
. .. .. i,-.vt sk.-
, Riqui, with rtyitt fcer For For-Vnande
Vnande For-Vnande Alvarez1 in- the saddle
should be close enough to the
-ace to me to the loedors In
the final quarter then draw euti
In the clooiiw-atndee n wire
tote 123 pound rat compared yd
121 eack c ourwrHl Coral
Double mnucppet;
, Frank fenatra, in .!
" RdbertjTaylor," in
. GeorgejRfdntfomery, la
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To Beat

will lead a field of
year-olds Don Brigtdo, Tingat
and Don
Pastor. RiquL 'is.- Jfiv
-Alfredo Vasquezwtu tto
tag aboard CoraL Vasquel is the
track s leading rider-this semest
er and also wotf that honor during
both semestera last year. He
should greatly1 enhance the
chances of the Stud Tanara star.
Tingat, a. colt which improves
100 per cent for classic events,
could, take it all under toe eu
penenced handling of the veteran
Cristian Rebolledo. The Haras
Carinthia colt is in excellent shape
Don Brieido, a hard running son
of former track champion Tames-
is, figures to be well backed in the
mutuels and could stage an upset
victory if he- gets off to a good
start and is in a running mood.
BJai Aguirr wi!T do the booting
on the itua (juiteno hope.
Speedy Con Pastor will be rid rid-dotv
dotv rid-dotv lsy fast Improving Braulio
Baoia. Don Pastorwlll most like- i
ly sot the pace for-ot least a half
anile- before rolinqoifhlnj. v
Karanjazo', ao ih-and-outefl does
npi ngure 10 give nia opponents
much trouble, especially with Se-
gund Carvajal slated to ride, him,
i4vaat,ctissle-mVi "bemg'
run in honors Juan Jfreanco; pio
neer Raul ...Espinosa. who -now
resides m California. Members of
th Espmosa family 'will be the
honored, guests of the Juan franco
track -management' for the after-
Opta Higntly from
1:00 p.m.
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Charles Likes Work



NEW YORK (NBA) -When Ez-
zard Charles fights these nights-
it could be in Edmonton, Alberta,
or at New York's St Nicholas Are
na the routine is about the same.
rCharles -will push himself through
10 rounds with some kid and in en
he'll sit down in the dressing room
and listen 7 as people whisper to
Tom Tannas- his manager; "It's
shame he is still fighting. You
better make him auit."
To this.' -Charles has -one plaus
ible retort.
'People paid their way ih here
tonichtJ' he'U say. "I got paid.
R'tmy living ... been my living
for 19 years. Take an ordinary
man when he gets along in years.
'He shouldn't have to work,'
oeoole sav. The man may, think
so. too. But every morning at 8
O'clock the mn isJback, in the, mine
pi wnertver ne; nas p ko hi sci u.
What else can he do?" v f
' Eiiard looks at it this way. He
has not taken any extraordinary
abuse while fighting of late. One
rieht hand punch by Johnny Hoi-
man flattened him and Hurricane
Jackson mauled him twice. But
he wasn't seriouslv hurt. -' 1
So why, the former heavyweight
champion asks, should he pass up
paydays just to please people who
think he should have retired after
his second bout with Rocky Mar-
& own three six-family apart
ment houses in Cincinnati," he
saysi, "I could make myself $150 $150-1200
1200 $150-1200 a week running them. But
I've got to have more in life than
just chasing' around and collecting
"Writers alwavs used to say I
didn't like to fight. That's ridicuL
ou.k Used' to burn me up. I like
fighting it's;; wy-business."
In II bouts irteo his eight round
K(V bv MarciattCirt 1954, Charles
has grossed approximately $57,000.
figuring balf -for himself, that
WOU1U give ana o,wv uuvuguvuk
aa 18-month period.
Juan Franco .Tips,
1 Young Prince Beduino
Newbrighton i Regal Bliss
JMirnl Marcelita
4 Avispa Volador
5- Julie Takeaway
S Armador 5 Danlelo
fCoral !, T Riqui
8 Gaucha Terticordia
9-i-Royal Stream Golden Corn II
lO'-Town's Wall i :- Tony
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He Keeps Fi

The Charles pWdesVasn't been
hurt by losses to- such as Young
Jack Johnson or Toxie Hall or
Wayne Bethea. Nor has the ignomi
ny of fighting in small, dingy dubs
got aim down. -
When in New York for his dres
ry. loss to Bethea, Charles looked
around the law-ceilinged dressing
room. .' ', .- 1
"St. Nicholas Arena, be t said.
"Never been here before. .But
they say you usually catch this
club on the way up or on theway
OUt. 4- '.- :".!'":
' Charles, of course, feels he has
another chance that's what the
man says at regaining the heavy
weieht titles Vv J :
"With Martian 'retired, I fifr
ure I can work myself into this
elimination." he says, hopefully
"Why not?' he figures. "I'm
only 35. Jersey Joe Walcott was
an old guy who made a lot- ot
money without being hurt, Arch
ie Moore ia much older than 1 am
and he's a champion who never
licked me.
"Who is there? Bob Baker?
Johnny Holman? I can take
them: 'And Archie Moore he'd be
just right. I beat him good three
Hurricane' Jackson, surorisingly
enough to many, is Charles' per personal
sonal personal choice as the toughest of
them alL r
"I hear somebody saying1 the
can't take It in the body;". Enard
says. I hit him every piace m
our two fights hit him so much
my arms got tired. Nothing hap happened.
pened. happened. He's a big rough boy who
could be extra tough for tin Floyd
Patterson, v - 1
You ask Ez the Inevitable ques
tion and you get the expected
answer. -
"The best figther 1 fought? Any.
body as strong as that Marciano
has got to be the best anybody
ever fpughtc t
Mays Injured Over
Right Eye During
Pre-Gams Prsclice
JJt i'l".-'.. ..;, .. :,',A
NW-Yortt. lant outfielder Wtt Wtt-liMay
liMay Wtt-liMay was bit Over the- tight
eye by a thrown ball before, the
eame between the, Giants nd
th Brooklvn Dodeers today.
Mays wasTdnoved from the
lineup despite the fact that the
injury "was not consiaerea
The accident occurred ." when
the star flychaser ot mt be
tween two croups of teammates
who were taking' warmup
throws. Mays was hit by a ball
thrown by inflelder Dary I .Spen
cer. -
Dr. Anthony Palermo of the
Giants, who examined Mays,
said the Injury was not serious
ana that an x-ray was not nec
essary.- "...
Juan Franco
Mutuel Dividends
1-Rlscal $5.20, 2.60, 2.60
2 Devonshire Club $2.80, 2.20
3Slngle Slipper $2.60 v
1-Oonetlno (e) $4, 4.40
- First Double: $12.80
1-Enriqueta $12.20, 5.46, 3.80
2-Slxaola $11.60. 6.80
3 Candelaria $3.60
" One-Two: $316.40'
1-LadV Edna $12.60, 8.40. 586
2 Dr. Bill $10.80, 4.40
3 Petite (e) $4.40
5 -.- j
1- Redondlta, IU 503.80,
2- hChepanita $4,' Z, 4 5 j
3 curazaietia J3; fVi
l-Febrero n U.iM:&9?r-
a jaquimazo $ z.8i( $
3 Mayo MoonliteJQ ;a ;,-,
1 Nogalino $5.40, -4.80, 3.20 ; 5,
2 Don Cuto $5.80, 3.60 .v.
3Dona Beatria $3
:i ; second Double; sia.eD
1 Bosu'n's Mate $12.40. 4, 2.40
2- Dun (e) $2.40, 2.40 .. '
3- DlanaHcla5iO V
. quinleiai $6.6a s ; ,-'
' ,-' NINTH RACE ;
l-Msria Estuardo $13.80 3.60,
2.20. : ... .:'
2 Lucky Test $2.40, 2.20,
3 Andes $2.20.
One-Two: $2740. .
1 Ornamental Star $25.00r 4.20,
2 Elko $30, 2.20.
3 Geni arlto $2.20.
1-Esccrlal $3.80. 2.20. ..

2 Postinovlch $2.60."

And Pay;


Dale Long Breaks:
Record In Majors
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Dale Long, hard hittina first
baseman of the Pittsburgh Pi
rates, today became the first
player in the history: of the
Major Leagues to hit a home'
run in seven consecutive- games.
Long his his seventh round round-tripper
tripper round-tripper over the right field
fence today In the eighth in inning
ning inning during the game between
the Philadelphia Phillies and the
Pirates. .w ; .; n
The blast broueht his total to
13 for the current season, and
placed him at the top of the
homer heap In the National
League. -;. : ' ,1.
The Pirates won the contest s
to 2.
Juan Franco
PJ. Borse Jockey Wgv
' : 1st Race "I" Imp. T Tgt. T
1 Young Prlnfce V. Castillo 111
2 Beduino, r rH. Reyes 114
3 Malaga ... ..P. Hidalgo 111
4 Must Be ...... J. Baeza 106
5 Salustio .
7 Qullacoya
8 Los Morros
L. Giraldo 115

F. Alvarez 106 Quits badly in stretch
,V- Castillo 118 Rates chance here -A.
Mena 115 Returns from .layoff ;

2nd Race T Imp. 7 Fgs. 4
1 Henry Lee B, Baeza 100
2 S. Windsor A. Credidlo 102x
3 Newbrlahton J. Goneora -110
4 Copadora O. de Leon 104x
5 Gonzaaa A. Gonzales 103
6 Regal Bliss -J Phillips 114
3rd Race fC-NaOves Vfi Fga.
1 Papa Rorra
3 Regla -3
O. Ramos 105x
A. Credidlo 96x
A. Ycaza 113
R. Cristian 116
S.' Carvajal 115x
J.. Phillips 113
" C Rule 113
4 Mlmi
5 Bueaba
o-Jolletlto 1'
7 Marcelita
4th Race "H" Natives 7 Fs
1 Sirena - C. Navarro 105x
2 Lady Dancer F. Hidalgo 106
-.Vnlarinr O. de Leon 103x
4 Avisua B. Aeulrre 120
5 Blue Moon A. Ycaza 110
6 Sherry Time K. Tlores 118
7 Conquistador J, Cadogan 114
8 Bull Flea ; G. Monterd 103x
5th Race "D" Natives CVi Fg
1-San Cristobal A. Ycaza 110
2 Julie : F. Hidalgo 108
3Ika G. Montero 115x
4 (Takeaway ; B. Baesa 113
5 fRablblanco R. Gomez ,116
6 Panchlta A. creaioio nx
1 i

th Race H2a." Imp. iMUe Purse $400 Poo Closes
1 Danlelo C Ruis 115 -Could win here too
2 Fontainebleu R. Gomea 113 Early speed only 1
3- Herltor A. Mena 116 f-WiJl fight it out
4- Mirzatoats O. Sanchea 113 -Last was reveahiig
SDistlngo F. Hidalgo 108 -Could make it now
6 Amat O. de Leon 102x Rates good chance
7 lncaica ? V. Ortega 113 ot against these
8 Armador q. Sanchez 110r WU1 be contender.
o-(Nesscllffe J. Gongora 113 -Distance to liking
10-(Sinn Feiner ? B. Baeza 110 -Can't be overlooked ,

'i :"" 7th Race 1 Fga. -' Purse $3,006 Pool Closes 405

1 Don Brlgido B. Aguirre i09
2 Naranjazo
s darvaial 121
F. Alvarez 123
R. Cristian 109
B. Baesa 109
A. Yasque 121
3 Riqui a.
4 Tlneat ?
5 Don Pastor
6 Coral

8th Race "Elimination" ?4 Pnrse $600
' i UA' V i.7 si f: : QUINIELA

t iwh ? 'n. Madrid 105x
2 Vertlcordia A. Vasques 112
J-Tempestad i S, Carvajal 105x
i-Dhoice Brand J. Cadogan 100
5- k)ur Fancy B. Baeza 100
6- Discbvery 3. Gongora 113
7 Gaucha O. de Leon lOOX
9th Race "Hla." Imp. Vi Fgs-
1 Pugilist F, Hlgaldo 105
3 Lanero J- Jimenez iusx
8 Golden Corn. J. fnuiips
4-Donnv Boy ; F. Godoy 111
5 Clprodal s B. Aguirre 113
6 ,Royal Stream A. Vasques, 115
7 B. Blade :S. Carvajal4 105x
gA-Batatazo A. credidlo iox
, s, .M...... ...
10th Re "B-C Imp. 7 Fgs,
1 Salero G Sanches 108
2-i-Town's Wall F. Alvarez 108
3 Kadlr B. Baeza 105
4 Tony -A. Credidlo 105x
5 P. Countess J. Phillips 105
11th Race "Special- Natives 4H
1 Black Bee : T. Hidalgo 104
2 Fabionet E. Dario 115
3 Solito F. Sanchea 109x
4 Tivoll J, Gongora 116
5 Golden Patrick B. Baeza 100
6 Lily o. de Leon 97x
7 Destelli
B.-Agntrrr 112

y 24 Yoors in National Uoaguo
. Is Written -.lor NEA Sorvieo J
QUESTION: The Starting pitch pitcher
er pitcher delivers one pitch, a ball, then
leaves the game with an injured
arm. -His replacement a tnrows
three balls to the batter, walking
him. then is tagged for a three-
base hit He loses the. game, 1-0.
Is the loss Riven to the' starting
He; is psrtly ; responsible
s. ?Hn th. winnina run -on
base. Walter scnmoDe.. ;v
Answer: -No. Me dirf'not leave
Ms replacement An a bona fWo
hole.;i-v--;;lf .'V'-Sv
Q.fwnen an official protest ? is
mader who- rules on it? If al
lowed, 'does the game start, over
or is jt merely replayed from the"
point .01. protest r-rupaie Mcyon-
ough. t
A. -The league prosldont rules
on a protest, ft. is up to' him
whether the game is to start ov
or or resume from the disputed
Graded Entries
Parse $375 Pool Closes 12:45
Or TUG WVoLS 1 j '.
-Ran weU In last
Can win here t
Nothing recently
Early speed only
3- 2
4- 1
Slipped saddle last
Purse $375 Pool Closes 1:15
Doesn't seem likely 50-1
Close up in last 2-1
Hard to beat here .3-2
Dangerous contender 3-1
Nothing recently 10.1
Contender this time 3-1
Parse $275 Pool Closes 1:45
Distance to liking
Light weight may, help
Good early speed
Form indicates
Dangerous contender
Could be upsetter -.f 7;
-Better with each start ;'
' 3-1
. 2-1
. 5-1
Purse $275
Pool Closes 2:20


Not against these 30-1
Group much too strong 30-1
Couid make it here 2-1
Usually disappoinU EVEN
Rates good chance ; 24
Any other time v n
Should be close up s-l
Early speed only 151
Purse 300 Pool Closes 2:55
-Not against these
Should score now
Will fight it out
-Was never better ; ;
Depends on mood:
. 3-2
" 3-2
txauuea irom uciuuk
, 5-1
, 3.1
' Could score in upset
: 20-1
Not with this rider
Hard fight on hands
In thick of it
'Best early foot
Was never better
Pool Closes
Quits cold after sprint
- 20.1
. .3-2
Long overdue
-Should be close up
-Nothing to indicate
Longshot possibility
-Will fight it out i
- Mara ut oeai npw ;
F"ne f40-
Pool Closes 5:40
-Returns from layoff k .20-1
r-xceneni enort tasi -a-i
vasuy improvea now , ;
-Haa strong finish 3-1
Distance handicaps v 4-1
--Seeks third in row EVEN
Must go lower -ls-i
axciuaea uom oeiung irac-
xiOUSJ- -.' J-v..
Parse1 $75; pool Closes 5:40
Doesn't seem likely : 4-1
Seems "sure thing" 1-2
Not in best from 10-1
Should be runnerup r 3-1
Poor effort in last 5-1
' Parse $251
Improving slowly
Has good workouts
Unknown quantiy
Shouldn't miss in, mutuels
Has shown- nothing,
Has shown even less

Exchided from betting XXX.

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ENTHUSIASM is essential to
the development v of an angler.
sometimes fun gets mixed up
with, the mechanics of fishing.
however, as it did in the case of
man who wrote mo a lona let-
ter recently asking why he cant
cast long distances, ( v
It seems he has been baitcast-
ing for one year now and no a-
more than 30 yards away. I'd say
that's far enough to catch a bass,
that s far. enough to cath a bass,
but I, only hope that our friend
is working on accurate casting
That's what reallv counts.
You don t need to cast far hi
order to catch bass. Accuracy is
necessary, however, and I would
taice an 01a oiuk and nun t n e
hooks off and practice castinz in
the back yard a little while every
You will find that your ac-
curacy soon will improve to the,
point where you can drop a plug
m a bucket (occasionally, at least)
at distances of from 30 to 50 feet
and this is good enough.
For the best. accuracy use the
overnead cast. Turn your hand
to the right so that the back of
the hand is. up and the reel han-i
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dies are down. Point the rod at
the target and swing the rod back
over your left shoulder. When the
weight of the plug puts bend in
the rod, make a forward cast with
an easy snap of the wrist?
It doesnt take much force to
make a reasonably long cast, and
the harder you try, the more
hkely you are to get backlashes.
Plug casting is not. unlike flip flipping
ping flipping an apple on the end of a
limber stick, and while you prob probably
ably probably can get more distance -using
a sidu cast, you will get much

Dener accuracy with the
head cast.
If you dont try to cast


than a few yards at first,
will riianvM that th


which is the secret of successful

casting,, soon becomes automatic
and you wont have any trouble
increasing the distance,'
m ine piug nang about six
.inches from the rod tip when

you cast, and leave your thumb

eentlv in contact with th iw.i
all the time at first. Of nnV
you stop the spool with your
uiumo when the plus has e 0 n

far enough. -There
. undoubtedly, are some'

good plug casters in your vicinity,
and if you can set onn.of thnm
to coach you, it will be more help
than anything l ean write. 'i
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SUNDAY, MAY 27, 195S


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77 fx



Santee is banned from Olympic
competition because of an AaU
ruling which declared him a pro
fessionaL In this second of two
articles, Santee gives his side of
the story and tears aprait the de decision
cision decision which deprives Ameri America's
ca's America's Olympic team of its pre premier
mier premier miler.)
As told to Jimmy Breslia


- QUANTKOr V. (NKAi la 1952, 'tuxedo-wearers you see at meets-

I retoraeo 10 we umvensuj m naa to De on tne tnp to Nippon.

Kansas a loser for the first time. j. observed that there were a lot

The-- Olympic 5,00 meters nr more deserving track and field
Helsinki had been too much fo., people at home people who would


for which to bar a runner who on

ly wants to represent his country

in Uie Olympic Games?

Stay at a first class hotel and
pickup a check at anything much
better than a greasy spon and
see how much you have left out of

568.20. Do it three times. (

I say the reason the AAU bar barred
red barred me is that I didn't look where

I ran. I stepped on too many toes.
I did this first in Japan in 1951.

I asked why so many non-partici-

panis ice familiar badge and

The next time,' I told myself,

"it will be at 1,500 meters and
thev will need a racing car to

I do more than talk big and knock

I down a lot of free champagne

Then Avery Brundaee decided

i that he didn't like me. That came

catch mts j V r Ut the Olympics in Helsinki; the

Unless things change drastically, next year. I wbre my usual cow

I wom't get the chance. Because boy. boots instead of the standard
of an action brought by a pint-! white buck shoes. Brundaee is a

sized clique of important-sound-! picky man who considers the O

ing people, I have been barred iympics his personal oyster.

from amateur activities by the A-i

mateur Athletic union.
The AAU hierarchy gives as the

reason that $1,500 is too much a-,

bove normal expenses ; tor


"S.ntee is too cocky." Brundaee


Brands? was on our Olympic
team in 1912 and never left it. A

22 verv wealthy man. he has prac

itically run amateur athletics in

' lthi country for vears

Thit amounts to $68.20 above

whit T was allowed by the AAU The A All's private feud with

for each of 22 meets. And at most Wes Santee is composed of minute
of these, I. was on the scene for little items which me&n absolute absolute-thru
thru absolute-thru Hav or more. lv nothine when you ieok at them

Now isn't that a ton of : money but if you understand the way

by -.. J .:




Wes Santee

Amateur sports has iU Wes Sntees, Its Garnar MuHoys, its
scale-wage college halfbacks. It alsohas its Frank Bettucds,
the almost anonymous secondaries, whose decency and aeain aeain-tion,
tion, aeain-tion, unhappily, ire not the stuff of which headUnesjare ;.
You should know more about the. Frank Bettuccis. AU of
us should. It would probably make us JStoSrh2.r
and our generation. better, etrengthen our latth in euture

For every amateur wno scous m y.wF"

" r . e-v. nr Bronir

vm. rnm for the eame's sane, mere aie wiuiu.

Bettuccis,, who just wouldn't know how to play it any



the 'neighbor's boy next

v 11iim In vAiir hoy.

vu - . UmA a

door, and johnny Smitn, oown ne niwh n ot -tryout
with the Giants, but who still keeps the little silver up
he won In the ;Y" swim meet on mom's dwk, so everybody
C" FrankVgoal was lie W Olympics. Frank's' a wrestler, but
when he got in there with the nation best he soon found he
wasn't fast enough.- He couldn't handle the quick fplns and so
M didn't come close. Tommy Evans was our best at 148 pounds
and it took Olaf Andrberg of Sweden to beat him on a'spllt.
decision in the finals at Helsinki. i ;
- Now the 56 Olympics is Frank's goal, but first let us i go
iack and pick him up in high school at Ithaca, N. Y., and
watch what happens when a determined little youngster sets
put to do a Job and keeps at Ituntil It's done.
Frank's family split in his second year at high, he went to

live with a relative and to help carry his- weignt ;ne worKeu
part 'time at a dirtyv n football he played- too spiritedly., for
one his size, was often hurt, and finally the school physician
jnade him quit. That's when he heard of Bill t-ayton and the
gentleman's odd hobby. .'wrestling.: v v
rnmeii. of course. had always figured importantly in

Wanir' rtream. rnrnell and football, but now that football was

6ut. r well there was Mr. Lay ton and his odd hobby and, after

ail, wresiiing am nave a very jmc itnuuiuu mnung vyuciiii.
it tank some doinv for Frank to ret through the university.

H worked In the storeroom in the botany department, waited
tables at a fraternity house for hit meals, and did handy-man

chores at American wgion Hall four years In exenange ior a
place to sleep. .?. j.:."-
Meanwhile, he won the Eastern Intercollegiate H7-pound
championship and upon graduation he went into the Army
paratroop corps, served three years, became a first looey. For
recreation, he had wrestledoncentratlng on the quick spins
that kept him off the '52 team. Now It was fall in "55, and he
was back in Cornell, a graduate student, and working out daily.
By spring he had to be ready. They'd be picking the Olympic
team in April. . -
' But before the Olympic showdown there was the AUXI meet
"t Tulsa, Okla;- Frank was good, but 'Tommy Evans. the
same "youngster who had proved Uncle Sam's best in '52. .'. was
better. In fact, all told, this made three times In, three tries
Tommy had pinned Frank's shoulders. Came April and the big
meet in, Los Angeles, Tommy had to be the pick to win again.
' Then something happened that made Tommy look even
more a ean't-miss certainty. Frank tripped on a loose mat, fell
heavily and suffered a torn, ligament, that worsened overnight
and began hemorrhaging. Tape, diathermy massage.',., and
desire. . kept Frank going. On the final day the odds against
him mounted still higher. ,:.; i
. He had three bouts, hl3 opponent V the Inevitable Tom Tommy,
my, Tommy, only pne, the one for the title. o ? v.- : ;.
But somehow Frahk made : ft, end the first thing our
brand-new Olympic hopeful did when he got his gold medal
was to take it out to Southern California and show it to
(Kearney) Reed, the school's head trainer. It was Reed who
patched him up before and after each bout.
"Kearney, a quiet little guy, Just shook our hero's hand,
and his smile was as big as Frank's," swears Cornells' Bob
Kane, who has been sure for some time that the Frank Bet Bettuccis
tuccis Bettuccis have come to stay.

ASK.Cholly Grimm, -aa old fav

orite, what's wrong with the Cubs,

and he retorts, "They -wefl asking

me mat wnen j had 'em, and

finished last .... Maybe that's why
I'm here (in Milwaukee).". ..Chol ..Chol-ly
ly ..Chol-ly says you can have Ernie Banks,
Pee Wee Reese or Harvey Kuemi,

but "my Johnny Logan is the most

valuable shortstop to his team."

Ira a hush-fcwh fact around Hie

American Leagua that you never

tnrow Tad Williams ... Bucky

Harris of the Tigers says that yaw

simply can't gat a pitcher ta brush
back big, bad hitter thaie days...

Contrast that with the daily trips
te the dirt that Willie Mays takes...
There was a crisis before Floyd
Patterson moved his training camp
to Kutshex's Country Club in the
Catskills It seems the young
heavyweight is strictly a pork
chops and ham addict taboo
at that kosher hostelry ... so oblig obliging
ing obliging Milt Kutsher set up a complete completely
ly completely separate kitchen and quarters
for the fight crowd.....

If yao like Christmas stories any

jj ; .;-"V-l

i Cm"

j; ; Charley Grlmrn

in a county" league outside
burgh several years ago....

v Between yeu'n'me, hew Can yew

time of year, here s one en Frankie. take Sugar Ray Robinson serious

ly until he takes Tiger JonesT

Ryff, who can rtf'ora glamor

te the lightweight division .... His
manager is an eld-timer, Charley
Black 'ae Five years age. Black

was standing en the corner outside

Madison Square Garden with Cue
D'Amato, Patterson's manager ..-I

tne oieamzaunn. worKS mey oe- '" . V
come wipoitiint. i. r te suppert, D'Amate wondering

For example, I was. placed on now no was going ie inraw nii ap

probation for one year in 1953 for

"drinking, eating too mucn ana

having girls in my hotel room"!

after "a tour of Germany. : 1
This was an outright fable. I
sot in an argument with a meet

promoter in Cologne and Berlin a-l

bout a camera promised in lieu of

Before' the Pan Amerltan

Games in Mexico City in April of

last year. I told a reporter we

needed betler preparation for run

ning in hith-altitude Mexico uty

an oxygen' supply and time to

acclimate the runners. AAU big bigwigs
wigs bigwigs got mad at me for "trying
to run the show."
Their -action in my case, shows

how they felt. I was knocked down
for 22 meets. That meant 22 AAU
officials who ran meets gave me
extra money., Yet only oneTom

nual Christmas party for the kids
at his gym .... A friend walked up
te Black, wished him the sea ten's
greetings, shook his hand...Black
looked down te find a $100 bill stuck
to his palm.- He gave halMo D D-Amatew!.
Amatew!. D-Amatew!. .-,1 MViiv
1 :: -'-.'r-:
A year later, Black was still
down on his luck... "I gat a promis promising
ing promising lightweight," said D'Amato.
"He's yours from now on." ,That
lightweight was Ryff who, if he
gets over Larry Boardman June 1,
is in line for a crack at the title....
It was D'Amato's way ot repay repaying
ing repaying a small favor-.. ; 1
Sprinting phtnomanon Dave Sime

came te Duke University en e base

ball scholarship ... but It was base.

ball coach Ace Parker, the eld All


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Written for NEA Service

IN ADDITION to being against

the rules of the United States Golf

Association, most yardage markers

are bewuderingly inconsistent.

Some are measured to the front
edge of the-green, others to the
center. -Some are measured with
surveyor's instruments, making no
allowance for the height of the ter terrain.
rain. terrain. Some are merely paced loff.

adding unessential yardage for up.


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An?ueui rWd,r' wh ,B,,,,,d. ,hdulations. Some are guessed

iwiicn-ninins aivHHvr wiiviii..iw, ,h,-h it .nmlh nv vnu ar

t track this spring se he could nM.ibiv ..'better.

.. rti.... t -m

Moore of Modesto, Calif.-7was.sus-L,rn trp t0 the Olympic amet,

pended.t ; ( The biggest footbaU news of 1956

iney lei a wuow u&e iu iin M All-America end Bon
Dvka off with a lan on the wriSLI v. .v,;n t tk kWi.M in

j.The 20 others were not m.entioned.Lpring dniig ;., a switch made on

-v w tu trjfiw ",the suggestion of Kramer, aimougn

w enecK jiym m w tum-iit could cost him his All-America

pany- to my tainer-in-iaw, ,0i.tatu8 '..i. Michigan needs a wing

Denning, after the 1955 Stockton,

Calif., meet he promoted.
"I knew it was for Wes,'.' he told
the AAU later. They rose in right right-ous
ous right-ous anger and suspended me. No Nobody
body Nobody else. Certainly not Van

Dyke, a Northern Pacific AAU of

ticiai. ; v. 1


It must have been a tough chore
for Dr. Joseph Kaplan, UCLA's
faculty representative, te terminate
abruptly' the football careers of
half the Bruin teem ... because
the nuclear physicist get close to

u ijiwB game uib muiiv ",trv with tham... .-:,?

my father-in4aw in a private ,8,.-;; ...

greement between the two. My in

laws hist wanted to see me run

I has my wife with me .Van Dyke

took care of expenses for all. His

deal with my father-in-law w a s

something 1 knew nothing about

until much later.

AAU rules say yon cannot re

ceive expenses for your wife. That

rule is riduculous. If I am I

1m C4st lV4-in fa 1i f aim nftf mal

111 giuvnwiif vaita.i saw
ing the trip alone if I'm a married
man and somebody says, "Bring
your wife along." -'
,Wby Van Dyke .said the money

was meant tor me is someining
only he can explain. 1 1 ;

I broke no xule, because there
isn't any rule.-'
The rule on expenses always has

been strictly off-the thumb. Ex
penses, in my case, always were

The trade- which ent,Bobby Del
Greco from the Pirates t to the
Cards broke up an old sandlot
combination,., Del Greco in center
field and Dick Groat, playing short

ernirtg bod purports' to consider
legitimate expenses runners like

Joe Nowickl and Jonnny ruiion

a bearing

run.ilus many now active-to prove, m. . MmU

the rule was a dead Issue. "1,7,1" 1.
I couldn't do that, mrMtIrS.

a Int iff nam and excellent or- "-""a y

ganizations which did the paying?

The whole thing belongs In the
five-and-dime department. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps once or twice through the
yers a top name has gotten con considerable
siderable considerable money, but 4200 is a lot
today and in every ease It seems

justified. It always is spent living

reached via a flat estimate of just a touch better than Avery

what it would cost me to enter, the

meet. If they exceeded $15 a day

for hotel and meals, that was just
too bad. .' ..

During the court action I took

against the AAU, many expected
me to tell how many others took

more than what a loosely-run gov-

Brundage and Company would

have standout athletes live on the
road. .''
The important thing .to the AAU

was that I had offended a few Pu

ritans in hieh places.

These are the people who, run'
Ativ AhimniA nrnoram J


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sslBy Leon M. Uris

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i ; THE STORY: Michael Morrisson, an American

1 caught in the German invasion 'of Greece during
' Horld War II, pays profiteering Julius Chesney

three million drachmas to get him out of the coun coun-i
i coun-i : try?Ohney arranges for Mike to sail out of Gwece
: on theAtkSijJij. Just when Morrison believes that
-Jie is satelyi his way, the vessel is stopped and a
'. German voice booms out, "Stand by to be boarded!"
; terman soldiers take Mike and four other captives
" to Averof Prison.

"'BEHIND a desk sat Colonel 0-
v.-J n ivtriif
:T Prison. He had a classic Prussian
;"rjur.i.:. V:;;:
face, comolete with monocle. 0-
berg was annoyed; that the gang
had been hauled in at such an un-
imrilv hour t .1
f His cold Mt;"M
Iby one. He stopped at Ben Mas-
,terton. xou again Masienon c
v ,"just can't stay away from
Ihome. Colonel
on pn wo Duuoonery, vvkik
. ,t. M
anapped. He turned to the clerK
. at the small desk near his own.
"Charge Masterton with espion-

ge and sabotage."-
'Ere we go again.
' f "Lock him up."
Four massive Nazis surrounded
. jMasterton and marched him off.
4"See you later, matey," he called.
f'Bemember, they're all blufL .

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Oberg slapped his Tiding crop
'' Into an open palm and rocked
. hark and forth In his swivel

rhair. "I hear we have a Jew

here. Step forward, Jew.
: No movement rom the four.
"tpn forward. Jew I say!"-

, Yichiel released Elpis and mov moved
ed moved to the desk. Oberg continued
rocking in his chair.
Oberg arose slowly and walked
th dpsk. He faced -Yi-

chiel. The Palestinian returned
liis cold Prussian stare. He lifted
. the riding crop under the boy s

Base.' '
"Your name, Jew?'
v 1? t RWiich-snMierl

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' Oberg raised his arm and slash slash-h
h slash-h 'a thA ridine iron across Yichiel s

oheek. A .streakof blood spurted
down nis lace,
Tio cnit in nhpre'S face,
' In 'an 'instant a half dozen
brownshirts; engulfed him under
flailing clubs. They smashed him
, to the stone floor. He rolled over
and held his arms over his face
as they kicked.
ElDhis screams tore through

.him. She knelt beside him and
' held his head.
. ,"Tke him away," Oberg commanded.-
The brownshirts dragged a
. screaming, kicking, clawing Elpis
.from her husband. Yichiel crawl crawl-'
' crawl-' ed to his feet and staggered for
the door. :- ' j
" Both of them were removed
:'Elpis still clawing and fighting
her three guards.

" thto Prussian returned" to his

"chair and resumed his rocking.
He pointed the riding crop at An An-tonis.
tonis. An-tonis. "Now' don't tell me you are
a British soldier,4oon
, .. Antonis stepped forward and
answered that he waa Antonis,
captain, of the Arkadia.
' "Book him, espionage and sa-

Mite now stood alone in the

" 5,f l.ontpr nf t.hft room. v

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clerk?. "What do we have on this
fellow?" :
"False travel card, pistol,
muuu? wcum no iueviuus
record here."
"Your name? '
Jay Linden."
4'We would like know more
bout you. Mr. Linden." v
number 359195ew Zealand."
"Jay Linden, Lance corporal,
Go. on.
"As a prisoner of war, that Is
au 1 am oougea to give. .,
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Obergs face cracxed Into
. u- i u-j .i
,. well Teclte(1 ; ance Cor
nnral T.inripn r
Mike looked- around the room
The brutal brownshirts awaited a
signal. He gritted bis teeth and
Oberg stared' through the mon
ocle. Wen resumed ms rocKing
and slapping the riding crop in
his paan. Are you certain you
have no more to say, Lance Cor
poral Linden"
Mike did not answer.
"You wouldn't be holding some
information, Lance Corporal Lin Linden?"
den?" Linden?" Mike could hear the big clock
ticking on the wall. It echoed
through the stone room.
Oberg looked up at the clock.
He glanced toward the door
through which Elpis was taken. taken.-"Book
"Book taken.-"Book him. Sabotage and espion espionage."
age." espionage." Oberg arose and the brown brownshirts
shirts brownshirts came to attention. H mo motioned
tioned motioned to his clerk. "Get this in
formation over to Gestapo in the
morning." He nodded to M 1 K e.
"I'm sure Gestapo will make you
more anxious to talk." ;
MIKE was thrown into a black
cell, He crawled to bis feet and
groped about blindly. "Ben," he
called. "Ben."
,-. ,--":! ,.-,(-j-V i'-'.
"Over here, matey."
Mike stumoledi over sleeping
bodies in the dark. The stench of
the place was terrific. He, made
out Ben's immense form kneeling
nvpr the Drostrate body of Yichiel.
Thev save mm a preuy suoa
working over," Ben said. i
Yichiel groaned ana rouea over.
Mike slipped down to a sitting
position on the icy stone floor.
He did something he had : not
done since his childhood. Michael
Morrison cried openly ana una unashamed,
shamed, unashamed, i
Ben's hand patted his back. "It
will be all right, coDDer. i a e y
won't keep us 'ere long. In about
a week we'll be processed and
pnt in the P.O.W. side of the
jail. It's a lot better over on that
side. ,
Mike pulled himself together
onri winprl his eves on his sleeve
""".. "'..r a.
"Thpw I run us aown 10 iicm
Police Gestapo and t n e y u
question us and charge vs with
pprvthine. includin' starting the
war. But they're just bluff, all
Muff. Just stand up to inem ana
demand your rights as a British
cnlHipr and Uiev U sena yuu w
thk P n W sirie. .
wno wno aoes uie quwuuuuis
at Gestapo',
nh tin's a mean bugger, chap
named Heilser. But don't worry
none, Jay-he's all bluff.
thtttr ppI couldn't have held
40 men properly It contained ; 90
"firppk saboteurs. ' inere wm
La hnnlrt fin hpnt. HO tOtlet faCili-
itip.. no water. Only stone and
it..' in,. KcaWaurc" ran?.
ed from a boy of 10 who had stolen
a carton of cigarets to a man of 80
who had stolen a loaf of bread.
Lice swarmed everywhere. Mam
moth rats roamed.
Each morning dead men were
! palled from the tank. -.
Fr n 11 -mall "win.
f rom oiib m to
dows Mike could look down into
the center courtyard of Averof.
I Twenty-four hours a day horrible
: inrinra p.inns went on. Each
1 dawn a firing squad eliminated a a-inother
inother a-inother batch of "saboteurs"-men
who stood shivering against ne
gray stone wall. Each dawn the
guard Hans would select some
'Mhntpur" from Mike's tank for
linp rfim en
execuuuiu y
..imoeduD JndL
i"""1 EI h ianP. .mirk on
uuwu I
nis nee. .. -hx,
On the fourth tnornmg, Elms
draceed to the stone wau in
the courtyard. Her screams, were
..wi. k., hsv ttill reached ner
u..k .m Thpv straooed her
liuauaiiu a ..
to a post. Ana tne iiruig aH""
Ben"and Mike kept a suicide
watch over the bereaved Pales-
The one slini hope was Ben's
connection with the outside world
a Greek guard named Axious.
He was one of the few In Averof
inherited by the Germans. The an ancient
cient ancient jailer ran a profitable Busi Business
ness Business of smuggling out messages
mnooiinff in bread, wine and
tobacco. Hans was aware of it, but
allowed it to continue as ionx as tie
received a portion of Axiotis' take.
Each day broucht hint closer to
Konrad Heilser. Ben looked for-

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LARRY CHANCE, past exalted ruler of B.P.O. Elks No. 1414,
presents Linda Cunningham with her troph for high girl
- scorer of the day.

ROSE RADEL; Lance Terrell 'and Mle Brians concentrate on
squeezing off those all-important standing shots just right.


EXECUTIVE OFFICER Capt: William Lober and chief ranee
officer capt Chris Wheeler' kept things runng Jraoothly
throughout the all-day match. That's Dan. EgglestwTnd
; Frank Townsend taking a rest between rikva

ward to it for it meant transfer to
the P.O.W. side of Averof.
On the fifth day Yichiel was re-
movea irom ine cell.
iAT the end of the corridor, Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Oberg an his staff w e r e
marching along crisply, inspect inspecting
ing inspecting the cages of misery, Ben raced
up to me oars.
"Hey, wienerschnltzell
Oberg whirled about.
"Hev. whv don't vnn hp a onni?
bloke and send us over to the other
side ef the yard with the P. P.-O.W.'s?"
O.W.'s?" P.-O.W.'s?" "Aha, my two British sabo saboteurs."
teurs." saboteurs." ?"Now, come on, wienerschnit wienerschnit-zel.
zel. wienerschnit-zel. In another two days we'll be
as nutty as your guards." v
"I take it, Kerr Masterton, you' you've
ve you've had enough of Greek crimi criminals"
nals" criminals" "I've had enough of you savin'
the world from communism I
just don't like the "ospitality ere."
For some curious reason, Col Colonel
onel Colonel Oberg seemed to feel some
affection for Ben Masterton. A
smile cracked his Prussian lips. 1
nuu fTliaiv JUU IV U U U I II,
Ben said, "I'd like to know what
happened to our cobber?" i
"The Jew?"
'The BriUsh soldier.','
"Rather unfortunate. Ben. He
took ill quite ill ..."
i'Tll bet he did!" ;
Oberg looked anerv at first, then
sighed in disgust. He turned to his
clerk. "See that Herr Masterton
and his friend are taken to Gesta Gestapo
po Gestapo tomorrow and sent over to the
P.O.W., compound on return."
' l hanks., matev." .. t
"Masterton. do me a favor. The
next time you escape p
vunvgei recapture voionei u-
anturA1 Cn
Derf went away
Mike-told Axiotis he would pay
"?-"" drachmas to deliver a note.
"Hut .Iv ". Rpn said "vnn
don't have to pay that for one sira
pie message.", t
"I've got to get it out tonight."
Axiotis nodded. A grin broke out
on the ancient jailer's face as he
pocketed the money. He was told
that a return message would bring
another reward. The note was ad addressed
dressed addressed to Lazarus, a truck, f a r r-mer
mer r-mer in Chalandri, with instruc instructions
tions instructions to get the message to Lisa
immediately.- It read:
Heltna: I ;am in Averof. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow I am to be taken to Ges Gestapo
tapo Gestapo for questioning. Vassili.
HErLSER's face tightened. He
was in serious trouble now. Von
Ribbentrop had certainly selected
the worst possible time for a visit
to Greece. British escapees were
roaming all over the country and

resistance was increasing daily., rounded the two cars. The driv driv-Just
Just driv-Just hoi many documents had air ers and guards ere dragged out.

ready been 'stolen from the Ge
mans would be known when and if
murnson made- niss escape and
contacted the British. K o n r a d
Heilser sat on a powder keg and
the fuse grew short.
' He gulped a sedative and rub-!
uea ms inroDDing temples. The
old self-assurance was shattered
now. If only he could lay hands on
theStergipu list, it would throw
the entire Underground into a pan panic.
ic. panic. He sank into chair. behind
his marble-top desk and mixed
anomer sedative.
lervos entered without Irnopt.
uig. He- smiled at his squirming
confederate. No matter who took
over uie uestapo, ne, Zervos, was
"Konrad." Zervos said 'it
time for our appointment with Li Lisa."
sa." Lisa." .. .
Heilser thumbed through the pa
pcrs on his desk. l'Yoi 7o
s jiiuucu una morning irom
Averof. He is sending two British
escapees over for questioning."
niijmc ui importance
"Only that nuisance. Ben ? Mais.
terton. I wish he'd malt
ms escapes good., ..,
"The other?"
' Heilser looked at" the Drplimina.
ry report. .."New Zealander, name
of Linden-Jay Linden. We have
no records on him."'
MIKE'S and 'Ben's wrists
handcuffed behind them. T h e y
were marcnea aown long cor corridor,"
ridor," corridor," the sound of the guards'
neeis resounduur hollowlv. After
u iwrcu uuors mey. e-
prison. Two black cars wera. wait waiting.
ing. waiting.
"You, Linden, in the first auto!
Mik.-. sat between v pair of
pmmciowes uestapo men. An
armed i soldier sat in the : front
seat alongside the driver.'
The doors shut. The car moved
slowly through the courtyard.
The mammoth gates of Averof
rrison opened. The cars rolled
out,, turned on their sirens and
racea lor ine
center of Alhpns
ami uerman i ieio I'olice II e a d-
rteur concord square, they
were forced to slow down.. .,
Mike was thrown from his seat j
as the driver slammed on?, his
brakes. A truck bolted over the'
intersection of Patission a n d
thalkokondili Streets and stopped
directly in their path.. The driver!
leaueu uu ins norn.
t It all happened in seconds!
Two dozen armed Greeks
swarmed from the truck and sur-

And 25 Canal Zone Kids Do Just That

THE SCENE The Ft. Clayton Indoor Range.
THE TIME Bright and early one recent Satur Satur-"'
"' Satur-"' day morning. ,

Some 25 boys and girls are chat
tering noisily and a little nerv nervouslywhile,
ouslywhile, nervouslywhile, dashing here and
there with rifles, scopes and
various types of shooting equip equipment
ment equipment in final preparation for the
junior rifle :match of matches."
It's th day of the 11th Annual
Junior Shoulder to Shoulder
Tournament, sponsored national,
ly by the National Rifle Associa Association
tion Association of America and, for the past
years, sponsored locally by the
B.P.O. Elks, Lodge No. J 1414.
For months, these bovs and sirls
from Balboa and Cristobal Junior
rifle clubs ranging in age from
12 to 18 years have been await await-in?
in? await-in? this dayand have been doing
som. eextra practicing.
Mow that the matches about to

begin, there is a sort of excited 'and medals and the locally spon spon-tension
tension spon-tension as the competitors make sored Elks merchandise awards
their, last-minute registration and! are presented to the winners in
weighing of triggers (each trigger! the different categories:, the 12
must be able to lift a three pound high individuals, first and second

weight to' qualify), for there
something special about this com
There's the command, "Com
mence firing!", and the match is
under way.
Under the supervision and direc
tion of the chief range ofifcer .and
chief executive officer, the young
riflemen and -women fire a course
of ten shots from the prone posi
tion and ten snots standing a
grand total of 20 shots for a pos
sible score ot 2UU points.
They ar on their own during
this individual phaso and are not
allowtd coaching of arty kind.
As the shooters complete their
relays and the targets come in,
the statistical officer and .the as assistants
sistants assistants are busy scoring, check check-ins,
ins, check-ins, and rechecklng." -Until
the final scores are totaled,
the ,! statistical office does not
know whose target is being scor
eu, ior eacn compeuior is assigr.
ed a number before the match
begins and retains that number
throughout the entire tournament
No names are printed on the tar
gets. .. ,
Then is,' of course, an 'NRA 'NRA-appointed
appointed 'NRA-appointed official referee always
on hand with his official rule book
to see that NRA match conditions
are adhered to and to rule on
any protests or challenges.
' After each individual has fired
the 20-shot course, individual
scores are tallied and the coaches
appoint their respective teams.
'Then, the members of the four four-man
man four-man teams-go back on the firing
line to fire the same course asain.
This time, however, they are al allowed
lowed allowed coaching from their instruc
tors or other team members.
Some two hours after the teams
go on the line, the last shot is
fired. ,
Rifles and equipment are put
away and the shooters, anxious
and excited, huddle around the
scoreboard awaiting tht final
disarmed and forced to lav
their faces on the sidewalk,
' "Morrison! This way!". j
Michahs, a tommy gun cradled
in his arm, pulled Mike from the
car and pulled him, along up the
street. A-car waited at the cor corner.
ner. corner. Michalis pushed Mike into it.
Ben Masterton ran toward the
crowd around Concord Square.
"See you in Berlin, matey!", he
yelled to Mike.
Mike looked back from his car
as it ripped into notion,. He saw
tne merman autos being turned
over in the street and the armed
Greeks pouring back into the
truck which headed in the oppo opposite
site opposite direction.
"Hurry!". Michahs roared at
the driver in the voice that could
be heard clear up to Salonika.
v THE phone rang. Heilser stag-
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gereo. irom tne coucn, groggy
neao and luted tne receive r.
"Yes?" , a
"Konrad, this is Zervos., I am
at Anton's Dress Shop."
"What is it?" :
- "Lisa did not keep her appointment.-'Why?"-."
"How should "I know!"
"Get back here! Immediately!"
: Heilser could : not,: understand
what that meant. He walked to
the basin and ducked his head
under the cold-water tap;
A knock on the door. The
brown-shirted orderly stepped in,
"Manolis Kyriakides. to see you,
Heilser frowned. Lisa's,, .hus
band. Maybe he knew .......
"Send him in."
"Yes, sir." .
Manolis Kyriakides was ush ushered
ered ushered in, At ohe time he might
have been a handsome man, but
now 1 his eyes were shifty -and
frightened. He might once have
stood tall and straight, but nowl
he cringed in the 'attitude of a
coward. Beads of sweat trickled
down his nose and chin as he!
stood in front of Heilser with his!
bat in his hand. j
"The the children .they
Heilser leaped to his feet a n d
(grabbed Manolis by the collar
and shook him so Violently the
drops of sweat bounced from his
face; Heilser backed him across
the rm and threw him into a
. Manolis trembled. -"W a t e r
He emitted a feeble croak from

bis eracked lips. ''They came last! professor of physical education at
night. ..Lis led them, a dozenjthe University of Los Angeles
men shot the guard, took the' campus here.. He believes this is
children." Manolis closed his eyes needed because they work they do
and wept. r jig inadequate to keep them in con-
"Last night!" Heilser screamed.! dition to perform it

When 'they are posted, there is
always the typical "Weill I got
two more points than I thought 1
had," or, "I shouldn't have thrown
that last shot in- standing," or,
"Hey look! I made fourth!"
There's surprise, excitement,
and sometimes a little disappoint disappointment,
ment, disappointment, but they're all very satis

fied and typically teenager ve very
ry very hungry. v t:
50 it's off to the Elks Home in
Balboa for a rail banquet con consisting
sisting consisting of hot dogs, hamburgers,
sodas, and after-match talk.
Hart, the rivalry is forgotten
and it's friendly relaxation and
fun for all. -,
After hungry stomachs are sat
isfied and the chatter has died
down somewhat, the.NRA trophies
isiplace team members, and coaches.
high girl and high sub-junior,
,Then the pitcture-taking, anoth.
er soda, and it's homeward bound
to tell Mom and Dad all about it
ana, possioiey.vto snow them the
prize (or even prizes).
At any rate; it was a big day
for all and lots of fun, and as the
shooters head for home, almost
every one is thinking:. "Just wait
lull next" year." 0
Tho shooting la ovar, but tho
competition has fust begun. For
now the local scores aro sent to
the U." S. to be comparod with
scores of junior shooters from
all over the States and several
of its territorial who have fired
thai same course in their respec respective
tive respective aoctions
- This is a truly j special match,
ifor it's hot just 25" but about 4000
other shooters our local guys and
gais were competing against that
Saturday in April.
I nfew months, a booklet will be
received with the scores of each
of tne 4000 competitores and some
120 teams' and their rankings.
One' aain, there's that after after-mate
mate after-mate hdiscussion this time on a
much larger scale. "Maybe some
of our local shooters will even
take a national prize, or at least
receive a high national rating.
But-this shoulder-to shoulder
tournamentand the junior shoot shooting
ing shooting program in general is more
than just scores and matches; it's
a sort of instructor, too. "v ; :
It teaches boys and girls how to
practice and use safety; it teaches
them not to fear, but respect,
firearms of all kinds; and, most mostly,
ly, mostly, it teaches them teamwork and
creates a friendly and sportsman sportsmanlike
like sportsmanlike attitude toward competition,
which is invariably' applied in
daily life. It's work, it's fun and
it's constructive. r ;
: Yes, there's just something spe
cial about it.
"Why weren t we informed imme-
diatcly" i
"They-they said they'd kill
me if ,1 came to you before....."
. Heilser smashed Manolis' face
over and over. Manolis fell to the
floor sobbing hysterically.
"Guards! Guards! Take him to
Averof and shoot him!"
Heilser sat at his desk pound pounding
ing pounding the marble top. Collaborators!
Why do we have to have collabora
tors to win a war?
Why don't we have men like
loanms Rodites and Stergiou serv serving
ing serving us ;
The door opened.
Zervos stepped in. "Konrad,''
ne said, prace yourself. Mor-
rison was
in Averof. He has
THE wine cellar beneath Gyni's
Restaurant on Armodiou Place
was pitch black. Mike and Lisa
huddled ; in a corner. He drew
her close and stroked her hair.
Mike recounted the afternoon's
events. En route to Gestapo
Headquarters, Michalis had led
a daring ambush in downtown
Athens. In only a matter of min
utes he had been transferred to
three different cars, the last tak-
ling.him to this temporary,; sanc
tuary. f
She had told him everything.
Papa-Panos had convinced Mi
chalis,- Thanassis and Dr. Thack Thack-ery
ery Thack-ery to let Lisa remain alive in
the hope, that Morrison would
contact her in the event of trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Papa-Panos was proven right.
Axiotis, the aged jailer at Averof,
had delivered the note to Lazarus
in Chalandri. In an hour the mes message
sage message was in Lisa's hands.
Then Lisa pulled her coup.
Before she would turn over the
information to Thanassis and
Michalis, she demanded the free-
dom of her children as ransom
for the information on Mike's
whereabouts. Within another hour
the raid on Manolis' home was
over and the -children were hidden
in the pump house in Chalandri.
shipping clerk, and busy housewjfe
both need outside exercise to keep
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