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Zc A people know the truth end the country i$ $fe" 'Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, MAT 12, 1957:.
' TEN C2XX1
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VITH LITAiX RESCUE OUTFIT CONE-
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N Tunaboat's Agent Sets Up:
Sea-Land-Air Parlay ; ;
To Gef Crewman Jo Gorgas
' ' ' '
An emergency call to help an American teaman, whose
arm was badly mangled on board the tuna boat Ecuador
about 200 miles south, of .', Balboa, brought swift coordina coordination
tion coordination yesterday between Panama, COPA ; airline and the
ihjp's agent. ; ? ) klv l v
" ; The injured filer, Joe Coeho, 34, of San Diego, Califor
nia, was operated on at dorgas Hospital yesterday after
, , i' ;' ' ' , a
noon. , t- , t 1
Shorn of its Air.Sea rescue outfit here by appropria appropriations
tions appropriations cuts In Congress, the Air Force was unable to help.
According: to the Ecuador's
skipper, Capt. M. H. Diegas, Coe Coeho
ho Coeho put his hands, which were
oily on the ice machine belt. An
arm ellpped and was mangled In
the machine Frid&7 afternoon at
about 5:30 p.m. . .'
Panama Agencies manager,
Frank zeimetz said ; today he
received the emergncy call from
the vessel and -contacted both
the Air Rescue Coordination Cen Center
ter Center ; at Albrook :? and.' Quarry
Heights; but was unable to enlist
any aid from either agency ;
"It's not a case of their
fusing help," he said today, "it
; was a case of nothing being
. here that they could give us.
They said they had no boats.
,' that could travel over 10 miles,
i. an hour in the entire area,
and no planei.V "?
Zejmetj said this was the
first time in all of his years of
experience that he has not
. been able to receive help from
Zone military agencies when
! he needed it for injured crew-
'. mn. ? : '',
Workinir through one of his
clerks, Jaime Correa who was on
the radio conversing with Carlos
Navarro of the Standard OU Co.,
Zeimetz said they were able to
arrange for the boat to go into
Caning Las 1LU, i?y found
Out there was a hospital there,
and were able tp arrange- to
have an ambulance drive over
' rough roads to the bay to meet
the boat ana transier tne injur injur-;
; injur-; ltd crewman. I ; i i t
The boat put in at Cape Ma
la shortly after dawn yester yester-day,
day, yester-day, Coeho was given emer emer-.
. emer-. gency first aid treatment, and
a COPA plane was dispatched
to fly him from Las Tablas to
Pattilla Airport where fthe
Former CZ Doclor
Society In Norfolk
f A doctori who served 40 -years
V In the Canal Zone was recently
honored ior ms oo years oi mem-
bershlp in the Norfolk South
District Medical Society on Na
. uonai doctor s way. ; .
" He Is brl Lewis B. Bates ct
H Weymouth, Mass., who served In
; the Goreas and Colon hospitals
Jrom 1908 to 1919 and as chief
of the laboratory service of Gor
gas from 1919 to 1948. v f
-, Bates had retained his mem.
, bershlp in the .Norfolk society
throughout 40 years, of service
In the Canal Zone.
f He is a charter member of the
Panama Canal Post l or -tne A
: merican Legion, as well as a
member of the Medical Associa-
tlon on the Isthmus and the A A-merican
merican A-merican Society of : Tropical
Medicine and Hygiene.
Bates' Is also member and
has held offices in the York and
Scottish Rites of Freemasonry
and the Shrine." and holds the
. 33rd degree Mason. V 1 .?
He is well-remembered on the
Zone by many friends and as-
', sociates,;- ;-v'-ii.'.'-
Brinq Red ChHrge$
'01 US Aggression y (
' LONDON. May 11 (T7P) The
Chinese Communist government
accused the United States today
of "agression" in gtationlnr A A-merican
merican A-merican guided missiles on For-
A government Statement broad broadcast
cast broadcast by Peiplng Radio said Red
China's determination to "liber "liberate"
ate" "liberate" the Nationalist Island
stronjrhold is "tmshakeable" de
spite the American action.
It was the first formal Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist protest against
the announcement earlier this
week that advance elements of! higher and the Jobless total 83,000
U S. missile units had arrived on lower than toe totals for April,
Tfce Peicfng Foreign MlnistY'l The departments attributed last
statement called of Americmiiipnth's employment increase
move 'provocative" and said itjjminly to stepped-up springtime
r ear.s thst trie United Statesi activity in farming and other out out-T
T out-T :?.r.s ti turn Formosa "entirely1 door work and to a pre-Easter
j-:- a US. denendency and a'pickup In trade and service
ta !t stcmlc war. : 1 industries. 1
Panama Agencies car was wait wait-,
, wait-, Jng to evacuate the unconscious
- man ta finrrac Hosnital. i
' He was operated on at about
2 p.m. yesterday, ,- .
1 Skipper Diegas said that they
had lust caught about one-quar
ter of their usual load when the
' The ship is how anchored off
Panama City and the 14-man
crew is awaiting further orders.
. Coeho, who ha worked for the
skipper for three years, will be
flown home to San Diego, If his
condition warrants it. v
7I;:!d On leave
Ta most people,- vacation
means rest. But not so to a cer
tain Canal Zone policeman,
When Felipe Cazoban took
four months leave In February
it was not to rest but to work,
lie enrolled in the Canal Zone
Junior Coiie&e ...as- a: day-time
Now a his ""leave" Is coming
to an ; end, the 31-year-old
scnoiar says: ;
:"Ifs Just been wonderful be
lng hack in school, I've enjoyed
every minute of It"
Cazoban who Is aiming at a
law degree hopes someday to be
able to attend1 Northwestern
University.;-,-' vr:a, :f,-r
"I guess: I Just liave-td wait
until I pile up some more leave,"
says tne aspiring policeman.
He's taken several college
courses during 'the time he's
serving as a policeman, but this
was the first time -he was able
to enroll fulltlme.. s ; t
Cazoban returns to duty on
May 25.;uv,,5 -.l-i,..
To Play In Prague
LONDON. May 11 (UP) The
Czech Government, has refused
visas for the Cleveland Sym
phony Orchestra to give a con
a. i . no
ten m rruus uu laay o.
' Conductor George Bztu said
at London Airport today "they
have refused us visas because
the U.S. government would not
waive the finger print regula
tions ior the Frague urcnestra
which is to-vlsit the VS."
The Hunearian-born conduc
tor was leaving' for Barcelona
with the orchestra aboard two
chartered aircraft, after a con
cert in London last night..
live of the orchestra to Prague
on Monday to discuss the mat
ter with the Szech minister of
culture, we still have hopes that
we may be able to arrange mat matters
ters matters in time for the concert," he
said; :. ;;-' -f. .- ':. ..
Czell added that the orchestra
had already been granted visas
for Its visit to Poland.
Unemployed In. US
Hit New Record
WASHINGTON. May 11 (UP)
The number of employed Ameri Americans
cans Americans rose by 296,000 in April ot
a total, of M.261,000, an ail-time
high for the. month, -the Com Commerce
merce Commerce and Labor -departments
They also said the number of
uneraploped declined by 192,000
during the month to a total of
2,690,000. They said these changes
Lin employment and jobless totals
wre arxHR tne usual tor uus
time of year.
me employed total was 482,000
MOTHER'S DAY GIFT -The hr.in!-JTfirib
from a new-born baby i the best gift any mother can have
on any day. Hera Mrs.' John Kohl play with her week-old
; daughter; Kathleen at their homlir Aricon.
Teamster VP. Granted Postp onement Of Trial,
Put loses Fight To: Quash Bribery Charges
; WASHINGTON, May 11 (UP)
James R. Hoffa, number two
man In the embattled Teamsters
Union, today lost a fight to
quash bribery and Conspiracy
charges against him. But he won
a 21-day postponement; of his
'federal Judge 'BumltaShelton
Matthews set the new trial date
for June 17 and Said Hoffa may
seek another postponment if it
develops than that a fair and
impartial jury cannot be obtain obtained.
ed. obtained. The trial originally was set
for May 27. u-',- s
Hoffa, a Teamsters vice pres
ident and head of Its Midwest
Problems Of Micl i East (Obvious
But H;jd To Solved Says Solon
Idito'i' aofai" Un., Huhart'
Humphrey (D-Min. found Ike
Midtist n aMiflnrMn( tram the
Sanata Foraiflii RalatioM Cammlt Cammlt-t.
t. Cammlt-t. In th Mlowinfl diivitch,
wrMae far the UniMe Prate, Hum Hum-p
p Hum-p hray wpofta ef kit Hm4
SV V.;'Y;r'-' '' -:-4 ',
BV SIN. HUBERT HUMPHREY I
JERUSALEM, Israel UP)
Almost everybody, knows what
the nroblems. of the Mideast are
but nobody's yet has oeen aDie
out together the answers to
Uim n robe ma.
A two-week trip through the
area obviously cannot provide
the answers. It has., oowever.
provided two things: r -. ;
Fim, the dncavary tkar eaepM
In tht area W (Pae all tnalr
trm liarino each athar. Tkay, like
, are uimt4 ia caatrractfva
tkiaa. Tkay are aWralefiaf tfcair
caaamiat. Tkara .ia e raawakaa-
Mm.- i '. t -itemir
M samawkat barrar aa aa-aarttmdinfl
aarttmdinfl aa-aarttmdinfl ,hV mm paapla
' ia tka Miaaaat faal m rraafh; as
tkav aa akaat wm al tka araklam.
When one flies low over the
Nile Delta of Egypt, for exampe
and sees the absolute contrast
between land which' is irrigated
and land which is not. he more
fully comprehends the enormous
pressure in Eeypt Ior the Aswan
high dam which would greatly
increase the irritated area.
' When one sees the miseraoie
conditions of the Arab refugee
camps, he realizes more than
before why there tan be no real
peace in the Mideast until the
rerueee m-ooiem is settled.
. When one sees the economic
Drogress. the drive and vigor of
Israel and Its relatively superior
military strength as com Dared
with the poverty, disease and
relatively inferior military
strength of most Arab states, be
better understands why some A A-rab
rab A-rab eaders express fears of Is-,
rsell expansion. v' I
finally, when-one sees the1
-era Conference, had requested
dismissal of the charges. He is
accused of bribing an employe
of the Senate Rackets Investi Investigating
gating Investigating Committee to slip him
. information on the group's in investigation
vestigation investigation of the Teamsters.
. The ruling came after day-long
arguments In which Hoffa'a at attorney,
torney, attorney, Edward Bennett Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Accused the Senate inves inves-tlgatons
tlgatons inves-tlgatons of over-stepping their
bounds by. asking how much he
u uoeiving for conducting Hof
But committee Chairman John
L. McCleUan (D-Ark.),. target of
wie cnarge, said he did not In
desolate Negev, the great southern-
desert of Isrsel, and when
one learns that Israel expect
100,000 immigrants this year
he better understands why the
Israelis are so insistent on Irri Irrigation
gation Irrigation of the Negev. The care
and use of. water Is an ever ever-present
present ever-present topie of conversation.
Although one usually thinks of
oil in connection with the Mid Mideast
east Mideast the fact is that water is at
least as important as oil if not
more so. .. y. j.
Water Is no respecter of in
ternational boundaries. The Nile
Jordan, and Tigris-Euphrates all
are international rivers. If
maximum use is to be made of
their -waters it must be done
under some kind of alternation
. bo xar, Internationa agree
ments in regard to water in the
Mideast have been virtually Im
possible to negotiate. Perhans
some consideration might now
I be given to a new approach in
the form of a regional develop development
ment development agency established under
tne united Nations but operat
ing -maepenaenuy. niere are
many immediate political dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties in the way. but this can
be said of any proposal as far
as tne Miaeast is concerned. And
a new approach cannot be any
more unsuccessful than those
which, have been tried In the
The stakes are high peace or
war, freedom or communism.
Dumped Dictator Rojas Pinllla On Way To Spain
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- BOGOTA. May II (CP) Foraier President Gastave Rejas PtaOla is en his wsy te
Spain, an efficlal aaneaneement said teday.
A rommnnia.DC iaseee by Gen. Jaaa B. Cordeka, director af press and iBfermatiea.
merely gave Rajas destination and referred te kins only as lieatemant general, instead f ;
former president. .
Rojas arrived la Bermada at 1:25 p ea. today aboard aa Arianra plaae. He deelareel
he would stay in Bermada three or fear days before gotng on the Spain. .-
A report from Watblngton said the aew Colembiaa five-ma military Jaat has for
mally requested receralUoB by the United lutea. v
WHAT IT WAS
. Rain, Granddad said.
.That's what it was, the half Inch of, splashy stuff that
' had to be explained to the kids yesterday.
. Yep, yesterday was Granddad's day. Some parents re remembered
membered remembered dimly of having read about something like it.
,But only Granddad, could definitely explain the substance.
' The wet streets, the greener glass, the obscured wind windshields
shields windshields were not a consequence, said Granddad soothingly,
-of the recent spate of Russian ships through the Canal. It
was rain. v
Several high-ranking officers who had hurried .down to
hearken to the sage heaved a sigh of relief.
Granddad explained to them how he knew it was raln. raln.-.
. raln.-. They used to have the product when he was a boy here on
the Canal Zone, he recalled, but the Weatherman got riffed.
, ; Granddad couldn't rightly remember whether this ..was
as a result of any treaty provision or not. He said he would
consult Grandma on this. But she was out bringing la the
clothes off the line In the backyard.
So long since it had rained that none of the maids nor
the housewives knew about bringing, the clothes in: M.
Greek Beauty Claims British Cop
Tore Her Clothes Off, Beat Her
NICOSIA, May4-il (UP)i-A
beautiiui young Greek cypnot
girl alleged In court today that a
British police sergeant stripped
her naked and whipped her with
a leather strap.
The girl, 22-year-old clerk Vas-
so Llzla, Is on trial accused of
carrying a letter from one EOKA
extremist to another asking for
aten-cmn nprt.i ;...-. .-.:
. Miss Lolzla appeared In court
quire about Williams' fee hut
whether the attorney was .being
paid "with union dues."
- .-'- r "i '"
T believe If would be a breach
of trust to take their Teamsters
dues to pay to defend aman
who has been accused of a crime
...who mav be auilty of a
crime," the senator said. v u
T IJ. I A I- A .
xie aaoea uiao ne would oc
satisfied to hear that Hoffa and
Teamsters President Dave Beck,
who also is being defended by
Williams i against income tax
charges, are paying their own
legal fees., ';
Williams "had charge that Mc
CleUan had. gone far beyond the
oounas oi propriety in asKing a
bout his fees. He told the court
angrily that "it Is not my inten
tion to make this disclosure."
Hoffa's attorney had sought
permission to examine the rec
ords of the grand Jury which in-
aicted tne Teamsters ornciais.
But Judge ; Matthews rejected
tnap motion along with the move
for dismissal of the charges. -
in his companion move seek
ing; postponement of the trial,
Williams contended that "trial
by newspaper" before and after
Horra'a ladictment would make
a fair trial now impossible, r
But Justice Deoartment At
torney James W. Knapp-sald that
li a man cam go to trial be
cause of unfavorable notoriety,
in some cases he would never be
tried at all." , :
Judge Matthews also denied a
motion by attorney Daniel B.
Maher for a separate trial for
Hoffa's co-defendant Hymen
Williams argued that the trial
should be postponed until what
he termed the present adverse
publicity "becomes diluted."
A producer is on f'tow
o Should thona his kxky ston.
today in a turquoise blue, frock
with no make-up. Her dark hair
spiued down to her shoulders.
But her face was drawn,; ,1 ,;
The girl said her brown handbag-was
ripped to pieces and
thrown in her face the day she
was arrested, t .tsi-i-h.H
t In a- slow; quivering; voice, she
charged that police t sergeant
Geoffrey Leach fin a fit of tem temper"
per" temper" tore all the clpthes off her
. She alleged he kept tearing at
ner ciotnes until she stood naked
in front of Leach ad two former
EOKA youths who -v turned in
former,, a few ;.Turkswer!; also
with Leacn.sshe wdv i t
Vasso said a typewriter cover
was placed over her head and
she war brutally beaten with; a
Leach, lii an earlier hearing of
me case, aenied' yasso s charges,
Al Ml. Hope Park
The fifth annual Family Ros Rosary
ary Rosary Night, wjiich has. become
the largest religious gathering
each year on the Atlantic side,
is scheduled for 6:00 this eve evening
ning evening at the Mount Hope Stadium.
. Thousands of people are ex expected
pected expected to gather for. this public
demonstration of faith and devotion.-
reimis I ef lelel el
. Tnia year's observance wui be
gin with a procession from 16th
Street and Broadway, in Colon,
to the Stadium, at 6 p.m. The
procession will be headed by the
Concordia Band,- under the ba baton
ton baton of director Van de Suze.
In the Stadium, the combined
choirs of the Atlantic side Cath Catholic
olic Catholic churches will be under the
direction of Jones Qulnlan, They
will lead the singing of several
hymns, in both Spanish and
joined by the throng which
expected to attend tne service.
Bishop Jesus Serrano Pastor,
Apostolic Vicar of Darien, will
preside and will deliver an ad address
dress address in Spanish. -.The Very Rev.
Joseph F. Konen. Superior of the
Vlncentian Fathers on the Paci-i
fic Side, will deliver the sermon
in the English language, tdc ros rosary
ary rosary will be recited in Spanish by
the ClareUan Fathers, and in
English by the Vlncentian ra-
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The Family Rosary eight will
conclude with Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament, with
Bishop Serrano, as celebrant.
The deacon for Benediction will
be the Very Rev. Roberto Alva Alva-rado.
rado. Alva-rado. castor of the Cathedral
Church. In Colon, and the sub-
eacon win be the very Rev. jo-
sen f. Konea.
This year s observance is ex
pected to attract thousands of
people, both Catholic and noa-
For Other Siiits l
The Canal Zone Pilots' 'Association feels confi confident
dent confident that theywill get a favorable decision on, en
overtime compensation suitnowpendingr befote thi
JS. District Court of Ancon in the light of the re recent
cent recent unanimous ruling of the VS. Court of Claims.
They were notified by their Washington attor attorney,
ney, attorney, William'-S; Tyson, 1 that the Court of Claims
ruled on Wednesday that pilots are entitled to rsl rsl-lect
lect rsl-lect tinte-and-a-haif overtime after .40 iQUrt in -a
work week and that they also should be paid travel
timefor travel after the 40th hour. rr
At least two other Caital Zone union heads, of offering
fering offering hearty congratulations to the pilots; "were of
the opinion today, that the pilots' victory eventual
will be beneficial to aU Panama Canal employes
I ; vSaid James U Hatcher: president of ihe-Crl
i "Our interest is intensified due to the tact tl ti
Pniio Aasnriation members have a similar pcr.i-
inir claim before the Court
ra,t '.w t. Longmore. presi
dent of the Pilots' ; Association
said v today he lelt "absolutely
a. k.n-..v' rAii1r4 win
now in District Court-
VTh Court of Claims ruled on
a suit .which sought to recover
unpaid overtime wages for 101
niinr accrued durlng. the late
1940's up to July 1951. at which
time the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company was formed ti ;v ; r
ouri laakt ta racavar evarfima,
k.lM traval i atfcar jeam-
pamatian th plleta Claim
tkay ainca July, 1951.
stated that they ex
pected an Oral argument inhe
case- in July and said at that
time, their Washington attorney
Tyson will, arrive on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus tor the argument;- '. t
Longmore receivea a
f nf r.i aims' nnainKs
yesterday and is goinsr ta submit
it tC DIStnCli VOUffc m UUR.
rie F.. Crowe ior ms reyww..-
-'Longmore felt yesterday that
rria unanimous decision of the
Court of Claims (on which tive
Justices acted), would. have
.finlta har1ns-n on the suit
now before the Canal Zone court
i. fi iiuiifa are ine tun
111 b.M.w .
dent said he was very happy to
The pnotr argai"sv
have received favorable- com com-ments
ments com-ments from, other Ubor unions
here... ' :
Ike's Claim Of GOP
Slrcnglh In Spulh
rASHTwaTON. MT 1
Sen. George smatners, urm-ocratlC-"Senatorial
Chairman, said todaythe Re Republicans
publicans Republicans have no chance or
fattening ; their congressional
strength In the South next year
despite some- GOP, southern
Moreover. he predicted pos
The Florida Democrat's state statement
ment statement followed t orecasta by Pres-
Mant Eisenhower and OOP fa
tional Chairman Meade Alcorn
of growing GOP strength in the
traditionally uemocrawc ovum.
The President said yesterday
In a telephone speech to a
Southern OOP Conference at
Louisville, Ky., that the Repub Republican
lican Republican Party ."la in the South
to stay- He urged that OOP
candidate! be entered in all
Southern senatorial and con congressional
gressional congressional district faces next
Smathers conceded that the
facts of life are that some of
the Southern states are bo long-,
ar one-party atatea."
of Claims. It will be aired
S. W.'Hatchett. Ire't
t.ha rentral Labor Union-I.if a
Trades Council offered Lor t
more his1 congratulations
learning of the pilot, victory
; Haaaik )ieM : WaaVyrf
whetker tka aJmWttratiae rn"-
ad to kppaal tko Court of Claims
ruling- to tka Supreme Caait. ;V
The police, association presi president.
dent. president. Hatcher, said today:
, "We were gratified to lean
of the decision handed dowii ii
the pilots case.. The interpreta
tion of ,the pilots claim to us u
that it win be beneficial to al
employes of the Panama Cvv
Hatchar aaa na taw w -catai
a.eaiire af Congros ta mote
farward an aN tmmBt am am-ployaa'
ployaa' am-ployaa' campantatiaa). raouatrs.
The policemen's suit : whicl
will be aired in the Court oi
Claims July 1 involves ine re recovery
covery recovery of about $50a,00) in t cl
pay. for Canal Zone pcucem'n.
LONDON Way '': It XP? r
Elght-year-oM Prince Chan
licked happuy at scctoph
operative ice cream today. un unaware
aware unaware that having, his tensili
and : adenoids cut jmay havi
surted a national, controversy.
Thursd'ay's operation eenflne
Prince Charles to bed in Bucle
Ingham Palace and put him of
an initial diet of ice cream.
Outside the palace- his '.to a
slllectomy bad another effect.
Britain's : press immedlatelj
raised the question: "Is this op
era tlon really necessarj?"
With medical opinion -dlvIJel
on the question, theT'f w!
given by Queen Elizabeth II ant
the Duke of Edinburgh may se settle
ttle settle pattern for .manjLVmon
British mothers and fathers.
- For what the Royal. far "j
does Carries a great -deal oi
weight with the average Erlr
on. t ...
To Run Or Not
, . t .
IX)KDON, May 11 ttF)lSl
inst( Churchill, t2,-jtt Trrt
ed today to be wndecidH m
whether to run for ro-e lection
Cie House of Commons at the t"
Informed oources df-'d r J
thai Chnrcbill bs decturd aga t
running agin. hew generil a .4
tlon could eome at any i.,ne,' H
aio not required by law umJ J"
MONDAY, lLT II
f 41 r
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
J. J6. JL vj
Glenn Ford Is
Glenn. Ford Laments Lack
Of Talent At High Level
Set For New
rrn i n u i
Astronomical 1 Prizes Can Spell
Dom OBig TV Quiz Shows
By DICK KLEINER
jirtir vrmK (NEA) Leave us take ft lone. hard look
fbeaaase oX space limitations, make it a short, soft one) at basic
' television economic.' tiua mm uo aren v..'vif
we wilt show that the laws of TV economcis spell an early doom
to tb upward spiraling of quiz how prizes.
ramer is one of the pioneers' ol Thereon hangs a squabble. Patti
' .1 r-U nui in 1 DkMi.'. Chn'll ... m ab-o. hat Hromntii
' the udisnce participation show on
, TV. IfaaV'Strike It Rich"-is still
going strong even thougn uie wp
prize offered by that program s
"The quiz show," he says, "will
always De popular, oecause 01 j'
strong element of human interest.
But quiz' show producers must face
facts. They started, because of e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic reasons they're easier
to produce, cost less and generally.
guarantee a Dener auuieui-e man
the more expensive, riskier drama
tic and variety snows.
. "But now prizes are getting as astronomical.
tronomical. astronomical. And they'll soon
reach the point of diminishing
, returns. Already, the y're ap ap-.
. ap-. preaching dramatic shows in
cost. If tho spiral continues,
' they'll soon cost mors than dra dramatic
matic dramatic shows then watch the
. big switch."
Lignite his words. Framer is
rurrentlv Blotting a program call
eT"Miffion Dollar Family." The
rriTf in iamily. that survives a
1 year-iong series ui tuummuuu
, tpts. will be a million dollars. And
it will be presented in the form of
annuities to each memDer 01 me
familyTtQ lceepfi;taxes.,jat mini mini-mumU'aiperlncideutaUy,
mumU'aiperlncideutaUy, mini-mumU'aiperlncideutaUy, keeps
,a taxfirm na a cavym jswjeia
' on hisstaif, to consider the increas
ingly complex proDiem 01 qu
In summation, class, remember
"ijc-ii 'Vs. money that makes the
TV mare go, not any artistic con con-jhieHOonei
jhieHOonei con-jhieHOonei Atsponsor wants-: a
;iow that will deliver a big au-
' ence at WW COSl. Al me muuieui,
uiz shows do the best job in that
'irection. Astronomical prizes may
change all that.
WHO'S DOING WHAT? Ernie
IlCevact: He's in a contract hassle
nvith NBC they want hinv to sign
. contract cauinjg for his serv services
ices services as "actor Xmterproducet."
3 le wants it to read the-)therwary
.round: nroducet wrlter-ictor
Paws She'll make her dramatic
TV debut on U, S. Steel Hour
production, "Upbeat," on June 19
She 11 sine a sons or two, of course
Peter Donald: He's the leading
contender for the job of MC on
Martha. Rountree's resurrected
"Leave It to the Girls," which Mar
tha hopes to have on the air either
this summer 0t next (all. ..Geoffrey
Holder: CBS wants him to play a
Trig part in Duke Ellington's giant
production. A Drum is a worn
an." due May 6. Denise Lor: On
the Garry Moore show, she won
dered out loud what union: juar juar-bide
bide juar-bide Co.; manufactured. They show
ed her sent her one of their man
made star sapphires.' ten carats,
Paddy Chayefsky, author of
"Marty: and.."Tne .Bachelor Par
ty, among other TV nouywooa
successes. isn't impressed
with the current state of TV dra
"TV, In. S f.JJ.f tAllhe jwys
"seems to be getting worse. Most
of the dramas I've seen lately
are all polish, with no furniture
underneath. That's not a very
good simile but yoi? know what-1
Actually, tit's a f ery pleasant
and accurate simile The only
nroblem is what to do about it. Cha
yefsky, himself, solves it by writ-
n lie mi ' :- i j 1,
i? -K ... J
PROF. WALT FRAMER f After
the spiral, the bit awch. t
ing these days for other" mediums.
He's working currently on a mo
vie script. It's the first thing he's
done that hasn't been designed o o-riginally
riginally o-riginally for 'TVsinc.e he clicked
on the old Philco program. Paddy
is writing his movie script in three
acts "it's the only way I know
Showing at Your Service Centen Theatres todayl
DIABLO HIS. t:30 7:09
' Richard Wldmark
"RUN FOR THE SUN"
Mon. Trim Against Joe
GAMBOA 7:00 r
"The Girt Can't Help It"
Tue. "Run For The Sun"
GATUN 8:30 T:06
"THE BURNING HILLS"
Tuesi f Man from Del Bio"
MARGARITA 2:30, 6:15, 8:45
"TEAHOUSE OF THE
Mon. "There Wilder Years'
CRISTOBAL 2:30 7:00
"THE OPPOSITE SEX"
Also showing Monday!
BA I n av A'i -Conditioned
ALOU A 1:20 3:50 6HS 8
K CARTOON and CX1:
A NEWSREEL! js' 1
I yv added fcf I
noewenea or mamtm Miwun
l W i Tlrtnf km csoc TICHNICCwR
ALSO SHOWTNO MONDAY!
PA&AISO 4:15 t:IS
Bwrlina:' Hfdenr ; :
"Flfcht- 1m Hang Keng
LA BOCA 7: Of
SASTA CRU -J:25
At Grdnf -T'rOWM
CAMP BIERD :1S
"COME NEXT SPRING
make an interesting production.
Eugene Conley, Metronolitan 6-
pera star, takes operatic umbra an
ai fjQ auuivan ror aroppine tne o-
pera segments of His show because
of a ratine decline. Conlev savs
it's unfair to blame a lower ratine
uu jusi one portion 01 a muiu-iacet-
ed show like Sullivan s.
Opera was here before Elvis
Presley." Conley savs. "and onera
will, be: here after Elvis Presley.u
i t When. Nanette Fabray star: In
a musical about a lady pitcher.
AMai's Game," on the Kaiser.
iiuuiiiiuiu nuur n Apru a, uie
director will be Paul Lammere.
This business of directing' shows
with a baseball background is old
stuff, to Lammers. Last rear, he
The actress to whom Glenn Ford
gives credit for his success in pic
tures following his discharge from
the United States Marines' is Bet'
Ite Davis.? Miss Davis saw the ac
tor at a studib one day, watched
him, listened to him talk and an
nounced to ner a employers sne
wanted Ford as her .leading man
in "A Stolen Life.' Despite re
sistance, Miss Davis won out and
has been a. good friend of Ford's
ever emce, - v .'
Now,, Ford plays any and all
types without any trouble. His lat
est film is M-li-M i Hilarious come comedy,.
dy,. comedy,. "Don't Go Near the-: Water,"
Cinemascope production in Metro Metro-color
color Metro-color -with' Perspecta Stereophonic
Sound, in. which, he stars as easy
going and alert i Lieutenant Max
&iegeiv. : v
v--. ''It: ,: 7:t,i,
Hollywood's top actors bombard
ed Producer Lawrence weingarten
for the key part in the picturiza picturiza-tion
tion picturiza-tion of the best selling novel even
before anything definite had been
decided, about) production.
. 4 ?
Ford also wanted the role-and
did something about it. He pre
Rented his ideas about the charac
terization to weingarten w h l c n,
coupled with his highly acclaimed
comedy performance in "The Tea
house of the August Moon," prov
ed that he was as adept at come
dy as drama, and convinced the
producer and the part was Fords
wnat he didn t know until he had
the role, however, was that Au Author
thor Author William Brinkley named Ford
as his ideal choice lor the part.
directed Warren Stevens in
On Spikes." f
The trouble is that' Lammers
knows very little about baseball.
When he eot the "Man On
uu w w wrue wmcn inouid .self out to. the PolO Grounds and
spent two weeKs ,roere. watenmg-
tne Mew. YorK (jiants nlav.rf Aside
from 'a Dbdger f anjthatl no place
to learn uaseoau.
"HAVE LUCK WILL TRAVELM-Becoming a movie sUr'
is 80 per cent luck and 10 per cent ability, says star Glenn?
Ford. After 17 years of stardom in 65 movies- he should
know. But he fays once you're a star, it's 90 per cent ability
and 10 per cent luck. He's pictured here with his wife, the ;
fornAerjJaEIeanor Powell and their young son; Peter, y r
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
jmbI'I watch centfr:.-'-;-
STORf Ml CINTSM AVINUI. MNAMA
rrl. DRIV.E-IN T1
DESIRE IN HER HEART
- UP B
DEATH ON HER NIP!
BABEAHA SIAX.YYCK-EARHT S!llll
HOLLYWOOD NEA) vGlentt
Ford has been accused on rare
occasions of being intolerant with
other actors; But he's the first, to
admit the accusations. -,
He has his reason, and after
17 years of stardom in 65 movies
Ford's reasons are as sound as
the walls of Fort Knox. Answer Answer-ing
ing Answer-ing his critics, Ford strikes a
blow for undiscovered ty un g
talent everywhere. S '4
He let down his rhairto me
while we were discussing talent-
talent that for some reason or an another
other another never gets the big break.
"The lucky break,"t Ford called
it, as he waited for a scenery
change on the1 set of MGM's film
version of the best-selling novel,
"Don't Go Near the Water."
"Becoming a star,' Ford Said,
"is 90 per cent luck and 10 per
cent ability and a couple of peo
pie who believe in you. But once
you get the lucky break you have
to be ready for it or you have to
get ready quick. Because I r o m
then on it's 00 per : cent ability
and only 10 per cent luck. '
That's why he has been, accus
ed of being intolerant'5 with other
actors No, l didn't put t mm on
the soot. He wanted to talk a-
bOUt it.-Y-''''-"'-"'1"' V"V.:-,,..s.'..f
"LACK OF TALENT at a high
level makes me mad," he said.
"I want to say, "Step aside, and
let Joe from Denver or Susie
from Dalles take your place.'
"I want to say, 'There's great
talent in little theaters ell over
the eeuntrv.'v I want 4 to say. 'If
you can't dellver.the goods, give
this unknown talent a chance.'
'I want to say, 'It's 90 per cent
ability now instead of, just 10 per
"But don't My it, I just burn
Today F ncanto .35, .20
ioel- McCrea in
THE FIRST TEXAN"
1 1 ; Mickey Rodney in
Today : IDEAL J5 A 15
Sal Mineo In
ROCK, PRETTY BABY"
John Bromfield In
"CURCCU the Beast of
, ; 'The Amason'.
inside and I' become Intolerant.
I also burn because Hollywood u u-Sually
Sually u-Sually inherits the bold instead of
the meek. If I, were auditioning
new talent, I would overlook the
know-it-alls and the bold 'W e 1 1,
nere l am Kids' in the front row
I would look to the meek in the
back row-rtbe meek with talent
Hollywood- seldom discovers. I'd
say, :you the frightened on4
come forward. Show us your tal-
ent.'.; ;;v-.H''V; A ,':
I dont cet to tav Ihli hnl T
think Hollywood should say it for
I want to say I believe Ford Is
right-so I'm saying it.
Ask any star about his best and
worst pictures and he'll list them
for you, But Ford maintains there
are many good performances
in bad pictures and bad perform performances
ances performances In good pictures. The movie
"Carmen" with ,Ford and Rita
Hayworth was a box-office block blockbuster.,
buster., blockbuster., l t -( A
f'BUt IT WASN'T good ; for
me,'' Ford admits. "I learned in
that one that 4 costume pictures
aren't for me. I guests I have too
much of a Yanke Doodle face"
Looking back to hit film debut
lirlWf, Ford saysr"As you grow
In this butln your v a J u e
change. Thing to Important when
you. started become unimportant.
Like worrying about billing when
your start out. w: ''
"Eventually you discover the
more important thin en like 'Whn
is the cameraman?' and 'Who is
the director?' and Is it a con
genial" studio with congenial
YOU DREADFUL DEMONSTRATIONS nf hnw rru
Charles Darwin waa, I was patronizing the product oftha
nation's larffest indtistrv Jn Jnt'i HiH
furthering Panama's prosperity and the reputation 'of tha
regime 6f President Ernesto do Ja Cuardi& Jr. when it
crossed my mind that the country, would be even more
benefited if I ordered another.- So I did.
To.a ""rprising extent, ; yyu may thank me fbr sLch
signs of proffress and nrn.n.rit .. iv. .a .". .:"?"
miJn HTghway?06' th' T breWCry. 0U on the. Transisth'
But it does not hoM th Tnn:ckmu. u:-u... .. ..
sCOnnVrlU.?nT ho? W"" Rose, thi Australian swimmer
scooped up a sackful .of 01 vmmV m .m.w.i.- L. .JS 'V:. ?.
on some secret preparation of seaweed jelly? L 3
" ln JU8t same waw dn. k ..i: A-lsLLv. .
the Tran u- 't.mK" viifwriiunsnip of
the Thing blew up "on i r.c.S Si Cen,va fir where
member. P, recent aftoon, as you will re-
' This detonati
Zone that som.thino- VZ:' '" ""Press.on in the Canal
reduction In Commissary nr "' C curred. such
in Panama th fir.t- 1j "-
it signalled tW "'.."J0 pi?n was that
obtT v; Jree-loadlng government
Both theR-ri.,ln,,. j i
Pldly as theV .H..:;;";ui,"Leam.we:e demolished as.
windows. But ft mystery remain. GenVa,, P,ate las
bang? ' ; -m"epy wmama. what' caused the
yard b W '""the junk
Ue. torch. thaMe2 !!"r-.attacke.d with an acety.
portly afterward, Amoved i?,eS IS IrJT'
leavinff onlv n 14 kii- t te'T"y from the scene.
work 5r! I V f .t'l (0Und for .cutter to
? Though nrt An. iJ tl' 1 ir ' v
hole; Irt the ground. th.PPrnco of the
- since then, If 'ybu hv -' L. V
carefully, this supposiJion .7' re-&d,n yUr PaPer
denied ti,- !.pP0S,t.l0P, "" been neither confirmld
i in iijii lire) -. Sa "i. f waiwi
heavy investigation. ,connes to be tinder
able yrK0!;"- ff 5- w
na a twiddly bit on ton -"o, aimensions,
back. Something .SJUoloInJ mn of n.w.ri,
But after that
all hr . .
hoW'ln th. -frM,i1B;!e.T. maKe an Inspection of
unAn riri Trorn:the Zon
Jjht round some 5f
In the last few months Ford
nas reeled off the best rol t
n career in "The Violent Men.1
"Blackboard Jungle.'.' Trial,"
S I ril m i n a a
raswsi uun AUve" and
: leanouse of the August Moon."
4 fl COT LUCKY. he vi miw
aeauy. .. ..; i
But then he -tells you:
"New vouni director like
Richard Brooks, Mark Rob son
and Danny Mann are responsible
for the fantastic things happen happening
ing happening to actors in Hollywood today.
They take chances they let actors
enjoy toe luxury of imperfection
that leads to terrific realism.
"Today's directors let actors ex
press themselves, letting the chips
fall where they may. They've a-
dopted Anna Magnani's favorite
words, Don t worry. Have cour
j3 C3 C3 HU
NEVER A PICTURE SO THRILLINO!
NEVER A PICTURE BO DIFFERENT!
IT WILL PLEASE YOU IN N' '
' A HUNDRED WATSr
7,; ALLIED ARTISTS present
upon the l. in the ground. ."Tur thoughtfully
m v aw ii i ii i rv b wn i entail :x
OrdS tf. usual sceTthes.'.
tt that, "It ba. ihint to Sf 'Jfe, .?r,abi;b e?f
itary spokesman as thYmiii.-L ,ad an official m l-
at the hole ir, tE a.7 Crw la,,'tf forth to look
After all, a hole In th. ,pokMman quit right,
published repSS?'1:?; can b frtw
thog'iiar TST" ng'the'lock gate,
and wrfJUi all prfsent n
the .Th ng was nbt th rrd-;- il Wa decld,d thal
ter officeT i; !condltlnw from Cdvernor Pot.
ihe oiV'c ased "th?-n7fm,nt r,r'y ,Mt week when',
suspicion coSld! th. TK?f '! andL fe,t betaking
himlel ? For tC w nl.ri Hf cor. Pottff
thi !S ? "f rPotte,:POibHity was scratched Trorn Trorn-dartiatfe?'
dartiatfe?' Trorn-dartiatfe?' A c
through the btnlHi-MilTriiiw u
carryback, AilT. wAlZZltSl "PrV
Panamanian srulded trillail. nn!kll!u -. .... OP.- n v.
the list. ... was sincKen from
It took a Conffression.l u;. Jt
AMr. X ...Hi l. i .T P4rt of the core-borin
THE BAD SEED
S I TTLLrTE IJf
-Y SI ELLA 't.
BenxaUonaJ Double Program I
' Victor Matire in x
- Also: y
" John Payne ia
. THE BOSS
r- LOVE ME TENDER
with Elvis Presley
. .,, Also; f
RtTN FOB THE
7 V v
i ci n
.. u .7A lr' mr oacK as doss bl
In. th.7la -x-
u,rl, T?TM lw "nance tne
show that merely because
in u. ."' thMry "garding th. Thinr.
. .1 tl all this for no other reason thanVr. "Zl
to DO filled somehow, and jto shov
thava f L. ...
nw vwmn no announced decision bv th. n,.
experts, nor the Secret police as to the nature of the Thinr
enU.nh0t b COnSUKd. tht treAenclou
enorgy and brainpower is being devoted to finding out what
it was, besides' a standard mine. - - -
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week will make
no reference to the efforts of Red to set back education -in
Panama way past the horse and bufs age. The fantastio
technique which kept tho Cantuta-Cab within wr.rim..
truck distance of the road is now being applied to scHtJ
buses, a ...
Because of this, there is every possibility that the
Will bring the first example of a Panamanian student
who graduates from grJe school and drew his first cL'-aje
social securny cnecic on trie same uay. Me will have set out
,from home for school in Ood time on Red's Cantuta Cus,
"VnirilM r nrnrill'IAM" n but not have completed the three mile journey t ;i years
He I h 1J I J I Y HrlcSIIAl llJlJ liilatsr. during which time he will have helped Red re W
Jjgine, and have raised a family in the back turt r: ; cf
Color by DE LUXE
Purists Weep Openly .L3flu.
At impact Of US On France
. By William Mehoney .
PARIS (UP KSuppose "le pik pik-juque"
juque" pik-juque" you planned for "le week
end" was w a h e d out by the
weather what could you do then
w snake les Diues
Easv. You could EO to "le
snackbar," drink a "coca" and
play "les tilts" (pjn-ball ma
chines). Or there is always "le
strip-tease" and "le sexy" m(rie
France has given the United
States explorers, missionaries,
heln in the Revolution, painting,
music, high fashion and, if you
care, six-day bicycle races.
i But the traffic" Is not all one oneway,
way, oneway, In fact, the impact of Amer America
ica America on the French language and
f way of life has reached the point
where resolute nationalists and
.. stout purists are weeping openly.
Tbey prefer the leisurely ; two two-hour
hour two-hour lunch to a self-service' line;
Debussy to iock :'n', roll; a quiet
cafe chat over pernid to shouts
above the clang of pinball ma-,
chines, the blasts of Juke boxes
and the tinkle of bourbon and
scotch on, the jocks.
Patten Started It
' But the wave of "Americaniza
tion" rolls on,' nowhere near its
It began with World War II
when Gen.' George Patton's army
wheeled across occupied France.
? Today jeeps pull French farm
implements, children on beaches
paddle surplus life rafts, motor
cyclists don a,u r p 1 u s "battle-
dress." t rench jaws' munch rttai
lywood chewuyt gum," and under
world figures pack rums;
Salesmen moved in hot on the
heels of the army.
Pmhall machines began to ring
In the quiet cafes Thanks to the
American, rather than Briusn in
fluehce j scotch .whisky-i became
France s i javoriw "snon annic.
France consumes 1,200,000 bottles
of scotch a vear. 'double the fig
ure of 10 years ago. coca-coia
swept the younger set ln.tle same
VBT. . -if. ; 1
Basketball became one 1 of
I it Knl
v "v A 1., r--iS M9
- : I 1
- rc '-rtfdHttr -m,, mi ti i S wrAituji;' J
N5 SIEGE CUff-Looklng like a siege gUiv this 14-Inch ateel.
ft f pipe is curved to fit a curve in the" Sun Oil Company' new 109-N
;nuw,iiicuiK tiviu wciawan w new tfcneyv rne una ruitSu!
near the historic spot where Washington crossed the Delaware.
Local Boy Enters Vest Point
After Year In Prep.; School
. "in like Flvnn. Golne? for thir
, ty4 Dick.'MliU was the message
that 19-year-oia tticnara. w
AmrnUdt sens to his. sister, Mrs.
J. Jean f Mangum Monday after
Kraauaune; irom me west rum i
; Preparatory Bcnoot. at asiewan
Air -orce Jaase, n.z, ,'..,
'v He will enter West Point MM
tary Academy in July of this
Rlchari .waa born. In Ancon,
. C.Z., and was graduated, from
. Balboa Hign scnooi wun t wie
: class of-'56. At the beginning of
jhls aenlor year he was promoted
. to Battalion Comxnandier of the
Balboa High School ROTC unit,
Rpfora his senior year had nd-
Mi: had earned another pro
motion, this timt to Regimental
. The preparatory School, which
- Richard apolled for immediate-
,My after graduation last 'year.
was estaousnea primaruy w p
- pare selected members of the
armed forces for competitive ap-
polntments to the VS. MUitary
- Academy.? However, other mili mili-tarv
tarv mili-tarv personnel who have already
v received Congrssional, Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential or other type appointments
. whether principal or alternate,
' are eligible to attend- tne west
Point preparatory School' upon
aDDllcation to the Adjutant Gen
eral, and successful completion
of physical requirements.-
Those completing-the prepar
atory school in May, issb,. ana
found to be tally qualified will
be admitted to the Academy
class that begins in July or '68.
With the deadline for applying
for the preparatory school Jess
than two months away, three ap applications
plications applications for appointment to the
school have been received by
Headquarters. US, Army Carib
bean, it has been :. pointed out
that all enlisted men now on ac active
tive active duty In the Army or Air
Force or a member of a Reserve
or National Guard unit of these
services who meet the require requirements
ments requirements may apply before, the
deadline date, June 30, 1957.
Richard's class was the 1st to
graduate from the school at
Stewart AFB. Prior to the start
of the next class this Septem September,
ber, September, the school will be moved to
Fort Belvoir, Va. j
Richard's mother, Mrs. Con Con-chita
chita Con-chita Rosas, resides in Panama
and his sister Is secretary
If iZZ V
to'Brla. Gen Louis V.: Hlghtow-
er, deputy commanding .general,
U.U. Army cariDDean.
i y r
v sih m m as
y, KKHtR K
r.v. ..j -. .... y--.v
France's most vooular games.
and boxing received a shot in the
arm irom American interest.
TIT .. m .... ....
Tviesmng, c nea "catch" in
French, caught on too a 1 thou eh
it's considered only v entertain
ment. , ,
! Yesterday's' brasserie has .be
come today's "snack bar" or
and both arc crowded at noon
with i, traitorous Frenchmen who
gulp down their lunches in 30
minutes in order to have '90 min
utes iree for shopping ana er er-rands.
rands. er-rands. t - .
Boy en' Credit t'
1 1nstallment .buying- and mass
production have revolutionized the
consumer mtrke t- Frenchmen
spent 345 million dollars on house-r
hold appliances last year, com-
Tomorrow Evening "4
Some 100 Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts
Explorers, committeemen, parents
and friends of scouting are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to gather at the St. Luke's Ca
thedral Bishop Moms Hall tomor
row evening' for the Boy c o u t
Vroop 5 annual charter dinner.
Col. .'Hugh ii. Arnold t r oop
committee chairman, will preside
over the program, which will get
underway at 6:15 p.m. and which
vill include brief messages from
the Scout leaders, a Court flf A
wards, scout entertainment,. : a n d
I. -' ''
glvo tho Gradunto a llfotlmo
,.. Vf.' -.00 ...
Honor guests who have accept-
eu invitation? to be present for the
hiifrAt- atvl.. dinnni atartintf nmmnt
n.t. i : m;. '";:" rm" ."""'r .",,r'if.-;v'T
hi uimiun vwu years iv ar e:is mciuue uov. anu airs
beX?re-" ". W. E Potter, Bishop and Mrs. R.
c p.per nria, recent-, H r.rw1eh Coi. and Mrs. Frank
ly noted that French newspapers
were getting m o r e American
every day. Comic strips and gos
sip aooui movie stars nave be
come popular. .American- news
agencies furnish half the basic
news printed in French papers
which have adopted ''le GalluD"
the polling of opinion, r. and the
terse neaaune styie. l t
But some Americanisms do not
translate easily. It took Arts a
whole paragraph to explain what
the New ; York Daily Mirror
meant by the headline "Fore!"
announcmg that President Eisen
hower would run again. , 1
MUler and W. and Mrs.' .F R.
Jonnson, ., Jvhnson, will be the offi-
tial Canal Zone Boy Scout council
representative to present the char
ter to Troop 5 during the evening's
The' annu'ar charter dinner, par particularly
ticularly particularly offers parents' and friends
of scouting an evening with those
who haVe the responsibility; for
leadership; and guidance of the
Today's jy Program
S:W Lamp TJnto My root
:1S ARMED rOKCES KOUK
4:00 Xncora: Bucoanacrs
4:M Omnibue 1 ...
:1S Induatry on Varade . .-f
f .-f JO You Are There -i.
: 7 0 December; Bride
- 7:30 Playhouse of Start
8:00 Circus Show
0:00 Appointment with
,:S Phil Silvan
. 10:00 Telephone Time--"
11 :05 Xncoref Chevy- Show
Courtesy of Aerorlaa Panama Airways
PHOKES: HOTEL L PANAMA 3-1604--
ii PANAMAr 3-1057-3-1698 3-1699
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I.'IO. -'-1 1 1
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itreasurs such s. gift for. life,. Corns chooss from our many lovely gradua;
tion gifts, Jewelry, djAmonds, watches, priced as low as $14.95.
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P, JHANGBIAL & BRO., INC;
OF 33 FRONT' STREET, COLON ,.V ,y v
Now established tr their Branch Store at 18-68 Tivoti'Avenue
v Panama, R. P.
invites you to visit their sales rooms for the bsst in:
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TEAK and CAMPHORWOOD HAND CARVED and INLAID FURNITURE'
. PURE SILK GARMENTS for LADIES and CENTS (lounging robes," -.
smoking jackets etc.) ' ;
FRENCH BEADED and PETIT POINT BACS .
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HAND CARVINCS IN JVORY.ADE and ROSEWOOD
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18-68 Tlvoli Avenue Ptvnama, TeL, 2-1515
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. i"yl k itnt V V' j
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AMI luxury models the very latest
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MISS MARY LOU DAILEY, whose engagement to MJ. Richard
'"Bphewon li announced. Miss Dailey is thedaughter of Mr
' aiuf Mrs. Earl O. Dailey of Margarita,- and her fiance Is the
' s of Mn, tod Mrs. Front McPherson of Lo Angeles, Calif.
MOTHER S DAY IILI BE SPENT EN FAMIIXE
BYfMOST RESIDENTS OF PANAMA AND ZONE
I ) AUhoueh several parties and dances have been planned
, WSSwSa. Day, most fi&jfSftt- ffi
i home A few have planned trips into the interior, but
?hreat?r!int clouds sutin a break ; to the onr droughty
inrvekted most neople from making plan to travel. J
J WgH.iihSriB. report better-thatf-average f
sili of Sterns for this .occasion, so many mothers awoke
1 "to mornlig Tfind gaily wrapped packages borne by excit-
i liel bV high and most churches have prepared sermons ;
1 on Mother's Day theme. ; n C
' OwMr Here: ,.
'irSd Mrs. Richard P pe,
vroers of the famous Cyprus Gar--Seni5n
Florida have been visiting
toKbmus. They wUl leave the
HotlP El Panama, where t h e y
nav:been staying to return to
f loflda today.
1 Amt? M. EarlO. Dailey of
. Margarita, Canal Zone, announce
" "engagement -.of daugh daughter
ter daughter Wy LotDaftey.5
ardjC. McPherson; son of M. and
MrsvSrank McPhersonj pf Los An-
i Mts Dailey wiU graduate from
Crisfdbal High School in June and
" will' nter Sawyer School of Busi Business
ness Business In Los Angeles in September
Mr. .McPherson graduated from
' Los ngeles High School with the
clasalof 1954 and was stationed on
the Isthmus at Fort Davis,. Canal
Zonejuntil his discharge from, the
' service inDecember 1856. s. ''
MrS McPherson is presently em employed
ployed employed with the General Telephone
Company of California and will be
attending Santa Monica City Col-
The firm of more patronfte and prestige In the Republic of Panama
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Under the management of our most efficient personel specially prepared
for this work service.
LEBLANC'S FUNERAL PARLOR
16th Street West
jSTART THE DAY
ij THE INSTANT
llsJe Riqht in the cupl
iVHOU MtlX AND SUGAR ARE ALREADY IN IT I
- Ptmmmm '2-0740 or 2-0741
A September wedding is being
planned to take place in-Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. Mr. And Mrs. Kline
States Vacation :'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kline
of Golf Heights returned Friday
from a vacation in the States.
Their daugnter Leslie, accompa
nied tnem on tne trip.
Jo Arm Eupor VVI
Mii Jn Ann Rnnoi has nloitffmt
Latqb4, ..Chapter of Laa Beta Sig
ma National Bandwomen's Honor Honorary
ary Honorary : Sorority. Miss E u n e r is a
freshman at the University of
Michigan where she is majoring
in music education.
After attendinff .National Mimic
Camp this summer. Miss Eu p e r
will spend two weeks' vacation
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Ravmnnii Fnnor nf Ralhna hofnrs
returning to the. University on the
fan. ,: ,Mr
Tho Rota Chanter Roto Sisms
Phi Sorority held its installation of
omcers. xnose msiauea were i res-
THE HAPPY WAY!
JUST LIKE YOU-your
children want t bot drink,
mornings. For the one that
builds real Energy Reserve,
get NestU's EverReady
Cocoa. 1ft iHf-just 3
tevpoonfub in a cup and
add hoc water! It's deli
cious you'll love that rich
Mv 9:00 nJ 10 .m. mlr
; ttth notice for incluiien in this
column should bo submittee la
typo-written torm and moilod oo
tho box number listed daily in 'So-
ciil and Otherwise,"' or ilelivtred'
by hind to tho oftlct. Notices of
meetings cannot bo accepted by
St. Luke's )
The Evening Guild of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke will hold its last
meeting of the year Tuesday, at
7:30 p.m. at the home of Mildred
Rowe, House 0419 A, V e n a d o
Street. Ancon. A critique on Dr.
Theodore PFerris' work, 'The
Secret of a Full Life" will be pre
sented by the Kev. wiuiam w
All the women of the parish are
ident, Doris Lesser vice presi-
ooiii, since mcukiin, TCCOiUiug
secvtitaiy, jeau coney; currespou
ueuce btneiaiy, ioruiu uuv on;
ireasury- vueve btroop.
The outsoinK President Kay
Kloiuz was uieoeniea wiin the gav
' Jean Coffey gave the report on
the successiui vxiri 01 me i b a t
uance. A.ay closed tne snon busi
uess meeuug anu turuea me cui
uirui poruou uc tne evenuig to
Jean touey. Cmturai cQairuian
jtinu inuouueeu jvay Klonu as tne
speaKer tor the evening; :f K a y s
talk tor tne evening was titled
'Kou and "xour Auuience,"f a nign-
lv amusing, instructive, and inter
esting speech, 'ine- social poruon
ot tne vemng was turned over to
Kay Klontz and Leneve btroop host hostesses
esses hostesses tor tne evening. Ketresnment
were served- and tne w tn t e ele elephant
phant elephant drawing was held the prize
was donated by Alice McGann and
won by Anna May Butcher. Kay
Klontz president was presented a
gift from her Sorority Sisters. .The
gift was a token of appreciation
and thanks from the girls for her
wonderful year and work: for $he
Beta Chapter. f-'jBk'i
It '"was" announced that the next
meeting will be held in Margarita
at the home of Jean Coffey, Alice
McGann and Anna May Butcher
will be hostess. v, ; . s
Those attending the meeting
were: Kay Klontz, Doris Lesser,
Jeaa Coffey, Alice McGann, Ann
Peterson, Norma Duvoll, Boots
Mitchell, Leneve Stroop, Alice E-
ricson, Mickey Moore, and
(CONTESTED ON PAGf f)
Phone No. Z-14U
MY COUNTRY, TPIS OF THEE First gradeta'slng With .en-'
thuslasm at the j-edtal held Wednesdsly 'morning at' Ancon
School to 'celebrate Music week. Visitors were amazed at.the
quality of the children's performance and the fact' that their
voices were true without, any accompaniment.
GOES ON !
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BRANCH STORES No. 24-351 (Calidonia)
No,; 3-46 (Salsipuedes)
Save your money. Compare our Prices
with other Sales...! J
Visit this Stor and you will be convinced of our
Low Prices and &l assortment items for
MEN LADIES CHILDREN
and for your HOME.
GOME TODAY TO OUR
SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU
o Choice of complimentary cocktail
o Music, by Frankle Aicarrafa. and his Trio.
All for only $2.25
Call. Maitre d'Botel for reservations.
plays ihe piano tonight
in the Balboa Bar, 10 to
2 a.m. also on Tues.,
Wed. and Thurs.
11 C m,
1 1 1 i ii turn
Shake wtm n.u eje.
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11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
in the air-conditioned
SUNDAY LATE RISERS
can enjoy again that
N wonderful, combination of
breakfast and lunch.
A Xlrkeiv Hotel
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NEW YORK. May U (V)D
perhaps remote possibility that sc
ence is learnins 10 ancnor n e s.
teeth into old jaw bones ? jrt pre
eiseiy tne way. original teem ar
anchored there by nature, ha:
been : rasied .by experiments : a
the Naval Medical Research Insti
tute,- Bethesda, Md.
Drs.-.Fred t. Losee and' Philip
J. Boyne demonstrated that "foi-
eign" bone particles tan. be im
planted in the teeth' sockets of
rhesus monkeys without arousing
Ihe -rejecting loreign body chem
ical response which now prevents
the free transplantation of parts
iriim one living body to another.
The bone particles were foreign
to the chemistry of rhesus corn-
keys because they, came from cat cattle.:
tle.: cattle.: For that reason the monkey
chemistry should have' rejected
them. But it didn't, and the parti-
cleg formed the indispensable
"foundation" for new growth of
monkey jaw,' bones in livmg mon
The beef bone had boon made
"anorganic" by chemical treat treatment.
ment. treatment. It. had been milked of all
This girl drops spill-proof
perfume container Into her 1
haodbat;. Ideal for. travel, too,.
Its scent Ms. lace-Inspired. ' '.
By ALICIA HART v
NEA Beauty Editor
Perfume, "i any,1 trood Tierfume.
lasts approximately fpur hours
wnen its sprayea or applied di directly
rectly directly to the" skin. v ':
When you want to renew the
application away from home, the
only solution lies" In a purse-sire
version of your favorite scent.
You want a container, i'af
course, that's sblU-nroof and
pretty-, too, one that cannot re-J
lease the scent untu you're ready.
to apply it to your wrists and
arms, you want a container that
wi?harriritk6 tTOat hanf baSr
There's a new" perfume vm4
tainer for the purse availably
that holds a perfume favorU
made for many years by a -well-
known perfume house. The con
fain- I. fi',1.A4 MI :
ped, its shape much like that of
a half dollar. V ',,'
, It releases perfume In the a a-mount
mount a-mount you want, when you want
it otherwise, it .cannot Spill. Tha.
scent Is a lacy, delicate one.
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characteristic ".'beef substances
, "vhich might entagoniie monkey
r any other non-cattle' ehemis ehemis-ry.
ry. ehemis-ry. At (east that was the thar
ry. The experrments proved :it
. true, for mouth tissues of mon-
kv. .'. ) f.
The theory of ''anorganic, bone"
weviousjy had been- proven ? true
or the long bqnes.ot dogs. Since
auman cnemistry is noWess' antar
?onistic-to ."foreign" substancs
man mat' of monkevs ami : dot's.
icamnauiy anorganic" trans
plants- will "take" in Humans
fhat remains to' be seen.:
Losee and Bovne created turn
types of "defects" in both th nn
per and Idwer .jaw bones. One
type was tne simple, cavity which
is uiuuuceu Dy extracting a tooth.
The other was a deeper bone cav
ity Dy removing teeth which had
not yet reared themselves nn nut
ui uie JHWS.
into tnese cavities,", they put
"anorganic" Jeef bone particles,
, Six days j later. microscoDic ex.
amination showed, the monkey
DorTtrrc wuiT ur PDFArHFS. Believinr that the
odora from waste1 treatment plants will smell only half as baJ
If the grounds around the plants are prettied UP, W. T. Blacks
man Sr fashions, a bushy, cat out of a hedge at the Murfrees
boro, Tenn., waste treatment plant of which he's Superintendent,
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bone was beginning to grow (i.
round the "foreign" invader. With Within
in Within two weefcs, the jaw tissues wrro
organizing -a. blood supply.- The
new; bone formation was -clearly
evident after only 13 days; And
there was- no evidence,! the sci scientists
entists scientists said; of ''foreign body reac reac-Mon."
Mon." reac-Mon." J
ri their', report' .in the technical
lournal Nature,. they, said "t h
material used could conceivably
have', wide application" tor various
oral mouth surgical procedures."
There can be no suggestion in
these., experiments that new teeth
could be made' to sprout 'to replace
extracted permanent eeth. Tha
point is that jaw bones can bo
made to grow around a substinca
placed in the sockets of newly ex
tt may never come out. Tha
experiments merely point to th
possibility. Meanwhile, ''anorgan ''anorganic"
ic" ''anorganic" bone is likely quite soon to
be proven useful in repairing new
bone "defects" in all parts of th
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-flE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Goods Priced By Students
Trained By Sears Go On Sale
r'"TtFirTr"nr MFRIT Charles' V. Youneblood (second from tight of sign), chief of the Roads and Grounds Section1, Las Cruces. Engineers, was .presented
a certificate of Merit by Lt. Col. John C. Wilkersoh, executive officer, 65th AAA Group, Fort Clayton after his section had run up 569,065 man hours of op--Mon
diirfnS i oVfl i without a lost-time accident. Co R. 3U Hill.Uthlrd fromright of sign), USARCARIB Engineer, looks on.,-Member of the Roads and
ids Section are left to right" C. R Hill; C. E. Borgis, I, P. Bryson, H. F. Taylor, S. Todd, C, Beaty, K.. A. Stevene, E. E, Taylor and J. A- Partridge. To the J
hftt rtra left to Sht! WilkersonV Youngblood, Hill, F. W. Evers. O. Gonzales, B. Scott, Jr., N. Roman, C. Caballero, G. O. Cur A. R. PrescottR. J. Talia Talia-to,
to, Talia-to, W, J. Tuttle, G. Reimlller, Jr., and J. Warford. '. ft., s ' -. .. ; t, "'
(PC-A) The Panama City
stores nf Sears-wilt inaugurate
Tuesday a five-day sale or gen
eral merchandise on wnicn tne
prices were fixed by a group of
15 students of Escuela rrotesio-
nal who -participated in a 30 30-day
day 30-day retail training program.
Starting off on April 1 witn a
general discussion and tour of
SearsVTivoli !and ?Los. Angeles
stores, conducted by George
Shaw,- the ? program; mciuaea
training in operating, auditing.
warehousinc credit .service
sales, promotion., advertising,
unit control and merchandising.
' In addition to Shaw, assistant
manager of the.Tivoll store, the
15 future businessmen -of Pan
ama who took the Sears retail
training r coursej received In
Roberto Constantino, auditor;
Chester Fields, stockman; Alber-
uciv Carrier, Destroyers To Represent Britain
At Hampton Roads International Naval Review
I LONDON, May 11 (BIS) The
"nustt Squadron at tne inwsr.ua inwsr.ua-tlonal
tlonal inwsr.ua-tlonal Naval Review at Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton Roads -next month will coa,
list of the aircraft carrier H.MS.
Ark Royal and two Daring .Class
ships, H-M-S. Duchess and H.M.S.
Jiamond. v i
( All three ships.are Anio.ns.th?
'newer vessels ot the Royal N&-
.... I.I. Dnntil htso 'firtmnlot aH in
1955 and Diamond and Duchess ( An Unusual feature ?fth,e
n iqkij Toresent Ark Roval is that she is
l ThP Kniiftdron MS' ; Under' -: the equipped with a closed circuit
i J 1 .Tt4a Avm'i f : T
m a. I -( I
The Germans had previously new class of ship lor the muY"jZmT''m
Social and Otfi
claimed that the ."Ark had been
sunk on many occasions and her
continued survival, although tak taking
ing taking part in many hazardous op operations,
erations, operations, acted as a. tonic to the
British, nation at a time when
much ef the war. news was bad.
command -of 'Vice-Adm,' IX. u
Power who Jit present holds; ithe
ippointment of Flag Officer. Air Air-Craft
Craft Air-Craft Carriers.-
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lArk Royal and her sister fthip,
II.M.S. liagle are the wo lat e e-est
est e-est 'ships- at present-in com-'.
missioo in the Royal Navy.V
Ark Royal is equipped with all,
the latest devices for the epr
ration ot aircraft at ea. f r
.HM S.. Ark Royal is Britain'
newest and most up-to-date air
i She is equipped with an an an-Tled
Tled an-Tled declf, two steam catapults,
Oie depk landing mirror sight
una a. uecraBO eiewi "'""
t j i l t """
Thus equipped', aha can fly'
If and laad the 'heaviest and
fastest types of aircraft' enti
- aard 1 Natal warfare ; and
rate them more rapidly and
with' g reiter safety than any
former; r carrier !Of tba. ?eya
The Au r "al is aD8 feet long
(720 feet between perpendicu perpendiculars
lars perpendiculars )t and has an extreme beam
on the waterllna of 11X feet I
inches ;- ; : p-
Her peace-time complement it
110 officers and 1522 ratings and
when hef -front-line aircraft are
embarked there are an edditioor
al 10 -officers -and: between, 5Q
The Ark Royal displaces $6,800
r(long) -ton-41,21 U .8. .tons Or
On the occasion of this visit to
jamestowa, ajAJi. Artitoyai n
ine jwwwing .aucr&xd. ,iuui.-
ed:v v ""--;"- :?
'ihree squadrons. of "Sea: Hawk
Jet fighters" H.
i One souadron ofwvem tur
Iio-prop 'strike'.aircrattj. U
Onetquadron of Gannet turbo-prop
anti -submarine lr lr-;erattv
;erattv lr-;erattv : - -
t The ship has a television stu-.
dio and a large proportion of .the
ship's messes are. fitted with re re-ceiversi
ceiversi re-ceiversi v 1
:.' ; Wberi the ship Is at sea and
out of range ot shore television
stations, live programs and films
are teievisea. I
' Shore proerams are transmit
ted when possible, such as when
trie snip is in naroor or in coasi coasi-al
al coasi-al waters. -The
television is else used
: for briefing aircrews and for
explaining the nature of Fleet
exercflsa and other mattere of
' interest to the. ship's company.
' DARING-CLASS SHIPS
ine varmgs iorm an eaureiy
Nin. v Although described as
heavy destroyers, from the point
of view or size and power tney
can be considered to be light
' With their armament of three
twin 4.5-inch gun mountings,
' ten 21-inch torpedo tubes, an an-,
, an-, ti-submarine m t r t ars and;
close-range anti-aircraft weap weapons,
ons, weapons, the Darings are among the
most powerfully oarmed ships
of their sise in the world.
j. Each has a standard displace displacement
ment displacement of about 3.700 tons when
fully loaded I and a designed
speed of over 34 knots.
HMS ? Duchess was launched
by the countess Mountbatten of
iiurma in. Apru iynr aua -was
commissioned in October 1952.
There have been three previous
Day Degree '
Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order
of the Rainbow for Girls, will pre-
she pays a state visit to Copen Copenhagen.
hagen. Copenhagen. 'ihe Daring Class ships, of
which three are light, are equip equipped
ped equipped for anti-aircraft, anti-submarine
and anti-surface ship
warfare and they are important
Units of Britain's new Meet, i
. H.M.8. Diamond was launched
In June 1950 bv Lady Denny.
wife of Adm. Sir Michael Denny,
who .is at present chairman of
the British Joint Services Mis Mission
sion Mission at Washington.
Like H.M.S. Duchess, Diamond
since commissioning has served
with the British Home and Med Med-ltrranean
ltrranean Med-ltrranean Fleets. She also Will
be one of the ships escorting Her
ships of the same name in ths! Majesty The Queen .on the state
The present H.M.S. Duchess
has spent all her service to date
with the Home and Mediterran Mediterranean
ean Mediterranean Fleets.- Later this month she
will be the senior of the three
Royal Navy ships which will a a-cort
cort a-cort Hr Malestv The Gueen in
the"Royal yacht Britannia when and men.' u
visit to Copenhaeen..
The present H.M.S. Diamond Is
the twelfth ship of this name to
srve with the Royal Navy. The
first, a ship of 60 guns, served
with Drake In the reign of Queen
Elizabeth I. The Diamond of to today,
day, today, like her sister ships, has a
complement .01 About zw onicers
sent a special Mother's' Day De
gree at an open meeting this eve
men, at the Cristobal Masonic
Temple staring at 7;30 with Miss
Terry Louis, Worthy Adviser pre
' This will be the first time this
degree has been given by'CristO'
bal Assembly and all Eastern
Stars, Masons, and parents and
friends of Rainbow Girls arempst
cordially invited to witness this
Refreshments will be served in
the banquet hall following the cer
LEARN TO FLY
t Student Instruction
- daily at
Colon Aviation, Inc.
"2, Charter SarHca
..Tel, J.; .,
to BUHneslead. credit manager;
Eugene Lowe, Service Dept.
manager; and Alex Garuz, get getting
ting getting their final instructions In
sales promotion, advertising,
unit control "book and merchan merchandising
dising merchandising from Mr. Nick Simon, as:
sistant .manager of Sears. ....
Lessons were Conducted at
both the Tivoli and Los Angeles
stores. "i i ."y
The sale, which has l)ee'n
named "Venta de los Estudian-
tes" (Students' Sale) will be
conducted from Tuesday
through next Saturday at both
Sears stores. ,
The 15 Escuela i Profeslonal
students who took the course,
are all studying book-keeping
and Were: chosen? on the .basis
of their scholastic achievement.
- Future courses will be con conducted
ducted conducted monthlyby Sears. : s
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Roberto Constantino, auditor for Sears, shows the students
the different accounting procedures used by himself and
' his staff.
',)Two Whirlwind (85) helicop helicop-'
' helicop-' ters for air-sea rescue and plane-
'guard duties. :;
j The Gannets are the heaviest
and rfe powered by two turbo
prop engines; placed aide by tide,!
eacn arivuig one or two co-axuu
contra - rotating propellers. In
.lone-ranee cruisine. one or other
of the kngines and. Its propelior
ean be stopped and leathered.
the fuilopower of both engines
r? 'm 7 7 1 ---1 - -
and for ebmbat. -
" rKrvious ark roiais
i Axle' Royal is a famous ahlp ahlp-Bamejn
Bamejn ahlp-Bamejn the Royal Navy. :
The first wae built late In the
,16th century for Slr Haker
I Raleigh, who was so closely
r coaeeraed 'whM the early hixto-,
ry ef Virginia,' and x the ship
was named originally the Art
Raleigh, according to the eut eut-Um
Um eut-Um pt the day. ...
When toougnt by the Crown;
the waa renamed the Ark Royal,
and s such' took part in the bat battle
tle battle with the Spanish Armada.
The immediate-predecessor to
the present Ark -Royal was -the
first ship to be designed and
euilt for the Royal Navy as an
aircraft carrier. She haa a dia-
plaeement cr 22.000 tona and
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'nk by torpedo in the Mediter Mediterranean
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Franklin Bernal, assistant manager of the Credit Department,
' explains 'the rules and regulations of the Sears easy pay
i, ,, ment plan. . i -
Chester Fields, Stockman, takes students on a tour of the
immense merchandise warehouse and .explains the system
used in receiving, delivering, storing and locating stocks
Fugene Lowe,' -manager of the service department, explains
, the complicated equipmen fused to repair electrical appliances.;
T A H D I E t
SI OLD B O N t 1 I f R I I T
I O N D O N
George Shaw, assistant manager of the Tivell store, gives .stu .students
dents .students general information on personnel, company policy, etc.
Mck Simon, assistant manager, demonstrate Kenmore and
Coldspot (exclnsiTo Sears trademarks), appliances to atodenta
of the tsrsela rrofesional.
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i; Fakir, Oliver Rate
Best In $600 Sprint
v The niirses of the Isthmus will be the guest&of
'the President Remon racetrack today wheto they
:" jmll be honored with the running of a handicap The
.'pnain event is called the "Handicap Dia de las Enfer
w.tierasn or Nurses Day Handicap.- ;
iUu Seven fourth series imported throughbreds will
match strides in the $600 seven furlong, sprint in
. ? ... 4 .1 j t l.'l A .1
fc-jispute 01 me purse auu a ueauuiui buvci.muiui;".;.
u ntrv nt Kine-Tonv loom a'fifures to improve against t h e
''' frrtaipty to be the mutuel favor favor-W.
W. favor-W. All of the other scheduled
f lljirtrs with the possible exoep exoep-"''tiort
"''tiort exoep-"''tiort of Concrete Pipe seem sure
i' to be heavily backed in the bet bet-.?
.? bet-.? ting too.
t J 1
x-Night game not, Included
' Kansas City at Cleveland (2)
New York at Baltimore
Washington at Boston (2)
-jhf other entries for this race
Maria Stmrdo, El Fakir, Oli Oli-1
1 Oli-1 vf and Pappa Flynn.
v Kirk's recent races, except his
'1 last have all been creditab'e. Lart
f V veck- however, he was used uo by
a a si I'm- "-
weaker ... imposition here. -Ruben
Vasquez,- the track's leading rider,
will guide Archie Obarno's one
Speedy Oliver, vastly improved,
could steal this race if Guillermo
Sanchez is allowed to get; suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently far in front to rate a com comfortable
fortable comfortable pace.
, nnf nut hv Kzcasav.
hp fadfri ir the stretch and
jhnichofi bnir fifth. Braulio Bae
. rpnlaces J. M. Bravo, aboard
. r r
t Tonv. a trailer in recent races,
'.If i. '.
. I mmm mmmm
3 v ' 1 1
ill ff I
ciluw, starting Maria Stuardo
Fernando Alvarez) and Pappa
Fivnn (Humberto Keyes) could get
up if they ger off to a better
Ps-pn? Flyn i which now has the
habit of leaving the starting gate
a poor last.
Fl Fakir rates a fair chance. He
will be nddtn bp Alfredo Vasquez
v.'bo returns, after being on the
sidelines serving a stiff suspension.
Concrete Pipe figures to be .in
the thick ot it for our or, five fur furlongs
longs furlongs then fade. He will have: For For-tunato
tunato For-tunato Hidalgo Jr. in the saddle.
The secondary attraction, in
wl.ich Melender, Gonetino, Ken Ken-singfun,
singfun, Ken-singfun, Jai Alai II, Double Four
nd Comatose are scheduled to
match stridt s, should be a hum-
, By CONRADO
-Socorrito Tiny Brook
Arty la (e)
2 Don Gran
J Tanara (e)
7 King (e
, 8 Sabfondo
-Jal Alai II
1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 000 000 1001 ; 8
Cleveland 100 000 Olx 2 9
Morgan (2-3 ) and Thompson ;
Lemon, Mossi (9 ; and 1 Jiegan.
WP; Lemon (2-3). HR's: Smith
(2). u it-'
New York at Baltimore N) :
Chicago at Detroit
(Postponed, Tain) ,i
Washington at Boston j.
(Postponed, rain) i
Score s Future
To Be Decided
CLEVELAND. Ohio. May 1 1-
(UP) The question of whether
Herb Score- will be aoie to re resume
sume resume his brilliant pitching ca career
reer career with the Cleveland Indians
was not answered today. t
Dr. Don Kelly, team physician
and eye specialist, Dr. Charles
Thomas, instead of making ex extensive
tensive extensive diagnostic tests aa they
had planned. Issued another cau cautiously
tiously cautiously worded medical bulletin.
It said the doctors "hope that
within the early part of next
week we will be able to make a
more accurate evaluation of the
extent of injury.'? ii .
They 'had been hopeful of
making a complete examination
of the strikeout king's right eye,
struck Tuesday night by
I earns W L Pet.
Milwaukee .14 7 .667
Cincinnati .14 7 .667
Brooklyn '. 12 9 .571
Philadelphia .12 9 .571
St Louis 11 9 .550
New York .10 IS .435
Chicago , lU 7 14 .333
Pittsburgh . 5 17 .227
. TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at New York
' Cincinnati at Chicago (2) t
Milwaukee at St. Louis (2) I
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2)
Cincinnati 100 101 1015 9 0
Chicago 010 003 0004 8 1
Lawrence, Acker (7 and Bai Bailey;
ley; Bailey; Rush (0-4)' and Neeman.
WP; Acker (2-1). HR's:, Long
(3), Bailey (2), Bolger (2), Thur Thur-man
man Thur-man (3). 1
Philadelphia B00 001 0007 15 2
Pittsburgh 100 000 0012 10 1
Haddix (2-2)' and- Lopata:
friend (6) Swanson. (8) and
Foiles. LP: Friend (2-3); HR's:
Lopata (2), Clemente (2); Bow Bowman
man Bowman (,3).
. (10 innines)
Milwaukee 010 040 110 07 14 2
St Louis 011 021 200 18 14 0
Spahn, Johnson (7), Phillips'
(8) Crone (8) and crandau; mc mc-Daniel,
Daniel, mc-Daniel, Schmidt (5). Jackson (8)
and H. Smith, Landrlth (10) WP:
Jackson (3-1). LP: Crone (1-1),
HR's: Boyer (4), Musial (3),
Moon (7), Aaron (7).
010 103 000 000 0005 13 3
New York :
021 200 000 000 0016 13 1
Craig, Roebuck (3). Koufax
(6), Labine 8)vBessent (12) and
Campanella; Barclay, Ridzik (4);
Margoneii (6),,Worthington, (9)
and Katt, Westrum (9, Thomas
(14), WP: wortnwjrton (Z-Z).
LP: Bessent. (1-2). HR's: Harris
(3). Spencer (3). LocKman ia),
Thomas (1). J ;
TAKES OVER Cookie Lava Lava-getto,
getto, Lava-getto, the Washington Sena Senator's
tor's Senator's new manager, taks the
field for the first time in his
new position at Detroit. Lava Lava-getto
getto Lava-getto replaced Chuck Dre3sert
as manager prior to the Sena Senator's
tor's Senator's game with the Tigers.-
Rcd!:grf Treves :
Ti:d Fcr FirsI; 7 ;
NEW YORK, May II (UP)
: Bob Thorman's ninth Inning
? homerun cave the Cincinnati
Redlegs a 5 to 4 triumph over
the Chlcaro cubs today ; and
pushed the redhot Redlegs In
to a first place tie with the
Milwaukee Braves who drop
ped an 8 to 7 decision to the
St. Louis Cardinals, ,1a ien
frames. ;lf r-
'' The Brooklyn Dodgers lost 5
to 4 to the New York Giants in
15 -Innings and the Phuadel
phia Phillies downed the Pitts.
burgh Pirates 1 to 2 to go into
a third-place tie witn tne
In' the onlr came vlaved in
' the American League the
Cleveland Indians edged the
Kansas City Athletics 2 to 1.
i New York was scheduled to
engage the Baltimore Orioles
in night came and the Chi-
cargo-Detroit and Washington
Boston contests were, rained
Editor: CONRADO SARCZANT
Race Track Graded Entries
Kact 6a.; Sarin
Imp. 6 Fgi. Pun $400.00 Poof cIom
Firrt Rm of th DoubU
1 Socorrito i A., Ycaza 115 r-Should score off last
2 Bacana ;v S.: Hernandez l03x Dangerous contender
3 P. de Gales A. Credidio 106 -Could make it too
4 Loves Girdle J Rodriguez 115 Favorite -rider up
5 Tiny Brook ; J. jPhlllips 112 -Will fight it out
acreaminsr liner off th bat of New
York shortstop Gil McDougald.
Today's medical bulletin saia
Score '"continues td improve. The
hemorrhage . Is steadily clear
ing. There Is .- no longer ny
swelling around the nose or eye
list lis to remain unchanged at
this time." : J-Mi.'f ;;'.
t Vilma P.'1;.
6 Don Grau
7 Enganoso : "f
8 Golden, Bound
'H1.'" Nativ.1 rt.Purt $275.00 Pel do. 1:30
Sacone Jtu f th Deubla
S. Hernandez 112x Not against these
G, -Sanchez 118 -Cheap, ordinary plug
A. Credidio 102 Early speed only
R. Vasquez 112 Hard to beat here
G. Montero 112x--Prief early -speed ; j
A. Ycaza 120; Fractious ihIast,
. t B.' Baeza 113 4-Vastly improved
H. vRujz 105' -VVay down in class :
. ,,... -v Not against these -''
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Vieia rum is enouah to convince vbu that it's.
; ; ; u irear worm repeating.
. C At A PVNSjA oa'
1 fc-Ika .-r E. Darlofio6 Early speed only
2 Jachalin S. 1 Hernandez lOOx Doesn't seem likely
3 ,Moonshlner J. Phillips 110 Has strong finish
4 t(San Crlstdbal J, Chuna 107 Field too strong now
5 (Tanara "T. Alvarez 11 Returns in good shape
6 Franclsqulto) J. Rodrgz. 110 Will help entrymate
7 Argyl 4 ) B. Crlstian U8 Hard to, beat here
. 1 4-5
k Raae ar-Matfves"
t Pst Purta $175.00 Paal afaaaa 2:15
1 Plchoto B. Agulrrt 110 Good early speed
2 Montero D. Cortez 113 Could be runnerup
S Rendodita, J. M. Bravo 109 Rates good chance
4 Bugaba 'A Hernandez 112x Best early foot
5 Rb G alii to A. Credidio 113 Showing improvement
6 Fllfin v s. F, Godoy 109 Has strongest finish
7 Henco' F. Alvarez 113 Excluded from bettinf
5tfc. Race'- 5a. Serial Imp, 7
Ptt.Puna $500.00 Paal laat
1- Ch, McCcarty F. Alvarez 118 Impressive -win last
2-Crews Hill B. Aguirre 113 Will fight it out
SScintillaOon-R.' Vasquez 118 form Indicates
4--Chlvillngo HvRuiz 110 Would surprise
Imp. Ffi.ParM $400.00 Paal alaae 1:45
Pirar Raaa wt the Dauble
If good Wishes can do it, Herb Score, the Indians tr:;:'aitf
fast bailer, who stopped bone-shattering Jine drive wlti V.
face' the other night, la home free..
- It probably Is no exaggeration to say he has the'sym
of every baseball fan in the nation. Every player in the t
too, Emotionally distraueht at word that the 24-year-old s
paw might lose his right eye,, the Yankees' Gil. McDougald,
hit the fateful line drive, threatened to retire. -.--;
it is one tnmg to be hopeiui, even optimistic m a case
this kind but to be positive until the final returns are in
something else again., 5 What -If Score should lose his xi-ht eye
would that automatically put an end. to a pitching career thai
promised to match the superlatives, of Johnson, Grove, Feller
et al? r ' i
There is no record of a pitcher achieving big league dis distinction
tinction distinction handicapped by a sightless eye. From accounts avail
able, very few minor or major,' even gave it a serious try. A
Phone call to St. Louis, Where G.. Taylor Spink serves as cus-i
todlan of the game's 'archives, Introduced one Teller (Pug) Cave!
as a negative example. i
Mr. Solnk had no personal memory of Cavet ''This loot not.
appears on his card: 'Pitched' throughout career-with one eye." I
Cavet, a leii-nanaer,: coniemporaneous wimnjasey otengc
In tho southern Assn.. was drafted bv.the Detroit Tirers antf
pitched sporadically two seasons, -during which he had record;
nf 7.7 an rt 4-3. It would seem to have been a hi Kh tribute to
his natural eoulpment1 that the Tigers took a ;chance on him In
spite -of the heavy buraen ne naa to carry. (f
v' -C THE MASTER EYE P " I
Mr; Spink Mentioned that two -one-eyed pitchers, Bob Mabe
fit. Louis farmhand with umana, ana unanes uougias, s
signed to Columbus by Pittsburgh, .are currently 'trying to makf
the grade the hard way. Most recent won and lost figures show
Mabe at 3-0, Douglas at 2-1. -' ., '
' On the basis of case histories and laboratory explorations
in this particular field of science, what would be the probability
of Score or any other pitcher continuing ,'fcls effectiveness if de
prlved'of'total vision ta,one ye? apK, (
For, the- IOllOWingj we are inucoica to n uuiuinj ui wiu
esteem who, tn additions to his private practice,, attacnea u
the staff of the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary: aUt r r
"First, let .me join the-hopes or otnerj mat ib viccim
star recovers completely; i But even If he doesn't 1 know or n
i w hm chnuldn't continue to be of substantia
help to his club, granted,' of course, there Is no imnairment, J
ut wpoi vmiid denend uton the young man himself.
how he reacted psychologically and philosophically; how ?deter
mined he was to overcome. tne nanaicap a t ,
the dlssater. v.-Naturally,- he couia never nope w ivm i.u.
status as predicted for him with both eyes uVtherev are;ex4
pectatlons he should win more than he loses.", -r.,--.- s I
OUT medical irieuu pvmi;cu vm
tunate in one respect. "The young man might not have had
Iv"-.-. .it f tha.haii nart struck his "master eye." As it 1
CUlH- B'U Al- t Ul,
he stlir has depth perception, ana as ng as nt n
case u ""''-- .i, i,
aooears : everybody hat i master tye,":If you rt right
handed ybur master eye" Is your right eye. score is jeivnana
Sd BVrmMtw ye" therefore U his left eye, He was strucl
x... vx rnhat'. what- mm minir.&i: incna mmni wu'.
in me riguv i
he said Score's accident could have been even more tragic.- I
n" ... ..." wouM em te define depth and
fn,L A simole way to nnderstend iU function Is te train your
vision on an eblect aome feet away and beJeVa
front of let ns say me servant
close th servant eye and note how the object remain f 1x1
" . ... J.- M... ik. hn.itM ATT .'1
.a a. th nUnt to which the line has shifted to the right.
ouu ... I i h
or ta the left, depending on wnicn is your -maswr
done this, you'll get clearer wea, we nope, oi wns ou
friend was trying to tell w. vi:? r.:.if ,v;4 'i-V:! t-v
1 Oro Purtt F. Hidalgo 112 Usually fractious
2---Vedette i F. Gatlca 105 Could win, if trying,'
9 Arraoaiero h. ituiz no rorm inaicaies
4 Venganza M. Guerrero 113 Returns from layoff ;
5 Manandoagua D. Cortez 112 -Should be close up
6 Ragazza R. Cristlan 110 -Will fight it out
7 Escoriai; ' J- Jimenez 110 i-Dangerous despite rider
Sfni Raae al tha Dankla
Tell. Race 4a. Sariaa 1m. ,1 Pa
Pane $600.00 Paal aloaaa '4:20
1 M. Stuardo "F Alvarez 110 Jockey will help
S El Fakir 'A. Vasquez 112 Should be close up
3 C. Pipe F.' Hidalgo 115 First, half contender
4 Oliver O. Sanchez 115 Could go all the way
5 Pappa Flynn H. Reyes 113 ----Has good workouts
6 (King B. Baeza 108 Long overdue
7 (Tony R.; Vasquez 118 -Nothing to recommend
Irii.' Im 'Vl-T'l fv $450.00 w Paal datwa 4:55
:"' O QUINIILA v ; t ;!.-. -'"i":
1 SHver Blue R. Crlstian 110 Reportedly Improved "'. S-i
2 P. Vanldad A. Gonzalez 100 Nothing to indicate . 30-1
S Julio Verne: B. aBeza-110 Bd start in last . 31
4 Sabiondo t R Vasquez 118 Returns In shape ;. S-2
5 The Gipsy F. Gatlca 107 "Good early speed t 5-1
6 (E. Cross B.. Aguirre 110 Rates with best here S-l
7 (Edith Piaf A Credidio 103 Ha ant shewn muck ?. ? - S-l
fth Raaa la. 4V 2s. Sarlai lata, t ft.
$1000.000 Pad alaMf 1:00
1 MeWndez A. Ycaza 118 Mutuels favorite
2 Gonetino. F. Alvarez 118 Returns from Isyoff
S Kensington. O.-Sanchez 112 -Hard to beat here
5 Double Four B. Aguire 115 Sharper than ever
Comatose A. Credidio 105 Could surprise"-
would pay nice odds
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HOWE BASIUO, ( ia.;, J- -f,tfrkjiL" x A 1
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r By HAttftY grXyson
" NEW YOK (NEA.) It Is
. gerferally acknowledged .. that
' Jairie D.'Norrls wUl neve be a-
warded' a Pulitzer or any other j
type of prize lor superior match. -;.':niakng.
t 1 Big Jim Norrls can't eyen get
1 along Kh Ployd Patterson, the
heavyweight.' champion of the
world. .-Vv.i- i
' But .as long as-'th old guys
, stay. ; .around the International
Two Teams ') Of 'Equal Strength,
So All: Is Tranquil at Ohio State
',v Wkye kessler
' COttJMBUS, 0.' (NEA)'i
Tfte nasa still hasn't been mas
: tered and not a starting job has
:- been clinched, v .-r-
:i rt-Bafc-aa. Ohia Bute's -football
Intn fhcla flVial n0Slr
jj AUliUEo ncub iuui licl n.a
? ot spring, drills. .Woody ; Hayes
, was calm There isn't a better
i barometer to indicate that all
"1 said two weeks ago that
: them isn't a bit of difference be
tween the first two teams and
' that still t soes.' said Coach
Hayes after watching the would-
' be secona ? team-, in did ngruy
' trounce the first team, 16-8.
i is that good? Hayea thought
, sot His impressions were that the
: second team was better than ex
petced, not that the first team
r war under par. The reverse could
ibarue, out nayes remains un un-worried.
worried. un-worried. :
1 Actually, the firtt team is vir vir-frkily
frkily vir-frkily unchanged from the open-
'of spring "worxouia Apr. z.
t$p1te Its being pushed around
by the white shirts, Hayes indi indicated
cated indicated no immediate switches. He
did repeat his pre-practice stand
that more boys wil be playing
t' The most Unsettled position is
r ejuarterback, where junior Frank
i? Krempiai sq service reiurnec
i. Andy Dkulovich have been play-
in t musical chairs. Watching
from the wings with an injured
jcnea uu Deen lyn -ineis.
Tbe next biggest question
mark has been at center where
junior Dsn James holds forth.
Converted q a a r terback Jerry
Fields was making 'progress un until
til until an ankle injurv shelved him.
'Converted guard Dan Fronk has
' shown improvement, but there is
no experience at the spot.
c'fA FILL YOUR. NEEDS!.
IE MIXED HIMSELF A TALL ONS
Boxine Club will be In business,
It has gotten so tliEt the IBC.
doesn't have to promote. The
older fighters do it Jor Octopus,
Two years ago it was the an
cient and honorable Arc hie
Moore setting ud the Rocky Mar
clano match in a rather strange
way. Moore had knocked out ev
ery neavyweignt ne could, get nis
hands on, but .wasn't considered
tnialltled for. the shot at the
jackpot until he quickly put
Expected to be the weakest be
fore practice, the tackles now
look the most solid. John Martiiv
and Dick Schafrath, who shared
a starting job last fall, still stand
out. But Junior Al Crawford
and sophomdres Jim -Marshall,
Bruce Schramm and Dave Wag
ner are Bushing hard. If ail the
ends and tackles come through,
on both sides
Equally solid are the halfback
and fullback posts. : Junior Don
Clark, the whiz of last year's
squad,, is the top hand at left
halfback: even at half speed be because
cause because of a chronic knee ailment.
Dick LeBeau and Garry Ballin Ballin-ger
ger Ballin-ger and junior Dave Zuhars are
bright prospects. ;'v" r;i
. Don Butherin has switched
from side to side, but still holds
No. 1 ranking at right halfback,
with sophomore Leroy Car and
junior -Phil Robinson hot on his
neeis. senior Joe Trmsonno nas
taken advantage of Cc-CapU
uaiea wisco s oaseDau aunes to
shove himself into the fullback
chase, where sophomore Bob
White also has shown promise.
Joe Cannavino. who stands
out as a defensive halfback, also
is wiin me oaseoau team.
Much discussed fullback Hubie
Bobo, still unstead on a bad
knee, is vlrtuaiiy out of the pic picture.
ture. picture. Hayes hasn't closed the
door, but figures that Bobo, who
has dropped school the spring
quarter, will probably sign with
tne proiessionai pmiaaeipnia sa
gles. Woody Hayes coulda't. care
Ohio State's problems have di diminished
minished diminished this spring and the
coach holds great hope that
they'll dwindle even more this
lily In the chubby fist of Bobo
uison, a. run-o -mine middle middleweight'
And now 37-year-old Ray Rob Robinson
inson Robinson has dramatically knocked
out Gene Fullmer to get the big
payday he sought a little more
than a, year, agowith Carmen
Now that Sugar i Ray has fully
recovered all of his buck bffice
magic that one should do close
to $750,000 at Yankee. Stadium
this summer with theater television-swelling
the take tta more
wan a nuyion. Lena leasing the
middleweight titled, has paid
Robby; rich dividends. Thaf s
what he did ifrh Randy .Turpin,
THE CLEARING OF THE WAY
xor tn RoDinson-Basillo hassle
is indeed a windfall for the IBC
uv a time wnen the one Big Un-
haDDV Mononolv -nMrinri it. mnKt
what ; with i Cus D'Amato and
Patterson' refusing to have any
thine to do with Proorietor Nor
ris. Had the rather slovenly Full
mer repeated ni early January
decision over Robinson, Norrts
even might have had to look ud.
Manager.: D'Amato and Patter
Basilio.was hannler than Rob
inson when the Sugar Man swat swatted
ted swatted Fullmer on the old potato at
the Chicago Stadium.. Robbv
.1 li. i ...
nucw mi arm arounq a souung
Basilio in the dressing room and
Emperor George, GalnfOrd stuck
a micropnone in tne onion pick
er1 kisser, so he could tell the
folks in Syracuse and the coun
try at large what a fight, two
cnampions wouia maxe.
Conversely'. Robinson was sick
er than Basilio when the Canas-
tota clouter dropped a highly
debatable, decision to horrible
Johnny 8 ax ton in the same Chi
cago stadium battlepit on March
of last year.
- ROBINSON'S fiver MANAG MANAGERS
ERS MANAGERS he's down to three now-
had ordered new automobiles and
otherwise thrown around the up
coming swag wnen Basilio tossed
one of his mighty few off nights
against eaxtonr me agony nent-
Ur. But everything is hunky-dory
now that B&sUio has twice mas massacred
sacred massacred Saxton to make the Rob Robinson
inson Robinson Joust even more attractive
than it was in the first place. -Basilio
will concede Robinson
everything but age and he's 30
and has been belted more than
somewhat Every start -BasUlo
makes is a war which accounts
for his turnstile appeal. The ig
nited It llano hardly caa come
in heavier than 152 pounds and
be anyunng .remotely approach
ing right. This means that hell
spot Robinson aevea or 'tight
pounas as wen as Aeignt ana
AND AGAINST FtLLMER the
second time out, Roblason clear,
ly demonstrated that he re.
mains one of the great one-punch
KnocKerouti. He s naa si knock knockouts
outs knockouts and the bulk of his victims
were left for seriously dead by
one shot, 'usually the left hook to
the shaving area which melted
Iron Man rullmer.
As Baaiiio pottned out, Tn'I-
raeT walked Into the punch itb
his ehia up in the air. Perhaps
Carmen has found a way to tuckrj
in his Jaw, although there was
no evidence of this ia any pre
Carmen Basilio wades into the
ether guy with the sign, "WEL "WELCOME,"
COME," "WELCOME," on his chin.
And sucar Ray Robinse-a rives
d kind comforta tie locc
for the eight -
. By JIMMY BRESLIN
LOUISVILLE (NEA) Bill
Har tack's arm rose and fell in vi
cious- cadence as 'his mount
came Gown the stretch.
The animal seemed io- lunge
forward : each tune the wmp hit
him. He was trying to run away
from the' stihg feeing- put tin his
rutofi. When the horse hitthe
WIre.i.Hartack Jifted his rumble
seat out of the saddle and stood
up. It -was; finished now and he
.This wasn't a' stakes race i at
Churchill Downs and the horse
under Hartack wasn't Gen. Duke.
This -was the eighth race, a $3, $3,-200
200 $3,-200 claimer, "and 5 Hartack had
gotten 'down' -ilrsCMth' Mr. Oli Olivet.
vet. Olivet. a-Chean hide'.' A Stakes race
would Have meantomore than
$400 in his poeket,;The -eighth
Tace brought, him $10a."But they
were the same to him. v ,K
"Man nays me." he warf saving
later.' "Doesn't matter" whether
he ;pay me $10 or -$1,000.. it I
take the mount, ne expects -. a
winner and I trv to elvehim one.
Every horse gets' the same ride.
Riding1 plenty of winners, npt
just one u my Dusmess.
Hartack pulled a gray sweater
over his small, well-formed body,
picked up a bright red cardigan
from his locker and walked out:
oi tne lacs: room. He is a gooa
looKinr youngster ana ne warned
with quick steps toward a white
caaiuac in tne parking lot down
"I'll get' a Form tonight and
start over it for tomorrow., he
said. ".'I'll memorize every line in
it. you riae. youiwinK. otner
wise you don't eat. No, I v Just
won't concentrate on the big
race. There're otners remem
ber, I have to be at Garden State.
I want to know all about the
norses were." r
Hartack pulled away from the
parking lot and headed for his
suite at, a suburban hoteL His
day had started after noon. Now
ne was going nome to cnange
into a snit-whlch cost well, into
This was Bill Hartack, ft' 24
year-old kid who was. born in
the f Pennsylvania f. coal fields,
never saw a horse until he was 18
and now makes a quarter of a
million dollars a year riding
them. Sports makes a great deal
of the lengths to which Mickey
Mantle went to incorporate him himself..
self.. himself.. If Mantle is a corporation
then Bill Hartack la a cartel, lie
does nothing but' make money.
'Lgei'lt by thinking he"sald!
"There's no style to riding. Ev
ery time the gate opens, itYdif
terent. you nave to Know norses,
I'll be walking down the street
and my mind will be on a race
five weeks ago. I'll remember a
horse I laid, behind drifted on a
irurn ana j. gut uiruuu on tnc
rail. The horse has a habit of
doing that. I- want .' to keep it
fresh in my mind." ,. .
Hartac'k cot into radnr be
cause he disliked the Pennsylva
nia coal country. As ne was
leaving the track, a mine opera operator
tor operator Introduced himself.
."You come from my country
and we're right proud of you,"
the guy .said. "Come on over. I'd
like you to meet my wife."
"Thanks, but I'm in a hurry,'
Bill Hartack answered,
r :n i n"H .ii .ii i'
LAUREL. Md (NEA) GIv
en one chance to live. Aeschylus
successfully came through a
"problematical" operation per performed
formed performed last September and is a a-gain
gain a-gain a highly-regarded member
of the turf handicap field.
Aeschylus operation at the
University of Pennsylvania was
very much like removing a bone
chin from a baseball pitcher's
arm. only in the ease of this!
horse, had not the chipped bone
piece been removed from his pas.
tern, he would have hsd to be
destroyed., points out Owner-
Trainer Doucfas R. SmalL
"He certainly was a basket
case if I ever saw one. His lei
blew up like a watermelon afte
the Longfellow Handicap and we
didat believe there was muca ot
a chance to save him."
The familiar slogan, "Horses
for courses," applies to Aeschylus
and Laurel His finest, efforts
have been made here.
Douelas SmalL delighted With
his Maryland-bred's response, is
keeping his fingers crossed. Hj
knows they seldom come back,
but if this grass cutter is OK, he
12 Crews "In i
8TFACUSE (.TEA) Twelve
schools are expected to send
crews to the 55th annual Inter Intercollegiate
collegiate Intercollegiate Regatta on Onondaga
Lake, just outside of this central
New York city, June 22.
.They are California, Columbia,
Cornell,' Navy, Pennsylvania,
Princeton, Wisconsin, Syracuse,
Boston University Dartmouth,
Massachusetts Institute of Tech Technology
nology Technology and Wisconsin. Syracuse
is the host for the sixth straight
Last summer, Cornell was vic victorious
torious victorious U the varsity race.
Hard-Heads Slow U
Beasley Calls Them
' e '.(-.-. -,''v1'y f ..... "'- -i "'ii hi'
By MURRAY OLDERMAN ''
NEW YORK (NEA) Amer
ican tennis is lagging behind
the Australian brand' because
we've jot a bunch of, hard hardheads
heads hardheads playing the game.
That's what v Mercer Beasley
the venerable teacher who gave
Frank Parker to our generation,
"The trouble." he points a
sensitive finger, 'ls all mental
not physical. Our kids are lust
as, big, just as fast and just as
strong. They .don't know what
to do. with their equipment and
refuse to learn.
:T told Mike Green .at ? the
national last year, You oughf
to go out and practice your
IOOS.' i l
"He looked at me like he didn't
even JcnoW what it was. Prac Practice
tice Practice to kids like him consists of
cuiuk uu kuu umyinii two iasi
sets the devil with fundament fundamentals.
als. fundamentals. w,';v
. "But Ken RosewallTwon the
United States tittle by lobbing
Vic Selxas-.to death, then was
smart enough to switch strateev
against Lew Hoad and olay the
can ngnt i at nim -where r he
couldn't use his power. That's
what you call, tennis thinkings
; "The falacy of the American
game is Incorrect net Dositiflii
on the af tack. All of today's kids
rush the net only one way, up
me center, na get Slaughtered
by passing shots. And no one
bawls them put for their stupi-
This time of year is the spring
training or tennis, when young
sters and oldsters should be
ironing out their faults and pre
paring xor tne Aussie invasion.
Beasley lust shrusrs and. .run
ning dowh the list of American
hopefuls, plays -. a .recurernt
tneme of attitude.,
Sammy Giammalva: "He's not
a happy' player, defeatist outlook.''-
' ..' .;; t
Bob Perry: 4,He doesn't know
he could be great."
Whitney Reed-"He's Inclined
to be a screwball."
Gerry Moss "He should be
little happier. Make him smile."
Mike Green "He needs onlv
t ,-learn court, position. Ditto
VW pMVWlM. as vuui
By t o u rt position, Beasley
means protecting against pass
ing shots. He calls today's play
ers lungers, seixas trot awav
with it Jor years because he had
the agility to compensate for his
bad tactics. Above. 30. however
the slowing of age betrays his
game. .:nM.:.yu: .:
The old pro plans to effect a
cure at the i grass roots. This
month Beasley takes a Spalding
tennis clinic onuhes road with
Doris Hart, makln stops at
Knoxvillft May 13, Memphis the
next day and Birmingham on1
the 13th. .A .;v-. :
'Clinic.' mtises Beaz. "look
ltt up in .the diqtionary is the
treatment bf the sick. I hate the
word. We are treating
people who have trouble with
their, game and rare wry wor-
' 1H get out on "court and. ask
TIow many people. have trouble
with vtheir backhand?" I
VEveryone-raises -his hand. I
bring one down' to. demonstrate
his -swing. Everything about it is
sick. So I tell him. fust like, a
psychiatrist. ', TTou've forgotten
lust one- thing. Get the racket
back far enough in time to hit
the ball." v , :
' "He smiles. The patient: Is
cured." : i
TennW, he concludes. Is real real-It
It real-It thpt simple if you think- a a-bout
bout a-bout It.'.-
By MURRAY OLDERMAN f
i .It., :
i n i ikl.i"t i 1 1
GOOD STOCK- Fishing promises to be ood' in"; Wisconsin
this summer assome 2,000 large northern pike are being
moved from, overstocked pot to other water in the area.
' Charles Gahler of the state conservation department is shown
stocking a lake near Wausau. Lots of fight in these fish.
It's time for
v m v r
It's time to step
Four Roees Bourbon time is now.
Dont miss another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
Mmlftt jt . sop,
, wraa lrU m l-Km ia
AVAILABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE
v j always 'fresh 'fresh-aways
aways 'fresh-aways mild.
Choirs tander mortal
i hit traem's
: The lrtth-Br4 turf handicap start
bai "hoof and matrthl xUfienthip
with Tom Lloyd. H Java to chaw chaw-On
On chaw-On the groom's' shirts and tomctimk
wilt cow-kick him,
Choirs (room, liko thaf $ 1 5v
000 putchM ', .which ha ; flfeancd (
,mori than $250,000 since hi ,im-
portation into the United Statoa In ;
December, 1954, was karn io Ire Ireland
land Ireland 65 yaari ge.
' ,.. jrf
-Lloyd hai been a soldier of for fortune
tune fortune and a leckcv lor the sar af
Russia, where in 1908 he carried the
imperial silks ta victory in ttcelplt-
chase races. He hae vabbed sene eaed
horser. On was Golden Prbica, which
won the last running of the Coffmth
Handicap at Tijuana in 1929. The
Cof froth. was the first $J 00,000 add- -ad
race offered in this hemisphere ;
-.' V .:!.
The only concern of Trainer RV
W. (Bustes) Lilly hi keepings Tom
llovd in shirts, Yl. -w ...it .:
Blue Choir really tears into themy
CHICAGO (NEA) The Profes-
sional Golfers' Association. ,o a s
sued Parkway Club,, Inc.; for $25,-
000 halance dn. The nrr sniiation
operates the Blue Hill Golf Club
at Lantnn. mass., the site, of "last
year's PGS Championship.
4 .1- Sk 1
I i..- r -l y
; ;.. :-'Trr'.,i'S'i-
.-:?4ii i-'l !! V'.i.-rr.-i f
t -'Jul' 1
THE, SUNDAY AMERICAN
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
as uttie u no month? i 1 a mill mi 7hjua
Or as much M you wish.
P.O. Box-SMS Tel. S-TWS
Panama, K. P.
, yii mia -' Msf. 1 yn.iiM '--iv --ji
FOR fceNT;-- Brand new
htuM. f Two : bedrooms.- San
Franclso, l"e AJegre, B. and
A. Streets. Tel. 2-2448. r
FOR 'RENT: 2 bedroom
chalet living dining room,
kitchen, vicef washing
tube, windows with glass
blind,, screened. Via Perras
2nd. St. east, Te. 3-5098.
PHILLIPS Ocaansida Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 180 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phono Panama,
3-1877, Cristobal 3-H73.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
, batch boose. One mile past Ca
Me. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Independent
rdom for bachelor. Phono 2 2-3487.
3487. 2-3487. 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. daily
': 1 By DICK KLEINER
j NEW YORK (NEA1 The sine
tr' lest likely to be bored in his
lueUme is Bill Hayes. This guy
ia,more irons in the fire than an
tr fireman. Taken one by one,
uioseare his accomplishments:
' He!i a top singer on records,
IV. and i stage.
! lie's a composer his latest
ABGf; Paramount record features
a -tune he wrote himself. "Ram "Ramshackle
shackle "Ramshackle Daddy."
I He's a writer he's written a
j?5aypa dramatization of a novel,
x tin can't be produced because he
' cefitt't have rights to the book.
And-ibe's also don an abridge abridge-ineut.,of
ineut.,of abridge-ineut.,of 'Romeo and Juliet' which
ma be done in sunmer stock; ?
ranging in age from to 9, and
f tparated by a logical system
"i YLtinv-ffiel-bov-sirL. I Incidental-
-.vihis wife and he had their hand-
i'K!bfs anaiyzea recenuy ana
mnt iaA thev would he narents of
knrst'.boys. The analyst didn't men-
t oft girls.)
! 1,6's finally acWeVed a lifetime
i.nbition singing serious music
,wUb symphony. This happened
t unng a recent Cincinnati con con-fentA,the
fentA,the con-fentA,the culmination of years of
tr.udy, breams : and hope,
... tl cot two bad reviews and one
good one," he says, candidly. 'But
i idvea every minute ci u. Ana i
houft to do more.'
A"far as the profitable pop side.
J.:- A. U.T. (nl.rl
to be. .out" of the Davy Crockett
and;' .Wringle Wrangle g r o v e.
(These were bis two smash hits.)
They did very well for him, he ad
mits, but be s delighted to be ao ao-ingxsom
ingxsom ao-ingxsom other kinds of songs.
t Her has three very strong possi possibilities
bilities possibilities for a regular TV show of
liifr-ewn next fall. And he's doing
int of euest annearanees.
'Taken aB- in all, the word that
bt st describes Bill Hayes is
f'Whewl" j .
" Dava GeVr0wy's "Widl, W i d e
.World of Jazz" album on RCA has
been a surprise hit. So much so, in
'iacCthat RCA and GaTroway are
currently working on plans for
inje oi the same.
f Nat "King" Colo's record of Irv Irv--
- Irv-- Ing Berlin's old -Mimer, "Maybe
It s Because J Love You Too Much"
Las at' least one enthusiastic fan.
And tnafs Irving Berlin.
Hs" said to Cole, "Your record
tie? given me one1 of the greatest
thrills I've had in my career."
v The Colli version, incidentally. Is
included on bis new Capitol album,
"Ljye Is the Thing."
1 Matty Matthews, Sammy Kaye's
b..ff3"manager, needs help. He's
xying to collect all of Sammy's
records, and is missing five.
Anybody who can help find co co-tne
tne co-tne of these tunes "Bella Bella
DdHha." "Godipetd to You,"
'FJ-iends and Neighbors," "Mid "Midnight
night "Midnight Ride" or "Don't Cry, Baby"
shoi-ld write io Matthews at 607
Fflh Avenue, New York.
: That'll be your good deed for to today."
V tflClC'S PICKS: Andy Griffith
' sViWf be can sing straight on
"free Man In the Morning'T (Capi (Capitol
tol (Capitol -Others: ?"01d Cape Cod" (Pat (Pat-ti
ti (Pat-ti f tit. Mercury); "One Is a Lone
0811 (Martha Lou Harp,
Prn ""Oii. Fori otten Street"
. brV Kondo. Jibilee) "T Cb r
, Ws!.(DuroUiy.ColIins, .Coral);
-cTame'-of Love" (Judy Scott, Dec Dec-?!;
?!; Dec-?!; "Look At 'Et" (Ralph Young.
Epic; "The Road Back" (Vaughn
nroe f!CAr "I Talk To the
Ires" (The Island Boys, Kspp);
We Always hart a complet
stock of rerfeettoa Kerosene
Stoves' and replacement parts
i ATTENTION. & J.! Just bulk'
madam furnished apartments. 1,
;' 2 aadreomt. not, old water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a,
pertinent, one badroom, hot
water, $40.00. J. K da la Osa
Avanua Riqui Building, facing
Firastont. Phono 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Furnished a-
partments on Via- Porras, No.
)20r overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished apartment, fr- bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, balcony, coot. 45th. St.
No. 22-13, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: 2 room apart apartment,
ment, apartment, service, kitchen, closet.
2nd. Street Parqw Lefevre,
houso No. 42.
FOR RENT: One badroom
apartment, living-dining room,
kitchen, services, $33.00 per
month. Tel. 3-0068.
, Nat. Colo V Rill Haves
A Teenaeer's Romance" (Rickv
Nelson, Verve); "Little Billy
Boy" (The Delvikings, Dot).
vocal albums for your varied
pleasure Homer and Jethro, two
funny characters, have a hi-fi ball
on "Barefoot ; Ballads" (RCA);
some of the top sal vocalists -Fitz
gerald, Bailey, O'Day, Jane Po Powell.
well. Powell. Toni Harper are gather
ed on Verve's outstanding "Here
Come the Girls;" Lou Carter is
another funny singer something
in the Abe Burrows tradition and
yru'll enjoy "Louie's Love Songs"
(Golden Crest): a better than-av-
erage vocal group is the Key Men,
available on "The Vocal Sounds of
the Key Men" (Coral): one of Ita
ly's foremost pop gal singers is
wuia Fizzi try her new "Love
Me it You Want To" (RCA),
Classically, good new instrumen-R
tal releases violinist Arthur Gru-
miaux plays Bach's Concertos Nos.
and 2 (Epic): pianist Rudolph
Serkin plays Beethoven's three
lnwst popular sonatas, 8. (Pathe-
tique). 14 (Mooniignt) ana u (ad-
passionata) (Columbia) organist
. Power Biggs plays "Organ Mu
sic of Spain and Portugal" (u-
lumbia; pianist Sandra B i a n c a
plays a concerto and five noctur
nes- by an all-but-forgotten 19th
Century English, composer, jonn
SEA-INC EYES Lifeboats
reflected in her glasses give a
look of the sea to pretty Dotty t
Kessler, 22, as she arrives in t
New ,York from Germany J
aboard the liner Berlin. The
American-born sirl, taken to
Cermany by her parents ia
1831, plans to live with rela i
Uvea in Brooklyn. 1 j
is H nSe porty next door
;iiii t been inviieo?
LRATE TOUR AD WITH ONK OP OUB AGENTS OK OUR OFFICES AT 1S-3T "H" HTKEET, PANAMA LIBREKIA FRECIADO 7 Street No.. II AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DB PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Centra Ave. 45 a) LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasqullle e FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. j St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoil No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS Ml Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J.- Fo.. do la OsuAva.No.41 FOTO DOMlf-Juslo Arpsemene, Ave. end 33 St. O) FARMACIA
VAN-DEK-J1S 69 Street No. SI FARMACIA EL BATURRO Puue Lefevre I Street FARMACIA, "SAS" VI Fonas 111 NOVEDADES AIH1S Beside
the Bella Vista Theatre. ... v. , i(;-.,.v, ...i'; r-''i''"'
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford V-8,
4-door sedan with radio $1600,
Panama 3-3188 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving;. Saerl,
fice, 1952 Mercury Station Wa Wa-gon,
gon, Wa-gon, rustless, radio,' Merco-,
matic, $850.00. Call: Captain,
Roby, 85-3192 84-5201.
'. FOR SALE: Leaving for,,
States. Must sail 1956 Ford
Fairlan V-8 4 door with ra-r
dio. Thundorbird engine. New'
condition throughout $1850.00. J
2-1827 or 5343-A Diablo. t
FOR SALE: 1949, Ford con-:
vartible, $250.00; 26" girl's
English bicycle,; $20.00; 24".
boy's English bicyclo, $10.00..
Tal 2-1552. House 5776-A Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Hts.
FOR SALE:- Ford 1951, looks'
and runs liko new; Four good
tiros and radio.1 $275. down to 1
Zonian. Tel. Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: 1955 Bel-Air
Tudor Chevolot, $1750.. cash
Good condition, 17,500 miles.;
Phono Balboa 2450), .,;,!
FOR SALE: 1953 'Plymouth
Suburban excellent condition,
low mileage, $850.00. Call Ft.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 4 dr. R and H
Powergllde, tinted windows,
w-w tiros, underrating $2,495
FOR SALE: Plymouth '47
Deluxe model, four door, ex excellent
cellent excellent transportation, $250.00
including insurance Balboa
FOR SALE: One Willys 1951
Passenger Station Wagon. On
Willys 1951 Sedan Delivery
Truck. One Graphotypo ma machine,
chine, machine, model 6381. May bo soon
and bid obtained at United
States Information Service,
Ave. Central 35-02, rear of
building between hours of 9-
10:30 a.m.. May 13 to 17, 1957.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hillman
Station Wagon, 5 now tiros,
battery. 2-2096 Ave. B. 13-49.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Sup Super,
er, Super, 4 door sedan with radio,
dynaftow, etc. Low mileage.
This is a one owner car which
. is in unusually good condition
and Is therefore priced slight slightly
ly slightly higher than the average.
$1,300.00 Ft. Clayton 87-6189.
FOR SALE: 1953 Monterrey
Mercury, excellent condition,
well maintained. 20,000 origi original
nal original miles. Four new whitewall
tires, $995.00. Call 2-1377.
; JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar r ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama; 2-055J
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Pkeaas 2-2451 2Q562
Laaro Riding at
PANAMA WDING SCHOOL
Riding t Java'nf Classes' daily
3 to p.m. Pkeao 2-2451
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Slim fear flmra
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FOR SALE: Girl's bicyclo,
26", excellent condition 120.-?
3 yrs. old 84-5201.
FOR SALE: Modern beauty
salon, best location In Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Good Patronage. For
further information write to A.
partado 2021, Panama.
' FOR SALE: 2 wheel trail trail-,'erft
,'erft trail-,'erft 600x16 tiros,-spare wheel,
- wood body, adaptable for haul hauling
ing hauling small boat.j Call Balboa
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FOR SALE: "Retina" cam cam-era
era cam-era with F2 Ions, hardly used
-150.00. "Weston': exposure mo motor
tor motor $10.00. Tel. Panama 3 3-6960
6960 3-6960 or 3-171U
LONDON. May 11 My sym
pathies are with stewards on the
latest version of Britain's famous
V'sCount turbo-prop airliner the
800 class now reducing the Lon
don and Pans run to only 65 min minutes.
utes. minutes. ', '.- ,!. : . ;
On this Silver Wing service of
British European Airways, serv serving
ing serving the "do luxe" lunch with
champagne bat become such a
contest with time that the .stew .stewards'
ards' .stewards' are wishing the now V I s s-count
count s-count did" not reach its, destina destination
tion destination ouita' a, soon.'1 'L
The vexations of 1 1 e-w a r d s,
guides, and all concerned with the
welfare and comfort of travellers
are usually well-concealed from
the clients : it is right that this
ahmilH h sr.
'. For instance. haa not reauzea
until this week that a ticklish
nriihlem facine the many reeister-
en guiae lecturers wno wiu pnyi
r ,, L .-ii -a
a million or more overseas visi
tors round London this year is
that of staving-off Interlopers wno
trv to attach themselves to any
party being escorted to places of
Announcing the appointment of
mnn enioeti. me uriusu imvci
and Holidays Association says tne
nuaiiCvinir test demanded proof
that applicants coma cope cum-
ly j but firmly, vwitn unwelcome
h.neers-on ''' f. "' r
Earlier in the winter aspiring'
guides attended f the Association
stecut training course. ,-.
' inurihni in 327 London fuides
on the recwter 95 women -ana
232 men all of whom have prov
ed themselves luuy -tompeiem w
make, a trip round London. some some-thins
thins some-thins that overseas guests will re
member wnn- pleasure lur.-'v
a year to corner v i?
-4 wonoor, y ino wr-
many: average. Londoners .cej!d
have answered the en ere I
knowledge eatochism ; on y .their,
own groat City? V' '.
It was news. to me- that;-the
i..um ,iik tr truck in the
bar is Ye Olde Mitre in N a 1 1 o n
Garden, and that tne uuuunau cuu-
lains a statue' W livmg uSum.-
raan Sir Winston uiurcnui. u
! fmwn. which, any
one Tmay,iloat on in the Tower of
i nniain 3000 diamonds
but I, a Londoner, might equally
have guessed 30 or. 30,000-,;
I knew, of ourse, that the 1.000-year-old
Domesday Jlook is -on
view in the Public Record Office,
that Adm- Lord Nelson is buried
under the very cemre oi ujb yy..
nf St. Paul's Cathedral, and that
Transatlantic air passengers oo
not arrive at ixinaon fi"'r
tral, but Lordon Airpon noim.
Anv scnooioT bw., --
though many wight have boon
waught by the trick question -- i
two 1. th. London statue, te
Charios Dickens Correct, on on-giwtavr
giwtavr on-giwtavr tbr it slot oct
Taking of schoolboys, nofforget-
Monsj pUirtruanr from
mric inrm wcts s w
class tne tner
i..h .h-eoast town of Bngntpn,
of BriUin's annnal Toy
A. risUnce WIS i 1
17 tie United Statea, Canadaand
tKa. UmOn Ol iWUUl -a ----
theV bUger Bumbers th.n.et-
"NofoCaUty aloWbut the tajg
oultV aVl ooTetty of maay of the
toys, seems U bsre appealed to
I boar that many orders wore
pieced for make-up evHtts tor
small firts. wttti swoot Mpstick
twt can bo ticked eft by wttofn j
was not stated.
"SNv"e ourfHs" for boys bad
caters witw papor blades.
Britain's toy industry has enjoy
I - I
i. The best dinners and drinks;
are served in our modern air-;
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar.' Hotel Internacional ."PU-,
' ta 5 do Mayo.
RATTAN furniture repaired,;
- rafinishod. : Guaranteed work-,
ntanshlp. Homo delivery oppo-v
site Hotel Roosevelt "Jimmy"'
Tel. 2-0386 Panama.
T.V. SERVICE FAST EF-
FICIENT' p GUARANTEED-'
PHONE U.S.' TELEVISION 2 2-4616.,
4616., 2-4616., i :
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: w. Sacrifice 1KW
, power-supply and final 5760
VCT at 400 MA. Ft. Gulick 88-!
FOR SALEj w 18" outboard
cruiser. Complete with 1957-35
H.P., Evinrudo, Cell Albrook.
ed an astonishing" growtlh in recent
years. Before World War II itsto itsto-tal
tal itsto-tal output was valued at 6,000,000
pounds. Today it is 33,000,000
pounds of which exports account
for .about 7,000,000 pounds,
Television has had a marked
effect on the popularity of corf
tain toys., Cowboy outfits, thank"
to recent television, serials, are are-back
back are-back in favor. V
The outstanding' recent news on
the television front is of the for formation
mation formation of the British Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth International Newsfilm A A-gency
gency A-gency Limited. ..
' -u. J A
' Fs ' t ' :
For a lontf time the need ; has
"been felt for an organization which
would provide television stations
and other newsfilm -users w i t h
the satne sort of service that news
agencies render the newspapers-
At British Broadcasting Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation headquarters in London re recently
cently recently wewere given -the story of
tho new set-up.
The' company is under the con
trol of a Tust compnsmg wei jo,
r c th Rank Film Orgahiza
flon, the Canadian Broadcasting
r-nmnration and the Austrauan
The Company is now ready to
provide a service of international
news on film for subscribers any
where in the wong wno may uvV
ate .television services, produce ci ci-nma,
nma, ci-nma, newsreels. or, like- Univer Universities;
sities; Universities; 'require neWsfilms: for, otn-
nMinl .v'?" WSVi .'V-"-
- If is the dutr of the Trust to en-
ir tnat tne-xunr w ."
partiaUy and free of
Uons as to the -way it is to be cut
or presented, in individual v 9Xb
ENCOURAGIHG ErtTSRf KiaB
, '.:-tfc. at naa neell
- .Aennein-vit, "t, r iw
.-v .tnid me that a start is
regular camera ""j,"
PAn.m.TMSPiith countries and Eu
rope. A large number of-cor re-
soondents and -'TfhrKt
men will be mployed throughout
the worlds i. x. ..
Thi-i tnosi entuui6"8 -ter?riSev;nd,h.s
as such, by viewers in the unitea
KmgdoTn A visual new. agency--
for such t is- eeaj'"
bhcking ln money and technical e-
resources is the sonsibk solo
onV especially as the ,way 4s
UfTeponfor other organliatUms
wlthlTth. Commw.alth to loin
th founder members. ,-- ,n
.elevUionryices, spread to-
to every country, ".
row for a comprehensive and to to-Xittinto
Xittinto to-Xittinto ...PPly of internation.-
television service ba ck ta
has shown there is no epntiicx
between televised news and toe
printed word. Each stimulated in interest
terest interest in the other. ; : f ;.
1 WE NEED FIVE
':' Account Eiecutivesl
One of the largest U.S. finea finea-cial
cial finea-cial ; metitttrieM ia ospandiog
into Panama and the Canal
Zane. We need five dynaink,
a caliaer ei. Selectad sp sp-plkaars
plkaars sp-plkaars will be folly trained,
have ieasaediato advance or or-raoseaaaals.
raoseaaaals. or-raoseaaaals. witb stnliaaircd
Hart isties for pyramiding
ea mo. Groin life end bospr bospr-taUsatieoi
taUsatieoi bospr-taUsatieoi benefit evailabk).
Pktasa give foil perticoleis en en-oenabtg
oenabtg en-oenabtg eaat OKpevionce, proaeat
paiitlan. availability, ote. e
lies betd la africtaat enH enH-dence.
dence. enH-dence. Wno f.P, Boa 134.
Penan.. tL P.--
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
. Laundromat, S80.00; Simmons
Hlda-a bad couch $90, 24".
RCA TV floor model with out out-'
' out-' side antenna $225, babycrib
with mattress $15. RCA Con Console
sole Console .radio and 3-speed phono phonograph
graph phonograph v $125, ; v miscellaneous
household items. : Tel. Amador
5193 until 4 p.m.: Panama 3 3-3188
3188 3-3188 after $ p.m. House 104
Calle 84 between Via Porras
' FOR SALE: 9 ft. Westing.
house 'refrigerator,, freezer un unit.
it. unit. 12 Tube RCA radio table
model, .. floor lamps, bods,
dressers, 12" electric fan, din dining
ing dining chairs, 2 bamboo tables,
miscellaneous articles. All day
Saturday and Sunday. 1539-A.
' Mango St. Off Amador Road.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool au
tomatie washing y machine,
recently overhauled $65, large
piano $110. Albrook 86-2200.
FOR SALE: Mahogany va.
nity with stool, hand carved
'liquor cabinet, dining and living-
roomy many other pieces
of furniture, carved Chinese
- chest, automatic Ironing ".ma
; chine "Gladiren"v 60 cycles,
Ascot water heater, bookcase,
chest of drawers, Tappan gas
stove, everything in excellent
. condition. Owner loaVing. Call
Tel. 3-0932'or 2-3012.
FOR SALE: 6 strand Rat Rat-tan
tan Rat-tan living room suite like now,
lar sofa, 2 arm charis,
spring cushioned.: Round, glass
top, tiered, coffee table, 2 end
tables, 1 ocassional table.
$350.00. Cell Balboa 2-3028.
FOR SALE: Living room
sot $9. .00 including; divan, 2
chairs extra slip covers.1
Floor lamp, foot stool), picture
rugs ,7'xlC, 5'x7' throw rug,
Phono Ft. Clayton 2281.
DRAWER VA." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.2.
MOYK TV AD10
by Erskine Jonnson;
HOLLYWOOD I (NEA) -L HoHv-
wooaites Are xauung About: Lau
ren Bacall's firm denial of rum
ors that she's giving up her ca
reer. -Acting is my business,' says
tne widow of Humphrey Bogart,
just as it was Bogie's. I'm not
65 and I m not in any mood for
retirement., I do not. understand
why anyone would or could expect
me to stop Jiving my normal vlife."
There are new and bigger plans
to show first-run movies- on your
living room TV screen by priv private
ate private cable not requiring approval
of the Fedorat Communication ;
Commission. Tests, will bo made
In Bertlosville and Enid, Okla
by Tele-Movies. A monthly sub sub-13
13 sub-13 different first run movies in- -to
the home. ;
Success of the tests depends en entirely
tirely entirely on the quality of the pro product,'
duct,' product,' and from what I hear it wont
be- good. Most of the major stu studios,
dios, studios, I'm told, will not participate
in the tests. :;.-'' .-.
' Stan Davis' reaction to head headline:,;
line:,; headline:,; Vj...- . v- - -"I
- see where Judy Carland is
suing CBS for calling her fat Boy,
has JaCKie Gieason got a case. -LESLIE
CARON'S ex hubby.
Geordie HormeL confessing about
hfs marriage to Kim Wads worth:
"We eloped, on our first date."
Paramount and Universal-Inter-nhtiocai
closer than ever to a TV
sale for their old movies. U-I is
reported asking 23 million dollars
for 650 old flickers, t ;,
' Anna M agnani and Producer
Hal Wallis battling ever since her
srrival in Hollywood recently. She
tsks for changes in the script of.
Boston Red Sox star Jim Pier Pier-sail's
sail's Pier-sail's quotes after seeing "Fear
Strikes Out," bia Clmbiography:
"I looked at It and cowMnt be behove
hove behove it was m e.l was partice partice-lerty
lerty partice-lerty interested In the sequences
wtth vtho psychiatrist, because
there wore so many things I
Jim. playing a preseason game
in Hollywood, came through for
the Paraniount publicity depart department
ment department on the opening day ol the
picture here by hitting; a t home
run. But it was Jerry Lewis Who
broke op the old ball game, as
they say, at luncheon for Pier Pier-sti:
sti: Pier-sti: "I'm happy to be associated
with the company that releied
war and feace' it cost nine
WANTED: Three (3) baJ baJ-room
room baJ-room chalet or apartment jiot :
later than June 1st. North A-"
merican family. Campo A!-,
Bra, Bella Vista, El Cangrajo.
POSITION WANTED for high high-ly
ly high-ly recommended maid wond-
erful with children. Albrook
million dollars more than the war
new .sports car he's driving:
- iiiiguaii -auio witn a
wrap-around monocle. Every 1,000
miles I change .the engine ..and
wruw me on away." 4
TV COMEDIAN Alan" Y o-u n er
and the Mrs. deciding to give their
marriage another try.
' Debbie Reynolds and. Eddie
Fisher booking May 29 passage
on the Queen Elizabeth-for Eng England.
land. England. Daughter Carrie and a
nurse will go along. They'll tour
Europe for month after Eddie
sings for week at the London
Palladium.. - v, '
. Dorothy' Dandndee's two mil
lion dollars' worth of damage suits
against-scandal magazines, Th e
gin is on lire. -
NOTE FROM READER BUI ASh
ton in Helena, Mont
vi was. looking throuKh the 1926
files of the : Helena Independent
and found a story about the 't pa paper's
per's paper's ex -cartoonist, Frank Cooper,
signing : movie contract. Holly-
wTth."-thorough knowledgt anet )onj BxprIertct In
.Vrofrigeratioi, -air-conditioning general wochanlca
and electricity; to take over managorrtant of thops, ;
'Seryice personnef," estimating .and -Installation! of
long 'established distributor in. Panama City 1 Re
; muneration : on prof ii sharing' basis plus basic ia- -'
lary, 1 Unique) ; opportunity r' cwlth unlimited pos-'
.ibiJities-,-!j V-. J,- S.'. I
Write In f uli detail to"' P.0 Box r4942,
; :;vi y ; 1 Panama; r.'p: j;. 7
A Sparklin Comedy Hit i ;
"Ybii' Can't Run Away From If'
oh Wednesday ;;at the Delia Vista
Cheerful. Infectloiir hd completely rariTs", rl rl--
- rl-- nmhia Ptctores new tomedy with tnoiir, 10L' C AS IT'S
AWAT FROM IT" playinr on Wednesday at th till K
'VISTA Theatre is at gay as the frostinr; on a wfrirf es-e
and O.S invittnf as a spring day in Paris, Starrinr Jun, A -Ivnon
and Jack Lemmon. TOU CANT KIN AWAY t i t
IT in Cinemascope and Technfcolnr is a romantic d ; i
from bejtnnior to end. Told bilartonJv and nh i
In its vo lOn CANT FI N AWAT FRtM IT prf-vr
Allyaon in n-testfally I! rht -hearted typo of i
tien. and Lemmon as a footloose reporter ro
lth malnr atonr of bis minor
- Dent ferret, on Wedn5ay at 1h. tUlt !-Tt, v s
bit comedy of the aeajMm. YOC CANT SIN A'MT ir.i' I
IT, haiieif en that nforbettable Award-winner, I; I.
ed One MghL"
FOR, SALE: -V cl
down, large house n I,:
Z motor lot, Radio City,
FOR SALE: EARC,'
', ly $544 down, $28.03 mo y,
$4444.00 total price, one i J.
room chalet, 10th St. Rio Aba.
io. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 Ud.
room homo and 4,500 meters
of land, near now racetra.V
$12,500 on terms, PATTER.
St. PETERSBURG FLORITS.
DITCH DIGGERS H E A D D-;
; D-; QUARTERS. We sell good va va-v
v va-v luel Attractive., homes at rea.
. sonablo prices. Also can assist
you in obtaining reasonable
- rentals.. ? See TROY HA Y E S,
-president Panama Canal Socie Society,
ty, Society, c o A.F. WHITE, Realtor
195 9th St.' North. Telephone 7 7-0344.
0344. 7-0344. v r
wood, thestory said,-was chang.l
ing his name to 'Gerry Cooper.'
Yup, today's Gary Cooper. v
. 1 f n
- learoe rrrr.
' . 1 :
THE SITNDA7 AMERICAN
Net Be Expensive
THREE-TIERED cake fo the wedding haa economy as well u
beauty to recommend it, for the total cost cornea to about 12;-'
-- By GAVNOR MAJDOX
NEA Food and Market Editor
We think this truly beautiful
three-tier homemade wedding:
case ior $2.03 is Dig news, it is
not auneuit. just carefully fol
low mese aetanea directions,
Wedding Cake (60 servings) 1 i
Mix recipe twice, first .mixing
is used for'10-hich squace cake;
the second mixing to -be divided
between the two .&-inch .-square
Preparation", Ief" egga" arid
shortening starld at room tem temperature
perature temperature an Jibur or two. Use
butter, margarine,1 lard, or vege
table shortening: Butter elves ai
slightly cream-colored cake: the
others a white? cake. Line bot
toms oi one : 10 x it) x 2-mcn
square pan and two 8x8 x 2-
inch square pans with paper. Sift
iiour once neiore measuring, uit
by spoonfuls into cup until piled
high, then level off by drawing
spatula or straight knife across
top. do not pack or snaue ciown.
Measurements: Three : cups
Sifted cake flour, 4 tablespoons
double-acting baking powder,
iVi teaspoons salt, 5 egg whites,
terlnjr evenly. Cover top and
sides with thin' layer of frosting.
Frost center of layer with extra
frosting. Adjust 5-inch cake on
top ana cover top and sides with
thin layer of frosting, Spreads
more irosung : on top ana ana
outside of cake; then, with a
knife go over1 entire cake, mak making
ing making a smooth flat surface for
decorating. Decorate cake Kvdth
garlands ana small roses, with a
pastry tube, s-in J s-
Cutting the Cake: Cut tbrf l av
er in half and then each half in
5 slices. Divide second layer in
3 strips and slice. Divide third
layer in 4 strips and slice. 1
; Ornamental Frosting .
One- half cup butter or .mar .margarine.
garine. .margarine. V2 teaspoon" salt 12 eups
sifted confectioners' sugar, 5 egg
wrutes, unDeaten, a cup cream
(about), 2 teaspoons vanilla.
- Cream butter or margarine.
Add salt and part of the sugar
gradually blending after each
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tablespoons sugar, 2-3 cup aaauaon.-- Aaa remaining sugar,
Shortening l 2-3 cups sugar 11-3
cups milk; IVi teaspoons vanilla,
yt teaspoon, almond extract.
I Mixing Method: 1. Sift flour
Once,, then measure, add baking
powder and salt and sift togetlt
if three times. a ..;.-. cloth, to f event, excessive; eva
v 2. Beat egg whites untJ foamy, poration). v '
add 6 tablespoons sugar gradl". Note: Uncblored marcrtrine, ff
ly. and-continue peatang onw. i ravailaWa,, will eiva. an ;allwhit
ui mixture wm sianarjn bu frostlne. If marirarine instead of
It's never wise to buy a foun
dation garment without being
properly fitted' for it. And since
every bride-to-be puts a great
deal of loving" care into the sel-
auuiuon.. flun remaiuing Hugar.i .tlnn ftf hp m-ddln drss it la
alternately with the eeir- whites aSl?? "ffi'iL1?
v. .1. m- vv . inure niiuuiLuiir. biiau cvci uiiblu
lurst, inen witn tne cream, untu
of right consistence to spread.
beating after each addition until
smooth. Add. vanilla; blende
(While frosting -cake, keep bowl
or rrosung coverea witn a aamp
The foundation underneath a wedding gown has a great' deal
to do with the way the dress Itself looks, This bride Ueftf wears
a long line strapless bra that fits snugly through the bodice and
down over. the hips for a smooth line. It's exactly right for her
.wedding dress (center), by Prisclllavof Boston. Dress is smooth
uy Alicia hakt ithe right foundation. But Jf a
NEA Beauty Editor tight-bodiced gown, with a bouf-
iant skirt is to be worn, a bra bra-lette,'
lette,' bra-lette,' that' indispensable aid to
the minimum waistline, Is defi definitely
nitely definitely needed.
The" necknne srtouia be watch-
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Flowers for the weddlag ere a trebles. FreteeeMve krldea
should plan ahead te aroid eeafaaUei an get tte heat re May
more important than ever that
she give careful consideration to
the fit and type -of foundation
she chooses to wear with it.
; The two should be f perfectly
coordinated, for, itthe founda foundation
tion foundation beneath that accounts for
the perfection of the gown's fit.
Tf the 'weddinir dress is a
sheath, an all-in -one corselet is 'a bra-lette is fortunate, for i it
ed. too. For not even the laciest
of : j. underpinnings should pt
Showing. 'i't vv;':tJf
The nicest thing about a well-
fitting" foundation- is that it caul
be worn under summer davtime
and evening dresses, as part of
the trousseau on the, wedding
trip and for continuing wear long
after the big day. 1
The bnae who will be wearing
through bodice and hlplinc, flares out over net petticoats, the
same bra-lette is worn (right) under; a pretty cotton print by
Anne Fogarty. Like the wedding dress, it's fitted close to the
fl aril rat nur kee wjiiw I Ammtw .1.1 n a. .
r",r ,""V""' ""j uAiiiif wviiu o sura o navo jour I i .1
comes not only m traditional lng fabrics and styling to suit
winte, ous in au me pasteis ln.ootn the figure and the ward
NEW YORK (NEA) The
well-planned wedding is the one
that is most certain to run
smoothly. And the smart bride-to-be
will make sure that all the
arangements are made well in
advance of her wedding day.
The task auite often nut off
till the last minute, to give pre
cedence to more tlme-consumintr
cnores, is ordering tne norai ar
vannnmanta m i m m wi af Ira
a aiig v uicii m3, a J m 4xaaa viaaVi
for flowers add that important
finishing touch to the wedding
itself, and should be, given care careful
ful careful consideration. ,'.''
If the .bride-to-be is confused
as. to the financial responsibility
which a wedding dress might be
butter Is used in the. frosting, the
cost would be reduced to $1.80
instead of $2.03 fpr this wedding
WEDDING RECEPTION Dain1
ty tea sandwicnes xtmniy. sliced
buttered bread spread with
chicken or lobster salad and nut
bread spread with cream cheese),,
punch or champagne, wedding
caxe. coiiee, nuus, mints,
-, 3. Cream shortening, add I Z-S
cup sugar gradually, and cream
together until light and lluify,
tt Add flour, alternately with
Ciuk, a small amount at a time,
beating after each addition un until
til until smooth. Add egg whites and
flavorings and beat thoroughly
Linto batter. -.
uaKing; i. uurn nrst mixing
of batter into the prepared lOx
10x2-inch square pan. Bake in
moderate bven. (350 degrees F.
1 hours and 15 minutes, or until
done.' ;-.'v '. -v i
a t When ftrsf. naVfi 1 halrori
mix second batch of cake batter p
Las in the first mixing. Turn bat
ter into me two o x B X z-incn
until done,- --v- '-r v.-f -1 M Mainstay-of any spring .Ward
"1 Cooiiinei Cool Cakes in "nans on robe-, the slim navy : blue, silk
racks-10 minutes.' Then loosen ess. No fuss or bother or trim;
from sides of pans with spatula, just the idea background tor, ac actum
tum actum out, remove paper, and turn xessories and jewelry.
tight-side up on racks to cool.!' -"' r v .'
When thoroughly cooled, at least1- The large brooch with pendr.nt
i nour, orusn caxes to remove ijeweis is wnai rans snows ior
anv loose .crumbs. Then cut offldressy -wear. It's placed at shou
edges of one of the 8-inch derr below the hip of at the base
square cakes into a 5-inch square of a deep V neckline, -! r o n t
cake, ' v-. ; V ..r back.
Frofctinf :; Prenare ornamftntal ' :
frostinir: Then place 10-inch cake1 Try pink .(but a Very small a
chosen. And its styling varies to
suit different figures, , y
For the honeymoon, f course,
other under fashion garments
wm be needed. Here ;are a few.
hints on, what to take alongr: -Vj
j Jhlgh-rise girdle should be
worn with slim sheath's : a waiit-
high girdle for shirtwaist dress-1
es, and a nantie girdle for snorts!
clothes. .Except for wear under! and darks in-your wardrobe.
a sneatn wedding gown, a cor- Try to color-match slips, bras
selet is optional, depending ou and-foundations. Since every
whether, all-over, control is pec- bride is entitled to splurge on
essary. her trousseau.- have the 'nrettleat
EVtiiii A- fiwi1.iua.Ui... n j. .. ...
"" "ic uiaooioico vi vniy- lingerie possiDie
robe -should be provided.
It is wise to make sure that
one of the brassieres chosen is
backless, for a low-back dress is
almost certain to be part of the
going-away wardrobe. This may
be strapless, or have strans that
fit wide at the shoulders and at-'
tacn to a narrow elastic band a a-round.
round. a-round. the waist. choose black
or white, according to the lights
'The white chiffon scarf is the
ideal fill in for the stand away
pans, Bake, in moderates Oven collar ; of ..a; spring suit ercoat,,;
(350 degrees F-) '45 minutes, orf-V' -. : v
jntildone. ; : -1 i Mainstay of any spring War
on laTge flat tray or plate. Frost
. i hi. i .
top ana ciuts-wtui .yun layer oi
ornamental frosting. Cover cen center
ter center of cake witVexra frosting,
place 8-inch cake' on top, cen-
m on nt of cink with mauve this
spring. You might wear pale
pink beads- 'or a pink cbilfon
farf with S mauve tweed coat
or suit. ;
f er lr msiur, fcr.rf. th Mile Ur ti( i ideil. Tliil is
' -T orJ T Mitlin in a itfKuntlr.krrKl
! 'r hit i hrr h and rlmm ul, krir.
t I o A S, N L A tt emea i Lditor.
By ALICIA HART
NEA Staff Correspondent
" WASHINGTON (NEA)' -i It
may be a man's world, but the
Navy just appointed a woman
to judge the conduct of Its sail sailors.
ors. sailors. ..-' -.. -;- f
' Lt. Cmdr. Mary Lou McDowell
of Bradford, Pa., is the first
woman in .naval history to be
aDDOlnted a law officer, the
counterpart of a judge In civilian
life. Although law officers do not
render decisions as to the guilt or
innocence of a defendant, they
do rule on all legal technicalities
that arise during a tnaj. r j
This is not the first time she
has come into prominence. in
the famous Abraham Chasanow
case of 1953 she was Navy coun counsel
sel counsel to the hearing board. Chasa Chasanow
now Chasanow was accused of security vio violations
lations violations but was cleared after ex extensive
tensive extensive and widely v publicized
hearings. In the motion picture
"Three Brave Men." based on
the Chasanow' case, she was por
trayed by actress Nina Focn m
the role of Mary jane Mcyoy.
THE SLENDER, attractive law
yer is highly respected by her
coworkers all men. sne says sne
enjdys working with men and
knows of no cases of prejudice
against her because of her sex.
Mary ixu graduated irom vvn-
son College in cnamDersDurg,
Pa., where she was president of
the student body and played ou
the girls' basketball' and hockey
team. She decided to become a
lawyer almost by accident.'
During her undergraduate
work she became interested
I I I
mwm ncWWCtl ftUluf U a.
H a stimulating expert,, 3uTy? r,ta .Ur a-le wiri4
the problems of" Juvenile delin
quents. She was disappointed to
find that no American schools
nad a sufficient graduate pro-
pram in that field. Her brother
Tom, who was a budding lawyer,
convinced her that through the
study of law she could satisfy her
desire to take a contribution in
garden, where she Is usually pes-
icicu uy ucr two aogs.
She enjoys eating, but not the
cooking that goes along with it
However, she admits to broiling
the best steaks in the wuhinr.
in ton area and serving an exciting
dish of chicken with wine sauce.
FOR RELAXING, Mary Lou
reads mysteries and is a treat
fan of Perry, Mason. She says
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
Well, prejudice Is a rrani dls.
, Iguise .for resentment, we prefer
iie nas piciiea up many good mj iurcea uy ue W i prejudice against
legal approaches from the fa-1 reUla custody of his two jtheiA daughter's future with
mou fictioaal lawyer. ichlldren. ("thankless stepchildren I think
In civilian clothes, she leans) Mr- w- writes. "The children they are voicing resentment of
towards suit. She says she does r anUgonistlc to her thatrthankJessness" in their owa
not care too much for "frilly i you can feel 4t when you see child. Thev have rnreat! hoo
One of the most unattractive
things a woman can dd Is to
make un her face in nubile, par
ticularly in .. a restaurant. Yet
countless women do it daily.
. At .the end of luncheon or
dinner, tney wnip out compacb
and soiled puff lipstick and
sometimes a comb and do a
thorough and thoroughly, disil
lusioning (to those who see it)
Job. Then the compact -is siiap-
Ded shut with a businesslike
click and dropped back into the
But the woman has lost;-not
gained.' lrr the eyes of those who
watch her. The powder roora ia
the place, and. the only place for
such repairs, ior there's anorner
angle to this unsightly habit.
For the sake of the skin, fresh
make-up should never be applied
over stale. In the powder room,
you can do a quick and complete
job without robbing your audi audience
ence audience of illusions about your
charms. '. v., y
Even If vou don't do an annual
spring housecleaning, spring does
somehow lend itseii to tasxs
that have gone untended all
winter. Among these are clean
ing out the 'closets and xitcnra
cupboards and scrubbing same.
While this is fine for the bouse.
It's rough on beauty.
60. before you start your
cleaning campaign, undertake
the protection of your good iooks.
Hands .should be sneatnea m
rubber gloves and ere amed
when you've finished work. Hair
should be protected -by a scarf
tied turban style..
i Give., your face a thorough
cream-and-lotlon Cleansing as
soon as. the cleaning Jobs are
finished.. If the weather permJtsJ
nave tne windows open wnue
you work so that you breathe as
irttie dust. as possible.. ;
for the flowers, (he will be quite,
correct in having her family pay
for her mother's corsage and the
bridesmaid's flowers. The croon .&
takes care of his mother and the '"
boutonnieres for the -men of the-;
wedding party, m t
It is, however, becoming more,
and more customary for tha tha-groom
groom tha-groom to send the bride her bou.-.
fluet. . 4.
, .- ::Lfn::(:MJ,
IF THE BUDGET Is tight; re-J
member that flowers In season-,
are a good deal less expensive -than,
those that are not,,"an(T,J
when prettily arranged, just ay
lovely. If the florist is told :1m''
mediately the budget he. has?;
he will be better able to do hlav
Job to satisfaction. -t 1
For the formal bride,' tradl"
tional white bouquets are ''-now
being designed with touches of
light pink or pale blue, especially
If her wedding gown is a pastel
tint ,or an of (-white. ; t n-
- .)(' ,','ni
The cascade form is most pop.,;:
ulaf, since it is a good balanceti-.
for a gown with a long train. Thev!"
price for an arrangement of thia
type in gladioli or roses v cai'
start as low as 7.50. On that'
other hand, the same design inr.f
orchids or Illy of the val
ley would be much more expend
slve. . ; a
'' THERE IS MORE leeway fofv
me gin wno wut nave a.semi-'
formal wedding, A wider varietjrf in
of flowers can be used, and 'aw
good deal more color. Althbufrfn.
orchids are still favorites, rosestff
daisies, anemones and gardenia ;
are gaining in popularity.' ; 'j ,!)
;'Th type' of bouquet- she wilt'. wilt'.-carry
carry wilt'.-carry should be determined bv"
the bride's height and the tyW?.'i I
or ner dress. For a bauet-iengtlst."
dress, a round, old-fMhionB!!,,"
bouquet with a tenter of rosea rosea-and
and rosea-and clusters of carnatloas. Oel"
phlniums and daisies is an exoeU V
lentcboice. - ,
If the bridal gown Is full-sklrt-iV-
ea ana ugni-waistea, a semMiw
crescent or crescent bouquet"' bouquet"'-should
should bouquet"'-should be chosen. For a sheath"'
like gown,1 a very modern styU ,.
ized arrangement is suitable. t
The informal bride, who wfll- i
wear a suit or street length-""!
aress, wui proDamy wane a eor
sage. Spray orchids or carnation
are proper, but daisies are com v1
ing into their own, 1 and. ar.
charming, a daisy corsage 'migbt.
cost as, little as $4.50.. .'
A lot of thinking should
into selecting flowers for h"
bridal party, and If ths proper
time and thought are given to-"-'
this phase of the wedding plans,'
the result will be rewarding.
m.i. . t-
iu ia uiv aeaeoa ior mauve.,
It's a lovely color but it's not fdf
everyone If your skin La slia-htla
sallow, avoid mauve, lavender
and, the allied shades. u&
A sagglne body is uiiDleaaani
-jto see. It also 1 Wring to carry'1
. arouna.Tne oia mead up. shour:,,
didn't bless all of us.ders back" rouUne will save roul
with thick, nicely shape,! eye
brows. Most of us have eyebrows
In need of shaping and plucking;
ana the neio oi an eyebrow pen
But the hand that reshnoes a: vou hecoma tirni nrim vmtn.
brow has to be sklUfuL Theeif to the point of. exhtustio
painted brow that arches into defeats 4he purpose of striding;
the hairline, the one that is too in fresh air. '""
thlrlr nr tan tHin Lh Him thf
from many little aches and pains"
. Wear comfortable shoes, wheh7,,
walking, and stop walking befor
too dark or too light, any one of
these detracts from beauty.
you 11 need to experiment, of
course, before you find the right
brow line. Try to leave some brow
hairs in, particularly at the
start of the brow, ia order to iiir
sure a natural look. Don't draw
ithe brows on in one hard, shiny
1 It.. TT.a . t Ir .V.w ...1...' 1 1 ,
u qiuu. wiwi iwrB cam nomterj in goiaen or lieu
AT THE UNIVERSITY ofthings.- Around the house shei them together. We are heartsick.! work and money inl mTdTuttiter
A buxom matron will loc -neater
if she doesnt wear,, atv
blouse that buttons in front.. A
tendency for .a slightly tight tight-blouse
blouse tight-blouse to gap or pull open around.
th hllttnahnlM im hmr wnn- n
Ulusloa often is a saving grarV"
for thin-stemmed lasses. Ntv.
that copy the brow hairs
And when you've finished.
powaer over tne brow lightly to
take away that shine. Use a
swansdown or lamb's wool puff
in order to fluff the powder on
Pennsylvania Law School, 'sue .likes
became a member of the Jon a
Marshall Law Club and distin distinguished
guished distinguished herself by becoming the
ua ouuim tuiiv, .t i wvcuirr nu rr irieijaji i nr a.icss uui in m worm" i nv mt rhiiHr.n
iM-4. mhU. CTV. 1. . " ." I W ...... v. . i. M V WiWK-
mtciiii, aw om su" jest. i now D11IIT lnmouifri M rnt: nu- i not v. r' n .v....
member of the Supreme Court She Ukes to UU the story about W.'s know? Enongh to justify! stepPrrenti b VonV thit all wTt dmlw TuuSuw
bar and the Pennsjlvanla and the time durine World w.r n'an-h a hf conri,.inn r,.V,t. .?Jili ..T.--l"..
McKean Count, BrAssoci.tions.Sth.t a storm cam. up and ail the j I think Vol Thin 2d th Kve wrgout fc mlAat.
'i Arvi and m."VJ rtT r TrVVriVi"", ""?' r.1 So we cant amy tothUdaRb-
n.'iniiiiuci v! muuiiimt in ine a neDmoinfri io lain tr n- onin nn -h -k k.i.
tral-nede tones rounds out aim-.
derlega. ,, ... ,.,:. :.SPif
Be honest with yourself If your
legs are heavy. Then eJo jw T
oest to camouiiage uiem. nonary.
to relax in Dedal-Duxhcml What haDDlneat can our child hn m. ... i-. lightly. And take care of those i with slender-line heels add more'A
and shirts, or in Jeans lf-she Is nd in such a maiTlage? How to control her feellngj iB return. I lU"??ler UDder ''T,r anovej symmetry to the ankles. A ad as j
working In her garden. -can we convince her that a step-i Let's be truthful with eacb.itne Une-- They should bej illusion of alenderness can fca4
one ucs jiaruo ana gelling muuier s JOD IS Uie ITKKX UUtng- Other and eonfesa tht thm fwl. wc
wseuicr iui rr irienas ior a'"" uu n me worio
gained vfth soft, dusty tones.
,h,. It f,h an nlii V . . - .1 U WI illlCUUn VW JIIVI- UWUC Ul
friPfid nKi!ra Th. tan m. k.rK i.A 4.., I ( j t -. j r". T : vl'r prejwuiCT copier wt o pprwve.
en S Vlo Mrtnera in 'ZZ2 1 i Kv.i. wl OJO aear" f n which )Tar:r. We doat like our in-le-.sered.
Hr.aT JL-. Z.lt.v. ,i ;"r.T.r rT":Z'm:"c-lLL : i"pP fra so unhappy teat.n
zJ. T," w wm vi wit oiumij Liie aiorm.j wny nave tney accepted it.' Prerudice
Most of her spare time u.
n. w.. .niui woiucU. liULLUl l.r 1 i LI inift i . 4 4 t.M .It. t a n MkW I
Topping for slim! black. "VT- t
owran tnt Harts tail spring conies I
e, -Trust, form of the vivid print shirt with
W 5 VHta fj aULJaaac aU k IM"
n but oar prevlons Jvdg-J
t have often bera muKAkenJ
anent fourth s3d iledrf to bL?.P,h,ttdkfnir, l otional uproar by keeng So tt Is tjulte possible tha our back ia f.ver iTs
...ivyj .i. to play ,-thankleW before she's cvenmf.exibie. ljndgmenl ;of this choice of yours pomps of leatber
e and bridge unU the storm subsided. begun it? , lx us to rU!4 Tiers.! is Stea. too. A 7 S anZ
The little, sbapM Leuis beaej' '.
, 1 A
Read : story on par 2 C
, THE STORY: Final convinces Apache chief
Taunee that the soldiers should be released. Af tec
the soldiers depart, an Indian; rider arrives with the
news that ""The rifles are awaitinc" Final, who
i knows that the treacherous sub-chief Chuleh is still
' jbent on making trouble, rides away.. Soon bullets
lare whistling over his iead. ; L'
DAWKS moved reluctantly to-
' ward Jim. Final, holding his
breath, tried to place him by
1 sound. The marshal stopped after
; i step or two. "I don't see him."
'More this way. About three
yards farther out.
Dawks snarling, m6ved again.
'He ami around here."
w: 'H rnn'f be' more'B three feet
, away strike a 5 light an' you'll
ir lind him.';
! "Yeah, an' he'll find me!"
i f Cat quiet, Jim twisted into a
' crouch. The black shape of the
marshal, looking elsewhere, did no
i moving. Final could see the faint
glint of his pisioi. mere w
t T i t:. h.nrle Dawks'
head began to turn, his searching
rakine the shadows. Jim
; 1 still hoped the man would go on
;M by him; then Dawks' face came a-
round. His snape iroie.
They were" close enough that
; Jim ould see the lips writhe
,. back off his teeth as the marshal
-pulled air into his lungs for'a yell.
- He saw the gun goming up in
Dawks' fist and threw the knife. A
.mmt iavri nut of the man. Blood
' struck Jk 's chest Uke a spurt of
f hot water as he caugm me uhusc
- toter'a weight,: carefully easiw. the
MllonaaH hulk tot he BTOUnd.
Th othpr man growled, "What
' vmi Hnin'?"
V Final cleared his throat in the
I nervous manner ot uawKs. tie
TODAY! .75 .40
'1:30-$: 05-5: 05-7: 05-9: 05 P.M.
A Masterpiece of Suspense!
Out of fear,
nil IV 4
LOUIS JOURDAN V
FRANK LOVEJOY ;
TMC MAtTCNmCCC OP UPtN.
proVly-' tryin' -to squeeze' past
He was Tinbluckling' the ..mar ..marshal's
shal's ..marshal's cartridge belt Now he pull pulled
ed pulled it clear.. Strapping it about his
own. waist, he freed, the pistol
from the clutch ot. Dawks' fingers
and moved with no attempt at
stealth toward the mouth of the
alley he'd already been aiming
"Where you Boin'?"r
"After help." Final: muttered.
He paid 'no attention to the man's
angry words. The rest o: this way
was completely dark even where
it gave onto the lane which pass passed
ed passed the back of Kramer's livery.
As he moved into this? Final
paused, briefly listening. 1 :
This was no time for squeam-
ishenss. It war Dawks who'd laid
open Jim s cneeic witn a gun par parrel
rel parrel on the first occasion they'd cot
a look at each other and the man
would have killed him just now if
he'd been able
Jim worked into the lronwoods
back of the livery; from there he
got up against the wall of jthe sta-
Bie. xne restive stamping oi nors nors-e
e nors-e came through the warped
planks, it worried Jim inat Ara
mer wasn't raowing a sgnu ?
DUCKING along ttuTValL he
cut loose of .the nroawoods mid
way between' the font and the
back. He grew conscious of his
weariness, of the hunger growling
through him. His mind caught up
that picture again; of Alarcia oust
inz into the yard, with that rifle.
He guessed, his jierves had' about
reached their; limit, ana was iwist iwist-ine
ine iwist-ine to catch a (better view of the
allev when hisstare discovered a
man's shape streaking lowara me
barn's fronf. trotting up from me
lane, and fte lifted ; Dawks gun
hammering two slugs alter mm.
He didn't hear the man fall. He
couldn't cut any sign of that ga
loot in the alley who by this time
oueht to have come across Dawks-
body. Maybe the sight of t h a t
knife had scared him to aeatn.
Jim, grinning bleakly, went into
the barn through the side.
He could hear the excited churn
ing of horses but saw nothing to
put his gun on. All is senses were
straining, pushing out ahead of
mm. trying 10 pin me man auwn
or narrow his whereabouts to one
particular chunk of that blackness.
'i. Y. ',
i Shadows hung in this place like
lankets; the open slot of the run runway
way runway only faintly suggested, slight
ly grayer in hue than whatever
was about it. me Darn wasni
floored and the hard packed
eround beaan to give up dust un
der the continued movemen. of
nervous horses. This commenced
to plague Final's nostrils.
He felt sure the fellow was wait
ing for him to move and.- as the
horses quieted, tried" to think of
seme way he might pull the man s
fire. Perhaps u he tossed some-
thmg. .-. ; .. V'
He was tenuuveiy suaing a nana
Mn Lattin i Pup
in..'-ux... : r""" ln, .mi
UJ",IIW.'....:. B: nlmumMmnlHlllllUUII'W'W11""1 11 "'. I I'll
YOU'LL SAY IT'S THE MOTION PICTURE
- OF THE CENTURY! :
- A FILM FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
fa Its Mi Greatest M jg
; AUDREY WW; MEL fWf
History's meet awesome paaorama! j
wTb cejverinf korde ef Napleoii
. Traa ef thevsaads clash la mertal combat!
The eTenrhelminc kpeetacle ef Mescew In flames!
" The death anarch threagh the white bell ef Rosalaa
A lore etery that III Bre three ih the ages!"
MILITARY TAP--Laurie' Keegan And Pamela Hudson, practice,
the -military tap' on stairs they will perform at Ann Lattin's
Sixth Edition of "The-little Show," which will be given at a a-luncheon
luncheon a-luncheon In the Bella ; Vista Room : of the Hotel El Panama
next Saturday, . '
Tots 'Will Tap;
For Dads Day
ACROBATIC DANCE "Korny the Clown la, the name. of. 'the'
acrobatic dance these four will ., perform -They are. Cppy
Foster, June Tant, Joyce J acKson, ana -Angela .aanzer. ;
I v il
The last sequin ,"v has
been sewn on each cos
tume and homes all
ovef the Isthmus .have
been resounding with'
tapping i as youngsters
rehearse for The Lit.
tie' Show," the; annual
dance r recital given by
Ana Lattin's pupils.'
Ballet, acrobatics and
tap will all be featured
in- the show, which rwill
be staged Saturday in
the Bella Vista Room of
the Hotel 1 : Panama.
A specially pre p a r.e d
luncheon ;will be ? served
atf $2.0a .per 'person,
and the, public is;invit-
The Saturday show is
dedicated to the daddies
of' the children. Since
thes? mothers play ; such
an active part in help
ing1 with, the. prepara preparation,1
tion,1 preparation,1 they are consider
ed f joint h o s Vk s s e
Friends of the children
and Ann Lattin are also
A second presentation
will be' given the follow
ing Monday ,at '7:30
.m. '.at : the Dance Stu
dio f or thV children's
playmates, who are urin
able to ar lid tne luncn-
PRETTY FARMERETTES All riresse?
i FronLrw) Buth Chance, Jane Peters son, Carole Walker and Cappy faster, (back?
row). Joyce Jackson, Jo-Ann Gomez and June Taht. ' -
TAP ROCTIJfE Part of the ."Alabamy. Bound' group are Jeft
to right: Janet Smith, Helen Paterson,. Sandra. Arello, Bever-
i7 mail otic ido jjoreen Ul lsca.
I SHOWS Shews: l:H4:H.:Nia.
Feat we: 4:JJ l:J em.
toward his -pocket when hoarse
voice said back' of bim: "Rattle
one spur and you're a Bone loose.
' CAUGHT flat-footed, he was too
disgusted even to-grunt. Instead
of keeping on in the direction he'd
been beading tbe fellow had dou doubled
bled doubled back quick as ever Jim setep setep-ped
ped setep-ped inside. There being nothing he
could do about it. Jim let go-of
his breath. ."You coon." be said.
ana neara a snaky laugh.
' Man,- the fellow back of him
'Kramer!" Final swore, and
tok hold or an upright, the knees
feeling suddenly rubbery under
him. The stabiemaa chuckled
".Ain't got no boots on was tryin'
A FnA Ant f mrnm kinfu.i.1 A
, ver there when I see yon scuttle
in 10 tnem ironwoods. He stood
Ustening a moment Take that
brooe u the last sUH
1 "Wait. Chuleh's bunch have got
i "Yon aint tenia' me thing."
I "But these women and kids.
j We've got to warn"
I Tbey know all about tt. Climb
onto that borse."
TU aeed two mounU."
Tik 10 if yon want 'em nA
get movin'l Any of them b-oncs
toward the back has got bottom.
Alius fifiered if I had to fight out
I wouldn't be atoppin' to pick any
r S , h
This plctare will aot be shewn In any ether
..theatre la raaami daring 157. :
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BABY CHICK Five-year-old.
Terry Mlchelette o f Albrook
solo In .the "Baby Chick Chick-number.
number. Chick-number. : -
CALYrso Henry Oarper will
be tee "Calypeo tong .and
dance maa-ef t&t ahow. .
COMEDY TAP Anpela Lee
Cancer of Rousseau performs
her comedy tap number "Rol-lerUate.-
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i vj u'Ik A. A US
UNE-UP. OF CUTIESancera- ln the "Babychlck". number are Olga Turner; Laura Lynne
See-Tpr9iwJ;(Jeanne),,chancel..heryl AleUo,, Andrea, Lynn Bolden and- MilUcent Turner. 1
i ; j
s 3." -,
I I ) IV.
ALA B AMY BOt'ND Travellera are Henrr Garner TRAndra -Atrt Arlpla airirAi .Tane!
;Smltlv Janet Garner, Doreen Di .Pasco and Henry Girardi, ,,r j
.; 7 .fc V j
KGTPTIAN ALL The Ballet Yevptlan prouB consists ot Beverlr ru
res, Laurie Keegan Angela Gaczer, (kneeling), Fusela Hudson, Boz.e Xr: tr.
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A SURPRISE IS IN THE OFFING TO M 2 Yok t HEXES MARK THE SPOT'
'THERE'S a rmr
prlM Inr the
offing (or wrafr
one special today
at let t. Just shade
tn the spaces ac according
cording according tO tbl :
following Indica Indicator
tor Indicator and you'll
see who it la:' R
atsnda for Red;
Y. yellow; Bk,
Black: O, Or an go;
B, Blue; Br,
Brown; V, Violet; -0,
Green, and P,
(.'WW toy ml
jmoui ,j(f : sui
aV pi 4anut -JijX
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IN what way are
a Vagrant and
a balloon alike?
. Voddni jo j
imm "iqisi qov
moa u v
What (a the
thing Id the
erwio e, -a ...
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1 1 III I'I'l I .. J
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A Rffi you a good judge;
figures T Ail you
need to find out la a
child's lariat which can
be purchased at the live
and ten, ,.' r r. ,v
You can begin by try trying
ing trying the teat on youraelf.
Then save the Idea for
use nekt time you have
a party, i
To atarO form a loop
tn the lariat and place It
on the floor or on a table.
Then take a guess aa to
the circumference of
your waist-' AdjuBt the
loop to this alee and hold
It in this position,
Now, see If you were
Most persona overesti overestimate
mate overestimate their girth and are i
surprised at how far wrong they are. Once you are
aware of thla fact, you are lea flfcely.to do so, of
: course. ?
If the stunt U tried at a party, art a volunteer
to try and Judge the sizes 'of several persona. Then
let Somebody else try,
A piece of string or light rope can be used lo
place of the lariat if the latter Is not available.
ITS easy toytell when you are
tn Pennsylvania Dutch coun
try by the hex atgna on barns,
' These appear InV variety of pat;',
terns. Including tosettes, whirls
and quatre-foila, aa ehown below,
.You can have some fun reproduo ..'
ing them with a potato-printer,
Several potatoes, a knife, acie acie-aora
aora acie-aora and some poster paints are
requisites, r ...
To begin, cut a good-sized po potato
tato potato tn half. Cut out and use the :
design below as patterns. Use
the knife to cut away that part
v of the surface unnecessary tq the
;design (shaded areas), s ;
Words t6 TSt Thinking Helping Yourself I
I ALF a word r "1 1 i.i i .i 6 .- I
HALF a word
none here, the
tea being to find
the missing let letters.
ters. letters. How quick
' ly can you com complete
plete complete ithe skele
" tonlted,. key
'V To begin, copy
each of the letters
now showing In
the empty spaces
neath them. Then, using a system of triaj and error,
fill In the remaining blanks with letters to form short
words the same letter tn each vertical row, When
the correct let
JESX SBSsaS BBtXC ESCEGE imrrST MMtii.i
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BRIEF REPORTS em Meet Hew
boofca of interest : to Komi
crafttmin, hobbyiatt and callec-
tar Selected by Clarh Kinnaird.
. The Complete Book of Horses,
by Howard 4 Lewis '(Random
House, 128 pages: $2.95). While
this volume Is far from either
"completed or the "last word,", as
the title and Jacket claim, a good
collection of photos, reproduced,
in gravure, la a pleasant excur :
slon for the horse fan,
you Can Stop Werrylng, by
Samuel W. Gutwirth (Henry
Regnery Co.,. 144 pages: $8), A'
book Into which a worrier should
-!I! -M fn,,7. thereby except his tensions.
hM.onTaV Vou theHlatory of
J. iVnnn atattag. Vols. VH, VIH. K li
ZLS ZaT Ry Publishers. 52 pages: $3
aeaoame woraa. 4&ch) Mrieg originally or.
r It's totereatlng ganlI.ed by Dr. H. Schmidt Deg Deg-p
p Deg-p note how manysww, now Mtti tot wadera
ahort words can mgutb by William Gaunt,
e thusly evolved oontmues with expositions of the
front lmst any jjcj, Scnoo, (VoL VH), Brltlali
Mug word, a jBchool (VoL VHI), NmeteentH
.? Answers art Century in general (VoL IX), anal
4flven below for rpwentieth Century to general
those who give up. fVoL XI. Bach volume has six
. Peeking will only spoil the test lor you. full color plates and several dozea
!-'- tmrujiip An3dsj jo Kjjy.1, white reproductions.
EXERCISES FOR AFTER DINNER
ally And props
available for two
testa after a pic
nlo meaL These
are the exercises; '.
- Hammer throw t
blows up a paper
bag', and ties it
with a string. He
then throws It for distance. That is to say, be tries
to throw it as far as he can from a given point. -Bags
are thrown one at a time or simultaneously!
with other contestants. Bag which travels farthest
wins, of course. ' 0 l:S-;.'SS--S. 'f'rSJ '-
Discus Throwf Thia la" a contest for wide open
apaoea. Each contestant puts his name on a paper
plats. He then attempt to sail It aa far as he can.
When all plates have been thrown. Judges deter
mine the winner. (Caution: plates should be thrown
at a safe distance from all byatandera.) (
221-fl H 1 22
woen you nave nnisnea, appiy sj. ti i
poster paint ot paints with a Jr, ,iiLwH
brush. Press down on paper and yCj 1 l. V
lift etralght up All designs aem JTS. j
In reverse, of course. If you are 'JJX .'"''j
Interested tn experimenting. U llv' W ; I 3
? f 1 ""1.l..t.
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Sohc h the Sight Method j Prctfw TVbnj to, Challenge You
IhI IrI "lo
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22 T 22 22
NAMES of two well known Agurea on the Interna
tlonal scene are pictured In rebus form below,
How quickly can you Identify themt
.After you have taken thla test, see If
think up additional names for similar
.Elsenhower Is an example, ...
woe eqj si tnq
ia4oq9) ntq&mqa eoiraf !oe S (mlT'uiuin pajtmou
-04O p(o(WuiiuH Sag (J8u)-Xjj49es Nfl iJ"y
4. At the conductor's approach
tht mother was In that
her child could not ride Cor
r 5. The aupply af waa-
Pm two blanks In each of the
following sentences are to be
fUled In with : words that are
tpelled with the same letters:'
1. Beef i Is one of the
post nutritious dishes la the f are exhausted and the nearest place
f the cowboys of the where It could be bought was a
3. Last Saturday the -- away.
Kok his class of boys to a moun 6. Aa "" crossed the r
in stream to catoh she narrowly escaped fcemg run
S. His defense was that be town by auto. i
didn't it: it had. been die ,-JPw '"a '."" "iT ?
THREE, SCENE FOLD-UP;
). Star Performer?
f XZ has a boxful of red, white
' i- and blue stars. The reds and
whites total 125. Whites and blues
total 175. Blue and reds total 150.
How many stars In the boxr
, -pal 09 fjni 9i nl 001
, Mm wero anH "SZE i at Ml
nd hi pm 09 S HS niI MS snio
r nui 'ncT ci mid s pa on si
YOU are asked to supply fig figures
ures figures for the diagram above so.
. that all vertical and horizontal
arlthmetle la substantiated; That
la to sky, the addition, subtrac subtraction,
tion, subtraction, multiplication and division'
Involved will eqiial S3 in the man
oer Indicated.';-; V-V
; Numbers to be Inserted range
from J throtujh 2L Repetition is
permissible, .. i A
At a atarter, lnrfert the num numbers
bers numbers 11 and 20 In the two upper uppermost
most uppermost Wanks (22 divided by L
plus 20,' equals 22).'. Now go on
ft t Ht.tl
:st tx 'ot Tt tt
i f "Ot t T6 H !W l i
l t "ei 'T "8 "M !it TW 08 tt
Xiiv TVi to Switch?
' i"! "UUttl seven letUrs af the word
plight now fill the vertical
arm of the frame at tight, How
many moves, one at a time, will
It take you to transfer the letters
to the horizontal armt They
must, of course, spell upright
wtien you finish.
One way to
tackle the .prob .problem
lem .problem la to cut the
seven letters from
headline type of;
jfcur newspaper and draw a ejro
Aartlonately larger diagram. An--other
way la to employ a act of
chBd'a blocks In a diagram
h1VMl nn alate or WOOd. .
'tamo tn ttaop JJ HSM R nlM X
. dn o nn i 'dn V msm n nqsw of a wi u ui
iVi O :saoui i eeainbtw oounoe euo
AN AGRAMBLE TEST
IN this vocabulary gwae, you snang each Of the
following words tnto another word by the addi addition
tion addition of the single letter Indicated, and arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of all the letters as necessary. For example,
ate plus 1 equals pleat. .1 ,, -v
. j. SULXS anagram bled with a la
2. TRW AT anagrambled with T la
. 8.. PRlltB anagrambled With is
I. SPASM anagrambled Wtt L Is ............ T
5, TAXQUt anagrambled wtth B la .1
5. WRSATB anagrambled with W la ..?
qftwod ejn tmepniaa rgp 'ji1 Wr!t f
MOIU3i i i -iqio i -H-r"
ssK -aaasM A
(H) -iT"' j rCjilDE?3 jf
.. m at a s s a
THREE scenes la their nresent
1 state above do not make much
sense. They will make sense, how-
eter, If you follow out-these to-
atructlona: ..' 5 "'
' Cut out the entire, drawlruf (la
one piece)'.. ,;" ? .v1-.'.
To see the first scene, fold
dotted line l down to meet dotted
; line S. Hold this tn place and
fold dotted line 4 down to meet
dotted line What do you eeeT
Scene 9 will appear as follows:
told dotted Un 2 down to meef ;
dotted line 4V Hold. In place; fold,
'line 9 down tb meet Use 7. :
" To see the third scene, fold Urte
3. down to rnett line 5, Hold In
place." Fold llnele to line 8.
, Add colors to especyve scenes.
RIDDLE: Whet was the first to
prove you can't keep a good man'
dowat '' V ",v d
SOMETHING IN THE WAY
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uiz (gRQgswoRp M iv from the Wble
It's Your Move
par and Jean have Just dls dls-J
J dls-J covered a cute little pig. What
'.se do they see? To find out.
draw a continuous tine from dot
1 to dot 2, etc, until you reach
j.t IX Where two numbers are
r i one dot, use the dot for
be w AJterwarda, see bow aeatly
j- a caa color tie ecene.
P) make a reasonable sentence
out of the foowlrg. Insert a
certain letter IS times.
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- By Cuoene Slwfftty -r-
- HORIZONTAL i
' 1 Plsee Uken from the Phllls-:
; tines by David (1 Chr, 18:1
(Abraham's name before Cod
' changed it (Gen, 17:5
1 10 Plant Juices. S '. K
-" 14 Opposite of aweather.' i
15 Climbing plant 1 X
: IB Awry. ; v
:- 17-rPlace hunt eeven rears after
Hebron; (Num. 13:82) ;
18 Bar of gold.
10 Market .--J. ?
2ft Oxygenates. '
22 Woman who believed In Paul's
teaching (Acta 17:34) v
24 Short lor DsnieL s
25 Conger fisherman.
29 Wilderness in which Ishmael
dwelt Oen. 2131) .
29 Abstract being. j j-JS
JS j-JS Seventeenth book of the New
34 Ten ny soman character.
35 Make lac edging.
38 Joshua and his men en com- (
. ptuoed this city and the walls
came Jumbling down (Josh.
40 Luzon Nerrite.' -.
41 Cardinal cumber.
- 44 Trivel by ox-cart
46 Jipnes coin.
' 47 Portion.
48 At no time. ;
60 Prosecut Judldally.
SI ThftM that passed by Jetus en
the Cross did what te him 7
Mat 27:30 -54
One c( the Ipgendary founders
69 Her Ufa was spared because
, of her help to 'Joshua's spies
; 61 Bird Of peace.
- 62 Milletlike sorghum. V-
63 Serpent .
64 The birds. ": j
65 Observed. : .', ; .-68
68 .-68 Animal fat ' f
67 Oceans. :- ',
IS r:: VEBTtCAL S':S
1 Place to which Samson was
taken by the Philistines after
- they put out his eyes (Judg.
S Plant of Illy family. -.
S Lachrymal dro. .'
, 4 Father of Bavai (Keb. I:M
-: 6 Stranger.
. a Storage compartnienta. i
7 Remnant , '
a Positive poles.
' 0 Basic element 4
10 Plac In which Ahab reigned
over Israel 1 Ki 18 29)
11 ThU was Mount Sinai Ja
Arabia (GaL 4JS
12 Persian fairy.
21 Light brown. ;
23 Subway in Parts.
20 What te the name of the 31st
and 22nd books of the. New
28 Mature. '
29 Auditory organ.
- 3 1 Coronet for princely rank.
33 Number of lepers Jesus aealsal
S Word of tcterrocttlon.
3 Gem. t
43 For whst rn-.t did Isaac ask
usut tuea, j;.j
O 151, Urns Featarw SrsT-ta, be.
44 Boaster whose followers were 62 Greet Lake.
.. scattered and who bimsaif 63 Small valley.
was kuled (Acts 5:36) 64 Gardening implement
46 Automobiles. 65 What emotion should we
.7 . . practice toward one anotberT
dyrAggragat,' Tl J6hn 5:23)
49 Stanza. 56 Lininf of the Ws.
50 Grave. 67 Soap-frame par.., ."
61 Mai sheep.' 60 Head wear. ".
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k plays-aad the gam Is over. -.?.
White moves first, traveling cp
v the board. He wins la Just three ;
' moves. Can you play It out 7
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r nnrmt,M. ..m. iiT,trt. .nMi.f if.trii up first prize money In the industrial-class 01 SO srrternauonai pnoto contest ine UDje oeuevea woe one oi .1 picK out an faster wardrobe, fone of thCprWes ihe r V
' 4P Itransmhsion and 5ton? book symbolizes pre itself, v J world's" largest rnachines. If is a ol excavator InCologne, Gennany; It js 648 feet long nd weighs 5,50atons. wonjas ',Trincess"for a.Dry'Urom a dressmaker.. ' .
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" V ment at Fairbanks, is much photographed j tourists who take sightseeing trip 1 ,r atthe doorway of Mrs, Amanda1 RamireZito carry the t from his six-year-old daughter,. Princess Mariam, on his 83rd .birthday. Thelwojt -. i
'""yhich stops at the engine. Fairbanks is ".the load's northern'passgnger terminal. ; ''coffin of her Aaby to .cemelery'.lhLiyerpoolt-Mex. ,enjoy the'sun in London's :St.ame park,; frjwess is child of.his, fourth wife .t
PARIS AND SPRING that's a combination that idds; i.p.'td new fashions for, berr-p'ihk'organia highlights the .evening dres,4 worn by .the model in the w t
women the world' Weft Oar' fashion fotogs looked in 'njai Paris show and center. It is worn wiatcKing stole Net iri I jine comes a, lovely 'formal eve-r (.'.f
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! v GEORGE KIRKLAND AND ROGER MILLION are in the
usuol.Coys State hungry.
C Set itory and pictureu, Pages. 2 & 3)
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PANAMA, K. r, SCNDAT. MAT U, 19JT
POSTER PREPARATION frana; Miner, Itonme Valentine, Charles Laatz, Jameg Chalmers,
Jack Bunch and George Trimble prepare candidates' publicity posters,
'' DIRECTOR C. E. CAMPBELL present newly elected Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Governor with fare!. :,. Z
Story by M. C. BEACH
Pictures by ED MARTIN
(Putting Into practice some of the)
functions of government learned
durina thesa educational npriods.
With 43 junior citizens from the the Boy Staters set up a model
Canal Zone in attendance, thejcity and held elections for the va-
third annual session of Crossroads rious city officials.
Bovs State was held, this year at! "-The mvthical citv was called
the USARCARIB Annex ( formerly "Lpckport," whose existence only
""JUNIOR COUNSELLORS Jerry Durfee, Robert Hamilton, BrUn Cox, Chris Hearon and Bar
ry Davison count ballots.
f zX ft v.- a h v ..
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LdaSSSw ia 'ifcMimiifciM iw if mmm m istT i
' ; V WAITING TO VOTE ; ;
. v ;
Ft. Clayton Hospital),
The young cltiiam, -. all ef
whom are loniort in the Balboa
and Cristobal High Schools, as assembled
sembled assembled for a week ef education
in the practical applications of
the principles ef democracy un under
der under the sponsorship ef The A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan Legion.
A typical day at Crossroads
Bovs State besan at 6 a.m. with
comes into being each year at
Boys State.- ,
Following a bitterly contested
campaign, complete- with cam campaign
paign campaign pesters and slogans, .such
as "Don't be a Goose, Vote for
Moose," George "Moose"; Kirk,
land was elected to succeed the
195 Mayor Joe C. Galloway.
Earlier during the week, new
selectmen of the town were chos
reveille, followed by roll call, en to replace the corrupt Doran
flag service and calisthentics.' machine, which was exposed at 4
Breakfast was servea at ? a.m. Town Meeting. -j
after which the Boy Staters bad a1 The selectmen elected were Ed
fhalf hour to prepare their quar- Cunningham, William Bunch, John
f.m 4r Halltr innjMriAn . IHniirfl- UnflMiM Anff William ITliccalmttM
tional activities began at Sand Marring events was' the arrest of :
lasted until 11 a.m. During this Eric Washburn, prominent cili-
titn and in tho afternoon neriOa Jn of .orlcnnrt Triar u-a iWlcer.
from 1 to 4:13 p.m. these young ed at Crossroads Boys State Supe Supe-citizens
citizens Supe-citizens attended lectures, tookrior Court. ...
field trips and observed and took) After a terrific campaign, both
part in demonstrations concerning political parties, tne nationalist
the structure and function of gov and the Federalists, went into con-
eminent.: r ,..,;. v.vt,-;v' jvennon to select their standard
Many outstanding citizens of the bearers for the several state off
community took part in, the Cross- cers for Crossroads Boys' States,
roadavBoys State Program. They Elected to lead the Federalists in
were MrsFrances Longmore, the State elections were Don Ran'
"The Rights nd. Responsibilities of 1 del for Governor, Larry Bennett
American CitizenshiD": Paul M. ior Lt Governor. William Bunch.
Runneratrand, "structureof the Secretary of State, Paul fBenneit
Canal Zone Government"; J- h n far, attorney-general and Arnold
Winter Collins ancr-Charles McErooks for treasurer-auditor;' s
Rrandl. -."Problems of theCanaI. r At the convention of the Nation
Zone Citizen"; Capt, B. A. Dardeo-slist.s party delegates elected Aaul
and Sst. J. M. Morris "Instruction Barbara to lead them in the Dent
and Demonstration of Local, Conn- for State Governor. Also-Elected
ty and State Law Enforcement'' were Charlie Chase 'to-run for Lt.
' Lt. Gov. Herman W. Schull and Governor Terry Corrigan folr Sec Sec-members
members Sec-members of the Civic councils held retary of State, Chuck Crawford
Shirt Sleeve conference; Judge for attorney -general and : George
John Deming, spoke on "County Barbier for treasurer-auditor.
Government Instruction"; Judge
Guthrie F. Crowe. "Jodiciai rroce
dure":' Rowland K. Hazard, "Moot
Court'1 in the Ancon District
A IM It, jjniuci ew a uvea .--- 0 r ------
.i m- ViusaiT ,- r I. nrrv KipffM Aft II. Governor, a nii
fiCUlV vum 1, Jnis." aiwn ve. t
Harold, Miss Pheobe-Harris and1 Paul Bennett as attorney general.
Dr. I. S -Falk. "Wplfarf. Educa-The Nationalists won the offices of
Governor). Erie Washburn. 314 row. Charlie Jackson, Larry Slege, Bill Sanstei. and J54 FoUe. tion and Public Health." 'secreUry of atate, Terry Corrigaa
BOTS STATE LEADERS 1st row, Check C raw ford, George Klrklan, Jim Watson f last ;year
Court; J. Richard Clark, "Primary
tiections ana aiaie tiecuons :
John A.- Cooper.? "Problems of
State' Government' r 'Internal Se-
eurtty"; Capt. TT.. JSyan, USN,
Col. I. B. Washburn, USARCARIB
and Forrest G.Dutsmoor. the Mil
itary, National Guard,- Selective!
Service and Civn .Deienser
Tom Henderson, "The State V Sti
Each, party submitted a plat
form to the voters, with the fed
era lifts advocating "action and
not meaningless talk," and pre
posed a recommendation thai'
the Girls Staters get "V shirts
similar to those furnished, t h e 5
Boys State citisens,- whichappa i
rently. did. them; some, peed, ae '.
they took the three top offices
after ell citizens' votes had keen
aoonted.' v.. :" ....... T i ;
Govefner -of Loekport for- the
coming year is Jon Randel, with
, STRATEGY PLANNING to ielect Mayor. Above, Henry Adams,
' V Eugene Eurck, William 'Fusselman, George Klrkland, William
v Bunch, Ed Folse, Eddie Pabon. .
:.'NOT ALL WORK,' BUT FUN TOO! Jimmy Doran, Jimmy. Brooks, Eddie Pabon, Eddie Folse,
Steven Schroeder and Ronnie Valentine. - 7' .' 11 '
i;$. : A tit :
f j and George Barbier took over 'as tional director, along ith Claude
"treasurer-auditor.-' - iE. Campbell, Boys State director
The Governor's Installation Ball and .Walter JE. Colclasure, joys
',-' was held at the Diablo Gym which State secretary-treasurer.'. -: -'
was attended bv citizens and for-i : 1
: tner citizens of Boys and Girls The next step in the annual
' program, is to send two boys to
the. States to attend Boys' Na
tion, which is held on the cam
pus of the University of Mry-
i-f'v- State and was tremendous suc-
., eess.-This is a new feature that
was added this year, and the citi citi-..
.. citi-.. tens exoressed the hope that ." it
. will continue, to be held.' -:!. i land, ust outside ot tne, nation s
- - ', CaPl. J i
" Many months of hard work andj i
; IN planning- went into preparing this1-As governor .-of Boys State, Don
v v : ; vear's oroeranr and mibUshina I he Randel will' be send up by the A-
; two books presented to eachparth'merican Legion .'automatically.. Al-
; -.Cipant. ? j ; j so- cnosen 10 go was me ueuieuam
1 t I governor, Larry Siege!., While at
' -.One book outlined the schedule! Boys' Nation, the participants, two
' activities and served as a guide boyg from each state in the Unit Unit-.
. Unit-. for the boys. ,.i (ed States and the Canal Zone will
JVf;j The other was a manual of In' receive instruction on-the Nation-;
. atruction and provided informational Government, Congress and- fu fu-.,,,'
.,,,' fu-.,,,' concerning the various aubjects'preme Court. ..- ,: v .f,t.
- -Jhatwere discussed, - x ,-1 t ..
- . I While there they will also, meet'
f ;r These booklets r were 'prepared President Eisenhower and visit
.' tinder the supervision of PhiUip both the Senate and House of Re Re-";:
";: Re-";: R. Houghton, Boys State ; educa-Ipresentatives. ,; j
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' MOOT COURT PREPARATION John McGraw, John -Perlnee, George KIrkland.
Chase and Steven Schroeder prepare er Moot Court.
CIIARLIE LAATZ Votes for primary election mt Crossroad.'.
, I CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR AND LT. G 3VERNOR Larry Slegel, Don Randel, Raul Bar
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SOMETHING SHOULD 6E DONE
-'- ABOUT THE MUSES
, By Morris Bishop
As If I didn't have enough to worry about,
I got to worrying about the Muse
Even their names I was a little blurry about;
- True; they are designations one infrequently uses. .
I have no actual quarrel with Clio; Terpsichore,
-,' Or even Urania, Muse of Astronomy. ,...,. .
. It doesn't require any particular trickery ,
To fit them Into our modern economy.
' But Calliope, Muse of Eplcv Poetry I Who how
. Writes epic poems? They've dropped to their minima!
'., Only in Hollywood are Epics in xjew now, 1
So let's make calliope Muse of the Cinema.
And Erato, Muse of Erotic Poetry! Shame
- On Erato and on all those whom her screeds amuse!
Let us, rather, give to Erato an honest name w
Ifis Muse of Television, and by golly it needs, a Muse.
RISE AND SHINE
By Richmond Lattimore
' At the big trumpet, we must all put on
our dentures, tie old strings to kness, adjust
shank upon socket, wig to cranium, bust
en ribbed architrave, fastidiously don
our properties, and blink, to face the sun. ,.
Farewell, dream image, cankered In our dust,
and sweets shrunk in the brain, farewell, we trust
Uprise, O fragment brethren! We have won
For, hallelujah, these dry graves are torn! j,
Thin bugles crash the valley of our bones
to rock the vultures wide away and scare'
the griffin from his precipice as, worn
and damp, we crawl like grubs from under stones
to scarf our loves In paradisial air. -.'.
Poems by Courtesy of The New Yorker.'
FROM WHEEL CHAIR TO WINGS Able to fly even though, he cant walk, polio victim,
Marvin Meyer, 28, rolls his wheel chair away from his plane after passing the test for a1 f
private pilot's license at Kansas Citjr, Kan. The plane has only hand-operated controls. Win-I
nuui nis winn is in ut trfiimni iiw Mvr h ho i4 -t. 1 i :
chair basketball and bowl since he was stricken by the crippling disease in 1946. A native of.
Clay Center, Kan-, Meyer plans to make his future vacation trips by plane. Claims flyin in'
.safer than driving his ear.
The Washington Meny-Go-Round
' ' : By DREW PEARSON '
WASHINGTON It won't please lowing cries from commercial fish-.ed a donfidential report on "Com
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GENIUS CONDUCTID LOCAL PHILHARMONIC
lTh hot oft here art n4y 20 cents, Lucy but they
: leure tsire a cr DtrrtrTOiniBSTs-centanimnSTtaJi!
Congressional economizers, but the
Interior Department Has Just -shell
ed oat. $38,287.33 to: redecorate
plush new offices for top Fish and
Wildlife ofiicials. X his mciudes
$540.98 for an oriental rug that the
new Commissioner, Arnie SuomeM Wildlife
la. didn t even want,
The Department blames the ex-i
pcnditure on Congress for elevat elevating
ing elevating the Fish and Wildlife Service
to a full-fledged brach. Under bu
reaucratic protocol, this higher
status entitled the officials to fan-
The most daizling office was
prepared for Fish and Wildlife
boos Ross Lelfler. who bow has
tmt rank of an assistant secretary,
This makes him eligible for extra
th-ck carpeting, heavier drapes,
and other suitable trimmings.
It cost the taxpayers ; $8,256.08
to fix up Le filer's office in -th e
style fitting his new rank. This in
cluded $2,320.29 for scarlet-colored
crpeung and oriental rugs; $766.-
25 for scarlet-colored drapes $1.-
135.80 for two electric typewriters;
and $1,130-7 fo.- Leffler's desk
end office chairs. The fancy fix
tures were ordered by Interior; in incidentally,
cidentally, incidentally, before Leffler took o-vcr,;-
k. r ":' :
The second-ranking Fish and
Wildlife official, Commissioner
Svomela, tried to hold down re
decorating expenses in his office,
-He insisted, for Mimpie, on
keeping the same furniture. Used
by his predecessor. Yet the De De-rMrtment
rMrtment De-rMrtment still managed to"" spend
$734.32 on Improvements, mcwd
ing $540.98 for aa oriental nig
that be didnl want. The new rug
arrived, anyway ever his protests.
Interior spent another $27,796.93
to carve out and furnish suites
for the directors el two new. bu bureausCommercial
reausCommercial bureausCommercial Fisheries, and
Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. An
estimated $18,510 went for parti
tions and spacious tiled lavatories.
Furnishings cost $11,286.93, includ
ing $400X14 for carpeting alone.
This is aa example of how one
government department practices
the economy that President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower preaches.
HOTE congress voted run
and Wildlife its higher status fat
ing .interests that they were losing
business to- foreign competitors.
The industry demanded more in
fluence inside the government, so
Congress created the new post of
assistant secretary -for Fish and
munist. penetration in the, Middle ,
This bluntly charges that Arab
Reds, are acting v'on orders from.
Moscow" to foment riots and dis-
turbances. Their- aim, claims the
report, is "to earect anti-westera
alliances,"r'!,t'''"w''''4i-":;' i' r- -f
The report has- important bear
ing on trouble in Jordan and the
question of whether the Eisenhow i
SHOWOOVWT FOR t
:; Cimfidpnfialiv. rt tnoks an if the
scandal magazine ''Confidential"! penetration of the Near-E lit
might be close, to the end of tne:sf.uuid be invoked, en I -a Sj ?
rii-d in. California and later else- "Soviet clandestine operations im
where In the nanon. , ltte Middle East are concentrated
Attorney General Pat Brown of mainly in Syria and Lebanon,"
California is hauling both publish publisher
er publisher Robert Harrison and the print printers
ers printers of Confidential into e o u r t in
Los Angeles May 14 with a double double-barreled
barreled double-barreled attack for publishing, ob
scene matter and for, criminal ii
the secret report states, :''where "a
network of Communist espionage,
subversion, and. other 'Fifth Col-
limn activities extends from Da-1
fr.ascus and Beirut to -A 1 e p p o,
Hums-Hama. and other centers in
aie Eastern Mediterranean area.
Brown, a deeply religious public) "The most noted Communist .in
official, contends that ine scandal
sheet has caused divorces and bro-
the Middle East is Khalid Bikdash,
a Moscow-trained Svrian Kurd.
ken homes, and leads to b 1 a k- who; became the first acknowledg
mau. -"; fl-v-' fefl Communist to be electee
He has cases in which black-iSyrian Parliament. .'. .but
mailers have shaken dowii promi-. main center of Soviet undercover
nent people on the threat of "tell- subversive activities in the Middle
irg Confidential." . ; :j:ast is tne ueumt Headquarters or
Harrison got shot while in the the Lebanon Communist Party. .
Richard Weldy, ex-husband of Ptlhis been beaded by Mustafa al-A-
Tar Palette, who had oncebeen
written up in Confidential. Ilarrl
son recovered. Pilar' s present bus
bnd, John Wayne remarked: "I
w.sh Weldy'd been a better shot.'
Brown has" canvassed v axiom
vlamor names written up in Con-
Bdential,' uivtting them to be wjt
- One was Elvis Presley, who is
th subject Trf a confession story
by one of his girHnends In the
current issue of Confidential
Already Brown has had Over
tures from representatives of COfS
Sciential indicating they are ready
tc call h quits and stay ouf of
Crlifornia. This .would set a pat pattern
tern pattern for other states. i i,
- RED TROUBLEMAKIRS ;
It was Intended only for the
ejes of Amerkaa diplomats, bul
the State Department has prepar
es, but the Communist parties of
Syria and Lebanon are governed
by, a joint central .command ,un-,
"However, Soviet intrigues and
Subversion in the Middle-East are
directed by a secret MVD official
holding a Soviet diplomatic post :
in Beirut. 'This comes from Turk Turkish
ish Turkish sources." ., :
'.Summarizing Red strategy in
te Middle East, the report
Cairns: 'I- r
"Soviet kmg-range strategy in
the Middle East is governed by
the following considerations:
epansioa of Soviet influence in
'he eastern Mediterranean region;
4) diversion, of Arabian oil re resources
sources resources from the west to the So-
Vet bloc; (3)" winning Moslems te
iterance of orr active sympathy
.vith Communism, to open the
vay for ultimate eommunixation of
ihe entire region. v
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P.; A GiaSSIFIEDS
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By DOUGLAS LARSEN AND
?, KENNETH O. GILMOREV
f NBA Staff Correspondents
WASHINGTON (NEA) Presi-
, dent Eisenhower still finds it hard
' to keep from getting testy with
f t still photographers:.
Other day, for example, a pho-
; tog, shooting a picture of the Pres-
ident giving somebody an award,
.: saia, &ay someining, Mr. rresi-
"I wish you photographers would
quit asking me to 'say something
" just because you want to get a pir- to western, cattlemen.
, ture of my lips moving' he sa.d After a sessk- before the House
just as some preacher on the ra
tio was predicting the end of the
"I don't much care if it is," the
Yankee was heard to observe
"If it comes, I've got relatives 1
caa go live with in Vermont."
NO: MAN BARLOW, .state
senator from Wyoming and presi
dent of the Wyoming Stock Grow Growers
ers Growers Assn., has good news' for steak
eaters. t .
He's in town to encourage Con
gress to give some financial help
"If you want me to say some something
thing something just ask me a question."
TKEA5UR T SECRETARY
George Humphrey almost i g o t
shanghaied into a new supermotel
t just across the Potomao on Virgi
nia last weekend,
He was driving his old coupe out
to the airport to pick up a friend.
"As usual,'' he says. "I got lost
on all those Pentagon cloverleafs
. and underpasses. And first thing I,
, Knew, nere i was out in tront o this
big, new motel. '.-v.-:
' v "A fellow came rushing out with
. a key in his hnd for a vacant
room. He asKea about my bags
j. ....1 tC J A. 1 II.
- was so darn nice and aracious.
ana t was so aiscouragea at get get-,
, get-, ting lost that I almost stayed.;:
Agriculture Committee he reveal
ed that this association is in the
process of breeding beef ; which
will provide only meat that Is lean
bright red and tender. ' i
"We're sick ? of putting fit on
cattle at 30 cents a pound, then cut
ting it off the meat before the
I steak Is sold to customers, and
seuuig ine wasie tai lur uue ccm
and a half a pound,', he says. ..,
NTHI$ TOWN is about to lose Bob
Hill, one of our mast genial, grega gregarious
rious gregarious State Department officials, to
Mexico City, where he is slated to
become U.S. ambassador. This '11
be Bob's third ambassadorial as assignment
signment assignment to Lttin America.
Bob hates, to leave town but he
says he'll be happy to get back to
that wonderful hot food.
" Cbilt happens to be his favorite,
he claims, which should give, him
a bead start on creating goodwill
-csn contraption for exhibition at th Wffi ,-. -T ----- 'J'"""",, ourwu uuui ,-,
demonstrate the process of SentaUem Th HfSC"l.ScLwee r,,r Spartanburg to
that because it i i unHcensed IH w toSSS' V Revenue Pent says
purposes only. ,-,cena C8ft coitflscated-unless it is proved to be (or educational
- 'ADM. JERAULD WRIGHT,
' boss of the NATO Navy, was in
th fiffirn of Chiet nt Naval Oner-1.
Rations Afleigh Burkeane other af- JACK LAWRENCE, composer
terneon. and called Burke a atten- of top tunes in the new Ziegfeld
" tion to thr fact .that three of the Follies.' dedicated a couple, of his
four clocks in theoffice. showed old song hits to Washington cele-
Well,- you know: how to take
care of tha V Arleigh told Jerauld.
At this the NATO chief took a
tiny screwdriver "from his pocket;
. ana made'; adjustments on the
three erring timepieces. s
Burke knew that Wright's main
hobcy is rspairing5 clocks.- -V
it's my ulcer- medicine,
Wnght explained.:-' .' .'-'
' .'-' Sometimes on the weekend at
his home ; in Norfolk, Admiral
Wrist's living; room can be found
; knee-deep, in clock parts.
brities at the annual ASCAP lunch
eon n Natioi.al Press Club. ;
When he-played "Give Me All
of You, or Nothing at All," he said
that .was for Postmaster general
Arthur Summerfield. trying to get
45 million dollars back from 'the
House Appropriations Committee.
Reviving "It's i unny tor every
one but Me, Lawrence said that
would be for Dave Beck i ;
THE S O N G WRITING team
of Jay Livingston and Ray Evans,
Walter Winchelli Newtorlt
York the newest fashionable di-,
voree, the romance of a beautiful
actress or the birth of a baby."
In short, news is anything of in-;
terest to subscribers personal or
have given the free pres much of international. From, the birth of a
its fire and fervor. They function-baby to the death ot a nation
ed as Solomon and Shakespeare
THE GREAT EDITORS f
( While U.S. editors were holding
a-Uheir annual get-together it recal-
ed the: outstanding editors who
who won this year's Academy
ward for their ''Que Sera, Sera
What Will Be, Will Be" did
- PRIZE FOR THE unfunniest sto little parody-, for the Washington
t ry of tne week goes to the, Assist press corps: V
, ant to the President ex-Gov. Sher- Thanks for in-vl-ting us to lunch.
man Adams of New Hampshure -I it was a pleasure, we liked it much.
- He told the Advertising Council As for the check. Just add a good
, about welfare.' worker who ri- tip - J
. suea a iamiiy up in uie iew tump Ana sena n w ua-via dcce.
, shire 'hills during a heavy storm. 'Que sera, sera, etc. '
'AERIAL HOB3Y HORSETbis rocket T i';
cop4er, billed as we nrs ci us nina, vi
r-i .i- r.iif k niioi nick Whitehead. Drerator lands
m tiU own feel and a fore-and-aft skid takes p thewclehr U.
th machkt one he's on the around. Named the "Ptowoeel,
-the unusual aircraft U manufactured by Rotor-Craft Corp,
and Jeat the deadline. kv Among
the titans was Charles Dana,- who
expressed his philosophy of hour
nalism in several succinct sentec
es: "The invariable law of the
newspaper is to be : interesting.
Suppose you tell all the truths
of science in a way that
bores, the reader; -what Tfl.i the
good? The truths don't stay in the
minH unit nohnciv thinks anv the'
k.H. .run tuanii.. k u
told the truth". .Moreover, the
great editors were remarkably at
tuned to the heartsongs of the peo
ple. As Dana explained: I have
always felt that whatever the U' U'-vins
vins U'-vins Providence permitted, to oc occur
cur occur I was not too proud, to report."
- Editor Walter Hewey was never
too proud to report alt the news J
first. Contemptuous of 'the smug
and. censorious mocking stern
morality and' .scornful of couven-f
lions nowey ouuoxea,
and outraged.' the
ing Chicago's famed
wars. .tie once bid
' Arthur Brisbane was another
iant among editors who had a
genius for sensing what interest
ed people, He knew that a news
paper must cover all the vaga
, ries and agonies ef the mortal ex experience.
perience. experience. "Headlines ere histo history"
ry" history" he wrote. And ho made an
immense contribution : te the
Mack fragments ef -,.! talc so
rial. .This'rtporter's pt Brls-
. bane yarn' concerns the time
William Randolph Hearst urged
him to take a six-month h e 1 1 1-day.
day. 1-day. Brisbane rejected the gen.1
ereus offer. He wrote his chief:
There are, two reasons why I
will not accept an extended va vacation.
cation. vacation. The first reason is that
if I quit writing my column for
six months it might affect the
circulation ef yenr .newspapers.
The second reason ;j is ; fhat It
Superior editors -4 vstfch as Wil-
imu,iu ui ivi "". Inn Whilf'i nntahln rnicH a.f 7-1 ,V,:".
: .'. -It J------- ,- i circuiauon, tou even i
"' Ppod e beein to think vou have a
concealed! microphones and; ex
traded at confesion. Howey's pa-
honest I Many are tough, hewev
er. .the toughest ef ell, e r r-haps,
haps, r-haps, waa Charles Chapin, the
N. ,Y, World's chy editor. This
jelly monster bragged he had fir fired
ed fired ever IN reporters during his
career; ."I was a machine,"
Chapin stated, "and the men I
worked with were mere cogs.
The human element never enter
ed inte the scheme': ef getting
eut the paper", .A newsman
who was late m phoning a story
"You say your name is Smith
and yew work for the World?
W I! !.t- I
- .w m vi.rf.. :
working for the World en -hour
Chapin ended up behlng bars
for killing his wife. He turned
Inte a model prisoner, who spent
his spare time growing posies..
In oeneral. the leading editors
immortalized in. journalistic histo histories
ries histories were crusatlers. Nevertheless,
during their lifetimes most of
them ran the full, gamut of abuse
from personal criticism to vilifi vilification
cation vilification of their friends and fami families.:
lies.: families.: Courage is a lovely -attribute
and people of vision are. usually
.honored by historians rather than
Haines once wrote:
rich man's time.
I You lose advertising, you lose
per preicea ine -coop "or considered journalUm a great
stock introduction expressing! ,dventure every crusa'e was
-y v-. i the start of a glomus conquest.
-T L i, !Uu newspaper reflected his con con-paper
paper con-paper which has been unusually ieBC. .ndhe constantly: fought
successful in solving crime myste- e m t iBdeet!ncy Bvthe wsv
ries, brings you the exclusive con-VtmfCS.??y,rLW!!'
fession of. . (.-.. T: : utA-h.ii tmi... .i h J
Despite his rirecrscker methods, tor White authored back in 1920:
Howey was a dedicated Journalist) "What a God-damned world this
with a profound respect for the is! I trust you will realize that I
craft. He once wrote: "Many of am not. swearing: merely trying
the newspapers that died w e r e to express in the mildest terms
tone illustration. .The Kansas ed
personal axe to grind and that
you are working for. some ulte ulterior
rior ulterior motive. Even when you have
thwarted the plant of scheming po politicians
liticians politicians and have saved the city
and county millions what hap happens?
pens? happens? No one gives a damn!"
There is much truth in the cyni cynical
cal cynical estimate of crusading Journa Journa-ism.
ism. Journa-ism. The fight against corruption
goes band-in-hand with a Struggle
seainst public indifference.' Never-
thAlc ihm nmffrMi nf irlviliatton
was made possible, by crusaders
published for selfish and partisan ,-what I think of conditions that ex-!wno refusedto be discouraged
interests. ;The great newspapers
which have survived appear to -me
to have a history of having given
more to the leader than they .ex
pected to get from the reader,
Every edtter fs aware that dal
lies must reflect the magnificent
and grotesque panorama of events.
The ironies and tragedies. The tri triumphs
umphs triumphs and the festivals. National
ist. What a God-damned world!
''Starvation on the one band.
and indifference on the other, pes
simism rampant, faith Quiescent.
murder met with indifference; the
wwerea sianaara ot civilization
faced with universal complacence,
and the whole, story so sad that
nobody can tell it :i
"If anyone had told me ten
years ago that our country would
calamities, international debates be what it is today, and that the
nd personal misfortunes, i .Mer
rill Goddard, who was one of the
old 4ime extraordinary editors,
wss motivated by such a philoso
phy -Mrs. tremont Otter's book,
William Hearst, American." of
fers this: '.'Goddard knew how to
interest every man, woman and
child. He appealed to every strat
um of society. He had a genius for
senin what iuU ia't- t-st Neeri
world would be what it la todav.
1 should, have questioned his rea-
1 The foregoing could serve as an
editorial today. --. k.
iIditera have keen dramatised
as 4arnvecarunt persenetities
with beerte ef granite. Suck e
jceaceprieit la net entirely occur
iatev Sene editers'ero humn
The fight for decency occasionally
loses ground but it cannot lose.
Cerr Van Ande. the famed N.Y.
Times editor, . contended .that
"journalism's success formula is
a mixture of good health, good -luck,
printer's ink .and : a great
deal of tweat". .Editor .Henry,
Wattersoa counseled: "Editors
need respect more than friends". .
. .William Allen White tipped cubs:
"Dip the pen in your arteries and
write".. .Ed Howe, the great
small town editor, observed: "An
editor must learn to appreciate the
values ef criticism. What people
jay behind your back is year
Uandln In the community .in
vhieb, yea Mve"...And then there's
"3iicago editor W: rYStorey's clas clas-ie
ie clas-ie admonition: '!Rais hpll nd
..in i .. Jit ...itl)..,! t
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A WOMAN'S ARMS Normally considered one of the safest
of places, a woman's arms in tliis instance are something to be
avoided. Mrs. Ruth Sillery, an engineering technician at the
Watervliet (N.Y.) Arsenal, checks a drawing alongside the
90-mm tank cannon she designed. A 15-year veteran with the
arsenal, Mrs. Sillery has a 13-year-old daughter. Her husband,
John, is cannon design engineer. , -
Premier Sunday Cross-Word Ptizzle
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NFC -".NTHER? Pictured above is the red-brick, corner,
hoi ishington, D. C, that may become the residence of-'..
Gei 1 M. Gruenther, president of the Red Cross. A fund-;
et c-'-''' businessmen In 1919 would be drawn on to purchase
the three-story, $50,000 home for the former NATO commander..
Negotiations for .another dwelling were called off because, of ,.,
restrictive clauses In the covenant governing suburban Waslj-.
Itngtop development In which was located. y i, v... v
"r-Smaller " : 48 A. fast 89 Body QtrJ
" 6 Basis for 1 ,traln .v water
aaseaa 80-Of wax ', B0 Clip -ment
',' 51 Harrow 91 Record of
10 Civet 1 y 1 u single
15-Unadorned 52 Sere event
19 Mlnd 53 Frame ; 93 Fallacy
20 Funeral ; f. for-.i, 94 Play with
oration beacon 95 Coal of
21 ReffUter 55 Form w' s pilgrim-
22 Inthe - ; 50 Suited i, t age
- axil 67 A month 98 Remorse
23 Refuse ?j 5S Kiah ' 98 Edible
1 from sr l7" delicacy 1 tuber"1
grape-' 59 Aslatio ; ,' 99 Strike t
- pressing ,v country ; : wildly
24 -Pterclng I r61 Riverln 100 Cardinal
28 New VJ vv Scotland number
Zealand' l" 82 Animal's 101 Check" V
V evergreen '--' back 103 Meat
27 Bonlto 84 Thong: u roasted
29 Mortar 86 Persist- cn
tray ' enUy
33 Parrot s
- 55 Guide
. action ji'.."'
. 39 Mountain
"42 8et of
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88 River In
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72 Abuse ?
75 King of
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115 Touch end
38 Renown 74 River
topped' 37 Outline
hill 38 Compar Compar-2
2 Compar-2 Child of t f ing
Shobal -Xe. 39 Bashful
Gen. j 41 Wanted.
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For The; Best In Potos:& Features
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SUNDAY it AY'12,ll5t
CANAL ZONE PILOTS had something to shout
about this -week when word came from Washington
that the U. S. Court ol -Claims had unanimously ruled
they were entitled to be paid time and a nan over-
O ITALY'S LEADERS SEEM likely to set a new record
for complete political confusion. Premier Antonio
Segni has resigned after months of feuding which in
volves not only nis own fjnrisuan wemocrauc raf
time after 40 hours in a work-week and that-they .but every other political faction,
'.should be paid travel time for travel after the 40th
nour. -' f '
It was estimated the amount of pay recovery for
the 101 -pilots involved in th suit would amount to
over $200,000. I -' i -
The pilot's suit covers the late 1940's up to July
1951 when the Panama Canal Co was formed.
Now the big question in the minds of the pilots
was how would this decision affect their suit filed in,
U. S. District Court seeking to recover overtime and
other pay since 1951L. Earlier it had been ruled that
the cpurt herehas no Jurisdiction, ;
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I A spokesman for the U.S. Citixcm' Association dis disclosed
closed disclosed thl week that ha had appealed to the -Horn Ap-
propriationa Committee to approve free schooling In the..
Canal Zone for U. S. children who have at least one par parent
ent parent employed by the Panama Canal Company or Govern ;
ment, v; t i J J ) '.
Tti. fpnrtino- has been conducted not only between
"the various parties but inside the individual parties
And president Giovanni Gronchi, himself a Christ Christian
ian Christian Democrat, is doing some feuding of his own.
At the 'moment, it seems unlikely that anybody can
form a stable government before the next national
rnr lamentarv election is neia. is may oe necessaiy
to advance the date of the election ; now scheduled ifled to scout players."
THE WASHINGTON1 SENATORS have a new man manager.
ager. manager. President Cal Griffith fired Chuck Dressen
Tuesday and replaced him with coach Cookie Lava Lava-getto.
getto. Lava-getto. The- 42-year-old Lavagetto got a contract for
the rest of the season with an option clause for next
Griffith offered Dressen- a new job as coordinator,
of a player Personnel for the club. Dressen said he
would have to "consider" It. '""
Griffith called the Job he offered Dressen "no at attempt
tempt attempt to kick him upstalrs"and use out his contract."
He said the offered Dressen a long-term contract.
And he said he didn't know anyone else "more qual-
fnv June 195R.
Segni's resignation was forced when "Vice Pre Pre-;
; Pre-; mier Giuseppe Saragat, leader of the right wing
Socialist Party, pulled out of the coalition cabinet
on the ground the government .was no longer
- strong enough- to carry out promised. land, reform,.
and other programs. -
' The real reason appeared to be that Saragat's lead leadership
ership leadership of his own party was threatened.
, I volved in the tangle are Italy's foreign policies in including
cluding including its role ln the North Atlantic Treaty Organl Organl-i
i Organl-i zation the proposed merger of the right and left wings
of the Socialist Party, and the extent to which Pres President
ident President Gronchi Is entitled-to act as a policy maker.
Premier Segni took' office 22 months ago a leader
cr a coalition which inciuaea nis unrisuan uemocrats.
Said Lavern R.1 Dilweg. the USCA's attorney, "when
both parents and the child are U.S. citizens then If
. either parent works for the government, the child
should be entitled to free schooling In grades kinder,
trarten thrnuirh 12."
Heretofore-the cniia can get iree scnoonng omy with 261 seats in the 590-seat cnamrjer or uepuues.
If the responsible parent (head of household) works ; the right wing Socialists with 19 seats, the Liberals
for the U.S. government, with 13, the Republicans with 5 and two splinter par?
- ; !..,, .... ties with 4. r-'v--;'
A school cafeteria for Balboa kids is a must. Bo Leading the opposition were the Communist Party
saia a group or raciuc civic wubwiihciu hi. ici.cuv with 143 seats ana ine ieii wing socialists wiui io.
meeting when they voted unanimously for the estab
lishment of a cafeteria.
- Their ; decision will now be brought before the i
Governor at their next shirtsleeve meeting.
. About 400 school children now crowd Into the t
Balboa Clubhouse during lunclv hour because of lack
'Of a cafeteria nearer the school.
- If built,' the new cafeteria would be housed in ?
the new ROTC building for which tunds have already
been appropriated. It wauld be located next to the :
Salboa High School, v w
Zeniaatliwchered this week m temperature re
and rote up to a hot' 94,
' Meanwhile the water level of Getun Lake Med te
12.47V feet, and efflciar Panama Canal, reperti (hewed
-that the inflow from river and.etreami'ln the.waterehed
round the Gatun Lake hasin had hit the lowest hi :
44 yean ef record, v.- t- r
Thin b it Rtarted cookinr last vear after Soviet Rus
sian Communist leader Nikita S. Khrushchev rocked
the Communist world by his repudiation of the poli policies
cies policies of Josef Stalin. v
Negotiations were started to merge Saragat's right
wing Socialists with the left wing Socialists of Pletro
Nennl, The two factions had split because Nennl was
a fellow traveller with the Communists. To date, the
merger negotiations have got nowhere.
Dissension broke out in the dominant Christian
- A new complication arose because of criticism
,, of Foreign Minister, Gaetano Martlno, who to a
, liberal. vu V:
fEver since his lelectlon two years ago. President
Gronchi has sought to make himself a power in pol-, that Shoemaker has been suspended for 15 days from
- A New York paper The Daily News w said Dres
sen might become manager of the Giants "by Deco Decoration
ration Decoration Day." It said that .would be "a pretty good bet"
for next season, too. Owner Horace Stoneham of the
Giants 6aid he. had ; "no -thought" of hiring Dressen
ai manager and "no thought', of firing manager Bill
Rlgney, ; . v
Lavagetto had .been a coach under Dressen the last
seven years in both the majors and minors. He was
a third baseman for the Dodgers and Pirates and is
best remembered for, his pinch-double in the 1947
World Series. That won the game for the Dodgers and
broke up a no-hitter by Floyd Bevens of "the Yankees
with two out In the ninth. .'
Now, Lavagetto takes over, a team with plenty of
Manager Cus D'Amato has announced that he
plans to have his heavyweight champion Floyd
; Patterson defend his title In London some sometime
time sometime this year. D'Amato is feudlng'With the In International
ternational International Boxing Club and has been trying te
line up an Independent promoter for a title bout.
He said the London bout might be "Patterson's
first defense or a bout after he makes his first
-defense in America... .,.,
Former major league baseball executive Larry
-4 MacPhai has entered a New York hospital for
observation after a series of intestinal attacks In,
' recent months.
That hiistake in the Kentucky Derby Saturday Is
going to cost Willie Shoemaker more than the win winning,
ning, winning, rider's 'fee:v'-i,'-'';i';;-v '.vV' :
stewards at Churchill Downs announced Monday
ltlcs,:! Actually the President of Itajy Is supposed to
act as a non-party oinciai, wnose auues rnase nun
little" more than a flgurehearT.'
In March. Gronchi -wrote a letter to President
E'senhower, sharply criticizing some American for-
It was back to school for. some 4065 boys and RlrU elgn ooiides. Foreign Minister Martino refused send
who reported to the Latin V:l the letter. That helped to eause the present crisis.
, This was 153 higher than the number whojeported u k ow u whoever becomes premler.wUl be
- lA.f .-an w fn. ftiBt full cnnAniila niv nf irnnni., ... ,
jrio.i v -' in unnaPDy man.
Wednesday through May 22. That means he can't ride
on any major track during that time.
A brief announcement said Shoemaker was ground grounded
ed grounded for what the stewards called, "gross carelessness."
. Spelled out, that, means "Willie The Shoe" pulled
a rock when he mistook the loth pole for the finish
hne.nd eased up briefly on "Gallant Man That
The largest number of students enrolled in the
Rainbow Elementary school.
Due to the Integration of the office functions of
three supply activities, 21 U.S.-rate and 18-local raters
were given RIF notices by the Canal.
The move Is the first step in consolidating the
administrative, budget and fiscal and procurement
operations of the commissaries, service centers and
brief letua very ; possibly .cost Gallant Man and
laker ,"Hb.e' Derby as 'Iron Liege" went
' .Any adult eligible for medical care in the Zone
may now get free Salk shots, it was announced this
. The injections are being made available through
the efforts of the CZ committee of the National Foun Foundation
dation Foundation ofr Infantile Paralysis r !.., .;;
win bv nose
; Gallant Man's tralnerssfcOnhn Nerud came to
Shoemaker's defense. Nerud complained that all the
poles marking off the sixteenths at ChQrchUL Downs
an e pamvea me same cuior. nowever, uie luuan tine
pole does have the word "finish" painted on it and
carries a big mirror for the photo finish camera.
Shoemaker figured in a similar incident last sum summer
mer summer t Hollywood Park. On that occasion, Shoemaker
; thought he had a race Won aboard "Swaps" and eased
up... letting "Porterhouse"' come thorugh on the in in-'
' in-' side' to win. f pyv- -v
t After learnlntr of hi suspension.!. Shoemaker offer
ed no alibis. He said, "I Just made a stupid mistake
r The downfall of the dictatorship of President Gus Gus-i
i Gus-i tavo Rojaa Pinlila touched off nationwide celebrations
In Colombia. '- ' '. v ---
Rojas Pinlila resigned Friday at the climax of a
popular revolt supported by the Roman Catholic
- Church. -. :
u A five-man military junta succeeded the ousted dlc-
tator In office, and has promised to hold free elec elections
tions elections soon, r .-.
The nationwide street demonstrations which fol fol-'
' fol-' lowed Rojas Plnllla's downfall has -caused at least
nine deaths. s "'
s Dispatches from Me'dellln, Colombia's second largest
- city said .17 persons' were killed when troops open open-zed
zed open-zed fire on a mob celebratine the fall of the dictator.
The soldiers fired when the Jubilant crowd refused to in Judgement. . and that's that." Shoemaker said he
"JT. SPIXS the capital. Call. Barranqullla. and other major cities.
X;nX- ..Vh;V: am.Xon i Only two days before Rojas Pmllla-r former
perlntendent of the Cristobal field office of the Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Division did not die of a heart attack.
Huge crowds turned out m, the streets of Bogota
. Magner was found dead In his office, and left a
note explaining he had been despondent because of
poor health. ,',.-' ;,.-v-f
Panama police authorities Identified s man found
-ss with hh head completely tevered front hi body after two
day ef Investigation. -
The dead men. whose head and body wa found
' Wednesday near the San Mifuelite shanty town, wa ',
identified as Juste Hemaudes Iseehar, a resident ef La
v Cherrera' who um to Panama with saver el hundred del-, rh
, lere ia hi peeket.
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' Up to yesterday ho clue to the identity of the
murderer had been found, However, speculation was )
rifgaa to the motive of the crime. -, U: ?
Panama City residents were alaed over a se se-Ties
Ties se-Ties olJisappearances. many of whlt Involved teen teen-:
: teen-: age children.
" "The apparentrxidnaplne; of a seven-year-old boy
turned out be another case of a child falling victim
to the wiles of thieves who steal shoes and jewelry
from children.'; : ... x, v j '.'
The kidnaping theory- was advancea "whenthe;
toy was-turned over the National Guard who tried to
locate his parents while they were busy searching for
- him in the area when be disappeared along with the
thief. .. --..-. . .-,-;i-.--v,';-,l,
army general bad himself re-elected to another four
year term as President by his hand-picked assembly..
Observers said the ruling proved to be the straw
..which broke the camel's back.
j The United States government made a bold move
to reassure nervous allies of this country's nuclear
safety precautions. 1 i i
The Atomic Energy Commission says It has lnvlt lnvlt-ed
ed lnvlt-ed 47 nations to send observers to the nuclear tests,
'scheduled for the Nevada, proving grounds this month.
One of the Invited nations is Japan which has
sought unsuccessfully to get the United States to
called himself all kinds of names when he realized
what h had done. But then, he said, "It was too
late." 1 -- -',; ;v"'v-i :.
Another of the jockeys beaten In the Derby Ed Eddie
die Eddie Arcaro says he thinks he will de better in the
Preakness with ''Bold Ruler." t
Arcaro said Bold Ruler "just didn't ran his race
In the Derby and I don't know why. But, said
. Arcaro, Bold Ruler still can beat 1I the horses
that ran against him In the Derby. The 12-year-
; old trainer Sunny Jim Fltxsimmons thinks so,
too especially since the Preakness is one six-
teentn of a mile shorter than the 'mile and a
' ejuarter Derby,
postpone the tests. Other nations invited Include al- on Middle-East tensions and their underlylngjauses.
lies in Europe. Asia. Smith and Central America and j Hammarskjold return to New York tomorrow,
the Middle East. Russia, and .its satellites, and India -ir sTZr'tvit-:i;n'ii,;. ''
were excluded from the Invitations.. K -;?v.tV ?XP1"'? 5 tlffiM'b
. . ,v 4 ... .. ment have found to their chagrin that HSy-palnful to
Tii alTf! onnnimnsmpnt rarnM Rpr'reiaro' rt llw In altxa hmm : i.' -..
State Dulles urged the Senate toj-atify promptly" A- -, Officials of the department had eomplalned to ;
merican membership In the International atomic e- rthe police that hot enough illegally parked cars were
jiergy agency proposed by President Eisenhower tos being ticketed. They said their trucks had to sweep
control its peaceful uses. Dulles said that otherwise.' .around them unless they had been ticketed in which
the Soviet Union might steal America's leadership in case they could be towed away.
the field. ' . To Illustrate their nolnt.. the sanitation officials L
. The lower house of the West German parliament "sent out sleuths and fpimd .200, illegally parked cars
demanded that nuclear tests be halted for a limited -.without, tickets. ; a ,.; .r v
time, and that a world-wide controlled disarmament r'.i -rf'--v,. i ;- v- y-'- '.
agreement banning mass destwetion weapons be V-Police responded by' sending some officers to a
enacted. i sanitation' 'department garaee, where five, llegally
. -" o v parked "cars were ticketed. AH belonged to sanitation
- Talks between Israeli Premier David Ben Gurlon department employes,- 1 ? r
ml TrM RnrPrvrjcnprQl Tine- Hammftraktolrl fnrlfH -,-- -: & r J ;
nn n nntimistie note. ... v v V'A Volunteer fireman has .been fined .1100 for re-
- An announced meeting' between the disgruntled r A statement Issued after the last of their" meet- "spending, to ; fire hisUeln: 4 ridgef leld park. New. ;
facUons of the National Patriotic Coalition and Pres- ings in Jerusalem pledged an all-out effort jto preserve Jersey J;, y ; ? li' '-' 1
Went de ia Guardla-faUcd tJ come off for reasons un-v'peace In the troubled Middle East" "' Twenty-six-year-Old JuJeph Boerio was fined for
known to the public. v- The two leaders reportedly discussed the tenie" 'driving to the scene of a fire in his car. Boerio never
. Leading the movement of the three disgruntled situation along Lsraels border with its Arab neigh- ot there. Police arrested "elm for driving after hla
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MUSTA GONE OUT. PUHNfl THE
NIGHT, 'CAUSE lTS7WFUL-
PICTURES ON THE.
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RESTAURANT IS POM' LCT5A BUSINESS
THIS MORNIN'- LOTSA PEOPLE ARE
Pimm up.to the mountain
LIKE ICEJTSURE MAS V !' 1 .,
FOR SK( SLIDING? I --A
IM 6LAP VdUfeE HERE, ANNIE THAT -VLAZY
RSWWASHEP DtDMT .cuz-wiid
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HEVJ ISN'T THAT
AT THE CORNER TABLE
CAME IM EARLY
STAYS ON ANP
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.'THAT MAM DOWN AT THE
ENP OF THE COUNTER POS
! WORRY ME J HE ACTS AS IF RITA
HS OWNED THIS PLACE
FEATURES tYNDlCATB, It, WOMB mCBW HgggTVED
HE'S THE" LOCAL BI6 SHOT.'.. HAS A HAND IM
.POLITICS ANO JUST ABOUT EVERYTHlNQ
iAKOJNt? Hokc; I HAvcnT TIME TO TELL
6EE- SEEMS. LIKE MISS RITA HAS ENOUSH TO
RESTAURANT THAT ONLY HAS A. SEASONAL
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