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uLet the people knot the trzlh mid the country is safe Abraham Lincoln,
FAN AM A, R. r SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1956
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r Preparations have been completed to welcome,-the
new Governor of the Canal Zone and, his family to the
Isthmus next Wednesday. ; v ; ; :
Governor and Mrs, W. E.' Potter, accompanied by
their daughters, Misses Susan Ruth and Jo Ann Potter,
arrive in Cristobal Wednesday, afternoon irom new
York aboard the Panama liner Cristobal
The vessel js scheduled to dock at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon with the Governor-and his family disembarking
immediately after the ship arrives. ; ; ," ; -t
They will be met at the ship ship-side
side ship-side Wednesday by an official
party headed by acting Gov. and
Mrs. H. W. Schull. Jr.; US. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Panama and Mrs.
Julian Fiske Harrington; and
members of the governor's staff
and their wives. -' r
Tha caramanias at Mia iar will
consist af a honor futti forma
br a datachmant a Canal Zona Pa'
lica Irom tha Atlantic side ana mw
sic will ba fumiihad by tha Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City High Siool Band.
Th. ontir. nffip.lal Dartv will
board the special Panama Rail
road motor car ai a:o p m-
their return to Balboa Heights.
They will arrive at 3:45 p.m. at
the Balboa Heights railroad sta station
tion station where Potter and his fami family
ly family will be greeted by an honor
guard of Canal ozne roiice jrum
th Pacific side, t
Accompanied by fccting Gov
and Mrs. Schull. the new gov gov-rnnp
rnnp gov-rnnp will h eiven a notice mo
tor escort from the railroad sta-
' tion to the governor s resiaence.
''' Th -tneral eublie Is walcoma
ba .at tha wnstonai ir
V Baiboa Haighti railroad Italian
Von their arrival :
Potter spent four busy days on
the Isthmus at the end of last
month, coming here to attend
meetings of a ouagei commnwx
of the board of directors of the
Panama Canal Company. He ar arrived
rived arrived the day after taking oath
of office which was administer administered
ed administered in War-V'i"n!'1i bv fnrretary
of the Ar r r-.
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I h of fottar'f time durlnf hit
: f t f weeks an tha Isthmus will
' t- Sf iit in acquainting himself
' v li t detailed operations of tha
' ilh Chp!in.
;:s US Taxman
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; i.r ANGELES. June 16 (UP)
Charlie. Chaplin, self-exiled
fror who has vowed never to
i' ft. urn to this country, owes the
V i States government $1,-
1 ) in back Income taxes ana
j y t a spokesman for the In In-1
1 In-1 l Revenue Service dlsclos-
1 t uaV. ' "' v -".
: official of the regional
is office said an officer
! i t f sent from Los Angeles to
I ane, Switzerland, this iaii
4 e a deposition from Chap-
. e official said the govern govern-1
1 govern-1 ? contends Chaplin owes the
j y lor the year 1953.
'i e deposition will bepresent bepresent-f
f bepresent-f 1 1 1 the VS. Tax Court where
i lin has filed a petition to
mine the merits 01 the gov-
.'nt's claim. The gewern gewern-'
' gewern-' charged the actor made $1
in in 1953 from sale of
.s, $1 million in dividends
1 Celebrated Films Inc., and
!:; o in the sale of Chaplin
us, Inc. '(':" '
t Tlin, a British subject, left
. ( untry in 1952 but the gov-
i ont regardV him as having
! a a resident alien of the U U-1
1 U-1 c d States until he turned in
l is re-entry permit to the U. 8.
consul at Geneva In April, 1953
The attorney general .ruled
j'lortly after Chaplin, sailed for
1 inope that he could not return
unless- he faced a hearing on
charges of "moral turpitude"
tri communist leanings.
The actor is living at Lausan Lausan-t
t Lausan-t nh his wife, the 'former
t na O Nelli and their five chil chil-(
( chil-( f n.
1:3 Of .Jptlizcns9.
T'p United States Citizens As As-s
s As-s ii .uion will meet today at 3; p.m.
at the Diablo Clubhouse.
I'.-.e meeting will be-t decide
i n tiie renewal of the contract
4 their Washington representative,
I.aVern Dilweg, and to heir the
I test news on the progress! of
t ie treaty legislation in Congress.
Winter Collins said thai m'em m'em-hefi
hefi m'em-hefi holding 1956 or 1M7 cards are
t'itible to vote at the meeting and i
I ; 1 ail members to be present.
Panama Canal Cmii"r which
ha h) preiidant, and tha Canal Zona
Potter comes to "his new post
from Omaha. Nebraska, his
home and headquarters as divi division
sion division engineer of the Missouri
River Division. U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers, for the past four
A native of Oshkosh, Wiscon Wisconsin,
sin, Wisconsin, Potter was graduated from
West Point Military Academy in
1928. He has had a variety of
responsible assignments with tne
Corps of Engineers, among
which was three years spent on
the Nicaraguan canal studies
and surveys soon, after' being
As a result of his service in
Nicaragua, Potter speaks Span Spanish
ish Spanish with facility and be an
nounced to friends on his re recent
cent recent trip that he expects to pol polish
ish polish his diction In the language
considerably upon his return.
33,5C3 Red Aray
Trc:?$ To 7ii!;ira7
Frcm f asl Gcrray
BERLIN, June 16 (UP)4-Sovlet
authorities have confirmed they
will invite Western observers to
watch the' withdrawal of 33,500
Red Army troops from East Ger
many.' T-.f.-vf ... :
A Soviet embassy spokesman
i F -"t Eerlin sai.i the Invita-
1 .1 or au.auon reprt. .u;ves.
li.e Soviet embassy spokesman
said final plans for the visit had
not been completed and he de
clined to pinpoint .the Red Ar
my Installations that were being
He said transportation would
be arraneed by the embassy and
there would be po difficulty for
westerners to gam entry to tne
itussian zone. v
Movement between East and
West Berlin Is relatively simple
1 Dut westerners must have spe
ciai permission to enter the SO'
viet zone of Germany which sur-
rounas ine city. '-
Western sources generally have
esumatea soviet troop strength
in the Soviet zone of Germany
at aoout 350.000.
-In addition, East Germany Is
arming-the first divisions of its
new "people's armv" which nr
sumably will take over the bar-
racits vacated by the homebound
HOW TO LOSE CROWDS
Mrs, Joan Burcombe hag come
up with a sure-fire way of
finding enough swimming space
at a crowded beach. When aha
goes for a dip at England's
famed Brighton beach, she
wears her pet python, Phil,
as a scarl, ...
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AFTER MEETING WITH IKE West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer (right) answers"
qqestions from newsmen about his 10-mlnute visit with President Eisenhower at Walter
Reed Hospital In Washington. At left Is Secret ary of State John Foster-Dulles, patients watch
the proceedings (top left) from a hospital balcony, v i ; 1t ,;
Asks U.S; Reduce
Do!b$ Oa WtichsJ
BERN, Switzerland, June 16
(UP)' : The Swiss government
asked the United States today to
reduce duties on imported Swiss
watches to the level existing De-
fore the U. S. "watch tariff in
crease of two years ago.
1 The government announced it
has instructed 'its minister in
Washington, Henri de Torrente, to
submit the request to theU, S.
The S'"'ss move referred to Tne
,,Jlh S. action of July, 195V whicn
increased me uiui uu on
watches movements by about 50
, Today's announcement noted the
American government is presently
investigating the two-year-old in-i
crease in watch duties "in an at!
tempt to evaluate the effect of
mat measure. : ;
For Top Executives
: rtrrrAGO f UP) Sale work
is the best training ground for to to-div'i
div'i to-div'i tnn executives.' according to
the conclusion in 1 sunrey w
by the Jacar corp. f r
The survey indicated that sales
work, by Its very nature, develops
thnse dualities most needed by top
management self-reliance, ma
ture judgment, aouuy 10 hiuiiv
others, to think on one's feet, and,
above au, w aeai wim peunre.
Tta etuHv shows that about two-
thirds of the executives surveyed
received their experience in such
general fields as sales manage.
meat, aaminisiranon : auu iuuuu iuuuu-tinn
tinn iuuuu-tinn in tontrest with specialized
fields like research, finance, en-
gineenng ana law,
1 Th iveraee too executive sur
v.vri rnmnleted college and prob
ably worked for one company be
fore joining ine company wuwc
h nn is too man. He started
with the company in his early
twenties and is now oeiween au
and so vears old. He's been with
tne company auuui.
Bookie Is Jailed
Five-Pound Notes :
LONDON. June 18 (UP)-Book
maker Ruben Silver. 40. went to
jail for five years today for coun coun-terfeitirfg
terfeitirfg coun-terfeitirfg money to pay off bets.
He pleaded guilty to charges
that be hand-made five.pound notes
($14), like the ones printed by the
Bank of England. ?
Police said he learned now 10
mv, th ciirrpnev bv telling a
photographic agency he was a min-
ing enguieer wim uuputeuu
problem. i ,i;r'.
IntoOne Big Day
June IS (UP) Domlngos Faia.
83, compressed 'the events. of a
lifetime into one day. He was
baDtized so he could be married
in the church. The wedding fol followed
lowed followed the bantismal ceremony.
Two hours later. Faia died. 1
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Dr. White's Advice
To Eisenhower: :
'Get A Bicycle'
CHICAGO. June IS (UP)
Dr., paul Dudley white said to
day ne a iiae to see rresmeui,
Eisenhower riding a bicycle; j
White, the President's heart
specialist, was here to address a
closing session of the American
Medical Association's annual
"The president plays enough
golf, he fishes and he has other
activities that elve him proper
exercise," White said. "But I still
may get him on a bicycle."
White is tonducting a cam
paign to popularize bicycling and
"eefc Americans on their feet"
because he doesn't believe they
get enougn. exercise.
He praised Chicago and May
or Richard Daley for promoting
a drive to build ucycie pains n
the public narks. .White is an
ardent cyclist himself but plays
no gou. ; Hi.
Asked why. he said
T don't have time for it. I say
it'rnot strenuous enough for a
gooa neaitny man unless he
plays a lot of it"
"You can walk, ride a nlke
work in the garden, even put up
and take down storm windows.
Anything that uses the muscles
is good for you. -"Exercise
is as normal as eat
Ing or sleeping. it should be
continued throughout the life.
spun.. ,,..,....,. .,
"Furthermore, the slight fa
tigue that comes with proper
exercise neipg you sleep.
"I never took a sleeping tablet
THIS IS THE ARMY? The
Army's summer uniforms nave
, undergone drastic change. Spe Specialist
cialist Specialist 3rd class Clair H. Trib Trib-ble
ble Trib-ble of Wenatchee, Wash, mod models
els models knee-slrowing shorts and
short-slee'e shirt WAC Sgt
Carolyn Matthews beams her
approval of the new uniform,
which will be issued on a pri priority
ority priority h-'r 11 1
Airlines May Slash
CANNES. June 1ft ( ITPV Ah
lines will offer out-rate two ween
excursions across the Atlantic next
October and slash transatlantic
fares by 20 per cent beginning next
Apm, unouiciai reports said to-
Officials of the International Air
meeting here said there would be!
an announcement on fares Monday
or i uesaay- But-they refused 4.
confirm or deny the reported deci
sion to siasn tares.
A weekly french trade newsoa
per. La Vie de Transport, publish-,
ed what were believed to be the
terms of the compromise agree
ment hammered out here by world
airunes 4;;v f.-r-y
The trade naner said that beein.
ning in April 1957, third-class flights
will be offered at 20 per cent un under
der under present tourist, rates. This
would cut the round trip New York'
London (are from $522 to $425.
Pan American World Airways
had proposed a -cut to $391.50, to,
Degin this uctober.
.The .French newspaper said the
reported decision to start the cut-
rate excursion service this autumn
was made as a concession to Amer
loho Foster Dulles Dulles-Seas
Seas Dulles-Seas Son Ordained
As Jesuil Priesl
NEW YORK. June 16 XTP
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, a Presbyterian, saw his
youngest son, Avery R., 38, or ordained
dained ordained a Jesuit priest today.
Francis Cardinal Spellman,- Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic Archbishop of New
York,-conducted the ordination of
Dulles and 35 other seminarians
at a Fordbam University chapel.
The ceremonies were also at
tended by the new priest's mother
and his aunt, Mrs. Allan' Dulles,
wife of the head of the Central
Intelligence Agency. ; 1
rather mines, a convert to Ro
man Catholicism, has an. older
brother and sister. 1
The Secretary of State and Mrs.
Dulles were scheduled to attend
services tomorrow at i the Brick
Presbyterian Church, of which
Dulles is a life elder, and then
return- to Washington. 4 f
SACRAMENTO. Calif. (UP)
California's state canitol build
ing, perhaps the largest in the
United States, weighs only about
hair as much as any oiner ouiia
ine its size. "'
Even though 535,000 cubic feet
of concrete- went into-'an annex
to the original capitol, the rock
used was volcanic material so
porous that it floats on water.
The base of the six-story, two-
block long building, is s "waffle
grid especially made to sit on
the sandy soil that once was part
of the Sacramento River bed.
The origianal California capitol
is 89 vears old. The new annex
was built in 1951. This latter
structure has 980 offices and 15,-1
000 square feet of window paaeaJ
' While Panama Citv health
thorities are trying to order a
supply of Salk anfl-Dolin vaecin
for their residents from the States,
ouicms on me .one are tightening
up on their small sunnlv. it was
learned today. V
mere are four casft nf aniin
three from the Atlantic side, now
in Gorgas. Hospital, and six in
One death, that of a twn
old boy, Renaldo Wilson", of Colon
was recorded so far ths week.
The polio : season usually ; starts
in Augusts or September on the
Isthmus, and is considered to have
begun early this year.
The latest case admitted to Gor-
gas was a two-yesr-old boy of
ranama uty. He was the first
from the Pacific side. All of the
stricken children are under six
years of age. None of the cases
had been given Salk vaccine shots.
In Panama City, a health board
met recently to plan- moves to
combat the rising incidence of po-
uo. According 10 one ot tne doc
tors from Panama, the Panama
wnapter 01 tne Ked cross was
planning to arrange for the Pur
chase of an iron lung from the
States. He added that there was
"no reason for alarm." and there
is no epidemic in the city.
Panama has no Salk vaccine
available. The Canal Zone has only
a umiiea supply.
Esfss Kcfcuver OXs
Strong Civil Rights
Ill' H D!"tT1
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Minneapolis. Juno ir nyPi
ben Estes Keiauver agreed here
yesterday o a proposal calling
for a strong civil righU plank in
the Democratic JiaUonal Conven
- Here to address the Democratic
delegates pledged to him, Kefa"
ver heard them call for a stand oa
the civil rights issue and "If the
South won't face up to it, then let
them bolt.'! i
The group asked the Tennessee
senator to hack their proposal to
farm tham. Aln usiia aniiBa w ear,
u r. ;? M,""A"J
the Democratic National Conven-
tion. Kefauver agreed to do
I can" about the racial, question,
Kefauver, en route to Superior,
Wis., where he was to speak today,
told the delegates that with the
support of the farm, belt, he could
win the Democratic National Con-
win me uemocrauc; national uin-i f t
venUon nomination. He said that5 UnKHOWn SOldierS
poll showed the farmers in Iowa
and its five contingent states favor-'
ed him over President Eisenhower,
51 per cent to 49 per cent. He said
aaiai Mevenson rated less than
the president with the farmers, 49
per cent for Eisenhower, 37 per
cent for Stevenson.
"Without the farm belt, the Re
publicans cannot possibly win the
presidential election," Kefauver
The senator squelched any ru
mors that he is considering "mak-
ing a deal with other candidates.".
tie iota tne aeiegaies ne never.
gets' in a fight to quit."
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TRAIN WRECK IN FRANCE KILLS 10 Rescue workers
search among the twisted wreckage of the Paris-Luxembourg
express train which jumped the tracks and crashed into a
bridge at Fismes, France. Ten persons were reported killed
and at least 44 others were hospitalized, most of them serious-
With Ambassador s
M was officially stated yesterday afternoon that thu
government of Panama has not yet indicated whether the
meeting of American chiefs 6f state in Panama scheduled
for June 25-26 would be postponed, 1 i
-rl Friday Panamanian ambassador J. J. Vallarino an
nounced in Washington that the meeting would be post
poned as a result of Mr. Eisenhower's illness. , .', 1'
H'The government spokesman yesterday made no ef effort
fort effort to reconcile the apparent differences between his an announcement
nouncement announcement and Vallarino's.
Vallarino announced the Presidents' meeting would
not be held after the council
merican States (OAS) here postponed to an undertemmed
date the special sessions it
The special sessions would have commemorated tfuj
130th anniversary of the Congress of Panama, called lit
1826 by the Great Libertator,
DesDit"th apparently con
flicting statements, there Is lit little
tle little doubt in well-informed cir circles
cles circles here that the presidential
meeting will be postponed.
President Ricardo Arlaa has
sounded out the Presidents who
accepted his invitation to the
June 25-26 meet as to whether
they would object -to a postpane-
rv,l..u thm mnnnu nn!d not1
De learned from the. Panama.lnto- the Republican national
s-nriy nffire the OAS -was convention,- and th subseouent
,tniri Tn washincrton that 10 otlPolitical campaigning, it wou'd
in h(ar nt tatj exnected
here had replied pro mpUy
OKing a postponement. ..J
, Countries wnicn lavorea posi- ; -r
fss we?eKKHo!her 01 Gabors
Nicaragua,- Paraguay, uiuwu
d0 G'uatemala, and Venezuela.,
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States, Haiti, Argentina, acua-
' It remains lor ine nosi,
Arlaa to set new
' FresMent Art"' t0 ,et ncw
Proposal To HaVe
; witsntMRTnw' irmk W"rmVU
mittA ha annrnvori a hill tn hurv'of several other cars lart-tiirtt
an Unknown Soldier of World War, in making an exit onto anoUi;r
II and an Unknown Soldier of the road to get to her home. ;
Korean War in Arlington National! State police officer Albert K K-Cemetery
Cemetery K-Cemetery near the Unknown Sol- loffsky said he was one of a
dier of World War I.
The "measure" calls for ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies to be held on Memorial Day,
1958.' '-v --vii ;, ,,.,.
Construction of two m ore
crypts, alteration of the present
tomb of the Unknown Soldier and!
me ceremonies are, esumaiea w
of the Organization of A
had scheduled to begin Junt
date, presumably with full re regard
gard regard for reports from Pres!-'
dent E'senhower's doctors, and
in consultation with other
chiefs of state, t
Unofficial circles are men.
tionlng July 24, Bolivar's blrth
day, as a likely date. Present
Indications y ar that President
Elsenhower may have Jd" i'.w.
pitted his convalescence t t: rt
Further delay would take him
! not be an easy time for him tn
lve the United states even for
short trip to Panama.
For Reckless Driving
. WESTPORT, Conn., June IS
(UP) Mrs. Jolie Gabor.-mothef
of the Gabor sisters, had sutiv
mons today to appear in .town
court July 2 on a charge 'of reck,
less- 'drivina. v
Mrs. Gabor, driving along u a
parkway with one of her daughters,
drivers who had to slam on
brakes to avoid a pileup. Ha gi
her a summons.
Mrs. Gabor, he said, was driving
in the left lane within the .speed
limits when she suddenly- ea me
upon her exit. She swung sharply
to the rizht. cutting off traffic bi
To Discuss Affairs ;
With United States
WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPT-1
French Foreign Minister Christian
Pineau arrived here today for a
series of top-level conferences on
U. S.-French problems. 1 x.
He war welcomed at the airport
by Deputy Under Secretary of
State Robert Murphy. Murphy said
he is confident the talks will fur
ther advance the mutual: under
standing, cooperation and -iricndl
relations already existing 4e such
a high degree between France tnd,
the United States." ;
Among other things, the discus-
sions with Pineau are designed td
realign U. S.-French policies to -wards
Russia. i .i.
Its 100,000 Tons b
LONDON, June 16 (UPV "An
old adaee came a crooner today.
The Board of Trade announced;
mat in me iasi a montns, iuu.
000 tons of coal were carried ta
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T publicity. I had read ronceraing the propose
a 6 meetin& ot American orcsidents here made
good deal of the efforts the CJganizers were expendir
to recapture the days of 1826 when the Great Liberate
Simon Bolivar called the Congress of Panama, and th
Pan-American spirit was bom. . ..
. For instance, quite some thousands of dollars ha
been beinar srent on r?tnrlntr the. uttio
Agustin s school to the same condition as it wa,s-in whe
ouuvar a congress was nem in it.
' It is Impossible that the Presidential conference bi
ganizers would have overlooked peri's Mh in w-v,,
-t. u n iuii. n c
chtion has it, Bolivar rode to the ...inaugural session c
the 1828 meeting. Tradition doea not report quite coi
rectly. Bolivar rode some of th M7fl V fn (ha rah Vint tv,
rest of the way he had to help push it, just as its cui
v-1 o ,otnei P0-01 111 "Yor of Red's cab'ta that, unlik
the Salon Bolivar. It would mst
store it to its 1826 condition. .
BaCK then it Was lust S? nicbrl enrl Vtaot.r. It l
today. Eisenhower wnulrl hnv ivon ki. i
. w ouui vvr tiijuy CAttui
IV me Same ride as did Rnlivar rirrht
of haying to help push it over the last mile and a half.
ILTacV oil A a, j a
- u is losi ny me postponement, though. Con
Slder for examDle the effirlenrv with
-J ..v WAV UXlOlflilt
.y tA;i3 wuiib uowh on ranama uity Duilcungi
liable to be eyed by visiting Presidents. .
K FoUowlng previous elections, it has taken four o
more sodden, windy rainy seasons to peel the molder
ing-propaganda off the city's buildings. This time th
work was achieved in a week or two. ,
'' It is not only the actual cleansing of the walls tha
is so much to be commended, but the example it set or
the other side of the Fourth of July. I suspect there an
some who think Panama has little -to teach the Cana
Zone in the matter of cleanliness. Happily for good rt
lations between the two areas, this doubt is not sharec
in the Adrmnistration Building, Balboa Heights.
. 'As soon as they saw Panama setting the example
of tearing down all those old photos on' the walls, manj
Balboa Heights executives moved right in to follow the
trend in Good Neighbor fashion. . V
i They have been taking down nlrt'rWiiri ntr thoiT
own office walls,, In most cases the picture to come down
maa af Mfumtla i-: J i T m m .
maa ui tcL.ciii.ijr ICkUCU UUV, VOXUl O. oeyDOIO.
' OnCft the Rl vhnlri nlrtura Viarl hun fU!j v
j h"VVM& UUU 1IU. IIUW"
1 i II vc"4a ointc iioiuers were iacea witn the prob-
.cm ui uit, imoieacaea square on tne wan, formerly hid hidden
den hidden by the picture, and now in sharp contrast to the
faded paint all around it
Panama Canal executivM movpri
this eyesore. .They covered it up with pictures of new
Gov. William Potter whirh
1 traordinarUy abundant supply. Foresighted Commissary
- buvinir. that's what Hom it
my Or w v,
Just to show how difficult it is to wt
the spirit of even so gay a pageant as the Presidential
meetinsr here had nromlspd to tv. t.hr
and carping characters round the Admin. Building who
voauiia wia wc .uiaugc oi pnoiograpns i nave detailed,
may well have nothiner to da with cifftnsinr of Pannrm
City's propaganda-laden walls. :
V- These prickly individuals can be recognized by mean mean-meful
meful mean-meful dances they direct towards t.ho riatia .Tnnp m m
their calendar, the date Gov. Potter arrives here with his
They also advance irrelevant data on thi tWrep nt
polish which, at this humid stage of the rainy season,
can be applied to apples.
' I condemn all such comment as eoronletlv immr.'
thy. To support my attitude, consider the situation in
the Armed Forces. There too. 1 am told thu old nintm
are corning down, following Panama's leadership,
Alwavs neat, the Navv led the wav Tn the offirrra
of senior officers down rnme. nlntnrps nf Roar iHm t;i
'ton E. Miles.. Only last week the Army followed suit.
wiui pictures oi wajyuen. juonei Mcuarr. The .it
1Pm.M HH.Aml.kl.1 4 I A J 1
c Due, LuutuLAiuiiuauijr biuw ui staik, ia cApeukcu to e; ;
the same treatment to nictures of Ml Hen Penhn r?
Hood, effective this afternoon. (I believe that's when l
flies out) --1"'T--;.:.:-':.''''v-:i ;-:-.'v ;..''. v
The clean-wall school of thought In the Armd F.wv.
ices admits the spot where these pictures hung doesn't
maicn me rest oi ,ine wan, dui pomt out a clear c.;:; c.;:;-cutty.
cutty. c.;:;-cutty. Unlike in the Potter case, pictures of the incom incoming
ing incoming commanding officers are not yet available in satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory quantities. ;
With this tremendous weight of evidence clear be before
fore before them, who could take any further notice of the 3
who seek to belittle the part played by Panama's exam example
ple example in scrubbing Central Avenue walls, r
Is it to bethought that, in the loftiest-reaches cf
the Panama Canal there should be any facsimile of such
grade-school customs as apple polishing? Never. I refuss
to believe it.
Likewise with the noble and independent-thinklr 3
armed services. Would officers and men try to curry fa favor
vor favor by hoisting photos of the current commanding- of officer.
ficer. officer. It is altogether too juvenile a notion to dream of.
The facts are just as I set them out earlier. The; 3
public spirited Panama CanaF executives and military
omcers, in eacn case, nave noted witn approval the ex example
ample example set by the clean-scrubbed neighboring Panama
City, and have not been too proud to learn from the ex ex-apb.
apb. ex-apb. It is just this flexibility of mind we so much nccl
today at the head of the vast Panama Canal entcrpri.:-,
and In our Armed Services.
Apple polishing, indeed. What rot
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week draws on
some of the top political wisdom of the American con continent.
tinent. continent. When asked by President Arias whether they
would accede to a postponement of the Presidential con-
ference presently scheduled-' June 25-26 (or In other
words, whether they wanted to come here without Ike)
10 presidents took less than 48 hours to OK a delay.
, then is an Indication of the speed at which winning,
decisions, such as taking down pictures, can be made in
Latin America. And it's winning decisions we most ncccl,
TEE SITXDAT AMHUCAJi
iii pi re: Site Of First CZ Army Post
When soldiers are sent to the Empire rifle range
nowadays they're, back home in a military sense. They
are back at the apporximate site of the first U. S.1 Army
post in the Canal Zone. : ,..-..;;''
Empire actually started but as the largest construc construction
tion construction town on the Isthmus' Pacific; side back t in the early
building days; when Ancon and Balboa were built. Empire
passed into the hands, of the Army. It was not totally
abandoned until 1926, although construction of Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton (completed after World War I) reduced dependency
upon the decaying construction era installation. k'
tamps on the Atlantic
The first Army occupants of
Camp Otis were members of the,
llth Infantry Regiment who ar arrived
rived arrived In Panama in 1911. They
shared Camn Otis with a bat
talion of Marines and took over
the security uard mission from
the Marines. There were Marines
on' the Isthmus as far back as
1903 when 150 were landed here
purine the insurrectionary pe-
tiod preceding declaration or
he Independence of Panama.
Their mission was to saiefruara
fche property of United States
bitl2ens. . : ;
m isns th tmitea States ana
Panama slpned the .treaty that
Initiated construction of the ca canal
nal canal and the Marines. .Increased
to battalion size, were retained.!
Detachments of 100 to 200 were
ktationed near the terminal ci
Snake Charnter, cldsn Leg' To Be
Featured On Circclo 4 June Show
"The Man i studded Circulo Cuatro
which will be eraceed by
,Two production numbers
will be presented by the
St eelvor hers Union Rejects
Industry's Wage Pro
The tacticians selected sites
on the -east bank of the Canal at
Fort Clayton and Fort Davis -s
Infantry posts. Both were devel developed
oped developed along the traditional lines
of that period and. the result at
Fort Clayton was tne Dig quaa
rangular structure ana its satel satellites
lites satellites that stand idle and window window-less
less window-less today awaltine Una! dis.
posal Instruction,- FdrtXtoy ton.
was modernized curing wona
War II, but construction com completed
pleted completed in 192Z at Fort Davis was
expanded. The field forces needs
on the Atlantic side were met
by building Fort Gulick. V,! '-v.
Fort "Amador,' toor dates 'from i
. . ..if.nltnl t
World war wnen v pracmwijr
all of the construction surround-
A snake charmer and
With the Golden Le.M produc
tion number, are. two of several
"new faces scheduled ..lor p(M
sent at ion on the annual "June
Show" and dance of Colon's. Circu
lo Cuatro Club at Uie Tropical Club
AfnnHav flight S'T
. With Egbert King
vtrrhActrA tn arrftmnanv the artists vra .Ramntnn inH Alhprta
iiu J v w wwub. Mivi "w auu va uauvcta uiuuiu a vuci-i ... ... .
schduled to get .underway at 8 cha-cha dance team, and the Ronco'ecl, tne Dig tnree 01 me
NEW YORK, June 16 (UP) The
United Steelworkers union yester yesterday
day yesterday rejected a contract proposal
which the steel industry said would
have provided a package increase
of 65 cents and hour over the next
. i' J President David J. McDo'd fer" would obscure the
Ebonv of the steelworkers union, which figure, which he insisted would be
Snm nf lh fringe benefits un
der the companies' proposal wouldS,
noi oecome euecuve uum
years, and this portion of the plan
drew special fire from McDonald,
who said no"industry propaganda
as to the 'package value' of the of-
p.m., followed by music for aanc
Jng until S a.m... ,;
The popular Atlantic side chan chan-teuse
teuse chan-teuse Miss Enid Lowe is also
scheduled to appear on the show
along with a (roup, of singers.
; "The Man With the Golden Leg"
be presented by Larry and Terry
tarrington and a cast of dancers
as the finale number of the star-'
t i ii-. . i rpnrpcpnr hhii ihhj wu. s me iiumt-uidLC lkajsl ui uic iv
raraueii. iu Mumuun, uie snow -r- . 7u. u t
wi be h eh ehti hv Hniid mi and me "'"ease ui ia rj uuuic
Mingo in a comedv act: Verna. an'during the first year would a-i m nt i
and bis new,.xotic dancer; singer .Johnny Ri, ?f titiouk.kt U .v.lable 0.
.CMmnAM i. I IK w..W KHKl Lilt" 111 1 1: 1 111 OUC U, V.V J. 7 T. 1
lwv. . r-. i , DnK,.v.i;A htiv ffrworiee h caul. I
sieci, sua ftcjjuuui. -j o l -----
indus- me union cmei sum uie ami-
. rr i
gnd i womers also were oueieu an huiv
five-cents and hour in each of the
four remaining years of the con contract's
tract's contract's duration.
McDonald told reporters his
hopes for as early settlement pos possibly
sibly possibly by this weekend has been
"considerably dimmed" by tae
contract offer, which was present presented
ed presented to the wrion on Wdnesday. The
rejection left the negotiators only
15 days to work but an agreement
before the contract expires on June
30. ... ..
The union presened its contract
demands to the companies in Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh two weeks ago. Negotiations
began there on May 28 and later
were moved here. I
McDonald pointed out that he
companies had offered he umon
a form of guaranteed wage ana
other fringe benefits but bad rc-
PALS GET TOGETHER IN 5
TWO-DAY 4A1L TEiUi'
CDILLAC, Mich. (UP)
Carl J. Marshall, 17, asked JustiJ)
Fred Roussin to send him to jaA
too. after his buddy received 2
two-day sentence 5
Roussin granted Marsnaii re
quest and the. youth joined h $
buddy James Mullen Jr., 17, wh
had been sentenced for allowing
Marshall to drive his ear whea
Marshall idd not have a driver
jected the union1! demand for pre
for weekend work.
"The plain fact is that virtuani
all the, fringes offered are airea
dy, and more generously, lncorp
rated in labor contracts througho
American industry," he saio.
Crashes In Jungle
erences to- Fort Grant. The is-i
tt Emnire. Following arrival
the infantry, the Marine mission
teased to be local. The battalion
i-emalned here in readiness ior
action In central and y South
American countries w
In those days tne ujs. ? sem
the Marines ashore to protec.
Americans quite frequently.. v
was such i mission, as a matter
at fact that took the battalion
but of Panama for-all time In
A914. That was the year tne
United States sent an expedi expeditionary
tionary expeditionary force Into Mexico" to cap capture
ture capture pancho Villa. The Panama
Marine battalion figured 'In a
landing at Vera Cruz associated
fcritlvthe pursuit of Villa.- v
" Whether or not' the soldiers ;
liked Empire as a place to live
does .not appear In the record.
But the soldiers of 1911 were
rough and tough. Thev wore a
khaki uniform, topped with a
Stetson-type bat. and their
lower legs were encased n can can-vas
vas can-vas leggings. The buck private
was paid just about 12 dollars
a month and ration was worth
about 25 cents a day.
Tt is nrohabU'that the tl2 a
Imonth held out pretty well Jor
-men stationed at Empire. To get
,to town they crossed the cnan
nel of what Is now the Canal on
.. o . - .
Railroad trams at a.iwntstie
stjnn Vn mntn ti temm t.hpv rode
Ithrovip-h Cornzal where a hnnd
IU1 Oi tuyiucci, uiuiidiice, vyuai-
termaster and'' Signal 'Corps
troops were engaged In building
up the corozai General Depot.'
They, also .ma. ., inneruea a
Manama Canal construction
camp for personnel housing ana
depot facilities. The men at Co-
pzal were considered lucky
however, to be so close to town.
IA commanding officer of that
day referred to Corozai as being
"within easy' walking distance
or Panama city.' .- v ;
The Corozai. soldiers, for their
part, envied the headquarters
personnel ;whose center of oper operations
ations operations were "downtown" what Is
now the District Court building
of the Canal Zone, situated on
Fourth of July j Avenue. The
court building was originally a
Panama' Canal administration
building, vacated when the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights- structure was com completed.
pleted. completed. The Army moved out In
1917 wnen Quarry Height was
ready for occupancy.
Althoueh the mobile force oc
cupied the role Of younger broth
er, inheriting: cast on construc
tion camps from the Panama
Canal, a lot of money was pour
ed into permanent construction
at Forts Grant, Sherman, and
Randolph where terminal arma armament
ment armament was Installed. The first
Coast Artillery .companies came
her In 1912 and took un sta
tions with their guns, occupying
the type or structure stilt stand standing
ing standing on the second fortified is island
land island at Camp Grant and visible
from the Amador bathing beach.
. The llth Infantry was joined
In 1914 by the 5th Infantry and
following year the 29th Infantry
arrived. Two former construction
towns on the Atlantic side' were
then turned over to the mobile
forces and the 33rd Infantry
was organized by drawing per personnel
sonnel personnel from the older regiments.
Associated-in the defense. by
then,: were a battalion of field
artillery ; and : a cavalry squad squadron.
ron. squadron. '....- J B.'C"t '."''
It was a time of. preparation
for war. Tne strengtn oi me
1 rommand exceeded the capacity
Af available housine and the sta
tus of the command was raised'
from United States troops in tn
Canal Zone, a subordinate com command
mand command of the eastern depart department,
ment, department, Governor's Island, to a
full fledsred department i
until then the big job oh the
Isthmus was getting the Pana Panama
ma Panama canal into operation. Every Everything
thing Everything revolved around the. Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal and Panama Canal
pf firials were expected to assign
military sites, provide" housing
accommodations and to shoul shoulder
der shoulder the major share of logistics
By 1917 the Canal was a go going
ing going concern and the needs of
the armed forces began to be
1 sepaarted. It . became clear
that Empire was Inadequate as
a troop station both becaase
the buildings were temporary
and becaase of the faulty tac tactical
tical tactical location on the west bank
of the canal., The same disad disadvantages
vantages disadvantages appl'ed to mobile
SINGAPORE, June 16 (UP)
A Royal Air Force .transport with
nine men aboard crashed in the
jungle along Malaya's west coast
Thee plane was on a mission to
hev'ond nhe suPPlies to troops' campaign-
Deyona wic ,-: rnmmiinist h.U in
were early deagnatea f -eles ; . ;
Grant and m later years, -Th" "Uot of helicopter hover-
whenltwasdesueawnoiior wic at tn.top beight over;,.the4
name oi me rresiucut ui r- burned-put wreckage' tonight rep rep-ma
ma rep-ma by designating a post witn orted no g,, of survjvor!, Heayy
his name, the .installation -mat rains stopped ground rescue par par-is
is par-is now Fort Amador was sa aes- v
ienated. When named, however. Z
TS erected whenthe.C whenthe.C-ttcavated
ttcavated whenthe.C-ttcavated frZ the canal prkmhal was nnde. e?n
was dumped to reclaim the .land ; 'V&MrSS
AJilL threeyears ago. and more re-
&TmfiMM and cently that pwt of the former
vffi ?lhermlS bth "of which iPost of Comal.. wag, transferre'd
Fori anerman, Dotn oi w"ll-"iwb. nonamo rooj nriaHio.
back to Panama Canal jurisdic
tion and conversion into the at attractive
tractive attractive civilian town opposite
atomicTWeapons the raUroad station pn Galllard
renuer ine uiu -
were' Atlantic terminal coast r
tillery reservations, world. War
II -advances in aviation, guiaea
coast defense guns obsolete and
both of these posts were macu-vated.-"
1 'v ',-'"'.i!'''"'v
, Aviation reared Its head In
World War I when practically
every post had its own sod
landing field. By 1922 a vf at on
came of age on the isthmus
and : money- was appropriated
for construction of a combined
land and amphibious airjbase'
at France Field.:
Albrook Field was laid out In
1930, but Fort Kobbe like. Fort
Gullckf js wholly a.woria war ii
project,, It. is, true, that, the- Ar Army
my Army installed 16-lnch gun "battel
ies' in 'the Fort Kobbe reserva
tion- area before World "War1 TI
and "provided av row t :pf fleers
quarters up on the ridge over overlooking
looking overlooking the post, but everything
down on tne post, proper, ana
includine the hospital and of
ficers'; quarters on the rolling
ground, came out of World War
n approprlatons. s
At the close of the second, war
the Army was entirely- out of
construction towns and housed
I in permanent posts, v But that
lsnt strictly true. There Is the
post of Corozai to be considered.
It, too,' was a Canal construction
town and like the other posts It
benefited in the Second War to
the extent to construction of the
modern barracks buildings and
most of the permanent ware warehouse
house warehouse structures. a V
, However, right though World
War II-commissioned and non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned offlcerg lived In
cottages and fouf'family frame
Hendlev ensemble in a tans and try. was too uiue, too jae,
ballroom number. - i10?'011.. S J '-. ,.
General admission prices to the', ine nans oimuusiry oith
show and dance will be 85 cents. )bofed and brougnt lortn louse.
ne saia aner a meeimg oi uie iw
men steel workers policy commit committee
tee committee which considered the Big
Three offer. .
Infustry spokesmen said the of-!
for included puplemental employ employment
ment employment benefits, the guaranteedi
wage, to cover 52 weeks of the
year They also said the immedi
ate' boost in the next year would
amount to seventeen ana two-,
thirds cents an hour. I
The negotiations continued after
the steel workers rejected the com companies
panies companies offer and negotiators for
the steel firms then offered to in include
clude include an escalator clause to pro
tect workers against increases in
tne cost oi living.
Industry spokesmen said tht
union's dtmands would have
boosted employment costs by 25
per cent. -
"Increases of mat. magnuuae
would unquestionably touch otf an-i
other ruinous round of inflation,
Uie companies statement said.
- Under the industry proposal, for
a guaranteed wage each company
would pay five cents for each employe-hour
of work into a trust
fund. In the event of layoff em employes
ployes employes with a minimum service of
three years would receive per
cent of their take-home pay after i
taxes,, less whatever they received
in state unemployment compensa compensation
tion compensation benefits. Payments from the
trust fund would be limited to a
maximum of $25 weekly while state1
benefits were being collected and
$47.50 after the state payments ex- j
malic increase averaging about
BOttLE BUNNY i: Puff, an
orphaned, rabbit, takes a
. healthy slug of milk from fps-,i.
itt mother Vickie Berglund, 11,
of Minneapolis, Minn. The
' furry little creature whose i-
mother was killed, has learned ;
to stand Op and Uke his supper,.
Ji'T i l,,
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color in 10 or 15 days
when applied daily.
To be applied? with
hands. Will not stain
skin or clothing. Pre-,
vents ; da ldruf f and
premature falling of
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Job hantingr is a profession at this time of yea. This younf lady
is laving her plans as carefully as she formerly did her school
work. A dress rehearsal (left) of her costume and accessories is
held for her mother. Mother cheeks to see that there are no
ripped hems. A clean complexion (top center) .is assured with
soap and a soft complexion Drush. The half lemon erases dis-'
colorations on elbows, fingers and knuckles. Breakfast (bottom
center) displaces the butterflies in the stomach on the blr day,
and prevents arrival of 11 A.M. slump in the middle of an Inter-i
view. She got the job (right) with help of planning ahead.'
BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
This is the open hunting season
for 1obs. Gals hist out of high
: school and college will bring out
tn neavy aniiiery w capium a
no Aim in the comine weeks.
rti There's nothing quite like talent
or gnui w kci a 6i jvu.
But many highly skilled worn
en have lost out on good jobs
because of other matters. One
CT.cgat lost t job when she set her
-coffee cup down on ina noor.
" Another woman failed at the last
minute when a rummage in her
pocketbook to find a pencil ex exposed
posed exposed a good deal of senseless senseless-debris.
debris. senseless-debris. .
A job hunting young woman
should take all precautions to be
sure no grooming liability will
lose her job for which she's qua qualified,
lified, qualified, A dress rehearsal of the com complete
plete complete outfit should be held for
someone, probably one's mother.
A coordinated, conservative out outfit
fit outfit should be checked in all de detailssound
tailssound detailssound hems, clean gloves,
clean collar back, organized bock- of Troy. A thorough shampoo is
etbook. becoming hat.
Anything that doesn't measure
qp yellow gloves for instance instance-should
should instance-should be washed or repaired..
There are very few Job for
which being a raving beaty 1b an
absolute requirment. But there
are conversely mighty few, jobs
for which dirty skin or stringy- hair
is a recommendation. A good
workout with a complexion brush
and lots of soapsuds can give a
glow of cleanliness and health, e e-ven
ven e-ven if it won't make one a Helen
Half a lemon will remove dii-
colorations around fingernails,
knuckles and elbowi. Fay atten
tion to the first finger's joint, Jf
you re a smoicer.
A decent breakfast will keen the
knees from buckling. It will also
remace the resident butterflies
Don't neglect a workout after
breakfast, with the tootnorusn.
And once these matters are tend
ed to. a fal's recommendaions.
her skills talent and personality
get a cnance to some
IY ALICIA HART
NIA Beauty Editor
It's a rare baby who eares wheth
er her haid is curly or not. Seme
care tremendously becaue of the
little girl next door, but most
won't worry untu they hit school
The methers who put their lit little
tle little daughters through the daily
wringer by going to the effort to
-produce sausage-like corkscrew
Curls are doing it far their own
satisfaction, not because their
babies are mad for the curls.
ttiif thr nnifomifclv a satis
faction to a mother to see her ba
by with appropriately sort curis.
It may even nut aoung reia reia-tivci
tivci reia-tivci ignore the faet thatt he baby
occasionally has disposition like
Obtaining those curls through
long, tedious process Involving
bebbie pins ami lacquer Is self self-defeating.
defeating. self-defeating. The child will grew
v learning all g rooming proce procedures
dures procedures end probably get a crew
cut ef the first available mo moment,
A nnuliirf invuntftlt seme TSSfS
ago by a father off his own
itraffht-haired daughter may solve
the problem for mothers and
daughters alike. It's a oany nair
treatment '.that's diluted with wa
ter and rubbed into the hair with
n linward circular motion. Ring
lets or fluff are curled around the
finger. The quite-short fun many
KahiM have can be made into an
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In the wardrobe of pretty Patricia Anne Cowden, the 1956 Maid
of Cotton, are these fashions from three top French, designers.
Suit (left) is by Carven in a checked cotton tweed. Suit jacket is
; detailed with bandings of white; skirt is pleated for easy walking.
j Bose print (center) by Jacques Heim is oar polished cotton satin.
Strapless bodice has high Empire line accented with plain WU
ished fabric. Enormously full skirt is precisely pleated. There's m
tiny jacket for cover-up. French designer Germaine Lecomte uses
American cotton brocade In formal woven pattern for. short
evening gown (right), Decolletage la outlined by a scarf..
Wfien.You Admit Mistake
--Tell Your Child Why
: BY MRS. MURIAL LAWRENCE
It's 5:30 p.m. The back door
slams and he comes into the
kitchen, disheveled by play and
wind, smelling of fresh air.
BY GAILE DUG AS
.NEA Women's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) This
year's Maid of Cotton, Patricia
Ann Cowden, in her tour of the
United States, Canada and Europe,
is demonstrating that cotton is for
all seasons mid it's for every occa
She travels with a 42 piece
wardrobe that includes French
designs (in American totton),
cotton travel clothes and cotton
lingerie. Her cotton fashions are
packed into cotton lug-gage.
For all climates and every time
of day, cotton is constarred with
supper and I know Mrs. Brownell
doesn't want you there while
they're havine it I shmilH think
vou'rf nnt haui. tn ho tniH thatiMiss Cowden. Th wardrobe
walking In on her at suppertime'clucles daytime and evening
is pracucaiiy hskuik uer 10 inviie, v "" -"s.
just a minute, shouts your
son. Shocked, not believing your
ears, you look up from your
meat loaf. But the words "How
dare you talk like that to Mother?"
- At, yie sink, he fills a glass with
water gulps a mouthful and grabs
for'tflur dishtowel. Before he can
wipe lis mouth with it you snatch
It frdtn him. You say nothing.
Neither does he. You rehand the die on your lips for your son is
dishtowel on Its rack and he walks'glaring at you with genuine, 4in 4in-over
over 4in-over to the roller of paper towels remorseful, outraged ezaspera ezaspera-on
on ezaspera-on the cupboard door. Jtion.
"I'm going over to Brownie's "Brownie's mother asked me to
" fcbus to watcb the "Rocktet Trails" j supper! "he yells at you. "But
sehowl Ma" he says. "It comes you didn't listen! I wasn't going
- fn better on his TV than on our( to just hang around while they ate.
piece of junk. Gee, but that . ." She said to come on over and
i "You are not," you interrupt per-' see TV with Brownie tonight be be-'mptdrlly.
'mptdrlly. be-'mptdrlly. "You are not goin cause they were having chocolate
1 tdBbwnies house to see a TV 1 pie and...'1-
,rt.i''show; or anything else at supper- You've pulled yourself together. I
nine, now many umes 10 J'Ol YOU sav. "All risht. -That's rtlf.
suits, coats' raincoats and sports
wear, Fabrics range from sheer
cotton chiffon to rough textured
cotton tweeds. f 1
: The lavishness of cotton is dis-
child right and yourself wrong
Yet, closing the oven door on
the meat loaf, you're less happy
about tnis man you snouid be.
So if you're wise, you tell your
child why you have acknowledged
yourself wrong. As he comes clat
tering downstairs in his clean
shirt, you call him.
You say, "Look, you're going 0-
ver to Brownie s for supper, not
because you scared me by yelling
at me, but because you were right
I am not afraid of any yelling. I
.' Hve' to be told that it's rude O ferent. But if you've been invited am afraid of being unjust to you
v .visit people at mealtimes? .1 out to supper you'd better change is that clear?"
.'wouldn't want Brownie here that shirt." t is clear. And usually relievini
TV while we're having' Vou hav acknowledged your. to
is clear. And usually relieving
played In a white cotton satin
ail gown with bell-shaped skirt
over crinolines. Ribbons in three
colors decant hnth hnriip : mnA
skirt And opalescent embroidery,
stones and beads are used on dec
The wardroha inrliidA mnv
printed "cottons, of course, but the
very newest 01 tnese is a very
sheer corduroy, in avocado green
wim Diurrea uower oesign.
mere s ar cotmion gown m
white embroidered organdy, an
evening gown in black embroi embroidered
dered embroidered organdy and a sheath in
brushed white cotton lace. For
travel wear, Miss Cowden has a
beltless sheath dress and a caf caftan
tan caftan coat in beige cotton tweed.
She also had a checked cotton
knit In slim silhouette and sever
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Xot all twenty -pound beauties "object to havingltraight hair as much as this one did (left), bet
any case it can be remedied. The soft curls (right) appropriate to a baby, are developed by tu
ki.r i. k.k hoi- nrnatina with a unwardi motion and then curling the hair around t
Bnger. This product was worked eut years age for the inventor's own daughter.
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ersatz halo by using a baby, hair-used as a big routine that stopsby Is relaxed and tractable
brush to brush outwards... all play. It should be used ait erf eels like standing still for a
This treatment should not bethe regular shampoo when the ba-minutes. -
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- By KAY 81TJCEWOO0. MSA Staff Write
; rattening kp the yig(7 t0T,1th,JeftI
If so, there's good ehineo you'U oncouJiter the ;
"nrner temperature control, an innovation widely .cclaimed by
the Industry "U grestost improvements to cooking
convenience! in years. fi0 ln.
More win JU iunui;iui u
dudaTlt on one or morg of their models. nce I ranted I on the
wTi '. 'In.- .... .....tinn. frnm hnmemakera Indicate a
eSd for mori 'SSSSiSZA it mean, in ,terms of
11. i i,4. ara rTptneera and home
economists of the Robertahaw-Fulton company, one of tns lea-
lner developers or wmperaiure conuui uuuubibi. -.
m J itr) u t rv dramatic ln anoearance. It resem-
. "II : IT fv. f a disc in the
center.ThU disc Is the sensing element which must atay in con
tact with, me oowom or we pan urin
the pan and contents varies from the preselected temperature on
nrnl Mm 1 h. alamant ntcorda this and automatically in
due IVUWW -
creases or decreases the fuel supply as required.
Thu Mn nn tfit nut niiestldar how da vou know what tem
perature to select for cooking vegetables or frying eggs or percol percolating
ating percolating coffee? Answer: dial control is calibrated according to de degrees
grees degrees of heat. With ranges having the control, you will get a
standard time and temperature chart listing the settings for a
wide selection of foods. It's also considered likely that new cook cook-nnnlta
nnnlta cook-nnnlta will include tlmevtemnerature charts for range ton cookery.
The danger of burning, scorching, or overcooking is almost
eliminated when food is cooked at its indicated temperature. This,
in turn, cuts down on pot scrubbing as well as pot watching.'
1 In one recent test. I was told, bacon cooked at 300 degrees
high enough' to render the fat but not high enough to smoke or
burn remained on the fire lor longer than 18 hours without
harm to flavor or appearance. Coffee con be percolated at 250
degrees, then kept piping hot or reheated without loss of flavor at
175 degrees. ........,-;, '-:"-', ';
Many foods, ordinarily prepared in the oven may e maae
en the range top, thanks to the new control. Baked potatoes,
custard, packaged eake mixed and so oa can bo "backed" in
ordinary range top ntensils.
This convenience may be particularly appreciated. during
hot summer months.
Because of the strict temperature control and the more eco
nomical use of fuel, I would also expect lower fuel bills, less
fumes and greasy, sooty deposits in the kitchen.
But to reap (he benefits will require some thought and atten attention
tion attention on your part. You must keep the sensing element clean. Wipe
up-spllls with a damp cloth or scour gently with fin steel wool
. xou must use iiai-DOiiomea Dana to maintain nroner contart-
warped, old pans wont do. Although pans of different materials
may no usea successiuiiy, oest results in tests nave been obtained
. 01 ? r!,nfe' Tw rajig burner'
its equipped Iwith an automatic top element temperatare oontreL
i!f.? ? VP TOH ? center be' between
Umiiiiiii iker'e hands.
with aluminum' vessels of medium weight (elght-to-10-gauge) w
tightly fitted covers. 4.
However, according to the home economists, most pan ma
rials give good results when cooking foods in water, which
creases the speed of heat transfer through a sluggish conducl
You must also study and follow the temperature timetable
ratlAna Vn.i font, tviw MMf. MantmM. h.ii
you switch on the burner with no regard for the heat and pre;
Y ALICIA HART
Nf A Beauty Editor
Everyone knows a woman
who breaks all the rules ef beau
ty and grooming and still cemea
out es the feature attraction at
any party. ...........
Per most of vs, Ifs a dlscew
eging experience to encounter
such a women, One thlakst I
have my hair dene and watch
my figure and dresa m becom becoming
ing becoming styles end here comes Mrs.
exception, who does none of
these things, and she puts me in
ijJuU, for "Lady Luck ... I
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The most reasonable thing one
can car i that .,.k ...
born that way and it's reassuring
ui uj. us inai we oon 1 nave
w meet ner often.
The SDokesinait' tnr XIr
uuu aau u wno want 10 no like
her in' an inHivMnlici
named Elizabeth H a w e s. Miss
nawes regularly cuases misery
aoa racxea Drains in the cosmet cosmetics
ics cosmetics World, in tha faehlnn ..M
world and in the lingerie world.
niosi oc us, sne s a remarkable
Combination nf annA n Atwl
porterousness. "Don't care for
tkiAail aa a .. I
uicinr me ssks. raxe mem off
whether they be shoes, hats or
vraasieres. :;;.. v J ..f-
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Like all advopatAil nf in n.
treme OOlition. thia mnn ia fair
ea in moderate doses bv meat nth.
er.woraen. While most women eet:
a dom oui or raariinff or ntnin
to the BxtroniM aithor nf hnt.
couture of well-washed blue jeans,
I aL A MA .
uior una n select wnat s ot vav
luo to there from their position
and bypass the rest
Sometimea. arhAii tfrt
tion wows the party with her soft
blue jeans, cashmere sweater, dia diamond
mond diamond earrings and barefeet, : a
woman is sorry she is a moderate.
But mnat nf tha tima tha wicHnm
lAf makina Imiaa la aaticfvinir t
her and tn her anrfipnea. 1 1
BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beeuty Editor
Last minute preparations to help
a gal be pretty for some important
occasion ought not to be last-min
ute. She ought to have been lay
ing a foundation of lots os sleep,
maKing her nair cutting appoint
ment and picking out her. clothes
tor some weeks aneacu
But nonetheless, there always
remain a few last minute matters
to take care of.
The one that seems the most
tragic is the pimple on the face.
This discouragingly conspicuous
blemish often occurs at such a
time because of too much rich
food at parties, tension or general
upset in the digestive system.
Don't pick at it Even if it's r ne
for squeezing, the resulting small
scan is as unpleasant There are
a variety of flesh-toned healing
creams available and these do a
nice job of concealing a pimple.
u one or these creams is worn
a couple of days in advance, it
may even cause the pimple to heal
itself.-'-: ,: .'
The second problem is "the new
coiffure that won't lie down pro
perly. An application of a lano lanolin
lin lanolin cream for hair will make k
lie down and show up glistening
under the bright lights. Be sure to
keep the hair away from clothes
when it's worn, however. I
A broken flnrernatt 1 a
last-minute tragedy. This colt
finds long, blood red fingera
rather unattractive for a yo
girl, so our solution to this p
lem is to file them all down I
decent length and use colorles:
p2ale pink polish. A ...
If you write and ask Infon
tion from a stranger, it is cc
teous to enclose a self -ad dn
ed. stamped envelop fqr tbe
When asking any kind of
vor, however small, it Is thoug
fnl to make It aa easy as po.
ble for the other person to ct
ply with your request.
SUNDAY. jrNE 1", 1356
THE SUNDAY AMERICA.-
Isthmiin Mdicl AM)eition sis," by Lt. Coradr. Samuel P. Sca
Will Ho!d Mating And Bufftf lia (MC) USX.
Supper A buifet dinner preceded by. re-;
The 594lh meeting of ifce Medi- freshraents will be served by our,
cal Association of the isthmian Ca-ca.erer. Mr. Wallace, at 7 p.m. The;
nal Zone will be he'd in Ward 17,' regular meetmj and Scientific Pro-;
Gorgas Hospital, on Tuesday, at gram wij follow.
7 p ra. Members planning to leave th:
The following Scientific Program Isthmus on a permanent basis in;
'$atklone-AJiclel : Wjamaqe Solemnized
will be presented: the near future are requested to.
"Changing Trends in Mass Chest complete an appropriate form;.
Surveys with notes on Histoplasmo-t : Contined on Paga 7 r
fourteenth birthday. "" -.
RECEPTION WILL HONOR NEW GOVERNOR
Or THE CANAL ZONE
! Acting Governor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. H. W. Schul
have issued invitations for a reception which will be tendered
the new Governor General of the Canal Zone, William E;
" Potter and Mrs. Potter at the Tivoli Hotel on Thursday from
7,:l? to 9:00 pjn. , .
a. i a. . f .. lift J-ll
. Itcomaa Bride Of":
Lt. William A. Rathbono
Of local interest is the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Marjorie Claire Wi Wi-dell,
dell, Wi-dell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
A. Widell, Curundu Heights, C. Z.
" and Lt. William A. Rathbone, Ar Army,
my, Army, son of Mrs. Florence D. Rath Rath-bone
bone Rath-bone of Jacksonville, Florida at
the South Jacksonville Presbyter
nn Church at S o'clock June 4,.
- The Rev. Terrell Kirk, assistant
The caudlelighted altar was
i iinirA4 u,;th fnni- hacitptii of wnue
', gladioli' and ferns. Paul Inge was
vocal soloist and Mrs. W, L Don-
''ning was organise v
Mrs. Georce C. Hopkins; Jr
-'''West FaVn r..3ch. nrn, was her
sister's i n ''.;-s
' Shir'cv Eessent o Jacksouu..tf and
ilis? jonie Williams of Gainesville
s as bridesmaids. They wore cock-
tail length sheath gowns of white
' lace over pink taffeta and carried
' pink fans with cascades of pink
totriia t vnn Hnnkins. the
, hndr'a niece, carried a basket m.
rose petals with a rose cascade,
. 'James Hitch of Jacksonville, cou cou-r
r cou-r sin of the bridegroom, was best
a... uther wpr Carl A. Wl-
' dell, Jr., Canal Zone, brother of
tt.. i.Hri. nH William Savage of
; N Given in marriage by her father
the bride wore a ballerina length
jiwn of Chantilly lace and nylon
' tulle over satin fashioned with a fit fitted
ted fitted bodice, deep V-shaped neck neck-line
line neck-line and lace collar of reembror.
. (innun nutiined with irides
cent sequins. Lace farmed a knee
i.ncih vnke. which ended m tulle
. twinffant skirt. Her fingertip
lenth veil was attached to a cap of
seed pearls and she carried a
' white lace fan, trimmed with seed
. pearls with a cascade of white or-
nkiri. fuhornsM and lilies of the
vallev attached. She wore a string
, of pearls, the gift, of the, pride
; Mrs. Widell,' mother of the bride,
wore a blue lace gown and Mrs.
vsthVinna mother of the bride
groom, was in beige- lace.. They
wore acpessories to match their
their gowns and corsages of twin
orchids. ; ,"
. -A recention was held at the Jach-
Anvilt Harden Center following
th Mnmrniv with Mrs. Harold L.
Mit Dnrii Smith. Mrs
William Savage, Mrs. James Hitch
and Mrs. Bain Barfield assisting--
The bride is a graduate of Palm
"beach Kigh Schobl and the Univer-
n t i j .1... k a m a a
aiijr ui.ifiuiiua, wiiciw mm
membf of Zeta Tau Alpha sorori sorori-;
; sorori-; tv. Sh has been a member of the
faculty at the Southboro School,
the past year. 1
IA Rathbone was eraduated
' from the University of Florida,!
where he was a member of t h e
Kanoa Abha fraternity. He was
attending the taw school at non-
da University when be was cauea
into service, and is. now in Army
aviation. After a tour of N o r t It
Florida, he and his bride will re reside
side reside at Fort Rucker, Daleville, A-
Chief of USIS Harry
and Mrs. Casler entertained with
huffet dinner : at their home in
Golf Heights recently, in honor ot
Mrs' John Roeen and h e t
rtanVhter Miss Heather Rogers who
are visitintf from Canada as' the
hmic onsts nt the United States
. .... 1
Amnassaaor ana airs, juuan tuw
Mr F.lisa Heurtematte enter
tained With a' dinner party at her
residence in Bella vista on inurs inurs-day
day inurs-day night in honor of Mrs. John A.
Rnaon unH her dauchter M 1 S S
Heather" Roers from Canada who
are the house guests of the unit
.ut "tit Amhasoarinr and 'Mrs
Julian Fiske Batringtofl. About for.
ty guests attended ine anair,
Farewell Dinner Given By By-Point
Point By-Point Four. Director And
Mr. Blnh SHI
.Director of Point Four in Pana
ma, and Mrs. Ralph sin tenaerea
fsrsnrpll riinnpr at tne union
Club on Thursday In honor of Mr.
and Mrs.;; Jack vaugnn ana mr.
and Mrs. George Childress.
Mr Vanshn and' Mrs. Childress
have been appointed to new posts
with Tomt rour ana win reave mc
Isthmus shortly accompanied by
their families, j." ;
tunehein will Honor ttT '
The Misses Potter
Miss Jean Monroe will gave a
small luncheon at the Fern Room
of the Tivoli guest hofise in hon hon-nr
nr hon-nr nf Jn Ann and Susan Ruth Pot
ter, daughters of Governor of the
Canal Zone Gen. wimam roiier,
who will arrive on the Isthmus on
Mrs. David Burke Give
Mrs. David Burke entertained
mith luncheon at her home in
Anenn nn Thursday in honor Of
Mr Norman Wllev. WU6 01 me
Superintendent of Gorgas Hospital
Thnoo uihn. attended were Mrs.
Kenneth Dillman, Mrs. Leo Laver Laver-ino
ino Laver-ino Mr Norman. Tues. Mrs. Wd-
liam Daugherty. Mrs. Morris Win
stead, Mrs. George Darnell, Mrs
WMHnn White. Mrs. tawara neve
Mrs. R. H. Wingo. Mrs. George
Heck. Mrs. Robert Matheney, Mrs
r Nirhn n. Mr. William Brown
Mre William RaielV. AlrS. Van
Birhmond. and Mrs. Charles, Bruce,
wife Df Col. Bruce, Health Direc
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DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA i'
JULIO VOS, S. A. i;
Second Diasonal (Old "A" Street) No,
: Bos No. 297 Tel. t-2971
MISS MARJORIE CLAIRE WIDELL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Widell, of CurundU
Heiehto C Zrwai married to Lt. William A. Rathbone, Army, son of Mrs. Florence D. Rath Rath-bone
bone Rath-bone ot Jacksonville. Florida, at the South Jacksonville Presbyterian Church on June 4th,
Mrs. Ann Lattln Returns
Froa Vacation ' ;
Mr. Ann t.attin nf Balboa, has
returned to the Isthmus. She spent
six weeks of her vacauon in ,na
wait and also visited in i-aiuornia
unit avtonnivclv nn the East Coast
.ih frianrie ih war also able tO
see her son Roy, in San Diego
while he was passing tnrougn on
a Merchant Marine cruise.
'1 .. ... ' j " a
Capt. And Mrs. Frank Monroe, Jr.
Captain and Mrs. Frank Munroe,
Jr. of Balboa Heights, entertained
.oith rfmnor nartv at ine r e r n
Room of the Tivoli Hotel lor me
Senior men of the Marine Bureau
and their wives recently. The par
ty was also in the nature m
welcome for Captain and Mrs. War Warner
ner Warner S. Rodiman who arrived on the
Isthmus recently. Captain Rodi
man is relieving captain munroe
as Marino Director of the Panama
Canal- 1 v
The Munroes.will leave, for the
States early in July.
Miss Irwin Receives '
B. A. Deore '.
Miss Elinor Claire Irwm receiv received
ed received ber Bachelor of Arts degree dur during
ing during Commencement Exercises at
Agnes Scott College recently. Miss
Irwin is the' daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J..Irwing of Fort Amador.
she maiored in English and was
verv active in the boanisn
and campus projects. j
Club will have their children Bruce and1, will arrive on Wednesday
Pamela staying wun mem m mi
v summer vacations. Mr. Bruce Car-
penter Jr. has already arrived on
Mr. and Mrs.' Bruce Carpenter' the Isthmus and his sister Pamela,
TO BEST FIT YOUR
CHILD'S HEEDS SlMtPiil
W.-l. a-LI -a a-.'-. 11 .f 1 A P flllS I
cava wuivh wuwuu nuv.w. aitJifllfM
apirin the preferred standard of aceu- 'rj mjilji j
rate dosage meaiure. Children like ita lUnLnJllMf-M
- L.a 7!"
ott -, flavor. Accept no auMtitute
get St Joajpb Aspirin tor Children,
inn lAaeaav aauiM iaenaiN eon cMuaaa
I rr. ,,v
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tton't worry about that first (tray strand! Let It be a
blessing in disguise" a signal to 7011 to take action
and do something about obtaining lovelier, natural-,
looking new haircolor! 80 relax and let Rous take
. overt For Roux Oil Shampoo Tint treatments conceal
every visible strand of dull or gray hair, give -apark-ling
highlights and lustre, adds subtle, natnral-Iookinr
color that changes your worry to deligptl Make your
, appointment now.
Sold in all Druf Store and used by the best Beauty Parlor.
DISTRIBUTORS IN PANAMA;
JULIO VOS, S. A,
Second Diagonal (Old "A" Street) No. 7-27 Box No. 297 Tel. 2-2971
SUNDAY BRUI1CH DANCE!
- TODAY .
T in the air-conditioned
'11:30 a.m. to 3;$0 p.m.
of breakfast and lunch
for Sunday late risers!;,
Choice of complimentary" na!i
watering Brunch menu. Music by LUCHO AZCARKAUa
a?the orgaTand entertainment for young and old by
ERIC THE GREAT. pef peTton
'hvrrr.iz nonOY clave" the piano 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
K lfaS?- Blr tonight. Tue... Wed. & Thurs. ;
and his orchestra ;f
' plav every, Wed. .,
from every Wed.
from 7 p.m. v
Bella Vista Room
A Klrkcby Hotel
Mr. And Mrs. Jack Warford
To Leave On Vaction
- Mr. and Mr Jack Warfar1 nf
jturundu Heights, accompanied by
meir cnuaen. jacK and Judyj will
leave next week on a States side
vacation. They expect to return to
the Isthmus in-about two" moths."
Arrives ' ( ',
Lt. Col. Jack A.. Galenor has ar arrived
rived arrived on the Isthmus from lh IT.
mted States.- , t -.
- OMEGA Seamaster" Watches
Automatic; WaterprooV, ; 1 ;:'-
: 17 Jewels, Stainles Steel Case . i .:h$59.50
u. s. price . ; . ..; . .oo
YOU SAVE .......i..'.60 orfV.."V.'..3l"3!j-50
6 Pieca place setting J23.73
U. S. PRICE ZJOJS
YOU SAVE 25.3 or.. 6.02
Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Sets
S Piece, standard ize, with 24"
.Sterling Tray a.................. $360.00
U.- S. PRICE ... ,Y. .......... w 819.50
YOU SAVE ;;-;:..'. 1 1 5.' ot.U f . 559.50
Lots of parking space jnJront f our store
Lots of parking space in front tf oiir store
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5 Distributors: CIA.' CYRNOS. S. A.
PANAMA t COLON
FACTORY BUILT 25 60 CYCLE
New MOTOROLA Tlf
,j AND FINEST J lu jJ 1
j -te iivi iwi NGTy i ;
JUST ONE OF. TIIE MANY LMPROVE.MENTS JN
the fiiie new MOTOROLA W
Inversiones Generales, $. A.
Avenida Jose Francisco da la Ossa, 38
Apartado 3122 Tels.' 3-3190 & 3-3191
Panama, Rep. de Panama.
Push a button to turn On both-picture
and Bound exactly a they were last
time act was used! Exclusive Pushbutton
Turn-On and all control m RijtU-l'p-Front
for tuning in the most,, natural
position. No stooping or atretohinj or
fumblinjr. No knobs on side or top. Eye Eye-Conditioned.'toe
Conditioned.'toe Eye-Conditioned.'toe a brighter, clwiir pic
ture for comfortable long-hours fiewint;.
Many sizes, styles and colors at sur surprisingly
prisingly surprisingly low prices.
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YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD At 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY ;
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vein Agencias Internal dt Publicaciono FARMACIA LOMBARD' FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS ; i' F0TO- DOMY FARMACIA -SAS"
J -UK He. Lottery Mate : ; UM'Vllml Ml Cental Ave. v o ; : ; Mi.imM It aa4 It at -v J TU Fortaa ill
i whnns casazaldo morrison farmacia lux, i farmacia van-der-dus : novedades athis
S ''; '1 .Central a vMiiMrintm j-- CtaM Amu ; ; W'lereet -fill Iti, ';
PRfiF FSS ICjNAL
CANAL SONS rOLTCUNIC v
DR. C I. FABREGA, 0.0.1.
OR. R. AVILA JtL. M.D.
TWolJ Utk M July) Ave, fte. X1AZ4
(opposite Abcm School t3tnmad)
,. TeL t-MU rename
- Phono Panama f-OSSt
TRANSFORTES 1AXTER. SA.
Pockets Shipper Mevera
, Learn Riding a
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding JotaplM classes dH
, T' 1
f nniHM low allure'
f 1 BOimREDUCINO
V Ninons Mrlvi Mln
lor awl aa naal .
, (Dr. Seholll)
It Jnta Arweaena Pa, -nii
SWEDISH A MEDICA1 MASSAGE
Electrte Cabinet Batht Violet Ray
Treatment lot Blood Circulation.
Nerve Relaxation Medical Gymnas Gymnastic!
tic! Gymnastic! and ISxerciset Posture Correc Correction
tion Correction Special- Foot Treaunents A,
Theain. rhysiothotapW.' H" FJ
ranamalUealth Center 10 a-nu
7 pm.-Ttl. Pwamt) f-lW-. i . ;
P.e T'....J f 'oil
ul lh China :
- HOWJKONG "(UP) "Com "Com-Campaign
Campaign "Com-Campaign illiteracy will disappear
jnunut China, is trying to wipe out
most at thr illiteracy jp the courts
trv in sevetf wears. ,t:4 ?'
Some 220,000,000 people more
tli en rm -third of Chma'l DODUla-
tion in the countryside and the
cities will be .taught to read and
write .during the next five to
seven years, the Peiping maga maga-sine,
sine, maga-sine, People's China, said in a
It said each of them will then the only time a new member, of of-fe
fe of-fe able to read and write at ten the swror hrofter of a pilot,
least 1,500 Chinese characters and!", aamitted to this pedigreed
do ealtulaUons on the abacus. iclster of fresh-water captains..
J ti.. rtartiMi in mwnrn-l They jockey ships ranging in
:LTm rh.n ,rhihrfhin:
etl tor of the Kwangming. Daily m
Peiping, said in the. magazine
fi's,4t.. .wi,, ,. firt two
f" .'"" 1r. ..-..lmiU mute frnm thn head of tha
S omeaeTvice; -!
"In industries, mine and enter
tfrises, persons now illiterate are
& JL.Jomo 2,000 characters
an6ae(urre' a practical knowl knowl-edgttf
edgttf knowl-edgttf "Hfithmetic in three Jo
five yeari'," he wrote. "It wUl
tun K nnasihle for them to read
the genecaLrun of books and per
iodicals ana io wriie lewem
'Ha .oiiu, laid this Tiasls,1 they
m,m h nMo to continu their edu
cation: id ttrge" number of regu-i
ants school. Abroad ru ru-ibl"
ibl" ru-ibl" foundation will be laid for
thevs bsequent further raising of
the people's knowledge of general
ano scientinc suDjecia,
that J key idea lr "to!
. f ii. i. w h Mnl. i
ThnJ, who can read and write
?0&l?Z,JnH h. wrote.!
"In the countryside, more school school-work
work school-work in the slack season, less m
the moderately busy season, none
in the very busy season.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
. . iK Qnetatteas by ...
ARIAS, MATUSS1 A ASSOCIATES
ti-, ... tld Atk
Cements Panama....... T
Cerveeerta RaeieBal. .... H
Chlricana.de Lecbe .... U
Coca Cola ,.
' fret. wfu Com, .....
rinsne,'a HmeBe ;
, PrtJT Kb Com.'
rinanu S. A.
Pref. ltn vom.
ruerxa f tfUfAi. ttlll
Fueraa ye Corn. .... M v
little tnteramerlcanof. 184
C en era) da Sejutoa II
ranamefta do A eel tot ...
Panamefia de Florae ... -panamtiia
Panametla de Tabaea '.. It
Teatro BeMavhta '..
1 l (Commercial Notice
- n L'
FOR SALE:! t ut, 21-piec
Martha WukingtM pattprn;.
TtiKtim blinds 4 African io io-tth.
tth. io-tth. 0932 Amiaor U. Phona
FOR SALE: Latvia. Iithmua: Iithmua:-rmdani
rmdani Iithmua:-rmdani living room let, foam
rubber, light maketany, plaitic
ceverea'; aha bmps. ena tables, j!
Quarterniatter tablet, chain,
chettt ef rfrawert. Call 2-2869-:
r house Number 572J-B, Dia- 4
bio.--' -. r:--',.
FOR SALE -Refrigerator 9x10 .?
ft., porcelain, 25-cyclt, price:
St 00; New Heme 25-cycle tlec-
' trie tawing Machine, portable.
price: $40. At hone from 12
noon to 6 p.m. Houie 714-B,
Balboa, Tavtrnilla Street.
FOR SALE: 60-cycl Strvel re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, II cubic ft., SO-lb.
freezing unit, 9 monthi old, ari ari-'
' ari-' ginal owner; mahogany beet,
. ipringi and mattrOM $40; 4 4-piece
piece 4-piece blonde mahogany living
room tuita $45. Mutt tell. Call
. Balioa 2-2401.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, fan
; (both 25 eyctet); bedroom suite.
0845 Gavilan Road. Telephone
Pilots On Mississippi River
Form Tight Little Hierarchy
NEW 'ORLEANS (UP) -"Steady!"
Cap. H.' & toga has -1 a k e n
oceangoing vessels up and down
the stretch of the Mississippi
river between New Orleans and
the- mouth of the mighty water waterway
way waterway for more than 20 veers,
"Give mt 110," he told the sea seaman'
man' seaman' hugging the wheel ; in the
darkness. J 1
I ivr;t i castially at 'a com-
tr v Mild v l,..the family
car the Holland Tunnel,
the river pilot aimed about 14,000
tons of steel and tarso of the SS
Del Valle. toward1 the opposite
bank of the river, hidden in- mist
tapiam Log Dreea is an ex exclusive
clusive exclusive one.. He is a member of
the Crescent City River Pilots As
sociation, a linle hierarchy tight
er than any snob country club in
About 35 pilots make up the as
sociation which is a father-son
sort of group that started with 26
charter members in -1908. The
death of one of the pilots is about
size from aircraft carriers to
nt y v the atomic submarine
Nautilus up .and down; 125-
Passes to the ?ort of New
The formation date of 1908
came many hazardous years aft
er independent pilots used to
gather at the mouth of the passes
and scramble in small rowboats
far out into the gulf in a reckless
race to claim the fee and board
incoming cargo vessels first. -..
Nobody knows bow much mon money
ey money a pilot makes year, but
guesses run- from 112.000 to $32.-
000. The association keeps its fi
nances a complete secret. i-
The voyage down the misty
a chilly, moonless
out some of the
hazards of the trade. Sliding along
in dense foe at full steed .of
about 10 ; knots Captain, Loga
squatted o a tad stool at a wu
dow in the chill of the pilothouse,
DRIVE IN Theatre
PRE-RELEASE -TUESDAY 19
S cAL toSECTiYATES
1 ... mm
, with -Sterling
HAYDEN and Maria AUERGHETTI
; ERNEST "MARTY" B0RGNINE
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Automobiles ; alcoholics anonymous
: s BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
FOR SALE. 1950 Hillmaa 4- IPX 1211. CRISTOBAL CX
rT1;; J-' '? "GREY. GLORY." the anly
CaH 3-5650 Panama after fire. man(nr mtit teiutinir h, ;
! white ar grey hair. .Guaranteed
FOR SALE.- 1 952 Packard do- not to discolor. .. equally ufe for
- luxe 4-doer, radio, extras $500.. blendes. Gonad's Cocoli Club-
CalhAlbrook 72-77. fcaute Beauty Shop. Navy 3812-
FOR SALE: 1951 black Ply. FOR SALE
mouth Savoy Station Wagoa, ... n
good condition. Caa be financed, V MlSCellanCOIlS I
$600. Phone Coca Sole 305 i
- FOR SALE: Two G.E. deluxe I
FOR SALE: Lik. new. ,956 JJJ'gl. 111?
Ford Fairian. 4-do.r. 6-cylinder; laaF-T'
ah 1956 Ford Station Wagon,- 3 1 f
i S-passenger; 1952 Oldimobilo FOR SALE-Fedders air-ceadi-
; "98" hardtop coupe Holiday. tionert, V4-hp latest modtU.
; Perfect condition. Agencies Cos- ; Phone 2-0948.
met, Phone 2-4721.
. FOR SALE: Parrot and cage
cab caic ft i.r .l 2- ClH Boa 2-3619 except I
t FOR SALE: Clean 1953 Chev- 1-2-30 am
relet Tudor "210" series, tu- J w' ' '
,.,tene, wtw. radio, heater, new- CCCOMC
. seat covert, reasonable price.:. UEjjVvlNj
Balboa 1829. ; 1
' BALLROOM DANCING CLASSES
! FOR SALE:- '49 Cadillac, goad f"" J J m-. J" JrMCA"
condition, duty paid. Mutt ted. & ,7T" 1 .,ttna y'.
Leaving Isthmus.' Real bargain. 25-3700 even.ngs.
0845 Gavilan Road. Telephone
2-3283 Balboa. H.i.l-L!i I- ?
"I know where I am. but you
can't always tell what the other
fellow's doing," he said, as a low-
lying steel barge to slipped by
in tne mg oound upstream close
on the port side. The radar hadn't
even picked it up, but the pilot
saw" lL 'Nobodv else aboard
"Right, easv." be barked to the
helmsman, a fresh-faced seaman
wno looked liKe a feUow who
might V panic- in heavy sidewalk
traffic on a cloudless day. .-
The. entire journey,) about 10
hours, was a battle of wits and
"The best thing to do in a fog,'
captain Loga observed calmly "is
to tie these things up and sit it
The trip was a river pilot's "in
stinct" against the unpredictable
movements of other blinded river
traffic,.: against eddies, sunken
wrecks, hidden bars, flats and
other little death-dealing vagaries
or an ever-cnanging mignty river.
All the pilots know every cy
press stump over six inches high
on the banks, every minute bend
in the channel of a crooked river
and the location of a sharecrop
per's shack that isn't there now
but was seven years ago. Captain
Loga has the route memorized in
two-foot sections and was a mine
of river lore, fact and fiction.
At the end of his run is Pilot-
town. The association footed the
k;n r. k:.
uiey waiv tor me ue loaouna
ship and the return trip.
the only way in is by water. But
it has all the comforts of home.j
A clubroom. a 21-room hotel, rec recreation
reation recreation facilities and coffee brew
ing on the stove in the big kitchen
the first place incoming .pilots
head greeted us. vV
How do they get off the ship
It's a shocker.
One; simply swings down the
rusty side of a tall ocean liner
under full steam on a ncKety
rope ladder and steps backward
into space onto the roof of a small
launch racing alongside in the
darkness below. 1 v
Boarding is the same harrow-
lng progression -in reverse, the
r in i v ii "r
Kirlawallre mr hnerrlnielk-e mnit,"v vi iciiauuuiuue i
Give Sympathy To
Bad Check Arlisls
oAIM FRANCISCO TTP1 i
police psychiatrist says the best
way to get a confession from a
passer of bad checks is to appear
tjV .! n M
Dr. Douelas Kellev. TTniuritv
of California nrofessor -of orimin.
plogy and consultant to local po-
-c i(iukuu, aiu i investiga investigators
tors investigators should talk to a suspect much
the same way a father would
question his five-year-old. about a
shortage Jn the cookie jar.
"Don't accuse him," ,'Kellyi
said.- "Hell lust ttell you he didn't,
a. it. Assume be is guilty but
aon r. let it snow.. Then listen to!
nis troubles. Get down on the
floor and cry with him.
"It's all right to feel sorry for
the guy. Remember, later on
you'll convict him."
Kelley, who examined Nazi war
trials, said an investigator,
snouim siop witn just one con-
lession irom a forger, or 'naper-
uaugu, u OB U. BUOWO U Ue
trade. '..j.,'- ....".... -..-.;-.--
"When you get about five good
ones jelled, play some more on
his ego and you'll probably get a
dozen." he said.-
The psychiatrist said this kind
of sympathetic understand understanding
ing understanding works far better than a lie-
detector which "often yields evi
dence ot non-guilt and so It a
dangerous technique.; ,, ;
Kelley explained this by point pointing
ing pointing out that a check-passer is a
psychopath, and his crime doesn't
make him feel bad. Thus, his
Diuoa uressure aoesnt bo ud
mooa pressure aoesnt
r v. --------
, nope ior renaounating a ruooer
cucis, i iisi. rsycaiairic treat treatment
ment treatment doesn't do much good, he
"The only solution is to get a
judge to lock him up as long as
possible," Kelley said. "They are
nice a diseased person who should
be confined until cured. Since
I've already said te cant be
cured, I guess you have a rough
iaea oi wnat i mm.
same thoughts of a crushing
death between the steel hulls of
two racing boats. If you have
trouble reaching -for a strap in a
rocking streetcar, forget the idea
oi going out tor a pilot s jod.
Bight now the river traffic ,is atl
an all-time high. The pilots hardly
nave time for a game oi pool at
their turnaround hideaway at Pi Pi-lottown,
lottown, Pi-lottown, since they are moving 12
. -i.! i j ; i
iv xs uupa cacu wa; aaujr. -t
Labor Leader Says;
Every Man Should
Have Five Suite
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UP) -Every
man ought to have a hand
ful of suits -in his clothes closet
That's the aim of Jacob Potof Potof-sky,
sky, Potof-sky, president of the Amalgamat
ed Clothing Workers of America.
who believes the American people
"still are under-dressed.".
: "Since the advent of the automo automobile
bile automobile and annrta rlntrtM rim hav
a tendency to just reach for a rious attacks of the disease, the
sport shirt and slacks and climV department said. Benzathine pen pen-in
in pen-in the car rather than dress mo- icilin G tends to give the patient
formally," said the labor leai4 a month long protection against
during a visit here.
"We need to be better dressed,"
said Potofsky. "Every man ought
to have at least five suits in his
CHICAGO (UP) A person
who hag been arguing should wait
a few minutes before driving his
car;-- the Chicago Motor Club
warns. The club said persons who
take out their wrath on their auto-,
mobile are endangering them-
ATTENTION G. LI Jaat bait
modem twaJtbed ep-iitmenta, I,
2 bedreemt, bet, cold watea,
Pheaa PaaaaM 1-4941.,
FOR RENT t 2-bedreera apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th Street No. 16, San
Francrace, Yia Perrat. Phone 3-
FOR RENTf-nUnfunirthed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 badreema, maid's room,
2 baths, sitting dining room,
kitchen, perch, garage $110.00,
.at exclusive "El Cangreje", G
Street No, 2. See De. Castro,
Phone 2-i6l6. Ave. I 9-42.
FOR RENTt Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
2 baths, sitting dining teem,
birchen, porch, garage $100.00
at Bella Vista, N. Obarrie Street
No. 23, neat "El Baturre." See
Da Cattro. Phone 2-1 61 6. Ave.
FOR RENT: Apartments $40
and $25. Jose Aguttin Arange
Street 50 10-A. Inauire tame
address. Apt. 12 Of 7tb Street
Ne. 3, Pareue Lefevre.
FOR RENTs Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, perch, parlor-dining -ream,
bedroom, kitchen. All screened.
$55. Apply 112 Via Belriarie
Perraa, naer SAS Store.
FOR RENT. Furnished or tin tin-furnished
furnished tin-furnished ene-bedreom modem
apartment; garage. 168 Via Bel Bel-iiarro
iiarro Bel-iiarro Perrat.
Greal Homed Owl
Is A ftee
- j.ne arreai nrtrnon nwi
of the largest nd most powerful
birds of prey.' is ithe. ri. V nwi
conceded by game men to- do
more harm than good; j
Unlike Other owls the, rTlt meln.
siay or great horned wl is
ttaiue oiras ana animals, accord
ing to west virginia i game chief,
vuaries nanaiey, m
The only thins? that Vn thU
bird out of the "kill on sight"
uaaa is ut xact mat it does kill
crows, Tata and weasels.
The great horned owl will kill
his own kin or any owl he chances
upon, out in turn De is attacked
by crows, hawks and nearly ev
ery tanner or sportsman carry carry-mt
mt carry-mt a stun.
4If every hunter ernnw-nnti cmrl
from another,". Handley skid,. "the
ruling oi tne great norn would
undoubtedly be beneficial to both
game and poultry. But since most)
owls are actually beneficial .birtfsr
which eat mostly mice, rats and
insects, people would be served
mxll. nu 4
better if no owls were shot ex
cept those actually found in the
act of damaging poultry.
ine great Horned owl is a nignt-
ways from twilight to dawn. It is
capable of killing a turkey, at
least under game-farm conditions,
Freshly stocked wild turkey poults
and wing-dipped breeding hens
are most often preyed upon, but
no record of it killing a tull-grown
wua tunny is mown.
Free Penicillen v
Given To Check
LANSING. Uich. fUPl
Rheumatic fever, a heart erinnler.
among children, is beinc foueht
witn a program to prevent recur-
rences of the disease among those
The program, directed by the
Michigan Department of Health
and the : Crippled Children Com
mission, gives doctors free auo-
cations of benzathine penicillin G
to administer to persons who have
had rheumatic fever.
"Any child, under 21 years of,
age, witn a history of rheumatic
fever or who shows evidence of
a rheumatic heart disease, may
receive tne penciuin," tne depart department
ment department said.
Rheumatic fever usually strikes
children between the ares ef five
and IS, following a nose and throat
infection caused by germs of the
Recurrences of "strep" infec infections
tions infections can be prevented among!
rneumatic lever victims by reg regular
ular regular doses of sulfa or penicillin.
reducing the chances of more ae-
CORNELL TO TIST IS.OOB
N.Y. FARM SOIL SAMPLES
tthaca: n.y: tn i u tha
next year Cornell University ex
pects to test ,25.000, sou samples
for New York farmers.
The- current program which.' is
three times as large as previous
soil testing projects is expected to1
allow county agricultural arents.but we're watchiuf."
to make recommendations to
farmers in advance of next years
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and targe
beach bouse. On mile paet Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866.
Santa) Clan. Boa 435.
Phone Paneaaa 1-1877.
GramUcb'a Santa Ciara Beach
Cottafoe. Modem convonitneee,
moderate rates. .. Phone Cambea
tecalUi Fcr, Says
Hirrei U Prof.
KINGSTON, R.VI. (UP) I
Biasung usually causes less vi vibration
bration vibration in' nearby structures tLan
do. walking and other normal use
of a building, according to .Dr.
L. Don Leet Harvard University
seismologist and professor of ge-
He told a University of Rhode
Island meeting; that ground waves
from blasting "have been badlv
aniuea in connection witn claims
of damage to ; prooerty from
theni." .. -a
"Their -true effects on struc structures,"
tures," structures," he said,1? "ar now well
understood, yet mysterious char characteristics
acteristics characteristics are attributed to them
by building owners who speak
about being 'on the same ledge of
rock in which blasting is done."
lie added property owners
"claim damages which would not
be caused by a strong earth
quake, when the vibrations are
ae t u a u y smaller than tnose
caused bv walfint? and other nor
mal tise of a building.; : :
Dr. Leet' said' scientists "have
le a r i t d much1 jrom studying
waves ': caused ' ? earthauakes.
atomic bombs 'and other explo explosions,
sions, explosions, v n ...-jVT-- .-;-,'
He s said 'Wccurately: timing
tne- ttayei of fcarthquake waves
to different distances, i geologists
Have learned that the, earth is
surfaced by '-a crust, -probably
crystalline, About 20J miles- thick.,
Below this there m a jeeion
called the mantle; Which extends
for 1,800 miles. :f--J ;
aaaienau in me iniaue are naiu
for streasesv of short duration but
they' bav a relativelj! 4ow ; now
sirengui wnico; permits cnanging
under surface load., he said.
Still farther down is- the -earth
core. For 1,360 miles, the- ma-l
terials apparently are in a
liquid state. he slid. The inner innermost
most innermost 790 miles probably are solid.
Niagara Falls Is
'wtag A R A fattj nv rtrw
1"us h. wyms io pun
works to null
more tourists to Niagara Falls
and-give toe .city" "wider publicity.
' A committee of the Niaaara
Falls Industrial and Convention
Activities Commission, has recom recommended
mended recommended the staging, of four events
during; the 1956-57 year. They in include
clude include a Maid of the Mist Celebra
tion. A Hands-Across-the-Border
Commemoration, an Ice Carnival
and reactivation of the Festival oil
The proposed -two-day Maid of
the Mist Celebration would be held
kt August or September, with in
vitations extended to Indians from
all parts of the western hemi hemisphere
sphere hemisphere Based on a -"commemora-
tive annual re-enactment ef the
first Maid of the Mist sacrificed
it would include erection of an In
dian village on Goat island and
ceremonial Indian dances. ;'v
The week-long ke Carnival, held
huuoing or an ice castle, a-reui-
deer paddock. Canadian nog team
races and attractions appealing
to cnudren. .
Proposed as a three-day' event
m June. 157. the Festival of I
lights would include a pageant
portraying historical Happenings,
the pouring of water into the falls
by queens of states and -nations
participating, ; and other attrac-
Celebration probably should be
around Thanksgiving v time
year, it was recommended,
Fcr Sfens OI Scct!
WASHINGTON tUP White1
House squirrels, hitherto faced
with banishment if found scratch
ing up President Eisenhower's put
ting green, are now confronted
with danger from another quarter;
An outbreak: of scabies among
squirrels in Lafayette Park, oppo-
sito the White House, his been
discovered by National Capital
Parks observers who are- watch watching
ing watching anxiously to see if the conta contagion
gion contagion will spread across Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania Avenue.
Asked if any of the diseased ro-l
dents had made their way to White
House grounds, an NCP spokea-j
man said, We fust Con t know
The spokesman ssid that if the
'end of the squirrel nesting sea
'son, about June 1, as many of the
FOR MKT .--Vacation guarters.
Paitifla. from July 7 until Sep.
jenrber 13: 3 -bedroom concrete
bout completely furnished, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding television. Completer
MKiaeed front and back petiot,
Jarge backyard with playhouse.
fCaH S-3866 after 5 pjn. $145 1;
FOR RENT; Modem duples
aeml-chalet: two bedrooms. We
. bathrooms, hot water. Alhambre
Apartments, Telephone 1386.
. -Colon. -.,.''. -T.r.'
FOR RENT.-- Modem 3 -bedroom
; chaloti.fumi.hed. screened, din-
' ing-livinfl room, eurtide terrace,
kitchen, garage. Altamira, next
Corf Club. Phone 1-3226.
ATTENTION 3.l.a-4 room, I
bedroom furnished cottage for
vent.. Ineuire at Hilkrest, t Vi -milea
beyond Arraijaa Check
SYDNEY (UP) The Aus
trauan government has lent a fi-
nanciai helping hand to the strug struggling
gling struggling asbestos industry which ex
pects to export some 12,000 tons
oi imre next. year.
Botn the Commonwealth and
West Australia government will
furnish subsidies r to the Witten.
oom Gorge project hi the remote
northwest section of Australia.
The mines, owned bv the -hnu
Colonial Sugar Refining Xo., ; pro produce
duce produce a long-fibred blue asbestos.
Mining engineers; sly the deposits
are. among the -most -extensive in
the world, but, that increased Cap Capital
ital Capital Will be needed : to develop
tnem. xast year tne wittenoom
mines produced only 800 tons.
" The subsidies will amount to
$12.50 a ton which, the company
plans -to Use to increase its oro-
ductien and improve its ;iniiiuig
The federal 'and 'state eovera
ments fed that the subsidies are
a good investment because asbes-
toi exports for,) about s225 a
ton, with .Canada end the United
States the principal buyers,
-. The government subsidies win
be paid on only 6,000 tons mined.
All asbestos produced over 6,000
tons will be without benefit of
subsidies., v. ( ,
' Despite the fact that Australia
consumes more asbestos per per
son than any country in the world,
the local mines have never been
able to operate profitably, Com Competition
petition Competition with cheap-priced asbes
tos from Canada; and South Af Africa
rica Africa nave-made .it impossible to
market the blue -asbestos in Aus
tralia, due to the high production
and transportation costs. .
The mines have been operating
in Wittenoom Gorge since ,1843,
and Colonial Sugar claims the ven
ture has cost them nearly $5,000,.
000 during that period. However,
with-the new subsidies and a re recently
cently recently signed contract with Johns
Uanviue Corp., toe company
hopes to become one of Aus
tralia's big dollar-earners in 1957.
Youthful Angler v
OGDEN. Utah (UP Dean
Bybee, 13. of South Weber Has
fish story he can tell the rest of
-. Since lie was about eight, his
favorite' angling spot has .been
near a bridge on the south fork of
the Weber River' Recently, he
snagged his hook on a piece of
metal on tne river diuc ; r.
As' nt took ft off his hook, he
found it was a $5 gold piece, mint
ed in 1880 and in excellent condi
His mother. Mrs.. O, A. Bvbee,
said t)ean was. promptly offered
$10 for the TtVyear-old, San Francisco-minted
coin but decided to
hold on to it for a while and check
its maximum vaiue.- r
squirrels is an' be. tripped will
be lent to the National Zoological
rant for examination and treatment-
... ; t
Old nesting boxes will, be. re
placed throughout the nark and
specially treated nesting material
placed in the new ones in an ef effort
fort effort to halt the spread" of the dis disease.
ease. disease. -he added.'; ; ; ''-. ;
Meantime, he warned, persons In
the habit of feeding the little ro
dents should avoid contact with
them' Inasmuch as the disease,- a
skin, disorder, is transmissible to
The spokesman-said NCP nat
uralists first learned of' the scab scabies
ies scabies outbreak in the park through
an, anonymous .tip. apparently
from a close observer of squirrel
Lie there. ;
FOR SALE: former borne Ma Marie
rie Marie Reminger en the beach at
Santa Clara: two bedroom, two
batha, stairway te beech, 1 lotv'
good rental, fine heme. See
Frank Gute at Santa Clara' or 1
write Bex 794, lalbea.
FOR SALI- Firmiha4 boat.
Waafweed frm, 4 aailee front
Arraijan Chech Station, Thatch- 1
or Highway Imeeeted fee sere-
ke men. k ;
FQR SALE Modern twe-bed-room
residence at Laa Cumbrea,
No. 405 4th Street. Call B aw,
te 5 p.m. ': I
Well built retirement hemes In
' St. Petertbnrg, Sunshine City ef
Florida, from $7,500. Also reat reat--
- reat-- enable rentals. Contact TROY'
HAYES, eo A F. WHIT1, Real.
tor 195 9th Street North, Sr.
' Petersburg ; : --V:'--, 4
FOR RENT Space appropriate
for office, beauty parlor or com
t morcial at fll Cangreje", Ave.'
.Argentina, new building "Men. -'
orrey." Sea De Castro FhonO
2-1lJ. Ave. B 9-42."
. M'.it:?'i if
'.. Till s: f iiMM
f S.f iwC t." it.
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1:1S v S:4 -6:05 "S:S
DIABLO HTS. 2:J0, 8:15, S:1S
Dam. i-.ll.ni,i T. ,i' i'-
Shelly Wintera HT
JHO. VILLA; j V
GATUN t:tn etc 7:00 v
Robert Mitchum -Teres
OF THE CAT
MARGARITA WO, 4:tS, S:35
Greer Garson ,v-;
Dana-Andrews ' 1
"STRANGE LADY IN TOWN
"The Tender Trap"
CRISTOBAL 1:38, 1:15, 1:30
Jane wyman- ,k-
Also- Showing Monday?
PARAISO 0:15, ft 1:15
"King of The Xhyber Eifros
LA BOCA 7)8
"The Eternal Sea"
SANTA CRUZ :1S ft 1:25
"My Sister Eileen"
CAMP BIERD 0:15 ft 1:00
O ST3 C3 crz
.PROGRAM f. r
, In Cinemascope and Technicolor!', i
"Jack HAWKINS and Jean COLLINS
U LAND OF PHARAHOS 1
60c. .. 30c.
Tremendous Double Program!."..
Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson, in
; ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
Audie MURPHY, in
.WAR IN MY CORNER. T
LA MESERA EL
CAFE DEL PUERTO
James' Dean, in ,
- EES EL WITHOUT
:-; A CAUSE
;.S Also:" -; ',-,
; wlih Liberace.
Frank Sinatra, in
THE MAN WITH THE
v.. with Mark Steven
THE BENNT GOODMAN
Published through th courtesy
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DISTRIBl'IDORA ELECTR!CA:S: a!
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EMERSON Television and KMio
Soda f an J Otktruiit
Dark Lady From England
(Continued From Pace TVtt)
If - -r i- v
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That's Actor Dubbins
;,-: .: l.;,",-!
l. -mMnrir ......v. l
whirh mav hm nhtaincf! from ttip
secretary. This information will be
necessary m order to provide a
letter of eligibility for transfer to
another constituent society in the
United States. Members, whose
dues are paid in full, remain in
good standing in the local associa association
tion association for a Deriod of six months fol
Mr anri Mrs .Inhn T) Patrnn nf
2831 Pierpont Blvd.. Ventura, Calif California,
ornia, California, announce the birth of a
daughter, Cecilia Diane, on June
Mrs. Catron is he former Patsy
Rigby of the Canal' Zone. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Rigby of Diablo Heights and pa paternal
ternal paternal grand parents are Mrs. John
H. Catron and the late ur, uairon.
Captain and Mrs. Leland Qrooks
pntnrlninprl at thmr home In Los
Rin with a corktail nartv in hon
or or Mr. runup Arneia wno win
hf rptirine from the Isthmus in
the near future.
Those who attended were Mr. and
Mrs. G.M. Sylvester, Mr.- and
Mrs. R. W. Fuller, Mr, and Mrs.
Allen Kv Miller, Mr. and Mrs. m.
s. millard, Mr. and Mrs. J. r-.
Harrpll Air. and Mrs, Daniel J.
Peolucci, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip T.
Green, Mr. ana Airs. Morns o.
Sunday; June 17, 1956
1:58 Sign on
J:(X) Lighted Window 1
t 39 Uipp Vnto my,
34)0 Arnwd Force Hour
S 00 The Goldbergs
5 30 Youth Wanta To Know
(:1S Industry On Pared
'SO John Hopkins
1.00 Our Mm Brook
-1:3 You Are There- -:
8:00 Toast of The Town -.,
1:00 Appointment with
t -M PhJI. Sliver Show
10 00 S'xr Stiice
'latSO Whf My tint -'
11 : News
11:3.1 H I itIjwbt Patrol
, 12:05 Sign M. .. t
I un,-!...!..'... un l.w.tr
I ; you will ee an' EJiERSbK" "' I
Monday, June IS, iIjs
. Z:SS Sign n ,' i'" B
J:00 Armed ore flout f Tl
m xiuwen uc ui
.4. SO sne-rromm 4r"Q2
4:45 Perry Como iiJi t
S OO' Strike It" Rich
5 30 Wtnky Oin and VuM
0:00 Newt Panorann
741 My Ltttle MartilH
1:.W Beat The Cloki JfT
t:00 Arthur Godfrey HMUVj
00o''Medie. J M
:30 I've Cot Secret
10 -so Ohunc ol LiteUtn mr
iltt .Newf, : (,... ,pis'
11 S Studio, On -v. ilt
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JOAN COLLINS, a dark beauty Imported from England, sup supplies
plies supplies plenty of brunette clamour to the forth-coming M-G-M
picture, "The Opposite Sex," which boasts o( a cast of blonde
':. and brunette charmers.
t'wo full moves .have been made
by Don-Dubbins in the past several
Biohth complete move to Hol Hol-lywood
lywood Hol-lywood fronvN- Yorfc and a solid
Love: to. movie .istsrdom.
Dubbms is the young man "who
toured the totted States with De-
1 U Var in the nAtinnll COmDB-
ny vof "'Tea and Sympathy last
vear. Be followed up his heralded
performance with to-stamng role
iu i,o ramw in "Tribute to
Willi KBIUW V0 J ,
A Badlan,' as a result of which
He was sigueu w -v..
. u..'i Si.M
iract, uy ,i- . -....'
In CuiemaScope and color with
t. t. ctoronnhnnle Sound on
apectacular locations in Colorado,
... t..v,k; vMinf Eastern-
er who idohzes a veteran rancher,
the role played y tagney. ma u u-mlratkm,
mlratkm, u-mlratkm, however, turns to dust
when the rancher becomes a self-
annnintpd rliSDenser of iustice.
- r i. .....
luhnins is now working, wun
Caenev aeain in "Somewhere I'll
Find Him," also starring Barbara
Pubbms has appeared on i n e
Broaawav stage in Mr. nuueiis
onrl ha marlp twn nrevlOUS DICtur
es. "From Here to Eternity' and
l'The Caine Muuny." ,.
KATHERINE HEPBURN, whw
appears as not only a Russian
en I hut Rnuitn Air Corner
lady pilot in "The Iron Petti
coat'. In which sne co-stars
- wun Bob Hope.
ealuma ahoold nibmtlted 1 type.
wrmcq lorra ana mailed I B
Ih. Km It. 1 I J II 1 um
.... vwa wmuj mm mm
cial anoX Otbenwise," r delivered
j in iiic. nouccs c
meeting cannot be accepted hi teVe teVe-pn.
pn. teVe-pn. ; .. ',.
La Boca Tivil tonnril
KINGSTON. R.L (UP) A The La Boca Civic Councfl will
1 GENEVA, N Y. (UP) Eu European
ropean European chafer, fwhich has ruined
nuns lawn and turf areas in
New York State for the past few
seasons, can oe- cnecaea wun
TirtT acenrrlinff tn rennrts from
the Cornell experimental station
i Dr. Foster L. Gambrelt ento-
Biologist at the station, said thei
most effective method of chafer j
control, is to treat soil eariy in
iH the young grubs which
Uvhl. llial timp
sity of 1 -tth toe top three inches
member DDT will protect a lawn
. ty. She uiafer grubs for three to
fcult: rs, Dr. GambreU said.
Ben Franklin Legend
Of Horse And Oysters
Found By Official
KINGSTON, R.L (Uf ) '"o oca uvic councu win
University of Rhode Island official hold its monthly meeting Monday
has uncovered another legend night, as the High School study hall
.... .1 jr,A. l i
voiving tne use or oysters to jfei .ioivdi unurai wui oe ais ais-man
man ais-man a preferred seat. cussed in addition to the last Gov-
According to the legend, report- ernor-local rate community, confer confer-ed
ed confer-ed by Dr. Harold W, Browning, ence. Adults of the district are in-
tn. -vpnt nrcurrea near we eu-
uaillB. HI urn Aa...FU. -I ; ,.
building that is now a private aouau
nouse was a "... i vpto TJAVPM rn. ttt
fh0Ul4V,mt Uon! too inch be in a Uver. He
to "Bive my horse a quart K 5;.: "TT .X'V "f: k?'8"..
Cedulous. the boy k e d, ?f taking an ikle
"Did you say a quart of oysterse
Franklin repeated tne request in
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a loud voice, and those around the
fir lft thpir nfaees to witness
the phenomenon of a horse eating
oysters, wnen uiey reiurueu, tw,
Franklin was Com-
'fortably seated close to the fire.
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FATHERS DAY PR OGRAM
; : 1) 7 p.m. Banquet Veterans Club
2) Presentation of: Square Dances
' ;:; r.' Polkas
' -I :'tr'. '.A r Lancers??'. M:r':;:
3) Orchestras: "The Ranchers1'
' 1 The Oldtimer"
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DRESS: COAT & TIE (No Exceptions)
Variety Of Awards
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School In California
SAN'MATEO. Calif. (Urt
"The school built to slay yotinty."
completed recently in nearby Hills
dale, Calif., already has won a
variety of architectural awards.
Its mam feature is a new top-!
lieht "davlichting" system devel-l
oped by the University of
Michiean. "Dayughting" is ac accomplished
complished accomplished by means of six-by-six-foot
panels of prismatic glass,
which admit cool light while ex
cluding the sun s neat ana mare.
The .school's live -acres of. flat
I roofing. contain 661 dayught
"Vn'Adinn" fn "the" tonlieM'mg.
the new school was designed so
that it could be adapted 10 iuiure
needs as well as serve present
rnnirmpnt All WSlls and DSrtl-
tions are movable and non-bearing
to permit selective use pi space.
Two years in me piamnm;
hiuh school was designed
by John Lyon Reid and Partners,!
San Francisco, ana duui at a cu
of $3,600,000. :
In Illinois Program
CRB0NDALE. III. (UP -Pupils
in seven elementary
anhnnle hprp Pan flftW take foreipn
languages along with the'r reid-1
iin, writin? sna ntnmeuc. at.
Hartwie of Southern II-
hinni. iinivprsitv supervises the
nrojtram that adds hoanisn,
French and German to the cur cur-rt.,,inm
rt.,,inm cur-rt.,,inm nf fifth and sixth-graders.
He bc?an the program four years
ago with an after.scnooi cjhss u
now 270 younnsters are learning
a foreign language.
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lazo. Other Starter
I 'i)3,000 Sprint Race
' J Stu. Valentino's Polemort, the leading cart cart-dlte
dlte cart-dlte lof the track championship, is an odds-on fa favorite
vorite favorite to win today's featured $3,000-added .seven .seven-furlong.iNational
furlong.iNational .seven-furlong.iNational Red Cross Classic for imported
' three-jfar-olds at the Joan Franco race track:
the program which shapes up as,
one of those mat wiu leave tne
Tfiii annual blue ribbon event
has the distinction of being the last
arhMiuled classic race on tap at
the ancient Sabanas oval. Horse
-be held at Juan fran-
Jpr tbe-3ast time The
-J.cf tha naulti million
, non"iet for Monday,
ha $10JW added elas-
ntii' epectecl to nave stiff
? -' nn from jus tnree, rivais
bet oae4i Vill be givintf each of
the 4i5Tpouna in .e -nanaacjip.
Leadffigiockey Alfredo Vasquez
will euide' P o I e m o n under 128
pounds while the others get in un-J
tier 113. ... . v
Guillerme Sanchez has the leg
tpi on the reportedly expensive
Aihaiafi Bias Attuirre will do the
bw ting aboard Golazo and Jorge
FhUlips wiu nanus uoiaeu wira
II' reins. . V : .'
lemon Is the winner of his last
four starts against the track's best
horses. Golden Corn II boasts four
wins in his last five outings wnue
Golazo. haat yet to cross the finish
line' first in Panama
Golazo, nowever, iff a highly rat-ed-Argentine-bred
colt with an ex excellent
cellent excellent record in Peru. He dropped
a hairline decision to the promis promising
ing promising Trirreme two weeks ago and
.last week was second to the vasK
i mnwuMd.JUhaiar as tne latter
cored at Juan Franco for the
Iftrst time. . ..-
As they set out under cool gray
skies for the final It helts, that
put the Memphis dentist, who
won the title hi 1949. iust en
P shot en top of four-time winner
Ben Hogan, veteran Ted Knoll
and 24-year-old Wesley Ellis, a
little-known Texan playing out of
River Vale, N. J.
Middlecoff, who Was "happy with
my scoring after the way I scramb scrambled
led scrambled thus took the lead away from
Peter Thomson thp turn timo Rrit.
ingraund by June 24, v ; jJj8n open champion from Australia.
Along The Fairways
RODMAN PLANS ROUND ROBIN
The qualifyingNrouuds foi the
first round robin tournament will
begin Mmiay JuneM.Md all
-,r t- :
quauuers must suunui a-quaiuy
The tournament will be inadup
of two flights:. one.flight being the
low handicap in groups 1 to 14 to
be known as A flight and the
other flight being the higher handi handicap
cap handicap groups 15 and above. All con contestants
testants contestants will be allowed three-
fourths of their current handicap.
Three-quarter handicaps are al
lowed to encourage the ladies to
To be eligible to play in this
tournament, an entrant must have
a current handicap. The entrance
fee will be $1. ',
In each flight there will Be twelve
golfers who will be required to play
a round robin in threesomes. Points
to be awarded on- the 6-4-2-0-sys-tern,.
.- ,-..'.. v'
Two Beautiful Ailvefv prizes wiu
be awarded.' ,0n prize consists
of a service for eight of Rogers
silverware. The other prize consists
Thi classic' race5which., will be
run in honor ot-tlie local chapter
of the worthy Bed Cross institution,
bould be a real thriller from
tart to finish. All four starter
are in excellent shape-should put
up creditable performances.-
,Ten other races are included on
Todav Encanto 35 JZC
' SPANISH DOUBLE!
. "ARAJO ElV nELON'
rernaftdo reroaridezi it it-"LOS
"LOS it-"LOS MARGAKITOS"
Tnpie urogram i
poet or wax"
"Wanted Dead Or Alive"
By OSCAR FRALEY
ROCHESTER. N. Y.. June IS
(UP) Former champion Cary
Middlecoff, playing a "fiehtinz
round of golf," battled Oak Hill
country Club for an even Dar
34-36-70 today to take the. third
round lead in tne u. S. Own cham
pionship with a 54-hole aggregate
Thomson started out this morning
wnn a one-stroKe edge on Hogan
with Middlecoff and Ellis two
shots back in third place.
But Thomson, playing with Mid-1
diecoff, rocketed to a 75. Mean
while, Hogan stayed just off the
pace with a 35-3772 for 212 which
was matched by Ellis with a 36-35
71 and Kroll with a 37-33-T-70.
Julius Boros, the 1952 champion,
came on with a 33-3871 to move
to within two shots of Middlecoff.
' I Thomson's collaptr dropped
him to 214, along with former
champion Ed Furgol, who had
73 and Arnold Palmer with a 72.
; Four shots off the 54-hole lead at
P 215 were Freddie Haas with
72 and Jerry Barber with a 74.
At 216 apparently the only ones
left with a chance on this tough
PJP. Bone .'.'Jockey Wgi COMMENT
In Rk Imports 1 Mil.Pyr. $175 00
V FIRST RACE OF THI DOUBLI i
Graded Entries f: JC,r 1 1 i
Peel CletM 12:45
B. Baeza 103 Ran well in last
O; VAsquej 105x Early speed only
R. L. Gii 113 Could "50 all the wa7
J. Jlminei 10x Form indicates
J. Phillips 105 Hasn't shows much
1 Henry Xe
2 Must Be
3 R. Emblem
5 O. -Buzzer
6 Tom Collins O. Montero 102x Returns from layoff
1 Dixie R. Vasquea 112 -Dangerous contender
8 S. Windsor L. Gutierrez I02x Would pay well
2nd Race "C-D" Nitivn tVt Fs.lvne $325 00 Pm( CUms l:t J
SECOND RACE OF THE POUILI
Ft Hidalgo 110 Usually tlose up v
A. Reyes R, 103x Racing to best form
A. Ycaza 115 Mnild go all the way
B. Aguirre 118 Back in top form ;
1 V. Ortega 114 No. 1 contender
R. CrlsUln 115 Better this week
B. Baeza 115 Always dangeroui
1A. Jordan 115x-Jiot with this rider-
3 Rlna Rc4
4 La Enea i
5 (Don Grau
8 (Petite ..
3rd rsrJHt'iiyk-$27S.M.w Peel Ossat 1:75
A. Gonzalez 108 Returns from layoff
D. Barret 99x Weak recent efforts
J. Avila 115 Easy win last
R. Vasquez 113 Dangerous contender
A. Reyes R. 103x Doesn't seem- likely
A. Ycaza 112 Should beat these
2- Tilin TUln
4 D. Barbara
8 Blue Moon-
4H kace "H" Natives
of a four piece silver coffee ??JZV&
c. iw k. ktho honoi Ken Venturl with a M and rvA
champion Doug Ford with a 70.
And. once again, as they headed
down the stretch, it was open
heartbreak for Slammin' Sammy
Snead. Seven shots back as they
started the final round, Sam still
was faintly hopeful. But he helped
himself to a fat seven over par
39-3877 for a, 223 which complete
ly killed his chances.
ice. So that the higher handicap
golfers will have a chan.ee for the
more expensive prize, aN drawing
will be held to determine whether
the aervice for eight will go to the
winner of the low or tne nign quali
fying flight. r
Further information on the tourn.
ament mav be obtained at the club
house or by contacting the club
Juan Franco Tips,
t-wtioniaga otj Royal Emblem
t La Enea Don Grau (e)
-3 Blue- Moon Dona Jiarbara
4 Ebony Choly
5 College : Girl ? Volador
6 Single Slipper Tiny Brook
7 Paquiro Bosun's Mate
S Heritor Little Fool
9 Maria Stuardo C. McCarthy
10 Polemon Alhajar
11 Mesereum Suntopner
CALIF. DRUG FIGURES
- SAN t FRANCISCO fUP
The ; slate department of mental
hygiene reported. tljat .the number
tof t drug addicts and exual ,psy.
chopaths who must be committed
to California mental hospitals rose
ominously during the year ended
March 31.' At least. 52Q narcotics
users were admitted to hospitals,
compared with 402 admissions in
the previous 12 months. In the
same v period admissions Of sexual
psychopatns mcreasea irom- 4uo to
Th demand is for JS50fcfe
white' HORSE 'y:JW
1 of course! f: ff '
tniJltitrwell wder8tol'"tv''''th.'true fSSSSSET
ludgt 6f thl,uper) Scotxh Vmisiy.. Lt8
yyyyimMts J.m n I SPis
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V Fit.pHrM $275.00 Feel CUm ZJtO
1 Mufieco x B. Baeza 100 Nothing recently ? 10-1
2 L' P'mp'ninl H. Gustlnea 97x Far worse than Mufieco 30-1
3 Ebon F.HldalBo 113 r-Will fight it put ?- .: -;'f i
4 Cholv E. Dario 108 Ratea best chance ; 3-2
4- ... I w 1 -X-1 1 M
suon Manuel K. iun iuu -Kaws nsnunE cnance -i
6 Siren a. S. Carvalal 112x No chance' v i 20-1
7 Blxaola J. Jimenez 117x-rHas strongest' inish 3-1
5th Race "H" Natives 'A Fei.Fiirte $275.00 Feel CUies. 2:55
1 Erlmax J. G6ngora 112 Must improve more
2 College Girl A. Vasquez 115 -L6ng overdue
3 Volador B. Baeza 110 Could make it here
4 Fuego A. Gonzalez 108 Showing improvement'
5 Sherry Time A. Ycaza 112 -Usually disappoints
Imported 1 MilaFurs $375.00 Feel Ctaes 1:15
, FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE ...
1 Tiny Brook
2 Los Morros
4 S. Slipper
5 Dawn Song
7 D. Duchess
A. Vasquez 115 -In weak field 1
R. L. Gil 110 Returns from layoff
B. Aguirre 115 Returns from layoff tf
B. Baeza 103 Form indicates .,
G; V4squez 102xr-Good early'speed ;- -i ?
V. Castillo 115 Should be close up ,J
Q. Montero 102x Could score in: upset v-
7th Race "H-2" ImporttJ 7 Ff a. Fene $400.00 Feel Cleeet 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Semlpleno G. Prescottl08 Excellent effort last ;
2 Vulcanizado J. Jimenez 112x Has strongest finish
3 Gay Spot S. Carvajal 109x Would pay off here :
4 P. de Gales B. Baeza 113 Early speed only
5 Irish Profit F. Alvarez 108 Longshot specialist
8 Armador A. Ycaza 115 Seeks repeat victory
7 After Me 1 G. Montero 107x Nothing -recently
8- Paqulro R. Vasquez 113 Will fight it out ;
9 (B. Mate V. Castillo 110 form indicates
10- (Vedette 4 R. L Qtt 113 Good early jpeed
th Race "H-r Impoitad 7 Fti.Furte $400.09 Feel Clesw 4:40
; i QUINIELA J,,.,
1 L. Girdle R. Cristlan 110 -Could win here too :
2 Donny Boy E. Dario 103 Doesn't seem likely-1
3 Little Fool S". Carvajal 107x In thick of it u
4 Kensington F. Hidalgo 113 Rates fair chance ;
5 (Lyrical G. Montero 107x Best early foot
6 (Danielo R. Vasquez 113 Will fight it out
7 Ocean Star) B. Baeza 112 Returns from layoff
8 Heritor) V. Caatillo 115 Hard to beat here
9th Race "D-I" Imperted
7 Fi.Fne $600.00 Feel Cleeea
1 C. McCarthy A. "Vasquez 113" Back top form 1
2 Emp. Magic A. Reyes R, 103x Not against these
3 Pappa Flynn A. Ycaza 110 Ready to score now
4 Escorial P. Hidalgo 110 Weak hearted sprinter
5 Andes B. Baeza 108 Has strong finish
6 Grey Juan R. Vasquez 110 Could take it here
7 Postinovich S. Carvajal 107Z Impressive win last
8 Ma. Stuardo V. Castillo 118 Wa never better
9 Topocalma R. Cristlan 108 Ranwell in return' ?
10 H. Park B. Aguirre 110 Just mother sprinter,.
1 0th Race "Net'l Red Cress Clank" 7 Fgi.
Fane $3000.00 Feel Cloaet 5:40
1 Golden Corn J. Phillips 113 Better than many thought
2 Golazo B. Aguirre 113 In good shape now
3 Alhajar G. Sanchez 113 Will fight it out
4 Polembn A. Vasquez 128 The track's best
llth Race "Speciar2-Tr.-OWh6V4Fi.raa $500.00 Feel Cleeas.
1 Remlr6n F. Hidalgo 112 'Makes debut here
2 Suntonner : R. Cristlan 110 Should be runnerup
3 My Friend V. Castillo 110 Must improve more
4 Tr6plco R. JU Gil 106 Has shown nothing,
5 Mesereum v B. Aguirre 115 Form indicate
6 Suzerain B. Baeza 105 Reportedly improved
f OUT OF DOORS with
Distributors; Compania CYRNOS, S. A Colon ft Panema
PUTTING MORE FISH W
By AL McCLANE
There are two kinds tf leaders
used in fly fishing one level,
the other tapered. ..
Level leaders have very Hmlt-
kd value and no matter what
Hhelr length may be they seldom.
II eln your castine. Tanerea ieaa
kirs, on the other hand, will put
tore fish m tne creei oecause
he heavy butt end tied to the
ne will turn over gmootniy in
he cast, and' the fine tip end is
hr.lmost invisible on the water.
The treat majority 01 com
bnercially tied tapered leaders
nre too light for modern-day xiy
lines.' While i the line makers
have i made great strides In
floatahllltv and imnroved de
signs, leader making remains an
They seem to work on the
theory that when a Usrht dry fly
leader is wanted, it should, be
that way all the way through.
ed end of the average American1
line will measure, about .030, or
roughly twice the" size of the
leader butt. This difference in
diameter makes a rather abrupt
jump from line end to leader
that is not conducive to satis
factory handling- of the cast.
' A long leader may be as fine
as you like on the point, but un unless
less unless it has some body at the line
end,-which can be attained by
a sufficient diameter, it is likely
to prove a rather futile affair In
casting, r To balance well with
the line, the taper to the fine
point should be rradual. rather
than largely accounted for In
one step from the line end to
the leader duo. : ,
The butt end of the leader
should be at the very least half
Bery Calhoun r
THE THINKER Rory .Calhoun
contemplates what he would do
to Sugar Ray Robinson. In two
years and 21 fights,, young Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun of White Plains. N.Y. ex-
tablished himself as the most
promising middleweight, Jo
f i I FIRST RACE" ( :
1-Don Danl 27.20. 3.00, J.20.
2 Dun 3.20, 2.20.
. SECOND RACE
14M?s. HalUgan 38.00, .7,60.'. 3-80,
JSinn Felner, 3.20,' 3 ?0, : ;
3-Devonshtre Club 4:00. '
'rj4(ST wubws, s,oyiu.
. .. v.. ... 1. ... .tt
' THIRD' RACE "
1-Metto 4.00. 3.20, 2.40, 1
2 Uyuyuy 10.80, 2.60. ,
3 Curazalefla 2.20. ' ;'
: FOURTH RACE
1-Bagdad 4J0. 2.80, 2.20.
0Bugaba 4.60. 2.20.
3 winsaDa 1 z.2u.- r
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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St Louis 1
Chicago ., .
New Yorr ..
W L Pet. GB
Teams 1 ; W X Pet GB
New York. y-.35 .-."zO A-.636
Chicago. ;. ..27 : 2U -563 41,'.
Cleveland '.28 25 ; .528 6
Dnofriri 1 tl nfl caa t
11' " U ''Vu
'ttjDfitroit 5 2T 2609 7
lRalt1mrtrii i ' -Oft" JT4 A
Kansas City i .,22 33' .407 12't
Washington, i .23 3& J9Q 14 v
TODAY'S OAVFS ;
Milwaukee at Brooklyn. Brooklyn.-Cincinnati
Cincinnati Brooklyn.-Cincinnati at New York (2).
Chicago at Philadelphia (2)
St. Xouis at Pittsburgh (2)
YESTERDA Y'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 000 000 0202 7 1
Brooklyn ,. v 200 000 Olx 3 8 0
Conley. Johnson (8) Jolly (8)
and Crandall: Crals, Lablne (8)
and Campanella. WP:. Labine
(5-1) LP: Johnson (1-1). HRs
Adcock. (6) Snider-(15).
CincL 000 100 000 02-3 5 1
New York 000 000 100 001 7 ; 1
Fowler, Acker (7).v Freeman
(8) and Burgess; Worthlngton
(2-7) and sarni, Mangaa (8).
WP: Freeman (5-1).
(7 Innings, Rain) :
St Louis 000 00Q 00 i. 8
Pittsburgh ? 020 000 (M 2.
. TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Chicago it)
Baltimore at Kansas City.
Boston at Detroit. '-.
New York at Cleveland.
Washington 000 000 000 0 4- 0
Chicago 030 130 00x7 a 0
Griggs, Ramos (4) and Fitz Fitz-Gerald;
Gerald; Fitz-Gerald; Harshman (3-4) auJ
Lollar. WP: Griggs l-3) HRi
Detroit result, not,
WASHINGTON (UP)j Men
will have to pay more for tailored
suits, trousers, topcoats and over overcoats
coats overcoats next fall, according to Louis
n'Kotnscnua, executive director ox
I the National Association of Retail
.Clothiers and Furnishers. Roths
Wehmeier, "Collum -7)-' and child called the increase "over "over-Smith:
Smith: "over-Smith: Friend (ll3)"and Foiles. due." He attributed v the. hike $3v
WP: Wehmeier (2-6..- HR:Walls,to $5.50 per, garment io an
Chicago at Philadelphia
industry-wide wage increase nego negotiated
tiated negotiated by the Amalgamated Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing Workers of America effective
in June. ;
' FTFTH RACB L
l-Fblletita-6.00.8 40. ; i 7;,
u2 Pappa Rorra 5.00, "i-, fc
- SIXTH RACE 1
1-Don Brielcfo 8.00, 4.40, 2.20, t
zDanlel 9.60, 2.20. ,(.
3-1-Naranjazo 220. - .
1-Rlscal 12.00.1 5.20. 7J0.
2 Reflector 4.60, 4.80.
3- Dlstlngo 3.60.
4 SECOND DOUBLE: $67.40.
. EIGHTH RACE
1-Febrero II 2.40. 2.20. 2.20. 1
2 Dofia Beatrlz 2.20, 2.20.
3 Florera 2.20.-
QUINIELA'. $4.60. i
' NINTH RACE
lEkot 14.40. 6.00, 2.80
2. Nogallno $5.20, 'S.M.
, ; One-Two: 53.40.
. i , TENTTH RACE
1 Melendes 42.80. 2.80, 3.20.
2 Kadlr $2.20.
i .. ELEVENTH RACE.
UGonetlno $2.40. 120. : :
.;ii;!:cc(l Has 70:
To l!o!d Led Am:.
Etrly Open Finishers
Rochester, n.y. jnnr ie
(UP) Cary Middlecoff. shooting
for his second VS. open, golf
championship, took the' lead a a-mohg'the
mohg'the a-mohg'the early finishers in the
third; round today '! when he
firet an eVen'par 70 for a 54-
noie-aggregaie.xir a; c;:
That ave Middlecoifl a three-
stroke lead over Peter fhomsoii
of Australia.) who led the field
into, tne third .Wjtujfl witn.a .v-
As a tesult. the butt or heavy
ends will measure .015 to .012.
while ; the fine ends or points
will run from .005 to .007 or .008,
depending on whether it is list-
On the other hand, the taper! Thomson was only one :
But Thomson lost that margin
and -more in the third round
when he soared to a five-over-
par 75 for an aeirretrate or 314.
Middlecoff, who had 141 strokes
two behind Thomson going
Into the third round,, had a br.s br.s-liant
liant br.s-liant one-under-par 34 on the
front nine but had two bogeys
on the back nine for a one-over-
oaf at 36 on the front nine, but
then his game went to plecw on
the back nine as he carded a
four-over-par 39. The Australian
star wa off on his drivine and
his approach- shots as he took
three bogeys ana a double oo-
Costs less To Sell
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ye wh yee m little Went x
Ad a Hie Pwmm AaMricea..
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erably' three-fourtha of that di diameter).
ameter). diameter). Second, the lonetr the
leader, the heavier, the butt end
should pe. .-, :
When fish are extremely wary
and fine gut is necessary, a long
leader Is most important:
But even a 12 or 5 foot lead leader,,
er,, leader,, with the heavy gut continu continuing
ing continuing clear out to the point, would
fail in Its purpose. The smart
angler achieves this fineness by
tddlnar additions! strands
the diameter of the line ena tolMit cut to the leader ooint
which it Is attached (and pref. (Distributed by NEA Service)
WEDDING SCENE IN MUSICAU
' Jeanne Crain and tJeorge Nader axe -congratulated by 4
their wedding party in this scene from Vniversal-In-
ternationals Technicolor Cinemascope musical film,
T; v "The Second Greatest Sex, ,,' r
ITS A VERSATILE CAREER v
FOR ACTOR GEORGE NADER
- Heroes and heroines of the silver screen who' are at at-wavs
wavs at-wavs vearnlmr for a switch in actine roles in order to dis
play versatility should have a word with George Nader, who t
plays the romantic lead with Jeanne train in umvemi-
International's Technicolor Cinemascope musical, "The
Second Greatest Sex," which opens next Thursday at the
Lux Theatre..: -v .... J-.-' --v4.:--.
Rarely has so versatile a career been fostered as has
Nader's. Of the six successive starring roles that U-I has
handed him in the past two years, not One even remotely
resembles the others. '
Nadery who stars with Miss Crain, Kitty Kallen. Bert
Lahft Mamie Van Doren, Keith Andes, Kathleen Case and
Paul Gilbert in "The Second Greatest Sex," takes the role
of a civie leader In a smdll town in Kansas in 1880, and the
part Is crammed with romance, comedy, songs and excite-'
' meni .--.. :i ;::,., :. -v- ';;,-':". ;
r f t aw
i "" i I
BVf Holiday Crowd Expected
To Take In 4 Cord Program
A large crowd, hundreds of which are Pacific
siders taking in "June month" holiday activities in
Colon; is expected to jam the Colon Arena tonight
to witness the ten-round, 119-pound feature match
between Battlin' Byron Cumberbatch of Panama
City and Claudio Martinez of Colon.
Both principals in tonight's
main event fimsneo ineir iram-
ing drills Friday afternoon with
their respective managers Vic
Hill (Cumberbatch) and Isldro
Marline (Claudio) elvme glow
ing reports of their charges'
. Tonight's match will be a
test of experience and ting
generalship against raw youth
' and eourace.
Cumberbatch, veteran of
over 12 years of professional
fighting, has been ruled a slight
favorite over his young oppo opponent,
nent, opponent, who will be making his
first appearance In a headliner
since, turning pro early last
Cumberbatch. who has been on
the loslne end In his' last two
outings, must fin tonight If he
CcrJso To Aid
The Panama Tourist Cm Cm-mission
mission Cm-mission will assist in fueling fa facilities
cilities facilities fnr small boats ... diirlre
the fourth international Ma'rfcn
and sailfish Tournament, spon-.
sored by the Panama Rod and
Reel Club, it was announced to today,
day, today, In addition, the Tourist
Commission is awarding three
silver trophies.' -;
There will be 86 prices in all,
most of which are sterling, piec pieces
es pieces i j t-ti "i f j i
Correspondence is at'.present
Be no exphangecr between "XSn
: Mlddleton, ; secretary; of the Rod
and Reel -club; and the tourna tournament
ment tournament chairman of 5 the Tyee
Fishing Club of British Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, since six to '10 of Its mem members
bers members are planning to try Pana-
ma waters during tfr tourna tourna-,
, tourna-, ment.
A Dyn:n:!c Production In Cinemascope,
' "THE COTTOM OF THE BOTTLE" On
. v ..... .... ..... ,.
"IriiS BOTTOM OF THE BOTTLE" opened on Tuesday
at the Bella Vista Theatre starring Van Johnson, Joseph
Cotten and Ruth Roman with Jack Caron. It Is a modern modern-day
day modern-day suspense drama in Cinema Scope that lifts the thin
veneer of a new and worldly social class-the up-vropplng
ranch society of our sprawling Southwest to reveal the
tough, raw' feelings that characterized the earlier genera
tions of guntotlng cowpokes.,
Van Johnson takes the lead as-'a "reformed" alcoholic
who has been serving a stretch In the penitentiary for kill killing
ing killing a man in a bar brawl. He escapes to beat it across the
Mexican border o help hie wife and children who are des destitute.
titute. destitute. On the U.S. side, bordered by the Santa crua River,
a vast, productive ranch is owned by his brother '(Joseph
Cotten who enjoys social prestige as an able attorney as
well as a prosperous rancher. Van tries to force Gotten to
help him across the border, counting heavily on his broth brother's
er's brother's pride. Cotten is distressed by Van's sudden appearance,
finding it awkard and disgusting. He likes his prestige and
position even If it has estranged him from his wife" beau beau-..tilul
..tilul beau-..tilul Ruth. Roman...."-.- .....';. .",;.
Don't miss this suspense story of 20th Century Fox,,
which opens on Tuesday at your BELLA VISTA Theatre.
is to remain In the local fight
He wu TKO'ed by US-poan4
champ Melvn Bourne in a ti title
tle title match Jan. 29, and decK
f stoned by stuffing Toto Ibarra
March 25. Ibarra turned box
er that night to whip the Call,
donla battler In an Impressive
'performance, and avenge his
only defeat, suffered at the
hands of Cumberbatch last
Claudio's last start was also
March 25, in an eight-round
semifinal, when he fought Vic
tor Asprilla to an unpopular
draw verdict. Most or the fan;
present thought Martinez had
won by a clearcut margin and
lustily voiced their disapproval
when the decision was Iven.
Claudio was kayoed by Ibarra
in the pair's only meeting and a
win tonipht could insure h'm
return bout with the hard
In the eight-round semifinal
featherweights Manuel Prescott
and Jesus Santamarla swap
leather. Two four-rounders com
plete the program.
' me card w II fee the nnt
Atlantic side venture for Caru
Nuevas S.A., popular Panama
. General admission Is 11: ring
side, $2. The curtain goes-up at
S - ; ' ', Bill Russell '
HIGbTmAN Bill Russell cleared six feet.elght Inches In the high Jump at the Central Cal California
ifornia California Amateur Athletic Union Championships at Sanger. The University of San Francisco's
All-America basketball player failed in an attempt at two Inches higher.
L ike A $100,000
Tm limn i ,i ,. .l ii tjuui .5SiSiwiSwS5Swgrass!a
One of' the leading women golf
ers is off the circuit for a year. .'.
broke down under the strain 'of
chasing the. almighty buck as a
pro.... : ''"' v
Bobby Layne had a bunco. 01
his Detroit Lion coaches as his
guests on the Texas panhan panhandle
dle panhandle trying to Interest them
in oil wells.,.:- ; '
Before he reached the Yan
kees, OU' McDougald threaten threatened
ed threatened to quit baseball three different
times... discouraged trying, o
make a living as a minor league
father.,,. The shortstop convert
(Mickle Mantle says he'll be the
best in baseball y .'57) has been
ruck driver, -'master carpenter
and mason and a shoe designer
...and went to college on a bas basketball
ketball basketball acholarshlp. : ...
A guy was faulting the. wom women
en women golfers because they can't
powder a baU as far at the
men,. ..Cracked Bv Hanson-,
"We may not have the length,
but we do have the contours.'
. The Hanson future Is tied up
in a grapefruit ranch which she
has just bought on the desert 20
miles' outside of Palm .Springs
i,."and It will y make a better
golfer of me." says Bev..(."I"ve
lacked that extra drive and In
centive which character 1 z e s
champs Ilk, the Babe (Zahar (Zahar-ias).
ias). (Zahar-ias). Now I've got plenty of it it-courtesy
courtesy it-courtesy of the bank and that
big mortgage on my land."...;:
Irony note: Tears ago boxer?
chopped wood to build strength
In their hands. Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson took an axe to camp at
Kutsher's but couldn't.' find
trees to chop down... then ho
broke hit hand .en Jackson's
The day Rocky Marclano re-
tired, Mama Marclano met jer-
. Inm VJaontt. In Vm Vnrlr
They exchanged nleasantries..
A few days later, the Rock's
mother saw the Walcott fight
films for the first time (she nev
er saw her: son in action)...'
Dismayed by the punishment
Jersey Joe was inflicting on
Rocxy, sne- snouted, "sonama
gun, why I shaka da hand wit'
: Joel Wells, Clemson halfback
respect rd by rival coaches as
the ebst in the south, will be
For Rod & Red
A group of PAA officials -will
fish in the 4th International
Marlln and Sailfish Tournament
sponsored by the Panama Rod
and Reel Club June 29-Juiy 30.
Dr. Martin Mangels, medical
director of the Latin American
Division, and Mario Martinez
Latin American traffic, manage
er, wiu come irom Miami lor we
event J ; --,v-:,,tt
They will be, Joined here, by
Elton Todd, managing, director
of PAA in Panama; Francis Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, managing director of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and Jay. Wilson managing
director of Guatemala. The air.
line men will fish from Hotel' El
Panama's' "Pescadora" July Id,1
17. and 18. t'i
Of the 38 prizes which will be
given out, so'lar the Tourist!
Commission-r of ; Panama has
signed up to give three,. Casa
Fastucn.wiu give one, also ti
Panama, Pemco, the Hotel San
Bias islands, the Panama Rod.
and Reel Club and the Fuerzai
' Gil MeDougald
, ... ., f ..
married shortly which isn't
so unusual, except' that' the
bride-to-be, Jackie Furr, a
cheerleader at arch-rival South
When -Walter Alston was still
reticent, he was interviewed by
a gal reporter . . who was
warned beforehand by a Dodger
official she'd have a tough time
making' him talk..:. When she
emerged from Alston's off tee
after a half hour, the official
asked how she did. '. .."Just
fine," was the answer. "I lookei
at the letters across the chest of
his Tiniform and asked, 'What
color are they, Mr. Alston?'
"'Royal blue" he answered." ...
same coior as your eyes,
.wauer. ... and he Just melt-
' Latest en the muddle of the
golfing Bauers . Marlene Is
back in the good graces of Pop
Bauer, and Alice Is compan companionable
ionable companionable with her, younger sis
ter, too ... but Bob Hagge,
who married .first one, torn
the other, ,'s completely Ignor,
ed'by Pop and Al'ce as he trar.
eli the circuit with Marlene. :L
;...-'-.., ....,..'..,. i'li.Ve; ."
.Between T vou'n'me. New Vnrk
boxing commissioner Julius Mel.
Uand wasn't at all happy about
itoieree Barry Kessier's minori
ty vote in the Jackson-Patter-;
son duel .... so. why should 1t
db omy ine ooxer who's liable to
De set flown six months for
poor, performance? ; ,n
To Indiana And
BLOOMINGTON. Ind. ifNEA
Greg Bell's broad jumping career
started by accident, twice appear appeared
ed appeared finished. : ;
, BeU'e 5-foot llii-inch world
leading jumpt his season makes
(be 25-year-old Indiana sohomore
the event's front-running Olympic
prospect. Bell probably would nev never
er never have tried the broad jump had
it not been for an iniiirv that keDt
'him from pole vaulting. ; j
He took a job in a factory, was
there for three yean before enter entering
ing entering the Army. Sent to Europe, he
became interested in track again.
Out of the service in 1953. he ret
turned to Inbther factory lob. He
enrolled at Indiana in 'September
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Helping
the Cardinals to four pennants and
three world championships, Marty
Marion richly deserved the appelj
lation, Mr. Short-stop. Mats M.
rion believes he and the White
Sox have another in Luis Aparicio.
In the spring it was said and
written that Aparacio, 22-year-oM
Venezuelan, wa carrying the hea heaviest
viest heaviest load in baseball. His country.
man, Chico Carrasquel, had been
traded to the Indians along with
Jim Busby for Larry Doby. Ca
rrasauel had won recognition asi
the American League's finest
shortstop: His fielding fell off with
his hitting, but had not Aparicio
lugged his burden so lightly.- the
Chicago brass would have been se
verelv criticized for swapping a-
way an established performer at
be the -slickest shortstop in the
By now, Aparicio has answered
the $100,000" Question. Those in the
best position to judge predict that
by next season uus youngster win
be the 'Slicke)st shortstop in the
Nollio' fox playod' alongside of
three outstanding shortstops Ed
die Joost,, Luke Appling -and Ca-
rrasauet-and uie tooacco-cnew-
ina second basement tells you that
none, made any play any .better
. "I never saw a shortstop who
went as far to his left as Luis,"
says Foxie. "He repeatedly gets his
hands on balls hit over and to- the
right of second base. He actually
made veteran players' eyes pop in
a double-header with the Red Sox
during our last home stand. He
made nlays on eight balls that or
dinarily would have gone for base
hits and made fivs hits nimseii. nimseii.-"Luis
"Luis nimseii.-"Luis gets those guys out," says
Billy Pierce, appreciatively. Billy
the Kid won his weiehth -Game
June 10. The little left-hander did
not win his eighth game last sea
son until Aug. 9.
"This is only Luis' third year in
organized ball, but he has played
shortstoD since he was a little
boy.'1 continues Fox. His father
was a shortstop before him and he
bad experience in winter ball in
Thltjccounts for Aparicio being
able to step in with the poise of a
veteran. Here's one recruit big
league shortstop who won't have
to be taken out Inorder to get his
bearings from the dugout. Most
pea green infielden do, you Know.
Aparicio is exceptionally fast, a
superlative baserunner and Fox,
like Manager Marion, Is confident
that the extraordinary playmaker
will not hamper the club's offense.
When e went into a brief slump,
Marion had the lad shorten his
stance and step into the ball. With
his deiensive tain ms present on on-tinsr
tinsr on-tinsr average. '245. would be good
enough but all bands say he will
.With Fox and Larry Doby now
hitting and the club deep in ae
comphshed pitching, the South
Siders feel that they can go all
The deal with the Orioles that
brought the well seasoned pair,
Jim Wilson and Dave Philey, turn
tut out to be a told strike.
.The White Sox won the first six
eames in which Wilson fired
Outfielder P h i 1 1 e y surprisingly
turned out to be a considerably
more than adequate first baseman,
which is where the White Sox were
hurting on the attack. Pbilley, the
switch hitter, has batted .324 since
joining the club, May 23, and has
oeen among me ieaaejs in scoring
and driving in runs.
Jim Wilson straightened out (he
pitching, Dave Fhilley the attack..
- Nothing quite like old heads
when- they are going well. : (
There are no, mistakes.
HAIL YALE! ,
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP)
Yale University, says. the sun
never sets on its aiumnt. it re-
sorts that eraduates live In everv
stau .and in more than 70
foreign countries on every con-
By MANS REARDON
24 Ytars in National Lagu
Written for NEA Service .
QUESTION: Cleveland's Bobby
Avila over-ran second base on a
short fly to right field, at Yankee
Stadium. He was lagged out -try-'
ing to get back. The second base
umpire, Frank Umont, had gone
into short right to watch the fly.
He turned around and saw the play,
but did not call it. The third base
umpire made the decision. Isn't U U-mont
mont U-mont supposed to make the call
at his base?. David Lee.
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' Answor: Umpires have a sys system
tem system workodo wt in which certain
things bocomo automatic. On
ply such at this, tho third bs
umpire would take ovor the 'call.
despite it being at another urr-
piro's bM. If an 'umpire is not
able fo a play, ho is not oblig obliged
ed obliged to 'make the call.
O' X line drlve hits a runner
who has his feet on third. It kicks
off into, foul ground. Can the run runner
ner runner try to score? Bob Brady.
A. He i out, the' lame t H hit
on the base paths. It is. a tingle
for the hitter. The hlt-by-a-batted-
ball rule is there because technical technically
ly technically the rurtntr Interfere with field fielding.
ing. fielding. The tame holdt true here.
Q. Is there ; any limit' on 'the
length of a bat? Bill Russo.
A. A bat can't be more man u
inches long. i
OIIFST1DN: The batter hits a'
linr tntA tho ritrht field corner. A
fan reaches out. and deflects the
.ball as the fielder reaches lor it.
The fielder scoops the ball up and
fii it in th infield and the batter
is caught at second. Does the play
stand er is It an automatic grounu grounu-rule
rule grounu-rule double?-Bill Resch.
Antwert It It an automatic
ground-rule double. .
Q. With a runner on first, the
batter hits k grounder to the
shortstop. He steps on second for
one out and throws to first. Thei
first baseman drops the ball. He is
..harswl with an error. Whv? I
thought no errors were given on a
double play when one out is made.
A. An error It a van if the throw
it dropped. It it never given if
the pivot man en a double play
makes a bad throw unlets a run'
nor advancot became of it.
O with a man on first, the bat
ter hits a ground ball to the first
baseman. He steps on me Dig,
throws to second and the runner
then must be tagged. Why, is
that? Lou Barbato. ; '
A. The rule is there because the
runner from first It not obliged to
go to second ence the bag hat boon
ttepped erf. He it not forced be because
cause because no runner It behind him..1'
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pany, presenting the runner-up, second flight, br. Frank: Ray-;,
mond, with his prize In the
v ft ,Y. the Panama
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Accepting pasiseuers for
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! WASHINGTON. June 16 (NEA).
of pills at the drug coun re retake a fresh look. That'f just do.
I The age of anxiety drugs is surely dawning, but itsj brilliance already?demahds serious soul
;- AW the phenomenal emergence oj nappy puis
prosperity and pressure call for intensive pill proves on several 1.S.
government fronli. , ' .'- 'i.'.
- Tranquilizers, or ataractic drugs as the .tablets are calledyare touching
w? these developments: X ; ''',' '
1.! An ahriott certain, million dollar ijipropriation; by Congrtii thii year for UA UA-'
' UA-' eral research on tranquilizers. .'' ;
: 2. A nation-wide conference here next fall to hath out the: problems of evaluating
; the drugs. Hs-- J
, 3. A tobn-to-betfn largo cale project by
I gate the value and usage of ataractics. ;
4'. IMt V . r '
'These federal investigations
underscore the enormous 1m 1m-,
, 1m-, pact tranquilizer! now have on
the American scene.
Barely two years old, the
i drugs are being haded in some
euarters as miracle soothers, for
i in emotional disturbances. ,.
. 4-:'.r Clamor .-.;.
? 'Tntil fairly recently they have
been confined to hospital treat-zsZ-t
mantai natients with
ment of mental paucm
striking results mawng v v-Uents
Uents v-Uents more comfortable and ac
finSU biter. mw cla.nor.ng
for the serenity drugs.
The craze has careened across
J the country from the West Coast,
J where it ursi aiwt,
JOHN L. HARVEY : An alert
' eye for dangerous effects.
' In Hollywood, show business
nrf toipvisinn oeople found the
iiu calmed the butterflies
their stomachs and gave
extra ease on stage.
Word spread and soon both the
unstable and pseudo unstable
were downing the tablets. ;
And according to reports, ma many
ny many took the pills through black
.market channels. ' .
Tor the law sayi they must be
given out on a doctor's prescrip prescription.
tion. prescription. TODAY 75c. 40c.
UMl HASIM- MWID MAMC- Ntsa UUMM
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THESE ARE "MOOD PILLS:
called "Equanil," produced by Wyeth Laboratories.
the beat known of the mild "Snti-anxlety" afeata.
The fad has reached, the point
where: party invitations some sometimes
times sometimes jokingly initial the letters,.
B.Y.O.T. -- Bring" Your, 0rn
Yet the emergence of ataric-
tics raises extremely s e r i o u S
Just how good are they?
What are their limitations?
What are their dangers?
"It is essential that we make'
sure these drugs, despite all their
values, are used in the right
manner," says Sen. Lister Hill
(D-Ala); chairman of the Senate
Appropriations : subcommittee
which is considering an author
ization of a million dollars' for.
the National Institutes of Men-,
tal Health to study the drug.
'"Efforts by ; the Institutes to,
look into this situation could be
stepped, up. This is a very im important
portant important development and we are
going to keep a careful watch
to make sure action is taken to
assess the tranquilizers"
Hill further sees the nossibili-
ty of a Congressional invest-,
gation of the mood pills. Accord According
ing According to estimates he has, at least ;
a, million Americans received a-.
taractics through general prac-
titioners and private psychia psychia-trists
trists psychia-trists during the last year.
In medical circles the advent
of tranquilizers is not creating
calm, to say the least.- v
Mike Gorman, executive sec
retary of the National Mental
Health Committee, makes this
demand: y-'-J1; '";';
."I urge the Congress to state
in no uncertain terms that the
National institutes of Mental
Health stop dodging this prob-
lent of drug) evaluation. Tb ey,
KnuM K rAniiirAH tn 'tfitrc: fill
responsibility and make annual
rvDorts to Coneresa on their..,
progress. i ;
"There- is a desperate need "tranqullizing tablets a day, he
for a complete evaluation and v oon was able to relax,; get more
study of the new drugs. Amid .' sleep and work out his job prob prob-the
the prob-the welter of claims and counter ,ems with more confidence.
claims in the technical and psy-y; 'Many cases do not turn out
chiatric publications, there is a;r well," says the j physician,
paucity of statistical evidence "but, when ataractics work, it's
based upon scientifically control- the most beautiful' and drama drama-led
led drama-led evidence.". tic thing 'I've, ever seen.';
NIMH officials deny they are
dodging a study and stress that
they have a number of research
projects digging into ataractics.
Instituted Director Robert Fe-
lix. also points out that NIMH, is
financing a national : conference
problems of evaluating ttie.
The National Research Coun-. ,j front lines," reports another doc doc-ell.,
ell., doc-ell., is handling the details .of 'the w t6r.','.kA''-.v'v ; : : r -i-'
meeting which is also b e I n g '"Every guy on the street who
sponsored by the American Psy- has emotional trouble hits us
chiatric Association. fn-gt And there are always some
" -doctors who give out phone pres-
llead-shrinkers J cnptions for ataractics just to
'- ... ; : f keep patients out of lheir hair.
The. furious fad for serenity A' few others' are laying out the
pills threatens to turn America's pills like fire water.
- lf you are counting
-: V .-VV
- Adminiitration to invtsti
Shown bere Is the
It is one of
general practitioner into
' time psychiatrist.
- It bw already given a few o-verly-enthusiastic
chance to be shot gun head head-.'ahnnkers
.'ahnnkers head-.'ahnnkers who hand out mood
pill prescriptions over the phone.
' This is one' repercussion that
i responsible medical men see as
Va result of the 'mushrooming de-
'mand pn the part of the public
for drugs they can gobble for
- relief from tensions,
v 'There are large numbers of
situations today where the ad advice
vice advice and guidance of the gener general
al general practitioner and the use of
. tranquilizers are sufficient to
tide patients over," says Dr.
'John Schultz, chief psychiatrist
, of. the D. C. general Hospital,
where a number of tests with
ataractics have-been, conducted.
. "The prevalence, of neurotic -'.,
disturbances in our ; population
:' is overwhelming,"' he points out. -1''
"Not everybody can see a psy psy--
- psy-- chiatrist. Sc it is left to the gen-'
eral practitioner to- relieve- dis
comfort." V.' t-
There is no question, that ma many
ny many physicians are 'dazzled by
the results tranquilizers bring
about.,". .. ..-':;w':. ; l. :
; "'Whe?e have you been hiding
; away that- atuff for. all these
years", is the reaction of a
, number of .patients of a promi prominent
nent prominent general practitioner here.
;In each of these, cases he has
- cautiously given tranquilizers to
' government officials and busi.
1 ness .; men who i are overcome
with routine worries or jumpy
nerves and high blood pressure.
'- One man, for example, found
that the pressures of a nigh lev-
el staff meetina? at
the end 01
each, week were giving him a
- V hmA' mej nf tha iiHr IT h0sn
to lose sleep and felt he was not
cominetiD to nar at -'work.- -:ff'
tt-:'-'KOa' being... put ; on several
' It is results such as these that
people hear about ,
Thus the .general practioner
today finds "that be. is besieged
more;. and ; more by neurotics, ;
pseudo-neurotics and' emotional emotionally;
ly; emotionally; upset, person; who want tra,
quilizers. ' .; 'v:'.'' ' -i
p ....... JL. ... .1-1
we re use ins imaiairy on m
i?n swapping your
HOW TRANQUILIZERS HELP: Calmed by ataractic drug, this
mental patient Is able- to relax over a book. "Happy pills" eld
. psychiatrists In leading her back to a normal life.
r f. -' v
One? of the rnost- acute i prob-; It Is estimated that total .an .an-lems
lems .an-lems for the general practitioner nuai sales are running from 75 to
is -evaluating -the 'raft of mate-; 100 million dollars.
, rial which drug houses send him v
about their products. , ;
' Rosy' Testimonials ','
Invariably these- patent medi
cine type of. testimonials paint
rosypictures and cite numerous
cases fof saccess,
. Recently a drug firm sent con confidential
fidential confidential letters to doctors bear bearing
ing bearing the firm president's- name
which said in part: "? ;
. AYou' may have read or may
be reading in. your newspajier a
bout a potent new staractic drug
MIKE GORMAN:. A desperate
need: for complete evaluation.
,.;. rMV',. 1
."It is almost impossible'to con.
trol. publicity' oh r an important
; new. scientific achievement. Bu Busy
sy Busy reporters are finding out a-
bout i in ; locations
- where; If is' being clinically inves
. "Because we want you to know
about from- us,' and
not from--the newspaper,.. L am
writing you this letter to give
you 'the gist of .the preliminary
findings., t V. ' ",' ;
"Pre-release" publicity is unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate because we are nofnuite
ready to make 'i' 'r avail avail-.
. avail-. able.:'.t;ri:'-;-' .- -f V :-j
Yet at the time this leUerwas
in -the works the firm wvited a
number' of science writers to a
hospital in Washington for the
purposed presenting and pum-
rising the results of the ataractic
anil. -, A 'Vv
Too Much Pushing
, " ' i
''Some of 'the drug houses- are
pushing tranquilizing drugs ex excessively,"
cessively," excessively," says Gorman. :
"Many of them actually do' the
writing and, research for a num number
ber number of the so-called scientific pa papers
pers papers that are carried in techni technical
cal technical journals." -
' Few rroduction figures have
been released, but experts agree
the .ataractic business f is boom booming.,
ing., booming., .t .j, ,' r
worries for a bottle
.1 he best known of the mud
type tranquilizers' are Miltown
and Equanil. The former is pro-:
duced by Carter Products, .the
latter by Wyeth Laboratories.
"The: demand for Euqnll ; to
?' -date indicates the long-felt need
1 lor t safe and effective drug to
relieve common tensions and an
xieties," says Wyeth President
Harry S. Howard.
! Among the newest of the mild
drugs is Atarax, put out by Chis.
Pfizer & Co. .which is for t b e
"tenser emotionally f disturbed
normal person seen in the office
" of the general practitioner,, not
the hospitalized mentally ill pa-
tient," . -..
Sorrowful Cases fl'f
-.MTraMuilizers,.-. the new, hanni
, ness pills, are helping to combat
, sorrowful cases of alcoholism
and drug addiction. m
. The new serenity drugs msy ;
now open the way towards win-'
ning the toughest battle of all J
withdrawal from the bottle or the
. needle. ,
' From the acute alcoholic to the
persons on the brink of heavy
drinking, various ataractics are
proving that they can' assist
drunkards to a sober life.
; 1 Teacher
Take the case of a wo m a n
school teacher in her late thirties
who .began to hit the bottle.
One of the reasons seemed to
be the stress of handling a rtm rtm-'
' rtm-' bunctious class of fourth, grad graders.
ers. graders. ' . 'r
' By '.Thursday nights her emo emotions,
tions, emotions, were about to explode and
"they often did in the form of a a
aevere drinking bout Usually a
substitute teacher bad to fill in
; for her on Friday. -'
Finally, she was put in touch
with a psychiatrist who p r e
. scribed- one t mild tranquilizer
tablet three times a day. Soon
she was' able to cope with the
children five days a week with with-J
J with-J out a binge. : - -
. "The drug cut down some of
" the stress and gave her a chance
' to set her sights again and work
' out a better adjustment to life,"
" says the psychiatrist
He also points to the case of a
vhigh strung professional man
wno started drinking to excess,
Soon his condition became eri-
,'. After one terrible bout he land landed
ed landed in the alcoholic section of the
; District of Columbia general
An injection of a tranquilizer
' by attendant when he first ar arrived
rived arrived quickly changed him from
: a belligerent drunk to a reason
After he dried out and left the
hospital he was put on sn atarac-
1 "Whereas he would have been,
' drinking again in a week,' says
r TRANQUILIZED MONKEY: Given a barbitnate, monkey t
anenkey at left Is alert dose of tranquilizer, which relaxei
the psychiatmt "he stayed so sober
ber sober for six weeks. This gave us
time to work with him and try.
to straighten out some of his
problems. He has been sober for
six months now."
Dr. Anthony Zappala, Director
of the Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Program in Washington,, reports
that during the year about 150 of
his patients have .received tran tran-i
i tran-i quilizers.- ,
"These drugs -are an important
adjunct to what we are going,"
says Zappala. ."They prolong the
' period of sobriety and slow down
an accumulation of tensions that
contribute to drinking.
"They make the alcoholic, feel
that his problems and responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities are not insurmountable.
They five ego strength without
dulling his perceptions.
"But if you put all your chips
on tranquilizers,, you're going to
flop,", he adds. '.'- ,
"Yoik can't ever- get a- com com-pletely
pletely com-pletely free ride, and it's danger dangerous
ous dangerous to get into the habit of giv giv-pills
pills giv-pills instead of attention."! 1
Numerous other doctors deal dealing
ing dealing with alcoholics and drug ad addicts
dicts addicts are discovering the poten.
tiauties of ataractics.
v At the Washington Hospital in
Boston, Mass., for example, Dr.
Joseph Thimann and Dr. Joseph
W. Gauthier administered a mud
tranquilizer to alcoholics.
They reported that 75 per cent cent-of
of cent-of the 65 patients trested "re-'
ceived some benefit from Mil-
town during the withdrawal pe-:
riod, including 58 per cent who
' showed good to very good lm lm-provement."
Application of .the drug to 0 0-piate
piate 0-piate and barbituate addicts has
been limited up to now.
But indications are that tran tranquilizers
quilizers tranquilizers relieve some of the a a-gonies
gonies a-gonies addicts suffer when they
attempt to lay off. .'
Wyeth ; Laboratories tecently
introduced an ataractic c ailed
Sparine which they claim is de designed
signed designed specifically for the acute
alcoholic, psychotic and drug ad-
dirt. ' -; .- '
' Used on some 50 drug addicts
at D.C. General Hospital if was
found that there was less pain
and nausea while going through
the withdrawal stagea.
Tranquilizers often kill anxie-:
ties,-but sometimes they boome boomerang
rang boomerang to severe depression or e e-yen
yen e-yen suicide.
This is the other side of, the
"peace pill" coin' which appears
' to be a penny from heaven for
millions of emotionally disturb-
' ed Americans.
DR. JOHN SCHULTZ : Every Every-body
body Every-body can't see a psychiatrist.
In most eases to date the
bright side lands up. When it
doesn't, however, the result is
sometimes a suicidal tailspin.
Recently, for example, the
Colorado. State Medical Society
warned that peace of mind
should not be bought at the drug
store like aspirin.
In a statement they said: ;'.
"Remember this: There is no
safe 'happy pill' that ean.be taken
as aspirin is taken for a passing
"And in some cases they are"
not really 'happy pills' at all.
They can make a mental depres depression,
sion, depression, a ease of the 'blues,' even
deeper. Suicides have -been re reported
ported reported in the aftermath of 'hap-
nv din AaDDiness."
r w .
A poignant ease in point
AGILE MONKEY STAYS THAT WAY as he's tossed In air f iter
. tranquilizer dose. But sometimes the result is a tailspin. 1
;Harry Goodwin, one of the most ton area who keep an extra csre-well-hked,;;
press,, photographers i ful eye on patients taking the
in Washington. :-: - tablets.
Under treatment for high blood Htfs and' other "doctors have
pressure, he recently shot him- found that strictly physical aide-
eu iour inunins juier ne -started
taking daily doses of a tranqui tranquilizer
lizer tranquilizer drug: I- ;; ,.
Due to obvious signs of de depression
pression depression he was ordered off the
drug a month before his death.
But it was apparently too late.
' Psychiatrists and physicians
have found that the depressive
'quagmire which patients some-'
times suddenly sink into is dif difficult
ficult difficult to shake off, .-.
1 For this reason several new -1
drugs have been introduced to
counter the depressive effect.
One is Ritalin put out by Ciba
Pharmaceutical -Products, Inc.
It is a mild stimulant that bright brightens
ens brightens mental outlook without caus causing
ing causing a depressive rebound.
Ciba has also combined Rita-
lin with their stiffer ataractic
Serpasil to form a new drug call called
ed called Serpatilin. .
""Nevertheless many doctors are
extremely uneasy about tranqui tranquilizers.
lizers. tranquilizers. 'I'm terrified by the bogyman
of depressive reaction," says a
prominent doctor in the Washing-
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in hi tiiar
FAYHE I DAHJL FMINS
kit ima.ni mm -tm nun
9"'v fee foghf
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right is nnconsclons, whereas
without .dulling; the senses!
euecis can develop.
Jaundice or infection of the Iiv-
: er is the biggest worry.
: Other difficulties can be nasal
obstruction, lethargy, aching legs
and rashes. ,
- Jn recent months doctors have
hoisted; warning signals to their
, colleagues in the use of atarac ataractics.
'The greatest danger is 'the
G.p. who gives the patient a
.large supply of drugs and then
does not keep in touch with him,"
says.'Dr.i Winifred Overholser,
superintendent of federally sup-
' ported St. Elizabeth's Hospital
' Mr .(, : f
t .- ' '..-,i-,i- I.
"Self-medication is highly dan dan-.,
., dan-., gerous and the drugs, must a, a,-.
. a,-. ways be prescribed," he stress stresses.
es. stresses. -.,
."If the tranquiliing- drugs are
half as good as their enthusiasts
say, they will tend to fill a meat
, void," says John Harvery, depu.
ty commissioner of the Food
- and Drug Administration.
"About we are not going to for-
"get about them We are watch watching
ing watching for any signs' of dangerous
effects, that may harm the p u b b-lic
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Shows: 1:15 S:42 6:09 -8:50p.m.K-
The boldest story of love
" you have ever been1
permitted to see.
With the Best Actresi of
ZZZZ IUed PAIJ-L
THERE are any number of
, flowers, leaves, barks, mosses
and roots available In summer
ments In natural dyeing right at
home. Some examples are shown
above and below.
Suppose you were asked to
guess what colors these plants
would nmduca renerallv do votl
think you could answer correctly ?
Let's see. A space ts provided in
each Illustration in which to try.
may be checked with those given
at right . -;
- Those who seek to conduct
actual experiments with natural
dyes will find books oa the sub
ject at the public library. Aside
from the fun of experimenting,
there is the advantage of being
able to produce unusual colors
by a process of combining or
overdyeing.' Colors may be har
monized and matched to uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, draperies, clothing, slip
Making the dyes themselves Is
a rather simple process, but there
are other preparations, such as
chemical treatment of materials
to be dyed, which must also be
takes Into consideration.
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STEP LIVELY PLEASE
IT you are very
much of a pe pedestrian
destrian pedestrian yourself
. you, doubt less,
may have fre frequently
quently frequently seen the
young miss pic pictured
tured pictured here hiking
along at a lively
were attracted by
.. to such an extent
that y o u won won-'
' won-' dered Just who
she was. Her
Identity, as a
matter of fact, is
really no secret
as you can read readily
ily readily discover. Her
name U plainly
shown. Study the
and In the lines of the portrait you wui ana we let letters
ters letters that spell her name. How quickly can you make
qoud not n mvi 1 )M pd ewes sua iar
Work Patch-Work USING crayons
pencils of three
shades, or three
different kinds of
color each seg segment
ment segment of the quilt
at right so that
ao two adjacent
areas are of the
A solution ap appears
pears appears elsewhere
on the page but
try not to peek
until you've at attempted
tempted attempted to solve
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Questionable Sub jects Riddle
ASK i silly question, get silly answer that's
r the gist of the following test. How many of
the question can you answer "correctly T
1. What la It that asks no questions and yet re requires
quires requires many answers T
2. If a man gave one son 13 cent and another 10
cents, what time would It bet J
3. What grows bigger the more you contract it?
4. What Is lighter than a feather but harder to
hold?' ; '-
. Whv Is the nose In the middle of the face?
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MARK OF CONTENTION
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RJ.A NK CHECK FOR FIGURERS
TO SOLVB this wits tetter, pro- WA. U
1 ceed as in a crossword pus pus-ele,
ele, pus-ele, using numbers instead of
letters for the answers. Insert a
single digit in each square. The
trick is to get answers that will
function across and down.
L Office hours: to
8. How many cents in an ac accent?
4. The number of letters in the
name of the .state that contains:
Fresno, Shasta, Butte, Napa.
5. Year the Dodgers won their
first World Series: 19.
- 6. Daffynition of ."mouth":
of the things of opened by mis- i
8. Eighteen tons is now many
9. One more than the normal
human pulse per minute: 73, 9S.6,
10. The key was left in the
Ignition of 32, 62. or 927 of
12. The Styx river Encircled
the lower world now many times?
13. be. rich, some fellows
' 'l. Safety Slogan: A cat has L
lives, a pedestrian, only . V
. 2. One-half of the U. S. Presi Presi-i
i Presi-i dent's salary, in thousands of
dollars: one-half the number of
quarts In a bushel. 1
3. Give them crystal on this
B. Number of million French Frenchmen
men Frenchmen that can't be wrong.
., 7, Flattery is of times soft
soap and soft soap Is lyet
8. Of the Big Killers among
human aliments, apoplexy is
9. Eleven times the number of
v 11. Life Is short be little.
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A Game That Makes You Take Sides
Four, of a Kind
THERE were four card players
Taylor, Roberts, Peters' and
Bronson. Each brought and
smoked only his favorite brand
of clgareta., At the beginning of
the evening Brand-R (filter
tipped) and Brand-Q packs were
both unopened, the Brand-L Pack
contained three cigarets and the
Brand-C pack, 10.
From the following facts see if
you can determine who smoked
which brand, and how many of
each kind was left at the end of
the evening:". ';-v;:.;;;v
(1) Roberta dealt first, giving
to one of the players four black
treys and to Peters three aces.
(2) The Brand-R man smoked
more than anyone else, Including
two more than Bronson.
(3) The Brand-C man asked
Bronson to pass Peters the
(4) The man who was dealt an
unusual hand, absent-mindedly
lit the tip end of his fifth clgaret.
- (S) Bronson smoked half of his
original supply, or eight more ;
. (6) The Brand-C man had at
the beginning as many plus half
as many as he smoked plus 2
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t PM "II H0iUS H-putJa OS pq
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gets to climb
a pyramid much
less race up one's
sides, but that opportun
ity is afforded here in the
form of a pyramid-like
maze. Two persons may
make It into a contest
Turn the figure above about so
that the apex Is at the top. At
the bottom are two Indentations
which designate starting points.
Choose one of the openings, leav leaving
ing leaving another for your opponent
Then, with a pencil, see if you
can trace your way up the side
of the pyramid to the top ahead
of your opponent You must do it
without crossing lines or retrac retracing
ing retracing any part of the route.
BRIEF RKP0RT8 on select nets
books o Merest to home
craftsmen, hobbyists and eoUec
tort. Selected by Clark Kinnairi.
Winning Baseball, by Ethan
Allen (A. 8. Barnes ft Co, 96
pages: 13). An analysis of the.
fundamentals of baseball strategy
and tactics, for novice managers
and coaches as well as new mem members
bers members of organised teams. There
are photo Illustrations of line
points of pitching, catching, ln ln-fleldlng,
fleldlng, ln-fleldlng, outfielding, batting and
baterunning taken from movies
Of famous performers. ;
Making Things of Wood, by
Lyle P; Soeteber and Paul R.
Moore (Chan, A. Bennett Co.,
Peoria, 111,, 150 pages; $3), Plans
and orocedures for 17 furnishing
and decorative Items make it a
useful guide for home craftsmen.
Guide to Great Plays, by Jo Joseph
seph Joseph -T. Shipley (Public Affairs
Presi, 367 pages: $10).- Mr. Ship Shipley
ley Shipley cyclopedia volume deals with
clpss to 700 notable plays.
W, that speaks
eqoe sv tuaaav
AT the annual
archery eon eon-test
test eon-test of the Mathe Mathematician's
matician's Mathematician's So Society
ciety Society esxb mem member1
ber1 member1 was given
nine arrows, and
was told to show
his skill by strik striking
ing striking the nine
digits in the tar target,
get, target, going from
on to nine in nu numerical
merical numerical order.
were successful In doing this. These archers
were then asked to show their mathematical ability
by adding, subtracting, or multiplying their scores
so that the final amount would be 100. The nine
digits bad to be kept In the correct numerical order!
The two mathematicians were successful! Each of
them gave a different solution! ; ,., ... v
1 S S 4 1 8 ss 100
Can TOU replace the asterisks with addition,
subtraction or multiplication signs to have the nine
rfirita total 100? Parentheses may be used to croup
no mam rftrfte. If wiiurv. i: -. ? t i ?
nia m nid I ( Jtqiony '001 no (fixgj i
nd l inja
Three Tiny Tots Fun With Cryptograms
JOAN Is 4,380 times as old as
John, who Is twice as old as
Jsne. They all have the same
mother, who Is 20 times as old as
Joan. The turn of their ages Is
little over 21 years. What are
the -children's ages?
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TUNE Is famous for Its weddings; Robert Louis
d Stevenson for his writings. The two cross swords
the following thought which the famed author
Is said to have expressed. It's presented in the form
of a substitution crypt for you to solve. How quick quickly
ly quickly can you do It?
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JXBMOXK SXT ZW GOT CXNW BMAEq-
Cryptic Klnt: Single-Ietter words are' generally
either A or L In this cue It's A. Can you take It
;frotn there? ...;. :
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TANCT had a
i dream that 10
of her relatives
had come to visit
her In the coun country.
try. country. All ten are
hidden in the
drawing at right.
How quickly can
Pencil Poser for Junior Readers
(uizaowoni WitkWi$doM?Mi iheMle
It's Your More
BOOTS, the kitten, and her
friend, ; Hector, seem to be
frolicking outdoors In the draw drawing
ing drawing above, but something Is ob obviously
viously obviously missing from the scene.
To complete the picture, draw
a continuous series of straight
lines from dot 1 to dot 17. Where
two numbers are close to one dot,
use the dot for both. Add appro appropriate
priate appropriate colors later.
LAURA found a piece of string.
She remarked that she would
cut It In two. parts so that one
length was exactly four-fifths of
the other. The string was 30
Inches Isng. How long were the
pieces Into which she cut It?
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Bit ffupene i'heffer
1 City where Jesus raised the
' widow's son from the dead
10 One of the cities in the inheri inheritance
tance inheritance of the tribe of the chil children
dren children of Benjamin (Josh. 18:24)
14 What is he that demeth the
rather andt the Son? (1 John
1 Malt beversces.
17 Place of Mohammedan pil pil-r
r pil-r rim ages.
19 Climbing plant
20 Hydrocarbon radiesl oxides.
22 Anglo-Saxon money.
24 Middle (comb. form -'
28 Had pleasant expression.
33 Goddess of dawn.
84 Exists. -3
- 39 Deed.
40 In what did David dwell and
name it the city of David?
(2 Sara. 3 9)
41 Small secluded valleys.
42 Grafted (her.)
44 Watchful. ..
45 General appearance (couoq.)
49 English coin (abbr.)
47 River In Brazil.
53 Regret extremely.
54 Paul compared this to mount
Sinai as to covenants of tho
gospel CiaL :z
87 Prom what place did David
' flee to escape Saul? 1 Sam.
62 This son of Beer 'reigned In
Edom (Gen. 36:32)
63 Pieces out . v
65 Type of suto.
66 Large bundle.
67 Worshiper. ;
69 Month in which the wall of
Jerusalem was finished (Men.
. 6:15) .
2 The dilL
3 Restless yearning rcolloq.)
- 4 Fine.
6 A son of Jether (1 Chr. 7:38)
7 Storage tower for fodder.
8 Dei pot.
' 9 Vessels for cooking.
10 Chairmen wield these,
13 Musical setting of Biblical
13 Tribe to which Anna, the
. orohetess. belonged (Luke
15 Mount to which Elisha went
, before returning to Samaria
(3 Ki. 2:23)
27 Bombyeld moths.
28 One to whom Psul sent salu-,
tation Rom. 16:13)
' 29 Gullet-like.
32 Turn inside out
, 38 Go in.
39 Prefix: before.
41 Disease of equines,
44 Very small amount
45 Country into which Paul went
and stayed three months (Acts
47 Name that God gave Jacob
0 I9M. Kf restates lysaieste. lae.
49-Web-footed diving bird.
81 One in the group of priests
that went up for the dedica-.
tion of the wall of Jerusalem
82 Third word of handwriting on
wall (Dan. 8:23)
84 French abbot
56 One of- the tribes of Israel
88 Electrified particles.
59 The pike. ..
60 Copier. .
61 Queen of the goda
64 Dry, as wine.
68 Note ip the scale.
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Y BITE'S Intent on a quick
W bere. He baits Black
with two moves and sets up his
coup de grace with a third. White
moves first, traveling up the
board. It takes him four moves
- to wiU
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jJT"" MIDDLE OF NOWHERE-An RCAF helicopter arrives at a barren site somewhere
" along the Mid-Canada detection line across North America. The 'copter Is playing -a
vital part in freighting building; materials an supplies t(Kinaccessible sites.
OLD, GANNON BOARS'
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As crowd wotches, one of the "soldiers" pours powder (left) for ancient cannon;
J ;. fwir pANNQN fire echoed from
1 ; Fort Frederick,, in
4 Maryland, recently, but no
- 'f-YiV' one called for the state mili
tia to intervene because it
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signaled the start of the fort's
200th anniversary.. It is the
oldest surviving fort of the
days of .'the Indian, raiders.
Men from the Clear Spring,
Md.,'area, all wearing beards
and Yankee soldier uniforms,
loaded the fort's old Civil war
- cannon with black, powder
ana nrea it. rney used news-
, papers to make wads to hold
the powder m place. It took
four tries before the" cannon
actually went off. After the
firing, one of the boys beat a
drum and called the other
"soldiers", to see the dam damage
age damage done by the "blast.'' The
fort was built near Clear
Spring as protection against
Indians. In Civil war, it
served the Northern forces as
a defense point along the Po
tomac river, but no serious
fighting raged around it It's
- .;.'.: ;.- Powder is rammed In. Gun overlooks the Potomac popular, tourist attraction.
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Concession from the exploding cannon fired shutter on camera, making this photo..
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STAY 'WAY FROM HIS DOOR--Jackie Costello isn't scared of this big, bad European :
, wolf, because he knows it's only stuffe Animal is part of carnival in New .York--:
if iiim rii, r iiimi ii- r im mtm M i n mMm
A SIGNAL HONOR Paul Swaffar, secretary of the
American Hereford association, makes 17-year-old
Shirley Ann. Mclntyre very happy as he hands -her
the group's Junior membership No. 1 in Kansas City;
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A TOKEN OF FRIENDSHIP From the people of Brazil, in South America, comes
this monument the Chafariz. dos Contos. (Fountain of Tales)- to the. people of
Brazil, Ind. 5a' city of 10,000. persons -The green, yellow and blue monument is to
be dedicated in Brazil with a parade. Indiana's Gov. George N. Craig and Mayor :,;
Ted McCoy will accept monument from Brazilian ambassador Joao Carlos Muniz.
THEY'RE ALL DOLIS When the mother of three baby -squirrels
was killed by an auto iri OconomoWoc, Wis.,
the Edward Conrad family sort of adopted them. Ed,
4, is feeding one of the squirrels while the others wait
A PRIVATE SHOWING Marie Dionne (right)i, one of the four remaining tionne ; I
quintuplets, takes her sisters through her flower" shop in Montreal during private r-i
showin.T Flower shop is called "Salon Emilie," after their late sister, Emilie. The.',
sisters, who aie 22 this month, are (from left) Annette, Yvonne,. Cecile and Marie, ;-"
MICTrtDir CiriHT Tnan
of William and Mary, poses on a fence at Jamestown BEAST AND THE BEAUTY Lovely Yoko Kashiwagi should get an A for effort for
Va., site of first permanent English settlement in the w,ay e s?ms 4 approvensf the hornble makeup British actor Anthony Quinn
America.; Jt will celebrate 350th anniversary in 1957. wses for hl? role as Quaso, the hunchback ,in the movie, Notre Dame de Parts.
, Jtir Feature Syndicate
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iTZuriY CUnnilAH Get A Rsh, She Also Got Excited.
: r (See Day in the Bay, Pge 2 and 3)
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JTANAMA, R. F SUNDt JUNE 17, 1956
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A TRANSITING SHIP slows In the channel to pick ap Canar seamen.
FLAT-TOP ISLAND. Retirement home, mebbe?
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ED CHANDLER wore floves, Bt U prevent frostbite on hi I
hands, bat to protect them against the fins of the 'fish w j
THIS IS BONA LIGHTHOUSE. No. that's not whitewash
the rocks, brother. v .
YOU DONT have to fish. The ladies can"sit Tna tiik lfk." Rarbsira tlisiein. left.
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ADVENTUROUS PEOPLE eonU ,eq,te;.,thla tonJk,.and come
rat the crack, seen on the far side. A jl2?5Li1-elL tfJLlSii
Stgjf teste Srrrttd
SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 19f3
alKKEIJl PIlRRINfi below, sun -hlninr varmlv. nMU all
around, no wonder my daughter, Fairlee, looks happy.
ENJOYING FUN in the sun are., 1 to r, Jim Manning', Ken Burnham and Louis Toth. t
(Pix and text by
. 'RALPH K. SKINNER)
the water that seems to generate
ail appetite. It takes an experienc experienced
ed experienced fisherman who can restrain him
Do vou sometimes want to et self as late as ten o'clock in the
away from the office to some quiet! morning before he starts asking,
snot where the messeneer bovi"Is it lunchtime yet?"
can't bring you something with a We have seen folks Who started
Rush tag, and where you can t ev-.on their lunches oeiore tney were
en hear the phone ring?- out of the channel, -and finished
Try a day in the bay, iiave some, them Detore arriving ai .aooga
OVER the trolling r.J is ttfie the Otoque vl-Ias.
fan in the sun.
Matter of fact. I thought either
of those phrases might be a good
title for this feature, uay .in ine
Bay or fun m xne bun. v
' While talking to Capt. Alan Wal
lace., PC oitot. I mentioned I was
considering writing about a fish-!
ing xcursion where -the principal!
catch was a warm sense oi sans sans-f
f sans-f action rather than an icebox full
of denizens of the deep. Capt. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace then suggested a third title. It
was ---No Fun. in. the pisn..r o..
"While fishing is the excuse offer
ed for whole crowds of people to
en on boating excursions into ra
nama Bar regularly, it is the sense
or complete relaxation ana Tesi Tesi-ful
ful Tesi-ful contentment which is the, real
drawing' card. -J.-.;: ';,'- v
Many days, whole Boatloads troll
from the spar .buoy to Pedro Gon
zalez island, or irora isdoki w
Bona without a nibble. But they
don't express much disappointment.
They had plenty of run anyway.
It often appears that when you
catch fish on such a fishing trip,
it is a sort of bonus. An extra divid
end added to the pleasure of being
with your friends on -an informs'
happy outmg in tne saity air, wiu
ir without sunshine, as; the case
mar be. . v
You can forget the fishing equip
ment, the bait or your sunglasses
but don't forgot your lunch, somr
potato chips and something liquu
The salt air evokes an insati
able desire for something salty, and
potato chips are convenient an answer.
swer. answer. With a fair-sized party on
board, a big tin of chips melts like
a snowball in the oven. ,)
: Liquid refreshments always seem
to be in demand. On the outward
voyage, they are Used .tp. fill the
ice boxes where, the fish are sun
posed to be stored on the home homeward
ward homeward voyage, Lots of ice g e
wasted waiting for, fish that never
get caught.;' :yi :yi-.
. :yi-. For teetotallers like myself, a
gallon of lemonade is a good start,
or mebbe two cases of carbonat
For others, it is usually beer. Ap
parently beer is the limit with no nothing
thing nothing stronger allowed on- small
boats generally. May have some-
In the course of several fishing
trips (yes. I've caught some fish.
too!) I've been around several of
the islands in the bay. It is fascina
ting to me to get in close and see if
people live on them, haye garden
patches or big plantations,, etc.
Sometimes you will see a native
house on the edge of a. coconut
Plantation, right aoove a nasty
'edge of rocks.. You will also see
oat there, too. Then you realize
'.hat the resident there puts his
oat there, too. Then you. realize
hat the resident there puts his
oat down into that rough water
If the rocks every time he goes
There's something about travel onunywhere. It's amazing to a land-
lubber how anyone could do it.
On our last day in the bay, we
went far out to get some big ones.
We saw some big fish, too, per perhaps
haps perhaps dozen or more feet long.
But we Qidn t catch them. They
were porpoise, the playboys of the
sea.- Graceful to watch, they can
entertain one for hours, but they
also drive away the game fish we
wero after, I was. told, s
From Balboa, Taboguilla and Tan
bog a seem close, together.. Actual
ly there is a good-sized island, call
ed Urava, between them, Our cru.
iser went between Taboga and U.
rava. We could see the pineapple
groves on the steep hillsides, and
m the distance the pretty town of
Taboga. v :,;t.. : .
,we reminded some newcomers
that Taboga was once the princi principal
pal principal watering place for sailing ships
enroute to California, We pointed
out Morro Island over which the
British flag flew at one time, and
where extraterritorial rights were
granted Jack Tar.-There are books
in the library about this, for those,
interested. ?". r
-There are some points of interest
between Taboga and Otoque but I
was curious about this island which
has two unusual fishing villages-.' v
On oDDosite sides of the i3'and,
the villages are named Otoque O O-riente
riente O-riente and,"Otoque. Occldente. The.
signttication is tne same as u mey
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There appears to he a reet oar oar-rler
rler oar-rler in front of each village. Ac
tually" however, there Is an en entrance
trance entrance through., the reef which the
villagers know and at nisn iwe,
kiM w-iakiMtf UAceala Mil mtfr HAfAL
ly. The small channel ends in a
cove which is right in the heart of
the village. As the tide goes out, the
vessels careen there.
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. By GERARD MANLIY HOPKINS
This darksome burn, horseback browa,
His rollrock highroad roaring down,
In coop and la comb the fleece of hit loam
Flutes and low to the lake falls home.
A wlndpuff -bonnet of fawn-iroth .
Turns and twlndles over the broth
Of a pool so pitchblack, fell-frowning,
It rounds and rounds Despair to drowning.
Degged with dew, dappled with dew
Are the groins of the braes that the brook breads through,
Wiry heathpacka, flitches of fern,
And the beadbonny ash that sits over the burn.
What would the world be once bereft
Of wet and of wlldness? Let them be left,
O let them be left, wlldness and wet;
Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet
IN THE VALLEY. OF THE ELWY
I remember a house where all were good
To me, God knows, deserving no such thlrig: ?
Comforting smell breathed at very entering,
Fetched fresh, as I suppose, off some sweet wood.
That cordial air made those kind people a hood
All over, as a bevy of eggs the mothering wing -.
Will, or mild nights the new morsels of spring:
Why. it seemed of course; seemed of right it should.
Lovely the woods, waters, meadows, combes, vales,
All the air things wear that build this world of Wales;
Only the inmate does not correspond:
God, lover of souls, swaying considerate scales,
Complete thy creature dear O where it falls,
Being mighty a master, being a father and fond.
, By A. E. nOUSMAN
Wake: the silver dusk returning v..
Up the beach of darkness brims,
And the ship of sunrise- burning
Strands upon the eastern rims.
Wake; the vaulted shadow shatters,
- Trampled to the floor it spanned,
And the tent of night in tatters
Straws the sky-pavilioned land.
Up. lad, up, tis late for lying:
Hear the drums of morning play;
Hark, the empty highways crying.
.'Who'll beyond the hills away?'
Towns and countries woo together,
Forelands beacon, belfries call; -,
Never lad that trod on leather
Lived to feast his heart with all.
Up, lad: thews that lie and cumber
Sunlit pallets never thrive;
Morns abed and daylight slumber
Were not meant for man alive.
Clay lies still, but blood's a rover;.
Breath's a ware that will not keep.
Up. lad: when the journey's over
There'll be time enough to sleep.
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The Washington Merry-Go-R6uhd
By DREW PEARSON
WAS5HIN6TON George Meany
had about 99 per cent suoDort
from AFL-CIO leaders for bis plan
to eliminate labor bosses who en engage
gage engage in conflicting business on the
side. Labor leaders who gathered
to dedicate the new AFL-CIO
headquarters opposite the White
House are equally dedicated to
purging those who have jobs on
the side with employers while sup supposed
posed supposed te be representing em employees.
This is the same kind of con conflict
flict conflict of interest that has cropped
up in the Eisenhower administra administration,
tion, administration, and Meany doesn't want la labor
bor labor to be guilty of the same thing.
However, he has a problem
chiefly with the same teamsters
that have caused him headaches
Jim Hoffa, powerful boss of the
Midwest teamsters and the man
who some day will succeed Dave
Beck, believes that if a labor
leader does" a --good job for his
men it's bo business of theirs hew
much money be makes for him
This is ia direct contrast to na national
tional national union chiefs.' Meany and
John L. Lewis, for Instance, live
modestly and simply. Walter Reu-
tber. who does likewise, believes
that the duty of a union executive
is to promote better education,
better diplomacy, anu peace.
PROFITS FOR WIVES
In contrast', Hoffa owns race
horses, once owned a race track
outside Columbus, Ohio; and his
wife is co-owner of the "Test-
Fleet Company," which operates
trucks carrying four cars each
which deliver the products of
Michigan motor factories all ever
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Significantly, Mrs. Hoff operates
under her maiden name, Jose
phine "Poszywak, while her part
ner, Alice Brennan, is the wife
of Bert Brennan, Hoffa's right
hand teamster in Detroit. The two
wives suddenly inherited : Test Test-Fleet
Fleet Test-Fleet after Hoffa settled a strike
in Flint, according to sworn tes
timony before the House Govern
mcnt Operations Committee.
After that strike was settled by
Hoffa aeainst the desires of
local usfcMi leaders .-- Mrs. Hoffa
hd MK.'Bert tveiman tooK over
tract to deliver cars. According to
congressional testimony, : they
made a $64,000 profit in lour years
with the investment of almost
no capital. '
As the House committee began
to dig into these matters in 1954,
however, Hoffa suddenly made a
deal through his fellow Michigan-
der, Postmaster General Summer-
field, to support GOP Sen. Hom
er Ferguson for re-eiection. After
that, the the investigation sudden
Hoffa refused to answer various
questions regarding the finances
and the holdings of his wife. He
appeared to be in contempt of
Congress. Unlike some of the Har
vard professors and schoolteach
ers who were hauled before Sena
tor McCarthy, however, he was
never cited for contempt.
BATTLE BETWEEN TEAMSTERS
' George Meany would have a rel
atively easy way of spanking Jim
Hoffa's operation' if the fighting
gets tough between the teamsters
and the AFL-CIO. He can with
draw the local charter of Paul
Dorf man's waste-materials han
dlers in' Chicago, j. ,1 ,. "vv.
Dorf man happens to" be one of
Hoffa's close buddies so
close that Dorfman's wife and son
received a million dollars in com commissions
missions commissions for handling Hoffa's wel wel-fair
fair wel-fair funds. When. Dorfman. was
crossexamined about this by a
House subcommittee he pleaded
the fifth amendment 'which could
be grounds for Meany's yanking
his AFL CIO charter. .
Hoffa has some- other interest interesting
ing interesting friends, and he sticks to them
regardless of their past. One is
Johnny Dio (originally Dioguard Dioguard-ian)
ian) Dioguard-ian) whom Dewey convicted in
New York for extortion.
Dio plays a backstage role In
the current battle between two
teamster factions for control of
New York City, one of them led
by John J. O' Rourke, former
president of the new teamsters
joint council, the other by Martin
Lacey. suonorted by Tom Hickey.
This battle is so complicated that
the average layman can t under understand
stand understand it. But, basically, O'Rourke
wants Hirkevf s jol
dent : of 'Ui 1 Tea
U is ivice" fcL
alongside Hoffa. Hoffa,' in turn.
hates Hickey and wants O'Rourke
to win. x
It was only a short lime aeo
that O'Rourke was the close '.
friend of Gov. Tom Dcwev. To
day he's being probed by Dewey.
pnnnni 1 wioa iiHrairrn ewav in
.wuvtrai tt a-4. v mvuiw waits aw
nni rnmnnitrn mfi-naiyor fap lummv
for governor and once for presi
aeni. dui ioaay me xiewey ooys
wnA MAW Flin IhA I V nttnMHArra
wruw iivn a wis uic u.aiLmurv m 1
office in' New York are investigat-.
ing u Kourke for alleged mobster
That is a cross-sectlonoT"lbe
cross-currents in the biggest un union
ion union in the world and indicates why
other trade-union leaders are sus-
VkUi.rkii(i! rt on I K(?4ilA 4inr vl
I'ivivwsvs aii awpi-Mv ivnmu wb
reimsiers. u aiso moicaEes we
tough job George Meany will have
AFL-CIO. ,. i
After Dave Beck, .boss Tof the
Teamsters Union, sold his home
to the teamsters, Jim Carey, head
of the AFL-CIO .Electrical Work
ers,. received the following tele
gram: "Please advise whether ru-
mor js true that Dave Beck has
offered to sell teamsters building
back to the teamsters," ; :
Indestructible Sen. Matt Neely of
West Virginia,' who has served in
congress longer wan any. omer
member, though not consecu
tion at-the. age of 80. Two hours
later he was up and telephoning
his office ... Hugh Gaitskell.
the British labor, leader, criticized
the British press while ur Wash Washington
ington Washington recently for giving too good
a break to Khrushchev and But
ganin. He pointed out that the
press failed to tell the British
public the two Russians would not
answer oral questions at a press
conference, only questions that
had been submitted-in advance,
in writing. As a result of this
press protection, the British, pub-,
lie got. the impression the Russian
had held a free-for-all, no-holds-barred
press conference f At Attorney
torney Attorney General Brownell will not
even hold a written -question press
conference. Despite repeated re.-
'que1.5 ne TiaJ tnot Tiefcf Wnff
enee, since ui pcioner, n
he ? -ve
Peter Ed son In
WASHINGTON (NEA) First They're being : worked out -with
construction under the new. 13-
Amerkan Association of State!
year, 37 Billion dollar federal aw Highway Officials
lor highways legislation should be- Acquiring rights of way for re-
10 Bureau ot ruDiic
No new organizations have
act up to handle it, in either fed- sponsibUity. But since the federal
rai ur stave goveramenis. mey re1 government
ready to roll.- jcent u money
ijvrn s, ii may ne iwo. uree payers interests
Vcshington Novs Nofcboo!;
t Marriage Mill Near Blooper
. By DOUGLAS LAKSEN and KENNKTB O. G1LM0RR :
WAaiTOGTON NKA)- If" the, finding sitters because of the Ian- party thrown by Rep. Keith Tbom-
I1KV1A n 3(1 anv tlwnioht fit liMk. onaffa It's k rA . n ... . xhvui-
m m-wyor ana an wife Thyra
for Mr. and Mrs. Him "iww
you're, Henderson of Cheyenne. Buck
according! located and aW highways ro-U .TtrT." ,uaaia Because of the Un-
ve to be1 ache This ?te ..S I m the tongue of Air Force Chief youngster k the sack at eight-
Kl!!LiSVa2! !? A'Jof Staff Gen. Nawan Twhmg with thirty if he knows what Wr.1
is putting up so per v HadU,0w!L I?? i'aik,D. Jt stashing claims to hare shot the elk,
nonev tthai tb. i ,whwi "sked B,m t0 Tlsit they hun when be doesn't under-l
t' to protect mdem- Utsod a word the sitter says 'Tm astonished at it." aa
fully operative. For many curves I written into taw mv law but BPR-nilM BurSM ? Scotch. But tor a
have to be straightened in a pro- official, hope TthwM'tT. to'J tmtiHM t?"ntln t
gram this big. use them ? -.... BoW own 'th bass
t maybe five yearr before the, miking sure there k no grift & ,1? .m J tt8Xu.w, ,re. c,omPMt"W", how-ish Ambassador Sir Roger Main.
. ;ew federal aid program will be land LZL Ctrtls.ve MLL'J& J uge sandwich!
i. w ocwb 4 inougoi we oniy reason tou
ConiM of the Bw kill will he -v...." L.it v... v Best Ot em
. i vjuj-. auvM au wc suitvs nave
dent Eisenhower aigns it mtolawJoies and trained appraisers to ac- SSLfSiltad vUit
; Apporttonnient of funds how quire locations at minimam costs.)
much each state will get under; Land values sometimes double pJnPu7 .....
the N per cent federal M formuta'.kSg nw highw.Ts U isT! Aif P0. JZrZ
The next step is for the states want good sites. Manufacturers' ri 8 snow the Russian
to send Bureau of Public Roads1 dndinT on truck totwBrS''uWJf-
Washington their lists of proj-'tioT graf thVra too ,"nsp?n .vodka department, if that become.
ct.V These are mere statements i J:-- J m. -; s; f : ..
f intent to build roads from A to! Bureau of Public Roads will set i .
B, C to D, etc., at such and such up a revolving fund to help atatesl big turnover among the
estimated costs.- lacquire rights of way, if and when diplomatic crowd eight lew am-.-
ttat- Hiikxw rnmnin. th ir. xhurt rash Rnsv.'bassadors and a raft of attaches
Engineer will then sit down with ments by later state legislature Mcretanes have- just wnyed secretary, AniU Bronken, has an an-sv
sv an-sv one of the nine BPR district engi- appropriation wiU then be used producmg most of the cocktail nounced her engagement That'
.eers for approval of specifica-1 to help other states. i I chatter these days. aa unbeatoble record in this town
tions. There must be VS. govern- It wiU be four or. five years,! House hunting among the 'lower, where gals have to scramble to
nmf .kit iKhr. itit. rih KPt MipinMra Kiipv hfnr echelon of diplomats h the big grab a man.
" v authority -can let contracts. Ithere wiU be So or 100 mile; headache. Most of them cant af-l As a result the senator has noj
I They don't have to oav federal
That's one of the reasons why .taxes. And they get a special card
which allows them to buy any anything
thing anything in the stores free of local
and federal taxes. Many of them
also get special discount, ia the
So some aspect, are not so
tOUgh. : v
They call Sea. Edward 3. Thye's
office "The Capitol Hill Marriage
In the last few years nine of his
gals have married. Now a tenth
thoiiffht fth Anlv niuui wa..
$23 a case through their em- Americans shot elk was for the
teeth you bantr on watch chains'
"I didn't even know that elk
were animals," quipped Capt
Ralph Pargas, Philippine military
attache. "I thought they were
members of an American men's
Everyone ia Detroit is so wor worried
ried worried about what is happening to
the automobile business that a ma major
jor major international blooper was al almost
most almost committed br the Chrysler
Corp. the other day.
Visiting Indonesian President
Sukarno was due to snake V Sun Sunday
day Sunday inspection of one of the plants.
And somehow -only the chief
watchman knew about it.
He was fuHy prepared to put on
his best suit to meet the visitine
president and ahow him throueh
inm (af. airrfii ha., ivtr1 sf rtrhi f ill BAw interstate! ford to pay more than 1150 to $175 trouble recruitinr female help, the plant But soma alert nuhlie
plans prepared. Projects previous- highway system open for use.'a monia rent, wnue ine avauaDiei wora: lor mye uet a buy," at relations man stepped in just in
ly planned for- local bond issue'States and cities- have the mia- furnished homes coat between $200 bk employment slogan. ; time and organied the full red ear ear-financing
financing ear-financing may merely be shifted tive in saying what they.will build. t250 per month. - . ,L 1 v pet treatment ...
into the federal aid program. But Local traffic needs govern that! Once they get settled, the ones Salami made from elk was the The chief watchman was iatr-
they must be advertised for com- lae federal responsiDUity is to see"" b-wui mut pretcuc-icsjsuutc aw a cminu uuceu u suaarno, nowever.
pctitive bids for two weeks. And that all construction ties into an I
another two weeks wm be required interstate networx
to sign contracts. ; J Any idea that the whole country
Then it will take contractors, an- will be torn up for the next 13
ether month to let subcontracts fori years, and that tourists should stay
o start pushing
All kinds of collateral t problems
have to be solved..
Right at the start, there is a
shortage of engineers in both fed-
home,, is discounted. Contractors
are now required to maintain ade adequate
quate adequate by-passes and detours. In
some cases they're hard-surfaced.
But it will be 10 years at least
before there is a genuine trans
eral and state highway agencies, continental highway system open
WalterWinchell In Mew Yorl.
MAN ABOUT TOWN
cal admirers to get lost. She will (Unidentified Flying Objects)
- weo stock oroner vonn waiters siarta ai ine maviair tomorrow.
Sammy Fain, composer of "Love . .Garbo's cousin Edward G us-! The book is one of the most ex-
This is beine obercome in part bv for travel as far as you want to Is a Many Splendored Thmg.",tave Jacobson. and pretty publicisW ciUng on flying saucers. Three
the use of standardized plans for go in any and all directions. And'pnoned from Hollywood (almost uvMieie Terry are enthralled.
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Bureau of Public Roads designJ
standards of IMS are being re revised
vised revised to control access roads,
grade crossings and separations.
even at the end of the program in
1969, there 11 still be congestion.
'The only wat to beat that,'
says one experienced BPR engi-
tears) recently to deny that Mrs.
Fain was divorcing him, She urged
the retraction, he said. She di
vorced him June 8lh. .Mrs. Kay
neer. "is to adopt birth control", mond Guest and 'ex-husband J. J
' -la. I 4.1-
ASior are expected 10 aueuu uw
sMsa.Hiiiiji.iii i ni "I r
other flying saucer films will fol
low in Broadway threaten. .Has
Dorothy Donegan filed a $50,000
Kyle MacDonnell says Oliver Kauf
man is not The One . .Hard to
figger out which is becoming The suit against a mag? . .She told
Forgotten Man: Estes Keiauver. chums she would last week,
or Frank Costcllo. v Howard Rushmore at Harkness
Pav. for suri. .One of the "Three-
wedding of their image (Wm. Ax- Mike Todd had no trouble get-penny Opera" figures was lucky
tor) in Michigan this week. .ting a visa to Russia for compan- his dates bitter-half didn't belt
Yvonne King (King Sisters), who um Evelyn Keyes recently. She is him when he caught them smooch smooch-was
was smooch-was to wed Del Courtney last featuring a platinum blonde butch- ing in a Greenwich .Village cafe
week, returned his spaikler. .1 haircut. .The Mexican melting . .Eleanor Holm (ex-wife of BUly
London star Glyiiis Johns was for the Mark Goodsons (he co- Rose) is laughing again. The rea-
Franchot Tone's date at Romeo parents "What My Line?") was son: I'aul McNamara
, incjr aaj
Salta's right after her plane land landed.
ed. landed. .Millionaire Huntington Hart
ford's sister-in-law Emily Steele
becomes Mrs. Roger Donahue
soon. He's the ex-boxer. .' .TheJ
Jack (Dragnet) Webbs, whose
marriage was reported tig-zaggy,
acted like honeymoonert at Bur Bur-bank's
bank's Bur-bank's China Trader, .A reli
gious mag wiU blast a newcomer
(male) torso-grinaer. me. uue;
"Degenerate for Degenerates 1
PORTRAIT OF CHARACTER This striking portrait of three
McCook, Neb., Boy Scouts may be .the subject of the next
national Boy Scout poster. It was created as a public service
v by Ginger and Chester Chinn, photographers, after taking pic pic-'
' pic-' tures of many Scouts. Mm, Chinn finished it in oil colors. The
.deliniation ot solid character in the boys' faces has created
comment wherever the picture has been shown. The trio are,
' left to right: Cub Scout William Volentine, Explorer Scout
Ronald Baker and Boy Scout Robert Petersen.
Reporters ,' in Berlin have been
assigned tocheck Aureo u. van
derbilt visits Lili Palmer, es
tranged wne Ol ex namson
They quietly 't rendezvood here
She's making a film there. .Bar .Barbara
bara .Barbara Rush (featured in' James
Mason's "Binder Than Life")
thinks playwright Clifford Odets is
. .John Currier, jr. gave the ring
to Mary Hagar, a network staffer
. .1 .Bing Crosby,; who has never
been in a plane, just bought one
for $125,000. .It's a Boy for the
actor Walter Brooks, She is Betty
Wragge, tv thesp. f.Actress Mar Mar-gia
gia Mar-gia Dean's sexy tones will be wed
to Pere Prado's music. .Comic
Gary Morton and actress Susan
Morrow are asunder aiier iva
vars. Sammv Davis. Jr. says
thanks for ''getting the facts
straight" about bis situation with
Cordy King -But what are they?
The Birdland crowd jeportst hat
Olga James had him on fire until
Robert Lansing, actor, and ac
tress Emily McLaughlin met when
the nop snow, "me juivers,
started rehearsals March Sib. They
married June tth . .Memo from
Madrid: 'What's all that New
York bunk about Frankie and Ava
not beins nalsv? We had cocktails
with them and they certainly are!"
. .Gloria D Haven's ex-uusoana
Martin Kimmel and lovely Joan
the Mayor outdoes Jimmy Walker
for tardy show-uns. .The district
attorney's office has a new lead
on the Victor Riesel acid-throwing
case. Stems from truckers in the
garment center. .'.Grant withers
new Hollywood interest is Ruth
Adams, a widow. .Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret is supposed to have said
she d enjoy meeting aaamyu sum
rw- din-ine her London visit .
At the Pin-Up Roomr Lynne and
Ralnh chant the sac a of Arlene
MafPi Emerson, a femcee "who
tvurriM more about her ratings
than her morals. And pays a sian
of six to publicise her -quarreis.
Th Bmi Gazzara-Elaine Stritch
romance is threatened by Patti
Reuben, the restaurateur's dghtr
. .The Copa s Juies roaeu e
lanHmi Roberta Sherwood's book
ine from 3 to 5 weeks right after
her smash-wow-riot premiere. .
Gene Baylos will finally play the
Copa before summer's end. Long
overdue. His old gags are funnier
than most of the competition. .
iwa wantu Roberta to record
"You've Changed,", ne of the best.
of the torchants. ,mey say ouu
Davis and her realtor (long time
romance) will probably seal t this
month. .G. H. Menon (kin of to to-dia's
dia's to-dia's Ambassador to the U. w.)
and Barbie Allen, tv actress, make
Major's Cabin their neariquariers
. .Film producer H. Bvard is
why Dorothy Dandridge likes Eu Eu-mm
mm Eu-mm a much, i ."Waiting for
Godot" was finally cemetery'd Sat Sat-maM
maM Sat-maM fan't ca anv other
place. It isn't ready lor aut of
town.': -, .';, -,-
Tf the E. G. Robmsona divorce
linen gets to court the testimony
will damage a New Yorker.' Re Regarding
garding Regarding unreported income for "a
public relations job" on the star
Raphael Hakim, a backer of
Gina's new film, waits : at the
"Pipe" Dream" stage door nightly
for Louise Troy. Janet Miller
(niece of Sophie Tucker) and Mort
Stevens are in rhythm. .Jerry
Kurland (featured dancer in "Hap "Happy
py "Happy Fella") eloped with Leila Stein Steinberg.
berg. Steinberg. Honeymooning backstage at
the Imperial, t .Juan Patino, the
Bolivian tin heir, is squiring Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Foley of "Wonderful" around
the boies. ... .Peggy Fears'' escort
Is wealthy realtor Byron Fielding
, .Rich Cuban Julio Costas is
maaad about Barbara: Nichols.
She', in the next Gable flicker. .
Tony Perkins appears to have suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Rod Steiger in ; Elaine Ai Ai-ker's
ker's Ai-ker's scheme of things. .Dorothy
Vernon (new show-girl beat at the
Latin Q.) is betrothed to Robert
R. Scott, textile millionaire.
Show-gel Pat English and husband
(jockey pele McLean)' reconsmiied
. .George Wood had"' $50 on a
9-to-I shot but lost $800 on the mat matinee.
inee. matinee. Most unpublicized fight of
the year was at the Hilton, Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. A Phoenix radio station land'
lord landed in the hosp. An exec
from Ziv Films put him there. .
Over a doll, what eise7 . .urn
B'way Line (to keep from getting
a krnban nneV Nvr VtMlY Around
The Other Feller's Girl.
INDIAN SPEAR FISHING TO
GIVE WAY TO PROGRfSS
CFXILO FALLS, Ore. (UP)
Tourkls better .hurry if they
want to watch Indians fishing at
the falls' 'here on the Columbia
The Ightning quick spear fish
ing which has attracted thouwinds
annually wil bo longer oe prac practiced
ticed practiced in this area after this sum
Kemp get away from the midtown
mer because backwaters from tk
will cover the
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DAY IN THE BAY
(Continued on Pare THREE)
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The net result Is that one sees a .together td operate
village behind what appears w do
Tiling" kSVUUlV fiu wKvw.n
an impassable reef, and yet in the
midst of the humble homes, there
is a small forest of masts of ships.
- .IV nura InM that. HlM-P IS
road directly across the island be between
tween between the two villages. I should like
very much to walk aerosa Otoque
and also- to Dhotograph the ? two
.illsna (mm pin in -and also
While sailing through the barrier of
the reefs. Anyone wun a reai wrge
boat who needs an extra passeng passenger
er passenger will find one right here.
- But I don't want to go out In an
elongated bathtub like some brave
souls front Balboa. I'm being mean
calling their craft a -bathtub. It s
' vaal nurtv rnwboat-like. WOKS
maybe 12 feet long, and has two
safe enough' to get from the div
ing raft to tne snore K.amwwi
Vet two different pairs ot men
a hi if motor
launch which takes the entire catch
irovl intn-Panama Citv market each
early : morning. WO could see the
Dig grouper we saw caugm, on
sale next ayem at the market," we
1.IJ .... l ?
were wia.'U... . : f---
Here the story is- getting Jong,
anH 1 hauon't tnM ahnnt thn island
called Cocovicito, which has a tuir-
nal in it anil an nnenina at the. oth
er endV Looks eery-romantic, and
bidden-treasurish. 'Actually it is a
rendezvous for skindivers, someone
r As we circled the island for me
to ret a picture, some skindiver
a,irfiifAjt frnm Ainriorwatar with S
ibia red snaDner on his spear. He
waved it xor a picture, uui i was
trying for the tunnel and passed
him hv nnfortiinatalv. He anoear-
ed to be alone in rowboat with an
outboard motor, and quite a dis
tania front town. too. :f
Guess Vermont farmers like me
xei two uiuenau pu -v uuesg verinunt Miwai uh uic
took those little cockleshells out to never ge used to the- sea, and on
Bona Island, which must be about; Msy terms with it, like that skin-
25 miles out in the ocean worn diver.
Balboa. ; "f t Two friends of mine have an un-
r iney wuiu .. iu usual juea. iucj wvmu w j
one fish, or mebbe two, see where or iease Morone's Island in the
the natives were bringing in plenty Bay and build retirement home
;h hanrtiinM. and then race ov-ithar Thpv oaii.it Flat-too Island
er to the spot at about 35 miles per ,nd gUch it actually is. Has a nice
hour, with engines roaring. .!.. utile cove with pretty sandy
. m.... link) tirkl 1M hid I k...h i. ..
lot of sport getting the fish in. I These; friends envision It as a de de-wonder
wonder de-wonder what- would have happen- fightM place to live, far enough
ed if they had latched on to ,a ftom town for privacy, and near
grouper we saw a- native catch. enough to run in for mail, groce-
This was at the same locauon, u rieg ,nd the Sunday American!
Bona, and was. in the midst-of a i8 a technical difficulty
I. m J i Vmm a nravailinff Wind Stand
Two native fishermen in a ncM- point, the proper mooring place is
iv old cavueo Ciuenv a wmf-sinn the wronz awe 01 me ismnu, j
, M...,ns- on a nandiine, wneu uicr chom fiiffs it wouia neea a
Z..nA hi. hal nut of the water, it I -.ok. the island really use-
looked about three feet around. ful or j,ome, and jetties are ex ex-They
They ex-They hauled the fish up tifl his gilu pen-iy
hooked onto the side of. the boat. tnt of the fishermen on our
It was very evident if they got trips, catch' fish. I" have myself
him into the cayuco, he would brush ciught dolphin up to five feet long,
the fishermen overboard with a snd my daughter has caught sever sever-"'
"' sever-"' sweep of his tail. Also, he would al Dig piu bonita, corbma,
t probably swamp we cyut. smau barracuda, plenty w v"
c. ... dcharman atond UD. and i i
.:.u n na .alueeed the fish 1 r. trin niftured. Penny
on the head till it was dead. Sounds Bornham cught a couple, one of
cruel, but these fellows weren t which sj,own the pictures, and
' fishing for amusement. It j even caught one myself. ;
their livelihood, and this one; ftsh Wnen j fjgure n0W I grunt, tuss-
' i j K-MMOT tham C30. V 1.- ii mu arm landintf a ffOOd-
Experienced fisherman ., oh our siie(j it, or a dolphin, 1 wonder
cruiser said we grouper-wwiu j 0 u i siruca au.
. ,ioh ahnut 100 nOundi and bring ;.!. nr a martin, Perhaps -I could
n a twumil. It surely lookedL,.; avaoxriiiiit (Hit af the dilem
- ."-na is'ana sporis iisauj. party ana msisung, r
. maintained by the Panama Canal oa t0 have the fun of catching a
.... .t io aii a hish cliff in a It:- Kk). Than call th man would
v commanding position.. The clins help hr and she'd probably land
,.n,.coi in that they look :. r. t
" ..i.ur.chai aanaciaiw aKainsti W i haj tA hiaw tho fish till I tired
; the green foliage behind them. hira out we'd have to radio ashore
They re not wnuewaauea. . to get Tne put on -cxitaiu icarc..
' th arcumulated residue of entu- frvervtime I ao fishing in the
r riaa nt hirda nestins there. lhan t hav lotao f fun. usually lots
' Bona rises right from the sea, of gun, and-eometimes a fish, or
with forbidding cliff. But the fish- twO. Frankly. I usually plan to get
i inc is usually good, there, and fish- bad before the Commissary dos-
ermen fronv .Otoque conre- every Uj; fd rather buy quick-froien cor cor-dav
dav cor-dav to reao the harvest of the sea. bina nicelv wraooed ud. than both.
i Incidentally, we were told -that r to skin and carve a product of
there is a cooperative among- the my fishing prowess anyway. At
fishermen at .Otouo, Ttoy wpoojiet, thafa my lih, i01 ,vt
29 Attained j
35 Pour .-;
36 Pillate ;
41 Maker of
4T Cut -49
53 Ever '7
58 Night V 95 At no
before a 1 lime
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measure Land'-measure 93 Goddess
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07 Muse of
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74 Objector-74 Mien'
75 Sowing ;
t 79 Roman
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. disease -,
97 Social -'
; 99 Egyptian
' 90 Full
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107 In the
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of woot -.
129 Thick ;
129 Part of
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; 139 Commune
133 Give up.
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2- Voided escutcheon-
. 9 Group
14 Despotic :
15 Rend Into
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19 On shield shielded
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25 And not
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31 Turmoil '
3 Untwist V
" of soil'
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50 Direct '!
33 Wing of
55 Appear- t
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' 59 Division,
of long v
40 For" 1
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98 Minings Minings-refuse
' 69 Covered
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70 Bs sick .'
. 72 Dress
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81 Consumer -94
89 Distinct V
91 For each
.91 Rake with
94 Of moun-'
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104 Sea bird
, f deer
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114 U. 5. coin
In Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia ...A-
119 Told false
124 Denary s
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PRESIDENT EISENHOWER'S HOSPITAL room has
been wired tor sound operas, waltzes and marches
by Phillip Sousa. The President asked Friday that the
music be played by a radio station in Washington, D C.
The station Installed a line directly to his room. The
President listened to music lor the first time since
his intestinal surgery a week ago Saturday.
The activity of the President's intestinal tract "has
been restored," said a news bulletin later that day.
News secretary James Hagerty said the bulletin was
the most optimistic report yet on Mr. Eisenhower's
recovery. It said his condition is very satisfactory and
' that he is continuing to drink nourishment.
The President scheduled his first meeting with Vice
President Nixon since the operation for tomorrow. He
also will see Secretary of State Dulles,, that day. :
The United Steeiworkers have turned down a con contract
tract contract offer. . : ?
And veteren .industry observers say that if union
and management are as far apart as steeiworkers
president David McDonald indicated today, there could
be a strike after the June 30 deadline.
A source close to U.S., Bethlehem and Republic
- the big three steel companies says the union's re rejection
jection rejection "considerably dampens hope of an early con contract
tract contract settlement," n ;
McDonald said the blgr three offer is entirely Inade Inade-'
' Inade-' quate "to little, too late and too long," as he put
it. He said the companies offered a raise in take-home
pay of five cents an hour. ;
"It is this amount and not a fictitious package," said
the union president, "that is available to buy groce groce-.
. groce-. fies." -a
Commenting on his five-cent analysis, McDonald
said the companies offered a similar hike for each of
the five years the proposed contract would run.
However, the companies Issued a statement late
this afternoon, saying they offered a package in increase
crease increase for this year alone would have been 17-and-two-third-cents
an hour. N
H New York may have trouble with a subway strike.
Right now, trains are running normally, but the
V nn A tit- Tr 1. v. : a
I rau ui uib iiausuuih vvuLK.er.1 tiuHinx MirnHPi
Quill warns that another strike may hit the city
this week. Quill charges that the new Motormen's
Union... one which is. fighting his organization... is
planning a walkout next Tuesday night or Wednesday.
Quill has accused the union of using so-called
strong arm mobs" to force other workers off the job
In Friday's flash strike that left more than one-million
riders stranded. The Transport workers boss also
charged that the Motormen's Union is sponsored by
waterfront mobs. In his words, the strike was a "cri "criminal
minal "criminal conspiracy." He has "asked the State Attorney
ucueitu tutu mauiiaiutn ana orooKiyn aisinci attor attorneys
neys attorneys to investigate the walkout v
' It had been reported the union would walk out again
If the New York Transit Authority did not reinstate
27 men suspended today on charges of irresponsible
SlCtlOn. : ..V ;.. ,,!. A; f.;.:..:.--:! ,:.:::.,.;'
! New disorders are reported in Argentina.
The government has arrested scores of 'labor agita agitators
tors agitators for causing more trouble at the scene of the bit bitterest
terest bitterest fighting in last Sunday's unsuccessful uprising.
The disorders broke out soon after a band! vigil vigilantes
antes vigilantes raided the residence of the Haitian Ambassador
to Argentina and carried off one of the rebel leaders.
Later the government apologized to the Haitian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador and returned the fugitive rebel.
Then pro-Peron labor agitators sent strongarm
squads to the big packinghouses in the area and pre prevented
vented prevented workers from entering the plants.
' Police arrived and arrested many of the agitators,
posting guards around the plants so workers could
return to their jobs. The. situation now is reported
- The United States has renewed its offer to help set settle
tle settle the Greek-British dispute over Cyprus.
State Department spokesman Lincoln White point-
to oui tnat president Elsenhower has said "we are
POSTPONEMENT OF THE meeting of American
v Presidents, scheduled for June 29 and 26, in view of
President Elsenhower's illness apparently has met
with the approval of a majority of those invited.
The Panama government which issued the invita invitation,
tion, invitation, sent out feelers to the other American republics
on the feasibility of postponing the meeting. Up to
week's end 11 answers favoring postponement had
The council of the Organization of American States
also has voted to postpone its own session which was
scheduled to be held here between, June 22 and' 26.
Complete returns of the elections held on May
13 for the members of the new National Assembly
were finally available Friday as the Panama Prov-
incial Board wound n its activities and announc announc-td
td announc-td that the National Patriotic Coalition had elect- ;
ed 12 deputies and the opposition National Liberal
party five In the province of Panama.
" As a result, the new National Assembly will be
wade ap of 42 CPN deputies, and 11 Liberals.
Vandals took advantage of a student rail v held In
Santa Ana Plaza Friday to wreak damage estimated
at $30,000. v v
Store windows were smashed, and cars were turn turned
ed turned over on Central Ave. about a block away from the
scene of the rally, shortly after it ended.
Police who arrived on the scene shortly afterwards
arrested eight men, who were summarily sentenced to
90 and 99 days in jail each.
The possibility that all Air Force flying activities
may eventually be moved from Albrook Air Force Base
to Howard Field, was voiced In a recommendation for
a long-range plan recently forwarded to the Secretary
of Defense by the Department of the' Army.
Then plan b based on the fact that the Albrook
runway cannot be lengthened to acoomate high highspeed
speed highspeed Jet aircraft and some of tbe larger types of
cargo planes. It was drafted after the Panama
: Canal Co. requested funds for Fiscal Year 1957 for
the relocation of schools in Balboa.
Experts from a letter written to the Canal Zone
Government by the Asst. Secretarv of the Army,
George H. Roderick were read by Acting Governor H.
W. Schull, Jr. at a shirt-sleeve conference with U.S.
civic council representatives on Thursday.
The polio season hit the Isthmus earlier than usual
with an outbreak of three cases, one death in the
Canal Zone and a total of cases in Panama. Most of.
the polio patients came from the Atlantic side of the
Isthmus. The only death recorded was that of 2-year-old
Renaldo Wilson of Colon, None of the cases, who
in the Canal Zone are all children under six years of
age, were vaccinated with Salk shots. ;.. :.,y.'.?
An extra operating crew will be added to the Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores Locks force as of tomorrow, it was announced
at Balboa Heights. This will permit two full crews to
work round the clock. The addition of this extra crew
is or a temporary period, it has been authorized until
the end of October. The force will consist of 11 U.S. U.S.-raters
raters U.S.-raters and 34 local-rate personnel.
It was lights out all. over the Facile Side for
-about three minutes la the middle of the week,'
bat there was not explanation for the sadden
power failure which occurred en the main trans transmission
mission transmission lines from the Madden Dam hydro-elec-.
, trie stations.
' Tbe power failure was corrected automatically
before a switch-over to the Miraflores Diesel plant -.
Two hunters and two motorcyclists were Involved In
a series of accidents reported on the Zone this week.
One of the hunters, Pedro Gv Betancourt, was still in
still prepared" to help in the solution of this problem, serious Condition at Gorgas after he accidentally shot
htmseii in tne arm, and the pellet lodged in his bralnv
. Radio Moscow said neither threats nor the use of
force can change the course of events in the Middle
East. The broadcast heard in London came on
the eve of Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepllov's depar departure
ture departure for Calco.
West German Intelligence sources, report that East
Germany is developing a tough army... fanatically
devoted to Communism. v
The sources said the new East German army la bas bas-edtm
edtm bas-edtm stem and unbending discipline. .. plus intensive
indocrination courses. :
The sources give' as proof of their statement that
not one man has deserted the army since it was set
Up last January.
New York Democratic Congressmen are complain complaining
ing complaining that Secretary of State Dulles won't see them to
talk over the Middle East problems.
Sixteen representatives say Dulles refused to see all
of them... though he might admit three or four of
them. . and has given no reason for his action.
Rep. Emanuel Celler acting as spokesman
claims that Dulles is frightened by the group's united
Returning Austrian prisoners say the Soviets are
holding three American, servicemen in slave labor
The information was reported by the Austrian As Association
sociation Association of Former Prisoners of War. A spokesman
said Austrians returning from captivity in Russia re reported
ported reported that the three Americana were last known to
ne in a slave camp near Odessa in the Ukraine.
The second hunter, Facundi Garces, got off easier. He
, was lost in the jungle near Escobal, and except for
lack of sleep came out of the adventure unscatched.
A search party of friends and Cristobal police found
Two GI's, Pfe. Herman Beddingfield and his buddy,
John W. Decker, were seriously hurt when their cycle
went over a crest on Miraflores, sideswlped a car and'
crashed to a stop. -
.Smoking In bed caused the death of a Ft. Amador
maid, Modesta H. Car, who lit a cigaret in her room
and fell asleep. Attempts to revive Jher after she was
found in the smoky room failed. v"
An Albrook couple who were arriving here to their
hew station were saddened with. the premature birth
of their baby son who died a day later at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. The couple, S Sgt. and Mrs. Ollie F. Cook had.
three daughters. ...
More than 1000 people have applied lor the
local-rate firemen positions which were set up
as a result of consolidation of firefighting activi activities
ties activities in th Zone. .
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Of the applicants, about 12S are men already
; ; employed by the Canal, but who have requested
OTHERS NEWS IN BRIEF; Filer Jimmy Angel was"
back in Gorgas after suffering the second stroke in
a month.,. CapL Warner S. Rodimon, arrived on the
istnmus to taxe over the job of Marine director. .. A
0) THE CARDINALS AND Giants swung an eight-man
trade. Key players in the deal are two of the best
infielders in baseball... second baseman Red Scho Scho-endienst
endienst Scho-endienst of the Cards and shortstop Al Dark of the
Here's how It went The Giant got Schoendlcnst,
rookie outfielder Jackie Brandt, catcher Bill Sarnl and
southpaw Dick Littlefield. In return, the Cards pick picked
ed picked up Dark, first baseman-outfielder Whitey Lockman,
catcher Ray Katt and southpaw Don Liddle. It was a
straight player deal, with no cash involved.
General manager Frank Lane of the Cardinals said
the deal should keep the Cards in the thick of the
pennant race. Lane said he expects Lockman will start
at first, allowing converted outfielder Wally Moon to
return to -centerfield. Lane said Dark will move into
shortstop, and rookie Don Blasingame will move over
to second base... his natural position.
The Giants have been looking for a second baseman N
ever since Davey Williams now a Giant coach
hurt his back. Daryl Spencer a natural shortstop
probably will move there after a shaky spell at sec second
ond second base. Brandt figures to move into the starting out outfield,
field, outfield, and Sarni probably will become the number number-one
one number-one Giant catcher. ri
Schoendienst has been sidelined two weeks with a
pulled shoulder muscle. He's batting .311 and has been
a top-flight second baseman for 11 years with the
'Cards. Dark is playing his 10th season in the league.
Dark and Schoendienst both are 33. ;
Heavily favored Joey Giambra came through in fine
style against Johnny Sullivan of England Wednesday
night. ', "'
Giambra proved a more accurate puncher with
counter left hooks and right leads as he scored his
second straight unanimous decision over Sullivan at
Syracuse, New York. It was Sullivan's farewell fight
The favorite forced the fighting in every round and
landed the more accurate blows. But, Giambra also
took a lot of body punishment.
Both fighters were cut around the face. There were
no knockdowns. However,' in the final round of the
rousing fight, Sullivan seemed to tire and was stag staggered
gered staggered by a series of left-right combinations to. the
Giambra previously defeated Sullivan by a close -but
unanimous decisions last April sixth.
It's going to take a few more days and additional
X-rays to tell whether Floyd Patterson Is fit for the
chance of his life.
Last week Friday, the 21 -year old former Olympic
champ whipped Hurricane Jackson and won the right
to meet Archie Moore next September for the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title. In the process, Patterson broke a bone
.in his right hand.-; -:,
v X-rays were taken Wednesday In New York, but doc doctors
tors doctors couldn't decide whether Patterson' would need -surgery.
More X-rays will be taken. ;
Meanwhile, promoter Jim Norrls is sweating It out
on the sidelines, with visions of a half-million dollar
gate riding on whejther Patterson can heal his hand
In time. r
Elsewhere in boxing. .
Former heavyweight chamolon Jack Dcmpsey savs
that retired champ. Rocky Marciano will come back.
Dempsev says Marciano wanted to quit. But the Ma Ma-nassa
nassa Ma-nassa Mauler savs "Two million dollars Is a lot of
money." He says Rocky would return for a two-million
dollar gate. ;, '"-
' An official for the New York Giants admits Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's eight man trade with St. Louis almost fell
through. ;' kv
Vice- President Chub Feeney told Milt Rlchman of :
United Press "We wouldn't have made the deal if
we hadn't gotten outfielder Jackie Brandt He gives
us a good right-handed hitter. I'm surprised the Car-
dinals let him go." .. i.:-, .--'v
Feeney added "Maganer Bill Rigney liked Brandt
in the Little World Series last fall and I liked him,
The Giants may have a sleeper In Brandt. Cincln4
nati general manager Gabe Paul offered the Cardinals
$150,000 for Brandt before the season started. Brandt,
the International League's most valuable plaver last
year while with Rochester, has batted -28 In 27 games
for the Cardinals. ? '
. Even general manager Frank Lane of the Cardinals
admitted "Brandt could come back to haunt us
but we are thinking of 1956 not next year."
: Sports events will never be the same" at Balboa Sta- ..
-dlum.v. ' '".-v.'.y.'V .. : : I ';
The veteran sports lover Charles "Muggsy" Magee,
recently retired as. an employe of the Panama Canal
Company, has left these shores to take up residence
in Boston, Mass. ;
Magee, who during his 40 years on the Isthmus has
served in many capacities at sporting events on the
Canal Zone, is sure to be missed at all future activi
ties held at Balboa Stadium. : ......
Muggsy was usually the first person to arrive at the
stadium and the last to leave, voluntarily lending a
helping hand wherever possible.
Recently he has been active as a scorer and reporter
i for the Teenage League.
Muggsy and the Missus sailed for the U.S. yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The sports' staff of The Panama American Joins
In wishing them "Bon voyage."
Former Juan Franco topnotcher Mufti, which now
races in the United States as Mufti 2nd, Monday
flnnally won his first race since leaving this country. j
Saddle star Eddie Arcaro booted home the Chilean Chilean-bred
bred Chilean-bred grey colt in the first race at" Belmont Park in
New York. Mufti returned the juicy odds of $20 20, 20,-$10,90,
$10,90, 20,-$10,90, $7.60 across the board and tiirned seven fur-
ine returnees renncted the Americans had been neln Ponal 7nn mi mnnooi'. nrru. m.v. 1 1 i-m .iu jkU...d.i ...v.v...
a Jh n-yrcluita. lAya.cw. In, Jhsaiherian w. Roe was admitted to the Zone bar. . 297 students at Juan Franco when he was bought by Louis Sommet.
Arctic before their pansferrn T jIH j ; 1 graduated from the USool frfitttom Luja rarrugla lftt last year and sent to the Vty
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