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PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, MAY 26, MW
4 AW- i
' "let ifo ptople know th Imih er.J f? esaniry U 'Abt
..fe...... rmliftii ? y-
tTAiftt yb ziAVp ; An
debris-mtered scene ; in Ruskin Heights, Mo., After
and all of the others on this block, -
GENERATOR' REMOVAL1 Worluijenof the -Panama fuerza f
tuz Co. start removing damaged 6000 KW. generator which
, has caused reduction' In the company's capaclty.-.to- supply..-.
i' current" 'The' removal job was accomplished' In nln hours.
Fyt Technicians" To Repair
Generator In About 7 Days
Fueraa y Lua engineer! es-
tlmated yesterday : that the
damaged generators, which was
cut down tne company s ca ca-badty
badty ca-badty to supply current to Pan Panama
ama Panama City, will be back In opera operation
tion operation iA about one week, .f
' iThe announcement was made
after the technicians,' who had
srcCttUS BFCK John P.
the Teamsters Vnion, leaves
fter being elected
to the executive council, sue
rfdine the ousted Dave Beck.
J- i.-n p.edged the Teamsters
to ih our oa irty Unen."
i -T-3r5"TS" wj-ay- in mi m i H.il,l mi minwiw" 'liWJ'Ji'1 "'"l
' : ...... ::-:xJi??i
s V.... .;,:...ii-NW'1
holds her head
been working continuously since
10 Djn. rriday unui laie yesier
da afternoon, found the cause
of the short circuit which had
trown the generator out of ope operation.
ration. operation. 7
The damage was said to t
the breakage of one of the
main connections of the big
generator's electrical winding.
There was no other apparent
, damage, and company of officials
ficials officials estimated that it could
be repaired and put back into
service In approximately seveu
Although Several business es establishments
tablishments establishments have taken steps
to reduce their consumption of
electricity, company spokesmen
emphasized that customers are
till ureed to cut down use of
between 6.30 and
the damaged generator is back
in operation so that the com company
pany company will not Be forced to ration
its output of power.
Steal Collar :
ATLANTA. Uy 2S CUP) Mrs.
L. M. Psrker toU police the large titna are msking heroic sacrl-'
hroTi boxer she stitioned on hertjjees to remain loyal to their
"locked front porch to guard
hose while she away Thurt
ids y didn't even ktow bow to Uke
Tire of r,'rre. somtrme stoie s(sancis or miles in tne past lew
,'hsndfrr-fd bras nd aiivrr colUr -years to visit churches on both
aled at t200 oif the porch, she
l anguish as she views th.
Ti c t
tornaao -aemousnea 'Bt;
Ike OJoys New
, WASHINGTONr,. May 25 (UP)
-i-Presldent Eisenhower approv
ed today the new U.S. disarma
ment proposals to be submitted
when talks with Russia resume
in London oh Monday, '-
Secretary 61 State John Fos
ter Dulles said the proposal
should Drovide a "safeguard a
gainst sudden armea v auacn
and lead toward -ultimate re
duction of both tomlc and con
ventional arms, -,
Elsnhower Approved 'the new
proposals after a 2Vj-hour White
House meeting, xnuies, said tney
woum "!saieguara T.ne Tiiai m m-terests
terests m-terests of th United States."
He said they : also offer -reasonable
opportunity for tub
stantial progress'? ori- wavs Of
setting up safeguards "against
sudden, armed Attack. ;i;
V; At" toJy' .WjiltV HauM mtttJ
tnf (h PrMnt confif4 with
' hir 4irmamnt adviiar, Harold E,
Srnnr DulUir snd othir high f f-ficialt
ficialt f-ficialt on plant, which StMMn-will:
tak back: with him t Londaiu.' i
' Stassen leaves tomorrow for
me Jtsriusn eayitafi -v-! tri
Dulles, said Elsenhower '"laid
down a position j 'which Gov
Stassen will take" on his return."
Asked about Eisenhower's "o-
pen skies'! aerial inspection plan,
Dunes said the United states
sun stanas oy that.'-..,
YOUNGEST E 1 e a t e d to
three-star rank at the age of
50,' Vice Adm. George W. An-,
derson Jr, chief of sUff, Pa-'
ciflc Command, is the Navr's
youngest vice admiral. A 27
graduate of the Naval Academy,
Anderson ranks second to Adm.'
Felix B. Stump in the world's
largest military command. ;
-' WASHINGTON. May 53 (UP)
The historic axiom that the
Christian church thrives best
under persecution Is being prov
ed anew in modern Europe, a
Lutheran leader said today.:'
West of the Iron Curtain, said
Dr. Carl E. Lund-Quist of Oen-
eva, Switzerland, "the churches
are free-and half empty."
To the east, where Communist
LsflHtj tni.mmniti mm aril-
iy harassing reUelon. "Chrls-
faith. As executive secretary of
Uhe Luthern World Federation
Lund-Qulst has traveled thou-
sides of the Iron Curtain end in
Jmany countries I Asia axl A
'1 t l I I
House Prcvdls Over Senate .
WASHINGTON. War 25 (UP) i
Chairman Clarence Cannon of
the House Appropriations Com Committee
mittee Committee 'said today the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bill to build a bridge a a-cross
cross a-cross the canal at Balboa has
been deferred," not rejected. j
A joint House-Senate Confer Conference
ence Conference committee turned down
yesterday a Senate Bill appro appro-pritlng
pritlng appro-pritlng $1,000,000 for construe
tlon of the bridge.: The House
Appropriation committee earlier
this month had voted flown tne
appropriation. The 1955 Pan
ama-United States renewed
treaty calls for the construction
of such a bridge.
Cannon told the United Press
House members are aware the
bridge must be built. He added,
however that they felt there
was jio urgency. He declared the
appropriation bill will probably
come up again next Congress
and he voiced ; hope the bill
would then become law.
' Although the oxesenticost for
the bridge Is estimated at $1, $1,-000.000.
000.000. $1,-000.000. Cannon stated, the fi
nal amount will be much high
er. For this reason, he pointed
out, House members were not
inclined to go Into the matter
The'? House Appropriations
Committee' turned down the bill
before it ever got to the. floor.
The reason given at the time was
that "we should delay action un until
til until the Federal- treasury. is. in
Stassen Said Gaining Stature
As Chaliehqer-Fop Prew
. WASHINGTON,' May 25 (UP) I
The movement of Harold a. Bias Bias-sen
sen Bias-sen toward a new and important
position within the Republican
Party seems now to be an estab established
lished established fact. He has not reached,
it yet,' but Stassen is moving.
i The current issue of Newsweek
relates that president Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's appointments secretaryBer
nard M. Shanley, recently was
discussing privately some of the
Republican presidential possibil possibilities
ities possibilities for 1960. He mentioned sev several
eral several and added: -.-,
. -Yon would make a nig mis mistake
take mistake to underestimate Stassen 's ;
shllitv i a ramnairner.' A
Political writers who y' buried
Stassen last year after his flukey
ffort to prevent renomination Of
Vice President Rlehard M. Nixon
now -are taking another iook.
Rtajueit still is a lonv war from
a oosltion which, would enable
him to make a aubstantlal chal
lenge for the I960 Republican
presidential nomination. He has
nowerful political enemies in
cluding most conservative Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and, especially the
partisans of. Vice president Nix
on. . '
- Stassen'a" return from political
obscurity, of course must come
about wholly from his job as
United States disarmament ne negotiator.
gotiator. negotiator. For some weeks now he
has been receiving headline cred credit
it credit for some of the progress to toward
ward toward an armaments agreement
with the Kremlin. There has not
been much progress, .but even a
little has been enough to give
Stassen much-urgently needed
good publicity. 1 -' -
Stassen suddenly has what the
public relations experts call a
good press. Tne new xora raca-
eta investigation of the midl930s
created Thomas JE. Dewey as a
DoUtlcal figure. -.Television and
frlca Be U la the United; Stales this country's upsurge ct rellgl
to prepare for the assembly oflous interest.'
the Lutheran World red era tion
which will be held In Minnea Minneapolis
polis Minneapolis Aug. 15-J5.
L4-Qtthf id la litterSr
Hu lntsa OiriarUM art
twmtmtf tmnmt" Hh aoar-
oat !! tovhral at. Aawrica.
St IMM to coatAct fao leaMaa
m4 bWar. at was) at- Hx cawaat
oxaariaaca a laiaaaM eaanbai.
far U. $.' cIuh aMataanhio ta
taach eacartf-Waakiaf aaafca ia t
tmmm af traar aiatarial maiiT-
In the nations of Western Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, he -said, where living
ftandardi also are hlsh and.mar.y'i is million Lutherans are
where churches enloyahe same
freeoom and privileges as A-
mertcan churches. Ihere is roth
ing remoUIx-om.paiaWa" to
The Senate voted for the ap
propriation r at the urging of
Panama Canal- Company offi
cials who reminded that body
the bridge i was provided, for in
the treaty. However, since ap appropriation
propriation appropriation bills must be acted
upon by a joint House-Senate
conference committee before be
ing taken to the respective
chambers tor final votes, the
viewrof the House members won
over the Senate's position.
Says Cuban Navy
, HAVANA, May '25 (UP) An
attempted rebel landing in south southeastern'
eastern' southeastern' Cuba wis broken up by
loyal forcer today, naval h e a d d-ouarteri
ouarteri d-ouarteri announced ? v. ;
There was no immediate report
pf casualties." ( ( J-
" The .navy v announcement slid
the, rebels attempted to. land near
Cabonico ia revolt-ridden; Orient
prinet.-v.: C .o-v vi.....-4-..
Some 81) foes of President Ful
gencio Batista landed successfully
in the asme general area late last
year, and fled, into .the .rugged
Maestrf mountains, where they
ire still holed up., They were led
by Fidel Castro. r ,t
an 'expose of llnks-between local
governments and gamblers lifted
out otj tne 'crowd sen., sstes Jte Jte-fauver1,!
fauver1,! Jte-fauver1,! Tennessee-'
.Disarmament ir pie In.' the
sky, rich, flaky and far out of.
reach. Any American' whos
; name was substantially v asso associated
ciated associated with bringing that pie
: within reach of the voters
; would become a great political
..figure in the United States. He
would be hard te beat la a na national
tional national convention or in an
election, : :
t Stassen could be that Amer
lean.. The odds are-against hintJ
if for no other reason than that
he 1 dealing with the Russians.
He may not bring it off, proba probably
bly probably won't But these thoughts
surely are runnlne- through Stas-
sen's -mind He Is a politician
and he is ambitious, twice aa aggressive-candidate
for the Re Republican
publican Republican presidential nomination
three times elected governor of
Minnesota, He is now 60 years
C(ld. v f.-.m 'M'i
. The word In mid-wlntet was
that Stassea hoped to run- next
year for governor of pennsylva-j
ma. it was not possioie at mat
time to detect much of any Re Republican
publican Republican enthusiasm in Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania for Btassen's project. If
Stassen appeared next year, how
ever, in the role of the architect
of substantial world disarma disarmament
ment disarmament the enthusiasm of Penn Penn-.sylvania
.sylvania Penn-.sylvania Republicans might be
A : Republican governor of
Pennsylvania of course, would
have a respectable claim on. the
i860 Republican pre sidentlal
nomination. Considerinar his rec-
cord. that eeems to be what
Stranrer things have hap
pened, althoagh not efton.
"Attendance at most of the
rWestern European churches is
very low. The mass attitude to toward
ward toward religion teems to be gen gen-erslly
erslly gen-erslly oat ef Indifference," he
said. '- i
But even America's concern
with religion pales by compari comparison
son comparison with the "fervent attach
ment" of Eastern European
Christians to their
The greatest story In Protes
tantism today is tne eourase eourase-ous
ous eourase-ous resistance which Eaat Otr-
pttting up aealnst a tremendous, dren who reached confirmation
effort by the Communist ov-,it lat year tboet Communism
en-rr.Tit to rt Js desert i or tht church, : Lon4-ftult
tbAhiirch."h said, .isald.
f -1 4
Has Cc-npent ;
On Formosa Hiot
LONDON. May 25 (UP)
The London 'News ; Chronicle
said today; the anti-American
riots on Formosa appearea to ne
part, of a "general hostility" to
ward he united states, n saia
Americans must learn that
money- cannot purchase friend friendship
ship friendship '
' The News Chronicl said
: that Anti-Americanism is part
of the price the United: States
must pay for being the "top
nation", K ; t j t --..v
In a long editorial, the News
Chronicle v said the average
American i would link the For-
mosan riot to anti-American
Ism in BrlUin, France and other
counties. v t ' v
1 "This Is somethlnr the British
people at least can understand",
ft said. "Jt is part of the price
of being ''top nation." At the
beginning of the century, when
Britannia ruled the waves, we
were -often the subject of wide
- Britain,, it said .survived the
ordeal" and so will the .United
States fit it keeps its head.
, The News jChronicle i.aaid
that Americans "must grasp
..that y oa ,annot buy .friends
"with dollars. "JiT -,x--
.:: 'Tower .and-Influence ar not
popular, qualities and; l yovU
nanaer voo mucn ioi biuucs
an Amertcah weakness you will
not get very, tar In International
politics.! Among' nations',1 great-
aaoq laiw vi ; ...i.ij
V::I e:r?n:n tti:fs
0.1 Kremlin Leaders
J OW. Cermsnv: Msv' 25 (UP)
iWest Gerrhsny refused today to
abandon srnirW rermme
called on Rukiis to-state once and
for all its. price iof German re-uni-
f Bui despu'.the -growlnt shsrp shsrp-n'esi
n'esi shsrp-n'esi of political relation1-between
the two countries,; the Bonn gov government
ernment government nrepared to open trade
talks t with-Soviet leaders in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow June-15. v, i
"West Germsn leaders delivered
a' auick one-two punch at tne
Kremlin i Chancellor' Konrad A
denauer arnvea m new xors on
his wsy to twe dsys of talks with
The latest moves were publics-
tion of the new -"atomic" note de
livered by foreign Minister Hein Hein-rich
rich Hein-rich -von Brcntano to Soviet Am
bassador. Andrei Smirnov in Bonn
VMterdar. iad delivery of a 'new
note en reunification to the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin ly. Er.Wilhelm Hill, west
Germany! 'ambaiiador to Mos
cow. -. ': '. J
: I'At; fho ssrtie fhntv Brlfaln and
CormSny nnowncod agreement
In tendon to seek peeM dvl dvl-oomonr.
oomonr. dvl-oomonr. of iuMmI miiiiloa .and
mthm aMna of the fwfwro.
"Tho 'atomie note warned flat
lr that 'West Germiny would not
renounced itr all, time the -right
to srm tts oung army with atom-
irweapoLi. But tt aemea inai me
army had such welpons st pres present
ent present or bad ever asked for any.
It denied Soviet charges that West
Germany aad been transformed
into an itomic hae for the North
Atlintic Treaty Organization.
The tea ot.i new note on ye ye-unilication
unilication ye-unilication will not be- published
until Monday, but Bonn govern
ment sources ssid.it called on tne
Soviets' to rate dearly and finally
their prite for agreeing to reuni reunification
fication reunification of East and West Gertti-
kilaM at aaaai
wr" fai ti aaiaiaaiaat ta tak
tb ea-alla4 "crHI aaaHfiaaria
arti. iurh tayalty ta Ca
ataaiat pfiacialai ad ta Seviat
ania. aa a aaaaHtat far ta tfaaw
tiaaal rlt af ekarcb aaHKaaHaa
A ten-arer who refuses to
take tht oath Is warned that he
can to no further In school.
that fat will have no chance to
set a rood lab. and that his par
ents may be ousted irom ineir
homes and jobs.
trrit tht threats, only 4 per
cent cf the East German chil-
'Bs.4 1 i 1 Vt' aa ; y-' t,M,''',T j
j; Two top" AFL-CIO officials ort 6ut to arrive.;n t'
Canal Zon next Sunday for a four-day secret mission,
according to" word received today frornWashirigton.-ir:
I ne oniciais, Arnoia
sentativevof the American
and Municipal Employes (AFCSME) CIO-AFL, aod his
legal counsel, James Carroll, are coming here on what hc!
been termed "a very important mission," details of which
could not be revealed by labor representatives.
Meanwhi e. Harold W.
900, declared today that his
enactment of the Senate, bill
RP Treaty despite the fact
sions with which the union is
i 1Hi V .' I I
. It. was presumed on -the Zone
that the vlsltlnsr union officials
would conduct ani on-the-spot
invesugation that may nave
some bearing on the Implemen Implementation
tation Implementation .of the labor: provisions of
the treaty bui now being consia consia-ered
ered consia-ered by. Corurress.:''
Rerrie,. on tne otner nana, ae ae-clared
clared ae-clared that, Senate, t'- Bill 1850
"doe not contain exactly every every-thlngT
thlngT every-thlngT W&' organlsatiOn ; would
like to see inciuaea in me .legis .legis-lMnn
lMnn .legis-lMnn hn -nftld th local Union
had decided to go along with it
in tn hopes; tnar congress
would past the bill.' this year,
Rerrie. said that the Civil Serv
ice t retirement system-J as it
would now apply to non-UJ3. ci citizen
tizen citizen employes of the Canal com-
panv-eovemment Is also not en
tirely satisfactory; out again nis
organization Is going along with
it so that employes wiu start en
joying its coverage as soon,
possiBifl.i, ...-i. -r ,..-u. v v-;.-"
Rerrie added1 that his organ!'
zation could adopt an Attitude of
...11 nl-)nw" K.if Avnurifnr
shows that when a group- of peo-
"all or nothing" the re-
suit is usually nothing, he said.
1 Because of this, Rerrie said
' he la calling on all Canal Zone
i workers tt seriously review the
situation aa It now facet them
and throw their full support
, behind all the organisations,
' U.S. cltltea and von-U-S. clt
ten, to provide them with tht
necessary strength to repre represent
sent represent effectively all factions of
tht workers In tht Zone.
Ha said regardless of the chan-
1 !""''"' ,i''
Invasion' Of Cuba f
HAVANA, Tay- 2S-(UP) .-4
Cuban interior minister Santla Santla-co
co Santla-co Rev chanted today that for
mer president Carlos prlo Soca-
rras. now living la Miami, fi financed
nanced financed and enameered an "Inva
sion" of Cuba yesteroay by a z-
man revolutionary group, -. -
tfZZZrn 'SSSSl Bedwell. 21. 1. accused of rs3 rs3-inS
inS rs3-inS SLTh?Km XAnt tht Florida girl while woric-Lnize
lanaed .MvwuonnM on
coast of -revolt-ridden Onente
province near tht town of Ma Ma-yart
yart Ma-yart -." -
Rey, after a conference with
President Tulgenclo Batista,
claimed "tht landing was a fail
-Tt ,r.rrlerf llt by unrm-l
7l 5 fVT
M I iv urvr,V t w
peace, he said..' j ..., j
Army neaaquartera saia m a
communlqut that one of the
captured men said tht landing
party left Miami May 19. Tht
communlqut tuoted him at say saying
ing saying Socarras coached them to
say they came from Mexico if
they were captured.
The communique said the two
MMl UK WW
men claimed to oe enemies oi
Cuban Rebel Leader Fidel Castro
because "be Is aa ally
- MOXDAT, MAT XT
Mtttl: .. : LOW
I:M a-m. 1:11
z anoer interna iiwuut jr'?"
Rerrie, chairman of Local
union was urging the, eny
which implements tht US-
that there are certaio'previ
not totally in agreement,
s -, i
nels or avenues the workers rnny
want to use, their labor org-i-
zatlons -usually are expeoiea to,
carry on the fight fto:.he; bit bitter
ter bitter end." .- ' ;
Rerrie said LocaJ"800 Is oallint
a series of meetings to set forui
tht problems to the workers aM
to urge those who ire out of t,
union to pitch m and help ia
Sreparlng: a decent future t
lemselves-.',''' ''y :
Meetings afe scheduled i r t
Atlantic region, Oamboa t :
Balboa within the next couple cf
weeks. A meeting for Faralso has
been set for Thursday, June 6, st
the Service Center.
In addition Rerrie pointed
- out, the officers of Local SSH
IwiU meet next week to set
' dates for meetings with em employes
ployes employes of private firms on both
sides of tht Isthmus.
, Th first meetinsr will be held
0iih the Union's office in Cristobal
ior Atlantic bios emprajw vi
Canal Zone companies and con
tracting firms. The union will
combine the organization of ail
the workers In one overall or
ganizational drive, he stateo. ,
On Florida Cinrfl
CHICAGO. Way 25 (TJT
Florida kuthorltles wert -ad,'" 1'
today to, "come and get: I n nward
ward nward Bennie (the DUhwata V
Bedwell. one-time suspect in a
double murder .here, to-lace
charges of raping a 13-year-c:i ;
girl. .--.'--.'. .:
Bedwell's last hope of avoid-'
In txtraditlon ended ThuiJ'-'y
when Chief Justice .Wilbart.. i
Crowley of criminal eoujt trrrn--td
down his appeal in a snappy,'
.The Paris, Tenn.; -luirers i
broke down and cried when his
attorney, David BradshawM.tx BradshawM.tx-plained
plained BradshawM.tx-plained to him he would ngve tt
leave Chicago's Cook County :;i :;i-for
for :;i-for Florida..
Bradshaw had challenged f-
validity of the Florida rr it
i." r.ni.nn, th extxadlt:on;
r,BedwU was Identified as tht
aUeged rapist after .his pwir
appeared in Florida siewscrr'rt
in connecUon- with his co.'
slon to tht slaying of two ChU
cago sisters. Barbara uritcrj. iJ,
and Patricia. 13,
. . w i"" VV I
pudlated the confession and.Fis
all charge,,, l
That'll Teach; K r
Ta Believe Hiirfv
PENSACOLA, rla. Msy 25 tt
Monro Jack son Helms, 2. t
hu wife Thursday night
h wouldn't bebev I was
. .. T-. .L'l J ...
r- ": r- b
bor and drove kia wife to tc
-I taki aer l was crau. i
told police. "But the hiHM
heve me. So I shot her.
Mrs. Helms was reported n
enous condition. Detectivn
Helms. Charged with a:i-- I
murder, would be pUeed n-i'T
servstiot tt 9 if fee l
ika at keeps teig as.-
THE SKN,OAT AMERICAN
SUNDAY, MAY 28, 133?
, Years On The
It's Time ; For Her" Own Show, So.
i sNEW YORK (NEA "There come a time," says
tbisele MacKenzie, when-you have to Jump on board, or
Jelse the boat will sail without you." J
This is Gisele's year to jump on board. And what she's
Slumping on is the chance to star in her own show next fall,
-j komirii ttPoro 1-1 r Vtll.. trlf r rQHP An
waiter luur oaie auu owwu-c j.
June 3, she'll sing her Hit Parade swan- song,
fciseh? McKeiirie according to es
timates of Broadway students, has
j everything it takes for big time
v stjrdom. She is b e a u t i f u 1, of
course. She has a iine sense of
ctjnedy, 'And, for the final touch,
' she has Jack Benny in her corner.
, a 1 i
v It was on a personal appearance
tour and. later, on his TV show
fhaf th rpflt onmedic talents
hf the Drettv. dark haired Cana-
diatrgiri-were first exposed to the
public: On Hit Parade, in some, of
,; the little pantomime stories, she
. showed flashes of her humor. But
Benny gave her some good lines
and Situations and she overnight
Decaff:, name, to reckon, with.
; Jack has kept his eye on her.
He's actively interested in the suc suc-,
, suc-, cessjdf her show next fall, a show
she describes as "having no. form format
at format atTiH.','. Some weeks there, may
be ajtory fine; other weeks none.
Soflie weeks there may be 'guest
stars; other weeks none. Benny
figures it should be like his own in
that thettudience won't know what
toexpecf om week-'to week.
citgment and a Jittie oit of iappre iappre-heasiontoo.
heasiontoo. iappre-heasiontoo. It the fulfillment of
a Jbt oFwork for hei1; You tan't
say the fulfilment of a dream, be because
cause because She's not the kind of girl to
draVm or plan ahead. She works
. THE CANNES AWARD; WINNER
'THE BEST PICTURE OF JHE YEAR" ',
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things happen as
they Will. "'..
What almost) happened to her,
using that philosophy, is that she
almost became, a, concert violinisjt
against her will.
It was the dearest wish of her
parents -that she study the violin.
So she studied. And. studied. And
'''From the time I was 7 until I
was 20," she says, (,'I studied.-I
used to practice four or five hours
a day. But it was always a chore chore-something
something chore-something I did for my parents.
My teacher never thought I'd stick
to it. She always said there was
something in tny eye, .some gleam
or something." 1
What it was, perhaps, was the
gleam of life, Gisele was a norm normal
al normal kid and loved the things normal
kids love.. She went .to a conserva conservatory
tory conservatory for advanced training and
found the life "monastic."
"The other idks wohid work au
day," she says, "and then sit up
ajl night reading the Jife of some
cbmDoser.eiiiCodiant uve witn
such a single, mindednesS of pur purposed
posed purposed I always say I woulJ have
madf a poop nun.5' 3
. She liked popular musie, all this
time; She taught herself to play
the piano and she liked to sing.
And she was offered a job doing
both in Toronto. ..
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.'-i TAQUI DRUMS
'.' Also: -THE
Great Double Features!
TOWARD THE UNKNOWN
- Also: v,
; BABY DOLL x
'with Carroll Baker
ill-. ii-i. x w .m am i hin
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es The Boat
mr 4. f ft
This was the first time she had
to jump aboard, lest the boat sails
without her.; it meant turning ner
back on 13 years of violin train training
ing training and it meant which was infini
tely worse, disappointing her. par parent.
"I didn't hesitate a second for
myself," she says, "but I knew it
would hurt them. They. were heart heartbroken.,
broken., heartbroken., It took them a year to get
over it.", J. 0 . t
Even to this day, Gisele resists
efforts to .add violin, numbers to
Showing at Your Service
j) DIABLO HXS. 2:30 -yx
If 'Tyrone Power 4. ti
JTh Eddy Duchln Siory
'Monday "Steel Jnngie
MARGARITA :30, 6:15, 8
' "THE OPPOSITE SEX" J
, Mon. "The Young Guns"
PiA I h A A
1 & J LOU A
ALSO BHOWINO MONDAY!
PARAISO 0:15 0:25 k: LA BOCA 7:60
William Holden Olenn Ford
TROUP and PROFANE" FASTEST GUN ALTVE
SANTA CRUZ 1:05 CAMP BIERD 0:15 8:40
Rory Calhoun . Tyrone Power
Tllght To Hong Kong" "EDDY DUCHIN STORY"
her performances. She never prac-
tied Once you ve played.: s so
much, you-never fprgetv- ana
will only rarely show off her fid fiddling
dling fiddling ahill. '
"If I'dlkept u with the violin,"
she says, wryly, "perhaps today I
would be in the third chair of the
first violin desk of the ( Toronto
Symphony. And I'd be bitter, and
frustrated ,1- the kind, of. person
who drops the rosin; to get at attention."
tention." attention." ,? i-
Center Theatres Today
GAMBOA 7:0 v-" ""-"u
"MOBY DICK 'J-
Tuea. "Eddy Duchth Story
GATUN Z:30 7:00- .:
"STORM. CENTER" f
Tnea. "Creeping Unknown
CRISTOBAL 2:3f 7:00
0 Ray Milland ,
"THREE BRAVE MEN"
Also showing Monday!
2X0 4:30 6:30 8:30
THE FIRST TEXAN
, Also:.- ; 4.;
" The Indfctractiblev
'Blithe Spirit' All Set
For Wednesday At Clayton
; The coming of the rainy season
didn't dampen spirits whether
Noel Coward's "blithe" ones f or
otherwise as the Caribbean Play
ers entered their fourth week of
rehearsals this week for Mr. Cow
ard's urbane and witty eomedy
"Blithe Spirit." .,.-
VThe cast and production crow
ro working hard to ivo Broad -.way
touch to thoir first prosonta
tion which opens at the eld Fort
Clayton Theater Wednesday on
May 29 for four-day ongaga-
Pfc. Verner Mabrey of Service
Company, 20th Infantry, Fort Kob-
be, has been named stagr manag
er tor the production. Tne India
napolis, Indiana, native took an ac active
tive active part in high school dramatics
and arena productions in his home
Assisting Mabrey is Sp3 Bill
Collier, Post Headquarters. Ouarrv
Heights. He appeared in high
school productions in his home
town; of Pittsburg, Penn. and in
college productions at Harvard.
. Movie Actor y
V Pleads Guilly
y HOLLYWOOD, kay 2 (VP) -Anthony
actor, pleaded guilty today to
charges of assaulting a news pho photographer
tographer photographer who snapped a picture
ofhim and actres Shelley Winters.-
A. complaint was filled against
Franciosa by Los Angeles Herald
Express photographer Bill Walker
who charged the actor kicked his
camera and struck him.
The Incident took place April 19
outside a courtroom where Fran Fran-ciosa
ciosa Fran-ciosa and- Miss Winters, whnm h
later married in Nevada, had gone
io Qia unsuccessiuiiy on a home
they hbped to buy.
Municipal Judge Mark Brandl
permitted Franciosa to remain on
bail pending a probation hearing
and sentencing June 12.
' Franciosa objected to having his
picture taken .with Miss Winters
apparently because he had usjt
beendivorced by his first wife and
gossip had linked him to the blonde
Today Encanto .35, .20
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Today IDEAL ,25
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.-, Donnelle Keeney", "who had the
Sole of Mrs. Bradman, has with with-rawn
rawn with-rawn from tne casr oecause of
illnessr Marilyn. Turner will appear
as Mrs. Braaman; -
. .-if i
Despite changes and additions
te cast and production, c r e w
work is progressing. Withv linos
teamed and scripts put aside,
east members are concentrating
each night on perfecting : both
their linos and stage business;
the director holds discussions
'out front' with his -business and
stage managers while keeping an
eye on the cast on stage; back.
Siage someone hammers : away;
and above tho actors an electri electrician
cian electrician works on tho lights.
There's a lot of confusion. It's
rectic but it's fun. And when the
confusion is put aside, it is hoped
"Blithe Spirit" will fill the Old tort
Cayton Theater with laughter.
"Blithe Spirit" .opens May 29.
Tickets are $1.00 and all seats are
reserved: Tickets do not have to'
be bought in advance; however re reservations'
servations' reservations' should be made early.
For reservations call Fort Clavton
4149 or 5114, tickets can be picked
up at tne box onice tne night of
tne pertormanceChildren under
12 must t he accompanied by an
John Barrymbre Jr.
Suspended for Year
By Actors' Eqiiily
NEW YORK. May' 25 (UP)
The temDeramcntiL nntK,.ct.
that plagued the late actor Johnl
Barrvmnrp rnmrht. m ,itv. v.in
son today, , .
. Actors Equity revead that It
nas placed John Barrymore Jr.
under a vear'a susnpnsinn rn o
lt ot temperament during a one-
wcca cwsagemeni xnree years a
go at the Clinton,' conn., play playhouse.
house. playhouse. ,
The suspension means that
Barrymore will not be permitted
to appear on the stage with oth other
er other members of the union. It will
become effective when Barry Barrymore
more Barrymore finishes his current engage
ment at the t Pasadena. Calif.,
playhouse where he has been
iyiiig itomeo. ,
-Charlotte, nd Lewis Harmon
operators of the Connecticut'
theater charged to a complaint!
to the governing board of, the1
union thatj Barrymore engaged
in -conduct -Unbecoming an ctor
during' the engagement i j
They said he threatened 'to
walk out on the play, changed his
dialogue. Interfered with the
scenic designer and refused to
take direction. The board decid decided
ed decided to suspend the actor1 at a
meeting Tuesday night, i. 11
A RIOTOUS REAL LIFE ADVEIlTUilE, "VIIIGS OF
EAGLES" Oil WEDNESDAY AT THE DELIA VISTA
" t 1 .; ', 1 . t
- Starling Job Wayne, Maureen OUara,
; Dan Dalley and Ward Bond and directed by
fonr-tlme Academy Award winner John
Ford. "THE WINGS OF EAGLES" which will
be shown on Wednesday at tho BELLA VIS VISTA
TA VISTA Theatre, unfolds a reusing story based
nn the career of the late Cmdr. Frank (Spig)
Wead, a real-life hero who achieved a two-
a fold victory, first in bis eoorageona fight to
- walk again after at spinal Injury, second Jn
Its ABig Yecr
JULIE WILSON: J don't
. feel spltry any more." .
"I'd given up the .idea of ever
making a movie,'! says Julie Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. "I thought. I was too old"
The beautiful singing star of
cafes? TV, stage and records is
one of those honest with herself
kind of people. ;
"i went .hrouglf -'a 'stage" she
says,', "when I was afraid to make
movies. I took stock of myself and
decided I wasn't right I wasn't
pretty, enough, my. hips -were, too
broad add my legs too skinny. I
didn't, turn any offers down, I just
never followed up any leads..
"Then, I guess I grew un. I real realized
ized realized if they wanted me, I wanted
So she made her, debut In the
roleof a sexy, but dull witted,
imy father know me? : j )
big laugh ; the only time m l
'" L 1 see him is at the' ? 'x
' -dr.i'.wr tahlp.nr' when V' i
! ryhe wants to
A: ... .. vuiwi WM
atthe LUX THEATRE ; V30
Ms spectacular efforts to give the U.S. Navy
'the formidable air arm which ultimately
aided in our victory ever Japan in the battle
of the Mariana.
THE WINGS OF EAGLES" to a, thrilling
dram of action and violence Mended wttb
drama, and hnmnrous touches. It's a Metro
Goldwro production you will like. Remem Remem-Tr.
Tr. Remem-Tr. It plays on Wednesday at the Bella
' -I I
aor w a
girl in "The Strange One. And
there's another now, "This Could
5e the Night," with Paul DougJas
and Jean Simmons, This ould be
the year for Julie,
Despite her self appraisal of
"not pretty -enough." sho it i
known As one of tho all time i
baa ut its of show, business.. She's v
a tall gal from Omana
had a normal wide optn-cpctt
childhood, climbing treat and
playing cowboys and Indians".;
whoso name originally was Ju
lia Wilson. ,
"I never liked it, so, as a kid
I called myself Mary Lou., I start started
ed started in show busines as Mary Lou
Wilson. But then I became a sexy, :
husky voiced singer and Mary
Lou didn't seem right. So I went v
back to Julie. Now there are, so
many Julies London, Andreys.
Harris that I wish I could change-
again, nut it s too late now. s .,
, She became famous for her
black hair, combed tight back
against her head. Then came "The
Strange One," in whih she had
to become a blonde. She's kept it'
that way. i
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SUNDAY, MAT fcfi, 1957
TOE SXTNDA7 AMERICAN
Solon Varhs Military Leaders
To Curb Costs Or Face Revolt
WASHINGTON, Mar 25 (UP
Rep. George HMahon (IX Tex.)
told applauding House r members
today that military leaders must
curb' rising defense-teosts or 'be
laced wiih taxpayers' revolt
that would force dangerous reduc reductions.
tions. reductions. ,, , -
Mahoit, chairman of a House
Tilitarv Annrnnriatinns '' subcom
mittee whicn recommended a $2,-
587,000,00 cut in President nasen nasen-hower's
hower's nasen-hower's defense budget, said ithe
. chief executive had been "erro "erroneously
neously "erroneously 'informed", about; the im impact
pact impact of .the slash. v
. Urging the cenresmen to
. tand their ground, he said that
if a military dictatorship ever
develops in this country "it will
be because people elect to Con Con-grett
grett Con-grett me ef such little devotion
r to doty that they jump through
the hoep" when the military re request
quest request It.
;(" v M ihnn .nit nthai- aiihvimmittee
. members denied they had chopped
' Out funds for such things as plane
buying. 'And they blamed rampant
1 inter-service rivalry over-which is
; tn ha th '. dominant- mihtatv
branch for. the administration, op-
! position to tne reaucuon
' They levelled the charges as the
vi House opened, aeeate on m parea-
! down. $33,541,000,)00 defense mea-
', i aura. Whan Mflhnn finished Ren.
t Noah M. Mason (B-I1L). rose to
. i lant Tavnii'i .remarks... tftueh-
ing off a general round of p-
. piause trom memDers.ot ooio
Msint!m Armv Serrotarv Wit
her M. jsrucrer and Gen.. Maxwell
D Taywr.T Army, cwet .ot stati,
appealed to the Senate Military
Appropriations suocommiuee, v w
n;!T tho Arvnv the. full S9.721.000.-
000 it requested for the 02 months
startmg July 1.
i Brucker said a proposed House
Kiit in nrrsnnn funds would bar
73,000 men from being sent over
seas as replacements ana wouiu
extend the foreign duty of U., S.
tmmu nlvpnrfv thprp He said an-
I other proposed cut would retard
development ot tne intercontinen intercontinental
tal intercontinental ballistics missile. -
MaVinn Ipvdinff th fltfht aeainst
restoration of the military c ut,
called for a 25 billion dollar a
voar rpilins nn defense soending.
Ille said n ilitary outlays have
climcea trom zs Diuion aoiiars m
Eisenhowers first budget to about
38 billion dollars now.
' "We are "moving toward a de defense
fense defense budget of 40 billion dol dollars
lars dollars and' eventually 'to 50 billion
dollars," he said. "We are mov mov-Intf
Intf mov-Intf toward the time when" peo
pie "Will be' moved to' a state of
revulsion and will cut t has e
funds te low i was done Jn the
period before Korea."'
Mahon said the funds f provided
by the pending bill, plus money
carried over irom pasii years,
wmiM rive the military services
about 67 biiuon dollars to spend
next year compared with 69 billion
dollars -contempiatea' ay uie
iHent i '
And anyoue who thinks this isn't
enough lor an adequate aeiense
force slmplv"doesn't understand
th fiitiiatinn:?' hn said.' addinff that
the subcommittee r merely had
... 1 J A Slli
sought to can a nan to mimary
waster duplication and costly n-
6:croi3 M:n Freed
In Defense (iiling
01 Grcndson's Pel
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wttttav fi Mav 25 UP)
Lum EUiott, 69,- happily return
ed to his lifelong career ot wy ui
to be f good citizen tooay, ireeu
. .imaa nt mnrHprinff a bov.bv
beating him with a walking, stick.
viKAtt' wa AvrinvAd. ; When ii-JI
jury late Thursday acquitted him
murHpr rharcres ki the death
of Wayne Cochrane last Pec n 29
by striking theiovyear-oiQ. noy. ..
"I'm oind T can en home.'. tO'
night," .Elhott said. after waiting
thpnnph twn dava rot testimony
and four hours of jury delibera deliberation.
tion. deliberation. "I've tried to be a good citizen-
of Gilmer County for 69 years
ni.fl An mv H11TV a I 8PP IT.. '!'!
A iomnanli-Pf prnwil heard teS-
tiinnnv that F.llintt lashed out with
his scick when two boys, friends
of his grandson, eoDDy xuiow, ia,
'TflUntfa email man clad in ov
eralls, brandished his false:., teeth
showing where three were miss missing
ing missing and told the Jury, "When they
knocked out my teetn and strucK
out at me, I raised my stick and
nit someDony. i
: Annthsr oranriann. Jimmv. 14 tes
tified that young Cochrane had
threatened tuiot. f
(UP) Attorney E. W. Summers-
ill had f sup ot tne tongue in can caning'
ing' caning' witnesses to the, stand in supe superior
rior superior court here. The witnesses
were Maryland Jones and .Monroe
Murrill. Summersiu caued, man
Ike Pleads For School Legislation;
Unhampered By Segregation Issue
UASmNftTON. Ma 25 fITPW
PfpsiHpnr. ; F!iapnhnJpr has r. asked
his House leaders to prevent,, at
any- cost, an anii-segregauon :
mendment from being added' to
1ia nrnnnsprt tl .500 000.00(1 arhool
! construction p r o g r a m, it was
learned today, --'.
. 1 Eisennover has requested that
tiA Alinrt. fn Vpun thn ampnrlmAnt
out of the legislation be made an
issue ot uepuDucan r arty loyaity.
': ine rrexiaem nes puonciy sia
the segregation .issue should net
be entangled with the school
construction program. Last year
such -an. amendment helped kill
' the legislation, 1
But he has not previously intir
mated he wanted the Issue han handled
dled handled as one of party loyalty.- He
sent this word to his -lieutenants
as the bill neared a .forthcoming
fight in the House Rules Commit Committee
tee Committee and on the floor. 1
Reo. Adam Clavton Powell Jr.
fTt.N ha annnunred hn will
ask the house to prohibit use 6f
any ot tne lunas Dy scnooi a 1 s-
tricts operating segregated
Reps. Stuyvesant WainwHght
IR.W V 1 n.-l Tmp Rnncpvplt m
Calif.) offered such an anti-seg-
iAOnHnti 'amnnflwipnt' n th HnilRP
Labor and Education Committee
Dut it was oeieated.
y f- '
Eispnhnupr'a rfeolsinn nn the is
sue became known today on the
heels of tils first omciai revela
tion, tnat lie tuny supports tne
itrnnnntniK, arhnnl rnnatrurt.inti
I bill worked out by liberal Demo
crats ann isennower nepuou-
cans. i 'v ; 1
ITn fnlH Von Samupl K
nell Jr., senior Republican on the
committee, tnat ne- wouio support
the compromise right through.?
Until now Eisenhower hai steaij-
11 v Alimp ntaH aphnAl j rnnatnia
tinn nrmtrim. tint- ha 'alwftvi
ispoke of his own plan to have the
government spend miuion tioc
lars a year for the next four years
to help state's build, schools, y
Say Rainiers Vu
f MONACO MayVTfUPJ-i-PrW
Ramitr and Princess Grace ...de
nied through a palace spokesman
ttoday that Princess Caroline has
been sick. Contrary to press re
ports, the spokesman said. Caro
line 1$ thriving and .now weigns
12 and a halr pounds. The Princess
was four months old Thursday.
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STOCKHOLDERS OF (E";V ECEfJA
HACIOIIAL, S. A;
ei t r
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l"Pii to, remind you that as per vyrittftn, notiee
-t ' WV
already maijed to .you, the, Extraordinary General
Assembly 'of Stockholders, called by' the"" Board"
-Directors fori the purpose of amending the By-Laws
i,t V4 ' '".s' . t
I pf the 'Company and adopting other necessary and
convenient measures, will be held in our New Plant,
. Transisthmian Highway; on Wednesday, May JZSJth
1957 at 7 p.m.
Due to the importance of the matters to be 'dfs-r?'
t t e 1 ...
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requested!' If unable to attend, we would appreciat7
your sending us your Proxy as soon as posisble.Jb.e-'
y'fore th4 date1 of the meeting. HV.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHIEF! Members of the civil Affairs and Canal Zone Police -Division
tendered a surprise birthday party to Police Chief R. W. Griffith Friday afternoon at the
CAA building. Shown just as the Chief was about to cut his cake are 1. to r.:.V. O. Caraby,
Mary Hollowell, the Chief, Evelyn Engelke and Elmer Hack of his office staff.
AMBASSADOR OF ARGENTINA GIVES RECEPTION
AT UpiON CLUB TO COMMEMORATE REVOLUTION
The Ambassador of the Republic of Argentina Samuel
AUperin gave a reception at the Union Club last night to
commemorate the 147th anniversary of the Revolution of
: Mr. an4 Mrs. Cunningham
With S. American Slides
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cunqing Cunqing-ham
ham Cunqing-ham enterta'ned a group of friends
at their Ancon home last night.
After j buffet supper they show showed
ed showed slides of their recent trip- to
' JfTr? Ambarsador of Venezuela in
Panama Col. Esteban Chalbeaud
! C. anft Mrs. Chalbeaud left Friday
for the United States to attend
the graduation of their son, Este Esteban
ban Esteban Jr., from Wentworth Military
Academy, Lexington, Mo.
V St. Luke's
' Slaftd for
or Jun 15
iwJt Benefit Rummage Sale will
.toe neia savuraay, june la, irom
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in Bishop
' Morris Hall, at the. Cathedral of
I St. Luke, in Ancon. Proceeds of
2 the Sale will be used to buy need need-ted
ted need-ted supplies for the Bella Vista
'Children's Heme of Panama City.
i A special feature of the day will
jbe a "White Elephant" table, at
, ) which will be offered a wide varie varie-;ty
;ty varie-;ty of interesting articles.
A Mrs. Charles P. Morgan of Co Co-ijrozal
ijrozal Co-ijrozal is General Chairman of the
Committee in charge of arrange arrange-'iments,
'iments, arrange-'iments, anfi other members are
'Mrs. Elmer G. Abbott, Mrs. R. H.
. Greene, Mrs. R. M. Lovelace, Mrs.
(Frank D. Miller, Miss Claire E.
;Ogden. Miss Florence Peterson,
J Mrs. Roy Reece, Mrs. Virginia K.
Roberts, Mrs. William F. Robin-
son, Mrs. Ralph Shuey and Mrs.
James G. Townsend.
Contributions to the Rummage
Sale and the "White "Elephant"
table wili be welcomed. It is re requested
quested requested that donations be deliver delivered
ed delivered to Bishop Morris Hall any week
day between 9:00 and 5:00 o'clock;
to Morgans Gardens; or to any
committee member. Arrangements
for collection may be made by te telephoning
lephoning telephoning Mrs. Morgan at Balboa
Persons donating items for the
White Elephant" table are re
quested to place a minimum va
lue on them. If that price is not
obtained, the article will be re returned.
turned. returned. The last date for turning in
articles lor sale will be Friday,
Albroolc Officers Wives Entertain
Hospital Patients With Skits
The Red Cross Recreation Hall
at flnrpaa tf.isnitfll wit th vmd
of much hilarity Wednesday night,
when the' Albrook Officers Wives
Club presented some skits for the
The "Famous Brithdays" skit.
produced by Mrs. Hamilton Webb,
included performers Mrs. Webb,
Mrs. William Stovall. Mrs. Trox-
ler Moore, Mrs. John Bolano, Mrs.
Richard Davis and Mrs. John
"Bathing Beauties Through the
Years," dreamed up by Mrs.
John Eastman, were paraded by
Mrs. E.stman, Mrs. Fred Ten
Eyck, Mrs. Ola Knowles, Mrs.
Harry Ror.iero, Mrs. Lloyd Over Overton,
ton, Overton, Mrs. Francis Kane, Mrs. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Shea, and Mrs. Richard Jay.
A repeat performance of their
"Living Xmas Tree" skit, artistic artistically
ally artistically arranged and costumed by
Mrs. John Spence included Mrs.
Spence, Mrs. Jim Phifer, Mrs.
Richard Lively, Mrs. Marshall Mc Mc-Govern,
Govern, Mc-Govern, Mrs. Arlon Payne, Mrs.
Robert Sutton, Mrs. Fred Ten
Eyck, Nancy and Susan Bell.
The Dorse Waites School of
Dance lent three numbers: Rhum
ba by Dickie Taffe and Susan
Shea, Tyrolean Tap-by Jane Sum Sum-mer,
mer, Sum-mer, Susan Bell, Dickie Taffe,
Susan Shea and Single Acrobatic
by Susan Shea.
Following the skits, song sheets
were passed out and some old fav favorites
orites favorites were lustily sung by the
patients, directed by 'Mrs. John
Lively and accompanied at the
plane by Miss Ernestine Evans.
Cold punch, served by the hus husbands
bands husbands of tne performers and by
the four children and good con conversation
versation conversation as the performers mine-
led with the patients after the show
rounded out an evening which will
long be remembered by them', v
Mrs Jonn cieve ueu was organ organizer,
izer, organizer, coordinator, and mistress of
ceremonies for the entire evening's
(CONTINUED ON PAGE
New Diablo Heights Chapel:
Will Be Dedicated Tomorrow
few Vs -' '' ''
Dedication services for the re-
centlv comnleted Community Cha
pel in Diablo Heights will be held
this afteraion at 3 o'clock.
The Rev. Leland B. JEdwards,
Churches in the Republic of Pa
nama, wiu Dnng tne aeaicatorv
message and the pastor, Kev. can
V. Thompson, will officiate at the
service. i '(j-i'Mfi
Preceding ; the dedicatory serv-
ice, Rev. Robert Beukema, HOAO
staff artist, will present a 15 min minute
ute minute organ concert of sacred music.
Rev. Arthur Zylstra, HOXO sta-.
tion manager,' will lead the con
gregation in -the song period which
will he followed by special music
al numbers. ' :
This service marks the climax
of several months of planning
and labor on the part of the con
grtgation and pastor, of Commu
nity Chapel Construction on the,
new building was begun in JaiW
uary of this year, with Jose Gon
xU of Colon as builder and
dolfo Gale, Oty Engineer of Co-
supervisor : of t h e v Foursquare h len ias architect., Inception i of
fna ctiurch began April, 1955, unr
, oar the direction of Rev. Vintoo
4 R. Johnson who (s now located in
, Darien Province working a w I f h
, tha, Choco Indians -and prepar preparing
ing preparing 4 to translate the New Testae
want into the- Choco languages.
ine present pastors. Rev: and
Mrs. Carl V. Thompson arrived on
the Isthmus ;jn October, lf ,1953,
coming to this area from Los An-
geies, cai. xney have held- pastor pastorates
ates pastorates In Various "sections ni. th n.
nited States, as well as having
been engaged in administrative re religious
ligious religious work. The completion of
Communitv Chanel marks th thirA
church edifice they have seed e-
rectea m uieir ministry, the other
two "during their pastorates in
oiocKton ana Kedondo Beach. Cal
An active religious program is
planned for Community Chapel and
a full schedule of regular church
worship services will be conduct conducted
ed conducted weekly. These will Include the
Sunday School hour at 10 a.m. on
Sunday followed by .-the morning
worship period at 11 o'clock. Sun Sunday
day Sunday .evenings a youth fellowship
will be held at 7 followed by the
evangelistic services at 7:30
Week day services will include
prayer meeting and Bible study on
Wednesday night and beginning in
Ju y Craft Night Is planned for
. v :
EUROPEAN DANCE TEAM
Marita and waiter Eston .that'
famous European ballet and
acrobatic dance team will ap
pear on C.F.N. Harnett and
Dunn all star show Monday
. cvciuiiK nj, 4.ou p.m. j
TALENTED "VISITOR Mrs. Diana Chiarl de Orabepi PannWa 'tnrpmhut AP.niotu. nf Batna
painting and a veteran worker with .nattvmterlaj8,'ls'rihc';4ui1ne; tier visit la-week
to.the Tort Kobbe Service i Clubj During the exhibit of her -works -a continuation of he he-Club's
Club's he-Club's "Know Your Neighbor'! policy Mrs.rde Gruber paused to. ahc the gTOup how1 sW sW-painted
painted sW-painted the wierd bird showh above, carved oriK the Inner bark of a tree '"'" vr
r-y'v-H - l- v ; 5 . (U.8. Army Photo by Pfe. Bill Muench)
. '. Summer Qasses for all ages
Begins June 10
BALLET TAP 101
For all information call' phone 2-1751
Beat the heat and .wake up your appetite with a frozen
daiquiri made with delicious,: tasty Carta Vieja Rurn. Rurn.-Here's
Here's Rurn.-Here's all you have to do: Take one teaspoonful of granu'-;-lated
sugar; add the -juice of one small lime, one jigger of
CARTA VIEJA RUM, and finely chipped ice; put it all in
a mixer or a shaker and shake vigorously; then pour intov
a glass just to the top, no head is required. Try it today,
but be sure you use only CARTA VIEJA rum, and you'll
agree it's the best frozen daiquiri you ever tasted.
Billy Graham Makes
Willi Union :
Al fiinlh NY Sernion
NEW YORK. Man rK f1TD all
ly uranam delivered his ninth
Madison Square Garden sermon
Thursday nitrht in n ifm.ri....
or peace--the small battle over
wno anouia ao wnat with the wa
ter pitcher was over.
' The staeehand.
i j "OU wuii.
nanus aawn. uraham's n,.o-
tcm oowea to union demands
Slaennds be employed
to handle certain arrangements,
uiciuuing placement of a water
pnvuer mgnuy. on tfte speakers'
Willis O. Haymaker, in charge
of special arrangmenats for the
crusade, said the stagehands
who are paid a reported $15
each, nighth ware ., responsible
for moving chairs and pianos,
thing done to Jhe pulpit, the
sound booth and all J
things that keep them busy."
Among these tasks, he said. Is
filling a pitcher "with plain old
tap water" for the s p e ak e r a
stand. He M f-r.h.
drinks wafer during hi.
naymaKer said the mlsunder-
sr.nniner i m ... i
ti. -u7il ""cause "we
tuuuuiuie uaraen management
was going to supply the Stage-
V. u luey wougnt we were.
It's all over now." r
ne expiainea that the1 stage.
sibihties, and that only atagehands
... ,lj reporter found
out this was true, indeed. He left
nis seat in the press section
shortly before Graham began to
talk and on his return found it
occupied by a hymn-signing mh
. : 5
The reporter saw a folding
chair that was not being used and
ambled over to eet it nrf nt..
it in front of the press section.
One of the stagehands i yanked
the reportei-a hand away from
fch,S Bduid. "Bkw, bud bud-When
When bud-When the chairs ret, tnmmA t
There 1$ Ilo Crisis Jt
In Argenlina, Says
BUENOSAIREi';'May 2$ (UP)
President : Pedro E.: .Aramburu
said today,, f'there is no crisis" in
the v Argentine goverfiment, i but
that "invisible strings", were ; ate
tempting to create unrest, j ;
Aramburu told the .unit en
Press in an inttrview that at attempts
tempts attempts to provoke unrest would
He said he Intended to go ahead
with his plans to restore constitu
tional rule in Argentina and4 that
his program has the support- of
the "country's sound opnion."
Asked about reports of a serious
government cr if is, Aramburu
must believe there are cer
tain Invisible strings which are
moving a bitter campaign to dis disturb
turb disturb the country, and bring the
government into disrepute. It is
obvious that there is the intention
to cause us harm, and therefore
we want to warn Argentines and
foreigners that they should net
make mistakes when evaluating
put. national situation. r t
"The ills of the past have been
too serious to be cured already,
dui you can ne sure mat we
march firmly on the way to our
recovery, r. . the Argentine people
want peace and tranauilitv in
democracy. x .r
"''' ".. '
t film r'----' .m arit
two Leopard Cubs
Gone; Blame Falls
On Bengal Tigers
LOS ANGELES. May -25 (UP)-
The police department's crime
laboratory has solved, the myste-l
ry of two leopard cubs who van-!
ished from" their cage at Griffith
Park Zoo. Two Bengal tigers had
them for dinner. ....
The cubs, part of a litter of
three born March 26. disappeared1
Sunday from their mother's cage.
Zoo attendants were at a loss to I
explain their disappearance.
M'spectinc two users in an ad-
joning. cage, the xoo appealed for
police aid. Ray Pinker, head of I
the crime lab,' reported he found
14 tiny claws and some fur In the I
Pinker also discovered that the
tigers had pried loose t drain
pipe beneath the two cages, maky
inc a smau opemne. ;
His deduction: "The cub wan.
dered into the tigers' cage through
the opening and were quickly de-
vourea. ... r -
At last , "QR4Y HAIR COL0RS'
, SpecaI!y designed for J. v
- 0 RAY-HAIRED .women
. wifh CLA1R0L
COME ALIVE 6RAY
In four beautiful Jewel-Inspired iridescent colors, make f V
- gray hair BEAUTIFULLY gray. -t
o WHITE SAPPHIRE la the lightest. It Is normally
, used to make white hair whiter, v t 1 4
o SILVER DIAMOND is the medium shade.. Adds 'a silver'
. tones to wiite, gray, or- salt and popper hair." e-
BLACK PEARL is a deep shade Adds av smoky gray"
tone to grajr or salt and pepper hatrr :
o MIDNIGHT OPAL Is the deepest shade. It" adds '
a rich, deep smoky black tone to array hair. J f
, ASK rOR'COME ALIVE GRAy Created bjTCLAntdL 1
1 ; -at any Beauty Parlor. j
- Distribntcirs: In the Republic of Panama '''it
: REPRESENTACIONES PERIVANCICH, Cia Ltd.""
- Telephone 2-1388 ; V "- St"'
Ask US Assistance;
Deny Israel Rights
WASHEfCTON, Mar2S (UP)"
Eleven Arah rnammnHt.
tnH aw that tK- n.ui o.
take part in 'an "impartial inter international
national international investigation" into charg charged
ed charged of rrench terror and atroci atrocities,";
ties,"; atrocities,"; is Algeria.
The proposal was mada to Ks
retary of State John foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles by a delegation of 11 Arah
envoys who spent as hour and 30
minutes u Bjs office. -.-
The ambarsadora alia tiA TrnVh
les ueir governmenta reject the
theory tine Israel haa hit rlrhta
of passage through the Sues Ca Canal
nal Canal or the Gulf of Aqaba, They
expressed th hope that the Unit United
ed United States will "use its influence"
to dissuade Israel from sending a
test ship through the canal
k T- 1 1 1 1 J
:- I 1 VcywMI ;--riiaira fittiiaiMi aiataP z W Gii t
iA. Xmi 'pUtyVA DKUMLfl UAIiLt ,.i r, j
1(,?J pieaslhgpSlate 'tempting menus, Jljf j
' LJsYil c'10'ce conipUmentary cocktail. .t)J j
RAgJ '...:'' FRANKIE AZCARRAGA'S Trio nittl
I "carol greaves t-'! ; L
r Plays the pUno ; -1 j
, II p.m. t .n. toaite M
in the Balboa Bar . k ATcira.br Baid
- - H
YpUR NEW HA1RCOLOR
TWks to 1h!s senoatlowcl new
aolreoloring we craete color
M for yel h mOm yor i
oOff. Far we ttaraTly
yew erdar" wbii jww
Distrfbsterv ia Panama
JUUO V0S..S. A.
: Second Diageaal
(Old -A" Street) Ne. T-J7
Box No. 191 TeL t-TTA
S4 Wkaar -
t ccHMnavMi t
IN WlNTtls ?
t -a- to. o eiTi'tJ C5-to"
DutrtkmUr's ciA. enwos. a.
Social', anil' Oti
Club Hold May Saeiat
T,. r-.i.t. vkt Vmhlam Chili NO.
S halri III rpcrillar MaV 10 CI I
Tuesday evening. '".''' j
Vara- game were pjayeu
Prlxes ere won by:Mrs, Virginia
ann Mr TaKsia Lowe IH
' Mr. Gwen De Tour. .'
tlniU.cjf adn Mi's: tlorOthV
.' Rougher nd Mrs. Fanny Kaplan.
This was we iasi social oeiuie
the summer vacation., . ,
Orchestra- Dance v.f- -- .',"-
. Ifha mnnthlv nrrhaKtra dlllCC
m W kM tnniffht at the USO-
JWB Armed force Service Cen
aiiA tut 1 1 tv nmvmnn : v ucuiav
wuief and ms mppy xm?ik;. ;
ikiutncAfi ti t tnA flinci arc; iui
an! M fVm TJnriA Of KIDBmi.
t t m ri Mr fifiul Wvnshaw
of, Cocoli, Canal Zone; 'Mr. and
iiH vrnrtiit Rat-par nf Panama.
P. P. and' fir: and Mrs. Daniel
Ulrfc1 Ani-nn ranal Zone. Who
wia provide the refreshments for
the tvtnin .
t'OTemoerg ox u uu
itd their dependents are cordial-
iyv mvuea to snare in- me eujuj eujuj-ment
ment eujuj-ment 4 the monthly popular dance.
; Tee Dance Te Honer S
- Xiamhar nf rXitnhal Rainbow
ii.amkb TJn 7 nH Atlantic Dp-
; Molay Chapter. -WW are graauai graauai-inr
inr graauai-inr 1mm r.r,fnhal Hi eh School this
year will be guests of honor at a
xea jjance 10 ve niu i sua;
afternoon,! (Veteran's Pay) from
i-ofi n m tA c-oA n m at tnp Cris
tobal Masonic. Temple. Music for
rk ai Taa ltnitAA la A ainmifil ftf.
4 itt Ave. naiivv a a bbuh
Kn fha rrlctnhal
Rainbow Advisory Board and the
Atlantic ueiaouy Motners' circle
, ?o i nonor Rainbow ana ueMoiay
All Rainbow Girls and DeMolayi,
ttflth. thm Atiium tM mnet eAilittl.
, ly invited ant) urged to attend.
Doris Lesser is leaving shortly for
permenent residence in the states.
II. I ... i r BAWM.r iA (...'11.10
and knows that a chapter in
; Beta Chapter Held
Lat MmIIm Of Year
voti' Lesser presiaenr 01 tne
Sorority, opened the last meeting
of Jean Coffey, a Margarita, Jl
jjew Conunittee'i were appointed.
' iiw new ciMuiuaui.aii iw
lowaf wavi and means committee!.
; Jeaa Coffes and Marion Green.
service committee, r Anna ia a
BUMher-ahd lat Bailev. Publicit
and historian, Alice .icson ana
Keiiy wamcio, rrogrsm committee
Tnava Stioon' and Jean Judtre.
Membership committee, 'Alice
s. Boots Mitchell and Evelyn ijted-
jnoiiUa tsuciBt tu jii in i 1 1 xvj
Klontzand Kathleen Hnff mvn.
: araa,-xaicKey jnnore. wnue ie
states will gain a valuable Sister.
Jean coney ,was tne newiy elect
ed rrt''ut' r
..Thi Yard Stlpfc for tha Beta
rhantpi -waa totsled and rseults
given. After tne business meeting
a ipa Mriiann naa tne uuitura
portiou l the evening., Alice gave
a lalb lillpfl 'Snpprh Kha vprv
cleverly showed and illustrated the
use ot woras. -,
The socidJ portion of the vening
Gann and Anna May Butcher, who
Coffey played music. A very en en-invahia
invahia en-invahia ftvpninff ui -haff hv tCav
Kiontz; Doris Lesser, Alice Mo-
uann, norma uuvou, &euy wa wa-nieo,.
nieo,. wa-nieo,. Mickey Moore, jean Coffey,
Leneve Stnop and Anna Ma y
Butcher.. Norma DuVoll won the
while Elephant gift donated by
Anna way uutcner, .
Art 'League Meets On
Atlantic Sida ' f
The Cana Zone Art League: met
RViriav at tha hnitin nf Mri. Jnhn
Klennprhasap.tt in Cnlon for 1 the
I purpose of organizing an Atlantic
aiae jrancn.. - j
The business of 'the League was
conducted and the following offi
cers were elected: Mrs. John
Blennerhassett. President : 'Mrs
Lea Lane,; Vice President; and
Mrs. L. F. Donohue. Sec'y and
After the closing of the meeting
avarvnna i. anlnvad . rofpaah mania
served by the hostess, Mrs. Blen Blennerhassett
nerhassett Blennerhassett who was assisted by
Mrs. Jonn (ireening.
Tha navt maatinff urlll Ka an.
nounced and anyone interested in
joining iht League is cordially in-
Pacific NaVv Wives ,
Paoifia Nam Wivaa flnh hald
their regular m o n t h 1 y business
meeting Aionaay. utiicers were e e-lected
lected e-lected for the term commencing In
July. Plans were made for an In Installation
stallation Installation Banquet to be June 17.
An invitatior has been extended
ta tha.alnh in a taa in tha liAma
Chaplin and Mr, : Hollingsworth
June izX' -Jyj-k '.:-!-'
Welfare cnairman reported a vi visit
sit visit to the leper colony to take gifts
nf rlnthin and food donated, bv
khib members. r : 5 t
Welcomed as .a new.memDer
Was Mrs. : Ann .Vaugn.s Light; re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served after the
Lynda Geyeit Will Be Inatalled :
'At Worthy Advisor r,K -: -p; l, v
,Miss Lynaa ueyer wiu oe mstai
3 Officers Arrive
On USNS Coethols
Thraa aaninr fflrap' arrived
In tha farm! 7nna Wednesday.
May 22, aboard the USNS George
w. (joetnais ior assignment to
u.b. Army uanooean sutii cu cu-tions.
tions. cu-tions. J
ai1 "x tntiAi trnf nr
ws assigned to the U.S. Army
uariDDean u-d section; uoi. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph F. Escude, Chemical, Corps,
mam a.ulirnAd if t.ha TT S krmv
Caribbean Chemical section; and
Lit. uo. ueorge w. uarter, jr.,
quartermaster, was assigned- to
the U.S. Army Caribbean, quar
termaster, section, T
Interest In CFN
Soldiers, sailors, and airmen
tntaraatert in nfl.rttainft.tin0 in
the high school level courses in
English, algebra, and American
history which start on CFN-Tel-evlslon
on June 3 were taking
mrt onnltf atinns in Inrra&Sins?
numbers thU week, according to
education personnel. ;
i Tha nap.iflpn.llvxnrenn.red film
courses parallel the United States
I i a Z V ill .1.. i fVn A MT V
Armea t'orqes xiiBtituie iuoatx;
texts on the same suogecw. auc auc-cessful
cessful auc-cessful completion of the' end-nf-rnnrsp
tests mav be used tor
Ihlgh achol credits. - J-
i SCHOOL OF DANCING V
ANNOUNCES 1 ,i )
A six weeks summer course for new
students and beginners In ballet,
wnii APPEAR'ON TV-. Harnett-and Dunn local dance team
7KppeaV or7c?.N. -TV all star .how Monday T.St I p.m. They
T" p will entertain with two Of their latest numbers.
led Worthy Advisor of Cristoba'
Assembly" Not, Orderr of IHt
Bainbow for Girlst a ail oped fa-
Wednesday evening, 'at 7:30 p.m
: varai, -xaicney jnoorc. nnue cie-iai me i,nsiouai jyiasunic icaiyic
phint chairman, Kelly WanieO. 1 Miss v Terry Louis, who is com
r -A new president was' elected aslpleting her term as Worthy Advl
sof. will be the installing officer.
Officers ot Atiauuc v u h
oraer. ot vfi"uhjv" J -iMaster
Councilor, David S, Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, have been invited to take part
in the ceremony.-.
All parents and inenas are mosi
.iuv invitad to attend. Ke-
freshments will be served in the
banquet hall following the instal installation
lation installation ceremony. I,"
PtJoulick NCO Wives :;',Mi
no., m r,tiir-v Tur.n wivea iiuu
held a welcome and farewell cof
fee Wednesday jnonung m
Bamboo Room of the club. v -: r.t
Mrs. Hester Hartley, tne resi resident
dent resident welcomed as guests: Mrs.
Clara Blasingame. Mn. Nora Per Perry,
ry, Perry, Mrs. Jean Philipp; and Miss
Andrea Koweu. v ,t
Members present were.
dames: RuDy Frederick, ? Irmgard
Mi.nn rnnnia .Hnskins. Hester
Hartley,- Louise Sanderson, Viola
t: aaai urn isnnaiiDn iAnn iuiib
ord," VedJ 4n,elV)aHieJty
rownsend.- t -
Vlr. and MraJ.Tabert Glv" i)
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H, Tabert
. ' ..T
iap ana acronauc starting jun drcjv; :,,, ,
' REGISTRATION MAY 29fh 9:00 to 12:00 ; .,
Classes now In session will continue
, untU, July 15th :
Knights of Columbus BIdg. Balbofc 7 I
Residence phone 1-2363 ; ;-v
THEY THRIVE ON IT!
in their home in
honor of the seventh birthday of
itheir son.Herhie ;
' ti, ai'siatad hv1 "Mrs. Rob
ert 'J.1 Roy and Mrs, MUlord Coje-
I J. Roy from Balboa Palmira ana
Nancy Gon.talei oi on uiwn,
Cathy McCoy from Balboa.,. San-
j. u.lnii (mitt Halhna.. Lana K.
Dial from Fort Amador. Wanda
and Iike BeU,' CUftora wmina,
. a tt.I. ,11 a m Tlraiff
Bebemoimes, neiea inau,
U Marzak. Nnncv And
r.4Ai. rsbmfln RniM And oa-
Mills, Katny uisoh, x- a
nr Sellehu Paul Boostoon Himmy
ITillman and Shelley Muiier, s
One ;WciyT0i Flunk
.Police saia taay '""7''
cane, 1, probably would flunk :his
mathematics course this semester.
Ho shot his teacher in the hand,
'esterday while sne was expiam-
ig a geometry prooiem.
family month in
i so bring the children to
cool Boa U ere Vallev
ki 'We'd love; to have you!!
5PtCIAL; tamily RATES
f ake Adyahtag Our SummerRafes
: C iand. Spend a Delightful Vacation;
- in Miami
(Hotel Robert Clav
Special rates from April 1st to December 1st f'p j
Single rooms, from $4. daily, $24 weekly, $75 monthly. X?..;
Double rooms, from $9 daUy, $30. weekly, $90 monthljl
Enjoy the facUltlea and friendly atmosphere of ttw ;
Robert Clay Hotel', located In downtown Miami, but, f : I
a from tha ahoDS. restaurants, theatteVft. i
" .. n
churches, etc., and relax
and have fun at our
Olympic size swimming
pool and cabana club..
For further Information
Miss Chichi Aloy
Hotel Robert Clay
HOTELS INTERNATIONAL; INC
...aw a a. JV i.. .(..
Dr D. r. Reeder, Fresident rrea x, m""".
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Wt ar vary aorry 4o Inform our cuitomar that
unforaaaen.troublo ha davalopad In ona of our
new 6.000 KW. genirator at tha San FrancUco
W ara'dolng tvtrythlng; potalblo that our
cuttomart, will not ba unduly convanienced.
, WhIU Our tachnlciana. aro working around tho
; Whila our technicians' aro wording ar
A I '" clock,' to rapalr tho generator, It fa nec
.. f . T.tj.. U- .... alaotrlr.ltv. Wa Iclndl
Wduca the uta of alactrlchy. Wa kindly requeit
our residential, commercial and Industrial cue-
"tC: ;tomara to Omit U a tninlmum tha ua of alao
. UIIU IU,W a -- i
' r Here are rfev things you can ido help us meet this emergency : J
, f 1 1. iyrn orr your uintuiiuiuuiimy C4uipniii, i r.. ;
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MAY 24 1-7
TfTE SUNDAY AMERICAN
lassie For Iwtivesy
brilliant Prospect Esteban
. 13 .-1 s-.v
Choice ToiBeat Tully Bar,
Apache, Dekello And, Corpl
'S' :&A.'i .
'I Homage wilt be paid this afternooij to one of
the founding fathers of organized horse racing on
the Isthmus with the. annual renewal of the Raul
Bspinosa Clasisc for the best native thoroughbreds
in training at the president Remon racetrack.
f The $3,000 added tne mile event has attracted
a' field of some Of the DSt natives aeveiopea in re re-cent
cent re-cent vears. -V? ',v-;;- ,'V,'.t.
int vpars. j.
Members of the'tsmvfj' Hon
R&I will Lc guests. of ttevttaek
msnageraent and preside over the
p$t-c lassie trophy presentation
. ceremonies. ; r '.
Dnn Raul, as: usual, will be ab-
t Ki&t hecause he now lives in Cal
ifornia where ffe has made his
hdtne for almost 20 years. He is
; a jonner ownet tOf one of the iarg iarg-est
est iarg-est and best raeing stables out at
Jiliin Francj where he later ; be
came general iftanger'and presi-
ddht of the r.o defunct f anams
Jfkey Club. :J :;
ijCario. E! twp-yar .,.pW
far, E&tefean, rtceived h
ifyttt of tht majority of th turf
arlector to chalk up hi f i r t
JThis lone-stndine chestnut son
, o' Kevhavan-Lituana' ass--lost ohs
IjJIonce in ten starts this y a t,
u mat occasion ne.jaueq ia gei
going soon enougnm a nye iur iur-I0H2
I0H2 iur-I0H2 sprint to overtake stablemate
Janina, the winner, and second
pffice finisher Henco. He bounced
back after the start, however, the
iopowing wi-eK to cakewalk t an
eight-lenitji triumph, oyer Apache,
LMy.Edna and Tully gar. a v.
ince then Tully Bar has evi evidenced
denced evidenced a return to his best form
by equalling his native record of
113 2-5 for six furlongs.
iLittle Apache, which has the
Wis finishing '"kick" of all, could
Mt going c?rly enough (0 add
tlus imiwrt'l classic to his $5,000
ajded Christmas Classic yoctory
o last December.
iiTha Stu4 Tartara ntry of D-tVlls-Corat
i aura to b wall
Wkd but tha "txpartt" opim
ha 12 pounds ara too much
for Coral and th on ni i I
distant; I somewhat of i handicap-for
Don JBrigido.iintti on e
hard-rupning nStive, appear to, be
outclassed and. to make ? matters
worse for nim, he'll have to tote
toDweieht of 12ft pounds because
the ever. ..is "weight-for age".
Three-yjeaj-olds uesteiio,:; Apacpe
and Tully;, liar wilt carry ill and
the Iwo-yeaSold Estebaa only- 96
pounds or whatever weight his
jockeycan mafepu ; kS-,?M
J 4-Hr' 'it .:
Results and standings follow:
Wichita 3, St. Paul 0 ...
Minneapolis 8, Indianapolis 5
Denver 4, Charleston 1 C12 In.)
Omaha 6, Loaisville 5 14 in.)
Field & Stream
' PROSPECTS ARE
UNLIMITED IN LOST WORLD
By AW McCLANE
CARACAS,, Venezuela (NEA)
This department's survey of
Venezuela is now complete. We
traveled 5,235 miles over the An Andes
des Andes and tha high jungle country,
across the llanos and along the
coast, then 'into the headwaters of
the 1,600-mile Orinoco Riverl ;:
We made a complete inventory
of. what will be available to Amer Amer-merican
merican Amer-merican sportsmen In 1958, and the
prospects are unlimited for bird
shooting, jaguar hunting, raariin
fishing, and mixed bag fresh water
casting which has no parallel else
where' m variety and numbers 01
. The Lost World is 14,000-square
miles of jungle wilder than the re remotest
motest remotest parts of Africa. ii
The Grand Sabana. Or Great
Plain, rises from the Guayana Jun Jungle
gle Jungle in-southeastern Venezuela. Ov Over
er Over the plain is a land. of buttes
and' rivers, higher jungle and the
'highest waterfall the world, An Angel
gel Angel Falls; which isarops 3,212 feet,
rYou? fly; over, the'iialls arid the
plane sits down on the bank of the
CaronI ; Riveri This is the edge of
the, lost Worldr The package trips
which include round trip air fare
from wiracas, nam mock, mosqui
to net and meals range from $77.65
for, two. days and one night to $183
for 10 days and nine nights.
M i I j 1
lhuw uu vuu nave iu uu is ruunu
up tome Indians and go the
rest of the way. This is not for
the male without woods experience
or a large insurance policy. There"
are plenty of jaguar, tapir, croco-
niles and wild boar, plus ducks.
screamers and other game birds.
There are fish such as the giant
cachama, cardinita and bull pavon.
Raikowsiti 'Typical Qt
Teams W L
Wichita 25 10
St. Paul w, .. ..-.-.-21 13
Minneapolis 24 14
Indianapolis . , 19 19
Omaha .. 'a-. ,.1U"W
Charleston I. .. ..17122
Denvet :. x. ,. ..13- 18
Louisville' .. ... 7 27
S WATER RISE
WASHINGTON (SlEA) The to total
tal total number of motorboats regis registered
tered registered by the United States Coast
Guard in the first quarter of 1957
NEW YORK""(NEA) Brendan
McCann signiod with' the profes professional
sional professional New York 'Knickerbockers.
He was captain of last season's
St, Bona venture team.
y : By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK ''OHEX) To Ray
RatkowsKi, wno is k big 17-year-
old boy: from Brooklyn, it was
iimple. "We'd like to hava y.ou,"
lerry Brenan of JNotre juame saia
to him after a minute or. or so
"I'd like to come very mucli'
I will ee you," Brennan ?mil
ed 'm September."
So on the surface it seemed.i
Notre Dame got in impressive
hish' school- star-a 6-1. 195-pound
back who is the national Jndoor
quarter mile champion to boct
witn just a few woros. uh,, there
h: d been the usual inquiries and
shipment of same films by Hat
kowski's coach it St. Francis
Prep School in Brooklyn., But- no
organized, gang-buster hustling., i
The story of why Notre Dame
will have a freshman named Rat-
kowski next fall .involved more
thj.n this. It gives you the no notion
tion notion that too matter what the pres present
ent present situation, football players who
can win games will be at South
Bend automatically this yar, ;rhe
next and the ones after U'i
"V could have gon to several
p.'aces," Ratkowski was saying.
Cars and all that 'we'll take very
good care of you' staff. But there
wat no question in my mind. The
minute i found I could go to Notre
Dame I said yes.
"I don t know how you put ft.
I'd always beared about the school
since I was. kid. Tradition and
th .-spirit and going' to church alj
tne ume like tney co out mere.
That meftns a Jot. to me.. So I
didn t even have to visit the place.
! inn. ntkat t ntAMnit
Ratkowskf was standing in the
cafeteria of iiis school a revamp
ed re'l brick building in the Green Green-point
point Green-point ( section of Brooklyn.. He
was a big, good-lgoking kid nd
he. wore a white cardigan swea
ter with his major letter sewed on
"Be was thihkinsf the'sam -way
as kids of bis faith do in Haver
hill, Mass., or. Chicago or New
(Weans. Notre Dame may have
lost' a "mess of ; football games last
year. But the school did not lose
any .of the meaning a, high school
foutball player associated; with it.
s Ratkowski, and the vi? he
thinks; serves as the final argu argument
ment argument on -the Irish ; football pic
ture, an Issue which reached the
proportions of a national calamity
Talent-wise, you pvt a coupl..f
Ratkowskig together on a field'
.1 nd losing t streaks have a way
of ending. He is accepted as the
best football player to, come out
of New York City in years. Last
teason, he scored iZ. touchdowns
ard kicked six extra points for
. .By the time be is ready to play
at Notre Dame two years from
now. he will be well over 200
pounds. And track coaches expect
bis speed to increase, too. On his
record already is a 50.2 quarter
mile effort indoors at Madison
Money or a car or something
r ne saiu. uiun t cum-
Race Trader Graded Eun:s
pare at all with going to, Notre
Danie.-1 uke spirit. Ml the pno
ius 'stuff," where somebody starts
yelling so they'll get a day off
from school or v something. Out
there they mean it. I know that
.I've heard" that' all mr.MQ.
VMul it's '5 i good education. I
w.nt to take- management course;
and come -out to- a fcood iob; rinht
away. I don't want to be like my
family? They "never bad a chance
lor. anv schooling. My f atner work
cd, on construction. I want trf be
better than that. I don't want to
do it like everybody, else had to.
I'll learn something and thea get
good job."; f,j'Pj --LV-
. By CONRADO
4 Silver Blue,
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 6 F. Purse S400 "
. : FIRST RACt OF THE DOUBLE
Ir-Bacana" jrM. Bravo' 110 Should' score at last
2- rVenganza H. Ruiz 118 -Bad traUei last Ume.
3 -Riscal u D. !orte2 10a Rates well 'on form
. 4 ArpegiQ F. Hidalgo 110 Unimpresrive victory
6-Polizon 1 v. Castillo 110 r-Could' make 'itfhere
6 Socorrlto -O.-Vasquez 107 Could be upsetter.
7-r-Ponton a. Reyes R, 103x Has strong finish "
Pool Closes 1:01
J 2-1 1
2nd Race HD and E" Natives 6 F.Purae $30ft'
- 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
s 1 Black Bee B. Agulrre 116 -Excellent race last,
! 2 Rabiblanco A. Jordan 115x-Must go lower if
3 Tinela R. Cristian 108 Could score thir.'time
4 Mlhl -D.i Cortez 112 Was never better; t
5 Portal S. Hernandez 102x-Has late foot : j(
6 Don Pastor c. Ruiz 115 Returns in good shape
'. .v ff.V-. .''f'.'rtt, t'J"--'-' .v ' W
3rd Race "G" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $275
' 1 Tilon F. Gatica 104 Distance to liking s
' 2-Wlnsaba 1 A. Reyes 107x -Usually faUr here
3 Liboriar .. S.' Carvajal 108 Not againrt these1
4 La Cazza Ladra ; Bravo 106v Rates good chance
6 Montero D. Cortez L15 Always close up ...i
6 Bugaba .G.-Vasquez l5x-Dis'tance .hmdicaps
7- Sandokan B. Aguirre 115 Excluded from betting
Pool Closes l:2
Pool Closes, Z;0S
, Prfnto" (e)
.' '-,, .!-' Tinela'
Mar Bravo (e
V Kadlr (e)
4tb Race "Special" '2-Year-Olds1,- -'. Imp.
v!:V''-iH v '' QUINIELA
1 Edith Piaf G. Vasquez I03x-4n top. form now" i a
2- Prlnc. Vanidad A. Gon. 100 Has sho.Tn. nothing
, 3-Matrlculado F. Alvarez 108 Has beaten better
' 4 The Gipsy 1 1 F. Gatica-10& -Reportedly improved
5 Cypress Bull F. Hidalgo 108 Better this week1 .
6 Silver BlueR. Cristlan 112 Hard to. beat here
7 (Mar Bravo H.Ruiz 106 -Improving steadily t
8 (Julio Verne D. Cortez 110 Has good fuush
5th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:05 ;
1 Lyrical v, F, Alvarez fts -Serious effort hereY 1 i-I
2 Escorial T. Hidalgo 110 Not against these 5-1
3 -Camberweir -H. Reyes 108 .Could get up now . 3-1
4 Remozada S.Hernandez 105x -Would pay, nice odds t 10-1'''
5 JRagazza K. Cristlan 110 Form indicates t,r. EYEN
6 Greco (v g. Carvajal 113 Ran well in last i 3-1 "i,
6th Race. 5tb Series Imp.
7 Fgs.Furse S500
Pool Closes 3:45"
'JtTn rs"f: rr)i :r:; 1
mm mm wi id) Wg&Mr o . j S iS
vi i '- '-- ... '.-X..V. V':
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y 37.144VW Espafia,'Pnam4
Take Your SnapsMh
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
,t. v ' i.- ..'.-..: !': ;
1 Aberargio B--i Agulrre 115 Should score. 'again v 'J' s'2
2 Chivilingo H. Ruiz 105 -Quit! badly in last J1 13-1'
3 Crews Hill "F. Alvarez. 115 Better chance here 2-1
-4 Rosier G. Sanchez 118 Returns in good shape' 1 3-1
5 Embrujada J. Rodriguez 110 -Could- be upsetter -' s 4-1 -
6 Iguazii A. JReyeS R. llOx Rates fair chance s ;J-1
7ih Race 6th Series Imp 6 Frt.Pnre $4M : Pool Cfees.4:t9
."f : 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
liourmet.'i' C.Rulz.'llS Loses 'chance ;'at start' jU5-l
2 Golden corn II Phillips 120 Could- repeat .victory 3-2'
3 Cachafaz D. Cortez 110 Way' down in class f 5-1
' 4 Celestial Fire J. Rodri. 113 Blazing early speed '4-1
: &i-Gramilla s. Heman4ez l00x--Not, godd enough hr yJ 20-1
' 6 Grand Finish- iVasquezMS -Will fight it out .2-1
7 Globe TtotterH. Aulrre41 fBack in-best form J4
Natives" 1 MUe
Pool Closes 4:55 iyiv. QUINIELA
1 Esteban i T. Alvarez 103 Has" clai plus
2 Apache 3: M. Bravo 111 Is mile ''specialist'
"3 Don Brigido G. Sanchez 126 VApparenrly outclassed 1
4 (Coral v ; R. Vasquez 126 Well trained for race
5 DesteIlo' A-" Ycaza 111 i-Distance handicaps
6 Tully Bar) R. Cristlan 111 Could go, all the way
7 Argyla) 1 B.' Agulrre 108 "-Sure thing for last
9th Race 3rd and 4th Series Imp. Purse $656 Peol Closes :Sft
Furlongsj,..,,.., i:...V-.TWO 4j
1 Gouvefriaht R. Cristlari 110 Topnotcher In Chile
2 Michlrlpa ; ' A.-Ycaza 113 Gets real test here
34-Opulento .V. Castillo 110 -Ir "in-and-outer'
4 Pavinetto' ; VE. Darlo 103 Longshot specialist
5 King- S. Hernandez 102x Doesnt belong here
6 Blakemere G.' Sanchez 115 -Enjoying best form
7 (Germanlo F. Alvarez 115 Topnotcher in Peru
8 r(Kadlr Jt Phillips. 118 .-Racing to top form
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES',
3rd and 9th RACES
4lh and 8th Race
jrk '' """" ji'
m .. i .- ;..,j i' i -sa
'8tfi RACE uNAtlVESH . ;v: 1 1 MILE
' Pool Clwesf 4:55 plmV ; ;
2. AACHET-" . . V. vV.li . . V;. Jj M. Bravo .llll' l
3. DON BRIGIDO .;. . . . .. G. Sanchei 126
4 CORAL . .'. . ... . . '..' :R Vasj uez 126 '
5. DESTELL.0 ; .".A. Ycaza ;111
6. TXJLLYBAR ; ;.;;.... ....... i . ..... , R. Crisiian : 111
7- ARGYLA .. t . . . .... IJ. Aguirre 103
! i f
Fop the ednvenience
of oar patron ire ara'
now operating both at
CHILDREN ARE 1WT
AIZdWED AT THE
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P RE SIDE N,T- M E M 0 N: R A C
SUNDAY, MAT 26, 1957
TEX SUNDAY AMZSICAM
.,,4..,'l ii.nn' i 1
;' M J l
" NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN' LEAGUE
leans "W L Pet. GU Teams -wi.
i- New, York.
23 11 .676
20 11 .645, Vz
19 12 13 2Vi
18 13 ,581 3y2
r 14 IT
i".'" 8 23
.452 1. Boston
rhlpavn i -. 91 794
Cleveland v. 19 12 .613
New-York..1: .19 12 f .613
x-Detroit ;.. .17 16' 315
x-Night Rame not included
t. - irrtn vta n a MirS
Hani trnrtr TIrnnlrlvn
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia- (2)
Milwaukee at Chicago (2) -St.
Louis at Cincinnati
New York 402 000 0118 13 1
Brooklyn .' O0t 004 020 7 12 0
Worthlngton, Grissom t3),MU t3),MU-ler.
ler. t3),MU-ler. (4), Consuegra (6), Margon Margon-erl
erl Margon-erl (8), Barclay (8). and Katt;
Podres. Roebuck (3), Maglie 4),
Craig (6X, Labjne (7) Drysdale
(fl) and campanella. WP.' Bar Barclay
clay Barclay (1-3). LP:-Drysdale (3-D.
HR's": Jablonsklr(DvMay (6),
cimoii (3j. u"'-: t"-
Pittsburgh 110 200 101 13'1
Philadelphia 030 400 lOx 8 15 3
Kline, R. C. JSmith (4) and
Rand; Foiles (8)5 Haddix, rar.
reU (7) and Lopata. WP: Had Haddix
dix Haddix t3-3?:"LF: Kline (0-6). HR':
Lopata (3). Mazeroskl (1). i
; c -v ;
Miiwiike nnoii2l2(V-itl4 1
I Chicaeo 21Q 500 001 6. 10 0
univ 4'nimps tz;, c;rone i,
Jolly (5), Johnson (),fipahn (9)
and Rice, SawatskI (6), Crandall
Valcar nlsfnn fil IJt.tJfi-
fleld (6).Xown (7), Brosnan (8),U
Johnson (2-0). LP; Lown (2-1).
HR; Neefnan (5 Adcock. ;,r(7ir
Speake (3). , fc v
St. Louis at'Cincinnatl (N) V
f 1 11 .;.(" 1 J' t'l'i'
y-Kansaa Hltv 14 19 .424
Baltimore '. 13 18 .419
uy In! 1 M f J'. M
. TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit af Kansas City j
Chicago at Cleveland (2)
-Boston at Baltimore (2)
Washington at New York (2)
- .......... ... -.v' .)?v
; V:-tv .' '1 .i"
' U. -? I ..
Washington Ooo' 100 000 1 :. 9 ,.
,NCWr XOrK 2XU 14V U1X 0 W
Ramos fetobbs 6 and Fitz
gerald; Shantz U-Dand How
ard. LPi Ramos (3-3) HR's
'Bx HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) It Is gen
erally believed .that horse racing
cannot suiyive without betting. -Kn
it u -Ktirttinu to learn that
there will bo no wagering on this
f' Ulmh .inrilin MflKl. IlKLftn I l. v..;i . ..-(
for little DuQuoin, 111. Aug. zi. ; ; ." f
SSsSJft Braves Win, Bums Lose In NL;
will hnerate as our snort in this r ..,; 4
period of S3-milIion days it horse
woinary situaUon: ; . NEW YORK, May 25 (UP)
: Tor there will be no wagering game today to lead, the Chicago
? S r iveBtn vsox to; O-o oyer the
stands of th Grand Circuit. Both efand Indian ; holdini rthe
mJ'Sr. White SoxV firstlace .inarfcin
field, IU., and.5ed.H.,.Mo.. two X'lfT Yoal Yanked
the Hambletonian. Illinois and Mis
1 1 .L!J L i.a.lu -,
"t, sotiri jaws loroia upiuug, fc m
ui r " X ;x ,;, no gg. uene ana won njw,
ashhigton . 27 50 15& who run the DuQuoin lair say there
Night game not included Wiii De n attempt at .circumvent .circumvent-,
, .circumvent-, ... w-v '. '- in h law via lisinr a handbook
or twe. They'll make j plenty f tl
mama nUViAllt Kattflntf
auuiicjr nnuvui! (wvvym
THE HAMB.lTON.AN ilAVi$Nw York;pikfttsdKed Brppk-
. ..la roaJtM' Fkl. V fW I ITTT1 1T1 nnSR I IT. I.I 11 L1I! 1IRB Wt
the first tima fh 26 years. With the ing games -JffvsSnl
exceptions iswa, wbm it was neroi inesv .swo;xjriw oi w
at Empire City in Yonkers because delphia .Phila r gavft v Pittsburgh
nr wariimn-sas .rauonuis. i wenii lis. xuui juui -uii
tto DuQuoin; situated 'in the s'praw'
1 linois, 80 miles southeast of St. I Detroit played lit Kahsas City
JbOUis,.; wnen '-vne1 yB orvuiera a,na 'me f ,iOuis-v,ru"""B.
lout up $S2fiM and agreed 4o con- Cincinnati "In; Pight games 5.
led on entry fees.1 At the DuQuoin terfield for Jive hits in the Jlrst;
m a.. Liri xvewuua lo-oif, an 1C1.1..F, ,r th hum nrotnera an-1- 1 r 'n' 1 1 1 '. i1
Slaughter (2),' Usher (1): Mantle rpihlltA 1250.000 in nurses; .U virtV';'iVfv;'i
?,), Skowron (5). I lt t-swl-H.':.
aureiy yiu.-.inusy in wnw way
..iiinnml tha ntt.ffmhlinff law.'
000 000 000 0 5
500 004 21x 12 17
Pftrterfield, Minarcln (l)r Cha Cha-kales
kales Cha-kales (6) and White,. Daley (.7);
Loes (4-3) and Triandos, Gins Ginsberg
berg Ginsberg (8). LPr 'Porterfield (0-2)
HRs: Triandos 14),-KeU (3).
ChldaKo t iw 101 001 010 4 7, 1
Cleveland, 000 00 0000 .1 0
nhnnvnn 8-l)i and Lollar
Wyhn, pitula (9) and' Naragon,
Nixon LP! vyynn u
Fox" (3), Mlfloso (2).-
Detroit at Kansas City (N)". .l ;
oirPiintuMit tha anti-ffimbline law.
Uho- ronartm aaidt to Don Haves.
31 Ko in U10 least." reolied the
standardbrtd breeder and co-pro
prietor 01 Hayes r air Acres, yn
hut vi Jderiva nothing:
from them Thetfe ara no- prices on
th: horses, we Jav never ibk
the need of pari m u t u e 1 ma
chines." .. ( ' f
Calumet's (row Liege Scores
Win in Rich Jersey Stakes
; S By RAY AYRES
, riMnra., w. JA Mav (UP)
, calumetV Farm's Iron Liege
. the Kentucky .Derby .winner,
turned r back .:. fitter stretch
' challenge at Garden Stake park
today to win the $62,400. Jersey
Stakes by a nose in the fastest
'.running of the race. .er
Taking the lead .shortly after
thee start of themlle and on on-.
. on-. eighth race; Iron Liege held a
commanding lead as the field
f ll three-year-olds entered
. the stretbh. Bat Mrs. Adele L. L.-j.
j. L.-j. Rand's Clem, went after, the
;. Calumet Farm charger in the
trairhtawayand in a stirring
battle that had a crowd of
. 37,783 f screaming, Iron Liege
Just managed to aneak under
the -wire in the sparking time
of 1.48 aver a fast track.
With Bill Haf tack In' the sad-
A Trnn TJmb In anorinv the
aecond stake .triumph, fit Wal
. lim-A.-.ri. LcMaiH'l
its second '' straight victory inlgrandstand t nighw
the race ana enncnea 11s trea treasure
sure treasure chest with a winner's purse
John J. Kelley's We Trust,, a
50 to 1 shot, was third, eight
two finishers in the I8tn run'
nlng of the Jersey Stakes, .i.v
? Then came One-Eyed King,
Promised 'Land, Inside Tract;
Harmonizing, Barbizon, Mister
jive ana Baknt.
' Iron Liege, whlse bid for a
- Triple t Crown championship
was crashed av week ago when
he finished second to Wheat
, ley Stable's Bold Ruler In the
Preakness Stakes, was an
overwhelming favorite. He ran
counted -with Barbiion and
entry-, pair only $3 Jt0 12.40
1 n OA 4k. i.
' Clem returned $4.60 and $2.80
wnne we itusi returoea o.bu
Baclc Vith Both
I 1 1 ...- TTT
. EDTrOR'i NOTEU This ii the
'third, of 12 articles written for
NEA' Service and (Name Paper) Paper)-ty
ty Paper)-ty Ed Dudley, professional of the
Augusta National and Broadmoor
Golf Club of; Colorsdoi Springs
A teacher tor 35 ears Dudley
hn given instruction to 1 and
played with many famous- peo-'
Sle, includiog President. Eisen
owerv r ; : ;
; By ED 'DUDLIY' "'-'v
1 T&ERE ard a number of ways
to .start the club back. : .,
The' body action blend in with
the .hands. Repetition of the swing
eventually produces a feeling that
the -hands and bod are together.
A. lot of professionals teach
starting the lub back with the left
hand. 1 star: it back with both
bands, thus keeping them togeth together
er together with the tame bit of tension on
each. If there isnt a little -tension,
tbeaction is too loose.
. This is the start of the iwing
and therefote the start of its
rhythm. A lot of people say it is
-NEXTi Nearinu tea
gaUed horsey it Kpsecraft Race- ESlfi,. ; let ma advUa you that
.... a-ivAH uiii awi n nnic. via la a i i l
waj, vavu r.-Tir-'iia one mans opinion wis ia owy
miles from downtown--Washington, .4t.Hnii and come
97 it'a hm 4th Grand circuit t rr rrr- :::
'''rKnTklfT;!! haa awnt UClODer.K wui R.am.uu
"TT"jri :Ti than spats witn sports snoes.
tne country un.ani :Th diffieultv aeems to have to
D.rlr Tnorl0W(WVt. Uaill.. WOV.' iO, ..7 I m IZ. t
. f' : r. i. ,-r, ao wtin outsiao mierciw; simm-
norsemen wui n.rB i-,fht, Chica c Whita Sox. testl
more than $3-muiwn m purses f '-ZZrrA h nkahowl n al
. 'li--j:-''.-''XZiUn. the Detroit Ticers. television
"Viae Ann rsar vniir liiaa a.iiaiL uieie r:'-'
- io shows., maearuia.. writing, ine
WlU DC oeuwg; av h.w rUv.,-l,, fnrfi,-, ,-tch and
tracks. Horn? racing nrn";:irr.i.: -tr
i Katttna nnr si iwusia iivv v w wvvwb
lOsurvive Hlwra-sev atanda and alaht .Clubs.
helps. -'!- rwi -oi an whlrh and- haeauaa
.":ZZr Via- of which.' th immortal Yankees
Oil The AUe sre playing basebsn like the row
XJ" 1 TJ! :IhU.' af Trrv MacPhall'a lata la.
rncntad Flatbush A.C.; bolstered
I. .v. irn.vtn Pftflbr nlavers obtained 6n waivers
u"."iri V.. f.t and "fia- from the-Milweukee Braves of
riOUS UUS weea. witu mo ww.' -
nw Signal Service team holding So all of a sudden tha feUows
on to iU eight-game lesd over sec- in the crisp; grsv pinstripes hays
ona P ace q.. wry, ? -rr.frj: r
Baa 111, -.ln8 BCraVCIl ACMWt t4-sf uauu wiciisf saa s
. ai irD r onnmntr iTRawv ara awninarv nianiu.
inn inn alu u- "' .,
r,Mf nu.di, ihm Handle PI Meanwhile. Ihii worry, com
all M jm,m yaj'tav jfW" I .
t -.,;.. . l' : i I oounded witn tne Duraen 01 out
. 4k. c.i iinw ana more the Yankees iCO-consDirators. In
, af ,rii',n remains in which fielders start playing like Babe
ii ntra Omni AAA Rh. e a nld Herman an a bad dir. Outfield
possibly-overtake the leagoe-led- Lri majie like Alphonsa and Gs-
..-timi. wvipa mm. I ik ULit-1 hi
. t. i. l..mt. v. nrTTV
much out f the running at. this anftf Cite J V'aV
late date smre the third 'Pc J0I1BS llUUl Wdf
..m tha 1AGS sauad.lis"20J
games off the pace. ITARttal Ah
The Handicap league n am- m yvBI lll
.nn ha E34th MP Co.. team, fin- "T,
ihed nine cames aneaa-.iH ..fnrT I fNEAl Jim
runner-UD kams, Btry -Vra mM--aftha down
" . t met .il 111 I TT1 w junca una a -
AAA Bn.. awi $try k., win --- w un af father
Bn. These two. C but Catamet trainer stsys
rith Identical 39 win 41 loss rec- Ben, but we aiume ,f
ords, aetss.tating a roll uVh a.rt of to big sUble
week to oeiermui me ruiuij, ..rtJ .t aeveral tracks our our-uam
uam our-uam aince n-iies go only to the t-- k-. n a in
first and second pf.ee teams. uTsn of them vU a sleek
Tha aii-team 'league rac was wuca wiw .t a car.
,1;.. .11 tha war with only one pisne ha
o7ratina- the second and He cunnuy -
lirth olace tetmL in the Btry. D,tw ri a hU ri-
7mS AAA P. Btry. A, 903rd AAA -nV of
1 .v x ae I -l. laaTa ir- aiiie waia .
Bo., and ..the 7 Mruma .-7n j, He flew to Ptnv
'T -.1 '. ed in a three-way- o" TuneVriae .Fabius ttaining
Ute start of the pivot k call it the fourth place with wm 42 loss hco to u. then went,
- "i" w t. J tiiihltn Belmont rin,
U.r1 William H. Turi. and Beyond were
Dick Donovan Hurls f -Hitter
4 rCix iei:feMft,Pg
r.. tat ,,iW
la with fllavaland hr drub
blng the Washington Senators
S-l, behind s l$.hit ttaek
which .featured homo runs by
Mickey Mantle, Enos Slanih Slanih-ter
ter Slanih-ter and Bill Skowron 'and Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, usually rather -docIM
at bat, exploded Jer a IS- vtc-ni-r
nvcr tha Boston Red Sox.
in the. National : League, .ne
AVO. tAajwaa jrpw H
and" Milwaukee rallied' to nose
111 J, AAA SSL ta,AI. IMIfrHV. n V v f w
. & ai
ton errors, seni live runs nomc
and settled the Issue at once,
in-a Riiiw Tjmb nitehed a. strone
five-hit game for the Orioles
Ous Triandos had a three-run
homer and Oeoree Kell a solo
, it ; . '-. i!
The Phils won for the 10th
time In their last 14 games on
a steal of home by Chlco Fer Fer-nandes
nandes Fer-nandes in the' fourth inning
I followed fcy Stan topata's
two-run homer. That made it
"s four-run inning and gave
them 7-4 W4 'which with-
stood a couple of late Pirate
runs. The Pirates were beaten
'for the 12th time in 15 games
and pitcher Ronny Kline suf suffered
fered suffered his sixth loss without
T. Milwaiilraa'a Vldtorv. which
mnvarf. H.- 1 XL nmM from first
place Cincinnati,' was an uphill
axrair, : coming xaiwr' is ouuc
trailed 'by 5-1.' Theu Braves
itihf It. IVi tha' alirhfh' Innlnar
w w.w "o--- ------ w
when Bill Bruton tripled Pel
pranaau nome, tnen acorea ou
Hank Aaron's sacruice jiy. i
NEW YORK (UP) Once upon
:' h- wa- a turn named
a i.iic vi. w "
TK.- ihta rahitel 'that TKDUlar .? r
without- belting,-: saiq ina report- v.
. ' '( ,? v v ; onemontn aner mat miserauir
rt .-not rta!nl doer." said I .nii or.ua" the stock ; maraet
Hayes,-who' won the Hambletonian crashed aid, people started taking
at Goshen in vnv wnn immij ouus-iswan dives xrom open wmuum.
nM- rarinor has beenr conduct-1 if ii it ha doubted, even now
ed at the DuQuoin State Fair for g0m'28 ears Mater;, that there
134 years.'?. Z u c. i" ;r "V was--any connection- whatsoever.
" ii, r. I This Drave siana is
tu nil QUOIN IT AT I .FAIR -. ..rr.-f miwwt In Minhat-
.! Ik -hm than inO.ODO Daid ad-u. t,-t th. ,! nf 4iiHtfmtnt is
missions at from $1.50 to $4.50. It jul ar0und the corner of 161st St.
has the customary- uvestocx ana At thgt ,ta i located a once
atfriralturaLxhimts. The Hsyes HrtWht nun ,nlot aurroundtd by
brothers pton- a ..ste "J10 concrete known as the house that
name auracTiona '.""JRuth built,. Ana tna gioom uiere
today s thicket than, Turkish cot
Tata. -.".... i ,t -ji j
new uf 'V.-T,:.. K-V U third
ton or Vrorseous ueorse ana
Antonio Rocca. Suddenly ( they
csn't. win for- losing. :
. Sa'thav'ra in third nlace. and
the; local populace acta as if the
supreme uourt was caught play playing
ing playing bingo in chambers.
But.it would ha'nlra If tha fan
(4nd sobbing : Cssey Stengel) jB jB-membered
membered jB-membered that they.havo won the
pennant la seven1 of the last eight
years, mere are otner ball players-
trying to feather their nests
and ,other teams have a right to
ijreain oi snaring that World Ser
: laast lnai
avaw iuvt ,.r, a:
Vau sim- Va.minHffii tot th
A UU ptw avtw--
:,i nf tha Hambletonian and Den.ir"
less racing, by the start ot t .h Befor you rush out to "sell" your
urano vutmi, i stocks, or start practicing 'on
Itti.the.two ofyou got together 4
,; You and this masterpiece of real bourbon an
; sure to be tha best of friends for many years
to come. Today's a fine time to make tha ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of, richer, smoother, finer Four
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KIWOtt.a)aVMIUt fOt HSMI MOal tLA
When it's time for the finest I . ;
Four Roses Bourbon
AVAILABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE CLUB
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Bar teats an sale now at Q Panama
Grandstand ($U) en sJe nlfhU of pUy
A KHMkr Btoial
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Anhounces the open
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Qeaning Replacement Parts for all Automobiles.- ; '
GOODYEAR TIRES TASCO BATTERIES
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FOU RENTt ln' Jtiinblr Ball
Vit ana atttaetiva fwe-kad-raent
Chalat Mrith mairf'l team
awl bath. Fam4 in arV Tala Tala-phona
phona Tala-phona Panam' 3-3305
fOR RENT i templtaV;,fiir templtaV;,fiir-nithad
nithad templtaV;,fiir-nithad threa badreofn heosa, hat,
watar, iaraa 168 Via Balia Balia-rio
rio Balia-rio Poraat v A
PHIlJLIPS Oeaaiidda Cottaga
, Sant-Ura. Bo 1890 Pana
ma, ft. da-.P, Phona Papam
FOSTER'S COTTAGES aad Urga
baach beatc Ona iila pact C
iao. Phena Balboa IS 66.
i RENT. Fumiihad room.
Two panom without childran.
l'VSt. No. .1241. i front Lo Lo-'pftliyt
'pftliyt Lo-'pftliyt Palac. f
1 'U0NDON. May 25 (UP) The
Briti Medical Journal warned to to-dajthat
dajthat to-dajthat American polio vaccine
, la pMeeuany aangemua anu yuiv
; brannvoi ii ar uueriuc w
'rprtiam the main xeason why
the ftfvernment has not yet order-
dT American vaccine io aupyiv
meat our own,? said the authonta authonta-tivl'weekly,
tivl'weekly, authonta-tivl'weekly, "is that the same war war-,.irantyibr
,.irantyibr war-,.irantyibr its safety cannot be giv giv-nTs
nTs giv-nTs he Glaxo product the Brit
iisrf Vaccine) receives from the Medr
icaf' BWearch-Council's teat.
' "Though the chances may be re-i
mote that uve -Virus wm coniam coniam-inate
inate coniam-inate 'any.'ysccine supplied to the
, puoyc nowadays, tne taciinai mis
didnl'e apparently happen is en-
oueh la impose caution. .The Ma-
. i hones sUain used for the type-1
anUfteo, is many, iiraes more yiru-
ienk.tnat me ienaer iirain useo
i in Creat BriUin, so that if by mis
chance ome in. a live state react-
- ed tn.tfte puhuc tne result could De
St Issues Lend
Flavor; Oils Slar
NEW YOltft ilay 25 (UP)-The
. stock market as measured by the
averages got exactly nowhere yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. But a number of selected
: issues -gave the market a bull bull-,
, bull-, 'like flavor.
1 The oils, particularly those, out-
; tide uie group usea io compue
ltheaverages, enjoyed a good day,
'Tefieoting the bright forecasts ior
' j f .:
. Corning Glass was a star per performer,
former, performer, rising Vk points on the
4d traduction of a new material
'aid to be "harder than steel,
-'Lghter'than aluminum and nine
1 ,Ue as strong as plate gaUs."
, .TtMaircrafts were victims of
I selling, the result of predictions
' -about deep cuts in the military
'budget and some unfavorable first
quarter -earnings reports. Motors
' 'wdTV practically unchanged, de de-;
; de-; spITd the fact the heads of the
' twWgget companies scaled down
' their predictions of 1957 sales.
Oil end Monterey Oil
Ar4 the two mett active stock.
' .birK ddding mere then 2. Cern Cern-.
. Cern-. tno; flats was third en the "most
- ct1ve" list.
k,;NeVYork Central was sn ac-
- .iit issue on reports the railroad
is considering a 200 million dollar
real estate development project on
ae'.TfO'a acre site in New York. It
closed unchanged. Most of tbe
salJi moved narrowly. Utilities al-
, so were devoid of features.
- In-.tqe oils, gains of 2 points
Kh 1 ..Hie naici
which Thursday dedicated a mod modern
ern modern 200 million dollar refinery,
Welly. Getty, Monterey--and Mis-
on Development. Shell Oil hit
y refit-taking: and gave up 1-4. Na-Vm-
Leao was off 1-2 hi the
: tonarrons metals. Lukens lost
J-2n- an otherwise narrow steel
grojom Losses of more than-1 appeared-
it General Dynamics,
Chanee iVenght- and Crumnan.
Tbe Dow-Jones closing averages
shtwudj lajdustrials tmchsnged at
VJOi raite off J8 at 14S.8T Vti Vti-litiee
litiee Vti-litiee eff .2 t T4-36V and 65
starts off a il at 175.67. Sales te te-tald
tald te-tald t40.0 srares against 2,.
ii9,WJ shares yesterday..
We ahrays fcave a complete)
of Perfeetiea Kereeene
' errt and replacement parti
Z$:n CrnM. CalidonU
ATTENTION, O. 1,1 Jo bulk
todoraj ftr?alfcad apartmtnM. I,
2 badraoma, bet. cold water.
Phone Panama 1-4941..
FOR RENTUnfrunishad .a.
'bartment, private antranca.
Lovaly ratidantial taction Large
living room,, dining foom, two
badrooma, 2 batha, .maid's uar uar-'
' uar-' Yan- locked, taraga Panama 3-
0873. '.,--. i
FOR'RENTiTwo badrotfnt a-'V-.,
partmant on ground floor, ipaci-
V ou and cool, 41 inipoctad; Fur Fur-t
t Fur-t Uhd $80.00, Joio da Fabrag
; Avanue No. 16, Patadana.
FOR RENTt -Complatty furi
niihad apartmant two badroom
balcony, cool and dear, -45th St.
No. 22-13, Bella Vi.ra.
FOR RENT: -r- Cool, acroenad
modern apartment, dining-living,
2 badoomi, larga kitchen and
balcony. Avo. Joie da Fabrega
22 (PasadenaU Apply: "Vantu-'
ra" lama addrcii.
FOR RENT.- Spacioui, twa bed.1
room and two bathroom apartt
mant, Riviara building. Call Pan.
ama 2-1661 during office hours.'
FOR RENT: Furnished wo bed.
room apartment, living-dining
room, stovo, refrigerator, inda inda-pandent.
pandent. inda-pandent. 43th St. No. 64, Bell
Climax Of Christian
lome Veek At First
Today marks the rlnslnir
of Christian Home Week at the
First Baptist Church. Durlno-T;hi!
week there has been Intensive
calling- on, Sunday, School fami families
lies families with abeclal tmnhul mi t
tending church this, mornins at
Friday night the jshurch nro-
vlded a church dinner for over
izo memoers and irienda of the
Sunday school and church. Mrs.
Robert Healed and Mrs. William
Beeby were In charge of the din dinner
ner dinner After; the dinner a church
fellowship featured testimonies
by families of what dally Bible
reading means to family life. The
evening closed with the family
film, "The Faith of Our Fami Families"
lies" Families" and a challenge by Pastor
William Beeby to daily family
worship by erery family of the
This morning; at the 10:40
service the pastor will be speak speaking
ing speaking on, "A Little Bit of Heaven,"
a gift will be given to each fami family,
ly, family, and pledges 'will be received
for daily family worshlo In each
At the evening service the nas-
tor will be speaking on, "The Men
Who Lived Before Adam." The
7:30 service wll be followed by
oeuevers' baptism. The mibllc is
mvitea to atiena we services.
Wild Goose Goes
So Rocket Range
NORKOEPING, Sweden, May 25
(UP) Col. Frank Cervell order ordered
ed ordered the rocket range of tbe Norr Norr-keeping
keeping Norr-keeping jet fighter squadron reop reopened
ened reopened Thursday because of bad
The air base commander closed
the range six weeks ago when he
discovered a Candian wild goose
nesting in the target area. After
brooding her six eggs two weeks
longer than their normal incuba incubation
tion incubation period, mother goose decided
they weren't going to hatch and a a-bandooed
bandooed a-bandooed the nest.
13 Best Clayton
6-Day Boquele Trip
Thirteen soldiers from Battery
C, 764th AAA Bn Fort Clayton,
recently completed a 700 mile
six-day trip to Santiago, David.
Boqnete and Vol can as a reward
for being chosen the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding soldiers la the battery over
the past three months.
1st Lt Thomas E.
The rrouD left their home eoatl
of Fort Clayton and spent theltoa during the alteraod of the
first night In Santiago. The foU, sixth day. -lowlna
day the rroup arrived lni i
Darid. where, after turnlnr orer. The 11 enlisted men maklnr
clothes they had collected in the. the trip were: Sfc Iverardo Ft Ft-zone
zone Ft-zone to the Dnaooers at the ra.lL' rueroa. Sit. WUila R.- Ooooer.
wey spent the remainder of Uie
sight at the Pension Breaea, :
: The third night was apent at
th Hotel Virginia in Boquete
and the fourth night in Vok-an.
On the return trip the fifth
'' sn-'i in ria an1 the
troup arrived back at Fort Clay.
ARMAcia tin iaaVc!!S! aS2N!c.U!? JS .eiJhSWia
thi BS?r5USS! IABMACIA EL BATUKKO-Hraaao Ufovto I
ma neua vnta weana,-, :)..'-i)'l''f!iJ t ii ,t
FOR SAU: Two tiiTlman HutkVIi
low miloaga, axcaptionally goad
buyi, 156 modalo. For infor
mation call Tal. 3-4568, 8 a.nv
12- noon, 2-5 p.m. ,1' v
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 1
210 Hardtop with powarglide,
WW tirat. Oil Balboa1 2-6316.
FOR SALE: Bargain, black
Cadillac lit parfact condition. Za4
' pataria Broadway, phono 2-2809.
FOr SALE;-1948 Buick Sa Sa-dan,
dan, Sa-dan, vary good condition,' $300.;
Phono Balboa 1698.-
FOR SALE: Four door DcLuxa
Chavrfletr standard shift, radio,
oxcellant condition, Albrook
FOR SALI 1 95 J Ford, V-8
. 4-doo : Sedan;- Excaltant Condi--tion,
34.000 milatv Phono' Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2707. 1 r"
FOR SALE: Station Wagon
195! Pentiac, radio, hydromatia.
Tal. 84-2139. ...
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4.
door .Hardtop, powarglide, WSW
tirei), Beat. eah 1 offer at tan
dayv Coat $2,883, C.2,. Liko
now. Balboa 767 A. Tol. Balboa
FOR SALE-1 955 door Ford
Statiab.-, Wagon, power pack
Fordomatic, WSW tirai, R H.
Phono 2-6392, Balbaa.
FOR SALE? 1949 Kaiaar, vary
good condition, now tint. $245.
Talephens Navy 2285.
FOR SALE: 1954 Pontiae star,
chiaf 4-door Sadan, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Alto English Parakeet with
cage. Call Kobbe 4235.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hudson Horn,
or, 4-door aadan, oxcellant con condition
dition condition throughout $550.00.
Houto 8504 Margarita,
FOR SALE Give away price,
tailing Hudson 51 four door sa sadan,
dan, sadan, with hydrametic. Can be
soon' at Rodelag-new building
San Gragorio, Ava. Justo Arose
mona. Price reduced, $220.00.
FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillas
Sport Coupe. Good aondition.
$395.00, 658-BV Curundu Hgh.
FOR SALE Four door DaLuxe
Chovrolot,. standard shift, radio,
oxcellant condition. Albrook
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.,
Packora Shippora .' Mavert
Phonos 2-2451 2-2562
' Leant Riding at
Panama riding school
Riding V Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
et by appointment. , v
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 8-033S
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street
across from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:0t sun. to ll:ea
2:00 p.m. to 6:08 p.m.
TeL Panama 3-3272
"II- Tons flturo dow
McLevy Hachlnas Manga
nam Bata aaalo U4 I mi
Meekal Beits, rill kcacas.
SB A, inta Anmmu a-ait
Oc. acaou. mfawe cairopasiat
$95.00 to $15000
No Down Payment
Easy Payment Plan
: Branch T
' ; Branch
-- TeL S-lttl
. TleU Are. 11-71
? ft, Robert w. Higbtower, 8pl
John C. Carina, SpJ John T. An.
Iderson, Ppl Aruiurw. runs, Pic.
Joe t, Murray, Pfc Clareace A.
HUL Pfc. Dennis W. Hela. Pfc.
Joseph T. LaOranr. pcf. Oary
N. Cooper. Pfc. George A. Hart-
r-n and Pvt Robert t, Uehlla-
I l t N ) .1 i i i i j i i t i ii i i ii jhii inlii ill
j Miscellaneous v :v,Home Articles
fRAL SALeS' v "'FOR SALE wriurrafrbjer.-.
W H I"0?-f C 8 R 5 THS 1 -0-eyele, 'adllent'- aondlf
tHJZOCK 0F TUBBS : tion used -20 months, $150.00.5'
A5SS!l?5,ES.fS5 RA: v Ai.:g. rtow, $25.00. on
- DIO$ AND -T.V. $STS ON : V Panama 3-4283 J i
THS ISTHMUS. INVEftSIO- ? ". .,r.,ii i
NES GENERAL!", AUTO- 'OR SALE i Antomati wishing
MOBILE ROW Nr 38. f ,-wachina and hot watar heater-'
"'m '"1". ". $50.00, vacuum claanar $35.00,
4 FOR SALE: One 9.Z cubic feet dining room soti $40,00, efrr-i;
. Philco upright deepffeess; auto-, ,-garator $80.00,, radio phonog
matie Maytag washing machina; raph $175.00, with roaards; .J
autonfrtie Hotpoint clothes dryer; L. Mann 8063 Vt 10tb St.Apt.
Portabla Singar sawing machine,, 2, Colon.' ' ,V..'
no 20 .6- 12 gage modal 12. T"-1 T
, i, Winchastar, ropoator pump shot-; -.FOR- S ALE :4 Pc., living jopns.'
. gqn, al above in lika now can-, ".fta, upholstarad.; Lika now.,'
! dition; f brand naw LambraHa House? No. 14-7, .Ave, "B! and,.
.. Italian model 150. two saator Callo 20, Apt.1 5. Any .'time. 1
. motor scooter. Quarters 64, Al- 1 ' ", I1"1 2.'
" brok AFB. Lt.- Col. SplolaA. FOR SALE-Larger earvedChf-
.. '. .." .vm.. note cedar chest. 120 Via Porrat
:F0R SALE: 14 c-bi. foot d We Raovelt Theatre, a',;
fraaaa., Panama 3-QI73 ', FOR SALE. RCA NKFI,3 spaed
... "T 7 eord olayar US AOs, Dreatee
FOR SALE! Leaving Canal 15.00, Chest 10.00. Table, 5.004
ZoFi.,Tree aummar suits, naw j(yCe 20.00i Coif chibe 56.00.
white ,Tedo aie 38-42 Jong. 1954 Buick Hard To 14?5.O0 :
Phone, Navy 3665. , 658-B.Cuwwde Weights- r
FOR SALE:- Aguarium tanks FOR SALE: Modern Mexican
(J.2?:,t,,) .''"'- original paintings. Psruvlsn kW,
celUneous tables and elecfrfe ther coffee.table. pair mahogany -'J
motors. Tel. Balboa 4163,, occasional tables, mod leather f
topped coffee: table, tve framed.':,':
. mirrors,' groan- barrel back chair, t
Remington electric raaar. Rattan,
,' Uvaieat, two chairs, eoffee'tablev
Mi i-Tel; 3-63 72 -from -8 to-JO or I.
, COCOL1 ATTENTION! Ana lat. ,h W j',. (f .-4,
tin will give summer classes at, "' .,
the Coceli Clubhouse Studio- be.
! dinning July 2nd tor B veeka. t' Gfi II 6 Ml I VI .,
L Register M,y 28th and May 31t : VJPIICrUI U
between 4 and 5 p.m. for special ,V 1 ' '. 1 .' -itm
rate 2nd registration July 2nd.,,, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
regular ,ato.: For information ; . DRAWER A." DIABLO
Phono -2-44 15. K l-ih BOX 121 1 CRISTOBAL.. CA
Evenlnr coursea in musle a'n-
preciatlon. elementary muain
theory and advanced theory and
V. ,1. . .
uiumuuB' wm.oe oiierea .in
th Canal Zona j-unior College
aummer. aesajon-JoeglnnlnR June
iu, nas Deen announced. Vic-
wr netr. renuiar bhh music
teacher will be the instructor.
.The course lmnusic apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation is designed for the amateur
listener tahd-Ja intended to help
him appreciate and understand
the various forms' and 'style of
music: Such topics' as elements
of music.- an approach to listen.
Inez music as a language. form
in musid and types of musical
expression -wui be aiscusseav
Herr feels that, in-this era of
high fidelity -with its, wide varie
ty of musical off erlnn. it is lm.
portant for everyone, to know
How to listen to all types M mu
The course will cover chroma-
nave record collections who
would like to expand them,
thosa who want to start building:
a recorq uorary, ana tnose wno
just want to be a more intelligent
listener wm rma uus xourse of
interest and valuer ; f
, Courses la music theory are
generally outlined ta suit tha
Units ia the Canal Zone dor.
lne the month of April recorded
a 55 8 per cent reenllstment of
all eligible DersonneL the high
est mark yet attained, Headquar
ters Ui Army caribDean saio.
Top installation of the Canal
zone was Fort Kobbe wnicn re-
enlisted a total of 24 of 58 men
eligible for a rate of 66.7 per
The ratings tf other installa
tions were Fort Oullck, 60 per
centi'Fort Clayton, 52 per cent;
Port Davis and Fort Amador
both 33-3 per cent, and Quarry
There were no men eligible fori
reenllstment at Quarry Heights
during April. One man m the
VS. Army jnisaiotj to Nicaragua i
was eligible ior reenusimeai x5
waa reenlisted to give that ..unit
a rating oc 100 per cent ,.
f - v
ThertoUl for th month of
March tu 31.2 per cent for ba
21U ZQ UZUU r J
... t ... -.
Fatl : Crowinp; Manufacturint; Bui'meet -netda AddU;
tiona! Capital. This ia a wonderful opportunity to
Inveit, larg or atrtk!!. Th Comptny has to, k-
ptind and make farje purchases or equipment.
" Wrhe Bo'i AMI, Panama, R. P. T
OTbW. tASAML-'tniimM WBaADoVr txi. 'liV AOBNCfJlS
$ERVICV-va. Tlvall No. 4 fAKMACIA M1AOO? UNIDOS 4tS Central Ava.
Stnat FABMAClA "SAS" Via rortaa 111 MOVWAJOEf AMOS Jlaalda
'a knt t .' t j .' i e i
requiFeinents of the masie sta-
v deat. Although there, are:, ijcy,
! prerequisites -for the-elemen.
tarr eouese, it is geaefally un-
- elerstood that, in order to' get
.the most from such' a course, a
.student will have to have- fair
. wnderstaadinr of clefs, musieal musieal-,
, musieal-, notation, and some perfermiiir
mediutp, rnstramtntal )r voealj
xThie eeiirswUL' eever seales,
eJefs; intervals, ehora buHdlng
four' part, wrttlng, ::.yr
7eai ana instrumental.
Completion, of the elementary
course, 'on equivalent knowledge,
la a-prerequisite fort the advanc advanced
ed advanced theory- and orchestration;
class, A iirst wtek revievrfwlll
cover .all of the theoretical top top-let
let top-let of. the, elementary course ;as
av "rfreaherwon1y. t :.; ; w u
Jhe course will covet chorma chorma-tlc
tlc chorma-tlc chord structure modulation,
investlitation f -twentieth' cen
tury, harmonic, materials, ai& an
inaiTiauai project x mesiu
dent choosing Permission of
the 'instructor wVU- be' required
ior enrollment -, ; .-, ,
Registration "will be June. 7' at
the junior college. For- further
information Kerr may be con
laeied at tne Baiooa Hleli school
music- Duiiaing, telephone 3-3129.
The units which recorded' 100
per cent reenistment of eligible
personnel during AprU'tar4udevst
Tank Co., 20th dfan try;' serv service
ice service Co.; '20th Infantry; Medical
Co 20th Infantry; Headquarters
isO.. isi jsru 2Uia iniaatrv; no.
L, 20th infantry; 851st Eng- Co.
(Survey Base)? and the it r ar.
my e angle warfare Training Cen-
The f UA Armv Caribbean
Schoo'lat port- Oollck and the
38th AAA DeL'-iRCAT) at 'Fort
Davis also had 100 Drr rent reeo.
ilistmeat rate In AnriL -
: Others' are- at Fort' Clayton:
UA Army IAOS; VS.' Amy
Chemical Service; Birr A, 903rd
aaa bb.; si7th MP Det; 17th
Ord. Co.. (DS); US- Army Ord Ord-aance
aance Ord-aance Service; and Ho. and Hi Hi-Btry,
Btry, Hi-Btry, 6Sth AAA Gp..
The -remaining unit waa the
UJ5. Army Mission to Klcarsgua.
;. FOR SALI 0 LEASE v "U
Loma'V building including gat
v oration businea.at San'CarJet.
7 1 Intor-Arqerican highway. Easy
4 payments. Phone 3-4413,'or I I-r
r I-r 7fl49.'v. p ',t (
FOR RENT OR SALE-Modarn.'
j. nwn, mum Mini. S 'ltlrMHU.M
2 hatha, studio, maid' rooni
. and bath, double garage,, feaaad
. yard, partially furnithtd or un
,3 ...... r. --ry
, raniiw. bail 711 HO.
When' Josenh Haves! Th toe:
perate Jiours opens at The Thea
tre- Guild on Juno 1 for1 .i-r
nigh t run Isthmlatt laudiehces
"i-'ur ;reatea u-'sj. me inn earn
ew xorax critics hailed aa the
neai, m many a season
''The atorv. hand m
iiiei nnijuwin.' i-v.. mi
Hards, .'n-average,lamilv'of four
Whose-.- lify la AixrnntMA rW.
their'; home- Is invaded by- a trio
vm. Bwperaxr escsQea convicts,
Tf! 1 Wota TvieWrJ 'Richard
Watts, Jr of the ifew STork j?ost
, m i is something more than
ft W?y to be -enjoyed for its
thrills .'and Jta atmosfabn-e of
menace, vln an. unostentatious
manner, it la a cheering arid
creaioie tribute to the potential
cuuxage oi oecent ivmn Mn
Pie jpushed .too fars Despite, its
..mueiuot na pacnoiogical vil vil-lalnij,
lalnij, vil-lalnij, -Mr.- Hayes drama makes
you. feel Drettvroorl'arwwt
mua -enaoies vyou- to regard
"elJr' liTled-Hr.f Milliard
. a w ijr-
Tr .Winbor and ft herof
f1 In the "Thontro rtniM -.V...'
tJon .orthl-thrllierlth brain
w.vhTart J"f"n ouotlna; Mr
-Wattsl. Len Wnrrtr ti.v
Woleott annear as vr ,.,.
Ti s 'Jtjf' ,Xc tev.--'
nd. Alex Plotnlkoff will be seen
M the .three desperadoes, th th-ersi'ln,
ersi'ln, th-ersi'ln, tne-oan are Unrknn
icB6b?Menn -Bndrt ; wshan
aViStAl Adajhs. Angus Mathe Mathe-nejr
nejr Mathe-nejr an Kathy WUberThe-play
i -wnaep tne airccuon : of Roy
, A; Little Like RP
;1 BREST, France; May 25 YTJP
Aktter nostmarted July'll MM;
TTived ThuTsdav iri Jtrionrr.
JJrench 'seacoast 'villa e. from
1P51 : FORD CUSTOM. DELUX' SEDAN 5 ;
v -v Xood :Tlrt, Praafw Covert, Fordomatic,
v;;adio , fUii
7 ,i52 '.BUICkA SUPERV--Door' Sadan, Uka Naw
;' Dynaflow, Radio, Palstio Cover .'.Full Price-
. '1954 ., PLYMOUTH SLAN; 1 L
1950 BUICK SPECIAU. 4J)oor. : r-'
1949 PONTlAC SEDAN- 7 : V1
. PlattJc Covert, A CUan,' Cltan Car
i S -'4ft MILES.
WE .HA VI;
' '.THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE V
' FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C70 ;
1, "K 'ti ' i
SERVICESTII, Boots & Motors j
, f v", v FOR 4AL20 cabin erulser
The beat dinners and drinks' k -. V. mm. Gooe condition. Inboard
'ere served m eur modern a k-S onfieo. No. 165 Cristobal Yacht
conditioned cafeteria, (rill -sad Club. Leaving Isthmus; 1-1271. f
- bar.' Hotel Intornacienal "Pie ... '-'":
laieoMsye. SAlIJ-lf 6" boar with
' i ,s iX 25 ni outboard, dual, aontrals.
, ; like new. $575.00. Will ft. 1
"x 'y i Jiance, Balboa 2817.
Take Junjle-Jim Jaunf loat tarn cm. n... nt T.
- Escurslen o the San lias ls- I? -7 -L a7 a. ?r.,,M"
. lands. TMI FIRST OF A SIRIlS c i I hi U? RPM
, OF WIIK-IND TRIPS TO SAN V2 ju 'J0 1th- ft"
LAS IY IOAT. Laav. lalboe- i'VX M
eier 17, 7:00 a.m. Friday. May a'7047
- 41 at. Return Cristobal Sunday FOR, SALC23'6tt cabin arul.
$41.00, .each person. Leaver'; compass, engine rebuilt Cl
Strantort Club, Colo. .10:00 ' 2-1S69. 7,
tn. May Hat. $45.00.eah p." ? -''- r
. toe. For those who are Interested Mntnrivnlm.
m toine thr.uBK the Canal only, fllOlOrCyflCS
; the. price It $7.00 includinji 1 "" prtn cai witn 11
lunch. First night aboard the 1 1ALI--0 "o-
, cria.r "Fetcaderfcf Second A"yti'i ?1 '"'"'. Mcod
night It .pent at San Bis. 1.1... T'' a't i' L"'
Hotel. Oon't for, T,ur camera hthmut. 1.1171. i,
' and .twim twit. For further in' '- j 1 '"'
SrTTaSir 411 I 'r
lr?0 dayt er 1-1J2C nlghra. TxT; ;
1 1 11 :'. -t i 5 t V V
' Mil II iu VANTIDj NorthAmorles
' 2 "" Call Panama B-270.
: ;:yrzr . r."?-" 1
, :.,, v . k'Ml d white kittens 2
, ""ht eld. House 2724 Nice.
Found near Fori San Urenao- Ave. Coeoll. Phone 25-
white ; and grey curly haired I 1'1' r
$Wulti-MWon Postal Bill
May Be Headed For Deadlock
WASrilNGTON.-MaV 28 YUPl'il
&ey House leaaera saia today tne
administration's multi-million dol
lar postal J.'Wll stands" a good
chance of: passing the House by: i
-suDstanuai vote." Tne Senate out.
look was doubtful.- Hh
The HouseVleaders based their
confidence, on last year's action bv
the chamberIt passed a similar
utvaauru wusuug uro cust OI mail-
ing a first class letter from S-to 4
cents and airmail from to T cents.
However, the Senate took no ac
tion in the 195 presidential elec election
tion election 'year. Chances of action this
years, are ta little ?.better but still
not bright. They would be even
less : if the- roe tiure lies; over uh'
Ul tha 195S eongessional"election
House Republican-Leader Joseph
Martin Jr. Mass said congres
sional attempts to cut the budget
should' give the postal bill added
impetus in the House. The bill is
designed to cut the Post Office De Department's
partment's Department's huge deficit. Tre ad
ministration counted on its revenue
in 'drafting the budget.;"-' ;
House "Democratic Leader John
. McCormsck Mass said he
would call the bill up for action as
soon as possible, but that couldn't
be before mid-June. The House has
several other measures scheduled
The lots In Pariana Lest
GOING TO IUVE TO
To Get a BARGAIN
SO TAKE A RIDE AND PAT US A VISIT
IDZRE. ARE A FEW OF HIE BARGAINS
Plastic Covert Full
A food tecond car, ruijt like a top
' i v ...Full Prict a
JYOU ARE, ONLY ONE HOUR AWAY FROM
r MANY MORE SUPER BARGAINS
FROM PANA.MA. COME AND
THE' BEST USED CARS
for consideration in coming weelcs.
mcluding mUitary i appropriations
and the, controversial civil righU
Mil. t .. ..
' McCormark said ...2. u
'Oro ciearea away some oth
er measure such as school aid leg."
islation may-get priority over the
postal bill. .4 (,-.-
"i t i i!,;,'''
POUsl ANNUAL INCRIAIII
Tha bill calls lor t one-cent W
crease for regular and air mail let-
ters and postcards. It woud pro
vide' for. four annual 15 per cent
increases in second class rates for
newspapers and magasines, a 25
per cent boost in book rates and a
substs ntial boost for, third 'nelass
advertising matter,. ,' , c
r 1 i -, A
Thf third class Increase would 'l
amount to 50 per cent on items
mailed individually and 66 per cent
over two years for bulk mailings.
' The -combined inereas ia I a
bring in an estimated, 4 2 million
doners m CsisI 1958 and 527.500..
000 jrearly by 1961.
' mmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmwmmmMmmmmwmmm ''''''
Zebra Takes Bite
INDIANAPOLIS. Mat 25 YtJPU-
A State Board of Health annual
report listing esses where snimaU
bit people today listed a surprise
culprit, one person was bitten by
a seora. t
SEE US .
THE SUNDAY AMERICA!
-', 'MM i
Bridal Shower Dessert
:.. BRIDE'S SHOWER luncheon will be enhanced y W straw-,
' berry -sweetheart caka that also would fit on reception menu.
Mr '1, 'Vw : ' V:" jVm',
, t- i '.i,; -By GAYNOR MAJDOX t--,
4, Ui NEA Food and Market Editor s, ,',
This trTvberry sweetheart cake
makes 'a lovely dessert; wr
bride' shower luncheon. When
the recipe is doubled and served
as "twin cakes," me cosi is ap ap-proxinutelv
proxinutelv ap-proxinutelv $3.50 for 25 guests.
The cakt "js so beautiful and fes festive
tive festive it Iso -cn be used for I wed wedding
ding wedding reception menu. jlt ,,,,,
J" "STRAWBERRY V
SWEETHEART CAKE l
"Mix i'pikage white cake mfx
according to package directions,
adding 2-4. teaspoon pure vanilla
extract along with the liquid in ingredients.
gredients. ingredients. Bake according to dir directions
ections directions on package in two weU weU-greased,
greased, weU-greased, waxed, paper lined,
heart-shaped: layer .cake pans 1
inch depi Cgdl onwir-rack. v j
Meanwhile, soften i teaspoon un
flavored gelatin in 1 tablespoon!
coldiwate.. Place over hot water
to dissolve; Fold gelatin- Into "1 cup:
heavy cream, whipped, along with;
1 1-2 tablespoons sugar ana i-i
teaspoon pure vanilla extract, h
Spread a thin 'layer of whipped
Cream and then 2 cup sliced fresh
strawberries between layers. Top
cake with another layer of whipped
crea.-n, Fill in center ol heart with
1 1-2 cupsisUced,; fresh strawber strawberries,
ries, strawberries, leaving I-inch rim around
outside edgeTrf cake. Pour straw-
berry glaae over berries. Decorate
top and sides of cake with remain- j
ing whipped cream- put -through
a cake decorator's tube. For twin,
tnVps dm:hlB the. reciD&r Garnish
with' additional strawberries nd
vSweetheau roses, if desired. w
.- Thi cake can be' made up the
day l)efore and placed jn refriger
ator until. serving ume a ...
starch, 1-4 cup T. water, 1-4 cup
stra wherry jpuree tJ-S cup sliced
fresh strawberries pressed through
a fine sive. ;-4 cup sugar),
Blend cornstarch with water un
til smooth. Add remaining ingre
dients and cook: until clear ,, and
thickened, Ji 1 stirring , constantly
Also for shower luncheon, neres
wedding bell saiaa; ;
i MOLDED WEDDING BELL
, 4, SALAD 1
Knftcn 3, envelooed4 unflavored
eclatin in 3-4 cup cold water. Add
3 1-3 cups hot water, 1-4 teaspoon
salt ant 1 cup sugar anq sur uniu
sugar and gelatin are oissoivea,
' th : fit' A. VST- , -"' .',
mni in i IcuD llresn lime juice
and 1-2 teaspoon pure vaniua ex
tract and a few drops green vege.
thl oorinB. Chill until the mix
tnrfl K' ahout i thick as fresh egg
whites. Fold in 3 cups green seeo-
less grapes. Turn into j.. ca
wedding bell mold. Chill until firm
land. ready to serve. :-. r ; .,
4 tnmold onto serving plate,
r:miKh with cklad creens,and ad-
rfiHnmi sccaless firaoes. Serve
with mayonnaise or fruit salad
dressing. r -"".''-lw'
. ; Note: DOUDieo 10 serve o gucsia,
cost wilL b" approximately z.u
. BRIDE'S 4
; w JH- C?V
he (Sett (liech
Here's preview of summer fashions yonll be wearing aood.
Blue-and-white sissy dress (left) has tucked .front, and a aeat
small collar. The shirtwaist dress with, embroidered .bishop
i.vM tntr la b Junior SoDhisticateS in pink' linen. This
ij! i:: iiiipiipiM
is1 gix liiiiii- hi
; f '; , i
if m V ; r
, : F f
t' 1 M
I f ( 3
i' 'A'' If '
I ; ; If-
EOrli' (For -25 ; guests "total cost
$13.2T.) Tomato v bouillon witn
cheese, "cks ti.wn
shrimp wilh mayonnaise (,2.25),
wedding bell., grape salad mold
$2 50), hot lover's knot rolls and
U.. ft., iQl
"s ' .,,, fee ($1.12), cream and sugar (7S
One and one-half teaspoons corn-' cents, mints $1.20). v
Simpte ieautu oidine
I i a very sleek, version-ol tne ajiinwajswiw-itna-wiui iiu-iwm seep its aniini !;'"u',v.M
.'M':V-iVS.t- 'Ml '-;M.'M v.;;
r.-X',' -'''j.M.i.isjM :-:KrAloWn'' iTnWa will be nsstel and. vivid.. wrist -length sleeves.
. J.L ieceit on white., SomeeMength sleeves,
NKW ; YO M K -I JN JL A I fNO lucre will w ihmj'ichiuw H'i ... ..
It will tome in versions for morn-
with -i atraiehts The shirtwaist can..button hign mg, attetnoon sna 'evening wear.
iiS?ir -: tm-n v-): "' WP I
doubt about it, the shirtwaist s. sto
u .going places umnie. XgjJ;,,; ts toV demuri oll.t-of Jl can have It's' been with us in; somerm for
, v s?lrsl:ia5" W."i."M fil ed In manv SLsons now! but th is year
ill (hn cum mor mnn niiuiwtTif i wiua iiL.a, bilj h wwumiim iivvv r - . ... w ,,
wiu ;jijc .v-w ,r-: i-T Mm. hi Tj ,1 i:uu .m u;ma V.ur. Tf tivMt fash An Imnortancfi 11 me.
mallA ArtntU mcmI bv ilesirAer Greta Plattrr for A dress In which
I UmmAIA kiih WAti-il1tr ann kAlAHran tgm lniMiaflnt-r
. a.,, r 11 m :j I Ul l 1 X A. a i iA 1
fadinff r either wtshlnr or tanlifht. S any one of the three:
short sleeves or
Teen-ace skin needs consUnt care with aoap-ano'-water. This
A tcen-f ger (above) nses good Iatbrr M remove snake-np before
i she applies fresh powder, rovge and lipstick.-
By ALICIA MART
' -f NA Btauty Editor
tne lucky ones in the matter, of
Deauyr care, inrj nave no con concern
cern concern about wrinkles or crery
throat lines or fine hntt about the
don't pile ou the make-up. A light
dusting of powder, a touch of
rouge and a rosy, clear lipstick
are in mo4 cases the only beauty
aids your skin really needs.
Your elofbtT'are becoming only
when they are well-fitted. Have
the neceary alterations made
when you buy them. And doni de decide
cide decide that rou can "get bv" with
out altffi'.tom .if. bouk!ers or
This doent mean that they
need not "develop a beauty teach-
tiqueit "iirpiy means, that the
'. teens ae, tte time when soap and
water treatment is about the only
care a v,' skin needs.
i Bu it's, a care that muf be reg
ular. Kvcn for teeners there are waUUine are wrong
important tesuty rules and one of
then is never but never apply
fresh ma'w-up ever old. Before jroii
do your ttr- over, give it a good! Women whi are afraid of color
sct and water cleansm;. 'present a frah arprance in com
Tr.is ential in keeping your h nauons of Mack and gray or bstt
skin ldYly and free of the b!rn-!blue and cry-Lesrn to make m m-a
a m-a ivhes th.i make a teener's ufe or wcrk for you. If yoo're efrsid
mitcraMe. Orce jour tkj is dean, of U, ate it first in acceuones.
nM-aA in- try
. V" By KAY1' SHE RWOOD? i "T 'V.t ; ryT.J.fy. 1--.
v NEA Staff Writor;V,, M ) flJ Jr;X -T';f- MM.
whaiing ; r'M ; '-;v V V"" mm- trf-
i,mif.. vmin -old tove this :i v s 4 v
'-j Hi By ALICIA' HART
I i S v i .. v Jl
cmnH time of vekr to press your
case. New. ranges,-In shining dis
play everywhere, "tter ieaiure
to -overcome most' inconveniences
of the old style stove5. And they
promise their -lucky owners more
free time for outdoor summer life.
What's the ease'.against-'your old
stoveT :'"-V'';;? ''' 'vV;','''
i -Itf ine is bulgy. The oven is tod
small and bakes unevenly.- Broil Broiling
ing Broiling is ad exercise calling for deep
knee bends, the-stove- was omit
before automatic' timers so 1 have
to be on band to start, watch and
stop- all cooking proceddresIo
clean It is difficult if not in some
areas "practically imposible'
NEW rREE4TANDINO TSnoet
are styled with flat fronts, straight
sides and few curves. They fit flush
with tcabinets" and' give a built-in
took.;-,;.- y... ;..M; ; j.
Controls' are often placed oa tile
high back-Splash to" keep then) out
of the way of children and to kee
the front unencumbered.
Sizes vary, ibut; even the space space-saving
saving space-saving 30-inch ranges offer ovens
lareer than mine. A double oven
offers real- flexibility for W large
tamiiy or wnere mucn eaienauiing
is done. i v
v For easier handling of food, ov oven
en oven shelves are .built to roll aB the
way out without tipping. Lighter
colored porcelain or metal inte
riors increase heat reflectiotf and
cooking efficiency. 7 ;
Broilers in-come can be efevaie
ed wiin a lever or crann. mer
models .offer vertical broilers -to
cook b&h sides of the food at once.
Automatic timers and thermo thermostatic
static thermostatic controls are not new, but
what is noticeable is theirt in increased
creased increased use and their improved,
simplified operation. You Pstul
have to guide procedures. of
course.- But it's now possible to
get a range equipped to perform
almost any cooking operation au
tomatically or at least with a min minimum
imum minimum of pot-watching.-
In. addition to the automatic ev
en-timer,- you have such gadgets
as the automatic meat thermome
ter for precise roasting and brc-J-ing
results, the thermostatic con control
trol control en top burners to hold food
st a pre set temperature, and the
timed appliance outlet on the stove
for coffee makers. j
If you plan the meal and set
the diala correctly, you csn Hake
the afternoon off and still have
dinner promptly at sit o'clock.
EVEN WITH all ffce a'ulomali
wonder.' pot sti.l botl ever,
pies wii leak," srease will spat spatter
ter spatter and an occa.ioisl poia'o will
explode in the oven. Which brings
jp the subject of cleaning i
In the new .model there are
f t '
I up-M-eate aniomaue eonirou, roomy orens an eaay-ieewMi
I nrf sees replace drudgery with yjeunre 00 the kitchen range.
fewer nooks' and 'seams to 'catch
ireise, Removable! '' oven "doors,
shown on several styles,' open up
the interiors for easier, and, more
efficient scrubbing. :'.
Olf one range. a recesed ,ctk.
Ihg lpp With a fraised' edge pre prevents,
vents, prevents, spilj-overs from dripping
onto the floor and" corrals .'the
mess for quick mopping op.
SSBBsr bloiuea tkat demand no troning are a weleoeae addition
, Xm a firt'r wardrobe. BtM In nylea. daeron and oima (left)
.has persaaiteotlT-pleatcd raffles ooUininc steck and sleeves.
-Daermr-aBd-frfma ktoese nrt) hod eyelet yoke ovtHned with
ltr mffl- lwt(i are Jody B4 ee4gfc-,By GAULE DL'GAS,
Mmtii Mltw. ? -'-
NEA Beauty Editor-
'Whatever Hr"ls''vnu want most
from life will come to you far-more
readily if"you arei attractive. It
may be a job-or a man or both.
This doesn'lr mean that you must
be a ravin; beauty to achieve hap
piness. As a matter of fact, many
great beauties have known very
little happiness, it means that
careful attention to figure, hair
and skin can make you into a love
ly person even though you do not
possess true beauty at. the outset.
Any jiiti, who. envies pther. women
uicjr, (iwi luuaa 11 we siri wno
says she never has time to exer
cise or diet or orush her hair dailv.
Shi does have .time to loll' about
eatinx candy or watchina TV end-
jessiy, feoer nas. luts f time -' in
which to teel vaguely dissatisfied.
She won't ttke the time to do some
thing abotil her. dissatisfactioiw!
And p. theircwardg9to,pther
- The best time for a teen-ager to
get after a case of acne is-while
U'a still mild Don't let it set in
it may teet me really serious. And
getting, -rid of acne takes, disci discipline,
pline, discipline, self-control and accuracy.
You roust keep your skin scrup scrupulously
ulously scrupulously clean. Wash it at least
twice a day with mild soap and
warm wafer. Don't use make-up
other than a little lipstick. .11 you
must ponder your face -with your
hands, ever. And do drink lots' of
water and get lots of rest. You
know that von must avoid rich and
fatty foodi. Be out in the sun as
much -as yon can. Get plenty of
exercise, which will help your cir cir-culatioru
culatioru cir-culatioru And don't let up on your
Srograra tor one single day u you
ope to see improvement.
Mrs. Bumiee Dees of Indlanola, Mlaa was ebeeea aa the year's
nutanding supermarket checker. The mink stole Is amenr her iC?
ee, -Shown Blaeinr the erewn om her hand la Kn atari
Catvor of La Hambra, Calif, who took tbo honor 1SSC ?;
CLEVELAND (NEA) Hoards
o( people- wander up 1 and down
the aisles of a modern -supermarket,'
putting this and that into their
carts. When the Last item has been
tossed in, they take1 a 'firm grip
on Junior's hand And head for he
check-out:' counter, V X 4.4
Machine hke operation ., wr, ex expected
pected expected 1 of 'the checkers, usually
girls or women. from the often
tired, impatient J shopper. What
type of female is best suited to
this job? The Super Market In
stitute decided to fmd out. rood
Topics Magazine was commission commissioned
ed commissioned to do;the.-job.:V.'-.,..-V-.v;-:-,'.'.-i.:-The
magazine, working with re7
searchers from Long Island Uni
versity's-- college of business- ad
ministration, uncovered these facts
aner interviewing more than 100
checkers -in Michigan, California,
Ohio, Nebirafka, New Jersey, Penn
sylvania and Massachusetts.
CHECKERS ADJUDGED to he
competent ranged from 2d to 40.
Two of three checkers 17 to 20
were rated less desirable.
Good checkers haVe had only
e and a half previous jobs on
the' average while the inferior
w.itIim's iverflBpd 'at leant two
and a half.' The inferior checkers' rudeness from' the customer.
reason?-tor moving on was inva invariably
riably invariably money rtMii'
Competent checkers like working
in supermarkets because they like
dealing with people while the less
desirable ones shrugged, "It's a
ion jiKe any omer ana ti pays a sa-
Th Inferior group largely fett.nt
such obligat'ons. They hist work-J!
ed to satisfy their own immediati -.
- '-.a --.. Ar'.-VA ' iMt
BEINO TREATED as a mem"
ber of the firm is important W
the co.jpetent worker. They likw
to attend regulr, employe meet.
ings and learn .what's happentm(7J
in the store. The aurvey stressetun
that housewives, with a .1 tr oiri"
sense of family and employer
alty make up the bulk of t h w ?
group. The clock ; watcher inamJ,
festly doesn't care what the tOl
pany dotsv; .. u w -r .-
-i -f--'':' 'v': -,.; -' CvW-
The reliable worker tyglii
like my customers. I don't belie vtx
in arguing with them After alL;
the pay my wages." Tail? tciht.tV
inferior checker and you'll hear
"You can hxve the customers,ana
you're welcome to them, TheyTf-' .'
so fussy all they want is eery
ice. I wish they had to' work for. a,.
living.V ,,..f:- i(nfato..
Both groups, good and bad, re;J1(,
sent too many bosses, too JaUn.
hours, menial tasks, not enough
help to properly load the shopping ,,
bags-and. bad manners from the..,
etf-e 'he'i They can overlook
Wone 'doesnTi "mCaifi 14" "much
to the satisfied worker 'as long as
salaries are in accordance with
the standaid rate, This point was
generally maae oy tne aesiraoie
checker! A nice. boss is better than
money in the bank. :
The nrine'nal reason for -' t h e
cashier who does 1 satisfactory
job with family responsibilities responsibilities-assuring
assuring responsibilities-assuring the children's education,
paying off or imprbving the home. J
SMI CONDUCTS A yearly Icoti:
WW W. IISaK vuv S V VBOU1CI TVJJU
best typifies the ideal chedkeri
This year's winner,-given the, a-,
ward at the institute's annual con-' "'
vention in Cleveland, just abm't "M
fills that jdeaLLShe'a Mrf., Bernic1 w
Dees of Indianola, Miss- marrff7
to a salesman and the mother' oM -two
children, nine and eight,- '''
. Institute officials think it siltnf-4
ficant that eight of the 10 finalist
in the contest were married. v" -Bo
the girl you meet checkinf
out -of a. supermarket in the fvv
ture will probably be a Bttle-old
er, married, not impatient, a'n'd,,
quite obviously, satisfied with, her i
Job. "..i-.-..f.c-? f1Si
1 1 ) 1- - S
FJ 4 Af Ma "I 7
By MRS MURIEL LAWRENCE domdo. We dislike them for waa"M
T V ninl 111 mirti th,m 4. fl .t
do you remember the Greek
Dear Miss ''Miserable":
I think it's indeed difficult to be
the "steady date" of a boy who is
often late tor engagements, breaks
them and has to be asked "When
do I see ymi again?
t Perhaps vou'd better stop listen
ing to this boy's assurances that
he likes yoa-anc reauze his ac
tions tell you he isn t sure of this
Let's leave him alone unjil he Is.
'When we think we have to make
up boys' minds for them on this
matter, wr are allowing the boys'
funcertainty to make u demand
ing- and provocative. We- resent
this deenlv.. Though we may still
imagine we want tne. ooys, we sei-
Andean coffee pot is half the
battle in making coffee. Percolate
a mixture of baking aoda and wat
er occasionally. Then rinse well.
However, -aluminum coffee-makers
use a special cleaner, -v
Stuffing" a shallow drawer with
your linens defeats, the storage
mimosa. Too manv nieces oiled
one on another cause mussing.
A lafhioom needs scouring
more thse most rooms at home.
If (you have guests, keep a sponge
ana cleanser in view for them 10
use en the bathtub. It saves, yon
work and keeps them- from eiing
a. wash cloth to clean up after
bathing.'- -;. -
. -CP. J. J-
.Put Baby in I cotton ptisso sleep sleeping
ing sleeping big while on a junket by ear
or train. At overnight stops, the
sually do not need rouge,, but be- bag can be sbdsed clean. No iroa-
yona teect mere are few women ,ing neeaea.
with such Ts lest skins that they
Bouge is the part of make-up
that most women apply with least;
skill. In recent years, there his
been a fruit vogue for going with without
out without it. ItS true that teen-agers il
ea n afford to be .without a touch
of rougt. When it's used properly,
it takes away the tired and tense
Bathing t more fun for Baby
when there Is Something to play
with. A orient colored rubber boat
look that many middle-aced worn-1 is a good tun toy Baby may ehew
en have Generally, cake rouge is, on it or fha it around. Swish the
best for 'ly skins and eream or 1 boat through hot soap or detergent
liquid rouge for dry skins. But Isnrir to nrah away eoU from the
whichever you use. applv it h?nt-iused bath water. 1
ly and Wend it carefully,, either
with your finrertip or with a cot
ton puff. Always powder over
rouse, when you've finished ap-
you remember tne Greek 1
statue called "Venue de MiloT t
Listen to what a young English"
painter namd Michael A y r t o-nr
says about ber: "She holds peace
in her slow rhythms, for this idear
woman is not provocative. It is
not that she is sexless, far frona 4t
but she is not there to stimulate. ,i
That is the task of fashion. She hw
there as the haven tf return;"
- Then be reminds us that the ap
peal of Venua de -Milo hassouU ;
lasted centuries of changing fash.
ions in sirens and other demand-
ing women - ; -.-
Today's girls need to accept the
wni in AjTTon a woras. v,..'
They ace so many movies -and, M1
advertise nents. read so m 9 ny--
stories that glorify girls -who- -"make
toys like them that theju
feel they have to focee their boy-
friends to like them, too. What the -writers
of the movies, ads ,aod -fiction
dont tell us is .that, this.
responsibility keeps us anxioii,
and resentful. .-w.-,'
Just as a boy's uncertainty ,al
bout os keeps us miserably duo
suing him, so hid decisiveness
bout us restores us the ilof.
rhythms" of the Goddess of Love..
We relax. We begin to flow. Be- t
cause we cn feel the boy's decj- ;
siveness and directness, our real'
nature as wtmaa befins to ploa-
som in warmth and response.
He's al-viyr worth waiting forZl 1
the boy who needs no help in do-'-
ciding wnat bo wants. .v
The least attractive thinr wr
can out on rour head is th W'
called peeant scarf If yo'-
must wear pte curia ta yobiie, eev ;
er them with a jersy cap or-aw-length
of clufoe tied like a s
The bnt thing to do with ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe mistakes is to leans by tbRW
Why areat Vu happy er eem!"
able weareg them What s wrong
about themf If yon enalye your
misUkes, ywre not likely to re-.:
Large wnmm will arpear rrrfr
r ia whn tight and briht colors.'
They should, by all means, a-
void red. But they ee1nt er r
In planning a new kitchen, save
rourself seme steos. Fronts of e-
qulpmcnt Puced on -opposite wai;i,tfetnelTe i a ivy ini 6 11.
piyme it. to ive a ligatly veued.Miouia rr be much more than nve rnere ar nny coot cxs ct
effect. lfeet apart. .-- s Ithat are CaUencg.
Read story cn paga?
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1 r v XXXIII
i S FINAL nodded. -The gun's his
I .1 T .t mvsplf. .Last unie j
t k it in the nanas. v
S. Vwas cachin' it on
er'. above the hayloft, in Betain s
ba?You'' think Rockabye's
They're jobbing the old man,
Jfi.tr, '' .hhP thev are but
1 can't worir up wuu.
: ..uuj tnn manv t3liers
rite a ,iu B Dau,ks
..a warrant'' ,, wnat
"Hot seen, rmai ". "-
. the marshal had run Mo.
i V Juramer wiuaucu.
- 5r..ii ma some more about
, i, A n'f mnrh to tell. umy
.t- ,,-. -,..o Anarhes come
oBn Vatagon tram --burnt
11.11 U Uiua i, (
r them repeaters.
Kramer grinned, "Funny thing
,i.C:.. iViat T Rwined this rifle outa
h- m Was tixin' to
. ik. v.ino Avpr to Irant an
how to dd bullheaded Berkley
! we what he thought of them
.' ti'U. that nnrtv US lliai b
is,.,,.,u "irtd He tow
: ruiai, Dial ".fc, ------ j
Kramer what had happened at
lad Springs. 'That-sample you
fri-i. frnm strimk's office might
' w thP maior'd want facts
ain't eot none. Be your
-word against Strunk's and StrunK
Jolds aU the aces.- He frowned
it the Knotted Urst holding his
' xi,'H thPV find out so
! uick what happened.?
"Injuns let one of them drivers
. it away." Kramer's lip curled.
, f'lf Berkley had any savvy that
should of woke him
Irodded me into searchin' Strunk s
e lice. Sometimes in a raid a feUer
Hpp! Bit clear, bui n s.nncuu""
when you're dealin'
' es." ;
tr vnA ant tViie Anacne end oi
Strunk's stick pretty well blunted
vy that trip to Mad Springs had
even gained Taunee a little -lace
..ith his people, but this amounted
tv, nnthintr beside the fact of that
..... r.-,A Mainr Rprklev was a
. ; tn Bnina hv the book and
u? facts thrown at him here would
have him convmcea aireaay. m m-,
, m-, t ians had ambushed and wiped out
his supply train. He had the word
a lone survivor it was Taunea 3
Apaches. Nothing short of direct
- orders from the Department com
. mander was going to save thai
ribe if Berkjey caught, one red redskin
skin redskin with an Army rifle in his
lands. Certainly he wouldn't catch
Anything until he'd outfitted and
got replacements, but this wouldn't
op tne juggernaut Of his repris-
Some way they had to be stop stopped.
ped. stopped. And there was co way Jim
could think of but to reach the
ache first. "We don't know where
them guns are," Kramer argued.
"You'll never dig up them rifles
Ground Squattin 0. He'll be-clean
' J)s a hound's tooth when it comes
- -to his own, skirts."
. "They"! be at Skillet." Jim
ilashed his horse with the rein
nds. "We'll try the linecamp on
i m atom
J,. STRUNK had come into this
.country with little to sustain him
beyond a saddle blanket and the
Unalterable conviction that God
ielpi those who help themselves.
OEv fS 9 4&'3ts SgN g
ft, i i
r m -k.
lS Q 0 (TODAY) H3ii;f5l
7 47 t S
- V lag, 3:12, S:M,
Mi ? lurWA
i9 ti-(ii i
He'd been- successfully helping
himself ever since, oniy one pre precaution
caution precaution ever made hinvpau3e or
uni!K' vwice aoout a tning. If a
scheme required him personally
to be in the neat1 Vicinity of any
activity which might later be look looked
ed looked into he would reshape the deal
until hip. presence wag Uncalled
for; .This prudence had stood him
in good stead .until Joe Bob let
Jim Final out of Yuma. ;
He'd had that old fool exactly
where he wanted i him ind the
marshal would have -seen i. this
through without a hitch. Cm the
evidence Dawks had assembled it
would be no chore to find a man
to go out there, but that wasn't
tnough for Strunk. He didn't want
the rancher brought to rial; he
wanted him kiueq while trying io
escape. ).' -0
Strunk jumped to bis ieet; grab-!
bed out of his chair by sheer ins-
piration. Rockabyel The man was
made for the on- On top of every
thing else rBentain s range boss,
With his own necK to uiidk o:,
wouldn't be at all squeamish -J
nor -would anyone be apt to hook
him up witn viia ju un&i Bentain's
own man!. Aockabye. as the law in
these par(s, would make, every everything
thing everything look proper.
STRUNK Started pacing -Having
been trapped once through the a-
gency of Rocka by e:, Final would
never In this world ... Every time
it was Final! Why hadn t, soraebo
dv kuied him!
Tapp was out there now hunting
Finai, and. lapp's crew was out in
the hills with those rules and, oy
this time. Chuleh would be trying
to- maite-contact: but lapp wasm
aware he didn t know Jim Final
had come into town, or that Dawks
was dead or that this feisty tool
Kramer had gone and got : nis
back up. Instead of being reassur reassured
ed reassured by TappJs recent display of ini
tiative in the matter of, Roup.
Strunk was gripped by the fear
that Tapp might improvise again.
vne qiiscaiLUianon or iuiunuec
Strunk stbpped in his J tricks.
He went cold all over. Tlisf dis-
mantled. rifle Cretch- hadf Ichea
He ripped open a draw scat
FULL dark had squeezed the
last light irom the yard when
Quail re entered the house after
discovering Marcia's departure.
She kindled a glow in the kitchen
lamp and stood for some moments
gazing drearily at nothing. With
extreme reluctance she picked up
the lamp and walked down the
hall to uer father's door.. She
wished there were some better
way, .but knocked, t
"Quail," she answered his muf
fled question. "Marcia's gone."
She heard him. stir. He pulled
open the door, looking unbelieva
bly fragile and helpless, His stare
went right through her. I should
have taken a gun to him."
"To Jim? Quail said, startled.
KocKaoye. tsentain spuke m
the odd-timbered tones of a sleep sleepwalker.
walker. sleepwalker. "Rockabye told Jim a a-bout
bout a-bout those cattle." Bentain drag dragged
ged dragged a hand across his chest. "I
should have known then. .did, I
suppose,' but I kept hoping it was
Jim that he'd sold Jim down the
river in a fit of temper because
I had put Jim over him."
Dad, why did you do it" :
Bentain wasn't seeing her. He
was staring back through the
years and his -stubbled jaw trem
bled.1'. vr .. :
"Was it because of what Jini
meant to'Me?' v
1:00, 1:SX J:37S:t3, 1:0S,
Ilia KINS Pfavt The UnHm,
Same In The West with &
t 1 m -
-- j Queens! ft"
"Because of Strunk. And what
L figured he was up to. I know
he was fixing to. squeeze ma
and I thought, after losing, the
ranch like he done;' Jimwas the
best insurance I could buy. Crew
we had wasn't gun fighters and I
thought,' considering the
Strunk had fleeced him
pulled the brown coat tighter1 over
his shoulders. "I'll pay for 4UI
been payin for it and for trying to
buy time at Jim's expense'
Some mwara leap of bitterness
or anger tighened Uentain's'in thA nf thi. lanrf-u,,
cheeks. 'She made her bed." His
eyes m that moment were agate
hard, rio -scrubbed a hng
hand across his face. "We're cone
here, girl. I traded your right toW it
a governor's lies and now they've" nJJJ&Jk
TO&i back: into
the dark of his office. .Then hisl4"4""8 01SI,",
face came around,' ,a grotesque!
smue twisted nis moutn; r-xnree
years i ve lived with the dread ot
this day, feelin' it gnaw like the
teeth of a leg-caught lobo. I don't
care wnat nappens now.v iack
your things and get out."
"I'll stay," Quail said quietly.
FINAL, never putting r it 1 into
wornR. was inrlinprt to sharp that
i grim opinion. If he'd guessed
right and found the cache before
the Indians reached it he would
do what he was able to, but had
no nope Deyona inis. v
He pushed the pace. When lhe
horses under saddle gave out, he
and Kramer abandoned them,
switching their hulls to the pair
they a been leading.
lhe moon was 'down and the
night was nearly gone when they
came out of the brush and got in into
to into the grasslands surrounding the
mesa. The great flat-topped moun mountain
tain mountain stood stark and bleak against
the fading light of the stars. Final
let the horses blow while he star stared
ed stared apprehensively into the east
where already the horizon was be beginning
ginning beginning to emerge, in P indistinct
shades of gray. ; :-',-?,,.
"Think uicy re here?" Kramer
asked, keeping his voice down.
: "We'll soon know. W better
leave these horses.
"Me and my bare feet." Kramer
t'inai peered searchingly into
the east where the shadows were
less black and low clouds vaeuelv
showed. He got down, put his ear
to the ground, shaking his head
as he stood up. He took off his
Doois, lceniig around inside one of
them, afterwareds tying them back
of his saddle. He filled his right"
nana wild run, ruDbing his chest
and ten arm with It.
He stared again toward Mad
springs, "i etcu the rare', be
said as Kramer dropped off his
horse. "Might ve taken Chuleh
longer to get ready, than we fig
ured. May have found it hard to
get enough bucks to swing this."
"Tapp's crew will be up there."
Kramer rubbed dirt into Jim's
left arm and back. "Tapp, too,
"I'm counting on that. If 'the
Apaches ain't here, we'll try a
bluff." He passed Kramer the
provisional pardon he had got
from Joe Bob "Here's the Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's signature along with., the
Great Seal. You're a special aeent
Joe Bob has sent in here to clear
this mess up." w ;
All who believe that ;can stand
on. their heads." Kramer, snort
ing, put the. paper away, "If one
Oi tlieni iaper can read '-
"Probably never get the chance
to flash it on .'em anyway." Iim
rubbed dirt into his cheeks intt a-
cross his forehead. He ripped an
other, strip from his ragged, trou
sers and oound it about us bead.!
"Might lok more like aa Apache
You look all right." Kramer
levered a shell into tht brescn of
his. rifleJ "Love an' kisses."
SINCE deciding on the
as the most logical respository lor
the cacheof stolen Winchesters;
win naa oeen over everyining soi 'VVnat ? im,'..iik
many time. hU mind felt thread-'.hX w 'S?! .:.TPP
bare. He knew too well that te&ic w
Han. of re men or red handed
ones. He had no real hope the guns
were ucic ur mm ncu ue auie vu
do any good if they were Strunk
was playing for keeps and for Uie.
V. .,.1 Ui. lil.. I I
eftce vi uu uie, auu
when it came to Apaches there
was only one thing a man could
6e sure of that it was highly un un-lkely
lkely un-lkely tbey would do what you ex expected.
pected. expected. .r;
, XXXV l-.' -:
UNTIL actually put Into the
hands of Indians, Strunk would
want, those- government rifles
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HITil l' I ',
m. l' 1
1. 1 j
' '1 a r-e
6 m i.
thing went wrong
t inai .knew irom tne ? davs
when he was Skillet's i. ramrod it
was about a half mile from the
start of this climb to the brow .of
y,themesa. He could not recall all
the bends and w i n d i n z s ,but
mere u we pieniy ot places lor a
watcher to hide, Jim; was i t o o
edgy too beset with impatience.
Though he'd found no sign of
Chuleh s band, caught no rumor
of travel, he was versed enough
he couldny expect to. It was
when you didnt seff the f h t
XpachS, were apt to b9 nearest,
Th -..ki ... ij i V.
Jim, frowning, tried a road-
runner s can Dut nothing c am e
oack. Though he strained his
I eyes until tears blurred his vision
he. found no sign of., a guard. He
saw the i stars looking down at
him, only a few of the t bigger
brighter ones still showing. He
peered again toward the east and
saw the gray shapes Of mountains.
Pushed by his fears he crept for forward
ward forward untiL his eyes topped the
rim. ine shack was where he
nau inougni 11 wouia De, a more
sona dark against the darkness
it huddled in, 1raju of line,
crouched like a frog in the gray graying
ing graying shadows.. Twisting his h ead
Jim could see nothing else.
He taised the call again. He'd
aoout decided there was nobody
here 'when a voice growled less
man 10 feet aWav: rnmn im
w ii urap mem nanus out.".
Final, easing forward, snokn fn
guttural Apache. The fellow was
in a dark tumble of rocks, stand standing
ing standing up nowi holding a rifle. "Why
didn't you give the call you was
told?" .Final leaped,,;' the man
trying belatedly to' ward him off
with the rifle. Jim bit him with
Dawks' pistol.- He CrumDled Wh.
out sound but the rifl struck
rock and blew a hole through the
quiet, '. ,1
ax me aaacK a noor DSTHtPri n.
pen. Booted feet sniUed sound
truss uie intervening harrinsn
j. O . .111.
Jim, snatching up ther weaDon.
holed an Jry nrotest In
Apache. Someone fired from the
rock Final dropped behind. The
runner, cursme. lifted h vni
tO a shOUt. "Put down tht mini"
This was Tapp. l
After a moment he came on,
quieter -now,, more careful. Final
waicnea mm- emerge from the
shadows. Final, with all his chips
on the board, raised the rifle and.
ien elbow flat against an anchor-
V "I restea it across his
extended left wrist, pointing-;-its
muzzle at the place where Tapp's
belt, buckled. "Paleface stoo!"
V' '' ; ..: -l''
,;;irunk foreman pulled
iuui was a misralrp '. h
roughly "the fool rnf ...it
. f1?"? t0 Pu' this inlo under-
iuuoie Apacne, but the livery livery-man
man livery-man 1 voice somewhere out of
too many mistake
incb and I'm blowin
OUl t-v S.
TWO shot rinnaA ' .v
blacknessof the.phack, both muz-l
jumpity iroice. Kramer', nnl
rifle barked mnA en.i ui...
f"". squeezed his own trK
b"t..TaPP had already ducked
niu 1 minnrer"
ins v voice si
slammed at Kramer:
u?" v v
Who are you
-"i VI LI11S rariTAf a a 1l J
over, Tapp. We've cot
- vw 1 1 h
juur flllinr H ittnm J J wwn
special mvesticator f 1 a
by tht wtnmnt here
-u.'V '""' Right
'where they would convict
tain and the. Skillet ranch, if
- and f m C- er w,a. mnV
pacKin hu commission
Auivw aown ;your
closed In. -a aflenr
tc bursting with di-
suspicion. Tapp was in
CitLT STATI OfFlClRl Of-rers of the 1957 eesslon of Girls' Bute are shown seated and former officers and 1557 councilor are ahown ftarlr. Thf9
snrU have all done an CuUtandlm Job In their rf.'rc'Jve offices end duties, Left to right iseatedt Forest Wise, Att,Gen WTiita ppyr.olds. Gov. .an-fra
WotU. Lt. Gov. and Jc:e May. ec. of 6tate stanlZ Judy fii B'jcctj' Geeg, Linda, Jacobs, Helen &U, D.ana, Geddes, Pegs rules. Cane Jaccos,
Joan XXgenaar. h'ancy -Purty and Terry Louis,
Zone Boys And Girls Le"arn Workinq:
Or Democratic Form Of Govern men
During the Easter school vaca
tion two additional- States, went, in
to jull swing in the: .Canal Zone
Crossroads- Boys State and Carib
bean Girls State, sponsored by the
American Legion and the Amen
can Legion Auxiliary, Girls a n d
boys were -selected, from the, jun
lor classes of Cristobal and tfal-
ooa High School tt attend. v
. During the week manv imnnr.
tant lectures were given by Canal
ione 0 f 1 1 c 1 a 1 s, representatives
trom the Armed Forces and Point
Four State -Department groups. An
actual Governor's conference with
uvic council irepresentatives was
a highlight with manv i auestions
Deing ased the Acting Governor,
Colonel Schull. Favorite ; topics
we me pieas iqr a Teen a g e
kiuu, ana uie age' limit for nDera
Jtion ot motor scooters.
Trips were- arranced for th. ri,
tizens to the Balboa Police Station
wnere captain Darden showed the
upci auons-01 tne police station the
detective laboratory, the radin na-
vrol car system anu an impressive
iaae-iesi was demonstrated in
-.ont of the.Pohce Station, t
- Unere were talks on county, ci-
, aim siaie government aha par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary procedures. One of the
interesting topics was "Structure
of the Canal Zone Government."
ey listening to these outstanding
speakers the citizens of the States
were-awe to actually narticiDatn
and put into operation the proper
government procedures they even
held, a -Moot Court Trial under the
supervision of JJistnct Attorney
Roland Hazard. They held city
meetings, panty caucausea and e-
lhe House of t Representatives
and the Senate had a busy session
passing mils which will put vin
iu action oy uie aiumni and in
the future months A bill was nre
sented to the Commanding Gener
al USARCARIB which was pass.
ea oy a joint session expressing
appreciation for the facilities and
A trip to the- Governor's ; office
to present a Joint?- Resolution ; to
Governor Potter was made follow
ing Caribbean Girls State asking
iur ine continuance of Caribbean
Girls State in the Canar Zone and'
for continued ; support of c i v i c
youtn activiues. 1
1 In addition to the educational
part of the program there were
recreational activities and 'com 'competition
petition 'competition on one occasion between
the boys and the girls, s
xnere was the Inaugural Cere-
bad way caucht in .'th nnen
like he was and caueht a 1 well
if he could believe it, with those
Army rifles from 1 that wa cron
train wipeout. He ; was in he
cleft of something which v might
be no stronger than a twig pff a
branch he could snap with h 1 s
lingers, Dut it could he .. a h o
stick that would; squash him if he
TENSION was on all nf-them
Final's mouth was so dry he
could scarcely move his tongue.
This was the crux of it. the test
which should determine whetherl101 auu
or not those guns were used.
- it was lieht enoueh nnw tht
he could see the shack's open
door hole and. off vonder. th
twin-Peaked top, of Taoo'i hat
wnere ne crouched try in to
make up hia mind if he should
I wugn m. one out or duck, and
nw wun tne punches. 'He was
going to have to do on nr th
other and Jim wouldn't have bet
ciuici wjr av ui( momenu .
Then a flan of the wind uni
dust devU racing and Final knew
Deiore Tapp spoke the maa had
reuzea mere waa too much still stillness.
ness. stillness. "I'd like a squint at that
commission," Tapp aid.
Fmal tightened a slippiag hold
Vn hnnA m,m Vaaa.. 4.
wu uuua mm jvi a 1 1 1 1 1 mil ininrino
fast enoueh- bridled. "Think r.
goin to step out there .where ybu
can drop me?" the liveryman
Tapp -laughed shortly ,If you
got this place surrounded. I don't
as you've got anything to
rVy "oui.r He wasn't saying
ft for Kramer, but for the boys
m me snaca, ana they cut loose
0 the instant. A .'
(TO IE CONTINUED
. NEXT WEEK)
''J JK 'KS'' X Mt i xgfHwm nm'l a'
i t i r ,:::1-:',::.i,:';;.:';-.YV:
t t ' 1
r r- V -f
i -K-- Sins-" -vV 1
. :m, v H
I c-' p I
iffSSlJ:. ered,' the Girl stater, their
mony" followed by the
when the new omcers
staued. ' r
Tne finale, was the Wednesday
nignt taieut snow1 tor tne' girts
wnen awards were made and the
two delegates and the three alter
nates to Giris wation -w ex e an
nounceu. tor tne boys tne' final
program was on Thursaay, night
t xflaoio uym .when a .ptogivm
was rem, awards- maoe. ioliowed
Dy a'taieut anow anu aauceif-
Tne jsoys1, state chairman waa
Clauae. Lampoeu, the iiaucaiiouai
uirector Pnup ttougnfon. B 0 1 h
nave worKea-iOng jur tne; organi-
zauon ana in uais state -the
Chairman was Mrs. Louise' Grit
Vice cnairman mis. 1
leanor UecKer,. wno both .11 a v e
been connected with the program
over, a long period, of time. ,.
; the City Mothers .were "Mrs;
nita ivlcmeown, jurt. Eleanor O'
Connors Mrs, Rene Gauvin ; a n d
Mrs. uorothy Knox and Mrs; Joan
O'Connell assisted in the program
The Pacific Department Vi c e
Commander Mr. Al Gauvin attend
ed sessions of both groups and the
Denartment President Mrs.-Fran
ces Giley.: and Mrs. Vera Bolek,
National Executive" Committee Committee-women
women Committee-women were introduced at the In-
naugural Reception and !' thev- A-
wards Assembly, ;
These boys and girls were giv
en the opportunity to learn more
about Government methods' 01 vot
ing, bow to be better citizens and
actually run their city and state.
- The religious services were eon eon-ducted
ducted eon-ducted and programs were' ar
ranged to cover time for learning,
recreation, and actual participa participation.'
tion.' participation.' The Flag Raising Ceremonies
were daily rituals.. 'Among the
many suppoters of this project are
Frank Wilder,' C. D. Wilson, Cap Captain
tain Captain Darden, Judge Guthrie Crowe,
Judge Deming, Roland H a ra r d,
Robert Jeffrey, Turbyfill, David
Speir, the Civic Council presidents,;
Paul Runnestraiun and Mrs. Long-
more. ; ,; ;. ;
- -S' - .'
v X ''t-i
;cl) r-y K p'-' '!--,.'
. -.VM .. i
r-r rva- evening m front of the Ft. Claytoa
t ' -J-V--v v '"iT ; " i-
1 : '-
IP"" v i
L. fir' -;
: H f n-
'!'.'iV,:.;r.I'f-:.,7 - li --.. .f
,AT RECEPTIOM-Col.,Petet S. Peca, Tost CO, Tt Claj-ton are.
, Marie Blakely Girls State Governor for 1957 cot the cake at a
reception ehld at USARCARIB Hq. Annex. The co-operation
of the Armed Forces and use of thefr facilities made the Girl'i :
State and Boy's State program possible.
1 v 1 1 v
FIND AT LEAST 20 MISTAKES Fine HowD'm-Do
t i i I... i ( ii ) nnaERBJ are at 1 .' J
L -- i W i nl
. . 1 V r.artttuUu. Than tea it 'won
tail and, powers
How many can
A score of. 15
la good; 20, or
: ; ; I'm
tfci story owr. one XXI f V 5Wi rT"l XrV Iff thOt J v V r-f I
ftW" irjrr "'Sinai l- 'iyV V -4-
fe CRAZY Ct
-'fc: '; W
there by the ar- """"
tist to test your M dy Arnoid Twinplpe's
attention to de- powerful roadster crashed Into
another car on me mgnway,
wrecking both cars. Arnold, In
a drunken stupor, staggered
from his car only slightly In Injured.
jured. Injured. The driver of the other
car, however, was more seriouB-
more l excellent, ry hurt, and his passenger was
Plaoa a time dead. Although Arnold wa
limit of 6 minutes momo, o
on yourself rthen charged with homiclder but let
let someone; else ff with on,y flnB- Why?
Xpoq Suttiir)no9 tJsi( a.
m pspwiua PM JJ 1H Umbv
Where'd That Kiiot Come Ftom?
Af ter you'ye
taken this part
of the test, cover
the diagram and
see If you can re remember
member remember asmany
UB WH UiW w 7 rq.
rors you noted. be a very simple matter to lorm
v n ii m v Ann a loose knot in the paper, as
IF" you were to take a strip of
1 paper about one Inch in width
and about two feet long it would
to name Ave. 1
Errors are list
ed below. -.
, shown in the accompanying
sketch, and then paste the two
' ends of the strip of paper to-'
C gether to form an endless band.
: '. But a real puzzle presents it-
self if you make the paper link,
, hold the Joint until the paste is
dry and then try to put the knot
in it. without breaking open the
" paper ring.
Here is how to do that very
' thing for the entertainment of
friends: Befpre pasting the two
STRIKE OUT! A Wits Tester
- By H. d. Kaufman
-TO SCORE a
I strike in the
diagram at right,
that is, to suc succeed
ceed succeed in crossing
. numbers,' you
; must And the cor-,
, answers' to the
tf the answer to
No. 1, for in-k
stance, Is 0,' cross
.out 0 in the dia-
gram; 1f the an- '
swer to No. 8 is 4315, cross out 4, 3, 1 and 5. Etc.
' Answers may have as many as five digits., Can you
t bowl a perfect score T ;
' Today's definitions: '. ...'-
. L There are i stripes, on the U. S. Flag;
-M jo'pna ) do jon op w-8
JO U tUOUOfl 'ZZ CM8p UJp J'.
Bjquin '06 ;ii-9M pas 4d -c
4inojm umsjp euji i(aaag 61 '8Jn f-'
od ii( Sua3q )ou -nop piM S.Xoq
pui(q Jisys dna '8r amHsjiu jkjp
uiqu jo ipttq ao iI "Suiwiiu
nuiqn jo bivuo B
'i(j)ui )oa op tjuii no miji ri
uu uu uo Mitoo'si a!Oop i
101 ltodl uo Xuo '51 .ttip-pin,v.
tdn noH t '' Jnoi3 in Suoif ou -,
op td9g -ot :-uo oo puj JuiiJOd
--dtii jo X no:t thij Sunaoddn ;.,
' jo p no M l-jg '8
. Sunu uo Supu)t ua "i PI" J
UO UO JJOM OOJ JM-9g 9. -epit BUOi
uo Suoi oo- Jq lpuH -9'. uomiod
' Suox. ul lpoi jo Vu 3U
" ia 4- ou ptnoo JO 'Pis
. Schoo ling Poser
"TTEIX us, Pythagoras," said
1 Theomelesi "how many pu-'
pile attend your school 1
.'. Pvtharoras rtnlied: "On-half t
f them study math, onefourth'i
.', :tj .H ..-:'' '.. .- ,k ;'V I 'r
Fishing for Words
HOW many of ; the foUowing
fish can you name? Exam Example:
ple: Example: No. 1 Shark.'
1 Card player.
2. Musical Instrument. '
t. Rowboat, t
4. A roost r
& Main highway.
:. ends of the paper strip together
to form an endless band, give one
of the ends a complete turn and
I.- Then, after applying the paste,
"" use a pair of scissors to cut mid midway
way midway along the entire .circumfer .circumference.
ence. .circumference. A half -inch band with a
loose knot will result, as shown,
, Remember, you-must twist the
paper a complete turn and a half.
.-1. At Ml strength, the U. S. Senate has study philosophy, one-seVenth are
members. V dunces Wty study nothing, and
S. As 1U name denotes, that Washington edifice three are maidens." ;
kuonn as the Pentagon has this many sides 1 f ne number of pupils at Pytha-
4. Andrew Jackson's picture Is on the S m bill. eata' schooL then, was a num-
6. AUnu Amendments the U. 8. Constitution eon- Jer of which the half, fourth and
slate of Aitiaies.
"Ul t OtT-?TT l uin Tt -(hSi
CAN YOU COMPLETE IT?
T(VN)Jtn aJn O I iV
seventh, added to 3. is equal to
It What Vi it?
The Whole Story Stands Before, You
tlme Betiring IOOOaN OEr -ED
TTEBS story of a
.domestic ; dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty seemingly
prehistoric -' times
is told here In
rebus fornu This
is a sort of riddle
consisting, of ths
words or phrases
by means of Il Illustrations.
lustrations. Illustrations. It Is
also (oral of
which, .the posi position
tion position of the sev several
eral several vocables is
' Giving Verse to Fencing T.oXZ:
TTCEUNG kittenish one day, a puazllst devised tale are -once upon a vi.ime .
the following poem for you to ponder
te tittle kittens slttln' on a' fence'-
Os weighs more because he's more dense.'
Can yea separate him from the ether five,
Uliich all hav the same welght,dead r aUvef
' Pat them en a balance, but only twice, -.'
, Tf lad the one so fat and nkse.--- t : y' J
.1 lJ i n ? in p
to Mn Aq mRij)p po j3iAwq 0) tin () auq too
' op iw JI J m ( e&) diioo qi jo qsiq m(K3t Xq
auu)p nam -3mq xq ji vauB)q qj jo pi qoa
no uaqi JO (Uk) tod pue uwq) fO t turn MX 1IS
n N e i
a. v .. iD f
Bee if you can. find this phrase
IF YOU know your, ABC's and
. mind your P'a and Q's in this
to dot ; drawing poser, you
YOU can say, "See, you plater,
alligator," with some degree
of conviction in this test, because
, In one form or another you will
see this alligator specimen later.
The tun Is In the unpredictable
appearance which you may force
the reptile to take. .
To effect the transformation
cut out that part of the diagram
above in which the alligator seg segments
ments segments appear. Paste this to a
piece of heavy paper or thin card cardboard
board cardboard and then cut out the pieces.
Place the pieces on a sheet of
paper on a flat surface. : v
, To begin! find the alligator's
head and tall segments. Decide
how .much alligator will fit be between
tween between these and place them on
the paper. One In position these
pieces must not be moved. '..
Y Now, examining the remaining
pieces by eye alone, decide which
piece goes where. Place one piece
at a time to what you consider
to te its proper position. Again,
once a piece ha been positioned,
it may not be moved. There is
a time limit of two minutes for
the complete assembly.
What Four Coins? 1
V .? ? ?
Going Round and Rowtd
expressed above and then take ir !A ""i "'"u
from there. J ; .should discover A hidden creature.
what creature is it 7 It's un
likely that you'll be able to tell
Two 'sentences comprise the
: story. How long will it take you
to figure it out? ; .' 1;
v. ; ' "pno
t qiA tain JA n mtq ui-
. .Mao pu poo)jpun q jng pMpU
. oi)30A0Jd tntl U qn ojJt m
wq -o) qoovjspun hku SausqjAO
tun., uoan rao :v
MAGIC COLORING :POSER
just, by studying the. diagram.
. However, 'you may wish to take a
guess before yoU begin. r
Start at dot A, of course, and-,
draw to B, C D, etc. How quick quickly
ly quickly can you finish?., ?
: It's Sum Division
DIVIDE the number 45 into -four
parts. Then add 3 to the
. first part, subtract 2 from the
second part, multiply' the third
part by 2, and divide the fourth
part by 2. The total of the four
answers must all be the same. :
vt i n ppwp os sot i e w
1 !0t C nuUl Ct J01 I t nl I
Ot pn I Tt S vrad Suisq IJ"T
,i. I Z 3 .
T-pESE four numbered circles
represent four O1. S. coins,
without, however, giving any in indication
dication indication of their respective de denominations,
nominations, denominations, composition or sizes.
But perhaps you will be able to
identify each one of them with
the aid of the following clues:
The number ef cents In No. 1 is
equal to one-third ef No. 2 and
No. 4 equals one-fifth of .No. t.
The total number of cents In
No S and 4 equals three-fifths of
No. 1. ,,-
What tour.' coins do the four
circles represent? i
Y'Anascramhlff Fun :
YOU are given a word and a
letter and are required to
make a new word composed Of
the- combined letters. For exam example:
ple: example: -tear" unscrambled with.'V,
la "heart." Now try these: 'V v-
(1) Rash (1) ... i.
(Unscrambled with E)
(2) Escorted (2) i...
V; (Unscrambled with A)' i ;,
t Legend y- (3) . .:. U . I 'i,
. n (Unscrambled with A) .'I
(4) subtle- ; (4)
(Unscrambled with 8) : .i
(5) Managea (5) ..;'
. (Unscrambled with I)
q Xva aAn jtqriO tmiSii t
-snng -puf) 'i -Miuooad i
-ejwq jo mqi jqg 1 muuif
THERE is a way of placing the numbers 1 to 19,
incTualva; (n the circles above so that the sum
of any three in a straight line totals 30,
In cast you need a starter, here's a hint: the
number in the center circle can be counted on one
jpJO qi m TT TT
,'rf l 9t 'it 'ST '6t 't 'L 1 B 'I 3d a,)9
ppnno bio I :Aia tBja3 m ,a in) enid rjirf A
Problems for Word-Sleuths
SUPPOSE you you-were
were you-were using a
every other letter
of your message
failed to register.
Do you think you
. could decipher
There's a kinship
between such an
this word game. Here, every other letter la in place,
but there la this difference. The letters given can be
ased aa clues to find the rest, Here's how;
Copy ther let
; m. mmm. mm
Y,ViY. Vii-iVi'i ... iiiiii r
1 :W t H
-( 1 '1 '-''-:
. L ;
: ; s
-I ; S '- ' :
ters now showing
m the blank
That is to say,
place an E in the
two blanks below
It (top diagram) ; ;
a D 14 aach of
the four blanks
below -It, etc .Do
this with letUrs
in both, diagrams.
' Then, attng
these letters Un the lower .blanks and guessing at-
me nussins-MUera,- try to form short words in which -the
same letters wiU apply. Naturally, these short -words
will 'appear horizontally only, slnoe vertical
rows eontahy-but) one letter.- s
When the-correct letters ot the key 'words are
found, shorter words will be in evidence horizon horizontally
tally horizontally throughout the diagram. .
jpnoM item ena pne, aapi (poo iiu inuuif
(gjnnz itosswoiiii With Wisdom from the Mible
It's, Your Move
'. By Eugene Shefftt
ADD the mio culore aad a
ptctare wd appear in the
tf agram above. I'm colored r-n-cils
or crayons accortfing tc t--
fo'Jowtrg ro!or tnl;ctor: R,
Rd: B. E-ue: T, TeBw; G.
Grea: V. Violet
A." "i-wiri. cut tke drw-irg
in'e k'x mt svea pieces tar a
J pw wi n Jot Junior.
N BPAIMvyou would say pata-
. in France, potnme de
trrre to Germany, kartofreln, in
Any way yoti epell or say It,
you're still Ulkir.g about what
we'J loKnm Kilbie?
Aivrrer in 1 minute.
. -nr s e.a 1
1 The 28th: book
. Testament. f ;
:.- Pedal digit,.--"' ;
- s Barak was commanded by
., God through Deborah to gath-
: er men of Israel at this mount
, 14--Turn inside-out -'
.;' IS-Anglo-Saxon money.
.' I Field of combat
i 17 Whose battle it with confused
noise and garments rolled in
blood? Usa. 9:5
1 Here the fire of the Lord
burned among the Israelites
: (Num. ILA.
51 Ancient j ,' -.
23 Town in Prusda. v
.', 24-i-Article of eppareL
- 27 Name by hiob Naomi wished
to be called (Ruth 1:30)
28 Exclamation ot triumph.
30 Male children.
31 Reecue. --.
J3 New Guinea port
. li Luton Npgntos.
J7 And L)
S Month of the Passover Deut
' 18 I)
S Father of PeJ-f 1 1 Chr. I:l)
40 Srmbol for U-Uurium.
, 41 Put to death in barbarous
43 Moved, as the wind. f
46 The love of matter Is what of
ail evil? a Tim. lOt
47 Sound of contented cat
. 4 Exclamation of satisfaction, -4
50 Vhit did Paul fc-n the Romans
to do to them that persecuted
tfiem? iRom. 12.14J
- 51 Unexploslve shelL
. 53 Act in melancholy manner.
54 Prefix: before. ;
57 Removers of 'unsightly plants.
, 61 Heron. 1 ..tf
62 Bom. v- v
' 64 Concur.- 5 : ,. ;
65 Intermediate. y t-
6 High explosive. '-
67 River mouth. -, '.
; - '. : ; VERTICAL'
- 1 Solomon sent great numbers
of men to do what in the
mountain, to further his Tern--;
pie building? (2 Chr. 2:2)
2 EggS. T :
3 Anglo-Indian weight (varj
4 Mistakes. - f
5 In spirited opposition.
' 6 High hilL
7 Correlative of either. :
' S Consumers.
" Garment appendages. -10
Exist j f
11 Deprive. f 1
' 12 Son of Shobal fGen. 38:23)
13-Colege cheers. - .
IB Hypothetical force. I
22 Winnowing machines. ' -24
Of what country was Melchl Melchl-xedek
xedek Melchl-xedek the king? .4Gen. 14:18)
, 25 Break. r
27 Territory subdued by ta Is Israelites
raelites Israelites Judg. :30
28 With what did Mary wipe the
feet of Jesus after anointing
.' them with ointment! (John
- 11.2 r n
30 Commotion, i .1 i
31 Killed. ; ; 1,
- 32 Goes in. r
34 Cain and j '"
, 35 Countenance. :'-,-. j ;
? Prophets. .
So One of Esau's wives (Gen.
157, Kim( rwtUM Sra4Imt, lae.
39 One"of Christ's last words on
, the CroM (Mark 15:34)
. 42 Primers.
43 Tiresome person.
, 44 French author.
46 Regret v
49 Cooking titensO.
50 Staff of life.
81 Adjudge. T ;. 'f
52 Impel. r ? ? ?
53 The widow's T V -'
tA Religious denomination
59 Adult males.
54 The king. v
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Bf Miliar Hopper
Loag-ttn Open Checker King -TTME
to pick up the pieces is
1 when the game la over, feat
Black might aa well begin right
now. White,' moving up the
board, moves first and wins to
three moves. Do you see hew
White attains the win?
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: Eternod like their going ismooth and cool." Misses are at Cypress' Gardens FIa,Y
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M -!'.. i ATEWS stories todav about
' ''- f"v i. l TerapV nnint nw h lart.'
4 f I I 8ers and difficvuties ol that
"Ir, i .'-.'" '! voiin? nation: but lefa turn
Ing growth; as she celebrates
her ninth anniversary. With
her population; neacung for
the two ; jiiillion mark, the
new, Jewish state is forging
ahead in economic and in industrial
dustrial industrial fields, "At Efathi her
Tq Red sea,' facilities lare'belnj!
Ip 30 expanded to 'pope with'! new
' '3 YAWNING FOR HIS MASTER Blanca, a SeeingEye dog, Jets loose with a yawn 1 i
s J while waiting for speeches to gtart at a convention cf the California Council of ; vt
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MiiMMHf linn wnyiM r 1. ftn, nYn..iii.K..,
VCIVIL WAR OBELISK this monument, with its 351
vTR; expanded ,fo 1 pope .with-1 new I ; president of the Confederate States of America. Ld
TV X ade- ro"tes" ,A 170-mHe cated at Tairview, Kyn it's third highest in the U. S.
, t. pipeline irom uaui inruugn
- X i Beersheba is under construe
t inn criip s wvnnm nnw nav
7-Si;i s Somt 100 thousand immigrants pr; txpcttd in 1957.
' for more than a quarter of
her imports. The country
1 J now' produces .more than 60
, J Pespite a period ot crisis, Ifi--1
'5 rael's Arab population is n-
s I joying benefits of improved
- 3 farming methods and great
. I strides in education.. Ninety
1 1 y nir rpnt of Arab bovs nrf fiO
- ;f s per cent of Arab girls; in Is-
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jl ;.: CENTER OF INTEREST A supersonic Super-Sabre stands almost vertical In tests
M':i' at a Los Angeles plant to determine its vertical center .of gravity. The clane was ':
v SWINGING BEAR Nikkfc: brown bear cub' presented Lv' hoisted in horizontal, nose-up and hose-down positions while engineers measured
s-. mure, nuwuui icuuci tLuuiiui, .uie yciiivci mw, ounzonui ceiuer was: jouna cy weignt jneasurenienLS.
swings Jiappiiy in the sunshine at the London too.
Modem housing, tike these apartments at Beersheba, are typical of many tewnt.
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fLiS Acb wgithts a trectos svpplied by egricvlrvfef ministry plows his fiW.
REALLY AN ATTRACTION Kathleen Beddington
"skatrt" upside down while suspended from. n elec elec-tromtrnet
tromtrnet elec-tromtrnet at the British Industries fair in Birming-
.ham, rtlsnd. The ekctromagnet can lift two toas.
; RESIDENCE OF ROYALTY When seen from the air. "Windsor Caslle lakes on new
dimension. Dominating the enclosed area is the Round tower, popular lookout
point for tourists The land was purchased by William the Conqueror at Eerk-
. shire, England. Edward III later tore down the caslle and buU a nev one,
t ". : '- .. .." ' ' V
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niCHAHD DILLON raises the flagship's pennant
; ctczrd tha Sea ExpScrcr shfp Southern Cross. Pfioto:
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MEMBERS of Sea Explorer hlp
make things shin shape aboard
pennant flies to signify the flagship of the sea explorer fleet in
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LINED UP before their"' bat, the" Southern Cross,' art members of Sea Explorer Ship jNo. 10.
(L to r): front row, Second Mate John H. Me Grew, Skipper C.J. Holmes,, First Mate Star,
ford L, Churchill, Jr. Second row. Sea scoots Henry Lavender, Sam Cramer, Jon' Snodgrass,
Rolando Winberg, James Catron, Don Borers, Austin Smith, Richard Dillon, William Cofer
nA Kdwln -idoL Not shown Is Douflas MacLean. -"
WILLIAM COFER and Rolando Wlnberf enjoy fishlnr from the
Cross." Tabogra Island is astern of the vessel. Tha vessel also
belonr to Sea Explorer Ship No. 10, of Gamboa which owns and
freeuent trina about Gaton Laka and Panama Bar.
No. JJ, Gamboa, work on lines, dry Hfe jackets and generally
thelr.5 foot vessel, the "Southern Cross." Forward the ship's
well deck of the "Southern
boasts outfitters. Th hoys
operates tho-boat, making
SEA SCOUTS Roland Winker (left) and Henry Lavender
supervise as Sam Cramer and Edwin Idol (right) push off the
'Southern Cross" from her mooring. The vessel was putting
ut from her temporary location at Diablo tor a trip t
' ; t ',' Taboga Island,
Story by TOM HICKS
Photos by TOMMY THOMPSON
1 "Fire in the crew's quarters!'1
yelled the mate. '
Ten bovs ran to their costs while
tha heln,sman cut speed on the
"Southern Coss." Every fire ex
tinguisher Has grabbed up. T b e
boys closec au winaows ami uoors
in the cabin, stuffed wadding in a
ventilator did all they could to
close off all drafts.- '.,.;::. ..r
, Sea scouts with the extinguishers
advanced toward the crew's quarts
"Secure from fire drill." com
manded SktDDer C. J. Holmes and
the sailors, all teen-agers, Began
stowing their equipment away
everything had its piace ?
The- i"Soiitbern Cross," flagship
of the Canal Zone Sea Scout fleet
resumed its course in Panama Bay,
during a raoent trip.'
Kvcry by has a jod aooara snip.
No one fc-iust a topside Bailor,"
Skipper Holmes explained.- Under
his command are eleven boys and
two mates, all members of Sea Ex
plorer Ship Mo. 10, of uamooa, ca
nal Zone. ;-
Second Mate John H. McGrew,
at the wheel, smartly rang up
three bells the chrooometer
showed exiCtlv 1:30 P.m. v1 :'
Not so many- days ago, the
"Southern Cross" and the power powerful
ful powerful aircraft carrier U.S.S. "Wasp"
had passed each other, the "Wasp"
outbound from Balboa to the Paci Pacific.
fic. Pacific. i-' -.- '-
The 'bovs of 1 the -''Sontfiern
Cross'.', piped to quarters, lining
up in straight lines on the fore fore-deck
deck fore-deck of the SO foot edbin cruiser.
They dipped their ensign to the!
Aboard the carried the bosun's
pipe twittered over the loudspeak loudspeakers
ers loudspeakers as all Sands raced up ladder ladder-wavs
wavs ladder-wavs to fll- in on xleck. And the
"Wasp" gravely dipped her' en en-sisn
sisn en-sisn in return salute.
Barely -w years "ago, the
'Southern Cross" was nothing put
an cpen hull a former Navy n-
berty boat without even an en
Today the smartly painted eran
boasts a large main deck cabin,
a forward-cabin and an after weii-
deck equipped with fishing charis.
It is' propelled by a diesel engine
which hasn't bad a breakdown in
a year and a half of operation.
-Everything that has been added
to the bare bull was the work of the
ship's crew and their adult com committee
mittee committee cabins, engine, steering
gear, and fittings.
Tne rorwara caDtn nas punas lor
all 11 Sea Scouts, a combined
shower and head (toilet to land-
based writers), and complete gal
ley with a stove, a link and a re
But that'F not all a power plant
provides cloctricity throughout the
ship for lights, radio,' public ad-
aress system an electric pump
supplies fresh running water. ,,
In the main cabin is located tha
steering wheel, compass, engine
controls, : radio transmitter
receiver," a large table in the cen center,
ter, center, a deep freer er, and four bunk
for adult leaders. Overhead hang
the fishing pcles of the ship's com
pany. .. ,'.,:-,.".;..' -t
Go aft to the well deck and yod
have your choice of two swivel arm
chairs' for"fishiig. There also are
outriggers. ? j
The bare hull was i gift front
the 15th Naval District to the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa unit in June.' 1955. The eaeer
Se' Scout received their'1 dream
boat from Capt. W. B. Tucker,
commander of Rodman Naval Sta
tion, acUn? for the U.S."Navy.
This we not their first boat.
Thev had owned another "South
ern Cross" the first a' 35 foot
launch but they sold her to raise
funds for converting "Cross II."
But the first thing the-! snip s
crew did witht heir new boat was
to strip it right downt o the keel:
Led bv Vincent Biava.' commit
tee chairman, and Skipper Holmes'.
the Sea Scouts and adult commit committee
tee committee '-worked nights and ''weekends
for a year to rebuild the; new
MWe did the entire 'construction
job withouf a drawing or written
plans cf any kind." Biava lays
"No boat building experf was
hired as a consultant." "'
- (We a few adults plus the boyl
did all the work under the dir direct
ect direct supervision of Skipper Holmes,
We were not tortunate enougn to
have a-sponsor' with' a bank roll-
our only money came from the
sale of the old Southern Cross plus
what Holmei and I put into th
nroiect. We did hire" a Panama
nian rairemer to hehJ-ns.1' 1
' By March, 1956 construction' was,
fat enough along that the boat
could be used for short rides.
"The six-cylinder Superior diesel'
engine, which is housed in the en engine
gine engine room under- the main1 cabin,"
was the trmmph of Andy Catania-1
ro. of the committee. To e b t a i H'
parts, he hed to gc to a dozen dif
ferent sources. ''
The crew is "Proud, too. of their
600 watt generating plant and the
electricallv drive bilge pump.
One of the neatest tricks turned
out" to b the Steering- gear, all
narts obtained and assembled by
the crew. When they took their
first trips under power it waf
found that the steering gear was
reversed. To eorrect it, the ac actually
tually actually incorporated an old ftif
pump in the mechanism and the
Cross steers just liko any other'
ship today." f
.SUNDAY? MAY JI35T
CREW CHIEF' Henry Lavender practices artificial, respiration
on Don Rogers (eenter). Waiting their turns are (left) .Jon
Snodgrass and Rolando Winberg... In the foreground at right
-, r James Catron and WUIiam Cofer, with Richard Dillon
- looking on the front the rear.,, The boys had just finished
man overboard drill Involving an Imaginary victim. Then they
- picked Rogers from the 'group to act as model for the next
::,.. phase of the drill artificial respiration..
'. Then they decided that steering
required too much effort ..-so
Skipper Holmes found reduction
tear from a" CH&E pump.; built
that into the steering set up and
po sweat. r -v
ouf steering mechanism is all
olid bars and muerea gears,
mvi the iskiDDer with, oride. .."In
more than a year we've broken on
y a 1-4 inch bolt, our engine
clutcr is unique, too it's a source
f much 1 interest to members of
the Balboa Yacht Club."
i The r'Snuthern Cross' -Is fully
equipped,, including required fire
fighting equipment. and "we are
licensed Ly the Canal Zone t-carry
40 passegners," notes Biava.
"A life preserver is of course car carried
ried carried for every passenger."
v Actually Ship-No., 10 has Hwo.
boats.- Tne. second boat c is the
VThunderbird," -a speedboat which
was also Detained through capt.
Tucker. On trips in Gatun Lake,
the speedboa is .towed by the
"Southern Cross'V until the crew
feels, like putting off in it for. wat
er skiing srxi surf ooat riding.
Some of the most ardent work workers
ers workers on. the, ship were First Mate
Starfor- L. Churchill, ., Jr.,' Fred
f j n : i i i. i:.u t.
Richardson. ilex Daisey. a e r d
Spector, Jo.i Snodgrass, Henry- La.
venaer ana cniqo aurun.
'.' .' They hud to undergo a good deal
of joshing frem local residents and
' yatchsroen. '.'Some' of the sceptics
V are -Jiot yet convinced thati they
; rtnallv. -sm the-, new- Southern
Uv t Cross riding at anchor In the lake
. f nnihtiV Riava n.-"J'
H. Z t The shin's first cruise is' punctt-
11 r liously recorded m the log for
W : March 25, 1956. The boys are held
responsible for proper log entries
on all voyages. ..: v
x There jean be no doubt about the
. authenticity) of the logbook- it is'
, avySAF Marine Masters Record
' Log;, and .has -been maintained for
i both old' ind new Southern Cross Cross-.',
.', Cross-.', es since Jsnf 24. 1958...
f v On- the first ruise, the South-
era Cross H" had a mission to
' Dump- Inspector's Island;, near the
wildlife .sanctuary island of Barro
'' Colorado in Gatun Lake. ..- i
' "Depart! from Siri Dock,
Dredging I)iv-Gamboa, 1220. Des-
tination Dump Inspectors Island.!
Arrival time 1320," the ship's yeo
man painfully printed. "Compass
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'l i'--- cuui. bi jiurur. jiuio nun; 9.
( RPM tuned: 900 Elapsed Time:
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f Dump Imector'S Island has.be.
-. A UVUI -
i 'romi known as Sea EXDlorer Is4
land. The ship has her own moor
In ei at We island.- ij
- Since that time, the ship has re-
eorded 25 separate trips in a yesr
Frequent cruises are made to Ta
roga Islands One day Cub Pack.
No. -; 10, of iGamboa, : was trans transported
ported transported to the island for; a picnic
r-on another occasion the scouts
Of Troop No. 10 were given t two
day Uip U Taboga, spending, the
nignt aDoara snip.
.The ship escorted cayucQ racers
across Gatun Lake from the ua?
tun locks to Pedro Miguel locks in
the spring m 1956. The paddlers in
the cayuros were explorers of ca
nal Zone Council, B.S.A.
i On another trip in : July.' the
".Southern Cross" took under 4ow a
etmoll AiitK. ,ivA mntnn lannK 4 Via
"Beach bomber." which -was m dis
tress to Taboga. The launch was
towed, all the way to Diablo. tt s
. -But the: outstanding cruise was
a four day jaunt to the Las Perlas
Island.. Ports of call were Cocos,
Rev and San Jose islands,
; tThe Vfouthern Cross", ..weighed
anchor and departed her' Diablo
moorings it 6:45 p.m. (puntilious
ly logged as. 1745),' picked up ice
at the Balboa Yatch Club and ar arrived
rived arrived at Taboga, by 7:50, -just in
time to set the first anchor watcn
at 8:00. t S j
, Every boy aboard took his turn
on a two hour watch during the
night... "AU's WeU," read log en
tries for 9. 10. 11. and 12 o'clock.
.But at 1:00 a.m. -"Secured all
oars on ion" deck because of con
tinuous rolling. 0130: emptied ice
box drain. 0150.; pumped bilges al
most dry. 0515; woke crew.
And by 6:15 a.mr the ship .was
underway for Ensenadat P 1 a y a
Grande.: at San Jose a 55 mile
run. V ; -:
At 11:30 that dav the "Southern
Cross'', pissed the Air Force boat
P6-805. headed toward Panama
The Sea Scouts -dipped their flag
but "did nt receive answer to our
salute with flag!;1 noted the yeo
man.-i r V; :
. The ship dropped her hook in 27
feet or waur i tnsenaaa. ine
depth is important. "We m s t
have- at least 25 feet because we
draW four, UtL". explains Skipper
Holmes, .''and the tide may drop
as roues.! 1 feet-we touid -ea
sily be -agrmmd, otherwise. :
For several hourg-.between-. 10
p.m. and ? s.m. the' ship was un unattended.
attended. unattended. "We could have dragged
anchor an1 piled up on -the beach.
We could certainly have lost the
boat,; comments Holmes, "a n d
might have been stranded. r.
. The ciew x e a 1 i s e d something
was wrciip about 2 o'clock and a
watch w posted and .maintained
th rest of the niht.'.
"0229: quite a bit -of lightning
far ta the South sli-ht South)
breere hook checked. 0615: 1
checked the anchor and took a
sounding. There wss 34 feet ef
. (CenUnaed en Page
fcrriK C, J. HOLMES adjusts
cm. n m nf namhna.
(1 to r): sea scouts Henry i.avenacr, trracr( jvu diiui, ." Tr." 1
Iron. Don Rorers. Austin Smith. Richard Dillon, William Cofer and Edwin Idol. Not shown
are: First Mate Starford L. Churchill, Jr., Second Mate John H. Mctirew an scout-uougms .,
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EDWIN IDOL make lunch In the compact rMey of the "Southern Cross," during a recent
trin to Taboga. The galley not only ha a stove, but aba amkebox and a sink with run running
ning running water; supplied, by, n electric pump. There U also has a deep freese In the mln e'Bf
of the" boat.. ."-'-,1 -,-;.'. 11 !"
SAMt CRAMER heave, the JeaJ fre the bow of the -M-then, CrsO J?'
Taboga in order to find out the depth of tho water. Watching from the hatch of the etews
aarters Is Do. Rogers. Th fennant for tbt XlagsbJ. of the Sea Explorer fleet In this area
fliee from tho bow.- . '7 .-. :
Sam Cramers necKercmei as ne inspects inerw i
in formation before their boat, the "Southern Cross aie
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By John Updike
J -wear them. They help me. But I -'Don't
care for them, Two birds, steel hinges,
Haunt each, an edge of the small sky
My green eyes make. Rim-horn, impinges
Upon my vision's lurry fringes;
, Faint dust collects upon the dry,
Unblinking shield behind which cringes -My
naked, deprecated eye. :j
A' - v : 1 -s. V
My gaze feels aimed. It-is as If
Two manufactured beams had been
.Lodged In my sockets hollow, stiff,
And gray,, like mailing tubes and. when,
I pivot, vases topple down
From tabletops, and women frown.
. .... '
COLLAPSIBLE CAS STATIONThl Amphibious -Assault Bulk Fuel System was developed
- by the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, N.C, to replace the moving of fuel across beaches in 65 65-gallon
gallon 65-gallon drums. The system employs collapsible fuel tank (foreground), small fuel pumps and
other equipment Pictured above, an assembled beach unloading station Jseeps a steady flow
of fueffrom land craft through the two 10,000-gallon tanks and oo to units in the field?
' By Leonard Wolf
Six times faster than the fool can weep, -, '"'
His passions trick him. When he's dry,
The urban peasant kills his tender sheep,
Which, softly, on his pillow, pass' him by. : j.: .1
This much Manhattan does. The bulky swain,
' In Harris tweed, takes more than can be borne,
Until he howls at night because his brain '
Is undervalued and his nerves are worn.. k
He counts his" goods or counts the throats of sheep
Or murmurs to his souL "My soul, be stilL" -
But there's no gully deep enough to keep
The helpful yearlings that his passions kill.
An average man, the pavement where he walks
Is tough and bearable, but every night
The city slicker on his pillow balks
Before the switch that must turn out the light.
Barefoot and trembling, he will not be held
Accountable for murder. In his sleep; ;-.
"It is not I," his country cousin yelled,
"Who cut the gentle Jugulars of sheep!?
Poems by Courtesy The New Yorker.
The Washington Meiry-GfoVRound
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' ( Editer's Note: Drew Pear Pear-son's
son's Pear-son's column today takes tho
form ef a letter to Ml grand'
, WathinftMi, D.C.
' , May 2
This is your birthday. You are
three years old an age when the
world lies at your feet. I watch
ed you last week seooting around
my garden on your toy .tractor;
and making all the cirls in my of
fice stop their work just because
of you. You will never be three
again. But today you are master
of the world.
Someday, many years from
now, when you read this letter,
you will understand what I mean.
You will know how little a man
is master of his fate as he grows
older, how lucky he is to be mas master
ter master of a garde when he is young.
- It's about three in the morning,
I couldn't sleep for thinking of
th nrnhioma of the world; and
at night is that I can' detect an now, line up only a short t i m
almost imoerceDtible drift in this after we fought a "war to end
country -right now toward war
i world war.
It'i a drift that you can't do a
nything about You' are three
years old. '..'
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out i snouiu DO' awe 10 oo
something about it. I am older.
And I have seen two cruel and
bloody wars engulf the world.
I know mat the arm wmcfi e
gins now may mean that 15- years
from now you' will go out to fight
a 1 war which you don't under-
stand, didn t cause, and shouldn't
Do sacrificed tor... ;iy; ,: "4T":
Yet, it the present drift conti continues,
nues, continues, you probably will. ,v "'-'
For wan today don't bln
ovomigbt. They basin 10 ir II
years befor they break. And
they are caused by man's Inar Inar-tia,
tia, Inar-tia, man's greedvand man's un unwillingness
willingness unwillingness to sacrifice a littlo
of his worldly goods boforo ift
too late and he has to sacrifice
with his life. ' ': "- ''
What I. detect now in Washing'
cot uo to look down at the" Poto-kon, and in the nation is the same
mac, so siui ana pemmiu
the moon. ; ; .
On the river is a- fishing boat,
stm incline: for cstfish with the
help of a lighU ;
Over on toe Virginia 'shore, the
trees stand out in silhouette m
the jnoonlight. It's so still that
you can hear the water rippling
aeainst the rocks as it rushes on
and w to the Chesapeake; a. n d
the sea.r;i':;i- i.--;: :;:'"
OLESOME HOBBY" Sidewalk superintendents In New
ork City loo their beads over their boKbr -watchinf other
people work. A' thoughtful construction uperintendeat sup
plied the viewing ports lor passersby.
The Potomac was notr always
so still and peaceful. In the days
of your great-great grandfather
Joseph Medill, for whom you
were p"artly named, Johnny' Rebs
lurked behind those trees in the
Virginia side, while sharpened
saplings pointed down rrom me
Maryland side where the fishing
boat now angles for catfish, to
keep the Rebs from crossing.
Those were the days wnen your
great-great grandfather, .who
founded the Chicago Tribune, was
an adviser to Lincoln and when
our countrymen were foolish -hough
to go to war against each
other. .' '.-..
1 -DRIFT; TOWARD WAR T
We are more sensible dow.i But ;
what sometimes keeps me awake
unawareness, the same isolation.
the same let-the-other-fellow eo-
hang attitude that ruled America!
thinking in those days between
World WaM and the drift to
World War II. V P ;
Those were days when people
talked about "getting back to nof
malcy," when the stock: market
was more important .than the
League of Nations, when invest investments
ments investments aborad were more impor
tant than peace abroad; when,
more than anything else, people
were Just"-plain bored with .. for
eign affairs and-wished that 'all
the disagreeable, trouble-making
people in tne .. world would so
jump in the ocean, -:9
; HOW WARS ARE BRED
''' -6. ....
That's the kind of atmosphere
in which wars are b r e d, and
that's the king of atmosphere
which exists today.
The -shout and clamor for' eco
nomy In Congress is -exactly like
the shout and clamor in Congress
against the League of Mauons,
gainst the World Court, agamst
world cooperation betweea World
War I and World War II. "-
It's easy to get people Ilaee
ap against this type of thing. And
the same kind of people lining up
war" and tried to :maxe me
world safe for democracy."
, It was only a few short years t
ago so snort it seems luce y e i-
terday that the nation was al ;
a white-hot pitch of jpartriotism e-
ver Pearl Harbor- and y u f
daddy was marching, off with the
We were united then. It was
only a short time ago that we
hailed the founding of the United
Nations. We were united behind it
too. - : j
Now we are pulling apart. We
are disunited, blase, disinterested, v
isolated because it's-easy to unit
in time of war; hard to unite in
time of peace. There ar no brass
bands playing as we march down t
the road to peace.
And the people whoxdon t want
to ratify Eisenhower's atoms for ; v-
peace treaty are motivated by ex-
acuy the same reason they didn t
ratify Wilson's League of Nations.
lhey oon t seem to understand
now, as they didn't then, that in
this complicated world we live in.
we can no longer live alone.
They don't realise that this'
world it being pulled closer to-
gether by modern science v and
that. Moscow will soon be ; only
3v minutes away by long-range
guided missile. ; -They
don't seem to realize that
4Vi billions spent to help certain
countries work toward peace now.'
could save $440 billion spent to
support allies in a war later.
They don't realize that a t a x'
rate of 53 per cent to help, world
peace now is far better, than, a
tax rate of 90 per cent to win a
bloody war later.
But then the people who are
shouting for lower taxes now
won't have to go off and f I g h tj
wars. They are too old. ; T-
: The people who will fight; the,
wars brought on by the tax-reducers
of today will be the little
bova liko vmi. who arnnt imnnil
gardens on toy tractors todav not ."" iT
knowing what is in store for them' b
in the future. . )
Meanwhile, and until you can' J
understand this letter, pleas ask
your mother to bring you to see
me again very soon,
By ROBERT- C. RUARK H One of the brethren played a
. - real cool horn, and I could see the
SOMEWHERE k IN-THE-ELVIS N'Awlins ;.boyi gaining gradually
PRESLEY BELT Oh, my heart' over the sufferers with the back-
-.That, I-must say was the tri triumph
umph triumph of quite a triumphant eve
Word of the rites had spread a
round the campus, and all the
homeless Dekes, Saes, Chi Psis,
Sigma Chis and Atos dropped in,
is sick and my heart is soire and
1 ain't got that gal no mre and 1
loved her dear but now I fear I
i am going to throw up if I hear
much more of America's favorite
' .1 have- been" driving alone since
I "left New -York and vou switch
on the radio for company and it 'bearing jugs.
: ain't fabulous, no matter what The bid grad department emi-
; Mr. Presley, and his nasal, grunt-grated from Raleigh and Dur
ing comrades sing. 'ham, via yours truly, and all us
It is auogeiner me most nauseai- cnuiun peiiormeu. t ; :
t ing effort we have made at popu-j :I am naming no names, but my
lar entertainment: half hill- hostess in Raleigh will know whom
billy lament with a beat, and the I am aiming at when I say never
rest plain suggestive calisthenics did l see a grown woman who had
' What isnt doleful ballad or love- 'dignity -20 years aeo cut ud so
'fatigued shortness of breath seems scandalous with so many 7sppho-
to be calypso, and they've even mores. ;
' managed to foul that ap. 1 And I also hope that a dignified
My acquaintance with West In-, editor of a dignified, magazine
dian stuff goes back to Papa Hou-found his hat. It's a wonder the
dim and the Lion, ; which wasn't brothers didn' throw us all out.
'yesterday, and some of it' was! This being a piece about Both
- great. But what we have done to ing very much 'in particular, and
it would create a scandal in;Trini-as formless as a pelvic rendition
, dad, dad. of "Butterfly,"-! might mention
I have been partying with the .that i pressed a call on a retired
boys in my old fraternity house, 'ruffian named Tom Webb, of
rand have noted the contents of the 'Greenville, N.C., the other day, to
jus dux in me oar. recau some nignts of kitchen bar-
' ' imony over a iruit jar tilled with
one exceptin, the joyful essence. -"
glittering,; gurgling, neon-lit mons-
- ter oners nothings but corn-pone
and sweet 'tater pieces". ..
v -And this was-a lodge where, "20-
oaa years back, girls- got necked
to the tune of the stuff which you
: f ind the better albums today V.
tuff by Arlen, Porter,; Rodgers,
- ,:r- ?.;;K-J,J ;
I have5 decided 4o further my
philanthropy and endow a Tom
Webb all-girl scholarship, as well
as a Ruark all-boy scholarship. In
this way Mr, Webb, who once had
me initiated as an Ato desoite the
fact mat I was a registered Phi
Van '.nJ 1 ...ill W.t. -I 1
We were smooth enough in those' candidates for the all-eirl schoU
OITI ID DIUMW" ma for Sol." m .... . -i.
.. o.j .ik .i. v i "riP, ana we win nomniaie ea
s sad rather than suggest ve, and other for the all-bov scholarship
SUPERSONIC CREYHOUNt-Th cloud of water thrown up by this 5,000-pound pusher
i sled gives it the appearance of a ghostly greyhound at Edwards AirTorce Flight. Center. The
needle-nosed sled ended an 8,000-foot run by striking a wter brake. A liquid propellent rocket
V engine, made W Rocketdyne, division of North American Aviation, Inc., accelerates such test
'-vehicles to 900 miles an hour Jn 4.2 second's. Rocketdyne- engineers said tht engine., produces
120,000 horsepower enough to move 000 automobiles at 90 miles an hour.
. When Ray Noble played "The Very
Thought of You" another co-ed bit
- we oust. j
nowever, mere, may be some
nope lor the future. The Dixieland,
XMew Orleans type noise is still
clinging grimly to a small sector
" ot the music lovmg population.
We pitched a bie one the other
night, to celebrate the arrival of
the Ruark memorial ice making
.'" and cultural machine, in the Phi
Kap house,- and we pitched it with
two bands a colored rock "n roll
outfit from Greensboro, and a lo lo--
- lo-- tub N'Awlins style group. ?
Mr. Webb has small hair: but still
has bounce enough to enthrall a
lady not my wife, Mis Lyn Pret-
low, aged 18, who accompanied
me on this safari.' The board is
considering Miss Pretlow seriously
for one of the aii-girj scholarships,
although this may change when
Mrs.: Webb and Mrs. Ruark get
back to town, S.-:,?.-
I think this started out as a dis
sertation on the degeneracy of A A-merican
merican A-merican musical taste but, asu asu-sual,
sual, asu-sual, it has wound up back in the
kitchen with a jug.
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tie No. 089, published today.
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Lerttfa iYouna's Inner circle
say she will seek-annulment of
her lonp, time .marriage. An ami
cable abrogation. . .The negi negi-nald
nald negi-nald Hammersteins have the A-
partache. She's the former Mary.
Steele. .John Hersey (author of
"Hiroshima" ) and his wfie have
separated after 17 years.,, .Car .Carroll
roll .Carroll ("Baby Doll") Baker, will
sue Warner's for breach of con
tract. They; gave the "Brothers
Kraraazov"i and; "Devil's Disci-
nle" roles to others. ;Don Tav
lor and Melissa Weston have
bought ud all the Cloud 9s. .Gin
ger Rogers' confirmation of the
divorce we all kept mentioning
has pais insisting her next hus
band was selected weeks r ago.
Art or .lames Best has wood Y
vonne Lime from Presley. S he
recently, visited Elvis' folks. .
Coasters cay Fred Astaire is se
rious about lovely Barrje Chase,
but will probably not marry any anyone.
one. anyone. i,.Dovima, the highest paid
model reai name uorotny no-
ran), weds again today in (Jnica
go. He is Alan. Murray of U. S
Immigration. F. Costello says
the shooting was no gang war.
"justome xia irymg'io get,. a
image momentarily. His first wife("You journalists are the. prosti-f
was conde wasts dghtr; ,. vo- tutesi" Aiurtine carols (wans)
rothy Dnegan's marital troubles upstairs Dept. is hardly covered.
resemble the xma sumac iront-
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- The Arthur Millers (Marilyn
Monroe) now dwell in their tiny
farmhouse (The Springs) in the
Bohemian section of fcast Hamp
ton, L.L .A colony of artists
and writer?. .Micki Mario of the
Follies" is Moected to dron as
sault charges against the lad who
beat her up. He s betrothed to a
chorus-gal pal in the same show.
.Bobo Rockefeller's date at Ro
meo SalU's was Pol an Banks,
tut he s not The One .Joe Kirk-
wood, Jr. stepped up Joanne
pagers Husbands of each nave
been nit by their Girl Fridays
with charges of paternity.
Them that has gits: Marianne
Reynolds, ex-wife of the Camel
ciggie Jieit, won. $7,000 at Wilbur
Clark's Havana Nacional.
- Barbara Blair, ex-dancer, and
Noel M. Seeburg, the wkbox
tycoon, will be 2 In November.
. .It's a Jamaica honeymoon for
millionaire Clev Gray and his
pretty bride, the former Fran Fran-cine
cine Fran-cine dw Plessvx...Christian Dior
has been signed by David Crys Crystal
tal Crystal to make his first Junior
Iresses in America. In the U.S.
, stores bf Sept, .The Runyon
Fund acknowledges John Shu Shu-bortV
bortV Shu-bortV check for $1,000 with
thanks. .Henri Soule's Pavilion
opens in the Ritz Towep Hotel
In Sept. t, .Either w'.p or -wake.
Creek shipping .tycoon O O-nassis
nassis O-nassis mokes SM00 every hour.
Swank N arreganseft Bay
(Rhode Island) citizens' have or
ganized to .stop a 'new-' refinery
being built in the midst of the so
cial colony. Claim it'll ruin boat boat-in2
in2 boat-in2 and swimming, not to men
tion giving Newport a different
air, ,,mei carrymore s son,
they say, is now a local private
detective. Turtian Bey, ex-actor,
is now a Miami photographer. .1..
Anne Baxter says you can .have
all the Smith's m the phone book.
Just leave Kent Smith for her. .
Art Baker, emcee of "You Asked
for It," expects his divorce in
LAug. .His next will be bis Secre
tary, .The Ernest Borgnines lost
their imace. .One thin a b o a t
Senator .McCarthy's leaving. At
Dru's puis1. .Mona Knox h a s least there aren't as many: Com
flipped bei suds over George Rob-unie lei' to. rejoice,
erts. the H wood beenonane. j Kl ; i i i
rne JJCievan Mnitns tat waron race in rno trowor oyttuai
have xeconciled aealn. Insiders
report that she faces new head
lines via a lawsuit-chucked by an
in-law. .Song star Monica Boyar
stays on the phone that long be
cause she talking to ner Mexi Mexican
can Mexican love, Cabrielle Rom ay.
Collier's publisher, Paul Smith,
had very serious surgery- at Mills
Memorial Hospital. San Mateo.
CaL David Gimbel is hospital
ized. Condition serious. .Pulitzer
Prize Winner Fred Woltman is
critically ill. .Harlem's Geld
Room merrly decided to change
its initial show; the popular place
didn't quit as reported. . .The
new Gripshom arrives May 23.
Largest Scandinavian liner of all.
.Actress Man B finer a (chum
Schulberg (directed by K a Z a n)
was previewed for Ed Murrow
and a few other net workers, An
Academy contender. Devastating
film biography of a familiar fig
ure on the air.. .Carlos Penti
has been credited with discover
ing Sophia ,Loren. Foreign movie
authonues, however, say Albert
Giaeakme cava the star her first
role. He gave Gtna her Initial
stirring assignment, they add
The Arthur Millers (Marilyn Mon Monroe)
roe) Monroe) say it must have bees an
other pair m Millers rejected by
a westna mpton swank ciud.
"You're Kidding" by Joan Hocn-
stnhL an eyebrow lifter. in Es
quire, is first effort. .The au
thor of "Nana" at The luuc Car Carnegie,
negie, Carnegie, Ju Uttle regard for critics.
Ha haa 'Nana" (an actress-trol
The BVay Britith colony hear
that London, starlet Mara Lena
may become Prince Dado Rus
poll's Princess. Jules Dassin,
film director who cjuit H'woed
over Commy trouble, will mar
ry -Creek actress Molina Mor Mor-courit,
courit, Mor-courit, .Nino's Palm Beach
(on E. 53rd) is becoming a trys
ting spot for famous lovers. Ro Romantic
mantic Romantic atmosphere, etc. .Hoi.,
on Wool, "featured "Follies"
dancer, and Richard Eites, kin
of Sn. Kofauvor, dating. .El .Elliott
liott .Elliott Peterson,, magazine scrive scrivener,
ner, scrivener, middle-aisles with Carolina
Hart-Wumploy (of the British
social set) In Faroe Juno 11.
Canary Betto Temple's eyelatfi
cs kept fliittorihg at attentive
Caracas cllionaire Ernesto Cay Cay-rredon
rredon Cay-rredon down at the Village Van'
guard. .Art Ford's competition
for Julielto Greco's heart is so
great It has him daffy. ...Grace
Holdon, cousin of movie star
Bill HoWen, married t Writer
James Grainger week age.
Lana'Yumer, who feared she
was' Jost-in-the-'Shuffle (after all
those big movie clicks), is "hot'.'
again. SLe will get $320,000 plus
a hefty percentage' Of her next 2
pictures. .Arlene Dahl's million
S lawsuit against Columbia Pic-
tares (for "indecent" still photos)
had inost U her public skepticat
They suspected a publicity stunt,
which it wasn't .Las Vegas pro
perty is like this: Downtown Ve
gas (not the Strip) was sold to
a next-dcor jackpot king for $350, $350,-000.
000. $350,-000. He wilt install nothing but
One-Arm' Bandits. .The John.
Osbornes- (he's r. the playwright)
are divorcee5.. He filed.-. JJancy
Wright of NBC's Club 60 is being
wooed by the last bachelor (Joe
Eicb) In the Mellow-Larks ;Quar-
tet. .India's offering to- Broad Broadway:
way: Broadway: Lovrly Shirley Vincent in
the "Follies.';; Ps,W,i,t ...
"My Fair Lady" co-parent Alan
Jay Lerner invested nearly all
his royalties in realty. Buying all
over town. .What's this about
Eddie Fisher and Monte Proser
almost coming to blows at the
Vegas Troticana?. .Nanette Fa-
bray's ex-husband NBC exee D.
Tebet la ccw That Way about E-
lizabeth Allen of the G 1 e a so n
show. ."Ziegfeld Folhes" gals
are slugging it out with fists back
stage. Over fellas, of course. .
Sharon Shorn of "Li'l Abner" now
has rocks in her bead. A gem
studded tiara gift from Paul V.
Wingate. .We suppose when
Tommy Manvillo married for the
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
of Tenn. Williams) baa left Lord
Peter St. Just whom sh mar
lop who trades ber affections for,
luht timt bo g i g g 1 e d: "I Dubi
ried last f print;. She exports j bis
writeups) ghrieB at. ; reviewer;
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'SKIPPER C. J. HOLMES of th ''isouthern Star" talks over ith
' vessel's chip to hor radio darinr recent trip to Xaboga.
' The radio equipment is mlso capable of operation on "ham"
frequencies. An enthusiastie amateuc radio operator,- the
shipper also ba a radio set -In : his car and in his home
Canal Zone Sea Scouts
(Continued front rags
'' water and the Jbeach was still far
' j. -.The guilty Scout was later
' brought before 'the leader's coun council
cil council when the crew returned to Gara Gara-'
' Gara-' boa.-He was dropped from the un-
' it. "Every boy must do his -duty,"
, emphasizes the' skipper, "we can't
anord to take cnances like that."
The next day saw a 24 mile
round -trip to" "Punta de Cocoj"
where the crew obtained ice from
, the El "Pansma houseboat a n d
bought pinas and lemons at the
town of Matata nd return to
Ensenada, rpr s V-
At 9:00 pm. another boat 'came
' alongsile looking for the- ''Nola,"
, 'Unknown boat informed us that
the Nola was in trouble.'-
' OlOOr hock-checked. 3 feet at
' bow. 0130: secured table top and
- starboard ovtrlgger from- banging.
,'- 0210:' there is a strong; tide going
'in fast; (W30: I? took a sounding
with the lead line and drew 24 feet
of water, the anchor chain is pret pret-,
, pret-, ty tight right now."
But at 0320:- "I took another
sounding : and drew U feet. ; The
. sky looks cloudy, and overcast. The
.. tide is starting to slacken oft some
-and ar a result, it relieve the
' strain oa the anchor." ,V
The final day fo the voyage, the
ship rai4 its hook at :30 a.m.,
followed the coast of San Jose and
. then returned W Diablo, logging
-, S3 mile for the day. -v,
"We" cleaned tip. the boat and
'secured all hatches and ports upon
. .' approaching. our moorings in Dia Dia-vblo,
vblo, Dia-vblo, "noted the- jr e m an, "We
caughi about 25 to 30 fish and ev ev-"
" ev-" ryon had a lot of fun. Sorry it
J"had to end." -- ';
, 1 The ship's company Is diylded
Into two crews, in order to assure
r that every boy has a Job which in---
twesta Wm.- Under Crew Chief,
Henry Lavender are a deck force
ana a tecnniciaq force. :i
v. -The deck force -p a In ts .and
' scrapes the ship,' especially the
i,-ipper. work.;' takes care of lipes
. 'snd eanva bandies the small
.v dinghy, and ; learns quartermast
- Ths deck" gang are sea scouts
Don Rogers. -Douelas MacLean.
Jon- Snod grass Austin Smith, audi
xdwln idol,-When the ship shoves
oft, every -boy has an assignment
for handUnfc lines Just like a big
Vessel.-1 A. L : -S
' The engineers foe the Mack gang
nave care of the engines greas greasing
ing greasing them checking oil and fuel,
checking operation handle elec
trical equipment, sound the water.
tanks and check the bilges.: And
they do the cooking in the gal galley.
ley. galley. .-
on me rr-iCK gang are sam era
Ion, Willis mCofer and Rolando
toruiuerg. 1 -. i. '
"This system develops more In Interest
terest Interest among our boys because ev
ery, one has a Job. None of our
sea scouts just goes along for the
ride,'' points -out Holmes.- He takes
particular pride in the work of the
black gang, which has had no ma
jor Breakdown m ine fliesei en
Instriictiop in' the shin to shore
and ham ridio aboard the ship is
handled Dy Holmes, who also is an
enthusiastic- amateur radio opera
tor. : :';- '
' wr-fj. 11 1 w ..it r
using t.-h tellers oda-ui-m.
he not only has a set aboard ship
but another in his car- and a trans transmitter
mitter transmitter Installed in his home.
During the floods in the eastern
United i States, August 1955,
Holmes'"- Was drafted with his
short wave equipment by the na
tional guard for relief v 't.- He
aaa neen arivinn aiona a msnwav.
and was drafted when the short
wave antpnna on his car was not
'Man overboard!" piped Chief
Lavender. -The crew quickly broke
out a throwing line, heaved it over
the side, and stood ready with a
lite ring. One sea scout held a
boat hooL ready as the crew drew
in the line.-' 1
It was a drill no one was in
the water but Scout Rogers was
tapped -to be the victim for the
next phase, artificial respiration.
-Laying him out on the foredeck,
the crew took turns for close to
hall an hour; This was to estab
lish that in a real emergency ar-
titical respiration may have to be
given for irany npurs. -
-At "Abandon ship," all hands
grabbed life jackets from the lock-J
ers, quicaiy pui uem -on, ana
moved 'fast to pick' vp survival
Jlney line up for Homes'- inspec inspection.:
tion.: inspection.: Piled in front of them were
all the'oiiFhions because they
will float.- Even the fishing (hairs
were lifted from -the ringsr ready
to go overboard. ;."
'.."Who's sot' food?" i demanded
Holmes. Scouts -held 'Out cans of
food. -Another had a mirror for
- Holmes checked the d 1 s t r a i a
signal. Yes a boy had reversec'
the US. flag -and run It up the
masx ajkin. . ;
"Who has the fishina gear?"
tm noys loosed blank. -
"never forget fishing gear-whe
you abandon ship,"- said Holme
"You might, have to float for se
eral days." And the drill did n n-end
end n-end until a Scout got fishing li
and hooks and showed them to t
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Catron, Richard ViV Some people might think thai
Skipper Holnselt Is taking a bus busman
man busman s holiday aboard the ."South ."Southern
ern ."Southern Cros.. .;- :v:-:-
During the" week he Is skipper
if the Cannr Zone tug, -UJ. iin,
t twin-screw vesseL All told he
isd 16 years It ses, including mer-
hant -msree and U.b. Navy serv serv-oe,
oe, serv-oe, before joining the Panama
'anal organization in 1950. He has
eaded Ship No. 10 since 1950. -First
-Mate Churchill had Navy
xpehence too in 1945-48, He is
.urrently with the-Panama Canal,
dredging division. A "Star Scout, he'er of PartlO, and" scoutmstser of
"las also served as junior assistant
icoutmaster for Troop 14. .,
Second Mate John fl." MeGrew,
an Eagle Scout, is to Army man.
He and Mrs. MeGrew reside in
Gsnbos. During duty hours he is
SP I AlcGrcw assigned to Ft: Kob-
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Biavr Is something of s triple
threat man, as he takes a hand in
every scout unit at Gamboa. He
not only is chairman of the Ship
19 committee, but also is cubmut-iutw-
Troop 10. Known to all Canal Zone
scouts as Mr.'B," he also finds'
time to attend meetings as a mem-
ber of the Cinsl Zone Scout Coun-
ciU ;. -v
. These arethe men who : have
shown-Ship 10 how to be one o(
the most eetstanding scout units
in the Can.il Zone. Life aboard!
the "Southern Cross" is a prae-
tical exercise in the responsibili
ties of citizenship, as well as great
Suadav Astncia SsrJ&rtf iTii-:rit 13..?.
SUNDAY, MAY Idol I
0ALL EYES SEEMED to focus on Washington as
Canal Zonlans got an earful from their-Washington
union representatives on .what prospects were for
early passage of the Panama-US Treaty lmplementa lmplementa-tion
tion lmplementa-tion bill. ;
; Several Jabor groups on the Isthmusl were getting
ready to send their Zone spokesmen up to be on hand
personally to argue their case-local-raters
will be represented by Jose de la Rosa
Castilh), who Is head of the AFCSME, CIO-AFL Local
807, which comprised of Armed Forces employes. While
In Washington he will present, testimony for both his
local and chapter 900. ;.:.:'"''
Rufus Lovelady, president of the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Government Employes Lodge 14 wiy be leav leaving
ing leaving early next month also, i -
The Central Labor Union-Metal Trades Council al already
ready already has its legislative representative in Washington.
He Is L. S. Damiani.
Members of the U.S. citizens' Association aepena ior
their Washington support on attorney Lavern R. DU DU-Weg.
Weg. DU-Weg. -":U::y.j,Ar'-,r--t ""v
Meanwhile,, reports" of a clash in union ranks was
declared to be completely untrue as union officials
declared that all the groups, both U.S. and local-rate
were working towards the same goal. .,
' Dissension -was reported as a result of possible dif-
. A...msk.,. In nnlntnn Vi Am Imnl.manf n Hah a4
' Panama-U.S. Treaty would affect each group. All den.
clarsi that tiiejr iwere in complete accord. -4
.BUSY BUSY BUSY was the word for the Panama
. Canal earlier In the week as they recorded a total of
40 ships transiting the waterway. -J
Although not a record, this was considered high tor
At. J., (a. alia. '. .- :'l '. ft ,v ' I
viia-uctjr w,Kiuuva. f ; ,,- "
, AN ATTEMPT to 1 stamp out contraband acti- ?
Titles In the Commissary, In the form of drastic :
action against violators, was announced by Gov. 5
V- W IF mt ha mAntkl. IK.rnnmniill. M.".'
Pointing out that there has been a slight-In-
- crease in contrabanding, the Governor said that
loss of commissary privileges or suspension from.
: wora win oe among; me measures 10 oe taaen a-:.
' gainst employes who continue this practice, i
" He announced also : that admission fees to swimming-pools
will be discontinued. Other subjects touch touch-ed
ed touch-ed on at the meeting were the proposed school cafe-,
terla, the beautification project on Barneby Street,
'and an attempt to air-freight fresh fruits and vege vegetables
tables vegetables to the Zone from the States,
. THE ARMY ANNOUNCED that ft group of men from.
, an "Honest John" rocket detachment arrived in the
Zone to test the weapon system under tropical con conditions.
ditions. conditions. The. tests will be held at the Fort Sherman
urea for the next 30 days. ,,,
i All lllbCIUUTO m.lL .ObMI.11 1U1 m, lliUMlVilMi W HUM
family missing in a flight from Tocumen Airport to
Barranquilla, Colombia, ended happily. The Rev;
Theodore Adams, his wife and their 9-year-old daugh daughter
ter daughter were reported safe in San Jose, .Colombia where
their- small plane was grounded due to engine trou trouble.
ble. trouble. They are bound for work in Brazil.
THE NAVY BID FAREWELrTto Its commandant as
Rear Adm. C. L. C. Atkespn resigned his, post and
left for Washington, , ;
0 VETERAN, RIGHT-HANDER Art Houtteman is wltn
his third major league baseball teanu. The latest
switch came when the Cleveland Indians sold Hout-.
teman to Baltimore for f 20,000. The Orioles sent .?
southpaw Don Ferrarese to Vancouver to make room
for Houtteman. ,-..."' '-
The 29-year-old Houtteman broke in with Detroit
In 1947, The right-hander was regarded as a top pro
spect in 1948 even though he won only two games and
lost 16. Houtteman's best season was 1950 when he
' won 19 games before going into service. He was trad-
. A soldier from Ft. Davis who lost his feet Ajj a result ed to Cleveland in 1952 and won 15 games but then;
of a train accident last week was considered to be in went on the downgrade.
"good condition" at Coco Solo -Hospital.. He Is Pfc.
Frank M. Caputa, The accident occurred as he. was
trying to board a moving train,
, For the first time in the memory of old-time
'J Zone-residents, a charge of, mailing intoxicated
-liquor was brought against a -Canal resident. The
, charge was filed In Balboa Magistrate's Court a a-l
l a-l gainst a Paraiso housewife, Julia E. Spe'd whose
case was bound over fofr trial in U. S. District ...
' Court. '- .-',-.,-
Two-soldiers who faced the Balboa Magistrate on a
charge of. raping a 14-year-old American girl asked
for a continuance until Tuesday afternoon', The of offense
fense offense allesredlv occurred ... on Empire Range,
IN WASHINGTON,: negotiations were underway to
get ft $12,849,000 loan from the Export-Import Bank
to finance the completion of the Inter-American
Highway. s i
The Brooklyn Dodgers Tuesday traded pitc'her Don Don-Eiston
Eiston Don-Eiston to the Chicago Cubs for pitchers Vito Valen-"
; tinetti and Jackie Collum In, addition to two other:
The Dodgers immediately sent Valentinetti to
Los Angeles in the Pacific Coast League and Col-
lum to Montreal la the International League. The : 1
others players, one of whom is elated to remain
' with the Dodgers, will be announced later, ac- ,'.
cording to E, J. Buzsy Bavasl, Brooklyn ylce pres- v
f ident h " 1 'I - ( Z
" Eiston, 28, had d 7-8 record with St. Paul In the A--merican
Association last season and pitched only one
Inning- lor the, Dodgers this yean He originally was
Cub property and went to the Dodgers in.' the deal
Jor Ransom Jackson, Dec- 1935. -"
Vaentlnetti had a aV4 record with the dubs last
season but did, -not have a decision this year. Collum
Meanwhile It was reported here that a 300-mile trail was 8-2 for the St. Louis Cardinals last vear and 1-0 ?
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tion this week .as trews hacking their way along the
future route of the Pan American Highway met at the :
Panama-Colombia border, n : r'"
. Electricity in the city was off lor a few hours
. 4 and the Fuersa y-Lu company urged the public
i to reduce its use of electricity due t mechanical
, s trouble ther are encountering. ',;''
. The Canal Zone was called upon to supplement
Panami current during the emerrency. A dam--.
.'- aced 600 kw generator f the Saa Francisco.
. electric plant was responsible for the company's
"'TWO' MURDERS, one in Panami and the other In
Col6n were considered solved this weefe The pana-
'mi Secret Police reported the solution to the case of
the decapitated man with the confession 'of Tilcio
Ouintero of Chorrera. The severed head and body of
' Justo Hernandez Escobar, also of Chorrera was found
on ay B. An old grudge between the men was explain-
'Manager Fred Hataey of the Milwaukee Braves ad- )
mlts he's a little worried about what he calls his prob"
lem In leftfield. -
Hanev han had thre mon in Inft.ftpM s(nia fh pb--
son opened, namely Bobby Thomson, Chuck Tanner
and Andy Pafko. Their combined batting average la
.158 and they have driven in 10 runs. On the other
band, i centerflelder Billy Bruton and right-fielder
Hahk Aaron have accounted for 41 runs.
. Haney says he has talked with' general manager
John Quinn. about leftfield but has come up with
nothing. He says it's possible the Braves might bring',
up a farmhand if they can't swing a trade. Earlier,
Quinn said he had talked with three or four teams
but nothing has jeUodr He said "the players that are
available aren't the ones we want. ,'
In other, baseball news, pitcher Art Houtteman and ;
first baseman Eddie Robinson are calling their, shut-
fie the best break of their careers. The 29-year old
Houtteman was soia uy tne Cleveland Indians to the 1
ed as the motive. Meanwhile on the Atlantic side, the Baltimore Orioles for, $20,000, Robinson 38-years
.Col6n police said they captures the murderers of
Jamaica-Chinese grocer Thomas u. Fid Chong. They
said they had the confessions of brothers Ezequiel and
Jorge Jaen and Victor McClean, who admitted to
strangling the grocer in order to rob him.
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TO BONNIE RUTn SMITH," 6th grade student at the Kobbe school, went the honor of selling
' Got. W. E. Potter the first Buddy Poppy in the Veterans of Foreign Wars annual Poppy sale.
Buddy Poppy Week is being observed from May 27 through June X With this year's Poppy
Girl were Jack War ford, department senior vice commander and a member of VFW Post
5822; Ralph Slawson, representing VFW Post 5835, and Robert J. Jacques, representing IW
Post 40. Warlord and Slawson are hidden behind the Governor and the Poppy Girt. ?'--
old was signed as a free agent bv the Indians.
Houtteman expressed his feelings this way "I'm itch itching
ing itching to pitch and I know I'll get a chance with Bal r
timore." r .
One of the stars of professional basketball pre- .;:
diets a change- in the makeup' of the game to k
: bring the Giants into line.
!- Doiph Schayea of the Syracuse Nationals pre- ',: ':'
Y diets the pros soon will raise the goal from It to
feet. He says "super-tall men are running' a- .v
vx way with the game in the professional as well as i
... the college ranks." --
y"It won't be long," says Schayes, ; "before every team
In the league has an exceptional jumper like Bill Rus-"
sell or a seven-footer like Wilt Chamberlain of Kan-
sas." Dolph Is no midget himself at six-eight. v
He says "The pros will .have to take the lead in
raising, the basket.. We can do it. We're a tightly knit
group and don't have to consult several thousand of- -ficlals
as theamateurs da The big men are running
eo show now, and raising the goal is the best way'
restore balance." v
Outsider "Paper Tiger" swept out of nowhere in a i -great
stretch finish to win the $58,000 Lincoln Spe-!
cial over a wet track t Lincoln Downs. ? r
. Handled by Tom McCreary, Paper Tiger surged past
"Star Rover" in the stretch finish to win the richest
purse in Rhode Island turf history. The race featur featured
ed featured the closing day of Lincoln's 60-day session.
' Star Rover, ridden by Willla 'Hartack, -paced the
field most of the way but finished second. "Rock-
enable:.- a seuuiucuuii iwai jutuiivc iajuk uic -
.. 1. J M A A 11 A A M j
jeaa av ine lar turn oniy to iaiter to a uura piace
finish..:) itrit ' --b 5srtv v-
Paper Tlger returned 11-20, six-20 and four-40
-,'" ;i-j -a it- -is- if. i. o w'i
Veteran Arcle McBr)re ended a long victory drought N
Monday night with an upset unanimous decision over '-..
.. '-.. ninth-ranked heavyweight Willi Besmanoff at New'
trYorfc. ;J "' '' ti --
' :McBride scored-with' a 7ersUtent attack to :bciJy
and head, in registering his second victory in near- ',
,rly four years. There werejno knockdowns, Besmanoff, 1
- from Germany," suffered 'his seventh defeat in 49
lights while McBride had his 21st victory in 33 bouts.
- -Kenny Lane, the No. 1 lightweight contender, to
day was a fighter with no place to go after scoring
a perfect fight" sixth-round knockout Of Henry
' (Toothpick) Brown Wednesday night.
- Lane, 24, Muskegon-Big Rapids, Mich, south-;
. paw,' displayed a baffling, powerful attack as he'
battered Brown to near helplessness before put-
' ting him away with a short jolting righthand
smash.- 4 -- -
'- Lane's co-managers. Jack Karns and Pete Petro--'-'skey,
were all smiles, -hoping the sensational 'finish
- would make their boy a TV drawing card and force
' light-weight champ Joe Brown oranother headliner
intn -th rnr with Tne Th phmnn. hnwver. la
' already committed to a June fight with Orlando Zu Zu-'
' Zu-' luetai beaten by Lane." -; '
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TWELVE FINALISTS .
FINALISTS FOR THE
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PERSONAL SERVANTS AWAIT,
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