The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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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31st YEAR -. PANAMA, B. P, SUNDAY,' SEPTEaiBER 16, '1956 -, ; '.. ;.-v

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NEW FAN FOR TERRY Terry Moore, Hollywood movie star, acquires new admirer lit ten-month-old
Victor Manuel Pino. Miss. Moore presented a CARE Food Crusade package to Vic Victor
tor Victor and his mother, Mrs. Leoncla Valencia of San Miguelito. The gift was donated by The
Terry Moore Club of Glendale, CaL The dis tribution was held at the Unidad Sanitaria In
Rio Aba jo. Mrs. Valencia's family was one Tf five San Miguelito families to receive a, food
.crusade package from Miss Moore's fan club. San Miguelito Is a cooperative housing proj project
ect project located on the Tocumen Road just off : the Trans-Isthmian Highway. Miss Moore 1
in crivate life. Mrs. Eugene C. McGrath, wif e of a well-known; Panama businessman

7:e To Start Drive
'orNev TermOn TV

r: t'TTYSBURG, Pa., Sept. 15
i President Elsenhower will
' launch his reelection
i next Wednesday with
.j .vl television address
, , ia i'-p peace" pvosrame
v i y t e
, f t e v. l .d V 2 rf-1-r
? tm admiru .vratiua has
bon making... not only to keep
the peace but win the peace.
Press secretary James C. Ha Ha-gerty
gerty Ha-gerty said the President will ad address
dress address the nation by radio and
television from the CBS studios
In Washington from 9:30 p.m.
until 10
Hagerty said although the
main theme of the address will
be peace, the President also will
discuss domestic Issues expected
to loom In the;electlon cam campaign.
paign. campaign. !-
In response to questions, Ha Hagerty
gerty Hagerty said there has been no a-
D::J Crcv; l:z:i
Fcr Air Di$:s!:r
The Civil Aeronautics uoaru
today blamed "uncordinateid
emergency action by the crew
for a Trans World Airlines plane
crash over the Pittsburgh Airport
April 1 in which 22 persons were
. killed,,. :k
The agency said its' Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation showed that the plane'a two
pilots "reacted to the emergency"
is they understood it But it said
neither knew exactly "what was
happening, nor precisely what the
other was doing" and their un uncoordinated
coordinated uncoordinated actions made the
aircraft "unflvable." ; O
The plane, which chashed and
burned 40 seconds after taKeott,
killed Hostess Mary Janes Fan Fanning,
ning, Fanning, and 21 of the 33 passengers.
Both pilots of the plane, a Martin
404, surived. r
The report said 5 First: Officer
Harlan V. Jcsperson started to
carry out the chek-list of emer
gency actions after he saw a fire fire-warning
warning fire-warning lights, but Capt. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond F. McQuade, "interrupted
his action." It said there was "no
explanation of why McQuade did
not tee the fire warning light.
. TOKYO, Saturday, Sept. 15
(UP) A bouquet of chrysanthe-
; mums contribured by Japanese
weathermen will be dropped to today
day today into the Japan Sea in the
area where a tvphoon hunting
U. S. B50 vanished Monday night.
A five-dav HPtvh hv Khine unA
Planes has imonvprpd nn lno In
the fate of the weather plane or
s its crewmen, but an Air Force
spokesman said the dropping of
me uoraf triouio- dors not mean
the search has ended.,
"The search will continue as
long as there is the slightest hope
"he said. .


greement between the President
and Adlai E. Stevenson, bis De Democratic
mocratic Democratic rival, to stay' away
from the, Suez crisis inl their
campaign speeches. The ques-
tion came up when a reporter
n n that f 'fvrnson so far has
i ; t i in
' r"i ww hilc toi k b
'-a at the request of Sen. Estcs
.nauver. Democratic vice pros-!
laenlial candidate for the samei
secret foreign policy briefings.
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request at a news conference in
Florida yesterday.
"The request," Hagerty said,
came through the newspapers
and it seems an odd way to
make such a request for con
tidential information."
On the question of Kefauv Kefauv-er's
er's Kefauv-er's complaint 'that his counter-
Dart. Viee nreslriont. TJiho-
r r miwiuu VIA
Nixon, has access to the reports,,
iidgeny saia wixon is actually
vice president, a member of the
national security council, and a
member of the President's cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet. .."K, ..
"The CIA (Central Intelligence
agency) reports are for Mr. Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson and Mr. Stevenson only."
Would the White House con consider
sider consider a formal request from Ke Ke-fauver?
fauver? Ke-fauver? Hagerty shrugged his
shoulders In reply and repeated
that no such request had been
received. v --
Mr. Eisenhower- has b e'en'
working on the text of his Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday jmpprh tshila nrootranJ
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lng at his farm here. The Pres-
lueiu pians to ny back to the
nations' capital early Monday
morning. ... -.
baturaay was lleak, some-
times drizzly and heavily over-
casr, buf it did not keep Mr.-
Eisenhower from the golf
course. He went to the Gettys
ourg Country Club at about 9
a m. with his grandson. Da
vid, S. '. .';; ;
Mr. Elspnhnnrer
terday with Australian Prime"
Minister Robert o Mpni
the Sue problem.

,' (NEA Telephoto)
HINS NOMINATION Former Georgia governor Herman Tal Tal-madge
madge Tal-madge and his wife, Betty, smile In Atlanta after learning of
his-overwhelming victory for the Democratic nomination to
the VS. Senate. Talmadge faced only token opposition from
former Acting Gov. M. E. Thompson.


C:v;b$$ Frci-hlir
On Way lo Sp:in
. The finwies Snuntsh frplffht-
er Arraiz, which came unassist unassisted
ed unassisted from Callao, Peru last month,
smarted on her way back, to
Spain at 4:20 p.m. yesterday.
This time she did not travel
under her own power, but was
towed by the tug. which as
sent from Spain for that pur purpose,
pose, purpose, t:
The propeller, vhlch had! teen
r-Hiovr't in cn.-tbal, was not
t back beiVire she left, but the
i :der had been restored to Its
p., tee. .
While in Cristobal, the pro pro-peller
peller pro-peller was removed and the
holes this oneration left In her
hull were plugged to make her
seaworthy for her long trip to
Spain. ;
Payne and Wardlaw are agents
for the Arraiz, ;
0::cn Is Defended
frcni Church Crilics
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LONDON, Sept. is (UP) ; The
Church of England today de defended
fended defended Queen Elizabeth from
criticism directed against her
ior not sending a representative
'to the funeral of a Roman Cath Catholic
olic Catholic prelate, t said she. would
have been false In her trust If
she had done so. x
Both the Church of England
Newspaper vand the Church
Times, another Amrlican mihii.
cation, rejected Roman Catholic
criticism or the Queen for fall falling
ing falling to send an, official to the
funeral i of Bernard rarriinnl
Griffin earlier this month.
, -ine vast majority of the
British people have not the
slightest desire to pay any re respect
spect respect whatsoever to the Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic church and the
Queen would be false in her
trust if she did so," Church of
England paper said.
The Church Times said the
Queen is represented at- funer funerals
als funerals only when the deceased have
been "personal friends or ap appointed
pointed appointed by her to high office."

Pit Label
Put On Korea

TOKYO. Rent 1S frTTMSn
Allen J. Kllenrier inTo
scribed the Republic of Korea
roaay as a Bottomless pit" lor
U.S. economic aid and said the
program there was being run by
a bunch of American "plug-
neaas ...
The outspoken Louisianlan. a
member of the Senate Appro-
nnation.1 Cnmmtt.t nnnnnneort
he would fly to Seoul today to
check, his present opinion that
we ougnc w cut on economic
aid almost entirely."
Ellender, now surveying US.
aid rjroeram.t in Axia. -won Inin.
ed In Tokyo. by Sen. Henry C.
jjworsnaK (K-iaano) lor the fi final
nal final 20 days of the inspection
luur. iepv will visir. Knroa K'nr.
mOSa and finnthenst Asian na.
tions reseiving American aid.
"The South Koreans have
more to eat. hef.ter rlnth in
'wear, than they ever had," El-
lenaer saia in. an interview.
"There'll always be poverty
there. We, can't change that.
"We've Pflt a hunch lt nlner.
heads there (In the U.S. econo
mic aia program) and the
same tmnc deems tn ho triia in
Formosa who are trying to ba
lance ins agriculture and indus industry."
try." industry." ..
"But what is ttim.'fji wnrV
with?" he asked. "Where are the
minerals, the raw materials, the
cotton tor these new Industries
and factories want, tn hnilH
for them? How are they going
to pay ior importing all these
"I linrferstnnfl vt'vt rnf 1 ti
Koreans talcing imported Amer American
ican American wheat and exporting their
own Tire. Where arm t.hcv nnintr
w v ft W W HI IV
to get the wheat when the aid
program stops?"
Schools Urged
To F.Inke Usa
r V
The Agriculture Department
today urged schools and other
child-care Institutions to take
full advantage of the govern government
ment government program providing milk
for school-ace children.
The department said it has 75
miuion aonars to snDSiaize sales
of milk to the children.
, Under1 the subsidy program,
the department for the past two
years has paid schools 3 to 4
cents for each half pint of milk
sold above the schools' normal
lunch-room needs.
Two West German
Soldiers Flee
To East Germany
HAMBURG, Germany, Sept. 15
(UP) Two members of the
new West German "Bundeswehr"
Army apparently fled into com communist
munist communist kast Germany yesterday
because they feared to be pun punished
ished punished for wrecking an army ve vehicle,
hicle, vehicle, The press officer of the 12th
Battery of the First Field Artil Artillery
lery Artillery Regiment and the two men,
one corporal and one Pfc whose
names were not revealed, left
the damaged car near Buechen
at the western side of the zonal
froriuier, v
The men's footprints were
found leading across the border
Into East Germany. Buechen Is
a small border town 25 miles
east of Hamburg.
Ship Flounders
In Dense Fog
LONDON Kent IS mv 1
small British ammunition" ship
armea neipiessly today In a
dense English Channel fog.
All shipping was warned to be
nn the lnnknnt fnr th 1 nnn.fnn
freighter which was en route to
wea uermany witn its explosive
cargo When its enirlne went
Trusting Woman
. Forfeits Prize
woman who called up a Pittsburgh
television staMnn tn ..i;),, it .k.
-" W II U 1. 1 1 J 11 one
had located a dolfar bill with a
"lucKy- serial number was dis dismayed
mayed dismayed to learn she had to bring
it to the station
her prize.
"Why I copied down the serial
number and then spent the dol dollar."
lar." dollar." the tnM tha inio.
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Soviet U

In Anglo-French Threai;

New RP Assembly Hall Set
For Occupancy Sept. 20

The new i National Assembly
building, situated In DeLesseps
Park, will be ready for occupan occupancy
cy occupancy Sept. 20, it was announced
The structure, erected at a
cost of $200,000. Is now being
furnished and equipped to be
ready for Oct 1 when the ad
ministration, headed by Presi
dent-elect Ernesto de la Guarala
Jr. takes over.
Swearing in ceremonies will
be held at the new building.
yesterday, the committee In
charge of arrangements for the
Presidential Inauguration, an announced
nounced announced the program after
meeting with President Rlcardo
Arias, the President-elect and
other officials. --
On Saturday morning, Sept. J9
foreign diplomatic representa representatives
tives representatives here for the ceremonies
will present their credentials to
Foreign Minister Alberto Boyd.
The same night the foreign
minister will offer a typical fies
ta at the Golf Cub in honor of
the visiting diplomat,'
On Sunday morning, Sept. SO,
the diplomats will present their
credentials to President Rlcardo
Arias and in the afternoon a
classic in their honor will be run
at the President Remon race
track. ,. --v : --ft
The new President will be
sworn In Monday, morning, Oct
l. At 6 p.m. Mr. de la Guaraia
will receive the diplomats at the
Presidential Palace.
(NEA Telephoto)
BOOKED Hugo Seinfeld, 34, an
Israeli chemist, is shown as be
was booked in New York as a
material witness in the poison
death of teacher Avis Gray, 25,
in a hotel room. Seinfeld told
police that he and Miss Gray
were on a -farewell date, and
that Avis must have committed
suicide while he was taking a
walk." "'.''' .. ..... 't

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HawaU of 1956," poses in a tropical letting In Honolulu. Her
selection earlier this year drew storms of protest In the Island
because she is ahaol (Caucasian) and also a "inaitnini
(newcomer). 1


On Tuesday, Oct 2, President
and Mrs. de la Guardla Jr. will
hold a reception at the Union
Club in honor of the diplomats.
Acliviliss Resumed
AlForl Amadoiu
Swimming and I1kV;; have
been restored at Foit Amador,
an announcement from post
headquarters said yesterday.
The C Z. Health Bureau ex examined
amined examined the dead pelicans found
in ine oeacn vicinity or the Am Amador
ador Amador cau way Thursday and
found. J the birds had Intes Intestinal.
tinal. Intestinal. V" which are not
consi- X Tful to humans.
ExamJ. -JjjOw water a-i
round v tiz. .m e Surgeon's
Officer, 4 3. did not
reveal any ;.,' lements ei either.
ther. either. .-The death i tfi pelicans Is
not believed to be due to any anything
thing anything in the vicinity of Fort Am Am-ador
ador Am-ador ;..'....-. v.- --' .'
Neither the Health Bureau
nor the surgeon's Office could
see any reasons to keep the
beach and fishing- facilities
closed. Ama dor post command commander,
er, commander, col., R., W. Garrett, reopen
ed the beach and causeway on
the basis ot tneir findings.
To Meet Wedabsday
The Nature Studv Groun of the
Canal Zone College Club -will hold
its first meeting Of the year,
Wednesday, Sept Id at 3:30 at the
home of Mrs. William D. Hornish
Quarters 84, Fort Clayton. This
will be an organizational meeting
to plan the program for the year.
' The group will divide its activi activities'
ties' activities' between plants and birds.
A survey identifying trees, shrubs
and ornamental- plants 01 ine
AnCun-Balboa area will be, made
with a yew to mapping out' trails
through -the area with marked
examples of tropical flora. A
second project will be the eollec
tion of identifying data on birds
of the Canal Zone by. studying and
photographing the resident lo
cations and nesting habits of bud
life. ;.: -v-Y.fv.t-!;
Mrs. W. M. Alderton is chair
man of the group and Mrs. H. W.
Schulc, Jr. is co-chairman. Mr.
Walter Lindsay. Agronomist ; for
the Canal Zone will act as plant
consultant and : Dr, Carl Kofonl
or uarro AOioraao as oira consul consultant
tant consultant -,-:; .','"-""
This will be a working group
and the chairman requests that
all members interested in plants
ana oiras assist oy joimng tiie
- born Jere Wricht 20. "Miiv

See s D a n d e


Of 'Users Called
For Wednesdnv

LONDON, Sept 15 (UP) Russia said today that
threats of force toward Egypt by Britain and France "ore
leading to a situation dangerous to peace.1
. .. Meanwhile Britain formatted the 18 DuHes Plan na nations
tions nations to a hurry-up meeting next Wednesday to put the
Anglo-French "Suez Association" into effect,
. But acceptances were slow in coming in. One bf'thi
18, Pakistan accepted instead the rival Egyptian call to
a Cairo conference.

India, similarly relertlnor the
Anglo-French plan, dispatched
roving peacemaker V. K. Krish Krishna
na Krishna Menon to Cairo and then
London in an attempt to pre prevent
vent prevent what Ppemier Jawaharlal
Nehru called an open threat of
Two rival plans were before
the .world's maritime nation
the western "User's Association"
and Egypt's proposal of a wide
"negotiating body" to rewrite
the Suez Canal guarantees with without
out without challenging Egypt's control
of the canal. ,,
Moscow Radio announced to today
day today that Russia accented the
Eyptian plan. Indian acceptance
was implicit on Nehru's bitti?r
oiasi, a-atnst the users' assom
tion. : .., ...
Informed sources in Karachi
said Pakistan,', one of the key
iiuuuus oenina in mn nn
pian, also would go to Cairo and
reject the London call, ; ;
The Soviet wwernmenf In
statement broadcast by Moscow
Radio, said that the Anglo-
ficiivu muiiary ouiiaup in the
eastern Mediterranean threatens
to bring about a fullscale war.
"This is undoubtedly "leading
to an even greater aggravation
of the situation with regard to
the. Suei Canal and creates a
Red Jesi To Move.
Bui L'ol Red 5!3
VENNA, Sept. 15 (UP) A
Soviet tank set up in Schwarz Schwarz-enberg
enberg Schwarz-enberg Square by the Russians
as a token of their prowess will
be removed soon, but the Soviet
War Memorial that stands be behind
hind behind it will remain, it was an
nounced today.
Austrian newspapers hailed
the removal of the tank one
of the most unpopular land landmarks
marks landmarks in postwar Vienna as
'the first glorious victory of Aus Austria's
tria's Austria's fledgling new Army."
Russia consented to the re-
tank in ah agreement on the fu
ture monuments in newiy-inde-
pendent Austria, but Insisted
that the memorial a monument
topped by the statute of a Red
moval of the Korea-type T34
soldier must stay.

Little Learning Not Bad
2 Airborne Tots Discover

MASTIC, N.Y., Sept 15 (UP)
A 13-year-old boy took a one one-hour
hour one-hour joy ride In a small plane
he stole after reading a book on
how. to be a pilot, It was disclos disclosed
ed disclosed today. ; ;.. .-v.'.; ''-;.
The boy, Eddie Gates, and
"co-pilot" Roy Brosseau, 7,. ad admitted
mitted admitted they sneaked onto the
Mastic air strip last night and
took off In a two-seater mono monoplane
plane monoplane they found ready to go
with the key In the ignition.
They took off without being
spotted and circled over Long
Island for an hour. Spotting
tbelr homes from the air, Ihe
young pilot buzzed the house.
Startled police rushed to the
field to find out who wag flying
so close to the ground. As they
waited, the small plane made
two unsuccessful attempts to
land at the field and then
touched down in a nearly per

fect landing on the third try.


situation dangerous
the statement said.
to peace,"
Forelsm Secret s nr. e 1
rtivylerr for an hour io.'
day with Foreign Minister Chris. ;
dor C. Douglas Dillon in Paris
on arrangements for next week's
Suez conference in London.
Lloyd said no
wni!."11011 at th meeting,
which was devoted to W:
lOrv tallri" anj .v. -i.. J
laiis. of the coming conferenr.
Dillon said It ls not yet cer cer-tain
tain cer-tain whether the meetln?n"V
week wUrbeWed totne"l
tions .who U&i
-"!' I COnf'TIlro W.r
others v iil I o in- :
'Jnl!!!V' ?nZ 0f-the details fhit
youngest Brazilian mother on
record is an 11-year-old girl
identified only by the Initials
"H. A. N." She is shown with
her newborn baby in Sao Paulo,
Brazil -,
Officers said later th plana
appeared at first to be empty.
"It seemed to be flying itself .'
In. We couldn't see anyone in it
at all," Detective Arthur Davis
said. ' ' ... . j ..
"Suddenly ; we saw two little
heads sticking out of the plastio
canopy. For a minute none of us
could speak.. We Just couldn't
believe It was possible." ;
Eddie said he had learne t! to
be a pilot by reading a Imh 'c
on how' to fly an alrpl.t.
Asked whether he wasn't a l 't
worried up there,, he repl'i J,
"We weren't afraid of nm;. nm;.-Jn,w
Jn,w nm;.-Jn,w r '.,..
Police charged Eddie and Eoy
with stealing an airplane and
sent them home In the custody
of their parents. Brookhavea
Air Service, owner of the plane,
said it had not decided whether

to prosecute,


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. YAHOOS, UNWASHED RABBLE, I was not nudginj
A noggin of nectar around in Rolando's Hideaway tha
other day, because I was doing it in Trujillo's Hideaway,
That would be the new multi-million EI Embajador ho hotel
tel hotel in Ciudad Trujillo, in which Rafael Leonidas Trujillo
the estimable executioner of the Caribbean Jias presum presumably
ably presumably hidden away a few more of the doubloons he has
consented, to accept from his devoted" countrymen. I
know nothing of the financial structure of El Embaja Embajador.
dor. Embajador. I know a little more of the financial structure of El
Eenefactor. I know, for instance, that he has such is his
overwhelming solicitude for his people that he has re.
lieved them of financial worries. Whenever there is any
finance in the country to worry about, he does the
As one resident observed of the scene in the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic told me: "Well, maybe it's simpler to
have just one family doing the stealing, instead of a
dozen or more families."
" For fear of an unfortunate misunderstanding, I hive.
nrf Viaan Vln m ti.h. i ii l a. f

uwu aojkLug iuuiiu raimxiia wncuner. or npi vmS
; ODinion mav be considered vftUd

Discussion of travel in this space has usually be con confined
fined confined heretofore to extolling the virtues of Red's Can Can-tutas
tutas Can-tutas Cab. This hasn't benefited so much as others by
the five cent reduction in gasoline prices, as Red still
has to Spend the nickel on chewing gum to plug up the
splits in the gas tank. It would have been fairer of Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop Beckman and the government to bring down the
price of chewing gum proportionately.
But back to travel. What with Khrush and Pulgy
gambolling about the globe like a' couple of pot-ready
peace doves, and that Russian eirl Athlete

the doctrine of community ownership by exproprlatine

iwiiMi itiiiuic uau jiiuiu ijonuon store, mere exists
temptation for the West to 'drop las guard.

nownere this temptation being more resolutely
resisted than in the countties of the Caribbean. And,
Sroud am I to say so, In the forefront of this resistance
i Panama. 4
. For instance, while a friend of mine arrived recently
at London airport iii a planeload of about 50 people and
was on his way into the citv witliin about 15 minutes.

he arrived "back at Panama with about 10 fellow pas-,
sengers. Fifteen minutes after his arrival, he reports, he
,was still sitting at Tocumen waiting for the1 immigration'
officials to muster a quorum.
He noted also Wt'wereas at London and Miami,
each immigration official handled several passengers in
rapid succession, at Tocumen several officials handled
each passenger, at a different tempo, r
, I hastened to quell his implied criticism! '
"Have you no security consciousness?" I chided him.
. 'DO VOll think an vital t nitlnn- ii' Sannm.., i

flag high in the vanguard of the forces of the free world,
can for a moment countenance any abatement of pre precautions."
cautions." precautions." .. 1
"The United States Is thfl atnmic st -1 rf r

l Vest. I- r rt c:?i:i c:3 i '! r r

tie .j," rc;.::J.
"To leave and. return, to. Panama rated aluut fe
documents, a hectare of rubber stamps in my passport,
, added. i v.
"Ah," I assured him, "Thus you see how valiantly
Panama is helping the United States, security-wise. At
Miami, the immigration officials Know by all your Pan-;
amanlan documents and rubber stamps that you have V
been thoroughly screened."
( This Europe-travelling friend of mine couldn't fell'
me anything about security consciousness in the Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. ,
While tbe United States has diopped into such shod-
dy ways. as letting me slip into the nation of the White,'
Sands proving ground and the B-52 factories with only,
that small, round stamp beside my two-year visa, Cuba
staunchly protects Morro Castle from me with-one-tria
visas obtainable only, upon prior application to the Cu--ban
foreign office. -v
While France lets me into the bastion of Western
Europe with no visa, and Just a postage-stamp size marie
in my passport, Costa Rica defends her portion of the
Western world's coffee and banana supplies with en entrance
trance entrance and exit stamps in my passport, plus a visa, -plus
a special clearance from the ministry of public
security if I have been in the place more than 43
hours. i'-y" v.;'; -,;v- .it
To get into Britain, home of the -A-bomber bases, ?;
or Canada, of Distant Early Warning line note, I have
Only to sho my passport to immigration officials. No
stamps, no forms. ; ; ,
. Nothing so slipshod in Panama, it is wonderful to
relate. Before being permitted to get into a position frorh r
which I could conceivably divulge to the enemy data on
the state of Old Panama, an entry permit, a visa, plus
a couple of other assorted rubber stamps must testify
to asy tnistworthihess..'': .. .
In the same canhy way, Haiti protects Cristophe'3 ;
Citadel, and the Dominican Republic protects' the ceiba

tree to which Colombus moored his ship.
When you consider the cost of the rubber stamps,
ink and manpower these doughty little countries are
devoting to the security of our free world, you cannoft
help but be impressed. ;
Because it is money which otherwise could be spent
7. ix'v''':v'"- - s.; :
PERCY'S PEERLESS P0RTEN1' this week therefore
spurns the miserable three passport entries my friend got
in visiting six European countries in two months. In Instead,
stead, Instead, it points with pride to the 14 rubber-stamped en-'
tries and miscellaneous official forms my passport ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated as. I recently touched, mainly just in trans 1,"'
six Caribbean countries in eight days.
H6S ...
is surely a number with which Panama arid the' v
other security-minded countries of the Caribbean can
reproach dangerously-lax free Europe and North A A-merica.
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Vcst Germany, USjJudgs Advocate

'Agriculture Chiefs
To Meet In US

Dr. Helnrlch Luebke. West

German minister of agriculture,
will confer here next week with

Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.
Benson and other Agriculture
Department officials.

Luebke, with several of his

ministry officials and a rroiio of

German agricultural scientists,

will discuss with the VS. offi officials
cials officials a proposed program under
which the, two nations would
share agricultural research in-


-n. PirFI OR MTKAnft": Uttl Aircraft Carnoratlonl mw fonr-olara Model 47J tmnmerctal fctllroater, almllar

tha ana ihown above. Is now touring Central and Suth America and will arrive In Panama Tuesday. Before the hi-H
..-. ..n. i. k. it.ii ai.nt at Forth Worth. Texas, it will have flows) 1T.M miles and visited more thin 14 conn'

trim. Rerenllv eertifu-ated for commercial service, the streamlined helicopter can perform variety at iasioas and is

capable of carrying more Una lift pounai w payma.

"EI Picaflor Pla-jment also will be shown. Next,
Aii-craft Corpora-ia 50-eallon drum of fuel, pro-

teado." Bell

tlon's new four-place utility
hpliennt.r which is now In Cos

ta Rica on a 17,000-mile aerial
tour of Central and South
American, arrives this Tuesday
at Tocumen Airport.
Col. C. H; Deerwester, sales
representative lor Bell heli helicopters
copters helicopters In Panama, announced
that the colorful silver and

black helicopter will demonstrate

a few of its many uses Wednes

day at the Panama Golf Club.
Included In the show will be
an Internal electric hoist dem

onstration. where the pilot si
multaneously will fly the hell

copter and operate the hoist as
two men are lifted off the

ground and Into the. helicopter's


A two-catlent litter Installa

tion and a comfortable four.

place passenger cabin, arrange-

' '

vided by Esso Standard Oil.
S. A., will be placed Inside the

cabin the demonstrate the new

Bell helicopter's longrange ferry

ing capabilities.

It is expected that tne dem

onstration will be of particular

Interest to Panama government

officials due to the recent

drastic curtailment of the air

rescue activities in ine ianai

Zone. i

Piloted by Joseph Mashman,

assistant contracts director of
the company's helicopter divi division
sion division at Fort Worth, Texas, and
one of the leading; commercial
helicopter pilots in the world,
"El Picaflor Plateado"; left the
Bell plant in Texas on Sept. 4.
Flying all the way, the heli helicopter
copter helicopter is 1 scheduled to operate
over every Latin American
country before returning to the

To Attend Parley

At Charlottesville
Col. H. H. Hastings, the U.S.
Army Caribbean Judge Advo

cate, will represent the com

mand as tne Army-wide Judge
Advocate Conference to be held
Sept. 24-27 at C h a rlottesvllle,
Va: .. ;
'The. JAO school for the Army
is located at the University of
Virginia at Charlottesville.
The colonel "will leave the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone on Sept. 20 and return
nine days later. He will travel

United States. y ..

The exterior of the stream

lined Bell helicopter la painted

silver. Besides bearing Its ap appropriate
propriate appropriate nickname, an outline
of its route Is painted on the
craft's metal-covered tall boom

in Diacic. ,

Purpose of the tour Is to In Introduce
troduce Introduce the recently commer commer-qially
qially commer-qially certificated Bell hellrnntpr

wj me Americas, col Deerwester
said. ;; ; ;.
Central and South Am-rtea

have pioneered the use of the
helicopter. Several ot the first
Bell Model 47 helicopters, first

rotor-crait in the world to re

ceive a commercial helicopter
certificate, were delivered to
Latin America. In the past 10
years, Bell helicopters have
operated in every South and
Central American country, he




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The Rev. William C. Ellis,

minister of the Church of God
in-Panama, was recently elect elected
ed elected to the office of vice president
of the international Youth Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship of the Church of God.
Ellis was elected at the re recently
cently recently held 20Uh International
Youth Fellowship convention of
the Church of God at Spring

field, I1L, to serve for a term of
two years. The next convention
will convene in 1958 in Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pa.

Rev. and Mrs. Ellis took an
active part in the world Youth

convention of the Church of
God which was held in Frltzler,
Germany, in August, 1955. Pre

viously he had been president of
the Youth Fellowship of the
Church of God in West Virginia.
When in the States much of his
time Is given to speaking In
youth conventions, youth rallies
and youth camps. When he
leaves Panama In January to re return
turn return to the States. he will spend
several weeks speaking in spe special
cial special youth meetings and conven conventions
tions conventions in south America and the
West Indies before arriving in

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US Cordsge Want
G:it:ihcnt Of Jvine Imports

' WASHINGTON, Sept 11 (UP)
United States cordage manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers urged presidential ac ac-1
1 ac-1 -l t -' ay to limit the importa importa-tu
tu importa-tu n of baler and binder twine
Ir ri foreign sources such as
I s o, Cuba, Holland, England
is i" l roiuugal. ..
t f. Jr., rf te
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J i I. A t 1
1 s i.1 t conlineuul U.S.
and biov off shore.
Miles was the first wltnes. as
the office of defense mobiliza

tion (ODM) opened two-day
hearings on the question of
whether or not cordage Imports
have reached such proportions
us to threaten the national se

curity. (
The trade agreements txten-

sion act of 1955 authorizes the
president to restrict imports of

& given commodity if he finds
that unlimited Imports would

endanger the national security,

Spokesmen for Mexican, Cu

ban. Canadian and Dutch cord

age Interests are expected to
contest the Miles position when
their turn to testify comes to-

i morrow.

SI. Pc::r'$ C:r.:D
!:;!;! To !p::i:r

The second annual popularity
contest of the St Peter's church
Mutual Benefit Society will get
underway later this month, the
special effort committee of the
church has announced.
Twelve candidates who are
being chosen at present will
represent the nine provinces of
Panama and the local rate
towns of La Boca, Paraiso and
Santa Crux.
Three prizes, to be decided on
later, will be awarded. Last
year's winner received a trip to
Costa Rica.
The next committee 'meeting
will be held Sept. 25 at the
usual place, commencing at 8
p.m. :..;...


Lower ware scales. Miles said.

permit Mexico, Cuba, Holland, II ;
England and other countries to il i

market their baling twine here i,
at prices as much as $2 a bale I
less than those for the domesti-;

cally-made product. I

"It has' become no longer
economical or prof'.t3 Y," he I :
I 1. ""! '. i" ry- to I j
r- "'-lit. i I I'OWV"? I :
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"LcAt.pd tariff fences permit!

foreign manufacturers to capl- l

talize on their cut-rate labor i
costs and to sell their product in
this country in direct and dlsas- 'I

trous competition' with the

product made in American

II we do not eet Telle! from

this overpowering foreign com competition,
petition, competition, we will be forced to
move our plants from the Conti Continental
nental Continental u.S. If we are to stay in

business at all."

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Youth Fellowship
At Fort Clayton-
Elects Officers
' '''.'.' '! ; '.
Last Sunday evening (Sept. 9)
at the Fort Clayton Chapel an annex,
nex, annex, the Fort Claytori Protestant
Youth Fellowship held their
first meeting and elected offi officers
cers officers for their organization.
Ann Porter, daughter of Sfc
Henry W, Porter, was elected
president and Herman Wilkin Wilkinson,
son, Wilkinson, son of M-Sgt. H. S. Wilkin Wilkinson,
son, Wilkinson, was elected ,vice-president
Sgt Wilkinson's daughter, Em Emily,
ily, Emily, was elected to the office of
secretary-treasurer. ; v
The remaining offices were
filled as follows: chairman of
the program committee, Judson
Grubbs, son of M-Sgt D. L.
Grubbs; chairman of the recrea recreation
tion recreation committee, Irene Pool,
daughter of M-Set. Walter c.

I Pool; and chairman of the wor worship
ship worship commitiiee, Gary Ness, son
I! of M-Sgt Robert W. Ness.
! Fifteen members attended the

Iirst meeting.

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people start talking about busy
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tell of a hectic day they had a
number of years Igo. Their sow
had pigs, their cow had a calf.

their mare had a colt and. five
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the Arthurs', first son was born
that day. s

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, In uie world without a "spirit of

acrmce ana readiness to serve


In an informal White House

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the World Jlethodist Council, Mr.
Liscnhower said the "pnnciples
described so vividly in the Sermon

on the iiount" must play a part

in me searcn zor peace.

Dr. Harold Pilicrts, principal
of Richmond College, Surry, Eng England,
land, England, and newly elected president

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;?Y ,'.R$., MURIEL LAWRINCItcepting diiobdience dominate os
t j1! so v b teach nothing. Like i a

:fTi recent column". writes a rigid-minded billy goat who's lock-

re r "you sad a mother accept

a rLt' refusal to wash dishes.
Y? Mid parents had to feel free
t1o rve themselves if they wanted
it? to learn to serve them. I
4 you'd -come straight out and
Jsj'-Vhat you mean. Do you ad ad-accepting
accepting ad-accepting occasional dii dii-Jt;
Jt; dii-Jt; ence from children?" i
til "link this it a silly question.
l nly parent who can get flaw
J 'bedience from his children
in 4r Bergen, whose "children"
jeremade of wood.
VJ: are we so coy with this real reality?
ity? reality? iJI'hy auch few of accepting
Ji It's; cruel fear just as cruel
4s thjajrf demanding obedience;
N Forit's what makes our self-con-

Bdence completely dependent, not

n our, tcuon, cut on obedient ac
"too by the child.


SO it's the fear that betrays, us
to those awful donflicta of will

"with children in wich we must con

quer them or lose all respect for
urselves. Johnny-" mast--put" his
tricycle away when we tell him o

because our dignity depends on his

submission. When he defies us. it

e ant possibly occur to us to providi

im with an example of neatness
s the very lesson we're supposed

to oo teaching, our fear of ever ac

ed horns with another on a narrow

bridge, we can only sway and push
and wrestle with Johnny for that

submission which can restore our
In the end, we may beat him for
refusing it. Or begin to nag him
out of hate of his power to .hum .humiliate
iliate .humiliate us. :
CERTAnaY I'll come "straight
out." I think total obedience is only

desired by people who have attack

oy enemies always in mind. That s

why army gnerals must have it

Its their business to keep attack

by enemies always in mind. But
parents operate homes, not mili military
tary military installations; and if they live
in constant apprehension of hurt
by, their children, it's really not a

situation tney can afford to ignore1.
For their fear is an old, deep
seated one. Though their dominat

ing manner fools everyone who
knows them, such parents can. on only
ly only feel safe when they have per
sonal control of everything around

tnem. Any difference with .any-One--
Important Ms Intolerable to

them for the same reason you beat
the bush before you advance in

Jion country. ...
Behind the bush could be the en enemy
emy enemy who's out to get you.

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l TIEN AGERS who (end to
- srana.e their hair; singlehanded

, er with the help of friend, but

. certainly not with the help of

keauty salon, seldom know the

, kelp they're missing.

n pertainly busy teen-ager with

ner snort budget cant plan on go
'tag to a beauty salon every week

as her mother or grandmother

way. But she certainly ought to
f et professional aid under these
. If her kair is long and stays long,
but begins to develop split ends
. er futziness on top, she ought to
f et a professional trim. The stylist
cn trim it evenly all around and
shape it, thus removing the' split
ends. He tan also thin it on top to
k a it from getting bushy. Few
iViends can do this competently.

, If she develops dandruff, or finds
se's not getting the soap out, she
oi'"ht to trot into the salon. She
need hot have a professional sham-

; peo every time, but once in a while
the professional job. with its thor

ough rinse, will keep the scalp Jn
;' good condition.,

i It a gal's hair stays straw-dry
jr oily, the treatment-shampoos

available in salons can help, sa-

Whether a mature woman
wants U admit that she touches
up her hair, or not, is strictly her
own decision.. But she should nev never
er never have that decision taken away
from her by allowing the haiito
grow out sufficiently to give away
the facts.- ;v ..' ,.- a,!
And, strangely enoush. the verv

women wbo let the hair grow in
an inch or two at the roots in its
natural color, are the very opes

A woman 'who has her hair tint

ed at a. salon should know how
often it has to be done. And she
should make her next appointment
as she leaves' from the last. Her
social plans should be adiusted to

this important matter, not vice-

versa. ...V

What generally happens Is that

as woman wituotit ner next ap appointment
pointment appointment definitely set put? if off
one niqht; then another. Pretty

soon Vit has an inch-lone under under-layer
layer under-layer of natural hair.
A woman who touches, uo her

hair at home or has a friend or
relative do it at home ought to
take charge., of buying her own

preparations: and making an ap appointment"
pointment" appointment" a few days before
she's ready. n





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Lots of mature women 'really dont want to lose weight This
attitude is fine if the doctor approves and one pays scrupulous
attention to grooming details. Picking a becoming hemline
is important Dresses that aren't right should be adjusted with
the aid of a hem-marker (left). A sturdy foundation (top renter)

. THERE are many Junoesque

women who take a peek at the

latest diet and feel not a pang.

Thev've' added their allotted 10

pounds every 10 years and now
that they feel .they've reached the
optimum age for' enjoying- life,

thev have not a r'eereV about heing

a fine figure of a woman., They

like it, their doctors approve and
so' do their husbands. Why starve?
A splendid, attractive- woman
has every right? to take, pleasure

in .her appearance, adq u sue



conditions, it continued over

Tod of several weeks.

lo eatnienU -can also-remedy

' r4

! ood stylmg- at -a salon can
a Ho teach a eal how her hair

e made most becoming. She
-" not have to go back for sever-

t? .onthsj hut if she watches the

a. r5

w aisr a good style.

Since administering a touch up
is hard work, a mature woman is

denendent upon the kindness of

her daughter or sister for doing it.

She ought to pick a time conve

nient for the amateur operator and

come an prepared.
. If the problem proves too diffi difficult
cult difficult for -a daughter to manage a
long with a home arid children, s

mature woman oueht to save her

r. i-in nhMTe nw to 1 mffee monev and start making inerfectly: The junior bottles

In the tiny Babyi most regurg -tation
is not vomitng. The milk
just comes up with the air. The
AnMnr mav'recommend that a bur

py Bany lie on his stomach after
meal, in nrpvpnt the milk from

Home un his nose or down his

windpipe. r ' "'

Colic is a distressing condition

.nri laree. otherwise healthy Ba

dies seem to be particularly prone
If Baby's crying seems excessive
or he doubles up after eating, tell

the doctor about it. He may rec

ommend a formula change which

some times works wonders.

A new product which deserves

n award for incenuitv is mixed

fruit juices put up in Baby and

appeal mightily to
like to mimic.

toddlers who

During certain ages of high mo-,

tor activity, one at about a year

and a half. Baby rushes around

auite a bit. Riding in the ar may

be a difficult undertaking at this

stage. It's best done in an un un-crowded
crowded un-crowded car. without strangers,

who tend to demand docility at all


One of the unfavorable aspects

of having a new Baby is the cling

ing odor of sour miuc. mis can
be minimized by taking up the car-

Det for the first few months, or

covering it with a plastic sheet

when Baby is present
Cradle cap is mentioned fre
quently. It's not a serious condi

tion. but it's one that a -woman

feels reflects on her ability as a

junior-sired bottles. The little bot-ttnother, even though most Babies

should be washed frequently, without rubbing,' to keep It In
rood shape. Aching feet, which often cause lines in the face
can be eased with footbath in lukewarm uds (bottom renter)!
Sue 8 or J8, all details should be checked before going out (right)
Appropriateness, cleanliness and a rood smile are"

watches these few pointers, she
can do it, even if she is substantial

in size. .J.. ...,,,,..;.
A well-fitted foundation is a

must.- A 'good sired mature1 wom

an ought to have several. One to
wash, one to wear and one to spare.
And since a well-fitted all-Lione

is costly of time and money to buy.

u deserves loving care. A good
pretreating. of soiled spots with
a brush and thick suds cornea firsj.
Then washing in fresh suds (no
wringing or rubbing,), rinsing,
rolling in a towel and drying away
from heat i-
' Careful attention to detail is sag

ging hemline, an ill-fitted dress.

a collar poorly attached, turn a
potential Juno into a sack of meat.

Hemlines should be picked to fl fit fitter.
ter. fitter. Every new dress should be fit

ted over the proper foundation and

the hem adjusted correctly. OM
dresses beginging to sag should

be corrected.

New for autumn is' the leather sweatet with a low. Moused lokV
'We show it here with its shape defined by drawstrings, teamed
with a rib-knit wool skirt. Sleeve are wool-knit, and the leather
is washable rapeskia. This is a Leathermode design.-BY GAILE
OL'GAS, NEA Women's Editor. ' '




Dark colors, the favorite of large
women, call for sparkling acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Make the white gloves

reauy white, the new collar set!

correctly and minus powder

smears. :
White or gray hair is another ac accessory
cessory accessory that should sparkle in con

trast to dark outfits. A shampoo
should continue- uhtlll the hair
squeaks. A brightening rinse may

uo nuucu, u one aesires.
A big woman puts a load on her
feet every step she takes, And feei
that hurt can cause other- iches,
plus tired lines in a handsome face.
Pick shoes with utmost care and
baby the feet. A day that's seemed
overlong can be finished off with
a foot soak in lukewarm suds. Wig Wiggling
gling Wiggling and stretching can stop feci

from throbbing. A bath pillow on

uie Douom or the tub is for extra
comfort. '


NEA Food and Markets Editor,

Now begins the season of out outdoor
door outdoor meals; Grilling foods ,: over
n 1 ;n nc U n hl....hl

of summertime sports. Everyone; R.

gets in on the act
Here's a hearty suggestion from
friends in .- Westchester County,
New York, who demonstrated over
a recent warm weekend how good
their ideas can taste. We think
you'll enjoy them, too.
. For your outdoor meal, have an
assortment of beef, tuna, chicken
or ham patties already made. Let
guests! choose their f. vorite .to
cook over the coals. Serve them
up in toasted enriched yeast yeast-raised
raised yeast-raised buns with relishes. It's eay
and fun. and a change .from tine
usual, hamburger. ... r V

ties take a conventional



have it at one time. or another. Ai

little oil may soften it enough to

be removed,

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ratten. i.bve, la fear asneek of taaNe, destgaed to kee a -keel
ekUl aad the belered itainta aeparai with a SDlnlmea

v awaa. Tm aia-few aaaaple aataand n Inches

hours to make from start to fin finish.

To figure out the measurements

what for your child, measure; accross

NEA STaff Writer

Checking off the list, of

'your elementary school child

should nrtng witn ner. -we oump
into the need for a smock for the

popular, pleasant work with paints!

and easel. :
The list from our public school
luggested I cut up one of Daddy's
old shirts for the purpose. The re result
sult result draped on our kindergarten kindergarten-bound
bound kindergarten-bound artist made her look more
like an old-time movie waif than
at potential candidate for the Left
lank. :;' .M
The; sight was too much for a
creative friend of mine who
promptly devised a ;smock that
would look cute, be easy, to make
and really .protect clothes under
neath. --
For this we used a lightly tex

tured blue -elastic which can be

-wiped clean. The smock is all in
one piece, loose-fitting and with o o-Tn
Tn o-Tn sidef to provide plenty of ven ventilation.
tilation. ventilation. "yTllow p la s t i e tape
hands the neckline and yellow dou
b!e-fold binding tape is stiched a

round the outer edges.' It cost less

than $1.50 and took about two

shoulders from : underarm to un

derarm ahd from shoulder to hem

line. Make small square opening

for the head. Make only one-half

pattern. Fold plastic in half, lay

out, pattern.,,,;;,;.':; Wv.
TO SIMPLIFY, cutting, tape edg

es of plastic together so they won't
shift around. Use cellophane tape

msteaa of pina to secure pattern

to plastic. Cut a three-inch slit at
back of neck' opening to fit over

bead. ,, ;

rrom left over plastic cut a

live-inch-wide strip and fit in

place across bottom .of front of I

smock. You can "baste" this in

place with transparent tape which

peels off after you've stitched the

two togitner. j.

Divide in three sections and

stitch to form pockets. Stitch bind

ing tape around the outer edgs
and use more tape for ties under

arms and at neck opening


day of liberation is here the kids

are back in school.But for your
own good, send them trooping to
the classroom full of smiles dur during
ing during the first weeks of school.
Above all, don't make them feel
like they'er going off to jail, even
if that's the way you looked, at, it
as a kid years ago.-
-This piece of advice is given
out by Dr. Helen Machintosh, chief
of the Elementary School Section
in the U.S. Office of Education.
She's the expert on school
children for grades one through
six at the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare. Recently
Dr. Mackintosh was the o n 1 y
woman among 10 federal career
service employes to receive the
National Civil Service League's
career service award.

She was chosen for the honor

because of her d i s t i n g u i shed

leauersnip in elementary1 school
ducation here and abroad.

'The parents' : attitude is re-

fleeted in their children," she says

" meref ore, they should put the

positive emphasis on school. Often,

however, they picture it as a bad

piace to go."

Dr. Mackintosh suggests that

parents encourage their young

sters to return to school with ma

teriais and hobbies shared in the

summer vacation.

Here are some other hack -In-

school tips she has for mothers!

and fathers:

iiive teacners time. Don t ex

pect your youngster to become an

overnight quiz kid.

Go along with the general plan

oi instruction tnat your child re-

; Give the teachers time and
i dont curtail outdoor play are
two of the anrcestions Dr.
; Helen Mackintosh has for the
first weeks of scfaooL

ceivesV Dan't fly off the handle if
Johnnie doesn't get bis education

exactly as you did.

Talk to teachers and principals
at school' before being 'criitcal at

home in front of the children.

" 'Id the U.S., school doors are

always open for parents, says
Dr. Mackintosh. "This is not true
in some countries where parents

can come only when invited.

inuOc aok for the youthful1 artist Is a homemakert project

wiMwi "mcj, .tracuvt and not toe Vemaadinr of her
. lute er enerv v .,-.. (
blocks or similar design-with short Knot a small length of string
pieces of colored plastic tape. Ui'ough top holes and about a 12-

Because many youngsters taw men piece inrougn Douom ones.

with great enthusiasm to painting
you may want an extra smock for
home use- For home painting, an
eased which Is also easy to make

is an inexpensive dui important

prop. '
I'm indebted to Victoria Betts,
rft consultant for B i n n e y and
Lmith. for showing me how an ea

sel can be made.

TTt turn hpavv nlr nf rrA

YOU CAN DECORATE the board. Punch a hole in each cor cor-front
front cor-front with a pussy cat face or I ner of' each piece.

Bind across the top with a strip of

inch-and-a-hatf-wide tape.- Paper

can be taped to top ot easel.


suggests using a flat bristled.

long handled brush (about A
inch wide) and poster paint or semi-moist
pans of water color for
small children. Newsprint clas classified
sified classified ad section is excellent, she
says shelf paper, paper bags,
laundry cardboard all make good
surfaces for painting


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One pound chuck steak, ground,
li cup soft bread crumbs, H tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salV teaspooh pepper, t
tablespoons chopped onions;
...Combine ground steak with on onions
ions onions and seasonings. Form- into

Brush, with barbecue

sauce. Broil until brown on both
sides, basting frequently with the
Jauce. Serve .on toasted enriched
buns. Garnish with onion and pic pic-callillL
callillL pic-callillL

Barbecue Saucer Combine H

catsup with V cup onion,'

mmced onion, 2 ecss.

beaten,' Vt teaspoon salt,

spoon pepper.
Combme' 'all inr--furn
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Balance your children's activi

ties. Don't give them so' many

things to do, such as. music .and

dancing lessons, that they never

spp rtavlipht

Because kids don't 'have the

kinds of outdoor chores they used

to.v they should have plenty of ac

tive, outdoor juay," v explains Dr.
Mackintosh. "They also should not
come home and glue themselves
to a TV set."

See to it that your children est

worth-while books several times

a year, if you can afford them.

And set up a place where thev

can start-their own library.

Dr. Mackintosh is hardlv the

scholarly ivory-tower- type. On
loan to the -Foreign Operatioh
Administration in 1954. she trav

eled 1,200 miles through Cam

bodia; .in a jeep; .-. i

Occasionally venturing Into un

explored territory, she met with

more than 1,000 elementary school

principals during her sixweek trip.

wnat sunnsea iner most were

the questions principal, i asked,
such ar:

"What is your salary?"or
"What is your age?". ',
These questions are considered

polite in Cambodia," she explains.

one didn t duck either one. hi

the way. . ; i

' 1 Chicken Burgers ; : t
1 One cup e o o k e d'- chicked,
chopped, 1 egg,' slightly; beaten,
I cup soft bread, crumbs, 2. table table-spoony
spoony table-spoony minced parsley,, 1 .table,
spoon" minced onion, .teaspoon
salt dash, of, pepper, : f'
Combine all ingredient's'' and

form, into- 4 patties.-,. Broil until

brown on .both sides., Serve hot
in toasted enriched '.bunsV Garnish
with atuffed liveT... r.

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very Important respect Her new book seeks to Illuminate t
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DISCUSSING CHILDREN'S BOOKS? Executive Secretary, of
the Panama Canal, Paul Runnestrand and Obstetrical Chief;
of Qorgas Hospital are shown deep In discussion at the Pen.
Women Party which was held at the Tivoli, Wednesday. -The,
party was given to otter a preview, of the Pen Women Christ-:
mas Card and to launch a new children's book, 'Panama
Pattie.- . :

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT IN SEPTEMBER Gues ts at Pen Women Party Wednesday select ori original
ginal original Christmas cards designed by members of the Canal Zone Branch of the National
League of American Pen Women. In the foreground Mrs. F. R. Johnson can be seen taklngr
an order, while Mrs. Paul Bentz acts as cashier. r . -: -;

f Miss Mercedes Peterson, daufhter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herb-;
; Herb-; ert K. Peterson of Cristobal, became the bride of Mr. Eugene
Talmadge Salter, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Austin Salter of
Margarita at a double ring ceremony at the Miraculous
Medal Church In Colon, Wednesday evening. Father John

F. Tumulty C. M. officiated.

A program of prenuptlal mu music
sic music was played by the prganisS,
Mr. Atchibold, while the guests
were assembling, and Mrs. Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Schommer sang Gounod's
"Av Maria" during the ceremo ceremony.
ny. ceremony. The "Bridal Chorus'.' from'
Lohengrin'-' wa played for the
prcrvsional and Mendelssohn's
- l.r.g March" for the reces-
t n-al.
' e urnx v.8s decorated with
r oil on the altar, vi'h
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i o 1 1 i f 1 uary.
i car;:.. ,'uns were t.od to
t;:o pews with slllc ribbon and
streamers. .; i"- ; '.
The lovely Wide,' given In
carriage by her father, was
dressed In beauftlful gown of
white peau de sole which was
made by Mrs. Nena de Torres. It
had a high neckline; long sleeves
with 5 imported Chantilly lace
covering the bodice and appli appliqued
qued appliqued On the full skirt and edg edging
ing edging the very full chapel train.
. Crystal beads and sequins out outlined
lined outlined the bodice and were appli-
Sued on the skirt. Her fingertip
lusion veil was held by a Jew Jeweled
eled Jeweled coronet. She wore an heir heirloom
loom heirloom of diamond earrings which
were a gift from her grandmoth grandmother,
er, grandmother, she carried a white satin
prayerbook,' a gift from the
greoirtT which was covered with
.shower of White orchids tied

with lover's knots of white satin
streamers. At the close of the

ceremony the bride offered her

corsage to the Virgin Mary ask

Ing a special blessing on her

marriage. y
' Mrs; Nicholas Stokes,' matron
of honor, wore a gown of petal
pink nylon net with an off the
shoulder "neckline, long waist
with very full ballerina length
! 'it with satin roses appliqued
on the skirt. She wore a coronet
rff 1- ': rylcn and car carried
ried carried a f Tangement of dark
red ro. backed with pink
net and ners.
Miss Marlbtl Galindo Navarro,
cousin of the bride, was Junior
bridesmaid, and her dress and
coronet were Identical in design
as that of the matron of honor,
and she carried a miniature fan
arrangement of dark red rose rosebuds
buds rosebuds backed with pink .net and
The bridesmaids were the
Mlsse. Sandra Motta,- Judy Tln-

iton, Mary Lou Allen and Colleen

saner, sister of the groom.
Their dresses of American Beau Beauty
ty Beauty nylon net had an off the
shoulder neckline, a long waist
with a very full ballerina length
skirt with roses of petal pink
satin appliqued on the skirt.

They wore small 'coronets of

matching colors and nlnk pearl

drops and carried fans of pink
rosebuds backed with red net

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The flower girls, Irene Galin Galindo
do Galindo Navarro and Roxanne Cain.

and the train bearers, Ellsa and
Graciela Lara Arosemena. wore

short dresses with very full
skirts of white tulle nd lace
appliques. The flower glrla car carried
ried carried silver baskets tied with
white satin bows and filled with
pink and red rose petals.
Mr.' Robert Salter was best
man for his brother, and ushers
were Richard Sasso, J. p. Mi Michael
chael Michael and Leslie Rlnehart.
; Mrs. Peterson, the brlde'i
mother, wore a dress of cham champagne
pagne champagne satin trimmed with crys crystal
tal crystal beads, a, matching hat and
gloves and other accessories In
emerald green. Her corsage was
yellow strapleaf orchids.
5 The reception which followed
the ceremony, was held at the
Washington Hotel. The back

ground for the brio and groom
as they received guests was a
trellia of two irJtertwined hearts
made of ... white aladloll and

ferns.. v-i .-,

The bride', table- held n.

terplece of a beautiful fmiv.tur.

ed wedding take made by. Mrs.
Marita de Paul. The cake was

ioppea witn a cupld overlooking
the -miniature bride and groom
beneath which was a fountain
with doves surrounded by ttny
baskets of lilies of th valley.-.
Miss Kay stone, cousin of the
bride, was in charge of the
bride's book, and Mrs Pnhrt. n

Peterson, aunt of the bride, serv served
ed served the cake. The bride's mother
was assisted by Mrs. Anibal Ga Galindo,
lindo, Galindo, Mrs. Albert Mobia nd
Mrs. B. G. Tipton. -For
her coin twin '.nttnm

the bride wore. a hit nn.

dress with a yellow and black
print and yellow bolero Jacket:
She used black accessories and
wore a string of,cultured pearls
which .were a gift from the
The VOUnff rnnnla l.ff k.

plane on Thursday evening for

a honeymoon to be spent in

West Palm Beach, Florida.
Mrs. Salter was graduated Clasg of 1954 from Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School and attended
the university of Houston, and
Is a member of Alpha Chi Ome Omega
ga Omega Sorority.
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Mr. Salter 4 graduated front
CrWiobal High School with the

Class of 1952 and attended Rice
institute in Houston, Texas, and
is completing his senior year
Georgia institute of Technology
as an industrial engineer, and is

a member of Pi Kappa Alpha
Fraternity. -.:
Mr. and Mrs. Salter will make

their home at 1503 stokes Ave

nue, & W, Atlanta, Georgia.

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Phone Panama z-qom, y
;syrtt Box L. Balboa, OZ,.
: Hours' S to 12. 1:30 to 5
Saturdays 9 a m. to noon. v
After?- hours Pan 3-7050
Educational. Life.
Automobile, Fire, etc.
,DR, C. I. fAIRCGA. 0.0.$.
iivif of July) Ave. e 11AM
(onpoil'e Anroe ScbMl Playffeaa4
I TeL f Mil Paneme
' r ken Shippers Movers
J f ones 2-2451 1-2562
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Riding Jumping Classes ''Y
I 3 r 5 a.m. -1 fM a'Z45!
' at by spee'"'"""-'
' ieUssle' popular and Jan
7Strt No. 6-A-Tol. 3-15M
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! A pin eurl wave "ott ean
j yell aMof 1
M.CA. Dcauiy ScU
TL 1-3677
Young: Thief Bad
i Buy In Machine
, jhARRISBURG, Pa. 1UP -Aa
ica-vendlng machlna here ae-
,JT i aitmriaMi riixtrrmer I
bprius of ona sUghtly-clulled, ,10-year-old
boy. ; .J
The boy told pouc .?,ad
. climbed into the machine to pmer pmer-iti
iti pmer-iti coin box.. When the customer
dropped a coin in the slot, the boy
caSie out of the chute with a 50 50-'cent
'cent 50-'cent bag of ice.
was never so scared in my
life," he reported.
. Canal Zone-
ijnltod States ptrict Court let the,.
I District of the Canal Zone
' Balboa Division
aa Petroleum Company, Hoelam.
v ?SS Chiayaa and Compania Comercial
tyfcSr.Sf2on the 'ih eWlsMem eWlsMem-fci
fci eWlsMem-fci Texas Petroleum Company
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lMsT I have seTztd and taken the said
IS Guayes and have her to my eu' eu'-liatici
liatici eu'-liatici la hereby- een that a Wetrtet
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. FOR SALE-Sinfer Mwing ma ma-ckine,
ckine, ma-ckine, WettinghooM autamatic
wuher, RCA Hi-Fidelity 3-tpeed
retord player. All operate 25 25-cycle.
cycle. 25-cycle. Lilted far conversion. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Phone Balboa
' 2-6364.
,'FOR SALE-CoucK, upholstered
feani rubbery double bed liie,
new; 5-drawer desk; toftee table,-
jlasitop; metal chest of
drawers and drener; beokcaiet;
floor, bridge limp; .wall ; mir-r
. rar. Phono 7221 Curundir, home
2033-B. '
FOR SALE.- V iprinf and mat mat-tress
tress mat-tress on taw horse, I Simmons -day
bod, I mahogany desk, I
bookcase, I perch protection,
with shelves and curtains, 6 van van-etian
etian van-etian blinds 5054, 1 Venetian
blind 40x68, 2 rod shades, I
G.I, record player 78 rpm and
several albums records, miscella-
eous books on construction en-",
gineering 718-D, Balboa. Tale- -.
phono 2-3241 Balboa.
FOR SALE Almost now Sarvel
.ice-maker, 9 cubic 'feet, cost i
$750, five away for $450. Rush
don't walk to 50th Street No.
14, San Fra'ncisco, Apt. 4- or
phono 3-6871. Also Bendix au- ,:
tomatie laundry machine, Ascot '.
f at watar heater. :. t k
FOR SALE: Rattan foam rub rubber
ber rubber upholstered sitting-dining
reom act, $450; smart mhoe mhoe-ny
ny mhoe-ny bedroom set, liko new $250.
Cast $500. Phono 3-6871,
, ;,
Police are looking for a dwarf,
fawn and a frog' on. a -toadstool.
William Wirzman reported the
ngurines missing irom &is oaca oaca-yard.
yard. oaca-yard.

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"FORBIDDEN PLANET" M-G-M's first science-fiction
drama, in CinemaScope and color, will be the next attrac attraction
tion attraction at the BELLA VISTA Theatre. A story of suspenseful
adventure on a remote planet in Z200 A.D. the picture casts
Walter Pidgeon as a fugitive from Earth, whe has absorb absorbed
ed absorbed all the scientific knowledge of the- ages. The learning
thus acquired turns against him and threatens to destroy
him, his daughter, and the crew of a space ship which has
been sent to rescue them. ;.
Anne Francis has the sole feminine Tole as Pidgeon'a
daughter, to whom the customs jof earthy mortals are
strange but who becomes involved In a romance with the
commander of the space ship, played by Leslie Nielsen. w
The picture also introduces Robby, the Robot, one of the
most remarkable "actors" ever conceived by Hollywood.
Standlnr nearly eltrht-foot high and weighing close to half half-'
' half-' l-ton, the almost human robot runs the planet household
' of Walter Pidgeon and Anne Francis. :'-:.
Don't miss this thrilling science-fiction, which opens on
-Wednesday yeaw BELLA VISTA Theatres


; FOR SALE: 20 Braham cross crossbred
bred crossbred heifers, average 1 8 months.
Also one purebred four-year-old
Braham burl imported from Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica. Can be seen at SICAP'a
Cattle Farm at Buena Vista, Ce-
Ion, on Trans-Isthmian Highway,
'or call Messrs Hubp or Morales
(SICAPt 2-3349 Panama.
Wanted To Rent
. WANTED: 2-bedroom house
or apartment, preferable in Be Be-tania.
tania. Be-tania. Will take good cart of :
property. Phone 3-5092.
Unknown Soldier
Question Cloaked
In Indecision
cision star cloaks the question of
whether a second body should be
buried in the .Tomb of the Un Unknown
known Unknown Soldier. ."
1 An Army spokesman said plans
to bury a World War II unknown
serviceman alongside the unknown
soldier of World War I In Arllng-j
ton National Cemetery have "not
eotten bevond the talking stage."
Cnnprpsk authorized the nroiect in
1946, but planning was postponed!
.during the Korean war.
A military advisory committeej
last January tentatively decided to,
entomh unknown soldiers of World
War II, the Korean War and "fu-
, ,:MJ.A;An i ri.A., VToJ
j mortal Day, 1957, the target date'
WfOrid war u. me pians, now now-,'
,' now-,' ever, are still under study. ; i


ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
modern fern ia hod aportmenta, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold v a t O a,
Phono Ponanaa 3-4941.
FOR RENT -Apartment unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. 2 bedroome, maid's
. room, 2 hatha, sitting dining
room, porch, kitchen, garage,
$90. At Bella Vista, N. Obarrio
Street 23, near "El Baturre."
See Pa Castro, Avenue 24.
Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65.- Military inspected,
Via Porras 99. Phono 3-2068.
FOR RENT: 1-bedroom apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, 4th of July Avenue, No.
Tl-352 (in front Quarry Hts.
entrance). Information in tanto
buifding from 11 to 12 noon and
5 to 6 p.m. daily, or Call phone
2-2037 Panama.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apart ment a.
Alhambra Apartments, 1 0th St.
No 8061.' Phono 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished or unfurnished.
R. E. Hopkins, Balboa 2966
' FOR RENT: Modem apartment
I first floor) t 2 bedrooms, back-'
yard and front yard, inspected
and furnished, $80, The beat
Ieu can find for thit price. Ave.
osa do Fabrega 16, Pasadena.
Lesjus 01 l!:!::ns
Cradle To Disoar
GENEVA UP) The "era
die" of the League of Nations soon
will disappear to make way for a
mammoth House of Congresses,
The League held Its first Gene Geneva
va Geneva sessions in a converted hotel,
the National, which was renamed
the PSlais Wilson. After ; the
League's own building, now the
headquarters of the United Na Nations
tions Nations in Europe, was completed.
the Palais Wilson' was taken over
by private international organixa-
uons.,v ,. ;
For many years it sarved fbe
most varied ends one could find
cubbyholes serving antl-vivuec-l
tionists next jdoor to scientific or
ganizations wnicn aepenaea on
animal experiments, lor instance
although it was devoted mainly
to the malor international head
quarters such as the YMCA aud
ywua and the internauonai uu
reau of Education. :
In recent years there has been
gradual move away from the
alais Wilson. A new internation
al Center across from UN head
quarters is in process of occupa
tion at present, and a number of
organizations have built or pur
chased buildings of their own. oth
ers, such as the internauonai Tel
ecommunications : Union, have
launched building plans for the
next two or urea years.
The decision -jn August to use
the Hotel National site for the
new House 01 congresses win
force the. remaining tenants to find
new homes, but they will nave at
least a year and probably two
: The House of Congresses has
been under discussion for years J
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oui .were were omicumea in mill milling;
ing; milling; a suitable site in overcrowd overcrowded
ed overcrowded Geneva. City fathers .insisted
that it ehrmiri h. in a iceme TJOSl
tion, if possible close to the lake!
and -not too lar irom ine centers
of other international meetings,
and offices.
Thev had their eve on the Palais
Wilson as ideal, but half of the
land, belonged to the Swiss Con Confederation
federation Confederation which had other plans
for it at first; Now the federal
government haa agreed to accept
eauivalent land elsewhere and
has released the Palais Wilson to
the Geneva authorities.

'.Y ;uino e,:. : ; ly exhales. The problem of a suit suit-Bids
Bids suit-Bids will' be asked ior the new' ble ,tra08phert itai remains.

building as soon as final decisions
have been made as to exactly
what .it Will contain. One basic de

cision was, already made that the,

main hail must 'nave room ror
.4,000 delegates, The 2,000-seat UN
assembly' hall,': biggest site of its
i: l . : -1
KU1Q in ueueva ui iiimcui, o
ready too smalKfor a number


major international meetings. ; i
The building also i will have
smaller meeting halls, committee
rooms,' a secretariat, a restau restaurant,
rant, restaurant, and probably a "vertical
garage"-and a big parking area.
A. long-felt need also may be
met in connection with the new
hall a press house. Big inter international
national international conferences attract as
m a n y as 1,000 journalists and
photographers at present, and
several spore are permanently as assigned,
signed, assigned, to Geneva. v ;
For the big conferences, the for former
mer former electoral building is trans
formed into' a nress house, but
this always has been considered
a temporary arrangement.
Permanent foreign press offices
are scattered all over town, with
most correspondents headquarter headquartering
ing headquartering at the UN building; many
keeping dual offices there and
downtown. The projected press
house would concentrate them in
one spot, with appropriate com communications
munications communications facilities.,
' Present plans are for demoli demolition
tion demolition of the Palais Wilson to begin
in about two years and construc

tion of the new building to be com completed
pleted completed some time about 1960.


beach house. One mile pact Ca- :
tino. Phono Balboa 1 866,
PHILLIPS Oceonaido Cattatoa.
Santa Clara. Boa 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1877. Cruno Cruno-fcel
fcel Cruno-fcel 3-1673. v i
, BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Oa Oa-ra.
ra. Oa-ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phono Thompson Balboa 1772.
Cramlich't Santa Ciara Beach
Cottages. Modem conveniences,
moderate tares. Phono Gamboa
FOR RENT: Concrete chalet, 3
1 bedrooms, recently painted, large
kitchen, many closets,' modern
'bathroom, 2 porches, hot water,'
i maid's room with bath, garage,
fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
Porras 91-B.
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner V
ton. New, in original case. Also
automatic ironing machine. Tel-
ophone 3-5161.
TENS. KITTENS. Thoroughbred, 9 veekt
old, bred for ..good disposition,
( rare male and female "Blue
'Points," female "Seal Point."
assorted tail shapes. Qtrs. No.
,77. Ft. Clayton. Call 87-2183 or
TV Classes Slop
When Tubas Ch7
out three western Pennsylvania
the electronic age. ,
Th.ahM.nt.' OAw'U. Jl

in' PiTuw.r, ."V .""r:Zut donate!

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aninmetjc via television this year
It was an educational experlmen j
conducted Dy the various boards o
education and WQED. the com
munity-sponsored educational TV
station in Pittsburgh.
Dr. Edith Kern, who was con

ducting the French exam from years ago but he still receives let let-WQED's
WQED's let-WQED's Studio, reached question ter; from inmates at Western Pen Pen-No.
No. Pen-No. 38 in a 44-question test. Sud- ltentlary and now and then for for-denly
denly for-denly the TV screens in the school mer convict drop in to see "The

classrooms went mans. lit. iern
reappeared as she started reading
question 41.
A power company line failure
was to blame. The three -missed
XmtimZrm ilS
Lels Slay Here;
Travel's Troub!
If and when man takes off for the
stars, he 11 need to take with him
his own gravity, his own atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere and even bis own night and
day. . ,.
That's the opinion of Dr. NeHo
Pace, a physiology professor at
the. University of California. He
suggests that the solution of now
and what man ia to breathe on
the long journey into space may
be solved by taking, along a sort
oi aimospnenc garden.
He points out that tiny, green
plants would supply the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere with oxygen and use up the
carbon dioxide which man normal
Pace said, because man cannot
survive on pure oxygen over a long
period of time.
As for gravity, the physiologist
maintains that no research has
shown whether humans can get
along with a complete absence of
gravitational pull. Once out of the
earth's pull, two of the three ori
enting sense organs now dependent
on gravity would be useless,
Both of the sense organs, the
canals in the inner ear and nerve
receptors in the muscles, would
not lunction and man would have
his eyes alone to euide him.
Even night and day might have
to be provided. Pace noted, since
it appears man needs some kind
of a cycle or change to help him
luncuon- nest.
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to 40111
..Aveniday Cuba 32-13
Box 4457 Phone SfVit

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FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible, new battery, 3 new
tires, radio $425 cash. House
5064-A, next Diablo Clubhouse. '.'
Phono 2-2578. i
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Suburban Station Wagon, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, radip and heater, one own owner,
er, owner, in perfect condition,. $975.
214-B Darian Place. Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6364;
FOR SALE: 1953 Chev. BelAir
hardtop. Clean. Bargain. Phone
Navy 3119.
FOR SALE-I954 Buick Rivie Rivie-ra,
ra, Rivie-ra, red with white top, low mile mileage,
age, mileage, A-1 condition. Price $1750.
658-B, Curutidu Hgts.- 1
FOR SALiTIl952 Pontiac 9
Hydramatic, RfrH, 7 w-s-w tires,
eicellent condition. Owner leav leaving
ing leaving Zone. For quick sale. Best
offer over $700. Call 84-4244
" anytime. .
1 FOR SALE: Nash Rambler
; Convertible, 4 new tubcless tires,
, radio, heater. A steal at one
thousand bucks
FOA SALE: 1954Studcbaker
D r 1 .....
"- wwuaa woupe. Looks like
new. Leather upholstery, over- I
drive. Has had only one owner.
Can bo teen at TI-88 or call
Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
Easy terms if necessary
Sky Pili)! Lcnbsome
For Stripe Suiters
Rev Francis J. Huber is "Father"
to homeless boys living at St
Joseph s Protectory but to the
thousands of past and present in inmates
mates inmates of Western State Peniten-
!!y 5? win ,wy be known as
"The Sky Pilot."
. .. x i
Says the first time he heard his
nJ, .. West-!
L-3I"1CK!" na )01.m" to, provide


marble altar' at the prison.
"One of the happiest days f
my life was when I said mv first
'jnass before that altar," Father
i Huber added,
The Catholic nrW
oay ruoi.
"They usually want to borrow a
NaSHVTlir rTTO Tl,. T
. nesee v,ley Authority has reall:
boosted recreation in its area. A
recent report put the value of rec recreation
reation recreation facilities and equipment on
TVA lakes and lake front property
at more than $52 million. In 1947,
there was 9,615 boats -using TVA
lakes and now there are 35,431. 1
$544 DOWN

: CASA PROPIA, S. A. (OWN YOUR HOME, INC.) is Btarting to
build 70 one-bedroom bungalows at the end of 10lh. Street, Rio A A-bajo,
bajo, A-bajo, next to the Barbadian Society building. T;otal price will be on on-ly!
ly! on-ly! 64,444; with a down payment of $544 and a monthly payment
of $25 which includes interest. Two-bedroom homes like the above
picture will cost $57950, with $1,000' down payment and C35
month. For further information go to CASA PROPIA, S. A. at Eart
36lh. St. No. 15. in front of the Ministry of Finance, half block from
the Panama Hospital or call Panama 3-1114. s ;;


Doras Waites School of Dancing
accepting enrollment NOW for
children 3 years old and up.
Classe for beginners, interme intermediates,
diates, intermediates, and advanced students in
every age group. Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phone 2-2363.
Miss HARNETT will hold
Ballroom dance classes at
irtg Sept 27th Thursdaj
and every Thursday there,
TION REGISTRATION for all will be held
Sept. 20th Thursday from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal YMCA. AU types of
dances both American and
Latin will be taught. For
further Information call
BALBOA 2-4239
few dollars," ReVi Huber said.
But he doesn't mind because the
'priest misses "his boys." w
., : .. . .:
."Many a night when I'm alone,"
he said, "I close my eyes and
walk in spirit with my boys in that,
walled city.".. .

'J. Showing at Your Service Center Theatre; TtJSyl
DIABLO HTS. 2:30, 6:15, 8;2' GAMBOA 7:00 -; .
PAor.g5- 0beI r ' Tues. "Birds and The Eee s"
Mitzl Gay nor :
"The Birds and The Bees" GATUN SiSI 7:00 :
.Color! 1 "You're Never Too .Young"
Mon. "Hell's Horizon" ; Tues. "Androcles fc The Lion'
MARGARITA 2:30, 6:15, 8:1! CRISTOBAL 2:30, 6:13, 8:1J
Van' Heflin C Air-Conditioned
Joanne Woodward Rock Hudson '
j Cinemascope Color! Colorr t'i ...
'. Mon. "Little Toy Lost" -r 'AiM-i,. .'rj

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AT LASTI The Jiory
Head ir.d Its "vary

20lh Cantufy-fox presenti


PARAISO 6:15 8:19
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:4ft
''Man with the Golden Arm

Boats & Motors

FOR SALIs-14-ff. Dutch ma marine
rine marine mahogany boat, 6 reds,
' reels, 25-hp Evinrude '54, i
boxes,: gas can, tarpaulin, an anchors
chors anchors and line; I Chev. r.i.h r.i.h-'
' r.i.h-' Buggy, vintage 37 and t.. f.
tall i-1958. :.i r
FOR SALE: 20-ft
or, good condition. Quick salt -l
$300. CaB Gaines, 82-2157.
Book Criticizes ; ;
Isolation Of ; 7
Mental Patients,
Berkeley; vcaM.' -(up) L
The JJ.; S.- practice of isolatii g,
mental patients in special in. h
tions Ls called a "remnwt of n
dievel ideas about mental illnp"
in a recent University of Cahi'.ir Cahi'.ir-nia
nia Cahi'.ir-nia book which Calls for care oi
the mentally ill In general hospi
ia- ,. w y
... J-.
' The book is "The Practice ol
Psychiatry, in General .Hospitals."
wncn the patient can be trpat-
ed for emotional illness in the
same hospital where he pad his
sppennix xiui, k says, most oi
the stigma is removed, treatment
can begin earlier and at-a t a
when greater, v success. can Li
achieved. tJ
Air-Ccr.J'.l'.cr. J
-2:C0 4:13 6:23 C:23
cf t:t tern c:
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Also showing MONDAY I -

LA BOCA 7:00
CAMP BIERD 6:15 S:05
"Many Rivers To Cross"
$25 A f.'.OJlTII


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33c. i 20c.
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Great Doable of Action!
with Ernest Borgnine and
- Sterling Havden
with Ray Milland
And famous musical short:

R I 0



with John Mclntire
with John Derek

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25c. 15c.


, There are no more, vagabonds in
the piofession. Nowadays youst.
actors ..wheeling grocery eerts'
j through supermarkets, scratalu
-i their heads over prices and. if
(cornered, apologizing' for
there. Actor should never a; r

anywhere but on the staged r .;

I John hatnt boea re a.

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Sound Track
From -Giant'

ture history, Capitol Records,


2?jm in ii. y.

HOLLYWOOD (NEAl. -4 Ex. NBC-TV.. clanged. Hs mind about, pletety dubbed in bv a British te-'
CiUStvelV Yiair' flnp.tim film "VJi.'i .ml I .. j,... -... ..n- 1 n ..

queen Arhne Judges son. Daa for 13 more slan7. fttr nf the thafa si! thpr haH t Ak i- in tha scandal magaiints,

ToDDine. Jr..

: THE WITNET: : Overheard: "If 1 'L

i uc fcismig vrr-i mm tour
please inj( tilledi ..Love Js a Grpat

tourqameat ... It was two dinner tract hassle. His f M m campaay ing last year's 'clothed : .""k,rNothmg. .-v VrrvBth HughM
dates in a row for Gene Kelly and owns bar contract far. Iw. film.:- Miurttn O'M.r. hh ?vS VP. m?vl TV ,'mj g


will recover com

pleteiy from a recent polio attack
He was stricken in Southampton

ixng isiana, just Deiore a tenm

show now has a May deadline.

i .' I THE WiTNET: Overheard:

Jonn wayn and Anita Ekbtrg women really dressed to

art squaring ff for kg eon-their husband, they'd be.

they wsUt there u no. hope for. a ini axploitod in a bathing suit in bidding for the Broadway musical;

iT ,. a movia tititd, "Tha Jantun 6in-.version of,' "Anna Christie."
Jonathan Wiattrs finally Undadi on Wayna's film making schadulaJ : LI r f;"

"'"uni" """ nignia mayoa wits are toa Marilyn Monroe and '.: Diana!

r .l' "?ulJsuc)r IUU wirmun nr Anna arter pasmg uors nave been crackinn-the
nis orotner Bill are folding ui hr ihau niuiu u i him'i ii.aii!.u I

. . i r " r w - hlhuiuii nam SUI1IC liliKlllV
2S Tatnt Illm .omPV,"agaxint. (colorful : t c ad ing but veteran

ua.w isuii oi juiuviiv I nr RimaHi in I w m I w nv

With a hit musical show is pros prospect
pect prospect for the night, our New York

vacationers had been advised to,

dine at the luxurious Laurent, ren

dezvous oi smart Mew Yorkers iv stations. -,.-4; ; (collect $150,000" for the fOau Mario

,-vX? UDSUrP"e "f u . - ' s nd his family sail for Rome Sept.' He told a Virietv renorter in
sine and flawleia service. Hesitat-I Skis that arlntad raoort that tWit tv.i n... 10 m '..:.: u P?Hr, ln

. . r. , : - pf. ... .trivuMj ok viu lyeiruiL
no hetwan a Hnn tamnlma II laakina fc a, u j i . "J. 7.. "r"r"

:: ..... r. ... ,v. .-lr uauxuier, onaron, win Play a lea'

t.V- j: i. ..

Tbeatermen now hav a en: U i Tnninhi" nr;n -m i iu.J ...!. 7 r ?

troBuig or minority interest In 4i. Lanza back in" the chips. He U respectable." T

tinental dishes, they chose phea

sant with wild rice, topped off aft

er the salad with a delicious des-

"They act just like other peo-

iney own ineir own nomes

maniyn Monraa and Jaynt Mans- turod role in pop's 'Johnny lie. ble

h. !W.i.w-, Jeif JDonneU hasnt .nd have chiklreaThey dabble in

whii ,m s. i m. u.. ..... 1 . v aoa aiocu ana join w

r" uia-, -v.ueorae iiooei i v snows ana Jta civic mnrwmnv .n.i.iinn.

i. i

ing name, w si. HoaoN . g00d bet she'll be faded out of
Just in time for the curtain, theyl Andy Devine'a water sprite son; George's home ncreen Jife.:
like the tuneful Cole Porter score Tad, missed the 01ympics swim- 1
of ."Silk Stockings," r o m a t iejming team by a loth of a second. NOT IN THE SCRIPT:
L"u.h. fest lt.rriD Hildegarde ... "The Proud .and the Beautiful" Martin about Elvis Presley i"Tm
Aeff In an exotic role, with adroit! and "The Proud and the. Profane" sure ha'll arow ub." J Piodueor

spooling of. Communists and Hoi- re winding up together on double Jerry Wald about the movie
lywood. W; .i -, marquee bills. ..Ufa a warbline buainati: "Thar.'i na I a ck of

a lck of

lent. I

Jn a moo tor mystery," they,comeback for, Franpej .Langford. talent 1 bora. .There's
found Agatha Christie's murder, She just signed a recording con-talant to racognixo ta

For the first time in motion p:

re nistory, uapitoi Records. Inc.' .V. :..ZZ:r.zZ

this WMk EsinM th. ,mrf nulK.

thriller, "Witness for the Prosecu Prosecution"
tion" Prosecution" convincingly enacted by sea-!
soned players headed by Francis

L. Sulhvan .end Patricia Jessel.

Sustained emotional pitch, skillful

characterization and naoinal

twists keep them in suspense until

tract with the ; blessings- of mil-

honaire hubby Ralph Evlnrudc, THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MRS.
the outboard motor tycoon.-..', Jones; Anita Ekberg's voice com

T4ia, a... :.Li a l e.i..aa

riPhfa t a fati.r. ir,nin n!t,,r' ?'8aK 'e mannsnao

which has not yet been scored ) ''r:'T lmyu ?re,2
The film th:rr st;v;,'l,n9sPher? m .popular. Polo-

production, 'Giant," to be distri!
buted by Warner Brothers. :
The important picture, believed
by many to be the finest celluloid
produced by Hollywood I i n e e

tin at wirfL J t t a .

uonc wiia me wma, sians tneais savoir :aire to new lone, oil-

strolls from table to table in the
mellow candlelight. 51 years a res restaurateur,
taurateur, restaurateur, bombed out of his fa famous
mous famous Oasis night club in Warsaw,

uncie ram rawiowskt brought


lappiest Man In The World


-'TTti A-tiTif2 is tiw.i'S once

i 1,1 j ) va U-i-i "I.'-sppi-t
s is Just A luii-a Cd..jd fcjlch-
in o.

( y,' .latest' triumph was' at the
j II G M studios where he rock'
; ed ihe rafters m Sol C. Siegel's

irn lui-tinn. 'Hieh Society which

! a' rS Bing Crosby Grace Kelly

; and: Frank Sinatra.

:i 'If. was just forty years, ago that

Ai-mstronB began blowing nis norn

' in public. For almost thirty-five

! Tears he has been big time, ca-

' ce'Med a a master; by musicians

'...1 L.( fine It'nr ttllPTV VOflTC

jilt Ul JUt IP". ..... j.v

t his name nas.neen.up in ugnus.

f -In a line of work that burns up
; Its practitioners prematurely, he

has remained ootn a consisiem wp
; man- and -e profound influence a a-'.
'. a-'. inong jazz players.
, : i. . i '. v ..
'Armstrong -has had a remark-

able career. It began in the streets
' it New Orleans, amid the honky

' tonks and dance hails where Louis

like jazz, was. young and poor. It

Mossomed into, prominence in

tJiicago, pausing on, the way to

tnake heated music- on excursion
boat along the Mississippi.
l i

. It took on a new lustre in New

York and then its fame spread a

bx:s Sc!:::l 0;:n$
c:n: Fcr Ccvbys

TORT- WORTH,1 Tex. (UPT (UPT-"rt
"rt (UPT-"rt Worth has- always been
, here; the. West begins,'' and now
igstorr cowboys can flock here
lea-Ti the real thing. in college.
Texas? Chnstian -University, -will
na a cowboy course this fall that

1 be all fSnching.and no "cram
g" : V
1. -1

miversity 'officials said there
: : be no examinations -or text
ks. S i. lenls. will, devote, all
j time.U traveling among Tex Tex-rancl
rancl Tex-rancl s to study and hem in

building .of fences, clearing of.
J, celcetion. of brcedihg stock,
nding. lake construction and l-

st every.' oilier-area of--ranch


late James Dean, Elizabeth Tar

lor, and Rock Hudson, although
none sings; the sound track, when
scored, will be strictly instrumen

tal,' of music composed and con

ducted by, Dmitri Tiomkin. The
picture is expected to be in re release
lease release by year's end. Its uncut run running
ning running time is three hours and 21
minutes. Release date of the Capi-j

loi amum nas not Deen announced.
; "Giant" wiU be the fifth imnop.

tant sound track album ncoduced

in high fidelity by Capitol since'

last lau. uthers in order of ap

pearance were the Todd-AO priw

v unuiiiviu, u!V I1IV AVl'l
Century Fox pictures. "Carousel"!
and "The King and I," and the

MGM feature, "High Society
There will be several single rec records
ords records available of music from the
picture and one Les Baxter ver version
sion version is scheduled for release by
Capitol Sept. 3.

cross the land and the ocean. It
grew as tazz did and helped to

snape its nisiory. v
Says Louis, "Jazz speaks for 11

self, and it's a language the whole

world understands. There are cats day while Minting Eieht davs la-

from Pans to Asia and when you(ter he found the timepiece while

sian me music mey get me mes- stirring some paint. He bad the

sage. 'watch cleaned and it kept running,


HICKMAN, Term. -(UP)-Mar-

sfiail Hams lost his watch one

ering taste-tantalizing Polish spe

ciaiues ana outer continental oisn-
The theatrical bin of fare' io t
that night was one of gripping rea realism
lism realism in ."The Story oft Anne

trank4" The fresh quahty of taj

temea ausan airasoergs icung
and the sterling performance of
veteran Joseph schildkraut stirred!

them deeply in this tense drama
of Nazi persecution in Amsterdam,
with its moments of humor and
heart-warming sentiment to offset!
the grim situation. -Zany
doings in Hollywood with

luscious Jayne Mansfield's wrigg wriggly
ly wriggly take-off of a popular screen
star kept them laughing at "Will
Success Spoil Rock Hunter?", as
the funniest comedy they had seen
on Broalway. ; ;.
The night was rounded out on a
note of gaiety in the intimate at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere of the Maisonette Room
in the Hotel St. Regis, where they
enjoyed dancing to Milt Shaw's

smooth rhythms. For midnight;

supper, lerrspm wun oranay ana
sherry sauce, cf abmeat envelop enveloped
ed enveloped in delicately flavored Mini,
with Chablis to sip. The warm

sympathetic voice of Lanny Ross

was pleasing in recent hits and

old favorites.

. Tl Caaa ':
l) L,jJ alii.tiU

, CLEVELAND, O. -UP)-. The
average family in this country
throws away about 409 pounds of
Jisner each vear. : t
Ihe East Ohio Gas Co. made the
estimate after a study of garbage
and rubbish incinerator in North Northeastern
eastern Northeastern Ohio,,.

The Gas Appliance Manufactur Manufacturers',
ers', Manufacturers', -Association estimates that,
about 16 million tons of paper will
be used this year. About- nine mil milium
ium milium 'tons' will be reciain ed by the
paper industry. Some will end lip!
in i iivliisiriai: or con" m erica I uses
and anaii io mifion tons will be
biiiT'-. in homes or just carted!
-a;'. i

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Polemon Favorite To Cop
Elile And Five-Sixteenths
Qambling Board Feature


Th Shirl Valentino's distance Wins' Chilean

c(Jt Polemon is the choice of the majority of local
tipsters to win this afternoon's one mile and five five-sixteenths
sixteenths five-sixteenths featured $5000-added Gambling Control
Btard Classic at the President Remon racetrack.

Sine other highly rated iUr-
ten are tcbduled to go in the an annual
nual annual blue ribbon event run in
hoaof of the members of the "Junta
de'Control de Juegos" (Gambling

Control Board). Maximum au authority
thority authority in local horse racing.
Miiustpr of Finance Alfredo A

lem; president of the Gambling
Board, -will present the expensive
Silver trophy to the owner of the;

winn "g tnorougnorea.. 4r
Pfwtmon. who returned victor

niislvto the races a fortnight ago

fnlloinB a long rest, is sure to

rut tlifi mutuels choice. However,

he will get plenty of competition
from leading track championship

eaniJate Town'a Wall and Mos-

Pa lira and Melendes may also

get avy-play in the mutuels.

Racetrack Tips


1 H Fakir
2 Valley Star
3 Julie
4 BuU Flea.
5 Daniel (e)
6 Arrabalera
7 Suntonner
9 Polemon

19 Kad r

. Rada
.' CbepaniU
Golden Wonder
Fostinovich (e)
, Golden Bound
. Golaio

Tomorrow's Racing C


1 Raea 3rd Srit lm. f Fts.
Pun $400.00 Pool Clot 12:45

1 Morenote
2 Socorrito
3 Teloreo :
4 S. Windsor
5 El Fakir;-
6 Rada

7 Must Be

A. Ycaza 11
S. Carvajal 102x
. R. Yasquez "112
H. Ruiz 106
J. Rodriguej 110
A. Heyes R. 115x
F. Sanchez 97x

(Thai-li Wrflarthv. (k1azo. Golden

Corn II, Pappa Flynn and OpulentojcnaiK.
which goes in an entry with Mos Get
sadeq. are considered outsiders.) cast:

Fernando Alvarez will guide
Polemon, which gets in under 115
pounds because of the weight-forage
conditions. Ruben Vasquez
will be aboard Mossadeq which
while Alejandro Ycaza will do the
booting on Town'a Wall.
Cagy Jose .Bravo has the leg up
on Paquiro while the tricky Cris Cris-tian
tian Cris-tian Rebolledo will handle Me Me-lendez'
lendez' Me-lendez' reins. Bias Aguirre will be

up on Charlie McCarthy, Antonio

Vasquez on Golazo. Jorge P na-

lips on Golden Corn II, Alfonso
Carbonell on Pappa. Flynn and

Alfredo Vasquez on Opulento.

Nine other races are included

on an interesting program.'

8 Tom Collins M. Guerrero 103

avenge a defeat of last year will
he Kansas State's trmmDh over 2nd Rie 'Elimination" Imp. Fat.

Oklahoma A. and M. The rest of Pun $600.00 Pool CIosm 1.15

my forecast runs pretty closely SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

to what horse .players eall the

, ... 1 El Regalo

7th Rac 2it4 Serin Imp. ( Ffi.
Pun $500.00 Pool Clow 4:05


Moon Beam F. Sanchezs 105x

2 Camberwell V. Castillo 110
3 Oro Purito J. Jimenez 105x
4 Onda Real E. Ortega 115
5 Suntonner. R. Cristian 110

6 Cartillero A. Reyes R. 103x

Amer. Maid O. de Leon 108

(Postinovich A. carbo'll 115

9 (Dawn Song B. Baeza 105

trk Rac "F" Natii $ Ft.

Puree $275.00 Pool CIomi 440



Tfain, Plane, Pack Mule,
hfoople Gives You Results

f y


' XGADt A hearty haU and hal halloo'
loo' halloo' to my zillions of readers from

your peerless prognosucatori
Ah. yes. we are back again

' ready to add sparkle and bril

liance to' your favorite snorts

pages with our weekly football

iorfecast har-rumDh!

Um-hakl By train, plane and

pack mule, your corespondent has

been scooting tne .colleges, peer

ing: through knotholes at secret
practice, and sneaking Into1 chalk
talks disguised as the Janitor. We
ard not leaving it all this year to
oun valued assistant, Dr, Leslie

Ziobomy. the astronomer.

, SurtfruesI Yes, we have M few

The Old Bey Himself

2 Lexden

3 Rosario
4 Henry Lee
5 Our Fancy
6 Quematpdos
7 Pincel
8 Valley Star
9 Tempestad
10 Dlxle

' H. Ruiz 110
B. Aguirre 118
B. Baeza 105
F. Alvarez 105
AE. Ortega 100
. Cristian 115
a M. Hurey 110
R. Vasquez 118
O. de Leon 108
J. Bravo 110

3rd Ran "E" Natives
Pun $275.00 Peel

7 Fi.
Clem 1:45

1 C.-de Sapo
2 Mr. Tivoli
3 Jachalin
4 JuUe

5 Chepanlta
8 Panchita

4th Race "H'"

Pun $275.00

for you in the opening games.

Sept, 22. Texas will upset mighty
Southern California in a tense

struggle that will be decided in
what I call the forward walL An

other upset will be Wil'iam and
Mary over Wake ForesV avelig
ing the defeat of last year.

Tn .southwest will do very

welt in tne intersectionai openers.

My own personal scouting leads

me to select Rice over Alabama,

Baylor over California, Texas

Christian over Kansas and Texas

A. and ML over Villanova

The only fly in the Southwest's

ointment win be Notre Dame

over Southern Methodist in a bat

tie of passes.

A. Reyes R. 105x

. A. Ycaza 113

-S. Carvajal 108x

v J, Bravo 115
O. de Leon 101
R. Vasquez 112

Natives 4 Fei.

Pool Cletet 2:20

Notre Dame 21, So. Methodist 13
Texas 13, So. California 0
Tex. A. and M. 34, Villanova 8 -Texas
Christian 28, Kansas 13
Rice 27. Alabama ;

Baylor 20J California 13 i
Pitt 27, West Virginia 13 r
Marquette 14, Detroit i

Wm. and Mary 13, Wake Forest

Georgia Tech 21, Kentucky 1
Maryland 13, Syracuse 7 1
Nebraska 27, South Dakota i
Vanderbilt 14, Georgia 13 f
Duke 21. South Carolina i

North Carolina 14, No,' Car, St. 13

Kansas St. 13. Okla.'A. and M. 7
Florida 7, Miss. State 0 .
Oregon If, Colorado 7
Oregon State 20, Missouri 13 ;.


1 Erlereida O. de Le6n 107'

2 College Girl A. Reyes R. HOx

3 Bull Flea

4 Jai Alai
5 Volador
6 fiirena

A. Vasquez 118

E. Ortega 100
V. Castillo 113

S. Carvajal 105x

5th Race "A-B" Natives 5 Fes

Pun. $375.00 Pool Closet 2:55

. Another victory .'which' illAtlantic Coast Confrence,


perts label North Carolina State

as the most improved team. in the 7 (Bacana-

1 Tingat

2 Apache
3 Joe

4 Petite

5 (Daniel

R. Cristian 122

J. Bravo 110

F. Sanchez 102x

A, Ycaza 112

B. Aguirre 108

6 (Naranjazo A. Vasquez 122

6th Race 3rd Series line. 7 Fat.

Puree $400.00 Pool Clotei 1:35


1 Vulcanlzado J. Jimenez 105x

2 Sinn Feiner J. PhllUps 110

3 Newbrlghton B. Baeza 113

4 Arrabalero H. Ruiz 108
5 Cascador J. Bravo 115

6 G. Wonder R. Vasquez 112

O. de Ledn 110

8 (Amat

O. Miranda HOx


In NL Lead

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 VT)
Bif Don Newcombe chalked
up bis 24th victory of the sea season
son season .today and pitched the
World Champion Brooklyn
Dodgers to tint place 'n the
National League as he gave up
three hits to the Chicago Cubs
In beating them 3 to 0. '




1-Argyla R. Cristiin 113

2 Bagdad O. Miranda 112x
3 Fllon J. Goneora 109

4 G. Bound R. Vasquez 113

5 Elenlta Anton Vasquez 113 t

6 Redondlta E. Ortega 110
7 Uyuyuy B. Baeza 108

8 ruego i A, Reyes R. 102x

9th Race "Gambling Control Boar"
Clank", 2100 Mts Pool Closes 5:15

Puree $5,000.00 addad ONE-TWO

1 Melendet -' K. Cristiin' 121

2 Polemon F. Alvarez 115

3 C McCarthy B. Aguirre 121

4 Paquiro J. Bravo 121

5 Golazo Anton Vasquez 115
6 Town'a Wall A. Ycaza 121

7 G. Corn II J. Phillips 111

8 P'pa Flynn A. Carbonell 131

9 (Mossadeq R. Vasquez 121
10- (Opulento A. Vasquez 115

10th Race lit Series lute. 7 For

Puree $700.00 Pool Closes 5:40

1 H. Park B. Aguirre 110
2 Cachafaz O. de Le6n 105
3 Kadir A. Vasquez 115
4 Elko R. Vasquez US

Mutuel Dividends

t Principe de Gales 8.80, 6.
2 Remiron 7.40.
1 Suzerain (7, 3.60.
2 Bright Blade II 8.
?Flrst Double: 25.80 ..
1 Olimplco 4.40, 3 20. ;
2 Radical 4.40.
One-Two: 21.60

1 Tolly Bar (excluded


The Dodrers took over the

league lead by two percentage

points as a result of their vic victory
tory victory and M'lwaukee's 6 to 5

loss to the Philadelphia, Phil

lies. . -f.. -; i i-
Alt the Cubs' hits were sin singles.
gles. singles. Brooklyn's first two tal tal-t
t tal-t came fei the third frame,
on Jackie Robinson's double
with two on. Robinson got two
of the winners' eight safeties.
." -.. '". : .. ,.
, .The third marker was scored
in the fifth inning when Jun Junior
ior Junior Gilliam singled, stole sec second
ond second and streaked home on
Robinson's ngle to left

Teams W L
Brooklyn . 85 56
Milwaukee 86 '57
Cincinnati .. 83 58
St. Louis ; . 71 69
Philadelphia 65 75

Pittsburgh .. 61, 81

New York ; . 58 11
Chicago . 55 85



2 La Gazza Ladra 3.20, 2.20.
3 FolletSto 2.20.1

Quiniela: 7.68

CincinnatV at Brooklyn
Milwaukee at New York
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (2)
Chicago at Philadelphia (2)
ki:sititi)Ai:s ubsi ils

Chicago 000 000 0088 3 1

Brooklyn ' 002 010 OOx 3 8
Kaiur Valpnfincttl IK) and

Landrith; Newcombe (24-6) and

Campanella. LP: Kaiser (3-9).


1-JToxle 3, 2.20.

2 La Fampanlna 2.40.


1 Vedette 14.40, 6.

2 Lion's Claw 4.60.

1 Alhajar 5.20, 2.80. 3"'
2 Double Four 2.60. -'
Second Double: 57.20
1 Nogalino 15.20, 9.60.
2 Master Melody 3.
Quiniela: 14.40.

1 Krle $8.80, 13.40
2 Gavilan $3.
' One-Two: $30.00
1 Blkemere $5, 2.20. ;
2 Empire Honey $2.20.


.589 2
.507 1314
.464 19 li
.430 251s
.411 27
.393 29 '3


New York .
Chicago :
Boston . ;

Detroit ,
Baltimore '.


Kansas City

. 91 51
. 79, 62
. 78 62
..79 63
; 73 "68
. 61 80
. 58 83
. 45 95

Pet. GB
, J60 ll'i
61 12
.556 12
.518 Yi'i

.433 29



U 32'
21 45

New York at Cleveland (2)
Washington at Chicago (2)
Boston at Detroit (2)
Bait more At Kansas City (2)
' tUSTEKD t s It f Slit IS

New York 002 000 0002 5 I

Detroit 000 011 50x 6 13 1

Coleman, ; Morgan 7), Grim
(8) and Berra: Lary (18-13) and

Wilson. LP: Coleman (3-5),

Milwaukee 000 100 4005 11 0
Philadelphia 200 300 Olx 6 10 1

Buhl, Crone (4; Phillips (4),
Trowbridge (7) and Rice, Cran Cran-dall
dall Cran-dall (4); R. M'Her, Simmons (7),

Roberts (9) ana Seminics. wr:

Simmons' (12-10) LP: Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge (3-2). HR: Aaron (26).

Cincinnati 210 200 1006 14 0
Pittsburgh 100 000 3004 9 0

Lawrence. Freeman (7) ana

Burgess; Friend, Hall (8), Pollet

(9) and Foiles. WP: Lawrence
(19-9). LP: Friend (15-16). HRs:

Bell, 2, (26 and 27), Mazeroskl

(3), Foiles (7). 1 -i.f

Boston 000 003 0025 7 -0

Cleveland 001 020 0093 6 0
Minarcin,' Delock (6) and
White; Feller (0-3) and. Hegan;
WP: Delock (13-6). HRs: Colavi Colavi-to
to Colavi-to (20), WUliams (22).

Baltimore ; 010 001 0024 6 0
Chicago 100 000 0001 9 2
,0'Dell, Loes (5), Palfca (6),
Brown (9f and Triandos; Wl
son, Kinder (9) and Lollar. WP:,
PaUca (4-11). LP: Wilson jl2-14V

St. Louis 002 030 0049 11
New York 100 010 0114 8 0
McDanilel, Collum (81 an 4
Katt; McCormick Surkont (5),
McCali (6), W'lhelm (8) and
Westrum, Hofman (9). WP: Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel (5-61. LP: McCormick
(0-1). HRs: Mays (33), Dark
(5th), White (18th), .Musial
(24), Boyer (.25). r .

Washington 101 010 020 S 13 .2 i

Fbiia. 334 000 oux 10 15 o v
Pascual, Stewart (2), Stone' I
(4), Grob (6), Wiesler (8) and
FitzGerald; Duser, Shantz (6)
and Smith. WP: Duser (1-0).
LP: Pascual (6-17).

DeCantis, North Carolina's
sophomore halfback, was the t o p
sprinter on the freshman track
team last spring.

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ltf:ools Like Georgia lech, But

No One Goes Unbeaten In SEC

1 Gtorgia Catch
ATHENS ., "Gaf lEAl Pt to together
gether together a squad with great depth
and team speed and a backfield

that may be best in the nation

collectively, and you have Georgia
The Ramblin' Wreck la heavy
choice to win the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference chamDionshin.

Yet I'll say unequivocally that
the SEC will not have an undefeat

ed, untied team for the lourtn
Ktriicht vear.

All the teams are too strong, the
irhedules too toush to allow one

school to dominate.;
With Wade Mitchell and Toppy

iVann ,at quarterback and ball-

backs like Paul Rotenberry,
George Volkert and Stan Flowers,
it's difficult to see how you can
contain the Engineer Offense.

It leeks like Mississippi and Au

burn will battle it out for runner runner-up
up runner-up honors. Mississippi, the Cotton

Bowl champion, has as last a con con-pie
pie con-pie of tackles as you'd want to see
in Billy Yelverton and One Hick Hick-erson
erson Hick-erson and a mighty- fine fullback in
Paige Cothren. Auburn lost a lot.
retains a lot, like guard Ernie
Daniean, end Red Phillips (one of

the best) and taer BODDy rioppe.
Tennessee and Vanderbilt could

threaten Bowden Wyatt got -the

Vols straightened out last year, in
time to make a strong last sea season
son season run. Drum Majors gives him
a good old-fashioned triple-threat
tailharic. Vandv has a first-string

backfield almost as good as Tech's

in Don Orr at auarterback. mil

Kin? switched- from full to left

halfback, Joe Scales at right half

ana a pnenomenai uynuiuuic, un
Butler, at fullback.
The (text bracket would list Tu
lane, Florida, Kentucky and Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana State vi

Andy Pilney had the G re e n
Wave up. to a point last year

where thev wouldn't kowtow to a

nvone. He lost fine guards, Sardis-

co and Burnthorne, but little Gene

Newton is around again to direct

the atUck. Ron Quillian is an un

derrated fullback, and D alton

Truax is a staunch tackle. -f
the Gators steadv at Quarter

back, they'll make trouble. Jackie
Simpson and Jim Rountree mean
ball-carrying trouble, ;.
Kentucky must makr up for the
loss of Bob Harty at quarterback,
but has a nucleus of fine linemen
in tackle Lou Michaels and center

Dave Kuhm v

Paul Dn .el ( 'has something
great to work wilH at LSU in tac tackle
kle tackle Earl Lcggctt, who's been men mentioned
tioned mentioned prominently on All-America
charts. He's 265 pounds and mo mobile.
bile. mobile. Finding backs behind him is
the problem.
In the last group I'd have to
place Mississippi State, Georgia
and Alabama. But don't consign
us to also ran. Even teams in
this category will knock off top
squads having an off-day, sure to
come on tough schedules.
The Maroons are starting a new
regime under Wade Walker, with
a talented bunch of sophomores
and a strong veteran end, Ron
Bennett My Bulldogs should be
improved. Jimmy Orr is a name
you'll remember as a halfback.

Red Roberts has played a lot of

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. NEW YORK (NEA) -Only Jim

or ouuam and Pee -Wee Reese

siayea put in 76 lineup changes en

gineered Dy a desperate Walter
Alston, trying to squeeze Brooklyn

oase uiu oui or a near empty bat
Jackie Robinson batted sev seventh.
enth. seventh. Duke Snider, Carl Furillo
GU Hodges and Roy Campanella
batted eighth, but Jim Gilliam re

mained me only logical lead off
man followed by the remarkable


i uuinrane preiers Jim to Jun Jun-!
! Jun-! tor-has ben in left and right
s I flplnv thl laatnn .a il i j

uui ai uie neaa

pi me strewn, where the real rac

ing oegins, Manager Alston has
him back m a k i n tremondnn.

piays ( secona base.

viuuaiu, tl. is nne Of in nnn

under-rated and under publicized
Players. Onlv thru in th.

,, ,. UIUC

uuy reause nis worth.

lfie Dodgers' lone nniti.nt

regular and ,300 hitter his season,
Gilliam no doubt will not be consi

dered in the most valuable player
balloting. This despite the fact

that the Nashville native has been
even more useful to the : Brooks

wan uon Newcomte; and his

strong ngnt arm

Gilliam was not elected to t h e
All Star Game, but they weren't

looung Alston,- who had the last

say ano named him.

When you mention the Dnrlceri

you think of Hodges of Campanel Campanella
la Campanella or Robinson or the rest o f the

oia pros.,-

rucners don t seem rnnrmd

abou Hodges anv more. Pimm.

nella steps back too much to worJ

ry you. .KODMSOn hit' nn v mnr.


The guy who now is the leading
old Gowanus pro is- Gilliam.

end, but we're leaning a lot on so- Bosseler is highly touted. TJie Hur


Junior Gilliam

Field & Stream

Panama Marlin Club News

By Marsail
There were not as many

boats out fishing around the

Perlas Islands this week as

there were over the Labor Day
week end' but those that did
venture out returned a little
happier than the week before.

The Vikine with Captain John

McConaghy and crew had. a ra rather
ther rather Successful trip. Captain
Chippeaux landed a 300 pound

black marlin, his first, and Mrs.
Mausert caught her first Sail-

fish, a 90 pounder. In addition

to the marlin and sailflsh a

number of dolphin, mackerel

and bonlU.wer caught and all
of the crew cam home very
happy. , , .-,

John Schmidt. Sr.'. on the Cal-1

man II returned on Sunday from

a five-day fishing trip. He and

his crew caught five sailflsh, a
number of dolphin, amber jack,

bonlta and mackerel. Thev rais

ed a total of fifteen sailflsh but
a number of them were on

whole baits which were too
large for the sailflsh to swallow.
The caiman II and the Vik Viking
ing Viking both report that there is
stilt lots of bonita off of San
Jose-Island .and that the dol dolphin
phin dolphin were mqre plentiful this
trip $hs,n for sevwal weeks. ,-
H. P. Burchett, owner of the
La Belna, spent, the, week end at
the Perlas Islands and his son
Dickie caught his first sailflsh.
Of course Papa was no; to be
out done by his son so he also

got a sailflsh, which made a to

tai of two for the triD. Thev

Iguilla last week end and then

sailflsh raised to the Spar Buoy,
on Sunday.
Congratulations to CaptsQfl
Chippeaux, Mrs. Mausert and
Dickie Burchett on your "fir6ts.v

, marr-

reported bait very scarce where; ia ge oneS-

mey were fishing.


Roberta owned bv Chas.

McRaven, fisfied at Bona over
the week end for corbina and
snapper and really loaded Up.
They had about. 300 pounds of
fillets besides a number of snap snapper
per snapper and corbina they brought in
not filleted. : ;
' Lee Kariger and Bill DeVore
were fishing at the' Spar Buoy
Sunday for cortlna and snapper
with spinning tackle when Lee
hooked a Sailflsh, but did not
land it. It begins to look like we

are going too far from home tor
marlin and sailflsh since a mar marlin
lin marlin was caught so close to Tabo-

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nine-letteunan at. Illinois .since

Duke Eddleman. ,, M

"Haller is a great natural ath-l

lete," says Kay Eliot, the foot

ball coach. "I believe he has the

m akirrgs of a truly fine quarter quarterback."
back." quarterback." v..ii ..? w.

Similar sentiments about him

in DasxetDaa and baseball are

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from Montreal hailed as some something
thing something special, Gilliam's name pop popped
ped popped up in every' suggested F li t-

uusn aeai last winter.
But there is room for a r.illiam

on the most crowded roster super-

fiscu vy ouzzy cavasi,

"I couldn't trade Junior,"
smiles Bavasl, vice president in

charge of making important deci-J

sions. wny, ne a De a one man

package deal. It would be 1 i k
passing along four guys, for he's
an infielder, outfielder and a switch
hitter. With the possible exception
of Richie Ashburn, he's the best
leadoff man In, the Nation at
League."' .; I
Gilliam has been In aft tut one

game ims season. He leads the Su-

vvi u3 in oauing, mis, pases on

uaiis, inpies ana stolen bases.

iraumg only Willie Mays of the

uianis in me league in the latter.

n -seconq ro amaer in runs

scorea. .

uue jneai arew raves at sec second
ond second base in spring training, G i 1-1
ham quietly went about the task of

earning nis Kern in left field. Save
for an arm t,at better qualifies
him for second base, he is the most
accomplished left fielder on, the

KlUU, r ,.c .

Charley Dresses was sharply

cnucized when he switched Rob-

mson 10 inira base' ana virtually
benched BiUy Cox. to make room
for; Gilliam at Second in the

spring 01 1S53.

a year ago you heard that fill.

Uam wasn't precisely satisfactory
niiiAtinf m. J li a

But Billy- Southworth, then
scouring for the Braves, knew
what he was seeing in Montreal
in ,1952 1 when he called Gilliam

me sucKest player in the Interna
tional League.

One of the top baseball oar-

gains was closed, Apr. 16. 1951

when Guy Moreau, the Montreal

general manager, paid the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Elite Giants $10,000 for Gil
liam and Joe Black. The latter

was the National League's f o r e-

mosi recruit in 1352 and Gilliam
was sovadjudged in '53. ...

uunam was a catcher as a kid.


1 V ........

-ihk Icelandic sea trout is a
migratory brown trout that spends:
some part of his life in the ocean. I
When he comes back from salt-!
water, the migrant is deep
bodied front ocean feeding and his
brownish color is replaced by a
tfilvery coat heavily covered with

charcoal Mack spots, v s
He is a handsome s ttr o n g fish

common to northern Europe; and

the British Isles. Here in Iceland,

sea trout average about three

pounds in weight but 10 and
12 pounders are always a possi possibility.
bility. possibility. They are many rivsrs where
salmon appear. Pound for pound
the sea trout will outfight ; that
princely gamefish. v

Fishing a long riffle on the
Haffjardara River recently, I hit
a run of five pounders all 27-inch
fish by American standards. I

have been using a 4H ounce glass

fly rod for salmon,' consequently,

my tackle was light enougn to

give the trout plenty of freedom

None of my fish pulled off more
than 20 yards of backing which

a salmon would do in a matter of
seconds but they took to the air

in frenzied end- over eno leaps

One trout made 12 consecutive

jumps before the fly' pulled loose.

In three hours I hooked 19 fish
and landel nine for a total weight
of 58 pounds. Strangely enough,
three anglers fishing about a mile

upstream from me caught noth

ing. I had evidently waded into

the front ranks of moving trout.
Co-mercial netting of s i'mon

and sea trout is prohibited in all

except a few Icelandic rivers

The bulk of the market fish are
taken on rod and reel-, thus-, all
fish must be killed and gtven to

the river pwnet," '.y.'." .-. -'
This is sound conservation in

comparison to h e a v i 1 y n e t ted
North' American.' water, many of
which are- already declminaled,

where limits and legal lengths are
put on sport fishing. --Char and
nrnAlr irntit uhffh arA ici nunrl

swiicnea to infieidlng when urged in many Icelandic rivers and lakes

w uo u uy nmie wniie, trainer of are also In this same category.

the Nashville club

There wasn't any sense In let-

ung tegs like Junior Gilliam's de develop
velop develop catcher's muscles.

The owner will give you permis

sion to fish and in some cases even
supply a boat but the fish belong
to him. ,

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THE STORYr Although Emmett Cosh' tried to makers thuemon,- he

fin; outlaw ot f rank Ude, the tan arirrer parrs company

with Emmett and rides to the Rafter C, where fcmmett s

fralf-sister Jean Cash, has offered him a job.

' FJtANK UDE was thinking a
kn1 tii confidence Jean Cash ob

yioysly possessed, to lead h c r

ranch nanas to expec ";.
aL "No trouole finatitg the place,

be said. "You always on we too
ouf for strangers?" .
- Th nM man rhuckled nOlSlly.

ope, we ain't partial-to outsid

er Not in this country. ar as
you was concerned, she was fear fear-el
el fear-el you'd get yourself into a fight."
JJvanlc swung his gaze in time

wK9toh the horse-breaker make

hi"-rast toward the horses mill

ing around the inner edge of the

ntlosure. He saw the rope run o-

ver a bay gelding, part-Morgan,
part thoroughbred. It was a wild wild-eyed,
eyed, wild-eyed, game little horse that tossed
nil' mane as the rope hit him,
then started to leap. But there
wpre other horses crowded around
him and there was no place in

which he could escape.

..The old man climbed down

fro m the fence and swung open
adoor in the slabbing. One on
the ground he walked with all the
bqwlegged malformity his pose a a-tu&
tu& a-tu& the slabs had suggested. This

etme from spending his life a a-bnatd
bnatd a-bnatd a saddle, Frank decided.
When he bad the "gate operi the old

man hazed the other, horses

through the chute into a holding
pen. That left the horse break breaker
er breaker alone with the roned bay.

Frank had never seen an ani

mal broken so gently before.
Bound and round ran the ; bay
gelding, kicking his heels against
the plank. The dust lifted m lay

ers and the rill of the wind swept

It across the corral. AH tne while
the breaker, kept the rope t a u t,
playing with the bay like a fish,
wearing him down but not injur injur-in
in injur-in him. . v" -.
r When the horse' commenced to
t'e the' breaker 'drew1 in slowly.
Pi the while he kept talking. The
' id of the voice sent an exhili
j in through Frank. This Was a
; 'nan's voice. Jean Cash topped
' her own' mounts! ..
s In'v she had the horse at her
i"lder, allowing hira to sniff at

her hand. She led mm to a cor

ner where her 'saddle and bridle

lay on the ground. Frank began to

appreciate the -advantages of. uie

square breaking pen the way Jean

used it. In the corners a breaker
could work near his animal. Un Unlike
like Unlike the usual round pen, the cor corner
ner corner presented a Constance, choice
of a turn for the horse. Frank saw
that Jean would teach the gelding
more swiftly the meaning of the

rein than she could have dona

without that constant choice of a
turn at each blind corner. He stu studied
died studied her work, admiring her skill,
and knowing he was watching a
performance few men had the pri privilege
vilege privilege of witnessing. ; 1 -
SHE stayed in her saddle until
she had ridden the meannesss off
the bay. For the first time now
she paid Frank the compliment of
acknowledging his L presence. He
dropped down into the pen know knowing
ing knowing she had appealed to him. ear earlier,
lier, earlier, in Cashtown, with despera desperation
tion desperation urging her on, and: be had
failed her. ,- : v
; The bay stood In sweaty heat
showing very little fright when
Frank unsaddled him. The sur surprising
prising surprising thing had been that the
bay had not bucked under Jean.
- "Buck? Sure he'd buck," Jean
smiled. "I just don't give him a
chance. I do what I call gentle
breaking of my horses. The thing
to remember is that you're mak making
ing making a friend of yonr animals. It's
something few breakers jcare a a-bout."
bout." a-bout." '. :. ;
"You might say the same about
a man,", she told him with her

smile dying.' "Except the -usual
male creature hasnt', the sense of
ahorse and can never have the

It was rebuff for his refusal to

work for her earlier in the after

noon. He wondered if she was still
annoyed by him r if this bite of vit-,

riol was all the i reprimand she
would give him. ti

She asked seriously,' "I've been

wondering what's wrong in your;

past. Have you ridden the outlaw:


"There's been no lawman on my

with vour brother,

It was an unintentional slap in
return for her own frankness. She
was looking at him and he noted
particularly no altering of her ex expression.
pression. expression. But he knew he had bit
hard with those words.
"You've changed your 'mind
since this afternoon?' she said,.
FRANK rolled a cigaret. "Yes.

There's something I've got to say,

in a a in ,uu ia giua uu.
"I should tell you I don't need
you 'anymore. It would serve you
right," she said calmly, "But I
can't."Bafter C needs a man."
She let her glance run past him,
hoping he would miss the strange
excitement that swept her. In his
quiet pronouncement she had read
a high tribute. All other flattery
men had ever spoken to her had
been empty, inept, in view of the
simple praise Frank had paid her.

He was a big man, solid in spirit

and mind, larger than-she had at

first supposed, and his compliment
thrilled her as men's talk had nev never
er never thrilled before. At the Outset
she had judged him as one who
knew how to use a gun, but now
this part seemed to have receded
into secondary importance.

e kept regarding her as : she

stood facing the scarlet sunset.

This Jean Cash wasn't Janet of

the Anchor. "Jean was clean and
strong, a woman who enjoyed the

battle against the wilful spirit of

ner norses. .


CAMP FIRE CONFERENCE Caroline Zlrkman of Balboa and
Jan Carlson of Illinois talk over the problems of a counsels
lor-to-be,over a dying camp fire at the Counsellor, In, Train-.
; tag Program, at Bear Mountain, New York. ff t ;-.
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acii student: counselloi- rims

onp particularr field .in-., which, .to

the Canal Zone delegates looked fnd special, ceremonies. After re re-forward
forward re-forward to leaving their hard beds e"c,n onthis subject,; she. gave

on the ground in favor, of mner-i

kuuic id me group. and as a

practical example, she wrote the

weciuy. icout a Own. a medita

uve, program, which is traditinn-

Zonions Asked
To Observe.

Constifution Week
A Zone-wide observance of Con Constitution
stitution Constitution Week which begins next
Monday has been asked bv w. F

Potter. The week of Sept 17 to 2?!

nas Deen aesignated as Constitu
tion Week by presidential pro
clamation. ,- ; r-
Potter called attention tdf Presi President,
dent, President, Eisenhower's f proclamation

and requested that all C'nal Zone

residents participate in Oe obser
vance to the fullest extent possible.

The Constitution ot the United

States was siened in. Philadelphia

on sept, it, .urn.

spring mattresses;, but the eighth

Caroline Zlrkman, Had only a

for another (Campaign adventure. aUy given on Sunday for a cam cam-4:
4: cam-4: Caroline's next destination was PT at Oolden Knot., t .;;

Camp Golden Knot to Bear Moun-r interesting a nd inspiring

visii ine siuaent coun counsellors,
sellors, counsellors, made- to a cerebral' nlsv

tain,; New York. Here she became

a member of, !he-Counsellor in


Training Program, the object of, f"1? mhe.area.-Here they saw

"re.iraiuu m syrcianzea work
done; by other counsellors. .They
were roost impressed by; a rendi rendition
tion rendition of "Annie Get YourGun"
when .the patients put on uv their
honor. Of this performance Caro

une saio, vi jearned so much just
seeing what natienee anil harH

work Thas accomplished with those

which Ls to train -16 and. 17-year-

old girls to become camp counsei-

The four-week -course began by

the eight members of the unit

evaluating their camping skills.

after which they each, set to work
to bring! her personal competence
up to it's highest level. Following

this, consultants came in. to teaclil

the trainees. Finally, they quali

fied to act as student counsellors
for the younger unit in the camp.

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Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick

Typical p-oblems vthat student,
counsellors learned to tope with
were homesickness, in which they
found that patience and firmness

were the greatest

problems, which generally cured;

themselves .after the .first- meal

time, timidity and aggressiveness
both of which called for a large;

helping or, understanding.
, Actual programs the student
counsellors organized by them

selves for the younger -' campers

were Rainy Day activities, a ipro. ipro.-gressive
gressive ipro.-gressive dinner for the entire
camp nd various campfires

(one indoor). They also took an

active part in Protestant religioJ

ou8 Service's, and asisted with


The first hike the group planned

Drought on the first rainy day
after a week of cloudless skies.
However, hot wishing to Jet down

the com munties they 'represented
they all sturdily kept- on with

their plans. They regretted their
hardiness after about four hours,
and found an inn in which they

hehr eating Pianne sneuer, only to dicover

it over for, the afternoon. Ratherjing, cooking, boating,, 'swimming,
than mingle their dungarees with' square dancing, 'dramatic, ama ama-th
th ama-th daintily clad clubwomen, the teur photography and simple

gins eiectea w sit under a tree craur.


BOATOG PiraiC-Caroltoe Zlrkman, -ffar' left) picnics in t rowboat on Lake Kanawauk
with twa,of her fellow trainees, as part of the activities of the Girl Scout ounsellor-In-Trraining
.Program, at which, aha. jepresented the Canal Zona this aummer,


ZONE PATROL Senior Crl Scouts from Jie Canal Zone set out from Knund-Vp Camp in th
officia' tmiform of the Koimd-Up. Left t) right Karen C ate, Jean teaman, Caroline Zirk Zirk-inan,
inan, Zirk-inan, C rudia. Davis, Marguerite Engelke and Martha Johnson.

Flying TigerSAce
Leoyes Hospital 1
Maj. Gen Claire Chennanlt.
former commader of "the World
War II Flying Tigers, was dis
charged from Walter Reed Army
Medical Center. -t
Chennault, who now operates a
Far Eastern airline, underwent a
chest operation Aug. 29. The na na-true
true na-true of his ailment was not dis disclosed,
closed, disclosed, ; ... i


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in the drizzle and eat their sand

wiches. ,....:..''' ',-:' :'v t

The second hike they took covrm
ed 16 miles-with only one water
stop, and they arrived back at

camp feeling that they had prqven
their ability on the hoof.

Some of the skills the student
counselors were aple to teach dur-
ing this course were basic camp

craft, acuvites such as fire build-

Caroline- who is ..a Junior at

Balboa High School was the camp

council 'representative for the
Counsellor In Training Unit dur

ing the season hhe has been in

vited to return to Camp Golden

Knot next summer as a Junior

Counsellor. Asked if she intends

to take ..the job, she says,

wouldn't miss it for anything, in



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EVERYBODY DOES KP Beth Bialkowskt and Kathleen Cox
take their turn at KP at the Senior Round-Up in Michigan

this summer. 1 . i ,

WRITING HOME Caroline Zirkman-writes home t her iqlkJ
-in Balboa from. flound-Up -Camp la Michigan,

; wear polleras and montunos at Round Up camp at Michigan
thla summers From left to right standing Beth Biakowski,
Caroline Zlrkman, Jean Seaman, Kathleen Coxy Marguerite
Engelker kneeling Martha Johnson and Claudia Davis, seat seated
ed seated Karen Coate,



ONE MORE RIVER Peggy Skogland of New Jersey and Caro Caro-J
J Caro-J line Zlrkman cross a rickety bridge on the last lap of their IS
mile hike'aack to their tLrdquartera at -Camp Golden Knot,
Hear Mountain :


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rE National Anthem of the
United States, "The Star
Spangled .Banner," was Inspired
by the heroic defense of Fort
McHenry, Baltimore, against a
bombardment by a British Invad Invading
ing Invading fleet, Sept, 13-14, 1814. The
verses Francis Scott Key was
moved to write that night began
to attract wide public notice
Sept 21, when published first in
- the Baltimore American with the
note, "Tune: Anacreon In Heav Heaven."
en." Heaven." It was sung publicly first on
Oct 19 at a theater. -The
stars of the flag have in inspired
spired inspired puzzlers to construct In Ingenious
genious Ingenious and entertaining posers,,
as you can see here. In the above
example, the 48 stars have been
arranged for puzzle purposes In
a slightly abnormal order.
Start with a pen or pencil at
star No. 42. Too are to Join all
the stars with lines that may be
parallel to a side ot the arrange arrangement
ment arrangement or run diagonally from cor corner
ner corner to corner. Therejnay not be
more than 12 lines in all. How However,
ever, However, stars may be crossed more
than once. -V
; It W possible to fulfill the re-
quirements stated above In one
continuous movement of your pen
or pencil. Don't peek now, but.
a diagram of the solution appears
elsewhere in the page.
3 9
A3 a party icebreaker, take ten
matches from a matchbook
and arrange them In the outline
of a house, as above, and ask
someone to change the direction
' in which the house faces by mov moving
ing moving only two of the sticks from
v which It Is constructed to new
First of course, you will have
solved the problem yourself. How
quickly can you do soT
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pSOT REPORTS on select new
D books of interest : to home
craftsmen, hobbyists and collec collectors.
tors. collectors. Selected by Clark Kinnaird.
Masterpieces of World Litera Literature,
ture, Literature, edited by Frank N. Magil)
(Harper: $7.50). This second
, series of summaries ot great
novels, tales, epic poems and
plays "for busy people" lor
"would-be writers) has some 500
subjects by 325 writers. It is a
revision and expansion of Vola.
HI and IV ot an earlier work of
Mr. Magill's, entiUed "Master "Master-plots."
plots." "Master-plots." About a third of the books
condensed are by 20th century
authors Faulkner, O'Hara, War Warren,
ren, Warren, T. S. Eliot Elizabeth Bowen,
Welty, O'Neill. H. L Davis, Gra Graham
ham Graham Greene, Sartre, McCuliers,
Joyce Cary, Orwell, E v e I y n
Waugb, et aL Note: The first
series of "MasterploU" Is In print
under that title. ;
World Aircraft Recognition
Manual by C H. Gibbs-Smlth
and U E. Bradford (John De
Graff, 269 pages: J3 50). This
up-to-date revision ot the au au-thors
thors au-thors Aircraft Recognition Man Manual,
ual, Manual, effects a new approach to
aircraft spotting and classifica classification.
tion. classification. Photos and silhouettes of
all flying machines are arranged
under general headings, of
straight-wing, swept-wing, delta delta-winged,
winged, delta-winged, rotary-winged. An Intro Introductory
ductory Introductory chapter on recognition
training gives the manual extra
value as a reference work for the
vita) aircraft spotters' corps of

Match Magic
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Making Two
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ANOTHER star-spangled puz puzzle
zle puzzle requires the use of scis scissors.
sors. scissors. If none are tiandy when
you pick up this page, tear it out
and save it till you can mount
this arrangement on stiff paper,,
and can wield scissors on it
. Cutting on straight lines only,
divide the arrangement of,,
twenty-five squares into four sec sections
tions sections that can then be formed
. into two perfect squares, as at
: right, in' which each star retains
its position above a stripe,"
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uio)oq o U a OAop ouq) 'au
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; Optical Illusion ,' :
, TpiERE is a simple method
whereby anyone, apparently,
can see through a solid object
All that Is required is a tube
of paper, about an inch In diam diameter
eter diameter and a foot long. The tube is
held to the right eye, while the
other hand holds the object a
matchbox or a playing card, for
, example, alongside of the tube,
oo the left
Both eyes are kept-open, and a
remarkable optical. Illusion re results.
sults. results. It appears as though one
Is looking through the Object,.
the United States Air Force.
Complete Book of the Wild
Turkey, by Roger M. Latham
(Stackpole, 264 pages: $4.95).
Had Ben Franklin's original pro proposal
posal proposal for the Great Seal been
accepted, the wild turkey would
have been our national emblem
In place of the bald eagle. Other
early Americans bespoke admira admiration
tion admiration for the game qualities of the
bird species which the colonists
found abundant in the eastern
half of America. Then,, through
lack of appreciation, the wild
turkey was allowed almost to
disappear. Fortunately, efforts of
modern admirers of Genus Me Me-leagris
leagris Me-leagris are proving 'successful 'successful-wild
wild 'successful-wild turkeys are reappearing in
large numbers. Mr. Latham cov covers
ers covers the history, propagation and
hunting of the bird in a fine gift
book for a sports-minded reader.
There are line illustrations by
Ned Smith.
The Book of Wild Flowers, by
Elsa Felsko (Thomas Toseloff,
Inc, 231 pages: $3.50).. For those
who have difficulty in Identifying
the uncultivated flowers that dot
fields and woods, this should be
the perfect reference manual. It
identifies, In Miss Felsko's exact
exquisite water-color drawings
(reproduced In full color plates)
some 160 varieties of flowering
"weeds" and forebears of the cul cultivated
tivated cultivated flowers, from Adonis to'
Yarrow, giving both the familiar
names and the botanical appella- T
tions applicable to each.

Weighty Pwbhn

AS a birthday gift, Mintmore
bought his wife nine- beauti beautiful,
ful, beautiful, genuine diamonds all exactly
v alike in size and shape. The
same afternoon the Jeweler called
to tell him that a mistake had
been .made and that one ot the
diamonds was fake. This stone,
he added, could be detected be because
cause because it weighed less than the
others, and If Mr. Mintmore
would find It and return It, be
would replace It with a real one.
Mintmore tried to find the fake I
diamond bj weighing each, but
soon gave up and asked the
Jeweler to send someone over to
do the weighing. It took the
jeweler's assistant Just two aim
pie weighings with a balance
scale to locate the fake diamond.
How did he do ttt
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Out of One
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". Scaling the, Trees
T"WO trees are growing In the
garden. One is three times
taller than the other. Half the
height of the shorter tree is
twenty feet less than the height
of the taller tree. What Is the
height of each tree?
' ' nesj jnoj-Xinaai
it eae lea lqSia t euo :jbv
By Eugene Shefler
1 Goddess the Ephesians wor worshiped.
shiped. worshiped. (Acts. 19:28)
S Of what place was Melchtze Melchtze-dek
dek Melchtze-dek the king? (Gen. 14:18) -IWWhose
house I have made
v the wilderness, and the
land his dwellings" (Job 39:6)
12 Who was taken up to heaven
In a chariot of fire? (2 Ki,
2:11), .,...
14 Cure-alls,
16 Ogler. ...
18 Forays
19 Beverage. : i
21 Climb. ;
22 Toward the sheltered side...
23 Al what river did Ezra pro proclaim
claim proclaim a fast? (Ezra 8:21)
25 Small casks.
26 Until (var.) ; '
27 Reduce to ashes."
29 Female of .the deer.
30 Printer's measure. i
31 Injures.
32 Unit of weight iised by the
ancient Jews. (1 20:39)
34 What ancient country was
paired with Persia? (Dan.
8 20) V ...
35 Front ftece of a helmet
36 Projecting rod on a car wheel.
38f "Wherefore glorify ye the
1 Lord in the even the
name of the Lord God of
Israel in the Isles of the sea."
Usa. 2415)
39 Chemical symbol for ruth ruthenium.
enium. ruthenium. 41 Steep flax.'
2 Stoats.
44 Japanese coin.
45 Utter.
47 Sea eagles.
48 African lake,
49 Harmonized.
61 "And the Spirit and the bride
Come.", (Rev. 22:17)

(gjuiz (gncGswohp With Wisdom from the WMe

to Use Your Hat
-v .'- -VFHO
doesn't love to have mastered a few
' tricks which entertain and, if afl goes well,
baffle folks a,t a party T Almost any .one can
acquire a repertoire of them through practice.
The deft bit of magic of making a hat spin In
the air is done by the stage magician with a very

simple apparatus. Tou can duplicate it.

Cut a suck in cylindrical shape a little larger
than a lead pencil and two feet long. Drive a
brad Into the end of the stick and allow It to
project a quarter of an Inch, File the brad to
a sharp point
Take a soft hat and toss It In the air, giving It
a whirl to make It spin. Then as the hat tails,
catch It by the brim with the pointed stick and
give It a light push upwards. This action causes
the hat to spin all the faster. Each time the bat
starts to descend give It another thrust with the
stick, as before, and It will keep on spinning.
As a final gesture, flip It to drop upon your head.

' Snitching Some

oo'. too-
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PLACE eight coins, all of the same denomination,
In a row, the first, third, fifth and eighth coins
heads up and the other four reversed, arranging
them as Indicated in the diagram "A" above.
The puzzle for you to solve la how to form the
eight Into four pairs, as shown In the diagram at
"B," in only four moves by moving one coin clear
over two others at each move. And do not be misled
by the distances separating the pairs of coins on
either side of. "B." They may be closer together.
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Fun with Cryptograms

roURTEEN short words, three of them repeated, fout men ttom u ordinary Mt and arrange them as
make this an easy crypt to solve. When you shown In a straight row.
have discovered how the letters have been substi- "sit-(qnop put jnoj-qnop stn-vt(4 jnn-iqnop q
tuted. vou can read the ouotaUon from Pone on I" PJ0 w w-iurq J oi aoui vq

the subject of the advantage ot

Remember, the lengths of words are vital clues.
One-letter words, of course, are usually "A" or "I,"
for there are no other one-letter words except the
poetio "0." Commonest two-letter x words are: on,
an, he, in, we, it, us, to, or, of, Is. Three-letter words
are Ukely to be "the" or "and." Others are: for,
who, are, one, any, you, has, his, get, say, see, man,
she, may, did, but
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)Vi 4A0H '8qSUM JOB ( U im
T Lf I
A STER you've solved this one,

versatlonal Icebreaker. .
How many nines are required to number a row
ot houses (on both aides of a street) from 1 to 100
It's surprising how- many will, get the wrong total
the first time. ."
Time limit: nine minutes. '
' 'Xiaajii ( pepaaa saara JO t0! aqx t jaraf
rTHE names of the two fruits, which are concealed
in each of the following sentences, are found by
Joining two or more words or parts of words:
L Flo rang earlier as there was a bargain sale

S. "Give me my cap. please-
request as he appeared to be In
8.-1 sh'aU tip each servant if
rlcb aunt" said Sally.
sm Tjosaj i !aj iddv 1 loootai
52 Juicy berry.

55 "The Is worthy of his re
ward." (1 Tim. 5:18)
57 Missive Claudius wrote to
, Felix. (Acts 23:25)
59 Primer.
60 'The tower ot even unto
the border of Ethiopia." (Ezek.
29:10) r
61 Omits. In printing.
. 1 Prophet whose faith saved
him In the lions' den. ;
2 Turkish decree.
3 Curves, .
4 Bora . .. ..
5 "If any man 'love not the Lord
Jesus Christ let him be
... Maranatha." (1 Cor. 16:22)
6 Symbol for selenium.-
7 "Moreover the profit ot the
earth is for lEcci. 8:9)
8 Falsehoods. :
9 Oust
10 Plunderer.
11 To what heathen god did
Manasseh build altars? (2
Chron. 33:3)
13 'The wine ot (Ezek.
Tl 4 Babble.
15 Juncture Unes.
17-k.Piace into position again.
20 A place from which the Israel-
ites were taken by the As Assyrian
syrian Assyrian to dwell In Samaria -(2
KL ,17:24) ,
23 Backward. (French)
24 Dresses. 1 i
27- Pedd)e.
28 Lessens, -t
31 Female fowl ''
33 Spanish definite article.
34 Afternoon performances.
35 What did Ahab ask Naboth to
give hiroT (1 Ki, 21:2)
36 Worries.
O 193S. Kin I Faaturea 8jadlcta, las.


TWO subjects as confusing ,and' controversial as
any are time and politics, With the former fast
running out on the latter as the 'Presidential race
reaches Its climax partisan speakers stumping, the
country may find it necessary to speed up their
schedules. Hypothetlcaliy, for ,lnstanc one might
use a swift Jet plana to get from the East coast to
Solve It in One Move

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9 O

If In
are four
Just one

a straight row with the double-four right of the
double-three: the blank-five left of the double-six;
the double-three left of the blank-five and the
double-eix right of the double-four. Instead of cut-
tins th font, ilnnlium mt n thta nan

truth telling.

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QB tNS "
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AT' V square of the
il1te L0Unt thrust the three

try It as on eon'
This puzzle, one
was Percy' Ute was originated by

a hurry to depart ufeieo ol V"1'
I go to visit my tw Chinese Rings. You will find a discussion
, to the Encyclopedia of Puzzles faetlmfes

eiirwo 1 tjr ., s;'
37 "It is not for kings, O It
is not for kings to drink wine:
nor for princes strong drink.'
(Pr. 31:4? :
38 Conclusive.
39 Harvester. ",
40- "But after that faith to come
i we are no longer a
tinnlmmter Gal. 8:25)

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men from a set of dominoes. Sea
move you can re-arrange them In

You Can Make : This

FASCINATING puzzle can be made with a
piece of heavy cardboard and three nails. Cut

cardboard about a foot square, and
nails through it, evenly spaced, to

Bniv ma biuw yv&m ui v. tw.w wiu vitw vi&ut
discs, of graduated radii, from one about the circum circumference
ference circumference of a silver dollar np to one about the cir :
cumferenee ot a drinking glass. Punch holes through
the center ot these and the puzzle is ready, as pic-
tured above,
At the start, all the discs are on one of the pegs,
the largest at the bottom and the others arranged
upon it in order according to sixe. That arrange
ment will, of course, put the smallest on top.
The problem is to transfer all ot the discs to an-'
other of the pegs so that at no time Is any diso
underneath a larger one. All three pegs may be
used- . .' r . .-
' You may have to bum the midnight oil over this 1
one, but it can he solved. i ?

of the most popular ever Invented,
a mathematiciiui In a French unl-
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43 Married woman's title.
44 Divides.
46 Touchy.,
48 Incomplete. ''..
50 Biblical fruit
52 Objective.
64 Blemish.
66-"The that Is In the land
of Assyria." (Isa. 7:18)
58 Note In the scale.



the west coast as stated In the
following problem, it's a simple
poser but one entailing that pus pus-sling
sling pus-sling factor of crossing our coun country's',
try's', country's', several time sones. The
question is this:
A Jet plane leaving New STorfe
at 4:30 p. m covering the dis distance
tance distance to the Pacific coast In IVt
hoars, would land to Los Angeles
at what time?
Shown on the map above are
our country's time zones. The
hours pictured are not those rep-
resented In the problem, but have
been included to permit compari comparison.
son. comparison. Daylight Saving Time la
not a factor. v ,
How quickly can you solve It?
T(30p,o jnoj ) laieStrr
By Jessie R. Smtih :
1. Take one from the Roman
numeral for nineteen. ..
3. Thu$ do I sing my merry,
merry tons,
Whenever the winds blow.
4. Tear Theodore Roosevelt
was elected President
6. A full house: cards of one
kind and only of another.
7. Clue: We do not count a
man's years until he has nothing
else to count
9. The city of Butte, Mont, la
said to be mile high and
mile deep.
10. Three score three.
,11, Smg a long o TV for the
and fallbirdt packing
4 tommygunsl
14. Sextet ."
15. Tae Star-Spangled Banner
suggests what number?
down ;
: 1. Largest whole number by
which' 145 can be divided (not
2. Looks like the middle of the
moon. .
3. A horse has lees In front
hind ,elr. hmMni,
c nundred eleven
, 5. When life begins at Ifi
6. dozea,of on, even
or another.
8. A batter who's been up three
times without a hit Is said to
have gone for
12. Hidden to: i
f-: eyes were tnide for see
" TJien beauty has its own ea
- ctue for being.
13. The "-step dance; the un unlucky
lucky unlucky ball in pool.
14. If Brazil is larger than the
If. S., write 6; If smaller, write &
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Tongue Twisters
D EPS AT- aloud as rapidly aa
possible without tripping:
Freshly tried fish flashed past.
Six score slimy serpents slyly
slithered slowly southward.
Sleepy Susan, slender and sad,
eat on the seashore and sang
silly songs.

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PARADE OF PROTESTThe New Delhi Communists sponsored this parade in the
Indian capital. The demonstrators carried this sign reading, "Hands Off Egypt."

- J THE GOLDEN CATEWAY TO VlCTORY?--The beautiful, city of San Francisco is shown from the air,' a view that few Republican delegates will, get 'a
ST ; eir conventions -jThe camera is looking outward toward the majestic Golden Gate' bridge, the famed gateway: to the Pacific ocean.

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All Is Fair



1Z' 'x 'i' ". ALIFORNIANS; and residents of othe states, too, now are counting the days
,T! ,"-.-V: until the annual California State Fair and FxDosition An?. 29-Snntc 9 in I

U . 6acrament6.i One of the highlights this year will be a clown show, "Clowna-

. ma,"' direct- from Holly wood.. The- hortlbulture show will offer $13,671

in casn prizes, ; ;i here a rabbit show, and a, show to display apparel C
for promenading poochesi There also will be two kinds of peaches, of course,




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Models display early entries in the 48 states' flag
display. They are (from left) Molli Baldwin, R. I.;
Loretta Branchcomb; Wash.Ajudi Bregman, Calif.:

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Sally Kinch and Christinl Ptrri

are not fooling the redining

Houdini and Great Dane April he'p Ro Ro-chello
chello Ro-chello Foster announce that the fair vi'l

WHISPERING GIANT Britain's newest and biggest 'airlier,4he Bristol Britan Britannia,
nia, Britannia, soars through the skies over California on a. tour of the United States.


NO MORE RUSTIINGA. Jafamillo and G. Arboleda, with their porters, show
one of the jaguars they bagged in Colombia. "Within a few months, a group of ;
North American big game hunters will come to Colombia to hunt jaguars such as
this one. Jaguars have destroyed cattle throughout Central 4nd South America. A

COTTAGE FOR THE AGED Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kreisler relax with Mother Bcma-
dette de Lourdes on the lawn in front of the cottage which the couple donated
to Use CarmrVte r ;-rs -r the Ajd I"':r". t p -' c ....




f ,


CeFeve It Or Jot Inlcr-Contincntc! Ferry
lYc?!'s Shortest, Qicst, Checpsst

(See Stcry end Pictures, Pases 2 '& 3):





i -:---


Bargain church! The Panama Railroad told K fer one dollar.

Barf ain houses! These are joint for fee e, if Congress permits. Colon of course.

About 30 feet bp on this tree, a coconut paint started to
trow and now Is a food-sized tree itself.


(Pix and Text

Unless vou keen vour eves open.

you're apt to tread all over be-!
heve it or nots in Panama and the
Canal Zone. This area is full of,
the odd, unusuaf and incredible.!
But you have to develop .the habit'
of looking for them.
Last year I was asked to line
up some believe-it-or not facts for
Doug Slorer, the man who now
heads the organization founded by.

tiie late Ripley. 1 got about 40 with
no trouble. :- I
This fellow Storer was especial

ly Interested in the Thatcher fen
when he found out about it. 1
was explained that it must certain-!
ly be an lnter-continentar ferry be
cause it runs -between North and
South America. If you question
this, where else are the two conti-
nents completely separated? I

I As an inter-continental ftrry,

it must surely be the w e r I cTs
shortest. Sim of the fellowy I
play golf with claim they could
drive a bait from La Eoce te
the Wt Bank, the distance Is
so short. After they talk about it
a while, they can do it with
nine ironl
This reminds me of the New
England town meeting where it
was proposed to build a bridge a a-cross
cross a-cross a tiny creek. Opposing the
needless expense, one Yankee
farmer said, "Ain't no reason te
bridge that crick. 1 could spit hall
way across it."
The chaiman rapped with the
gavel and said, "You're out of or order!"
der!" order!" -

Yer dernd right I'm out ot or
der" replied the farmer. "If I was
feeling good, I could spit all vthe
way across."
Anyway, the La Boca ferry is
shortest of any ferries Storer
knew about in the lnter-continen

Qoia,Y?r"''r'ninf4 Ceorje Green would base liked this ns"riL

You mean the t..'e e- e li 1 'v' ?."
.la this cell? " --"

1 -t.T C

.Hi li TVQ
... .

( Rusted tribute t a vain attempt t build the Panama Canal by French forces.

Co.-t s-".t 1 fnoiUM t (l 'U-r of the San Elds Islands.

nd 07j3

- i i

nuui ins

if class. He figured It was the
ik.'st in that class, tod. Then,
n he learned it was free of
harge, he realized it was the
I I'K'St. '. ' --' I
l.ijts how believe-it-or-not fea
ures are built up. 1
t .1 the same basis be wanted a
ulure of the Miraf lores bridge as
i the only one between North
I ijjuth America.,
lectures are very essential t
scenting believeit-or not. fea fea-lire
lire fea-lire lor the artist, who draws
e sketches of remote areas of
world and the fascinating od-,
therein, may never have tra-'
1 more than 10 blocks from
drawing board on the Avenue
I t'e Americas in New York Ci-

lake the gear In the control tow
r at Mirafiores. With the permis permis-ion
ion permis-ion of Panama Canal .officials,1
Song Storer visited there. He took
uovies of ships transiting, of him-'
at the controls, and then had
t few stills taken by me. He want-j
d to have the measuring devices
Kid other .equipment in clear de-j
ail so the artist could repro-,
uice them sufficiently well to a a-co
co a-co d criticism.
He wanted the movies because
c appears on TV in something
connected with believe-it-or not'

features. He also publishes books
on the subject, and does ads for a
big industrial organization in the
States. When he gets hold of a be believe
lieve believe it or-not, Storer really wrings
all the juice out of it.
The Plaza de Francia fascinated
him. First, there were the Chiri Chiri-qui
qui Chiri-qui prisons where, so the old sto stories
ries stories go, prisoners were confined
when the tide was out. When the
monumental Panama tides came
in, they filled the prison cells, and
informally executed the prisoners.
There are books at the Panama
Canal library which describe the
shrieks of the prisoners as the in incoming
coming incoming tide brought the water
higher and higher in the prison
ceils. Whether the author had any
more proof of it than Storer and
myself is problematic. It makes a

blood-curdling story for the tab
loMs anyway.;
The monument to the chicken
emd interesting. When ha
found it wasn't raised to t h
champion figting cock of galli-na-conscious
Panama, it became
mora to. FeW Americans asso associate
ciate associate the chanticleer with being
the symbol of the French Republic.

At the base of the monument,

there are various plaques, one be

(Continued on rage 6)

'H w -t bor t'i
. aatut the mi'-rt t

i .f rtr just what parapher parapher-s
s parapher-s ic. Dong Storer la action.

too coconuts like those shown in the cayu eo means fit cash.

' .Memorial pf te Psnamp!a peef'e U t fee French wh atteirptca t build an inter.

ceattic canal at I an nua.

Wt ANB utwto IT V"t IIIV ..VCA ES, inc.
. A--. tovc
f rarr o m 134 r...A. ft. P.

CM ,a Til J0"" t.CA. PANAMA
34S Maoi&on Ava. Mew vomu 1171 n f. ,
J Mont ."
w, ... abvanc. 4 2

- ty vr;":s rberman
.: Henceforth, the mind perceiving
In muUbilt'y
Of th heart s long grieving:
That eternity ;
Canceled by the glowing
Of the burnished mind;
h'oi ted arteries are tng
T.O a crimson, wind.
The mind must deign, to salvage
Gather the scattered cleavage
What the heart has lost.
; At Immortal cost.

' .. I v .: 'fnm New Yrk Times.
By Toward Kemeiwy :
J the s?n&3 territory and time
etweea on wave and the next, they run
iwn toe beaeh and back, eating things
VZLh, see a, convenient for them. -!
surface only when the sand gets wet.
Cmall, darper birds, they make me think
Of commuters seen, say, la an early movie,
Til?" J5 rouRn ecreen wavers, where the light
Jerks and seems to rain; of clockwork dolls :
' el.H?s on the sidewalk, drawing a crowd
Iesuie the newsstand at five o'clock, their lew '
ut this comedy is based upon exact ;
Perceptions, and delicately balanced
Between starvation and the sea
Though sometimes I have seen one slip and faH
From, either the undertow or greed
euj eating. I have never seen
t ti P. flutters rattier than flies
Out to begin eating again at once.
Now they are over every outer beach,
froerasUnating steadily southward
to endlessly local comings and goings.
Whenever a flock of them takes flight
And flies with the beautiful unison
Of banners in the wind, they are
No longer funny. It is their courage
5tW2f8l.Ji Ui?word 18 whn compared
With tlieir thoughtless precisions, that strikes
Me when I watch them hidden and revealed
Between two waves, lost in the sea's
lost color as they distance me flylne
. From winter already, while I 1
Am in August When suddenly they turn
Irrunlson, all their bellies shining
Like mirrors white with flashing signals
I cannot read, I wish. them well.

From The New Yorker

, 1-CC:;2-;TlCI':rD 'CT,7""T F.7 Ttis air-conditioned "sewer r'iV is c.T oa a r.S.i



" Ilk $49,089 ."SMsMbOe" is SS feet lonjfc t'iit feet wiJ and U fwt l.'t. I year-rcuad sir-v
conditionini unit is w eaouc-li to srve a small house. la adiiU a to i s iotf f r.S.
the rolling exhibit will go to Canada ia itili'-'


H-nioist tour of to VS. t-u.-t by a divLaon f Arroco el CoT:r-5'-m, of j;ya;e-.i

Oiiio, it contains a complete e.L;',.t of the company's muiiK.'psl ai 1. y t-rciih-'s, I

corrugated steel pipe, aoounted on tinier 'fee?s, yesembles Tef.ul swr p"p ia ever 1




t 1



il M

If'!?' -.1 f f 1

WASHINGTON i-- Tb ui' k

bsrred from PresWeot Eiseabow-

ers farm, but tins eoluma feas
uncovered some f its secrets.
liidJen in bis basement, for ex

ample, is another deep freeze

s'wy , 4
This if thft hmniM nnliniw.


uim causea me l rum an aamin aamin-wtration
wtration aamin-wtration so much trouble. Ia 19J.
Uai t'.f.n Ilarrv Vaunhan a.

ceoted. two deirt frp(7 imita ac

gilts for himself and the First

laay, uess xrumaa. Never has
such a cold machine generated so
much heat. The frA07r trains

the subject of angry editorials,

pouucai aaacKs ana iinany a con
rressional invMti?9iinn

This raliimn mr rmAri vWv

lie's basement contains not one

dui wree deep freeze units
These are flanked bv two rnomv

refrigerators, not counting the

sianuara model in ie kitchen
The President also lcrn hn-

walk in cold storage unit ia hie


How did Ike Pf-t thes mvmhnU

of Democratic "corruption?"
You Can be sure he- tisiH iar thm

Ho also carefully preserved the

cms oi saie to prove it. ile needs
extr. freezing equipment to han handle
dle handle the meat that is butchered on
his farm.
However, ike's Gettysburg farm
is loaded with other items, less
political but often more expensive,
that he did not boy. He has been
showered with more gifts than
any President in history valu-
-1.1- a t '. j i

ui muiuuojiiis ra ms popmar-

This raises a question that has
heD rfisrmsfH hut nvr cetMwt I

How far should the President g

in accepting guis? George Wafi Wafi-uififon,
uififon, Wafi-uififon, for example, refused p Its
from fiU-: rnuntrioA f. ,l

I're&idents have accented what

ever came in, ttivui.og th surplus
amons charities, l.irf in cVsr rnl

has been followed.
Ik keeps most gifts that ke

ia iry io give km com
mercial products for the free ad advertising.
vertising. advertising. This has made him
strict about meo'ioni"; brand
U would be ridiculous, of course,
to surest that Ike's pulieies eould
be ifiuuenced by a free tractor or
an AnHg heifer. He not oo'y ac acknowledges
knowledges acknowledges but "announces most
K 's. r..,. '..

However, son vnannOKnced. tooled 'iaJXe. Tke Associate
nais have Slso bea delivered to! also ve .a 1', bay, name

t the press and public. Press:

Secretary Jim Hagerty considers

Tb PrcuiPnfr lis

j$267C0 f his own money ia the

iarm. tie paid jci.c.a for the orig original
inal original 13t acres, another tlRma i.vr

the stock and machinery. He has

UUea DSrceM nf land mi I h. hn...

owns about 4fi9 acres, costing
$142,519 total. Ui hs. .nt ,K,.T

$100,000 expanding the original

ix uuusc into ramDiiog,
Spacious. 14 room strnrtnr. tail.

ored to suit ki 4cs, h..

than any architectural style. Still

more money aas gone wto new

"T"' finance the farm. Ike has

uippea inio me I176,Z50 profit he
made on his book, "Crusade In
Europe." His presidential salary
is $100,000. nlus IMinon travel n,

expense money. He takes in an-

ubuer i-.u tr.Hi a vrir ti-m

J - 1U VUV.?ltU(J
wvestments, 'jut gave up a t20 t20-000
000 t20-000 yearly salary, when he re-

sipnea jrom uie Army.
The 'farm i bncoonAil

.wiiujmw, TUU
donated trees and shrubbery. The

imn-iuiic onveway io tlie house
w lined with spruce and quince
trees, the snrnnt nrpntiT km iu

M state GOP committees and the

quince ny nis .Cabinet

Sporty Iwiss, "' to Ue'i' grandi-nit
dveo. The kids aiready bad I


given b J. R. Lackey of Ashe
yt"e, N.C
" The President has received t
assortment of hotrv i snil Aih.

er- barnyard vamiies as gilts
Probably his favorite, however, is
a shinj, red-and-yellow tractoi
with a built-in radio, worth $4,800,
This was nresmtnl h ika Riat

Hawk-Cockshutt Farm Eqiiipmeni

vumpany inrougn me Farm Bur Bureau
eau Bureau Associations of Indiana, Xhk
and Pennsylvania.
The tODSOll on tha T!Unliiw

farm, worn out when they bough!

k, nas neen renaouitated throngs
the Soil Conservation Service. Ike
also sold $l,C.O worth of wheat t
the sovernment the var fapfnr

be ran for Prpsi)pnt hut th As.

rieulture Department now won

auoui me iarm.
Enlisted men are called from
Camo David when fka npivU r.

tra help oa the farm. Once" a sub subcontractor
contractor subcontractor : was late dicn'ns a
ditch three-quarters of tii'e wav
around the farmhouse to instai;
electronics equipment. On dead deadline
line deadline day, it poured down rain. Ttw
subcontractor couldn't find civil civilian
ian civilian workmen who would finish the
job. So a handful of disgruntled

The Washington Cherry FesUval meet the deadline. ;

sent Bte a idozen cherrr tropa

and this WrnaMw

. --.x., u o ... V. U 1 J J
DC1 of Commrrta osua .,n

" . awiim ww-

pie trees. Another. umdentint-J

Two Filipino, servants from the
White House staff are sent to
Gettysburg eccnsiunatiy to c!f

. w.vuii, .! U UClt TSUUI

uunor o .vcrea i i trees. I.-f'io t K im,,, t

persona .y acceded these and he a' o I. en i.. J to do hai.l

i.V'it a -o b ss recc r ( p
r i ,.,:a t,.e 1
e t" awuie. ( c i

t r rt r-rcr t j r
s iv 'y uia'"l ia la It
'""i v r !' urt r
I t I. (. 1. i i, to. i
Lull: S t ) tii'COrSfte.
jmIm'. a f .rt re and cera n
U'S, one own 1 by t!e tl t n.

- 1 1

chatted w h f a

tJ a fari,:,and vbo was r"' t

xoe vieiiysnurg f n i,
1ui;rJ v,.a a v.uj lot v "'
Ie can r i'.ju. a t

sroeaea v a ta -s 1 V ., ; J
Xisliing, a .J a f r 1 r
fam to rrat L. e j f. i tvu i Jc
tOT Who lnsi! ,n1 Iho r-,

(gift of tie Prof, s ,iookl c f

sociauonj said it va i i

a 5

1 c i i r

, .... v .. -.

matntcnanre. T"i. ;.. i. .... .. ..r...i i .-

plenty of f;e s;-m:;.-t en- mr t,co srs r.,Wed c.t I e be,t r
FAA ul!Ei,f tf .... I r .. i. . ....

HKJ,' 10 1 r

"""'J ty Lanb3 b .r Uej
i .st of r..e's c kit'...; r
over 20 vatimiv l..nk A"" is.
were donated, H. a sorrel mare)
DoolC'DelVa, rs r, tj
tlie Aranu( (. .ntcr 1 ie As Association,
sociation, Association, contpicle w a band

r t e ie I'tmse fctit f r t

... . L,.nc.
I t -ij (3 ,n't Yf"",7
"el ii ,eis l.ese s m
' tst roe t ,cv have ever .-
I ft it t.-j kd to bacK''3"e
C 1 S t '..fT a I H-
t-ace a Lout on t j 1
accents. :

Integration Is -Improving


iwenty years irora now, says As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of Labor J
truest Wiikins, people will won wonder
der wonder what all the excitement was

about in l'VS and 195t
question of segregation

about reversal of the Supreme

Loun oectsion calling lor Integra
tion in the public schools. : f
- Wiikins thinks earner U.S. -Sii-

oreme Court rtpiiiinn Ihnt tho

over the states, must provwie separate but
vs. inte- equal school facilities rarticu!ar-




Sch::l Dc!!$4Ustb2es-Sunba'rn
-J Pert1 Fcst -!cb :!izstbaf cnnY$;



gration in public schools and em- ly at the college level-did a great

ty.ruu. aeai. to improve education in'ti amx. im.

l.e points to the progress that states practicing 'segregation. He'baVk to sehwl and the Stf
lias been made toward ettli

. - ........... vni)uiH.i i trail a

ftvii, u ijmuiuki, is nitsi lime 'foes on. v ,.-.
a-.-ynt. ; .-. ... .: viIUus. is.. .a life-lo"? KepahJt-
Wiikins, a lussoun born Chicago can. He ran for an lUiuuis judge judge-lawyer,
lawyer, judge-lawyer, is today the hi.jhest-raiik shio once, but was -defeated.
lug Negro official in the Jfceo lie feels that m a ft y Negroes
Jiower administration. He who formerly voted Democratic
delivered one of the secondinsiare shiftine to th- fiOP-lariv

soeeche far Viro PraciJoKt

rd M. Nixon's nomination at San

bprausp nf it ramat Tn!ifv

! lie 11 r"?v an imnoriant cart in

the Republican camnaicn to win

H. president of the Methodist civil XkT b to. mw
Judicial Council, the ht-hest'GCP pU '4m 1 I A Priv

over th IT S

With the loud,! active ones rack

w .classrooms, there'sa euujen
revolution: in the lives cf. the em embassy,
bassy, embassy, crowd. VThe lonz afternoon

sicsia is reuwiateq. fco is tee let
surely, relaxed luncheon.'

fee Russian kids get a curve

thrown : at thera. lley have to

start school on operated far tfc

embassy on a Saturday and

never ao get Saturdays off.

ate- scnool catches about

'naif of the kids from the French.

chairman fte Congress would not do anv-lvPnlih? JullB i Swiss em-

"5J'in, ma x rSL ko to DUOllC

in 1'5.'3 nrikiria vat

rZ r 00 vernmerK Uiin about the Eisenhower d

of President Eisenhower's Com

mittee on ttrptoyment Policv.

! .- 1

pram, nrc-ieiilivt

lierbert Brownell.

by" Atty: den.

It was obvious

V-f"1" y womea.jy a Hiinimum. reform oroirram:

i upuraciiDi iuiaiei wegro em- But a majority of Congrss was
ptoyes In government. Many B0t conditioned to

competent, well-educated Negroes Wiikins own Job la governmeeti

unrW h Tt !., i I? "'icroauonai i a B o r relations.
5?r V.::.Clvi Service to- Earlier this vear he went to fie.

don't want t. V ev head American
Secv W L i. Hy"- 1 Relegation to the International
with yBov Xmn, h!LCOfU;LalK,f. Organizatioa Meeting and
wun Hoy Wiikins, head of the p ayed an active part in its work
National Association for the Ad- li 1357 ir.o Tn w,, JlSSl

schools around town.

Mrs. &evllia-Scasa,; wife of the
Nicarasuaa ambassador, has the

ibisgest back-to-school problem.
Six f her eight children are of
school age.1 ; i ;

Ii bow comes ie light that
Mamie Eisenhower ha hMn tlm.

ping oa "to Wednesday matinees

.".i. t V. 'u"c"iuiai wtiuae aa array pi
at ( the., National 1 heater durn he food and drink business.

more',, the White House1 and the

management nf tVi Mtinl

t.- (

au they can to Jtep. her attend-

llamie. bv.this. wav.' U .illnw.

ing in the steps -of Bess Truman

ant tieanorj Kooseveit, Eota of

these f irmer First- IhKm nco.l

go quieuy. to n eanesaay maunees,

Thlnk.-yotiott A simbum this

summer? -.- M

You Should mi lira ftMirst

iarouDin, wiie m ine Mussiaa am-

uasiuor. r

With th rln f Mi otunnoi.

SeaSOn. the lin-hathinv jtinlnmatio

crowd are all back ia towa com comparing
paring comparing their hides. Robust Mrs.

&. Das went all beat fcv mil

h snent mivat nf ttia iimmor

basking- at the Russians' quarters

ob me cnesapeane Bay. Trouble is
she also nut na a (sr mvtr

pounds.. '. :

When it enm tti lavtnv out ii

lush spread hereabouts, the armed
iforces are second to none. And

Caterers who arid lhmu1iraa mb

that includes aa array of private

vancement 7 rS pLT f; 1,1 1551 UO wlU Yrn debate! w one of her favorite acUviti
thev nt u?a P '' but 00 motion of discrimination buf she1 doesn't like to do it
Wiikins f. a MwJ efflPment. Then the U& wiil.theglare of pubUclty.
wiikins is a member of NAACPIbe on a stmt That', nh. th. vi, t .j-

the la-it three an half Mr

uoing to see a play or a musical

is one of her favorite activities


rTmVuVi?nr enlorses Pro-j.; Charges that the U.S. practices
dr?nes , as an eUorl racial diicimination are freouent

"..r," r,Snt by com-ly thrown at Wiikins m interna-

pieteiy legal means, securing

laws by court proceedings. There

"w Buvocacy oi I ore a or

It is pointed out that these are

tional labor rirplea.

- He rrntipa hv Bdmilfin

J u....vuil, U1RI

conditions ux the U.S. are not

penect, out that they are being
ltnnrnveH AnH t- AntnAn 4k.

" v ........ J me
position of the Negro in America
1. 11 a .. ..

bv'lhe iMohlh iocatedlts betlCT than ttat of the colored
Dy tne 100 Southern congressmen races in nearly all other Darts of
who signed the manifestA Kri . v .Blnw pan 01

That's whv the First

ncimt'saay anernoon. rurtner

Case ia ontnt la a wmK

given- at the Fort Meyer officers'

cmo sy ueputy secretary of De Defense
fense Defense Ruben Robertson, Jr., for
his counterpart in Japan, Keikichi

IV huffef included hot sweet

and sour pork," mushrooms stufM

wiu crao, panana scallops, h: t
pastry witk Mexican beans, roa t
beef, curried meat pies, pickif 1
herrine and t)KiM,iw.j -i.; i

- nipm Mill .-
en livers.: ".:, ,,

Amoni dlclnmat in W,.l,i.i.

and all over the world, probably

-..wmira.rae ipon is tennis.
.- For this reaenn- it has lu.. ...w

gested down the line at the Rus

sian embassy that members learn
to Blav. Tha. v.. L....

trercendonj, natch.

rrom lowly third secretaries to
tOD OOP tha C.c.:... i.

o, w .u.-vmug v It BI5
frantically swinging away on

fTuiiiSion couns. &ome begm begm-ners
ners begm-ners are even taking lessons.

Latest Mrs. Cafriu' story ;r
Fhona riner t ru. 1.

Mrs. Cafritc mnn ir;..

f Mrs. Cafritt knows where her

un vooraa can do reached.
She rro!if "T Ja.'i

where he fa. Have you tried toe

Swisa emhauw nffil.t

tan Muydea rendered a -s-aluab!
eerrtce far man J !; m..

. ' W .1 T 'J. 1
this summer. He kept cats, dogs
and canaries for friends who were
on vacations. Only difficulty is he
ended np with two cats, one dog

ana a pair at canariea whi.-k

somebody forgot to call for. k

ic-JiiGitCjiC!JL3uJ illiil

riff n

.' Song in Season I
Oh, let others sing of a Paris
- Spring
With the chestnut trees in
Of the golden sand on Miami's
strand,- --" -j - '..
Far. a way from the winter's
Of a Summer lark in Asbury :
- Park a, ..
-" .'here the bathing beauties
" call:- --- .'-.. :

: When all's, said and done;

there Is only one
New York! In the brisk, bright

Avery Giles

kicking in the doorwhere a help helpless
less helpless woman on fire from head to

we was trapped . Hack driver
Starr No. 42934) rates a Com Commendation
mendation Commendation or. a salute by mail)
from Comm. Cavanagh ... Who

appreciates orave citizens like sol

Starlebrities About Town

Mcmoi nf a VlitnttrMA, tr-j

. '. ..t. .. .... .. lawi"
holders at The Little Club: Show-

ioiks Kita Moreno and Arthur
Kenned v! wealth rsaitiw Bnu

Leo and "Miss Arkansaa of 1956"

(Barbara Banks) , Add folks
who aren't Counting Un To Ten.-

The Richard Coles. She's Lillian

weiu at tna oiri ihiui. .i

jjuiuuia nciures. yoi iy booful .
Irene, Upcoming merger: News week's

f'.,vE XV3 KIAI.TH ICCUZ The Xk-uuh rata are making
kn ouieial Lssue of President Eisenhower's health in the election
eampuign. A 110-page "fact" booklet being mailed to 100,000
hmty leaders says lie was a "part-time President" even before
ns birt attack or ileitis-opeiation. The booklet also quotes
the PreJJent liimself on the health Issue, and cites Army
regulations to show that Eisenhower would be disqualified
for a commission. "-v.


1 4

t I

,to .r..t hb. ncwsweei 8
Dunne makine Sib Avpntia mnra man in Tjmlnn Vnk ii..i:uv

i.v:-i., -" '17 T. ""'U'JI

wMuonaoie i iwo generations aa uirisuan Dior beauty Joanne
of Stardom strnllino thru SnWI Jaan Tt'a Ti f t t

Alley: Edna Best and dghtr Sara j Steve Forrests ; It's a himage

- iiiuciu x a y i mc ancnaei cox at Columbus
"ding friend) glances with ex-' hosp. Dad's the chemical king ...

husband Nicky Hilton at 1 Mo Morocco.
rocco. Morocco. Her sew beaumance (Mike
Todd) has both making it very
pnWic. She dwells at Montgomery
l".ft'. i. 1 M ...

o t'tui on d. Disi ...
C'l.t't (on holidav. allereillv l fhA

- - o - ... -'

Collier's has aa ariicle by Ingrid

oergnjao-cue soon . Actress
Kim Sr. ith and Albert D'AnnihaU

wed this p.m. Geo. Woods will be

cesi noom . They met doing
Bus Stnn? in Kmr.mAi tttjvnV.

A new album is titled: ."Music for

lomance tier estrange nusband;'1 Dlw aimim is titled: ."Music for
(Michael Wilding) meant when he' Expectant Mothers" . Music
told reporters: "Todd isnt the vine Cue: "A Preeev r.irl i l.iir.

........ i v
fnr-hira Wnrla Tn wr.. -.

Is that the outfit allegedly includes

own icucgaan cops . It WSS
one feaiipht wltK ..j.v

who tipped off the hoodidits Just

uiu.tveu ior u vicJtiesei out outage.
age. outage. ;.'
Th TtlCf Tlmal- HII.1..J IX W-

riarty s first mag article: "Miss

rosu- ADOut the Norfolk bank la-
h?.robbed her boss of almost
S3. 000 000 Tha anthnu i. ti.:ii

word-juggler ; t Johnny Mathis'

styling of "Let Me Love You" at
Village Vanguard ; Danny'.
Hideaway-where most celebs go
to feast-not to be seen Willie
GantS ruanninar at tPttfllf la

Lande fc Yellin's medleys of hif

"-.f""8 ralu .roionalse
. ; i- Tha If rimilni -t u. n.

den starting Wed..,. Nat (King)
Cole s nifty newyr "That's All
There Is to That."

y Crosaword Pmi-

j Herewith tni aolution ta un
! Ko. :3. puL' 'd to-'iy.

.... ....a
A"-r f. r r r, J fr;i,-': All-
a ..rA.J k';.m floating
i ; : i t -, i r mm - ;

Whila t.iirht WirM.. -rv

John Howards (he's the CBS puf puf-chcity
chcity puf-chcity chap) had a Blessed

.Shevent 2oth Century-Fox's
Love M Tanifor" Jim .l.!u si

I vis debuts on the screen) will put
him on six mag covers when it

TOirnpiinj. jooa isni ine one,"- rEgy uin is Uke s'is unveiled Waii. nii, "h
& A ssss so jsx srstes "H3
to fly back from Trmidad. To eo- bored waiure ff-r juL:e An got the atrm throat f. ia i7
far with Porro r. ten,. Jdrewa n.i... .vr fl uie weP. throat for 19 per-

. ""'ii uiu; hi iHy.iormances . Our Lovel Imava
opening night show; (NBC-TV), j ?a,r La(ly! to get sick .-'. Con' signed wiV Co :iumbia sudms"and
c.,,;... "r.. ,t"",f!;'!!r1 go Screen Gems) for movie, and t

-p v, Vur --py- -.luut.e T? J "u '? Anarews was too flickers. Good Luck. kid.U-L-W.

7:U V'TrXr Elizabeth

. . aa aiiaiH I nu I'as UCtTXI OUII

wdien. dis money and his 3-doti01 n east several times sinee)
Column M: mnr Ant m. snnH Inla li'ltka. it.. I

a"l .TVU CaQ Li A -OliXTI IlIiitntt:U IflP

steal his wife or girl. If you can Moment . Every drama page

..a fniij jaivciiyi .-. u Way vwTBim ner penormance and

" rave nonces . Impa Impatient
tient Impatient Constance (who sings Lke a!

nas oeen unemployed since.

is Heaven if you're a Star.

Middle-of-the-lVit'hf lf1,lr

- o .uviwuiaiiti,
Rome nit'its V0U tt in tha .11.

' pre-ts cars and nothing ex-

. - - 4 -- viMoj mm ii
(about 4) the action came in
o ''i!.es . A S.alnrm tnfom.

5,;h I! ar West KnH 4.n.

gest blae since the recent Wana Wana-miker
miker Wana-miker fireworks . Two minks

..h Cun took advantaaa r,t h

rY r"lu- (rescuing iJa neonle

uy icu a una noiel nf i n

. Cb f, lot Sol Slarr (42) ot

.....IL.IJ J" -J 1 i M III r. I Vri I Will L:

West on 4" Lh incar s.h co,

f.rfines coming from a too-fioor

w'uow . i:e mined tHe fre fre-a'jrm
a'jrm fre-a'jrm box and wiih coliceman

1 1 ftim Mu.leM t l':.h T.-tV rp.4 an

f r.hls .'.They f '-.turns st

rroadway Ticker: The" Mayor
and hix Wifp ara fncein Am. .;

plan to run for tiie jscnate. The

pracLcal missus ti.'j4s be'a era.

zee to Five up a wage of $a,(kj

1U1U5 1 .i 1 I Tnnuft B nil va

free ervanlp1 C.r,-i ;,..

for $I3,5C as a Washiniton solon

. . ienn Souse's famJ restau restau-rantThe
rantThe restau-rantThe Pay)1 r ,' nmv to the iioiei tar joci?"n
The p ganii-s in a west Sle

hotel -have cons- slis'iowin? the
cast -of kerrkktcrs. The birreit
fames (we hear) since the Arnold
Kolbstein all.nichtr Tl,

. ....... ... V
Isce won't discuss it but they are


ft Town Jp a rw crime-fc-iends.?

- Mnivaiucni
I Taylor, with whom we mambo'd
at the Copa, said: "This is the
first time I've dauced in 5 years"

. . ii aiso iiaDnergastea us when
M. Monroe and R rirahia tu ..n

the lima thina at firn'a ttTl..

wood . "Didja ever hear of a
bandleader's wife dancinc?"

sighed Mrs. Harry James . On
Sent. Sin fstatinit unn riioi.

Kolimar (of Dorothy ft Dick) ack-'
cheUy said: "If Louis ;
were alive he would whirl in big

Soundc-in-th.Niffhf it

Pit: "The lighting was awful. You
could see her!" At Vi

rscho: "His marriace wa. a

lother-m-Lordeal" . At -tha

Pink Poodler Tht' tin hmrmn

aid It's a corkf At the Char-

das: "Oooh, Uoka! Martini soupl'

, . m jui Morocco: uniy tiling
worse than real enemies are false

Believe It Or Nc'
(Continued from Pan TKH)


' f-om the Panamanian neonle which the Panama Railroad which

; e French who attempted to once owned Christ Church by the

j ie ranami vanai. &ea. soia it lor one dollar.

t:orer asked if there were many Then looking around the corner,
? editorials to the French effort in I saw the houses along, what was
Canal Zone. He was told most once the proud residential area of
i V'.em had been cut up for scrap.1 top-drawer Canal workers. The
I jwever, there was one picture thought came that, if and when
j va 'able of the old French dredg-' Congress so legislates, these are
s winch used to Be along the' all going for less than a doHar-for

at ana oiner tanai trees
i i tiuns. - I You can always meet interesting
iais reminded me of secret people if you go where they are
vhich I hope to share with read-instead of waiting for them ,to
rs of the Sunday American some 'search you out.
t me in the next few months. j It was this way with my San
An American on the Zone "has Bias frined whose picture appears
J me of a place where there is on this page. I saw the mast of
a section of old French railroad his sailboat at the tip of the back back-1
1 back-1 k wuh three dump carts in ewaters of the Folks River Lagoon,
't condition on it. The hub back of Bamboo Lane, in Colon.
s of the carts show a date al His sailboat was a frail craft

i t 1330, he said. There are some in which to cover the considerable

it r caris nearoy around which distance from the San Bias Is
e trunks of trees have grown in lands along a notably rough coast.

Me intervening years. .". ... In fact, I thought that his trip to
fliis real souvenir of the French Colon, and the hundreds yearly
iort. to build the Panama Canal made by San .Bias Indians, consti-

c- ;uuiu oe in a museum, oe const- tuted a saga of the sea-:
cers, I have promised not to re-! .. .. .. i
veal its location to scrap hunters, This chap, with one ether man
Vut I have to find it first. Its gen-"r sailed to Colon from Carti, an
ral location is known to me but island in th Sin Bias group, in
Mere is about 100 yards of iuncle- on and a half davtt That's 34

to be cut through and I'm not an hours afloat in a hellowed.eut
experienced machete:maB. Any of-' ka on rough water. There were

tOO coconuts in the cayuce, too.

which brought It low in th wa-

Motive power was the wind, and

tnere was a paddle to steer with

And what did this voyage bring

i rs of help?

It it amazing that the track
and cart should have lasted this
long and especially in the Canal
Zone. :.- r--:
Along this same line of thought,1

a lauy wnose name nas esc a pea mm I asked, well, coconuts are

me phoned me about a tree which 5 cents each In Colon and when he
is on Madden Dam road just oppo-' finished selling them, he would
site the George Green Falls Mem- have $40, he told me. Was this

onal.- She said that a seed of food, he was asked

pakn tree had been floating in the! Better than Working in Balboa,

vina ana loagea in the notch of as tie once did, the Indian said,

another free about 30 feet off the He does not consider the trip dan-

prouna. inert tne seed grew and gerous, except in the dry season
so there is palm tree growing The trip takes only one day re

from the notch of another type of turning to the Islands, because of

tree, the palm started growing the favorable wind

from this elevated perch as water He doesn't have to bring the co-

and dirt eave it nourishment.

The sot-up It ust at the lady
reported. In the phot K may be
hard to sea because of the back background
ground background of other trees. But if) op
on the Madden Road whenever
you're next there, and tee for

yourself. K's .a real Canal Zone I

conuis to colon. He could open

them, dry the meat 'and sell it

for copra without leaving home,
he volunteered.

But, of course, that way he

wouldn't meet such friendly Grin Gringo
go Gringo nhotoeraphers! ;., .S I

While the matriarchal features

believe it mr not. I of community, life in the San Bias

Whil T mil ctnnnpit T InnA" a rnnstit-iin its most imnnrtant hp.

picture of the quiet, simple memo- lieve-it-or-not subject, followed py
rial to George Green. I k n e w the fact that "money grows in
George for some years and work- trees,", I think the every day life
ed for him once. He would have of men such as the one I met and

liked this; wouldn't have traded it photographed would make a real realtor
tor realtor the Goethals water fountain in ly good and interesting story.

Balboa, I'm sure, . ", .- i Trouble is it's too real and hon
Driving in Colon recently, I est. It's not a case of believe-it-or
thought of .the .unusual deal in notl: . . .



. - A

, AlKSORNi EYE3 FOR THE NAVY The Navy has added
airborne television to its operations. The system, an ultra-high
I frequency FM radio-television link, provides for transmitting
information from the air to ships or ground installations. In a
recent demonstration, helicopter, ,top, carries the TV camera and
transmitter, with the transmitting antenna protruding from its
i belly. Below, a portion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike appears
j f n a television screen in a small station miles away. The sya sya-j
j sya-j tem can scam a radius of more than f trs.

miff', izf "lizc' j
'. ffiF T " yA-1 n
EZZlicZ" TMrl
: 1M'S W
d T.

1 Ruler
10 Of an
in the
' Atlantie
15 River
- Bohemlk
; 19 Central V
-. Americas)
20 Rebind
Jl Tree
: -of' V ;
22 Hottentot
23 Cauterize
24 Aflame
2 Lyrte
2ft Skip
.27 Abridj. 1
ment t
29 SmaU
explostoa -Sl-rTropical
33 Violent
34 Of a lute
3ft Hub
37 A caprice
40 Five
42 Meal
4ft Mountain
47 Buffalo
4 Herole
50 River'.

51 Sole
92 Flatfish
S3 Honorary
v corn
. v misaion
55 Challenge
W Ostrich-
67 Basie
59 Dormouse
1 Fortify
62 Partak-
in? of
64 Over
66 Act
, 63 European
69 Most
71 Denary
72 Larch
76 Deep
77 Avail
81 Impair
82 Flam-
beau ;
84 Miser "
86 Miscel Miscellany
lany Miscellany 7 Thin
89 Grade
91 Wild
92 Dark Dark-colored
colored Dark-colored rock
93 Animal
95 Fashion

96 Coarse 1 Smaller
Hour amount
97 Tall. 2Comply
. wadinf .3 A low low-bird
bird low-bird grade
93 Mid- sheepskin
shipman 4 Detract
100 Facsimile 9 Covered ?
copy .. with grata
102 One 6 Prepare
making for use -foray
- again
103 Brain T Hima.
canal layan
105 Perch. '. p!nt
108 Coil 8 Title of
107 Schools baronet
for 9 Emerging
higher partially
learning 10 One who
111 It is contrasts
' (poetic) 11 Rubber
112 Judgment tree
116 Layer 12 Beak ..."
. of iris 13 Of birds
117 Plea of 14 Delicious
"absence beverage
119 Mythical 15 Valiant
, earth 16 Hindu
giant 'garment
121 Secure. 17 Send
122 Parry forth
123 Bathes 18 Forage
12f-Notched crop
as 28 Undented
' though 30 Time Time-eaten
eaten Time-eaten honored"
125 Bryophy. 32 Impartial
tic plant 34 Burial
126 Unat- 35 Rebuff
tached 37 Man-
127 Glorify servant
128 Docu- 38 Fragrance
ment 39 Class
129 Stake 40 Handle

44 Tower
of ice V
45 River In
' England
47 Extensive

49 Wax

63 Sounding 92 Term

54 Unsteady

97 A kind
of cat
68 Particle
60 Incline
63 Stannum
65 Persian
elf ,-
,67 Single
69 Math
70 Part s
72 Lighted
73 Describe
' matically
74 Angry
75 Silk
77 Round
78 Unit
" electrical
79 Void of
80 Diminish
83 Concealer
85 Ruminant



llvi Oostrlri; Corns'

W V mm y v.i


41 Entertam 1 1$ Arrange

iTuau loriinca-

tlons for
t0 One
. favor-
itism to

52 Legislator v relaUves

In loirie
94 Plexus
96 Error
. of
97 A chariot'
99 Entertain!
101 Root-.
' Of v..
. New
- Zealanv
102 Smuggler
(colloq.) 1
104 Slacken
106 Refrain
107 Blow
108 Beyond
109 Unaa-
, pirated ".
110 Hindu
112 Check
113 Midday
114 Expense
: 115 Celtic
lan language
guage language 118 bengal
. quince
120 Biblical
. . i vj

- i-j i j-i n ,i , j u,

J. 1

i i

) ':. 1

C OVZn.T0:TT3 CF WORLD news continued this week
to reject the serious character ct events; but at
the local level. Isthmians enjoyed a breathing spell.
On the Canal Zone, a bumper crop of the youngest
i; t came tro"! ir.g into the lower grades, while at high
school level the wave cf American war babies showed

vw r e
O Mc ALLEN, Texas American Immigration authori authorities
ties authorities say they probably will use trains to send thou thousands
sands thousands of illegal Mexican Immigrants back home, from
now on. Mexico has banned the use of ships to carry
the so-called "wetbacks" home during the hurricane
season. The Mexican order followed a controversy over

up in unexpected numbers. Somehow the principals the immigration service's use of what one Congress

man wavucia iouuu ruum ior everyway. man called a hell ship. .
While studies were starting for the younger fry, 0
mother was betting her clubwork lined up for the
year. Dad, if he is the gregarious type, dropped down Miami A man who describes hlms'elf as an Inter Inter-to
to Inter-to his own club to catch up on what the boys in the national salesman has charged in Miami that El Sal Sal-backroom
backroom Sal-backroom had been talking about while he was off yador police tortured him for one week to make him
fishin? in Wisconsin, or somewhere. a gun-smuggling confession. Juan Maria Issa
Another group of Zonians are busy airing the moth- a Colombian national told American authorities
balls out of woolen clothing. Such people are of the that he never shipped guns from Miami to Latin ,A ,A-contingent
contingent ,A-contingent who loves football and autumn foliage, and merica He said he will plead innocent to the charges
a touch of cold weather. They're sailing or flying soon t a hearing before a United States commissioner later
to get some of all three plus a binge in a big-city this month, :
department store. 0

Though he stayed less than 24 hours, Gen. Maxwell
D. Taylor, Army Chief of staff, gave a lift to the few
hundred people who met and talked with him dur during
ing during his stopover.
Some V1PS yon can take or leave alone, some

you want to growl at; others can show enough
personality, brains and good manners In three
minutes to make you love them for fe. Gen. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Is in the last g roup. No wonder a Quarry
Heights officer, after he'd taken off fro Mexico,

s-aia quieuy: -were pretty proud of him

Washington Britain has reaffirmed her sovereign
rights In British Honduras. A letter from the British
embassy to the Organization of American States said
British Honduras -is an integral part of the British
Commonwealth. The-statement came in the face of
renewed claims by Guatemala on the British posses possession.
sion. possession. ,: 7
Rio de Janeiro-Official Brazilian figures show that
ii Trodiict.ion iumned one-third from

rui ins pan, me uenerai raa a wora or tne jungle last year in the first -nair.oi-isuu. rroaucwon irwu
Warfare Training Center at ft. Sherman; and he re- January to June 30th was reported as one-million
called that the Canal Zone Jias always been a Rood 225-thousand-89l barrels. ; v ;
laboratory for try ing out new uniform and military
equipment. ; Caracas, Venezuela A member of the Venezuelan
, ft cabinet says the country is prepared to step up its
The sudden deaths of two women left little girls oil production. .-if the Suez Canal crisis causes any
motherless. One was six-months-old Jacinta Soledad interruption of Middle East petroleum shipments. The
rati of Almirante whose mother died of a heart at- minister of mines sayg Venezuela can increase pro pro-tack
tack pro-tack aboard the passenger ship Reina del Mar while Suction by 500-thousand barrels a day.. if necessary.

they were homeward bound from a vnrat.inn in Ppru

Phe is the daughter of Manuel Fitti, an employe of
the Chlriqui. Land Company.
Deborah Luman, age 7. of Ft. Clayton, lost her moth mother
er mother when Mrs. Florence Luman, 36, died unexpectedly.
She was the wife of SFC Howard Luman.

Zonians and Panamanians alike were sorrv to

Montevideo, Uruguay The government of Uruguay
has taken the first step towards nationalization of
the British-owned Anglo packing house one of
the largest in the country. The government council
named a five-man commission. .charged with study studying
ing studying the possibility of buying or taking over the plant.
Production of the plant lias been hampered in recent

say goodbye to a man who had Jed the Republic's months by labor troubles and a shortage of cattle,

Santiago, Chile The Chilean senate has ratified a
treaty of economic cooperation between Chile and Bo Bolivia.
livia. Bolivia. One of the principal points is the construction
of a plneline to bring oil from the interior of land landlocked
locked landlocked Bolivia to a Chilean port.

The first enlisted man to win tbs Congressional

fight against tuberculosis. Dr." Amade Vicente

masiellart was chief of the chest service at Gor-
gas Hospital. He died at 49 after a long illness.

A new official house for the Canal Zone's lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant governor will be built "on the hill" between the
Admin and the Governor's home. Along with the
Commander-in-Chief's quarters at Quarry Heights
the Governor's bie SDacious white dwelling is one nf

the very few official houses of early Canal days that Medal of Honor in World War Two is waging the big-

nave not ian-en to termites ana time. gest oattie oi nis me.
o Charles "Commando" Kelly is fighting against a
Change cut another notch in Isthmian costume as series of personal misfortunes that have dogged his iivuiujjg viiiuii; vi tue r.ziguietr oevtum, jpt. oitrpa uimuab unite nc rcnuncu uuuus tivwauuisu ui
Clayton, decided to follow the officers' lead and dress a hero's welcome.
lor work in Bermuda shorts. Civilians (women) have First, he lost 40-thousand dollars from magazine
known all along that short loose clothing kilts, shorts and film contracts in a business investment. Then his
cr skirts) is a lot cooler these afternoons than some- wife died. He remarried.. moved to Louisville, Ken

tucky... lost his home to fire.. lost one job, got an another.,
other., another., .and then was struck down by illness. He has
been unable to work for several weeks.
But tbs dark cloud may have a silver llnlnp. Folks

back in Pittsburgh remember his courage how he

thing long and tight down to vour nnkips

Lots of people are inquiring why the Canal Zone
po ice don't do likewise, now that their uniform is
going to be change anyway. Questions run: "Ii It's
OK for cops in Miami, whv not here?"

cops give one answer. Miami is a city, not a lot heaved live shells with his bare hands at attacKing
of isolated communities surrounded by Jungle. A Zone German troops. And they are proposing he be return-

cop "ever snows wnen neu he called on to'take off d to Pittsburgh and be given a jod.

An official in pittsourgn put it tnis way ."Every
Canadian who wins the Victoria Cross is assured a
lifetime job... I feel Kelly should not have to worry
where the next penny is coming from,"

Tokyo The American Air Force is pressing its

into the brush at a moment's notice. When he does
Hes glad of some protection for those knee.
The Suez situation has for many weeks been a
locus or Isthmian concern. Early this week, while the
commission presided over by Australian Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Robert O. Memos was airborne en rout baric to

.".v iu-r a I1U1U.-SS attempt to reach a solution scare n ior a weatner piane missing on me tea 01 ja ja-with
with ja-with president Gamal Abdel Nasser the !vm,i.m i. pan for four days with 16 men aboard.

suea a call for a new conference. The Egyptian invi- Thirty search planes took off at dawn to scour the
tation went out informally to all nations usinir thp seas off the Northwest Coast of Honshu, Japan's main

parts of the search area.
Thursday 29 planes and 10 Japanese surface ves vessels
sels vessels covered more than 50-thousand square miles of
sea in a hunt for the RB-50 which disappeared Mon Monday
day Monday while tracking typhon Emma.- ;

JBuez waterway.

j In Panama a sivikpcman r. j- .

fclry of foreign Kelations announced that Pan Panama
ama Panama commended the initiative of Nasser toward
tifl n new "'"ffotiatir.aj body "which
uL J... "J. "PWn 'ive of tl.e users of the
fn"plrUnntaUuo M PMwi

Bogota, Colombia Carlos. Villarborda, United Press

manaeer m tsogota, was sentencea yesterday to a

.Acting promptly in compliance with the. t.rm f three-thousand dollar fine and the loss of his for

Fa Wef i a e settIement, the government of elm correspondent's license on charges he libeled the

::", k V u'ce cuumg tne import dutv on
Mtt-Instad of !eZ
fiitLS ftwiUr?lore"
ma. Cataract Mining Corp. of New VorTh-i.
the whole Province of Cliiiiqui annooi
contract permits. 1 nave Iunl


-VJ.-r?od nJews came in the Iorm of a cl

1. J. 10 Panamanian

me uuuvn auocomni ttee for the

....... ........... j, i.nvuv ivi Hie f-prp nn

i).e US m-nil

tr'.'iUi J )(

lefk for

Tom as

Pan A-

ier. EC. M,.iMia!l ramtmi ), .:

J also, and several nihpr mmris.


ennu-h to the total fund to $72 0 '.) The its

Colombian intelligence service.

Colonel Luis Ordonez, Chief of the Intelligence
Service, filed the accusation last April on the basis of
reports cabled abroad by Villarborda on an incident
during a bullfight at the Santa Maria bullring in Bo Bogota.
gota. Bogota. .
The disturbance atihe buTlrln?' started when sup-:
porters. f President Gotavo Kojas Pinilla began;
cheering him. Spectators who did. not Join in the
cheering were 'attacked and hurled down the circus
galleries into the arena or exit passages.
Local newspapers, subject to censorship, published :
no reports of the incident. El Colombiano of Medellin
reported the nine persons were killed. It failed to ap-pi-ar
the next day because of censorship regulations.,
Ordonez denied at the time allegations in Villarbor Villarbor-da's
da's Villarbor-da's story that members of the intelligence service 1
armed withblackjacka and brass, knuckless were a a-mong
mong a-mong those who had attacked the crowd. .
now under way in Darien by an Army detachment. '
The Darien Comittee will report its findings to the
Pan American Highway Congress to be held here next

te August.

O CARMEN BASIUO Wednesday regained the welter

weight championship of the world. Basillo won a
technical knockout over Johnny Saxton in the ninth
round at Syracuse, New York.
Saxton had taken the title from Basillo on a highly-disputed
decision vat Chicago last March. Basilio
made sure there would be no need for a decision as
he battered Saxton heavily in almosjt every round.
Basilio stunned Saxton near the end of the
third round, had him in trouble in the fourth, and
stunned him in the seventh. In the ninth, Basilio
stunned Saxton early in the round with a left-

rig at combination, 'men ne pinnea aaxion on un
- ropes and cut loose with both hands. Referee Al
1 Berl stopped the fight at one minute and 31 sec-
nnrtf nf lha ninth

Basilio moved in with a newty-developed "box" at attack
tack attack from which Saxton couldn't escape. Carmen had
circled Saxton In the Chicago fight and Johnny had
kept away from him. But Basilio forced Saxton to
take his furious attack Wednesday night.

Saxton tried to retaliate hi the opening rounds, and
several rounds were terrifically fought at close quar quarters.
ters. quarters. Later Saxton ran, and the partisan crowd of
eight-thousand booed him. However. Basilio boxed in
Saxton with rights to the body and lefts to the head.
Johnny's mouth was cut in the fifth round, and was
bleeding heavily badly ripped at the end. Sax Saxton
ton Saxton weakened gradually, and was almost helpesa,
though still on his feet,, when Berl stopped it.
Saxton had been a very (light (11-10) ander ander-.
. ander-. dog, but went into the ring a slight (5-7) favorite.
He is protected by a return-fight clause in the
contract. Saxton aaid in his dressing room "I
want another fight with Basilio. I'll do a lot bet better
ter better next time. I've got the right to another match."
Basilio said Certainly he can have the shot 111
fight him anywhere at any time."
Saxton won the welter title from Kid Gavllan'in
1954 at Philadelphia on one of the most highly dis disputed
puted disputed decisions in years. He lost the title to Tony De
Marco last year' on a TKO, saw DeMarco lose it to
Basilio, then won the title from Carmen on a disput disputed
ed disputed decision last March. .-
Win or lose, Fred Haney wTiTbe back with the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves next season.
General Manager John Qulnn made the announce announcement
ment announcement in New York Tuesday, before the crucial Braves Braves-Dodgers
Dodgers Braves-Dodgers series at Ebbets Field. Quinn said he thought
the announcement at this time might be a good move
psychologically. He said "After all, we did pretty
well after we hired Haney for this season. Win or
lose, wp are with him

The Braves were in fifth place when Haney replac replaced
ed replaced Charley Grimm on June 16. Milwaukee won its
next 11 games and movd into first place. The Braves
now have led the league for 16 weeks.
. Qulnn refused to say whether Haney got a raise
with his new contract, but it seems certain that he
did and the raise likely was a big one. Quinn mere merely
ly merely said the new contract was inhi3 words "An
expression of appreciation for the wonderful Job
Hanev has done for our club this season,"
Haney said "I'm very glad they are happy
. with mv work. I'm happy with my job, too. How
: many times rYtes a fellow get to take over a club
that has a chance to win the pennant?"
Haney managed the Pittsburgh Pirates for the last
three years. Pittsburgh finished in the cellar each
time, and Haney was fired at the end of last season.
Johnnv Sullivan Monday won a unanimous decision
over Willie Troy at St. Nicholas Arena.
Coming on with a blistering rally n the closing
three rounds, the transplanted Englishman Sullivan
punched his way to the decision.
The former British Empire middleweight ruler pil piled
ed piled up the majority of his points at long range with a
sharp left jab and a stinging left hook. He opened a
slight cut inside Troy's lower Up in the first round
and widened it in the seventh. There was a steady
cascade of blood from -Troy's mouth during the last
three rounds.
Troy started strongly in the eighth round and forc forced
ed forced Sullivan across trie ring. At this point, Sullivan
sllnped to the canvas after missing a left hook.
Troy drove Sullivan into the ropes. As Sullivan came -off
the ropes he scored with a solid left hook to the
jaw that made Troy blink. This appeared to be the
turnin point of the fight and from then on it wnt
all Sullivan. : .1 .tmlRr::: ::

, jjiviijuw-ia. me uiaaui plana AVI n All.'ilu fcv
fill the vacant world heavyweight championship.'
Promoter Jim Norris says he hopes to stage the
fight between Archie Moore and Floyd Patterson in
November or in the first week of December. He ten- c
tatively plans to stage the fight in the Chicago Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Norris will confer In New York with Charley
Johnston, who manages Moore, and with Cus D'Ama D'Ama-to.
to. D'Ama-to. Patterson's manager. f . .. ...

Norris told the United Press I lean toward Chi Chicago
cago Chicago for the bout, but I'm by no means certa'n that
it will be there. Moore wants to fight In California,
and Patterson wants New York." 7
v Patterson was given the green light for the fight
when doctors announced the broken bone in his hand
had healed perfectly.- . ..t
Turning to another division, Norris said he bslieves
'the new lightweight champ, Jae Brown, will be able
to defend his title within two months. Brown broke
his wrist three weeks ago when he won the title from
Wallace :"Bud" Smith at New Orleans. ;
Norris said Brown probably would defend against

eitner uisco Anctraae or young Larry uoardm&n. Nor Norris
ris Norris said "If Brown defends against Boardman, the 7
fight probably would be at Boston, and If against An-
drade, probably in California." Boardman won a TKO
over former champ Jimmy Carter Wednesday night
at Boston.1 ""
Sammy Walker won a 10-round split derision over '"
Andre Tessier at the Valley Arena in Holyoke. As re result
sult result of the victory, Walker was signed to meet for former
mer former middleweight champion Carl "Bobo" Olson Oc to tober
ber tober Fourth at Portland, Oregon. ,-..-..
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