The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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FOURTEEN of the Atlantic-siders who have Just received their certificates as Civil Defense Medical Workers pose In their
rheerv cherry-pink uniforms. Seven of the girls modelled the uniforms during the graduation ceremonies for the group at
Cristobal High School Friday evening. They worked at Coco Solo Hospital. Left to right, they are: front low, Mary Lour
Washabaugh. Jean Seaman, Kathleen Cox, Judy Griffon, Carol Lew, Ellen Fusselman Esther Miller; back row, Carol Flen- :
" n c.th nmst Ruth Arnf.ine. Connie McClain. Marv Morland. Nancv Gibson and Shirley KeeDers..

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Covins To Home
The famed Jungle Warfare
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From now on the men wno
to out to- learn the ways arid
means of coping with poison poisonous
ous poisonous snakes and plants, the use I
of emergency food plants and
traps. control of Insects .and
the many other salient features
' of lungle living, wlll receive
their Instruction at Fort sner-
' man. - ;
The new quarters are Iocat Iocat-en
en Iocat-en on a peninsula facing Cris Cris-'
' Cris-' tobal, many of the buildings
" within 55 yards of the water.
Vacant for nearly two years
before the "present occupants
moved In. the jungle had vir virtually
tually virtually made the fbulldlngs -.part

of its own.
Mnrh of tha underzrowth has
been ciearea in me nrst, wwn
the group has been there, but
the task is far from finished.
Passes for the men station-
ed at vjWTC will now mean
much more, Formerly, it was
' necessary tu take those going
on pass into town in 112-
ton Army truckstrucks not
' exactly designed for trans trans-'
' trans-' porting men dressed in their
' best tropica 1 worsteds. At
' their new quarters eommer-
cial busses will replace the
' The move will be fully com completed
pleted completed and the 150-odd men who
mmDrlse the trainlne; center
well entrenched by the time
Fort Kobbes Second Battalion
arrives Nov. 2 for-the com commencement
mencement commencement of the next train
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UAS TIHS littls Coco Sofo Hospital patient gained or lost? Shirley Keepers checks the scales
v i s while Carol. Flennlken writes lt down.

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48 Zone High School Girls
Become Civil Defense Medics

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iii the auUitorium of Cristobal
High School Friday night to re receive
ceive receive their certificates as Civil
Defense Medical Workers.'
Taking Dart in the ceremony
were the Canal Zone's Lt. Gov.
Col. H. W. Schull Jr its Heaitn
Director., Col. C." O. Bruce, the
Nursing Supervisors at the two
nos.pltals Miss eiorence na na-brooks,
brooks, na-brooks, for Coco Solo, Hospital,
and Miss Beatrice H. Simonls
for Gorgas Hospital,- and the
chief of Civil Defense,' Philip L.
Dade. !, .-
: Each of the 4S had behind
: her from six to 12 weeks of
work in the hospitals ana ts
, noo qualified to lend a pair of
trained hands and a discipline
ed mind should an atomic di disaster
saster disaster or natural catastrophe
put a strain on the Canal
Zone's medical lacUities. ..... -i
While the course taken by the
four dozen girls varied some somewhat
what somewhat between the two hospitals,
each has fulfilled the require requirements
ments requirements set by the Civil Defense
organization. The accompanying
pictures show some of the work
ana ouues or .the young voiun
teers at Coco Solo Hospital.
At Gorgas, the 18 girls who
received their certuicates naa
each six weeks of ln-hospltal
training. They were divided a a-mong
mong a-mong the Sterile Supply Unit
the various hospital ward and
the diet kitchen' -' 1
At Coco Sola Hospital, two
special training courses had pre
ceded the actual work In the
hospital itself. The- 32 Coco So

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thev had 20 hours of
classroom histruction oa Nurs
ing Arts and Procedures taught
by Miss Edbrooks Each girl was
given a folder containing lesson
plans and graphs which sat kept
for future reference.
The girls at Gorgas Hospital
were not uniformed out those
at Coco Solo Hospital donned
cheery cherry-pink dresses and
white aprons when they began -the
hospital phase of their
training.
Miss Edbrooks. who conceived
the Idea of the uniform, said she
believed thev eave the eirls a
"feeline of belonging to a high
ly specialized roup or worxers
and were enthusiastically receiv received
ed received by the patients and the hos
pital personnel."
One girl went to wore one
morning In her 'street clothes
Miss Edbrooke said. Patients and
nurses paid little attention to
her. At noon, when she changed
to her uniform, patients and
nurses brightened up and be began
gan began to clamor for her services
rne coco solo gins, Mtss ia ia-brooke
brooke ia-brooke says, quickly became
members of nurse docfor
teams. They served as messen messengers;
gers; messengers; carried trays to bed pa patients;
tients; patients; helped patients who
were unable ,to feed them themselves;
selves; themselves; made beds; took and
recorded temperatures, pulse
and respiration assembled
trays; cared for syringes and
needles; assisted nurses with
treatment and medicina; and
I saf with patients during post-.
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been iv 'or
the sponsorship of the Civil De Defense
fense Defense organization, working In
cooperation with the hospitals.
ine scnoois and.' me American
Legion Auxiliary's Girls state
organization. i ;
Miss Edbrooke has been the
sparkplug of the training nro
gram on the Atlantic side. Here
is what she has to sayr -"
"Many hospital authorities
wouw be appalled at the thought
of bringing 32 teenagers Into a
modern hospital as Civil Defense
Medical workers.
"instead of a bizarre nleht-
mare. it proved to be a hiehlv
successrui experiment partly
mrougn tne entnusiasm or tne
teenagers themselves and partly
through a well-planned training
program.., s a..;sv.v
The program, accordlntr to
those who have watched it de
velop, has proved to be an out
standing success. ...... "...
i The girls have been able to
relieve-the nurses of minor du
ties, have given the patients
small attentions and services
that the nurses do not have time
to perform. ..
Furthermore, thev have deve
loped' a better understanding of
the services which a hospital
renders to its community and
have acquired the feeling that
they are of some service to their
lamllies, the hospital, the com
munity and the nation. v
. Ana, not least of all, the pro pro-pram
pram pro-pram has helped the girls to
decide that they would Hire to
go into nursing or a related
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IT 'CAN'T be much fin to be all tied up like this, but, Judy SMALL PATIENTS like attention and they get It from Coco Solo Hospital's young Volunteers. ''
Griffon helps make life pleasanter with a glass of milk for this Ellen Fusselman, left, gives a small one bottle; Jean Seaman, standing, assists a slightly" :
Coco Solo Hospital patient. . . .. larger patient; Ruth Anstine finds the attention of her little frtenag hard to catch; and
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United Fund
Hailed
By Sergeanfs
Th TTnlfert VimA Tlriv U "the
best thing that ever happened
here." savs M-Sgw Thomas J.
Bryant, sergeant major of Hq
Ratterv. 65th AAA Groun at Ft.
riavtnn. And that seemx to be
th concensii from ton NCO's
of USARCARIB posts concerning
the upcoming united -una unve
(Sept. 5 through Oct. si
This once':' and only a year
campaign to solicit funds for
vnrtnnc pharlfahla nrlrani7.at.lnns
is winning wholehearted approv
al .
SFC James 0. Conway of Hq.
Battery, 65th AAA Croup at
Fort Clayton; says, 1 "I'm a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a dollar here and a dol dollar
lar dollar there. Get it all over at one
time. I'm. definitely for it." '. .:
i The goal Jor. USARCARIB Is
$62,250 Chap. (Col.) H. F. Dono Donovan,
van, Donovan, USARCARIB, announced
this week, t ?
"Of course, to be successful
the drive will have to have 100
per cent participation," says SFCj
Lige w. t'oisom or uanK uo. at-
Fort Kobbe. "But l, tninK 11 win
It's a great Idea to give. Just
once a year.",-:,";.;:-',' ;'.':
Contributors will be solicited
for one day's pay, and all dona-j
tiont will bt given voluntarily. I
. The individual donor win nave
his wishes met in the fund rais-
ir.g campaign, fpocial Instruc Instructions
tions Instructions as to which organization
the money is to be directed may
accompany the contrimution
Or. if the donor makes no stip
ulation as' to the disbursement
of his contribution, the dona
tion will go Into the General
Welfare Fund. This is an emer
eencv fund to nrovide for unex.
pected calls for aid and to help
smaller and lesser known drives
for funds. Money from the Gen General
eral General Welfare Fund will also be
used. to supplement donations
earmarked by contributors for
specific organizations. This win
insure tha all charitable activi activities
ties activities receive adequate support
next year as they have in the
past. r '.
1 A card Indicating the amount
donated and to which organiza organizations
tions organizations will be given to each con contributor.
tributor. contributor. .........v.
The only "once-a-year" factor
Is important' to economy-minded
military families. The United
Fund Drive fits everyone's pock-
etbook.
M-Sgt. "Allen R. Kline, First
Sergeant of Hq. and Hq. Det.,
. 7441st AU at Ft. Amador, says;
"It's cheaper for an enlisted
man to give only once a year;
he usually gives more during
the year to other drives with
a dollar here and there."
' Organizations to which con contributions
tributions contributions may be earmarked in
clude-the Red Cross. March of
Dimes: Community Chest, Heart
Fund, Army Emergency Relief
Fund,; Crusade for Freedom.
Cancer Fund, Girl Scouts of A A-merlca,
merlca, A-merlca, Bov Scouts of America
and the General wifr Fund

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Suez Canal
Seeks Pilots,
But Not klere
A ipokttman for Panama
Canal pilots today said that
Egypt has not attamptod to re recruit
cruit recruit pilots for work on tha Sues
Canal from tho Panama Canal
pilot staff.
However, a report from Ham
burg has stated that -pilots who
work for the Kiel Canal have been
offered jobs with Egypt at double
their present wades. 1
And in addition to double pay,
the pilots were offered annual va vacations
cations vacations (including one to their
home country every two year)
and pensions after 20 years ser
vice. - .. ......
Pilots working on the Kiel Can
al, which, with the Panama Canal
and Suez, forms the three most
important waterway links in the
world, are paid a maximum of $6,-
300 yearly. Panama canal pilots
earn $13,600 annually.
British and French Suez Canal
pilots, riled over working condi
tions, have in many cases refused
to "work; That's the main reason,
the' report states, tor Egypt
search for more pilots, .
Ilawll'j CciL:.i: ;
ilavy Calls Jc:rth I
Off For 15 Missing
WASHINGTON, Au'tr. '25 (UP)
-The Navy iQnnally.ar.r.t"-'
today its air and sea search lor
the U.S. airmen downed oy Chi
nese Communists, two; days ago
has been suspended at least
temporarily, ; :- ';r''-f
Admiral Arlelgh A. Burke
chief .of Naval. Operations, or
dered the search lorces to re remain
main remain in the general area of the
Chinese mainland until a final
decision is made on whether to
discontinue or'Treiume the
The decision will be- made
here, a Navy spokesman reveal revealed.
ed. revealed.
Vice Admiral Stuart H. Inger Inger-soll.
soll. Inger-soll. commander of the UA Se
venth Fleet, announced early
today he had discontinued look
ing for the 18 airmen who were
aboard the plane when it was
shot down Thursday. -The
36-hour search had re
suited In the recovery of one
man's body, two life rafts and a
small amount of debris. e-
A spokesman for, Burke laid
shortly afterwards that the
search was being continued de despite
spite despite the Taipeh announcement
calling it off, -
- Another spokesman explained
later that Ingersoll had discon discontinued
tinued discontinued the hunt temporarily and
had asked Washington head headquarters
quarters headquarters for confirmation of his
action,
Burke concurred to suspend
the operation, including air op operation,
eration, operation, the later statement
said. But he ordered that all
ships remain in the general area
pending evaluation of the find-
" to date.

Hint Gov, Potter
May Give Reply
To CZ Worlcers

" ; WASHINGTON, Aug.' 25 (UP) -, United States oV
ticials rejected today new Panamanian charges that thi
United.States is violating the 1955 treaty
They labeled as "unjustified" the ware of claims
that the United .States will have to pay; compensatory"
wage increases to Panamanian workers in tht Canal Zone
after commissary privileges and JonU'::-. t ; ;
K Three high Panamanian officials who negotiated thi
cgreement last night charged that Jailure by the U." Si
government to recognize such an increase is tantamount

ro violating the treaty.
The State Department was under
stood to- be studying the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian position.!; v ;
' A reply may soon bo forth-;
coming from Canal Zone Gov.
William E. Potter. It may pos possibly
sibly possibly be in the form of a latUr
to Zone workers.- t f..-. :-.
Privately officials have express expressed
ed expressed some anger over the repeated
complaints over the treaty. - -They
have stressed that it was
the Panamanian government that
insisted that commissary and ether
privileges should be withdraws and
that now any dissatisfaction ovw
move is beuig iucused on the
United States. : -.
"There is not a line in the treaty
calling lor compensatory increas
es," one official said. "It stipulates
a pay plan to which we nave agreed
Jlilrc Danie Prexy
To Give Address
Al Blioa Theater
In the second of a series of
programs sponsored. by Gov. W.
m. potter, the Reverend Theo
dore M. Hesburgh. C.S.C.. PreS
ident of the University of Notre.
Dame, will speak at the Balboa
Theater in the Canal Zone ,at
4:30 on Monday afternoon.
The public li invited to hear
the Notre Dame President who
is outstanding in the education educational
al educational world and who brings to an
end Monday night four-day
visit to -the Isthmus. t
; Father Hesburgh became
president of Notre Dame at the
aee of 35 in June, 1952. In ad addition
dition addition ; to his duties at Notre
Dame, he is a member of the
National Science Board to
which he was appointed by
President Elsenhower in 1954
for a six-year term. Also by
Presidential, appointment he is
a member of the Board of Vis Visitors
itors Visitors of the United States Naval
Academy and was elected its
president in March of this

TEN CENTS

and wIch will be Implemented ly
Congress but this has nothing to
do with '. compensation."
THE PLAN STIPULATES.
THE ESTABLISHMENT Of A
SINGLE WAGE 1 SCALE FOR
EVERY CATEGORY OF WORK WORK-EQUAL
EQUAL WORK-EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN EM EMPLOYMENT
PLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT AND OTHER POSI POSITIONS
TIONS POSITIONS THAT WOULD REMOVE
ANY DISCRIMINATION A.
GAINST NON-UNITED STATES
WORKERS. n
The State Department has com";
out in full- support-et;a jtrtement
,ki Panp-va last wpek by Aj. t
secretary Uie..Aimyy Gooi.j
Roderick. .
Roderick stressed that recent
Canal Company and military pay
raises of about $1,400,000 were -completely
independent of the
treaty. s,. i

Board Of Directors
Of Tuberculosis ; :
Association Meets
A special meeting of the Board
of Directors of the Canal Zona
Tuberculosis Association has been
called for next Tuesday, August
28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Board Room
of the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights.
The meeting has been called by
the recently elected President of
the .Association, Daniel J. Paplu Paplu-cci,
cci, Paplu-cci, and all members of the Hoard
are urged to be present,
France Begins
Building Nuclear
Energy Plant S
PARIS, Auf: 25 (UP) rranc
has begun work on its first nuclear
plant for the production of elec electrical
trical electrical energy for industry, French
sources said yesterday.
They said the plant would be
built near the city of Tours and
will be capable of generating 250, 250,-000
000 250,-000 to 300,000 kilowatt hours of
energy a year. i

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POLTROONS, SLUGGARDS arid other candidates
for GS-12 or above, wake up and pay attention here. I
was busy with my skin diving at Rolando's Hideaway
'tiller-twiddler of the Cantuta cab, had been dragged in in-for
for in-for speeding. I'm not sure cf what constitutes speeding
in the area where he was caught, but I'm quite sure of
the capabilities of the Cantuta cab.
It must be the first time the arm, of the law has
been able to follow a speeding car without having to
break out of a walk. t
Well, with Crime bursting out like this all over ths
Isthmus speeding, jay walking, spitting in the gutter
and all manner of enormities it is pleasant to be able
to record that the umpteen mayors and dog-catchers
who were chattering about all over town last week dur during
ing during the sixth Interamerican congress of Municipalities
have taken themselves off home; and are not here to see
us thus shown up. v
I can take mayors or leave them alone. One I take
is the Spanish mayor in the big group the Canal show showed
ed showed over the Miraflores filtration plant last Sunday.
With the rain approaching, he regarded stonily the
sundry spielers the Canal had installed about the place
to extoll the excellencies of the Canal's water purifica purification
tion purification methods.
Chlorine fluorine sediment tanks, and all the para para-phenalia
phenalia para-phenalia was more than this mayor saw any use for.
For many years now, he explained to me, he had
successfully purified his drinking ivater by the addition
of judicious quantities of Scotch whisky. ;
Nothing the Canal showed him at Miraflores induced
him to whange his system in the slightest.
', Sometimes the old wavs are the best, and isn't it
sad that Dr. Kinsey died?
. Don't know whether any of you noticed during the
past week that Ike got nominated again or President.
This goes to show there Is more security in government
service than the Personnel Bureau would have you think.
I want to clear up that Ike re-nomination point for
you, because, this topic has brought confusion to some
minds. If the topic is confusion, this is the column for it.
Don't know whether you know of a $6)1 1 took last
week on names in the headlines. There were some ob-.
scure results. This is the score, the number of selections
for each choice in brackets., v
Headline name: Eisenhower. .'
1) New chief of the Canal Zone's contraband serv service,
ice, service, effective Jan. 1 (34 votes).
, 2) Chairman of board to set up a single wage scale
fdr Presidents. (14)
3) Legendary guardian of pot of gold at end of
rainbow. (3) - ...
Headline name: Roderick. . .
1) Secretary of Panama's treaty negotiating tf.n. tf.n.-(1)
(1) tf.n.-(1) 2) Owr.rr cf C c' . .
,. 3) Catcher in Kr-l: ,-.- t (. ;
4) The black Scottie in the Elack &. White
advertisements. (38) ;
Headline name: William H. Sinclair. -, ' '-
1) State Department functionary (3, all in Span Span-.
. Span-. ish).' ; v ,-
2) Prominent hunger marcher. (12)
3) Sues Canal pilot. (8) ;
' 4) Panama treaty negotiator. (4) ;" ; ...v
Headline' name! Stevenson.
1) ,Manager of the Ancon commissary. (13)
2) Panama's commissioner of interna revenue. (9)
3) US treaty negotiator. (13)
4) Ghost writer for Sadeye Sam. (23)
Headline name: Potter.
1) Touted ; broken field runner for upcoming CZ
season. (25) 1
' "4 2) Noted outward-looker who, however, has been
unable to discern whether any shops are going
- up or prices coming down in Panama for Jan. 1.
(10) v
- 3) New brand-name for meat in special Interna International
tional International sandwich. (7) .-
' 4) CoL Nasser's brother-in-law. ,(5)
Headline name: Somoza. . .,
. -1) Prominent figure among those wondering how
' loss of commissary priveleges will affect their
family budget comeyan. 1. (24)
2) Admiring student of democracy as' practiced at
. ' the recent national party conventions Stateside.
: (0) ... : v-
i) Admiring student of democracy as practiced
, anywhere. (0) :
: 4) Best win bet among August acceptors in presi presidential
dential presidential handicap. (28)
s Confusion, that's what's rife. It Is evident, b the
spread of votes. Those polled were clearly unable to
form a unilied opinion. i
It is up to those of us in the newspaper business to
, try to clear up this fogginess. In the other hand, read readers
ers readers must follow us with close attention.
When we print an account of a Treaty of Mutual
Understanding, anyone withr-even a rudimentary under understanding
standing understanding of English could surely comprehend that 'this
is not a Treaty of Mutual Misunderstanding. .
I doa't know what I can do with some of you un unlettered
lettered unlettered louts, honest I don't.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT the other week paid
heed to Ted Williams' felicitous discovery of a method
of communing with a bunch of bleacher yahoos at their
own level.
Shortly after the comment appeared, came a tatter tattered
ed tattered but in every other respect proper postcard from Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, declaring that because of Theodore and his vivid
fantomime, beer will no longer be sold In the Fenway
ark stands. ; :' ::
Let's not blame Williams. When the rowdies learn.,
to handle their beer one fraction as well as he does his
baseball, maybe the park authorities will consider letting
them have it tack. ..,.' -...'
It might be further asked, who does the most for
America's national sport the big-leaguer who spends
his off-duty hours coaching kids and imbuing them with
a love of the game which has given him so much, or the
$1 customers who think their admission fee constitutes
a federal license for larrikanism? ,. :
-Meanwhile, let's honor these correpsnodents, and the
rest of you dreary lot, with a looi at the j
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whether it does you (or hira) any better than it did last
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SUNDAT, AUGUST 23, 1"--S

TET SfXDAY AMTKICA3

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sita:;i;:g e;:gli sii in dritaih
HOW .'.ORE A CHORE TliAll EVER

By GENE ..PATTERSON,

LONDON CUP) The Brit British
ish British social fad of the moment is
getting to be strain for Ameri-
in FntrlanH.

..i iit in Europe for

vr said Mrs. Virginia

Stoecker of La Crosse, Wis., now
rprtcoat country. I

X tOlViill s -
tirad In idant.

-I a nnt v 'easoline for

netrol'. or. 'baby carriage' for.

nr.m nr "refrigerator

fridge" or 'table napkin' for
! 'serviet.' I frit A better to call my
Lving room a lounge."
"1 have been a regular good goodwill
will goodwill ambassador. That is finished.
.f m oninu back to speaking

Dure American. From right here

out.1;;. ..

Dear Virginia: You have compa-;

gar for a dime. It leaves the
average Yank feeling like an
eighth-grade French student
addressing the Academie
Francaise when all he wants is a
relaxed chat over his warm beer
in the pub at the turning.
Gone are the days when they

admired Americans here for try

ing. II ne saw parior lor
"lounge" it was charming in a
middle-western sort of way. "

Now an American cant afford'

for to try. What if he came nauway

and blurted "lounge'' and flian 11
make it all the way to "drawing
room?" :.

"It was living room in Wiscon Wisconsin,"
sin," Wisconsin," Mrs. Stoecker said with
femine finality. "It is living room
here." - : .

Atom Power Plant Plant-Completely
Completely Plant-Completely Safe
To Water, Cities
CHICAGO (UP) The pro proposed
posed proposed Commonwealth Edison nu nuclear
clear nuclear power plant will be as safe
as an ordinary factory, comoany
witnesses told the Illinois Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission.
John Poer, chief engineer for the

project, said the water drawn into

the plant from the Kankakee Riv River
er River and later discharged into the
Illinois River will not be affected
Itself down if any increase in
by radiation. The plant will shut
temperature or excessive steam
formation occurs, he said.
The project will cost approxi approximately
mately approximately $45,000,000 before- it is
completed in 1960. The General,

Electric company is building the

D:cl:r$ bSldy
01 llesrl Disease

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. -UP)-

me death of an unnamed baboon

in the New Orleans zoo is be

lieved to have civen a clue ta

special atomic generators which!" bo numbe' one

t .e fiist case ol an animal devtl-analysis of blood content But heanimal fats of any kind.
opuig natal'y fatty deposit athad dealth with calf aortas and Forty scientists recently gathj
It a si similar to ttvse which caure bovines' do not naturally developed in San Antonio to plan an
hardening of the arteries in raan.the disease. "Institute Without- Walls." an iii-
Di. Holman called in D-. N 1. A check of the findings led to thetensive attack upon hardenfne of
Wertbessen of Southwest Foiu-U-conclusion that the lower primates the arteries. They aereeri thatlo
tion. By tr.nuf of the perfusnnraust be the experimental animalser primates are a re"ite for a
pump developed cnder his dros-ln reasearch on heart disease, thorough studv and will use a cob
tion, Werthessen had been able toThe diet of the animal which 0nv of 200 baboon.
keep an aorta alive outside thedied of heart disease had been po- Southwest Foi""1tim k cnndc
bodr for a month which permittedtatoes, carrots, greens,, green In? a drive to raise $50,000 for th
study of the organ and a chemicalbeans and peanuts. It had eaten noresearch.

will produce 180,000 kilowatts of

electricity for area residents.

' It' this British fad of classify classifying
ing classifying the spoken word into "U" and
"Non-U" categories. It gets a lot
of tee-hees from the natives who
An cricket and crumpets.

But ifii making visitors from the
land of baseball and blueberry pie
fool more like country cousins

N a mild nrofessor; named Alan

S C. Kess of Birmingham Univer University
sity University reduced Anglo-American rela relations
tions relations to the state of estranged

Vinfniv 'when' he oublished

paper called "linguistic Class-In-:

' dicators in Present-Day tngusn.

iThtwr-class novelist Nancy buv

ford had some fun with the pro
fessor'a findings by turning them
into highly hieh-handed die-

tionarv of "IT (upper class) and

4'Non-U" (non-upper class) ways
of saying things in English.
eh. mit it all down with fenun-

n. finoiitv in- i book called

"Noblesse Oblige,", which is ig ignobly
nobly ignobly obliging Americans to wlh-

draw r to weir n am e w u

vniahnlariiii in social self-defense

Even among the British (which
t what Non-U oeoDle call the

English) the laughs are getting
hollow. "" -'.- ':
It was great fun at first to
chuckle over Miss Mitford's dicta:
"telegram" was upper class and

'wire non-upper class; "writing-paper"-
was U, "notepaper'V non non-U;
U; non-U; "false teeth" U, ."dentures"
non-U: f'house" U, "home" non-U:
U; "rich" tJ, "wealthy" non-U-
"stays" U, "corsets" non-U.
On and on: "lounge" non-U,
drawing room" U: "sweet" non-

tl. "nuddine" U: "Scottish" non-

U, "Scotch" jU: "greens" non-U,
"looking-glass U.

One who is U does not say

"The Guards" but rather "The

Tride." of course. "Bye Bye"

i. one; the hotter people sav
. u vp," it i Vt evci "toiM"

; ; u i .. u ". ." i a ,-i't
t v l'.
biso UiJii't say wl-.y any of it was
o. This means there aren't any
rules one can learn. One just
knows, doesn't one.
Suddenly it ain't fimnyi The
real U i laugh heartily and aren't
at all sure if they're proving their
positions. Those who are non-U
chuckle as if they art U and won-
der if anyone can telL

One doesn't want to seem U in
Britain's unquestionably classless
society, of course, because that
would be dreadfully non-U. But
.then after all T.
"Don't tell me that people take
It seriously," cried Miss Mitford.
"How too perfectly awful.'.'
Yeah.
If it has got the English (Brit (British)
ish) (British) stuttering, lo, the poor
; American. ..
He has trouble enough learning

just to say fundamentals "turn

ing" instead of "corner, "zed"

for "x," "holiday" for "vacation,"

"bill" for 'check,' 'tin for

-'. 'can.

-The hood of his car is already
, a bonnet, the trunk a boot, the

tender a wing,' the bumper a fen
der, and it hasn't been easy,

So this U and non-U husinr

retines just a little too much sug

WAIITED:
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REWARD:
JCw3 mi.es cr iDors cf
Cuwiuwil tilling fttul

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Scientists Seek

To Save Forests

From Storm Fires

FLAGSTAFF. Aril. (UP)

Scientists and U.S. Forest Service
officials are attempting to dissi-

late electrical energy in clouds
lefore it can strike as lightning.
ThA AvnorimnnU ars hpintf rap.

ried out in Coconino National For- After we give your cars chassis a

est in an attempt to prevent forest thorough ones-over with Mtrfak, you're set

for 1,000 miles or more of the smoothest
driving you've ever enjoyed. That's because
Marfnk wards off wear and friction
fully protects vital parts . won't jar out,
squeeze out or wash out Drive in today
for longer lasting Marjtk lubrication!

fires.'

Electricity in storm clouds wil'

be lotted up by silver iodide,

which is used to try to produce!
rain. : i

Jack Barrows, chief of the divi

sion of fire research from the
intermountain forest and range

experiment, station in Missoula,
Mont, said experimenters will at attack
tack attack likely looking clouds in two
ways,. A
He said they will shoot silver
iodide .into the clouds from gener generators
ators generators on the ground and will drop
it into clouds from the air.

You're welcome al your
TEX ACO Dealer ;

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"

In the Southwest Foundation for

Research and Education publica publication,
tion, publication, it was announced that a ba-
boon had been found witch had

developed in a natural man-1

ner the fatty deposits which cause

hardening of the artieries. j

Animals used previously '.n re-!

search cows, chickens, dogs and

suinea bIes- have never oeen i

known' to develop the disease nat-l

uraliy. .

The discovery of an aniaml which

had developed the disease was a
lucky accident of science.

No one pain much attention w

the death of a 16-year-old baboon

in the New Oreans soo. Hj wns
only one of many and he hadut
even teen given a name

But this unnamed animal was

to make medical history. Bijtir.e
pru.edure In nch cases is an au autopsy.
topsy. autopsy. This was done by Dr. Rus Rus-sel
sel Rus-sel Holman rA his assom'ss
at Louisiana's ate University.

Thty found h was apprenuy

you re a

i

in

pure Irish linen
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or

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J just arrived in one
or two pieces at ;

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WASHINGTON TTP lMin.

ty-five out of 100 disabled World

war Jl veterans rehabiliated un under
der under recently expired Public Law
16 are now gainfully employed and
enjoy their work, the Veterans Ad Administration
ministration Administration reported.

Of the 610,000 veterans who over

came disabilities through training,
571,300 are now workine. 7 ner

cent of them at jobs requiring use
f their newly, acquired skills, the
VA said.
A survey conducted by the agen

cy snowea mat nearly all 99 per

cent oi inose neiped DacK to ,a
productive life enjoy their particu particular
lar particular jobs. .. ;

Training received under Public

Law 16 has.enaWed the average
, veteran to nearly double his in income.
come. income. Before training he earned

139 a week. At present, he has a
weekly income of $72.
The percentage of P. L. 16 veter

ans working in professional, semi semi-professional
professional semi-professional and managerial .occu .occupations
pations .occupations 35 per; cent is higher
than that of the national labor
force, VA figures, showed.-
Nearly 38 per cent are working
In skilled trade and industrial occu occu-.
. occu-. pations, 14 per cent are farming
and the remainder have "a variety
of jobs." ;
Cold statistics alone dont tell
the whole story, a VA spokesman

said. The initial task of helping

the partially disabled veteran re regno
gno regno his self-confidence and select
a vocation which will enable him
to use profitably his remaining phy-

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CHICAGO (UP) A conven convention
tion convention nf handwritine experts agreed

that modem penmanship is. pretty
bad, but opinions diverged on the
reasons why today's writing is so
sloppy.; '
One expert-pointed an accusing
finger at current styles in pen
tips. These instruments have re removed
moved removed the distinctive shading that

formerly, characterized signatures,
he said., .... ,,

Another called for more concen concentration
tration concentration on the teaching- of -pen

manship. "Even the teachers don't
know how to write anymore," he

said.";".":,' i

The" fact- that everyone Is
taught to write alike with no em emphasis
phasis emphasis on developing individuality
in signatures is another difficulty

cited by the experts, wno are an
members of the American Society
of Questioned Document Exam

iners,

Two types of signatures haven't,
risen or declined in quhaty, they

saidi Bankers and doctors wrote

liwihlv 20 vears aeo. and still do.

And .11 they are jaoonng unaer
the imoression that an odd signa

ture discourages forgery, t they're
dead wrong. A scribbled signature
is the easiest of all to copy,, the
experts concluded, i

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iiuirror suuaa on siaimess steel wau. .". --r-i

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Afternoon rest period esn be
PAUL Making a recipe book,
By KAT SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer
: THE after-lunch rest period dur-
wg me neat Of summer is resit
- ed .as strenuously by children to today
day today as it was by their mothers
" -aha dads when thev were voune.
Being old-fashioned, I hold with
the theory that a quiet afternoon
hour away from playmates pays
- off in sunnier dispositions and few
er, cranny scraps .at me end of a
hot day.-
tecause it is difficult to con-
vim-e the young, school-age child
. or nie wisdom of the theory,
s.,Vown project or two whleh
mother and child can do together
may overcome the-resistance.
One constructive project we're
trying this summer is assembly
fa recipe notebook. I sm an
inveterate clipper of recipes
" which I rsrely get around to
copying en neat cards.
Th pictures that accompany
recipes in newspapers and mag magazines
azines magazines give me ideas for set settings
tings settings and service. :
I have a large box of clippings
In a shameful state of disorder
which we are slowly reorganizing.
A looselcaf notebook, unlined pa paper
per paper and a little helper are the es
gf-ntisl materials.
Make, your own index labs, div

A MATURE woman can get her
self thinner if it matters to
She can do it with the help of hJr
doctor,, will power and some una
ginative meal-planning.
But whether she has weight weight-toting
toting weight-toting intentions r not, she cen
tiinly ought to pay attention to
whether her abdomen sticks out
r not..
Even-, the best clothes hang
queerly and hike up at the hem

when worn by a woman whose
posture is sway-backed. Some slen
der, beautifully dressed mature
women wreck their appearances
bv standing as thoueh thev were
iitct nmin(f nn fmm Hav at tha
washboard. -,
A protruding abdomen Isn't to
much a problem of weight as it
is of muscles those things you
haven't thought about since field
hockey days. There are various
exercises to develop these mus muscles,
cles, muscles, but few things help like
holdind in the abdomen, (in (in-scioutly,.
scioutly,. (in-scioutly,. for long periods at
time. ,
Sitting posture is as vital in the
battle as standing posutreIt one
slumps' in the chair, legs askew,
the ribs crunch down into the mid
dle and the middle folds over the
abdomen: -" -.
' Palling .up and in, holding one's
chest and head up gives one an
opportunity. -to give -a pull on the
abdominal muscles. U s long bat
tie to get them to stay in uncon
sciously v but it'i worth it.
makes It look like chromium fin
ish. Satin finish looks like true Bter-
ling. Scratches are less apparent
on tne latter. .. ;
A' hollow-bandied knife of stain
less steel with a forged steel blade
is a good buy. However, this two-
piece knife may not hold ud in an
automatic washer becansa, of the
high temperature. A one piece
maae is. pest tor aisn-wasner own owners.
ers. owners. :)' ;""y"r.".:
S m a U electrical appliances
should have adequate "lea" insu
lation to prevent the heat from
marring the table top or work
counter surface. -y
Interfscines are neressarv in
homemade clothes so that they
will have the crisp custom look.
biipcovers will hold their ; un-
wnnklcd position it i long, nar narrow
row narrow Toll of newsriwper or heavy
rubber tubing is forced between
the seat and back or arms of the
sofa., 'i
A desk plated at right angles to
a wall takes up much less space.
Y
source f pleasure rather than
is one good quiet time project.'
iding them into categories such as
iisn, meaiu and .salads.-.-
Each reclue la laiwd tn
of paper and Inserted in the note-'
uuuk. wnere recmcs ar nii.
uueui on we DacK.ot a page we
cui a noie in the notebook page
to make a -sort of frame, and tape
the recipe into the cut-out part.
.We're using a regular, student student-size
size student-size notebook which is large e-
nougn u take pictures and the
step-by step photos of certain
cooking teenmques and use of
trimmings. (I also find such a
notebook most helnful for
uie inicM news on me nest ways
i ucac auu can joods.)
Another quiet and construe construe-tiv
tiv construe-tiv project thefs fun to shar
with child is wading through
ths snapshots you've tucked a a-way
way a-way in drawers or bexss against
the day you'll get ths time to do
something about them.
T a
, am surpnsea at me genuine
interest children have In picutres
oi xnemseives at any age. The
uesi piciure oi a given event or
pose deserves mounting In the
lamuy aioum.
But the pile of discards can
yield plenty of material for a
child to put- iny his- or her o-vt al-
ibum, lapmg them to construction
paper into- which hoics are puncii puncii-jcd.
jcd. puncii-jcd. -.. ." ,.

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Summertime may mean easy living, but rugged camping out Is
the choice many gals make for their vacation. They bathe in the
lake and sleep In the open and love tt. Keeping clean and pretty
it a trick managed with careful selection of products for use

, By ALICIA HART,.
- . ', .'
POST CAMPING disaster i a
young lady comes home from a
summer of being a camp counsel
or or from two weeks of camping
out, with a splendid burnished tan.
She takes her first shower wtth
hot running water in two months,
or. two weeks,, and emerges pale
and peeled., The tan was over a
layer of dirt. ,"-
An exaggeration, of course, but
it makes the point. i,
Eeing pretty for fall, after liv
ing for a summer undernirimitive
conditions, is a matter of keeping
pretty ,and clean throughout the

(JJoineii (Scionq jJll

By GAILE DUGAS
NEA Women's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) A chic
and pretty grandmother who does-
n t ; believe that 1 women should
work is one o New York's top de
signers. Mie has been in business
for 27 years and during that time
has run her home like clockwurk.
She is Mrs. Gertrude Goldworm,
head of her own knitwear busi
ness and recent recipient of the
Woolknit Design Award. She was
the first to introduce the wool
boucle suit in this country, had the
first, ribbon knits with Bcauvais
embroidery and brought out the
first embroidered sweater in 1940,
She introduced her first woolknit
coat in 1951 as a topper. Now, it's
full lensth"and bulkv. She was al
so-first with that yarn-and-velvet
stole that women loved and wore
In raps few season hack.
I As head of her own business.
'she's an anomaly. Her voice is
! soft. She says "please'' when she
asks for somsthing. She considers
that women who try t o run a
show .without men are crazy.
i The men in her life who have
i exerted the greatest influence o o-!
! o-! ver her have been her late hus hus-Iband
Iband hus-Iband and her son, Robert, who is
mnur in thn business with her.
I rtuallv her" husband! started
I out in the business years ago and
I Mrs. Goldworm was drawn into
By BETSY WADE
NEA Stiff Writer
Package leyettes are fina if
you're rushed for time or some
distant relative semis one without
your permission. But generally
speaking, a woman can get beltet
P..A."

eau
summer. -And this !s dependent
upon the products one takes along
for vacation.
Anvone who's eoine to be with
out running water or without hot
water ought to- anticipate how
she's going to keen her face clean
during this time. Gals who'll swim
dally insalt water have, a double
problem. A bottle or two of a se-
mi-liouid. cleanser isa.j?ood net
It will probably clean better than
hard, cold water. Also, since it has
a cold-cream-like texture, it adds
important moisture to a skin that
dries easily wih -sun and swim swimming.
ming. swimming.
. A shampoo in a lake or river, is

Will

Mrs. Gertrude Goldworm; "Women 'who try to run a show
of any kind without men are erasy.".- H ji

value for her Baby If she shops
for each category herself.1
In preparing for the arrival of
their Babies, may women have
found there ate never enough dia-
nets, un ershirts and crib sheets.
there always seem to be, f o r
some reason,' too many sweater
and cap sets that are too soon
outgrown.
The six month size is the bes
uy for the unborn Baby. 1 The 0
size mar fit better at first, but
good-sized Baby
wll grow out

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while camping. Lack of warm running water (left) means that
facial cleansing is done with a lotion. A lake shampoo (center)
calls for a gentle, easy-lathering shampoo. Pin curl permanent
(right) eliminates futile nightly pin-ups.

fun, as anyone who has watched
lather float off in a great circle
will testify. But such water is oft often
en often sufficiently hard to be squirted
through an oak plank. The sham shampoo
poo shampoo that goes along camping ought
to be gentle, easy lathering and
easy to rinse but Frequent sham shampooing,
pooing, shampooing, by the way, becomes very
vital under conditions where per perspiration
spiration perspiration and salt or organic fake
matter can accumulate in t h e
scalp., .i'v'VT v
Staying curly Is a severe prob problem.
lem. problem. Rightly pin-ups last until the
bef ore-breakfast dip, which is
hardly long enough to be worth
the ffort. Pretty soon a coiffure

JJvnic, She

of it in a twinkling. Most under undershirts
shirts undershirts and nighties in the six six-month
month six-month size can be tied closely at
first to give better looks.
: For those who haven't caught on
to this time-saver yet: fold Baby's
diapers in the correct shape, dou
ble it you use them that way, as
you take them off the line or out:
of the dryer. This eliminates, an
extra operation.
Baby's diaper pins
should be:
sharp, new, unrusted.
They may'

SSIFIEBST

Water

can look like a bunch of kelp.
a valuable aid here is a pin
curl permanent If one l given
just before departure, It can be re renewed
newed renewed at the half way point, if a
complete kit is taken along. Fin
curl permanents aren t conspicu
ous while set, a value where pri privacy
vacy privacy is minimal.. One pin-curl per
manent has big plastic pins that
do no damage to fingernails and
eliminate the possibility of. rust
from metal pins.
With, a little care, no, returning
camper should have to worry a a-bout
bout a-bout washing her tan down the
drain or having to commit herself,
to three days at a beauty salon.
r
it on what we now term "a con
sultant basis." She stayed. de
spite her beliefs about women and
the business world. She is glad
that she did. Since the death of
her husband three" years ago, the
business and her son have given
ner something for which to live
- ."I was never very good at bridg
es ana luncheons," she says. 1 al
ways felt out of dace somehow.
So gradually, I found myself work
ing. .',.' .-.. ,.
Mature -women, she thinks, oft
en dress too youthfully. She feels
that woolknit fashions are ideal for
the youn figure since they're the
only fashions that adjust graceful gracefully
ly gracefully to the loss or gain of a few
pounds.
Her own personal favorite colors
are black and white and she
wears them the year around.
This year, she considers the
knit sheath dress with matching
cardigan (in black and brown or
royal blue) and the bulky knit
coat (with or without hood) fash fashion
ion fashion foremosts. She's also fond of
the cable knit dress and thinks it
has a fresh, new. look.
If she had to do it over, she
would not go into business, she
says. But one wonders. The enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm is there and a real love for
the work she's doing. .You have a
feeling that she may be wrong a a-bout
bout a-bout what she'd do if she had a
second chance.
be the kind with the plastic safe
ty ends, if they suit you. They
should be stored, shut, on a pin
cushion or in a bar of soap, point
in, out oi uaoy s reach.
Many parents search in vain for
Baby undershirts with tabs dor
diaper pins, in the two-year size
The omission is not vital, since Ba
by will soon be wearing training
pants, which need no pins. The
. few weeks of diapers after Babv
goes into the two-year size aren't'
suuicient to destroy the shirts.

For the first fall days with summer, temperature, -Stfr
Koret of San Francisco has done this one-piece dress in a bidi

I of cotton and celaperm.. Cut on

cutis and set-In tailored collar. It's guaranteed machine wash wash-able,
able, wash-able, By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor. ,

in ; .f$

Tattling May Often Be
A Child's Cry. For Help

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
After George's parents got
their, parlor sofa reuphotstercd
they forbade him Brother, their
younger on, to iump on it.
One afternoon, .Brother had a
guest. While his mother was down

in the cellar using the washinn'reasnn the f.'r.ttv.r-

machine, they started
on the
sola.
r
f ';!,-I i-
I now, ft'----"'. ,u,iiiiiiis mi
dclicioub.y re- ia.:t that he shut
his, five-year-old mind against
the ban and challenged
his guest to see who could jump
harder and higher. I
Watching; their irresponsible
rapture from the dining room,
George felt a sudden, passionate
temptation to jump on the sofa
himself. He became frightened
that it might overwhelm him, be-
traying him into risking his mo mother's
ther's mother's displeasure. So he ran to
the head of the kitchen "stairs to
yell, "Ma,-Brother and Sam are
jumping up and down, on the
new sofa! i
If you want to call George
names, label him ''tattletale." But
I think his tattling was simply
an appeal for support" of his
weakening resistance to forbid forbidden
den forbidden behavior. ;
As a matter of fact, tattling by
older children is often just thai.
And when we imagine it to be
only, malicious desire togetyoung togetyoung-er
er togetyoung-er ones in trouble, our judgment

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Staying pale is what some women want to do In the summer,
even if they go to the beach. This young woman uses a cream
designed to prevent tanning. r

ONCE it was onlv the
fashion
models who stayed pale in tlie
summer and they did it because
they were being photographed in
winter clothes when the rest of the
world was basking on the beach.
But these days lots of girls
stay pale all summer from
choice. Some are the kind of
frail, pale beauties who look un unlikely
likely unlikely with a tan. Others find
that the little than thty get isn't
worth the work of peeling. Still
others iutt don't want to gtt tan.
To assist the girls who want to
look delicate all summer, a fa
mous : manufacturer has brought
out a tan-preventive lotion.- This
product has the now traditional
sunscreen element plus a water-

proofing compound that makes thc;pro6f plastic squeeie bottle.

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shaft lines,' it has striped skirt.
oflt is superficial and itereotyel
, To judge It properly", wa klwayi
have, to take into account tha
older child's basic problem his
fear of displeasing Us., ' '
Frbra his point of view,' we'va
iiou uur secona cnua tor on y f"
( IS.
youii-r ciiiiJ vS.o Us i ,, i
perienced displacement,'
So he therefore fear inn'pin
himself In displeasing behavio
more than, Brother does..' When
tempted to Join in' it .' with tha
younger boy;-he runs t6 ."tattle
on him. By getting us to. end th
sofa-jumping he hopes to get ua
10 ena a dangerous temptation
he cant resist, V :
If we, can see this, wa wont
condemn his: tattlina as contemnt.
ible, making, him still mors un
certain of our love, Instead wt
give him the affection he has in indirectly
directly indirectly asked for,-- saying, t'How
good ypu didn't jump pa the sofa,
too". - ,-: ,.
Gradually,' he discovers that 6
can resist impulses to despleasing
behavior aad outgrows. his tatU
in? appeals for help in resisting
tbem. '' 1 i
Hisf motivation Is. exactly 'that
of adult tattlers who deny! other
people pleasure lest they desire
the pleasure too .ardently, them themselves'
selves' themselves' A"- '":
lotion do its work even while tha
wearer swims. . :
It can be warn at a wiaVeup
bate if work or gardening krs
on outdoors in the summer ef efficiently
ficiently efficiently to warrant it. The
crsam it grtassless and invisi
ble and works wsll under make makeup.
up. makeup. Staying pale at the beach or ua ua-der
der ua-der other condition of drastic ex exposure
posure exposure to the sun' requires many
layers of the cream, used liberal
ly.
The cream is versatile in that
it can be used, in a one-layer ap application,
plication, application, to promote a sale, slow
than.
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, SKETCHING AT G ATTN LAKE Catsy Taylor, who was ap
pointe dthis week to the Art Review Committee of the National
League of American J'en. Women, is shown sketching in. oils at
.' Oatun Lake. ,-..,,.h.v-

CATST TAYLOR APPOINTED TO NATIONAL K
ART REVIEW COMMITTEE OF PEN WOMEN ? X '.
'" Dorothy tts Mawlii,' National President, National
Lea rue of American Pen Women, has announced the an anointment
ointment anointment of Catherine (Catsy) W. Taylor of Balboa, to be
a member of the National Art Review Committee for 1956-,
1951. The Leajue has branches in Hawaii, Alaska and in
all of the States. Members consist, of professional artists,
, writers and composers. Mrs. Taylor is a former state pres pres-.
. pres-. v ident of the Caanl Zone Branch.

Th1 nat.lnn&l : advtsnnr mm

'mlttee will review art problems
and bring their recoramenda recoramenda-1
1 recoramenda-1 tions to- the National Executive

Board of the League. Every two
years the league holds an exhib exhibit,
it, exhibit, tt the National Art Gallerv.

f ) t h sonlan Institution, Wash-

. ' r is r'T"-"v work-

(

x f-'r ork v, ul re suown
tt t...e Christmas Card Preview
r ;ty, which will be held at the
, Iwtel Tivoli, sept. 12.
IV.es Joan Curtis Engaged To To-Harry
Harry To-Harry Lt. Charles Caldwell v
Mr. and Mrs. carter c. Curtis
et Coco Solo announce the en en-,
, en-, f agement of their daughter,
Joan, to Lt. (jg) Charles B.
Caldwell, son of Mrs. R. H. Pow.
ell cf Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
.Miss Curtis Is a graduate of
Cristobal High School and at
present employed by the Benefl-
clal Finance Company In .San
piego, California.
Lt. Caldwell attended Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana State University where he
was a member of Kappa Sigma
Fraternity. He entereij the Navy
as a naval aviation cadet. In
May 1953. ..
.Lt. Caldwell Is now stationed
with Petrol Squadron Forty-Five
' at Coco Solo, awaiting transfer
to Bermuda in the near future.
A fall wedding is planned.
Thomas-Treffinier
Weddine; la New York

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.Head,
former resident of Panama CI-1
. ty announces the wMldina-nfl

their daughter,, Constance Lu Luna
na Luna ; Trerfinjrer to Mr. Peter
Tr.nmasof New York City.
The wedding took place on the
ISth 'bf August In Tampa, Fla,
Iter their honeymoon in New
oik,-the couple will reside In
l: mi, Fla. where the bride
U resume Tier studies at the

rr.ivrsity of Miami. The groom,

ao pngmeer, is associated with

- l. e fcperry Gyroscope Co.
rartwr'j Party
I" or Students .?... ''

Ernest Madura Jr. o-av a for.

Jell party Friday night at the

rome o mt. ana Mrs.. Walter
Maduro, El Cangrejo, for ... the

atuaents who are returning to
. college and for his cousin, John

j.nuro wno is also leaving Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for the States to- enter
J college. :. ,.
Ipedida For' 1
Liiitinrnlshed Visitors
j CWO Ernest K. Hock CO. 79th
; Army band of Fort Clayton, gave
; a dinner party at Clayton Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club In honor of the Mayor
of San Jose, Costa Rica, Jaime
Tormo Ortiz and Miss Rosalinda
Rim&nn.- t .-
;s The former was here to at attend
tend attend VI Inter-American Confer Conference
ence Conference of Municipalities, and the
latter was spending her vaca-
tion from De Paul. University,
chicpgoi. f' ' ...
. : Other guests were Mr. and
.Mrs. Frances A.'Relman, Miss
. Margie Reiman and Mr. and
Mrs. Aroldo Jimenez of the Cos Costa
ta Costa Rlcan debates to the Con Congress
gress Congress of Municipalities.
Poctors Wives 1
la hion Show
A preview of Fall Fashions will
' be presented by the Doctors' 1
Vkhes' Club In their fortbcom- i

ing Charity Fashion Show on
Wednesday. Aueust 29. at the

Fort Amador Officers? Club.

Fashions are being' presented
through the courtesy of Felix B.
Maduro. Mrs. A. B. nerran Ix

the fashion show coordinator,

, Models participating are Mes Mes-'
' Mes-' dames E. K. Bell, E. J. Ewald, W.
X. Bailey, Bernard WiUette,
3 Kenneth Zimmerman, and Stan Stan-i
i Stan-i i ley G. Winsky, who will be
showing morning, afternoon,
cocktail or evening wear, with
Mrs. Richard M. Doerrman
I showing '-lady in waiting" f ash ash-;
; ash-; ions. The Misses Mary Cleve,
;j Sally ; Harrold, Ruth Margaret
ilBrowrr. Jo Ann- Potter. Susan

Ruth Potter, Marlfrances Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, Valerie Wiley, Jackie Wilson
and Sallv Eastman, will show

sportswear, travel,' back to! ;

"Little Girl" fashions will be

shown, by Cathryn Hartmana

and Mamey Bruce, and will lni

elude sportswear and paTty
dresses. , i

Operation Fashion Show was

Dlanned by a committee headed
by Mrs. Stanley G. Winsky of
Fort Kobbe. fler committee In Included
cluded Included Mrs. Walter F. Hanley.
president of the Doctors' Wives'
Club. Mrs. Norman B. Wiley.

Mrs. a O. Bruce. Mrs. Gerald E.
Cosgrove. Mrs. William Brown,
Mrs. E. G. Mlchelsen, Mrs.'Frank
Pr Smith, Mrs. James B. Nichols,

Mrs. W. O. Doueherty. Mrs, A.

E. Gerrans, and Mrs. L. F. Wil

son. t -'i

LiEhtins "for the Doctors'

Wives' i Fashioh show U under

the direction of Dorrls B. Cald
well of the Fort Kobbe Service
Club. . ..

The transnortation and build-

in? of the runwav Is belnr ar.

pnmnllshrT t.hrnno'h th pniirtei

sy of F. S. Rudeshelm of Baxter,
S.A. with Mrs. William Brown of
Balboa heading the property
and transportation committee.'

European hairdresser, Ninoj

will create the hair styles and)
mk-un wilt h hv Varrilpv fit!

Felix Maduro. A snecial diamond i

shaped Italian hair style by

Glbco of Panama will be worn
by one of the models.
T.iirhn Axrarrnr will nrnvlrl

the musical background for the
show. Tickets are available for

the Fashion Show at Fell R

Maduro's Tivoli Avenue store
and at the main store on Cen Central
tral Central Avenue through the ticket
sales r.h airman Mm. TO n nnit-

gherty or can be purchased at
the door at 12:30 p.m. the day
of the. how. t
(Continoed en Pagt I)

5 MARGARET BROWN, dUughter. of Mr. arid Mrs! WUllara
?7n.of AncGn models "n Hractiv9 back-to school outfit,
wnue Kirs. Earl Gerrans commentates, at a recent, dress re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal for the Doctor's Wives Fashion Show, which will be
- held at the Amador Officers' club Wednesday at 12:30 p-.m.;

: Dorothy Chase V!
Former Ballerina and' Radio' .City Rockette also active 1
member of the Dance Masters of America; will- re-open
RSrJSSulin'i th, Bal,boa Y.M C.A. on September 4th.'
tots to women's classes. .
BALLET, TAP, TOE AND RHYTHMIC EXERCISES

,agl5trai0,ns vle neid Wednesday and Thursday.,

w ou iiuiii v.ju it. in, to 2

JLas uruces St.. Balboa, C.Z.

, p.m,( at residence 744A

For further Information Phone Balboa 1751

F;; Win THr-

WIS III
waif lwrli ti m 4
II Ycu'ro f!::i
URBANA, III. (UP) The
return from that vacation mifht

nnt b auit Ka trnpnm fhi voav

if vou take a few nrecautian hv

iore you go, accorainij iot.ii,:

neanier. Lnivprsnv nr uiinnis rn.

,rat recreationlst; '
Regnier -has compiled a list of
preventive measures .that would
take the 'carefree vacationist
about one hour to perform:
Check purses, billfolds, identifi identifications,
cations, identifications, car and health Insurances,
credit cards, : and traveler's
checks to see that thev are in

order. v- t . , ; :

Lock the house windows,- and
unolur evervthine that's elrtri.i

cailv nowered Ijav thi nilnt

lights on in the .gas-range and'

Inform all deliver? irenrfo tn!

stop service temporarily.- Also tell i
your neighbor you'll be away and!
give- him a forwarding address;
and the kev 1n vnur hmica-in .c

of an emergency. Make arrange-i

in cms wiui suiiieuoe to care tnr

your pels and lawn.
It's also a Band idem vA

nier. to inform the local police or

unerui uai.youil oe out, of, town.

CARD OF TKA.NKS
Friends and rflativei of the late;. .1..
FRANK LAWLS V
x Express their sincere gratitude for the hilo nd fc-'o-lences
volunteered by their many friends aiid ataua' ataua'-ances
ances ataua'-ances during their bereavement. ;

, Fresh as aU outdoors

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x AUG. 26 SEPT. 17:30 p.m.
. Every Night Gospel Preaching , -Sun.
Rev. E. F. Paderewski.
Mon Chaplain Hollingsworth w
Tues. Rev. William Beeby.
Wed-Rev. Isaac Perez.
fhurs. Rev. Edmund Stallworth. '.4 T ;
Fri. A Sat. Rev. Fred Roth. :
Gospel singing led by Roy Wallace ;
Nursery provided -yean and under '
COCOLI DAPTIST CilUnCIl
This Church is nnder the Home Mission Board of, the
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years 1919-1930 while he taught at
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th excitins rhythms of CLARENCE MARTIN'S.
orchestra in the beautiful BELLA VISTA ROOM and
for the late comers Georre Godov plays the piano
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COMMERCIAL & FOR SALE
rirSMAI Household
.PROFESSIONAL ,0R SAufciUytaait.-.
' J and dining room suites. CaH aft-
' '- or 4 p.m. 3-2434.
I 1 1 1 C 1 1 F) A M C F F0R SAUs Rattan, lounge chair
liJjUli" Vl" wrth foot rett; also astorted win-,
,.11-WWnCV' ' tor clothing for girl age four and
i .ALL KINUb) ioy aga- nina. Phona Balboa.
;; :. 2115.,
' mi RIDGE FOR SALE: Chart drawers,
. J1J1 XiAV, ,rtiur wmirror. steel) $10 ea.
PhOIe fnJ" Vr. r r k Wirim Blondtr, 25-60 eycla.
; J Write Box I. BaftOA, Hamilton Baach wixar, 25-60
: v r 1545-A, Maago Straal,
I' Hours 8 to 11 l:M Balboa. -..-. i
' Rftturdays 9 a.m.-to noon. :
I K hmiTS Pan 3-7.050 ; FOR SAL!. Badroom sat .oa-
Alier til!lf of btd, aBJ ,,ight
.,,.i life. ,. tablet (txcludina iprinf and';
s. Educational. Ul mattran), m w.H at wnitV and
.; AiitomobUe, Fire, etc j '. ;
p""- j : '' .! finish in blond. Complera chroma 1
n i i" dintttt let coniistinf of tabla
fjr '.. and 4 chain. 50th Street Na.
TRANSPORTIS AXTlJ!: 30, uprtairi. Phone S-6908
Pachara Shipper Moyai f
Phones 1 2451 --,1: 2562 FOR SALI-Gji rang & grill,
i ''' J -, Frljidaire 5-ft electric water
'-luauA RIDING SCHOOL heater, livina and bedroom tett.
PANAMA 'r. rutMt daily linen, dithet, etc Phone Pane-
,r ti-aoaointtieiit.'' .Jf f ; i ;
7 Vi 11 "',T7. 'OR SALI. Oak 'dining room
, 'table,' 4 chain, china dotet $60;
,.11111 1 : Turh bed Aand marrrati $20.
HI-FI RECORDS : Phone Curunda 2180.
dale. popular' inl,ir'l -t -yV-
: ; DIAZ. AGENCY -vi 9 ;; ;; ;
3 Street WANTED : Ttltrition and ra-
, Open ntU ;' 1 teryiceman.' Apply in penon
to Halman, S.A Via Eipafia 1.
".S'SV'r 7Si wo Afec Power sfl'i
Mokes One Mon
,' j -aasiasssiS: : A. Hot item
' tONDON; Aug. SS (UP)-Atom-

48 Zone.
' (fvttnned ;frew : Fat 1
X-ray. anesihtsh, or labora laboratory
tory laboratory work. -."
. According to Civil DIenj
flc1als..a Bimllar program will be
"ndertakeri next year. This pro program
gram program will start loFeuaryar
wUl be. open ftD Wtfe,001
girls. r x-
'' v,- -oriv' starttoK- date wllJ
enable them to complete their
first aid and theory course, be be-vnnl
vnnl be-vnnl closes so that they
wiU be ready lor their hospital
training when surrimer vacation
begipa, ; ."
1954Wflly5StaTiojiWa2on
ia ood condition. Price
Jl;550 easy Jerms. Call
Eisenmaim, phone 2-4505.
' Qaetatlena fey
ARIAS, KATTJSS1 ASSOCUTE
SHI Ask
w.ui- stw4ui 1 'it.se
Banet niudarie .41'
Cemento Pansena v,
Cervecerla Nacional'.... SJ ,.
Chlricana da leeho U ('
Clayea j. ('.
Coca Coin
Cuentaa Coiherelalee J
Pret. with Cone. V,
DestUarjora- Radoiul
rinaridera latmefta V T.
; Pret with CoaW'.MM
rinanwra, .8. A. -,"
. Pret with Coat, www"" V
ruersa 'y jLua--Pret 49 171
f Puerta y.itgt-Cor ... S
Hotelen bUeramrrieanoe. 484
Generai d 8earot 0 ''
Pinamefia.de Acettat r,
paiumefiav de Fipraa ,.i M .'
fyujnfte de Se(wep :'-'
Panamefla' do Tabtta '.. 1
.; Tcalro Bellavtata ..
featro Central
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Agancias Internal, da Publicacionas
CASA ZALDO

. Central Ave. a
gopd an unhappy man yesterday.
Habeood. i railroad worker, was
radioactivated when f a package
containing radioactive material
fell and split its lead" casing
Thursday, 1
f The radiation wasn't enough to!
nnrn mm out it made Haogood a
"not item witn bis wife, brother
and friends. None would ome near
him. .....
Atom "experts said he would
"cool off', within 18 hours, but
Happy kept a sad face. "It's very
embarrassing." he said. "This
atom lark, is no joke-l can. tell
you."

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14 COINTREAU
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MANHATTAN
m COINTKAU
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WHITE -LADY
Ui COINTMAU
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19 Cm
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I8U CarrajeuUle
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Mtrcury 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, radio, O.D., excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Qti 690, Curunda Htt.
83-7102.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chryller
H.T. Convertible; abtolutely per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition, fully
equipped. Call. Navy 3742.
FOR SALE. 1955 Pontiee Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, hydramatio. Phona
Coca Solo 8618.
FOR SALE 1952 Ford 4-door
tedan Customline 6-cyl. Radio,
good tiret, excellent condition.
Phone Balboa 1464.
FOR SALE: Hot Rods. We have
'a 1952 Pontiac chassis with a
1948 Cadillac '. motor. Very
cheap. Smoot 6 Parades, t Lot
1 Number One.' -:
FOR SALE: '55 German Ford,
. w-t-w tires, radio,, like new,
gives 35 mpg. Phone Coco Solo
:455. ,-:.i.rv.-,.;--
FOR SALE : 1 950 Baick Super,
w-t-w tjres, radio, heater,. excel-
lent condition, $700. Phona Co Coco
co Coco Solo 351. V
FOR SALE:, 1955 Chevrolet
BelAir Station Wagon, 8000
miles, undercoated, radio, direc directional
tional directional signals, twoitone green,
.four-door, six-cylinder, $1950
'cash. Phona Balboa 3149.
FOR SALE: 1955 Nash Ram Rambler
bler Rambler Station Wagon 4-door, hy-,
. dramatic drive, all extras, low
mileage.' Transferred to Bermu Bermuda.
da. Bermuda. Mutt tell. Phona Navy 3921
or 3672. Redman Qtrs. 241-A.
Soda f anJ Otltt
7ocia I ana.: Jlherwi5t
(Continue From Pate FfVE)
National Orchestra ; I,
Gives Fourth Concert .' ?
The National Orchestra' will
give Its 4th concert of the series
Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at the
National Theater.
Herbort de Castro, will f nn-
duct, Federico Jimeno, baritunc,
win pe tne soioisi,
Tne,,.; program via mciuue
three pieces bv Relek Satle..P'
vene, Ravel, 'Berceuse Herolgue,
Debussy. four songs witn or
chestra Aria t the priest (sanv
son and Delilah) C. Samt-Sa'
ens. Psalm No. 6 (King D".vld)
Ftmnecrer L"Enfant et les r rti
leges Arlar Ravel, Ma- 'al,
FaurfS.v Danse Macabre; Saint
Saens and suite Francalse, Da-J
rius Mllhaud.
SKY-SCRAPER
le COINTREAU
! Gin
114 VewA
lit CeMC frsney
VI Owny Bre 4 .
1 DAIQUIRI
I sr COINIKUU
t pmH Hum
I Ptft IrtJSBjOSI iNplCS)
Shike wall Witn cracked Ice
RYt Moutqintsira
1 Hrt COINTUAU
2 sols Ky
Shslia well with crackea tce.v
IN WINTER)
a f em ef COiNTMAU
',...".' kiyawise... 1 1
Sm is M lisml eun.
CIA. CYRNOS. S. A.
COLON

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FARMACIA ESTADOS UNiDOS
HI Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
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MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CZ.
Pert classical back to 3 tchool
t hair-dot are being styled to type
' at Genell't Beauty Shop, Coeoli
Clubhouse. Phona Navy 3812.
Mr. Car Owner: Are ye disgust-
ed with the present servicing of
your auto? Why net call John-
tton guaranteed auto repairt. Tel..
456-A. 16th St. Melendes, Co Colon,
lon, Colon, R.P. -
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
t
FOR SALE: "Who-Dunnit" Li Library,
brary, Library, over 100 mystery novels,
m original iackett. Popular an-.
thort, $50 (Not told separate separately).
ly). separately). Balboa 3480. f
FOR 1 SALE: Beautiful white
rabbits. No. 2459 5th Street, Rio
Abajo. Phona 3-4096.
FOR SALE: Necchi BuMira
portable tewing machine, axcel-
. lent condition. House 2256-A,
Carr St Balboa.
'. FOR SALE: Thro Rod Finches
to cross with canary and breed
red canaries. Phone Panama i-'-
: 1292. i j..,.--...
FOR SALE. Metal dresser, 16"
electric fan, car heater, type type-.writer,,
.writer,, type-.writer,, 5-pe living room set.
Balboa 2-3782. f
FOR SALE-Bor't bik-24-in.,
good condition. Reasonable. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3672 Navy. ..it!" :
a Each notke for Inclusion In this
column should ba submitted in
typo-written form and mailed to one
of the box numbers listed daily In
"Social and C'iirwije," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hi.ij to t.,e otlice. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
.telephone.
CZ Pen Women
Meet Wednesday :
me canal zone Branch of the
National League of American
Pen Women will hold a meeting
atme Hotel tivoii, Wednesday
at 4:15 p.m. President Muriel de
Young has asked that all mem
bers attend.
Treasurer Bettv Bents will be
at hand to collect Christmas
Card entrance fees and plans
for the forthcoming combina combination
tion combination card preview and auto autographing
graphing autographing party slated for Sept.
12 will be iinaazea. ,
Dynamic Expbsicn
Blasts II:
aa a e
I a
tlwHwelf
rialf
Home. l!:r.3 hped
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. 'Aiur 25
(UP) An explosion today dam damaged
aged damaged the borne of a white minister
who has encouraged Negroes here
to maintain an eight-months boy
cott of city buses in segregation
dispute.
' The Lutheran minister' Rev.
Robert Grants, 27, and Ms fami family
ly family ware not at home at the time ef
the blast which knocked out lev leveret
eret leveret windows.
S "'
Police Cant. E.. P. Brown said
the vouthlul minister was believed
to be "somewhere in Tennessee"
either on vacation or business.
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Brown said' ''two or three"
sticks of dynamite were apparent
ly hurled Into the yard. The blast
ripped windows In the tront or tne
house, near the Negro Lutheran
church served by Graetz and aid
"some"' damage to the : door. A
hole about two feet in diameter
was blown in the yard.
Graetz has' been an active par participant
ticipant participant in the Negro bus boycott
and is a member of the Montgo Montgomery
mery Montgomery Improvement Association, a
group supporting the racial dem demonstration
onstration demonstration which began Dec. 5.
Brown said windows were shat shattered
tered shattered in a home across the street
but that no one was injured.
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FOR RENT
Apartxnesti

ATTENTION O. LI Just built
modern hirnithad apartments, I,
2 kedreemt, hot, cold watet.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENTr Furnished 2-bed-.
kom apartment, twa bathrooms,
etc 48th Street No. 27. Phone
2-2504 or 3-6097.
FOR RENT ALHAMBRA
APARTMENTS i furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, tile floors, cedar clos closets,
ets, closets, Venetian blinds, enclosed
gardens. Telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR' RENT r Unfurnished mod modern
ern modern apartment in exclusive EI
Cangrcje" residential district: 2
bedrooms, sitting dining riom,
maid's room, 2 baths, kitchen,
garage, porch, $100. "Caracas"
Building, G Street No. 2.. See
Da Cast re, Avenue Na. 24.
Phone 2-1616. r
FOR RENT. 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, etc., across from Hotel El
''Panama. Inquire Via Espaha 106,
Apt. 5. 'v
FOR RENTi Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water service. Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Cuba No. 58, corner 41st St.
Phona 3-3329.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur fur-'
' fur-' nished apartment. Ave. 6a. Pe Pent
nt Pent No. 38-18. Information Aprs.'
1 or 6.
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Stifles Ai (Honfe

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Ladies of .the Isthmus have
been intrigued by the astonish-
ing hairdos gracing the head of
the lady mayoress of San Juan,
Puerto Rico, Mrs. Fellsa Rlncon1
de Gautler, at the recent Con
vention of Mayors held here.
Mrs. de Gautler, who has i
made her home In New V"'v 1
and has observed t;;e fa
folbUs of lovely ladies in nio:-.L i
world capitals, devised these
hairstyles herself to fill a spe-j
cial need. As the only woman ati
so many meetings and public
anneAVAniet at Viae, f mtYlH Vtn
fa.7AyV'Ui aukV.d uaav uaaw wv
wanted dignity and femininity
of some kind wlthaout the for
mality and stiffness of a hat
A larfce hairdo in which grey
ing black hair is arranged in an
unusual style, and decked with
some kind of ornamentation was
her answer,
i These hairdos would not be become
come become everybody but Mrs. Gau Gautler
tler Gautler has a majesty in her bear bearing,
ing, bearing, which makes them angu angularly
larly angularly appropriate.
One arrangement consists of
a high crossed crown of gray
plaits ornamented in front with
a silver nin comb and filled in
the center back with a drooping
Dink rose and black veil. An
other is made with two widely

: DORESE VAITES
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Reopening September 4th

Classes for BALLET
children of TOE
aU ages. ACROBATIC
TAP

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August 30th 31st
September 1st
COLUMBUS CLUB (upstairs)
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Grand Appearance of
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Mexico's most outstanding musical trio
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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
& Pee. At li On Ave. No. 41
. ; FOTO DCMY.
Juste Imam At. U At.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJ3
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nrviT
nouses -'
FOR RENT. Modern chalet: 3
bedrooms, recently painted, large
kitchen, many closets, modern
bathroom, 2 porches, hot water,
maid's room with bath, garage,
' fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
Porras 91-B.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: .Furnished room
with private bath, balcony, to
lady Via Eipafia No. 3, Phona
3-4615 daytime.
FOR RENT; Furnished room on
" 4th' July Ave. For information
call Telephone 2-5026 Pan-
ama.
WANTED
miscellaneous
WANTED Good hornet for 4
. kittent 6 weeks old, playful, ...
healthy. Phona 2-4130. 1
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Smooth tiret, suit suitable
able suitable for reconstruction "Recon "Recon-.
. "Recon-. ttructora Nacional," Para Ava.
No. 7, Phona 2-0406.
erence
J
MAYOR OF SAN JTJAN ;
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spread chignons, each circled by
a small grey-green scarf of East
Indian-manufacture. With this
she wears a scarf or the same
kind at the throat Her evening
hairdo centers around a group grouping
ing grouping of curia.
AH three styles are show stop stoppers,
pers, stoppers, and Mrs. Gautler need
have no fear that sh will be
passed over in any official gath gathering
ering gathering because ot her femininity.
On the contrary she is a swna-
out.
Member ef : i,
Dance Masters -of
America, Inc.
10:00 a.m. to. 5:D0 p.m.
9:00 a.m. to. 12:00
RESIDENCE PHONE t-ZJSS
Mexican sinsin star.

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FARMACIA EL CAUT.r.O
rarest Ultm t iai
FAIir.!AC!A rCAS"
Via Perraa 111 ' t
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RESORTS
P":U.IPS OceoatiJe C. f.wt,
S 'te Clara. Box 4?$, t e.
Pkena Panoma 1-1877. Cita
1 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large;
beach house. One mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Kermath 10-hp.
marine engine. .Phone 2-1358
Balboa. : 4

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LN GEORGIA GRANITE "THE STONE ETERNAL"
OR CARRARA MARSLE, APPLY TO
MARMOLEPJA
CASiUIRO A0REII0 Prop.
. "B" Street No. 52, 'Panama Phona 2-2656 r

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Scope- and color rI.uxe will have It'i openteg en
Wednesday at the ELLLA V ITA Theatre, j
Jane Russell in the tH'e role, co-sUrs wl.h r..v. .;sra
Earan In this adaptation of William Kale's sensational story
of conditions in IlonoluUt before and after the Jrnn at attack
tack attack on Peart Harbor. The larye supporttaj east is heJ
by Joan Leslie and Afties rioorehead.
' In the picture, Uch csptnres the vri3 -"s 1 1 1 i'.
In apcctaevlar fasi i"n, r s loisseU plays r n. t I
with a shock ef rrd hair and a ferocious dre to gtt l..a
' ani respectable. She a r-r-auty contest, ft ft
ef IloUiywood and lanad in lionolulu, Where, t. j j-aistance
aistance j-aistance of a war and the U.S. Army, she me h'r foiu.ne,
but lost the love of the on r"n she -warttf 1 to win. j-
Dent miss "KiVCLT ,OF MAMIE STOVL.V
n. Wednesday at your. EeUa Vista Theatre. .

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DANCING reopening September
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ber Sotem-ber 1st 9:00 to 12:00. Celum Celum-bat
bat Celum-bat Club (upstairs).' Retidenca
phona 2-2363.
Ann Lattin School of Dancing.
Opening 6th Term Sept, 4rh in
Coceii. Registration Aug. 28th
.and 30th, 2 to 5 p.m. Free pres presentation
entation presentation of "Little Show" of
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Ohstafe.Offstage, Upstage A
movie writer thought he had topped
all of the cruelty charges eyer
hurled in a Hollywood divorce
court ihen he wrote a "scene for
'Quantez," a hew western co-star

ring Fred. HacMurray ana voto voto-ihv
ihv voto-ihv Malnne-. The movie's villain,

John Larch, "tears an earring out

of the lobe or woromy s eari uay
after writing the scene, the film
scenarist gulfed over silent film
etar Molly O'Day's testimony in
divorcing wealthy oilman James
KeBttfttokY.:;,.r t T.:
fvtolly said that, her .... husband
broke a raw agg on her heed, put
hiving crtam in" her' hair and
kicked her inte the oven while
he wat batting a Thanksgiving
turkey. - ';Y ,-
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ports reports that.: his 'made-in-Englafid
movie, "A'King; in-New York." is
an anti-American blast. Says Chap Chap-lin;
lin; Chap-lin; "The picture is no more anti anti-American
American anti-American plan., 'Teahouse -of the
August Moon' or any eoraedies eoraedies-that
that eoraedies-that poke good-natured Jun at, Am
leans." --
ti9 Bergen, worried about TV
'"burning ." up" '"comedians," pre predicts,
dicts, predicts, 'TJl be washed up in ,twp
yearsNo -comedian- argues Ber Bergen,
gen, Bergen, should be on- television once
a : week.- K .Peter Lawford will
join Judy ('Garland's singing act
when she opens at 'the Palace the the-,
, the-, ater in September.-
Don DeFore is bowing out as a
egular on "The Adventures of
Jffie- and Harriet" telefilm series
to devote more time to movies
and live TV shows, ; V .Maureen
O'Sullivan, mother Of seven, was
asked on the set of Columbia's
"The Captives" how she finds time

for a career and motherhood.
"I avoid talking," she replied,
"' j rp'e who do not know what
t t with their spare time,"

:?s tLeafcr's an

swer to .free TV competition: No
admission charge for -kiddies on

Saturday afternoons.-But big prof
its on popcorn and andy

George Gobel't press agents are
seeking to name the new. earth

satellite Mnesome ueoree

Arlene Dahl's moving to New York
in September to be with her Fem
do Lamas when he debuts on the
stage as Ethel Merman's leading

man. .,,.,....

When In Rome note: An actor
friend .of.: Jeff. Morrow barked his
car in a taboo zone in Rome and

returned to 4ind this notice from

the, Rome police under his wind

shield wiper: "Rome, the mos(

cherished goal of international

tourism, Is happy to welcome you.

It often happens that even the
most careful driver infringes with without
out without meaning to the rules of the
highway code. In ihis instance, you

have failed td observe the rule
contained hi article 32. The au

thorities are .'quite convinced that

wis infringement was umntention

al and wish, you a .happy, stay in

" Pals' Insist Cleo Moore Is dead

serious about her, plana to run tor

governor 'of.- Louisiana in 1940,

"And why not?' Cleo wants to
know, "All .good politicians are
good-actors, so what's so funny

aoour an actress being a point
eian?" - t

Sport Takes: That health farm

parronizeq oy aging dolls near
Phoenix, Aril.; is called "The Last

Chance Salon" by local wits.-,

Jerry r Lewis is planning another
movie minus Dean Martin, This

time he'll play a 28-year-old or

phan tha only kid no one adopts
from -an orphanage.- . It'e en en-other
other en-other birthday for Eddie Fisher
. . Straw-in-the-walei- note: Janis

Paine will wear a bathing suit of

-" !'aw in a i -e for "Silk

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A LOVE STORY

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E. W. BRANDT, administrative assistant in the Industrial
Division, is shown at the rlcht receiving; congratulations of
iCapt. Hugft s. Knerr,-chief of the division, upon his nomina nomination
tion nomination as the Panama Canal's (representative for the Eighth
Junior Management Intern Pr6eram of the U.8. Civil Service
.'Commission. ..
f The course: begins Sept.' 10 in Vashinjrton. D.C. and con-

tinues until next Jan. 25. Brandt plans to leava early next

imomn. ; , .-'-',-y -"'- : "":
!' He is one of nine Canal employes who were nominated by
their supervisors lor the course of training which has been
iftttended by. several employes In past years. .
Brandt has nearly 18 years of cderal Government service.
iincludinR four years in the UJS. I ivy durine WorkJ War n.
'He has been with -the Canal organization for the past five
years, most of the time In. the Postal. Service. He has been on
jduty with the Industrial Division for nearly a year.
The written examination for the eighth Junior Intern
Itralnlnsr course was friven to 122 candidates from 18 different
. Federal aeencles, of which: only 38 received grades high enough
I for selection. ' .',".', I5,.';

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Sport Form Seen

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UP) Ne Nevada
vada Nevada sportsmen may be enjoying
wild pig hunting in the not too

aisiant zuiure if nature cooperates
with the state fish and game com commission.
mission. commission. -.1 ,-.
The commission has reVeased
eight javelinas, the wild pigs of
the southwestern deserts, in the
McCullongh Mountains of Clark
county. Three boars and five sows
were turned loose and commission
game experts believe the ani animals,
mals, animals, to be protected irom hunters
for several years, : will multiply
rapidly. .
Thirteen -more of the animals
are to be released within the next
few weeks, obtained from the
Arizona fish and game depart department.
ment. department. .Y; ..Y ... : j
Stock men in the area where the
pigs are being released have prom promised
ised promised to co-operate in the project,
making feed available if this
proves necessary., v:Yt7

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ROME-(UP ItaUan officials

disclosed that they plan to dis dispossess
possess dispossess an ass now living in the'
tomb of Cicero, the great Roman
writer and statesman. i f
The officials said' the square,
tower-like tomb, now covered with
vegetation, "has been turned into a

donkey stall by the farmer who

owns tne land. But Me govern

ment's antiquities department

plans to start restoring it soon.
.Like many other glories of pa pagan
gan pagan Rome Ciceros tomb has been

desecrated in the Christian era,
atthough it never suffered the ul ultimate
timate ultimate degradation of the Roman

Forum. The Forum was turned i

into a garbage dump after noble noblemen
men noblemen and priests had taken away
the magnificent marble eolvins
to build villas and churches.
The tomb of Marcus Tulius Cic Cicero,
ero, Cicero, who lived from 106 to 43
B.C., lies off the ancient Appian
Way near the town of JFormia. It
is about 36 feet high.
Local authorities have started

action to get possession of the I
hectare of land on which the
tomb is located. ..
Despite its long abandonment!
the tomb is considered to be
amongt he best preserved of its'
time. v- . ;
Cicero, who studed oratory and;
law in Rome and Athens, became i
a consul and won fame for crush-!
ing the conspiracy of Catiline. He1
was the leader of the opposition i
to Julius Caesar.: I
When Caesar was murdered In :
44 B.C., Cicero denounced An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. For this he was prosecuted1
and put to death. I
His writings include De Amicitia'
(on friendship) and Be Senectute
(on old age);- I

Easily Seen

SACRAMENTO -(UP) It was
10$ in Sacramento recently wd
not many persons were wearing,
dark suits. s
(This made it rather easy for
police to pick up Raymond Cor Cordova
dova Cordova of Sacramento for ques questioning
tioning questioning in a stolea ear case.,
It was reported that a man in 'a
dark suit had stolen an auto.- Po Police
lice Police stopped the first man they
saw in dark clothing. It was Cordova.-
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In Technicolor! J,'
INGRID BERGMAX
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"JOAN ,OF ARCTT-
"IT CALLS- FOR CHEERt
Full Length Feature Musical
' Fantasy! . ..
HANSEL and GRETE

" MAYOR RAYMOND' R. TUCKER, of St Louis; is shown
above as he addressed the bureau directors and other officials
of the' Canal organization this week in the Board Room of the
Administration Building at Balboa Heights. ; 1
Tucker was invited to make the talk by Gov. W. E. Potter,
seated- at tha left, and tejl the Canal officials the remarkable
progress that has. been shown in civic and municipal better betterment
ment betterment in St. Louis. The "St. Louis Story" was the subject of
a feature article in a recent issue of the Saturday Evening. Post
In introducing Tucker, who was on the Isthmus last week

to attend the Inter-American. Municipal Congress, Potter said

he hoped that the program can be the first in a series to take

advantage of the opportunities to benefit Irom the learning
and experience of outstanding visitors, and a series to be known

as the "Outward Look," ;- 44- .......

A queslion-and-answer session was held following Tucker's

address at which a number of questions were asked on specific
phases of .the improvement program Inaugurated under bis

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PARAISO Susan Kayward in "IXL CRY TOMORROW"'
LA BOCA Aldo Ray In "Three Stripes In The Sun"
SANTA CRUZ "HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE"
CAMP BIKRO ('TJ!E TREASURE OF PANCUO VILLA"

. Gordon MacRae & Shirle'y Jones
"CAROUSEL"
Fred Ma'cMurray & Dorothy Malone
.. ., "AT GUNPOINT1'
Howard Duff and Lita Baron
"THE BROKEN STAR" :
Betty. Grable Robert Cummings
' Sheree North v
"How To Be Very, Very Popular"

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ToWs Wall; Melendez,
Cjiarlie McCarthy And
Mossadeq Match Strides

Four of the best imported thoroughbreds now
iiCiiainin locally will match strides iii the $1000
Special seven-furlong sprint this afternoon at the
President Remon racetrack.

in the

Town'i Wall, Charlie McCarthy,
Jdelendex and Mossadeq are the
achedule starters in todays fea fea-.,.
.,. fea-.,. .mt what this field lacks in

.r,w. chnnlrt be more than

made up for by the calibre rf the
Charlie 'McCarthy which will
most likely go off the mutuels fa favorite,
vorite, favorite, was an impressive victor
vi. i.t time out In his start be-

t, last Town's Wall beat

him in the Republieof Peru Clas Clas-...
... Clas-... k t ent a decidedly weak

jn Bravo will be invthe

.,'1. thi afternoon.' so the -son

. of Nearco-Comic Doll should re-

Slaughter :
Returns To

Yankees

Ifcrrj, Urry!!!
Aw,; Heck, Scorers
Wfo lb Twins
1 Imagine the bewilderment of the
nnnncintf ffliards USihff BIBB tO man

VpUUHf) O ...
defense when they are faced wita
the dilemma of trying to guard l l-denrlcal
denrlcal l-denrlcal twins,' Harry and Larry
Moriris, members of the Headquar Headquar-tersbattery
tersbattery Headquar-tersbattery 764th AAA battalion's
hastetball team in the Atlantic

area unit level league.
tarry Is forward, while
blether Harry is a guard. Fre Frequently
quently Frequently In the thick of battle,
' Larry" is brM,t way for
a lay up shot while the punlad
opposition m most casts ends up
withJtwo of their men guarding
ne or the twins, since they are
a hard to tell apart.

wrrv a eood shot in his Own

right then takes oyer 'the shooting

- chores;
The twins, aside from basket

tall, nlaved baseball and ran on

the track team while at Summer
high school, Kansas City, Missou-:
. .... .. .-.,.
Tha4wins are riO taU nd weigh
190 sounds. Larry attended Kansas

State-Teachers College at Pitts Pitts-hurB.
hurB. Pitts-hurB. Kansas while Harry selected

ivansas university i unwicutc,
Kansas, prior to service induction.
Future plans for both, upon com completion
pletion completion of military servicey includ includes
es includes working Joe degrees in physical
education. '
, Beside then athletic ability, both
are accomplished pianists laving

ceive first rate handling
inckev deDartmenLv

Alejandro Ycaia,. who rode
Town's Wall to his classic victory,

will again be the saddle Bravo

nad repiacea xacaza ior jgwn i

Wall's last win when he nosed out

Melendez in a rare thriller.

Leading jockey Alfredo Vasquez

has the leg up on Miss Virginia
de la Guardia'sv speedy black
horse. Melendez easily scorer! un under
der under Alejandro Ycaza's handling
last week Saturday in the"Handi the"Handi-cap
cap the"Handi-cap Congreso de Municipalidades"
and should be in the thick of it

throughout this time also. 4

Mossadeq, always dangerous.

could take advantage of the hot

pace that is sure to be set in tne

first five furlongs. King i lores,

who rode Mossadeq to his most

important victories when he was

the outstanding claimant to the
track championship at Juan Fran Franco,
co, Franco, will try to team up' with the
stout-hearted chestnut son of Flex-

ton-Damiani and again form a win

ning combination;, s".

Ten other prospective thrillers

are m the program. ?

Race fans are reminded that

the main track is under repair and

races will De held on tne workout

track, ... . i

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By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League

Written for NEA Strvire

i oaays
Races

1st Rac "Spacial" Imported 6 Ffi.

Punt $400.00 Pool Clout 11:45

3-Yar-Old With On Race

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

KANSAS CITY, Aug. 25 (UP)
The Kansas City Athletics today

sent veteran outfielder Enos

Slaughter to the New York Yan Yankee
kee Yankee in exchanee for a "player

who will be a regular on the

Athletics roster next season."

The player was not named but
It was announced his identity

would be made nubile at the

end of the season. , ,

To make room for Slaugh Slaughter,
ter, Slaughter, the Yankees cave aging
shortstop Phil R'szuto h's un

conditional release "so be may
have the opportunity of seek-.-Ing
another place in baseball."
v:x."v,'.v -;
The Yankee front office add

ed that if Rlzzuta wanted to re remain
main remain In the Yankee organiza organization,
tion, organization, "a place would be found
for him." ... v.;-. i"

Slaughter; who had 'a .282

batting average with the Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, returns to the Yankees
who obtained him from the St.
Louis cardinals in exchange for
outfielders BID Virdon and Emil
Tellinger and pitcher , Mel

Wright on April 11, 1954.
)!," .. -r'i1' 4 '-fi'
The' 40-year-old Slaughter
t was traded ttt the Athletics in
' May of last year and hit ,315'
iq llg games.
. Hizzuto, who joined the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in 1941, has appeared in
only 31 earnes this season, main

ly in utility roles, and is hitting

:m. ne nas played in nine world
Series.

1 Remiron

2 Suzerain ."
3 My Friend

4 Oliver

5 O. Buzzer

6 Dianalicia
7 El Fakir

V. Castillo 112

A. Ycaza lie
B. Aguirre 112
A. Mena 113
J. Phillips 116
A. Vasquez 112

A. Reyes R. 101x

2nd Rca iii Sarias ImpartaaV 6 ft

Puna $400.00 Pool Clotaa 1:15

SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Trooico

2 Grimilda

3 Ponton

4 Cormorant

5 Bacana
ft S. Windsor
7-Morenote

8 Proud Pearl

Gongora 110

de Leon 103x
Sgnchez 110
Hidalgo 108

O. Miranda 107x
A. Vasquez 114
A. Gonzalez 110

A. Ycaza 114

No. 30 NV:-
sMestrokes

9-Joe's Fiddling R. L. Gil. 113

3rd RW'E" Nativai Fat

Pun $275.00 Pool Closta 1 :45

ONE-TWO

1 Moonshiner "O. de Le6n 102x

A. Vasques 115

O. Miranda 107x
A. Reyes R. 108x

J. Bravo no
V. Brown 112

2 Radical
3 Bagdad

4 Chepanlta,

5 June
6 Curazalefia

4tK Rac "6" Natiyi 6 ft

Pun $275.00 Pool Clout 2:20

QUINIELA

QUESTION: There were men on

first and serond and two out in a
Little League game this season.
The plate umpire railed, "play
ball," and the pitcher threw the
ball. The batter swung, and miss missed.
ed. missed. But the second base umpire
ran in and said he had called time
out before the play started, but

nobody had heard him. what Is

the ruling? Marciome De Ce-

sari, ;

' Answers It is no pitch. Time
was out. Any umpire who calls
time stops the game m matter
if h Is th chiff 'umpire r a

played in the high, school and col-1 bas umpire,
I v.j. i r ..... fl n.ftar Viii

lege bands.

Batter hits a long fly to right

field. The fielder backs up to the

fence, then realizes the ball will

got into the stands. He throws his

glove into the air and knocks the

ball to the playing field just short

ol tne stands., is tnls borne run
or a triple? And if it is a triple.

why isn't this common practice?

Brooks wall. :
A. There Is no nil covering
It, but umpires agre thay would
call it a tripla or allow the bat batter
ter batter more if ha co-jld got It. How
ever, everybody also agrees it
is an impossible thingthe ball
has the powar ; to knock the
glove aside and continue to the
stands.

1 Filon

2 Guarare :
3 Winsaba
4 Black Bee

5 Damadura.

-Carlota

G6neora 110

T Phlllin 112

Ct. Ramos 107x

F. Alvarez 113
J. Bravo 113
' C. Ruiz 112

5th Rac "FT Narivat 7 F

Pun $275.00 Pool Closet 2:55

i-Jal Alai : 5 O. Chanis 106

2 Okiland, 3. Gongora 110

3 Slrena A. Gonzaiea iod

4 La G. Ladfa K. Flores .116
5 Slxaola -: G. Sanchez 108

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1 Rio Nemro G. Sdnchez 115

2 -Tom Collins F. Sanchez 97x

3 Gonzaga

4 Cambrloleur

5 Reynold
6 Arrabalero
7 -Alminar
8 Brisk 1

J, Jimenez 105x

F. Alvarez 112
A. Vasques 120
R, L. Gil 112
A. Ycaza 115
F. Hidalgo 115

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1 Dro Purito

2 Gourmet
3 -Onda Real
4 Cartillero
5 Orn. Star
6 Am. Maid

7 Florera

8 Nesscllffe

J. Bravo 113

; C.Ruiz 115

3., Jimenez 112x

' J,1 Phillips 110
F. Alvarez 110
G. Sanchez 113

P. de Leon 102x

F. Hidalgo 108

9 (Two Colours A. Ycaza 118

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1 Nacho J. Bravo 115
2 G. Bound 3. Phillips 112

3 Blue Moon F. Sanchez 99x

4 Fuego O. Miranda llOx

5 roiietito o. ae Leon 'x

6 Cara deSapo F. Alvarez 109
7- Uyuyuy F. Hidalgo 113

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ONE-TWO ;

E. Honey ,. J. Gongora 108

2 Begonia J. Bravo 110

3 M. Stuardo A. Reyes R. 103x

4 Bradomin O. de Leon 107x

5r-(Lucky Test F. Alvarez 103

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Pun $1.000.00 Pool Clotat 5:40

1 C. McCarthy J. Bravo 115
2- Town's Wall, A. Ycaza 126

3 Melendez

4 Mossadeq

5 R. stream
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2 D. Beatriz
3 Armador
4 F6nix

J. Bravo 112

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By JUG McSPAOEN
Written for NEA Service
IT Is only with complete coordi coordination
nation coordination between the hands that full

power can oe iransmitiea irom

the body to tne ciuDneaa.
No grip, no swing.
A number of superior players
favor the interlocking grip, regard

ed as an aid to people with small

hands. The hands are placed on
the shaft the same way as in the

overlaoDing grip. The difference

is that the left forefinger Is lock

ed with the little finger of the right

hand. ;
The ereat majority use the ver-

lapping grip, however, and employ employing
ing employing it correctly, you have the basis

for good golf. Use the same grip

from the drive to tne cnip. :

Check vour erin every time you

address the balL Be sure the V's

the thumb and forefinger are

parallel. Have the V's pointing

nvpr the neht shoulder.

Neither band should dominate

the grip. They should work togeth
er eauaUv. I

ine CIUD rests aiaguiiany Btiosa ; 4i- .;ii
the left hand, controlled by a firm of the backswing, thus "using
:A m ;..:.. ......... s. nithikwn iii thp downswing begins.

th thumb and lorefmser.. but w ""'w"

tfiere should be a firmness in tne a comiueie.iwsw

grasp of the little finger, so that
the hand does not open at the top

LEFT HAND Bx the club
inside the fist with pressure
exerted by the little finger. .

'Last of a series

fanama

C'olnn

r ANnm.AnriN nf the. Moore-

Patterson September fracas, also

set back the date for the appear

ance of the Rocky Marciano mem

oirj in, a national magazinewith

Marciam. to betrln bis spiel by pre

dicting ancient Archie would kayo

fledgeling Floyd.. J

Big Tan Mirth! Illinois loacn

Ray Eliot iabbing Ohio State s

Woody Hayes, "Say, Coach, I

got a big fullback wne not a

thousand quick. How much, can
you let him have?" ..... and

guard Jim Parker a recipient f
whii'I Buckaye All America
one of Woody' portonsl grants-

in-id? ..... :

Gil McDougald was considers

bly awed by the presence of the

immortal Bobby Jones...... "I d

like to meet him," whispered the

Yankees' shortstop, "but be
wouldn't know me." u.. Publicist
Irwin Rosee grabbed McDougald

and trotted him up to the" guest

of honor: "Bob. this is Gil Mc

Douglad.' .j Before he even both

ered to acknowledge the- introduc

tion, Jones said: "Gil, t why did
you change your stance last
year?' McDougald the rest of

the night: "He knew mel He Knew
me!"

Catcher' Charley Silvers : as

sessing Mickey Mantle's heme

run chancat: "I iutr hope I

catch six more of his shots in
the bull peri.? figuring- th

percentages would spray enougn
homers in the" -surrounding
stands to crack Babe Ruth'

mark.

Arthur SuSskind, son of old-time

boxer, Young Otto, and a TV
. i 1 1 11 U.ir.

SporiS exec, I1S uasuuau nco-
ing the autographs of 20 major

league hurlers wno ve.iossea no no-hit
hit no-hit games.... Virgil Trucks sign signed
ed signed it on the day he was ,scheuled
to pitch..... and promptly went out

and threw a secona ne una,
so underneath he signed it again:

'P S V rui TrucRS" uie aay

after Bobo Holloman signed: it In
1953, he was shipped to the min-j

ors.....

Td Williams, meeting us tne
first time since the spitting fu furore,
rore, furore, began, "S what's nw?' ..

Billy Mart'm got into a bitter de-

bate with a New York writer au au-.r
.r au-.r wastinir a story the latter

mu rritiral of the Yankees.

spouted Martin: "You got a ngm
to criticize me for what I do on

ihn fie : d... Weu. i n a cnuc,

too." ; J :'!.'' 1'

. West Virginia's prenaoiy in
on school in th country ever te
feature a basketball player (Hot

Th Fnnthall Hall-of-Fame has a

novel gimmick to raise Vlougb.....

inv srhool which has one of its

former stars honored with election
to the Hall is expected to cough up
whr from S500 to SI .000 for

" XT It .1--.M

thr DrlviieBe..--; nonnweac,

ith otto Graham about to be

come an inuuciee, wa jhiuuchu.

ways of raising xne money...
itioviu raise the nrice of football

programs from 35 to 50 cents," it
was suggested..'.-. Shuddered pub

licist Walt Paullson, "Not with our

record the last couple ot sea

son. .

r Latest en Hurricane jacuson,
vi Pitttburgh's Roy MeHugh:
"My back iteh eemplain4
The Animal....- "Turn around
and "II aerateh it," efffred th
premoUr...... "What good would
that do?" shrugged Jackson.
"It itch inside." ...

Walter Ward, 59-yeaMld bowler

from Cleveland, has notcnea m
ri-ifect games.i..'ot the most un unusual
usual unusual feat in the world ... except
that in the last 22 he's had a cig cigar
ar cigar firmly clamped in this teeth
through each and every frame-superstitious.-
Abe Ssperstrain
wcr'd like to taXe his Globetrot Globetrotters
ters Globetrotters lo.S'oscow, but so far it's
'I'eU', ; .

.. ,.v

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Editor: 'CCNSADO SARCEANT

J.i-.i-.'iii

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Teams

New York
Cleveland

Chicago ,-,
Boston .
Detroit .
Baltimore .

Wash 3n ton

Kansas City

W
79
69
6S
59
54
51
40

1ct. GB
.637
SIS
55 10 Vt
.545 111,
.484 19
,446 234
.425 26
J31 37',

m ...

Teams
Milwaukee
Brooklyn .
Cincinnati
St. Louis.
Philadelphia
nttsburgh

New York ,'

Chicago i.

TODAY'S GAMES -Detroit
at New York 2). ;
-Cleveland at Washington. ;
Chicago at Baltimore (2).
Kansas City at Boston (2).
YESTERI)iy .S RKS'lJf.T

Chicago 000 001 2104 ; t 0

New York 000 200 0002 1

Donovan (7-7) and j LolIar;

Ford, Grim (9) and Berra. LP:
Fprd (14-5). HR: Mantle (44).
Cleveland : 004 001 100 9 S

Boston 300 230 Olx 9 10 0

Score, Aruirre (5). Houtteman

($), McLish (6), Mossl (8)- and

Heran; Sisler, Delock t6) and

White. WP: Sisler (6-6). LP:

Score (14-8). HRi Gernert (15).

Detroit 100 300 120 7 11 1
Baltimore 000 003 000 3 5 0

Bunnlng, Tracks 7) and W'l-

son; Ferrarese, Faiica (4), For

nieles (8), Schmils (9) and

Ginsberg. WP: Bunning (4-1).

LP: Ferrarese (4-10). -

Kansas City 010 120 0004 11 3

Washington 105 200 OOx 8 9 0

Ditmar. Herriare (5). McMa

han (7), and Smith; Pascual (6

13) and Berberet. LP: Ditmar
(9-17). HRs: Sievera (25), Lem

on (23).

W L
74 47
V 71 48
, 71 52
, 62 60
. 56 63
-vU"72'
49 70 :
i 49 71

Pet;
.618
.r)7
.577

CB
2
4

in 1214
.471 17
.415 Zt
.412 24
.408 Zl'i

1 TODAX'S iiW
Brooklyn at Milwaukee.
Philadelpha at Cincinnati (2).
New York at St. Louis (2).

Pittsburgh at Chicago (2).

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

t

Philadelphia 00 000 0153 4 1
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 S 2

R. Miller (2-5) and Lopata:

Burdette, Trowbridge (9) and
Rice, Atwell (9). LP:. Burdette

(16-8).

Brooklyn 000 001 0012 5 'I 'I-Cincinnati
Cincinnati 'I-Cincinnati 202 000 Olx 5 12

Erskine, Drysdale (6), Roebuck
(8) and Campanella; Jeffcoat
(5-2) and Bailey, LP; Erskine
(U-7). 1

Pittsburgh : 320 000 000 fi 10 1

St. Louis 001 012 40x 8 13 0
Law, Hall (J) and 'Foiles;
Wehmeier, McDaniel (2), Blay Blay-lock
lock Blay-lock (6), Jackson (8) and Katt,
WP: Blaylock (1-4). LP: Law (6-'
14). HR: Katt (10).
New York 101 000 400 11
Chicago 000 000 0000 7 2
Ridzik (4-1) and Sarnl; Davis,
Hacker (7), Brosnan ; (8) ' and
Chiti, Landrlth (8), LP: Davis
(5-6).; -

c

f Bobby Jones ;.
Red Hundley) en th cover of Its
pre-sesson football broehur,-...
. Btwt.. you'n'me, Wayne
Robinson, the Philly Eagl line line-Jpckr
Jpckr line-Jpckr who sued a national mag
axin lor insinuating he's a dir dirty
ty dirty football player, is about to re receive
ceive receive a hfty chunk of '.sMlo-

mnt....

Mutuel Dividends

: FIRST RACE 1
1. Suntonner $3.60, 2.60.
2. Master Melody $2.80.
SECOND RACE
1. Den Dani $5, 3.20.
2. Amin Did! $4.20.'
lrst Double: $8.
? THIRD RACE

1-Petite $7.80, 4. -.
2. Daniel $4.20.

One-Two: $25.80. .. .. .. ...

1 Jachalln $3.60, 2.40.

X Dona Barbara $2.20.

.(jumieia: $.
','i'.d'':'-nFTHRACE :
1. Apache $14.20, 7.40.
2-Bugaba $3.80.
, SIXTH RACE
1. Lion s Claw $82.20, 27.20,

2. Carraway $7.40.

: ; SEVENTH RACE
1. Distingo $14.20, 7.60.
2. Andes $6.20.
... Seond Double: $341.60.,
" EIGHTH RACE
1. Solito $20.60, 4.80. ,
2. Avlspa $3.60.
Quiniela: $26.40. .
- NINTH RACE' 1
1 Pappa Flynn $5.20, 2.60.
2. Alhaiar $2.40.'
. One-Two: $11.
, 1 TENTH RACE L
l.-APaquiro $3, 2.40. ,
2-K9dlr.$2.60.

THE UMPIRE

By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
U Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With runners on
first and second base and one out.

the batter squares off to bunt. He
pops Up on the attempt. The ball

lands safely between the plate and

first. Both runners advance and the

batter beast it out. But isn't -e

automatically out under- the in
field fly rule Lou Barger.

Answer: No. An attempted bunt

which goas into th air is net cert
tidarad an infiald fly.

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" yVnERE 5 MY FEED?" When Nashua tot over his second
king-sued stomach ache, he looked around his Saratoga
Jft'.T'.i 1 YS bi,rn for mea while insurance aCents felt
a bit better, too.. : . T

Panama Marlin Club Hews

The week end' of August 18-19.
three boats owned by Marlin

Club members, the Viking. La

Koina and Glorian, were fishing

at the perlas islands, jonn, mc mc-Conaghy
Conaghy mc-Conaghy on the Viking reported
four. Sailfish raised and lost.

They found a school of large.

Amberjack South of San Jose
Island and while bringing In one
of them apparently, a large
hungry shark took all but the
head.' John said the head weigh
ed 20 pounds which would indU
cate that the fish would have
weighed approximately 75
pounds. s
H. P. Burchett on the La Rel Rel-na
na Rel-na was on a shake, down after
an overhaul and a stateside va vacation
cation vacation but no report could be ob obtained
tained obtained from him with regards
to the fishing. ;
L. L. Largent on the Glorian
lost a Marlin on the trip and

caught a number of smaller

fish. 1

John Schmidt on the calmnn
II left Monday. August 20. for

another two-week fishlnj trip
and word was received from him
by radio that Louis Schmidt,' Jr.
landed a Marlin in the 800
pound class on Tuesday, August
21. We hope to have more -good
news to report tor the Caiman
II next week when they return
to Balboa. : 5 " ?
Word has just been received
that a stateside Marlin Club
member, June Teitsworth, niece
of f Milton ? Wright, won the
sweepstakes for Albacore with' a

,24 pound ounce catch out of
Newport Beach, California. June

fished -m Panama Bay last year

and caught four sailfish in four
days off the Nautilus, besides a
number of smaller fish. She i Is
a native Californian.

By JIMMY BRESLIN
"NEW YORK (NEA) Lloyd's
of London has the perfect disposi disposition
tion disposition for a horse player. They don't
mind losing.
When Nashua came down with

his latest colossal stomach ache

up at Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
Lloyd's found itself holding what
constitutes a $1,251,000 bet, Thafs
the amount Nashua is insured for
with the British firm. ; : j

But instead of getting Into

dither over the situation, Lloyd's
took it calmly, from all indications.

Not one trans-Atlantic phone call

was made. Nobody in the firm's

New York adjustment office seem
ed overly worried about the situa
tion. rf--:- ..v. '. ;

wun seven ugures riding on
Nashua's health, Lloyd's handled

me proposition the same way- a

DooitmaKer aocs a panay: worry

aoout paying oil when the results

are in.

"This Is strictly an insurance

matter and as a rule we keep these
things confidential." noted Walter

Ltnox, a member of a New York

adjustment firm which handles
Lloyd's accounts. "I'm not a horse

expert, but from what I hear and

read, the horse seems okay. It is
merely business and we don't in inject
ject inject anything like .worry Into it,"
The insurance policy on Nashua

reads quite simply.

"The animal is insured In event

of death and-or accident necessi necessitating
tating necessitating destruction," Is the word wording.
ing. wording. Leslie Combs II placed the
policy after syndicate bought the
horse from the estate of the late

wuiiam woodward, Jr. He insured

USArCarib Rifle, Pistol Men
At Cam Perry Championships

Seventeen USARCARIB rifla

and pistol shooters are now at
Camp Perry, o., for the national
championship matches and pos-

siDie Olympic beruis. Ten nne nne-men
men nne-men left, last week and seven
plstoleers this week.
Members of the rifle team, all
from the 20th infantry Regi Regiment,
ment, Regiment, are: 1st Lt James J. Mc Mc-Grath,
Grath, Mc-Grath, Pfc. Richard Sonstrora
and SpJ Janis Ratermanls, Hq.
and Hq. Co.; M-Sgt. v Glen
Thompson, Svcv Co.; Sfc. Cecil
Stevens, "E" Co.; M-Sgt. Chas.
Roberts. "G" Co.: Sfc. Donald

Barenaba, "L" Co.; Sfc. William
McFeeley, "I" Co.; Sgt. Ernest
Laurendine, "F" Co.; and Pfc.
Frank Greer, "H Co.

Pistol team members, also

from the 20th, are: 2nd Lt. Gene
Tapscott, "G" Co.: M-Set. Ger

ald Stockman, Sgt Thomas
Smith and Pvt., Alfredo Borrero,

inn v,o.: okw. liiu Heuzauer.

M" Co.: Sp3 Gabriel Lee. "K"

Co.; and Sp3 ClelT Wiggins, Hq.

una tin. uo.

More than 3.000 military and

civilian snarpsnooters are com

peting in the matches, which

are belne fired at the Ohio Na

tional Guard camp on the shores

oi Late urie,

Some of thft thtogs-whlch have
happened since the matches

commenced Aug. i are: the

Nashua for, the full price of his .0LMgt- 5,u.elet lotA

1 M l I f

ioo Llany Strikes'
Against Ailing Athlete

TAMPA; Aug. 2S (ulJ- The,
husband of Babe Zaharias ; was
quoted yesterday as saying tbe
.famed woman athlete" has '"too
'many strikes'' against her lit her
long battle against cancer, i
ieore Zaharias said in a' tele telephone,
phone, telephone, interview with the Tampa
Daily Times that his wife's condi condition
tion condition is "not good." '.
s v . .i
- Zaharias was reached In Gal Galveston,
veston, Galveston, Tex., where the Bab It
' confined at John Staly Hospital..
' The former wrestler hat been at
hit wife's bedside almost con constantly
stantly constantly for months.
"It's touch and go, day to day,"
laid Zaharias. "We're watching
her closely and we are hoping she
can make it, but frankly ,we don't
know. .- , ; ,r
"Let me sum it up this way: It
looks like the" Babe has too many

strikes.. She's so tired and weak,

l just don t know.
"Babe has lost a lot of weight
It's hard to look at her and re
member how she used to look.-

don't think there will be another

operation. I think she could stand

it, but i d bate to even think a
bout it." ; ; ;
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The first lady of oolf was first
stricken in April 1953. The di disease
sease disease was believed to have been
beaten four months liter and the
returned to professions) g e I f
But relapse followed In 1954
end since then a series of regu regular
lar regular treatments end operations
have been neces tarry.

""Her heart- is in great shape,"

said zanarias. : "mars the nne
thing that has us optimistic, that
fighting heart of hers. I'm hoping
and praying she can make it, but

I don t know about the doctors

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co'Jects a' commission on thepsti thepsti-mated
mated thepsti-mated $50,000 primium. y

The whole thing seems to be a
plain business deal, with few frills.
Except that $1,251,000 Is a lot of

money nd Lloyd's,' while -not be be-ine
ine be-ine jumpy, did have a couple of:

veterinarians show up at Sarato

ga. That would be sort of like the
bookmaker tneaking a look at the

racing form to gt au idea of how

that parlay shapes ,ip. ii
"We've had couple' of vet "tip

here,' James Fitzsimmons, 'Jr.', of;

the training cla?, says. "But the
horse is fine". Nobody Was Vorried.

I didn't even get their names.
We're suppcse to have one big

lenow up nere -i ram mi name
is Dclahanty.
"We, got no phone ; calls from
England. The horse nust have
merely swallowed something "loo
quicklv. Just a tummy arbc. fiat's
what ll mil uS t ). t --.e
tilings can gu even a I- .
you. know." .
- So Lloyd's sits out another of Its
insurance gambles, while Nashua
mashes up hay and knocks off
some of that Mountain Valley wa water
ter water he drinks.
The British firm is the only place
in the world where a policy of Nas Nashua's
hua's Nashua's type would be handled. Fact
is. Lloyd's will quote pou a price

on almost anything that you can

think of. When, for. example, was

the last time your neighborhood
bookie would give you a line on

Benner and Navy cwo Offutt

pinion as the olvmDle fr nl

tol team, the selection of Arthur
Jackson (civilian) and Army Lt.

veue wrigni, jr., as Uie Olympic
50-meter smallbore rifle squad
and the crowning of the Na National
tional National .22-allber pistol champion,
Army Lt. David Cartes.
In the second day of competi competition
tion competition in the three-day National
pistol championships, ; Marine
Corps 1st Lt William McMillan,'
Quantum Va., wrested the lead
from Lt Cartes. McMillan fired
an 873 Score out of jt possible
900 which, coupled with an 874
match the first day, gave him
an aggregate of 1,74.7. v
Tied only one point' behind
the leader were 1st Ltv'! David
Miller of the All-Army pistol
team, Ft. Bennihu. Oa.. and M-

Sgt Benner. Benner, the 19!55

defending National pistol cham

pion, scored an 867 total with
the .30-calibe"r pistol. He fired
an 879 the first day, giving ruin
& total of 1,748.
Miller turned In a brilliant 294
score out of a possible 300 in the
National match course firing
which helped elve him an 870

total.

Cartes, of the All-Army team,

fired an 880 out of a possible 900
to win the .22-callber crown and

take the lead in the first day of
competition. ,s
f Benner, an Instructor at West

Point, and Pinion, of the Naval
Base at Peebles, Ohio, won their

places on the Olympic free (slow-

nrc pistol team over a tnree-

day gruelling test In which they
fired the 60-shot Olympic course
three times. Three hours and 15
minutes are reoulred to fire the

Olympic course.

s Benner has represented the
U.S. at the Olympics twice be

fore. In 1948 he tied for second
place at London and in 1952 he
won. the gold medal at Helsinki.

Pinion averaged 539 points out

or a possmie 000 each day. Ben Ben-ner's
ner's Ben-ner's average was 533.
Wright, of Fort Benning,
earned his berth on the-Olympic
smallbore rifle team when he
fired an aggregate score of 3.-

448 out of a possible 3,600 In the

tnrec-aay match. Jackson, of

Sllber Sprints. Md.. nosted a

score of 3,454 to win the match.
Three, other servicemen placed

in the too five. 2nd Lt. Daniel

Puckel of Fort Benning, finish finished
ed finished third with a 3,441 total.
Fourth place went to 1st Lt, Her Her-bert
bert Her-bert Voelcker of Benning who

fired an aggregate of 3.423 while

Marine Lt. James Smith of Ips Ipswich,
wich, Ipswich, Mass., took the fifth place
position with a3,420 total.

in tne Olympic rapid fire nls-

tol finals on the last day of the

cnampionsnips, only. one Army

snooter remained in competi

tion. He wa arc. Aubrey am th

of the All-Army team who was

in seventh place with a two-riav

aggregate of 1,145 out of a pos possible
sible possible 1,200.' Lt. McMillan led with

1,171, followed by John Fornian

of the border patrol, who pos possessed
sessed possessed a 1,169 aggregate.

whether the track would come up
sloppy tomorrow?
"An American firm never would

write a policy on Nashua. Thev!

just don't do business that way,"
our insurance agent points out

Lloyd s Mr. Lenor does not talk
about such things. "We are merely
adjusters," he says. i
We thought, however, that what

with our bookmaker s phone tied
P

"No, he said in a horrified tone
We certainly will not handle a

bet on the fourth at Saratoga."

USPS Piloting'
Course To Be
Held At Balboa

Lt Col. t. V. Chandler, Com Commander
mander Commander of the Canal Zone Paci

fic Squadron announces a course
of instruction In piloting, sea-1
manshlp and small boat hand-,
ling. Registration for this course

will be at 7:30 p.m., Sept. 11 in
Room 104 of the Junior College
at Balboa.

Past Commander Bill Clark
Jr. J. N.' will introduce the ele elements
ments elements of the United States Pow

er Squadrons. "School for Skip

pers," a color movie will be

shown. There Is no tuition

charge. Course outline and oues

tion papers are supplied by the

united States Power Squadrons.

Instructors will be from the C.Z.

Pacific Squadron. The only cost

to the student will be $4 for a
text book and please bring, your
pencil. ;
This course will run for ten
weeks with one two-hour class
held each Tuesday night. Sub Subjects
jects Subjects will Include: Equipment
and Lights, Government Regu Regulations,
lations, Regulations, Rules of the Road A A-float,
float, A-float, .:. Seamanship, Safety A-

flqat, Charts and piloting, Mar Mariner's
iner's Mariner's Compass, Aids to Naviga

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boats, plan or hope to own a

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iGash is a sister of a man who saved his lite tmmett. uasn,
M brought Frank to Cashtown, maybe a horse thief and

Hi Hoes not seem to be welcome in. ma iuwh

Iditt.

( wilEN the sheriff was gone Jean
Lidleently. "Is there, a place

-wtert you fit in thu
w nart of a puzzle. Why

areyou in
; lie lifted his shoulder.

toe VI woman '"-iSt would ioin whatever he

RuJiV.?Mir..Z had done me was doing; in addition, the com

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FRANK tramped off the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's porch as far as the curbline
Here ne paused with his shoulder
to an upright. His eyes were smo smoky
ky smoky with resentment. There w
something wrong with this range.
Thra na nn ouestion m

Franks mind that Emmew ownea

about the his loyalty. He had promised Em-

ins

h hier favor? she

fnrmed a faint

"raii "Well, watch him. Emmett
floesn't give favors t,vKJrf

pects piemy in
f u ..... eilont and saw

lit shade cross her cheeks. He
iSri if it was fear. No,: Jean

CshTwouldn't know fear. It was
ncmcinn. Suspicion of him, ot fcm-

mett Cash.
JrShe spoke out of a depressing
stillness. "Juan Lopez and II are
old friends from far back He was
Dad's trail cook-a long time ago,
wheri they herded from Texas
That Mexican is one in a tnou-iand."

Frank told her again La T our
fiad'said the cook was all right.
Sel, he decided, had' probably
been given the restaurant shack
by old man Cash. Rememberuig
.u. f.uiaritv that had held be-

tween the doctor and Jean he sus sus-eeeted
eeeted sus-eeeted La Tour, also, had been a
K of her father's. This .was
.why Emmett had trusted the doc doc-4...
4... doc-4... v... K,.inoinff Jonathan Yates to

tor by bringing Jonathan Yates

The realized suddenly he hadn't

; told Jean his name. no. u;u
tt.on wailed:' t polite mo

ment before taking his leave. Her
! hand sprang out to halt ninu
'I saw you ride that gelding In-

to town. 1 need a man wuu ui
horses. And youdo. Asssum ing
that your debt to Emmett isn t too
ereat, would you copsider working

x wnmen constantly expected)

something from a man. His labor,
his embrace, or his We. He won wondered
dered wondered which of these the girl be before
fore before him with her pleading eyes

expected i ;
lie shook his head and her lips
tightened. "You looked like you
I wanted a job. I'm sorry! bother bothered
ed bothered you." ..
- o bother. Thank you for the
off."
-IMr voice struck him, sharper
' than before. "Js it because ( you
wrt work for a woman? n
"L guess you've got it, ma am.
- i?an Cash drew a deep breath.

,iiUnpr inside told her some-

; r,if kH rfnn. this man a hurt a

long his backtrack. She read it in

hiShTmanner, m me raggeaiMca
that sometimes piled 1 about ms
mopth. He was a man seeking his
plflje in the sun, and so far ev everything
erything everything had piled up, in his way
- deirying him his chance. For the
. moment she felt pity. Although she
war a proud girl she said softly,
"Think it over. If you change your
md, Rafter C still needs a good
hand."

neiline fact remained mat

mott turn save nis me.

Were Emmett and o r r 1 n g

working hand in hand to break

Jean Cash? it was jusi as umj

Nnrrine was the man tnat nao

naided them along me uau

Fort McHenry. '

Frank shaoed a ciearet as he

tramped toward the Alhambra. A
woman who played piano too well,
who wanted to catch his interest.
A thin, black-haired musician who
fiddled to her music and followed
her body through adoring eyes.
This was all he knew definitely a a-bout
bout a-bout the Alhambra.

He cut diagonally across to the

saloon. A name on the door 01 an another
other another building broke his stride.
Cashtown Bank. Stephen Nornng,
President.

sn Nnrrin? was not merely a

saloon man in this town. Frank
saw him now shaping up. as the
hie trumn. card on this range, the

new Dower that had taken, over

tipon old man Cash's death. Jean
had said it was" a puzzle; to him
the blocks were beginning to fit
together, the pattern no different
from the sordid story of greed on
another range. K brought back un un-recollections
recollections un-recollections to Frank, the

traeedv that had ended in hi

father's death. The creases about

his mouth were deeper now than

thpv had been since riding into

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MEN MUST TALK The group listens atten tlvely as'San Bias Indian chief, Samuel Morris,
pleads lor' higher prices lor coconut hulls..' The reeorderwas the only woman present at the
parley. Sitting next' to the stenographer is the-present lntendente the- San, Blas-Eiift
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Here a grandmother babysits while she tears coconut hulls In, hall.

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Causes Tempest In Nutshell

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, Naked children ran in and out of t he palm-fringed arena, on the island of
Naluneea, last Saturday morning, while the San Bias Indian Coajrress debated the

price of coconut hulls with representatives of the Panama government and stock-,

holders oi a new lactory lor processing co conut fiber. :
This meeting was a prelude to the inauguration of the. faciorv. Comoania Pa-

namena de Fibras, S.A., which was schedu led to take, place thai afternoon on an another
other another island.

When he walked Into the Alhara

bra he brought nlong a feeling of

tension. A half dozen men leaned

in croups against the counter. A

fpw more, had drooDed into un-

friendlv silence at the poker table.

On the piattorm at tne rear oi me

hall Lily Arnette was playing a

fashionable Debussy composition.
Frank's stride broke as the pow power
er power of her music made itself felt.
She was considerable of an artist.
He wondered again what had
brought her here She sensed the
tension in the room and glanced

aside, hunting the cause.' Whe
she recognized him her lips bud budded
ded budded in a smile.
Here was a woman whor might
put him straight about Cashtown.

He might do wen to encourage

her interest. And then as he drift

ed against the bar: he knew he

wanted no part of that friendship

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1:00. 3:00, 5:00, 7:00. 9:00 p.m.

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MANAGEMENT TALKS Max Pick,' general ''-manager -oi Compania'. iPanamena J:
explains his slile of the problem to the Assem bly ' k ;

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Soviet Approaches
ValicEn Via Corps
(01 DipbmEcracy)

VATICAN CITY. Autr. 25 (UP)

The Soviet Union has made its

first approach to the Vatican
through diplomatic channels,
Vatican officials said today.

The officials said Soviet charge

d'affaires in Rome D. P. Pogl-

dayev paid a visit a few days a a-ro
ro a-ro to the Papal Nuncio to Italy,
Msrr. Gulsennp. Fietta.

They said it was the first time

a soviet aipiomat, naa paia a

visit to a Papal Nuncio.
Posldavev reouested the meet-

iner as a simple courtesy call but

during- the visft he handed Fi

etta a copy of the Soviet appea'
to the narliaments of the world
for disarmament.

Vatican sources said delivery

of the appeal was of little im importance
portance importance since Russia had given

copies of it to other embassies

In Rome. - ;

The handbook-of the Vatican

Annuarln Polntiflclo. does not

list the Soviet Union as a coun country
try country that hs broken off dlDlo dlDlo-matic
matic dlDlo-matic relations with the Vati Vatican
can Vatican sine sunn reltioti)i never

existed. The Soviet Union never

has recognized the Vatican

state.

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ENTRANCE OF FACTORY
on the island of Pico Feo.
Germany.

Indians are shb wn' at the entrance of the new factory built
Machinery lor :pro cesslng the coconut fiber; was Imported from

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PARIS, Aug. 25 (UP) Josef
Stalin died of a stroke brought on
by a towering rage af colleagues

who defied him, the French week weekly
ly weekly Dimanohe said yesterday.

The paper said his death took
place at a meeting of the Soviet

Presidium called by civil Vice

Premier Alazar Kagonovich. Pre

sidium members protested Stalin's
deportation of Jews to Siberia and

the "doctors' plot," the paper said.

and Kaganovich climaxed the an angry
gry angry session by tearing up his com communist
munist communist party card and throwing

it in Stalin's face.
Stalin tried to reach an alarm
bell but collapsed and died of a
stroke, Dimanche said. His death
was disclosed four days later.

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In Disci! Fl:!.:3

.TERURALEM. Israeli bector,

Aug. 25 (UP) TWO tgypwau

forces auacKea uie incbct ui
ert settlement Of Kissufim to-;
day and wounded two Israeli

defenders in a maenme gun uai.-tle-
that lasted, more than two
hours, a telephoned report from
the settlement said.
The report said both attacks
were repulsed.

At the same time twin iaru
and Egyptian sources reported a

second brier ngm auuig i u u-za
za u-za Strip border.
MaJ. Dan Gov, I a ell military
spokesman, said Et iptlans fired
on an Israeli patrol, damaged

their vehicle but -caused no ca

sualties. He said the Israelis aid
not return the fire. The Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian report from Cairo said Is

raeli positions opened fire with

mortars and automatic weapons
on an EsrvDtian observation post

near Oedrelbalah and the
Egyptian forces returned... the

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The womenfolk, to whose lot'

falls the actual task of gathering

the coconuts, took no part in the
debate. They stood In groups out

side the thatched huts, while their

men argued.
The coconut hulls, until now,

have been thrown away in the San

Bias Islands: although many fac

tnrips in the Orient process them

for the fiber.

The idea of using the hulls here
belongs to Max Pick, Panama

businessman, who came he r e
from Germany just before World

War II. During a trip to his home

land two years ago,' Pick attended
an industrial fair in Frankfurt,

where he was surprised to see

laree number of exhibits made

from coconut fiber.

On his return to Panama, he be

gan to investigate the possibilities
of setting up a factory to process

coconut hulls in the ban Bias area

Copra is already being extracted

from coconuts on a small scaie in
the San Bias and it was learned
that the hulls from all the nuts
used for copra were, being thrown

awav.

The upshot of it all was me tor-

ma tion ot Uompania ranamena

de Fibras and the -building of a

factory on the island of Pico eo,

which they leased for that pur-

The once tne -comnany naa ae

cided to pay for the coconut hulls

was $5 per mousana. since me in

dustry will use I million per

month, this would mean an addi

tional income to the islanders of

110,000 per month or $120,000 a

year.

h The Indians wtre apparently
satisfied with this proiptct, but
with the completion of tho facto factory,
ry, factory, thoy had a change of heart
nd decided to bargain for a
higher price for the hulls.

them under the direction of Mrs.

Max Pick, wife of the. general

manager of the plant.

Hack on the island of Nalunega,

the Congress resumed, and during
the afternoon the Indians decided
to accept the, company' price of
$5 per thousand for the hulls.

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FEELING THE FIBER Mrs. Eirdsall, wife of Dr.- Benjamin
Birdsall, who represented Point 4 at? the San Bias gathering,
feels the coconut fiber, while Mrs. E. Endara reaches for

." another exhibit at the inauguration of the new factory.

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FINANCIER ADDRESSES CONGRESS MaxDelvalle, who is a
dlputado of the Panama Government and a financier tells the
Indians how much this new industry will benefit theni.

One chief, Samuel Morris, made
plea for a higher price for the

hulls. He was answered by Pick,

who pointed out trat this is a

new industry for this country,

and the success of failure of the!
venture was impossible to fore-;
cast He was not in favor of pay-1
ing more for the hulls, since it

would increase the cost of tne- fi fiber
ber fiber and make the product diffi

cult, if not impossible to market

abroad. ...

Many speeches followed and the
listeners squirmed as the sun rose
higher, gome of the Indians tried

unsuccessfully to swing a sail o-

verhead on stakes to p r o v i de

shade, but finally members of the
congress and visitors moved their
chairs, which had been borrowed
from the schoolhouse, into the

shade cast by the tall c o c o n u t

oalms. 1

The turning point in the debate

came when assemblyman Felix O-

ller. a former Intendant of the ban

Bias, took the stand. He introduc

ed a denization of Indians from

the islands at the extreme south

of the San Bias group.

Ihoso men, who would ob obviously
viously obviously have the greatest d i
tance to travel, offtrtd thtlr
full cooperation to the factory
and said thoy would supply hulls.
A recess was called and the vis

itors from Panama City, which in

eluded representatives trom the u

S. Point Four, the Panama Insti

tute for Economic Development

(1FE) and the nress left by boat

for the island of Pico Feo, where

the new factory is situated.

There thev insoected the factory

examined the husking machinery
and electrical plant, which had
been imnnrted from Germany, and

enjoyed the lunch prepared let

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of Institute de Fomento Economico. is shown here chatting
with Dlputado Felix Oiler, a forrnrr intendente of the San Elai
licit) and Antonio faredes (right).



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In Black and Wite?

A LL. letters of the English a
" phabet were combined la this
one symbol (right) by clever
designer, How quickly can you
go through the alphabet, tracing
out each of the 26 letters in the
design? Turn it as necessary.
The figure below goes farther.
It represents the ultimate in di digestsa
gestsa digestsa redigested digest of all
English literature plus simple
mathematics. It contains all of
the letters of the alphabet and
all of the digits 0 through 8. Use
a pencil to spell out or trace' any
word or figure you can think of.

rffl answer to that old riddle: "What's black and
, white and red all over?" is, of course, a news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. Omitting the play on words here Is another
answer a black and white color wheel.
Test It for, yourself by cutting out the wheel
below and pasting It on a piece of stiff paper or
cardboard. Punch a hole in the center and insert a
straightened paper clip, pin, nail, or other pointed
object. Now spin clockwise. The outer ring appears
of a reddish hue; the Inner ring slightly greenish.
Counterclockwise, the" effect is reversed.

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ACROSS
I. Three weeks.
4. Lazy Bones
takes off one
screen window
each week end
for 6 months and
the other 6
months puts on a
storm; window
each week end,
on his window
house,
; 6. Birthday
date for Calvin

Coolidge, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen Foster,
and West Point (month and day).

7. Deft DeOnir.on of a (bridegroom:

paid much Us whistle.
8. A triple trio between two duets.
10. Naughty, Not Nutty.- 1

1 11. Twice this number increased by ten

seven tunes cue-third of the number.
12. Degree ta a right angle. .-:
It. Demon Speed is good or nothing, '.;
13. An old settler's observation; boy's a boy;
boys are half a boy; boys are no boys at all!
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3. Dice thrower double trouble.
3, If you do not believe that when a cow lies down
the front end does not go down first, write 7420;
if you do, write 7&8.
, 4. often a college education goes the head
rather than the mind. ..
9. This number, divided by 8 gives 8 (or an
answer.
9. From "The Lost Sheep",: ,y
There were and that safely lay
, 1 J the thelter of the fold; , j
But i Was out on tho field away
Far from the gates of gold.
10, Pawnbroker's sign.
II. "Now that dimensions are a hit, let's start)
asking th dimension pictures," said the director!
13. Doubly in debt
16. to get ready."
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IF YOU wiU examine a deck of cards you will nd-
tice that certain cards may be considered pointers
that is, they have definite pointing characteristics.
The point of the emblem of the ace of spades for
Instance, is In one direction.
The nine of hearts has five points In one direction.
The seven of diamonds has an odd pip either
above or below the center.
To make use of this Interesting situation, remove
all of tha pointers from the deck. Arrange them so
that all point in the same direction. Now fan the
pointers so that someone may choose a card. Turn
the cards around In, your hand; have the person
who has selected the card return it to your hand.
After av meaningless shuffle, a glance at the points
will reveal the card selected.
Charades, Streamlined
"THESE! are the old-time charades, minus the
verses. Clues suggest the answers.

PAT this trick
on friends
next time you
are given change
somewhere: Ex Ex-.
. Ex-. tend your hand
holding the coins
shown at right.
Ask someone to,
tell you whether
you are holding
an odd or .even
amount Becare Becare-ful
ful Becare-ful to use this
phraseology, then
no matter which',
answer is given.

It can be proven wrong. Here's how:

If the answer la '"even," count up the number of
coins In your hand It's seven, an odd number, of
course. '"', : - -,
If the answer Is "odd," add up the values of the
coins it comes to 20c, obviously even.
Try These "Sound Effects'1
AN ALPHAGRAM (the name comes from the first
letter of the Greek alphabet) pertains to words

that sound 'alike and are Identical except for their
first letters. In this case, you are to. Identify a eroun

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hasty trip

to the menag'

. erie the artist
managed to

sketch the out

lines of three an!

mala In sort of

an artistic short shorthand.
hand. shorthand. The sketch

he brought back
is shown here
(right). Aside

from a few em

bellishmenU such
as tails, eyes,
etc, the rest of
the creatures are

outlined in dots.
These have been
numbered so that
' you might estab establish
lish establish identities,
i But before be beginning,
ginning, beginning, see if
you can guess
what animals are
portrayed. Write
their names In
the spaces pro provided
vided provided in tha dia dia-g
g dia-g r a m. Then,
draw continuous
lines from dot to
dot In accordance
with the numbers
of each, and see
If your guesses
were correct.
Riddle
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add a letter and
make It three
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Fun With Crypto-Crax AGES, PLEASE

VKXfA'u-uKACK w funny story with Its
punch line In "code." That is to sav. othei

letters have been substituted for the original ones.
See if you can decipher today's qulpi ; v; i; : .
, t Psychiatrist: "What seems to be wrong madam f"
; Female patient, leading' an ostrich en a teasbi

mfuT.Ple;i,n,in1tha Pm flVf alphagram. from brief dues
makes an optical illusion: mi-rae-e. .r

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CrypOo Hint

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C.DI.F 190
JB DEF 202
B. C. E F 167
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MR and Mrs. Jones and their

1. A snake plus a quick stoo makes a d

J. A head covering plus a cereal makes a whim.
3. A rube plus an Vl right" makes a Western
," character.
4. A larrler plu M acquisition makes something
cheap.
5. V'h temperature plus a .domestic fowl makes
a pagan,
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or definitions For A vuuu.vuwa viuuv ujr a, a,
be a DULL GULL. crvPt abov 10 8- c D E an F. Tou are asked

.. ..WJno a num H -putq to aetermine the ages of each by

,.u 44l. .,MIUV w.iu tunny .tudvini the totiliL Tn tin.

MEASURE THE MOON

example: "a stupid bird'

1. Lovesick boy:
' 2. White-faced man:
8. Male doU:

4. Shrewd Insect

6. Two good-lookers

6. Unusual food

- 7. Amusing little rabbit

8. Bee's busy house

9: Well-behaved rodents:

10. Heated utensil

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Answer in a Minute, If You Can ??rh Zt 2S2 of m

A MAN bought a boat which cost him 30 more Which letters designate the
than one-fourth of Its price. How much did he parents and. what are their ages,
pay for UT and which the children and what
"i xi sjj(iop Aiioj pij h uar 're their ages? ,

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moon always seems larger.

but the moon's always the same
size, of course. If you will take
the astronomers' word that the
distance from here to there la
.roughly 239,000 miles, here's
how you can check this figure
for yourself. ;
Place two parallel strips of" ad ad-Msive
Msive ad-Msive or masking tape exactly
one and one-quarter Inches apart

on a window pane through which
the moon can be seen. Mount a a-card
card a-card or thin piece of cardboard,
punched with a viewing hole on
a movable stand or table as
shown above.
- Move, the "sight" away from
the window until the moon Just
shows through the strips on the'
glass. Measure the distance from
"sight" to strips.
This distance Is In the same

ADD THE MAGIC COLORS

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proportion to the moon's distance
from the earth as the space be between
tween between the strips Is to the moon's
diameter, If the distance re required
quired required is 11.4 feet, for example,
a little figuring will produce the
moon's diameter. Try it and see
how close you can come to the
measurement calculated by scien scientists
tists scientists which Is given below. :
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OB J E C T of
Fun Blocks

r Is to reconstruct
certain k i y
words from clues
i contained in the
words them them-.selves...
.selves... them-.selves... Words
. appear across the
tops of blocks. -To
solve, copy
all of the letters
now showing in
, the empty spaces
- of their respec respective
tive respective vertical
r o w s. N o w,
wherever possi possible,
ble, possible, form new
short words by
trial and error
until you have
missing letters,
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It's Your Move

A PRETTY outdoor scene ap-
pears magically in the maze
of lines aboya If you shade in
the spaces indicated with colored
pencils or crayons.
These are the colors abbrevi abbreviated
ated abbreviated above: O, Orange; Bl, Blue;
G, Green; Gr, Gray; T, Yellow;
R, Red; V, Violet and Br, Brown.

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SCSFEXD a button on a thread
from a cork. Place It in a
bottle. Challenge someone to tell
you how the button can be re removed
moved removed from the thread without
shaking or breaking the bottle.
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By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
1 In' what month of the fourth
year was the foundation of
Solomon's temple laid? (1 Ki
4 What name did Jesus civs
Simonf (John 1:42)
10-Kllled. 1
14 Room in a harem.
15 TelL
19 Kemove fruit skin.
17 Negative.
13 Fatner, Son and Ghost
19 Pnhllst
21 luutuer of the Titans.
22 Arm jointa
24 Hants of gourd family.
2 Prince In Abyssinia,
27- Put on.
28 Opprobrium. '
31 A ion of Elpaal (1 Chr. 8:15)
3J What did Jesus endure? Heb.
12:2)
35 Noted English churchman.
Sti famed.
37 l lace where Jesus raised the
widow's son from the dead
(Luke 7:11)
38 Posters for Jury duty.
40 Poman coin. 1
tl What did the great star re-
mbleT (Bev. 8:10) 1
'42 C'aroL : i
43 siBts. . -J'-
44 1 evoke.
4 I priitentfal season,
47 I s iiopric y ;
4H 1h,;1.
49 I a nh stopped the mouths of
e hat beasU? (Heb. 11:33
51 ; .mi of ermine, sable, beaver.

frees with pointed, weapon,
ipok.
nessive pronoun.
fJostroyed. -;
bled type. i

.din silkworm.

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64 A son of Shem (Gen, 10:22)
85 Behold.
66 Unbleached. (
68 What Jesus did to the book,
after reading from the pro prophet
phet prophet Esaiasv about himself
(Luke 4:20)
TO Sister.
71 The Seven
72 Theme papers. r
73 Choose.
VEKTICAL
1 Division of earth's surface.
2 What did Asa's mother set Up
in a grove? (1 Ki. 15:13) ....
8 Note in the scale.
4 Birds.
5 Coneera
6 Work at with steadinesa
7 Exclamation, y
8 From what place did Paul go
to Corinth? (Acts 18:1)
9 With what official device of
Ahab did Jezebel close letters
she wrote in his name? (1 Ki.
21:8) ,
10 Exhausting.
11 Note in diatonic scale. -.
12 Unit of work,
13 Tiny.
' 18 Grayish-white.
20 Game of chance. j
23 Propagated.
24 Celestial body.
25 Function in trigonometry.
27 A falhng In drops. ; v
29 Less comely. ,'
50 Disorderly statea .
51 Citation
32 What was Gaza? (Acts 8:26)
S3 The flesh of this animal was
forbidden food to the Israel Israelites
ites Israelites (Deut 14:7) ; :
84 Weaves.

37 Pony.
39 Insect
41 His surname was Thaddaeus
(Mat 10:3)
42 Dispatched,
O IMt, KU "Mtus Brsdlnla, be,

45 A son of Caleb (I Chr. 4:15) :'
46 Diving bird.
7 Father of Gaddl (Num. 13; ll)
80 Hinh standards.
51 Stable.
63 Title of address.
8b Leads.
87 Cut into cubea
58 Victim.
59 Error.

60 Throng.
61 Foot-like organ. .:
62 Frost
64 What king of Judah old a
prophet go out to meet and
exhort him to put swsy Idols -snd
serve God? (2 Chr. 15:2)
67 Sun god.' v- ..i
69 Bone.
70- King of Egypt (2 KI 17:4)

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allows Black to gain a checker
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complete tha play? -.
,; White, traveling up the board,
moves first and wins In 4 moves.
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' BACK HOME, DARN IT Four U. S. Navy flyers are half J.
; sorry to-be back at their base in Sangley Point, P. I.
v A They bailed fept,of disabled bomber over Pulau-Pulau,
s 150 miles from. Mindanao, and were treated like royalty t
. until picked up ,by rescue planes. ; They are (from left) ,
Vlu Dohald. Fitzgerald; flight engineer Hollon Mills;?

? technician L: A-McAtee; LU (jg) Christopher Withers.

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' movie star, Cina Lollobri I

' : tine tot Notre Dame de 18,000-YEAR-OLD ART Drawings discovered on the wall of a grotto near Dordogne, France, by Romaine Rob-

Paris In front of cathedral.

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ert (center), and Professor Nougief (right), are, examined by Professor Breuil. The drawings, pi 'in all, date

back to-the Pahotique age 18,000 to 20,000 years ago. Authenticity of the prehistoric murals was contirmea.,

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1 TRAPIEO-An Unidentified admirer admires a sail

' DE-MOTHED This unusual and lucky photograph was
made as a huge moth being .held by Odell Louderback of
Liberal, Kan., suddenly left the boy empty-handed.

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NEW ZEALAND'S OLD FALLS The Sutherland falls of
New Zealand, among the highest in the' world, can be
seen from the famous, scenic Milford Track in Olago.

STAR'S PET Between scenes of a new Hollywood
moyie, Somebody Up There Lifces Me, Pier Angeli
explains that her pet ,terrier "can see no evil."

"rc Tis.K -raticht in Krtrhlhamnn hav npar Cuavmn

i,-"r"Triw','"B"'',r t-- .. -.

-wA-.vJkfexictJJ called the greatest fish trap in the world.

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vise ; the -Oemocratic national convention, technician
I Don Moorfr helps install eight of 40 micro-wave dishes
I atop the huge International Amphitheatre in Chicago. F

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J Vi twin sons of famous crooner, Bing Crosby. Both are stationed in Schweinfurt,

Germany, with the 10th Infantry division. Dennis is a majl clerk while Phillip is
assigned to the 24th medical detachment.. The 21 -year-old twins spend their off- w
duty houis together going to the movies, shooting pool and avoiding the limelight. ;

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Phillip pud on rubber gloves to elJ in minor optration;

Connis torts mail at headquarters. Htf as well as fhiillp. Is popular wilh comradis.,

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TANAMV, R. r SUNDAY, AUGUST 86, 1958

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"COME ON IN, the water's fine." Shown with their instructed at the Fort Clayton Swim Swim-mint
mint Swim-mint Pool are tome of the boys and girls participating in the Summer Recreation Program'
at Clayton. The total number of those who took part in the iwimmlnr activities was oyer
15 youngsters between the ages of seven and 19.

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Story by
MAMIE BUCKLEY CHISHOLM
Pictures, including cover shots.
By US Army photographer
Like a herd of circus elerhants

covered with chatter 113 chimpan

zees, me line ra army Dusts with

their load of children lumbered a

round the curve to the rear of a

ichool in its j'in.;)e sefiing.

mere iney rarked and became

the missing links in the giant dai

sy cnam woven by the colorful

cars of coordinators, chairmen,
and co-worki-r of the Ui sum summer
mer summer ecreat'o-i program of this
particular post s

II is not necessary U, play guess

ing games to the identity of
the ovners if these cart- they
aie neighbors who are always

wncre there is work to l done

especially chores corrected with

hndrtn. .
It -vas the end of July and the

day lA the party cilmurg t':e

arts nd crates phases wiiefc com

plements the Athletic aoivitcs of

the iimmer recreation wtjra.

There were children: your chil

dren, my ch'Uien, the'r children,
other children pouring out if the
biues to disappear int'j the ir r.
specuvt classrooms to return wit a
teachers, teen-agers, ill top-knots
inat were precariously pc.ched p.r-
cv hK of th .r own ronvlrHit.em

which whimsically reminded sonoe

vu.civeja W4 -lie uuim.c vi
school days of the remote past.
1'jm the r'diculous ifien ifien-blante
blante ifien-blante ended ti these children had
displayed remarkable talents not
only at emulating "Mr. John'

rut r's.o in mastering '.he native

art ot making Eateas.
Tory bad created dol's and oth other
er other -oys out of simple household i i-tenifc;
tenifc; i-tenifc; they had produci taper taper-M'oints
M'oints taper-M'oints of tar by pushing "jew
els" gathered from the playgrovmd
into the softeLed mass vhich v,hin
hardered became a gracious gift
for Dad's desk; and they had as-

fsembled bookends, butterflies and

bugs!
The party was very festive with
a USARCARIB band playing, pho photographers
tographers photographers posing, parent; preen-
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TEEN-ACER Joanne Branch of Fort Kobbe begins Instruction on the construc construction
tion construction of butterflies from clothespins. The kindergarten girls show interest but
the boys have only disdain and demand to make bugs instead.

WHAT GOES VP MUST COME DOWN Childicn at Fort Kobbe
the fruits of their labors in the arts and crafts phase of the 1956

1 creation Program. Here they await the descent of parachutes
more then mundane pocket handkerchiefs.

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AT THE FORT CLAYTON POOL, Ffc. Arnold Benjamin, Signal (74C1), Instructs
a grouo of youngsters in the proper method of diving. The instruction is being
tiven a? part of the Clayton Summer Recreation program.

AN ADDED ATTRACTION this year af many posts was the Introduction of golf r
as part of the recreation program. Here the winners of the final tournament
at Fort Amador are from left Fred Dube, Mary Wrlchmann and Tim Corrlsan.
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T T""'rr"r CLAYTON TfXN; COURTS Chaplain (Capt.) Francis It LewK
Fori TlUytl:; rrolesUnt Ch ..Uia, Instructs Mary Vic, aged U. the proper
nieUiM ( hold a tennis r.-tt.

M1STFRINO TKK NATIVE ART OF MAKING BATEAS Pre-teenage glrta
di- Plar proficiency in producing bateis which ran the gamut from "Golden Frog
f "I I Valle" t- a wolfish-appearing ereation that was entitled Jiumorously
"Sailor Travelling-Salesman.".- Shown with counsellor Mrs, Ruth Jh ara
standi: Barbara Valliant, Pat Summerville, Mrr Eleanor Hicks Mrs. Harth,
Judy Sharman, PatricU Chisolm and Elaine Olinger. Seated at the table ara
GeraMine Sterlin whose batea is In the Initial stage nd Nancy Griffin, who
proudly exhibit! her finished product.' '.1

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By TEISTAM COFFIN
Now the sudden shower's gone,
A new world and a deeper one
Is lying under every tree.
Small blue cousins of the sea.

Made water from on high,
: These pools of unearthly dye
Show" the elm tree's arching crown -And
the white clouds upside down.
- Such pools are not pools to wade, 1
It would make the feet afraid
'' To walk through such a lovely wonder
Poured from the hogsheads oi thunder.

NEW GUESTS

The upstairs of the house has gone
The way of men and wood;
Whatever the stairway led to once, t
If leads up now to good.
Step by step goes' uo to men -'
Went up to live or die, : x
The topmost stair breaks calmly oft
Into the open sky. ..; ..' : .:
Where love and sleep once met the rooms,
New guests entertain,
The young sun and the ancient moon
And the godlike rain.

' Herewith flnd solution to Sunday Crossword Put.
ale No. 650, published today. N
Answer for Sunday. July Cryptoauips. t)E.
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Wooden not paper dolls are the makers even at the beach. (secretaries survive on salads all
only souvenirs Air Force officers! Jack, chief bartender at the week to make up for the figure figure-could
could figure-could find to bring home from popular Henlopen Hotel, reports busting binge.
their recent trip to Russia wuh' that pourings are more numberous! Chief Raymond Holland gives

atart oen.!inan ever. And he says Washing- out the recipe except he's mum

Air Force Chief

Nathan Twining. jton folk are swizzling vodka in about how much rum. Depends

a i nia colleagues uuiic quaniiut's.
know. Twinina came back enrntv-l True-to-form entii-meLt -n't fnr-

handed. Among others. Brig, get the Embassy Row free-eatine

Gen. William H. Blanchard routine and thev're flockine to the beach ovm- vnrika mawinic

picked up a couple of the little; hotel's special Sunday buffet. It cerns Dr. L. R. W. Soutendijk
egg-shaped dolls each of which ; feature all those nostalgic stom-' Netherlands embassy financial
opens up and has two smaller! ach fillers like fat hunks of roast1 counselor, and his two baby rab-

upon your tast, is all he'll say.

Biggest chatter item at the

dolls inside

Seems there just wasn't much

to re nad in the way of sourvenirs

beef, ham, turkey and melon balls.! bits.

I He adopted the tiny animals and
Over at the Russian emhassv has to feed thim with a maAiin

in Moscow. One member of the. they don't go in much for long; dropper every day to keep them
party priced a white shirt and vacations. Most of the staff save alive. Conversation about world

luuim ii com ne seuieo ior au meir ume tor a tnree-montn affairs is out as long as Souten-

U011S, too.

Ever wonder what haDnened to

that daring North Korean pilot
who delivered a Russian MIG

fighter plane to the U.S. forces in

Korea three years ago and col collected
lected collected a $100,000 reward?

Welly vnght now Noh Keun Suk
a beach boy at the summer

colony in Rehoboth, Del. And he's
the most popular figure among
vacationing diplomats and govern government
ment government VIP's who converge at this

resort.

leave at home in Russia. At least diik struggles with his rabhits.

that's the reason they give. j What bothered him most were
It's a safe bet the Reds don't firecrackers set off by neighbor neighbor-join
join neighbor-join the embassy crowd at Reho-hood kids around his cottage on

wtu. hc; io uw. piwwcu m ouij ruunn. inc loua noise gave
that far away due to travel re-the bunnies the jitters,
strictions. The confinements are "Now I know why they call
set up by Uncle Sam for security America the arsenal of democ democ-purposes
purposes democ-purposes and to match the re- racy," he cracked. ; 4
strictions- imposed on U.S. of-j ;
ficials" in Russia. I Fashion front: Department of

Soviet diplomats are going to their, whether enlisted men should wear
summer colony on the Chesapeake; zippers or buttons on their trou trou-Bav
Bav trou-Bav where they rent more than a sera

Setting up umbrellas and beach dozen cottages.- ; I A while back an order went out

A lot of the women are week- to all sailors to switch to pants
end widows, for when the men with tippers as soon as the tradi-

come down on Saturday and Sun

day they spend most of the time

chairs is strictly a summer iob

for the former flier who has just

finished his first year at the Uni

versity of Delaware

People still question mm about fishing,

his feat of slipping a MIG out! ,-
from under the noses of the Reds. Since the invention of chocolate

But at this stage he's proudest of no other dish has done so much' at Pentagon is taking, another

in uear bubikui n ai-uuui return ryiei damage me rum pie 100K,

tional 13-button jobs wore out.

But a poll of the fleet revealed
that most cf the men wanted to
keep their buttons. SO now the
Navy's permanent Uniform Board

and the fact that he made dean's
list.

A major part of Washington's

social hilarity rocks Rehoboth

When the hot weather hits town.

served at the Capitol. Once ai Whether they say button un or

week it has become eustom fori buttons off, the final decision

everyone to have a go at this rests with Navy Secretary
delicious calorie concentration on Charles Thomas who happens to
the menu at the Senate dining be the most dapper dresser in
room. .town. He uses both zippers and

And it proves you can't keep down Overweight senators throw buttons.

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

Dy LEE KOCTIfViR

Probe Bono Publico: First time

the Coonskin Kid was mentioned

for one of the ton snots was 1950.

I was in Washington, wired Jack
Lait (who was subbing WW) that

every a.m. when Estes shaved, he

said "good morning, Mr. Presi President"
dent" President" but would be glad to take
secend place! Kefauver thanked
us for the plug but said it caused

trouble. "The little man at 1300
Pennsylvania Ave. didn't like it!"
. i .Estes was a nightlifer and
playboy before he got the call. He
was usually accompanied on his
festive rounds by a dark, intent
young man named Hal Korda.
Korda bad been connected with
Estes' Senatorial campaign-fund
bag In 1918.
Chapter Two: Then when Estes
made front pages, Korda began to
solict funds for "Kefauver for
President." Several .- long-distance
calls were made by him on my
phone at the Mayflower to New
York left-wing millionaires. Korda
set up appointments for them to
meet the Man of Destiny. I seem
to remember that I was never re re-imbuused
imbuused re-imbuused for the toll charges.
When Kefauver moved his Great Greatest
est Greatest Show on Earth to Gotham, a
young man representing himself
as a campaign-fund collector ap approached
proached approached auihor Bill Huie, then
publisher 'of the American Mer Mercury,
cury, Mercury, with a proposition. For a
campaign contribution of five Gs
he -could arrange it so the Mer Mercury's
cury's Mercury's then owner, wealthy Clen Clen-dennin
dennin Clen-dennin Ryan (a reformer never
known to shun publicity) could sit
on the dais at the bearings.
I Wouldn't but Hollywood: Actor
Robert Wagner and his forks let all
of Chasens know about the rift.
Shh not so loud, Bob, little wait waiters
ers waiters have big ears ... Their joint
investment in the Phoenix Rae Rae-quet
quet Rae-quet Club ($250,000) is what's hold holding
ing holding up the Jqanne Dru-Jobn Ire Ireland
land Ireland obsequies v Julie London's
V-line in "Drango" will make the
plunging necks on her record al albums
bums albums look prudish. (I can hard!J

wait.) . Actress Janet Stewart,

who was on the ill-fated Andrea I
Doria, is telling Hwd -friends, "I
was In the cocktail lounge having!
a Jiartlni. As 1 put the glass to:
my mouth I heard a loud noise
and felt the ship shake. I looked

at the bartender and said, 'What
the heck do you put in 1 these
things?

Today's", Absolutely Nothings:
Elaine Aiken, the new Hollywood
beaut, once operated an elevator
in the Empire State Bldg., which
reminds me that Bob La Bossiere
just quiet the FBI after ten years
of splendid service to become asst.
operations chief of the building,
and all the pretty lift gals work
for him. (Best show in town on
windy nights is the Empire State's
outdoor observation platform. For
a buck thirty you see more gams
than Ziegfcld ever saw, and what
pretty panties you have, Mamie.)
. . And talking about lifts, Ste Stephanie
phanie Stephanie Griffin, dazzter making her
debut in Fox's "The Last Wagon
was discovered as an lrdoor avi aviator
ator aviator at Saks Beverly Hills. ;
The Business There's No Busi Business
ness Business T.ilrA' This had Ia hanrwn

I moan I ah an4 Cti. T.iii f ,tkn. I

I... MU UlU Till, I U LI. V I
son bosses of Gilmore's popular

steik-house, are setting aside an'
"Executive Suite." You can't eat!

there unless yoij're a Madison
Ave. advertising official. By the
way, just what did happen, to
charcoal gray?
A Gin mill Critic Vacationing in
the W-W Dept: Can't keep away
from my regular Winter assign assignment
ment assignment of covering nights -clubs, so
I just wanted to rave about the
new Summer show at Jules Po Po-dell's
dell's Po-dell's wonderful Copacabana were
the Four Lads and Comedian Al
Bernie tear up the audience. And
how I love the babes.
Paducah on the Pacific (Thai's
Hollywood, Bub): Those daily
flowers at actress Carol Ann
Beery's bedside (she'a recuperat

ing from surgery at Good Samari Samaritan
tan Samaritan Hospital) are from Van Hall.

the Swedish ski champ turned

singer... Gustav Machaty, t he he-producer
producer he-producer of Hedy Lamar's contro controversial
versial controversial "Ecstasy," says he has not

yet released it for video. It s still,
being shown in theatres and if
anyone televised it, he wants to
know who, Where and why? The
only, way you can see it (and a

lot of Hedy) Is in a movie bouse
.-, Rumblings indicate that
George Stevens has another "Gone
With the Wind" in upcoming.
"Giant" with Liz Taylor, Jimmy
Dean and Bock Hudson.
Today's Mortimer Medalion:
(This and a Fifth Amendment Amendment-makes
makes Amendment-makes a leftie a hero): To my good
friend Robert Morris, deadly ex ex-poser
poser ex-poser of Red rats who hide be behind
hind behind the Constitution they are in intent
tent intent on destroying. As a Naval In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence officer Bob first learned
about the shocking Communist in infiltration.
filtration. infiltration. After the war he became
counsel, to the old Jenner and Mc-
Carran Committees where he did
yeoman work in saving the nation.
Despite the usual attempts at
character assassination by news news-par
par news-par hs edited by double domes
or.il lama hraino Rnh was elected

to the Kew York City Municipal

bench in 1952, from wnicn ne n-

signed last year to return as
fhi.f Cnvmsftl of the Senate Inter

nal Security Committee (at a loss
of salary). He is one of the un un-sung
sung un-sung heroes who is fighting to
save your home, your' family and
your country. ,,
Wisdom of a White Way Wolf:
Gals who insist they're good gals
may not have had the necessary
co-operation to be otherwise.
GOT NO SYMPATHY
FAYETTE VILLE, Tenn. (UP)
Mary Haney changed her mind
In a hurry while complaining to a
policeman about the new neigh.
bor's dogs.. She learned the police policeman
man policeman was her neighbor and owned
the dogs.'- Vr.;.:

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WASHINGTON (NEA) One!

thing about Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon. There has seldom
been an American political fig

ure who could get kicked into more
mud puddles and somehow man manage
age manage to crawl back out looking
sweeter and cleaner than when
he fell in. (
Nixon's senatorial expense fundi
disclosures during the 1352 cam-!
paign made him an "underdog"!
candidate who aroused great sym-
. U . TLi-

. helped bis election.

Progress and Prosperity The last

two apprently don't need prayers, j

uui likewise coincidentally, Rep.1
Charles A. Vanik (D-Ohio) has'
pointed out! that the Democratic
campaign slogan for 1920, when
Gov.- James M. Cox of Ohio ran
for the DresidencT. was a fan

"Peace, Progress and Prosperity." j
With the farm vote all important
this year, politicians are watching
crop reports and farm price news:
more closely than in years when
there are no national elections. Re-
cent Department of Agriculture '!

The Murray Chotiner influence- surveys have given several intr-

peoaung cnarges t tne past year
are to De investigated by a con-

as it

gressional committee. But so far j
these scandals haven't rubbed off
on Nixon, who had employed Cho-j
tiner "as campaign manager.- j
President Eisenhower's ex-.

pressed doubts about Nixon's polit-j
leal future didn't set him back I

in the slightest.

And Ex Gov. Harold Stassen's

effort to dump Nixon only served!

to strengthen his place on the tick ticket:
et: ticket: :

A privately -printed Republican

campaign card now being passed!

around gives these four reasons
on "Why They Fear Richard Nix Nixon"
on" Nixon" v f "V rJ-

'- Thomas Jefferson, "'ice presi

dent on tne Kepubucan (sic) tick

et, rater elected president and re--
elected.'- : , . j
Theodore Roosevelt, vice presi presi-drrt.
drrt. presi-drrt. became president at 42 and

was re-elected with a majority of
33 per cent. I
Calvin CnnliriPe. vice nresidentJ

'became president and was re4
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viccicu wuu a uiajumy ui w per
cent. ..- : -. '-Harry
Harry '-Harry Truman. Vice president.

I 2came president and was re re-t.acted
t.acted re-t.acted with a majority of .eight

per cent.

pretations of the situation

developed in July;

Agricultural Outlook Digest for
July 25 said: "In mid-June, prices
received by farmers averaged 11
per cent above the December low
and 2 1-2 per cent above a year.

earlier."-. I

Statistical Summary of July 16

reported: VYield. prospects for
most crops improved during the1
past months. Estimates of the Cropj
Reporting Board as of July 1 point!
to a near average total outrun of

crops, though considerable: be below
low below last year's hear' record total."

But on July 2t, the Crop Report Reporting
ing Reporting Board itseff reported that :
"Lower prices received by farm farmers
ers farmers for fruit, meat animals and

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cuTe ta th index AND AUDIBLE-When Arthur Fiedler, conductor of
:lme-JBl.u!?a5? .f ?"cef ..! the Boston Fops, appeared as luest leader ot the San Franrisea SivmnW. rwk-... Zl f

ceivea oy iarmers ior we momn

How farm prosperity or lack of

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workers' prosperity, and vice ver

sa, also has to be watched closely

tor its political influence.
There is a slow, "creeping" in inflationary.'
flationary.' inflationary.' pressure apparent in
many lines.

the Boston Ipi, appeared a guest leader of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 1m had

kcvu nam w n mum. iw u cntrpnsin cnei, unus uuio, leii, in the montage above
prepared a king-sized sandwich five feet long, 35 pounds in weight Crillo' made the tidbit
vith $90 worth of bread, spicy meats and cheese. Fiedler, right, and the orchestra polished off
the sandwich, and proceeded with their concert

Tlmnprafif Kfliinnat flnmmittf

Chairman Paul Butler doesn't eo!

around volunteering this informa

tion, but every tune be s asked
about it at a press conference,
he says he still beBevs Prsidnt
Eisnhower will withdraw from the
presidential race before it's over,
for reasons of health.'
Explaining this, Butler says he's
mefely taking President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower at his own words. These
were to the effect that he would
ree-xamine his own health from
tim to time and ; would not as assume
sume assume the burdens, of office ,if he
felt he could not carry theni.

That "Pray" for Peace" postage
stamp cancellation mark which
Postmaster General Arthur ; E.
Summerfield put into use on Aug.
1 is of course only coincidentally
associated with the 1956 Republi Republican
can Republican campaign slogan, for "Peace,

The consumer price index
reached a -record high of 116.2

for June. The increase was largely

due to a two per cent increase
in the .cost of foods. Some 65 of
the 78 food items priced showed

increases in all 46 of the cities
surveyed. .: s i
The steel strike settlement with
its three-year wage increase is ex expected
pected expected to result in higher steel
prices. New car models introduced
this fail are expected to be slightly
higher. Tire prices have already
been raised as a result of recent

wages increases ii the rubber in

dustrv. -1

: There has been a steady rise in
consumer income during the. first
half year.' Consumer income is

expected to increase further un
der the new wage agreements.

Th tjtal effect of all these in inflation!,
flation!, inflation!, ry pressures is to give the

impression qf increasing prosper
ity, which is. just what the Re

publicans want.

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WATCI1 CLOSELY NOW," say Sf t. R. A. Barnett to his young
pupils as Billy Kiesling, aged 9, rets ready to knock the pins
over. Barnett was assistant bowling instructor in the Fort
' Clayton Summer Recreation Program.
Summer Recreation Program

t ; (Continued from Page 2)

Ing "prizes presented to the win-, pants through

. uts ai tne aou ana iiower snows.
There ; were children listening,

Jaugaing, looking; food favors,

a number of nur-

. . -1

puseiui activities.
The teen-age counterparts of the

aaun sounseuorg at one post were,

friends; friendly children, via if. according to the director, the

. chidren, fat children: bus guards,
broken bottles, big brothers and

sis'ers.-.and all sized of children,

There was an informal note of

appreciation passed around which

in a moment of thoughtfulness and
kindness a mother had taken the

.time to write to uie director, in
a lew weH-choscnwords she thank thanked
ed thanked all who had a part in giving
" her child an enjoyable and profit-

ab'e summer of relaxation and

recreation.

the

arms and legs and at times

I Drains" of the project.

s In addition to the thrill of heto-

jing.in such an undertaking, these
boys and girls were given instruc

tion in, making bateas, golfing, and
tennis, plus a course in water safe
ty for their part in bringing each
phase of the work to a satisfacto

ry conclusion. ,.

ine reward ot -learning a new

skill was the lot of the hundreds

I of children who passed beeinnerr

t. i. intermediate, and accomplished
in effect she was the. spokesman swimmer tests.
'- tor the residents of all the .Array i
posts on the Isthmus, In o s t of! Some of the latter are now eli eli-whom
whom eli-whom are directly or indirectly af-'gible for their Scout swimmer's
fected by die program. I badge with the additional test of
And she directed her note to one jumping into the pool fully clothed
to whom a great deal of credit Isjwith the approval of their troop
due according to the children, co- leader and under the direction
ordinators, and co-workers, some of one of the lifeguards like Bill
of whom are experiencing their Dieterly who left off reading "War
third year in successively bigger, and Peace'' with he help of a dic dic-and
and dic-and better summer recreation pro- tionary to promote and produce
grans. the water safety program at one
.- The initial program In the Canal post with the assistance of his as as-Zane
Zane as-Zane began through theN efforts of, sociates.
the Balboa PTA to p-..vide arts There is at least one additional
and crafts to supplement the ath-j scheduled swimming class for
.letlc activities sponsored, by the newly arrived children and anoth anoth-,
, anoth-, schools. - MAMIE BUCLKEY SHISOIM
The Army got into the' act a- er for adults at the suggestion of
bout eight years ago when .Gen. a worker who thought it would be
M. B, Rid'iway was CinC Canb. ;a good idea.
bean Command and interested in
a means to. provide children with-! There could have been no suc-

oui me usual stateside outlets for cesstui summer recreation pro pro-energy
energy pro-energy with appropriate activities. 1 gram at any post without the co-
About five years ago .the scope! operation of man y component

-was oroaaened to pring the parent, parts. That most were so outstand
and child together in a summer ing must be in part due to com
recreation program planned and plete : cooperation and coordina coordina-executed
executed coordina-executed by individual posts, e-ition:.:-;:... ;

The entire program of athletic There are so many deserving of

activities and arts and crafts is, thanks: the community chest con con-'
' con-' an example of exquisitely execut-; tributions, the children who came,
ed coordination. .; the mothers who sent them or who
For example, at Fort Kobbe the came along with them; the local
operation is under the sponsorship companies who donated food,
of the Youth, -Activities Council J drink, and favors.

win:e retiring memberd and the There are the prisoners at Gam

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15 Footless
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19 -Gem
20 Soft
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21 Revert
22 Heart
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24 Water
plant ,
25 Philippine
timber
tree
26 Genus of
African -trees
27 Brace,
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29 Long
used
31 Thing
that de
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33- rAdduct
34 Light
yellow
38 Viewed
37 Tropical
fruit
40 Marauder
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lands
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thorn
48 Subsidt
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48 Paciflo
coast
shrub
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30 Of the
- space
between,''
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bill in
birds
61 Array
52 Jewelry-
- weight
. 54 Beverage
56 Religious
ceremony
57 To-do
. 58 Marmo ,.
set
60 Cat
62 Title of
respect
63 One who
owes
65 Rutace
ous tree
67--A colonel's
; command
69 Brilliant Brilliant-colored
colored Brilliant-colored fish
, 71 Flowing
and
ebbing
'73 Ambassa Ambassadress
dress Ambassadress to
Italy
74 Fete
78 Son of
Jesse
80 Falcon
84 Science
85 Shot in
billiards
- 87 Oblique
89 European
mint
90 Ostrich's
cry
92 Staircase
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94 Pry
95 Pack
96 Ceiling in
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98 Fusible
sub-
stance
100 Disbur.
den
10! Supply
with
fuel
102 More
" intense
104 Of a
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brane membrane of Uie
eye
106 To store
107 Afresh
109 Delight
110 Insect
part
111 Of an
arrow
115 Cloth
116 Argumen Argumentative
tative Argumentative 120 Dyeing -apparatus
121 Pea
tree
123 Slave
125 Gusset
126 Lost
127 Pardon
128 Cancel
129 Emerald
Isle
130 Gelatin,
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stance substance
131 Arrange
folds
132 Irrigate
133 Repose

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3 A soft
mineral
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5 Bully
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6 Positive -pole
T Situation
8- r- Fastest
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bird
9 Recourse
10 Brittle
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11 Harem
room
12 Master
13 Tapes Tapestry
try Tapestry 14 Rotating
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15 Water
thrush
16 East
Indian
tree
17 Voided
18 Valuable'
28 Cover
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inside
30 Dregs
32 Baker's
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34 Restau-
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apples
37 Unit
of
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of
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wealth
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the

morning
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55 Normal
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59 Pertain Pertain-Ing
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poles '
61-j-Coin -of
Thailand
64 Toddler
66 Nautical
68 Chess
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70 Seraglio
72 Precise v
74 Elec Electrical
trical Electrical unit
75 Toothed
76 Condi Condi-;
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93 Tropi-
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97 Period,
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fasting
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101 Vendi Vendition
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103 Son
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or
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106 Support
108 Stake
110 Animal
deer
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111 Romantit
tale
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114 Wise
Tibetan
monk
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are the children. Without.

responsibility of making Uie plans,' boa who cut out the bookends; the inere w.ouW have been summer
)' ia thA tiinla nA luiirlna i. ... .!.. .tk.i. .nn.hi-J recreation DrodrSm. Their jnntri.

director. It has been the opportu-j them and did numerous other odd DUtl0B makes the picture com com-nity
nity com-nity of the new council to carry ijoli;; the bus guards who taught pIcte-
each tenet ol 'its conception to its' playground skillsu)ften taken fori
fullest with the cooperation of the, granted:' and the other soldiers'. A famo"s hostess was ask ask-liMnr
liMnr ask-liMnr Mn vj n irirrin -j u- U s--r k.. ner -secret for eivina.wnrlri-rA-

" ... u wild viuivastuimi nun-nun i
a list of volunteers whose names lo te.chini? tho more comolex,nowner?2artles her answer was di-

would fill 'columns.

At Fort Clayton afl phases of
the program were coordinated by
a Summer Recreation committee

composed of officers and enlisted
men and their dependents. These
pople, with Mrs. C. B, McMath
as director,-together with a large
number of post distaff personnel,
carried out all facets of the pro program
gram program which aimed at developing
liie talents of its young partlci-

irect, "The secret is the guests

(without them there would be no

games; or to recording tne -pro

There is Uie Army witn lis sian
supervisors who made it possible n . iu ..
to use tho busses, the schools, the' h0M t the children will
theatres, and the pools; the Navy "trui A '1 I d y?r ,fter
who provided a golf course and a s"'"mc' 'ecreat,oa P
locke? for storing paints at an Ar-;".1" 1 "f. Sw and be
my-inspected schl; and the peo- Jft S, rli 7 C,tleS
nl who eav ud their orivileces Canal Zon where a
W th. Lu K,wMn 1 Panned program of recreation
fcrVn .STSSf :hi-?hlc"n rfp,ace spontaneous "Wreck "Wreck-leys,
leys, "Wreck-leys, ana golf courses. Then there Creition."

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O PRESIDENT EISENHOWER HAS opened his cam campaign
paign campaign for reelection with an acceptance speech pro proclaiming
claiming proclaiming high principle. Mr. Eisenhower and Vice
President Nixon both accepted second -term nomi-

.-.-nunc uciwe cucermg delegates at uie closing ses
ruin nf 4Vva DA..klUAn : .

w. uiuuuuu cuiicunoii in can xraiiciscu
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.vi.irv 5 imuuiiauiii.l( tlliu lie 11AU wui
d on his speech under such strain that he still was

yviisiiuiB pniuics up io me last minute.
Mr. Eisenhower called the Republican party the
parly of "long-range principle, not short-term ex expediency."
pediency." expediency." The Republican party, said Mr. Eisenhower, was
J the party of the future in the days of Abraham
Lincoln... and he said it again is the party of
I the future today. -
. The President picked the farm Issue to show why he
considers the Republican party the party of principle
nd of th future... while he considers the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic party the party of expediency.
The Democrats, he said, always want to do some something
thing something for the farmers in a hurry. And, he added, "Peo "People
ple "People who talk like that do not care about principle and
do mot know farmers."
tl?'?ent !??d the arm a man of principle
and that it is for him the Republicans have designed a
SnmK.Pnvgra? Z1 Pr,inclPle- He said the Republican
oU bank and flexible rrlce support plans, make up
the program of principle. p
Mr. Eisenhower said that i v. u

2KhiJ!iti?".tha. ePUcana again show them-

OAN UPROAR OVER the new U.S. -Panama treaty, a jot ttn jcv rrowh rih. man with
which wa, et off last weekend by U.S. assistant fi&&:.
l&v?Zi.MM tt o "Bhttag here In 1964, decked ex-champion

view to toe eilecV that toTnew Wtv o9 not m-o- ual W ? fourteenth and took

T. ? rta'u I'Tri1 ln ban ranc sco yw io Ule Iect that w new treaty does not pro-. :'" d-Ii:."' ,7 Npi nrTpar,; V
isucon had to leave the bedside of his t?rave y ill vide for a eeneral overall wick inrreais for lorai-rat spiii cecision at New Orleans.
father to accept the nomination. and he had work- workers, who staSd to ki toefr eon?mlLarl Slpsel dy was the second decision

workers, who stand to lose their commissary privileges fn, RmiVh

aBotheof toe canzone local-rate union, and the et hUnontiSneku
Panama government reacted to Roderick's statement, ivx tlav 2 wsS no tluke Houston,
with the government Issuing a communique to the el- Brown 30-vear-old anrt wolirhinir im nn.,nd. o.
feet that toe treaty does contemplate better wages wC to give toT laA-MundBu I IrtZ ?L?l
for Panamanian employes and toe establishment of JL-SfiJ -giu5. ".?:P?"n5L?u? .a retu.rn. sh?f- at

a single basic waee scale for all workers on to Canal I?." w"' ".i" i5" "an? ,s Tea1 Dy. .lne".

Zone. Panamanian and American. rr..-.-. contract was specmcaiiy

Obviously influenced by labor charges that the
negotiators had betrayed the interests of Pana-
manian workers, the Panama negotiating team
Dr. Octavio Fabrega, Carlos Sucre and Koberto
Heurtematte also issued a-statement on the
treaty. In It the negotiators sought the prove that
the U.S. had agreed to eliminate all discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination in the matter of salaries and job opportani-

im in iai vanai ionc.

written into the airrpomvnt

The new champion had X-rays at Touro Inflr Inflr-mary
mary Inflr-mary yesterday to see whether the hand was frae- V.
tured. He said he hurt his right mitt in the sec sec-'
' sec-' ond round. "- :
At the hospital, Dr. U T. Taylef said X-rays dts-
closed a fracture of a small bone near the wrist ln
the right hand and that it apparently would keep the
champion out of action for about six weeks.

c iao suuerea a inree-sutch gash over his left

Word from W8.xhlnirt.nn InH

0.v.. vhvv avvvMbatva UIUW.

tlews are shared by the State Department. : Smith, who received 40 per cent of the net gate re re-Las
Las re-Las Minas wUl be 'thTStS o77 new deep water dock WuiS' .7 proximately
the first for Panama and will located within six Brown, as c'halieneer eot onlv 20 ner ipnt nf i'y,-
mHes of the Atlantic entrance to the Panama Canal gate, and no IT money approjtoatclv 46870
The dock, to be built bv the PanamA Refinin. mm- rAna tui. T ?Jrrn?? r?87.0-.

... ww.Vb ..., viuic j ins eecuiia oeiense. sm th wna

mill Kn v 1.11, i . ..... ... '

lcctivi hr.feilTku ni mtenerence at the col- docking facilities and will free her from djenendenre two knockdowns- huf k- iJt.i-!? -Al-.J...unJ,.aiter

IT : V v,r. J "a uwu cargu joauing ana Bavea Dy me oeu at the end of the 14th round urtpr
docking facilities and will free her from dependence two knockdowns; but he Insisted i yesterdav it
upon the facilities of the PanamA ranoi.. lust shnnfc- ki ".f Jrwy..; was

K.IU1 able to accommodate tankers of 90,000 Friday, night's defeat was his fourth straight in
indV0118, ant W.U1 f,nclude a submarine load- .1956. He had been outpointed byLarry Boartma?
lng and discharging berth (n 65 feet of water. ; knocked out by Tony DcMarco and oDolXd hi'
It will Drobablv b finished v-.or. Rrnm. i m.zc'"' na outpointea by

spokesman has iald. w"rr:;tt -..:.JJLlTll-

v H&VJr h&mjuijc ucuause viiev beiipv li

t. ,n hLf.ield of elvu'rinta. e pointed to what
he called the "elimination of various kind, of
CoSU,n f the "rmed rvioes, toe District of
' cottraclor ? tovernmeni

A Naw tnsfc fAM..i. a. to a letter to toe Manchester nuardinn an..

Thfi WriTknaa 4. j l"Js- passage, the legal status of thA Pnnom4 roai u. thA rnnvo. n,n. i n,. ,i. "u;,"u", nuu nim on

The plane kt. ere. This one, at the munlcinal ui. WkLfilf-. the 14th 01 8,x just a toe bell rang in

rto Rico and Rnatn :

It was lir.nr fi.hl In 'o hi. ..

". ;,- 7r. J wmh-m ouum uvanceu
constantly with a-flat-footed shuffle, but was
ZIa f,e.,.of.t by Brown's hit and rnn, and circle,
and-sidestep tactics.
a0?' f8fed at ilBht time 2-1, landed the great-

hoin-- i i. V """pc J1 Jau Hna aiso lanaec the
SmteS "d, is'. ey shook up

Planes. Radio MdIm haVkHmm J1? unWentified brought together city officials from
' 'ighters damaged what Tt JSa Chines? Plus Canada, Puerto Rico and Spain,
Plane at abou f tn. ."fAS ?,a"oalist Chinese Jwty visitors from the United St

craft was attacked Piaccme American

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Fortv Visitor from lh- VTnli.j ci.i Th Unil..l n .. .. . ..

aid th. hii iMmli . . came, saw, ; "-""Val Association denifs it is dis-

tH yy ; SSpTal Mayors". Archie MooVe", !'g ; ; vy weight champion

traffl. nJ r- -- r --- -- ? ni.cirai is no get mines snrrif'
E71?lnn,r,. .... iW division. Rad.ienia said v

a jjiraiuiiiK oilicer Was ... ""a raoor.e to meet U1a winnnr fo c.

mavor nf Ran TQn ZB bout In Pittshnrirh hotmnc- mm i, l

d for Lima to wah l..!.vr"y.?r reru head- Puerto Rico, where women until rPAnti tnb- iuh-T and fourth ranked V" r ,ll,-u 1300 BHM 1

without na r i:..r-Y r..v "e acuon me nromotpr. mioi, f,..,

tub fV5Jr .nell fumm- ThaVs too long Wi 'ou- a
VLln b0Xing? mot lmPortant divLon
' And ttier itiao k .At

't interest the featherweights' in toe Take m". h-e

eteon over Flash Elorde Friday night at San San
5tEffu??P tand n'r 'iv.-foot?two"
IteVAriL1" ter-m. ?'J e,I Sandy S,d.

work, .they

COnffrfVC AndAd lfo.rn. t 1. 1

, n - ,, . ijui uautitr nannpn npr

wnama City TheUS 1ZZa t v ? wu:w,ewea gavel over to Panama City Mayor Pan- rd"er fir thetitl.. 1 &a.ndy Sa;l-

ndltoT

With Panami making Salk shots available on
!pnr;J,:?f0"-,"B. and th Canal Zone .-

ents of emnlov;. pena

ia 4i. ,r ." e arntea serv-

; '. J -"" ce or iwo was beinr re-
-FJU'i Panama, in the Canal Zone, or both.
Oov. Potter urged all persons eligible for Salk vae-
UrT.111-,n.u,ations cr "We. their

A slX-fOOt. Pllht.nl. ,luv

Srthj MilSerravT bSted the

ork OlSta Sn.de ".S"?? .Wtast the K-w

gencie, off,n7thm to the Ks

cat, of employes and member, if to, a: shaken r W1. an? seemed to

several wk ni. sidelined him

his

several week nn Z i. uole inat sidelin(
cum ball y fi16 hlng bothers Conley

wanflfflftiSinii Lowlmp Ae CUrv I
and you cant do thai wPi1" l?f J P there

ThA hl rtht i j- "V" "n UUBP."

t bauVnTrfJAT "And a I have U

uai lana ui aiia rinirii atia a n a nifr vrr K t- sHu.j -

to give shots to chi drVn ,Vi : la haiiVn'r..' J1"0?? "And all I ha vp h

ages and other Institution, throughout the Re! nl I'U work on another pftch" d0C?n'' ccm
P10110' i v v The MilwaukPA mo.. ir i

to use dock, ,n the SOSS
London. And om tL eJt?Cif n mtssion ln
Importance and hav? I ta JVP m.ay be of historical
lect. Spain has playld no nr"t taC1W?g dlPlomatlc ef ef-Sor
Sor ef-Sor the last 30 yea?s but Vnln,t6rnational affal"
eign minister explameA toA heonf the tor
rent Sue. conferenw oprntats at the cur-

InrtWSS tt?J? lize fts cT Go Potter got fine supprTTnd enthusiasm for tnp Plants VeSavn0?11,. n .'"g to ihe

party. The party te renortpd K.f,, ,.e -labor Iirsi ne monthly town meetings scheduled on the Wed ln the seventh and mov Ttn tA& ilad ',a ',a-Washlnrtnn
Washlnrtnn ',a-Washlnrtnn T plan the discussions will be ocen. with t h. n.fw.p at the nlate. e Dau and Mantilla was cut down

encv sV thotN', .?:"sinS M home finance Chace to take part. ' Hanev exnlalnPd HWa- : .1 :L .

to receive more aid from tr uni71 1 fl you haven't g
rencv sav th- -..e ,unltd States. The a- Dissatisfaction over lone wait at nut-natipnf ut. Is my best hunt,

" . - is w w IIS II11H11 1 rfiMnti.. ii am j a kv4vii il. r - AA

ftress theyinade In ellminatin ci.7 . e pr0- "'ajur topic oiscussed. Commissary customers ur,ea inat hrlngs up Hank Aaron i"na 18 re"
1956. eang slum areas ln 1955 and ere asked to make suggestions for adjustment to thP 6oing to pitch to him aron .- and they're not

- a smaller stocks of goods to be arried in commys after T"e manager of the front ra'nn...."" 4
JHf ? Teresa Artea. Doctors say both the mother Persons sleeping lightly lasUMondav niehf (rot im, .' : r.-
"thrSXhttdSn 8, AriZa ,S hC motoerdoztog than uLaf wLn 'a tno ofatoSoiSf fh' 6UubWi Canal atdl of 1947, asse,,
w inree other children. ,. . ; -ed their beds. The first shock was intensity 4, the H?5 .POWlities of converting the Panama clnfli to

ra. r, i r . . omers intensity 3. Nobodv comnlainpd of anvthinv e-ev, ana wsiKhine othm-.Ranni .ifA. .1." I

'."'J? .orK.nasarrested a man who has having been broken, excent rest 7 ed speclal tests t thp-Nflv- r "rrJ. T

uiiicsseu ui Kinnaninir rrA wa nhcMr.. 4

r0tranrybu!lness ln..thia garni 1 07

wuiiiiiiv nnasn't 4x...4 .

Confessed to kidnnninir h xc)r,Ko f .. i

The suspect, was identified as 31-year-old Anirelo
fpftnppta.MaoriCa- LaKJarca allegedly told authorities he
NpIv ne ,ing lsland roa(Wde in suburban
-T3? day 5fd kidnaecl J"1 4th he

iT.laJiCft.'!!?, arreswd In Plainview. New York. The

ec special tests at the NaVal at CSTX
Beveral vpam aoo Canf r n i- . 44 j..

book ""'.' cwiote tne mots nana-.

Police and that all evidence in the

" Canal traffic was off" a little In jTuIy from the

J iiB ictct vi iransai. Ut b(jS 0Cean-gO- ; : . O
f ,lnm1er,,1,al ships and It VS. government tes- ;1,Three customers moved northbound throii-h
eels kept lockmen and pilots busy.enough, v. he waterway this-wsek. One, the Arraiz, had lost her
;" o .- ow; another, the perene, was minus an enrini ond
J-Jn4l.veteran p,,ot was amon the Isthmians who almost everything except a hull: a third, "the little
Pied this week. Cant. William Wall wna pii irnnivn Fort Ross, was fn front Nr .AfinTAcinH U..1, s j ...

FBI said it will turn rLaMarpa m iuV?' llT 4 Jeieran P"ot was amonR the Isthmians who aimost everything except a hull: a third, "the lit
iT i VaMarca over to Nassau Countv d ed this week. Cant. William wail o. .n L-nnn,n Fort Ross l.,,nii...; .v. ,e lutle

case will be given for his technical knowledge of Canal shipping and dynamite to caule a lot of dTmag'
was often called as a consultant on such matter, to blow un the canal. 6 cnuuen

was often called as

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k USING A SANDINC WHEEL at the Fort Clayton Craft Shop is Themes Villiims," cgc4 10.
Thomas is taking part in the: Arts end Crafts cctivitios of the Fort Clayton Summer Rccrca-
! ; tion Program. :
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