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Move Is Launched
WASHINGTON, Junt 9 (UP)- Tht Air Fore has
quietly launched a campaign for closer unification and
eventual merger of the U. S, armed forces.
,. The drive was begun by Ceru Nathan F. Twining, Air
. Force chief of staff, in a secret speech last week at the
National War College here. This is the top military school
for leading officers of all services.
Detalls of TwlnlngV speech
have not been disclosed. How However,
ever, However, Gen. Thomas D. White fol followed
lowed followed It up in a talk to aviation
writers, at San Francisco last
Foresees Identical Uniform
White, vice chief of Air Staff,
foresaw a day when overlapping
roles and missions of the serv services
ices services will force unification with
all services wearing Identical
The Air Force, youngest but in
many ways most powerful of the
service, is the first to take such
a stand in the growing new uni unification
fication unification debate. The debate
sprang from the recent outburst
of inter-service feuding which
focused public attention on du duplicating
plicating duplicating war roles and weapons
development by the military
Since Twlnlng's speech, for former
mer former Air Secretary Thomas K.
Flnletter hat called tor a "com "completely,
pletely, "completely, unified" military service
and single chief of staff to pro-
tide the nation the "defensive
shield" it nrds. 1
' $euaL,$ Join Plea ""
T;:-, letter, ii r i.tion to his
former high nu;;..ry post, is now
a political adviser to Adlal E.
Stevenson, front runner for the
USAFI hv Use TV
For High School,
WASHINGTON, June 9 -Jou
may soon be able to attend high
school and college .classes By
sitting in front of your television
set . ; ". .
ml m. ttmUj Dtataa innin
of TV to improve Instruction in
courses most popular with serv service
ice service students, it has been an announced
nounced announced by the Department of
Defense. '" ;
- However, It probably will ; be
several months before the pro program
gram program pom intb effect
Sponsored by the office of
Armed Forces information and
sducatlon. the adaption of ed
ucational TV to supplement
USAFI courses Is expected to
result In more and better In Instruction
struction Instruction for service men and
Sounft films of lectures fcy
ntstandlng civ'lian educators
are being prepared en several
high school subjects clames
which Include mathematics,
Englidi and history by sta station
tion station WQED, PKtsburr. Pa; and
at college level by Pennsylva Pennsylva-.nia
.nia Pennsylva-.nia State University.
Additional films will be made
at educational Institutions hav-
ine kinescope facilities. The
half -hour long, films will discuss
and demonstrate the difficult
portions of each of the sixteen
lessons included in most USAFI
, courses. -" --t
Although the 1MM films will
ordinarily be shown-by motion
picture projectors, they will be
televised whereever possible by
Armed Forces TV station. r-
;" .' mVrr wTii l es between Lvov and Kiev, a a-Forces
Forces a-Forces Institute. 'f 'JU known lo be center, of an
use the audio-visual advantages itl ommunl.t r.Sstance..
All-Time Employment Figures
If Present Hiring Continues;
WASHINGTON, June 9 (UP)
The government reported today
that employment last month
' rose to 63,238,000. Officials pre predicted
dicted predicted It will smash all previous
records this summer.
The Commerce and Labor De-
partments released official fig figures
ures figures for May employment and
unemployment Commerce Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Sinclair Weeks gave the
general picture in round num numbers
bers numbers yesterday, -t. A
Today's figures show unem-
tloyment was 2,608,000 m May
u;t about the same as in April.
- .The latest count was based on
a new and expanded system of
checking the employment pic
ture. Government, pollsters
checked 35,000 households In 330
N A T f O N A I AIRWAYS
presidential 1 noml-
Sens. Allen J. Mender D-La.)
and Henry M. .Jackson y, CD CD-Wash.)
Wash.) CD-Wash.) likewise have proposed
an end to the present multi
service svstem. .
Another important Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic voice was raised on the Issue
today. Sen. Stuart Symington
(D-Mo.).' Air Force secretaary
under former President Truman,
called for closer unification in a
SDeech at Mexico. Mo.
"If the Pentagon were truly
unified,'' Symington said, "the
American people could obtain
more security for far less money
than is being spent today." He
did not, however, call for an out
right merger of the Army, Navy
and Air Force,
Uyalisls Jlrifce h
. VI"NNA, June 9 CJ?) An
anti-Communist underground m
the Ukraine wrecked ., a Soviet
troop train last month and made
off with quantities of rms and
ammunition into a forest,, aipio-
matlc sources said today.
They said secret police manag managed
ed managed to arrest a number of rebels.
It was the second- such anti-
Kremlin Incident in the Soviet!
Union in a week and the third
in as many months.
The sources said reports re received
ceived received via Moscow told of an at-
on the'traln ne shepetovka on
the niirhtof Mav 2(1 Shenetavka
Several Soviet soldiers were
k'lled In a gunfight with the
Nationalists before the attack attackers
ers attackers escaped into a dense for.
est with the arms and ammu ammunition
nition ammunition they seised.
Details of how they 'derailed
and wrecked the train were not
Government MVD secret- po police
lice police forces cot word of the at
tack and sealed off the area, ar
resting a group of heavily arm
ed Nationalists soutn ot enepc
tovka. the sources said.
The attack preceded by aix
days a demonstration by the
anti-Russian undereround in the
Republic of Georgiar Staling
Sources ''reported yesterday
that an May 6, the: Georgian
nndcrrround inlashed the
walls of public buildings In the
captal city of Tints with pos posters
ters posters isyfcng "long live.i.the in independent
dependent independent Georgian Repub Republic."
lic." Republic." -' ,,-. -..j.- '..A
It was in Georgia last' March
9, that troops fired Into a mob
of Georgians trying to storm the
post office In protest against the
aowngraaing oi eiaun, ineir
hero. An estimated 100- were
areas during the second week tn
May to arrive at the new fig figures:
Both the employment and Job Jobless
less Jobless figures were slightly higher
under the new method than un under
der under the previous' system, in
which 31,000 households were
checked In 230 areas. : .,-
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Tlie count under the old sys system
tem system for the second week in May,
taken for comparison purposes,
was 65,159,000 employed and 2, 2,-580.000
580.000 2,-580.000 unemployed. The new
employment figures were 79,000
higher and the new- Jobless fig
ures were Z8.000 higher.
The new method of counting
is aimed at alvlne a more aeeu
rate picture of the job situation.
"Let tht pecpU
ill A J
For Wars i; II
WASHINGTON. June fi (UP)
The House Veterans Committee
voted today to boost veterans'
pensions and disability payments
an extra 400 billion dollars over
the next half century. ,
The committee: running roueh
shod over Chairman Olln E.
league D-Tex), approved so
many new benefits that the
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doubt Teague has
bill may jeopardize
Committee sources said the
legislation- would cost an extra
$1,400,000,(100 In the first year
and the total extra cost 'will
easily exceed" $100,000,000,900 by
the year 2000. Members refused
immediately to ; disclose the
'The American legion pro proposed
posed proposed She 'chief feature of the
bill. It wottld give all veteran
of World Wart f and n and
the Korean. eonfTct a $105-a-month
pension If their, an annual
nual annual incomes did not exceed
$1,400 for single men and St,
70S for married men.
A veteran rated as 100 i per
cent disabled because of a ar
Injury now gets $181 a month.
The bill would raise this to $250.
PAmivnuHnn ..navmftnt to
10' .per cent disability rating
would be increased from $17 to
$20 a month.
Veterans pensions and com compensation
pensation compensation costs now run about
S2,B00,00M 00 a year. President
Elsenhower has warned this
would rise even with ne
ehanre In the law. The eom-
mlttee said the new bill would 1
: boost this f'gure by about 50
per cent .' .'-' ,;.
Chances ot stopping the bill In
the House appeared slim, .de .despite
spite .despite opposition from Teague
and President Elsenhower, But
opponents said it will have
rough going in the Senate, if it
reacnes tne noor this session.
Mr. Eisenhower was under
stood to have registered strong
objections to the bill In a letter
to Teague. He reportedly based
his opposition on a presidential
commission report which rec recommended
ommended recommended a gradual- curtailment-
of non-service connected
Other veterans organizations
also protested that the Legion
proposal would hurt chances of
getting; through future legisla legislation
tion legislation to increase compensation
osyments.for men wounded in
the- service. The pension plan
requires no service disabilities.
Seven Provinces Report Results:
CPU 23, Liberals Five In Telly
The names of candidates elect
ed to the National Assembly for
all provinces, except Panama
and Colon, were officially sent
to the Ministry of Government
and Justice Friday by the Ra
tional Electoral jury. ,
At the same time tne Munici
pal Electoral- Jury announced
the names : of. the candidates
elected to : the Panama City
Council during the elections
held May 20.
. In the seven provinces where
the results cf the May 13 elec elections
tions elections are new official, the Na National
tional National Patriotic Coal 1 1 1 a a
May Be Broken
The old one will be abandoned
henceforth. : w.
Unemployment rolls usually
are reduced this time of year but,
remained 'up in May. Auto in industry
dustry industry layoffs and students seek
ing jobs offset the normal down downtrend.
trend. downtrend. The students are classed
as unemployed when they start
looking for work until they get
May rise In total employ
ment was due largely to the
normally large expansion of
farm work and a sizeable rain
In construction. The government
said the rise in jobs since the
start of the year has been "at
least in line with seasonal ex
pectations, despite the continued
cutpack m tht auto industry."
hrum ths truth mnd ihk
MANAMA, K. P., SUNDAY, JUNE It, 1951 f
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THESE FOUR PANAMANIAN STUDENTS at theUSAF 8chool
for Latin America are among the 297 officers and airmen from
IS Latin American-republics who will graduate hi formal color colorful
ful colorful ceremonies at the Albrook Base Theater next Thursday,
Shown left to rfght arer Sgt. Italo Humberto Afu Duran, Sgt.
Anastaslo Kodr!-ue Eatiia, Sgt. Albrrto Tapia C.H, Bgt
., Humberto Fiaueroa HenriauM.
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297 Graduate Thursday!
At Latin 'American Schoo
The nineteenth class In the
history of the United States Air
Force School for Latin America
will graduate in formal colorful
ceremonies at Albrook Air Force
Base, Canal Zone, Thursday.
The group of 297 graduating
officers And airmen from Boli
via, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Chi
le, Dominican: Republic, Ecua Ecuador,
dor, Ecuador, ,El Salvador, : Guatemala,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Pa
raguay, Peru; Uruguay and Ven
ejuela is In, marked contrast to
the first 36 students who enroll enrolled
ed enrolled at the school when Its doors
(CPN) has elected 21 Assem Assemblymen,
blymen, Assemblymen, the opposition Nation National
al National Liberal Party f've.
In Colon, the CPN stands to
win five seats, the Liberals one.
However, the elections in that
Atlantic side province have been
challenged, and the,. National
Electoral Jury has not yet taken
the matter under; consideration.
In the Province of Pana ia.
where the counting of the votes
cast on May 13 U still underway,
the CPN is expected to win be.
tween 13 and )3 seats out of the
17 allotted to the province.
The results of th Panama f-
ty elections announced Friday
gave the CPN 12 seats, the Lib Lib-erala
erala Lib-erala two and the municipal Re-
novacloa popular Autentlca. par
The Panama Provincial Jury
has been accused by the Pana
ma Newsmen's Union of not al
lowing the press to witness the
actual counting of the votes cast
for assemblymen. :, ')
" At the start of the counting
it the votes, the provincial
Jury had ruled that the press
would be allowed to witness
the actual counting but that i
candidates and the general
public would be barred In or order
der order to expedite the job of tal tallying
lying tallying the votes.' 1 i .r
However, In a letter to Vic Victor
tor Victor D'Anello, president of the
Panama Provincial Jury, Jor
re Ramires,- president of the
Newsmen's Union, echoed com complaints
plaints complaints of several members ef
the press that they were not,
(Coatkmed Page W i
country is $aftH Abraham Uneoln.
. (Offiui usaf photo)
were officially opened in Janu January
ary January 1947..
Since that early ; beginning
more man zauo onicers and air
men from 18 of the Latin Amer
ican republics have received dl
plomas from this unique U. S.
Air Force technical school op operated
erated operated exclusively for the bene-
fit of the Latin American air
Provisions are made for the
training of approximately .600
officers and airmen annually.
inese spaces are aistriouted ac
cording to each country's needs
and past quotas. The host gov government.
ernment. government. Air Force Chief, work
ing with the USAF Mission Chief
and his staff, select the best
qualified airmen and officers in
their respective air forces to at
tend tne school.
'- Outstanding men are Often re
turned to the Latin American
8chool to study additional sub
jects allied to their specialties
The caliber of : the students is
such that rarely more than one
or two fail to Dass the five
month course. The Latin Ameri American
can American airmen graduates are not
only proud of the training they
have received, but of the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity they have had to work
side by side with students from
The strength of the Western
Hemisphere Defense system de
pends in no small measure upon
tnis factor as wen as on tne a
bilities of these men in putting
lo practice the- toenruques, me methods,
thods, methods, and procedures that are
acquired by -them in the school
for Latin America, v i ;:,;
""Upon graduation"; from ? the
School, the students will return
to ; their respective "countries
where promotions owait many.
It Is a matter of pride for those
at the school to know that
through, their efforts the same
general and preflight inspection
procedures are in use by air
forces throughout Latin Ameri America
ca America that : planes calling tor a
landing- over any military air airfield
field airfield In this hemisphere use
similar -terminology and that
any westherbound military pilot
in Latin America can: read a
weather-map accurately through
the adoption of standard sym sym-bols.
bols. sym-bols. ". : Si
Through this standardization
of methods and equipment the
officers and airmen represent
ing the air forces of the Arner
lens are making hemispheric sol solidarity
idarity solidarity a reality.
LONDON, June 9 (UP)-Brlt-
aln's series of hydrogen bomo
tests near Christmas Island next
vear include clans to explode an
atomic warnead irom a iree-uy-ing
missile, the 'London Daily
Mall reported today.
This feat never has oeen ac
compllshed before because of the
danger of a rocket-powered de device
vice device wandering off course and
careenine out of control
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
told Parliament yesterday that
Britain will carry out a "limited
series of nuclear test explosions
in the megaton range," Only the
H-bomb has megaton power
the explosive force of millions of
tons of TNT. Eden said the ex explosions
plosions explosions will be "high air tests."
But press reports today went
much farmer man Eden s "-limited
series" discussions. The Dal
ly Mall said the series on the
South Pacific Island will last
five months "under moderp
J. Stubbs Walker, defense cor
respondent for the Dally Man
reported that atomic missiles
will be included In the tests "if
they can bt perfected in time."
He said l British troops win
build launching racks on Christ
mas Island "capable of taking s
medium-range A-bomb carryine
missile as part of the full test"
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Winter 'Cotl'ns announced
today that the United States
Citixens Association U1 Jiold
meetings on both sides of the
Isthmus next week to give
members the latest new on
the status of treaty legislation
pending 'n Congress and to dls-
euss renewal ef the contract
of LaVern D'lweg, the USCA's
Washington represents 1 1 v e.
The Atlantic side meeting will
be held : Thursday evening,
June 14, at seven o'clock at
Marrarlta Service Center. The
Pacific side meeting will be on
Sunday afternoon, June 17, at
three o'clock In D'ablo Service
Center. Because of general in in-teres',
teres', in-teres', in the subjects ; under
discussion, these meetings will
be open to members, by card
presentation, as. well as to the
town delegates, and every
member will have voice and
. vote. Collfcis urged the TJSCA
members to turn out for these
meetings to hear the latest
'."I '' ontwii
No Truth Found
That Polio Shot
. LONDON. June 9 (UP) Two
out of 200.000 children inoculat inoculated
ed inoculated with the new British polio
vaccine have contracted the dis
ease, the M'nistry of Health re.
However, l a' ministry spokes
man ald it is' "extremely prob probable"
able" probable" that the children were in
cuba ting the polio germs before
mey were vaccmaiea. to drop anchor May 30 in Ply-
There was, no official alarm mouth, Mass., where the Ply Ply-that
that Ply-that the vaccine might have mouth Foundation will provide
caused the Infections.
Power Co; To Replace Installations
Crushed.iy,Giant: Niagara Rock-Slide
NIAGARA TAlXfi, NX.' June
9-.(UP)-x-Tht Niagara Mohawa
Power Corp. planned today to
build new Installations to. re replace
place replace those crushed by a giant
rock slide In the gorge near the
American. falls. "M
charif l. Wick, administra-
tlve vice-president of the. utlll-
ty's western division announced
the nlana as arews worked tot
stop the flow Of water into the
one-third section ot the Schoell-
kopf power station still standing,
; Wick,. Who estimated damage
at $100 million, said the site of; "The only thing man cant do,"
planned new generating unltshe said, "is to keep -watoh for
would depend on whether the 'symptoms that the rock wall Is
remaining ; section can be re- weakening and, around major
paired. 5 f 'installations, use supporting de-
A thorough .inspection of ine
section will not be possible, offi-
ciau said, until tne water is
drained from It.' Wick reported
yesterday that the generator
floor was flooded by some 10
feet of water.
4 To 6
Doctors Say J
. WASHINGTON, June 9 (UP President Eis?n(iew
er underwent major intestinal surgery today, and at mid mid-afternoon
afternoon mid-afternoon his doctors said that in four to six. weeks Kt)
should be able to resume, his "full" presidential and dec
tion .campaign duties jitf"
The President in the early hours of today underwent
an operation to remove a noii-malignant intestinal .oW
struction. The opy ation was a success.- His scarred 65-yeor-old
heart proved equal to the ordeal. His condition;
"excellent." : ; -:;.4
I ,k At a special news conference 10 hours after the op
erotion, the 'President's doctors said they expect ''rapuf
ana complete recovery.
This wines out' the possibility
of Mr. Eisenhower being able to
attend the meeting of American
Presidents scheduled to be held
in Panama June 2 ana 25.
The 'doctors told newsmen
he should be able to leave the
hosptlal about 13 days;' If
no complications arise. This
means Mr. Elsenhower will be
leaving thf hospital on June
24, the same day set for his
departure from Washington
Ior the Panama meetings ; t.a
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. The president's own comment
on liig operation, voiced shortly
after he awoke from his ether
sleep this morning, was "what a
The old soldier managed to
say fit with -a grin despite the
fact be was still suffering pain
and will for. several aays.
His doctors said Mr. Elsenhow
er's Illness was not in any way
connected with his heart condi condition..
tion.. condition.. The President suffered a
heart attack in Denver last Sept.
24: less than nine months ago.
Nothlne- In the condition oi
To Cross Allanlic
For Pilqriinrs Day : :
; LONDON. June 0 (UP)- The
little sailing ship copied from
the Mayflower that will- try to
retrace the Pilgrim Fathers'
route to America .next year will
make the trip under its own
power, its skipper said today.
Capt. Alan Vllllers scoffed at
press reports that the little ves vessel
sel vessel will have to be towed across
the Atlantic. -v.
f I don't doubt the Mayflower
is going to sail Quite well enoueh
for the nuroose. even though she
won't handle like a yacht in the
wind," Vllllers sam..
i The new Mayiiower is scnea-
uled to leave Plymouth, Eng
land, next April 2. -Vllllers hopes
a permanent berth lor the ship
! Still threatened with collapse
on the cliff edge was a terminal
building, which had served as a
support for cables passing from
generators In the wrecked sta
tion to the transformer station
farther' back from "? the" gorge
rim. It was abandoned and
roped off as a precautionary
- State" geologist John O
Broughton, who toured the cliff
site, said rockfall patterns .".are
inevitable along the Niagara
gorge. t v
Erosion and water seepage.
were nenevea responsiDie ror tne
disastrous rockfall, which claim-
ed the life of Richard A. pra-
per, 39, of Lewlston, N.Y, His
Ibody has not been recovered,
his heart will affect his convat
escence, me doctors said. J
The doctors disclosed
Mr. Eisenhower might- I
died If he had not had tb -eratlon..
. .. f i
-It was 'D e r.f ormedf en
"emergency basis," they s
so save tne president
possible fatal gangren ? r
' But the operation.'' which
ed from 2:59 a.m. to 4:12
at Walter Eeed Army I
served its purpose.
"During the ,coming v,
the doctors said, "he should
able to sign official paper;
carry on those functions of
government which are aecf
. in Syracuse, N.y., the pr
dent's heart specialist,' Dr. J
Dudley White of Boston, said
came through the opera
"magnificently.' Dr. White i
summoned to stand "by duriiij
the operation as a "precaution "precautionary
ary "precautionary measure." He last saw the
President at 8 a.m.
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"Throughout the operation t'i
heart behaved beau tlfullv.
White said. "There was no drop
in Diooa pressure ana pis pulse
Hie emergency surrery -ws
performed by a quartet Icf miH miH-tary
tary miH-tary and civilian surge"" li
operating room NO. 6 while Mrs.
Elsenhower and ; the -v.. 1
anxiously awaited itoutc t.
Mamie waited out her 1
band's ordeal in a room Just i 3
feet away. With her were. re r
son, Maj.'John S.. Elienhrt" r,
and the President's you t
brother. Dr. Milton Elsen?- r.
House D:!:ys r;
Vole On Slash;;
Forebn AiJ CIil :
WASHINGTON, June P-fLT)
The House, after tentatively
approving a deep-slashed S3 8
billion version of the djr.,ri(
tration's foreign aid bill;' put off
until Jtomorrow a final rots,, c i
the measure. ,,
- The $4.0 billion program ak
ed by President Elsenhpwe was
cut virtually largely on the word
of Rep. James P. Richards (D (D-S.C.),
S.C.), (D-S.C.), chairman of the Eon
Foreign Affairs Committee, i
assured membetg the smal' r
sum was all that was needed
Late yesterday the House t
tatively approved the bill-glv.. x
54 American allies $3 billion i i
military aid and $1.8 billion f
economic aid. Final action v
postponed Until .tomorrow t
cause many members were s
sent. ; ,,, ..." 'J. ."
"However, the bouse was al
but certain to ratify the bill a
greed lon yesterday. '
The fight will then shift to
the 8enate where the adminis.
tratlon plans a major effort ti
restore some or tne i.i biuion
the House cut.
The House also voted to hslt
TiA aid to Yugoslavia unU' j
President Elsenhower nersonsiiv
decides to continue it. This
a victory jor Mr. a.isenno er ) i
the sense that h had urse a
wait-and-see attitude ton ai l
Marshal. Tito at bis last rieu i
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! CLOTS, CRETINS,' and nffronts to aU that is lorablt
and literate, you may as well know, runout mrtner oos- j
simulation, that I was pursuing a pint of the pelluCld
potion around the mahogany at Rolando's Hideaway the
other day, when It was drawn to my attention that lurk-1
ing about the dty'a more furtive alleyways was type
'from the same cannibal Islands as me. . ? v
"Whettinj my machete on the cashbox, I darted forth
in pursuit of this tasty morsefc I recalled, if .the namt
did not deceive me, that his uncle had tasted excellent.
The name in question was Horrobin. When I track-
ed down the wandering one, in a little bohio on the out- -skirts
of town named El Panama, he wore a sheepish ex ex-pression.
pression. ex-pression. y-'; v:'..':.. . v, v' '-L.'
This was flue to the fact that the was president of
the New Zealand Wool Commisisoit.' His mission, as he
explained it to me, was to go around the world drawing t
to people's attention the great new wonder fabric, wool, f
a product of the combined ingenuity of man and sheep ;
which is about to do away with all the old traditional
and outmoded fabrics like nylon and dacron and abaca. ;
Horrobin, let me' tell you, is a man of no' little per-
ception.; yf, -y-' y ,-., yy t yy ,'.
. In the first place, on sighting, me he winced af if he
' harbored a scorpion in his -underwar. ; s
- In the second, place, he rapidly identified Red's Can-
tuta Cab for what itas. . '; ...',"?
. "Some one's been carrying sheep round in this -thing,'!
he deduced, surveying the floor familiarly. Fur-
ther evidence was provided by what may be laughtirigly '1
referred to as upholstery. That's those bursting lumps
of indeterminate fabric the cash customers are asked to s
weigh down. Looks like tufts of not very carefully chosen
wool, from the southern end of the sheep, ...
; I wouldn't of my own knowledge know whether or v
not nta carries sneep arouna m ms cao. am i can touch
that it is the only cab in town which, needs a couple of
dogs barking alongside to keep it going in the right di- .'
xtmy:t :yyyy yy'y:yy
. Brief communion with this stray from the land of
the Land of the Long White Crossbred Fiber, reminded
me of another such who lately passed on his way through
here a character from an offshoot area of the city of
" Wellington. The new settlement is known as Auckland, .
" This traveller, named Ray Milford, had a motor bike
upon which he was circumnavigating the globe. His im- :
pression was, as he wearily unpacked his patching outfit J
once again, that the world was flats. t ,v t
Anyway, in the course," of Milford's efforts thus to.
contradict Columbus, he had fetched Gp sometime as a'
short-haul sheepherder in the mountain; neat Maccu
Picchu, the old Inca, town high in the Andes. ; ....
Seems Milford swapped jackets with a liama. Any-
way, he arrived here with a whole lot more' clothing" than
he needed "16 cope with the snows of Arraijan, Chiriqui,
Golfitof'Puntarenas and other such r"5ts on his route
So he packed his stuff in a suitcase, .and charged
me 'with tho responsibility of getting it home for him'. .'
I discerned in Horrobin a man of superior talents for .1
such a misison. f ',-.; ....
"How about taking a bag home for another of our ;
lost tribesmen?" I suegested. -,;
Horrobin, pausing only to remove his feathered head-
dress before trying on a hat of some unfamiliar material, f
such'as felVagreed. ,, t.-:i-4
I obtained the bag in question. ; 1
' Horrobin hefted it.1 His face UT1 "almost ai fast : as ',.
the bag: y -.y. i v; Ah C.i ''s' y.
. "Sure it might be full of stones," I said rapidly. "But .
those historic, Inca stones might fetch a lot of money
VUV UI Htll UttlllUJIVIa S J
- m looKea ai a waruy, as it aeniea me pavement.
"And what if it is a load pf guns? You can explain
to the nice man in customs that they're not yours, you're
just running them in for someone." yy y 1 ;
- No look of relief swept his features. ."
" "Well tlien, if It's only a Uama in- there, you can
Uecture the customes man on how llonely it is for llamas :
that llousy baggage-pryers don't llove." 1 ; ; -Thus
reassured, Horrobin departed. It was clear I
had dispelled all his doubts. - .'..-
Last 1 heard was well on his way to New Zealand,
under treatment for a dislocated arm incurred as he
tried to lift MUford's bag aboard the ship. .
- Now I turn, for reasons I am not prepared to ,give
you, even if I could think of them, to this week's out outstanding
standing outstanding contribution to hiter-sei-vice harmony.;. Follow-
Ing some1' ill -advised popping off in .Washington recently, i
such men as President Eisenhower and Secretary of De-
fense Charles E. Wilson made it known that they did not
consider any one service's claims to have all the answers
to be a contribution to team pirit nor to the observance
of the Unification' Act of 1947, which happens' to.be. the
law of the land.
Since then some generals Stateside, including Air
'Force chief of staff Nathan. Twining, have come out in
favor of a single, unified service one. uniform, one pro
motion list. .
Now for a word from the Isthmus. It appeared inN
trie tJS Army Caribbean's newspaper "The Buccaneer :
in what appears to be a heavy burst of typographical
shrapnel. ;V. :;; -'-
"The Army has always been the first line of defense
'of the United States, The infantryman is the 'Queen of
.Battle' (how's that again?) today as for the past 181
years. , out ground soldiers are strategically stationed
in 40 overseas countries.. These men today, Vv. are .the
major deterrent to aggression by Communistic nations,
. "The Aimy fighter will be called "upon to bear the
brunt of any future conflict and, as in the past, I know ;
the ground combat soldier will provide the key to vie-
This difiident, conciliatory opinion was signed. by-
one Lionel C. McGarr, who I understand left the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus the day it appeared.. This was just a coincidence.
Hardly worthwhile to wait for final returns from
such outlying precincts as Strategic Air Command, the
Sixth Fleet, Charley Wilson, or-Quarry Heights. -. i
, The decision, apparently, is finaL
; PERCY S PEERLESS PORTENT" this week owes alf
to. the inspUatton of youth, , -y
. 6915 : v N
of whicn were turned loose last week from -Canal
' Zone schools' So" the teachers got" lucky. Why don't you?
Viscnt ; Davidson Details Britain s Links
; Vith This Area. In, traded Culture,
VISCOUNT DAVIDSON, president of Britain's Hisponic CpjinfUd
'livered the follouing address at Panama University during his recent
irXisk hereXXord and Lady Davidson are making a goodwiil tour of
Latin America with the approval of the British, Foreign Office.
' 'ft lit' wltaVfhev- greatest : regret i
that I am unable to address you
in Spanish and I am more regret regretful,
ful, regretful, of that fact because I do hold
the position of President' of the
HisDanic Council in London.
.But what 1 lack in learning, as
I will show yon during my few re-j
marks, I possess in enthusiasm
for the cause of British and Latin-
American relations and the t in
crease and deepening of those re
I wish t could also claim to be
learned as a student, iut I never
wS a distuiguisnea siuaeni t
thmiffh I did attend a university
and therefore, if my remarka fall
hort of the learning and erudition
of a imtversitv Drofessof. JO
. musthlame myJaiiness as a youth
and also the fact that during my
life I have spent most of my time
The purpose of this Council is to
make known the culture, toe arts,
science and music of the new na nations
tions nations of South America to the Brit British
ish British people; and also to encourage
to the utmost the teaching of Span Spanish
ish Spanish in our schools both, national
and private and above all in the
,:, -. '."i 't S'
. Our Hispanic Council ia Ion-
-do not inappropriately called
"Canning House," has, in the
world of art, music and licence,
already helped .many citixeaa
from South America to become
far better known than they oth otherwise
erwise otherwise would have been; and
that is the purpose of our .Coun .Council::
cil:: .Council:: to increase the human rela relations
tions relations between the citizens of our
country and the citizens of South
We have no w produced an aero-
Then you will set peace estab
" The great mistake in the League
- IT 1 .1
)i ntauons. Deiween me wars, was
that it Was believed that the morel
people sat around a tajue, the!
more they would learn ,to Jove
each" other. : --' -,.
Now a nation Jt only .madt up
WASrHNGOTN' -The Atlantic
Ocean hides the world's mightiest
range of mduntains, winding be beneath
neath beneath the cold waters from Antarc Antarctica
tica Antarctica to the Arctic. Although peaks
of the submerged chain average
13.000 feet, the National Geograpn-
ic Society saya, only the loftiest
pinnacles emerge as islands above
the sea. -
Porcuoines. contrary to popular
belief, do not "shoot'.' their quills
in self-defense. The notion proba
bly arises from the animal s habit
Gooney Birds Defy. Navy,
Provide Haza rd AtMid way
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By GEORGE REMINGTON
HONOLULU UP)5 Science
again has failed to drive those lov
able, laughable but downright both
ersome gooney birds away from
the runways of Midway island.
The latest experiment proved
only one thing: the Midway goo-
TT- -a "7 ry w ..J.nai'of fighting back, when cornered,
SLtf? ii l?';.,Sttiwith lightning sfcoke, of iU dart-
thing that in our pesonsL lives
there are quite a number of peo
ple .who the more you see 01 mem
the less you like' themv;
" But the basis V kamu rela relationship
tionship relationship is not loVe alone' but un un-derstanding;
derstanding; un-derstanding; aad it is the under understanding
standing understanding of people which is 4he
basis f peae and. security in
' the world.
plane which can travel a few
miles under 1200 miles per hour.
So if you realize the disUnee be between
tween between Panama and London you
will see that it will be possible
quite soon for any Panamanian1
who may decide to go to England
for a weekend to leave '." after
breakfast, to arrive in England for
tea, spend Saturday and Sunday
in? England and pet 1 back to tea
Great Britain hold tola record! If; our uhWerjjlUes "3. great .deal
and it is such a record that it yma oe uunc Uf- mjl"-"r'frontier' ikvs. r-fused to be ced ced-make.
make. ced-make. one almosty to think U prufess and .JJSlS
studded tail- v;- j
: Buddhist- fishermen, of Ceylon
refuse to kill anything, even an
insect Of their profession, ..the
devout say they do not really kill
the fish they just take them out
of the water. s.
The Spanish village of Llivia is
located in France. When several
Spanish, hamlets were granted toj
trance in 1 w xevision i uiv
realm of possibility because they
have actually been doner We have
an aircraft which has left London
for lunch in New York and-baek
for supper in London. Even' it)
Mner a lT in Uh atomic aee. 10 "I" .-
welcome students from 30 coun-
Great Britain, since thv early
day of its nationhood bas evolved
m svitem of eovernment at home
vand-4 policy of international, re relations
lations relations aborad which may be sum sum-.
. sum-. med up as follows: ; x
The freedom which they want
for themselves they desire should
be enjoyed by everyone else, but
thef do Uot.insisti that the jnethod
of government .-which we- hava e e-volved
volved e-volved in our small island should
necessarily be the method to be(
adopted throughout the world.
Democracy is tha principle and
W-Wf rrJand the great industrial revo-
- .. J" TJ.cwi "S.'V luUoa of the early Victorian age inj
InaL Um Will Ul lUC UIJWi J wv
People for the time being shall pre-
vaU, to tHe belief that the,, major-
ity of toaayTnay pecome.ipe
England we were able to supply
to the peoples of the world the
means by which they v produced
frtyn'TZTwi vXk th,e machipery W
tvttf todav imay become thma-t,. v F,h .-th"i'
which they mined ;
, tv nt todavi mav- become
! . ,l . .1 rwiiitzu I
jority of tomorrow; anawai ""P-.-wt. ,.,;,:;.,; n.
lore tolerance ;uuun ,uc ji.!w.
human relationship, v V.
flow I am lot goiig to "wasto
your time going through the bis-,
tar of Latin. Amenca. but I
speak for themselves 1 and they
are the only immutable things In
the world. ,
We in England are 'in advance
in this nuclear age and we want
very much to continue our
policy of exporting bur plants to
the world, of giving: to other
countries who have-not yet a a-ehieved
ehieved a-ehieved that level of Invention
daini thtasi rather than studying' J. kJl the question of altitude Creat. Brit-
.l. .V- t is. lv""" umimuiy 8 ain nOlQS UC reCOTO. S
rWtoV"uuTof jny address B!"dv n .en Gr"S 1 do not say this & any boasfuli
"British Economic and cultural .ZTZZW? 3. C.S!..".."J w""
JlelaUona: kvLatin Ame.i ;
J2!i,L3SS but We.fe.Uy do, not like,
. much takuuf in our own washing.
We much prefer to spread our
commerce over' the face of the
earth: and the earliest days -.of
our history Will prove that it was
spread not purely for conquest but
because we wanted to trade.
. If yon look at the- history of
fsouth America you will find that
we traded from oar smalt Island
of Great Britain, long before the
great nation of the U a i t e d
States came into absolute unity
... We started bringing to all t e
woria ine mvenuona ana aiscovc
ries which we had made at home;
and skill the benefit of pur to'
tries Jo our atomic plants so that
wean give to the world the re results,
sults, results, of our research and make
the world feel that we are not fco fco-ine
ine fco-ine to be extreme nationalists and!
selfish; and that- what we have
discovered is at the disposal of
toe world. 1 ;
11 mat is m oasis n oeatc auu
BrMiiwriiv.. f ran only hope that
our relations in ouuui oinciiw
tu multilateral and that every
country will be able not only to
share but to give us back the re
sults of their culture ana me
!.! lKnr- anil their WCSIUI..
In that way the standards of ous toxics, Indians learned to
ljfe and the happiness 01 ine peo-. maae mem euiuie : oy reinwww
Dies of. the world may slowly but boiling..? '.:,
That nnlio tA nrsi.tif.allv thA ...w.1u InjtMtu r.i'-i 'r ?
'Australia leads the world In wool
production. The annual clip from
the country's 131,000,000 .beep
sells tor about $900,000,,
-The American lumping mouse
can leap about 10 feet, using its
slender 5-incn tail as, a naiance m
flight If by accident a mouse los loses
es loses its tail; a jump throws it into
a series of somersaults, turning it
over an over helplessly in the air.
' Although .nuta of the buckeye-J
Ohio a State tree-contain poison-
whole world and we have got toj
the stage when, in fact, South.
America is going ib be one of the
main parts of the world to benefit'
by our inventions, because they
possess enormous supplies- of the
materials necessary -for the sec-
cessful production' of atomic ener energy
gy energy and nuclear power, and are
therefore on the verge of imme immediate
diate immediate progress for themselves and
for the world. f
In. every branch of science w-:
clear energy plays its part, in
medicine, in agriculture, ut hem-
need only say this; that at the
......at whea the nations of
South America wert ktrivijig lof
for independence they received
support from Grtat Britain, .uv
achieving that freedom., nd in.-
1; George .Canning,; h6se BamfOi -I
)thmk is known in' every wmmy
in South America, was the foreign
secretary at the. time who encour encour-Ah
Ah encour-Ah smith American nations
1 to ? achieve freedom; and it will be
f remembered ithat at the .Panama-
: nian Conference which was neia in
. Tuna V) aa Hnt.
s the year jao on "1
ish bserver at to with thfr greati
a At. -iU.a InnHoro1 fill
Bolivar ana ue wua
order to show our sympathy with
iu. : ihnvtmunt for mdependence
ind' freedom which culminated' -inj
v if South America was slow in aw.
chieving thh great posiuon iu.
it holds now. it was jiue, I think,
to the fact that the United States
became independent a Uttle ear.
lie than the periodjm which the
new nations Of Soutfc America became-
Independent; nd jt P,0 P,0-iblf
iblf P,0-iblf that V those old days the
. 1, .uctom nf eovernment did
not allow -for the preparation and
the experience in gOTerning them them-lves
lves them-lves to be sufficiently advanced
for their cmiaren m wuw. ""'
Whereas, when the tl n i ted
Km, from- Great Bntam
our policy of aUowing a great deal
of delegation of sp?nlfltyttto
our possessions bum
We cava then: the svstem of istrv and Physics., in every device
communication by ralway which' for saving life, like radarand in
enaDiea ue weaiin 10 De. orougni w electronics. ;
tre' ports. I The first electronic brain,
."We provided the steamsmps with
which that wealth was Jjanspor Jjanspor-ed
ed Jjanspor-ed all over the -orldto where it
was needed' and thus we gradual gradually
ly gradually built up the essentials of trade
and prosperity of those countries.
; 1 have always -eaid that technfc-!
cally the finest., railway,, in. tn.e
world .was the- railway, system of
uie Argentine nenunnc.1 mat was
built by British skill: and here J
would like to emDhasize the under
lying principle which governs .all
our aeveiopmen ait over ; me
Wrld. !? i-: 1
In th first lnxtanrr our nurnose
is: to produce something which is
worthy of Ourselves rawer tnan
someuung wnicn wiu prouuee un-
memaie money. -; r
. The- reason is thai Great Brit Britain
ain Britain supports a population which,
is not economiev We have 1 M
million.' inhabitant! and we can
only feed about 25 million. We
have to import food to feed the
which we invented ia England,.
we sent to the United States ia
order that their vast resources
in both production and research
could be applied to 'improving
Those are the things which are
gojng to be the commonplacei ol
tomorrow.. We export thousands of
it ii because I believe that our
relationship which is born far com com-mnn
mnn com-mnn .Minn in the nast. can Still
be of value to the world at large'
and to yourselves ana ourseive,
that 1 belive that the .economic
and' cultural relations of Latin-America
are a most important fac factor
tor factor in the future peace and pros prosperity
perity prosperity rf the world.
rinaliv. I wish sinceteiy, and4
. I hope without being thought .pa-.
tronixing, tnai at we ioriu.wu ioriu.wu-Ing
Ing ioriu.wu-Ing Panamanian Conferencen the
ideals which Bolivar ia his wis wisdom
dom wisdom 100 years too soon was burn burn-ing
ing burn-ing to put tato effecf, may a a-chleve
chleve a-chleve success, and that you will
4;A mI onntinental tout.
in this ouest yotf may rely ab
solutely on 4he friendship, encour-
agement and oe nopes m. yn
haps a- very oldcountry out one
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vuhiiia J.:llk VlEOrOUBiBllU..MTAMa
brqught, up some children of her
OWO i tO-riCOmpieve-. (Uinouaiuvj.,,
lurhint unciersiBDOi ai wcu d
That has been our policy, forced
upon us by our economic position,
but 1 easily carried through be because
cause because of the character and,, the
i.ii 1 ., ... p
saiu 01 our peoie.
j,. JOIm ainu-i4 Ia th -new umrlH. and
ed States rapidly to become, a llover toe WOrld, aoods of the
completely independent and v- hjghe8t quauty.. r )
And because we have that great
incentive our' scientists have neen
in the very forefront of inventive
research and the results of their
research have been applied to. in industry
dustry industry and commerc.
It is for that reason Oiatat the
present moment Great Britain
present moment Great Britain
is once again, ia the new indus industrial
trial industrial revolution of this electronic,
atomic and' nuclear age, leading
the world indentions, and in
the applicatjo of those inven
tion? to Industrial proauciion.
We have to import raw mate
rials to- produce, the goods, which
we' must -. sell in v order to Jive.1 ever from pain.
Therefore, we are not just export
ing the surplus 01 our own produc production
tion production for -our own selves.- We- have
to satisfy our clients that the goods
which thev are buying are of the
hicrhest fliulltv in order that our medcine alone. S.
trade shall be permanet. .. It ia a wonderful age, and I am
as the cancer Will let him free for
That you may -aay iis a very
small thing, but 'if you, cat) .use
your imagination you: can see
what even a bv-oroduct of the nu
clear age can dq Jn the field of
- Itinerant coconut pickers in Jo Jo-hore,
hore, Jo-hore, Jdalaya, use monkeys to help
them harvest the fruit. Controlled
by .leashes, the pickers pets clam-.
oer up tail paims ana iwisi uu uie
coconuts. ... ... ;..:,.v'i'. .'if-i-.c',,--
tThe composer of '"Carry Jie
Back to Old Virglnny' James A.
Bland was born in t lushing, Mew
A small mollusk known as the
teredo or shiDWorm causes mil
lions of dollars of marine damage
each vear. It mines through wood
en piles and ship timbers with the
raspuxe ,?urjace 01 us sneus.
ns of South Amenck.
1 A I :
isotopes a by-product of Traf5in4hytotlicr- ctjontiym' -the-world,:
energy au over vio, ruim cyc-jii
year: and my wife happened -to be
ir( a hospital in Buenos Aires look looking
ing looking at what Great Britain was dor
ing to assist in me polio epiaemie
when she found an isotope which
had arrived by air, flora London;
ui6 uajr uviuic.
It has been masked for the treat
a case of very deep-rooted cancer!
in. which the patient had passed
the stage when drugs bad any in influence
fluence influence on pain. Within and fynir
of its arrival an operation Was per performed
formed performed on the oatient's brain
and the pellets were inserted in the
PETOSKEY; Mich.x-. fTJP) .-I
Cab driver Carl Pape followed a
familiar car ahead of his while
cruising .around town, until ..it
stopped for a light.
lWhere are you going with my
parv Kan anmi.Mi a no nitiien
As a result, he will live as -longj alongside the other. Two 'boys; in
i the cancer will let him-re f or tW car laid it Was their uncle's
car,. They tasked Pape to pull
around the corner and they would
prove it. He did and the boy;
leaped from bis car and fled,
A herd of American wapitiTW,:
000" to 20,000 -strong, ranges the
National Elk Refuge at Jackson
Hole.- Wyoming.- says the National
Geographic Society., Early colon colonists
ists colonists named the big deer after Eu
ropean elk.. Licensed hunting keeps
the herd irons outgrowing ine ioou
ney or blackfooted albatross
doesn t respond as do some of his
winged cousins in Britain.
The British were successful In
driving birds away from an air airfield
field airfield in England simply by spread
ing mothballs around their nest
Navy officials at Midwav were
sxepucai about the mothball idea,
out tney figured it was worth
try. So they distributed a "high
concentration" of mothballs among
we nesting dims. ... ......
sadiyr- the Navy reported the
gooneys took no apparent notice.
In, fact, some of them, sat un unconcernedly
concernedly unconcernedly on the mothballs along
with their eggs.
it wasn t the first time the goo
neys have confounded those who
would like them to move away
from the runways. The military
has tried one scheme after another
for years. . 4 -...
About 18 months ago the govern government,
ment, government, became so concerned about
the hazard the birds created to
aircraft it sent two wildlife biolo biologists
gists biologists to the island air base, locat located
ed located about 1,100 miles northwest of
, The scientists had a full bag of
tricks, and they-tried them all
They burned sulfurous flares and
an old truck tire.. They fired mor mortars
tars mortars and bazooka shells. They tried
high frequency Sound waves. The
gooneys were unconcerned, air
though a few stepped aside to get
away from the bazooka s bact
No one wank, to drive the goo
neys from Midway altogether. It's1
their traditional nesting place. And
their awkward antics provide lots
of laughs for lonely personnel at
the island outnost.
What bothers the Navy and the
Military Air Transport Service;
which use Midway as a refuelling
stop tin Pacific flight,1 is that the
birds thousands of therri jiest'
right up-to the edge of the run
wavs. i- ';
. Their, inept flight and. lack 01
intelligence often leads them Intel
the path of moving aircratt. Dam Damage
age Damage to planes already. has. cost
Uncle Sam a lot of money.- And
officials fear a eooriev may some
day crash through a windshield oT
damage a -propeller, witn msas.
There s a reason for the comi
cal elutnsihess of the gooneys.
Thev soar without touching land
most of the year, .ta oy ine nine
they go to Midwav to mate ana
.J.,tt',.T" t -:'-l,.... ..fi
nest they have forgotten how to
take' off. Their, efforts to relearni
the art often finds them stumbling
along the runways.
When the mothball experiment
failed, a hi-fi fan suggested record
ing a gooney's. distresss call, then
rebroadcasting it constantly In
hopes the birds would high-tail for
territory they figured was safer
Midway old-timers dismissed
that idea quickly. They said the
gooney is so. dumb he wouldn't
know whether he was in distress
USTiXS.TSU.i8 ka: CCltX
; Miss GlairoFin
.The only solution seems to be
that, come the. jet age, planes will
be able to by-pass the island and
leave Midway to the gooney birds.
VERY LITTLE RUSSIAN
HAMILTON. N.Y. (UP) '-I
Only nine American secondary
schools offer courses in Russian,!
according to a study by Henry W.
Mott at .Colgate university. He
said most schools do not offer the
course because few states have
Russian tests in college entrance
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REPRESENT ANTES PERIVANCICH
. Ttl. 2-1 J8l r Panama
t f-t ..
...let., unit of its OWn.
The birth pains of Indepen Independence
dence Independence the South American
countries were therefore a Uttle
more painful than north of the
Panama CanaL But tkat is his-
. '.li ia talk now about
cultural and economicrelationi itoJ
lav. We beueve m angiauu u.
??rJr TR,th and Central A-
merica during thfal century, paral
leling the nee 01 our .- 1 1-lthe
lthe 1-lthe eve of becoming a reali reali-&
& reali-& and what we feel Si- Undon
7J,u. ...... ti-arlitinnal Dolicy and
your new arrival as one of the
eat cultural and economic fac fac-Sra
Sra fac-Sra of the.world. must be devel devel-in
in devel-in the cood of the world
and of our two civilizations. H
We in Europe tend,Ao th nk
if th nations in South America
.. a verv young, and large
ly inexperienced. That ia not nowj
true; ni when t paid toy first
- jA. visit to South America
T returned to England determm determm-ed
ed determm-ed that the best thing we could do
to England wai to make our own
So'wvery aware of the cultures
Uhe artaj music, architecture and
acience-whicn were mw es
only mentioning this because part
of my address is on economic re re-latiams,
latiams, re-latiams, and I believe that econo economic
mic economic relations between Gerat Brit Britain
ain Britain and South America will be
Bieatlv to the advantage of both.
But now let me just say this in
conclusion. Our relations nave ai
uiivt hpon verv intimate. '
4 Ever since uet days wheii you'
were seeking your freedom and
we were doing our best to help
you achieve It, we have bad our
intimate relation on the sea
our Navy and the navies of the
South American Republics are
intimate friends because of their
traditions of mutual aid ia the
early days of the development of
South America. ''',?.
We have many roots that are
very deep, and l Deiieve mat in
this day and generation we must
w a reaiiv in an as similar, think in terms of partnership and
if we Lok back, to the days when, hi terms of the countries of the
Panama was very much in the, world, not divided into small u u-newa,
newa, u-newa, to our first Elizabethan age 'nits, but advancing together, to
when spam,, fonugai, ana wo raise ine sianuaro 01 iug ui mu
utch and the British were out in
the world disebvering new lands,
when Panama became the centre
of European controversy as to who
should have the weaiin wnicn re
came in vniir ktvelv COOntTY.
in', toose nays we reauy siarieu
As the annihUation of space be
comes more acute, so numan rela relationships
tionships relationships must become more inti intimate.
mate. intimate. That being the case, one of
th most fruitful fields 'in Which
closer friendship can be estaousn-
our great advance in world ,poli- ed, is in the interchange of goods,
!. ant umnnmir. '' i nlanta and techniaues. and the con-
But we had the industrial revo- tinual increase of the knowledge of
hjtion which enabled us to lay the our cultures, ur social conditions,
railways, produce the machinery our history, and all that cpntri-
and the tools for prouueuon in ma- ouies 10 iriBuiy.iBuu-i w
Tu. xi.n. UTnrlH after a century Of1., mimh W lh. inDlication of ween Individuals.
t'Z a-sI i W -v, -.. .. ; .- -,. Ii..ui tnirnim' i I Th.r. la m nation exeeof fhe
' II V b Ma W
were'profoimdly ignorant of
the advances wnicn were uc.s
made. In every yountry according
1. :.. .;n. ii history and its
uaturaf resources, developments
taVinr nlaee of which
itvim Inr rnmmercial DuroOSCS.
Now we are on the verge of
something just as interesting
and something is which Great
Br Wn is in the lead and will
continue to be to ao s e 1 fi s b
a e. .''
individuals that make the nation:
abd the more, therefca-e, that our
contacts grow, and out mutual
knowledge increases, the greater
the bope for the world because the
future of the world can only be en-
liKlJlg piaCV WIUVU "... a e. V6: v IIUIUIC U IC an
knew far too litue m urw piu- jne discoveries ot me iasi- iew sora 01 permneuv. peac ""cu
in, 'Av'-;'..V"'-"' .'years are staggermg. we are en-people mtwHta vuwr. uo-
. Therefore t nd some Jong- tering upon an age when we will.cause they kno each other, forr
lehted industrial leaden hv Great, M1jjy have bur brains taxed to ; (five each other and eventually, in
Bntam, .' lounueu m corapreueuu wuat wo i w, -c iu.v..i -
Council. - enjoy. !., - ;-' tt. '
Loan Croups Are
Doing Bid Business
CHICAGO UPK Savings
and loans associations have been
doing a rushing business during
the past decade.
The United States Savings and
Loan League said that savings
associations financed the building
of 2,315,000 new houses .in the 10-
year period from 1946 to the close
. The league said that is "roughlv
the equivalent of furnishing each
family in our fourth largest state.
Illinois, with a new nouse.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AJ INDLFEXDZXT DAILY "TTSPAPa
iSrxuAT, jrxs is, is:i
ltiOGreidl wirf Sets Stifle
'..Avi feWi W'' ... fyH tiU4r of Wind L
! :u.i 1 17. - :a v I acs ;
i---mmmi- women s uona n Un,;- ua.jl
- M ft V
ophisticatod and coot the
- a union iwke nairwvi m fn
.iwt"1 'We this season. Much
the popularity is due to
r-Jv" n.euy. anu version, Dy
curu on we erowa aaa a
: trintt) over forehead.
BY ALICIA HART
MEA Beauty Editor
EMla f-t.-T. .."t
-Juch curiosity has been ex.
I -Jised about the French twist
-1 J- style. 'Many women claim
2 lu have 'never men what it
"rjis like, while others have
seen it, but dont know how it's
done. Still nthera want tn rim war
1T this style is for them.
The French twist is roll of hair
.. that goes up the back of the head.
It is worn with smooth sides and
either bangs or a slicked back
brow. It goes well under clatter
or dishpan hats and is therefore
seen around quite a bit this sea
son. It is a cool stvle anrt a rv
...... . ----
The chief stylist for a national
chain reports that women with
heads of ill shane nniitit thit
style. He finds, however, that
women with full faces and short
necks get special benefit from
wearing the stvle. When it it nceri
. ... ...
ior a minner.iappn wninan it it
done with a fringe over the fore
head and curls at the ears.
The French twist ran Ka itnu
with any Ions hair and. hv an y
pert, with hair as short as three
and a half inches.
It is. eenerallv cnnVinn a 4nh
to be done by an expert. Ru el,
chief stylist for Coiffures Ameri Ameri-cana,
cana, Ameri-cana, showed us how it was done.
According to him, a woman who
is not a violent sleener can lpv
the style intact from salon visit
to salon visit. l
However, abilitv at readintr di
rections, a double mirror and
Dractice mav rnahla wnmAn tn tin
ai nome oetween visits.
The hair is divided into four
portions. First, part down the
center nil th wa v tn th nana nf
me necK, to naive the hair. Then
part from the crown, down each
side to behind the ear. The twist
is done witz the two bark tmar
Thm ricrht haiV aontirtn la ihan
brushed over to the center of the
bark, railed nver the thnmh and
pinned down with hairoins. work
ing from top to bottom. The other
back section is done the same
wav. onlv it's Dinned nn tnn nf tha
first roll. The sides are then
smoothed back and blended in
The whnl triple it ilnlni it
smoothly and tightly. And this is
no mean trick. Women who want
to try. this style bad better hie
thpmsplvM tn. tha nearnt nmfpa
O tl A" I I
v if y i i
, 'Jhes Sit
hp ;"'ff i . : v v:
it B wA'1 W.MgimilllkaMai 3l
, . r c t iiiiMpMiiii i mi
1? ' -'
lenger. Most women tod their looks and coSfort tapy"leff tn bluejeans, U easier te keep i
BY Ai.rnt ntT
NEA Beauty Editor.
Mahv teen.a0N liV ti
----- o -i. w
meir hair u long, full bobs that
sweep the shoulders or-are even
Certainly, if a woman likes to
wear lontf hair ths mi fh.
. ,- .ubuv w.v MIC
time to do it. since a woman it
considered "too old' for long hair
i mu ujcreasmgiy young age.
Well-tendad, youthful long hair
can be very beautiful. But there
are several perils that gal
should avoid if she wants to
have her hair long.
Long hair does not mean a
haircuts. A gal with a .short
hairstyle naturally has to have
her hair cot every three weeks
or so. The gal with the long kair
tends to think that nay cutting
or trimming will, reduce the
beanty of her mane. The contra,
ry is true. Hair of any length
that isnt trimmed regularly will
develop split ends, which are un unsightly
sightly unsightly and make the hair hard
Split ends- develop with rapidity
in hair that's put up, wet, every
night. Hair should be kept under
close watch and the enrla shnnM
be trimmed and shaped regularly.
many ot tne wearers of long hair
have naturally thick, lustrous hair.
But too thick hair nrorliirea an un
ruly mop. Hair should be thinned,
IM 1. 1 ... I .
u iv auuws- sigoa. oi needing n ai
rial with Inrnr hoii- iltn ton1 tn
avoid washing it, eince it's a long
process. Since long hair is highly
conspicuous,' it. should be kept extra-clean
at all times. A gal
shouldn't; go to bed with her hair
soaKing ana set. it win soon loose
us lusier uus way.
BY ALICIA HART
..A Beaaty Editor, :
A. CTrown1 wnman nniyfit fn Vaa
Bad manners in her danghtor
or granddaughter .may.be for for-given
given for-given en the grounds that they
havent. been taught or that
they're simply ignorant of com common
mon common courtesy. 1
: But a woman in her middle
years has had plenty of time to
soak up knowledge of the little
courtesies that make the wheel
of daily duty turn more easily.
- A crown woman oueht .not t
trv on a dress in a shnn without
being sure her lipstick won't come
off on the dress. A salesperson is
perfectly entitled to protect her
merchandise hv reminHihs anv.
one who forgets this matter.
a woman oi mature judgment
should not leave a cigarette, burn
ine on the ed? of furniture nnh.
ilic washing machine or a restiu
It Is nndienified for a wnman tik
I remove all of her lipstick, on a
cotton machine-rolled' towel in a,
public' rest room. Certainly, it is7
commercially washed. But a worn
an with any self-pride' will refrain.
' Combina one's hair over a wain
bowl when other space is availa available
ble available is unpleasant for the n e x t
woman in line and remarkably nn
aavory for the attendant-:
Trying on hats over' dirty kair
is unkind. If one thinks about it,
one would realize what n ex.
pects from the woman who tried
on the hats last, -
And that' the sum totat-wht
dne a matur wnman rrut
. . .nj w
'from others whom she meets?
Two Ways To Reassu re Child
Upset By Pear Of Atomic Age
k(:J ill Vi
: ... J 't
V BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
Husbands who return tn the nf.
fice, after a day's, illness, with
glazed looks on their- faces, shave
just seen their wives in house-
working condition for the f I r a t
time.- --' : ;
What have these stunned prea.
Heads bristling with pincurls.
Stvlish make im nnntietins n(
breakfast jelly on the mouth and
a chic annointment of soapsuds in
the ear. f
Haute coutoure consisting of
l baggy blue 'jeans and dirty shirt
worn over tne skin or, at best, a
pair of panties held together at
the waist with a broken diaper pin.
All Wives don't .lnnlr lite 'thio
to be sure. But there are mighty
feW: WOmen .With children mil
home to care for who aren't guil
ty or tooKing'tnis way .now and
then. And a sick husband general,
ly provides the .last straw that
causes pride in one's appearance
to give way to expediency.
i With a nrnnerlv evininneil wnl.
robe, it takes little1 effort to look
presentable while managing a
home, children and said cf anky
Cotton dresses that wrap around
are easv to iron and have few an.
Wing frills. Most. of them have
the same big pockets that make
blue jeans so, popular for house housework.
work. housework. Three nr fnur that, part ha
rotated through laundry; ironing
ana wearing can enaoie a woman
tO look fresh anrl iin-nramr.1ni.
cy eacn day. t ;
If (tnA null nne't ha!t n 4m
ing the day, a frilly nylon cap or
a neatly-tied handkerchief should
cover the porcupine quills of the
pins and curlers.
Foundation garments are most
lmnortant. Bra and oirHie mm
for hard work shouldn't be onea
that have "snnin?" anrl wnn't Ar.
for dress wear. They should be
new and supportive, knd should
exercise good control.' A ''pantie
srirrlle It a onnA vhAijd ein if .1
1 lows freedom' of movement, but
gives the comfortable support v a
gal who teaches and lifts wants. A
strap brassiere with good support
Work dnex en fatter anl mmii
more pleasant if one looks and
feels like a member of the' human
race rather tran a witch.
'baunsnfi touch to business affair, la appUed by Mrs.
,fri ffiler personal "safe- for fllmr btoeJ 7
iL!.Iu,,4'We ebony, M eqalaiie exjuneUo?
rT.:..t Chinese cabinet maker's art. eXMf
PITTSBURGH, Pa. (NEA)
Though any rtockholder is enti entitled
tled entitled to sit in on a corporation's an annual
nual annual meeting, most firms expect
only a few large holders and key
personnel to be on hand.
Mrs. Jennie Rnessinr. nft.
spoken ex-suffragette from Oak
When she opened her purse to re
move a handkerchief every face
in me room grew pale.
"I guess they expected me to
pun out a gun or something," she
sum wuii a laugn.
manaeed to startle
that first meeting
, ".7 i uiai nisi uieeuiiK
land, Pa., baa other ideas, about without saying a word, her style
' the matter.
Because her mother was frail
and ai, .Jennie's father was the
one she turned to for advice.
His remark that insane persons,
criminals and women were not
permitted to vote started her on
a lifelong campaign for women's
- Inheriting a considerable num number
ber number of corporation stocks from
her father, she began to pioneer
a new field. Since the early 1940's
she's been fighting to put women
into' and take some of the stuf stuffiness
finess stuffiness out of big business and its
once-a-year meetings. Her tactics
have delighted, shocked and be.
wiidered some of. the nation's top
has chanced with the
There have v heen times
Mrs. Roessing's familiar voire led
the questions from stockholders
wun a candid approach that
lighted financial reporters and
- At recent Gulf Oil Corporal
uon meeting sne asKed resident
W. K. Whiteford to explain why
his rntonnYiV hart 'cn'Yisrt i i a.
presidents:.' s $ if
c Jt Jt-"Does
"Does Jt-"Does this mean Mr Pteci.
dent, you'lhjb doingAleti' work??,
Executives have learned tn
spect Mrs. Roessiiig. Some of her
suggestions have been accepted
and made: parts of annual meet meetings.
ings. meetings. Her initiative hat nSi.it.j
. ,, 11 t T ...UIK11
lieuevug wumana uiace i9in a numner companies invit invit-in
in invit-in the homes of big business, ing women shareholders to these
Mrs. Roessing attended her first1 meetings.
annual meeting 15 years ago. Ac-j .. . i ' i
tually a shy person, she claims it Women are said to control
took every ounce of courage she more than SO per cent of the
could muster., V money invested in American
"Every man in the room looked isl0CIM- i i
shocked when I walked in," she But it is onlv recenllv that.
remembers. "They seemed to sit: they have been able to attend an-t
-jfHis and needles, darting wor-inual meetings withou' causing an'
xiea glances ai me. cpiuemic oi raised eyebrows. i
Stakes $t Sasif hWacation
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
MY guest was psychoanalyst
oi wiae experience ana i was tell
drill at schooV I gave her one of
these.." .. ;
The pamphlet he -handed me la
. . --.j n....Wl- ..v f.luiluiLk 11. UIUUCU IIIVJ IB
ing him about an upset mother who titled "Work and Study Projects."
earn te ... win 5. : I Tt it ..lfla.ij.. .1 il -a j .
came to see me.
The previous day, her daugh daughter
ter daughter had come tome from school,
terrified of what she'd heard in
a social studies class. Apparent Apparently
ly Apparently the teacher had read part of
a speech by; an Atomic Energy
Commission- member who warn warned
ed warned that there is no end to the af-
" ter-ef fects of an H-bomb explo.
sion. jt-. r
. "What did vou tell tha mnthar"
my guest asked.
'To SO home and aalr the rhilil
to make the. evenina meal." I an.
swered, "ordering h e r .favorite
tooa and inviting her best friend
in to share it. I told her that the
onlv wav I knaw tn ranrel nut
-- w v. whvxi wMt ivm
of destruction was to perform our
gwu tuvmg aci 01 proauciion.
My guest nodded and I added.
Perhaps what really terrifies, us.
in the H-bomb is that we share
the same .earth with people who
could drop it on. other people."
' "'YF.fi.' agreed tnv onect T .1.
SO think that this ic What friahtent
the children." then, .eachme into
his pocket, he said, "So when one
of my patients recently brought
me a -storr nf hnw her. ittti. Kn.,
had been frightened by an air raid
.It js. a publication of the American
Friends Service Committee illus-
trating a number of the cooperative .'.
programs it sponsors. 4"
There's a photograph of 1 young''
people sawing logs together in a I
work camp, and jinother of a l
erouD discussion in an internatinn.
al seminar. A teen-aea : volunteer
worker ih a settlement house is a
college eirl sauints in the sun ha.
side the Mexican villa cr f am ilv
she lives, and works with on sum
SAID mv nsvchosnalvst ffuest. "I
asked 'my patient to shoV these
pictures to per ingmehed litUe boy
and sav. 'SO you see. thouah somo
people have found vnew terrible
wsys to destroy us, others have
found new wonderful ways to help
us Bve. These are pictures of peo people
ple people who are so 'busy building up
love and understanding with other
one that they haven't got time to
be afraid, ot being killed. These
are the neoDle we are clad we ihara
the earth with.' -,
The American Friends Service
Committee will send- thi namnhlet
to parents who want to ustf it to
reassure cnuarem- Just write the
committee at 144 East 20th street.
New York 3, N.Y. i
.. For a vacation, a gal should pick a wardrobe with as much all-round
practicality as possilble. But since vacation time is also
Sme lor fun, the clothes should be more -festive than usual,
rightly striped cotton knif (left) makes a sheath that's cool
r lliTl-li I III linn i, r ) iiir..i'IEja3
and casual. It's been treated se it wont shrink or stretch.
Pastel checked gingham (center) baa full skirt and bare top with
rhlnestone buttons. Caprt pants in denim drip dry, take ne
ironing. T-shirt has cow! neckline. All by Stephanie Koret
. NEA Women's Editor';
,.,NEW,YORIC (NEA) Worn.
en tan- be defined in many dif different
ferent different ways, and there's nothing
dearer re the hearts of men
(psychiatrists, ministers, hu hu-bands)
bands) hu-bands) than this process of defi definition.
nition. definition. They're constantly at It,
verbally and in the printed
word. y'p -:-' ...r.-'ivW-
When vou Eet amnnd tn the
matter of summer vacation ward.
rones, women Dernme verv eacv
to handle. They fall into three gen general
eral general classes: (a) those who like
to go dressy (b) those whtf favor
wue jeans ana l-smrts anil (r
those who combine dressv dress.
es and, the practical, practicallyi
no-iron Kind ot .cioues.
... .-.... ,. V :i'
- This vear. all three places. in
ibe made happy by the clothes de
signers nave readied ior them. De Designers
signers Designers have taken into consider consideration
ation consideration the farts that all
not lead -completely air-conditioned
lives all summer Inno' th
price is a point, that fabrics must
nom uieir own, ana mat travel
can be hot, dusty and wrinkling,
as well as scenic.
' They- also know that a gal likes
to look well on vacation, no mat matter
ter matter what her size. Kh mm he iti
lated most of the year with small
rats ana neignoors, but on her ve
cation, she has an audience and
wants to bloom.
S Women will find: lots of ma-chine-washable
year, good-looking fashions that
are modorately priced. Most ef
these will need touching up with
the iron even though they're
classed as dria-drv.
Many of them are wrinkle-re
sistant, and lots of the cotton knits
are guaranteed not to shrink, sag
or stretch out" of shape". (It's wise
w wok ror a nang-tag carrying
this guarantee, however.)
Every vacation wardrobe
should inrluHa at leatt Ana iImm.
dress unless you're going to spend
three weeks in a ci. ve.
This one miaht he 1 ntfn.
VOu'll hive drvUnntvl Aft V, tVl A
theory that you will wear it fewer
uraes ana want to .give It more
careful treatment than it will get
in a machine. Therefore
indulge vnimelf with niKniil.m
mmesione sparxie pr other frip
pery- : v -' i
Striped nJ'Said .ffllajte
This striped dress With obi sash la dona for summer by desfrner
Vera Maxwell In pnfnhn. Mtf.k -rv. TIrr? -J cr"ney
sSsvls-.fa usmtfmk wars.
By CAILE DLG7n Women's Editor. W"B
SUN? AT. JUM 1. mt
' TUX SUNDAY AJTTXICA
Social Security Explained
In Children's Comic Books
counselor or Chinese embassy r j.
S. S. SZE TEA'SFERRED TO IRAN
The Counselor of the Chines Embassy, S. S. See, who waa
v gecently transferred by his Government U Iran will leave on
- Monday by plane via the United SUtea for Teheran. His
' eldest aon, Ticf or Hsini Pan S wUI accompany him..
Mn gc will follow later with their othei three sons.
" fJitwtar Partv
l ... ,' .vtfl k.rMwtIavv Pae1f an.
:trtiBed afith a. small dinner par.
V at MU Mums in vrui notuu
recently in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph e i caste.
' Mrs. Jaarr Kerch Will :
Vacation in luraaa
Mrs. Jean A. Karch, teacher of
Art at Balboa Junior High School
. veft for her summer vacation a a-?
? a-? board the SS "Ancon': on Satur Satur-.
. Satur-. itav. Sha iill visit in New York
itntit the end of June when she!
will sail on a European tour. Mrs.
Kirch will return to the Isthmus
: before school opens in the Fall.
, Birthday Party ,. .
Master. Edgar H. Talley, son of
Capt. and Mrs. Harold H. Talley,
. will celebrate nis oircnaay ioaa.v
. .m.n arnnn nf'ornia. The infant has been named
his close friends at the bomt of,
his mother in Panama.
Leavinf Per States
Mr Tiffia Richardson accom
panied by her daughter Schuyler,
panied oy ner oaugnier cnuyiei,
willleave en Thursday for Connec
7 . i
ticnt ma isew Yors ior a mon
visit with ber family.
The Key b. taaets
a on vacanen
-Mr' and Mrs. ROV D. Reece
left for a States side vacation oni
t Saturday' aboard the SS "Ancon."
They expect te return te the Isth
mus la the middle of September.
0 Far Nw YerW .'
L, Mr. n4 ilrs. David !A.j Spier,
jr. left for New York Saturday ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their two children,
to spend the summer vacation in the
States-Mr. Spier teaches at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior High School and holds
the post of Student Association Ad Ad-visor'4
visor'4 Ad-visor'4 y ?V fulfil f, fr
"len Yeyaie" Dinner ,
i Miss -Cynthia Orr of DUbie
Heights- entertained with a "Bon
Vavaaa" rfiiiner nartv at the Ar
my-Navy Club at Fort Amador re-
eently. in Bonor oi aujs linger
. Mann, daughter of Captain and
' tin wb f tha 15th Naval Dis
trict. : Miss Mann will be. leaving
, th Isthmus shoniy.
. Tsose wbV attenfled1 the' dinner
were. the. Misses Gmny di BeUa,
Patty Hauler, Josie di Bella, Rose Rose-lene
lene Rose-lene Briceno, Tonia Kinsel, Emily
, Kuey, em i.nue.. jimm oonxu,
J Jouse Tate, the LeitenantsVB ob
RUey, Beth Litue- JeAnne aorreu,
Tt Taifblihg, Ted Paulson, Pete
aiH tha Messrs. Jim
a Hi- Vanr
.Kenny Wheeler. Jack Cor.
J Newbury, J
Jack Miniter. Dsill
Schmidt, and Harry Abares.
falbea High School Teachers
w,c. runda frV. Miss Ma.
tv Briaham and Mr.' Jacques
Cook teachers at Balboa High1
IVay to H:r.:ve Dandruff
New ceiHenneMd AMBIKIDI
, tctiaa ae etauary teaic
. yjjf Biil BaN01tTf Taait M.
. mf U iJ5r !. aMlikw
' iMfctac aair. luaif I lt (Mat
Witk mt aa4rtiar, a Hthtr aaa-
4raf rtMM UUyJ wllw a imh
1 l-4t. Mi) MaiiMaa ma
1 (ttiwl T".' i ' v--
. I Ali Uitmd iuiraf "tealM" ar
iIum -m aitMlr 44raC
; mIm. alr Hwa iwr a a
, r aira. N aarmd nM mwm
4t4rr OCT . mllr elaia.
Mh . i tu aw iM-nwra
aaucaiir. ar a
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- DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA
JULIO V0S, 8. A.
feeeaO Diagonal (Old "A" Street) Ne. 1-X7
' BIX in a. S94
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE!
, lyTyM -5
"' "- l-r
V' .",-. V-
' Choice Of-complimentary cockUU, or a really jnouth
' watering Brunch menu. Music by LUCHO AZCAKKAGA
: at the organ and entertalnmetttor young and old by
. ERIC THE GREAT. -
- -..-! per person
-' V r,-v r ; .' '. V" -?--v r.,,'t;'-y
a- GEORGE GODOY plavs the piano 10 p.m. 'to 2 a.m.
t v In tha Ralhna Rar toniffht. Tues Wed. k ThUTS.
t t : i
m T,TK A rrt A tan a, .
and bis orchestra : i
' plax every Wed. ;.-
... Bella .Vlst.Room. ,-.
School, left for New York on vaca vacation
tion vacation aboard the SS "Ancon" oa
U.S. Imbasty Hauiasuasts
Vr, Jnha A Roaera and her
United States Ambassador nd.
Vamnmum wv bbwbb,
Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington.
Letvina For France
Mrs. Joseph de La Cosle, wue'
!of the Manager of the
Tmt Comoanv W1U SSU ior,
France at the end of this -onth
accompanied by her two : daugh-
Birth Annoucement '''"
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Gunn
announce the birth of a girl on
May 28 at San Luis ODispo, iaiu-
Mr nunn is the former eea
Reyes of Balboa, C."?.
Te Study lewa
- "rk-, fhi-i
ed from Balboa High School its(
u..Au will j,AMtinita hit studies 1R
Mr. Ramon Reyes wno graouay
week will continue his studies m
flows in September. He is the son
of Mrs. Luisa Reyes of Panama.
t m v"""v r .v..
Egglesten Family Leave
Mr. Daniel M. Eggleston,
. . jM r'tvi. aMmmM arhtoh v 111 ha 01-
eomDamea oy nis iwo oum
Inu5: wfth.H .ailed en the SS
wuta ei i a....'J.i ikT.e-lMvtaal Vj4iAaiflnM aa?
AflCOll Oil Saturaay lor iwv.yif U4. iiiwwti awi-wa
month vacation in the States, The
Eeslestons will visit Washington;
New York, and Atlanta Georgia,
where they will visit with Mc Eg,
gleston's sister, airs, u n ri
Beall and in St. Petersburg, Flon-
A. .W.ra thv will VlKlt ilf. fc.R-
gleston's father, former C n a 1
Zone puot tapt. ; u. c. cs'w
and Mrs. Eggleston, ; ;
They wiU embark from New Or Orleans
leans Orleans to return to the Isthmus by
United Fruit ship.
Fert Clayten HCO Wives' Club 1
Held Installation Meeting
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club held sa installation- meeting
.t ha Fart CI a v ton NCO Club
fnecently. ?There wert gpproximaie-
ly 35 members andv guests pres.
nt. j "W i- twrrc-i
ik.nrio aiHit;'.affi(rara tor the
coming termi were t Mrs E l v
Moore, 1 president?: .t Mrs.' Irene
tr.;k nratiHant: Mrs. VlT-
nniuv, i w
min nnnctt. L secretary; Mrs.
Mellodean Grubbsr treasurer.
The outgoing officers were Mrs
Etta Hollsford,: president; Mil
Nnrun Miirnhv.i vicc-Dresident;
tr.. mthia CamoDeu. '. secrrva-
ry: Mrs. Stella Wagner, Treasur
the' gavel was' presented to the
hew president,- Mrs. Eva Moore,
by Lt. Col. W;
ItNSC ratawtt aatidendnrt
ar wempte la tuaiKalc
CiawaltawS M laaatrl Saa; to Ml
tMiM, u't Mmlniii' ra tt If
urMt Vimt la II.M MU. Jul
an viik i u iiutut. mm aa
Haft Ht ttt Wul tWart
i Va, f f
C' Vji.,. li ..
' lt i IX'J
In the air-conditioned'
of breakfast and lunch
for Sunday late risers!
J I I M'
fj V &r
oi Kirkeky Hfl
lata aotlc Ur inc:aslaa la lale
raluaa ska14 wbmittcri 4a lyat lyat-writtca
writtca lyat-writtca lara aaa auiltd I Mt at
tha aaa awmban Ihlei aailj la
. rial anS Otfetnwbt," ar aHvcri
ay huS la Ut alflca. Nailed af
atMtwti taaaal at acccawae fcy lata-
f at aJ a
Of H A i nab At Wllflill'l t-IUnl
s-Baat Halkna UIaih akaa 'a 'lilt aa-1 1 1
. M Mah i
meet at 9 i.n. on Monday at
the home of Mrs. Helen Want-
worth, at 573 San Juan Place.
All members are asked to at
- - :
" "ffi "eeriB1,"! T-"
Plies to rderc'- ;
Haraa Of 4 V i- : "J f
The Commander of the Heroes
of .'7 has called a 'bivouac' to be
held on Friday, June 22 at the
Bakery Building, Fort Gulick (at
rear of Commissary. Store at 7:00
Ptnzma On Ac:rid3
For US Tcschcrs; :
- . ar iii
En AH fCClIJ
I Ul ,, HII4 VI
-Panama will be the first stop
1am liv.i-Mli irlamnr tour of
Latin America for U5. teacherj
I.i.,. ,uik ..111 Wa nf.
v-,mw u.,.u. .....w.. ..
fered at a low-cost budget price,'
soclatlon and Brainiff Airways
anpounced w veeic. j
The 1 iteacher's may also earn
five semester hours of college,
credit for their participation in)
the educational tour. According
ta tha NEA. many city school
systems are now accepting trav travel
el travel by teachers In meeting professional-
rowth reauirements ef
Tiii h nn Draniff International
Airways, the tour will be head
ed by Dr. Sherman w. Brown,
head of the Modern language
Department of Knox College in
Galesburg,. Illinois. -; Multi-Un-
guist and author ot six books in
Spanish, Dr. Brown has traveled
extensively m Laon wnmcs run
Europe as director ot .KEA.tour
groups. He is a graduate oi uo-
li n.ll.k aa tha TTnlverlV Ot
till UUUV, 7
Chicago and has also studied at
the universities of Madrid and
The teachers will visit II ci ci-flea
flea ci-flea in Panama and the South
American countries of Peru,
Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chi
u t fin. mttA fnlnvnhfa Arte,
cia!l side trips to the most lnter-
asilna, tntartnr att.e are also in-'
.lnrirf In the ltlnerarv. The
teachers will be guests of honor
in many or tne ctues iot recep receptions
tions receptions given by local educational
("-'In Panama they" will make a
'tour of Panama. -City von the
imnrnina- nf Julv 21st and lunch
! at the Golf Club; Their second
day will be free, gnd in the eve evening
ning evening they will be guests at a re reception
ception reception with Panamanian teach teachers.
ers. teachers. The third day will be taken
nn with a. visit to the canal
Zone and to the Atlantic side
before leaving on Braniff,for
Lima. - w-
VCbl::.i School Sel
Fcr B:!i:3 1 Church;
Rcji$l:rin3 1$ Ibv
i l-Jans xa ucaiMlg cuivi""
for 'the annual vacation church
school of the -. Balboa Union
Church which this year will In Include
clude Include children, youths and lead leaders
ers leaders from Fort Amador and-15th
i Naval District Protestant chap-;els.-
; s; ,c Ur' ,-. y-ri.: ,-,
- The: school will .be open two
! weeks, Mondays through Fri Fridays,
days, Fridays, from .8:30 to 11 a.m. It be begins
gins begins tomorrow and .continues
through June 22! Running ex-
. penses of the vacation school
are aided by members paying $1
: for the first child In, a family
and SO cents. for each of the
others. ,',.. ; r,
i interesting sessions will be
held for young people entering
the eighth and ninth grades, the
junior-high department, as well
. as for children in fire other de departments
partments departments beginning with three-year-old
nursery children and
continuing through the seventh
grade. Bible study, singing, sto stories,
ries, stories, games, creative projects,
'and other activities win be used
'in developing a fuller under understanding
standing understanding of the Bible and its
j teachings' for young Christians.
The nrosram is under the su
pervision of Miss Thelma Tscha-
DOia, director oi cnrisuan eau eau-cation.'
cation.' eau-cation.' Assistlna- are the de
partmental super lntendents,'
Mrs. Kay, Bchoch,' Mrs. Ruth
Davis. Mrs. Marian Wells. Mrs.
I nana tVilann fra IJiifVi T in.
coin and Mrs. "Pete" Johnson.
There will be a staff of more
than 40 teachers and helpers.
Many have spent much time In
preparation for the school. :--
MRS. FRANCES GREENING is showtar Mrs. A my McCormlck her favorite of the' pictures she
has on exhibition at the JWB-USO. All the pi ctures are In watercolor,- a new medium for.
Mrs. Greening, who has previously worked only In oils. The picture will remain on display
until June 23rd. The exhibition Is sponsored by the Canal Zone Art League which will hold
Its annual ball for -the purpose of raising funds for an art scholarship to be awarded to
some talented young3ter, on Saturday, June 16th at the Army-Navy club. .--,
WASHINGTON (UP) The,
IndpDindnt Talanhnna An.iopiatinn
reports that independent compan-
les now serve 11,000 .communities
and cover two-thirds of the geo
pranhio ar f tha ITnitrf Stata
Thev ODerate one telerjhone in ev
ery seven. - V
: rpn. - A.I U 1
iuc numuer oi icicLiiiunc opet:
ated by companies other than
those of the Bell System have
risen from 3,185,000 to 8,461,000
in the last 20 years. This is an in increase
crease increase of 66 per cent. i-
At the end of 955 the entire
telephone industry owned 56,490,-
000 phones in the United States,
its territories and possessions. -The
association attributed the
unprecedented demand for tele
phone service to increased usage,
population growth and a prosper prosperous
ous prosperous economy. Independent outfits
have. a total. plant investment of
more than $2,000,000,000 dollars.
.Although the Independent sys system
tem system serves twice as many commu
nities, Bell companies operate in
most of the larger metropolitan
areas. Thus the number of Bell
telephones far v outstrip competing
nna th automation nid." i
Some of, tnr wes in wmcn ln-
dependents operate include Tam-
Australia Conducts Drive
Win British: Migrants.
By. ROBERT C. HOLLER
SYDNEY (UP') -r Australian! As an inductment W come here,
imtnigratioa 'authorities hope .to the depsrtment of. immigraUon
entice 500 British residents to i offers free passage to children un unpack
pack unpack their 'bags each week this der 14 years of age. Adults can
year and came to- Australia A.as' make the trip by paying only 10
The recnutmg campaign in Bri
tain emphasizes the opportunities
here for children. Posters adver advertising
tising advertising -. Australia, are b e In g
displayed in more than 25,000
United Kingdom post offices, and
adds .are being-. placed Mn daily
and weekly newspapers through
out Britain.. ;
The drive !s part of Australia's
camoaien to increase its popula
tion by migration. Each migrant
is offered financial help in arrang arranging
ing arranging bis passage to Australia and
guaranteed a job and a start lor
himself and -his family when he
Already the Australian govern-,
ment bas brougnt more man a
million and a quarter immigrants
here m the past eight years. It
hopes to get another quarter of a
Bl:j, l!:re Cc:M
(UP) Rear Adm. Donald B.
MacMilian,: gl.year-old Arctic ex-
ninnr hina at hia hnmc hart
.Mwtini, Uim aiilnkintfrflnhv I
He already bas written more
than 30,000 words and ha; just
ahnnt concluded that it will not be
lone book but seversl.
A member of the Peary expedi
tion that discovered the isortn
Pnia in loon. MacUillan has made
30 voyages to the frozen wastes
within the Arctic urcie. .-
thinlra K'11 hav to forefO
his annual expedition this yesr so
Ifnwavar ha lava be WI1V take
his schooner Bowdoin, now at Fal
mouth, to Labrador ana DBCK
"just to warm up ner engines and
MADISON, Wis; (UP) Two
cards turned into the conservation
department by fishermen who
tried their luck on -a lake espe especially
cially especially stocked with trout for ex
perimental purposes :
, ... Date Hrs. Fished
Aug. 13 3Vi-.
- Good project,' keep it up
Aug. 13 g
You stinker! l 4.' 1
1 f '
I A i : -i- v . i. 1
pa and St. Petersburg, Fla.;
l.nnff Rfarh Santa Mnniri and
the entire suburban area of Los!
Angeles, Calif.; Fort Wayne and
uu aiiva u. awo
:Terre Haute, Ind.; Durham, N.C.; 'T"":"'""
iSnmlAr S C V.rim Pi an(ti?cno0'. 11 tilt Compound, SUl-
'Laxinston. Kv. r ; .. ..
The association listed'"". tow'of
the changes in the telephone field
which independents have pion.
eered. Klon-afxihated companies in installed
stalled installed the first dial telephones
some 20 years after. Alexan
der Graham Bell made his inven
tion public in 1870. By the turn
of the century independents operat operated
ed operated autohiatic dial systems in va
rious parts of the, country includ including
ing including Chicago, San Francisco, Los
Angeles and Omaha. These cities
are now served exclusively by
Today, the association stated,
many independents are introduc introducing,
ing, introducing, direct long distance dialing
which eliminates the need of an
operator's assistance. v- ; .;
It said, however, that most of
the nation's long distance-service
is furnished by Bell's toll network.
Mutual asraamant allow, tha frea
interchange ot long distance calls
over -hnes' owned -by oota leg.
meats of the industry..
million from Britain alone, this
pounds each; Australia pays the
rest of the passsge.
The new drive Is aimed at ob obtaining
taining obtaining workers in more than 100
specialized occupations ringing
from medical practitioners ... to
A' department spokesman said
the. only limitation on British mi migrants
grants migrants are those, imposed by ship shipping
ping shipping accommodations and normal
health and character, .require .requirement.'
In March; 3,274 'British migrants
sailed- for Australia, the greatest
number in any one "month since
July of last year; and -officials
said' all ships sailing from Britain
to Australia are booked solid with
migrants for the coming months,
including the New Australia
owned jointly by the British and
Australian Governments which
sails 4te in May-with 1,50 Australian-bound
! e Cy i y
Pill For Diabetics
' ST. LOUIS -(UPj-1 An exper experimental
imental experimental compound in pill form
that may make infections unnec.
essary for some diabetic patients
was described before j the St.
Louis Medical Society,
ur. sol Sherry
Su;'.OIT ",aicul l
fnUtmid ; denvatiye, has hadiyearly earnings averaged $600 up
oiaer oiaoeuo pauents., la "sev
eral instances, the need for in insulin
sulin insulin has been' eliminated, he
said. i t 'k V
He said the con pound is under
intensive investigation in vari various
ous various hospitals and clinics, includ including
ing including Jewish Hospital here.
His Twin Grandsons
MUSKEGON, Mich..- (UP)
UK. !. Thronton, who has de delivered
livered delivered all. of j his -, grandchildren,
received congratulations recently
on the birth of identical twin boys
born to Mrs.: Edgar Thornton, his
ison's'wife. .': .;
' .Thornton delivered the twins.
his. 10th -and 11th' grandchildren,
t Mercy Hospital.-
SOLD IN ALL
quickfst wijr to "lovelier hair, color' 'SZ
7-SO EASY TO USE WITH THE AUTO.APPUCATOJdT ;
By GERALD tl.NNEI
WASHINGTON (LP) If I
parents are foggy about how the
Social Security law works they!
might clea? things up Oy peeking
through their children's comic
The government recently pub-
IM one entUled Johns First
The Social Security division of
the Department of Health, Edu Education
cation Education and Welfare prepared the
book to describe in simple terms
the benefits under Federal Old
Ago and Survivors Insurance. A
spokesman for the department
said the illustrated book is direct directed
ed directed mostly to teen-agers.
But for any of the nine out of;
10 working Americans who come
under the Social Security retire retirement
ment retirement pregram the book may.be
With 'A Look into the Future."
the book points out that by 1975
twice as many people w .or a to total
tal total of about 18,500,000 .will be
receiving monthly benefits, Nearly
93,000,000 people will be insured
under the lew compared with
about 71,000,000 insured at the beginning-of
The first of two personalized
stories illustrates tha steps a high
school graduate takes to find em employment
ployment employment and obtain a Social Se
curity Card. The the story shows
how the law sttacts an aging larm
er and his tamuy.
Tha department spokesman said
the multi-colored picture book is
an experimental One and is being
sent to district Social Security of
fices around the country lor dis
tribution upon request, it- was
printed in April and is the first
of .its kind.
A fact-filled center spread !.i the
book breaks down the benefits a
worker and his family, receive upon
retirement, death or disability of
Monthly payments to a retired
worker or his survivors range
from 130 to a single person whose
te -$200 to a widow and two chU-
v; PLASTIC FOU. (
NEW YORK (UP) Plastic
telephone poles made of glass-reinforced,
resin will come into use
this yesr. The publication Chemi
cal Week says the hollow poles
weigh about 125 pounds each, and
promise many advantages .ever
the old wooden ; variety.
THE ROSE TATTOO
-tke boldest story of loye you;e ever bjen permitted to eta!
OPENING JUNE 12
THE PICTURE JHAT WON J OSCARS
Fashion of .the. hour.
to suit every occasion
We have also cocktail wear.
Seaixiiid hair color
USED IY THE IEST
O. it COLORS.
O U CONDITIONS
O it CLEANSES
and it data ALL THREE
THE SAME TIME!
$ II A M O O . i tke
DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA
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JULIO VOS, S. A.
r : :. Second Diafonat (Old "A" Street) No. 7-27
Bex No. 297,
Jdrea whose yearly income
Another section of the la-pag:
book reviews briefly 2; years oL
..... ... ,oniv about
L.karin i LS
any retirement system, and only
lic r,tirement program;" th. A
.ri tt -i ...
count en retirement benefits for
themselves and their cjejxndents..
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YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD ATJ4 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF "OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
I C ')U'AVIlA JR.. M.D.
oeu n"ince Scboo Wytww
! RETIREMENT, LIFE
I Phene Pnm t-0S5
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PANAMA RIDING SCHCrOL.
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4URNETT & DUNN
3"!-- T.Tmtii. vou learn-
Studio El Panami Hotel
' BAIiOOM DANCE
s tocnu mIIoibsm.
,our PERSONNEL proWm
k TeL J-M66, Box 416S w
' raawwu.;.; 5
'fin A STEP TOWARD
2 NEW BEAUTS
MCA BEAUTY SALON
?VELMA DARNELL, Mr.
V. S. Personnel only ;
tgnEDISH ft MEDICAL MASSAGE
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' tJMTXD STATES OP AMERICA
Canal Zone :
Vnltei States pltrkt Crt
The DUtriet of. The Canal Zone
" Balboa Division
In the tnattor ot the Estate of Jemat)
Public Notice tt hereby given thataU
t underslfned Administratrix to the
! tice ot Arias, Fibres Jb7Vt
l' Central Avenue, Panami City.
T'uSt thTFirat i?t?d?,
. i rit a. tir hetore the lztn day
'n, AprU 1957. or the, will b
r-rred. Said claims must be supported
Y the affidavit ot the claimant or some
, Von hit brtutlf. that ih mounti
' J 'y due, that no peymente have been
' -.ui.k not credited end that
. lUri tie no oft-wttto the seme to the
. knwledse of the aniam.
Dated this h day ot June 1S5S.
Vtrrrnla Knowltea Eokerts
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ECUmiES IN PANAMA I
lltUS, MATUSS1 ASSOCIATES
Abtolr jfacjontt ? W
Bitt induclari .' S4V
Criiento Panami W .. "-50
f teeerU HSelonal a
Cfiirlcana- do Leche .... 11
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mefia do Aeeitos ...
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(Commercial Notice i
t LIBRERIA PRECIADO
- I tree. No. IS
Agendas Internal, de Publication
. Ma. I Lottery j
v. Central in. 45
FOR SALE: 12-ft. Friaidtir
' lika mi, Ttppaa. a tty, i-
iaca dining room auita .with 4
chain, Mtematk Btndix wuhar.
2 and taklat. Ownar fcaing tuni tuni--
- tuni-- farrad to Statat. Panama 1-
1959.:. r..:-- ..
FOR SALE: ; Wrmar
washing m a h i n a, 60crck;
portibla Sinaar tawing .machina?
'formica loo tibia, -3 cbain, ;
. .lounging' chain' with matching
ottoman, and tablet, .foam '.wb-
bar ciuhiont, utility kitchait cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, dek lamp,, hit bos, 6.C.
hran,, W a f i I a: iroit, Undarwood
typawritar, 1 8-incb cacriaga, all
in vary good condition; 'Leaving ,.
Isthmut. Priced fof ukk ula. :
Pbena (3-6212, Qtrt. 2015-A,
Curundui ,. .. ...
FOR SALE Neutehold goodi.'
Ca Ft, CUvton 41.81. ,j
FOR SALE-llack bamboo li li-ing
ing li-ing room let See at Calla Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay and 49th St., Bella Virti.
!' FOR SALE : 9-u. ft., Wetting.
heuse ZS-cycle nfrigarator, 6
metal Quirtermattar chain, liS liS-rary
rary liS-rary table, metal cheat of draw
r. droiter and minor. Phone
Balboa 2998. 563-B, Corotal.
FOR SALE: Sponge-like liv living
ing living roein tet, lika new. Call
FOR SALE -Refrigerator, wath wath-.
. wath-. r. .fan Mall 25 eyelet).; bed bedroom
room bedroom suite, Singer tawing ma machine.
chine. machine. 0845 Gavilan Road. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3283 Balboa.
F0R SALE: Thor temi-iutoma-tic
wathing machine, good con condition
dition condition $100. Panama 3-2387
FOR SALE! 4-burner gat ranga
Norgo with large window oven.
Price $100. Phone 83-2249.
Boats & Motors
;,F0R? SALI.- Ford
and 60-hp. motor
' 5440 DUblo,-2-3l88
-FOR SALE: 1955 Elgin eut eut-,t
,t eut-,t hoard motor 7 -hp., never been
sited $110. Call 85-4189.
, ? em,-
; s. .' : (NEA Telephotos)
NEW FACES IN THE BRINK'S ROBBERY Edward Bennett
(left) and John F. BuccelU are shown after they wen taken
into custody in South Boston during a raid on a tenement in
which an estimated $100,000 was found bidden behind a wall.
The money was identified as "definitely" part oLthe loot taken
in the 1950 Brink's holdup, : , :
J' H 1 1
l2J W J
HOT MONEY FOUND IN WOLER Detective Sgt. John T.
Howland inspects an estimated $100,000 in mouldy bills which
were.found by the FBI and members of the district .attorney's
staff In the beer cooler (right), behind a panel 'of a'wali ln 'a
Boston tenement AccordlnR' to the FBI, the money ls,"def 1
. 'nitely"; 4art of the $1,219,000 Brink's holdup ioot. .
W U Carxasquilla
ttb et Jul? Ave. J St
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
Crenbrook) 4-door tedin.. Very
: food condition. Extrat, radio.,
krome-ventt, -undercoated, teat
covert. Bargain at $550 Call 3 3-1577.
1577. 3-1577. .'Kvr.v;-v
FOR SAU 1950 Studobakar
Champion 2-door $300. Balboa
FOR SALE: Four-door 1953
Chevrolet, 14,500 mi lee lika
- new. Owner being trantferred, to
Statea, Panama 2-1959. ..
FOR SALE.- Station Wagon, '51
Chevrolet four-door, 8-patien-ger,
'excellent condition. Phone
Fort Kobba 6231.
FOR SALE 1 953 Singer.. pr pr-,
, pr-, feet condition, II ,000 milei'.
578-E Curundu, Phone 83 83-'4183.
'4183. 83-'4183. FOR SALE: 1949 Nash 2-door.
Tires nearly new, good motor,
low mileage, $200 caih. Curun Curundu
du Curundu 7162. v.v-.-.V.Vi..
FOR SALE-1953 Fiat 4-deor
eedan. Law mileage, perfect con- i
dition, duty paid, $495. Call
Panama 3-1186 before J p.m.,
3-77 1 0 evenings. 7
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobila
'Holiday Super Deluxe Hardtop,.
' hydramatic, radio, $800. Phone
Panama 3-2765. V
; FOR SALE 1953 Dodge 4-dr.
sedan, 8 -cyL Coronet, lets thin
11,000 miles, in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Phono 83-621 2, fltrs.
2015A, Curundu. 'Sv
FOR SALE -49 Cadillac, good
condition.: Mutt sell this week,
Lesving Isthmus' Real bargain
0845 Gavilan Road. Phone 2 2-3283
3283 2-3283 Balboa. '
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobila
98 Holiday. Panama duty paid.
SI 195 or best offer. Balboa -4135.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Thun Thun-derbird.
derbird. Thun-derbird. Low mileage, excellent
condition, duty paid. Phona Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-0088 between 8-9 a.m.
daily except Sundays,
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, 8000 miles. Call of office
fice office 85-2283, Quartan 33-
: (NEA Telephoto)
.-. Ave. IlveU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Coastal a -.". v
" 1(4 Central Atom
BOX 2081, ANCON, CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
Meeting for Wonhip
Sunday. Juno 17th at I la.m.
Pleate call Panama 3-6044 for
information .0 plaee of meeting.
FOR SALE Brand new General
Electric 80-gallon electric hot
water heater, Ideal fee bar, re re-taurant.
taurant. re-taurant. barber ihop or beauty
parlor. Phono 3-0654. 1
SMALL NATIVE HORSES for
'tale. -Call at Panami Riding
School, Old Pnama.
FOR SALE Royal Enfield "500
Bullet" lika new. $350. Terms.
. FOR SALE One each air-conditioner
Frigidaira I -hp., Philco
A-hp.. Chrysler Airtemp 'i-
, hp.; excellent condition. Also
various household items Call
Panama 3-1774 or tea at 5-83
Federico -Boyd. M.
FOR SALE-V.M. Hi-Fi record
player, portable, lika new. Tela Tela-.
. Tela-. phona 3-0272 Panama.
FOR SALE Hammond Spinet
' organ, excellent condition. Priced x
to tell. Phona Childress, Panama
FOR SALE: Upright nlano
: $200, girl's bicycle $10. Balboa
2762 ...r-... ..
FOR SALE: 1953 Fard Ranch-
f wagon, 6 cyls., no accessories,'
43,000 miles, excellent condi condition
tion condition $1150; Philco freexer, 12
cu. ft. cap., 3 yean old, perfect
running condition $250; dining
room suite, hardrock maple, 5
chain, table and hutch, beauti beautiful
ful beautiful $250; Haywood-Wakafild 6 6-cushion
cushion 6-cushion sofa, $35; living room
rug-hooked VtV $45; tatual
lounge chair $10; upholstered
chair $10; upholstered divan
F SI Sf eat of HautaehanMuso
( enma mens marenao goir
eiuetuHaipn uuoani irons, f
top notch woods $100. CaU 84;
4179 or sea at Qtn. Ne. 108
Ft. Kobba. y. 4 ;.; ; I
WANTED. Spanith speaking
Panamanian, cheerful and reli reliable
able reliable with, good disposition. Ex Experience
perience Experience and references required.
Live in, cooking, housekeeping,
aid baby cam for small Ameri American
can American family: House number 27
7th Street, Golf Heights, be between
tween between 10 and 2 p.m. or write
Box 441 Balboa.
That's Fit To
By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK. (NEA j.
Here's to desr old father,
A grand and xlonous guy.
We've gone to so much bother
To buy this ortnee tie.
U all Father's Day means to
you is that, you've got to go out
and buy Dad another wild tie, skip
the rest of this piece. But if jou'd
really like to-snow tne oia boy
that you think he's a pretty decent
sort, maybe youvcouid us a lew
Father, beinf the bill-paylne
and waue-earninf type, generally
feels he'd like his gifts to be sort
of practical. If he's short of ties.
or likes ties very much, : by all
means get him one. But don t let
a tie be simnlv i last resort.
And if you do decide on a tlo.
first look at the ties ho does have
or notice the ties he admires If
ho likes stripes and you like polka
dots, got him a atrip. If ho likes
conservative colors, bo guided ac
cordindlv. .... .... ..
That's'. good mie no matter
what vou set. Don't let him a
Hawaiian sports shirt when he
orefers a solid color. Don't get a
pair of fancy suspenders whenall
he wears is a belt. .;'...
With summer comuix In. some-
thini for his summer wardrobe is
probably ; the best bet;; Most men
could no witn a new spons ima
Find out his site, get. a general
idea of the type he likes, and go
buy one. You- can find sports
shirts in every price ranfie, too.
And vou mieni give mom urosi
by buying one of the new wash-
A pair of Bermuda snorts is an
other thought but don't get
him a pair if he violently opposes
uie wnoie iues. u, uuiretu,
miaht h the venr thine. Work
from his waist size'; when buying.
Bermuda shorts.; m ? , .,
Other summer Ideas a light lightweight
weight lightweight summer belt; cool sum
mer socks; sanaais; im- ceruu-
pate for a straw bat; summer
rims shirts of open' weave, ma
terial: sunglasses; a comoinauon
n( atraw hat band., tie. belt.
If he's not the loaiing in ine
ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
anodorn furnished aperrmeatt,.l,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold watts,
Phono PoaxusM 3-4941.
FOR RENTf Modem cool,
completely furnished apartment
in excellent location, .. living
room, dining nook, 1 bedroom,
kitchen and hath. For 3 sonths,
8 Juno to 8 September.' Ideal
for rospoasibh individual or cou couple.
ple. couple. Reasonable rant. Call Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4868 from 7 a.m. to
9 a.m. 1 p.n. to 10 p.nu: T C
FOR RENT. Apartment et "El
Cangrcfa," first floor, spnltary
service and garage, comfortable..
Recently constructed.. Phone 2-
FOR RENT Nicely- furnished
apartment wrefrigerator, porch,
dining room, bedroom, kitchen,
sanitary conveniences, tile d,
Kreened, $55. Apply 112 Via
Belrtario Perns near Roosevelt
Theater. ; . .'.V: vf.
FOR RENT-Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 'apartments available.
Contact Alhambra. Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 15S6, Colon..
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
pkrtment, private entrance,' Leva-.
' ly residential section. Large liv- -ing
room, dining room, two bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, two baths, maid's aler alerters,
ters, alerters, locked garage. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
. CAB BCIJT. E....:. L.J ......
furnished apartment, Ineapena Ineapena-nt,
nt, Ineapena-nt, reasonable price. Vista Her Her-mosa,
mosa, Her-mosa, Ricsido Mire 52. Phona
3-5229. '. ' .:
FOR RENT-2-badroom apart-:',
ment, living room, dining room, 4,
kitchen. 13th Street, San Fran Fran-cisee,
cisee, Fran-cisee, Via Porrat. Phona 3-2457.
FOR RENT ; Attractive, mad madam
am madam 2-bedroom apartment, maid's
room, front terrace, hot water
heater. Near El Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT. Apartment, unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. In pleasant turreundingti
living-dining ream, 2 bedrooms,
: 2 bathrooms, maid's reem, ga ga-rage,
rage, ga-rage, laundry facilities, hot- wa.
tar installation' $90. Bella Vista,
haute 32 44th Street. Phone '8-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
man! with bathroom, light, gag
- and telephone $65 and $60.
Heuse 172 Sabanat, rear of Sa-
banes Fire Station. Inquire' Qui-.
ane. Phone 2-2718. 'X-
FOR RENT: Modem apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 2 bedreomt, living-dining
room, maid's room, garage $100
and $90. "Irma" Building, VP"
, Street, El Cangreo. Inquira Qui Qui-jane.
jane. Qui-jane. Phone 2-2718. i
ins- hatband, tie and belt .by
Adam Hat! Stores.. This one Ms 1
, jki the MacPherson tartan.
..... .. 1.''. i 1
sort, he'd probably appreciate
jewelry,. like .cuff links. But, first,
be sure ; her, wears -shirts,- with
French -cuffs. -If he does.a, new.
pair .of cuff links is almost sure to
be -'useful. Swank, the-, biggest
manufacturer, believes me com-ins-
look in cuff links is what they
call, "elegant" marked by.- small
er, neater jewelry, "witn motnw-of-peari,-
sterling .silver and gold-'
fiiii cuff links. -; ;' --
For a really frivolous ;$ft,trj
v HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
i. fee, do a Om ;
FOTO DOMY V
. Juste ajMMtou tw MlilH.
-j M Street Me. .'.
Gramlich's Santa Ciera Beech
Cottages. Modern cenvenianaea,
moderate rates. Phono Caaiboa
S-441. -y. .v1-1
APNIUIPS Oceonsido Coltagaa,
Santo Clam. So 435, telaoo.
Phono Paaassa 8-1877. Criatt
. W8-U78.; V .v'-'-- '-i.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile, past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balbaa I86C ;- '";"
. FOR RENT tr-r Commercial site,
approximately 200 square me-.';,
ten. Corner of 'w" and 14th
Street Weat, ; halt block, fieie
Central Ave. Inquire: Quijsnp,,
h Phono. 2-27 18.vHi '. !.:S ;
BERKELEY. Calif. UP) -.
mil . n i p .
loo. move is on- to nop -wamor-
ma farmers from relying on
"cheap'! Mexican farm laborers-to
harvest the rich agricultural' yield
of tne state s vide valleys. .-
In a report on present farming
conditions in California, Varden
Fuller professor of agricultural
economics, at in univerj ny oi
California, said the1 state's farm farmers
ers farmers ; g e 1 1 1 n g .squeezed two
ways:" 'X:--' i '- :V
I. American-iorh laborers '.; are
steadily pulling away from the
marget., ; ',
2. Mexican employers are ex
erting increasing pressure to tai
the 'exporting of surplus laborers.
In general. Fuller noted that
American-born workers are leav
ing the fields because the work
is cominr to be regarded as "Mex
ican, work" and because the re
wards are so small Fuller said
that farmers are going to have
make the jobs more attrac
tive to "citizen labor,"t if they
are to keep up production levels.
Fnller also warned; that if it"
amuiovment increases in the Unit
ed states, i the sovornmont will
fact strong demands to end im-
nnrtin M larjnrera. : j.
. Fmm tha Mexican Mint of
view, the situation is. also begin
rung to be a source oi.imuuou.
Fuller said it marmot be long
nafore Mexican employers begin
exerting pressure to stop exporv
in of Mexican nationals because
the U.S. wage rates on cung
as ; a lever to pry .up ateuuenu
atanrlarrll 'i -. :
irniur said the agreement be
tween the United States and Mex
ico on the use oirMexicas uoor
provides that citizen labor snouia
replace aliends when available.
This means lunsuiuuui an uncer
tain labor supply for one .that is
certain. ... : .' ;.
Tha iit at tnia ana me new
pressures building in both coun countries
tries countries is that California farmers
probably wiU have, ? toy abandon
"an essennauy pasaivo imw.u
toward the recruitment and use
nf eitizen labor" and to make the
field attractive enough to draw on
the younger ago groups w A""'
one of the new:lriats-4he tas-
seKtipped sUbsUtutts tor ties now
being worn with sports shirts,
nut iw verw sure voUr man is
the frivolous type.' Otherwise, he
may hang you wun u.
ass.tus back.' Mart. Berk.
of Berkrsy 4 Corporation, t a ; big
sports Jacket manuiacturor, oo oo-jecU
jecU oo-jecU to the currently increasing
foreign Influence on' US. sports
clotnes.; i-er -owtut w
backyard moro onen," Jiera saa.
u. thinta the majority Of fall
sportswear fashions wmcn iei-i
tura "The Ski Xook" aro suly
here when so many mncns
are migranng to tno souxn ana
Southwest, where there's precious
Uttte skiint V V ed news a
new labor contract mesas price
rises of up to 15"for-en's -suits
in .the falU i,i
' c:.:;Tedxniciaiis. 'P :
Compt TV 'SorvrCt
v .Job.; or Contract,., ,.
V' i-.VH!' ar,dDARiEN
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
. Psrce Leftrre T Street
7 .-"' .' Tit tHM tu ::
:. NOVEOADES ATHI3
FOR RENT? Vacation quartan "i
; Juno 15 to Sept. I. Completely v
r furnished heute. kitchen dining
and living room. 3 bedrooms (I :
air-cenditioised). 2 barbs, maid's
. quartan, largo yard, tan so. La-
etod lalla Vista. Phona 3-6757.
FOR RENT-Medarn 3-bedroem
chalet, furnished, tcreened, din-,
hflivinr roam; outtido tarraca,
, kitchen., garage. Attamira, next
Serf Club. Phone 3-3226. .'
tOk RENT.irXheUf, wi bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, in 52nd Street-. Ma, 1 1,:
Bella Vista,. $$5, Infonnation at
amo addss.;.':v" j ..'?
FOR RENT Chalet Ucat.d j, j,-"Ahos
"Ahos j,-"Ahos del GoM Ctrrasquilfa,
Uviirg teem, 2 bedrooms, kitchv
en, garage; and ample space for -playroom,
Phono '. pffict bour
; 3-0670. ;
FOR RENT-3-bedroem chalet
furnished, in jresidential section.
; Maid'a room and bathroom; all
conveniences. .vHaff block from from-Golf
Golf from-Golf Club and bus stop.: Phono
' 41 -katoataw m. aai.. r
-xi j pr a-z70P. "tt.H...
'li'.'..'' ; V?v''.- '-i
ly jiDWARD I; CORNISH
students who- never carried a gun,
may soon capture the high-walled
Pretorian Camp,, which has "been
Kome's biggest muiury installa installation
tion installation since the -days of Chirst, :
The sprawung Fretonan Camp.
built by the Emperor Tiberius and
known to Romans as the Castro
Pretono, houses a. horse-drawn ar
tillery unit of the Kalian army.
Its 1.500.000 square feet of land
take up, priceless spaco only a
stone s tnrow irom : toe oruuani
mndfrrn Term'i railway -stati"t in
IUlian officials have long agreed
that Rome can do without the
toace-wasting artillery unit in its
midst,. But who will take over the
cams when the soldiers leave?
ino answer is odvious io ruuuc
. i . n..LU.
TnstrueUon Minuter Paolo RosiL
who leaped' into the international
mnt-lurht earlier this year with
his plan to abolish Latin for Junior
high school students, aossi .u pot-
. . I i 1L.
lsbing a proposea diu w wrs sn
imn Into a new site for Rome's
central nauonai uorary. u mo diu
gets cabinet, approval it will go to
parliament. i .
, Tan Man looks
No one who has been In the
nmiont ramshackle building of the
Victor Emanuel Central National!
Library (biblioteca Nazionaie ten-
tralo; Vittono Emanueie) aouots
that enmethinc needs to be done
fast, The 16th century couegio ko-
mano palace which nouses tne
library i so rickety that city en
gineers renisea to aiiow n ro pui
im firenroof metal shelves because
the floor might collapse under the
Several years "ago. the library
had to be closed while urgent re-!
pairs were made to the dangerous-
What's more; the hbrary is so
lammed with books that to get any
new ones in,, old ones have to be
THE. PALACE OF UIMOERTAICING t
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.kichuss of thttr wt ask
FOR SALE. Cangreje: two ox-
cellent lots .900 meten each.
' High' racatios upper pat Yia
Argentina Boulevard. Excellent
- Heighten both aides. SeH mdivi mdivi-'dually
'dually mdivi-'dually $10 per meter or both at'
$9 SO. CaU office) phono 2,-0364.
'. Panama.'.' :
''Wall built, retirement hemes in .
St. Petersburg, Sunshine City of
Florida,, from S7.9 00: Also teas-
. anabhr -rentals. Contact TROY
HAYES, ca A, F, WHITE, Ral-
tor 195 9th Street North,' St.
''. Petersburg ." ,'- v. i
Attsnfian Atlantic tide Pre Pre-teens
teens Pre-teens end roentgen! Summer -Ballroem
danco classes wiH, bo
held ; at the Inter American
Women's Club. CofonV -vmt'-i
Tuesday 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. ; v
Registratiao-Juno 12th, 9: JO to -'
11:30 a.m. Woman's Club, 5th
and G St., Colon.. Or caN Balbaa ;'
2-423. or P a ova m a 3-1660. r
I6-Vi hr. lessens and free danco
book only $10.00. Haraett o
i Dunn;;'i w.W s&;'i f'i.ktsSfr
moved outvs Scholars winiili. :
thtraselves lucky, if, Uaey ean get a
needed book in an hOUTi i'-x
aiio uorary nas. some; J,8(H),008
books. It. is Rome'a his-ffeat. al
though second to the Central Ntf- u
tional Library of Florence ,which
has some?2,000,'i4f- s
UTie Kome library wis founded
in 1877, shortly after IUly became
a modern nation throu eh th tmi. .:
fication of 'its various provinces. U i i
The comparative newness of tha '' I1
country's unification r has meant I
that Rome has no library to rank J
with the B'ibBrif ""- Fntio"-' is '.(
P.- Pe I n ab- .. J" i 1
r tne JL. j u ia' H j
'YNew-Cafaleiuf '' f 3 i
Italian officials said ihev 1iad no
doubt, the library would eventaully
be moved into the Fretorian
Camp, but -the date remsinu un
certain. One major question : ia
where, the artillerymen- will go,
One suggestion is that the Cee Cee-chignola
chignola Cee-chignola barracks south of Rome
could bo enlarged to take ear of
them, : -1 ; r;;'. :,i,ii''.yr-ljf .. ;
Meanwhile.' Italy Is making an- i-
other move to improve its library
system. This month visitors ar
getting their first look, at the Na National
tional National Library's new catalogue,
which lists the contents of oight
At present, librarians kayo only
rough guesses of how many orig original
inal original works have been printed in
Italy. Some suggest a figure of
10,000,000, others 15.000,000, But in
a few years scholars hope to hay
most of them catalogued soschol
ars can find them. ; - u
Money as usual is on of the
chief -obstacles in. modernizing It -.
sly's library system. The renova-.
tion of the Pretorian Camp, for
exampl, will -cost -: an estimated estimated-$4,800,000,
$4,800,000, estimated-$4,800,000, a big sum for econimi-'
tally pressed-: Italy. &r.: ;
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TEE SUNDAY A.MESICAK
Fi i-v M fiit iTi TT 'V
THE ROSE TATTOO A
-the boldest story of lovt yoo'v. evtr been permitted to ml'.-
OPENING JUNE 12 AT THE CENTRAL :
' J In Cinemascope! "' ;
Lauren Bacall. ta
Everybody's hero on the screen at iasti!
y (Sing of Thar Wild Frontier) v
- Plus: The Best of mil: v,
TARZAN and MAGIC FOUNTAIN
Charlton Heston, In
v FAB "fifoittZOsV
In VJstaVklonl -.i'
THE PICTURE THAT WON 3 OSCARS t' V
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmm wmm mmm mmm mm Ma "W
At 9:00 pan.
t THE SEA CHASE 4
TALL MAN RIDING
with Randolph Scott
- Also: SP,
TWO MORI f
WEK 5TIYENS, la
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Getr Bit Part V
In Hollywood Film
Sol Jacobs, manager of.Univer-
sal Films is Panama has recently
returned from a Universal-International
Global Conference held in
He claims the highlights of this
history-making conference were
many., atartirut with the opening
session at which a, message of
greeting from President ;isen
tinwe.r was read.
The. 72, global delegates, he. re
ports, were 'signea oy u-i a
made their Hollywood film debut
in technicolor-cinemascope iilm
Four Bright Girls. Girls.-Jambs,
Jambs, Girls.-Jambs, said that the film's three-
tor-writer, Jack Sher took advan advan-taga
taga advan-taga of the delegates' presence to
write into the script a cene in
which the four girls, ; Marianne
Cook; Julie Adams, EJsa Martinet
li and Gia Scala are guest of hon honor
or honor a conference meeting.
For Guild's lief
Tryouta for "Detective Story"
the Theater-Guild's first pro-
aucuon or me new season will
be held tomorrow and Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Theater
uuua building in Ancon.
ine piay, wnicn requires a
large cast of 34 will give mem members
bers members and prospective members m
good chance to take an active
part. All who will be available
for rehearsals and production
uirougn tne month of July are
.urged to attend. 1
Mrs. Adela Bettis, who has di directed
rected directed three other Thea t e r
Guild plays, will direct "Detec "Detective
tive "Detective Storv." with the a.il;tane
fof Alex Plotnikoff. Mrs. Bettis
aiso directed "Male Animal,"
"Over 21," and "Boy Meets Girl."
Mr. Plotnikoff is best known
ocally for his work on the stage
ii rcvcrai recent ineater Guild
shows. : v
"Detective Story" 1$ m three-
c, orama bv Sldnev tt
which was first produced in New
York in 1949 and was later made
into ft mnvU Tha anflnH
Now thw'r. t.llln. u A W.ll l v 7..Tl '"-u so wri
..... ., ..... ue aljUBa room oj rew
S,rV2p? My Jh' v,rT b,r,-f 1 ifork City precinct station.
series titled, "I Stand at the .Door" tI!' -.." Vn 'Si. W win be produced late
. Overheard: "She's like an'"""' "IT. C i1" Juv-
VIH. JUUUi0VUICIJ VIUVS
fractured jaw, suffered in that
auto accident, will delay "Runtree
County" for another six weeks .
TV Alley is lifting eyebrows over
the canceuauon oi "juetuc."
There's a good chance, though,
that the show will return to home
that the show will return to home
screens next year on another net-;
work with a new sponsor.
HOLLYWOOD NEAU. Re.
hind the Screen: Jerry Lewis re returned
turned returned to work three dsvi after
nis -coronary aisturoance." But
you can be aure the monltey-on-a-stick
comedian will take it easierl
from now on. Doctors are ready'
u uaso me rea iigu on fiis whole
career if he refuses to follow their
Love isn't a manv-mlendored
inug aner au. At least. Lana Tur.
ner will atar in a new flicker
titled, "Love Is An Impatient
Thing." ... An open letter to
Daily Variety from Cot. Dean E.
Hess, following completion of his
film biography, "Battle Hymn,"
was a rare tribute to movietown.
Sand Hess, impressed with Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's "essentially moral and up upright
right upright citizens.": , ,:
"I found an honesty and com companion
panion companion among picture people
which was tremendous."
Child adoption, based on the
files of national agencies, will be
spotlighted in a proposed telefilm
TV spectacular laid a big color
egg in the ratings. A T.8 rating
against Jack Benny's 21.6. .
Now it can be told: Three yesrs
ago someone suggested Phil Sil.
vers for the lead in an NBC TV
senes. win; wasn't interested.
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. MRS
JONES: Jeanne Crain's next mov movie
ie movie now that she's told almost all
about her domestic life with Paul
Bnnxman "The Who le Truth."
Stewart Granger will be her co-l
Edward G. Robinson never had
it so good in the financial depart
ment, his percentage of his Broad,
way hit. "Middle of the Night."
has been averaging $5,000 a week.
. it s a movie comeback for
veteran Donald Crisp with Jeff
uianaier in -urango. His first
movie role was as General Grant
in "Birth of Nation."
STEVE FORREST M Starring- in "THE 1IVINQ JDQW at
, n f ra.wu. release; .,xu '.,;( .ot .'
jAfiET- LAKE appears to be
thinkins; of something soulful
atttinx en a Hollywood spring springboard.
board. springboard. She la making her film
debut with M-G-M in -The
Opposite. Sex." .
' GRACEFUL RETIREMENT
ITHACA; N. Y. iVPy Farm
err make a better adjustment to
retirement than other- occupations,
a-' Cornell University study shows.
The school found that' farmers
eradually taper 'off work" while
non-farm workers are more likely
to -be suDject to sudden compul-
sorjr retirement upon reaching a
certain age. -
tlESJtfOlNES UP1 A pa
tient At Iowa Methodist Hospital
was listening, to amafket report
on his- radio. His- nurse Walked
in Just as 4the- annbimceriwaj giv giving
ing giving the market quotations on May
wheats ."That's funny," "ishe said,
"my namef is Mae Wheats -v.- i
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Steve Forrest' lis talf. 'nlireedlv
handsome With a background and
education equalling his, photogenic
' Hls latest- pfe'tore, '"The Liv Living
ing Living Idol,- climaxes whirlwind
Series ef roles in which he loom-'
d from walk-on parts to star'
dom In the new film, h olaVt
r the role of Terry Matthews; rev
ing "Time magazine corre correspondent.'
spondent.' correspondent.' K
; "The Living;' Idol' was1 written
and directed by' Albert Lewin, and
was produced1 bv him in Mexico
with Gregorio Walerstein in Cine
mascope and coldr with Perspeeta
Stereophonic SouridC James Rob;
ertson Justice and LMianef- Mon-
tevecchie also play starring 'roles
in the film which M-G-M.' will dis
Steve's first' contact with thea
trical work was at the end 'of
World War; II when he operated
me special service rneatre lor a-
mencan servicemen in Bamberg.
There, he had to put on many dif different
ferent different types of 'shows.
Returning to the- Stale, where
he attended the University orCaT orCaT-ifornia,
ifornia, orCaT-ifornia, Forrest at first went in
for the study of Dsychology.' Then
hearing play7wa to be given on
and. won dne Af rlie; ma jor. roles.
essfuli and. -tftfefs this- it wai idnly
question of. -time, iintil $ t e v e
switched 'Jrom-'his Dsychd16Krvnta-
jor to Theatre-ArtCv-,f 5 ;''"
x Sieve found the wuaf dtarrh
of iobs when he graduated, but
Gregory' Peck's encouragement'
induced, him to take a iob af the
La Jolfe. Playhouse California,
where, he would be able. to gain,
practical experience and just
poiiibly eventually gat e part
or two. The part came "threuah
,' in "Goodbye. Again," and many
people were Impressed by For
Offered k role in a Picture call
ed "Geisha Girl." Steve made his
first location trip to Japan, where
he spent two months in Tokyo and
Nikko. This was followedSxy parts
in ''The Sabre and the Arrow,"
"the .iBad and the Beautiful,"
Baule; Circus,: "The Clow n,r
"The. IpnV Wagon,"5 ?'D re a m
Wife,!? 'So Big," "Jake the High
Ground!", "Phantom of the Rue
Morgue," "Prisoner of W a r,"
"Rogue Cop" and "Bedevilled."
Net earnings for Walt Disnet Pro
duction! lumped nearly one mil-
lien dollar for the first six months
ef. the year.f .;:v:V? -nr :'
Danny Kay's" next .flicker is
now definite ine iiea mcnow
biogriphy it .Paramount, Csmeras
roll late in July, .f."
, Marquee Sigh' ""Hock1 Around
the QpclijHot Iood." It figures.
. Maurice"ChevaUer, nay' 'be the
toast of. the ealooiyseC but bs last.
But seme ef the headaches ling.
or en. v.- :
""' "" owe university stu
SHORT TAKES: .
A fellow who predicts events via
a local TV show predicted the
other night that a certain doll will
be a great night club star this
vear. Someone checked and dis
covered she's his wife The
BriUsh film industry is wmcing dents' Vre usinTth. flZ LU'
under, the fuU impact of TV com- Gulf 0f MeS8. th.i?0ulLof .the
netition. Movie attendance in Eng-! ;
ffau1ra 1. .a
land fell off 94 mUlion last year Te biys all eraduau ,t,,H..
with a drop of almost 12 million ue the skin S ver's artVil.
dollars at the box office. And thst week ?0 gatter mat eriaMnr Srii
was even, before those old Amcri- master's theses. "ng adwlunn
can movies started running on weiKnWd belts and cofdwatr suiU
Brit sh TV . Vic Damone's be- made of rubb thei itMAiwi
coming, a. TV summer replacement lbout min'tes peydive aZ
ANOTHER U. A. RELEASE!
y-S i n i
; 4,SAFETY TROUBLE
' PETOSKEY,' Mich. (UP -City
officials have asked the Mich Michigan'
igan' Michigan' Public Service Commission to
investigate the possibility of re
moving "five Pennsylvania Rail
road concrete safety barriers from
crossings in Petoskey. They say
car-train accidents- are rare out
motorists- plow Into thr orotect
mg oarriers witn monotonous reg-
uiarity.-v'- ':, s
STANFORD.. Calif. fUP
Do you have an ordinary ceram ceramic
ic ceramic electric heater in your home?
If so, you have a very effective
Kiuer oi jMcterim.
That's the finding of Prof.
Charles E. Clifton of Stanford Uni University
versity University who s'ays this common
type of-heater can kill up to 50
per cent of bacteria found tn the
average bathroom on a cold win
The heater, which Is a common
commercial type, kills 4ft, to 56
per cent of the bacteria in a room
in- the first hour, Clifton noted.
He added that though his experi experiments
ments experiments have been confined to the
harmful effect the heat has on
bacteria, it would have a similar
Exhaust Stack To
Rid City Of Gases
BUFFALO, N.Y. (VP) A
unique exhaust stack capable of
spouting waste gases skyward at
so miles per hour will be erected
at the Huntley Steam Electric
Generating Station of the Niagara
Mohawk Power Corp.
The 350-foot stack, eosting $250.-
000, is another step in a $3,000,000
program of Niagara MonawK to
minimize and prevent air pollution
by application of the latest scien.
usually do about two hours of ac-
tuai uivmg e aay.
George Aase. tallahasxee
into the sands on the bottom to
determine the presence or absence
o; neavy minerals. William Lapin Lapin-ski,;
ski,; Lapin-ski,; Winter Park, is studying mi mi-croforms
croforms mi-croforms on the ocean floor. James
vause,- Panama City, studies
quartz grains and their arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, and 1 Richard Lapp,, Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, is studying the use of
underwater color photography m
ijeuioKy na me sneus of large
organisms i; -h-., u.-f-v.. -.-
Their faculty f adviser,1 Dr.' Wil-H
uaui 1. launci, bbiu uieir Diggesx
problem is that oi taking notes
underwater. They use plastic note-
dooks: and grease pencils, but Dr.
Tanner said it is usually so dark
at the depths they work that "it's
nel studies preceded the design of hilli at eht with 0 mooDjind
poor XiashligfiK;! ; ;
the huge stack
The tower will be 140 feet nign-
er than present stacks at the
Huntley station. Use of the high
velocity emission tecnnique in
creases the effective height of the
tower to 400 feet above ground,
The stack, 32 feet in diameter
at the bottom and 20 feet across
at the ton. will serve boilers of
the two new 200.000 kilowatt gen
erators now being installed. The
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DOLORES GRAT takes only four of her half-a-dozen poodles' (and one monkey) on a Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood slrht-secina tour. The former Broadway musical comedy star who has score! in the
film capital is now filming "The Opposite Sex." Note: The pooches are NOT in the picture.
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DOING IT THE EASY WAY National water ski-jumping champ Connio t)er' takes takes-It
It takes-It t ; to airways as she tunes up at Cypress Gardens, Fla., for future championships.
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NO NEST OF ROSES You would think that a nest-building pjgeorfuwmid. '.havti
soft life deep in the heart of San Francisco's mighty financial district,; but .that's
' not so. rnis poor pigeon landed on ine r eaerai Keserve Duuaing,.,wui w Wvuse
BUSY ANNE FRANCIS, oni.of (he jscreena-rrisirig' actresses; ;V"ohe'lMlcwy-AAmorlg her favorite gifts from fans are a gold w.ish- .VA: ; f t
(".'Iive5 in a twostory home that is geared'to1 efficient- livmgA'-bone and va txiiftcbifog. A lamp irioneof her nkumss is,made fwm,a .U.Vi jl
' -r sfnall house, it. is decorated with simple iaodernHfurmtu'r !i-straight; iMarro clay iarwhich is h. own, idea. A' triartgutar table fits between f-'J j
; lines, not too many pieces nct no dust tachers. .Sht? has'' a compact1? 'setionjtrcbuch pieCttln aAothet room. Oneof Ann's indoor hobbwstU ,np ;
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San Francisco's mighty financial district, -but that's f l ( u l' i. ' -.
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come odds and ends of construction wire
Fire two-year-old thoroughbreds will rie for the
$2000 added purse and silver trophy in the lix and a
half furlonr Press Classic this afternoon at the Juan
Franco race track.
' The hard working boys ot the118 but will most
..nJi r.n-t. i-..ta will be the because ber rider seldom weighs
cause the secondary attraction will
be At Tta their honor, today beiB
-Radio Announcers Day.
umiKti tha tiv noras UBIQ. V i i
tiriiinbH m T
Alfredo Vasquez, the track's lead
l t -rill tha la na OB
Dianalicia while unpredictable Cns-
tian Rebolledo win Q0 we ooouni
aboard Dub. y
- n.,:n.m cinrlii will ride
Suntonner, Johhny Cadogan will
guide Tropic and Bias- Aguurrt
will handle Mesereum'a reins.
All except Dianalicia will tote
112 pounds. She .has been assigned
facto tncantt) J5
. Susan Hayward, in
"I'll CRT TOMORROW
: Jeff Richards." In
IT'S A BOG'S LIFE"
' in Cinemascope! ;
Humphrey Bogartr in
"WE'RE NO ANGELS"
,'ltod Cameron, in
UHITED FRUIT COMPAtlY
Great White Fleet
New Or!es Service
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S.S. -i titU"- ..
S.S. "ti'W ...
Also Bandlinr Refrigeratei Chilled Clrge
New York Service
S.S. BAN JOM5
S.S. "JUNIOR" ...
Weekly sailings of twelve sasscRer ships to New
r Vcrk, New Orleans, Los Airejcs, Sas Fraacisce.
Special round trip tares from Cristobal to New York,
Sas Fnacisco and Seattle.
To Nw York and Roturn .....r.... $240.00
To Sn Francisco and Saattlt. ....... $365-00
of the scheduled starter.
Utter it ?!?,Ufl..
The secondary JAim the
i Radio 'Announcers Day Handicap
willb. a one mil gallop for
1 - mm a V Tiil W M.mm.t
,aara iroDnT. j. z J ;
Nine other races art tn tap in
program that should produce soma.. Frrrni
juicy mvwenas. i V, .t.
Jorge Bamir'ei, president of the
Panama Newsmen's Association,
will present the silver trophy to
the owner of the winner of the
Press Classic while Lorenio San-
ehea Galan wia presiat over w
aftar tha mnitinf of
the Radio Announcers' Day Hand
Juan Franco Tips
1- AalB B'di
2 Dob Pastor
2 La Enta
4 Sherry Time
:'. little Fttf
, -' Cachafas
" .e II
'' j. 1 ", Criiteiil
Juan Franco Graded Entries
tJt. Imi jtekty Wet, COMJIEXT . ODDS
lsf Raee "T Ibbs T Fgs. Parse $371 Fool WoseiiKrtS
1 'l FIRST RAO OF THE DOUBLE ;
1 Nautical Touch A Yeaza 11
3 Henry Lee
j Amin Didl
4 O. Busier
n Ki7.i ins
B. Ajuirrt 112
J. Phillips 10S
r. Hidalgo 101
V. Brown 110
6 Dixie f
2nd Race "A-E Natives T Fg.
2ND RACE OF
1-D0a Brigido B. AgulrM io
iDon Pastor R. Vasoues W0
S-jDaniel S. Carvajal llOx
4 Yoslkit C Navarro iosx
5- i-Naraniaio i C. RulB IIS
a Toe B. Baera fit
7 Black Cold V. Orteja 124
Jrd Race D? NatWes l Fga.
' y '' ONE
B- Aguirrt 118
2 Fru Fru A. Ycaza U
SS. Cristobal H. Oustluei ioix
i... u i (a
O. Montero 100
8. Carvfcal ilOx
4th Race "H" Natives 4i Fga.
lVolador c. Ruia US
2-Ebony F. Hidalgo 110
S-Golden Pick J. PWVPS 10S
4- Sherry Timt '-K- Flore. Ill
5 Mufiac ; B. Baa 100
ta pampanlni E. Orteg 100
Oxm Manuel O. VasqueA 102x
aJHrena. C. Navarro 109x
S-Cbanlto :, J. Avll US
" Ith Raee Imp. 2 Year
A Vaiquel 110
B. Aguiire 112
O. Sanchez 112
R. Crlstiaa 112
5 (Dun ,:,
;th Race THla." 1P. I M'lt
2 Lanero r
J. Phillips 113 -Goodweent races
M. Ortega 113 -Usually dose up
. B. AstUrre 113 -Could score here -Or
Values lO.'vx-Last doesn't count
A. Credldio S7x-Ran well last time
V. CasttUo'lll Form indicates
7-Rlo Negro G. Duarte nux
Lpistinor.lt Vasquc, 112
IVXS 'T.m m;
r : NP 1ace"oftse ocble iJtM
MA.:.Ar rcftiiA 11
JCsupper Gir R VaYquM 113 -Murt Improve mor.:
LSJTtst CRula 111 stouthearted coK J
tSndea R. Cnsiian 101 -Regaining top form
tKalma A. Credldlo MxAmn
gZHurling Park B- Aguirre 168 -Lacks J
tZdouWo Fwr 1. lt 110 -W41 fight ow
Ith Raet -G- K, 1 Fgs.
j! l-Tili Tilin
C. IglMits 1M
E Ortsgt 112
B. Baeza 113
4-DoftaBsrbsri V.CastiUo 110
WMoon.hier Vasqu" II
A.eredidio l07x-Last was rtveal,g -T.
Sanchts io3x-Dtwt haadieaps
7 Blue Mean
9th Race "E3." t 8n
tie pmI rieset 1:11
1- Mone, Maker R. Vasquez 113
2-Herltor, A. Mena 111
3-Tt Gano O. Prescott 101
4-Royal Strum K. Florea 110
5- Littlt Fool A- Ycaza 115
I AlhaJar O. Banchea 110
7 Golazo T. Alvarez 115
I Arptgio F. Hidalgo 110
I Dona Bey 8. Carvajai 107x
Doesn't seem likely
Early speed only V
Should improve here
'-Could go ail the way
Parse $375 ' Fool Closes US
-Will fight .Rout :.'
-WUI set the pact :
! S J
- Boited list -.
completely on iorm
Could seore. again
Not against thei T
Back, in best form
. Foe! Closes '1:4$
-Should make it- now
no. i contenaer
- musi go www
ntaa fair rnince
Last doesn't count
- Could surprise here
Peol Closes 2:2
-Also lacks early speed
-Nothing in months
-Should make it hare.
Doesn't seem likely
-Good, early speed r j
- Nothing to recommend
- Lacks early foot
-In favorite auiance
Parse 2,tM Fool Close! 2:55
In fight to finish
Has shown nothing
-Not much either
-Improving slowly v
m WM C,WM :3.5
OF THE DOUBLE
- necem ones poor
- Ha; strong finish;,
rtirinf to bust form-
Ftrst 27l Ft.1 Clos 4:41
-Seeks repeat victory
-Raeing tt top form
Rail ABBttcers Handicap
' . ONE TWO
-Hard to beat here
-Will figbt it cut
Could go all the way
Not against these
-Would pay off
-Losing touch tod
Think In Terms Of Shot
By JACKII BURKI
' Master ef the Matters
Written for NEA Service
AN averaee aolfer enhances his
chances of overcoming trouble by
thinking more strongly In terms at
the shot he wants to play.
Physical adjustments facilitate
in intentional hook or iliee, but
you have to think hook or suet u
that is what is required.
To 'ankanKa hnnk. adlUSt thC
left hand so you can see all four
knuckles, on ine oacuswing,
the club inside the line oi uigni.
At impact, aUow the wrists io rou
To enhance a slice, aojun me
left hand so only one knuckle
visiWa Onen the stance. The clut
head is swung on an outside-in arc
1 -r ove's nirdl 25.20. 3.80 240
2 Ponton $4.20. 5.
j Devonshire Ciuo as.iu.
. SECOND RACE
1 Trirreme $8.40, 2.40. 2.20.
2 Iguaai I2J10, 220.
3 Geniaarito sa.au- '
First wouoie: ai 1 I
1 THIRD RACE
1- Apache $7.40, 1.80. -5
2- Don Grau (e) $2.60.
- t FOURTH RICE '
1-t-Kltty $9 80, 8, 2.20., f
2-Detel)o $2 20, 2.20.
3- Folletito $2.20.
- "'Quinlela: $340
: VlFH RACE1-'
rl-Eriihlx $22.80. 4.8U. 3.20. J
2 Black Bet 83.80, 2.20.
3 Tacera $2.20.
1- Danielo $4.80, 2, 2.20.
2- Paquiro $4.20, 6.
3- Boa'un'i Mate $2.60. '
1 SEVENTH RACE
1- Elko $3.80, 2.40.
2 Febrero II $2.20. .-
f Second Double; $7.89
' FIRHTH RACE
1Metto $. 4. 2.60:
2- Bugaba $2.60, 2.40.. '!
3 Wlnsabk $3.80.
: NINTH RACE
1 Pootnovich 120.60, 36.40, 3.20.
2 Bradomin $4.80, 2.20,
3 Don Cuto $2.20.
' TENTH RACE 1
1 Rosier $8.00. 2.80.
-Town's Wall $2.20.
J ." V-V J -t- aaaaaaaaaaaa "' "" '-"'" ' "'
l-Armador $4 40, 3.40, 2.20.
i inoaica s-uo s-to, ;
3 Dawn Bong $2.40.
. lltli.Ract "C Imp. I M'le
1 Saltro O. Montero 102x
2 Cachafas A. Credldlo llOx-Back. in best form
3 King A. Vasquez 115 Form indicates
4 Kadir R. Vasquca 118 -Will fight it out 1
5 Chlvillngo B. Baeza 105 not against these
I P. Countess J. Phillips 110 Suddenly gone soru
11th Ract "E" Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 Andes G. Sanchez 110
2 C. McCarthy B. Baeza 105
3 Empire Magic J. Phillips 108
4 Grey Juan S. Carvajai 115x
5 Pappa Flynn A. Yeaza 118
I Escorlal V. Castillo lie
cutting across the ball and impart'
; i t.
a .v.. .a".
ir vnn wanr ta ntr in nm low.
think low. If voii want to hit the
nan nign, think high. Look over a
tree, not at the top of It, or worse
still, directly at it.
A hieh ball mav be facilitated
by playing the ball forward of
center and opening the clubface
for increased loft, v
A low ball mav he facilitated hv
playing the ball to the : rear of
center, choking the club to ease
felr of burying it in the ground as
you hit down on the ball. -.
One final word on the trap shot.
Until confidence is .acquired, the
average golfer's' target should be
the entire green.
NEXT With .ithar a Uu.MII
er uphill He, play the ball nearer
the nam toot.
a By HANS RIARDOM
24 Years in Natien League
Written for NEA Service
flY IFCTIAXT. 11,!. ., 4
vsonuii. nnj! (wo out, me weBirum, ivn iof: n
batter mjsses a third strike with a3)' and Crandall. LP
(drops the ball, but quickly rolls
iv mo mvuna ii ii usual on a tnirdl
out The batter heads for the dug.j
out, But the third base coach aaw
the catcher drop the ball and sends
-.v..w. uivp .uc unit anu bi;iiui
the Tunner home. He calls for the
batter to leave the dugout and "go
ta first Ha iliui Tk.
' - ..vv RW, AHC VlliyilC
says the catcher dropped the third
oe me run-count7 And
is the batter 'out for not going di-
...II. 1. Jf m- ... ...
tccujr hi itrsif lou Micnaeis.
Ant war I t Tha un taunt MnJ
the battar la aafa. The onlv time
a better toing. le first Is called
tut far not aalna rflratlw Hu
would be hen ? he delibaratai
ivarai me teatpefn tt avetd kelrtf
taosed, The umpire would allow
him ta laka 4lr.t m, U.i.L.
- ,., ,., .,,,,
Q. Is the American League rule
calling for' automatie removal of
a pitcher if the manager or a
oeing eniorcea? Bouoy Bennett
PurseJtJO ; Pool Closes 5:41
Early speed onlv
Should be contender
Early speed only
Could make it here
- WUI fight it out-
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT.-l".'
St. Louis V
i- TODAY'S GAMES ..
Brooklyn at Cincinnati :
, New: York at MHwatKee
Philadelphia at Chicago ,2)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2)
" YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 110 120 000 3- U
Cincinnati ooo oqo ui u o
xtavUc T.ablne (8) and Cam
non.lla- Cnnrlar krVf Sl. Jeff-
coat (7). Freeman (9). .Biacki
......... V '
(10) and Burgess. WP: Labine
(4-1) 'LP:' Freeman (4-1). HR's:
Hodges (10), Kluszewskl (11),
Philadelphia 050 000 010-1 I
Chicago 201 000 1004 7 o
Roeovin; R. Miller 6 and lA-
pata: Meyer. Hughes. t2. Lown
(61 and Lanaritn. wf: Kmovin
.I.P .Mever 11-41. Hit's:
Banks (13). Whlsenant (5).
000 00O 000-0 4
300 010 000-4 11
Aiitonelll, Llddle (1), Orissom
(3). Hearn- (6). Wilhelna i and
Westrum, Katt (8: Burdcttt
Pittsburgh 020 0010003 I
St. Loul 302 110 lQx $ 13
Law.. McMahan rs, f?wanon
(41 : MnnffPr (SI UaH fti. Pea.
per (6) and Follra; Mlzell. Kon-
stanty (!)) and sarnie WP: Ml Mlzell
zell Mlzell (7-2); LP: Law 2-l. HR's:
Moon 2 (T and I), Long (ID.
W L Pet.
.'.28 1$ .598
t.28 20 .583 4
;.28 19 4S78 I
. '.22 17 .564 2 i
. .24 21 .533 3
. ,18 27 .400 9
. ..16 27, .372 10
i tl8. ,29 .356 U H
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TBE SUNDAY AMEXICAS
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SUNDAY, jrxi II, 155f
Dianalicia, Dun Tangle
In Virtual Match Race
Fire two-year-old thoroughbreds will rie for the
$2000 added purse and silrer trophy in the six and a
half f urlont Press Classic this afternoon at the Juan
Franco race track.
111 but will most likely carry 113
oecause aer raer eeiaom weigns
All of the scheduled iUrteri
cept Dun irt Chileea breds. The
Utter U an Argentine product. :
The secondary attractioa the
Radio 'Announcer' Day Handicap
win be a one mile fallop for
Class "H I" imports, little Fool;
Golsxo, Heritor, Alhajar, Royal
Stream, Money Maker, Te base,
Arpegio and Donny Boy will match
strides while competing for the win
ner's trophy. ...,-
Nine other raees are on tap in a
Srogram that should produce tome
Jorge Ramirez, president of the
Panama Newsmen's Association,
will present the silver trophy to
the owner the winner of the
Press Classic while Lorenzo San Sanchez
chez Sanchez Galan will preside over the
rcrnmnniai after the runninf of
the Radio Announcers' Day Hand
Juan Franco Tips
The bard working boys of the
so-called Fourth Estate will be the
ft nf thai trick mill-
agement. Panama's radio workers
will also be guests of the track be because
cause because the secondary attraction will
be run in their honor, today being
"Radio Announcers- uay.
Dianalicia, which nosed out Dun
last Sunday, will be-the co-favorite
along with the latter in the mu mu-tuels.
tuels. mu-tuels. Dun goes in an entry with
Suntonner. Tropico ana Mesereum
complete the live norse neia.
' -Alfredo Vasguex, the track's lead
Ing jockey, will have the lee w on
Dianalicia while unpredictable Cris Cris-tian
tian Cris-tian Rebolledo will do the booting
Guillermo Sinchex will ride
Suntonner. Johnny Cadogan will
guide Tropico and Bias -Aguirre
will handle Mesereum s reins.
All except Disnalicia will tote
113 pounds,- She has been assigned
Juan Franco Graded Entries
tJt. ten Joekey Wgs. CCttLMEXT , ODDS
. Isf Race "r Imp. Fgs. $371 Tool CIosM UMS
1 FIRST RACK Or THE DOUBLE ;
1 Nautical Touch A Yeaxa ill Losing touch too '. .-. 5-1
J Henry lee B. B 105 Doesn't seem likely 15-1
3 AmiaDldl B, Aguirre 113 Uodds-on choice 3-5
4 Q. Buzzer J. Phlllipe 108 Early speed only .10-1;
5 Oonsaga T. Hidalgo 103. Should improve here ; ; ..; 3-1
6 Dixie .-.. V. Brown 110 Could so all the way . ; 3-1
Ttdoi incanta J35 u
Susaa Hayward, irt
rrix CRT tomorrow
". Jeff Richards, in
IT'S A DOG'S LITE"
? in Cinemascope 1 .-,
hod. IDEAL. 2$,. 151
Humphrey Bogart, in
"WE'RE NO ANGELS"
, Sod Cameron, in
3a4 Race "A-B Natfvei 7 Fga. Pnrse $375 Fool Closes 1:15
XND RACE OF THE DOl'BLK .;.
1-lDon Brigido .' B. AlttlrM 109 -Will fight ft out ? :
Pastor i Ri Vnscjuez 130 Will set the pact
SDanlel 8. Carvajal HOx-Bolted in last 1
4 Yosikito p,. Navarw 103x -Completely off form
5 Naranjazo C. Ruiz 113 Could score again
ajoe B. Baera S Not against (hes .
7 Black Cold V. Ortega 124 Back, in best form
' -1 1 ;
3rd Race "D" Natives I Fgs. Parse S3II
x' .. ONE TWO. ;..' V J.
1-J. fnra B. Aguirre 118 Should make It now
3 Frii Fru A. Ycaza US No. 1; contender 4
3S. Cristobal H. OusUnes lOlx Must go lower
Poel Closes '1:45
A. Gonzales 104 Rates fair chance
O. Montero 100X Last doesn't count
' 8. Carvaj&l HOx-CouJd aurprise here
Master Your Gome...
Thinlc In Terms Of Shot
By JACKII BURKE
; Metier ef the Masters
Written for NEA Service
- AN average golfer enhances his
chances of overcoming trouble by
thinking more strongly in terms of
the shot he wants to play. ...
Physical adjustments facilitate
an intentional hook or slice, but
you have to think hook or slice if
that is what ia required.
To enhance a hook, adjust the
left hand so you can see all four
knuckles. On the backswing, take
the club inside the line of flight.
At impact, allow the wrists to roll
To enhance a slice, adjust the
left hand so only on. knuckle is
visible, Ooen the stance. The club-
head is swung on an outside-in arc
Pool Closes 2:20
Um Dob Pastor
3 La Enea
4 Shem Time
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Special round trip ftrei from Cristofcil to New York,
Sao Francesco and Seattle,
To New York And Return . . . . . $240.00
To Sa.n Franciico and Seattle,..;....;. $365.00
4th Race "H" Nativea 4's Fg. Farse 1375
" -QCKNIELA I
lVolador ' '' C. Ruiz 111 Distance handicaps 4-i
J Ebony T. HWalgo 110 -Alsotlacka early speed 3-1
3 Goldeii Pick s J. Ph'.Vips 101 -Nothing in months ; M-l
4 Sherry Time X. Flore. 118 Should make it here EVEN
5 Mufieca B. BAeza lOO Doesn't aeem likely , .10-1
La pampanlnl E- Ortega 100 Good early speed 3-1
7 Don Manuel G. Vaaque 103x-Npthing to recommend 30-1
i Birena- : '. C. Navarro 10x Lacks early foot 10-1
e Cbanlto J. AvUa lis a favorite distance ; io-i
Parn 2,eei tl Closes. 2:59
Ith Race Imp. 3 Tears
A. Vasqueg 110 In gM to fimsn
J. Cadan 112 Has shown nothing
B. Aguirre 112 Not much either
0. Sanchez 112 Improving slowly
R. Cristian 112 -Mutuels favorite
.V FIRST RACE 1
1-Love's Girdle $5.20, 3.60, ?0.
3 Ponton $4.20, 5.
5 Devonshire Club $3.40.
-Vr. SECOND RACE
ti-Trirreme $3.40, 2.40, 2.20
2 Iguaau. $2 JO, 2.20..
3 Genlsarlto- $2.20. ' ''
First Double: $7 m r
1 I THIRD RACE :
1 Apache $7.40, 180.
2 Don Grau (e) $2.60.
One-Two : $18.40
th Race "Hla. !. WU tutn $40$ Pool Closes
1 : rntsT race of the double
1 Riscal J. Phillips 112 -Good reef nt races
2Reflector V.. Ortega 113 -Oinally close up
tT.nr f A-mlrre 113 Could acoro here
4 Amat ,' G. Vasiiuez 10SxLit doesn't count
I Maruja A. Credldio S7z Ran well last time
Ciprodal V. Castillo 111 Form indicates
7 Rio Negro G. Duarte HOx Kecent ones poor ;
8 Distingo-. R. Vasquea 112 Distance handicaps
$ Bright Blade Reyes 110 -Doesn't seer likely :
10-Vulcanizado F. Hidalgo 10$ Has strong finish t
' 7tli IeeD" Ima. lfgs. I-ne $880
v "; ? Nii "race of1 tee DorBLE
1 Maria Stuardo V. Castillo 115- Racing to best form
2 Supper Girl t R. Vasque 113 -Must improve more
l-LtckyTest C. Rula 11$ r-Stout hearted colt
iMelendej ',. R. Cristian 108 -Regaining top form
5 Topocalma A. Credidlo 107x -Returns from layoff
IHurllng Park B. Aguirre 108 ml elan
7 Double Four B. Baega 110 -WiU fight it out.
- ' FOCRTH R4.CE
WKltty $9.60, 3. 2.20.
2-Destello $2.20, 2.20. '
r Quinleia: $34$
11 Erirttlx $22.80. 4.6U. 2.20.
2 Black Be $3.80, 2.30.
3 Tacera $2.20.
' "" sixth race
1 Danlelo $4.80, 3, 2.20.
2 Paqulro $4.20, 6.
3 Bos'un's Mate $2.60.
tth last G" Katlvn 1 Fgi. Farse tl V Cloiei :?
1 Tilln Tilth C. Iflesiaa 161 Rider handicaps
2- Cnsentlda E. Orttga 118 -Seeks repeal ; victory
3 Enriqueta B. Baeza 113 Raein U top form
4-Dofta Barbara V, CaaUUo 11$ -Should be close up
WMoonshlner K. Vasquea 11$ -Form
B VariO lOO rinvim hu
A.Credldio l07x-trt wai revealing
F. Baache$ I03x-Dtact handicaps
7 Blue Moen
ftk Rae "EU.N Imp-1 HHe
Parse 4II Pool CIohi 1:1$
Radio Annennccrs Handicap
. ONE TWO ;
1-Mone, Maker R. Vasquez 113 -Look rood in last,
2- Heritor A. Mena 11$ -Hard to beat here
3-Tt Gno G. Prtscott 108 -M"1 1 lowtr
4- Royal Stream K. Floras 110 -Flash in the paa
5-IJttlt Fool A. Ycaaa US Will light it out
$ Alhajar. O. Sanchez 110 Dangerous toe
7 Golazo r. Alvarez 115 Could go all the wy
8 Arpegle F. Hidalgo 110 -Net against these
I Donay Bey 8. Carvajal 107x Would pay off
1 Elko $3.80, 2.40. .
2 Febrero II $2.20. ,
Second Double: $7.80
.f' 1 EIGHTH RACRl
1 Metto 58, 4, 2.60:
2 Bugaba $2.60. 2.40-
SWlnsaba $3.80i '
1 Postnovich $20.60, 36.40, 3.20.
2 Bradomin $4.80, 2.20.
3 Don Cuto $2.20.
- OacTwot 117.$$
- TENTH RACE
1 Roller $8.00, 2.80.
2 Tewn'l Wall $2J20.'
1 Armador $4.40, 3.40, 2.20.
I Inoalca $4.00, $.40. -
3 Dawn Bong $2.40.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT.
cutUng across the ball and impart,
ing a left-rieht soin. ;i
If you want to hit the ball low.
think low. If you want to hit the
Din mgh, think high. Look over a
tree, not at the top of it, or worse
sun, directly at
A high, ball may be facilitated
by playing the ball forward of
center and opening the clubface
for increased loft,
A low' ball may be facilitated by
piaywg the ball to the rear of
center, chokins fh rlnh tn
felr of burying U in the ground as
you nit aown on uie Dan.
One final word on the trap shot.
until confidence is acquired, the
average golfer's target should be
tne entire green.
NEXTi With either a downhill
r uphill lie, ply the ball nearer
the right toot.
llalional League 1: tecrtenlKfa
St. Louis i .'
New York v
r TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn, at, Cincinnati
. New: York at MilwaKee
Philadelphia at Chicago .(2)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2)
By BIAN$ RBARDON
"J'f Netien League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With. tu,. ..t iu.
. ....... ...... ,..v um, UV
batter misses a third strike with
runner on third Th ..i.k..
drops the ball, 'but quickly rolls it
. "'"""o s is usual on a third
out. The batter heads for the due due-out.
out. due-out. But the third base coach saw
the catcher drop the ball and sends
the runner home. "He calls for the
batter to leave the dugout and go
w 1.1 ai. aoe so. rue. umpire
says the catcher drnnnrnt th thir
re. woes me run count? And
n u b 9uer out lor not going di
wuj" iirju uu Michaels.
nntweri in un ., mj
the Hr is safe.- The anlv tlm.
batttf eeinn 1 flt I.
euf fer net gelng directly there
would be .when H d4llk.r..
'""I in pirn ta im hs m
.ggea. Me umpire weuld tllaw
him to take firsf In'tHI. In.t.k,.
Q. Is the Am eric in Tn nil.
caning tor auiomatio removal of
pucner :ll tne maniirp nr
coacn comes to the mounH twi
euioreea nobby Bennett
; YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 110 120 000 3-8 11
Cincinnati 000 000 041 0-5 7
Maglie, Lablne (8) and Cam-
panella; Fowler, Acker (5), Jeff Jeff-coat
coat Jeff-coat (7), Freeman (9), .Black
(10) and Bureess. WP: Lablne
(4-1) LP:' Freeman (4-1); HR's:
Hodges (10),- Khiszewskl U1)
Philadelphia 050 000 010-6 8 0
- ROgovin,- R. Miller W and L( L(-pata;
pata; L(-pata; Meyer,. Hughes (2), Lown
(6) and Landrlth. WP: Rowvin,
(2-3);,LPi. Meyer (1-4). HR.'j:
Banks (13), Whlsenant (5Kv... ,1
VI. L .Prt.GB
x-Kansas City .18 29;, ,3tftt
. x-.wight, games not; IncluaCil
1 TODAY'S 4MF!r
: Detroit at Washington
Kansas city at BaltimorrS'
Cleveland at New York.-.
. .Chicago at Boston
Chiraeb.- 'llflO00 0M-a,JlI 0
Boston i 000 000 000-s 0
Wilson (8-2) and Lollard Dr.
lock. Hurd (7) and DaleyiTrp:
Deloek (1-4). ,U
Kansas, City 000 000 001 ."jl 1
Baltimore- .110 012000-iCftt ft
- Herriage.. lasprda (3niar-rlngton-
Ginsberg.; Moore and Trlarfggs.
New1 York J
000 000 000-0 4
300 010 000-4 11
vieveiana OOO 205 UH-WllT i
New York- 222 Oil 000- I'til i
- Garcia, liossl (3), McLish 4t),
Df ey (6). .Narleskl (7) una Avl
erill. Hean .(8); Larien..HtyMI.
vant (6), More-an; (7).i Qrlnt f7.
Bvrne (8) and Berra, Howard
(9). WP: Dnlev u-0t: TPr Mor Mor-atn
atn Mor-atn -d-nr.' HR'a: Colavito ,5,
Pkowron .(3),- Wertz (11) Rob Rob-Inson
Inson Rob-Inson (5); : -. ,,
Antonelll, Llddle (1), Grissom
(5), Hearri' (6), Wllhelm (8) and
Westrum;Katt (8); Burdctte (5 (5-3)'
3)' (5-3)' and Crandall. LP: Antonelll
lOth Race ;C" Imp. M'le Piwe, $65$ ; Pool Closes 5:4$
1 eaiero o. Aiontero xoac Early speed only
2 Cachafaz A. Credldio HOx-Bkck in best form
3 King A. Vasquez 115 Fohiri indicates
4 Kadlr R. vasquea 118 Will -fight it out'
5 Chivillngo B. Baeza 105 not against these' '
P. Countess J. Phillips 110 -Suddenly gone soru
026 001 0003 8
302 110 IQx-? 13
Law..' McMahan T3, Swa'nson
(4)..Munger (5), Hall 6), Pep Pepper
per Pepper (6) and Folles; Mlzell, Kon Kon-stanty
stanty Kon-stanty '(6)1' and Sarnie WP: Ml Mlzell
zell Mlzell (7,-2); LP: Law (2-8).. HR's:
Moon 2 (T.and 8J, tpng (17),
THE ROSE TATTOO
"the boldest story of love .you've ever been permitted to see!
:i ? :
; OPENING JUNE 12 AT THE CENTRAL
THE PICTURE THAT WON 3 OSCARS
11th Raca "E" Imp. 7 Fgs. Parse $556
1 Andes O. Sanchez 110 Should be contender
2 C. McCarthy B. Baeza J05 Reportedly improved
8 Empire Magic J. Phillips 108 'Early speed only
4 Grey Juan S. Carvajal 115x Could make it here
5 Pappa Flynn A. Ycaza 118 Showing improvement
I Escorial V. Castillo li -Will fight it out ',,.
- ROULETTE S. i
y T y: 21 (BLACKJACK j
fittCPr W ' CRAP TABLE
Jf SLOT MACHINES-,
n A 1 M a M W.
1' gi '''' Bj I ,La ; it' :'iwMw4
Sth 1UCE Imp. 2.Yeari 6x Ffs.
Puriei CPOO.00 (Added J340.00) Feel Qesei: 2:55
,l.-DUNAUOA ......... A. Vasquez (2)- 110
2. THOPICO .............. J. arlegBH (3) 112
3. MESEItEUJI ... .... C. Aguirre (4); 112
4. -.(SUNT0PiNER g. Sinchei (I) 112
5. (DUN ,...;.; .V. R Cxhtim (5) 112
. For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
S- v "- I
V" S ' r" J C 4 I
'RADIO ANNOUflCERS,, HANDICAP'
9th RACE li-l Importeds V MILE
; Purse: $400.00 Pool Ooscs; 5:15
1 MONEY MAKER .... ., . R. Vasqiiex 113
2. HERITOR A, Mena ,118
3. TE CANO C. Precott 108
. 4. ROYAL STREAM K. Horea 110
5. LITTLE FOOL A, Ycaza .115
6. ALIIAJAR ..;,:......;.;... C. Sanchez,! 110?
7. COUZO ; F. Alvarez 115
8. ARPEGIO F, Hidalgo, 110
9. r-DONNY BOY S. Carvajal 107
1st; 2nd -6th; 7th RACES'
' V sssBtaassasawaiiHaBstf -;- f
3rd and 9th RACES
kQCG-, ii .KJffi
.Read story on page 9
iThe Anarv Hills
St MARY'S SCHOOL BEGINSu I
religious: class tomorrow P
I T, By Leon M. Uris
I L i THE STORY: Mike Morrison, who holds high-
V )y Sjiluable information the Greek Underground is
J Interested in, demands that the Underground ; ar ar-5
5 ar-5 1 j-artge his departure from Greece in the company of
Lisa and her sons, in exchange for the information.
In the meantime Julius Chesney visits Konrad Heil Heil-ier,
ier, Heil-ier, and for a price, tells him how he can capture
Mike and Lisa.
THE car stopped off the
road. A man ran toward it.
". "The two boys are covered on
the rear floor. The man and wo-
man are in the trunk," Ketty ans ans-i
i ans-i wared.
The man snapped the trunk lid
open and assisted Mike and Lisa
out. They both reeled dizuly. Kit
' ty uncovered the boys and they
ran to. their mother.
' "I am Meletis," the man said.
' I am to take you to the rendez
vous. Are you all right?
- Mike and Lisa grasped his
"Ye we will be in a minute
., soon's we get some air." Mike
, went to Ketty, "I'll always be in
your debt." he said
"Anything for the Englezos,"
-JCetty answered. "I'm glad you
; came to me tor help."
, f'Come," Meletis snapped. "We
have an hour's walk and there is
J no time for farewells. Did you
tnave trouble alone the route?"
J "There was but one challenge,"
, Ketty said. "But I have as a pass
signed by Herr 'Heilser, himself."
The German captain signaled to
. his men and back to Heilser. Ev Everything
erything Everything was in order, All eyes
', were on the southern end of the
-cove. All one could hear was the
; gentle lap of the sea against the
snore and tne rustle of the leaves
Chesney nudged Heilser and
pointed toward the top of the hill
behind them. A light shot out to-
, ward the water. It went on and
'off thrr times. Heilser's heart
. A soft stir of movement was
heard from the forest behind
thern. r ..y
, "They, are Coming," Chesney
' He kept looking at his watch for
a full five minutes then glanced up
to the hilltop again; The signal
,li?ht went on and off three more
,times. i'--.v:: I
Julius Chesney grunted as he got
to his feet and stretched. r
"Well, Konrad, the game is ov
er." he said.
Heilser looked up at liim,
stunned to speak.
- "Forgive me, dear fellow.
, There is a submarine, but I failed
to mention that it is on the opposite
coast of Greece, i hundred kilo kilometers
meters kilometers from this point. If my cal calculations
culations calculations are correct, Lisa and
Mr. Morrison should be boarding
it at this very minute."
"Seize him!" Heilser shriedked.
' "Seize him!"
"Oh, no dear fellow. That sig sig-nal
nal sig-nal from the hill was for the
purpose of moving 200 gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen into position' through the
forest.-Guerrillas, I believe you
call them. The second signal in indicated
dicated indicated that they have your force
' The officer came dashing up.
"Herr Heilser, we are sur-
' "ORDER your men to drop
their arms, Captain. Resistance
is quite useless. You see, I do not
wish to die as a Greek martyr
and one utterance form me and a
mutual friend, Professor Thanas Thanas-'
' Thanas-' sis, will lay down a most dreadful
Weils-i." 1 got to his feet. He
looked about him. Spread all
over the 1 ill, in the brush and be behind"
hind" behind" trees he could see the rifles
of the Greek guerrillas. He looked
into the empty cove. His face was I
while, his hps drained of blood...
' Surrender your force," he
i croaked to his officer. He turned
s togChesney. "You'll never get
awrr with this.'
4 "0h, I don't know about that
By-tne time they find your body
irftovided they do find your body
i-I shall be enjoying a good gin
and tonic in the Press Club in Lon Lon-doifYou
doifYou Lon-doifYou see, Konrad, at my re-
quest you went to great lengths to
keep your move a secret. No one
knows just where you are."
- Zervos scrambled to his feet. His
eyes bulbed like a madman's.
'Julius," he blubbered, "Juitus
lam wealthy. Fifty- hundred
million drachmastwo hundred
million please! Please!" He fell
to his knees and kissed Chesney's
A shot cracked out.
Zervos clutched his stomach
and rolled over, dead. Konrad
Heilser handed his pistol to Ches Chesney.
"Collaborators," Heilser snarl snarled.
ed. snarled. "I have no use for a man who
would sell out his own country. I
underestimated you, Julius. I
should have known that, devil that
you are, you would not have turn turned
ed turned traitor."
"Well, let us not say that I was
prompted by patriotic motives.
Fortunately there is a bottom to
Thanassis walked up to them
"The Germans are all rounded
up. We have their arms. Let us
get on with it."
"You are going to execute me
"Unfortunately. 'yes. dear; fel
low. We have no choice."
L. i A
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K i '. V i l -f;'"i IS- f J
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THERE'S TIME for a quick drink of water between classes, as
youngsters meet in the school yard.
KONRAD HEILSER walked
slowly to a large boulder, lit a
cigaret and waited.. Chesney
beckoned Thanassis to wait for a
few moments. ,
Ingenious plan. I must sav
xou see. tne underground nad a
problem. To move Lisa and Mor Morrison
rison Morrison with secrecy and to eet
mem irom Ainens. inanassis
came to me with the idea to use
myself as a decoy by lurine you
to tne wrong coast and at the
same time getting the roadblocks
lifted from Athens. You were of
great help, I must say. Konrad.'
"I financed the trip.
Chesney leaned close. "Be a
good chap and don't tell Thanas Thanassis
sis Thanassis how much I was paid. I did
take a bit more than my share,
iiqa hia enrl in hnv arm far tha
looi Underground." 1
"Let us get on with it," Heilser
said softl .- He crushed out his
cigaret. 'I am ready."
MONDAY, JUNE II
5:25 a.m. 11:34 m
541 p.m. 1 f :58 p.m.
Some men loit their balonce
every time their wives 90 on a
shopping trip. , 9mAt
SEOUL. Korea. June (UP)
The Republic of South Korea's
new defense minister said today
Communists are stockpiling
guiaea missiles, atomic cannon
and germ bombs within strik
ing distance of Seoul. v.-
Minister Kim Yong Woo said
h.e received the information
from unconfirmed Intelligence
reports.' -"'"v V
He told United Press corre'
spondent Jack Boyer the infor'
matlon indicates the CommU'
nists are settine un guided mis
sile bases in Manchuria on the
North Korean border 230 miles
He said the Communists "in
all probability" also are equip equipped
ped equipped to wage full-scale germ
Unconfirmed reports of atom atomic
ic atomic cannon recently reached the
United Nations Military Com
mand. But a Swiss truce Inspec
tor wno arrived from North Ko
rea Thursday said "if they have
atomic weapons up there they
are Keeping 11 a ciose secret,' :
Horse Pistols Set
ALBANY. N.Y.. -UPW In an.
other political year, 1856, two AI
oany men came to blows over
the fitness of James Buchanan,
Democratic candidate for presi presi-dent
dent presi-dent to "save the Unlon.
The anonymous principals
dueled with horse pistols at, 10
paces. One of fhe dueli!t. ac according
cording according to the Albany- Morning
Times for June 1856, "badlv
wounded barn in' the vicinity."
The other, without firing, walked
over' to his ODDonent and tanned
him on the head with the butt off
his pistol. A foul was declared
for this behavior, and the duelist
who had wounded the barn was
declared the winner,
Pope May Attempt
To Fill CC Slots ',
V ;-. -V7; 9
VATICAN CITY, June 9 (Up)
rauwii suurces saia toaiy
that pope Pius XU-may call a
consistory in November or Dew
cemoer to 1111 eight vacancies in
the College of Cardinals. -"
The sources emphasized there
are no definite plans yet and
mat no announcement is ex expected
pected expected for the time being.
They dismissed as "highly un
uKeiyv tne reports that have
been circulating here to the ef effect
fect effect that the pope might hold a
consistory at his summer home
in yuiy or August.
ti (Continued from fate ifi?
being allowed to have full ac
cess to the tallying, r
Ramirez' letter warned that if
a satisfactory : reply was nrt
f orthcomlnjr. newsmen would
stop reporting 00 the progress
of the tally. ...
The letter wasi sent on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, but up to today D'Anello
had not answered. At least two
Spanish-language dailies have
stopped carrying v the : results
since mid-week as a result of D'-
Picture and text by PATRICIA MARKUN
A couple of hundred -Pacific side. children have
just begun their school vacation this week only to go
back to classes tomorrow to the summer religion
school held at Saint Mary's Parochial school in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa for little Catholics who don't go" there the rest
of the year,
- The school's sisters, certain mothers from Pacific
side towns and 'Army posts, and a group of teen-agers
will be on hand tomorrow to greet the children
who will arrive by bus and on foot at 9 a.m. A full
.program of religious instruction, art work, music,
movies and games has been scheduled for the group
during the three-Week session. v :
These pictures, taken during last year's classes,
given an idea of the variety of activities awaiting the
Marys and Johnnies who arrive at St. Mary's tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to learn a little more about Cod.
EVERY CLASS DAY Includes a few quiet minutes in the school
chapel. Here four boys of last year's sixth grade class say the
rosary with teacher porothy Gibbs. ....
rTODAY! .75 .40
1:35 4:05 6:35 9:00 p.m.
' Ecstasy of Seng,
Sptciach and Loot!
13 GREAT SONGy
in COLOR and
l u x ItodayI
o.o L l
- S:S3 9:t0 p.m. 1 1
; WEEKEND RELEASE I
, M ; V HCJSE-
1:15, 3:10, 5:05, 7:00, 8:55 p.m.
ALSO' WE PRESENT:
u f.l A M B O
RECESS TIJtfE, and a merry-go-round load makes the" most of a few minutes between classes..
" -pfrgs-fefey "" mmmmmmmmmmmr-.&m'msmmmmmmmj i n un m
If v . $ i t t m
..FIVE-YEAR-OLDS find their buddies as
SUMMER RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TLME Teacher Ellen
, Jieintiea att. Mary's instructs two toU
) 'A -J
1 l:!-, I
LARRY EASTMAN and his sister Sally of Albrook were amonn
a group of teen-agers who helped with classes. The sister and
brother team assisted with a group of five-year-olds, shown'
liere during the r coloring session. The Eastman duo are the
oldest of a family of six children and are ouite experienced in
r the art of handling Uttle ones.
AN EXPLANATION" of the Mass In ni.-hro voi (riven t-fk. f V. A
the li neup assembles, preparatory lo marching off io4Kl
X'.1,."" .;. : .v.S':zz.t "t; I; -j-golet et'ttdest and altar boya ln-thi demonstraUoa. r
if r. ..f-. s
r: i H J J. i i
r i a t v. d
i i .-. .v. . ...... ..v. ,. .jar k
f i i i i .v tin
v f f i 1 1 1 rkwii
f-H ."""N,- cO .ft Li 1
in : M i ill scvsc ; i I
Jink f Oh
COWBOY. CARL, right, -makes
a handsome hand puppet that
. can be assembled In a few min minutes
utes minutes with pickup materials.
First, color his flgure gaily.
Then cut him out and pasta
figure to heavy paper or thin
Wrap a piece of cellophane
tape about his waist and place
him on the second and third An Angers
gers Angers of your hand. Tape him to
Your fingers will form the cow
boy's feet ; v
You can make him run, walk,
dance, do tricks, etc.
rVO Couples, puixfs fans, cele
b rating their wedding annK
versariee In June, had dinner to together.
gether. together. ..-
. "How long Have you two been
married?" said A. Croatia to Mrs.
"I have been married two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of my life, but my hus husband,
band, husband, being twelve years older,
has been my husband six-'
elevenths of his time In the
How long bad they been wed?
ptrtqtnq Jq pus jnoj-uo
atjf ttny 'uji ui xi-iuiq
pjj o, (mi ttu inii
Its Chosen Poetry
To cer oil solvers can I sMne
'Whenftr my fl&ST to writ;
With this my BSCOKD did com com-(tins
(tins com-(tins To mak$ a happy Ml.
If If WHOLB is frankly teed in
: yfm t who can; HA fit.
-eon v tin i pj
' eiq en :eu t"im '() i P"
- q- ai jug qi 0 tl Jf q JJ
41 'Pipa! PJ 4X allt
YOU BE THE DETECTIVE One and One Gives One
If CAN be surmised from com-'
menti from the grandstands
that there are rabid baseball
fans who act as if they know
more about the game than play
era, managers and umpires com combined.
bined. combined. They are frequently weak
Here is a teat you can give
them. It requires Identification W
baseball colloquialisms. There are
fifteen in all. Twelve or more I
correct puts the answerer la the
All-Star Manager bracket; ten or
more, World Series Mastermind;
eight or more, World Series Bum;
less than eight, leader of a pen-,
P. S. Ton should do better,
, regardless of hit score.
X. Shoestring catch
4. Sunday pitch
8. Two o'clock Utter .........
- C Rubber arm ..,i. .....
7. Texas Leaguer .............
8. Free ticket
Hk Traffic cop
14. Duster ......
15. Pepper game
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tpHTii pjAOoon i 'H3t03 mq
pJ'MX 'fit us m pu on taj s
tlliq bo ng -jiq a ao;
IT WAS four p. in.' wnen Detec
tives Murray and Shea arrived
at 3466 Suburbia Avenue. .This
interview shouldn't take long,"
commented Murray. "Dan Garon,
undoubtedly has his alibi all art.
The Intermittent rains .that
had begun earlier in the day had
ceased about an hour previous,
but the deserted street was atlll
wet, with Just a tiny dry spot
trying to emerge here and there,,
Detective Murray took note of
the absence of automobiles in the
. .The door opened, and a short,
stocky, dock wapoper-type person
confronted the detectives. "I can
.smeir coppers," ; he s n e e f e d
"What's on yout mind?--.
The i detectives p u a b e d m.
"Georje Pendyke was shot to
death about an hour 'ago, as asserted
serted asserted Murray. "We know about
your feud with him. What, do
you. knew about the shooting?"
Gafoa glowered. "You tell me,"
he said, "iwu hers all afternoon
playing ffe with my sister-in-law
and her husband. . ."
"Whet are they now?" fur
"1 dinw tham to the station
half an soar ace," grunted Garon.
Trail dMf .eaid Murray, md':
tf. There were no cars on- the
street when we drove Up. Where
I'Llsten, coppers, I'm not on a
quia show," snarled the suspect
"The car was out there all day,
but when 1 got back from the
terminal 1 put it in the garage.
Now get out!"
"We'll get,' remarked Murray,
rising, "but you're coming along,
That alibi la literally all wet,"
You be the detective: what was
wrong with the al'bi t .S t
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POR this puxale you ara given definitions of two
i' one-ayllabla words. These ara to be compounded
into a single word, ror example, put "decay" plus
"consumed" j together and we have ROT plus AM
or ROTATE. Now compound these:
v l. Wager plus gleara equala ........ t
4. To entreat plus unity equal 1 . t
ft. Distant plus noisy quarrel equals ?
, 4. Snake plus anger equals ' ..i.i..t
' 5. Kitchenware plus to attempt equals ?
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Mbre Than One Way?
By B. C. Kaufman
r) SCORE a strike In the dia diagram
gram diagram above, that is, to suc succeed
ceed succeed in crossing out ail of the
numbers, you must find the cor correct
rect correct answers to the definitions
below. If the answer to No. 1,
for Instance, la 0, cross out 0 In
the diagram; If the answer to No.
3 is 431S, cross out 4, 11 and 6,
etc. Answers may have as many
as five digits. Can you bowl a
1. Wonders of the WorM.
1 Repoted number Of Uvea a
'oat has: -.
t. If Lsa, tsb. tec, ate,
what number does the word
4, There have been a total el
0. S. Presidents named John,
g. Speed some motorists eeem
to think the word "Go" Indi Indicates:
cates: Indicates: tig t f M1 ejql 00 av
01 t '"IN t BAt 1 llf
How Old Is Joseph?
JOBEPH'S age Is the same as
the difference between five
times hi age five year ago and
five tunes hi age 4iv years
hence. How old is he?
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IN THIS type maze there's more than one way
out, but there's only one right way . and you
must literally figure It That Is, you must count the
number you pas In penciling In your route from
X to the exit, and see that the total of all the num numbers
bers numbers you pass la lea than 60. If the total is more,
you've taken the wrong rout and must start over.
It neee else Is to try, cover the mace with
tissue paper before you start Keep track of the
' time. 'V
Remember, you must total' less than 80 when
passing through from to the exit at bottom.
' Tongue Twisters
SAT aloud swiftly and repeat repeatedly:
edly: repeatedly: The only oil the Earl polled
was the early oil,
filbert tip, bitters as fat
Frank files' flag and ling are are-works.
works. are-works. Vera bastes vests and waist.
TOO DIFFICULT FOR WORDS?
tests are posed
la the diagrams
at right ror
each of that
there is a time
limit of five min minutes.
utes. minutes. The object
la to reconstruct
words which ap appear
pear appear across the
tops of the lndi lndi-vidua!
vidua! lndi-vidua! diagrams.
To begin, copy
'all of the letters
now showing .in
the empty block
them. That I to
aay, each up and
down row la to
contain the same
letter respective respectively.
ly. respectively. In the uppet
left hand dia diagram,
gram, diagram, tot In Instance,
stance, Instance, an A la
to be Inserted In each of the five blank
beneath it, a T In each of the four blanks
beneath It tc. --.
Then, to ascertain th missing letters,
a ayatem of trial and error letter Insertion
is employed In an effort to form short
1 A 1K -InT
in l hi I
I IeI e I-'IeFI
hortxontai words. From these shortet
words, If correct may be deduced the.
misaing letter of the larger key words
' On possible eet of answers Is given
below, tunuJstp auoi
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Utin 'Suixmq 'Ajowij pJO eqj, i4iit
Helping Yourself. This Is an Eye-Opener
B&1EP REPORTS on select new
books e Interest to home
craftatnin hobbyists tni collec collectors.
tors. collectors. Selected by Clark Kinnoiri.
The, King la Hi Country, by
Aubrey Buxton (The Country Countryman
man Countryman Press. Woodstock, Vt: 14).
George VI, father of Elisabeth
II, waa an avid huntsman and
a good marksman who carefully
recorded and annotated hi acores
In the fields and moors at hi
English and Scottish castles. Mr.
Buxton waa given access to these
Journal by the Queen.. Mother,
and ha turned them into pleas pleasant
ant pleasant reading for fancier of the
Built-in I on Can Make, edit edited
ed edited by P. H. Scheller tHarper, 128
pages: $1.95). Pattern! and in instruction
struction instruction tor some 300 project
tor the home craftsman.
AO Outdoor, by Jack Denton
Scott iStackpole Co., 268 pages
14.95.) Doceni of subjects fasol fasol-natlng
natlng fasol-natlng to the out-of-doors man
are covered In Mr. Scott' fifth
collection of essaya on what the
sportsmen have left of wild iif
I t ERE Is an ob-
1 1 servatiun test
which a surpris surprising
ing surprising number of
been found ,to
Using only yout
eye as a measur measuring
ing measuring device, see If
you can deter determine
mine determine to which
mailer line, A,
B or. C, the circle
at bottom of dia diagram
gram diagram at rig hi
would reach If it
were 'lifted up
and rested on the
longer line de de-noted
noted de-noted by the
Which do you
ay It is, A, B or
C? Come now, no
Take a guess
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m ean p)Oipi q ao Iuiiim vua eiu, imnitT
GAN you find
hidden in this
acettd? To make
It appear us ool-
ored pencil or
crayons to fill In
the space ac according
cording according to tbes
' Bl Blue
, Those who do
not have colors
handy, may wish
to try various
shadings with an
' What animal Is
SHE CANT IMAGINE IT
J i (-Vr0 M :
uiz (T?DosswonD-2Mf Wisdom from the Wble
It's Your Move
IT WOU-J be easy for the Identity before applying her pen pen-I
I pen-I young U4y above to fill In th clL So far. she hasn't mads up
misaing linen 9 the figure shown, her moid Whether It's animal,
but abe's detannUad to guess it v vegeUbl or mineral. Can you?
, 0 y ffuoens Shtffsr
- 1 Re was swallowed by whale.
-Anna, the prophetess, was of
a great whV (Luke 2:38)
: 8 .where Ckanab hsd hit home?
(1 Sam 1:19)
. 1J Mountain ptsa
. 16 .positive pole
. 17 Send Out rsys.
19 He who does not provide for
his two denies his faith and
is worse than a what? (1 Tim.
zl Anglo-Saxon nuMey.
24 Religious pamphkM.
27 Lose color.
', 2 Bona. -.. . ..
30 Son of Issschsr (Gen. 4HW
31 Noted Italisn family.
S3 River In BrsslL
84 What U the second book at
the New Teitsment?
-' 85 Peter told Cornelius that
what of his was, beard? (Aeut
17 txclsmstlon. r
88 Tiller of vessel I
39 Listen to.
41 A king fPr. 81:1) I
43 Cuts dowa'
44 The lion. i
, 4S Connecting part.
4 tccentrio wheel-psrls:
47 Paul felt no what front the
. viper that fattened on his
hand? (Acts 28:5)
48 HiRhwsy (sbbr.)
49 Skin mouth. 1
83 Ftxht .. .- r
84 Go astray. ;
55 Indian tents vsr.)
02 Definite srtlcle.
64 What sort of Jrees did Hiram
send to Dvi07 (3 Ssm. 6:11)
05 Small portions.
. 1 Deep wide-mouthed vessel
- 2 Room in a harem.
: 8 Land in which Cain dwelt
4 King of Ellsftar (Gea 14:1)
5 The PislmUt asked a clean
one (Pa 81:10)
- 0 Leading aviator.
a-Sob of David (3 Sam. 8:10)
11 Absence of self-assertion,
12 Gland comb, form,
28 Symbol (or tantalum.
20 Mariner's direction (sbbr.V
22 We do what by faith? (3 Cot
" 8:7) .
88 Jacob served seven year for.
her (Gen. 29:20)
20 Masculine name.
82 Conger fishermen.
84 They Shall' Inherit tf" earth
$5 Church benches.
80 Search for
39 Family dwelling place.
42 Border city of the inheritance
of the tribe of Aiher (Josh.
43 Mother of Jesus (Luke 2:16)
44 New uuine port
' 40 Seashores. ; 53 Marihes.
47 Threw with violence. 54 Father of Lecah (1 Chr. 4:21)
49 Prefix: before 80 Paatry.
50 Say this before a meal. 37 Fondle.
51 The house of Joseph mourned 58 Cyprinold fish. -for
him st the threnhin floor 59 Short for Annette, -of
this place (Gen. 50:10) 00 Bitter vetch.
52 Plant of lily family. 03 Personal pronoun.
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Long-Time Open Checker King
IVHITE seem to be wmnilt wmnilt-W
W wmnilt-W ting checker Harl-KarL but
there' a method In his maneuv.
ting. White, traveling upboard,'
move first and wins In three
movea. Can you plan the action?
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CBOsawuBO rozzLB eoLCTion
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Vi'-" W HER SISTERS' FOOTSTEPS Diane Daly (third frohl left) Joins her three Asters
by enrolling' in the Moun Sinai hospital school of hUrring'in NW Yprk. The Dalys
232j ffom- left) Carole, Arlene Diane and Jpanre sfchool's first sister foursome.
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A CRACKING GOOD SHOW Joan Ross; Australian bull whip artist, ''and her.
it, QUITE A DOLL Lovely Irene Mattos. r Hon? Kons -w : T -w. A JL: 5a ? .;
l t.... v .4. ,-. u A- oiore uepariing ior iapan io spena more inan six monins enieriaining uis.
, born Portuguese girl, was choseh "Goldwyn Girl of ; rShawn can take a whip and slice through a paper tube held in his Mother's mouth, "'
Hong Kong- in beauty cortteet tor a recent film, i hs he is doing here:; His mother says the boy is a "bom ham", and loves to perform.
! BOMBERS' NEW BIRTHPLACE A new erection haH has been built at Hertfordshire,
' England, ior Handley Pace Victot crescent-winr iet bomber far Eoval Air Force, v
- i"t i i . ;-.
; WORKING FOR PEANUTS-thi? pachyderm with the one-way stretch is Gandy, one J
s of the smarter residents at the Bronx zoo; She has fdurid tiiat by Duttinfi her front
-" "ZrZZie on wall, she eet the tip of her trunk to'ih'e lenceand gejt some extra chov
TY Cf ELBOW ROOM-r-Dude ranchefive vacationer aplenty of room to relax. ;
A BRILLIANT DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY
VnVETHER IT'S A DISASTER op atwar, the Red Cross will be on then, both in the field.and lcfc horni;.oritersalson4 hullionsof ,'
: VV the, job just as it has for the past 75 years. Clara Barton, founder 'packages for prisoners of war., On the homefront, feeding stations and .' A
of the Xmeridart Red Cross, supervised nurses in the Spanish-Ameri- hospital facilities are on scene at fbods, train wrecks 4nd other di'sas-; 'L
can war and-its workers have been with U. S., fighting forces since- iers.yThe busy Red Cross can take time put for well-deserved praise ;
v o J
They're preparing many package! for war prisoners: Founder Clara Barton (left) watches nurses work on Spanish-American war victims,
ch a popijlat spot is the Elbow ranch in the Jacfeon llole cguntry'W Wyoming-1 Red Cross clubmobilt touches f.-"tri 5oil oHer invasion of Wormandy:,-. JUXuncilXluIfs, Io, Red Cross sets wp food stations for dikewrlew; -.' t
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QUARTERMASTER M. P. Mi kulak raising the colors at the A fit f 11 ft
. ( Story and pictures, Fcgei 2 & 3)
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PANAMA, R. P, SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1956
COLOR GUARD of Gen. George W. Goelhals VFW rost No. 3835, Cocoli.
i I. n! I
20TH INFANTRY ftrinf squad fram Ft &bbe at the memorial serrices.
TTOITjOTWRL, US Army, presenting (reeting! iron MajvGen. L. C.McGarr.
" ... "'"'--i -. -w
D. L. HUGHES, past department commander, placing a wreath I
durinc the memorial services. 'r
Story By SOL J. KAPLAN
Pictures By Aero Photo Service
The emblem of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars of the United States
is the Cross of Malta. It tells the
world that the wearer served over
seas with the Armed Forces.
It's a symbol of a fellowship that
exists only between overseas veter veterans.
ans. veterans. They may have served in A A-frica
frica A-frica or Alaska, Italy or Iwo Jima,
Saipan or Sicily, Guadalcanal or
Germany, but they speak the same
language whether it's Pidgin En English
glish English or Fractured French. There's
no tie between men that's stronger
than the bond of wartime experi experiences
ences experiences equally shared.
The Department of Panama" Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Veterans of Foreign Wars
of the United States held their
31st Annual Encampment June 2
at the Post Home of No. 3835, Co Cocoli.
A parade from the Cocoli Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse was led by the 776th DSAF.
Band from Albrook Air Force Base, i
In the line of march were an honor
platoon of soldiers from the 20th
Infantry, Ft. Kobbe, a platoon of :
Marines from Rodman, a clatoon
I of airmen from Albrook and color
guaras worn me uve vvw posts
n the Isthmus, No.'s 40, 100, 3822.'
' OOC -nJ IVT A 1 1. . J:
wi aim ooid. si jjiuiui I'gue. vi ills
tinguished guests and members of
the Ladies Auxiliaries of the three
posts completed the procession to
the Post Home of No. 383S at Co
Memorial services honoring th
heroic dead of all wars were coiv
ducted by Department Chaplain E.
S. Coe. The .invocation was given
by Chaplain Cyril Best, CDR,
U. S. Navy, the prayer of the day
was offered by Rabbi Nathan Wit. -kin,
Auxiliary Chaplain, U. S. Ar.
my, and the benediction was made
COL. (CHAPLAIN) H. r. DONOYANsjeaking.al litjn.emoriaJ
SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 3Cr'
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JOINT ARMED FORCES Hoaor Guard at the encampment. x
CDIt. A. J. EUCIKAS preenltnr a department citation to
department surgeon Jack Warford. v
by Chaplain B. F. Shumaber, Mai. tng officers were elected for L the
USAF. ;. ... next vear:
: DistingulshedTspeaker of th day. Department commander, Donald
': Was ChaDlain H. V. Dnnnvun. fnl I J. O'Neill- spninr vinn pnmmnnHor
iJS. Army. His theme referred to' Jack Warford; junior vifo com com-r
r com-r the apathy of our citizens who re-imander, Robinson; quartermast-''
: i.vuvi vHiuc w oca itu vioib ni! t biiafiiiuv ,wt
brook Air Force Base on Armed judge advocate, Granville E. Rog Rog-Forces
Forces Rog-Forces Day, in large numbers, as ers; surgeon, Lawrence Dolby.
... compared to the small amount of. Officers appointed by the depart depart-'
' depart-' people-who paid their respects to ment commander were: Adiustant.
. me-war aeaa on Memorial Day a. coien: cniei ot siau. w. nuu-:
t Corozal Cemetery. man; inspector, Harry Taylor; pa-- afV, J
ki' ;? Additional hnnnrpn ffiicfff vaia fpinti intttrnMnr .QaI J ITnnlun- --4
Capt. W. B. Tucker, acting com- historian, James T. Wimpee, and
mandant lSth Naval District; Col. sergeant at arms, McNabb.
t E. 0. Earl, U.S. Army; Capt. C. J.i I
bchorlc, U.b. Navy; W.- G. Dolan,l A cocktad hour "on the house"
, chief, Civil Defense of the Canal was held from 8 to 9 o'clock. The
Zone, and George A. Black, Jr.. Inaugural Ball followed with danc--.
CDR, Department Panama Canal ing to the music of George Miller
Zone of the American Legion. and his orchestra. A young lady
. '.A llinphpftn was hpM linH nt 4 orae ihnk lnnlrv nrlnnAi- tt iVi a trim
S.m. the Department Encampment door prize of a $100 U.S. Savings! p J
usiness session began. The follow-' Bond. j if- :
COLOR GUARDS of VFW Post Noi and No. M7 on Brnja Road,
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ARMED FORCES on Bruja Road In the line of march to the encampment. .
km mm nmtm.mm
; THE PANAMA AMERICAN
owm uw niivn rr TH Panama tamcM rata. MC
nwiM t mclodm Miwmnv at mm
IUIMM AMAt. into
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Taumomi 1-070 s Uml
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18.t7 CCMTHAl AVCNLf KTWrtK H 1ST a)lS
'' ftVRUAMTATIVM, JOSHUA KWCMt SNC
i S4S MMMMS Avs. Uf VOMI. 7 .
Jhe' End 5 Is In Sight For Someone
For ii months m dvamc
rn in unMi
' V' MR. HIGH-MIND .;
Then went the Junr out: whose names were Mr. Blind-man.
Mr. No-good, Mr. Malice, Mr. Leve-Uss, Mr. Heady, Mr. Bif b-mind,
ir. Enmity, Mr. Lyar. Mr. Craelty, Mr, Hate-light, u Mr.. Im Im-hcable.
hcable. Im-hcable. "The riliTiM'g rrefreaa."
, v By JOHN CfDHUE
-' ; v ' ' '-.'v;t'-
4 Eleven rogue and he to judge a fool
He files out with the Jury, but distaste ;
Conetricts his fluting nostrils, and his cool -. -i
Mind glazes with contempt. High-mind has brought t
A alth k In ihlj.li nch Vistula
. ? Laving his palms and fingertips, be finds
: : An image of his white, proportioned thought'
v Flanged in the squalid suds of other minds. ";v
- Unmoved by Lust's requests or Hate's commands
Or Superstition's half -embarrassed bribe,
His Drain takes wing and flutters up the course
7 First plotted by the Greeks, up toward the sphere
Where issues and alternatives are placed
TIn the remorseless light that knows no source.,
,. j Here, hi the great meringue they call the Void,
The wise alone have cause for breathing. Here
H Do parallel lines, with a whisper, meet
- Here priests in tweeds gyrate around the feet
: Of Faet, their bride, and hymn their gratitude
- That each toe of her ten is understood, v ..,:
- vFronvthis great height, the notion of the Good
' Is seen to be a vulgar one and crude.
,V 1 High-mind as Judge descends to Earth, annoyed,
i .Despairing Justice. Man, a massy .tribe,
t t Cannot possess one wide and neutral eye.
He casts his well-weighed verdict wltra sigh
And, for a passing moment. Is distressed
' ; To find it coinciding with the rest
; By WILLIAM GARDENER
?I hate the cacti," my companion said,
passing a window full of them, the squat
dwarf succulents, sufficing through their names
to close wide spaces in an earthen pot,
'. and I concurred, thinking of ihe great spines
.;v that set their teeth against a traveller's way,
the hedge of prickly pear a mockery
, to one remembering the green or may.
And then I looked again, and saw the vast
expanses flowing out on either hand
to the far-off horizon where the sky
.takes color from the wastes of bitter sand
r unbroken save for cactus belts that draw
. their moisture from the bone-dry air to ring
: the deserts, and endure in a stone world,
'", where they are the sole evidence of spring.
Cwrtesy of the "New Ywker."
j HELP WANTED
' By SEC
There's always a job for an engineer,
A bonanza for any technician; 1
, We scour the country far and near
For the. boys who are good at addition,
Money's no object, we rush to bestow it
On science and people equipped to know it
There's always a job for an engineer
(But nobody wants a poet).
, If you know your way round an atomic pile
Or the brain of a giant computer:
If you're clever at guiding a guided missile
And can tell if a neutron is neuter
Forpet all the rest, boys, skip it, stow it
Iambic pentameter? Who wants to know it?
There's always a Job for an engineer -i
' (But nobody wants a poet).
" i-Coartesy ef "The Reporter
Dob', sit and wait
for "Udy lack" ...
Go and meet her .
It's a "musl" for
The Washington Meiry-Go-Round
ly DREW rEAKSOH
WASHINGTON American sci- the America people that the pres- the 82-year-old political wizard of
enUsts and military men have ent defence budget is adequate. .Boston. "It's got 'me named
Skeifington," and in the last part
o the book I'm dying, when a
Driest whn thinlr. Vn aa .
Krifi .. l- 7. ----- MHU, :HTS.
juuuary met recau tnat
made some shocking admissions
lately, ltieir statements have an
peared in separate, scattered
parts of the newspapers or be
hind the closed doors of hearings
If you add them together, bow bow-ever,
ever, bow-ever, they show an alarming state
oi our national defense.
Here is 'a compilation of recent
admissions by U.S. scientists, mil-
1 1 a r y men, and intelligence
EARTH SATELLITE U.S.
experts admit Russia will launch
an eartb satellite ahead of us
probably in 1957. This will be
w. year in advance of the U.S.A.
GUIDED MISSILES Central
Intelligence reports flatly and cat
egorically that Russia is ahead
f uk in guided missiles. This
means Moscow will probably
build the dread intercontinental
ballistic missile capable of flying
from Moscow to Washington be
fore we do.
NUCLEAR REACTORS CIA
representatives' testified behind
closed doors recently that Russia
was ahead of us m building atom atomic
ic atomic reactors. This means Russia
is making faster strides in con converting
verting converting A-energy to industrial
uses, probably also including an
atomic plane. T"
JET PLANES The Defense
Department has acknowledged
that Russia is building more jets
than we are. She is also outpro
ducing us in long-range jet bomb bombers
ers bombers of the type that just dropped
the H-bomb in the Pacific. It ap appears
pears appears that Russia is building
more of all typet of Jet planes
except B-47 medium-range bomb
HYDROGEN BOMBS Intel Intelligence
ligence Intelligence agents have reported that
Riassia is now only one month
behind us m her stockpile of II-
boKbs. Hitherto our chief reliance
has been on a long lead in the
stocknile of H and A-bombs.
Despite this. Secretary of De-
twe Wilson repeatedly sutes:
"The Russians aren't nine feet
tall," and pooh-poohs congression congressional
al congressional attempts to increase the a-,
ti?na! defense. ;
lenwlitjor I las ptently 5 a fured
IKE WAS WRONG BEFORE
March 29, 1950. three months be
fore Communist leaders struck at
Kerea, General Eisenhower ap
peared before the Senate Appro,
priattons Committee and assured
them that the current defense
budget of $15,900,000,008 was ade adequate.'
quate.' adequate.' : ..'"-.-- ',"
Explaining that he had been
asked to coordinate the needs of
ire oiiferent armed services, Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower testified:
"I would say that I would add
$300,000,MO to the present budget
(which had beer, cut under $14, $14,-000,000,000).
000,000,000). $14,-000,000,000). But I would be de determined
termined determined to stay somewhere be below
low below the $15,000,000,000 which al
ways ia my mind has represent
ed the maximum, and I should
be determined to stay well below
Senator McKellar of Tennessee
asked if he would add tome air
groups. Ike replied "no." ,.
Senator :. Saltoristatt of Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts asked if the Defense De Department
partment Department might not need more
than $15,000,000,000. .t v t
"I still believe m the over-all
$15,600,000,000," replied E i s e n n-hower.
hower. n-hower. "".
Three months later the United
States found itself unprepared to
meet war me Far East and
increased the military budget to
a Jugn S38,30o,ow),ooo m 1952
Of -ourse Eisenhower did not
foresee war when he testified in
1950; but military men say no
ore can predict war or peace to
"LAST HURRAH" CURLEY
Indestructible James Curley,
perennial mayor of Boston and
governor of Massachusetts who
was earned on the shoulders of a
Boston crowd when he was re
leased from jail as a convicted
congressman, met young Foster
Furcdlo, -Democratic- candidate
for governor of Massachusetts the
Have you read the book about
me?" Curley asked Furcolo, re referring
ferring referring to the best selling novel;
The Last Hurrah a Actionized
description of Curiev's temBestu-
rm faiMi y arregaiedr career.
m ripaH .cava-.
'Ii he had it to rin All avaf oain
he'd do it an very, very differ,
'.'At which point, according to
the book,? continued Curley, "I
open one eye and say, "The hell
I wculd. 5 , ;
"They tell me I ought to sue,"
Curley confided to Furcolo. "I'm
not going to sue. Pat going to
write a book about myself "and """"
then they: can sue me."
Sen. Dennis Chavez, New Mex Mexico
ico Mexico Democrat, has accused Pres President
ident President Elsenhower of taking high
supports away from V American
farmers, but granting them to
Brazilian coffee growers. ; In a
blistering private Ictttn t
farmers, Chavez declares: "Each
oionung. ,wnen yot. drmk a cp
of coffee, I want you to remem remember
ber remember just one thing While the pres president
ident president is unwilling to agree on any
reasonable pegged farm price, ho
wag willing to participate m the
agreement signed in Brawl two
months ago to fix the- support
price of coffee at crtificial heights -to
prevent a collapse of the mar.
ket because of a substantial cof coffee
fee coffee surplus. The complete lack of
understanding oi the President on -domestic
problems," adds Cha Chavez,
vez, Chavez, "is? appalling." Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Agriculture Benson, who
opposes high supports at heme,
seems to favor them in Switzer-
land. At least, bis Agriculture
Department has r issued a favor favorable
able favorable report on- Swiss farming
which asserts: "In Switzerland,
the policy of protecting, support supporting
ing supporting and promoting agriculture has
been carried farther than in any
West European country. This is -due
, , partly to the desire.
widely .shared by the Swiss peo people,
ple, people, to bait the decline in farm
population and to secure a high
degree of self-sufficiency." ; ;
The Army's newest guided mis mis-siie,
siie, mis-siie, the Jupiter, is supposed to.
have a range of 1,500 miles, bat
Army experts claim privately it
will-shoot 3,000 miles with an un uncanny
canny uncanny accuracy, varying only 'one
yard for each mile. They say it
will hit withm two miles of
target 3,000 miles away. a bull's-.
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WASHINGTON (NEA) U.S
State Department has discovered
jazz, it's something that can bel
exponea to xoretgn countries n
reveal the American way of life.;
(It's culture, vulture.) 4
State Department's International
Educational Exchange Service has I
just concluded its first successful
experiment with this art form, at
sent Uizzy uiuespies jazz band on
a tour, o- me Miouie tast. nn
-did he send them!
1 made the Greeks lav down
their rocks and roll," said Dizzy,
, on nis return irom a seven-wees:
, triumphal tour. He played in
Abadan, Dakkar, Karachi, Beirut,
Damascus, Aleppo, Ankara, Istan
ocisimc wu huicib.
r- his experience' was anew- ne
: sauie n every vm w iir
' circuit cities.. First performance
-drew only a few curions custom-
ers. Then i by the mysterious
Kiicutc una u unuuSu
Middle East, the word got around
Later performances were packed.1 steers away from request numbers
And wild. (That's what they mean, 'and hit-tune programming.
Jelly bean.) I First hour is popular .music w
- The government paid Gillespie's dance bands and vocals. Second
, band only salary plus travel and
i expenses, r or rne troupe m m we
' payroll was $6,000 a week. Gil
lespie gave up his cut on the box
. office receipts. Whatever was col-
, lected will rever to the U S
.. . The tour was financed by Presi
, ucui obmh ojrenai ijjiuci
" fcy Tf"Jd .f? Interaational Af
, x. n u
' merce Department' .trade f air
m fcw, program. The other ban goes ror
and Bess," symphonies, art .showsj
tnS now jazz, tpey rate, gJWeyi rj wuowea ny a w.b. news
uuiespie s nana
President Eisenhower at the White)
House correspondent's dinner in
' Washington the other night, but he
.'didn't seem to annreciate it. n I
tie praisea a -cnorus uiav jwug
.... ; t
Victor. Herbert melodies and be
had a 4 kind word for James!
Caenev- But he overlooked a nolit-t
ical nitch for the Neero vote bfi
not mentioning either Cillespie orcan visitors to those parts have
Nat '. King Cole, who. ; also been asked about the comparitive
performed.? I ijazz styles of Louis (Satchmo)
On of the main reasons for. Armstrong. Duke Ellington and
State DpDartment's sendin such
artists abroad is that it helps off
aet foreign ideas ot American
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Prior to International Education-
u Exchange Service's sponsorship
of the Gillespie tour, the U.S
Voice of America rac"o programs
began scoring jau successes.
In January, NS5, VOA started a
two-hour program of American
popular and azs music. It was
broadcast from Tangier and
Beamed at Scandinavia. v
I Short wave radio nlavs tricks
Pretty soon fan mail beran nun.1
ing in from Asians. They said they
naa Heard the program at some the old State Department buudmg ratals, ef tea complain about the
unearthly hour tike four a m.'where the presidential news ses- heavy banquet schedule here ml
I Coaldn't they please change the sions are held. : the capital But they still turn up
'tiroe? i Suddenly one of the Secret'enmusiasUcally at a plush free
i une leuer sauir i ms is the nest
American propaganda I e v e r
So ta April of this year VOA
started scheduling "M u i i c
;uJ5. A." for eight to 10 p.m. re-!
miuin wurm-wiae oasis. iior tne punaie ana squeezca
u is a disk jockey show but.carefuUy. Nothing was there.
boar is jazz with about an equal
mixture of old-fashioned Dixieland
' of the Eddie- Condon type, classical
jazz of the Benny Goodman era
and contemporary Dizzy Gillespie
Willis Conover m.&'s the show,
.five nights a week. He has his own
jorcnsira, snows music, "wS0.jjli Bd political Hie. iTOUOie
( comments and sometimes inter- was some folks never quite caught
view, recnraing arusu.
; lay Michael. -sports an-1.
nouncer, handles the week-end)
Alt are.in English. Sometimes
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M are ni tngusn. somwnB.
, The tapes are cut in Washington,
royality free. They are then sent
wit for broadcast from Tangier,
Munich, San Fernando. P.I., Hon-
i-i1hm1.a 12a.,t.Hn. rUl
wiwu, unuun, vwu;, vi"-
South America and Diron, Caul.,
to Central America.
The program gets behind the
iron curtain, too. Numerous Amer-
'others. (That's a laugh, giraffe.)
l (And that's tha Washington jazz
story, morning glory.)
WASHINGTON (NEA) You
can bet your life the Secret Serv.
ice doe sal miss a trick at taeui
job of guarding President Eiscn-j
At Ike's cress conference the
other moraine a mob of reoortersl
'.was filing into the Treaty Room at
service men at tne ooor naitea a
reporter who had a wrapped-upl
I clastic rain coat tueked under his
The guard asked the newsman
With, the Pentagon feud, and
other political doings gobbling up
news space, press agents are nam
put to keep their clients nappy
It's not that they aren't trying.
An afternoon ago the nuttiest!
party witnessed here in years was
thrown to promote a book just off
the presses spoofing Washington
n mat this cocktaU gataerwg i
.Guests' arrived at a private
home in Georgetown to find a live
'elenhant: and donkey
AlAnliiitir anil jlitnlrAM ai n1 Affin 0
i thm ,rW Thn when
b was doing brisk. busi-
less, a iidn:uti;L iffiwireu vwi
the hoase and showered it with
They splashed in drinks, went
down bare-back dresses, and
caused near panic. The roar of
the chopper almost stampeded the
lis Biffle, former secretary of
the Senate, was still digging the
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Lily Pons and groom
KostelaneU debunked all the tin
trumors about their status by
holding bands throughout "Most
Happy Fella" .. Zsa.Zsa's re reported
ported reported next husband (Hal Hayes)
confirmed what -most of us sus
pected all along. His current eye eye-traction
traction eye-traction is model Carol Leclair
.. Hildegarde, show biz's sexi
est spinster, is being melted by
actor Donald McKinney of Holly
wood ... insiders assure you
Sonja Heme's; ex-husband (Win-
thron Gardiner and Chicago heir
ess Molly Netcher Bragno are not
remanents, socialite uctn cocp,
they add. will, be his bride, if
any ; t Gloria ueHaven s torca
indicates she will resume witn
Miami Beach's Dick Fincher,
whose ring she recently returned
. .; British I publisher Gordon
White wings ever next. month to
convince susan naywara .
Ronnre Raft has deserted as riff
raft for Countess Juliette Mas de
Ayala y . J. Ray's manager
Bernie Lane is free. Mrs. Lang is
back from Mexico with her decree
a anlr WtmthamDton. L.I.
cabana club rejected an applica
tion for Mrs. Anthony Meeie via
her representatives here." Anita
Richer.; will have to take her
Greg Bautzer offered $1,400,000
to' film "Fair Lady" and star his
bride-to-be (Dana Wynter) in the
Julie Andrews role. The sum was
glared at . . The miniature
Rolls-Royce they used in : N.Y.
was not his gift as reponea.
Marion Davies is its landlord
. . Mr.-Bautzer has never seen
Dana en the screen. After enter
ing the Roxy Theater to view ber
latest ("D.Vy, the 6th of June")
she suddenly rushed him out
In the Stork Clubland at El Mo
rocco.- where ne aept saying
"Meet my bride, several laaies
(who hoped, to win him) wore
G 1 a a LoUobrigida., restrained
from- i-viinesging .the JJroadway,
Safety Ah Raid Native
fty DOUGLAS LAKSZK and &ENNKTB O.
ef IMS clothes when,
LThis is toad. simolv mad."
cried a congressman's wife from
under her splattered Grace Kelhr
Politicians and government ef-
leea. :. :
For example,' members of the
Sioux Citv. Ia.. Chamber of Com
merce hit town recently and in-
Ivited a crowd of To congressmen
and VIP's to the steak dinner.
The Juicy slabs at meat were
flown in specially from the Sioux
City stockyards. That was the only
catch, but .nobody had a complaint
except ipener of the House 5am
After demolishing bis two inch-
thick ; serving, Rayburn observed
with a grin that "the steak prob
ably came from a Texas steer
fattened on Iowa corn at Sioux
City." :-,' -.v.-.
At a Cocktail Do the other after
noon a young lady said to xenial
Dr. Howard Meyerhoff, director of
the Scientific Manpower Commis
sion, "i understand you re an
expert on the shortage of engi
neers," '';: y: ....
"An expert ia like the bottom
half of-a double boiler. It lets off
a lot of steam, but it really doesn't
know wnat s cooking."
A gal at the Democratic Nation
al Committee is still blushing as
a result of the mix-up by a switch
board operator on Capitol Hill..
She called Rep, Jim Wright (D-
iexi to see if ne would be inter
ested 1 in making the keynote
.producers in France), has good
reason to be miffed. Besides her
targe salary she inherits S n.c.
of the gross . Myrna Dell, the
Doll, will become Mrs. Herbert
Patterson in the Fall. He's an
actor . A New Jersey mayor
and a N.Y. paint croesus are
being dangled by Sloan Simpson.
who is in Miami Beach playing
a similar roie in lenaer trap"
. v Hollywood is stiH tch-tching
about Jack Warner's bubu while
toasting Their Serene Highnesses
of Lichtenstein .V H. Luce, 3rd
and his ex-wife Patty are delir
ious, again . . Six TV programs
lost their sponsors because of the
motor car sales slump ..The
L. Evans Jrs. (Colleen Townsend)
expect their 3rd image Bill Bill-ingsley
ingsley Bill-ingsley reports a $10,000. biz
crease over Mav last vear
Marion likes Shirley Yamaguchl's
The Cables: The Richard Base Base-harts
harts Base-harts ( Valentina Cortese). can't
figure the wild rumors: that start
ed at Capri. Never so happy
Elsa Maxwell s new hairdo hi
Paree Is an old fashioned Pom
padour. Marie Antoinette in drag
. Luc roret, estrangee irom
Genevieve, the Frenchanteuse. is
cmom-diggling with Kosemarie
Sherman . Grace Grimaldl
(whose beverages here were soft
drinks) is assistinc eood-will re
lations abroad by sampling sips
of native wines . Is Lady Iris
Mountbatten planning to wed a
family choice in London? ....
He's a Mr. Big in the British
woolen industry ; 1L Sarah
Churchill weren't Mrs. Anthony
Beauchamp she could be a Prin Princess.
cess. Princess. But Prince Marce ; Daria
keeps forgetting.. .;
General Griswald's dghlr (a
model) has store heir David
Glmbel spinning ... Showman H.
Prince and abdomen-flipper Nej Nej-la
la Nej-la Ates of "Fanny", merely dined
in Chandler's and the press-agents
rushed to the phones ... Spain's
Juanite Belinonte- strums his
guitar under the Miami Beach
Club window of New York deb
address before the territorial
veiitiai of the Democratic party of
NTne operator, however
ep. Wright Patman
(D-Tex). Unawart of thit k.
pened the conversation by con congratulating
gratulating congratulating the ewuressman on
noi bavins opponent.
Patman, who has two op opponents,
ponents, opponents, expressed bis thanks but
noted that he aai more opposition
than he can use.
"Oh, well, you'U learn not to let
those thmes worrv u ih..
you've been here a while, said
the lady happily.
Patman, who has served ia Con Congress
gress Congress for 28 years, mumbled m-
vmauy ie said, "How ould
ywn like to to to Hawaii this
wekeod?'V ,; -. ';
w."Ypmtg lady," roared Patman,
I don't know who you think
you're talking to, but at this point
I believe it's only fair to tell
you've got the wrong party,"
Harrv Truman mav dn thi.
too, but Rep. Sidney Yates (D (D-Calif)
Calif) (D-Calif) says it's true. He reports
that during the Slst Congress a
dinner was given for the newly
elected congressman and Presi. -dent
Truman was asked to say a
lew wuros. :.'.'.-.
He sUrted off by telling the
newcomers not to be over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed by their new position.
Then Truman said:
"I remember when I was first
elected to the Senate. I spent the
first six months wondering how en
earth Harry S. Truman had ever
been elected to that august body.
After that I spent the next 'six
montns wondering now in ? the
world the other senators had ever
ifi'Hl .? iLorrin McMurrey,
2nd' (heiress to t.. ;i ,''
may make news according to the
0rd kcDt humoring his
wife illirWu ciA.1.1 .... r.
ambit nn n "c
she takes 1 over the Barbara Bel
txeades star ml. in nrmtn
ZStn . ; William WahK ki...
grandater was William Vander-
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at-Cyr 1 ex-groom Armando Or-
SllUyant Ika Kia
Yak" nf thm Wy. m.. n ..
hound Bus ad in Life starring the
Dick Powell (June Ally son) fam-
UV. Can't vnti inmt u u
(oti en a. bus trip? ... The actor
wuw wiay s expect a witty-
'y ,. lennie Towers is back
from a Havana booking. James
Thom (Canadian hinnin
nt :wll be here jf moment
w wauaiKe anyoncy. thinks
thev have a rliaiM 1 tu...
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Tracy, who made millions in
realty (and on the air) lost his
head, ever Jane Dulet of. the Ar.
thur Murray staff . The
Thomas Hoyts of society recon reconciled
ciled reconciled Rosylnne Stirling," a
Starllt .' llohlltin in P.ikli Til
Igeon No, 1" (Red Skelton's next
film),' weds New Mexico's Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Farber on the 28th . The
maestro Earl Warmn hv. n.
hanov news - Mnil iisaiLin.
("Fanny", dancer) and Wyoming
cattle-heir Hat Hotchkins ended it
before they could get the burtache
. . Bubirosa told chums "for
the first time in my life1' he has
fallen in love with a sirl who
works for. a living. A charming
Fhwilliail Vwinna Vina ltii
Sisters) and batoneer Del Courtney-seal
on the 5th : Elia
Kazan, the movie director, intro introduced
duced introduced playwright Arthur Miller to
MM in '51 on location for "Viva
Zanata." -The hava sine unlit
ever political ideology . Hottest
Scandal m Town: The vice house
raid on a "masseur" oft East'i.VIIl
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new-type unsinkabl lifeboat, Claus Sorensen, of "Esbjerg,"
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- a trial run. The boat, 20 feet long and seven feet wide, is
, . teapable of holding eight tons. A proposed world cruise will
est the craftj UMinkabffity In hurricane weather,
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six other children, all wearing the latest and lightest in braces,
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SOVIET PREMIER BULGANIN's latest letter to
President Elsenhower is causing a lot of wrinkled
foreheads around Washington, D.C...
Diplomatic circles says the two-page document
challenges the United-States to match Russia's more
than one-million man military slash.
The President and top military officials already hare
made clear they have no Intention of matching the
Soviet manpower cut
The letter was delivered to Secretary of State Dulles
In Washington yesterday, but neither the State De-, President would not be present.
ISTHMIAN SPECULATION AS to whether Presi President
dent President Eisenhower .would be coming to Panama for
the meeting of American Presidents on June 25 began
Friday with reports from Washington that Ike had
been submitted to surgery for an obstruction of the
lower Intestine. -.
The possibility that the meeting, called by President
Ricardo M. Arias, would be cancelled was ruled out,
but speculation centered on whether all of the other
Presidents who had planned on attending the meeting
woum ootner to show up u tney were sure the y. o.
nartment nor th Soviet Emhaocv will iav what it
contains. The text Is expected to be made public either
late today or early tomorrow.
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Diplomatic sources say the letter contains new dis disarmament
armament disarmament proposals,- along with the manpower-cut
Bulganin reportedly wrote Mr. Eisenhower that such
a cut would boost trust and confidence between the
r Soviet bloc and the free world.
But American officials contend that manpower Is
not the key to effective disarmament In the atomic
- New reports of anti-Communist activity are filter-,
big from behind the Iron Curtain.,
Sources in Vienna say Ukrainian rebels detrailed a
Russian army troop train May 20th on a main rail
line leading to Kiev.
An unknown number of Soviet soldiers were killed
In the crash. . the latest outbreak of violence report reported
ed reported against the Soviet government.
Reports reaching Vienna say Soviet troops and
members of the M.VJD. the Soviet secret police
sealed off a large area around the scene of the disaster
arel arrested a group of heavily armed Ukrainians.
News of the sabotage followed ,oth reoorts that
nationalists had plastered Tiflls with antiCommu antiCommu-nist
nist antiCommu-nist posters calling for an independent Georgia Re-'
public. More than 100 persons reportedly were arrest arrested
ed arrested fter the posters appeared. ...
The Tiflls outbreaks were the second reported this
. year. Riots were said to have occurred there last
March when the current anti-Stalin line was first an announced.
nounced. announced. Stalin was born in Georgia.
. The welcome mats are out all over Euror today.
Queen Elizabeth arrives in Sweden... former Pres Pres-..
.. Pres-.. Ident Harry Truman pavs a second visit to France. ,,
and In Leningrad Marshal Tito looks over the home
of an old Russian Czar.
The weather probablv made Queen Elizabeth and
' her husband, Prince Philip, feel right at home as
- their royal yacht steamed into Swedish waters this
: mornln?. '-"vr
A thick London-tyne fog blanketed the waters off
Stockholm, But regardless of the weather, the Swedes
are going all-out to make the royal couple feel at
A 21-gun salute boomed out over the sea..', and;
more than 300-thousand persons strained to get a
glimnse of the sovereigns.
In France, the man from Independence arrived back
In Paris. Mr. Truman spent two days In Paris in May
. .but this time he plans to devote a week to seeing
In Leningrad, another tourist took a look at life In.
the time of the czars. Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia tour toured
ed toured the palace of Peter the Great, the founder of mod modern
ern modern Russia.
Tito will wind up his tour of Leningrad today and
return to Moscow. ' t
Mr. Eisenhower's Intestinal disturbance created
The New York Stock Exchange had one of Its
sharpest declines since the President's heart attack
last September. At their worst, prices were down two two-dollars
dollars two-dollars to six-dollars a share... a loss of some four four-billion
billion four-billion dollars in stock values. V
And in Paris, the value of American dollars on the
black market dropVed 10 per cent. -
Former President Truman, In Paris, said he was
very sorry to hear of the President's ailment. -,
Adlal Stevenson said he shares the concern of
everyone over the President's ailment.
And London newspapers bannered the Eisenhower
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Passengers and crew mem members
bers members arriving aboard a Pan American Airways plane
from Caracas, Venezuela, said today they saw no signs
of unusual activity during the regular stopover there
Their reports supported an official denial by the
Venezuelan government that there had been a revo revolution
lution revolution in that country.
The pan American group said the plane stopped at
Caracas for He usual servicing work and then left
for Rio about 10 p.m.
The passengers stayed at the airport and did not
see Caracas itself, but they said they heard no talk
n any special activities. ; :
French Premier Guy Mollet puts his political life on
the line today the second time in a week. This time
the issue Is the financing of a 400-mllllon dollar pro proposal
posal proposal to increase annual old age benefits. Mollet is ex
pected to win just as he did Tuesday when he called
for a vote of confidence on Algeria, vv and "for the
same reason. None of his oprionents want to vote him
out of office at this time because of critical situa situation
tion situation in Algeria.
THAT ARCHIE MOORE I You never know, what to
expect from the hght-heavywelght champion. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, during the second round of his fight against Yo Yo-lande
lande Yo-lande Pompey in London, the referee warned Moore
to show some fight or be, tossed out of the ring. In
the 10th round, Moore woke up suddenly from a sleepy
performance and all but tore Pompey to shreds.
Officially, It goes down as a technical knockout by
Moore at two minutes and 50 seconds of the 10th
round. But. almost anvona of the caoacitv crowd nf
' 1 1,000 at Harringay Arena probably would tell you It
was a one-rouna ngni.
- For nine rounds, Moore 39 years old let
his 27-year-old opponent make most of the pace
:. and do most of the punching. Fortunately for
: Moore, Pompey's punches were less than explosive.
In the 10th round. Moore exploded. He came to life
with a attack that pulverized Pompey's face and sent
HoweverrPanama officials continued with pre-
, paratious for the historic meeting as the awaited
i word en the decision of Mr. Eisenhower's doctors.
Candidates elected to the City Council of the Pana Panama
ma Panama District, and their alternates, received their cre credentials
dentials credentials at noon yesterday, with the National Patrio Patriotic
tic Patriotic Coalition (CPN) getting 12 seats, the National Lib
eral Party two and one for the municipal narty. Reno-
vacion Popular Autentica. t- three times... once for a count of eight.,, then tor
Meanwhile, the tallying of votes cast in the May 13 a count of nine... and again for eight before the
elections for the National Assembly seat of the Prov- referee who had been demanding action stepped in to
wee vi cwiuui wiiuuucu to uic vu. ui prvtcsu irmn ; enu Is.-. - -'-
politicians and the press that the count was being
mane oenina closed aoors.
Members of the press protested that they were not
being allowed to see the actual counting. A letter from
the Newsmen's Union to the chairman of the Pana Panama
ma Panama provincial Jury, sent on Monday, to this effect re remained
mained remained unanswered at week's end.
On Friday the National Electoral Jury submitted
the list of assemblymen-elect for all of Panama's
provinces, with the exception of Panama and Colon.
The list gave the CPN 28 seats to five for the
Liberals in seven provinces. In Colon, where the
elections have been challenged, the CPN is assur assured
ed assured of five seats, the Liberals one. In Panama rt Is
r estimated that the Liberals will get four or five of
, : the province's 17 seats. v.
Graduation day rolled around at Canal Zone U.S. U.S.-rate
rate U.S.-rate schools, this week.
Both the high schools and the junior college com commencement
mencement commencement ceremonies were held, as grade school
students put away their grammar books for a three three-month
month three-month summer vacation.
The Balboa High School graduation marked the
largest number of students to be given diplomas, as
well as a record-iweaking numbers of honor graduates
Of 177 boys and girls who were given diplomas, 39
were graduated with honors.
In Cristobal High, a mother and son were grad-
uated at the same time. This was believed to be
the first time in the school's history that such
an event was recorded. The proud team were Mrs.
Keith J. Lane of New Cristobal and her son, Guy.
And for the youngsters. a wide variety of sports
and playground activities ranging from swimming
and wrestling, to ping pong and archery was announc announced
ed announced as part of the Canal Zone summer recreation pro program.
gram. program. s
It was ruffles and flourishes and a motorized and
aerial review which bid farewell to the USARCAR1B
commanding General, Lionel C. McGarr who left Fri Friday
day Friday for a stateside assignment
McGarr, who became CG in July 1054, will now as assume
sume assume the duties of commandant of the Command and
General Staff School at Ft Leavenworth, Kan.
The Air Force announced that the First Air Rescue
Group and 26th Air Rescue Squadron, which so often
has responded to emergency calls from Panamanians
In distress, will be deactivated soon and replaced by
Afterwards, Moore told newsmen that he though the
referee was "very rude" in reprimanding him. "I was
not loafing Moore said. "My mind was working."
And maybe because he was in merry old England
Moore punctuated his good-humored complaint about
the referee with a loud laugh at what he apparently
Intended as a Joke.
' Moore played coy about his future plans. He said he
plans to take up gliding In Sweden. He said he doesn't
want to fight heavyweights unless he can get a good
one. He said nothing about plans to match him in the
fall with the winner of the bout in New Yorks between
Floyd Patterson and Hurricane Jackson. ;
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i But Patterson had something to say. Patterson said
he's glad Moore won, because that will give him a
good bout for the fall. Obviously, Patterson expected
to beat Jackson. Also obviously, he expects the winner
of a Patterson-Moore bout to get the heavyweight title
vacated by Rocky Marclana . .v
. The British Broadcasting Corporation gave its listen-
ers the choice of two fights. w
On one network, British listeners could tune I" on
the Moore-Pompey fight. On another, they could
catch a debate about boxing between Laborite mem member
ber member of Parliament Dr. Edith Summerskill and Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Muggerldge, editor of "Punch," the humor magazine."-'
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Dr. Summerskill v- author of a book against box boxing
ing boxing urged an end to the sport. She said it encour encourages
ages encourages aggressive instincts and damages the brain.
Muggeride replied that he has witnessed plenty of
agressiveness the House of Commons, in which Dr.
Summerskill serves. He said that to ban boxing is
hardly the way to end aggression,
The exact date and method of deactivation Is being
worked on now, and will be announced soon.
This is part of a major reorganization plan in world worldwide
wide worldwide air rescue, recently revealed by the Air .Force
Chief of Staff Nathan F. Twining. - -
A new look In U.S. Naval uniforms was paraded
at the 15th Naval District when officers and chief
petty officers donned the new long white trousers
ana snort-sieevea wnite shirts.
The NHouse Merchant Marine Committee approved
a bill for the construction of a bridge over the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal at Balboa, according to word received here,
The bill now goes to the House. It noted that the U.S.
Is obligated under a treaty with Panama to build a
bridge or tunnels across the Canal, and added that a
high-level bridge would be more desirable than a tun tunnel.
nel. tunnel. .
The Army, announced that the first USARCARIB
unit to train at Rio Hato this year was slated to leave'
Saturday for a two-week period of tactical trainin.
Local raters who work for ; the Armed Services
were keeping a watchful eye on Washington for
a decision concerning a four-cent across-the-board
pay raise recently given Panama Canal Co.
A Caribbean Command spokesman said thedecision'
concerning the hike in salary was up to each indi individual
vidual individual department, and they were looking Into the
matter.'In the past. Armed Services have quickly fol followed
lowed followed suit when the Canal Co. announced across-the-board
. One soldier involved in an auto accident which re resulted
sulted resulted in death to a pedestrian was absolved of blame,
while the case bending against another has not yet
been brought before a court. A charge of Involuntary,
manslaughter against Cpl. Robert Epstein was dis dismissed
missed dismissed in the Second Superior Court of Panama. No
Still, said Dr. Summerskill "This Is my small con contribution
tribution contribution to world peace.", ;
Hitler wns given as an example of an aggressor.
Hitler said Dr. Summerskill "told women like me
to get back to the kitchen." That, said MuggeridRe,
"might have been a very good place for you, doctor."
A quarter-million persons watched the favorite win
the world's most famous horse race Wednesday.
A French-bred horse-named "Lavandin" won the
English Derby In a photo-finish. The only American American-owned
owned American-owned horse a 40-to-l shot named "Montaval"
finished second by a neck. ."Roister" finished two
lengths further back in third place.
The huge crowd, which included members of the
British royal family, stood through a cold rain to
watch one of the most thrilling finishes In years.
Lavandin took the lead about 400 yards from the
wire and just held off the final rash of Montaval,
hi had bmi itonsidered onlv a sorlnter.
Lavandin ran the mile and one-half around the
historic Epsom Downs course In two minutes, 3d and
two-fifths seconds... well off the Derby record. The
victory was worth almost $49,000 for Lavandln's own-
er, Pierre Wertheimer of Paris. Montaval also a
. French-bred colt is owned by Ralph Strassburger
of Norrlstown, Pennsylvania, who has lived m France
for many years.
Middlewe-ieht contender Bobby Boyd Wednesday
scored a 10th .round TKO against Milo Savage, the
last man to beat him.
Boyd won eight in a row after Savage beat him In
April of 1955. . .''T',
Soviet Russia's two travpllincr .nlimaH enniiM.i...... v,o. v... k.....v.t ... v- n x n.n
Bulganln and Party Chief Khrushchev ale hitting gainst the second soldier. SP-3 James J. Nicelev who
the road again next year. The countries of Sweden, was driving a car which crashed Into a bus, killing
Denmark and Norway have announced that the two his buddy, Pfc. James I. Vance. ?
ftoviet lalPr. wllf visit. tViom nnt cn.(v rx u.
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- Savage started'oufc ahead. His brutal body punches
1 and rights to the head hurt Boyd in the early rounds.
Then Boyd slowly began piling un points with left
labs to the head. In the ninth, Boyd battered Savage,
flooring him once; In the 10th. Bovd again sent Sav Savage
age Savage to the cxnvas with a flurry of nunches. But. be before
fore before he could tear In again, the referee stopped the
Apparently, Savage hurt his left side when he fell
through the ropes In the fourth round. An Illinois
Boxing Commission doctor says Savage suffered a
bruised floating rib. ..
A leading prospect for the Olvmnln swimming team
John Glover-collansed and died Wednesday while
working out in the Yale pool. He was 22.
Doctors say Glover died of an anoarent heart at attack
tack attack and definitely didn't drown. He was graduated
from Darmouth last year and did graduate work there
during the nast year. Glover was National AAU in-'
door champion in the 100-vard free-style last year. He
lived In Larchmont, New York. ;
that the Panama Canal Company tenants are "captive
tenants." The ruling came in a judgment rendered in
the case of Mrs. Marian Wagner in which she sued for
- .-. rm tn,,t uie case 01 iwr.i. manau wnncr 111 wuwu sue hucu ir
The Fifth Court of Appeals in New Orleans unheld rtamam resultine from a fall down a .defective and
a recent dec" fjd f1JdJ,1 QftZ Crowe ua'1nted landing In Balboa. t i H 'l tl
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