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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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32nd yEAR

PANAMA, R. P SUNDAY, MAY 19,. 1957 ,,
i

Egypt Warns
It Has Right

to liar

. rArn'r Mav 18 fUPl Egypt

" .7 il u.j n "inrHsnnt-
warna mat u
: '..ki. -int." tn har Israeli shipping
' from the Suez Canal and would
"stop any Israeli vessel sent into
the waterway. 7

. tions to another crossroads in
' nino.iriar.Hinilt.a over Canal

1 ...'I'MM Tamil U III IJ1IB11L UU Ul

navigation ..rign iaic
served notice it plans to send a.
test- ship through to try to break
.-the blockade ana .will consider
any attempt to .halt the shm t an
;, ,act of war,' .
Egyptian Director General, ot
tnfnrmatinn Abdel Kater Hattem

. 7 .... t j. jnMMn1
denounced Israel's announced in-
tentiona on grounds that, Israel
was "only a puppet in the hands
of imperialism that Duqges
He said" the 1888 Constantinople
rAnAnfjAn nrnviHinff : for naviga

tion rights .in tne lui-miie
' was legaltasis for. the blockade
naainst Israeli shiDDinC;

..xi- nn oorfh .will nrevent.

Egypt from,, exercising this legal
' 1 knob sm calH. ';

"Egypt's, indisputable right to
" self-defense is provided in Article
'JO of the : 1888 convention which
!,v that Fovnt ha the right to

l Intnl.. ui ucxot ai

defend her territory and sale sale-guard
guard sale-guard her security." L"
- Article 10 of the convention has
- been Egypt's .legal reason for the
blockade since "the Palestine War

of 1948 on grounds 4nai nomina nominations
tions nominations still technically are .at war.
The information chief coupled
' his attack on Israel with criticism
- f Prnnne for t a k i n t the Suez

K jssue before -.the United Nations
Security Council again, 3-?
' "Vrnnptt remains the only west

- em country which stiu retuses w
give its ship permission to ,;Use

The French diplomatic maneu maneuver
ver maneuver caused Israel to announce
' la.fniPht. that it was postponing

- its plan to send a test ship through
the canal. ' 7 "7" "Z v'

A total of 22 ships transited tne
canal yesterday, including r. the
fit-ett urn British ships to pay tolls
in British currency since Britain
lifted its own boycott earlier; this
week. ' r
Fcrl 6u!ick
Denial Surgeon ;
Goes Regular Army!
Capt.' Williant H. Radentz, chief
dental surgeon, Army Atlantic,
ttsi cone RA. The 29-year-old cap-
tainr who comes from SU Louis,
Mo., was recently;, sworn in as a
Uomilar Armv officer by Col. Gines
' Perez, Army Atlantic commander,'
, at Fort GuUCK. --
; Capt. Badentz was a- member of
the VS. Merchant Marine prior
to his enrollment at Missori Univer Univer-:
: Univer-: sity. After attending Missouri U U-niversitv
niversitv U-niversitv for one year, he trans
ferred to St. Louis University when
be was awarded his D.D.S. (Doc
, tor of Dental Surgery) degree in
. in 1955. At the completion of his
studies be entered the U.S. Army
on active service as a 2nd Lieut.
and after a brief tour of duty at
St. Louis University was sent to Ft
Sam Houston, -Tex., for his basic
and- advanced training with the
U.S. Army Medkal Service. .'
Capt Radentz and his wife, Kth Kth-'
' Kth-' leen, arrived in the Canal Zone in
September of 1955, and currently
l reside at FortXulick.
Macmillan's v
Residence 'Bombed'
Viih Wine BolIIe
LONDON. May 18 (UPV-Awom
an who lorsnt like H-bombs paid
$5.60 today for the privilege of
'bombing' Prime Minister Harold
MacmiUan's official residence
witn a wine bottle
Alicia Saver. 45. who crashed
the bottle ugainst the door of 10
Downing Stret late last night.
pleadrt guilty to charges of;
"causing $5 60 damaee to Ministry
f Works property." But she ob objected
jected objected to. the wording of the
charge. -
"1 wasat- throwing it at the
Ministry of Works," Mrs. Sayer
snapped. "I was throwing it at
the temrTary residence of the
Prime Minister.. I
"If Ua.-miUn can throw million'
pound atom bombs, I protest by
throKing a ine bottle. I would
do it again and probably will. If
people are going te behave in such
a la'h'on. one must make some
ki-4 ot protest.
Judge f. or tint Rees put Mrs
?Ar on fTohation for a year and
prdfTfd hrt to pay the damages.;
He did not Lot her. y

; ' ' (NEA Telephotoy,
OUT FOR A STROLL President Ngo Dlnh Diem' (left) of
South Viet Nam walks outside St. Patrick's Cathedral in New New-York
York New-York with Francis Cardinal Spellman following a special mass
1 and breakfast with the Cardinal.

Theory (Disdained Five Years : Ago Solves

Problem Of IBM's Plunge Info Atmosphere

WASHIXGTON.' Mav 18 YUP) J. i
One of the?, biggest obstacles to
development of an intercontinent-1
at ballistic missile, has been wiped
away with a scientist's five-year-
old dlscoveryi j the government i
said today, . ,'
? The Scientist,,', tt4 Julian Allen,
found that it Uie missile was giv
en a blunt rather a than pointed
nose it wouldy not burn up when
plunging through the atmosphere.
The solution seems obvious today,
but it wasn't in 1952: when Allen
proposed itvriCv f .r:K'-"i- h.
'Allen is rniei -or nicn-soeeo re-
6carcU7t the Ames Aeronautical
Laboratorv of the National Advl
sory Committee for .Aeronautics
at -Moflett Field; Calif, r He -re
ceived the ACA's highest honor,
the .Distinguished Service ., Medal,
for his finduig. .' : ; 7
Dr- Hugh L. Dryderi, director
nf th ,; advisorv'- committee.' : the
eovernment's ton v air research
agency, said that in 1952 military
men thought. Allen's theory was
"foolish." He: said thinking then
called- for, pointed nose for high
speed flight, v 77" v ;7'
The intercontinental -balhstic
missile will break free i of- the
earth's atmosphere' as it hurtles
toward a target 5,000 miles away.
Then as H approaches the target,
it win.Dlunife back; intoiine ai-
mosphere at a peed ol 15,000
miles an hour.' jS
If equipped'-with a pointed nose
it would burn up upon entering
'Desperate Hours':
Is Guild's Next
Play Production J
Traded tuns and 1 tense mo
ments will be the order-of the
iav when the Theatre Guild
nresenta The Desperate Hours
for six nights beginning- June 3
t Tq quote Walker Kerr of .the
Nov York Herald Tribune "as
a slam-bane melodrama with a
glowering figure .behind, every
door and a nervous finger on
every trigger,. Desperate Hours
is a beauf
. JoseDh Haves' nit u basea up
on his popular mvazine serial
and book-club selection nf the
same name about the ordeal of
an average familv held hostage
in their own home by a trio of
escaping convicts. v ;.
Frankly setting out to wrack
the nerves of its audiences. The
Desperate Hours achieved a no notable
table notable hit when it was produced
in New York in 1955 and later
as a movie starring Humphrey
Bogart as the leader of the
thugs and Frederic March as
the head of the captured house householdroles
holdroles householdroles to be played here by
Phil Banders and Len Worces Worcester,
ter, Worcester, v-'-
Others in the case are Beth
Wolcott, Keith Gllckenhaus
Shirley Ann Meyer. Morton Gor Gor-nick.
nick. Gor-nick. Bob Menn. Dick Vande-
more, Budd Hawrsuca, ai n n-dams.
dams. n-dams. Angus Matheney. Kathy
'WUber and Alex Plotnlkoff. The
r!ay is under the direction ot
Roy Gllckenhaus, s
False Alarm
'BERLW. N. H.'. May II (UP5-
A mother "toed- weeping among
onlookers toda aa poLce searched
S river for her S-vear-old aoa who
was believed to have drowned.
Suodnly, Mrs. Betty Roy's tears
of grief turned te tears of jr.
She fpotteJ her son Gary in the
crowd.
The tor fell into the river hut
pu!led liimwlf back te shore. -I
A Haysr pre'T the word
that Gary OJtarpeared in the ws ws-ter.
ter. ws-ter. -

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rV,

the air, much like a meteor onto the Air Force in January.' 1953.

shooting star."'
But Alien showed that a blunt
npse would rapidly cut the mis-
site's speed to about 500 miles an
hour. He told a news conference
the blunt nose throws up a shock shock-wave
wave shock-wave or shield that throws off 99
per cent of the heat' ;
With a sharp nose, the tempera
ture might rise to about 20,000
degrees around the nose and evap evaporate
orate evaporate itiVr.777 :.il' M
Drvden and Allen said that in
1952 the" Question regarding devel development
opment development ot an intercontinental mis
sile was whether Vwe could no u
at all.'! Now, they said, the mis
sile is a certainty and tne ques
rion is how big the nose com
should be.
Allen's finding was made known
Deceased
Crapsl But Lawyer
Says 'Ho Dice'
BASINGSTOKE.", England.? May
18 (UP) The will of happy ? go-
luckv Norman r John Mead in
structed his relatives roll dice for
his estate. Survivors learned to
day it was no dice,: however. .:;
Mead, a 29 year old former
army captain, was xiuea in a
sports car crash in v the Persian
Gulf area three montns ago.
; Attorneys called in his relatives
today. to reaa.ms win.,.,
"Put .riv ashes in the dustbin
(garbage1 can) nearest the South Southampton
ampton Southampton crematorium.. it said. It
specified small bequests to. his
nenhewt and eodchildren and said
the remainder o'f his estate should
be fettled among his five brothers
nff nisteri "who. will throw" a set
of .dice new, unused and provid
ed by the executors on, a green
gauze cloth." :
The winner 'ol the rolh shou.d
mm oart of the money to stage
a party '"for my friends at the
country club," Meaa saia in du
But attorneys declared there
would be no craps game, for the
dice would, only come up "snake
eves." Mead left only $364not
even enough to pay attorneys
f 9fte O- - & -f
A TsVA ll5r1fl l
uuanwii ibaw jiuiim
To Defend Rights ;'
Of IIAACP In Soulh
- .-7
HIGH POINT, N.C. CUP)- The
American Friends Service Com Com-mitt
mitt Com-mitt (vi it is "disturbed" by
recent attacks on the National As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People. -
In a statement issued here, the
Ouaker rroun said it Is "con
cerned with the continued denial
of the full privileees of a free so-1
ciety to many cituens because of
their color." i
-We stronrly defend the right
of the NAACP to work for justice
withing the law; to maintain inter interracial
racial interracial membership, te organize
and to speak out for social
chanee. the committee said.:
' It said that to penaliie any or-
l aniiatjon "m the esercise of sucn
rights endangers tbem for all.
- BALBOA TIDES "-
''MONDAY, M.4T 18
HICi.
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Cardinal Wyszynski Gets

After Four. Years Of .Communist Delay
" VATICAN CITY, May 18 (UP) Pope Flos XII- Invested Polish Primate Stefan Cardinal
Wyszinski with his symbolic red cardinal'e hat today and nrfed him to be "intrepid, eyen unto
death and the shedding of blood." , ' '-..

The private ceremony, delayed xour yer ana iour mvn

l.t.JI .l. 1( mlnntM
v..j ....

1 It toon pi.ce in tne nu wi we u w yvv" - y.- i
col officials and 80 Polish churchmen most of them exiles. J

The ceremony made nip for
the investiture of Cardinal Wys Wys-lynskl
lynskl Wys-lynskl missed when he was
created cardinal In the January,
1953, consistory.., t
, At that time the primate con
sidered it unwise to leave Com-4
munist : Poland. He has since
spent three years in a Commu Communist
nist Communist .Jail. Vj -The
Pope's Injunction to be
Intrepid came in the course of
and accepted toward the end of
that year. The aeronautical ad-
visory committee said his conclu
sionj were "so radical" it : "was
only5 natural that some time
elapsed" before they .were ac
cepted, '
Dryden pointed out that : com
plete, verification of Allen's work
must' await development of test
vehicles that actually, will go 15,-
ami. i a : t t :
wt miles an nour, tie saia speeas
half that high have been reached
in testing blunt-nosed eones; (
PC Society Speaks

Movement Launched Against
Canal's Internationalization

7 - f t ;
WiSHlNOTON. Mav 1 (UP)
The, Panama ; Canal Society ofl
washinston launcned a movement
today to -counter communist and
other propaganda lor me interna-:
tionalization of the Panama Canal
and to preserve its present treaty
Status. ,. j c -fe t, ,-f :,f..
' .' yj-. -''j . -u-
The society consists of former
officials, engineers and employes
who were engaged 4n tne construc
tion or administration oi me ran
ma CanaL With about 150 mem
hers nresent. the society discussed
for several hours the international
questions which have arisen in tne
wake ot tne sues uanaj auuauon.
iy -f. K i Vt' H v'"" --,i ''V''V 4j
: ; The meeting then adopted a
resolution which asserted ha be?
lief "that every lust and wise
consideration favers the retention
In perpetuity, hy the United States
ef all Hs sovereign rights, power,
and authority rith respect te the
Panama Canal and the Canal
Zone, at guaranteed by existing
treaties." . .-.
'-- .t .." -.
: The resolution urged the Con
cress of the United States to make
a similar declaration, reaffirming
the long-standing Isthmian policy
of the United States. -. '-
The Preamble to the resolution
adopted by the Panama Canal So
ciety said tnac uommunisue in influences
fluences influences in the United States and
the world at large have long been
insistent that the United States
surrender control and operation of
the Panama Canal to an interna international
tional international body. ' 1
. It took note that certaia non non-Communist
Communist non-Communist elements at home and
abroad have also urged such inter internationalization.
nationalization. internationalization. "' I j
The text said In part. i ? '".
The United States, under sol
emn treaty agreements and
guarantees, assumed the great
risks and obligations involved.
and at huge cost to the United
States government and its tax
payers undertook and consum consummated
mated consummated the construction of the
Panama Canal, and has since
successfully maintained and op operated
erated operated It, In strict accordance
with treaty provisions, for Its use
by all the ships of the world
without discrimination; and has
effectively protected, at its own
expense, the canal and the Ca Canal
nal Canal zone during the two world
wars and the war In Korea."
. Maurice IX Thatcher, for former
mer former Governor of the Canal
Zene, said he feared that seme
tslen has arisen between tbe
United States and the Repab Repab-lie
lie Repab-lie ef Panama becaese ef Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's Increasing demands for
ereater heaefits from tbe can at
"This situation Is to be de-

jij t-v.. ,,.. k..iiu!nnti trawl writer scniM ori;wear.

is betVeen Psiama SLnd taa

, ... ,ti. t, k.
the standard prayer recited
during the Cardinal's investi investiture.
ture. investiture. :
: But In the case bf Cardinal Wys Wys-"
" Wys-" synskl the only fr Reman
Catholic prlmat bahind 'the Iran
Curtiin it took on a Bcil sig-
nifieanca'
in hli prayer, the 81-year-
old Pope said:' '
tin praise or tne Aimigmy
God and as an adornment ot the
Holy Apostolic See, receive this
red cap, insignia of the singu singular
lar singular dignity of tte cardinalcy
"It signifies that for the exal exaltation
tation exaltation of the holy t faith, for
the peace and quiet of christian
people and for the expansion
and conservation ot the sacro-
Technical bounds
CHAGFORD; England," May f 18
(UP) Dartmoor prison authori
ties said today the institution's
pack of search hounds may need
another Jesson in technique.
The hounfs. led by a horn-blow'
ing hunt master in the customary
EngUsh style, : were turned loose
yesterday to track' down escaped
prisoner William Fowler. -j-.
. The huunds flushed a fox and
took off across the meadows in
hot pursuit while' the fugitive re remained
mained remained at large.
United, States all Questions thatJ
affect the two countries should
be settled amicably through the
orderly processes pi, negotiation,
lt Is IneVltbW that differen differences
ces differences will from time to time
arise, and off time there will be
very strong differences involv involved,"
ed," involved," Thatcher continued. "But
destiny has linked tne two na nations
tions nations together and thus tar
thev hava been able to solve
their : differences in mutual
respect -and these processes
should continue in the future.
''.::
"In thb connection, I may
aay that, if reliance cannot
be placed upon treaty agree,
ments then I do net know
how questions arising under
, them can be solved. These
agreements should be fully
respected by both .parties;
and to this end, of course, I
favor the Implementation by
the Congress and our Execu Executive
tive Executive branches of any features
of the 7, treaty agreements
which require implementation.
- Captln Miles' Du VaL United
States naval officer,' retired
historian of the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, said three basic Interna
tional treaties under ly Its pre present
sent present International status of th
' -; -V
These are tho UnlWd States States-British
British States-British Hay-Pauncefote treaty
of 1902, the Hay Bunau Varllla
treaty l between the United
States and the republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama in 1903, and the Thomson Thomson-Urrutla
Urrutla Thomson-Urrutla treaty 1 between', the
United States and Colombia
which was negotiated in 1914
and proclaimed in 1922. 1
Ex-Vv II f
7i y DOC OUIOO
NEW YORK. Mar 18 (UP) i
Word has reached here that the
island authorities are reactivat reactivating
ing reactivating 'warfamed Henderson Field
on Guadalcanal and the equally
celebrated Munda airstrip on
New Georgia. it
The romantic names of these
two exotic isles are a-reminder
that the travel season Is nearly
upon us. Millions, will be on the
move. -
As a. public service at this
time, here are some excerpts
from "Quigg
hints." a bneicase-nze compen-
mum in wmcn w
m ti.w w m o-n s
soma fiway-spoU wnlca tvei

His ;Red Hat

j vuiihihwih pBrTOyMu,
. V.tL... ..ntn.
sanct Roman church you must
show, yourself Intrepid even unto
deatn and the shedding of
blood."
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Faclual Fable:
She Poisoned His
Beer, Ho Loves Her
ANN' ARBOR. Mich.. Mat 18-
(UP) A 30 year-old, wife who put
rat poison in her husband's beer
for four years to break him of the
drinking namt was in jau today.
Her husabnd, completely recover
ed, said he stilt loves her-and
wants her back. v ...'.'...;!
Mrs.' Lucy Wireman of Chelsea,
mother of three,, was heldjn Wash Washtenaw
tenaw Washtenaw county jaH on a charge of
"administering poison- with intent
to 'Jn jure or kill f ; ; :
"My husband 'drank I when we
where in Kentucky a woman. Uld
mm :. U .' In mif rot taiicnn in lti
beetr ityjiifould cure him. Ididnt
know it had arsenic in it, wife said.
1 Oren Wiremanv36 j released yes-
l I !- T U I il
said he never suspected the. beer,
but, "I noticed the milk tasted a
httla funny sometimes,' i v
"I love my .wife and I want her
back -with me and the kids," he
KICIC: In Ermioiid?
MANCHESTER,' England,' May
jg '(UP) Polica said, today van-,
dais ...wrecked two automobiles
owned by Negroes and scratched
the- Initials' "KICK" across the
hood of one' of them' last night.
' Authorities' refused to say if they
had -evidence of activity of the
V,i VI, Vim !. kiM Knf Prli.
ment recently.- discussed reports
that tha American racist organ!
zation ts. winning Increasing sup.
port m Brlialnv 1 1
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RAIn'oP FIRE Fireman linden Maker twists wildly on his
ladder to dodge a flaming mttress heaved from above by one
of-his smoke-bUnded mates during a blaze In Guthrie, Okia.
Maker was preparing to aim his hose at th f'coITdfJloor0f
the building when the mattress came at him. 4 "The nre
prompted charges of malicious mischief against the estranged
- husband ot a woman who lived in the apartment house.

oUrisrExtolMC Of

swum be fort his eyes for. years.
- Nete: Some ef tfceae glaces vera'
vfsited mmdmr wuMMhr mditimm
Muted fcy Wrid War II. There
my hae he eKate.'
CundacanoJ: Charming trtpl-
cal hell-typo paradise not top
far below equator to escape' Ha
influence. Always seems w db
steamed up about something.
Tourixtii er Advised to take a
long their own air. The local air
often seems to be aU steam and
no oxygen. Northern- coast ; af-
5?-,0.xyi!"L,.rf
sorted rt? nart-strnk ship
hu ks o c oti, wtsoever te
neeaea exceps 1 rw
: . mm. m, m a m mbw enn nisiu
' p""
tew-Ciorsia: -Set 'QuadU

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Union
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Barriha

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CZ Contractors

i An attempt to profiibit contractors from operating
injhe Canal Zone on government projects ji they refuse
to pay $l-an-hour miniirtum wage to theit.employfs is be being
ing being made by AFL-CIO officials in; Washington s ,s',,
"w Wilton Murray administrative Vice-Jpresident of the
American Federation of Stated County hj Municipal
Workers to which Local ,900 is affUiated, has notified of of-ficlals
ficlals of-ficlals of Local 900 that he agfees with their proposal to
seeka means of forcing contractors o pay the wage
prescribed by the; Fair LaborStandards Act. ; j -H
In' a letter received b William Sinclai Interna Interna-tionaJ
tionaJ Interna-tionaJ representative, Murray sttfted that the union Jiat
agreed to v"go ahead" wifh the necessary action to -enforce
the'$l minimum as it applies to Zone contractors:
Meanwhile, a group of 76 employes of Americon
contractor ohn Carter who filed a suit against .him, ari
now" awaiting further action by the Labor Department ch
a March ruling which said Geneva's empKy wefe en;
titled tcreceivethe $1 minimum for a scop-loading proj

ect they performed for Carterthat month. 7777.

" "Newell Brown, administrator of
the Waee, Hour and Public Con Contracts
tracts Contracts Divisiori p the Laor Depart Department
ment Department recently acknowledged ..
cept of the r'tim Med by the-.76
employes against Carter S v flrm,
Geneva, S.A, v. iUvifj:
U Inveived.a'' ob ef loading
Scrap" ebeard the J a a a n e s e
freightar f okusan Maru en March
1. After the- claim wa filed,
the i Labor Department ruled
that the V en hour minimum
aoolled te the scran leading iob.
, but Carter refused te comply
(. ; ." f :
' 'Sinclair1 said today that ,Brown
wrote the1 decision on now to en-
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canat'7.'-;. v:-' .,
fioupainrUl: Beautiful Em-j
press Augusta Bay has nice surf
and swiftest undertow ever felt.:
outside Niagara Falls. Just In Inland
land Inland are two more-or-less active
volcanoes they're more, active
when you're trying to-sleep.
Fauna Includes iive-lnch centi centipedes.
pedes. centipedes. ; -V "' -- -.
ddmirmitp alonds.: Great
fishing, if you llke'crwsodnes. 1
Hew Guinea: You cam see
IV. muuli frtf 'tim tmruM PJ
wTc.urhe o t anl. w tour
est their way across the coun-
trysid.;- they have no .peclal
" ".-s: it
1-... ,irrth tnd
vitu i ubi b. vi ai wvm
-
- tat mere. :

Will Try

HoldouK

'i vl ?
(;
force hji ruling would- take iit
time.' ; :,
that li.e em ploy ts :
to file a suit throught t. ; -"v
A recent meeting ot tm mm
ployas involved rtsultad in -the
unanimous 'decision te let t!
Labor Department itself bring
action against Carter, instead ef
trying to pursue the m enter
through the courts. 7'..r,-f V 7v
Sinclair did not indicate what
possible action the union would
take in attempt to-force contrae
tori to pay the $1 an hour mini
mum, or barred from getung gov
erment contracts.; rt r 4
Kobbs Ed. Cent:r 7
Offers Six Group
Sludy Classes: m
-The Fort kobbe education ctnfei
is offering, six study classes, fot
military personnel and their; de dependents
pendents dependents during the period, Ma;
20-July 18. ' :,Vrwi.
Each of the classes will mesftvi
nights weekly. , -s-
. ; "i"1 (
4 The course to be offered an$ the
time of class sessions inelude:-,
Spoken Spanish from 6:30-8:31
p.mv. Tuesdays and Thursday! be be-ginning
ginning be-ginning May 21.
Typing (aU levels) from t:30 :3I,
p.m.. Mondays and Wednesdays be beginning
ginning beginning May 20. ; ; : - 4,;
Drafting from 6:30-8:tM, p.m.,
Mondays --and Wednesday begin-
. mm -f. A ....
Ding JUy mv." -
Auto Mechanics from .8: 3M: 31
p.m. pm.; Tuerdays and Titjrs Titjrs-days
days Titjrs-days beginning May II. ---.
Ham Operators Radio Thwry
and Code, schedule to be anaoun
ced. beginning May 21.-' r
Review Arithmetic from 78:30 78:30-8:30
8:30 78:30-8:30 p m, Tuesdays and Thursdays
beginning May 21.
Available facilities limit the
number of enrollments in east
class. -To enroll or for addition
information call the Fort Kobbe -dueation
center, For .Kobbe 3ZC9
ir 4155.' '- :
South: Pacific
New Zealand: The plural cf
Maori is Maort. The Maori rro rro-nounce
nounce rro-nounce Maort "Mowry." J,:acrl
stick out their tongues ss a wel welcome
come welcome sign. Instead of shakirg
hands as a greeting: they p.-rs
noses. If you play your ear-s
right, yoti can press noses 1
a lady Maori guide narr.ed I t
gt who once pressed noses
Mrs. Roosevelt.
Korea.' People with dt'...
noses should go to an air-
dlUoned bar for the sum
Korean tir U frelrtted at u.rn.
Vv
t.m course, not even
- out wicriec;. as
.
in the ci-1
'. v.
ring Sato batUfsh:;.



PAGE TWO

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, MAY 19. ISSJ
Robert Taylor Flies To Spain
To jMaLe Tip Oir Dead Jockey'

- o, iff, ,- Q21r KjkS' "''I 1 'i til 0

Fcr:VidcoTs First Spectacular In Magic ...
r.:i:bourne Christopher Wants To Top Others

A Bullet In His Teeth

NeVOHK (NEA) Be- says. "So Jar,' it's worked! But-12

twees catching bullets in his teetn riagiciang nave oeen amea trying
and arrancina landing permits for tie trick. Maureen doesn't like the

doves, Milbourne Christopher has idea." t,
hu trnnhiAa I Maureen is his wife, a pretty

Those are two of the problems writer for an advertising trade
In connection with "Festival of magazine. Christopher, says she's

Magic,"1 the 90-minute hocus-"the perfect wife for a magician
nocim spectacular coming via she never wonders how he does

NBC-TV on May 27. Christopher, Ihis tricks,

as show consultant and one of the
starts of the program, is busy both

with arranging for the seven ma magicians
gicians magicians from all over the world
who, will perform and perfecting
his own act,
:-The guest magicians coming
from France, India, China, South
Africa, England and Ireland are
the tops in their trade. And Chris Christopher,
topher, Christopher, the only American in the
crowd, is one of the finest in this
country.X
He's out to out-magic the others,
so he'll try the dangerous feat of
catching a 22 rifle bullet in his
teeth, fired from across the stage.

"I've been practicing in the long
hallway in our apartment." he

"Whenever anybody asks Mau

reen if she's learned any magic
being married to a 'magician,"
Christopher says, "she always an

swers, 'If I'd married a con-

rt pianist, would I have learned
W to play the piano?'

It takes a perfect wife to put up

with her husband getting shot in
the mouth in the hallway, with the
crates full of paraphernalia that
jam the apartment, with the gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous models that he makes ap appear
pear appear and disappear at. will. But
she knew what she was getting
into. 1

Christopher, a Baltimore" prod

uct, wanted to be a magician since
tan Aav h's father shnweri hirh

the only trick: he knew how to

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OT IN THE AIR: Magician Milbourne Christopher rehearse
a levttation trick for the forthcoming TV "jFestival of Magic"

in nH nut itihe "insists on working with that

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cut a tiiec. Of

together again. For years,
VinurnA Christooher WSS the

of Baltimore birthday parties

and his ever-preseni piece

itring.

As a teen-ager, necaiiea mm

elf "ChristoDher tha, Great

town, he'd go backstage, introduce

himioir I'nrtstnnnttr ina ureal

imiuivu wm

and show him the string-cutting

trick. The magician would wvari wvari-hiv
hiv wvari-hiv lnnoh and recommend that

the boy read some magic instruc

Uon books. H aid. i

!' Anna "hl tlint1nff lh does

all kinds of magic from card tricks

tn hvsvv tiuisionx iq memai wiz-

aiJiy all ti "the werld;nd

fmm hp trim cima the basic

;erm of the idea of a TV snow

Featuring the best maeicians the

nrnrlH ha tn nffpr.

Pt-w4iir' Shnwraict. which

generally goes in for heavy drama.

heard aooui unnsiopner iuea
mit hmiifht it. Thev sianed Ernie

AOVSCS tO Ml TO-: n0W-yi V 5
4ir ll.mffir Tiro(?ram.lf it works

out the war Christopher hopes, it

wiu d ut tore runner m a con
tinuing maeiC series. He's workinj

on three formats for macic on i v

- Televised lef erdemeln presents
some problems. V One came up

when The- Great' Sorcar, an In
dian wizard who will be on Tes
fiv.l of Misie." did his best ilia

sion over England's BBC. He saw

Tlia nnlv nrnhlim WIS that time

n nut kfnra ha had a chance to

put her back together again. The

bbc was deiueea wan cans

"Did she live?"-- and had to put

the answer on a later news pro-

gram. '

Anotner proDiera is inai wi i v

o.mors van set trettV inOODy.

And, says Christopher, -many ma

gic act are designed ra oe view viewed
ed viewed from the front only, as in a
hta- If a -a intra atarta takini

pictures from the sides or the

raar. a lew IICIlll may

rt,.' rh all tha masicinai on

his coming spectacular Insisted that
he be in tha control booth during
samara rahearsil. to make sure

that their livelihood won't go up

in coaxial smoae.

Magicians are a funny crew, une

uiom coming trom ue anaw u

Rene Septembre, a French per

former who specializes in animal
routines. He works with two ducks.

.r.Hit a t a phickm and 20

w. V v. I

doves. And even though these anW

mals have very little to do except
.it thara and fft Dulled Otlt of thin

air, he insists on nsiag the same

hunch. American ducks and doves
won't do.
c. ehrlataihaf ii eurrentlv in

volved in cutting the red tape

(which is hard, even for a magi magician)
cian) magician) that comes op when animals
are brought into the country.
He also has oa his bands The
Great Sorcar's dozens of crates

tlliiaifuia nailM and locked.

There's also' the' ticklish problem
of The Great Sorcar's scenery.
The Indian magician sent- along
his own hand-painted, scenery,

jmn something a big spectacular needs

aw ilA.e at WU4V ui. vatuwa w

scenerv. ChristoDher is sweating

hit that one out.

he

of

daily flights

BARRAKQUIUA TO

f KINGSTON MONTEOO SAY j

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Robert Tavlor"' is one O Hollv-fnrd '.Tanit fiavnor T.ana Ti(rnr.

wooa s most travelled stars. tie natnanne Hepburn, Kosalind itus

nas wprKeo in i-ngiana, ranee, seu, Eleanor barker and many

uaiy and ugypt tor MtiM turn 3. others

recently, he flew to Spain for lo location
cation location scenes in and around Ma

drid for f Tip on 'a Dead Jockey,'

It was at Pomona College, only
few miles from Hollywood, that

Taylor first became interested in
acting, joining the college, dram dramatic
atic dramatic club. He won the leading role

in the school presentation of

Journey s End", durine his third

year and it was in that perform
ance he was "discovered" by M
G-M. ,.--,-v.

tlnwilllng to leave the college
until he graduated, he reported
to the studio the day after he
received his diploma,, and lm
mediately started en intensive
course' in dramatic study.'

A short time later he was cast

in several short subjects. In one.

titled "Buried Loot,") ; he played

tne leading roie and despite u
fact he had a huge, ugly scar a

cross his face for the role, a flood

of mau arrived at the studio, a
short time after the picture was

released asking the name of the

handsome young actor v ; -.Ut

" Since i h en', 'Taylor' has appeared

opposite- the majority of the. top

feminine Stars, including Greta

Garbo, Ava Gardner, Elizabeth

Taylor, Deborah Kerr, Joan Craw

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$131.40,

(CxranfcM ftrm)

ROUND TBI

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KEEPING TRACK -These

uunej iracK waiKers hre doing
their spring "plowing" of tracks
in Rome, Italy, Using tools that
can be rolled along the tracks,
the. walkers clean dirt away to
assure smooth passage of the
city's trolleys.

JuGaafttllch

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tjUl CINTSAl

DUTY

store;

11TH CtNTK

AVINUI. PANAMA

Today Encanto .35 ,20
Judy HolUday in
"SOLID GOLD CADILLAC
. Rhonda Fleming In "',
'Odongo" in: Cinemascope!
Today -IDEAL .25 .15
Rory Calhoun in
. UTAH BLAINE"
Perez prado & His Orch, In 1
"CHA CHA CHA BLUM!"

CAPITOLIO
35c i i i tie.
. THE BOSS i
1 Also:
f
THE
SHARKJflGHTERS
-' in Cinemascope f

TIVOLI
He. tie.'
" THE BE ASS
LEGEM)
- Also:
FIGHT TO ;
HONG KONG

CECILIA;
Jean SerraU In
du Rirrn cntz Les
:;r- -i hemmes
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LES SALArm VONT
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BUN for THE SUN
with R. Widmark
- y "1 Also:
ATTACK
wtth Jack Paiance

VIC TORI A
Ito. i Ue.
COFRT MRTAIV ef
, B. MITCHELL
- '- Also: -.
" SEVr-t MEN
FROM NOW

Showing at Your Seme Center Theatres Today

7:f

DIABLO HTS. 2:30
ette. Davis
( Kim Hunter
"STORM CENTER-

Mon. "The Young Guns

GAMBOA 7:60 -"THE
OPPOSITE SEX"
Tues. "Storm Center -!

GATUN 1:30 7:06
"RUN FOR THE SUN"
Tuesday "Between Heaven
And Hell"

MARGARITA t:30, 6:13, t:U

t Tom Eweu
i jayne Mansfield
."The Girl Can't Help It
Cinemascope Colon -'
Men. "Crime Against Joe, j

CRISTOBAL 1:30 7:00
Air-CondiUoned P-
GreRory Peck -:4- f'
"MOBY DICK"
Color!
Also showing Monday!

S A I f A Air-Conditioned
A L O J A :2:3a 4:30 6:30 8:30

I m ...rt ..r."

1 i

YOUTL ENJOY
' IT MORE BT- -'; o
SEEINO IT FROM
THE BEOINKINOI

' ni: rl : XftSSl : "Also

Monday!

PARAISO :1S 0:46
THE EDDI DCCHlN
STORT"

LA BOCA 7:00
e Sterling Hayden
"THE LAST COMMAND"

SANTA CRl'Z 6:15 6:16
Ann Bhr1den
"COME NEXT SPRING

CAMP BIERD 6:15
"FLIGHT TO
HONG KONG"

8:15

YOU RIDICULOUS CONTRADICTIONS of the Age

oL Reason. was : aDDiYine i.v iittle ioarxi-wrapperi Una-'

ment to the tonsils tne other day, in Joe's Hideaway, ana
wonaenng whetner Red had remembered, to close, tne sea

cocks oi the Uantuta Cab before tne onset ox last weeK-

end's rain. I fear not. I have not seen him for some
days. .". ;

To give you some illustration ;-.or xhe f ar-reachine

nature ul my thougnts, irom wonQering1 wnether the
cantuta cao naa sums or was in maing louowing.nnnars

mat jonn v. carter has a new scrap-ioading jow conung

up, I went ; right on to scientific j consideration of the

iauna of the Canal Zone.

'This is a study to which insufficient' attention has

been given, 1 Some observers have stumbled down Tthe

Cruces Trail, returning with multiple scratches and, a
few notes on jaguars, boas and so forth. 1 .
Their writings come to rest in -. the- unexDiored

reaches of the Canal Zone library, back pi the smooch-

ing stacKs. - ,m

Rightly so. To fiddle around with pumas'. -tapirs and

the like when there is so much better material available
is like doing a story on a house of pleasure and describ describing
ing describing nothing but the wallpaper Much of general interest
is thereby omitted.- , .';

I have for some time been eatheriner'materialTor a

definitive study of the fauna of the Canal Zone, and

herewith present some of the more interstine species l

have identified.

-There are many other species' and sub-species which
it will take scientists of greater patience than I to iden identify,
tify, identify, but for a start we have: ; ,j
" LESSER -ANCON CAVEDWELLER. This is a timid
specimen indeed, and it cannot' be sighted by naturalists
who do not penetrate the deepest fastnesses of the Canal
Zone; All examples so far -identified are female. Distin Distin-guishing"
guishing" Distin-guishing" characterists are a pathetic twitching which
comes '".outer .the.; beast at mention of crossing the Fourth v
of July into Panama. At jthe same time mewing sounds
resembling,' "No?--1 couldn't. I've never been' into Pan-
ama in my life" are emitted. Jt is- on "record that some
examples of this species have been at large on the "Zone
for 20 years or-more without having beenvsighted'with-

iij half a mile of the border. 5 . 1 --

WHITE-HAIRED, TONGUE-TIED BALBOAN. Most

interesting feature of this species is th6 manner inwhlch

it contmues to survive forays into a Panamanian habitat

without being able to; asH even for a drink of water in

the prevailing language..; Considerable-curiosity attaches
to the comparison between how it was able to learn the

rudiments of. English in the first, three or four' years or

us uie, yet nas not picKea up a wpra oi Spanish in 20
or : more i years proximity to the language.. Philologists

are baffled. ' .

QFTEN-SPOTTED OI CLAYTONUS. This is a' fine
animal, r well set up in all respects except' financial. Its

name derives from the frequency by which it .Is spotted

Dy.Mr-svin v atreet. Tnougn.weu awe to forage for it it-self,;;it'
self,;;it' it-self,;;it' has. the' habit of beirie drawn to water holes

featuring juke boxes.? Hunters are therefore advised to
wear 'earplugs when stUdying.this noble creature.

n cBjbDOM-SPOTTED ZONIAN TICKETUS. This rare
but SaDient Isthmian snorlmm im almnct n

f usd with similar .beasts of infinitely less crafty- habits-.
Mark of ; the species is the manner in which it Permits

no -onfe to know, ol its lottery winnings. The Common

Ionian iicKetus or CJommon Zonian Chancer two .com .commonplace
monplace .commonplace specimens amon? which th. fiirinm.Rnntt.ari

Zonian Ticketus often lurks tindiscerned. throw parties
on jucky Sundays, and call their friends. Not so the
Seldom-Spotted Zonian Ticketus. He tries 'to get a Credit
Union loan, as a blind. Best way .of identifying him is
by the speed with which he vanished into the underbrush
at the approach of an Internal Revenue man.
MIRAFLORES TRAPPER, Aa Its- name suggests,

tr c "u" ua"Keruua apecunen is to be round only at

w tf . M 1. V. W&W

world, it spends all day and most of th nitrht frvfno-

(like a -spider with it- web) to trap other beasts oTthe
Zone into falling Into the Jocks. This he does by swing- -tog
the .bridge open just in front of aU cars approaching
from either direcUon,; Despite this anti-social conduct
the Miraflores Ti-apper is reckoned to be a stupid mam mammal,
mal, mammal, because according to studiM r tar aanwi-

not yet been able to trap even one car.

fv,r UWUAQED BRASS. Best place to observe
tola biped is in Central Avenue. It tread the" iidewS f' f'-gingerly.
gingerly. f'-gingerly. Zoologists are now, pretty much agreed that
this nervousness comes frnm Zr,J,Jtz reea ,ina?

is aware of the presence in IhTtoSoity of rnav o
Brass is perturbed Ti u HhSed
otheanimals .3, Sute fflfag SSSSLSZ ;
4H ZONIAN ARTnbilETICUS.i-This is a brimitw
totypefrom which the Seldom-SpoUec I-sStSSS
evolved. It is more common by far tluui notkWe reS
Uyerand can be identified with ease by ita iabit of ahu?
ing at numbers. An unconfirmed report has it that
trie buy the street n uSber Jt M

h. llTZZ LTDa Thlt creature bf sleek "hide de derives
rives derives its name from the Heights on which it w.

cause of this lofty habitat it is sometimes likened to a
mountain goat, but more often to just a goat. There are
many of these In caDtivitv. hMi -,arI

of a rattled coffee cup. 1 .... ,, i.r ...
.1 would be interested in hearing from any feUow
Stio? hTe.an3rthlnK 10 add & ffiy capiSed coj

: PTSRCrs PEERLESS PORTENT is dedicated to the
: 'etal 'which Oatun Uke stood before th dr'sea dr'sea-son
son dr'sea-son broke lart eknd. Th number worrM th- Canal
autbnHM pientv. Now let it worry you for clSS?
you hideoui heap. . ..- ..; nse,

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T.nNT)iW. ; Mav 18 fBISV An somewhere in Britain every other

overseas hoJiday-maKer eyeing we pay.,- ..v...;,.-,. : v ? v
ruch and scurrv of breadwinners Even this, though. i not enough

at indnn's Pirradillv Circus couw 13 Keep pace witn uie erowtn 01

nnt h mnre h ssfui v aetacnea population, cy iaM..n is esumai

from life's hurly-burly than ?; that ed, Britain's children will number

oencilled shaft of lignr in .our bdoui oou.uw more wan ai ores

north-western sky the Arend-Rola ent, , j

- '"'..- ..l'..,.,Jau 0t thA parific District Court of Honor. (L to r):

NEW EAGLE SCOS. 1

j.m-wV. .. ...... fn..nAiftnit hie fflr.nPi Sr. Jib. JUaCUIl A. vju v u f v w

Arthur, Mrs-Aruiur; niue -v photo)

MSct., Clark D. Hinderieidet, -jr.

thur.Fort Clayton, son' Robert k;,

Kobbe nd Mrs. Gaynari,.

comet.

, This unexpected v i s 1 1 e r, so
calm and still (though thoy tell
mo it was proceeding at sever
al million knots), stayed long -nough
within our ken to merit
friendly observations in clubs
and pubs without intruding over overmuch
much overmuch on moro important mun'

. Playing fields are a safety
measure to c keep young peopt
off tho crowded streets. What
Britain's, automobile census will
.reveal by 1964 would bo difficult
to guess, but tho streets will, eer eer-tanly
tanly eer-tanly be no place for ball games.

About 17 ,000,000 motor vehicles

are in use in the United Kingdom

dano attairs or monopolizing me tjday, according to figures just
newspaper headlines. ... 5ssued by the Ministry of Trans-

in laci, me- coniem maue uu p0r w, j

more than sideune news t- outr na(hr mn thi, "tniiiinn

what a lot of worthwhile intern-a.-!,,!,, tnirirs -

are

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NOT FOR CUILTY;CONSCIENCESFolks tip to Sarariacft;

LKe, are wonucriu now mun uius Kiauimca out to t' i?"

town after seeing this tricky marquee sign announcing double;

bill at the Fontiac Tneater mere.

VINTAGE CARS
AND AIRCRAFT

One interesting sign of the times I

gence comes to us in that'catego

ry every week.

In such a bracket, for instance,

was the news that a 'fellow nam

ed Burton, of Mew South ,; Wales.

Australia, has been picking up the j, that autdmobilism now attracts

souna signals .or television i r o m historians, genealogists and r pedi pedi-Bntam,
Bntam, pedi-Bntam, 2,000 miles away. With a gree-hunters -who s e researches
suitable receiver he could have once atopedhort at the stage
tuned in pictures, too. coach ( -v'" -
.' Withoin r oyer Btreasingihel Vtiii'': a a-lmportance
lmportance a-lmportance of this feat, which is mong current, enthusiasms in Brit Brit-due
due Brit-due to. freakish sunspot conditions, ainf, ad thecult received a plea plea-we
we plea-we in Britain do ee. it as lot e gant boost the ther dav swhen a

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LITTLE JOE Gavhart' steals, the show while his daddy, 1st Ltj
.. JorT"i 'JR.' Gayhart, Jr., was receiving the eagle scout medal.

I'wi'' pins ion we mea4 out ai eyes-p.rs n )i tie joe.

Unhappy Light Shed On Happy

Tranquilizers Termed Habit-Forming

shadowing a' time when vision as

well as sound will girdle the whole
Commonwealth,
' is-, ' 1 .r ,-i
WORLD-WIDE GOODWILL r

Meanwhile, at London's Broad

casting House the other dav. I ran

into more "sideline" news of a ve very
ry very real International sound radio

link i

It was the draft, of the ,36th an

nual r Goodwill Mesage which the

children of Wales are' planning to

broadcast to the children of ;the

NEW YORK, May 19 (UP) -An

"imhanmpr lieht" is being thrown

upon the 1'lwppy ptU' meproba meproba-mate
mate meproba-mate which is marketed as -; Mu Mu-tnwn1'
tnwn1' Mu-tnwn1' atid ?'Eauanil.', the Ameri

can Academy of General Practice

i warned Its memDers 4wf

family doctors. 1 . r f,

This "lignr" la we gicww

wnrw r'liimonff meaicai scientists

that people who taKe ii lnaiscrim lnaiscrim-inately
inately lnaiscrim-inately run the the risk of hot being
able to get along without it. The

"light' 'caunot be "reconciled
with earlier statements that,': the
drug in non-addictive," said- t h e

academy
At the same time it mad two.
. disclosures. Ono was that a mtdi
cat' reference is going to say
meirobamate,:"is habit-forming
in tho sons that patients ba
coma- quito dapendant on th

JThe .other ? was t revelation of a
forthcobime scientific, report
which ali indicate Mat Meproba-

mate is not a true f tranquilizer"

like chlorpromazme or reserpine
but a "sedative more like pheno-

barbital which definitely is habit habit-formina..
formina.. habit-formina.. ;l

..This rcnort,vsaid the "academy.

will "sustain the thought that there

is risk of drug dependence or .ot
abstinense syndrome- when, mepro-

bamate is prescribed for prolong prolonged
ed prolonged use by patients suffering from
anxiety,' alcoholism and other e e-motional
motional e-motional behavior states."

It addel that.a Baylor. Unlversi-

fv nnhlicAtinn will "not also that

wunarawai sympwms restless

ness, insomnia, convulsions -may

occur in patients who have been

habituated to high, doses.

The academy's views foiiowea

publication of 1e results of care

fully controlled experiments m ia-.
boratory animals which showed
that menrobamate? in high doses

produced severe' "withdrawal sym-

toms in tne animais wnen

they v were deprived' of it. r

Tho new warning was Doing
prepared at that time and the
two events wore coincidental, al although
though although both, wore roflectivo of a
concern among medical scion
tists lost the public is being ov overly
erly overly "tranuiliied" with drugs.

-

; Such drugs now are reaching

the nubile in enormous amounts

Of the "prescription drugs," they

are second in totaL volume, follow,
ine the antibiotics. Chlorproma

zine and reserpine. are used main

ly un i metal hospital. Metrona.

Ornate i.-ls the principal drug rpre-

SCrlPcu lor liiiu uJi:tjr iwk.

British 1910 "Silber Ghost" Rolls

Royce won the ieauty contest for

vintage cars wJNew York.

now vintage aircraft are in
tho news. 11 -.
The Royar Aeronautical Socio,
ty has boon offered the Gra-hamo-Whit
hangar on : Hondon
Aerodrome,-. London,, one of the
cradles of early British flying,
s an exhibition' hall for a na national
tional national collection' of historic air aircraft.
craft. aircraft. ( ImJ'M

Some of us still Tiavc memories

CAMERA SALE

120 and 35 mm. cameras, well known"
. makes at reduced prices.
A FEW DAYS ONLY
PORRAS, Plaza 5 de Mayo

V

Tne i academy frecailed ithat last

November it had issued a more

general wurning which said, in

Dart; ''Heroin, was at one ume

lauded as non habit forming. Man.

V a morohine substitute has been

released., only to take its toll in

the,: miseryor aoaiuon. me oarDi oarDi-turates
turates oarDi-turates were once considered the

wopder .drugs. ,g ,

''Now. although they are a Val

uable part of our medical arm-

mentanum,' tney nave, createa a
vast social and addictive problem.

tt'ls to be hoped that history does

not repeat itself in the use and a a-buse
buse a-buse of the' ataractic tranquilizing
drugs." i :
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At T r J : j : 1

world. Incorporated every year in.T, ,"ir nt
the British BroadcasUng Corpora- JJM .K kk7n ,m H,i? fflm
tion's Children's House on soundl"ld,'Lsk.?ng.u"p -Tiru015

radio, it is replayed on the short- ""il " '8
wave network? to- practically ev- 1 ,moke went f eight np np-ery
ery np-ery country that, cares to listen ru,:Aa nrt..n,..ww t

The message, I learned, first ori Jf "ffi" ntllrif
tnot i tail nrst decade of the century.

giuuiuu ui, J.st au luaiiuauuii

the part of a Welsh
T rf-t !1 TV...!

n-ev. uwnyn xsavies. i

Welsh EYer the The museum ls delude
weisn minister, tne .eh amnii fioht.i. aiwt

fighter aircraft

and the S.E.5 A.

Ever since .then, even through mZLZZ
out World War II, the Goodwill "JM:
Call has echoed over the ether, and c'

:j25J5jr,?Bd maU W i" ir veteran, Sir AUiott Verdon

The collection will 1 certainly be

Davies died at a ripe old age In vT""

1955, but not before ensuring that 'S fV; flt nrA.

the message would continue in per : vLuT-j

peiuiiy, ,i . ... h nilnt

This year the welsh children, .irr c j..j ,u. u,:

ripJ?L?Ad5wSfr-t all-endosed aircraft anL the

iny oe sirengiueueu 10 prvviue ... .inUna

and. "

world

want.

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SCIENCE SERVED Scenes

Knrnwntinf their me hlevenunta

are illustrated oh these new
French stamps honoring scien-v

1 tists Octave Terrillon, top, crea crea-Jtor
Jtor crea-Jtor of the sterilization, system.

jand Etienne Oehmichen, lower, J

: Daddy was getting bit e a g l e
icouU roedal, but 3-year-old Jot.
Cayhart toie the show last night
at ft. -Luke's Cathedral In Ancon.
Little Jo went right v up to the
front with his father, 1st Lt.. Jo-,
seph Gayhart, Jr., scoutmaster
of Troop 16, end looked up at dad daddy
dy daddy "wide-eyecL while mamma pin pinned
ned pinned on tli medai in front of some
' 200 spectators. Daddy got the hon honors,
ors, honors, but till eyes were oa little
Jpe, who- received a sponatneous
round of applause v ..' .. i
"Why didn't you' stay in "your
seat?" Mrs. Gayfcart asked.
And little, ie said, "Becavse t
didn't want s Daddy to bo : wp

: there ell alone

2, .Balboa Ralph. Glaier, Troop i,
Diablo ll-igbts; Peter G. Smith,
Troep 5; James R. freeman, Jr.,
al1 : TCeor8e Perdue, Troop 16 16-Kobert
Kobert 16-Kobert Lanza and Rnk.pt n..

?"7yATp 17' Fort CUyton,' and
Joel U. Thompson, Troop 7, Cu-

Post S snd. Troop S of the ca cathedral
thedral cathedral were hosts for the court
and Col. Hugh M, Arnold,- chair chairman
man chairman of.-th -Troo'S' committee,
delivered the welcome talk. Lt.
Col. Wallnce. Martelia, district ad ad-vancemert
vancemert ad-vancemert chairman' served as
master of ceremonies and intro introduced
duced introduced as guest of honor 3rig.

vicd. viroree r. acniatier. nw

Three scouts received their Va-;P?,i5.,nt ot Ule Ca.n' Zon

gte medals Friday night at the
Pacific l.Vsmct Court of Honor of
Cinal Zotie Council No, 801, BSA.
a addition to U Gayhart, they
were Pobbert K. Arthur, Post 4,
Cathedral of St Luke, Ancon. and
Ciark D. Hindi rleidpr HL Troop 15,
t ook .ir- once Base, e -
-. ' .'a unit. Is

located at Fort Kobbe and the of 'Baldwin and
. -. i ... w vi uie 8371b Engj-.FrP':hn Cb

eiL Cen. Schlatter is J3 of Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, Caribbean Command.

flanked by massed colors of

the scout troops, the court of hon honor
or honor was seated at a table decorated
with B.S.., colors. Members' of
the coa.t were: Gen.- Schlatter,
CoL Arnold Lt CoL MarteJJo, Rev.

etrrtoa, Kev. Aid e t ten. Rev.

scout executive

ve

i -7 riuon company

at the

iH Troop 7 made a talk to H trowp

Life Scevt Lleyellyn Zent of

mtrmH can hem scout.

am" was feJlewed by Crew
Chief Hennr Lavender, Ship It
of 6ambe, who tallred on the
scout religious award and its
meenins. :

Invocation and beDedictioa Were

pivcn by Kfv. Peterson. A candle

liie essV -medals were present

ed y the-Very Rev. Ma inert 3.
Pcierfoo. cWaa of the cathedraL
Wrs. Jehn l. Arthar end Mrs.
Clark D. t Hinderleider U.TrcoplS,
tne meujA o.i toetr sos. x
Foe Lie Scout ranks were a a-mirrlr
mirrlr a-mirrlr (t bv Bev. Walker M .: Alder-

ton, of Gifbea Vmoe Church, to ni ceremeey conriuaing tne
pavkf J. ThinUp. Post S, P a I meeting w eondurted by Dan
HaroJJ eiw Rolwrt Trahaa, Troop J. Dunlip of Fo 5, and mediia mediia-li
li mediia-li snd ChsrWs Renti, Port 16 mi tee was SKokea by Scout Eecu
Jvobbe.-- "- :rjvefiae.
Ht v. ViU.m.W. Es'.Jvrini of 5ti la chjrtc of .arraneewenf for
A-i.tf ; 7."! r j v the t vl booor ce-f""rty was
r c -ni; J s n i e ' w rri..t:c
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Industry on Parade:
U.N. In Action

7:00 December Bride
T:30 Playhouse of Stare
8:00 Ed SuUivan Show
S 00 Cavalcade of America
:30 Phil Silvan
10:00 Telephone Time
10:30 Camera. Three
11:00 NEWS
11:05 Encore: Amateur Hour.

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WORDS INTO DEEDS, 'l
Something In the crisn m o u n-

tun air of Wales I gambled it a-

Rain only recently on the England

Wales border not only encourag encourages
es encourages noble aspirations but t r a n s s-forms
forms s-forms words into deeds.

North Wales especially Is alive

with young athletes end hill-climb.

ers just now, mainly, drawn from

the ciuties and towns of North

era England.

But Londoners too. ; have been

taking part in great "venture

training" course for- girls in the

wild country .around Wales' high highest
est highest mountain, Snowdon.

City girls encased in life-jack-ets
wore-, shooting the rapids of
the River Dee in canoes when
they were not c I i m b i n g and
ridge-walking. All this in accord
with the purpose of the course
"to help girls to develop talent
powers of leadership, resource resource-fulnes
fulnes resource-fulnes -and self-reliartco."

In time, it is promised. th a t

girls will be given a similar in

centive to the Duke of Edinburgh's
Award .which is opening up new
vistas of adventure for boys all

over Britain in the next few

months..".

Camping, climbing and trekking
are Included, in the teats, but
marks are also scored for prowess

in arts, crafts and science.

Alone with the winners' badges

will be certificates on illuminated

parchment bearing the Duke's sig signature..
nature.. signature.. l -v

At one big camp, in the beautl-'
ful l.al-e District ofthe Enelish

counties of Cumberland and West

morland, training will be supervts

ed by Brig. Sir John Hunt, leader
of the triumphant Commonwealth
Everest expedition.

PLAYGROUNDS FOR ALL.
The Duke of Edinburgh,- by the

rway, is also a moving spirit be

hind the National Playing Fields
Association, and has Just been re reelected
elected reelected President.
The Association's ideal is that
no child in a built-up city a re a
hould have to walk more than a
narter-of-a-mile to find an open
pace to play in.

Although this u sua far from

beinr realized. Lord Luke, the
N.P.F.A. chairman, was able to

tell members recently that during
the past four years a new play-

Uround had come into existence

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port, Free-port, Texas. - :
A September wedding is plan
ncd.

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column should b tubmittad to ;
typa-wrlttt form and ihallad o
tho boa numbar iittad daily to So So-cial
cial So-cial and OtharwlM," or dalivarad
bv Ksnd to tha oHlta. Noticos at
mcatinft cannot ba accaptad bf
tolaphono. I

Madlcal Asaoclation

Meala Tuasdby

The fad.5th meetins of toe Medi

cal Association of the Isthmian Ca

nal Zone will be held. In Ward 17,
Gorgas Hospital, on Tuesday at

p.m. i
The following scientific program

will be presented:

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nSS VIRGINIA DI BELLA Mr. nd Mrs. Charles K. Di
Bella of Cable Heights, Ancon, announce the engagement of
their daughter. Virginia, to Ensign Stanley M. Dore Jr.,
U S.N.R.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Dore of Brooklyn,
New York.
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i THEATRE GUILD ANNUAL PARTY FOR MEMBERS
WILL TAKE PLACE AT WORKSHOP SATURDAY
' Svreatre Guild partiea are always tuu, and ih annual
. meeting: and party planned for members only thu Saturday
shoKld be o exception.
All the preparations to make It a happy occasion are
underway including the: traditional "surprise" entertainment.
' Guild members are asked to write Box 3648 for rsenra-'
tions,

U.S.Ambaaaadoi'
' ,AJxturn From Vacation .,
i u.S. Ambassador and Mrs. Ju-
,V r4ia F Harrington will be- atriong
, the passengera .who 'disembark

' from the Panama Line snip An An-,
, An-, cob at Cristobal tomorrows

Callaway-Danlol
Engagamont
Announced
- -4 Mrs. 3 Cartft Galloway an-
bounced the engagement and ap ap-proaching
proaching ap-proaching marriega of her daugh--ter
Anna. Kathryn Galloway of
.12 Houston, Texas, to Mr. Walter
Patrick Daniel, HI, ton of Mr.
!., ,..

and Mrs. Walter Patrick Daniel,
Jr., of Alvln, Texas.

1 Miss Galloway is a graduate of

Balboa High School,-class of '32.
She attended Millsaba Colics In

Jackson, Mississippi for two years

ana received ner bachelor of Busi Business
ness Business Administration defree at the
University ot Texas, in June. 195ft.
She is presently employed with

the Tennessee Gas Transmission i

Company in Houston. Texas.

Mr. Daanlel received his Bache Bachelor
lor Bachelor of Science degree la Mecha

nical Engineering at the Universi

ty of Texa in June 1955 and is

now a Research Engineer with

"Treatment of Tetanus," by

Kourany, Gorgas Hospital

Dr.
An-

CARNAVALITO:

SATURDAY

MAY 24 11
f :30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.

MAY 31, JUNE 1
2:00 p.m. 11:30 p.m.

CURUNDU CLUBHOUSE and ANNEX
FREEi DANCING and FLOOR SHOW
GAMES 6f CHANCE ind AMUSEMENT
DOOR PRIZES

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con, Ancon. c. a.
'A buffet dinner preeded by re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served at 7
p.m. .- ; ; t'
Pacific Navy Wvo
Moot TomorroW
Pacific Navy Wives' Club will
hold their monthly business meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. The
meeting will be held at the Coco Coco-U
U Coco-U Clubhouse.
An election will be held for new

nffireri cu all members are urg

ed to attend. Reservations for. the

trip to the Gamboa, Penitentiary
can be made at this time also,

Pat Worgan , .a .a-Garden
Garden .a-Garden Club Club-A
A Club-A rurial meeting 01 the Fat

Morgan Garden Club will be held
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m at the
Rainbow City Study Hall.

All members are asitea to at

tend. V

Temporary Insanity

Psychiafrisf Avers
rmrino. YtTPV-A osychiatrlst

and a lawyer asserted xoaay inai
lawf covering temporary insanity
re "ridiculous" and, should be
revised.'
Dr. Leo L. Orenstein of Ney York
Nniversity and Bellevue Medical
Center, and attorney Alfred Weiss-

tein discussed "Temporary Insanity
As A Defense" at the 113th annual
meeting of the American Psychia Psychiatric
tric Psychiatric Association.

CAROLYN VOORTME YER

modeLs a Dink and white striped

swim suit with a pink terry robe
designed by Donree Enterprises
of Panama at a recent showing
of- fashions executed by this
new company

Marie McDonald's
Night Club Debut
Has 'Elegant. Sex

RENO, Nev. (UP)-The Body
McDonald made her night club de

but: at the Mapes Hotel Thursday

nigtn in a liesn-coiorea, 'beaded

chiffon evening own designed to
"out Dietrich" the famed dress
worn by Majrlene Dietrich., .

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Hypnosis Can UsliQ You Ccnllfu!
Cfcfms Psycholoclst-Bcnuticicn

1 NEW YORK, May 18 (UP) A lisch. "And what we feel ind
psychologist says beauty is more think is what we are.; -' -than
skin deep. Sometimes it is so "Women, want to feel young
buried,, it takes hypnosis to bring What is beauty- anyway, but aeren aeren-A
A aeren-A out ity, harmony and happiness?"
Jhe man is John Kolisch, a pro-- "We know we -can help a person
ressional hypnotist introducing control weight by suggesting hyp hyp-something
something hyp-something new m the beauty sa- nosis; make ? a person blush or
lOn bUSineaS. Knlifh il nctnir tha tnr' mla lwiVnnii.J .imii

mental approach in trying to im-lows that we can make a woman
prove the physical appearance of feel young, act and look younger
customers at Larry Mathews' all-i Before all of us rush Ito tr? th
nient beauty ihon in Timi h

oquare. , nf wartlina Knlirh Ant't n.

v ,, .-..'- 'lis miracles. .
JWOIlSCb said he riovn't 0iiBrft.1 "Cnm. rrjnM.. jr

, BHH. wvui r, luniks uj u9DDar
..eeJ.cult,omers..wh.cnoe to come with a change in woman's think-.

MARGARITA' LINARES shows

a pink cotton afternoon dress,

rtfisin-nfirt nv nonrwi Enteruus-

es at an O Jen Hou3 tiven last

week to Introduce 'their fash

ions to local buyers.

Persuasion

Wms Grand Prize
At Film Festival t

CANNES, France" (UP)- The A-

mencan film nenaiy persua

sion" was awarded the "Gold

Palm" gra.(d prize tonight at the

10th annual Cannes Jfiim- estivai.

It marked the second time in

three years that a Hollywood film
wnn the ton award here "Marty

The low-cut dress was one of took the prize In 1955.

r-rienuy. persuasion," aireci-

a

five specially designed for the act
which Miss McDonald described

as showing "elegant sex." She said

the wardrobe was valued at $23,-

Her singing- act Included a med:
ley of, songs entitled "Around the

ed bv William Wvler. received

mixed reception from critics here.

World In Eight Minutes" which

she sang in Japanese, Yiddish,
Italian, French and English.

ELIZABETH McNULTY -wears
a novel' basket hat with pocket
book attached to the crown, a
red swim suit and apple green
harern-stvla terry sku l. In the

background Mrs. Eiicl Winskjy

of Ft. Kobbe tones trus ais ais-play.
play. ais-play. of iasbiQ'.u to .Doiuee -)!
Panama

under his SDell will walk- wi.

l uu'.. -i.

je .i?aoetn Taylor or Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe,. .
tMluUn ji live y what we
tninK' said the Vienna-born Ko-

ing," he insisted. "But ther r-

lines which have formed and art
physical.,.., .these will remain, I
only help a woman happily Veri
look them."

Fake Charity Promoters'. Fleece

Gullible Givers of $150 Milli

ion

Haggard Fugitive
Will Return To LA
To Face Murder Rap

By LOUIS Catteli
Washington (TUPlFaki enarit.

promoters are fleecing guillible

s.ve.a U1 auoui isu muuon dollars

That's enough mnnev f holt

Red Crofs out of. its financial cri-
Sl.. tO put the .heart, raneer ind

rolio drives over the top... to pro provide
vide provide hundreds nf anmmo Mmni

tot. undeiirivileged children. t
, These and other causes which
want more public support are

among u.e vicums of charity rack

cieci s wno pocicei aoout 3 ner

cent ot America's total contrihn

lions to DnilanthrODV. arnnrrfiner

.1 n- n - s

w me oilier business bureau. ;
The bureau, which ha

fices in more than 100 major cit

ies. 13 liiftijiiE. uie lean in an af-

fort to teach Americana hnw to

maxe sure mat tneir contributions
go to legitimate charities instead

TWTnr.TT fTIPA tiAOOard-lnnk

ing L, Ewing Scott agred in cour i heartless parasites who prey

They said the proof of tempo temporary
rary temporary insanity should lie In demon-
trtin0 that the liefendant'a "effo

functioning'.' was impaired to the

point that his judment, percep perception
tion perception snd self-control were affect

ed. :-
The provision tequiring court
approval for the release of a for former
mer former defendant from a medical
institution is "ridiculous," they
said. j

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vesterdav to return to California

inmediately to face the charges of

murdering his wife and steaung

part ot her $600,000 fortune.

Scott, who only two days -ago

faked an illness in his jail cell,

appeared with his attorney -.Gabriel
Cohn, before Judge Miles N. Cu-

lehan. '

Scott said he wanted to wave ex

tradition and return to Los Ange

les without waiting "for the expira expiration
tion expiration of his 20-day grace, period on

the extradition order of Gov, G.

Mennen, Williams. Culehan had
given Scott until May .28. to, return
under this order.'. Scott is charged
with the murder ?of his third wife,
Evelyn, yThroshy Scott, who was
f3 when she disappeared from her
home in the wealthy. Los Angeles

suburb of Bell-Aire in May 1955. He j

ja aiso cnargea wun stealing ner
funds and writing forged checks
on her bank accounts;

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on man s desire to help the un

Edwarc" (. Merirardi vW' i!

ident of the bureau, -said one of

their. existence tends to make
Americans cynical about all chari

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' "No One Should atnn mvina in

chanty just because

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said.. ,")f: you' give : inteUigently,
none of ? your money will be
wasteoi t'.J' -' :
The basic tt tni lntili,

giving, Mergardt said, is to "know
the cause you're suDDortine." if

an appeai sounds worthy, but the
sponsoring organization Is unfa

miliar to. you., mvesticate befnr

Teaching for your checkbook.

; une easy way to mvestigate Is
to write or teleohone tho nart

Better Easiness Bureau. The bur

eau tooks into every new aolleita.

tion that is called to iX altenion,

f can usually give promp, ad-'

- -,
-tire of solicitors, who call by
telephone. five you a tear-jerking ;
spiel, and offer to send a colleo
tion agea to your home of office
right away. This is a favorite
techniq. 4 ot racketeers. If you
get such at elenhnn rail inic

that, the "chanty"-send vou full

.r. r.-.5 .. .. ,. .'": f" w l"

details by mail,' ;
- Many promoters, wha are con conducting,
ducting, conducting, purely 4 fraudulent opera operations,
tions, operations, wi'l balk at outtinp anv

their ales talk in writing, or
sending it through the mails, TJiey
know thtt this exposes them to
prosecution for .mail fraud or for
obtaining money under false pre pretenses.
tenses. pretenses. , -V a S v

Some Use Malls f
But you can't assum that m

appeal is worthy ; just because it
comes to you through the mails.
Some of the biggest racketeers op operate
erate operate on ri national basi- with

mail solicitations. V Their1 .letter

head? often bear, names deceptive

ly similar to those of reputable
organizaions. 1

Some of these outfits manae-e

to avoid fraud nrosecution bv ac

tually turning over part of their

lane to rne cnanty iney ournort

to Teprer-ent, while pocketing thou- &
sands, of dollars as "promotional

expense" f-.

:! : j' ;. 'i;.'. i ..
Mercatdt said one "of the srinv

micks currently in vogue is mail

in g out unordered merchandise,
The merchandise may be religious
articles, or some trinket. Usually
the recipient is told that his re remittance
mittance remittance will help-to support some
needy cause.-;;: .;. jt
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Many Americans fall for his

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andise, merchandise, or co4o the trouble of re

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SUKDAT, MAYU. 1957
THE STTNDAT AMEBICAH,
1
PAGE FIT

Sbtial and Otherwise

"' '
Mitt Oi Ha .
koceme Enoafod j
To Sittign Dere
Mr and Mr.-Chrle K. Di Bel Belli
li Belli -of JCable Height, Ancon,-, an an-"
" an-" nounce the engagement of their
"W Uuirhl VMrnlnL tn F.nfftafl Stall-

ley M. Pore Jr U.S.N.R son of

'dokhnutJ

Jhe following members of the
committee will take reservations
Mrs. Carmen F. JSnder, Colon 894,
Mis Carmen Calonge Colon 667,
Mrs. Maria Hughes, Colon 40 and
Mrs. Aurita Ducruet Colon 16Q4
and Til B.

Brooklyn, .dew xow.
Miss Tii Rll is a cradua

, Balboa High School and is at pres
' s nt attending the Canal Zone Jun

ior College. Ensign wore is grau grau-l,
l, grau-l, t'aU of Mt. Lebanon High School,

Pittsburgh Penn. and renn. aiaie
itJniveratfv. where he was mem member
ber member el the Alpha Tau Omega, fra fraternity.'
ternity.' fraternity.' He is attached to the
, Staff it the Commandant of the
!J5th' Naval District. .. ;
Jfy August wedding is planned.
Variety Shew' Night ' "
?T,he. monthly Variety 'N I gjh t
- j, the.'USO JWB
( Armed J'orcM Service Center will
.: v4 i.0Mat beginning;- at 8
(plock'1""""'' 1 f-' '
The program features local well-kaownandhttle-known
talent. The
String Basters and the Tropical
T..r .fk u of music mak

t rs whos popularity in past Va Va-.i.i
.i.i Va-.i.i Nioi.ii hv made it almost

r, we.ntyory that, they return for
J repeat-performances. In addition,
V ..." ...... .... . AVMAlldni- J tal-

'. ine liiiiennow uui vi.
Mts Vf Mi Vena Bennett, voeal voeal-iat,
iat, voeal-iat, Don Handel, jaw progression
1 pianist, $nd Bill Hele, harmonls harmonls-lst,
lst, harmonls-lst, will te revealed. .-
r. vtiArin-' ", th-rf Iftr entertain-

' iwent, highlights of the 1955 Or-

' inge Bov.'l footnau uame in cv cv-;
; cv-; lor will be presented on film for

th KDorti minded. -

,VC Servicemen, their", dependens,
' ind tksr general puhlic of the Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' eal .Sone and the RepubUc -of P P-'
' P-' Aema : are eordially invited to at at-;
; at-; Midi Sunday night's performance.
Afuhw" AtsMlatleit i
, 6 $1. Mary'e Aadtmy,
Flan ai Dance

inn Alumna Association
Mary's Academy are planning a,
VnK.t' 4fiia ti v th" Stranaers'

" Club Saturday June 15.
V.Tfc partv la for members, nus-
' Tiands. and friends. "

v The1 charge wiU be $1.50- per

ik. h,k wtPMMi'rill in their

reservation as soon as possiDie.

I.. 4"'

n Datl&nar

aduate of Give Open House

To new aryita

Snma viifnr frnm Pinnrri and

the Canal Zone joined buyera at

an upen House given oy uom

ntrnniu. or Kinami last ween.

. This new company is organized

tnr th nnroose ui nroducmic nisn-

fashion ladies wear at popular

irices. Every stage of production,
Vnm inilial riiiftninff ta the last

finishing details will be carried

out here in Manama..

TTachlnn rtoaltrrtfer Rpne Misteli of

Paris is responsible for the origin original
al original design, of the clothes, worn by
local models at lhe showing. te.

iMargaret linares end Elizabeth

McNulty t ranama ana vj
Voortmeyer of Ft. Clayton.

US Studies Spsech
ByP6tandrsGomulka

For Policy Changes

wActinsjnTfkM ... rtTPU.lT.8.' offi-

clals today studied an important
t PnianrT Communist

bccv. ------a.

leader' wiaaysiaw uwium-w

ICLUliUV nireww t

American policy -towara roianu

may be necessary.

TK' antitltr Mtilrt t here WS

that th speech itself doe not
call for any policy charge. But
ni -4nimnt urn reserved vend

ing receipt of full text of the

six-nour speecn, ana reun- w
Communist Central Committee

meeting in Warsaw

tI..J the tTnil TifafM ir

in the final stages of negotiating
a 95 million" dollar American aid

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3
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Mrs. Eisenhower

FoYofs! Prints

For Summer
i 'FW VORTf Mav 18 fUPWThe

nation's first lady has turned to
prints-ion -additions -to-her-reum

mpr wflrnrnhp u

Mollie Parni' the New York

rioainnpf smrl Mrs Fi(nhnwcr

preferred : small patterij. Typical
of "her purchases is a dress and
jacket combination with 'smal
white, daisies-on a hlark hank-

Jeround. u

.Mr; Eisenhower also has order-
pd A' fpw rntfnna i with lnui i .pnnl

neckline -and short sleeves.-' AH

are with full or gored skirt. VShe
dnpsn't lllra tha thnath 11M

Miss Farms. "And she doesn't buy

wnoie new wararoDe earn season.
Mrs. Eisenhower just fills -,in as
needed . She : doesn't waste
clothes." i ; r ? i t

5

MISS ANNA KATHRYN GAtLOWAY, whose engagement to
Mr Walter Patrick: Daniel III is anonunted.' Miss Galloway la
the" daughter of Mrs. J. Carre Galloway, of Balboa and the
. .' late Mr. Galloway.

began to Febrary after the Eisen-t k i j n
hower r administration found : it fAII-rurpOe

wouia oe in mis cuuiiuy a uebu in interests
terests interests to give' Poland an econom economic
ic economic shot-in-the-arm.
Thir decisi6n followed Poland's
moves last fall to loosen its, once once-firm
firm once-firm tie to Moscow. Any drastic
twitch now in Polish policy, there therefore,;
fore,; therefore,; undoubtedly 7 .would 'bring
about a similar adjustment in
American policy i

Officals said there was no sin

agreement. These negotiations' criticism-of the Soviet ytem.

Form-Fitting
Frock In Future

NEW YOUR1 TP.FhInii nf

tne niiure note: ruty years hence,
tit mli mn own una rtrpK ai

an all-purpose costume, eliminat

ing the need for wearing giraie ana
fither nnderanDBrel. Desiener Adele

Simnson has put together such a

carment. made of a new elasti-

Gomulka had retreated from his cized fabric. "The fabric is body

COmorilUDI, iiiia. ouuovu vv.i vv.i-"R..
"R.. vv.i-"R.. t fionrpa SO vpars hence.

most women will have uch good

fieures thev can wear ,lt .wnai

with all the vitamins we eat exer
rise we get.'

fimviAiia nnaltinn' that, a dlttincUV

Polish road to socialism could be
followed as oppossed to a distinctly
Soviet road. He stopped shot of

following v Yugoslavia's an oui

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sefiora.' The girls' orphanage will benefit by the proceeds Chichi will o i to w
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thy Woodruff.

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Sjpatose, Gouvernant,
"vadir In Wide Open
$650 One Mile Race

31

Nine horses are scheduled to match strides in

:th wide open $650 one mile "Fedecame" Handicap
"for; third and fourth series imported thoroughbreds
ihii Afternoon at the President Remon racetrack.

t

rThe main event is beine held in honor oi tne

approximately 250 delegates to the tenth congress
Jf the Federation of Coffee Growers of America

Fedecame) which is being held at present m ran ran-i
i ran-i ajna City. The delegates and their wives will be the

guests of the track management toflay

'i 'nini1nt and Minuendo, third
1 and fourth respectively in the re re-i
i re-i cfcnt, President's Classic, shape up
t an the prospective mutuels favor-
f Vft. Howev-er, comatose, turn
5 Kadi and Gouvernant all rate
i f ; n n i na n H
A rpUU n H 1 u i lift
I iftould be well backed in the bet-
tthe:
The
clastic ene-mue oiint
U iutt rioht for Opulenre
which
will' be starting from the advan advantageous
tageous advantageous No. 1 slot in this in in-stance.
stance. in-stance. Jockey Alejandro Ycaia
fchould bo able to get Opulento
to the first turn on top then put
i tiis oarly speed to good use.
" 'The consistent Kadir, in the mon mon-ejt
ejt mon-ejt his last five times out, should
b ia the thick of it throughout. He
dropped, an eyelash decision to
Blakemre, over one mile and an
eighth i-i53 3-5 his last time out.
Jbrge PIfilfips replaces Virgilio
Castillo aboard Antonio s k i 1 d d-fcn's
fcn's d-fcn's star;
iMinuend will be ndden by hust hustling
ling hustling Chilean jockey Fernando Alva Alvarez.
rez. Alvarez. ,The nrlotir starting Minuendo
tny just "get going early. .enough
Ui race borne a winner.
t ".Comatose," down in class after
several heartbreaking losses a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the track's top class hors horses,
es, horses, could find this the right spot to
get back On the winning beam.
Rubgn Vasquez will guide the
Stud'Chitr sprinter.

2. To see a really sensational
IPROFESIOHAL TElllflS TOURNAMENT

Starring four masters of the racquet

4 in thrilling singles
El

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PANQIO SEGURA
DINNY PAILS
KEN ROSEWALL

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Grandstand seats
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CRfSTOBAL 2121

King, now enjoying his best
form, could return a longshot
winner here; Braulio Baeza will
ride Isaac' "Maestro" Custines'
bread-winner.

Newcomer Gouvernant', a big
disappointment his second time
out after an unsually impressive
debut, is a question mark here1.
This huskv Chilean horse is a rat
ed a topnotch sprinter but has
been entered for $7,500 one mile
and-one-eighth General Remon
Classic which will be run June 2
Maybe his handlers have some
thine ud their sleeve. Cnstian Re
bolledo will be in Gouvernant's
saddle.
I'avinelto (Amado Credidio),
Paquiro (Gilberto Vasquez) and
Alhajar (Aurelio Mena) complete
the nine-horse field.
Racetrack Tips
Bv CONRADO
1 Fellao Arpagio
2 Empire Cross (e) Mar Bravo
3 Tanara
Tineia At)
Jal Alal e)
4 Wlnsaba
5 Lady Edna
6 Hablando
7 Melrose
g Sandokan (e)
9 Opulento
RiquJ
Trirreme
Arrabalero
Don Gran
Minuendo
10 Posiblement
Crews Hill
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Mays, Gomez Star.

Hand Cincinnati 6

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P.' Her Jockey
1st Race 6th Series Imp, T Fg.
FIRST RACE OF
3Pinlno

D. Cortex 105 -Could get up here
F. Alvarez 115 Usually beats these.,
H- Ruiz 100 Has shown nothing, 4'
r. M. Bravo 105 Bad legs hamper -B.
Baeza 110 In think of it
C. Ruiz 115'; Way down in -class
E. Darlo 10Q. --Should be' close upV

2 Rada
;3 Tropico
4 Aiminar
5 Arpegio :
6 Feilac
7 JDhoya
!
2nd Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fgs.
2ND RACK UF
1 Cypress Bull F. Hidalgo il2
2 The Gipsy F. Gatica. 108
3 Mio Cid A. Vasquez 112
4 Mar Bravo B. Baeza 106
5 (Empire Cross B. Agui. lls
'ftEdlth Plaf G. Vasquez 102x
Srd Race "E"
Natives 7 Fgs,
ONE
1 Tanara
2 Ika
3 Jachalin
4 Sober ano
Alvarea
E. Dario100
G. Ramos' 97
F. Gatica 113
D.' Cortea 110
5 Mlml
6 (Tineia
" R. Cristian 113
7 (Francisquito J. Rodri. 115

4th Race Hla. H2a. Nat. Esp. F.Purse S27S
QUINIELA

1 Chepanlta
2 El Profesor
3 Winsaba
4 Tacera
5 (Jal Alal
6 (Currita
J. M. Bravo 115
A.- Ycaza 110
A. Vasauez 115
E. Dario 115
G. Sanchez 112
B. Baeza 105
' 5th Race "B" Natives 6 Fgs-
;1 Lady Edna
2 Riqui
3 Joe
4 (Radical
6 (YosiklU
6-Tully Bar,
F. Alvarez 115
F. Hidalgo 108
G. Vasquez 100?
B. Baeza 106
J. M. Bravo 105
R. cristian 114
Sth Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
' FIRST RACE OF
1 llkblando T. Alvarez 126
2 Grand Finish R Vs.. ll8
3 Trirreme to. Cortes 118'
. 4 A4one Maker A. Ycaza 110.
'5 Tiburon F. Gatica 106
. Golden? Corn J. Phillips 110
7th Race 6th Series Imp. 1 Fgs.
-. f 2ND RACK OF
l-Arrabaler.:RL Vasquez 112
2 Venganza H. Rula 105
3 Wedette E. Dario. 106
4 Grimllda S. Hernandez 107X
5 Escorial B. Baeza 110
6 Melrose :" G. Sanchez 113
7 (Manandoagua D. Cor. 110
84-tFifiUr F. Alvarea 113
8th Race "Hla." Natives 5 Fg

I ,. QUINIELA
lFrijolito B. Aguirre 113 Promising colt
2 Certamen a. Vasquez 115 Dangerous this time
.3 Golden Bound H. Ruiz; 105 Good early speed
4 Avisna G. Sanchez 113 Longshot possibility

45 Full Moon S. Hernandei 105x
6 Don-Grau A. Ycaza 120
7 (Sandokan R. Vasquez 113
8 (Enganoso G. Vasquez 105x
9th Race 3rd and 4th Series Imp.
8 Fgs.
1 Opulento
2 Paquiro
3 Kin

A. Ycaza 115 Horse to beat here -G.
Vasquez 112x Not in best form
B. Baeza 110 Doesn't seem likely

4 Gouvernant R. Cristian 110
5 Kadir J. Phillips 113
6 Alhajar A. Mena 118
7 Comatose R. Vasquez 120
8 Minuendo
9 Pavlnetto
F. Alvarez 112
A. Credldlo 110
lth Race 5th Series Imp. Pg
1 C. McCarthy & Agulrre 113
2 Crews Hill F. Alvares 115
3 Chivillngo H. RuU 110
4 Poslblemente R. CrU. lis
5 Embrujada .A. Vasques 112
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SCOTCH WHISKY

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V

NCCNALS NUN UMfTlfll

-r ,044
Fool Closet 1:00
Pnrse MOO,
THE, DOUBLE
0-1
2-1
30-1
20-1
2-1
2-1
I".
Purse 650 t
Poo) Closes 1:30
1UA UUVUUU :
i In Suspense-Aetheltee
Reportedly improved
Has good workouts
No. 1 contender .
-Should beat these ,( ; y
Improving ; steadily
5-1
4-1
( 8-1
r 2-1
EVEN
EVEN
Purse, S2?5
Pool Closes 2:03
TWO
Better this week
2-2
50-1
50-1
' 4-1
3-
EVEN
EVEN
Must go lower
Same thing here
Classy little colt
Could be upsetter
Enjoying best form
Will help entrymate
Fool Closes 2:35
Trailer for months J-l
Good early speed 4-1
Should beat these- EVEN
Ran well in last 2-1
Dangerous contender 3-2
Early speed only 3-2
Purse 1350
Poor Closes 3:05
Form indicates
Should be runnerup
Lacks early speed ..
Best early foot
r Sbould be close up
Excluded from betting
EVEN
3-1
' 10-1
3-1
2-X
xxxx
Purse $409; Pool Closet 3:45
THE DOUBLE
Should score again c 3-2
J No l contender - 2-1
Has strong -finis 3-2
Usually close up 4-1
Last doesn't' count 4-1
Breaks in favor here 3-1
Punse 40O ' Pool Close
4:20
2- 1
81
41
15-1
3- 1
2- 1
3- 1
3-1
THE DOUBLE
Long overdue
Returns from 'layoff
Will score soon
Early speed only;
Serious effort here
Could take it all
Must Improve more
Reportedly ready
Purse 275
Pool Closes 1:55
3- 1
4- 1
5- 1
10-1
8-1
2-1
405
4-5
Early speed only
win fignt u out
Should score again
Still a bit green
Parse 650 Pool Closes 5:30
ONE TWO
2-1
15-1
10-1
Must improve more
Will fight it out
Nothing in months-
Dangerous all the way
4-1
3-1
30-1
5-2
2-1
10-1
Sharpening for classic
Surprises st times
Purse S569 Pool, Closes :N
Last doesn't count ;f; ; -, 4-1
Distance to liking J f
Ran well last time -, 4-1
Closed strongly last ', .3-1
Still question mark ,t .. V
CU2E:

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As Giants

3
BY FRED' DOWN
NEW YORK, May 18 (UP)
Willie Mays staged a dazzling
disnlav of. power and speed and
Ruben Gomez Supplied a' lesson
in the art, of pitching today to
spark the New York Giants to
a 8-3 victory over the uincin
natl Redlegs that cut the losers
National: League lead to a half
game. , , ;
Maya blasted a two-run
homer that produced a 4-2
New York lead in the fourth
Inning and stole four bases-'
swiping second and third
twice after singles while Go Gomes
mes Gomes limited the Redlegs to,
six hits to become the Maj Majors'
ors' Majors' first six-game winner of
the season. Ironically, Gomes
was snpposed to be headed for
Cincinnati in a trade during
the winter. v
The Milwaukee Braves defeat-.
ed the. Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5,
and the Philadelphia Phillies
downed the St. Louis Cardinals
-a, in the ,s other:' .National
League game. Brooklyn at Chi
cago was rained outIniAmer.
lean League davlleht earnest.
the Detroit Tigers, shaded the
New York Yankees 2-1. the
Cleveland Indians routed the
Washington Senators, 8-1; -and
the Kansas City Atheltics beat
tne Boston Red sox, 7-5.
Hank Aaron whacked two
home runs as the Braves whip
ped the Pirates 6-5 in 45-degree
weatner. Aaron ; also had a
single to raise his batting
average to .378 ahd his two
homers gave him the Major,
League lead with 11.
Granny Hamner knocked In
three runs and Stan Lopata
drove in : two as the Phillies
.increased their lead over the
Cardinals to 2 games In the
battle lor fourth place.
Second-string; catcher' Red
Wilson, who replaced injured
starter r Frank s House in the
seventh; Inning, singled home
the winning ) in the ninth
Inning for Detroit and hand
ed Bon Larsen his first defeat
Al Kaiine opened the' inning
with s .single and took sec second
ond second en" Yogi terra's passed
bair. AI Aber won his second
game for Detroit.
x no Indiana- scored' ; their
nlntti victory. In the ;ias" 10
games with a : 13-hlt attack1 In
wxuca umco. uarasquel and Ken
Kuhn drove in two .runs each
and Jim Busby homered. Cal
McLlsh, -who took: over In the
third after Mike, GarcU ag
gravated : a leg In j ury pitched
shoutou ball the rest of the
way to pick up his setond
triumph. The Senators Jlrst
inning run was the first the
Senators scored, in two years of
Garcia, who shut them out four
straight' time last year.
Gus Zernial blasted a run-
producing double In the first
Ining and a-three-run homer In
the fifth ; to pave the way for
Kansas City's decisive-win over
the Red Sox.
Chicago was at; Baltimore in
the only night game.

Licking

THE BiELLA VISTAljTHEATn
TO FRI.: "THE DEEP BLUE
:Td:lTUt&:E"TH

1

The BELLA VISTA THEATRE offers yoe for this com coming
ing coming weekend a nwt dWinraUbed booking. From Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to Friday, THE DLIP BLUE SEA" Aaatole Litvak's
brilliant pro4 action starring Vtriaa Leigh and Kenneth
More. Powerful and memorable adult love drama, THE
DEEP BLUE SEA" brinrt n back the one and only Tirlaa
Leigh In a role penetratingly written and characterised, a
triumph In sheer artbrtrr.
From Saturday to Toesdiy, 'THE TRUE STOKY OF
JESSE JAMES," a violent hard-hitting drama ef the 'James

UTIiiilJil.t tAli.-h.vi

Al Ctislob:!
Tabbed Itsgs Sccceis
Cristobal High's fourth annual
gymnastic exhibition. under the
direction of coach Paul 'Moser,
was tabbed a complete success
Thursday afternoon at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal gymnasium. . 1 -Each
year, since the inaugura
tion of the Atlantic side event
four years ago. this gym exhibit
has Increased in popularity and
in quauiy.
Thursday afternoon the Gvm-
nastle team performed for- ihe
e 1 e me n tary school students.
Teachers and other ; adult on- i
lookers helped fill the Cristobal
gym to capacity an dafter it was
all over, coach Moser was recelv
lng the plaudits of all that at
tended. The 1957 gymnastic team
was captained by "Butch" Hall
ana consisted or nine wen-coordinated
lads who -went through
their acts wtihout a single flaw.
' In addition to Hall, the team
consisted of Rankin. Hause. Wil
liams, Lastiner. Kulig,, Woodruff,
Irving, Blevlng, Geddea and Mcr-
Gaughey. The ..afternoon pro
gram that begun at 1:15. fea
tured gymnastic acts on the side
horse and sorinaboard. flvme
rings, parallel oars, norizomai
bar, and tumbling.: Nine hand-
balancing teams wound up the
afternoon.
Ohe of the most interesting
highlights of the afternoon's ac
tivities and the act that went
over particularly well with the
youngsters from e 1 e m entary
school, was the clown act. Moser
and Billy Rankin went through a
performance that kept' the1 stu students,
dents, students, roaring with laughter and
won nign praise from: the adults
that attended.
The success of the 1957 vro-
nastic exhibition has put Moser
under pressure to t present his
team in an evening; display that
- I J 1 1 I 1 1 mv 1
have yet been formulated, but if
and when they do, a large crowd
can ce expacfed to enjoy these
Field & Stream
By JOE STETSON
v: Dor Editor
We've had' the German short-
hair and drahthaar nolnters. the
Weimaraner,1 the : wirehaired
pointing griffon,- the Hungarian
Vlzia, and the Italian spinone
This new one. from France is
tne oraaue Q'Auvergne, a noint
ing dog oulte similar to the Ger
man snortnalr, though its mark-'
?wgs are black on white, wnere-
as most shorthalrs are Jiver or
liver and white:
A bit heavier an dreiatlvely
slower going, It Is close-ranging
dog, designed for the gentle
man whose territory is. restricted
or energy limited.
In addition to aancient heri heritage
tage heritage it Is said to be a steady dog
of even temperament and intelli intelligent
gent intelligent demeanor, of modest ransre
and Ipeed and capable of being
easily trained for mixed game.
its xatuer-inan-pointer tissue
makes it mora logical than the
English pointer lor water work.
Tne usual rate of a newly in
troduced breed is -to either be
promoted promiscuously until a
hoard of unequipped owners ere
ate a breeding fiasco with v its
resultant mass of inferior speci
mens, or a prolonged indiffer
ence -wrucn is lust as deadly to
the few who sponsor the breeds'
introduction. -, ,
The braque d'Auvergnt : has
been well known for its prowess
as an easily-trained, all-around
gun dosr for the last : century.
during the latter part of which
it has had the support of an ac
tive breed club in France and
recognition by the French equiv equivalent
alent equivalent of the American : Kennel
Club. .: .,.;.''; 5vv -'J

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. : Editor: CONRADO -SARCEANT ..
J : i : JLs."

f NATIONAL:' LFARTT
learns j W L Pet.
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
St. Louis
New York ...
Pittsburgh
Chicago rt
f i
. TODAY'S GAMES
' Brooklyn at Milwaukee 1
; New York at Milwaukee
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2)
' Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 003 002 1107 12 Tl
St. Louis 010 111 001-6 112
j Slmmona (3-1) and Lopata;
Mizell, Schmidt 1)( Merrltt (5),
Davis (7),Wllhelm 7 and H.
Smith. LP; Merrltt (1-1).
New York j- OlO 300 011 8 14 ; 0
Cincinnati : 020 000 1003 6 0
oomez (6-1) and Katt; Nux Nux-hall.
hall. Nux-hall. Fowler (4),- Freeman (9)
and Burgess. LP:- Nuxhall (1-1);
HR's; Mays (4), Crowe (6V
Pittsburgh; 100 308 loo 511- 2
Milwaukee 201 300 OOx 6 8 ft
, . - v
Law, Smith (4), Face (6), King
(8) and Foiles; Spahn,5 Burdette
(5) and Crandall. WP: Burdette
(5-2). LP:, Smith (0-1K HR's:
Freese (1), Aaron 2 (10 and 11).
Brooklyn at Chicag 7, ,- ; ? 1
ifostponed, rain)" - v v

19 9 ..679
t ..18 9 .667 iz
. V15 10 ,600 2i2
-.16 12 .571 1
13 14 ,481 51,
, 12 17 -, .414- 8y2
. 8 19 ,296 10
-7 18 .280 i2

Bold Ruler Scores 2-Lenqth
Victory In Pfeakness Stabs-

Iron Liege Finishes Second

BjatlMORfif. "MSJ Ul&r 18
(UP) Bold Ruler., the beaten
Kentucky Derby favorite, smash smashed
ed smashed back from that defeat with a
powerful stretch- -run In the
Preaknes Stakes today and
shattered the r Trinle Crown
chances of Iron Liege, A- ;
Bold Rulef swent aerofw the
finish line two full lengths a
head of Calumet Farm's iron
Liege, who scored a surprise vic
tory in the Kentucky Derby two
weeks ago and was favored today
to move another notch closer to
Triple Crown immortality. But
Iron Liege lust couldn't stay witn
tne. powerful Bold Ruler m tnis
mile and three-sixteenths classic
and lust about managed to beat
the surprising Inside Tract by a
neck for second place, f s
With Jockey Eddie Arcaro,
first Whipping With Ma left-,
hand ana then strapping the
big son 'of Nasvullah with his
right. Bold Ruler gave hS
Jockey a sixth triumph in the
run for the black-eyed susans
trainer Sunny Jhn FRssimmons
a foarth victory In this classic
- Bold Ruler, owned by the
Wheatlev stable, was a dead Jit
horse for the raee and he had
to be1 to win it. He battled witn j
the speedy Federal Hui ior tne
early lead. ?;i''V'

SEA," MID FROM SAT;

la

Boys" which wen become aa Important eontribatioa to A A-mericana.
mericana. A-mericana. - --
. Starrlnr Robert Warner, Jef fr i Hftr-and Hope
Lanro, THE TRITE STORY OP JESSE JAMES" te fist
tertainment for kids and grewa vpt alike. Doet mis this
excellent doable presentation at yovr BIXI a TTSTA Tbra Tbra-tre.
tre. Tbra-tre. From Wednesday U Friday, TTTR PTTF PI IT, at a
and from Sstorday to Tneay, THE TRUE STORY OP
JESSE JAMES."

- .;.... K-A- IMTBTIIV tIffTT,'i':T;,'i'? i

Teams -x-Chlcago
.
Cleveland
New York
cton' i
petroit
Kuntias City
x-Baltimore
VV L -Fct.
, 17 7 .708

I 17 9 .654 1 .t
. 16 10 .615 2
, 15 14 .517 ,V4'
15 14 ,517 414.
. 13 16 .448 6
. 9 16 .360 8

Washington
I M f ,219 13
(x-Night game not included)

TODAY'S GAMES
. Cleveland at New York '
Chicago at Boston -. -Detroit
at Washington .'
Kansas city at Baltimore' (2)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS? ','
Kansas. City 100 031 110 7 12 ;i
Boston 010 002 1015 10 ll
Burnette. . Trup.k m tnri

Smith; Nixon, Chakales (3, Min- v

ni-cm w, ousce iv, ana white.'
WP;,Burnette (3-l)r LP: Chak--,
ales (0-2), HR's; Zernial 6)4 De -maestri
(2).' v ,

Cleveland 103 300 010U8; 13
Washington 100 000 0000---1- 8 o
r. Gracia McLisb (3), and Nara- r
gon; Abemathy, Hernandez, (4),;
Hyde (7), clevenger (9) and
Berberet. WPi McLish 2-1). LP; Z
Abemathy (I-4L 4. v.,
Detrbit- : 000 000 Vol 2 10
New York' OlO 000 0001 .6 ft.
Foy tack; Aber (8) and House,, House,,-Wilson
Wilson House,,-Wilson (7) ; Larsen, Qrim (9) and and-Berra,
Berra, and-Berra, WP: Aber 2-2). LP: Lar-;
sen (2-1). HR: House 3).
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
V

Although 1 Federal Hill,'- with S
Willie Carstew riding headed,.
Bold.. Ruler in the. initial run.
through the stretch, r Bold ;
Ruler .beat this;; fast-stepping i
rival to the -first turn ahd had A I ;
things his own way' from then
'7 -;- iin-i : .v.-i.,.; r vtj fc (
''iTtoeTloni-ifeige'd' Bold 'Rule'f
pulled even with Federal Hill
as the pair swept ; around : the
turn Into the back stretch and
put him away in the run dowai
the- backstretch,'' r.-, ',TvV il
'With Federal .Hill finable t6

matcn boiu ituier b iwwmiu,
ground-devouring strides, Iron
LieeB was his next -chajlenger. ?
- Bold Ruler hauled down a
winner's purse of 865,250 as as-he
he as-he added the Preaknesa
-SUkes to earlier triumph
this year In the Bahamas,
the Flamingo and the Wood
Memorial. He now has 'earn-v h -ed
3396.825 during- the two ;
years of campaignlnr. : I
v Bold Ruler returned 34.80, v
$2.60 and 32.40 across the boaf
in his 12th win In 18 races. -;
Iron-Liege, only slightly favored
over Bold Ruler by 10 cents to
the dollar returned" 32.40 and :
2J20. Inside Track paid $4.00)
In the smaU field. .- t :

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Aw&R d:ci ng Is Lik e B

OB P ft e e s

it

rom

Get into? v

In thirst For Greater Speed

i'n-.'i 4.-;tr oi?crrw-''i'l'tViruis Vbu'd liave-to drive In fs

;.f.iU;,.; ce to' know at I mean. The

?

NEW 'YORK (NEA) ."If he

wants it that bad.'' Jack -Me

Graih said to himsyf, "he can

have it." Mcqrath was driving
alongside BUI Vukovich in the
1955 Indianapolis -500-mile auto automobile
mobile automobile race and as he watched
Vukovich take a couple of turns
inside, him, he shook his head.
-On' the-57th, lap, Vukovich 's
car flipped end ; over end ;. si x

times, it exploded into names

It: was the last anybody saw of

the man accepted as tnex Desi
driver Indianapolis had known
better than all the fabled
greats. i

McGrath said that, but you
wonder, If .'he meant it. Six
months later; they carted his
lifeless body away from, a wreck

in Phoenix.
f Vukovich became death No.
43 m Indianapolis 500 history

' This'was brought back fresh the
i mother, day when, alonur with news
that authorities in Italy wanted

to ban road racinsr after a 29

. death accident, the usual flock

of pre-race data arrived from
Indianapolis. J -As
the people Who run the
-. Memorial Day race and the
close to 200,000 spectators who
attendvit view things. Bill Yu-
kovich is part of the past. Bright

. prospects for a "record average
; speed of more than 147 miles
per hour belongs to the present.

That's all that counts. -t.
;ltMsths wav with the driv drivers,
ers, drivers, too. Auto racing, at a place
sueh as- Indianapolis, -1s- ilkf
heroin -with wheels: Speed be becomes'
comes' becomes' a drug nobody 'wants' to
quit.

faster you go. the better it is

Nothing? lse matters.;'..
If is the same with onlookers.

Safety experts admit there's not
mni'h anvbodv'can do but pra

when the big Indianapolis fields

start whirline' around tne twp-

and-a-nair mue ones: iraca. dui
nn r.onr.nrted move to SloW it

down or outlaw it has been made
hv oven the more headline-

compious DoUtlcians. They talk

a little about it. then forget It

AT DARLINGTON. 4S. C. a 12-

car pile-up did nothing more
than excite crowds. Skids, near near-misses
misses near-misses and collisions from the
smallest. st.nr.ir car track to In

dianapolis never seem to bother
anybody. -, j r ,

"How fast are they going?'': is

the major question.
Th mBR are. run on asphalt

lor dirt or. during our speed week

at Daytona Beacn. eanu, ria4iw

savs "but it s a crass roots uuus

Tt ntarra wirn Kiua iuimuiK j-

loTiiea in drag races around the

npiphborhood. Or adults seeing

...

how fast tneir new cur
on an open highway. They want

speeds-nothing jess m viku

a, rarpft '.'...-.

... IIaJ

Right now. itaiy as exciucira-

bout the i mass-deatns in vne
n.ln. rnro. Two vears BgO.' 59

----- - T

France, affair. But anybody whr
ever has been in Rome knows
that Ttdiv- can never 'ban road

racine t 14

. lTirorv tiTTIB VOIl trV tO CTOSF

the street, you get the idea traf traf-fic
fic traf-fic moves on a point system
The first driver to reach a ped pedestrian
estrian pedestrian gets 100. :

IF

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' BILL FRANCE.'1 WHO" RUNS

. the sprawling f NASCAR opera- L t

lion, wnicn 13
tracks iaround the couhtry, was
talking kbout It. r ,f ""TV
' "There As money m our busi business."
ness." business." he polBted 9Ut. "Buc Y
Baker, our thamolon last' year,
was a bus-driver;, itf Charlotte,
N.C. Now he. fa up fiomewheje

rniinil 13D.DO0 a Tea, inais

(TVO MORE YARS V

TTUAf4 NV. fNEAl uns-

.0 rniiPffP's: three top baseball

nithersDick SlomKOWSKi, tau

phomores

NOT FOR LADIES

jfoRE.CNEA) -There !s

aroyna ou,uuu a v"v 1 m t tiaIORE (NEA) -Tnere is
flne-aftebWt y'LJwffi Tfliirnt S cut-'
nthe man -drops the Aag, I. K "fffjj 'nominees for 'the' $100,000
Heve that's tl? last thing on his .nn"l'n!tesPimllca on May 18.

mirid. ThlS la uuaiucoo 4 d

..,.v..:;.;;;.:' by .. it:'.;r
' JOE WILLIAMS

t Would Me M Mom B

omb

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Td Get Zimmer Out Of Baseball

" r v t Jti''

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(PRIVATE LINE With the
(air 6f magician pulling a rab rab-;
; rab-; bit out of a hat, John Bromley
j pulls a ftpunder up and through
.the (rap dOtr in the floor of
t his Ashing tackle shack on
JBnghton's Palace Pier, m Sus Sussex,
sex, Sussex, England, The youngster is
impressed, by private line.

One-Gap-On

Jumping Style

By JIARRY GRAYSON i
- NEW YORK -'(NEAVlr Bir Birdie
die Birdie Tebbetts authored; a: piece
titled, 'All B a 1 lplayers Ate
Afraid." i
The manager .of; the "ReFs
should know, but Don. Zimmer

otters irreiutabie evidence to tne
contrary, Off his record, it would
takean atomic bomb to the
indestructible Brooklyn infjelder

out or baseoau. A -It
is doubtful that any bail"
player ever retained his batting

torm after being beaned ,1' and

otherwise broken up to the ex

tent that young ; zimmer has

been hospitalized. v

' Perhaps the nearst to Zimmer

m the sick bay league was pete
Reiser,' the brilliant Dodger cen center
ter center fielder of the 1940's.

The ditterence between Reiser

and Zimmer is that the former's

injuries were self inflicted. Rei

ser persisted in 'trying to knock.

down concrete walls with his
head., Once he cracked his skull

on one. He injured his arm div diving
ing diving after a ball while in the Ar Army,
my, Army, broke bis ankle and other
parts sliding and whatnot.

;;'L...i". ihi. Tounc oreacherman, Billy. Granam,

.; ; 3f! AMI?

1 :' ln Jfru- 'aiM comuarison between the two

Fonsonr f r'vT"7 Z Jt impossible, anyway, because

& tospeakand tother U JgS ber'' add.

-Ana wiuie 1 m d"" j ...

ed the genaeman. (he handled Tui
... ... ?. ; titcf Satan

' As. a contemporaneous paoprietor or tne KMnB .r""
orirthe same side

f jell ,UHV ir. itronson ura --- -j r not
. if- street a. the Jedoubtable eTanteUst, o to words We not

rvTO W ieey Mr; Sunday; in
from U accounts he put on a whopping ;'J!?J2Sd
torTwa only a part of it, i to get his ideas over .hed shed
oat. discard his tie, pound bri tables, Jumpon chairs, wave
hi. arm and- shadow box untU sweat stains often PPJ
Pi ri.'f tV1. e-t mm hiv cot better than a draw

nis aim b. nuw je.. -- c.-- .

handled Tunney la hotn me

aiwavs naa isu "-

,

with a nian of such limitless stamina Is hard to toagne.
f?As. most everybody -&

.SSS Hewn't "much" hlUeTbufhe wWon. of the fastest
en. the-game ever saw. v''y !. i :" ,t
i ', ' DI BREWER'S HOSSES :. 'J'
I -'Speed' was' a more T'aluable asset- theriA than 'now andj it
nabled him to play big league baU for nine years fivj .to Ch
eato. thrf irTlttsburgh. and one In Philadelphia. His speed
made him an attraetion and the fans, came out to see him run.'
. in- wfegame -match, taces, against players from opposing
. tms Svtnday nearly alwavs won., and we were to learn, inter interviewing
viewing interviewing -him -in. the '2f-tJiatvjthl,; Ironcaliy,.; was one of the

LAWRENCE. Kans: NEA)

Remember when ; evef y other
high jumper was' a one-shoe-off

advocate? :ri

If Wilt Chamberlain continues

his successes, the Kansas sopho

more may introduce the one-

cap-on style. In his, first two

starts of ithft stirinK. the- seven

foot i. All- America basketball

player leaped 6 feet 6 inches and
6-eVi. He achieved both heights
with little ; work v and the- con-

staht tadornmenb, o a red and

green t piaia -cap; cnamoeriain

considers v this-, number, a good

luck .headpiece,1.-; -. -m j ;

The cap Is six years bid and

becoming a trifle worn, but The

Stilt has won consistently under

it since the outset of his tire

paratory -career. If 'the present
cap fans apart from too many
dives into the pit,' chamberlain
can lift another from his ward

robe of 15, He .collects them as

assiduously as he adds to ills

record collection of rhythm
and-blues platters..-

TOO; StOUt

For Tulyar

PARIS, Ky.! (NEA) When

Tulyar, the -Irish stallion, came

down with colitis at Claiborne

Farm he started an internation-
.1 V .ft

"The ble problem is to get him

to take food. .Arthur B. (Bull)

Hancock. Claiborne's owner, said.

Recipes and cures were soon

arriving with each mail.' Am a

teur horse doctors from every

part of the world sent special

One of them was sent from
Ireland.- "Give him some good

Irish stout to drink."- the letter

advised. 4

Hancock tried It. Tulyar took
swie of the dark, bitter" stuff

and spit It out. So a stablehand

tried It. He spit, too.

"Man. you need a Barry Flw-

eerald to handle this stuf." he

rasped. r. ',''.' ''

Cupid's Aim Va$
Good In Olympics

BOSTON 4-' INEA While

all the ballyhoo was- goln on

Beanings twice" threatened

Zlmmer's career, once his life,

Struck on the left side of the

head in Columbus. O.. twilight,

July ,7. 1953. zimmer spent--31

days "on his death bed." An op

eratlon on the- left side of- the

head revealed that his brain had

been Knocked to one sloe, so sur

geons: had to. operate on the

right, side,, placed two tanteium

Duttons m his skull. ..

. Tantelum. buttons are like

corks," smiles Zip Zimmer, who

once more .filled in mora than

acceptably at shortstop Whoa

the sacroiliac in the small of Pee

Wee Reese's back kicked up.

"Don't! bother me a bit, Just; ftn
occasional headache.'.' , t w
. That was enough t& make the

most courageous batter plate
shy, but not Zirnmer. The little

gutchman was back smacking
ime runs for 'St; Paut the next.

spring." "--. -t

. Misfortune trailed Zimmer' like

a .faithful hound.' in the winter
0 W935, whil-shortstofTplng 1 Tor

tianturce 1 or. the Puerto Kieau
League,. Zim's right and throw

ing wrist was broken when struck
by a pitched ball. He was out six

weeks and tour days after re

turning to the lineup had to be

rusned to a. hospital for an

emergency appendectomy, -r-

Last season,, a Hal J.effcoat

fast ball fractured Zimmcr's
cheeibone and injured hU left
eye. It was feared that he liad

a. detached retina.

"That would have finished mi

as a ballplayer," says Zim, "and

I was more concerned than 1 was
while in the hospital after the

Columbus beaning."

"To wade Into pitches like

Zimmer does after what he's

been through & guv .either has

to have all the guts in the world

or no sense." says the admiring

Pee Wee Reese, "and I know he
has a lot of sense." -.

When Dave Hillman : of the

Cubs made Zim hit the dirt the
other afternoon, the Dutchman
got up, brushed himself off and
won the game with a blast into
the left field seats in the 10th.
inning. ,'--,. .
- Pitchers continue to throw, at
Don Zimmer and the plucky kid

continues to fire- back with base-t

balls hit for magnificent dls
tance. -

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pion's champion's steps and bring the title back to the island. Right nnw he's a strong preliminHrv bov(

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Oordfm McKay, one of Philadelphia's most brilliant writers,
was mlwin from the oress row for several nfriW and when he
did show Mr.-Fundav askM what had happened.
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and athletics at Kent tate mi mi-rersJty.
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University football and baseball

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An little m $10 a month!
r.o. box sztt TeL s-7oa
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE -2-0740
-2-0743
Domestic Employes

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chklit livino'dining room,: fur.
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Resorts
PHlLUPSf Ocamtlda Cottajat
Sant Clara. Box- 1890 Pana
m, iL. da P. Phono Panama
3rjvr& Crittobal,3-U7J.
fSTIlt'S COTTAGES and laia
ktacb aim, On nila put Ca-
i ainau- Phono, lalbaai 1166.
Tf o tatAPA rr Hll1nla.a fiyrr Viae
'iay telephone don't ask to use
the business telephone to make
v,fcall.-
' That'a a big imposition to save
; the price of a telephone call.
Oklahoma Floods
31 Weather-Caused
OKLAHOMA CITY, May IS -to)-The
greatest floods in Ok-
' 1 . 1 : . .1
' lanoma nisiory yesieruay upcu
s out bridges, lorced hundreds 10
flee ; their homes and threatened
portions ot Tulsa, the state's sec sec-mid
mid sec-mid largest city,
- .-Eight persons, were dead and
another six. missing, from the two
ehrys, of violent weather. More
tBinv0 major highw.ay routes
i were closed. Nearly every, rajL rajL-jiaad
jiaad rajL-jiaad 1 and highway 5 bridge-. nsthe
Clmafron'River. which cuta east east-West,
West, east-West, 'through the state, Was
Mwshed t away as ranother eight
inches of rain fell in Southern
Oklahoma.
. 1 New rains also pounded the
North Central sections; which
a were deluged yesterday by rain rain-fallo
fallo rain-fallo more than 13 inches.
; 31 Dead
The United Press counted a to total
tal total of 31 weather caused deaths
since Wednesday when a tornado
ripped Silverton, Tex. There were
22 dead in Texas, eight dead and
six missing in Oklahoma, and tne
dead, in Kansas.
t
TWe'ather experts said the floods
iiv. Kansas could be comparable
tqthbse of 1951, the sUte's "year
oi." disaster.' 'Hopes rose that
.Wichta would be spared a major
flood, but the outlook for Central
and Southeast Kansas darkened.
In Missouri, flash flods wasned
4. ear down ue street at Kansas
City, and firemen waded through
five feet of water to rescue a
teen-age girl
Tied Cross and other disaster of officials
ficials officials said it was impossible to
determine how many persons
' Vere homeless in the three-state
area or how much damage the
Coods and tornadoes had already
caused.
Some 2S0 persons were homeless
at Dover, Ola.
The Weather Bureau predicted
'SKajor or record flooding on doz dozens
ens dozens of streams including the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas which flows throuyh the
eu city of Tulsa.
Asked Disaster Relief
Cor. Raymond Gary asked Pres
. ideal Eisenhower to grand disas disaster
ter disaster relief to the flood areas. Gary
had scheduled an afternoon flight
to Inspect more than two million
. dollars worth of bridge and high high-'way
'way high-'way damages, but the trip was
postponed Decease of a severe
weather warning and new down downpours.
pours. downpours.
A record crest roared down the
Cimarron toward Us Junction with
the Arkansas above Tulsa today.
Upstream at Waynoka, a new
l.ZSO foot steel and eoncreie
thdge. defecated only iwo aawiths
ago. was cut through the middle
by the wild river.
At Coyle, a small city of 404,
srerebaats sandbagged their
ylorea ia hip-deep water.'Levees
broke at Sipiey and Yale, threat threatening
ening threatening to ceauminau the- jnuruci jnuruci-pa!
pa! jnuruci-pa! water supply.
Severe fioodina was forecaa far
Perkins. city of pno. wjth the
crest ef 7 feet to hit there tev
nignt. This is five feet above flood
stage, three) feet higher taaa the
record fVood W 101
Major tedntg redictoeT
The .Umafrwi, flow. nji the
Aikaosis at Keystone, and major!
lUMiag was prediced .iom there
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FOX RENT:
Airy, aMden 2 be4room. I
kataroena apartaaeat, kat kat-rosty,
rosty, kat-rosty, auMs, roeea witk
bath, ttot water, garage,
ee. Cf H I-e-Tl,
heerv.

ATTENTION. 0. I.! Jt ku(H
-merfam faraUliMf apaitnranft, I,
2 badreom, -: hot, ceU war.
PhoiM Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Spaciout a a-partmont,
partmont, a-partmont, -on bodroom, hot
water. $62.50. ). F. do la Ossa
Avonuo Riqui Building, facing
Firoatono. Phono 2-3331.
, FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-'
' apart-' menu,, living-dining rooni, on
; btdroom, v kitchtn, :t bathroom c
"La Rainai Apartmanti'V road
to Rootovtlf .Monument,', No.
71-29."- f o information phono
3-0068.
FOR RENT: Apartmont,v living living-dining
dining living-dining room, kitchen, 2 bed bed-roomi.
roomi. bed-roomi. For information phone
3-0068.
FOR RENT: Furnithed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
hot water. Phone 2-2504.
FOR RENT: Conipletaly fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, North Amer American
ican American neighbors, reguUr trans-?
portation, $50. The best for this
price. Phone 3-047 1.
FOR RENT Very modem two
bedroom apartment, maid's
room, front terrace, hot water
and garage near the El Panama
Hotel and the Raymond Clinic
Building, $100.90. Call 3-3421,
Rip Out Bridges;
Deaths This Week
downstream to Tulsa and commu communities
nities communities below.
"A crest of 25 to 26 feet was
forecast at Tulsa, seven feet
above flood stage tomorrow night.
The previous record, at Tuls wis
22.8 feet 'in 1923.
U. S. 68, a major Chicago-to-California
highway, was cut at
Sayre, when the north fork of Red
River swept away a steel bridge.
In Kansas, the most threatened
cities and towns included Wichita',
Coyfille, Emporia, Independence
and Sedgewick.
iecosd Flood Crests
Weather forecasters warned a
second flood crest might come
sweeping down the little Arkansas
River in Kansas, extending the
flood danger of days.
Meanwhile, Gov. George Dock Docking
ing Docking ordered National Guaredsmen
out on a standby basis at Wichita,
El Dorado, Newton and Eureka.
At Wichita, 600 volunteers won
a night-long race against the flood flood-waters,
waters, flood-waters, throwing up sandbag bar barricades
ricades barricades which held up well against
the river tide.
However, the Verdigris River
was expected to hit Coyville, Kan.
with a crest 10 feet above floed
stage, and a crest up to 15 feet
over flood stage was expected at
Independence.
Solon Says Ike
Doesn't Know What
Is In Own. Bill
WASmOAIFe May 17 (UP)
WASHINGTON. May 18 UpL
said yeslerday tre President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower "df nnt liuiu n,k.t i.
, , . ,,u wut ia
in his own civil rights MIL
Ashmore maae the charge be-
iwr uie nouse nines Committee
a uie group concluded nine days
of hearing, on the bill, a modified
version 01 uie administration's
civil right program.
me committee is expected to
ywe nexi mesday to send the bill
me ncuse noor for action.
Ashmore said he was not criti criticizing
cizing criticizing the President because Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower ir nr. a lawyer and had
to depend on Attnrnv rn.i
Herbert Brownell Jr. for "inter-
preiauon."
But Ashmore ssid thst "he bss
only had it explained to him by
one who is prejudiced snd looking
at it from a pjlitical viewpoint."
The congressman contended the
bill is "based on political exped expediency'
iency' expediency' to.. bid for Negro votes.
' Two millioa Neero votes ar
not wortl the eric that wmiM
have to be paid for them" if the
ui u paseo, ne said.
Rep. Keorce M. Grant rD-Alal
urged the coram in ee not to be
siampeaeri" into sending it to the
noue. Bin Ken. Clarvnra
Brown rft.-Ohk) told him it "un
doubtedly" will h reported out by
an almost unanimous vote.
Rep. Mender Rivers (D-SC)
Charged the bin would set up
"look control" by permitting the
roverameut to take action if it
looks I ke" a person is going to
something that would violate
ftrr S rml nrhts
Armisterl Seldea (D-Als)t
x-awsre j. Robenoa Jr. D-
1 ronrraaea ine tall wnnid r.
Cut m harm, instead of rood.
-The tmrasure would atrengthen
laws prereetiog the right to vote,
ft p a eommissioa to mrestigate
allefed rtmals of voting righU.
creair cinl nchts division in
the lstir Prna n itm-i! an llnar
le hn'rtg Jn-
jo I t prevent eivi."
righls tnlatiotis.

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Mwv-fli, xa if Blrecl o MORRISON 4th of Jul Ave. i J St. I.iwia

Automobiles
FOR SALE: '53 Austin con.
vortible, excellent ..condition,
27,000 miles. 2172-A Curundo
Phono 5278, , ;
FOR SALb: 1953 Plymouth Plymouth-cranbrook,
cranbrook, Plymouth-cranbrook, 4-ploor sedan, ox
eel lent condition. 4- new tires',,
radio, $650. Leaving for States.
Ono owner. House 201 -B Gatun
Phono 5-517.
FOR SALE: Two Hillman.'
Station Waguns, low mileage,
exceptionally good buysr 1954
models. For information call -'
Tel. 3-45(8, I .m. 12 noon
2-5 p.m. J
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth v
Plata 4- door sedan. Automa
dition. 17,000 Smiles. Will, con-'
aider older cor in .trade. Call
Balboa-.2-17444?:fe;ii'V
FOR SALE: Anyone, wanting
a rea Iiv nice 1953 Plymouth.su-
burban should see this one at-"'
$850.00 Sgl Roluffs, Ft. Ama Amador
dor Amador sXtti?:tM. (;.".
FOR SALE:- 1952 Chevrolet
4 door Deluxe excellent, condi condition
tion condition radio and , accessories
$750.00 cash. Albrook 86-4237
86-5183 or Curundu 83-2214.
FOR SALE :-r 1951 Morris mi minor
nor minor Convertible, new tires,
new top, very clean. Phone
828-3450 or 86-6160 big 710-1 Lo Lo-ona.
ona. Lo-ona. ', -1 v ,.
FOR SALE. 1955 Ford Station
Wagon, $1,900,00 Cristobal 3 3-2328.
2328. 3-2328. FOR SALEs 1954 Buick 4-door
Sedan, green, $1,100. Phone
Curundu 3121 or house 579 579-H.
H. 579-H. FOR SALE: 1951 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent condition,' not a scratch on
it, four good tires end radio. For
sale to American in Zone. $450
down payment $200. Telephone
Panama 3-2363. '
FOR SALE:
Best 1-2 ton!
1952 Chevrolet
Panel. Excel
twill hoimiiiuu, 1
financ
ed Tol. i-22.17,
ir .1;.
eta
TRANSP9RTE5 BAXTER, S. A.
Packers -, Shippers Maver
Phonos X -2451 2-2562
' Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Classes daily
I to S p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE; INSURANCE
' ; eair i:
jm ridge
Qeneral Agent
Gibraltar r.tfo ins. Co.
for rates and Information
' r TeL Panama MtUZ
f CHIROPRACTOR
f. Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street
across from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:00 ajn. to 12:00
.3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
; Tel. Panama 3-3272.
THE
NEW.
canon
AUtl
Model V
Wilh T ,2 Lens
'if vision srav.
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Miscellaneous
MOTORAL SALES 4 SER.
VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGfcST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA,
DIOS AND T.V. SETS ON ;
THE. ISTHMUS.' INVERSION
NES GENERALES, 1 AUTO-
MUmUfc KUW NO. 3B.
FOR SALEf Deepfreeze 9.2
CU. rt. 5135.00: G. E. wathor
deluxe automatic $175.: Sinner
sewing macnino 4l.U0, mis-'
cellineous furniture. Albrook
M-4108.V f
i FOR SALE: Ceramic Kilif
11 x 11 electric, 2-in. extender,
14 molds and supplies. $80.00
.Critobal 3-1715.
FOR SALE: Boy's 24" Bi Bicycle
cycle Bicycle in good condition. $20.00
Telephone 84-3102. r
-fOR SALEt Air-condition unit
t7-S h.p.; 3 rugs; water heater,
t Westinghouse, 30 gallons. 2 re re-.
. re-. frioerators; girl's bicycle ra
4tlie. Phone 3-0610. From. 10 t
;-12 noon'j f tkrrf-viM
FOR SALE: -Leaving, must tn.
Upriaht piano, $I0. Four used
WSW tubeless tires. 820 1 IS.
$12.50 each. Albrook 86-2200.,
. FOR SALE: Collins Amateur
Station,' 32V3, beam ants and
oceesories, .1200. Complete.
Consider separata salea. Phone
Pan 3-1969.
FOR SALE: Pure Costa Ricsn
mahogany dining room furniture,,
six persons $225.00. Metal
desk $25.00. Tel. 3-6579
PANAMA CANAL COM PANT
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, wilt be received at the of office
fice office ef Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balbea, for tho following
hems:
INVITATION No. $-57-349
Caterpillar Tractor and Power
Unit Parts.. To be opened 9:30
a.m., May 24, 19574 r
IklVITlTIISU U XI 11
Lad, sheet; brass,; cemmarciaU
copper bar, rod end a beet;.
"Kingghom" metal; Munts me metal;
tal; metal; nickel-coppen alloy; corro corrosion
sion corrosion resisting steel;' tin, sheet;
corrugated aluminum roofing;
nine, rolled; bronse, phosphor;
nickel, copper aluminum alloy;
and solder, aluminum To be o o-pened
pened o-pened 10:30 a.m.. May ,24,
19057, -V
Invitation No. s-57-j4s
Condulats; drills end hammers,
penumatk; : grinding machine;
welding i maehines; concrete
" mixer; outboard1 motor; panel
switches; sound recorder; ees-
tant; tractors; blower; boom; bat bat-Vary
Vary bat-Vary .charger; bah conveyor; rod
cutter; lubricating gun; flick,
pipe; cutting machine; drill press
machine; lathe; shaping ma machine;
chine; machine; pumps; -ready power ;U-
. nits; road roller; tracks;' targe
.truckf. winches; cable; wire; and
wire. rope. To ba opened 2:30
"p.m., May 24, 1957. v (.
Invitations may be obtained from
office ef Superintendent ef
Storehouses, telephone Z 1 08 6.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. Ci
Service v
Extension Requesls
Go To USARCARIB
Requests for extension of for foreign
eign foreign service In the Caribbean
area by Army personnel based
on the inadmissibility of a spouse
to the United States must be
submitted to Headquarters. TJ.S.
Army Caribbean, the Army head
quarters said today.
The requests should be mark marked
ed marked ATTN: AO MPM and must
cite the Department of the Army
directive AGPA-M (M) 210.31
(11 Apr. 57) dated April 17, 1957
SUBJECT: Reassignment Based
on, Inadmissibility of Spouse to
Uie United States. ..
This directive states that ; as
an exception to policy and on an
individual basis, individuals who
marry foreign national and lat
er learn that tne spouse is inad inadmissible
missible inadmissible to the United States,
may be assigned to the overseas
area of their choice provided all
of a number- of circumstances
prevaJL. -t - ; :
These circumstances Include the
foreign spouse Is Inadmissible to
tne united states; private legis legislation
lation legislation to admit the spouse has
been Introduced Into Congress
and action o such legislation la
still pending; and the serviceman
requests assignment to aa over oversea
sea oversea command based on inadmis inadmissibility
sibility inadmissibility of spouse (AR 614-2401.
Other circumstances which'
must prevail are the Individual

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Will llol Censor
ilnis, TV Programs
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Agri
culture Department hss redrafted
its rules and regulations to make
plain it has no intention of cen censoring
soring censoring agridultural films and TV
programs. -. ?
The action was taken after a
House information subcommittee
accused the department of, in ef
fect, threatening censorship of
films and TV programs not fol following
lowing following the department's policy
lines. w-t . .' '.
The film j and TV shows involved
deal with: farming and agriculture
on which the producers request
department help and Information.
Subcommittee Chairman John T.
Moss (D-Calif.), in a letter to Se-
eretary of ArncuHure Eira T.
Benson, praised the denartment for
ue ruies cnargea ana its an-l
nounced "open door : policy on
department information.
"Moss told Benson that the charrea
immviu; cAcinpt news onOTO-
graphers, from any possible- de-
J partment censorship. ;
The rules charge also cancel
let a proribition to which ih
subcommittee objected forbidding
any .aponsorsnips oi movie or TV
films which the department heloed
produce by manufacturers of alco-
nouc beverages.
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ically emphatically that it ever intended to im impose
pose impose censorship or any restriction
on ueparimeniai information.
But it said that" it was perhaps
best to alter its regulations to
make ce rtain that it ait nla in
ly clear. S also said it was pleat pleated
ed pleated to "restate be department's
continuing policy to make infor
mation freely available.
is qualified for oversea service
and reemlists or otherwise ex extends
tends extends his term Of service for a
period of time sufficient to com complete
plete complete a normal foreign service
tour In the overseas area for the
proper utilization of the Individ Individual:
ual: Individual: and the individual h. not
previously been rranteft a re
sienment based on similar com
pansionate reasons.
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IN A SURPRISE PRESENTATION, Explorer 'Scots Robert K.c Arthur was awarded a- statuette
as Scout of the Year during the annual Troop 8 Charter Dinner. Gov. W. E. Potter is shown
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Robert Arthur bets
Silver Statuette
. Robert K. Arthur: son of Mai.
and Mrs. John D. Arthur of Foi t
Clayton, ,wa awarded a silver
statuette as- the Troop Stout' of
tne Year-4958 in a surprise pres presentation
entation presentation which highlighted last
week's -Troop y annual Charter
Dinner;? r Vip-V ;.'.;v.j-:
Announcement bfrthe. winner
of the statuette .was made by
Gov.- W., EvPotter who attended
the .affair as arr honor guest and
wh made the presentation : to
Explorer Scout Arthur; for the
high standard 'and the example
ne nas set in scouting during the
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One hundred Cub Scouts. Bov
Scouts. Explorers.. Troon 1 Com
mitteemen, parents, and friends
of scouting gathered at the St
Luke's Cathedral Bishop Morris
Hail in Ancon for, ;' the dinner
and program at. which F. R.
Johnson! as- the. official Canal
zone Council representative pre
sented Troon s wruv its charter
The'Charter was received by
the Very Rev. Mainert J. fjeter-
son -who spoke to the crouD on
the Scouting Policy of the Troop's
sponsoring institution. St. Luke's
CoL Hugh M. Arnold, Troop.
S committee chairman, presid presided
ed presided over the evening's program
which also included a welcome
by Bishop R. H. Gooden and
the presentation of a special
plaque to G. C. Dunlap, active
Troop committeemen who is
scheduled te leave the Isthmus
next month. r. .
The troop's Instltutlcmar Reo-
resentatlve Edward J. Lucas and
Scoutmaster William N: Taylor
presented the 'following awards
to. Scouts present; ..."
Tenderfoot rank. Charles C

Abetnathy, Walter A. Dryja, Jrjship, swimming: Peter G. gmith,
Colin B. McCoy,. Richard P. citizenship in the Home, home
Morse; repairs; James R, Freeman, Jr.,

or con a visas wiiuam u.
rey 3rd, Robert G. Dunlap, peter
F. Denton, David R, Stewart,
Peter J. L. Richard, David 8-
zapn;
First Class Federico J. Fer
nandez, Enoch John Hooper,
Douglas M. Major. Robert U.
Schultz, Jr., Jan V. Hlrschmann,
Peter O. Smith, Peter A, Thibo Thibo-deao.
deao. Thibo-deao. ., . .. tj
Merit Badge Federico J.
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Tricks; With Trunks Ndl Secret To Maker:
Musicians Ball Players Still Customers

ST. XOUIS. "May 18 (UP) The,
tricks with a trunk used by such
great escape artists as Houdini
and Blackstone, the magicians.
were no secret to a St: Louis
businessman. He made At trunks.
And when veoeevilie made Ha
one nifht atanda across the'
country, perfermert -ceruielered
only one trunk worthy of en old
- pro.
To trunk manufacturer Joe Mei-
sel Jr that faded era is not gone.
Sophie Tucker still orders a H ami
M. truck for her most prised pos
sessionsbats. Yul Brynner re recently
cently recently added bis name to the own owner's
er's owner's list. Ted Lewis keeps his bat battered
tered battered top hat in a theatrical trunk
made in St. Louis.'
The business of turaicg out
trunks for show businesi has

dwindled from 25 rr cnt to fivribe expected.

"er cent. Elearor Tow!! P"ce or-
dered an H and M to h"!d 0 p'n
shoes. Not from vsn'y, li

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Report On Psychiatric Aspects :
Of Desegregation Published In NY

NEW YORK. May 19 (UP) A
rtport on "psychiatric aspects of
8cnoll desgregation'.' designed to
aid professionals In; helping botii
whitea and Negroes adjust to their
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new reiauonsniD was ouuiisuea to
day by an interracjal group of psy psychiatrists.
chiatrists. psychiatrists. ii-h.i-'v: '. ,,
The reoort was nreoared bv a
committee under chairmanship tof
Dr.. Viola Bernard of New York
. and, .with the consultation of so so-ciitl
ciitl so-ciitl .scientists.,: ;.i,V;p'
v.Tbey said it'.Vas ,'t'encouraging
tdi note that in every; community
there are more DeoDle at all evel.i
who are psychologically j preparedtJ
u accept desegregation man mose
who are staunchly opposed to tny
fnrm rt i nt eitl r nit nt ..2 4h& ...in.
They said the heat is aroused in
some quarters against desegrega
tion is hot a simple, rational re reaction
action reaction to the desegregation issue.
As usually happens with social b b-suest
suest b-suest a single 'cause', has served
as a focus and rallying point for
many kinds of grievances. These
range from states' riehti and the
relativj rennomic deprivation ? of
ine boutn, tnrough a gamut of ac actual
tual actual or fancied personal, social,
and political inequities." . :
; The psychiatrists aaid. that both
Negroes and whites,, their 'com 'communities
munities 'communities and the nation as a whole
suffer psychosocial ills from con-
imuea seererauon. ine iNeera mir-
fers1 from 'inferior social -statu?,'
the white from "aa unrealistic and
unadaptive kind of self-aihirai.sal
Disea ol uuvidous comparison
rather thn on : solid personal
growth and achievement, the re-
pon saia. -. -..-. i
Social evils caused by segrega-
Fernandea, art, first aid,, public
speaking, reading, scholarship;
Enoch John Hooper, art,- first
aid, stamp collecting; Douglas M.
Major, art, first aid, reading;
Jan V. Hlrschmann. coin collect
ing, first aid. reading, scholar-
A-jart, cooung, iirst am, iireman
ship; David J. Dunlap. citizen
ship in the community, citizen citizenship
ship citizenship In the nation; Robert 'K.
Artnur, atrueucs, nrst aid to' animals.-
' ,
In appreciation of the job be being
ing being accomplished by Scoutmaster
Taylor, Arnold presented tor tne
troon to Taylor a snecial
ward for God and M Country
plaque. t
told Meisel, but because her fast
footwork wjre out a pair of shoes
per dance rehearsal.
. Fred Waring gave 34 trunks to
his troupe one Christmas. Mel'
sol sale' tho veteran chervs di director
rector director else placed the' most un unusual
usual unusual trunk order. He wanted
one with a built-in bar end run run-nine
nine run-nine water.
"Today," Meisel told United
Press, "we seem to have ono loot
in the baseball world and one
foot on the concert stage vve
made trunks to bold uniforms for
most of the major league baP
clubs and for musical instruments
of symphony orchestras."
Trunks for Instruments used by
the Boston Symphony Orchestra
on a world tour several yean ago
put Met.vel to more trouble than
The bt- Scree Kousevitzky
tbrew ut his hands in horror
when Meisel suggested putting all

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tion high disease and death rates,
crime and -disintegrating family t
life-- "do not remain confined ta
the segregated segment of a popuv
la t ion; they inevitably lower tho
level of weel-being lor the com community
munity community as -e -whole;, it said. ?
AThe report5 said 'it .has been
demonstrated- that continuance of
segregation creates more social
ills than it cures." The existenre
of '.'segregation as an unsolved
conflict leads to a -chronic state, ot
tension which drains national en energy
ergy energy from more ; worthwhile pur
suits, it said. V ji t- v. v ..t,
. ; "Although some transitional in r
tensification of racial tension is )
to be expected in certain quarters
from the change to desegregation,
it seems socially safer, in the long
run. to undergo some' relatively
limited and temporary stress than V
to endure, a chronic state of wide
spread racial tension," the report
j d v.
Shah Of Iran Plans
ForHosIenilialioiic
.TEHERAN. fUPV-The Sha of

Iran' today announced a campaign
to; improve living conditions in
Iran in a drive to wipe out Com-
munism. ; ; t
He disclosed his fntentions In
an exclusive interview with Unit-
ed- Press,' :t

The .better living program will 1
include the setting ud of an oddo-
sition political party to give the
UAeUm n .(in.-. On MilK.. j.k.KL
Mva.Ut uaUUUJB AU'IUllllUll HlU.Ui-
tants. r bigger .voice, in the.gov-
erment.
The people of thia country have

a right to a better existence and u
a decent way of life, jind it is the ,

responsability of the soverment to
see that Jt is achieved," Sha Mop
nammen it's ranievi said. :
The 37-year-old Swiss educated
monarch said a more effective
system of collecting taxei and the
f'proper"-, use of ou revenues and
technical aid from the United
States would help to achieve this
goaL : -,
He said a 'party system of eov-
ernmenl soon .would begin to( op-

"On-!erate in the country in allnv'th

people greater lattitude in their
'own affairs. ;. -. ,.
the violins in the trunks. In hit.
broken English, iKoussevitzky ex
plained mat trunks could be lost
and an orchestra without violins
was impossible.
So the H end M's for the Bos Bos-ten
ten Bos-ten Symphony held one Instru Instrument
ment Instrument from each tertian of tho
orchestra. Other touring, sympho symphonies
nies symphonies followed suit..
Babe Ruth traveled with an H
and M trunk and so did Lou Geh-
ring. Today- the St. Louis Cardi-
nalw tb Philadelphia Phillies
and the New .York Giants to
mention a few live out of trunks
once the badge of vaudeville's
stars. v
A sideline of the company was
the escape trunk.'. Meisei said
prestiditators bad precise .deas
about how they were going to ert
out of a trunk, and there wrre ro
secrets froom the trunk mikors
But he is not reve!,i t e
tricks of Houdini or L.

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beauty and flno eating- to party or other fathering.
, t By GAYNOR MAJDOX
' J NfcA Food and Market Editor t

roxt aa 'announcement party or

graduation get-together, this ,jcw-

fel-litee" mousse, i topped -with, .whip-

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eauty and fine eating7- -,'
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One package black cherry-flavor

ed 'gelaiinw t cup hot .water, iW
cud rose wine or diluted grape

juic, 1 package strawberry-flavored
gelatin, X package lime-flavored
gelatin, 2 cup hot w a t.e r,v 1

cup cold water, l pacxage rasp
berry-flavored gelatin, 1-4 cup, sugar,-1
cup hot water, cup Tose
win oa dilued erane lui c e.' 2

cups whipping creamy, 1 l-JJ. cups(
(3 1-2-ounce can) i lender i thin
flaked coconut, tinted pink.
. Dissolve black cherry gelatin in
1 cuji hot water. Add in& r
grape juice diluted, ioiir nto 8x8-x2-inch
pan and chill until fir m.
Then prepare strawberry and lime

gelatin separately," using 1 cup hot

water and cup com water tor

each. Pour into separate 8 x8 x2
inch v&tii and chill until firm. Dis

solve .raspberry gelatin and sugar

in remaining cup oi not w a i e r

Add rose wine or diluted grape

juice. Chill just until syrupy.
Vhip cream and fold into' syru syrupy
py syrupy raspberry gelatin. Cut the firm
black cherry, strawberry and lime
relatin; int ? cubes -about 12-inch
square, Jold into whipped cream
mixture. Pour into a 9-inch angel

leod cake pan. Chill 8 hours,v-,UnH

njold. Spread top and sides with
sweetened whipped cream Sprin Sprinkle
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Tomorrow's Dinner:. Tomato and
clam juice cocktail, broiled rock
lobster tails,, lemon andi butter,
French fried potatoes, crisp rolW,
asparagus vinaigrette, harlequin
mousse, coffee, tea, milk.

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We are NOT soffestinf that housewives &o. ballet along with
the housework. We are suggestinr that housework,. In itself,
will not keep a woman trim and beautiful, contrary to the ac accepted
cepted accepted notion. It can, in fact, do damare. This girl has borrowed
the ballet approach to show the correct us of muscles. She
keeps her back straight (left) as she scours. This position does

By ALICIA HART

things for the" waist, leg and thig-h muscles. If you think that
dusting, in itself,-does your figure any good, you're wrong-. It
won't help a-bit unless you're willing to use the classic ballet
position .(center), stretching one let- at an angle. Even the mop
can be of help (right). This girl does a version of, the ballet
arabesque which lifts the entire diaphragm and stomach muscle

ing can't' be' depended,-npon to
keep our figirfes trim. .
Yet, as'one ballet master warn warn-ed:VWhat
ed:VWhat warn-ed:VWhat the" 'a vera ee woman

does to herself in an eight hour

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Come iMomel yMaS; lepfaced Go Mome;

WASHINGTON" (NEA-Through
the efforts of an amazing- Ameri American
can American woman, a new slogan, "Come

Home With Us," Is replacing tne

old "Yankee Go Home ;ln t n e

hearts and, minds oi, many jjc-uro-

In J952 .Miss Therese Bonpey bf

Syracuse, N.Y., founaett group
called Fiiendship Chain. Thanks
to this unique organization Amer
ican GI's have spent approximate approximately,
ly, approximately, 10,000-days as guests of Euro European
pean European families. Thousands of young
GIs are being invited to vi s 1 1
homes to meet and learn about
the ucob'e :of the community .near

J their depot or base.. f

a The ned lor a oener unuer-i

ctanr'in? between- irooos ana civu-i

lans became apparent tin f 195i,
when thousands of t Americans
were stationed throughout France
under inh NATO defense plan. The

Communists had ft' definite recep-1

tion program for U.S. troops, cre creating
ating creating and building up antagonism
between the population and the
GIs. But no plan existed ior friend:
ly troop community relations, v

ON RECOMMENDATION of the

American Embassy in Paris, the

French government called on Mis

Bonney to grappie wun me .pron .pron-lem.
lem. .pron-lem. She baa been an NEA Service
correspondent during World War
II when she .made an amazing
collection, f photographs' of the ef-'
feet of war on children.- The pic pictures
tures pictures wct'. 1 published as a photo photo-craphic
craphic photo-craphic document titled "Europe s
thudren, wmch mobilized world
public opinion into ft gigantic re relet
let relet movement for children rav ravaged
aged ravaged by war. i ; .1
, Miss : Bonney gathered around
her group of French industrial industrialists,
ists, industrialists, technicians, factory workers
and farmers who agreed to ex extend
tend extend invitations to GIs to visit
their homes. Today, thousands of
links, lorged by the butcher, the
baker and the candlestick maker,
form a cbaii. of friendship that is
bringing r understanding out of
former Animosities,
To date, over 3,500 invitations
Irom families in some- 300 cities,
towns and villages of France and

, In seven other countries have

been extended o Americans xrora
' every state in the Union.'
.. IN MANY-CASES, the GI be be-eooics
eooics be-eooics 'an adopted son, finding a
real "homo away from h o m e."
sont GIs have traveled with

their adopted families in Eng

land, Iti-'y and Germany. The or-

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NEA Beauty Editor ?
, v. -t -IT'S
smazuiir how many house

wives labor, under; tbe mistaken- P'day of cleaning ought to
rln that housework automajfcally her!", :

keeps (thdm' ift-: shape;1 Actually, it i if you a" ine of Ibe JnajOfity

doesn t seem quur Jiau ;ot nousewives wno ,man,e uv m m-the
the m-the bending, squatting ndr luting tempt to ; exercise systematically,

that go into ft day's house ciean- lne Tide VWashington ". tlinic has

wonted oui pruifrm w puow j-wu
how' typical household tasks can

be. converted mto Doay nunaing
exereises. They have created' a

l'Jjousewife'i ballet,; -, U '

frttjwl.the, groundJDon't. ddyour

work in high heels, or ga to. tne
othe? extreme of working,' in '.
pair bf run-over slippers.. Either
wiU 14ngft8up:jroto inSides;ilt
telephone wires,Vu ,. ': v ", ,s
' Esseritlally hpusewprk' t divides
iUelf .into tasks !, which 'require
bending f or reaching and .those

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MesHces such as these id France were common as Com-
- munUts strove to create anlmooity' between turopeaa)
V eommunlties and the GI population. ; 1 f.

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Therne-Bonney

ganizrtion knows tt three ; tases

where ft member ot tne nosi

family has visited the GI's family
in the States. ...'.',. :

The Friendship Chain serves as

a clearing nouse for invitations, it

makes careful selections, match matching
ing matching backgrounds education, inter interests
ests interests and hobbies of hosts and

guests. .. ...

Recently a. GI school teacher vi

sited a young French school teach

er. and toot over nis cngusn class
for a week. He is now incorporat incorporating
ing incorporating the Visit and his experiences
into a master's thesis on French
education. ...,'.,.

Financial support for the 'Chain'
comes from many sources. Eleven
top perfune manufacturers in
France started it off with a $15,-'
000 contribution. Since its founding
in 1953 the organization has col collected
lected collected mare than 1170,000 from a

vani-ty of people from prince to
peasant For one of their many

has been i host ';' to 10 GI'S said,
"Thanks to the magnificent work
of tne Frierdshin Chain, the a-

pathy, indifference; even hostility
in our community has. changed to

friendliness.

Fashion Facis

A vounf man who thinks he's

too old to wear a bib can be cor

railed into it. A smart mother

takes a tin from : TV westerns.

Get the young cowboy a bunch

of old fashioned bandanna band

kerchiefs. Tie one around his neck
to catch sDilled food while he is

eating. yi j .

which require standing or walk

ing.

' It is important always to keep
the spine straight, but relaxed.

Pretend that the parts of your bo

dy are blocks. Keep one part .di

rectly above the next, but don't

Stiffen.-. ;V:V"-' Jh:

: The two ballet positions most
applicable to housework are the
arabesque for reaching jobs,; and

the piie. ior .bending- and I q a a t-

Ung..,...:(; v ,.i.4-ri;:J- tin .;'

, If.you are Jifting ,. bundle s of

wet wash, make the job do .some

muscle toning for you.' Don't aroh

your hack and Jerk up the" 0 u n n-41e.
41e. n-41e. Squat idown f besides it, one

foot slightly in advance v of t h e
other, knes turned out. .This way
vnu will make the 1e? and thiph

muscles' do the' work. The i Vise up,

as the dancer-doing an araDesque,
lifting the' diaphragm and stomach
and neck muscle. :
s You will not only have 'made

lifting the wash a beneficial exer

cise but will be developing .grace

movement at the same time.
When you do bending c h o r e s

such as cleaning baseboards, use
the pile.' Don't kneel down, hend
over. Instead, get down on your

haunches, witn your nacic siraigm,

supporting your weight on you r

thichs. Practice-' going up and

down this way." When you get us
ed to tt trv thruStinfi one leg .be

hind you and one. forward, and
from this squatting possition reach
and stretch your torso as you

wash or dusfc ;'t'f v.
Undoubtedly;1 you'll have tr ou

ble at first It may seem : to you

that you are; making your : house-

worit unnecessarily auiicun. dui

it wiUvcome, mpre easilas. j;ou
set accustomed 'to it's ,s.

5 Since there's little exhilaration

in fTPttninp nnns(; it rnaKes1 sense

to see that: it pays off in graceiui

posture and a good figure.

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, Orp: predjctable-resull of spring

cupboard.., cleaning i the deter,
mlnation to replenish family din-,
nerware : supplies Vhen d 1 s h'e s
are pulled off shelves and count counted,
ed, counted, shortages are dramatized.

You usually find many more sauc

ers thin rups, a dwindling supply
of cereal bowls, more plates with
chips or cracks than-you suspect
ed. : .....

If you're happr vith the paU

tern an style of your dishes,
you'll probably order replacements. ;

But u you re ureo or your paiiern,
or if ii hts been discontinued, new

tvpes an' patterns in inexpensive
dinnerware invite your inspection.

One fast growing contender for
a place the family dinner table

is meisinme, ft tnermoset piasuc
which wen't chip and will resist
ncritchea and stains. The dura

bility of the material is of parti

cular advantage arouna cniioren.

Although it is not ovenproof, it
does resirt heat and can be safely
washed In a dishwasher.

FROM THE standpoint of style,
m el a mine dinnerware has come
a long way from the rather heavy heavy-looking
looking heavy-looking designs of a few years ago.
r,m ar more rraeefullv ahaDed

'Now's the time to think about jwlth thinner handles. The couped
storing away winter clothing. Be- piatea are easier to stack.
member, woolens must be clean j
and either moth -proofed by your Translucent white backgrounds

F'Vr. nm. m P.ri hil or Pl"d ln moU- point up new decorative designs
WS.?Jffi rooms te lS S F cloet or nmmtr tore- vtritty of color combine combine-tU.l0"ler
tU.l0"ler combine-tU.l0"ler JiJ.Ati '- tions. These range from a casual

If you have difficulty making
vour black suede shoes c m e

of American troops who had never
before visited the French capital
nilBIMA TUS TMtlSTMAS fi-

peration n 1955, seven other West-1 clean, take them to your shoe-
IT u .n.mlrini iniril A ITl keT and let 01171 JO SB XPTl

CIII CiUIVItVII UUIU. H J ; ... I . t - -
r-f. rrA h. hnii.c. ithioh When hes finished, they D 'near in undcorated dinnerware a'

ihem. and s;x other countries have both look and be clean. And tbey.kMg with muted pearl gray, blue

announce' cooperation. Over 300'won't'rub off on your stockings, and burjunay.

private groups such ss Rotary, Pa-

turquoiK and yellow wit moui
to the more formal gold borders
circling rwuped pistes.
Brilliant shades of tangerine,
chjrtreuse. emerald and pink ap-

tronat ajd C'tholic Action are on

record ready to work with the organization.

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siMnnetia! "American -women are the Jaest-dressed i in tbe world.

We have nothing; like your ready-to-wear in aiy or in turepe.;
, I'll, M I I O f Ml

There's ta vwhoIe. new'way, of life
demanding clothes of", a different
kind from those. we, wore 20 or'
ven 10. years ago." ' I'

Simonetta' herself ; is slender,
chic,' ft 'vivid brunette1. 'Born
duchess- she 'Was .imprisoned dur

ing the' Mussolini regime." But aft-1
11, ij tir t t I. 1

the i y ouagp$t couturfef ln Italy la
the rocket rise, of Italian fashions.
I Parisian designs cost' more,'; she
explains, because Paris, houses are
top-heavy .with expense,. They :Kave
many -more salesgirls, r genexaTJr
larger staffs and many, more' mod?
els. Therefore," they" quite 6 f t e n
charge twicis the Italian price., V
' Simonetta brought with her fo
this, country her first1 ready Jo Jo-wear
wear Jo-wear boutique collection, ; She i de designs
signs designs In ftaJy fottha .Amerieaa
trade.' -wu.; I.
American "women, she fintls,
have figures, that taper, to. 4 nar narrow
row narrow hipline. and tend generally to
he more slendef than: Europoans.
Europeans are shorter, nippier'"
and have' smaller waistlines. A A-merican
merican A-merican women, of course, have
longer legs. .:t ' JU

,In private life, the Italian'' ideV
signer is married to her closest
business competitor: Fabiarti, They
don't mingle r their?, professional
lives. But they enjoy happy family-life
with their two childrenn
a house on the outskirts of Rome.
; It's Simonnetta's belief ' that

clothes should be beautifully sim simple
ple simple and wearable. They should .at .at-10
10 .at-10 be, graceful, knd feminine.
And, most, of all.r,: they , should
enhance the wearer. If they
not, they are ,not, serving thetr"

By CAILs: DU6AS
, NEA Women's Editor
NEW -YORK (NEA)i' the av

erage girl in Europe must make
her own clothes or have r them

made by an xnexoensiva dressmak

er. She. cannot go into a store ana
buy whatever ':sh needs-, i ( 5
but according to Simonetta, one
of Italy's .best known designers,

this Ms beginning to change.! In
New York for whirlwind ( Visit,

the striking young woman talked
of the clothes changes taking
place in Europe. v : v. : ; 1 ;

"European- women nave r ; ne ne-corne
corne ne-corne bored with-the idea of ma

ny fittings for clothesY' she ex

plained. '.'We ve had nothing 1 1 k e

your ready-to wear in Europe.
That's why American women- are

thebest-dressea m the, world, nut
we've had a taste of it in the' last

year and. within twp' y ea t,L X

think ready-to-weap w,iu. be,,big jn
Europe."Vv'' 'i- -I ;.U-H1'
European women, she said, like
a store to buy, whatever they
the idea of being able to walk into
like on Hie spot wihtout having it

made up specially. They still can't

oo it except ior sweaters; : gioves,
lingerie and, in Italy, beachwear.

But they vef taken to the idea.
. "For instance,"' Simonettl said;
"There's, the case of the long eve-

nuig gown; JNo' one s ; wears long

evening gowns any more.' Even in

Europe, wpmen want short ,eve-j

ning gowns., iney can t pacx,f tne

long .evening, Up wnsu they, re u loo

expensive; tney can:i Mwear,.,inem
more than three or .four times.

and they get dirty too easily be

cause of the sweeping hemlines, true purpose.,

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KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer

Delicate loaf arslra m turquoise ani yeUow beUes sturdlness
t snebmlne dinnerware, which could be dropped ea flagstone"
terrace without fereaku. BowU double, as .flower holders.
iBrookpark)

LOOKING -for -penny-wise ways

to fix ud a 'room that will see -a

lot o traffic this -summer from4 0 0-vernight
vernight 0-vernight guests and visiting rela relatives?
tives? relatives? 11 your guest rotfai doubles

as television room, sewing roomJ

den or study, furnishing must he
attractive and very easy, to take
care' of, "'' ' -' ....

. Sturdy, colorful materials "thaU

can be washed easily and repeat-'
edly are within the reach, of ev every
ery every budget. With talent and imar
gination they can yield ft hand handsome
some handsome effect for' pin-money expen

diture. : , !.
-As proot, I cite a, television
room-guest room I saw recently:

Blue-and-white -striped mattress

' .:. .' "jr,

The couch is framed. bV a PieCe"

of widlboard slipcovered, with, jedi,
denim.' From' brass lion h e ad s

mounted on the wall "above hang,
the- bed- pillows concealed in; the,

s.triped uckmg cases.

TICKING tS also' used t makev
one extra -A wide drapery- which"is".

pulled to one side of the wtndbw

and held in folds by a big door

knob Covered in the red. oeiiim.,,
A yacht chair painted black, has

seat and back of the ticking. 1., '.''
Black and white tufted cotton

carpet has the tweedy effect that
doesn't' show soil readily- and,,
when if does, it, too, can be wah wah-ed.
ed. wah-ed. Similar salt-and-pepper tweed,
can'. be found, in. washable fi b e r.
rugs also. r v ;

Tables in this .room, all Bay

tickin.- combined with red denim, clastic tons.

sets the cheerful color s c h e m e.i White-punted walls andvwhjtT

The studio couch commands the Venetian bunds add to the airy

center of attention with drama- Jook of the small room.' V v
tic treatment. " ; , I -.If you sew it yourself, youTI
A bright red dust ruffle is top-(find that boh ticking and'
ped by a tailored ticking cover, denim are easy materials to haft haft-Professional
Professional haft-Professional finish is easily a-die, If you hire a seamstress, that
chieved With bias-cut welting ami ease of handling and the absenee?

squared-off scallops around tne of tricky irius will keep down th

sides.

.cost of making suck furnishings. :S

The fasbiue of mixing table set-

tiif colors, of combining pattem-

Buyinf one pair of stockincs at ed and solid colored dishes, is

a time is false economy. ajiji;wu esu-iurra in ir.e rl,!iuc ur,u.i

The Fiench people are finding buy three pairs so that when one Solid co'ona cups ani dowis. iotj

that the "Chain' has had a two-1 pops a run, you've the olfleri te tiairpie. i j reiii me ooir.inam ;

way efefcV One Frenchmen who' match up. . 'WW t?,.w F11". ; ..

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Ked deniaa t Ww-aad-whiU anaUreae tickUr carry out smart deeor for asaaJI extra rm.
Cwt ta salaiaoal; desi Is stsspilo, CverrthUc as washabA trosn eotlea carpeUaf to tton'a kos4s,

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THE STORY: Final kills Dawks the marshal with a

itnife and eludes the dead man's companion by Dretend-

Jnjg he is the marshal. He runs into, his friend Kramer,
She stablehand, who tells him Chuleh's bunch have got

! riflesr 'We've got to warn the women; and kids says

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I IF his mind hadn't been .taken

t up with more urgent matters, Jim
1 might have found it downright

chilly without a shirt. VTnejru,ug-

rrr to mnch us off." Kramer mum

hied, we'd better hike up this

.Miin -funnpl(f nut. of the dark.

drilling wood and dirtK whining off

Harder surtaces. inrougn una
I-arkpt Jim heard the man chuck-

le. "My old man fit with Maw the
biggest part of their lives without
ver winnm' more'n a couple of

kirmishes. Point is, he kept fight fight-in'.
in'. fight-in'. A man's gotta have prmci
. pies.! . ,". ;
Final swung past the hajter-

ahanked dun he'd been going, to
mount, thrusting the ; strap's t end
to Kramer along with the rop he
kad.put on the other, "I've, got

to have me a hull, 1
' : "Richthand wall .I'v gottem

M pegs,'' the stableman sighed,

lind drove another slug Into a
cluster of shadows he, didn't think
belonged beyond the edge pf the
corral.
f FinaF tejotnedl litnt with sear"

na Diamei wiiikd uc yui-uu ihc

dun then, reloaded' Dawks'1 pistol.
.They'irc dug jn behind that pay I"

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someone shouted. Off to the left a
rifle lifted its clamorv
Jim; Wheeling,, whipped a shot
toward the sound of the voice but

it ?was vwild lor the man, laced

the- night with' his. answering tire.

when it quit Final climbed into

miner. recovered : the .lead rope

and followed Kramer and his
batch of towed, horses ma scram

ble for the slope.

Behind them the night "was fill

ed with commotion.; Guns cracked

soitef ullyi Bullets whipepd through

the brush and the horse Jim was

leading wefltuji on its hind legs

screaming ana aroppea. "Keep
coins keep oingr' he .called.

Kramer,' muttering,, bulled a' way

through the thorny branches drag

King the -other horses after him

There -was no trad here but the

one he Was making .and if they

could not get 'the horses up they

would be in a first t- class bind and

no mistake.'. Final wished for .the

rifle Marcia had run -to Strunk

with." wondering if. the stableman

had throught to fetph a, saddle gun.

Looking 'down';, he could aistin-

nuish-little aside from gun flash

es,-this- poor"visibihty being main

ly the reason he. and Kramer were
still-alive. Someone was shooting

from .the baled alfalfa- pow. Two

others. alternately tiring, v. were

methodically' searching -the slope
with their lead.' Another r -horse
screamed somewhere above -and

fell thrashing,

There were men in the barn By

the sound they were' wrecking it.
He heart) doors go down the the-smashing
smashing the-smashing of Windows. ;' Flames
suddenly burst" through the roof

and his- hopes sanK. in., a matter

of moments it, wouia.De.' orignt as
day here. K
He pushed the. spent sheila from

DawKs'1 pistol, reloading. '
J' :-J;f 1 ",'J:.y :'":r': rt"'j':

' TINAL- stretched forward and

beat 'his' heelr asainfet- the .dun.

The beast didnt need any 'urging.

it wns !aiready putting everything

into the climb it had. Then a slug
struck the brass horn of Jim's sad
WIa Tlta' Hiiii n1hAl enokialinrf

lost its footing among the v rockr-

and -went to its knees, Final quit quitting
ting quitting his seat to yank the horse up

right. Miraculously the dun was

stm able to .stumble after him.

Tearing through: a tangle of cat-

elaw they came onto level ground

and presently it came Vto Jim

they'd got away from .he guns,.

Kramer was waiting in the dark

with two spare horses.'4'! got one

of them gun dummies," he grow

iea, pamng me siock'oi .4-1 40.
"Might be a smart deal to change

oft right now.T- 1

Thev rnnde the switch and

climbed into leather.- '"Whichi

way?" Kramer asked, 'passing

Jim one of the. lead ropes.

""I was "aiming to set back to

Skillet hut'", vH

This ain't no place to be s win-

gin ; our jaws! "- -, Kramer out

snurs to the 'ro?n- he was riding.

Final tagged after him laadina

the dun: Thev rode harnd for 10

minutes then dropped into a lope. A
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Havin' a connipshun."- ... :
.;"How'd you know about i those

. ".v By Sarnie Buckley ChisIolm.V
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-Mirg9 Jackson of Fort Kobbe 'regards "What's cooking?;' not as "a greeting but as a question. And although her

w,,rVkp, awui nor muigesuon u rnay-inciuaa nems mat couia; produce it, a taken .internally, l-urtner
wore, she is very likely to insist that unlikely things like under shorts, stretph sox, small, tools, 60 cycle washi
ng machines, and baseball bats In 60' portions for'terphaned of, abandoned boys at Escuela Vocational Justo Aro Aro-lemena
lemena Aro-lemena are the results of using -"Recetas del' Caribe,V the cookbook sponsored by the Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives;

There 1 is probably no person .in no dressers! mirror or chairs ex-

tne entire club membership wno cept the broken ones at the back

Knows more' about this cooKDooK'of the shop. -. . '. ; ;i
than does Marge, who was sales' There is one old-fashioned re

chairman for the first two editions frieerator in the kitchen and eat-

so it seems only natural that-she ing ,utensils are a tin plate and
now heads the Welfare Committee cup plus a tablespoon for ea ch
which is responsible for stretch- boy. .ten forks for the group but

ing: the' "dough' made by its use not even one knife. A single show-

by so many of the best- cooks. Now er stall and two commodes seen
this may ring forth the" observa-lthrough windows iri need of screen
tion from some that she is a glut-or by the inadequate light of long

ton for punishment, that is. bare bulbs banging from the ceil

j "Not so," says Mrs. Jackson, mg."

echoed by her committee who all

thoroughly enjoy cooking up all

TODAY DRIVE-IN TODAY
One of th most hum ston&
of love.:,ever filmedJever felt!

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sort 1 of wonderful concoctions from
improbably ingredients coupled
wit h seemingly insurmoutable

obstacles. v

Nearly every club has Its chart
ty or charities and many '- often
have a ceokbeok.- Some charities
even have mere than one ipont-or.--
When the Welfare Commit Committee
tee Committee of the Fort Kobbe Officers''
Wives', Club' set out to cheosea
-worthy way to provide welfare,
they 'were in accord concerning

.the untponsored ; Escwela Voca

t tonal Juste, Arosemena, among
.the specific, listed charity needs
-furnished- by Mn, Ceorglna de
Young, Point Four Representa

tive for Social services,

"The wood working shop is
destitute of small tools- but some
of the large electrical equipment
is In fair condition. Together with
the tools to teach a, trade are
also needed seme handy? fathers
with time on their hands. A recreation-
. room boasted a tiny;
bare table and a bookcase with'
a shelf of books that would ;tempt
no child to read. One mitt served
the group' who were r extremelv

proud of the baseball uniforms'

provided by the Lions' Club of
Pinimi," j

There Were so many needs that

it was inadvisable to trv to- at

tempt ta meet all of them so it

was aecided that the funds- voted

by the club go into recreational

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WHAT IS IT? Kellyt Jackson and Armando Martlnea are not
Bure 'What, they are supposed to do with the game Kelly's
: mother has brought for the orphaned boys of Justo Aroseme Arosemena
na Arosemena Vocational School Institute, outcome of tne older children
will soon show them. Kelly accompanied his mother on one nf

her' many trips' to -the home; and,' struck tip a friendship vith,
Armando who is the son of the Institute's cook Mrs. Martinez.''

Washing mirchines for this ".YTS. "u.f1"'" Jl. Jne' es

; k ...... 'xt- a- .us. w" ueiues 01 me ooys. inis

list of specific charity needs'"" ?.a,.rt rom he Jh f

T..mrtrv h.H- fAii.ri., kpn' Hnn T"""" macnines wnicn re-

mmAnZ . suKed in ; savings, for the school

month 'hicVwas- now a pro'hinv"1 Sn.T 'U8Cd repai" t0
tive- expenditure"' because of a re-r 5. i.i..' JL-i-ku.'... J '

cent cut v in funds. The boys .were

obliged to go- dirty except lor hand
laundry accomplished by maids
who were; almost "s .scarece as
the clothing was sparse.'-'
But down the list in No. 6 posi

tion. was the, longest paragraph of
all the sponsorship for the Justo

Arosemena Vocational School for

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Xhe monthly contribution from

the Fort.. Kobbe Officers' Wives'
Club comeS from sales of "Recetas

del Canbe'f but the Welfare Com-

miuee in aaauion to having a big
part in -the selling is weli-ss the

spending end have cooked up oth

er; projects lixe -t3undle for the
Boy' breakfast -which resulted in

a, column of contributions." An d

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"RECETAS" FAN Linda Johnson test tastes foe her mother f

Mrs.., Mize Johnson,' who is mixing cakes for a nartv tor th ti

boys' at Escuela Vocacional Justo Arosemena". The recipe,' of
i course, came from you-knpw-whe're,

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rjfr' yrr:r:t-rjj"rI "o.r.u1iWre were, tbAHyin' trios fate

good I between the g or 9 to m;;fP t
18, there was no, spohsor, ''wflatso.?" ""iLfJ.1 i n BUNDLES FOR BOYSf i-jMss. George Thv

ernmem or me Kepnnuc or rana-ltim j- : V 7;: s,r V
ma hid bn reduced to tio on n-r Um8. the, firms- to officially o-

r- --"T bt- fiAn '...'.:

projector was pr-

NEW EYE TOR BOT Remon Vergara poses with Ruth Harth,
Fran Mack and Gail Hynes -it his return :from hospital -with
his new glass eye bought by the Kobbe Officera' .wiv.' rinK

Hemon lost his eye when a playmate shot hitn with, a slingshot, f

rifles -I' y -' V- r

'Thats what I'm talkin about.

We got. the word three hours ago
from Grant.' Gov'ment supply
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Down' in' the barrens between

Lordsburg an'" ''ii.-v;
"You jnean to say :

"'"'Man, we've had it! Them rifles

ii only cart of it. They're got

your : name plastered, all over

lOwn. Five- hundred bucks dead

er alive for killin' some drifter.

; 4 FINAL pulled up and, presently

shrugging, siappea toe scraicnea
calf of leg with the rein ends.

The old shell game. He grin

ncd toughly, "But which is the dis

traction ?",,' '.-'. -,!"lt
.sure wasn't that coach,?
Kramer grunted. "Safferd stage
was stuck up east Of Bowie. Same
earmarks as all the rest of these
jobs. Mormon: bishop got his face
b'owed off' He was ridia' this
stag and accordin to Sceb
Dawka paekuf a. least three
thousand eaah." ,
"I'm more interested in
- "YouH be interested enough. J
Everybody knows Betain amt

paid ihcm Apaches lor that range

he s leased yet. Mere s toe Joker: i
la every one of these stage
stoppin' the lone wolf that'
been pullin' ft has used a double!
barreled sawed off a Greener,!

an you cam naraiy git Ltirra

kuid oj mere, tieems to've got rat

tled aa' left it Dehind."
--Vhat 1 want U know.
'Ybu better know about this.

Driver found this gun, turned k

ever to Dawks, borne gays have

come forward claim in irs Ben Ben-tain's
tain's Ben-tain's they've see it ever bis
mantel. And it's et his initials
scratched into the butt."

(TO CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

month for each child. These boys

are. trained for specific Jobs and
are placed "in these positions as

soon as they 'are capable of self

support. None is ever turned into
the street but kept until a job, is

obtainea.w:;j.;s;, j ) rx..-:u
Understaffed1 with additional
cuts and with ne sponsorship,
the- boys .had seen Christmas
come' end g with- only two gifts
te share .among them. They felt :
fortunate to have, a doctor don donate
ate donate his services each Saturday ;
for free' vitlfatlon and examine
tion. A Point Four Dietitian so--Pervited
the Inadequate diet, a I-:
belt at well balanced at poi poi-aible..'
aible..' poi-aible..' Arty; group interested In
sponsorship was encouraged 'te
visit and ultimately participate
in. dispensing- funds.
' In February the boys prepared

a program in honor of the ladies

who. went for a "look-see;" A tour

of the home and its facilities, (or
lack of them) made the trouo a-

ware ot the many, needs. T he
chairman wrote in her yearbook:;!

vantage -- 'white for- the kitchen.

yellow to brighten the dining, hall.'
And furniture I The dormitories

with rows of metal single beds

with worn-out -mattresses are al almost
most almost devoid of pillows. There, ere

A movie ereikctor i

leet for repair -and the b a v a

themselves began to r e pair
chairs and prepare separate liv living
ing living quarters for elder groups.. A
Bey Scout Troop has been start
ed und e rnusic instructor ; di
rects a rhythm band for the mu musically
sically musically Inclined. Eistir was
the "excuse" for one of a series
of parties with cake, ice cream
end coke.' V ; ,.. i, j i ,.,-- .v
The 'next in this series in a fun

in the sun field day at 'the Fort
Kobbe Beach with all the trim trimmings
mings trimmings including- "papas" at the

party. This will be on Saturday,
June 8; because school is now in

session,: .,"'.-. x .;

Five years aeo EseueTa -Vnra-

tionaL Justo Arosemena was a- cor

rectional institution. Now a voca vocational
tional vocational school it is the desire of

tnose in charge that it become a
real home to the boys that would

continue to teach vocations and a-

vocauons. ..There 1s an ureent need

for, a "housemother" but the near

est person in ;the Panamanian social-culture
that approximatei this

tamiuar figure in stateside schools

is the '"Inspector." And. 'accord

ing JW Miss Daphne Majorga, the

supervisor at the School from
Point Four,' to have a home there
should be a mother or a father.
A substitute is 4 sponsor with
laying qualities that are impos impossible
sible impossible to,.ahow with, statistics; only;

Thurmond, wife of Capt.

usselrts to the jseretarv nf t.hA .Tnst.n

Arosemena: Vocational Instftute for Orphaned and abandoned
. boys on behalf of the Ft Kobbe Officers' Wives Club.

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WELCOME HOME Jose Vergara Joins Daville and Baby Jose
in welcoming home big brother Remon. who has Just com
:'.','v' bac to Camajon.with his new-glass eye.!, -

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MTCHAS GRACIAS Mrs. Clifford Jackson, who Is In charge
of the Home For Boys -Pre ject, accepts floeers from Remon
Cicem.. Locking on is former director cf the home J. Her--and?i.
Remon, on of the orphans, has been flTen a srclal
scholartLl3 to fcelp On-f irar hla stupes ouuide tls school.

BOTS AT rtAT &-ys st T-acuela Vorador.al Justo Arosemena plar with balls in the eourU
rxTi,ZL tr;J?onJ-' Recreational equipment-U one ol the many contributions the Kotbe Ql'Jk-
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SOLVING THIS ONE'S A CIRCUS

-T- p i' t... -fRAVELERS on the Rock

(jive lour longuc a saiiva jlch i .whlch cw by lu

iJJJ!: Sound Reasoning Is Accessary

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REPEAT the foUowing aloud aa rapidly a poa- Thl meana that they need aharp eye. In tha atretcn
,lWt. of track above, tor Instance, where aU branch line
Four fat Frenchmen Wed feathered fowl, converge, thara ara only two eara bound for tha
'. Flva funnr fanner fad forty fraxalad foxea frosen tama deatinatloa,
hank. j Glva youraelf on minute and see if you can pick
Seven any aoldlera salting ealmoa eboulder to these two out
ahoulder. Remember, only two eara have exactly the aame
, Toiit sis thick arumba alt elx thick atlcka. tnarkinga. Which two?

--"HOUGH they may flock together, all birda make
1 distinctive aounde. What are our word for the
ounds of the following;:
-1, Owl 1 Crow t. Cockerel
' S. Raven 8. Geese ; t. Pigeon
g. Peacock Magpie Quafl
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YOU EITHER HAVE IT OR NOT, : Measuring Stickler
- . A - 4 nrrMDint nf numerical dai

NOVELTY PLACE-CARD

J I VHtT''AA -1 hi

npHSRS ara no weight limit to
1 this unuaual wboxing" contoat
becauaa It la primarily a test of
balance. Tou either have It or
you don't. : ' '
Two oonteatanta each place a
book of matches (or a email
matchbox, etc. on the back of
a closed hand. They stand at a
distance tufflclently great to an.
able them to touch the object
held by the opponent Object of
the came la to unseat the op opponent's
ponent's opponent's matchbook.' Thla must
be done without unseating your
own, of course.
If a gladiator succeed la dis dislodging
lodging dislodging his opponent's match
book but drops his own la. tha
process, tha opponent win.
A spelling Game ;

ANA GRAMBLES

' VfOTJ are gives a word and a a-I
I a-I letter and are required to
make a new word composed of.
the combined letters. For ex
' ample, "blame" unscrambled with
M la embalm.
1. Fas? with H la t
' g. Cmtto with T la ." T
' g, Toatea with I U t
, i. yotf with h la 't,
t V g. Cowm with V la 1 t
eeneja f TrWa f "eopaef t
; Hold That Line!

A NUMBER of numerical dea-

M ignttiona peculiar to specific
articles, materiala, etc, are stated
below. How many can you iden :
tifyt (Exam pi ev XT-Jewel a
watch; 6 TS a hat; etc.)
. A, 10-gallon
. B. .45 caliber
C. g4 ton........
D. ao-20 .....

E. g"x4 9
, F. Slg proof .............
O. 10-peany
, H.8.
. L M gauge, 15 denier ........
' 3. 89 point ......... ......
' K. la-hole .....
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PLANNING a
party r Here's
a simple design
' for making your
own place-carda.
See assembly di directions
rections directions below:

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Quick to Notice?

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O-JO Um elown

is In a frenzy.

He haa trained
nine animal and
a penguin to ap appear
pear appear in hla act
and they have all

disappeared. Can
you help him find
them?
They Include,
besldea the pen
guln:
f elephants
S monkeya ;
1 Hon
X aea '';
'1 bear ',
I talking dog
A you discover
them, check each
off with a pencil.
' Afterward, if
you have colored
pencil or cray-,
ona handy, aea
how neatly you
oan color tha
you've
colored it, see if
you can And the
animal again.

TM'Mm PWm DtJTY -IS CLEAR HERE

, 7 . thIS problem

1 h a a b a e a

rCLL everyone to look around
the room while you count B0.
- Next, aak them all to leave the

room while you: -make aome

- changes. After you have made

number of changes aucn at
- arranrin furniture, books,'

' Olv pcu" Trace the outUne of thjM Jgur a many
and paper and aak them to write 4 times a necesaary on thin cardboard or heavy
"wi whatweV change, they can paper. Do the aame with the atrip at bottom. Color
And. The winner, of oourae, i the ;each figure neaOy, then cut each one cut. v
ont having the greatest number .. SUt figure along solid black Knea (near arm)

7 of chanrea noted on the paper. ; and Insert name atnpa.

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made a 4 f S
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CAN you complete .the follow
lag word with the -help of
the given definitions? All have
even letter, three of which (the
aame in all initaneesTAN) ara
given, Example: the answer to
No. 1 1 TANGENT. Now see
I what you can do with the there.
TAN nil Touching
x TAN s x x Beatleas person
x X TAN x Lockjaw ;
xxx TAN x Mohammedan
queen
XX X X TAN Hardy
mi TAN Himalayan native
xxx TAN X Remote -x
X TAN X X Devilish f
x TAN x x.x Poeea ;:4 V

TAN X X x X Rage

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, stumping persona
tor yeara. WUllt
atump you? Tha
object 1 to clear
the board at left
' in four move.
, Select any let let-tared
tared let-tared ouster,
Jump It over an
' other and remove
-the Jumped piece.
. from the board.
Tou are asked to

clear the entire

board with exception of the center counter, I, which
must occupy ita preaent aquare, at finish, :.
Tou can, of course, Jump one, then another and
another, all in one aweep, aa in checker, and count
thta aji ana move. Move are vermiaslble horlaon-

w w 4 wuiy, verucauy man oii(uuujr.
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NO BUMPS ALLOWED IN THIS

CAN you duplicata the figure
above with one eontlnuoua
i- motion of your peneU T ; tiet'e

PiR sa game uiai speus acme
fun at a party, try thla: I
Prepare a aet of five or aix S S-aquare
aquare S-aquare diagram aa ahown above
for each player who la to partici participate
pate participate In the game. V.
To play, each player to turn
electa a letter of the alphabet.
Letter ao selected must ba In Inserted
serted Inserted by-all playera. They do
ao with thU obJecUve: to build
up aa many word aa poaalbl
acroaa and down aa in a croaa croaa-word
word croaa-word puasle. . :-'
When all M squares have been
filled, host or hostess tallica the
acorea. ',. Each two-letter: word

formed (either vertically or hort hort-aonUlly)
aonUlly) hort-aonUlly) counta two point;
three-letter word count three,
etc, .If two wprda appear on no

une, count me longest woro.

These are the rules which you

ara expected to follow? ; s ;
' 1. Usee ar aot te be cmsed.
a. tinea are aot to be retraced.
I. Coraera may toack.
f 4. Ton may begui anywhere.
1, A aolutloa la given elaewhere
is the page la case you fail. ;
''z-Iti iirtbe Future i,
A CERTAIN year which' liea
ahead may be found from
the following information rU di divided
vided divided by two, the result turned
upalde down and divided by S, and
left right aide up and divided by
t, and tha digit In the result are
reversed, the answer is IV What
year?' '. : ; :? i i
, Remember, it's a year to tha

future, not one that's past.

aawaui l Xi

frpAN "yfltf. mak
rlt; aafaly
; through thla
"d 9 4 g '"
arena without a
bump T That is to
aay. aa you d :
a pencil to trace
your way from m
the email arrow 1

at the bottom to v
thaaafetyaonekt.
" the center, with with-'"out
'"out with-'"out colliding with.
either of the two
, car presently po-
- eittoned oa the
track? 4 I :
;. Fortunately for.
you, both of these
can ar temper-
- arily out of ac-.;
; tion and must re-
; mala ratationary'
But on the other
hand, here' a some
bad newa? there' ;
a time limit to
your '1 negotiation,
of the course.
-Tou have but
1 oaAJWtfleMal ttVi

;get around before tta mas la charge abut off the
.' power. i '; s ;? u '' '"
J' Thla mean thaf you must proceed unhesltantly
-'through the course. '
vontu ma allow anv of the channela within

. r the diagram. CroeaUtg lines and retracing atepa are

tgamst trie ruiea, ec course.

Up-Down Brainwork Solve a Wise-Word Cryptogram j
A LADDER rest ajratost a a wrm Ahaorvation of Joaenh Conrad may be

wall, with it top projecting. Pi gtaA by deciphering thla substitution crypto
When tha foot of the ladder la gram, you can do it by discovering what letter
14 ft, from the wall, t ft project wtn gubsUtuted for tha original one.
:0ver 'the. top. When the foot of ,.. c ;,
the ladder la ft from the wall, rjMLQSa omZR' JTIVqOT 8QOAIR VGSF
g ft project over the top. How J v
high la tha wall. NrVq KBXNQZ. .1

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7I7JT i WOUD AFTER ANOTHER

HOLD THAT

IHfX!
. solcxiox ;
' Ton may have
discovered some
other answer or a
variation of thla

rotR-k?

r word to akele akele-ton
ton akele-ton form are pre pre-anted
anted pre-anted at the top
of the diagram
at right How
qutokly can you
oomplete them?
First Insert
each f: th "let

ter now showing
in tha -empty
ipaeea directly
dlreotly beneath
. them. For exam example,
ple, example, at top left
Insert O, in the
blank beneath it;
it; O to the threa
blank beneath
it" I to the four
blank beneath it
. Then,"'uaing a
, system of trial
and error toaert
letter that will
- aHtl mV ahorter

word. Trial letter must function to aa

entire vertical row. .That la, when Insert Insert-big
big Insert-big a letter to make a word, toaert it to
' the entire vertical row, 'If it is correct
' it will serve to make a word to each horl horl-,
, horl-, aontal row to which It appeara. :
It la not neceaaary to fill to the entire
- lower.: diagram to determine the key

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-nj careful of my boat" aay
D thii utOe boy to an unknown
figTir. To diaooveT the Identity
of thia myxteriou Intruder, draw
a line from dot 1 to dot x, etc.
' up to dot 8X Where two number
are beside one dot use the dot'
for both. Afterward, you soay
wish to ad colore to it

What Number Is It?
V7HXT U the arr.2et aunaber'
that can be divided by t.
10 and 13 with the rernainder a
la each ease? t T
Anawer in two sninutaa. 1

' By guoena Shtfftr
HOKIZONTAI.
' 1 The eighth book of the Old
Testament
-Plaee of bitter waters OEx.
, 15;23
10 Scheme. .t :
14 Opposite of aweather. i "'
15 Old-womanish. '
19 -Smooth. ' " -.
17 PUce where Jesus performed
hit fin miracle (Joha 1:11)
14 Name by which Simeon vil
; railed (Art 13:1)
14 Grafted herj ...
20- Babycats. ... f ; ;'
23 Revolved around. ; ir
34 Note la Guide a scale.
S Small stoves. ; i
24 Doltish, for lnUnee. r
2 Throuch whet animal did the
- Lord apeak te Balaam? tNum. t
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34 Vanquish
4 Cookinf utntila
! S-ehard curve. .-14
14 .-14 One ts piacbed according U -Saint
Mark. r
37 Japaseee sash. ., r ? ;
Nr was one
40 Biblical eity Cea 1JJ)
41 Race of fiants.
43 Land cast of Edea (Gen. CIO -44
UimoY ..
4 V Institute.
48 Couch-
7 The Lord commanded thev be
baked of toe Oour Lev. 24 S)
44 Aiior
51 Teer ef e fnoeflue. m -34
What the false prophet did te
the Lord people ttxes, U.10)
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pock rvsembliag alate.
ei V.ander.
42 Term of opprobrium CM at

64 March date. .- r
65 Town In Iowa. ; :!
64 Narrow boards.
47 The aecond book of the New
' Testament -;: ; i
r'V'':' VEBTICAX,' 'i I J
1 Ancient instrument of torttn-e..
.' 2 River Daniel saw to hi vision
" Dan. 6:2 v
J Canvas helter."
4 Furnace. ,'.'- i
5 Spiritual food. J '
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-7 Outfit v v --
6 Air raid aigaauv t. i
Egret . i r-t
10 GratifiM. "' r
11 Penitential season.:'.
12 Prefix: before.-' .
13 Necessity, ; ...
St Larfedeer. "l
23 Mount to which Barak west
' Jud. 4:12) :
S Ancient Jewish ascetic
24 Stain .... -; -7
Usage. 1' t ,",'.
58 retninine name. , ; ;
24 Viper. r
11 'Where the Philistine arrayed
- themselves for battle with the
" Israelite (1 Sam. 4,1) ...
IJ Pester.- ..-
13 Gathee. - '.', -SV
PnnUri meeeure
94 Heavenly rather. .' v
34 Go in. ; l
14 Slender bar. ;
It's Broken Meter
Te eee-aai of a afrike
i Add fioo-tasrd ton
Ta a aloe yea a see,
1 ti pvoeerfy icm.

44 Place where king David w as
abused by Shim el (2 Bam.
16:5)
44 Where an old prophet dwelt
1 XL 111) ...
47 Despicable fellow.
49 TryouU.

81 Name chosen for herself by
n .1- ni

naonu inuu
X B3 Mohammedan cleric.
83 Precise.
' 44 Narrow opening. ;
55 Musical pastaxe.
i 56 Always.
67 Piece of office furniture..

40 Anecdote

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words, but it la Interesting to note how
'many smaller word aerve to make up
Xtoe larger onea.; V
; One possible solution for each problem
1 given below. No fair peeking until
you've honestly tried.
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VV up-VV exd, more first and win
to five move. Can you alt to for
White?
Xing-else dues: White' first
aad last move are mad with
king.
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ON QERONIMO'S TRAHLo'retto Bush soothes'the aching tack of Dick Potter

? dyrlng break In 'an 80-mile Jeep derby over some of the southwest's roughest "- v ;
" terrain near Truth' or Consequences, N. M, Also competing iri,1he Jeep "jambo- b
t reemare spme cowboys, Korean .veterans and a cprinkling.of guided missile ex-- t ,l

. pens. Course parallels a erpentine trall once favored by Indian leader Gerommo."

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SAFER THAN THE SEA A group of Detroit youngsters decided it was safer to
sail on dry land after they built a do-it-yourself sailboat. Joe Loch, 11, is the
skipper4 of the craft and he's assisted by David Berry, 11, and Joe Pohzzi, 12.

'.tilt.

REIGNS OVER MOMTMARTRE Thl" aerial'i View :
catches a glimpse of the church of Sacr Coe'ur which -appears
to be ruling over the twisting streets and the
old buildings that make up the Montmartre in Paris.

BIRDS SING'TIS SPRING!

TF'YOU WERE ASKED to pick out a scene that symbolized the inn the shadows flit bv or eolfer taking a few practice swings be-

4- return of spring to the land, which one would it be? Our photog- fore teeing off at the public or private' course. Others' might be the
rapher came up with these as being among his favorites. Of course, bright-eyed look of a spring bride or the weary expression of some-: J
there are others kids skipping rope in the neighborhood -school- one caught in the midst of the annual cleanup, paint-op "routine
yard, a boy and his dog walking down a country road while watch- Spring is the bugler, who awakens the months from their slumber ;

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BOUNDING BEAUTIES Sunbathers rarely get the treat this fellow is? getting uA -y
I these beauties cavort. on the sands of Miamt Beach. Fla." The'cirls": all from Cani : ''

da, are (from left) Jacqueline Irvings,1Edelayne 'Brandt arJB Oldyna Uynowska. ;A'

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KING-SIZED CAPS At Chermelview, Tex the caps of these reactors look like
World War I helmets hung on a. rack. Actually, they help icy produce buta butadiene,
diene, butadiene, a gas used in making synthetic ruttcr.Flant also makes aviation gasoline.

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LOOKING LIKE A RICH TOURIST loaded with binoculars and cameras .war Accounting Divl Divl-,'sion's
,'sion's Divl-,'sion's Daile D. Keigley seen with Mrs. Keigley and their children, Richard and Ann. .Mrs.
Keigley. was host for the ride as a new schoolteacher. ,

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tEAVING PEDRO tSGUEL and entering Caillard Cut the sky was bright, the clouds were
pretty and there were plenty of ships io ee. . .,

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NEW EMPLOYES watched from the ferry as they saw the British ship ahead towed fcy tour

locomotives on the locks walls h!h abT menu rote nare at voin norm.
n i tin k'ltn'

ALSO FROM GORGAS were Dr. Rodrljo Arosemena and A

uitusovcr au inarut, uiir jnuiucriii-isw mi, i;. noaewaia :
, and Dr. and Mrs. Lynn 0. McGIynn. t

Free PC Cruise,

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By RALPH K. SKINNER
When ths PnCanal .elves .some

thing-away, it's news.
So when I heard about the free

coffee, aud soft drinks,-fd tend'

wiches, and .ice cream, ana a tree
rida from Balboa to Ga m boa

through the. two sets of locks, it

sounded UKe a auppiemeni siory.
And here we are,

The invitations went to all TJ-

nited States employes of the Com

pany and Government organization
hired since July 1, 1956. They were

there were free sandwiches, free
soft drinks and gallons of free cof coffee.
fee. coffee. ..,,
It was 'not yet nine o'clock and
pretty early for lunch according to
my dictates, but there-everything
was. And tue free lunch continued
until Gamboa and 12:30 w era

reached. . O

I ater in the morning refrigerat refrigerated
ed refrigerated cases of ice cream appeared.
Three different flavors. All t h
kids (from S to 63) ate, their fill.
No ona stood over the case; to
ration tl.e ice cream. ""Help your your-self,
self, your-self, everyone, it's a real home

told to brine the wife and kiddies picnic" seemed to be the motto.

if they wished. Many did.., ., As one who had made many

The Personnel Bureau- arrangea trips vnrougn ine cut aooara in

the trip, and they did a good Job,

The usual paternalism was nota notably
bly notably lacking. Regimentation was
out the window.

for example, as soon as. the

couple- of hundred guests aboard pies,

the terryboat resident rorras got

ferryboats carrying tourists, this

trip was a welcome cnange. 4 ;
The principal reason was the a-
mount of voung people aboard.

children and young .married cou-

To have money enough to be A

away from the dock at v- Balboa, genuine tourist usually carried a

fii-"tt vl fruii-il tit's!

IF MSGT. LLOYD A. BEERS hadn't closed hts eyes, this pic picture
ture picture of him with Mrs. Byera, sea 'Trip" and dau(hter Beryl
miaht bar been ea the cover. Background Is control tower
at Mlre

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V Zone, is seen with Mrs. Little, and two of their four children;,
V L to r, the children are Mary Elizabeth and Lynn Cecilia Little,
J.;:-, and a rlend Christine Mitfon, t,-. :-

M7i Refreshments

,f requirement'- of "three scores

- years and ten" or thereabouts, or
- -at least, that's how many of these

, super-duDer cruises aooear.

- Good-l.joking, healthy, happy
' young people predominated on his

, ferry beat trip. -:

'', Normally, the tourists' only' get

r tne streamline trip from Pedro Mi Mi-.
. Mi-. fuel to Camboa through the Cut.

The ney temployes went all the

way irom saiooa io uamooa,
I recall hearing that the Satur Satur-day
day Satur-day of jthe trip had the heaviest
' traffie in many months.; Jn fact,
i .f- Cant." Warher S. Rodimon. Marine

Director, told me' it would h a v e

; Been tar more convenient to have

traffie came, "and the passengers

had the cruise ; any other time.

But the1 date-was set, the; heavy

traffie came, and the passengers
saw the Panama Canal at peak

activity.' t r' ;v T- ;
,. Before v ac h 1 h g Mfraflores
t Locks, the Canal employes aboard
' were shooting pictures of French
V gunboats,' ultra t modern Italian

freighters,' and other, users of the

great waterway. -,..
It was interesting to see the
linesmen, vested a la Mae West,
come out to put a line aboard the
ship, and then pass the heavy ca cables
bles cables to the towing locomotives, bet better
ter better known as mules. ;
For those who had been' 'over

Miraflon-s Bridge many times,
but never under it, it was a thrill
to see: the great span slip smooth smoothly
ly smoothly and silently to one side and let
the shipping through;-"' .--;rt:'v" r
- One of the pictures on this page.

shows folks way up on top of the
bridge looking down and waving

as the passengers on tne ierry

watched the British freighter' a-

head beiri?, towed into the ; i o c it

Chamber" byjour mules.
Just like a. regular tourist Jaunt,

this ferry ? -hfd veteran tourist
guide Max Hart to tell folks what
they saw, -what it cost, when it

was puui, ana now. n wuicu.

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THE' 12 PERSONNEL BUREAU EMPLOYES and their, families- who are either new employes or
were involved officially in the outing. L to r, front row, Trip- Byers, Lloyd A.; ByersV Edward ;
M. Silver, Robert S. Jeffrey, William D. Young,. Thomas C. Peterson, Lloyd D. Murphy, Otte',
W. Helmerichs, Daniel J, Paolucci, Edward A. Doolan, Maxwell T. Smith, and Loron B. Burn Burn-ham.
ham. Burn-ham. ; Standing, 1 to r, Beryl Byers, Mrs, Alice Silver, Mrs. Virginia M. Young, Mrs, Barbara
E. Byers, Mrs. Blanca Davidson, Mrs. Barbara D; Peterson, rMrs."Marie F; Helmerichs, Mrs,.,

Lois Paolucci, Miss Beverly Ann Smith, Mrs. Lucille L, Smith; and Mrs.. Jfcieanor uumnam.

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tJNV ICTUS,
' By William Ernest Henley
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t Out ol the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable souL
In the fell clutch of circumstance
. I have not winced nor cried aloud. ,.
Under' the bludgeonings of chance
nMj head is' bloody, but unbowed; v
Beyond this place of wrath and tears1?:
Looms but the horror of the shade, v
- Any yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find me, unafraid...-

It matters not how straltfsthe gate, ?
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.

The Ycdiingtori L2criyGo-Rcu::d

NON SUM QUAL1S ERAM BONAE SUB
REGNO CYNARAE r
By Ernest Dawson
Last night, ah, yesternight, betwixt her lip and mint
There fell thy shadow, Cynaral thy breath was shed
Upon my soul between the kisses and the wine;
And I was desolate and sick of an old passion,
Yea, I was desolate arid bowed my head: ..,
I have been faithful to thee, Cynara In my fashion.
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All night upon mine heart I felt her warm heart beat.
Night-long within mine arms in love and sleep she lay;
Surelr the kisses of bet bought red mouth were sweet;
But I was desolate and sick of an old passion.
When I awoke and found the dawn was gray:
I have been faithful to thee, Cynara! in my fashion.
I have forgot much, Cynara 1 gone with the wind,
Flung roses, roses riotously with the throng,
Dancing, to put thy pale, lost lilies out of mind;
But I was desolate and sick of an old passion,
yea. all the time, because the dance was long:
1 have been faithful to thee, Cynarat In my fashion.
I cried for madder music and for stronger wine,
But when the feast Is finished and the lamps expire,
Then falls thy shadow, Cynaraf the night is thine;
And I am desolate and sick of an old passion,
Yea hungry for the line of my desire:
1 have been faithful to thee, Cynaral in my fashion.

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ttet ymm vould sostaiiv injuries er be killed ks aa injury-prv
curing eras sutk s the staged accMeat pictured sbev,. Ac Ac-cvrtfw
cvrtfw Ac-cvrtfw to the Cmttt Autonolive Crash lajury Reseenk
cea4er a New York CKy, 29 per eeat el ia)uries eeeur after
eccupaate are UMrewa out; i$ per rent are eauMd by atrikatf
objects inside ear; and atere the katf of Um cars a wlucls
injuries occur are going ten than 40 aniles aa Hour, la the
hole seriee tae aesseacert doer was removed o Urn waMd

ear to give a clear view of the reactia of a duatsay lanew).

The whito car w traveling 37 tn.p.h.

WASHINGTON Joe McCarthy

telephoned me some days before

ne cued. He and I bad not convers

ed since I found myself looking
into bis face,1 arms pinned to
side, in the men's cloakroom of

the Sulgrave Club. We were sep separated
arated separated by the Vice President, of

the United States.

Seven years had .passed. Suddden-

ly I picked up the : telephone to

hear cherry voice as if noth

ine Lad ver happened.

-"Drew." said the voice, this is

Joe McCarthy. Are you sitting,!

down?"
"Yes.w I replied, also as if no

thing had ever happened.

i'l wanted to make sure you

were sitting down, because if you

were standing up you would faint,

continued Joe, "I've just put your
. i ai n 1 t :

"I haven't always agreed with

your column,'';, he said. "but" in
this case I'm" sure it's completely
accurate, and I wanted to tell you

in -advance what I'd done so you

wouidn t faint. v

The column pertained to the dou-

blecross given Isrsel regarding her

witnorawaj from tne Gaza V, Strip

ana tne uuu ei Actaoa.

just- a short time before. Joe

had led- a Senate fight to keep

filmed TV report of mine on Is

rael from being shown in the Sen

ate caucus room. That was hew

perverse be could be.

.x -JOI WAS LONILY .:

I suppose ne one newspaperman

suffered more economically than

i aid from Joe McCarthy. But I

felt sorry for Joe in. these latter

years.

He had been so famous net

He was so lonely lately.

He used to walk through the

halls of Congress, i sheaf of hand

outs under his arm. offering them

to newspapermen, offering to pose

neiore we i v cameras.

But his press handouts hit the

wastepeper baskets and his face

didnt appear en TV any mere.-

Once the cameramen had lined

up outside his office clamoring for
"one more shot" Press associa associations
tions associations dogged bis footsteps, worked

in smits, never let him walk down
a corridor alone.- j

But now he walked alone. -That
was what killed Joe.
i-se ... I

fame is .a cruel tning. u; can

lift you up to the mountain tops.
It can forget you at the bottom.

It eaa exhilarate you with seeing
your name in headlines. It cm
leave you crushed) and Wondering

wny you are ail alone.

JOB'S FRIENDS FORGOT
la Joe's case he was foreotten

by the alleged friends who saw
the political importance of pinning
the Communist label on a Demo

cratic administration, -' '-.'. ;
It was not Father Ed mind
Walsh who was really responsible
for taking Joe vp on the mountain
top. 'V . I
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' True, be first planted the idbY
in Joe's mind, first told him that
the man who focused on Commu

nists in the State Department

would be come a national nero.

My attorney. Bill Roberts, was

present wnen t amer Walsh i and

Joe first talked.,; ;- (

- But the subsequent, absurd idea

that there were 205 card-carry

ing Communists known to the iSec-l

retary of 'State would have re remained
mained remained an absurd idea if certain
politicians and certain publishers
hadn't seen this as a heaven-sent
chance to pin the Communist label
on Dean Acbeson, thus puU down
20 years of Democratic rule. t
-."Suppose he finds only one Cora-

munist tne state department,"

said Bob Taft, who never lifted, a
finger t step Joe's wheh-huntiag.

Joe nescr did nnd that one com

munist ia the State Department.

He found tome in ether walks of

life. -r. :

But the one alleged Cemmnmst

in the State Department, Val Lor Lor-wia,
wia, Lor-wia, indict ed far denying he was
a CMamaaisf. was excused bv

none other than Attorney General

iProwntfl with an apology from

the court.

WHY' JOE COT ILL

Joe could have enjoyed fame

much longer if he had not made

the mistake of turning on the man

he helped out in the White House

When he did that, he lost news

paper support.

The big publishers who" once

gave him headlines suddenly gave
their' tero no more headlines. lie

was attacking Ike,.- Ike's army,

Ike's foreign policy. Ike and Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, he said, were soft on .Com

munism. ''W ':?,.

So Joe got the silent treatment.

and that was what really killed

him.

The J exhilarating stimulus of

the crowds, of the headlines, v of
the Kleig lights ruined Joe's ef

fectiveness in his earlier days.

The exhilaratinf stimulus of
alcohol' mine! his effectiventis
in recent days..,. -
In his last three weeks he was

on a whisky diet' He had been on
it before and gone to the hospital

three times in nine montbs. :
One he bad kicked a hospital

corpsman, nad been kept in re

straint," had sometimes been out
of his mind.

Perhsps he was haunted ; by
the Annie Lse Messes, the Val
Lerwtns, the John Services, and
John Carter; Vincents. s Perhsps
he saw them as he lay en. h I s

hospital b( crying out In the
Bioht.

They would have been justified
if they had come to haunt him.
I know something of the ridi ridicule,
cule, ridicule, the abuse, the anonymous

letters, the icathina phone calls.

the falling away of sponsors that
can come when a Senator takes
the privileged floor of the United
States Senate to call you a Com Communist.
munist. Communist. . -1

when he did.
- Toward the end he had begun to
revert to the McCarthy he was
when he first came to Washing-.-,,
ton,
Toward the endne also wrote
me a letter retracting that I was
ever pro-Communist. t
Toward the end, he had started

in vo( nnr apain fnr litthft hnsi.

ness, for the farmer, for little peo- I
pie. He had begun tor champion
little Isrsel. He was about to a- i

dopt another baby.

At I i..HAM.n4 .11 t. U.J

juv jijiiuwi iui va nil. uv ana

begun to make peace withujiis

Maker.--. ,

I'm afraid Joe wanted to die.
He would not have stuck to "his

diet of whisky had he wantedto
live, T

Had he lived, bad he forgotten

the heady, wine of headlines, had

he been content to be just another
Senator, he might have undone the
harm he did and become a Sena Senator
tor Senator who. truly deserved fame." V,

' Misguided Missiles Innovations

Switch Criticism Bicycle Paths

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By DOUGLAS LARS EN AND
KENNETH O.. GILMORB

the receiving line that jhe mm
should precede the lady. t ?
' It flabbergasted everyone be-' i
cause the accepted tradition is just
the reverse, -'w ,'. i
."Why it' just like asking the r
wife to open the door for the hus-
band,'? says one protocol expert.

umy explanation for bis order
was that .'"lobertson. thought hav having
ing having the, man go first would speed
up the Whole operation. There was
such confusion the switch haLthe

opposite effect. -i

WASHINGTON (NEA1 lfrs

Charles Wilson, colorful wife of

the colorful secretary of defense

ia coming up with the best lines at

parties these days. : .:Wv,
Other afternoon at a big recep

tion a friend asked her if she olan.
ned to accompany her husband on

hia trip to Patrick Air Force Base

in Florida to w,tch them lire some

nev guide jn issues,

At least four of the Pentagon's

top m issue experts were in the cir

cle listenins to ner talk. :

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",uear mr no, : sno iu, u
would be a waste of time because

everyone knows that those mis
siles never work.',' t j

-- HURRAH FOB the Ft. Myer of officers'
ficers' officers' club. It came, up with some
new ideas in food at a big reception

the other afternoon thrown by bee bee-retary
retary bee-retary of the Army Wilbur Brack
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; In the first place, the genius who

arranged the food placed n on a
dozen smaller tables all over the

ballroom to prevent the big jam

which always ; takes pisce wnen
there is only one food .table.,'
'Then there weresuch interesf-

ina items- as gigantic" bowl- ofi

freshly shucked oysters to be dip

ped in hot sauce, raw hamburger

mixid witn onions ana aeucious

spices, all sens of rare cneeses,

the best aruc notes ever servea u

this town and all the rare roast
beef anv nest could eat 1

Serving food like this keeps the, tua tion and the,, seem to think it's
alcohol consumption down. la good idea.,
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SINCE VICE PRESIDENT Nix- It will get big" boost in a couple

on moved te the relatively fashion- of weeks when Vice President Nix

PRESIDENT EISENHOWER
came ia for considerable, criticism -along
embassy row over a picture
and news story which came out of
Augusta, Ga., on Easter day.
The picture showed Ike with his
minister and the story reported -that
he was discussing golf.
'"With world church leaders and

other heads of state worrying a a-bout
bout a-bout world conditions on this seri-

ousiy religious day the President

could only talk about golf." says

one diplomat, reflecting the senti-

uxnu. vi many piners.. s, H i i-"
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THIS TOWN msy 'soon get soe-V

cial,-paveT bicycle paths through

its; parks and around its monu monuments
ments monuments and buildings. i, f: 1

v Couple of weeks ago an admini

stration official bought his kids a

couple of new bikes, only te discov

er that there was no safe place to

now them. : r ?

3 He's pressuring Z District ol ,Co

lumbia efficials te remedy the si-r

able Wesley Heights suburb it has

on beads a mass cycling tear ol
the city to celebrate the loth an-.

Real ; estate men with property? niversary ef the first bicycle built

m.the U.S.? : c

n the area of the VP's new borne

report that they havent seen such!

a boom since just after the war. THB MEXICAN EMBASSY just

Everybody--wanto to be -;aon s had a big party hononng famed
ighbor; it appears. A : : ILatia movie star Cantinflas ia con-'
The value of property has sky-inection with thj movie "Around

rocketed in -direct proportion.' to the World in as Days,"- fas whieh

its closeness to the Nixon home.

Conversely, the neighborhood hoi

left has sagged la value, tne real-.

tors report. v

he appears

RESIGNING Deputy Secretary

of Defense Reuben Robertson is

lesving behind a red hot proto-

col controversy which he created

at a recent oaxtv in bis honor.

Aa tha nartv rot under war: ho

instructed the milrtarr aides to m-tlas speaks with authority est

form: all couples passing through an bject.

'What did yoi- think ef the mo movie?''
vie?'' movie?'' Cantinflas ssked Supreme
Court Justice William 0. Douglas
who attended the affair.

"Didn't see the wtfvie, Deuglat

replied, "but 99 dsys seemr Lke
an awful long time for the trip."

WorM traveler that Be h, Doug-

thiS

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Limousme Phones
By PETER EDSOIJ

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f C WASHINGTON (NEA) One of

J ','-- the fancier gadgets which the 10
- top secretaries in President Eisen

hower's Cabinet' have to play with
is the private telephone in t b e

: back seat o? each of their Hmou-

sines- Half a dozen other top White

House officials who sit in on the

Cabinet meetings have

't phones, too. :
j They're all hooked lip by short

.wave rauio luruugn nig muuue tel telephone
ephone telephone Her vie which i part of

'f the Chesapeake and Potomac Tel-
ephone to. system in the greater
- Washington area.

Ji-.v,-Firr- If it ever became necessary to

do so,"ra flt Cabinet meeting
Could be held while the P r e s i-
jtnt am a the secretaries were
, ,; seated in their limousines, tra tra-t
t tra-t veling in a dozen different direct

tions. A conference call would

do the trick,

bawling out for seme dereliction
that the secretary may have not-,
ed while reading his morning pa
per seated comfortably m the
car,-,, i, j i

" WHAT'S WORSE, a secretary's
Office may even call him while

t h e s e he's on his way home after a

". i . t .

nan day. He can De told to come
tack ana sign his mail, or that

Congressman Zilch is on the phone

and won t hang up UU he gets as

surance he can have that dam he

wants, or that airport
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A secretary's wife, knowing the

extension number of the ? timou

sine, could even call him and tell

him not to forget hi rubbers or

10 pick .p a pound of hamburgtr

on the way home.

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tit's a" kind of ultramodern par party
ty party line, Everybody en it can list-'
en in to everything every ether
Subscriber is saying. -In this re respect,
spect, respect, the security ef ; the sys system
tem system iwtt tee good. But the fre

quency Is secret.

Alt a vicious installation,': in a

war. tt never lets a men oiuciat

get completely away irora a tele

phone to remind him ef his many

troubles; He can't completely re

lax and enjoy the scenery know-

ins tnero ?. pnone nanay mat may

ring. Fortunately, these govern government
ment government limousine phones seldom do.

- It won't do the average citizen

Fact of the matter is hat hese crank any good to try to call

i one uf : these officials while
he's out Joy riding.' The limousine

limousine telephones 'are .little us

' ed. Some of the cabinet members

" feel a. bit silly about having them,
. and wish they didn't ;

" ONI OFFICIAL,' whose name is

- wthheM, got sore the firstt ime

He tried to use ft because he

couldn't get bis call "through. He

hasn't touched it since. -s

' But, on occasion, the limousine
'phones have been useful. The
- White House has caught a few of of-,
, of-, ficials on the way to -the ? airport
and dragged them back to handle

phone numbers aren't listed m the
phone book. And unlisted numbers

are never given out.
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Te pi N from the- Umew Umew-sine,
sine, Umew-sine, the official merely lifts his
receiver and gets Jhe m e b 1 1 e
service exchange, Then he can
call whatever number he wants
In the regflar telephone sys-'em.

f4

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V The system' was installed ; for

the Operation Alert civil -defense

test last year. There was no pnbn
city at the time. But the installa

tions were made at the suggestion

of the Office of Defense MobUiza

won, whieb ran the exercise, to

keep in touch with Cabinet officers

as they were speeding to their ;e

mergency hideout headquarters.
T When there Is no such simulat simulated
ed simulated attack by 1(00 Rytslen atom atomic
ic atomic bombert, the phones' can be
used by Cabinet m e m b r a to
call. their offices. They can be
connected through their, depart departmental
mental departmental switchboards to any sv-

may

f bordmate who

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' COST OF THIS convenience to!

the taxpayers is $25 for each in installation
stallation installation plus $15 a, month for

service, with a $7 a month gua guarantee
rantee guarantee which entitles each phone

to 120 units of service a month

One unit of service coits five

cents. Ar three-minute" call from
a limousine to a local land-based

nhone is six units or 30 cents

That means 20 such calls a month

for the service charge. ;
. Adntional calls cost extra-. 1 Li

mousine4o-limouslne calls cost

more. Limousine to ship -or air aircraft
craft aircraft phones cost more, as do
long-distance calls. j v tsf

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BONUS BABY CASHES IN-Jnes Christopher Owens, 'M years ia. one u 7
ffGenfral Electri 3W00 stockholders, receives hia quarterly dividend Jrm MissJoyc
Maau re- at the Schenectady, N.Y offices. Jimmy has been a share owner all of his life because
h! barton rt tne" mpafiy'. 75th anniversary, Oct. 15 M53.; Children bJWkfd
that day each received five shares of GE stock. The stock has since been split o Jimmy antf th
-obcZs- bAies each, own 15 shares and are sharing with other. tockholder niorejhan
43 Uion dollars in dividends distributed during the recent annual stockholders' meeting.

WatterWiricKelliln' NetvlYork

THE BROADWAY LIGHTS

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But If he wanted to"' Secretary

of State John Foster Dulles could

call-up Moscow front his hmou
sine and ask 'em now the weath

er was over there.

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-A MITCH IN THE HIKE The hitch to giving W trainer :

K. W. Bams a ride is that his 720-pound India Chinchilla bear, j
"Kelly" goes along, toe. Barns and the bear are hitchhiking
across Florida and Barns says the bear gets more ride often
than he doe. In nhoto. the pair waits hopefully at West Palm

. Beaca. for saotariat who'd Jike U teU a "shattjtear ftory.t,

Fott: Small foreign car owners need not atop.

Curtain Time: Eugene O'Neill's

A Moon for the Misbegotten" re

reived 5 split decision. Aisleman

Jnhn Chanman's maioritv bless-

inei "Another beautiful play by

O'Neill,'; conflicted with reviewer

Atkinson's estimate: 1 1 r e o

work.? However, the emoting by

Wendy Hiller Franchot Tone and
Cyril Cusach Is superb...The most
promissinf if the Broadway-bound
shooa armears to be t'New' Girl

to' Town," co-utarnng Gwen Ver-

don and Theima Ritter. It is to be
a the th Street Theater where
La Verdun triumphed hv "Damn

Yankee". -New Girt" (w 1 1 n

music bv Bob Merrill) was era

hraeed bv the Boston inspectors.

Varietv renorts it did "a fine $50,

800 in- i J iirst week". ."The
rci-nntact Man Alive" fstarrine

Dennia King) tried -out in Phuly,
wheie the tidines were not happy.

lit peipt The Barrymore here.;,

; ."The firs Gentleman' t waiter

Slezak) at the Belasco was Salut

ed foe its finery and sets with
the st and some ot the cast en-

invintf critical UDDraisat. but this

observer found a good part of it
onlv niLsly liverting. :Jt- w 1 1 1

hav( tn tFt the star's personal ap

peal as a crutch and two out. of

seven good notices; -to survive.

The season t most expensive

stra eht shjw It cost SIZ5.U0U to

In The Wings. Bobby "Hackett,

the maestro got a giggle- w i t h
the one about the teevee perform perform-rt
rt perform-rt wb: annlied for' a i marriage

license the other day: He- gave his

age as 2i 5. v .She- admitted to Zi.-

8, .A Copa gin was at ttirdiana

bragging -about her new rami
coat fHcw- do 1, look,"- she gur gurgled.
gled. gurgled. I .vGvUty! V heckled a false

friend. -. f k-tt'Tr'Z

The Kodaktors: "Fury at Show

down" in atypical frontier fable:
Quick-on-tbe trigger and low;'- on-

the-storv ."iteach for the bky.v
a British film .offers an inspiring

testimoniel to an RAF Ace. The

yarn hav wings. ."War Drums"
is a Civil War melodrama. Among

the casualties is killed- i me. ,.

"The Ride, Back" unreels one of

those psychological ; Westerns.

Freud rJes a horse. .."Tht Life

and Musio ol Guiseppe verca" is
recommei ded, to those who enjoy

loud oompah pah. ."The Buster
Keaion Story", comes to life when

Donald O'Connor recaptures the

deadnan nantoniimicry that enliv

ened the nickelodeon era. ."Afri

can .Manhunt" has Sam Fang and
Max Claw on another camera-worn

safari.

through NBC's "Cinderella' bal ballet.
let. ballet. One of the most beautiful
sights et the network week. . .'
Nething mspired'leuder laughter
then Sid Caesar's lampooning of
Mike Wallace cross examine,
tien of guests Caesar at his best
. .Sal Mlnee't acting in "Drum "Drummer
mer "Drummer Man" (a study of a a x s
musician was hep, hip, solid
and preHy need. ( .Kate Smith's
delightful sing e flinging was
highlighted .by her amusing
crossfire with Mrs. Goldberg. It
helped explain why Mr, G. re remains
mains remains entertarning and endear endearing.
ing. endearing. ...Martha Reundtree's
"Press Conference" is among
the superior programs that fea feature
ture feature tug-ef words. Stimulating
end intelligent. .The ABC cam cameras
eras cameras alertly caught Sugar Ray's
lightning lefthook knockout.-

Stairway to the Stars: i Harold

Rome's next will be a musical

version of the Marlene Dietrich

Western. "Destry Rides Again."

The lcacinp lady has not pet been

selected. Lisa Kirk? Besides all

that accredited talent she certain

ly 'has the legs for it, .It waj on-f then". La Sagan, who started

Iv about 2 years ago that Carroll

Baker (who cracked the Broadway
and Mov'etOwu heavens $- starring
in '"Baby' Doll" last year) applied

for a ianion modeling jon on iv
and wils rejected. e .Tenor Euro
StuartinOW clicking here, 'I was

turned drnvn for-a-role in the mo

vie named "The Black Hand."

Because- he 'didn't look Italian e-

lough.' W was born in Rome, I-

alv. .Then there s Angela Lans-

bury, the d'fnified leading lady in
Bert Lahrrs play, "Paradiso." She
failed to impress' as a' singer at
an audition- in Roseland. t R ex
Harrison (star of "My Fair La'

dy") keeps rtiiving to improve his!
role, -He-constantly makes chang

es. ; ,MTues Rovacs' cigars cy s t

DUD JW 4 WUHU. (

rency per .$ if you. buy it before
leaving the U.S. . For example
10.000 nesetas which mtst f 2S7 07

in Madrid can be purchased .in

.x ior ,;

ef "Stalin Is Alive" seat ad advance
vance advance tvblicity en the picture a a-broad.
broad. a-broad. II stars Lex Barker and
Zsa-Zsa Gabor. One British
newspatntr Inquiered: "Which of
them pUye Stalin?", t S e a g g-stress
stress g-stress Mickl Merle (of the fZieg fZieg-feld
feld fZieg-feld Follies" lended In the hes-
tital wtlh a black eye after a
satir i by a man. She got se
much pubMcity the wags wonder wondered
ed wondered if Tommy Manville didnt
think he wes marrying the wrong
"FolKes" girl. ..Headline:
"Tommy Manville Weds 10th
Wife." (The same old Tern with
a new Kitten). ..Novelist Fran Fran-ceise
ceise Fran-ceise S'jn recovering after a
miraculous escape (when- her
speeding eer crashed), told Pe Pe-ttrMii
ttrMii Pe-ttrMii (who interviewed her
here) why drove fast. "Be-"
vouse it is en escape you must
understMid. One leaves the earth

i

- The- TeieatrMieei Merge Fetv

teyn, the seep bubble fleeted

The Stery-Tt Iters: Gypsy Rose

Lee's new book. '"Gypsy .is a

readab'c memoir She discloses the

extentrf a -stnpsy-doodieri' sue

cess. Her home in Manhattan has

26 rioriis 7 baths and a pool in

the patio. r Any Old.PUce With
You" is another, entertaining tome.

.lie author is William K. Zinsser,

raovie critic .People who fight

typewrtcrs will rehsh director E E-lia
lia E-lia Kazan a uibute to authors in
Atlantic Maf azine. Scenarists,, he
stars. Onr of the breathlessly
exciting nieces in a long time is
"No Blade of Grass" in the Sate-

vepost. A shocker. William Saro-

yan, autnr or "Mama., .s Love
You," ht a new one out this
week iitled "Papa, You'ra Crazy".

Good Housekeeping penorms

a Dahlia service if you plan going

abroad, you get aaore xoreign coi

eur i ertoinwr neminvway, mmj
wind up as another Jemes Oean
The Irrfei'krentsla: "The Brain

Pickers'" (a novel by Hallie Bur-

f et t) will arrive in the Fall via
Julian Messrer, who predicts it
will do to publishers row what
"The Hu'-ksters"; did to Madison
Avcmie't ad agencies. .Rich Ma Maria
ria Maria Remarque's new novel, "The
Balck Obelisk,", is dedicated to
"PC" which are the initials of
bis long tim favorite, Paulette
Goddarl Ioc" Communist
headquererr (23 W. 26th Street)
cost thcn $50,00o!;'The seller was
millionaire Frederick -V. Field,
long sympathetic -to their cause. .-.
CoL -Parker ..the -master-mind a-

gent behind E Presley, will not
lake any capital gains deal (or
long term pay-oft) for his star.
Pays the higb bracket on the
nose.". .Eric Hodgins... author of
"Mr. Branding Builds His Dream

House," has been in H'wood on as assignment
signment assignment for Life. .That mag of offered
fered offered F. Sinatr its pages to, aw-

swot. Look's -current series. ;

Typewr'ter : Ribbons:' John Bar-

rvmor The thing that takes up

the least amount of time and caus causes
es causes the most trouble is sex. . An

on; Fame a scentless sunnow sunnow-er..
er.. sunnow-er.. .Render's Digest: Men may
mAp. irAllioiknt than flmn.

bit you never see a woman mar

rying a r?amb man because of his
shape. .Helen Hayes: Television
is controlled chaos. .Edna Fer--ber:
A womra can look both mor moral
al moral and exciting if she also looks
im i ......

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' GAMBOA RESIDENTS Mr. fetid Mrs. Al Mancinelli with their
daughtets Janice Lynne and Laurie Jo, thought the trip was
wonderful.
, r" 1 ;
Free Panama Canal Cruise

(Continued Irons race J)

was a real field day for everyone

. aboard..

There were plenty of chairs a-

' board bui most folks were so in interested
terested interested they kept roaming from
stem to-stern and up and down

the one way ladders (they eall

them stairways in Vermont and
Iowa!). .v :;..
. The weather was perfect. There
was a breze all the way and no

-one was .ae least bit warm. It

was a surprise to find out later
that it wa;. a record-breaking day
for heat, because we- didn't have
any on the ferry. . fc
There was considerable interest

. at the narrow point between Gold
Hill and Contractors Hill, and the
Paul bunyan steps cut into the

latter provoked comment. Every.

one wondered what the bulldozers
and earthmovers were doing on
the slope along the bank, just

through the cut.
While prowlinng around looking
for pictures, I saw a charming la lady
dy lady step gracefully out of her skirt

lor i sun tan in ner snorts., xnis

color movies cf the tripT hey
should nave some excellent shots

to show their. Balboa neighbors

I got a picture 'of Joe Queen
(his father calls him Jose Reina)

about- half down inside a cup of

coffee with tho spoon stickina out.

I wanted to use the picture and call
it "Coffee Break," but didn't have

space. His lather explained that

Joe likes coftee "out has trouble
drinking it, because the spoon

Keeps getting in ms eye.
. Up in the wheel house, the Ma

rine' Director and Mrs, Rodimon

were talking to Norman Terry

who has been master of the Pres Pres-ldente
ldente Pres-ldente P rras for 10 years. There

was a bl nk just as the flash bulb

went on, and another shot we

didn't use.
Up in the front of the ferry (I

don't thi"k they have a bow like

most ships) then were three pret pretty
ty pretty girls with -their hair waving in

the breeze: Gail Jenrick. P a 1 1 y

waters and uana-Shea out the
background was too mixed, up vte

An :n tn. stern., l caught .Jer

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aopealed to me as proof positive ry Welch talking with i. Barbara

that someone was really having aiw..wii iiui Ginger Young, and
good time and enjoying the trip i the Contactors Hill steps were in
as itwas meait to be enjoyed, rlthe background. There was Dale

I cot. her picture, with ner nun- jones ot-Jf ort lioDb who looked

:

Tdv and son. They were the William

' Garbers of Cristobal and the son
. was Tom. Garber is a schoolteach schoolteacher
er schoolteacher
- From then on, I shot pictures all
rover the boat. About 32 photos,
which was 20 more than I could

use.-So I tned to pick out the

cute .eating ice. cream. But I had
just too many pictures, and too lit little
tle little apace to use them.t,v i .-y

Funniest sight of the day was

when. the ferry passed a (una

boat going in the opposite direc

tion. In the- bait well on the after

deck, some brawny young fellow
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ft Sluggish
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14 Manila
hemp ," ,"-,
, ,"-, 19-Thick -r'
aoup 11
20 Rent
21 Outlet
22 Austra Australian
lian Australian beef-
' wood
" 25 With"
might f
24 Biblical
; .- word of
I contempt
i25 Region
: 26 Run off
1 2T Rodent
28 Bartering
Sir-Potential
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S3 Coterie
. 4 Realise
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ST Part of
k .."' doorway
S Dry
, 40 Fragrant
' Oil

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' snow
88 Mountain
: nymph
59 Killed C
60 Shrub
' hearing-'
edible -,
- berry
82 Venera
1 tion
84--Sea bird
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lisard
87 Heed
88 Denary
8-Chlckt

pea

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. ually -1-.
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tubers
105 Earthy
' deposit
108 One of
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Teindeer
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111 Robust
115 Mllkflsh
118 Rent

again

71 Desire 'a 117 Seething
73 Daughter 120 Remiss
, of s 121 Cut
; Demeter "j 123 8acred

ones which illustrated a cross sec-, was taking a bath. I presume

- tion of thoso aboard and what we
' could see. : :

t ie "bait had been used aU ready.

for the chap Was 'soaping himself

and throwing handuifs of water fr

yer his chest and shoulders.
Seeine some of the ferry boaters

waving to him, he displayed extra-

' i '.. On-the front cover you will see
" T two happy ladies. They -are Mrs.
.in Alexander, on the left, and

V Miss .Virginia Hollowell. In the trdinary aplomb. Instead of duck-

" distance hetween them is a med-iig into his bait well or- hiding

' ern Italian ship, La Grandiere. -J chind a towel, he vociferously
. i. touted gi ?etings and avcd.his
' The back' cover has Robert and hands at tre unexpected onlookers,
V Willie Friar in front of an unu-l ,v. :.
sual backdrop composed of a bigf Orchids the directors fit the
ntish fieizhter, with the control trip who cr.anged plans to include

tower ob the. left and an electric

" towing mule on the right in the
background Friar is an Army cap-.
.'.tain who went as the "family" of
his wife; who Is a PanCanal em employe.
ploye. employe. v,

an extra tjlf an hour. trio alons

the ciianffsi beyond, Gampoa.ij:

This kept .the guests nn ,- the

wind-swepi Channel until close to

tram time. tven m the few min-
ni0 waitn'if namhna tmlmn

'The"re rvere several Army menlti4 si-" stillness wilted folkt

On oanl ? tie guests of their perceptiKy, . : : 1
employe xv'ves. "".''".'' v ; ',.
:.!.-- ty - Concensus of opinion great
Among the many whose pictures ,trip. Ought to have more likr
I took ana didn't use because of tbatt o help poiple get acquamte
lack of space were Mr. and Mrs.fwith thenselv4i and with the Pa
Eugene lluasoh wh were shooting nsrat CanaL
mm Ma J.' -T..! i;l'.1 .;VV':. ''

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in ;
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84 Aldehyde
-derivative
55 Indite

18 Mountain v TO Clo-nt

treat c ; ting jacket

, Egyptian
- bull
125 Melody
128 Century
i plant .

128 Potura v;;
- clay
129 Presented
130 Die-
patched
131 Weaker
132 wMavlng ;
' thin, -t
' sharp rt
? tone
133 Herrinr
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134 Exemplar
of
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78 Daughter
of Nyx
; 80 System'::
82 Site of
the
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. 88 Mad -,-80
King .-
t. with v
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.: 83 Land of
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84 Headed (5
. 85 Purpose ;
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2 Mortal -'3
Muse .of
v lyric
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, 4 Hawaiian
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Furnished
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trivance
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bugle

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Shad
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' Compart- 81 Among
son (poetic)
42 Legislator -83 Prepare j
44 Noisy -' tot pub 1
sleeper llcation -$..
48 Beechnuts 84 Rant

48 Ironwood

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48 Token
49 Impartial
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grsse ,1'
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61 Place of
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utensil
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of animal
818ultor .; ....
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fruit
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bone
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10f8cope
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Maseeea
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TitepuK'' 118 Trust
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0 ITALY HAS PROHIBITED any further auto or mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle road races this year.. The decision" Is an
aftermath of the Mille" Mlglia auto race Sunday dur

ing which an accident killed li persons, auesaay,

O POLITICAL AGITATION CONTINUED In Panama ISRAEL HA3 POSTPONED plans to run a "test
during the week following Vice President Terms-. ship" through the Suez Canal. Israeli officials said
tocles Diaz' announcement of a break with President the would hold up the sailing of the vessel pending
KrnAstn da la Guardla Jr.. whom Diaz said was violat- united Nations Security Council debate on control of

ins- the dictates pf the National Patriotic coalition the canal. The decision to put the Egyptian blockade funeral services were held fpr the Marquis de Portago

AVirKji f ; ; ; i s s t : -- against israeu vessels us a pnysicai iesi now wm hwwii utiu wie iu ouier persons uueu wwu nut
In a manifesto under his own name, Diaz said he the council's debate requested by France and en- crashed 25 miles from the finish. ..'.,
had the support of prominent members of the CPN dorsed by Britain. .,,,.
and emphasized that his break was only, with De la Elsewhere in the Middle East King Hussein of Soon after .the funeral services, officials of the Ita Ita-Cuardia
Cuardia Ita-Cuardia and not with the party. s- Jordan said that Communist imperialism is replac- Han Automobile Club and the Italian Motorcycle Fed-
Immediately following Diaz! manifesto, Second Vice ,ing British imperialism in the area and he added eratlon informed the government that they had vol vol-Presldent
Presldent vol-Presldent Heraclio Barletta and a number of CPN as- j that Jordan will never, accept either brand. . untarily called off further road racing this year.-

semoJymen came out witn maiviauai suuemenuj m
favor of the administration. This was followed up dur- m the U.S., Assistant Secretary of State William

tag the .week witn 'demonstrations oi support, irom Kountree said that extremist leaders or Middle cast

, urovinriai and municiDal bodies of the party.

' The opposition National liberty Party so far has
remained silent and the rift in the CPN, but the
; Third Position, which refrained from going to
the polls in the last election, sa&d it would issue
manifesto analyzing the present "political crl-

- The possible Installation of a petroleum products j surrendering to .Egypt
factory near the Colon Free Zone continued to stir 308 to 259, f
n n imi pont.roversev durine the week. t j

Some sources are protesting the fact that Petroqui-
' mica, S.A. has been granted the franchise to occupy ;
; 25 hectares of the Free Zone at the rate of $1 a year. ;
' Arguments against the installation of the plant said
, It would be detrimental to, both the city of .Col6n and
the other firms In the Free Zone. ":
if Panama has reported a record harvest of sugar
cane, producing 46,970,500 pounds of sugar enough -to
suppy Panama and Canal Zone needs and export'
bout 6,000,000 pounds to the United "States and.pps-
: albly another 5,000,000 to other countries. , .,

Th poor economic situation of the city of Co Colon
lon Colon is being held as responsible for the success
of weekly raffles of coffins.
One local columnist commented on a report

' that coffins are also being sold on the easy-

ern nations who cooperate with Russia are naively

aiding Communist objectives. Rountree spoke In Dal-
las, Tex. -;, v ,.
' ; -;' The British House of Commons supported Prime
I Minister Harold Macmillan's Suez Canal policy by a re-

tassurmg 4a-vote margin,

Their move headed off what probably would have
been an official government ban, .--
The move quite probably means the Mllle Mlglia
never will be run again. . and that all other Toad
racing may be through in taly.

: U.S. Vice President Nixon and Mrs. Nixon were
among top officials who saw themselves lampoon lampooned
ed lampooned Thursday in the -annual stunt party of the
Women's National Press Club at Washington.

- Spanish nobleman sportsman Marquis Alfonso de
Portago and ten other persons were killed Sunday
when his flame-red racine car blew a tire and cata-

A laborite motion-, censuring the government for pulted at 90 mph into a crowd watching the classic

was defeated by-a vote of itauari rnousana Miie roaa race, mvo 01 iue vituun
i v : were children. , v '.

Police reported a number of other persons were in injured
jured injured by the somersaulting Ferrari Isports car and in
the stampede that followed the disaster, Scores -were
treated on the, scene, for minor injuries. '
Police said the dead Included De Portago, 21; Eddy
Nelson, his co-driver, and eight spectators.
The tragedy occurred In bright sunshine only 25
miles from the finish line of the gruelling race won
by Italy's Piero Taruffl in 1 hours, 27 minutes and
47 seconds. "1
STORY IN MAGAZINE
' r
, DelPortago, who only this week wrote ih the cur current
rent current issue of the American .magazine Sports Illus-
trated that "I am considered quite an expert on the
subject of going off the road," lost control about a
mile outside the village of Ouidizzolo1 on the circular
course. ,

A front tire blew on the Ferrari. It flattened a

Women reporters in grease-paint and costumes -put
on skits that showed what the country might
be like if it were run by women. The Marine band

- gave a hand with the music for tbe songs.
Among the characters portrayed were "Dwight
- Eisenhower," her assistant "Shermeen Adams,"
. "Hams Fostoria Dulles" other government offi-
eials. DwlghU decided "if all these people t
want to be president, maybe I'm not so eick after
r ; all..." t W
'Evangelist Billy Graham says his religious crusade
j Is on tbe verge of making a major break-through a a-i'
i' a-i' gainst sin in New York City. He said he was so en-.
: couraged that he would continue his seven-night-a-

week stand m Madison square Garden beyond tne

. t ... tt eveannfA ,i j-. m r..- on n. .1 ..j V- ..-..1 milestone and a teleerann Dole on tne left side oi tne

Z,0nians wonuereu wu .wt " " ott4" wwu MH .nrf Mt.n. nm...'.ltMI 9A ff lnA thm Into

payment plan, that the could use U slogan i

Dle now and pay later."

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OUnjKI' A. IW. saucewie ws uiwui vww -viioiu B giant, ouwiuur icvivi m iiuiict owmuuiu v fu Kniniv th Vtrrh .IH. nt th nanmnnt
Artaintf tviAm : tka .nnt nffiHai: who has been here th Pni nrniini fnr inonnn nprsnn tn t.h fall. h crowd lining the right side of tne pavement,

inre earlr in the week, arrived as representative for 0

the Senate Post Office and ClvU Service eoinmlttev.,Tjak wmantle city like Paris..;., add sprta weato-.'-,v.i,.- -c wai--hlui that u timved verv diffl-:
and is expected to leave Wednesday. ,r. .. and Its just too much for some people. , jj "obad tha 'Xof toe feSeral
His committee will be considering plans for imple- There's this big, smiling Finnish sailor for example. if 0S5 nUty tfte vlcUma' a moer oi tne ieaerai
jrtenting the labor provisions of the -1955 Rf-US Re'a 19 years old, looks something like the late movie ; ive. of tha''-vletirni''were; identified finallv as chil chil-Trpatv
Trpatv chil-Trpatv and Faucette. was sent here speclflcaUy to star James Dean, and smiles .all the time t mostly iveJ?5 "f"!!' Lae?J.?. i

Police on the scene said it was a "massacre."

3fhpr Information on the snot. 'at plrla

- Labor leaders both. JTrom. US, citizen groups and vvUhro Kukkamaa for that's his name missed
non-US -citizens have made arrangements to discuss ghlp when it sailed from Monrovia,' Liberia, last
'Vieir grievances with him. Whether Faucette would k v,eeK. And the Finnish Consul at Monrovia decided to
stay mum jip until Ijls departue, remained to be fy him to London by way of Paris. But Kukkamaa
. seen. f , ,. '. - slipped away from the plane at Paris and had him-

o sen a rune

brothers.

RUNNING THIRD

; De Portago was running third In the 295-car race
when he crashed.
He Was the son of a Spanish nobleman and an A-

merican mother who is believed to operate a chain

Aithnmrh onlv Ihre- firms out of 50 private com- ' "ic"cB" m""ie.r "'"'J

panics and ontractors operating on the Zone showed When he went broke, he turned up at the Finnish "SXvrhlm
&--jjr -afVJres sfsstssus twist sras
upon to pay a minimum of $1 an how for Jobs cover- But Kukkamaa smiled his way Tast guards an4 race driver, ..,,,...',.
edl by the Fair XaDof Standards Act. union men alrf 'tarted back : . f- the'race that hla

and tnat ne was racing xor

nnH.ai mm r MaatiniT nninn rvr l lrm im ihiiii ifi suit. vl-mj iri-jivhivtu uii sa, uua lAacii uai.& mi uir eaaa uvt w

they also had plans for organizing government work m and put under guard in ajwalting room, where (he ..ger.wai a jewel
ers in Panama , smiled at, airline hostesses. The ,to ttf & ,ieond

. .... -x i-i... m i i n....k Tin. M,..i . Kinnt : cnver i n.

Kpverai or. uie luiua wiucu uiu uui ,rcuu n

accident in the race. German

Goettineens smashed into a tree near

iria uui, steuui uuiiw rcwcu um ii.. : ..... j ..j .vi im

commented thatUhey '"Just weren't interested," but "? The last view of Kukkamaa was through -the win- v'"1 ". u"ceJ1," -,ui j.-,

indicated that they would not stand in the way -of : dow of the London plane, and he was still smiling

their employes snouid tney want to oeiong to a union, remmiscenuy. t.:;- w; ..!. rwf,r
' 'Sometime next week the Senate Appropriations,. Presidential 4 adviser. Harold Stassen took home

Cenomittee will act on a-request for one million 5, jiome encouraging news from the Jjondon disarma
Jllw ,l.li.k .sm BtAfnsiArfV k tftisa IYaii fnt ffiraB manf oAnfananMa ... .."..pl ,i

KILL OFF RACK

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dollars which was refused by the House for pre preliminary
liminary preliminary work on the. new high-level bridge across
the Panami Canal at Balboa. - 1
The Senate restored ; the request which was
lopped off by the House committee several weeks

ago. If passed, the approval for funds will tl1 i rouncil.

ment. conference,:

f stassen got to L Washington shortly before noon
Friday, for a conference with Secretary of State Dul Dulles.
les. Dulles. Later, he was expected to report to President

Elsenhower and perhaps to the National Security drivers,, and had been the hero of last winter's races

It appeared that De Portago's wreck would kill off
the race which has become a motor car classic since
1U Inception 24 years ago. Last year, seven persons
were killed In accidents in the race and there was
considerable pressure to cancel the annual event..

De Portago was considered one of the greatest race

- have to be acted upon by, a Joint House and Sen-

'' ate committee. i ,( f -a
The Canal was busy last month chalking up a -near-

record for transits as 905 snips oil ail sizes aai clas classes
ses classes made the trip through the Canal. Officials report-

at Sebring, Fla. He. had taken up bobsleddipg in re-

Stassen told newsmen on his 'arrival that tha cent years and barely missed winning an Olympic

United States and Russia are closer than ever before medal In the winter games last year.. ,
on what he called "a small cut" in manpower, arms .. ,,.
and military spending. -..!! -r,.. A godson and namesake of Spain's last king, Alfon-
. ., so XIII, De Portago had been keeping company with-

American actress Li' J la Christian, Xormer wife of

A i?ta? 01 : wns c"KO Power. There had been rumor, of an engaged

. Meanwhile, the Gatun Lake's water level was still betn built by a Panama firm for the Canal. It was ;tuat-: 'r

way down as low as 83.42 leet despite recent rain, given to nojaraieria rnnn, a sneet metai company Mlddleweleht Bobbv Bovd has earned hla third

Mormai ueywi is vwiioiucicu vj imwccu-w hu w w,vv w.. j ... -,
Xeet " o
. .; o -" The sixth Soviet ship to arrive In Canal waters
Civic Councilmen from local-rate communities were . this week was the Peter Tschaikowsky. Althoush "J

' considerably cheered by the news given them at a ; : the 42-man crew was denied shore leave, the ship

was tbe first time a Russian ship came alongside
at Cristobal since 1946. ;
.- i o '.:' .v v-;".- ;
y Heavy showers which heralded In the rainy sea-

He nledeed to help get contributions for a scholar- son was responsible for one old landmark the culpo

ehip fund which was sinking fast. Potter also promise tree at Red Tank falling by the wayside this week. J
rt hptt-r beach facilities to the local-rate communi- The famous three-hundred-year-old tree toprjled a--

ties, by suggesting that efforts be concentrated on, cross the road, causing a double car plleup on either He kept, crowding the favorite all the way.

Hideaway Beach since Fanan.was getting to De poi- siae, ana a tranic roaaDiocx xor over an nour.none

'recent shirtsleeve" conference that Gov. Potter would
see to it that a graduate of the Latin American School
ha nassed the CZ Jr. College entrance exam would

I attending come next fall, despite her money prob

lems.

straight victory on the comeback road. But,, it was

a rough job as Boyd came through with a split decl decl-sion
sion decl-sion over rugged Willie Vaughn at Chicago.
-Boyd" formerly was-number' one middleweight ton-
tender. He suffered a broken Jaw when Joey Oiardello
beat him last September 28. BotW beat two lesser op opponents
ponents opponents after his jaw healed. In Vaughn, he had a
tiger who had whipped Glardello in a bout called "no
contest" because of a scoring mistake.
Wednesday, Vaughn staggered Boyd with a' left to'
the body and a right to the head in the first round.

was hurt.

;- .. ; But, eoya iougnt naca at long range piling up
o -: : r..'.-,t.-t Dolnta with left labs to the head. And thrnimhnnt.

The U.S. Navy Is getting a new Admiral with the A 21-year-ld soldier lost both his legs after he was the middle rounds, Boyd hammered away with a two two-ffetirement
ffetirement two-ffetirement at his own request, of Rear Adm. Atkeson, run over by a moving train at Colon's Front Street fisted attack to the body. That, apparently, tired
- 25th Naval District commandant. Atkeson will be re- Station. He la Pfc. Frank N. Caputo An emergency Vaughn in the closing rounds and Boyd went on to
alaced by Rear Adm. Daniel V. Gallery, Jr. , i operation was performed on the hand of an- American win. However. Vaughn landed a hard right to 1 the
. o ; k. seaman, Joe Coeho when -he-was brought here by Jaw In the 10th and a solid left to the mill-section in
roclh. iirs tirAg.jp. jfo Mstory the Canal Co. has plane from his ship the tuna boat Ecuador. the ninth, .

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