The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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-The House Subcommittee on
the Panama Canal is expected to
give early -consideration to a bill
wnicn would require canaj wu
to be adjusted so as to cover
maintenance and operating costs
Of the waterway ..,
i The x bill was 'introduced by
representative Edward A, Gar Gar-matz.
matz. Gar-matz. a -Democratic member of
w jthe committee on Merchant Ma-

'"P fine and Fisheries, and was re re-ierred
ierred re-ierred to the Panama Subcom-

inittee. The committee has re requested
quested requested opinions about the bill,
.and.recomrneadatlQns,' from the
Panama Canal .'Company the
General Accounting. Office, and
. the Defense Department ;
- The United States Citizens As As-'
' As-' aoclatlon of the Panama Canal
Zone v. requested,4: through Its
"Washington attorney, La vera R.
- Dllweg, introduction of the blU.
The bill has been y given the
fcumberHJl. 7842.'! It provides:
"Tolls' shall be prescribed at a
: rat or rates calculated to cover
as nearly as practicable, all costs
of maintaining t and operating
' the Panama Canal, ? together
with the facilities and appurten appurten-'
' appurten-' ances related thereto, incjudlng-
!,' "Ill The cost of reimbursing
retirement and other funds and
government agencies, under sec section
tion section 252 of ttiis title, V
(2) Interest "and -tleprecia-tion,
including Interest and de depreciation
preciation depreciation wlth.-respect to hous housing
ing housing and other faculties provided
solely for employes of the fed federal
eral federal eovernment and their de-
. 'pendents by the corporation
or the canal Zone government),
and . y--W--
"(3V An appropriate share of
the' net costs of operation of the
. aeency inown a ",-the Canal
2ne government.' ;:
- "in the determination of wjch

- nnroDriate share, substantial

weight shall be given to the ra
tin of the estimated eross reve
from tolls to the estimated
total cross revenues of the said
. corporation exclusive of
The cost of the commo
dities resold.' ; '
rhi Revenues .' arising from
- fransacUona with the said cor
Txration or from transactions
.with the Canal Zone govern-
ment. and

"(c) Revenues derived from
' aupplying goods and services to
employes of the federal govern

ment and tneir oepenaenis.
Indian Tribal
Marriages. Ruled
Okay In S. D.
PIERRE, S.D. (UP) Atty.
Gen. phil Saunders has ruled a

tribal marrlflire solemniied on anjRenuhlic in March. 1950. carry

Indian reservation is entitled tojing an invalid believed to have

"fuu faith and credit" Ibeen Gannaea. -
Saunders has been asked fori m December, the Dominican
Ms official opinion as to wheth-j government announced that a
er tribal marriaees are "common j Dominican oilot had committed

law" marriajres and if a record
mu?t be made to a state-court,
In recly. Saunders said the
marriaees are "solemnization
recognued by the tribe," and
"the record in the tribal court
alor.e is all sufficient."

New Story
The finrt chapter of onr new
verMy- try, -SubtiUite Doe Doe-t"r.
t"r. Doe-t"r. rr" ri today oi pare 2
! J1 of the bark parr a an an-?
? an-? The try wiil tm
n i ii.

itami 2-037S

Johh' G. Pro ctor. ceneral tnanairer : Of t.h 1 Miami ReanK

acknowledges welcome at, the

members of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, who ar-

Consideration Seen

"Revenues derived from
supplying goods and services to
employes of the federal gov-;
eminent and their dependents
shall not be used to pay any
US Again Requests
Immunity Waiver
On'Tjujilbl Envoy
The State Department disclosed
today it has delivered a second
note to the Dominican Republic
asking: that it waive diplomatic
immunity for Minister of State
Arturo R. Espalllat,; so that "he
may be questioned, about the dis
appearance oi jjr, jesus oe. ua-
llndez and Gerald 1' Murphy,
V Press officer LincoUu'Whlte
said the note, delivered on May
90 : tn rinminiari anr.nnrir.tAR
stated' that it would be desir
able" and appropriate" for the
Dominican government to taice
such a step.'-'y v,!6;..M '. iV-r'
White said that iio reply Has
so far been received to this
Jast note nor to an earlier one
of May 2. lJ 4
He was replying to questions
regarding a statement attribut
ed to Espalliat that he would be
pleased to discuss the matter
With f any authorized agency.'
',The statement was issued in
New York by a 'public relations
agency representing the Domi Dominican,
nican, Dominican, government,, 7 ; ;?
i, :, 'Vv-"..
"r would rely on the TJOminl.
can government,"'' to whom we
have addressed these communi
cations, rather than on a public
relations outfit 1 New York,"
White said.
VS. Officials feel that Espafl.
lat's presence would help -the
Justice Department present evt
dence in the Galindez and Mur
phy cases to a Grand Jury in
Washington. The Grand Jury ha?
been hearing evidence for two
months. : ;
' Oa May 29, the State De Department
partment Department said that tt had suf sufficient
ficient sufficient evidence to link' the
disappearance of CUndn, a
Spanish professor at Colombia
I'niversity, with Blurphy, a
young U.S. pilot employed by
the Dominican Airlines. v.
Before his -d i a ppearance,
Murphy is said to have told
friends he had made an unau unauthorized
thorized unauthorized flight to the Dominican
'suicide, and that in a written
confession he claimed to have
killed Murphy.
j The Dominican most frequent-
ly mentioned in connection with
this case was Espalliat, who waa
Dominican Consul General in
New York until last month.
In today's statement. White

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1.31 p.m.

I:.i5 a tn.
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J ffie people
Panama Chamber of Commercs
part of the costs of the Canal
Zone government."
The bill also .' would nrovide
that employes 5of the Canal com
pany and government should not
oe required to contribute more
for fringe benefits than any oth
er federal employe in similar de
partments or agencies.
, If the bUI should be adanted
wouia provide, as now writ
ten, that the tolli revisions
would beqome effective on the
first ; nf .the second calendar
month after enactment. f ;
Here s" He-wit

Mayflower Landed In 1620

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(EDITOR'S NOTE Sometime to tonight,
night, tonight, Mayflewtr-ll theuld arrive at
Plymouth, Mf., whr the filgrima
landed f rem the original Mayflower
337 year ago. Mayflower II ta ae ae-iured
iured ae-iured warm welcome, with tent' of
thoutand on hand to greet har. The
former coiMielor-general of the So
ciety of Mayflower Detcendante telli
of the. far different reception the
Pilgrim received.) 'y
. Written for United Press j
;' on Sept.v16. 1620" the tiny
Mayflower, 90 feet from stem to
stern, containing 102 Pilgrims
and 40 seamen, left the shores
of England, hopefully heading
for the fertile .valley of the Hud Hudson
son Hudson .-.river.. ?;? "; 1
After 10 weeks of extreme haz hazard,
ard, hazard, buffeted by ocean storms,
the disabled craft reached the
tip of Cape Cod peninsula in
winter-gripped New England
Snow and ice lay upon the sand
dunes, the scrub oak and dwarf
pines of Cape Cod, Bitter winds
chilled them to the marrow
when the Pilgrims set out on
foot to explore the narrow 50 50-mile
mile 50-mile moraine of sand that jut jutted
ted jutted out from the mainland. Hos Hostile
tile Hostile Indians watched them from
ambush. i; r ; ,. :v
' Governor Bradford, In his
Tlymouth Plantation, describ
ed the coast as "a hideous and
desolate wilderness, full of wild
beasts and wild men -and what
multitude there might be of
them they knew not.",.. ""The
whole country full of woods and
thickets."... "If they looked be
hind them there was the mighty
iv-pon ifiii-n mfT naa Dassea
and was now a main bar and

7957 Pent ecostf Find Missionary Outlook: Discouraging

Pentost Sunday, which falls
this year on June a. Is a tradi traditional
tional traditional time for Christian
churches to take stock of their
missionary work.
It waa on Pentecost that the
Apostles received the gift of the
Holy Spirit and set forth with
contagious zeal to "preach the
gospel into every living crea creature.'
ture.' creature.' :
Pentecost. 1937, finds the mod
ern church nil! trying to com
plete that mission. But many
church leaders are deeply dis discouraged
couraged discouraged about the present
state and the future outlook of
foreien missionary efforts.
On the surface, it is hard to
see any rea.on for their pes pes-limlsm.
limlsm. pes-limlsm. Chnatianitv ttvlav has
about 8 00 million followers.'
throur-hout the world more!

than twice as r.m a th nexti'""-

knotc the truth end the

Ohio Democrat

For Dividing Negroes, Whites

i-Rep. Wayne L. Hays (D-Ohio)
has leveled an sangry attack at
Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Jr..
charging that, "no one 1s doing
more to divide the Negro and
white citizens" of the nation.
The Ohio- congressman also
armtseri the 'Democratic Negro
congressman from New York of
slurring his ieuow pariy mem members
bers members from Ohio and Pennsyl Pennsylvania..
vania.. Pennsylvania..
Hays arose on the House floor
yesterday during the second day
01 general oeDaie vu jricoiucm
Elsenhower's civil rights bill to
reply to criticisms made oy Pow
ell jmaay.
' PoweU. in a letter 'written
from Bethesda. Md., Naval Hos Hos-pltar,
pltar, Hos-pltar, had urged House members
to reject : a soutnern uemuam
tin rir ve to attach a "Jury trial
amendment to the civil rights
measures. . -'
:rh letter tald Northtr No
fltoti art "M up with-Wtrd-own
logiiUtion" tni sro -do
manding: "Why Md Ponniylvmio
and Ohio Democrats to Congrai
if thay mutt takt thai ordanfran
middlemen who terve the White
Citizeni Councils in Miwliiippi
and Alabama." ; v ,
Hays denounced this as a slur
on. him and other Ohio and
Pennsylvania Democrats. Then,
as Southern House members ap applauded,
plauded, applauded, Hays said Powell's ar
guments were almost enougn -to
convinee me that the trial by
gulf to separate; them from- all
the civil parts of the World."1
i In the five weeks that the Pil-
crtma desberately explored the
Cape before the disabled shal
loo had been repaired they dls
covered that the wild men were
Intent upon massacre. At day daybreak
break daybreak of the- very morning prior
to their leaving .tne pemnsuia
to cross the bay to the main
land -the savages launched a
full-scale attack UDon the Pil
grim explorers. Blood-chilling
warwhoops filled the woods, a
shower of arrows assailed them
and only the magic of gunpow
der and Engusn outlets savea
them from massacre.
Not until Dec. 21 did they set
foot upon their future home and
discover farm lands and little
running brooks. The Mayflower
then crossed the bay and an
chored in Plymouth harbor
where for three jnonths death
reigned in the plague-ridden
ship whlla a few men struggled
to build houses on shore and to
defend themselves against hos hostile
tile hostile Indians. v
Half of the Pilgrims band died
tofnt-a amine- and were buried
on Coles Hill. In March 1621 the
Pilgrims made peace with the
Indians i The survivors eame
ashore and the Mayflower sail sailed
ed sailed for England
Twenty-one men. four women
and twenty-five children were
left to face life in the New
world. Face it they did. in' dan
eer and famine and hardship
indescribable. They established
a government the New Eng England
land England town meeting and a sys system
tem system of free enterprise that e e-.ninaiiY
.ninaiiY e-.ninaiiY rlrjened into the great
republic the United State of
Amerkaa Prereetaiita
ttiae 1 00 eevarriea, aa la-'
If 52. The Remaa CarlMlie CJnrrcb,
VMM e4 akevt 2S eer cent enw
which waa aeeJieg waiiaeaiwn re
taie ceetry a the etarr ef thie
ceararr, e hae 5,000 Awert-caa-hara
liaiieaariea at vark aa
But these statistics, which will
be cited in many Pentecost ser sermons
mons sermons today, don't tell the whole
story. Here are some other iacU:
The relative number of
Christians in the world has been
dropping steadily for a quarter
of a century, from 37 per cent
of the world population in 1930i
to about 30 per cent t P-:d-:
dhlsm, Mohammedan-. -. I. r--
duism and ether caienui
gions once considered moribun
n"111"'" countries
of Asia


fwUry U$cfe" Abraham Lincoln.

Blasts Powell
Jury amendment should ,be ; i
Havs. wnn saia rowen n a a
been confined to Bethesda with
a heart attack, aaaea mas ne
wished the New Yorker could
have been on the House floor to
reply. But he said that he wasn't
saving anything he wouldn't say
To Powell s lace.
. Only about half doaen mem
bora applauded : when Chairman
Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y.) of the
Houao Judiciary Committee, told
-Have ft would have tome with
better grace" if ha had postpon postponed
ed postponed hia attack until Powell could be
Havs reDlled that he felt com'
pelled to speak out now because
Powell had pulleu a- "very small
noiiticai trick" aimed at maa-
lnsr oeople think Ohio and
Pennsylvania Democrats could
he' tbld how to vote.
"The Democrats from Penn
svlvnnia and Ohio don't have to
accept dictation or apoiogi?e -u
anyone or accept, sucn scurril
ous xemaras,;- ne asserwa,
Hays alsO questioned "whether
Powell actually, wanted the civil
rights program enacted. i said
Powell was on a ship en route
to a European vacation last year
while the House was voung n
the issue.;-':,;,j;,: r;;.V. ;.-:;Vr,-t
chairman Francis'!!, Walter
-fD-Pa. of .the House -Commit-
'te ini lJn-AmerioattAUvUiiet
remarked that Powell would-e
"the most disappointed "man in
America' if th ctyu rignts diu
luvamA law. ' '--u-ttv: y-r-
!! "That's rights rlayil iald, -"be-i
caute that ( the fast thing h haa
; loft to .tail?, about," c?- f
CZJC Summer Classes
The first classes In the Canal
Zone Junior College Summer
aifln or 1957 will meet to
morrow, in all courses except
the several engineering drawing
ones whlch'will have their first
meetings on thsf foUowlng Sat
urday morning, courses wmtn
nriii mmrt tnmorrow morning are
elementary-shorthand, element-
orv tvnewritint (2 sections), in
tprmediate tyDewriting.- and
hitrh orhool elementary algebra.
Courses meeting in the evening
are elementary snonnana, in intermediate
termediate intermediate shorthand, driver
training (1 sections),- and ele elementary
mentary elementary theory (music).
The Saturday morning classes
are engineering drawing, sheet
metal drafting, architectural
drafting, and machine drawing.
All other courses originally of offered.
fered. offered. Including all the Atlantic
Ride ones, were cancelled on ac
count- of insufficient enroll
ments, i ..
Additional enrollments will be
accepted in all classes named a a-bove
bove a-bove at their first meetings. The
Saturday morning ones, and
some of the other ones, will be
discontinued after their' first
meetings unless additional stu students
dents students do enroll tt that time.
, Properly qualified students
may earn two semester hours of
regular college credit for the
satisfactory completion of each
of the above courses except high
school algebra and driver train training,
ing, training, v - '- 1 i
orities averaging about three per
cent of the population in most
countries are struggling for
existence against a mounting
tide of Nationalist feeling which
often brands Christianity a
foreign" or "white man's" reli religion.
gion. religion. ;
In Africa, where Christians
constitute perhaps iO per cent
of the population, racial ten tensions
sions tensions have produced a situation
in which white missionaries
have, in the words of one Lu Lutheran
theran Lutheran leader, "five years at
most" to continue their work on
the present basis. -; .
lenders of major US. denora-
Irauons believe the handwrtH
ing on the waJl of history is al

re a- ready clear: The Western white nvva f PoiUrai Russia. in 1919. She 3trtnr of unlon conT.nUor.S a-
)unitman must face the tact that hewhirh the .T?"?"" btt 'came to the United EUtes incros,Rth, country, trors at
in;:, cordially ha in most color- ct Asia f"' AMea rwulre for, d bart-iw,y ,t,uons Lite C'.'ur.

The Western white'

and.ed ruT!trtea. So kmc m cans-

t iientined as rua t
." U vi t Ttrej tA&di

Vilch Doctor

Guesses Wrong,
Causes Fetal Feud
DURBAN. South Africa, lune 8
nrpi a wrone- diagnosis by
tribal witch doctor resulted in a
feud that left one native; deaa,
two Injured and 150 huts burned,
reports reaching here said to-
ay. v k
The witcti doctor at umbum-
bulu, 10 miles from here was
said to have rolled "magic pones"
and proclaimed two natives as
the poisoners or an agea woman.
' Anerv' tribesmen burned the
hut of one of the accused. He re
taliated by .burning the nut oi
his neighbor. t
The renorts said the dispute
snrearl throueh the tribe f and
raged for' three days before po police
lice police learned of the trouble and
rushed to the village.
police finally settled every
thing by announcing that ; the
woman had not oeen poismicu.
She died oi natural causes.;.
Driver Must Visit"
Accident Victim j
One Hour Each Day
i PIERRE. a:' H.T- (UP) a 1 15-
year-old driver' has been ordered
tov spend .one hour each day
visiting a woman In a hospital
whose, leg was amputated be-
causa of a car accidents
Tastitaa Mrwm 'Dlaawvek "war A a rHifeav
aWVUi aVVAWUXQ, f f-fuc. tvaus ejitvu
the; sentence by Hughes County
T ..... U T... Aft. Tln.f.I
He also, surrendered his 'driver
permit.' -nj 4. i-c -.;
; Moore drove ar that col collided
lided collided 'With one' in which !Mrs.
Myrtle Goodf ace, 39. Pierre; was
riding. A portion of her left leg
was. hurt' so, badly it had to-be
removed. .
Officers said Moore's car was
.going at a high rate of -speed.

iWbmari Scientist; May Have
Multiple S clerosis Cure

The first definite step that
might lead to a treatment for
the dread disease of multiple
sclerosis was 'announced today
by a Russian-born -woman bacte bacteriologist.
riologist. bacteriologist. V;. ..' i
: Miss Rose R. Ichelson, direc director
tor director of research at St. Lake's
"Hospital and Children's Medi Medical
cal Medical Center here; reported she
had succeeded I" isolating and
cultivating the germ responsi responsible
ble responsible for the disease.
. She also announced a "highly
successful" method of diagnosis
of the disease which afflicts
some ,300.000 oersons : in the
United States. Yankee baseball
immortal LOu Gehrig was one of
its victims. v v
The NaUonal Multiple Sclero
sis Society in New York said "a
great stride will have been
made" toward conquering the
disease if her findings can be
substantiated by other research researchers.
ers. researchers. Her work had been known
to the society for many years
but it had been unable to learn
enough of her techniques to eval evaluate
uate evaluate her work, v
"first Step -,
"If this report be found true,
the society said, ."the first step
has bee made. A means' of
treatment must be developed.
capped In Asia and Africa. The
one hope for maintaining an ef effective
fective effective Christian witness in
these areas lies in strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening their local churches under
native leadership, and gradual gradually
ly gradually turning the evangelical task
over to them.
A ataiar ere a thie JiracHea
waa tahaa lew Mere, whea Chria Chria-tiea
tiea Chria-tiea leeaera freaa 14 Aaiea ceK
triaa Mt M fraaet. laeWeia,
4 eraa4 tha laat Aaia Chrie Chrie-tiM
tiM Chrie-tiM Caaiercaca. Tha aae fal
at this aew aaeiaaal hev ta
aire aarive Aiiaaa
k MMliiiM at Aaia.

The next step, according tol0f tha Society for experimental

church leaders, may be the most
difficult. It is persuacung -wesr-t
em. Christians to coniinue
larre-scale financial support
survival, wimou j. ea!
. rorrm eonirou woicn
'ba. tcerated. tuodt. iocgex.

DU tmoioves

T 6 Remain

After July!

. About 80 employes of the
Solo wilt receive reduction-in-force

June, a local Navy spokesman

The statement came following a published report
that 400 local rate employes' at Coco Solo would be 'riff
fed" by June 30. . 4
; The Navy spokesman said it was impossible for,that
many Coco Solo employes to receive "rif" notices, because
there are no more than, approximately 130 now, employ employed
ed employed at the base.
' The spokesman did confirm, however, that pnlyf50

workers Will be employee! at
" Coco Solo Naval Station, was
placed in a partial maintenance
status last August, and since
that, time; ; a' gradual reductlon-m-force.has
been ln effect.;
.The only department at Coco
Solo that will "close', as such is
the Supply and Fiscal Depart Department
ment Department VS. Naval Station at
Rodman will take over the func
tions -of this department.' the
Naw anokesman said..: 'v i. ;
i Denial of the drastld force
reduction am i following 1.
storv. to.thev.jeffect that 400. em
ployes. were abeing '.'riffed'. by
July 1' which appeared in to to-da's
da's to-da's edition of the weekly The
Panama Tribune, which was on
the streets yesterday. ;f-'
Coco Solo haa been operating
under Its present designation
since May, 1843.
A naval facility was original originally
ly originally established at Coco Solo in
again requiring research inas
much as we know Of no medlca
tion which alters the course' of
the disease. '
Multiple sclerosis Is a dlseaSed
condition of the brain or spinal
cord, or both, in which parts of
nerve tissue degenerate and be.
come replaced hy .hardened tis
sue. It may cause complete par paralysis
alysis paralysis and often Is fatal."
:. Walter Blddle Saul, presi president
dent president of the hospital's research
foundation, said Miss Ichel Ichel-son's
son's Ichel-son's discovery was the "first
step" toward elimination of
the disease which always bad
keen difficult to diagnose.
Previous Attempts Failed
Although: scientists believed
they had isolated the cause of
multiple sclerosis 50 years ago
when they discovered spirochetes
in the spinal cord tissue of per persons
sons persons who had died of it, all at attempts
tempts attempts to propagate the organ organ-Ism
Ism organ-Ism in a culture had failed.
Miss Ichelson's six years of re research
search research apparently proved the
connection between this spio spio-chete
chete spio-chete and th disease and pro provided
vided provided a means for growing the
spirochete in a culture so that
it could be studied and a cure
sought.. .
Incidental to her basic research
Miss ichelson v developed .an
"interdermal -test which has
proved highly successful" In di diagnosis
agnosis diagnosis of the disease. Up until
now, she said, diagnosis had been
by "exclusion of everything else
which might be causing the
Miss Ichelson's report today
disclosed a definite new step
ta her research. In 1953, she
reported her belief that ana
had saeeeeded ta isolating the
probable caaso of tbe disease.
, la today's announcement she
said aha aot oary had succeed -ed
la isolating the caose ht
had eaitivated the spirochete
that was responsible.
Miss Ichelson made her an announcement
nouncement announcement at a news confer conference.
ence. conference. Her findings were puhlish-
rA in tha Journal. Proceedings
biology and medicin."
Mas lcneuoa was l'"

from the bacteriological lnstitj'te:?ne happened to show vs at a

t tnf-ltaJ

1 s

U.S. Naval Station at Coco
notices by the end of
said yesterday.
the base otter July 1.
May,' 1918. In April of 1920, the
Naval Air Station at Coco Solo
was established- and later, dis disestablished
established disestablished and redesignated as
a Naval Station
During the period from July
1950 until February, 1951, Coca
Solo operated in a partial-maintenance
status also. f
Partial maintenance does not
mean deactivation, the Navy
said today., It is a. condition as
signed; Naval facilities which
dictate reduced operating con-
mumenu -an continuing tha
use of those in&afacilities and
Utilities that 'have been deter
mined' essential, to nermit oc
casional use by operating units
wnen ana 41. required..
Pravda Calls Probe

Of Unus Pauling ; jr

'McCarlhyijm'; ;
MOSCOW, June (UP)Tht
Soviet Communist." party news
paper Pravua wxiay aescnoed
tne, U.fa. senate investigation of
scientist tonus Pauling as an
exampie oi "living McCarthy' -ism"
in tne United States.
"Why have McCarthy 'a heirs
chosen Pauling as the object of
tneir airty, mats wit mX-Z-paper.
asked. -. sww.-.'
rravda said tha Senftr) y"! y"!-commiwee
commiwee y"!-commiwee Investigating! thsi,o
bei prize winning scientist who
collected the names of 2.CPQ
other scientist lor hla nucar
ban resolution, had receivei a
hint from the White House
"fiome kind of organization" waa
behind the group. -'J.rX.
The newspaper' said; every everybody
body everybody ought to know the group,
was' supported not by 'some
subversive organization "but by
2,000 American scientists, t by
simple ; Iowa farmers and by
participants in the Cincinnati
Parent Teachers Congres.". all
of whom favor cessation of nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests. ...
Bakers Union Funds -Paid
For Cadr GIrl B
President James O. Cross .of
the Bakery Workers Union will
get a chanca next week to an answer
swer answer charge that the union
treasury supplied him wi'-a
funds for a Cadillac and a long long-legged
legged long-legged brunette girl frlofid.
Chairman John U McCle'.lan
(D-Ark.) of the Senate Labor
Rackets Committee told report reporters
ers reporters that Cross "will probably
have an opportunity to com comment"
ment" comment" on the charges when t-'-.e
committee resumes public test testings
ings testings next Tuesday.
. The committee hesrd testi testimony
mony testimony this week that Chic so
locals-bought Cross a C-.
dlilac with funds earmarked Izt
The bearing" recessed yester yesterday
day yesterday after Kay Lower, attracUvt
brunette described by witness
as the-Union Present a f'. l
friend, invoked the Jlfth' A A-mendment
mendment A-mendment when asked ii tl (
knew him.
lnlit hn euestioned H Ut.;f
W She raffed sir w.
v.- k-
ptt'.-t Ypt hi'..

S SUNDAY,' JUNE 9, 1951
EDITOR'S NOTE: Percy The Potmarv whoto iofurnn
usually appears in this space, is on-vacation. :


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fill Boyish Mkkey

20e:Of George M.

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Pillage Plunger arid Passion
In "ZARAIC" To Be Released
On Wednesday At The ...

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Scntaoni dellfht and tetuational adventar art braath braath-,lMly
,lMly braath-,lMly combined tn Calombia Pictures' "ZARAK," atarrlng
'VlcUr Matare, Michael Wildlnf and tolnptuoni Anita Ek Ek-erf
erf Ek-erf at the BELLA VISTA Theatre. The new film. : which
lOpent an Wednesday, W aet In India's northwest frontier,
land mt niiiare. nlunder and ii ass I on. The CinemaScoaa

excitement whkh eotttes from a thousand thrills and spec spec-.taclea,
.taclea, spec-.taclea, help ta mike ZARAK just about as bif as any mo motion
tion motion nlctare can feL
I tunninr .spectacle and thunderinf action hl(hllht
ZAKAK" in scene after unforrettaile scene. This new and
mJchtT akture ts crammed with such dattllnr and awe-

Llaome sljhtg as Ekberr's harem

empire Ekrakl ancana army stominr aown irom tne
Ttimalayaa ta rape the fortress-city of Peshawar; a mile mile-ionr
ionr mile-ionr caravan, flinrtnt; off Ita camonflart ta became an army
'of v-enreanee. and a duel to the death fourht by darter"
farmed Victor Matare atainst a scimitarwtelding esccation-
er, for the pleamira af a nttaiiUve coart,
J Dent miss ths epic adTcntare, and romantie speetacM
which opens an Wednesday at the Bella Vista Theatre.

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",Why hoi4 I da re'scarphTf
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alave danca that shook an

Sensational Double. Features!,
Michel Raj in
Alaa; v ..
-ainea -WacArthur ta -THE.TOtNO

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5 ay s

Cohan lAs MyseH

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"NEW YORK (NEAJ JWickey Eooney sat In the baclc of
the' taxi, eagerly, looking around like a wire-nairej fox terrier.
He's never in repose, never seems completely, relaxed, never loses
his boyish enthusiasm for people and places.
The taxi stopped for a light and somebody opened the door.
"Hey, Mickey," a man said, thrusting out an envelope and a
stubby pencil. "Sign this for the kid, wtjl ya?,? ,.

Mickev scribbled -his name hur
riedly, the door siammea, tne csd
stied forward. He turned around
and laughed. .av.
New York'a ne only nowa in
the world where they even open
cab doors to get at you," he said,
Thev'va boon trvina to aet at
MirkfiV Roonev for 35 1-2 of hi! 36
yean. From his baby days In
vaudeville, though .his Jong and
successful career in his movies,
and on to hiS current acclaim on
TV. Mickey -. Rooney has some-
now continued to capture the pub
bc's fancy.
I He went through no "awkward
age" in his profession. Peculiarly,
bis small sue he's five foot
three inches enabled him to step
right from kid parts to adult
parts without ; any time out for
arowint: ud. And. ne never grew
up in stature, he also never really
aged in personality, either. He'
Still a kid. with a kid s temper, a
kidr excitement;" a kid's-90 of
of Mickey Rooney as something
of a joke. He was the UCerace
and Elvis Presley Of the moment,
in the pre war years when any
comic who wanted an easy laugh
just said "Mickey Rooney." In
this atmosphere, the fact that he
was a talented i actor got over
looked. 'V '. I
TV has changed that. Rodney
himself, ever loyal to Hollywood,
says that he's done jusf as much
good work in movies as on TV,
but actually TV in the last year or
30 has given him much meatier
parts everhad, bMpra- His
performance. in ThetCnmedian"
was one of his best. And, coma
May 11, he'll be playing George
M. Cohan in NBC-TVs 80-minute
life story of the great showman,
?Mr. Broadway.', .ffhe n at w 0 r k
plans to star him later in a new
musical version of "Pinocchio."
Rooney carefully point out that
he's played Cohan before in one
of his boy-girl pictures With Judy
Garland, in a dream sequence,
Showing at Your Serr'ce)
' DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:0ft
. Burt Lancaster
Oina Lollobrigida
Mom "Gammtr PtojSte'
MARGARITA t:30, 0:15, 0:18
. Ernest Borgnlne
Mon. "Miami Expose

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PARAISO 0:1J 1:15 LA BOCA 7:00
Alan Ladd Paul Douglas
SANTA CRUZ 0:15 1:25 CAMP B I LSD :15 1:55
William HOlden "Don't Knock Tha Rack".:
TROUP and PROFANE ; Bill Haley


Xa ClnemaScopei

Teaboaae Of The
Aagnat Moon
tht mwtr'akd
. the prize



Hell Play

ha played a series of show busi business
ness business greats,' including Cohan, But
that was just a song and-dance
bit; this' is a full-length story. :
: He's doing no research for it, no
studying. In typical fashion, he
grows almost belligerent as he
tells why. '.''' '' i
; "I'm going to play him a my myself.
self. myself. Most people who say they re
member Cohan only remember
the way :. Jimmy Cagney played
him in 'Yankee Doodle Dandy.'
Caghey played him as Cagney.
I'm going to play hint as Rooney.
Why should I do any research??
'Rooney has been playing Roonf
ey for a lone time. He was born in
Brooklyn, but he was only six
months old When nis vaudeville
parents beean trouping again. H
wat part of the act. ;
"I can't remember a time," he,
says, "when I wasn't working. I've
been in pictures steadily since I
was a. on,, tnere've been soma
slumps but nothing seriow'-'
He claims to remember ffnort-
t 'for- wdrk in ; his first Wcture,
something called "Not To Be
Trusted" -and his second, a col
leen Moore film, called "Orchids
and Ermine."
Boy-: I'm really, dating myself
when I remember workina with
Colleen Moore," he says, with a
sudden mim 01 laugnter.
. Throueh it alL throueh the
Hardy series' nd ;-the epics, the
quickies and the big ones, Roon Rooney
ey Rooney keeps on getting better, Even
the Rooneyphobes and there are
plenty of those -. admit that he
never stops improving. Mickey
himself realises the importance of
growth! WO:.. .v.t-'n., S.
Sea this watch?" -He rippel
off his wrist watch,' turned it ov?
er and showed a quiet mash of an
Inscription on the back. It read
something like thiT;v, '.
."Micks To listen 1 to' learA.
Joey.'v- ;r,. J,-J'
He explained tnat it ws a gift
from voune, comedian Joey For-
man, who appeared ? with him on
his TV series, "ney, uuuigaa."
Center Theatres Today
Tuesday "The Boss"
GATOi 2!30 :H
Tuet. "Star of India
Air-Condlttoned ; V
Jennifer Jones
"Barretts of Wimpole Street"
ClnemaScopa Color 1
Also showing Monday t
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tie. '- ISc
Man's Trail

DMrikuM kr N EA Stnicc. i

DR. FLYNN tinned bis head
back and pressed the tips of his
lingers against nis- eyes, uarae
watched him alertly. His entire
future could swing upon Dr.
Flynn's next words. At his age.
t lynn would soon be seleetine a
younger man to train for hi s
piace in spite of himself and his
premonitory instinct not to 'build
nis hopes too high t h o u t h of
course they couldn't be higher!
urae, noatea oa on, a dream of
wnat would be his career, start
ing as assistant to Dr. F i y n n.
iaiiu8 m 3 uince ana nis jworK,
hll ideas, taking Over- ararfn.llu
for the aging man and finallv.
T mt : .
1 iynn was taucing. And the
uimgs ne was laying.'.;; :
With -a thud: GardA lc him nf
drop o the floor; he sat erect.
then "leaned toward his "ehiof
Say that strain!" .h ifi
hoarsely.--'; 'v ';..-'''.-.s?r-
Dr. Flytttt nodded. "Knew 4 vou
weren't listening." he crunteii.
Well Garde had been but the
suggestion 'Which Flynn had iriade
had hadlhocked him, G a t d e'a
fingertips tingled, ond his bulse
was rapid from shock. ;
Dr: Flynn's blue eves' rernonir.
ed both thi shock and its cause
Ha too must have known Of Dr,
aneuon-s nopes, his ambition
"I asked vou." h m
Cisely, fitting the tins of hi rln.'
yuiK ungers logemer to r form
i.u . t
tent, "U ou would take a job at
omyuru. 1 asxea yOU if Van WAnM
no up mere ana practice as pedla
'"', wi jne smau cunic tney
have there.?; :'rr r; v; -. t
- Yes. That tva 'what r.At iA
heard him. s.ay. Now '- he ground
his teeth together, in f his effort
not to speak, too soon and say the
muiif wing, ur. riynn. was
man 10 xeep a oee of some, sort
buMing' constantly in his bonnet
but eee whirl ThU .nVf t
-wis .uu lull ih r iMrwwimw wvrxrm
.l5r,fIyna w patching
tP6"onnl at Children's
said the chief operated on his
uwn wave length, he could both
ana near wnat went on in
nyone's inner mind.
Garde straishten'it tit
and essayed to put on his mask of
ucruiaouy, ite mdn't Suppose
it hid much from Flynn, but he'd
wj nei iuu' nsa asm nntu ih
1 "You've heard of th
Flynn asked now. '?
'The name's-familiar, yes, sir.'
The name of ; the town. Garde
iwiuwu aooui me cunic.
l "Thev W : Aiini-5 .el.ii:
though about 'averaa-e f or rur.f
Above average in dual
-.w. w u,o -ihii ait'r ousuiied
iffiSSl'M ln was
iriea .oout io years ago and
iinancea maybe it is still
to financed, Ijdan't know. about
tnaU-by Dr. Thomai Lillard."
f. HE shot av bright ved fflanc mi
Garde Good poker face, thought
ut'r Jlr 1 mm ln tn wi wiry,
ry, wiry, and he recovers mt am u-h
a ill t :
,! l"l WJJ,
Pc!list in. p e d t a-
Written a COUnla tit mnnA Kii.
r feeding of infanta,
They re still in use, though Spock
and others ham ltiv iiumm
the tnrlrt (. .. .....
Garde did know the barney A
far back ar the 20's, Dr. Lillard
had advocated; the feeding of or orange
ange orange JuiCe and eereali f& tin v..
w muj was-
bies. : f ; ;
"Thi tltale Dr. Flyhn wa
saymg, 'ii attached to a -smalt
nopuai aoout 20 beds and
each doctor has his own : nrtaat
Office practice. The hospital, and
ui omees, nave tne best in equip
ment. There's mnn.hhiiut
you see. The hospital i equipped
to oo emergency surgery of all
kinds and to give short-term hos-.
puaiizauom '. .' v
"And there are children caes.,,:
Garde'o tone was wooden.
"Lots of children, ft't thoVbusl.
est of their services."
the plaeo. well,
Ye, f do. t tltoar .rH a ..
doctors there-Jind old Dr. Lillard
has been my friend for years. I've
been ud there rreauKntlv.- hnth
cisfly and professionally.".-
-uiven, my own cnoice and If
were 20 years younffer. it vmU
be my. ideal of a place to. -work
atidtobve." in....-
Twenty years Bio. Carda? Khl.
ton iad been H, .trying ta figure
It: tr.l'.e Mire tot! J s -'


Djr CLIZ.ADC I if OtlrtK I

out his best chances for a schol
larship to premedical school. Twen
ty years ago,, there had been a
depression. ';.?". H . : : V; ,-'
"These men they have up at
Bayard,'' -Dr. Flynn1 went on;
"were all .'chaps who recognised,
and deplored the killing pace of
city life and city medical prac practice.
tice. practice. They didn't exactly want to
go rustic either Socially or nro-
fessionally but they were favora favorably
bly favorably attracted to c a :A. semirural
place like this town and its clinic.
It s 40 miles iioriver. vnn know.
in-a district Of ereat natural hpau

ty. There are farms and small es- d interested in the copy of Eu Eu-tates.
tates. Eu-tates. They breed fine horses up I "ene : O'Neill's great play, ','Long
there and raise apples; the life af- Day's Journey into Night' which
fords time for hobbies II was reading. When I. handed it

He leaned forward.- "Would thl
inuuiun De a permanent arrange
"I hope not.""
DR. FLYNN made hi ronlv m,t.
etly; and for a long nvnute Garde
thought he was not cninu a am.
plify it. He sat, courteously wait waiting,
ing, waiting, then stubbornly determined
n would not -speak first.
Dr. Flynn's lips ouirked. 'i ned
you on my service,. Shelton he
said softly, "and want you.'-
Garde should have been "more
pie?i than he was,'more excit excit-ed.
ed. excit-ed. "Theii why send .me into the
StkkS, Sir?'?.. .',:',v '), ,Y
"' not the sUcks,' and I'm
not sending you." ,
"You asked me'tb' tk'fcVZ&
"But of eoiirBA it i.. .1.1 Ti.",.
a uui uuiuf mm nmmn tninff
followed your adviee and vour r.

der too long:;" s -h" ;"!year ago they had little more than

- xnis pleased Dr. Flynn "Yes
yes,", he 'conceded. l 'counted on
that when I "made J' the sueees.
Garde's big mouth tiehtenerl o.
Ver th vanrA Ik. k.d .u..
en'-aut wjiy me,' sir? I mean-
- x' ""i iiiiflu-"
well, I have to ovt im ni

deration to mvsehVAnd T knn,L.lverge-of collapse, the-three 'oro

as you must know that:"-'.'I
wouian t nt into the n etnr
there;?- ; i v v v.
"They need a pediatrician im
mere. A doctor. I considered that
need when thev asked ma tn umi
them a man knA i nioto i,
best doctor I knew."
Garde should have been flatter flatter-ad
ad flatter-ad by this Drain. "Weiua tin
can't see unless you mean to su supervise
pervise supervise my work. ."
Hron,ih0l You'll be on your
own. You're read foe that. shi.
ton." v. 7.
Dr. Flynn nodded, then smiled.
I tOld you that t hhnoH hi nn.
sittion would not be
thlha. For mv k hh nSrh.n.
for yours. But most certainly for
m. bbkb w me man you would
GARDE felt the hair rise upon
-wT-" .t..w. fl,s eck' ?.' tne
bumn. h. 1. farmPnckied m o
"flf th.eni he'd
.cuicmunm, pus oi me sto-

ZZ'$?t Jfff. .dcu!n..,lsd'rthdok choice oi the Wifldy City

:7 5." V ',."?.c ?KD1S
mind, for if h could talk h fm
Self out Of this assignment h.M
need give no mora than raanui
consiaerauon to -His
voice came" In a croak.
Not. .?' :
xes. said at. rivrtfi t..
cisely -that ne. Garde. He
ieanea toward the young doctor.
ns your imaetnat nn a
oweu upon we tamuy -of a ; man
convicted of some crime and com-
miuea to a long term in prison?
nave you ever considered wh.t
oappens tqthat family, and to his
irisndi? Ta tha neofile .with
wnom ne's worked? Have you ev ever
er ever wondered how they manage
to tick up and go on?"
. "Why, no sir, I caa't say- that
I nave. It must mean a .. rrifi
adjustment. Of course
"But I don't suppose many peo people
ple people consider the detail or that ait.
justment,' said Dr.. Flynn aadly.
I myself muht not have eiv.n
the matter much thought, But, as
I told YOU. I've Wn a frl.nil Af
Tom Lfllard's for: years. I'd often
visitea in ineir home; and when
his son Kurt a successful young
doctor, and a boauiar.on h'
just about your age, Garde! was
arrenea ana cnargea with mur-
oeri Tne arrest. Itself was a fear
ful blow to his father and to his
friends. Then along the practical
line, immediately the other doc
tors at the clinic had to fke over
hia work. So soon did it bMnm.
evident to the other three that ma many
ny many details must be considered and
handled. Who would take the call
for little Mary's measles Or
Johnny1! strep throat Well, un-
t on Dr. Fling's next weris

HALF "A ''COLUMN': ''COLUMN':-f.'ora
f.'ora ''COLUMN':-f.'ora Or Less-Now And Then

Riding on a bus. which .1
frequently, my seatmate, an
- .tractive young Panamena. seem
to her she confessed that she did
- 101 reaa ngusn. men i 101a ner
about Jose Quintero.
"I; don't know, him," she said
'I never' heard of him."
Tnat is true of a great majority
of Panamanians, It is not impos
sible that Jose Quintero is better
known in the Canal Zone than in
Panama. Certainly he is better
known in the United .States, even
outside of New York City,, where
he has made a name for himself
is a director and producer of the
plays of Eugene O'Neill. -f
v Note tnat jose cwmero has
had only about 10 year resid residence
ence residence in New York, and that he
went there with little or no know
Itdge of the Inglish- language,
T I 1 t ...uu
n nan ueeii wim iwu
young AmericanSji Theodore Mann
and Leigh Connell. .Their average
t. ago U 32 years Something over a
8 32 years. bomethmg over a
rma critics praise tor ou-aroaa
w"v Productions and were- $10,000
i debt. Then their production of
SO'NeiU'i'l'The Ice Man Cometh,"
saved them and Started then on
ith. w lilt
"Now." writes Artiiur fJ 1 b
r .
Jiust one year after bemz on the
('ucer are maintaining' a dizzying
naianca or artistic ana iinancia
.success both on and off Broadway1
r-Odd are- likely:; to extend their
credits soon to Paris and London.".
A touring company 5 will take
"Long Day's Journey into Night"
to tne principal cities of the Unit
ed States starting next SeDtember.
mere are also negotiations for a
Lonaon production next spring.
' That Isn't all. Thornton Wild
or, famous novelist and drama
tlsf, is r, Writing threo ono-act
piays. specif iealiy for Qyintero's
direction In New York.
More .than that, he will oroduce
aoout next octooer, the dramati dramatization
zation dramatization of Meyer Levin's best-sell
ing novel, 'Compulsion.",.,. G e 1 b
writing in the "Rialto Gossip" col
umn of the New yorK Jimea dra
""Mexsrs.' Omntern. Msnn .mm A
Connell have just .put, in tentative
Ws with the Erlanger and Black.
.tone Theatres in Chicago for the
t uy, trial run there the week of
rift it ni. a
i-twhich hasn't- received a pre-
jjroaaway tryout in years u,-of
course. tha fact that, tha .Leooold
Loeb murder case, upon it h i eh
'Compulsion"- is based, took place
til the trial, his father did the
work that wa necessary. V But
then, as perhaps you recall, there
was tne trial,' and the young doc
tor was convicted of murdering
his sweetheart's would-be lover.
A boy of 22. .The conviction wat
attained largely because it wai
testified that Kurt. had had pre
vious trouble with this boy the
term used thert was 'bad r blood.'
Bad blood had existed between the
two. A silly phrase. No meaning."
ur. lynn was more tense then
Gsrde had ever seen him.
'But on the basis of such testi
mony, the court gave Kurt 70
years! Called hire guilty to that
extent, though town opinion had
acquitted him unconditionally!
The trial was last January.
and the Other doctors have been
carrying on until 1 could send
them a man. So it could be a
lifetime job for you, Garde, or it
could be for a matter 'of months.
Just last week his ease was
granted an appeal hearing. If his
conviction holds, he'll remain la
prison until his aentence expires.
If the townspeople ara correct
and he's cleared you can come
bark to me within the year."
' Garde sat appalled With the
townspeople feeling "That's fluite
a spot you've selected for me."
abd the t '-r r-t t '-'--r


there in the spring of 1924." -Vacationers
om Manama and the Zone, could ;
ir0; worse than writing fbf seat.
(J either one or both of Quintero'!
'"'"f one or both of Qulnten
proaucuont nowron Broadway;5!
anow peoplewho already h a V e

"servep Tne rce Man
Cometh,? is at 'the Orel in the
Square, 7th Avenue and th Street; v
r"d L?n y's Journey i nto
Nl6ht," is at the Helen Hayes Thea"
tre,..on '46th- Street.:-.'" ps?,
t Jot Quintero ma be creditfti
largely with the revival of the V,
plays of Eugene O'Neill by his
oxpert dlraetioM mnA j. jt.

-If you want What i'
pcult Job that" spread let
fan Cometh," or'lgJf ;
feJ? NJght.- iotfr i&&7.

libraries of lKi.V "vica
Air Force" ".

B,2J; wugine Weiii haT&u?;:-
PlSyS Oh BAiHwiv Inrf.., mi. i.


Town,? a musical PnnA i

based o the pl,y "Aona
In Dsnsm Ihna 1
The Daniel 'Ancipt
ed today that Joseph Fuchs, tho
renowned viollniat, will-..- appear
ln a recitn l at. jti.

Theater on Wednesday, June 26. j-
Fuchs, who waj. a. prodigy at
tne age of 0, is considered one
Sr8 m?st accomplished and
girted performers who have ever
been associated with that-most -difficult
of all instrument, tha
VlOlin. Yet it Waa hv .-nai.ouitv.-r

not choice, .that, he. first took?
up music.' at the age of 4 young
Joseph broke his arm in a fall,
damaging the arm muscles.- HH
father, an amateur fiddler, pre pre-scribed
scribed pre-scribed 1 violin exercises to hem
strengthen and heal- the mus muscles.
cles. muscles. Thus it was that he wa
launched on his career. Many
years later, t b p'-' .. .;
never ouite healed, returned io
plague him, ana amiosi Ia-.u
end to hU virtuosity, But after
gambling and winnlnir tn

delicate operation; Fpehs- waj
back In greater form than ever,1
Today he is more than fulfill-

ing ne promises of the earl
Virtuosity OraJaed hv
Stravinsky, and others. ,

r-uens u travelling, with hla
accompanist. Arthur Balsam
under the ausolces of tha Pr...

!2?tA.JEu.nd- ,n conjunction.,
with ANTA. the American Na-,
tional Theater and Academy
Tlcketa will be on sale for ti
each at Morrison's beginning
Jung io.
Today -Encanto JS, .20
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James Darren in -"RUMBLE
Bette Davis in
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Centenaries crop up almost eve-

hr other di in Britain. There is

rarely a. dull moment for lovers of
larnered memories an old bat bat-leperhapg,:
leperhapg,: bat-leperhapg,: or the birth or death
of some bygone nero or pioneer,
or a victory; in sport, or even a
colourful -disaster j. Recent history,
on the other hand; lacks the rom rom-fantic
fantic rom-fantic 'glowwhich Jn the passage of

year is shea on ooa ana evii a a-ilikef
ilikef a-ilikef and this must be why we do
Inot norm all v tosa around the

Icakes end ale for anniversaries of

, less than, nay, 50 years,
I All the mere remarkable, then,
'the Mavfimp festivities over the

tenth--anniversar" of .Harlow New

Tqwbv Only ten years oia u war war-low,'
low,' war-low,' and yet it has made history
of the sort that even the, most ra

bid of antiquaries would not ex exclude
clude exclude from bis album. , j



: Harlow 25 mile ( 40ilometers)

from London, is one of eight New

Towns set tip in the last decade
well t beyond the Capital's -outer
frine Their purpose has-been to

put 'a.- check on the never-enaing

epreaa OI konaon oy laning a quan-

er-of-e-miUHra of tne citizens ana

re-settling them in self .contained
communities well away from the

jumble and congestion at the cen

ire. 1 i H

It has been the essence of this

bold scheme, dating back to the
New Towns Act of 1946, that the
inhabitants should work in ,t h e

town itself, arid not use it as a

'dormitorw?. while earning their

' living in Lundom. They have had

to bring their industries with tnem,
hence the migration of factories
and offices to the New Towns.
Where Harlow -differs from Its
counterparts such as Crawley; Stev

enatfe. and Hatfield.U in being en

tirely newt whereas -tne otners
have been grafted on existing

to wnsnips;.. Hanow n as sprung up
in the midst of, fields and wood woodlands.
lands. woodlands. The old village from which

it takes its name is two. miles (3.2

Todav in Harlow 30.000 of (the

( Ultimate' population of,. 80,000 are

already there dwelling in a pleas

antly desiened Dattern of mainly

two-storey houses,; Garden C i t V
style, splaye! around a communi community
ty community centrt.v Buildings -are grouped
into' broad .zones if or" housing, in industry
dustry industry and business,' There ere 9.-

000 houses rand' flats,. 62 factories

and ISO shops.; up to t, 27,000,000

pounds has already been spent on

Jtianowy out ceieorates its tentn
birthday with a profit of about 50,"

000 pounds en its, revenue account

Traffic there 1 swift. The main

roads run into the landscape, clear

of tne,buiiir3uereasmdtthre
are no rort roade and no traffic

lights. -M 1 3

But Harlow a -most fascinating

icature' we structure otj us po
pulation, Nearly one fifth are un under
der under the age of five. The perambul perambulators,
ators, perambulators, make traffic problems of
their own. Britain is an eld coun coun-"
" coun-" try, but where in the world will you
; find -a town as young in e v e r y
sense as Harlow? Hi'-. vv
i Talking1 of youth, the surprise
this month has been the revelation
in' -i big book census that, boys
prefer reading war stories to 'West
eras,'' and girls choose crime and
; adventure before romance. The
survey, conducted over t" year a-

i- mnn ram vrnAn ni inn tvt li-ntf-.

land and Wales, showed that space
fiction has a very small following.
War stones, it was emphasized,
must be true, or based on fact.
Television,- as might be expect expected,
ed, expected, had less influence on children
at boarding schools than on day
pupils who got home to the silver
screen at nights. There was no

question, however, of television con

tacting with the reading habit; the
indications were the other way,

comirmuig wnat was said the
other day by the Prime Minister.

Mr. Harold Macmillan, at the 400th

anniversary dinner of the Station
ers' Company. ,

The duties and the power of

the printing and oublishine trade.

said the Prime Minister, "conti

nue to grow year by -year in spite
of radio and television. I do not be believe
lieve believe that the new methods of com

munication will ever supersede the

printed word."

The circulation of books and

journals is rising year by year.
Britain. went' on Mr. Macmillan.

took from s nooks alone last year
21,000,000 pounds in foreign cur currency,
rency, currency, y

Liaison between- television- arid

the printed word was never bet better
ter better exemplified than with the Duke

of Edinburgh s recent television

broadcast on his Commonwealth

tour. On the morning after, news

papers, were packed with off-the-

screen pictures of the Duke and

his souvenirs. Long, vivid accounts

were given of his racy talk, which

was intended for children but re

peated by tclerecordmg late at

night s also, had millions of grown

ups engrossed in his t ravels
through New Zealand, Australia,
the south Pacific and the islands of

the south Atlantic-

A winning performance. t a 1 s.

done, informally from notes and

sparkung with, unforced hum our.

Andu at the end., with & smile per

haps the most tellings remark -of

au. "All th.-se people." said the

utuce, v "belong to one Common

wealth, .They stick together not
by force but because they all

like each other J'

Acdustomea bv now to th cam.

eras, the Duke Js to act as linking
narrator in one of the most am ambitious
bitious ambitious programmes yet televised.
Costing around. 20,000, pounds it
will be presented on June 30 by the

Kritisn Broadcasting Corpiration in
association with the Royal Socie

ty on the eve of the start of the
International Geophysical Year. In
his 'CO minute programme the
Duke will describe how the scient scientists
ists scientists of S7 ountne will be unitinr

to. make, special observations of
our -planet, including the interior

or tne Jfcauh, its surface, and the

outer, atmosphere, i ?
He will have at his disposal live

outside, broadcasts from Britain

ana tne Continent, filmed material
from different parts' of the world,
and special exhibits in the i studio.
Already film units are busy col collecting,
lecting, collecting, kern from -places as far
apart as Africa. India and the Far
The programme will, be unre unrecorded
corded unrecorded and copies will be flown tn

other Commonwealth countries as
in the-case of the Duke's talk to
the childreo. i v

r.:.:::clivo Fdlcaf.
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MEXICO CITY,r June, 8 (UPK (UPK-Adm.
Adm. (UPK-Adm. Octacilio Cunha, chairman
of Brazil's Atomic Energy Com Commission,
mission, Commission, said t o d a y radioactive

fallout presents no immediate dan dancer
cer dancer to humanity. He added, how

ever, that continuation of tests at

the present, rate might eventually
create a risk.
' "The responsibility rests with

the countries now conducting the

experiments, he said.
The Brazilian admiral, in Mexi Mexico
co Mexico on a goodwill visit, said news newspaper
paper newspaper reports that radioactive fall fallout
out fallout has invaded several countries
are exaggerated.
At the same time u however,
former Health Minister Jose Siu-

rob said atomic tests in the Unit United
ed United States are spreading radioac

tive particles over northern and

north central Mexico.

The Mexican, ex official said

the "danger, is "grave" because

north to south winds are spread

ine radioactive particles over

northern and north .central Mexi

mong nations' victimized by radjo-

mong nations victimiea oy raio raio-activity,"
activity," raio-activity," he said.
Siurob said he has asked the De

fense Ministry to' Establish obser

vation stations in the north to

measure radioactive fallout and

observe its effects. v

Brazilian Diplomat
Dies In Vashinqlon;
Believed Suicide


Celso B. Cavalcanti, 36 year-old
second secretary of the Brazilian
embassy here, was found dead to

day in hi jDartment. rouce saia

he is believed to have committed


A dozen notes found in the apart

ment, written In Portuguese in
what appeared to be Cavalcanti's
handwriting, indicated that he took

his own life.

Helena DahouL identified by po

lice, a friend of Cavalcanti's,
translated the notes. She said they

revealed, .'thoughts, .of ;despondency

and poor heaun. a

Calvacanti had served at the

embassy since 1953. -A spokesman

for- the embassy said he had not

been hospitalized for any sickness.

The diplomat was horn in uoer-

aba' in Mmas Gerais provinces He

entered the Brazilian foreign serv service
ice service in 1943 after being graduated

from the University of Brazil and
the Academy of International Law

in The Hague.,.
, , ,.i n VUVTl
.His first foreign- service .assign

ment, took ; him to Amsterdam,

where be served from 19a to 1949.
He then returned to Rio de Janei

ro where he spent foyr years in

the foreign office. In 1953 he was
assigned to Washington. ,.k ...

Cavalcanti was not married. He

lived in an apartment house on
Connecticut avenue, one of the

fashionable sections of Washington;

4ih Feast's itey
Prccrdi Pbr:d
By (hb Allsmira
The fourth Father's Day .pro

gram will be sponsored by- Ciub

Altamira at the Paratso Theater
on Sunday, June 16, for the club's
friends and supporters from ( both
Sides of the Isthmus. i v
.The program is- scheduled to

last for one and one half. h e ur s

and will begin at 3 p.m. All par

Ucipating artists and the public in

general are urged to be- seated by
2:45 p.m. v i
Gov. W, E.Potter will head the
club's list of 'distinguished, guests.
Several leading officials of the Re Republic
public Republic of Panamn will also be
honored guests, 4. t
The Rev, Allan R. Wentt of St.
Alban's Episcopal Church will

deliver the Invocation and t h e

Benediction will be deuvered by the
Rev John Vv Kennedy. iC.M.. of St.

Joseph's Church.
Horace V, Parker, instructor at

the Rainbow City High School, and
a well-known public speaker, will
deliver the principal address.
The "complete list of artists slat-;
ed to- participate are: Ray. Cox,
George Raveneau, Claudine Macha-

qo, Mary George dec a llender, Eu Eustace
stace Eustace iBroww, -Olivia Thousand, Ar Ar-turo
turo Ar-turo Lambert,; the Fine Arts Chor Choral
al Choral Group. and. the ;Gay Crooners
Qhintet. 1 ,
There will be tio a d m i s s 1 o n

charge jtoc this evening of enter



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I RClLE? LEVER$ED-WitS the warm weathef moving In all'

RAF's Crack Jet
Acrobat Crashes;

Deicilinq Train

ISandbur Denounces TV
From WiMedXMi NBC Star

Aanr vauj-.jl. c June,

fTlt A r.l P:.JL..M

tiniea a gatMnaf of 3,000 worn

a from tcrosi th nation last

rigin dj aenouncuif television lor
'infiiHf tivininitv ill enJ

cheap trickery." -i,
. Sitting beside nlm on the state

at the convention of the- general
Federation of Women's, Clubs was
television star Aiiene V Francis,
who had preceded him on the
; frogram. -' -: ..- --

Sandburg .watched-. Miss

dress, receive Federation cita citation
tion citation for her.-,. TV show "Heme
' (NBC). Then, after being intro introduced
duced introduced himself, remarked:
"When we reach the stage
where all of the people are en

tertained all of the time, we Willi

be very close to having the opiate
the people.""- :
''. Sandburg then launched late Us
- eritieissj of television, movies,
radio end even contemporary
witti iMit AiroetmA : tnAct tit his

barbs at, TV commercials.
"More than half the commer commercials
cials commercials are so filled with inanity,
" osininity, silliness and cheap
trickery that to every man and
woman who loves. children it's a

question, of what's it doing to
has a u B m Bank h M I

And you've got to sit tbere aad
take It." 'J
Sandburg awldad, '1nr" --mOder
iein. that television is a "young,
medium and we will pray ror iL"i

His audience burst, into laughter
and applauded. '..,
Later. Sandburg mentioned that
he had cut -bis biography of Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln from six volumes to one vol volume,
ume, volume, reducing the price. He
turned to Miss Francis, and said,
"and that's the only commercial
you'll get out of me tonight"

Fallen tSank Causes

Damage In Sweden


mile-long section of bank plunged
into the Goeta Canal today.. The
giant landslide killed three per

sons and threatened to flood sever several
al several communities. i ' "'
" The canal Is one of Sweden's

vital waterways linking the North
Sea with -the big inland Vanern

Lake. '

' Masses of mud and clay choked
the flow 'of water -and the level
started rising at a rate of seven
feet an hour. '" '' 1
Police evacuated the village of

Gosta and prepared to evacuate

the nearby- town of Ula,

'LONDON: June 8 (UPi'-A mem-

ber of the Royal Air Forces crack
supersonic acrobatic, team plunged
to his death "yesterday in a jet
crash that detrailed a 'train 400

lyards awav. i ; :

went down in his black Hawker

hunter fighter after colliding with
fellow, acrobat while No. Ill squad squadron's
ron's squadron's .famed five-man team -was
rehearsing for Farns worth A i r
show, -The other jet landed safely.

Garratt s jet 'crashed on a rail

road track 'near North Weald. ex

ploding ann twisting the tracks

wee spagneuu -i

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Farewell; post commander's wife ? ;f
3 MM. FMfiIw.'Wlr w of the 80th .I""1 ;
rtsttfcmmander Col. prank D. Miller, W
fire Well tea to be given June 0 between :3Q P
JJImVJuneVby the Ft. Kobbe Officers' Wives t the Kobbe
SE'te2Ktoet; her duties wife d mother
rof teren children with those of First Ldy on th. Post with-
PP,t ease, and still finds time to pursue hr career as
5 aJwofessional writer. Soma of the extra currieutor respon.
sibilitiea she has undertaken during her tour on the Isth Isth-??itt!re
??itt!re Isth-??itt!re those of being an active member and flee presl
dent of the Canal Zone Branch of the NatlonarOeag ue of ,.
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W-V: .iwi Mrs. Lionel Vasse
. reotion at. the Embassy
residence list night. The occasion
l the evening was the presenter
ion of the Legion of Honor of Vies
ifir c. urruua.
r. Dorothy Moody
-&aves For Trip
5DTfiJS5toody head of the
Ingush Department at-the Junior
liege left by plane for New
Vo en roue to jburoope. .
With" woman "friends from Mla--i
.b. nnri : the summer
Speiftefore Dr. Moody returns to
thf pollen to the FaU.
:inbs PlUyJIatau
LvOn Vacation
it Miss Tlatau of Panama left by
bla: a yesterday to spena
:J,ertli her sisterand brother-in
'uw Mf: and Mrs. Carrol L. Tay
lor of Lafayette," La.
iolCno Mr.' feca
, n,y Stylo snow
:?ht-. Clayton Officers' Club
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JlothsTiea shells and oeacl, scenes
L, w4idav evening as M r s.
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iMMai- -itfhtv members, their
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vLtv m. Wells, and Mrs.
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Ai Bead, Jr. at the piano and Mrs.
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r-r fV?srr InfprTrtstioB rtn CT". fj'vt lTSL.

2-0140 2-Q74I
corts were Lt. Col. David Ram'
sey, Capt. Bob Reinke, Lt. Grav
en Winslow, and 2nd Lt. Don Minl-
A slate of proposed new officers,
to be voted upon at oh guiy i
onff was announced: for presi
dent, Mrs. Calude W. Cooper and
Mrs. Roy M. Strom: for vlce-
nresldent. MrS. Theodore J.. :W.
Tiedeken and Mrs. Spurgeon A
MRsnpr: for secretary. Mrs. A. P.
Weir, Jr. and Mrs. George fc-uva:
for Treasurer. Mrs. V Welter Moel Moel-ler
ler Moel-ler and Mrs. Ned R. Ash.
Soroptlmist Club
Klaefa Ofleor 'X
At a Soroptimist luncheon held
st La Hacienda near is uura-
hr. th officers for the coming
vonr wpre Installed. Carther Pres

ident Rosit Palacio pinned v tneife caned-todav for "conscious

hariffa of office on new
Mrs. yeiue urn and me.ptnt r
newlvelected officers Were.; also
installed. i i
Vice President i ftbV "Mrfc Oti-
Ka Tefoira. corresDondine secreta
ry Mrs. Emily .Price, recording
secretary Mrs. Lynn wheeler,
tnRurer Mrs. Mary Coleman, Di-
Mnr- Mrs. Clarita WriehtJ Mrs
Shiley Smith and Mrs. Audrey. B.
Kline.;; :- .f
Csnstta teV-rrr-v::v.rt:'
Will' Benefit J v km-j :(
Rod- Cross-":"-''!".
A. canasta-tea narty for the bene
fit of the Red Cross will be held
on June 25 at the Union Club by
members of the Women's. Inter International
national International Zionist Organisation (WI (WI-ZO)
ZO) (WI-ZO) ..
. Reservations for the affair map
be made by calling vsTUrs. Lilly
Blumberg at Curundu K3 or Mrs.
Dorita Kardonskt at Panama I-
Max Factor r$'
At Motel II Panama
'Mr. Michael BroDhy. Max Fac
tor's representative in Central A A-morlra
morlra A-morlra and the Caribbean, arriv
ed last night to Panama City in
a business trip concerning his
company's business. Mr. Brophy
is staying at El Panama Hotel.
Retirement Party
For Mr, Bock
At rib. rink
A retirement party will be. held
for Mr." A. E.. Beck, Superintend
ent of Terminals Division of tne
Elks' Club at 6:30 p.m. on Tues-
dav. June 25. ":
Those interested in attenomg are
asked to caU Cristobal 1829 for
reservations oh or before June 18.
Cristobal Emblem
Club Holds Mootlna V
Th rrUtobal Emblem Club No.
32 held their regular monthly bust-
Chris de Jfeergaard, Jr. x
Cross Island Oldsmoblle.
Queens Tillage, New Tetk
Rhythm -1 Taesaay and

' Box 134,
: Manama

9:00 -J JO mm. mtf ."';
Tuesday evening, with President
Virginia Russon presiding.'. T h e
following members were present:
ueraidine ceuuect. uertruae ai-
eier. Betty Merry, Fanny' Kaplan,
Dorothv LaCroix. Evelvn Knerski.
Virginia Russon, Gwen DeT o r e,
Jeanne Bensen, .Mary JN. oanoers,
and Dotha Cougher. -The
White Elephant was, won by
Evelyn Koperskl. il 1 1 d r e ta Tur
ner's name was drawn for the
come-and-get-it prize.
(, ?-t oaapaaBaMai i j"-'''.,' '.'v
Memorial Day Bivouac
On Banana isle 1 "-
The Theodore Roosevelt Camp
of Heroes of 76 held a Memorial
Day Bivouac on Banana Islands
There were 32 members present
and four new Recruits were initiat
ed after rowing across the "Dela
ware witnout paddies. A n n e
lime and barbecued steak dinner
were enjoyed by alL Recruits ini
tiatedV were: J.. P Hulka, O. R.
GrogaNi J. W. Christensen and A.
0. Crawley. .
Sen. Case Cells For
'Conscious Conlrol'
Of lluclear Arsenal
(UP) Sen. Clifford P Case
control" by the United States of
its vast and growing nuclear
arsenaL" '. 7,
fie told the Rollins College
graduating class that this country
has created forces capable of
destroying all living things and
cannot aflow a -situation to-arise
or circumstances to develop in
which "we are at! the mercy of
such forces instead of in com
mand ot tnem. j ;
"We can. and we must, keep
them under conscious control,"
said the New Jersey senators, who
waa awarded an honorary degree
01 doctor 01 iaws
But he said the United SUtes
must also keep prepared in order
to avoid an; all-out nuclear war.
Either we keep ourselves pre-
Sared to; fight littlfe as well as
ig wars, and- in- vartotta. parts
of the world, or we ;may 'face a
choice between slow strangulation
(by gradual fcommunUt encroach
ment ana unieaamng. aa au ow
thermo-nuclear -catastrophe, he
said,'; .J --ft.
Philadelphia Oil Co.
Subsidiary Signs
Deal Willi Pakislsn
KARACHI. June I (UP) The
Pakistan Bun Oil Company, a
wholly-owned subsidiary of the
uh Oil Company of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, today signed an agreement
with the Pakistan Government
for oil exploration lights over, a
10.000 sauare mile area.
' Under the contract the. Pa
Ustan Government and the
company will share the Initial
35 percent of exploration and
development expenses,' ana tne
remainder will be paid by the
company.. K
''.PakUtanUl be entitled to 35
per' cent of any oil found. -The
agreement, which prov
ides for a 50-58 distribution of
profits derived by Sun Oil from
ill MAiliiMHnn'' jfivt-ilioeif mm rinl
aimed bv the Pakistan Govern
ment and Btandard Vacuum Oil
Com Dan v.
It waa announced that the a a-rreement'
rreement' a-rreement' provides for training
Pakistani nationals by Sun OU
in all nhases of work associated
with the search for oil GeODhv-
sical surveys of tne area wiui
start soon.
The 10,000 square miles, maxi
mum available under1 raostan
law. is divided Into five conces concessions,
sions, concessions, all ; in Southern and
Southwestern Pakistan.
The atreement waa signed by
M. Khurshid. Secretary of the
Pakistan Ministry of Industries,
on behalf of the Pakistan Gov
ernment, and Ted C stauiieror
Philadelphia. Director of Por Por-etgn
etgn Por-etgn Production 'for the Sun Oil
Company. John D. Latouche of
Beaumont, Texas, vice president
of Pakistan Sun, will be in
charge, of Pakistan operations..
Peps Urges CeuIIoh
In Uss Of Science
Vatican crry; June t cp-
Podc .Plus Xu cauUOMd today
against pushirr automation faster
than tne wona os preparea w
accept er cope with it. ...
He told an .Julian Cathohe stnfly
cf-irress wi "sTrtorflstioa and the
Ubr- world, that science, atone
eeoid not solve aQ man's prob problems.:
lems.: problems.:
Ousted Chancellor
Returns To Austrlo
- 'l
SnUTHAXrrCN. Tergal. Jane
t LP Dr. Kurt Schaitinirr

otd te Cf-tn. of Aostni
during the ArsifH ist. st foot
ta Europe. tocSiy fvir the f.rrt time
ia 1 jf r.
Hre en-Tw e fpm h h"m
5t. Lr Vn ta Arstrla ta
t ,',.-t It.

Army Gives Up h
Alfcmpf To Cross-

food Picket Li
JERSKV 5lTy.''N.J..',JuneU
(UP)J-The Army gave up attempts
sst night to cross a picket line of
nming Teamsters ana remove
lerishable food supplies; from" a
warehouse here. ? '-
Twenty three soldiers withdrew
after Local 617, International
Brotherhood of Teamsters, refused
to pass their picket line for food-
laden military vehicles.
Servicemen were to return to
day to unload the trucks and re
turn foodstuffs to refrigeration u u-nits.
nits. u-nits. The food is stored In the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Terminal and Transportation
Co. here. '-'(
Army Maj. J e h n Mitterholzer
ssid his men "chose not to ; use
nor assume the role of "strike
breaker." '
Nicholas : Amatrudi. business a-
gent of Local 16. said the union 'is
not at odds with the Army" and
promised military vehicles ; could
cross tne picket line.
But after several trucks -had
been loaded, striking Teamsters
refused to budge and servicemen
made no further attempts to re
move any of the 888.000 pounds of
fresh fruits and vegetables stored
in the warehouse.
The food is destlnated for U. S
military bases' in this country and
aDoara. w-.V'hr; -'t -,v :.
The strikers, who. left their jobs
week' ago demanding a 17 1-2
cent hourly wage increase,-defied
their own local president by refus
ing 10 stand aside wlule military
venicies passed.
Teamsters Local Head Cornelius
Ronan had Promised safe nassaee
for the food laden trucks during
teiepnone conversation with Lt.
Gen. Carlton B. Magruder, depu
ty, 01 logistics w Washington.
15 German Recruils
Drowned Crossing
Flooded River
BONN. Germany. June 8 (UP)
A West German parliamentary
committee was told last nieht that
the 1$ Bundeswehr recruits wnoj
were drowned trying to cross
flooded Bavarian river did so a-
gainst standing orders.
DrV. Richard Jaeger.,- Chairman
of the Bundestag (Lower House )
Defense Committee, said testimony
given the committee showed there
were clear orders against trying
to cross the liter River. He said
the -committee alsav waa informed
that the river- crossing" war not in
tne-program tor tne day's exer
cises and that the platoon opm-
manaers nau oeen oroerea not to
do anything beyond the official
The committee interrupted car-
fiament's Whitsun vacation to hold
two and-a -half hour session on
the disaster in which 15 out of 30
recruits from an airborne division
were drowned Monday attempting
to wade across the swollen mount
ain torrent.
The committee heard testimony
from Lt Gen. Hans Roettieer. In
spector of the Army, Dr. Josef
Rust State Secretary in the De Defense
fense Defense Ministry, and members of
a defense ministry, investigating
dole Asks Russia
To Return Germans
BONN, West Germany, June ft
(UP Wert Germany wiU hand
Russia a new note calling for re
patriation of German civilians still
held in the Soviet Union, it was
announced today,


Safin a...
h BIG Ironing
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ptays t!;e piano
11 pja. X a m. tonlte
la the E:boa Tar

ygfc -.-. masterpiece! ; IV3 1
pleasing, palate tempting menus, -r fVv 1
choice f complimentary cocktail 1 1 JJ J 1
i3P 4 mnsie by H jA
from the eemfortable hoars of
yl z U:M aan. :3I pjn. .' W-VV
SJ In the cool, comfortable n
sJTt '. ahceadJtioned Balboa Eoom J'Xy
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i viuaiiun luvubLa muucis Wiiu bUUK puts in U1C n.
shown here: From left to right Mrs1.' George Sllva, Mrsi J.-R.
Strom, Mrs Jon Porter, Mrs. R.-W. Hechinger and Mrs. E. W.


- Eacb notice for inclution In this
column should b ubmitttd jh
typa-wrirtsn lorm and mailad
. tn box numboiv listed daily in 'Sb-
cial 'and Otharwiia," er delivartd :
ay Kind to tha oitica. Noticaa ot
1 meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone. j
Numismatic Society
Meets tomorrow
' The regular meeting oft he Isth
mian in uinismauc aocieiy wiU ue
held tomorrow ac 7:3U ai Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Cluoiiouse. Au memuers or any
person mterested an coins, are in
vited to attena. : :
Atlantic' Side
Fourth Of July
Committee ..
There will be a meeting of thel
Atlantic siae x-ourUi ot juiy com
mittee at the Margarita Service
center, in Marganu. canal Zone,
on Tuesday evening, at ?:3U p.m
All civic and rraiernai orgaiui!-
tions are invited and urged to oe
represented as tinai plans-will be
made for the gala celebration. Ev
eryone's help is solicited to make
Ute grand ana gionoas-; ; x ourm
success, p .. 43 1
Trip Nearly Oyer
For Mayflower II i
HOSTbN. June 8 (UP The
Mayflower II", replica of the ves ves-sel
sel ves-sel that carried the Pilgrims to A A-m
m A-m erica in 1620,, will arrive off Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket lightship Sunday night af after
ter after a sail from England, according
to a wireless message from the
ship today.' ... v
Ronald Forth, general chairman
of the official reception commit
tee, said this message, was receiv
ed at 8:45 a.m. from tne vessel's
skipper, Capt. Alan vuuers:
''Looks very promising now for
arrival Nantucket lightship Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Going well with good south southwest
west southwest winds.' Less than 400 miles
south of Nantucket lightship."'.
, The coast guard aaid a tug
would .rendezvous with the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower II Sunday sight.
: If prevailing winds remsin good
the tug will escort th Mayflower
to Provincetown Harbor, Mass.,
some 22 hours sailing time away.
If winds are unfavorable, t h e
tug will tow the vessel to Province-
town. ' T.." --.

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STUDl" JROUR" AT BELLA VISTA HOME ,W. "Reading, ritln. and rlthmetlc" study fu&r. at
tUe '114 Vlsta' Children's Home in Panama, jfummage ,aal jill J) given ;fiaturday jfine"
'ljtn; In'Anconto raise funds needed for the, care ;& these children.... .... 7-'.,

BetL Viila
jr.., i.1 ( 'it.-, 1
Fortv- ene 'homeless little irl
re erA format the-Bella Vista
Children's Home in Panama City
and many uppliey-and matenais
are needed to keep these little. girls
healthy, happy- and buy at,, the
work' of getting 'an education, so
that thep msv become useful ci
tizens when they sre grown ana
an out tntd the. world, t ... .. ,: ;
; In iU thirty seven years of
existence, the Home has establish established
ed established a heart warminir record tin
the task of taking-in the homeless
and turning out young-people who
are self supporting and useful in
jobs, such- as, nurses, beauty oper
ators,v office workers" and the
one that-is, of course, the most
) I important of aU, good !wives and
Thanks M iHk som!omll -now
)o!reloo9 wo croo o color
Kmior yvl If twH your cw
etify. For wo htn "mtoka k
10 rovt areV wbh mw v t
irt outs
. KW TO rot tuut
' ". ASK TCR 17 AT
Dtstrilmtors la Fauna-
jina ves, s. a.
Jt.-(-r- r'srn"'l
C'!4 "A" !;tf(ll t'

rf. l I..l,t.M-:VUj. Mlhklr

Wlaviiun vsiuceis hiym r asiiiun oiiuw yyuuucouuy. jiibu
Walton, Mrs.! Charles : Clover; Mrs; J, :(H.. jaggers,-Mrs Ri
onibbs - .--v.wy

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Orplidhs l
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X .-1,
,;To raise money to help in the
ever present need of buying sup
plies for the Home. the oard-f
Administrators will-, hold a- Bum
mage Sale, on Saturday, June 15,
at Bishop Morris Hall in the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon. The
sale will be open' a day from
eight in the morning to five in the
afternoon. Mrs. Charles P: Mor Morgan
gan Morgan is General Chairman of the
Committee in charge of. arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, and she will b aasisted by
Mrs. Elmer U. Abbott, Mrs.-Jti 1
Greene. Mrs. R. M. Lovelace, Mrs.
Frtnl D.' Mlllef Miss Claire EJ.
Oeden, Miss Plorence- Peterson,
Hoy. Reece, Mrs.'. Virginia' K.- Rob
erts, Mrs. wunsm 1:. Koomsop,
Mrs. Rslph Shuey.'Mts. W. N. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Mrs. Jamel G.' Townsend.
A special attraction -ef the- sale
will be a "White Elephant? .table,
where practicaDy everything" will
be available from hind made pin
cushions to, presumably, white
elephants. Persons- who wish to
contribute, used articles for t h e
Rummage Sale or items lor the
"White Elepaht" Ubler-are asked
to deliver their contributions to
Bishop Morris Hall any week day
through June 14th: to -Morgan's
uaroeos on uaiuara Highway; or
to any committee member. Collec Collection
tion Collection may be arranged by telephon telephoning
ing telephoning Mrs. Morgan at Balboa 2390.
The' sale will be ,opea Jto the
general public.. . v ti, i
Hedlly; Untolhifcd
By Cc!d 7c::h:rf
Olficids Report ; '.
' LAKED ALFKED, rial. June 8
(VP) Cold weather doesnt
necessarily stamp out Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean fruit flies, officials re-,
ported Thursday. - i
O. Q. Rohwer. area supervisor
for the HA Pfpwtmfnt of Aerl Aerl-eu!ture.
eu!ture. Aerl-eu!ture. said it is tr ::ovft.thy
may ern bccrre arrUinated to
the extent thrv tn r :rnv win-i
tTS -la -Oeorr s, 'hich'has. a
temptlEf peah re?.-
Pohvr s:i trvtVil weaLV
er In riCTlda .lrt winter d:d
not even cone c;e. t erafiicat erafiicat-ln
ln erafiicat-ln the fly.' wr-ieh was vror
by the Tecer.t .esry outbreak
In Polk County. j
I!e said the cool wt'..erma-It:
eradication tr.rt ;frtcu:t be-
cBse It "grrit.r lrnE'.hns t'
i..'e cycle" s- 1 r--5 sv.-st'. r
to ixi c ''.', r a r;
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Princess; M2r02f cff
Old Friend Spirk
Rumor Of Roniice
LONDON, June (UP) Prln
cess Margaret attended the thea theater
ter theater last night with a friend of long
standing who was not recocnlzed
by playgoers er by some news
papermen. .:,,' ,'
Rumors of a new romtnee arose
Immediately. They were shattered
with the revelation, today that the
tall,; dark-haired escort of the
princess was Cant. Tom Eeerton.
37, who has-been a friend of MaN
garefs- for yearsw- r.v jr.
k Eyebrows went lap., last aiight
when she hurried out of the thea
ter and to a dinner, date wtth Ee-
ciuiu. ill. .1111111 n ii.ii 1 1 1 1 i.. m
the papers 1 recently, and some
newspapers mentioned a ,J,my
tery man" escorw iv -h'
Butvcheckiiig 'dftclosed h'ii WeM.
tity. He is a former officer in the
elite Coldstream Guards' 'and a
wealthy bachelor farmer, v ;
During the "performance' of the
comedy ("Dear ; DeUnotient't at
Westminster "Theater; last -night,
Egerton frequently leaned over te
whisper 'in the princess' ear. They
laughed and r. joked during inter
mission. (-.J k .'t-.J.- ,: ..(''
inciuoas oany ..v, 1

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eiJKUAT, JUNE ; 195T

Gov. ? PottGr.-
Editor's ,Note:, In a series of by
lined articles appearing in the
Christian Science Monitor1 of Boa Boa-ton,
ton, Boa-ton, Gov.: w. K.. Potter, Governor
of J the Canal Zone, and president
or tue Panama Canal Company,
is iftvintf hi 'views On the Canal
- and.- Its relationships. This it
aeeond Monitor article:
Bf W. E. Potter
Recently national magazine re-
, ported that some members of coo-
replacing, bowling alleys
in the
Cant ZoneK than for the annua! ex
penses of the Joint committee on
of :Gobs ; In
What happens when inspection
time, rolls arouna an Ani
unit to which sailors are attach attached
ed attached for duty?
- That question recently be-,
came the topic of spirited dls dls-euesion
euesion dls-euesion when members of the
Caribbean Forces r Radio-TV
Network, in Panama, began
brushing np lot a Saturday in
. spectioo. Some members of the
networkare from the United
, -6 tstes Navy. ttnblushingry. they,
admitted to never hating read
, iisL Tha Soldier's Guide.
(Clearly; aomething had to be
J one Tot ; instance,- the Htf
oe not the Army type of
loot-locker; it uses a sort of
aebinet oulte unlike tha, ioot-
Jocker. A conference was arrang
ed py trie sailors wiui uku
Jjeadquarter,: guidance was re received,
ceived, received, aad a-foot-locker display.!
the lines of which a soldier ; haa
never seen, was copceiveUv"2 'P:A
? JA th Army display Owo"
f neata arrana-las the toilet
rut-let aii the left, side of the
joot-lcekeip, tray tor instant, use
, irt paekl'K for field maneuTers,
H4 'oi appeal to' the aUors in
usually cramped quarters aboard
ahlp; toilet artlclea are stored in
.kit Thi CFN sailors saw no
reason why they should discoin!
tinue thu practice, s uiey
o intentions of taking to the
ft.t.4 in winnmivera. On the oth
er hand, the sailor werr adept
tX marking black, socks ana m
,0 rmnrt. offered some timely
dYtce to ihf .soldiers new ,.at
foot-loeker shbe tack for Jxwta.
oik mnu howeref..- combat
boot ar syhonymoua iUi .the
tfffl ft" Wft-i f?
f this and the fact thai the Ma
f o ao locally issue boots
ibf n-wa Jmow they maynot
Unit them aaywhere) thia J
r f v 't ejuifW)iit. was, Jjromptly

Grchara Tells 18;000 Listeners

st Was



?i ,'':'"- -,
' NEW iT&aC-J it' -ttUa-ious
art that portrays Jesus
Christ as "delicate and effeml effeml-iaU
iaU effeml-iaU misses h true nature of
th man. who wM the llvlnt so
Of God, evangelist Billy Graham
said Thursday night. ; 1
Bo told 1,000 persons In Mad Mad-ifo
ifo Mad-ifo Squarf Garden that "this is
- mv own 'opinion you wont find
any fpecif to backing for it to the
Hlble.' '"v v -.- 1
J Graiaw eald that tB-year
aindyed tba Blblo convinced
'him. that -Jetna was perfect
; iJrallT and anentany and
, tbefo-rv reawa to belaero Ha
v J oi also physically er-
' gjet.' '-- '''.T-y'
r believe Jesus was" stronger
fehysicalry than amson. ora-
Jn alii Nobody really toovs
bat Jesus looaea
ecary arways o p"-
$4 a long-iaeea, suow,
wta not a robust, healthy.
.i MTftet me n ow
11 w7hivif dldnt degenerate.

think Ee was tvery Inch -a
; .aa.-,.,-'-.
The H-year-old revivalist said
t did not think religious plc plc-rw
rw plc-rw should portray Jena "c-
sarily as black or whit, but
mtwhere ta-betwwn; He was
a an area between East
SrThanV "sod -the- story of
4son to Illustrate Ws srmon
I whatsoever a man soweth so
iall he reap- GalaUana :7.
- Be said that tamaoot was
Of Stalin's Death'
t 1T1EIS. Jone t ltT ia ia-;
; ia-; Ih yteaii't T"iU t Ve Ve-ptmblmr
ptmblmr Ve-ptmblmr Wirvrtrv ewd the
4U f Jf f Pr
klag'-tbe i:rtst
. Sato s varr tbat reult4 in a
ratal seUvre, a Part aevrsp
- per rep T-
Tie mass elrnsUtfon (LJ53,'
el) rraace-Smr s!;i Hs irf
v Vawd t-' t
, Tvua n t r --
1 i-"" are
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In Running

Reduction of Non-Essential Fed
era I Expenditures. 1
.The story illustrates a wide
spread misunderstanding of -i the
varied functions of the Panama
Canal organisation;
However, when we ", place the
eomDlexitiei of operating tne can
aL and the Canal, and the Canal
zone government, againsi ine dbc&
ground of our treaty obligations
with Panama, i believe tne -pic
ture clears. '.-
On his last visit to the : canal,
a, -Hener; form m.,-
sachusetta Governor and Congress
man and now Undersecretary of
State, declared, "With the excep
' '. i 11 :
Army V Unit ...
"Extra toilet articles are stored
in the Navy chest. As the Army
foot-locker loosely corresponds
to this chest, the CFN i sailors.
beached though they may be at
the moment, arranged an ample
supply of soap, tooth paste,, etc,
on the right side of the v foot foot-locker
locker foot-locker tray, thus reversing the
Army tjolicy in some parts, com
plying -with 'same in other parts,
and just opposite from, the dis display
play display offered by their khaki-clad
Making of the biiak present-,
ed another compromise be-;
tween the Army and the Nan
Aboard ship, tho sailor is (ta-i
Issued a .mattress, mattress
eover, blanket (perhaps two lav
some Instances), pillow and
pillow' case. ; The' old Army
practice of folding down the
top sheet fno blankets neces necessary
sary necessary In the tropics) for inspec inspection
tion inspection seemed a trifle odd to
tha sailors, wh, thought i the
sheets should .be folded : and
placed neatly at the foot of the
bed. This suggestion brought
j pained expressions to the sol soldiers'
diers' soldiers' faces, who could imagine
What the inspecting officer's
actions might be. ; ; ;f: ;v.
.Th Navy, in this instance,
went .down in defeat.. The bunks
were all made Army style not,
however, without some lively
conecturf from the white clad
CFN members, t -,
When the tmit was-' aearly
readv f of insttectloo. It was found
the sailors1 had no jrtth helmets
(standard 'issue to the tropics),
nor did. they nave steei neimets
or helmet liners. They explained
the Naw seldom. If ever. Issues
these two, items to a rounded tail
on. so the tons of then' wall'
lookers wera consplolouaiy bare,
whereas the soldiers haa pout
items well marked and in the re
quired positions'; : :
7 I V.Vti
"God-annolnied' but as he
grew -older he became prldeful
ana lustful."' . '
' "Samaoav begaa to yield to
hit temptations," G r a ham
said. He Ued, he lusted in bin
heart, he thought on sin. And
once you start Imagining fin It
leads to the act of sin itself.
"But God was a long-suffering
Ood, just as He U now. He was
patient a holy and a Just God.
Samson committed adultery and
Ood blessed him. He committed
sin afte; sin and Ood blessed
him. It went on for 2a years, and
God kept hoping Samson would
come to Rlnv - '
. "Then amsoa fell tot Delilah
It wasn't love, but lust. Hla en enemies
emies enemies went to Delilah and each
offered her 1,100 pieces of silver
to find out the secret of bis
great strength.-'
"She told themr That's a deal,
boys, just leave it to me. She in insinuated
sinuated insinuated Samson's secret out of
him and he faced his enemies
helpless. He didn't even -know
that God had left him.
'Some of you here in the Gar
den are the same. Ton seem fine,!
prosperous and feel in the best
of health. Everything is fine on
the outside, but God Is outside
your heart."
'Graham's call to his listeners
to "turn around and go God's
way" drew a response of M9 "De "Decisions
cisions "Decisions for Christ," bringing his
New TOrk crusade total to 11

Treaty Puts


tion of Russia, I did not know such
j paternalistic form of government
- Paternalistic, it island I, and
I'm sure most tone employ,
wish It were otherwise, r '
But as 1 pointed out in a previ
ous article, our treaty, obligations
wun Manama place sharp limita
tions not only on the right to own
private property, in the sone, out
also on tne right to engage in Busi
ness. 'A''', j'.fii v"iJ i
It is because of these limitations
on private property and free en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, priceless as these tradi
tions are to the stateside citizen,
that Mr. Herter is correct and the
workings of the zone are so widely
It is because of 'these limita
tions that the .United States tiov-
ernment today provides all hous
ing,' educational, medical, -ana .re
creational activities t in the lone,
it operates, at .no loss, stores in
which can Is found most of the es
sentials for existence- in v the tro-
- -.V if t.. .-r.' V -'-'
It operates the theaterst bowline
alleys, baseball-diamonds and just
about anything else you can name
considered a must ion a respect respect-able
able respect-able standard of living by the state state-aider.
aider. state-aider. i e- ;
But above all this, and I wish to
emphasize it as strongly as pos possible,
sible, possible, the operation ot the canal
does not cost the American 1 tax
nov,r An twnnvl . v f-
' Every cent appropriated by Con
gress to pay tor the Canal Zone
government expenses ; is' reimburs reimbursed
ed reimbursed in full by the Panama Canal
Company, the operating agency in
VIIV Wile ... ' r-
In actual practice, Congress ap appropriates
propriates appropriates money for operating the
zone government but gets it back,
with interest, in the form of oper
ating receipts paid intothe United
Mates Treasury by the Panama
Canal Company. '-" 1
The Panama Canal Company is
a corporation created by Congress
in 1951.. Its president and board of
directors have: the task of operat operating
ing operating the canal and subsidiary acti activities
vities activities and repaying the cost of the
zona government, all- out of re receipts;
ceipts; receipts; ii'A 'j.V'.::,
-? purtharmere,; from fhose ? re receipts,
ceipts, receipts, tha company pays all of
lt own aperatinj axpansas m ad addition
dition addition te tha nat costs ef civil
(ovarnment in tha zona, 9
The canal organization's nrime
mission is, to 'assure the safe and
expeditious transitina of ahma be.
tween the Atlantic and Picifir. All
01 ill operations are geared to
mar ODjectlVCi . , f.
u the Canal were aet down with.
in the- United State..
lems of personnel would be aolv aolv-ed.
ed. aolv-ed. Only the operating1 bersdnnal di directly
rectly directly connected withjthe transist-
ujm Biupa wouio do on -our payrou.
aut because this ideal setup
doesnt', exist and because of our
treaty commitments, the Panama
Canal, xiraamiation conseouentlv
must be city manager,, housekeeper,-
doctor, school teacher,' post postman,
man, postman, noliceman. ziramaiw anil mm.
erw aioreaeeper 10 1U employes
in anon, me xa. is that iif a
i a. a 11 a ..
oowung auey IS to exist, tha canal
ency muai ouua ana operate it.
UKe his Counterpart in
States, tha United States citizen in
the tone pay a-income taxes to the
unuea Mates government, sup supports
ports supports bis church, engages m the
usual sports Wd social activities,
raises children; bug his insurance,
and complains about all tha thin si
people do in the States. -'-
The rreat differenpa t th. 1.V
of opportunity, to engage fat-priv-
v nnutniw, own a nome, and
nye direct .voice in government.
.There are now approximately 13-
ywvuu vmptoyea oy tne can canal
al canal organisation, the smallest fit.
lire since the- denresiion nf tha iu.
a. iurmg woria war 11 the fif
w uauwimi IV ai,OUU,
AMUt J09 af tha Zona -am-bjeyes
are United state cithmts
with special akllla. Tha. w.
ar mastly Panamanian citizens
or -natives af tha traaicc.
In summarv. in tha
pulaUon of about menVwom-
l(u,.- wno 'r not in
military service, provides a per permanent
manent permanent working force, already in
akwiarf aaaa aa. m- a
",c years, sssurinc
our ability to stay close to a grow growing
ing growing materials source and a rapid rapidly
ly rapidly expanding market. To these Zo-
EXVI f?"14 itt tt 'oiks
ja United Slates induial
vaaa.aL jiuiflfT. Ulfff tr asTlfli I


Summer, Programs For Military Dependents
'OHr-'VarieiyOi Popular Activities

A. number- of -school vacation
recreation programs designed
for the school-age children of
military Dersonnei in tne fan
ama area have been planned
and announced at Fort Amador,
Port Kobbe and Fort Clayton on
the' Pacific aider and, at Port
Gulick on the Atlantic side.
These .varied-programs are
Olanned' to' provide; a means of
entertainment for children in
addition to ; teaching 'them a
useful art or craft or increasing
their knowledge amdr interest In
sports of all types. -t
The Fort Clayton program, 0 0-pe'n
pe'n 0-pe'n to all children who will en
ter the second grade In Septem September
ber September .through the tennage group,
will start Julv 8 and continue
through Aug. 9. Classes willneet
from 8:30 to 11:30- a.m.i Mon
days,', Wednesdays and Fridays
with movies on Thursday after afternoons.
noons. afternoons. v ,;
" Activities.' scheduled "include
lessons, in swimming, bbwling.
tennis, :arts. and crafts, golf,
dancine; vol ev ball ana oastet
ball. Classes will be' broken down
into groups according to school
grades and In case of a conflict
between two : classes scheduled
for the same period, the student
will make tne choice, n -"
Fort Kobbe children who at
tended- kindergarten "through
sixth erade this' vear are -ellRi
ble to enroll in the Fort Kobbe
recreation program commencing
July l and ending Juiy 2.. uiass
es will be held at the Fort Kob
ba school and will include arts
and crafts and a variety of
sports. Movies will be shown one
atteraoon v a ? week throughout
July and August. Parents may
register' their children by call calling
ing calling Mr. Betty J, Gann at 84-
3247 or at the Fort Kobbe post
office on June 14 from 0:30 to
11:30 a.m. Registration fee' Is
. The Fort Amador program,
sponsored by the Fort Amador
xouth Council, will start on
June 19, continuing to August
3L Children from age tnree to
18. who are dependents of mil
itary personnel residing-' at Fort
Amador. Quarry ueignts ana
the loth Naval District or wno
are dependents Of military per personnel
sonnel personnel assiimed at one of these
installations but residing in the
Republic of Panama, are Invited
to enroll. 1 j
- Activities will Include golf,
tern hi a and bowling' clinics,
swimming classes, a gymnasium
Droeram. and fishing, with tour
naments being held in -all of
thesa SDOrt and recreations A
free movie matinee will be
scheduled one afternoon each
Also- on the program will be a
nursing-; school, teenage club
activities, library reading hours,
supervised playground activities,
dancing, classes and a little-
theater group. Children may
participate In the above activi activities
ties activities in accordance with their
ago group. Prties and trophies
will be awarded at the end of
the season to those- excelling in
various sportai- t :
Parents ara'ureed to contact
their post representative no
later than June 12 for the pur purpose
pose purpose of registering 'their chil
dren for the program, post rep
resentatives arei Fort' Amador,
i. Charles W. Jaaoo at 83-
ao; uuarry, jueignts, .vapt.
W!l C. Worttan at H2.31HH-
and for the 15th Naval District,
Lt. David U. Greathouse at 828-
In the Atlantic area: the re
creational program for Fort
Davis, Fort Gulick, Coco Solo
and France Air Force Base will
be held at Fort Gulick begin
ning July -r and continuing to
Aug. is. Children who attended
school in grades one through
eight during the oast Tear are
invited to enroll in th six-week
program. Classes will be held in
golf, swimming and basketball
for boys and girls). 'Also in in-eluded
eluded in-eluded win ba a aaf tbari nlavnff
ilea trips ana free movies. -Parents
may register their children
at tha Fort. OuAck Special Ser
vices office June 10 through
June 14. Registration fa is 81.
Qualified parents wishlnr to
volunteer their 1 servirea aa
teachers or adult leaden are
ureed to contact their Wal nreu.
gram director or post represen-i
Utlve, - .-..--r

Convertible s b y S


Wizards FigHt It Out In 3Qih;;
A. "! f !,"' ''.At " 1 'V.'' 1
"t ,j ( t , In '
National Spelling Bee Contest

WASHINGTON, June 6 (ifPl-n
Fifty-one Of 67 young -. spelling
wizards .battled it out for top
honors in the 30th National Spell
ing cee yesteraay. ,
Six boys 'and 10 girls muffed
their words during a, mornmg
round that took longer than
usual because of the careful
checking by the judges.' ; ,c
The judges louna lor exam
ple, that one misspelled word
"hainous for "heinous" couia
be found in an alternate diction dictionary,
ary, dictionary, But the "hainous"' spelling
was marked as obsolete and the
unlucky contestant had to step
'But. other mistakes toere more
Barbara Pagan, 13, Norfolk,'
Va. spelled it "aeceed" instead
of "accede.". Brenda Green1,
13, Sophia, W. Va., put one "i'V,
in "noncommittal." .1
Joan Paquette, 14, -was out
when she spelled "unwieldy'' as
"unwleldlng." joan, from St. Al Albans,
bans, Albans, vt., was amazed that there
is no such word as the one she
spelled. 1 -.
Francis E. Belllzia, Jr., 13,
stumbled on the word ''medal ''medallion''
lion'' ''medallion'' to become the first." ca casualty.
sualty. casualty. Francis, from Lincoln.
Mass., put only one ''I" in the
word. He walked bravely off. the
stage with his hands clenched as
the bell toiled, 'k
The 'second out was Donna
Walter, 13, from Mauston, Wis,
Donna spelled, ."foreword" as
"foreward M.t ''
Juliette Mosser,-' 14; of Man Manning,
ning, Manning, S.C., became the third to
drop out. At the start of he
round, Juliette spelled "ag "aggrieve"
grieve" "aggrieve" with only one "g..
.Patty Cell Nash, 13, of Lowell,
N.C., was the fourth Casualty.
' :.T : .7..' IS, :
A jacket type sport shirt
Cool and comfortable,
Made ; In Panama,' ifr 'to'
known for its. exquisite
pleating on Sanforized
' English T?opIln trimmed
' with PhlllpplnoMother-,.
,01-Feari vDutfons,v single
needle construction
throughout, ;
All Colon 'and 'Whlta,
SUes IX 80

1 t'

Sama m abort, Hall&n, eolar ytW
i -ft-: :M t4. tf-K 9i '.,rt.o.'-i- -i.- i.Uw.
4 Wrapped specially lor father.' bay; 'ho exlra charge;

jW ittI if?

. "Haberdasher! and Taifbri to Men of Good Ttt"
panama' w' :r.i;--: coloni
',-: o Opposit Cathedral TUsa '' ' Oppaslto l
-. o Near P.R.R. SUtlon ,-.;:Vt' '''''. -'. -.PJUt '- .'
Hotel El Panami '? t-'.'i'' auuoa' :

1 V ".J

She slipped on ''Interim," ending
lt with "em." ;
Dianne Strattorr, 13, Mill VaU
ley, Calif., put "Jau" in "jocu "jocular"
lar" "jocular" and became the fifth vic victim.'
tim.' victim.' -w.V i
: The! sixth td'go out was Rich
ard Lucas,; 12, Sliver spring, aw.,

who spelled.-bulwark" ffSaSTT'
sn.. -.n ai nnn i.,J The -radio active poison, most

mo wumcr.wui t f.
a "bonus
in New ,York., But even the
champions who stumbled, were
slated to get at least $25. t
T&t contest, sponsored by
ScrippsHoward and other news news-paperscarrled
paperscarrled news-paperscarrled ,$4,075 ; in capb
prizes. ? j.-'"1"-' Mi
The youngsters competing yes yesterday
terday yesterday won out over-some stnll? stnll?-llon
llon stnll?-llon -children who competed sin
school contests all over the Unit United
ed United states as well as In Europe. ":
Richard Martinez, 13, of Tlerra
Amarllla, EM., tripped on "spon "spontaneity,"
taneity," "spontaneity," spelling it i'spontnaity
Leslie Jensen, 13, of Chicago,
went down npxt by putting an.
extra'-'T" in fulsome." .v
Another Chlcagoan, Relnhard
E, schula Jr.,1 13? put an "it"
ins- on '"consummate." 1
Rita Taylor, 13, of York, Pa., i!
.misspelled "caterwaul" v- into
"catterwaU" to become victim1
No. 13. ' 1
' '.'Heinous," was the downfall of
Judy Venoy a West Virginia 12-year-old.
. 1 s
The contest's youngest entry
Robert W; Hunter, 10, of jackr
sonvllle, Fla was the 15th to go
dowmHe put an "e'" where the
"t": belongs in "excoriate.
jacuellno E. LaFerte, of Go
nlc. N.H.1 found "marriageable"
too toueh for a 13-year-ol4- "tO
handle. She came up with "mar
rigeableble." ; 4

j K. i Air w v. i-awa

1 bmwm
"'4 --a. I VjfJ

T E E L 0?A S E

Ru-ia:clivc Fclloul
In Amazon Jungles

Tbe Atomic energy Commission
said today- a group -of :;- American
scientists will leave soon for the
Amazon jungle to try to deter
mine how -fast radioactive ra'iout
i" absorbed -by -human beings.
. An AEC, official said, a contract
authorizing the survey was signed
a few days ago. : .
The purpose will, be to find an
area where- people are living en
tirely -on -locally grown plant and
animal, ood., ,
'. In most civilized communities,
food Comes from so many places
that 'no exact) measure can be
made of- absorption of fallout pol-
IM.B tor mPasurNnent is 5?trnn.
tium-90, which can cause bone can.
cer. 1 ,
JBrV ; 3:- L Kulp,' of Columbia U U-Diversity's
Diversity's U-Diversity's Lamont Geological Lab.
oratory said-last week that it
would be well to .test plants, ani animals
mals animals and human- absorption of ra radio
dio radio active atomic materials in an
area where all food was locally
Iiroduced and where the calcium
n the soil had been heavily leach leached.
ed. leached. tr -j- '
, The amount of calcium in -the
soil affects7 the amount of Strontium--
which is take n up by
plants,, and thus passed on to ani animals
mals animals or humsns.v, ,.:
The AEC official did not know
details of the Amazon contract. He
said it was negotiated by the New
,York .office of the AEC with La
mont Laboratory officials ;

- Y 'WEDNESDAY the 12th, ; '"V7 JJ
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, fejdio AnnouncersNewspapers
t$b Honored With Handicaps
' ttjjfoe best two-year-olds in training locally will
match stridea this afternoon at the President Remon
rttetrack in the $2000 added six-furlong Press Clas Clas-,siC((basfco
,siC((basfco Clas-,siC((basfco LaPrensa). ,' t v

The otherraces on4he program

wilt all be named .after a leading

local daily or weekly newspaper.
The various papers will contribute
tn thfl success Of the afternoon by

presenting a whip ta' the winning

jockey f each event ana a silver

trophy to eacn victorious owners

An interesting anernoon seems
in store for turf fans because be besides
sides besides the unusual angle of each

r ace v having a special name the
races shape up as real humding humdingers
ers humdingers and should leave many hoarse
at the end of the activities.
Racetrack Tips


- Roberto Motta's entry of Sabion Sabiondo
do Sabiondo and Sera Bueno are sure ta be
Slds-on mutuels favorites. Their
iff est. competition in the mutuels
- add in the actual race is expected
tojcomerfrom the Stud Durrieu en entry
try entry of Manandoagua Matnculado
arid tb Haras Carinthia's Bagaz-.

Irh ohly other scheduled start start-,
, start-, a is Am apparently out classed
- filly Tat Gipsy which will b th
fcpg loitgshot of the race.
iTnhpn'tpn Sabiondo and once4ea

teh Raiazza have the best records
off the Ischeduled s t trier and
ahould be the heaviest bet in the
' mtituelsl Sabiondo will have lead

ing jocley Ruben Vasquez hi the
. saddle Whjle the veteran Chilean
saddle ice Cristian Rebo'ledo will
guide Ragazza. 4
THOfesident of the Newsmen's
Guild will present a beautiful sil-
ver-trophy to the owner of the
. win&ng'throughbred.
: Awthec trophy will be presented
to tltt VMinning owner in the second secondary
ary secondary Jittrtetion the Radio Announc Announcers
ers Announcers Handicap- The presidents the
Jjadjp Announcers; Association will
' mak? the trophy presentation.


1 Grimilda
2 Colmado (e)
3 Folletlto
4 Fellac
5 Joe
6 Vedette fe)

7 Gouvernant

Display Song




8 Mar Bravo; Xpf TCypress Bull

9 Paqulro ,s Kadit
JO Sabiondo (eJ Ragazza


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Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Nona Jockey St. -. Comment ; : Ciii
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.prjtST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:00 LA NACION HANDICAP W

1 Venganza A, Ycaza 115 -Nothing in months
2 Ponton S. Carvajal 115 Knocking at door i!
3 Principe de G. J. Padllla HOx Rider only handicap
4 Grimilda B. Vasquez 122 Form indicate
5 Riscal J. Phillips 115 Will fight it out

o lArpegio j. Jimenez liu Could b unssttM.

Rates oujtside ehanc7

X (Lanero

H. Gustlnes 102x-









HANK BAUER, whose. Tutting

perked up after the night club row

is going to take the initiative on

the Copacabana incident ,, he'll

sue for false arrest..

Our old pal. Lefty O'Dour; look

ing over a toast League throng of

600. shrugged. rThey must be wait

ing for the majora

The revival of Virgil trucks as
mound fireman for the Athletics

at the age of 38, shouldn't be sur
prising .. his pop was hurling sand'

ot ball m Birmingham when he

was past 60 ... what is surm-isinti

is. that Virgil went on reLef he

threatened to quit baseball if thev

wok mm away irom starting roles

Can anyone recall a big league

manager eve r catchimr batUne

pracuce ., o tiori rookie skipper
Jack Tighe of the Tieers? .;.who

claims the exercise ; gives him a
better line on his hitter v

. tajf r.urai QF. VBji DOUBLE
PiWf650J;Po;aoa 1:0 'TmCAr J '
Jil8plt Son 4i Veaz 11J -HBri to Deaf ierT J f M

3-PaqueUto K. Vaaquez 115 f Makes debut unknowt

a unuipa a. vasqpez 113 unicnown quantity too
4 Mlaa Patience E. Dario 103 -Has some fair races
5 (Colmado H. Gustlnes 105X should beat these
ft (Mikel C Rulx 111 Reportedly fractioua

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There's, a. bitter t feud develop developing
ing developing between Delaware Park and
Garden State because Gene
Mori's ? comparatively Johnny Johnny-Come
Come Johnny-Come Lately New: Jersey track
books more and more dates that

conflict with its. neighbor to the

soutn .. ana has forced staid Dela

ware to; go into Pennsylvania to
compete for trade A

) '4'- :.-- V '"' ..STS-.,. 1
Le Arripx. th

the TV negotiations for Floyd Pat
terson'g first title defense, was a
football teammate of Bear coach

Paddy, Driscoll way back when

1 norco western

Night before the Patterson-Hurrl.

can jacKson aeai as l o t e d,

Broatfway odds were' 5-lf '.; aeainst

the fight vei. comings off.' Norris Norris-inspired,
inspired, Norris-inspired, says -the ich amp's manag.
er,. Cus pP'Amato D'Amato'i
phone bill In -the last month Iod-

pea i,ooo .. ne s Deen so busy be

nasn 1 naar time to unpack t h e
glasses' for the bar in his new mid-
A T. r 1 .

mwn tw xorK neaaquartert w

x-very move' Arc n 1 e m a o r

maiceg 'indicates he'll

t with young !1

100 dangerous ana. lv nn

k tjtU' u: J -. .. ... ;.

ui uu .jay aeiauii,.

3igesf tasebaD'"hu:


Virgil Tracks

cilities, with the Tecent addition of

a s4uu,ooo clubhouse .. to make a

dm lor golf s big-time


ine new; Jvreddv Cnrrnmn- jit

golf (he built the' tournament cir

cuits; is m Carter, who's taken
over scheduling the gals as weU as

ine men and now wi 1

3rd Race T" Native 7 Fg s. ONE TWO
Purae $275" Pool qoaea 2:05MUNDO GRAFICO HANDICAP

1 Daniel C. Ruiz 115 Ran well in return

2 Linda Susy E. Dario 108 Would Day nice oddi

3 Redondita H. Ruiz 108 Must go lower
4 Elenita J. M. Bravo 108 Could be upsetter
5 Folletlto H. Gustlnes 105x Seems much the best
6 Sandokan B. Aguirre 115

4th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Frs.

Purse $400

1 Almlnar
2 Amat

3 Pinino
4 Fellac

ft Encachada

Pool Close 2:35


A. Gonzales 105 Hospital class
D. Madrid 105x Should beat these
H. Gustlnes 107x-Depends on start
R, Vasquez llS -Mutuels favorite
A. Ycaza 110 Is soundest hers
V. Castillo 115 -Bd legs hamper

5th Race B and C Natives 7 Frs. Purse ,$35 PoohCIoses

1 Yo&lklto
2 Argyla
3 Naranjaro
4 Joe

J-M. Bravo 108 With smart ride, maybe
H. Gustlnes 105xould Uke it all
E. Dario 105 Much better now
H. Ruiz 102 Form indicates




2- 1
3- 1

1. 05

3- 2
4- 1

never ppt fn

arm with young .! Tony' Anthony


majors are Eddie. Yost nEd

Fitzgerald" of the lowlr SBtnr

wno room "together and shun the

night' chibt, routine for': nocturnal
gab sesiont onintricacies Of play playing
ing playing gams UFitzGeraloV who
aspires ;to be; a. manager,' makes
up itvajonsv.nd fires itljeml- at

?ev Hanson's Wntni sniiir'ia in

women s prof esiosal golf omes
in handy to pay for that grapefruit

acreage m wnicn ana lnvmM ho..

vlly outsidePalm Springs.,

Stimulated bv the sum. nf th.

Slot Machine Open, the Deserf Tnm

course, the only playable 'one in

ins 1.1s vegas area, is expanding
its tournament schedule .. and fa-

6th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. FTRST RACK Or THE DOUBLE
Pone 6406 Po4 Close 3 :45 D Panama Ameriea Handicap

1 Fifito B. Aguirre 113 Won lucky race
2 Greco J. M. Bravo 110 Could be upsetter
3 -Persiflage J. Avlla 115 Has beaten betur
4 Escorial H. Gustlnes 105x -strong effort last
5 (Vedette v J. Rodriguez 118 Raxor sharp form
ft-(Barge Royal A. Ycaza 113 Can help en try m its 1
7 Hlncaple)- R. Vasquez 113 Better form now
ft Soft Not O. Montero 105x MusUgo-Jower



. --" : r ... t "." 2 -"
7th tUee Sth Series-Imp. 6 Ft. 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Purs S500 Pool Closes 4: 26 La EstrelU de Panama Handicap

1 Oermardo A. Vasquez 120 Top flighter tn Peru
3 Concrete Pip A. Ycaza 112 Consistent sprinter v
3 Bacancit R- Vasquez 115 Cets stiff est test v
4 Gouvernant R. Cristian 120 First series ia Chil
5 Rosier N. A. Reyes R. 103x Not against these

2 2

... . ,
Sports; Briefs

W5VYC)RK up Th New
York Giants -Thursday traded a
"high draft choice" in next sea season
son season s annual National Football
League .draft to the Los Angeles
Rams for tackle Charley Two:

good, Twogood, who played his
collegiate ball at the University of

iieoriRia, u a six -year veteran. In
th NFL. . ; ,..

penU any time at home ... played

us own uamismi tr,.

Between vnn'n'm. r..i

American League general manag-

mo.UcB yoe wronin nas let it
be known that hH .lib. .j

Wilt tt "'V, W BUbtCCU
WiU Harnde 4 th I :..

League president next December..

The Fairways

v -it , t
regular months

ment of the Panama ; Women's
Golf Association' nrtlt


Aloro Golfers Should
Have Yips Lib Hdgan

H ..1 !'

NEW YORK! (NEA)- Thev said

mat isen noean nad lost his cer

tainty on ana around the greens.

.' So desperate became Hncran

who xnree putt greens that he
started : to -experiment with his

grip, finally deciding on a base baseball
ball baseball type. With the United

States Open Championship o n 1 v

two weeks away, tne greatest ore-

cision golfer of all time held the

putter in his left band, the thumb
on top the shaft.' He set his rieht

nana an men Deiow tne lett, the

tnumo also on top of the shaft.

witn that. Hogan had eight one-

putt greens, one from 18 feet, and
a sizzling 67, in the first round of
the Palm- Beach Round Robin at

Wykagyl and again was the man

to beat in the Open, this year at
historic Inverness in Toledo, June
13-15. r

"I tried ever vthinsr.": ; exDlained

iiogan, Who. changed from re

verse and plain overlapping.
"This was the last stop. I'd have

been putting cross-handed next.'

over: the ; panamtf;' Golf ciub

Athl week-C wm be

?anf hve been made in msir.

'StT- tournament.'; The
forward to hto fi.m..t

In yourclub., r.. r"1."
If you are hot

your, club, telephon i m 4nZ

name, and hanrifean Vi Hon' riimartowl that Ron niili1 rfn

-KODinson Panama S-Bfias that anp time he Cared to. Ben

ati call Panama 3-6569 or to'wlU 1)6 45 m August, but Dey con
Alyce -French Balboa 2-1892 orltends 'ttat he is good' as ever.

0 rePfesentauve.

Hogan played in only four toorn

amenta -before the Palm Beach-

the Seminole, Masters. Colonial In

vitation and the Sam Snead at

Greenbrier.;' 1 (

'I had to get the swing of tour

nament golf again," he said.: "And

had the yips. If you play this

game long enough, t h e nerves

have to get twltcby."

A reporter wanted : to know

if the yips weren t on the new side

tiogan. , h

"Not at all. I've had them since

1949,". replied the winningest Irish

man to come out of Dublin,


That was the year ot Ho can's

frightful automobile accident. Since

then Bantam Ben has won three

more U.S. Open titles, a British O

pen with a closing 68 and the Mas

ters by five strokes with a record

274. He was third in the 1952 U.S.
Open, won the 1953 running at Oak Oak-mont
mont Oak-mont by six: strokes, the widest
winning margin in 22 years.
. 'Hogan dropped the 1955 edition

in a playoff with unknown Jack
Fleck,, blew a 30-inch putt On the
17th and next to last green at

Rochester's -Oak Hill last summer

to miss tying by a stroke.. He was
beaten in the 1954 Masters by Sam

nead nd a stroke i $, playoffs

After Hogan turned In hia eoen

Ing 67 at Wykagyl, where you have
to be straight or get into trouble.

Joe Dey, executive secretary : of
the '.United State Golf Associa-

; BemHofSJt1fyfi::
Like Merioh. A where; Ben- liaiinn.

ed -down in front in 1950;. Inverness
puts a tremendous premium on po
sition play.. Hogan is back en his P
magnificent game and -no golfer
ever had more control of. the balL

A-lot of golfers should-haf
the yipi like Ben HQganu ; vv-; 5

From the Usts the committee

Just look at

"What do


you want?"


can arrange games ao that l'' ; ,p)."".-- 4V .ng out and Ben
match is made of W l fifth and record : ;U.S.

different clubs. vo': "11" 'J MW"? can taste

pectttiu line-unin .thrFrldayetermlnaUon ZnoZ TtW

ijESnmt'. The1atter Unbtn V

ball down th. first base line: H

is sate at first base when the ratch-
en,w attempting -to fil4,the ball,
trips Oyer his pat. What gives ?
Joe, ItetttiL ':.,:. '- '.fj.
Answers-' UnUss'fh nnYplr '1 i'
cenvincadf. that -the" batter dlibr.
ately maneuvered ih bat t tntr

fere'with th catcher's fielding, Lit
is itothtn mora than natural tia.

xard.vTh' batter has :t drB hjs 1 :
bat K.vt-'.,t r.wfit.fflt'V-'. ; ti'-i-h
; J. .Wilji runners on first., and and-second
second and-second bases, the pitcher m going --
into -his motion lets the ball" slin U

1 front his hand but catches it be-

fore if IntF-the ground;: Is there v
a lay on the runners who are tak taking
ing taking leads? How, ia; this jruledlLu. V

John Jacobs, .--'.v'v-"': '--'r- l.r:

A. It's a balk. and th runners ',"'

advance n


Esst Lansing, Mich. (NEAV-

Micnigan state noids the Big Ten
record for th lonsest foothill ran.

ferene and non-conference came

winning streak with 28 throughout
the period from 1950 to '55. .

; X .; RICHEST XHASI 1 1-"New
"New 1-"New York fNEA) The TTnW!

Hunts" will arain after

purs for th 34th running of the
Temple Gwathmer Steenlechaa at

Belmont Park.. Oct. 16. It U the
richest 'chasing stake in the word.

Ith Race Special 2-Year-OWs : QUTXTtLA ':
. j Imported i Fgs. RadI Ananers Day Handicap
lJerrecero. i H. Ruiz 105 Disappointment t dat A
2 Edith Piaf F. Oatica 104 -Could surpria j-i
SCypress Bull 3. Phillips 105 h finlsb 7 5-2
4 Prla. Vanldad A. Gonaa, 100 Erty spetd only. jo-1
5 (Mar Brav A. Ycaia115 -Seems best here 3-5
Julio Vero GusUnea HUxi-Could b winner To v

th Rae 4th Series Im. T Fgs. ONE TWO
Pars KM TU Ctoses S:3t -' LA HORA HANDICAP
, 1 K1T X, Vasque 11$ -.tnjoylaf best form
2 Trr.twf A- Vasquez 120 -Claasie rac weaUm -E-bru:ada
Rodriguez 113 Up against wolves t
4 Elakeirert H- Ruu WJ 4u!t baCy In lirt : -.'.
5 C J.!-Ci:-.y B. Aruirr 115 -Prk ia but shape?'-
8 Paqulro A. Ycara 120 V a f.ght it wt
B3nr E. GuaUnes 101X Not good sough :,


8 2

, L"?C OUR ni.'DCTT VLW.

lllh Rac 2-Teax-Olds Ope F.Psr frof I

1 Kapsrr P.. Crls'-lan 156
2 The G:pi7 F. CaUca 109
3 '5er!Hem O. Saochrs 112
4 'Fafciosdo R- Vacz 112
5':-.'-i.-ii;a.-to 3. R.-dri. Ill
t:'.i -.nicsg-.a) A-:re 11

Ted Closes' f .00

N'e. 1 -fwten5
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s:-. t".re 'y
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V c-i ry f j


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5.-00 p.m.
. i Opening ef
, Central America's
first 3 min. car ra$h.
W wash ftar ear
automatically end in
wily 2 minuttu
TranUt!'m! sTIf 1i

Ifs.time to step up! to

finer flavor

' t

Four Rosea Bourbon tim is now.

Dont miss smother moment's en 'l i t

Joyment of th incomparable
moothnce and richness of this'

cuaUnruiahed bourbon..-' t,"V


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- -i

- SUNDAY.' JUNE 9, 1957

;,.SolO'Malley Takes The

$2 Million, Quits Brooklyn

-. ? -, V,'


trun.' t-av Tippn pvpintf expansion as an

.....,-. u. ean i answer -to saeeine a t e s, vei

,r' TVi:".. ..d by .iwphb of the Yankees has : been

r.""", Yl 'i.m. Am.ri- iKtirrins ud Los Angeles city iath

V : f what Jeri for a posible Washington

male? Mow b.teball-and par-, fansfer,. The Boston Red Sox

i !VV 4-uh rhise fc the Pacific1 Coast League.

LT"'r.; . ' 1 Thn National; :LeaBue hita the

" y-'' .S. i' ..,' ''iickpot when Fox put money : in,

i o' Bfin PPNCER it ip hank for O'Malley. The Brook-

- f' -V lvn magnate had an easy time

ciM vuATjrTsm fNEAW-When'iettine Philio K. Wricley to sea

Matthew Fox,' president -v. of -the him the-Los Angeles franchise.
rrr.?,ratinn. handed Wal-d'Mallev soaoed un Mayor Nor-

f the Brook- ris Poulson of Los Angeles, then

in oinh .. .rinwn.navraent of two Ircmeht in "Mayor George Chris-

million dollars for Pay:TV rights t)pher of San Francisco and New

to the Los Angeles territory, mu x orn owner Horace ohkuui.
expressed willingness to make v Until three weeks 'ago, observers
deal for the .San Jranclspo fran- on the; Pacific coast didnt feel
chisp;-major league baseball on it -was likely that either the Dodg Dodg-new
new Dodg-new basis seemed. assured-.M both, ers or Giants could effort to Junk

: cities..y.v'- .; 7 irvi!3&vx
This new -tylj M JSaseball -jCatr
, htt summed "iio in a couole of

1 ance?.': yfZ?st&?i

Whileiwost of the talksummml-;
l i-j. ll .-. i:...LU- kUH

ing major -ieaguu 'iaiiciubc uua
' haVhpnn nf r new- Htadiumasnd

' largfeR 4ttendanc;fheVblufittfut$

is mat m aan trancisco aieam,
no records will b' set once t h e,
novelty disappears. Thls'tjity 1" in
thej centerof a horse 'race-sirazy
;.rea,vas dsi-Los Aag&iS-'j'f-H
Seals Stadium, which woulivbe
used- by. the JtfeW York Gianfs in
1958, Isbtg-! enough tot the 1 9 n g
run and it seats only 22,000 now.
Pay television is to be the real 1
Source of revennn ; fnr 1 m a i n r 1

league baseball In California.


KaUonal ; atid,, American Leagues

rich television rights around. New
York; '-' 'i'.,
But Mayor Christopher called
private conference of San Francisco-
newspaper editors and iold of

the Pay-TV negotiations. It was

made clear-that xne transter iauc

was not to squeeze new. parks out

of New 1 York municipal autnori-
tieSf-4'f t'x.i -it,f iVy:
FOX PUT MONEY on the Dn'e.

As a solid guest, O'Malley -and
Stoneham are able to offer a per percentage
centage percentage of their Pay-TV money to
visiting clubs," so unanimous ; ap

proval of the "shifts by fellow own owners
ers owners was "easy to obtain.

The fact that O'Malley) and

Stoneham are to receive new sta-

Idiums with concessions on lowi

f jrental is secondary to the Pay-TV

TALLjSTORY Gene t W e y'

1 ? l if ''I ?M of 019 top- ranxed
. .feepleehaw Jockeys.' He wo n

. juaryiana Hunf r, j

i comDetp at v

1 auajur irariri t m

iTg. t;I?el Park, June 10,

Dodacrs Dovn


9-2 To Take Lead In WL;


ChiSoxUps Margin InAL

Field & Stream


, -ByAL-MefcLANt-T,
.Flahinf Editor
MANY trout streams have good

stretches and bad ones,.- all of
which look very much alike, ;

NEW"YORKr:.iune 6 ("UpiXThe

Brooklyn Dodgers, defending Na

tional League champions, juiock juiock-ed
ed juiock-ed Cincinnati out of first -place
Saturday .by defeating the Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, tl y Qtw'txv '&
Johnny podres. pitched :hls
fifth straight victory, for Brdqk-

lyn and -got strong support from
his mates ."who pounded three
Redleg hurlers for I4,hits,.as 5the
Dodger moved 1 front :J3y a
half gamei

- Tht Eediegs, wn naa neia
first plac since May 15, drop drop-ped
ped drop-ped into second place with the
Philadelphia Phillies. The FhU
lies-Chicago-' Cubs game at
Philadelphia Was rained 'out.
The game between the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves and Pirates, at
Pittsburgh was postponed by
rain and wet grounds. 4,3 t J
in the other, National League
rame, the St. LOuis cardinals de de-Pftteii
Pftteii de-Pftteii the New Yotk Giants, 5-.

for their iourthr straight victo

ry. '

Trout usually are"- not td be

f Mind in the smoothly flowing.

Thi rhipatfft -whit W with shallow stretches -of 1 amau or. me
Tne CniCagO Wniie 60X, Wltn tri..m nartlPhlar 1

Billy Pierce pultchlng a tnreet r"

when these -areas


are unshaded.

iTLS;. e hy.y. found in pools.

American. League lead : to : six
games as the Detroit Tigers
whipped the second-place New

York Yankees. v

The Tigers, 'entertaining their
favorite' punching bags, scored
six runs in the first four innings
off .Ralph Terry' and' Tommy
Bvrne tn defeat the' world cham

pions for the fifth time in six

. in?- a1 tomparatlveiy f still "pbolf
one of the best' ways of sinking i
wet fly is to make a long cast and

Rnd let the fly sink for several sec

onds:. before 'starting the retrieve.
Hold your rod an inch or so a' a'-bove'the
bove'the a'-bove'the water and strip- in lin

with the 'left hand in short, quick
j3rksvThis wakes vthe fly 1 0 0 1

meetings. .J'l;:''1" 'Ike 'arswinijng;:insect';bthiin.

and .gives, otipn;thtr

Cleveland Indians to a M iVwtefilVi.Mfc'.;--

tory. over the Washington Sen- MKjvnfK

upstreiftr';arid .slightly- acros,ial
bwWii thVi'iljo lO subverge.iand
drift 'with thf current' toward-Vou.
Retrieve the slack-i line with
your left band in the same man! man!-ner
ner man!-ner as you would when fishing a

dry fly..; The best type, of, wet fly

Mossi shut out the Senators
f pr five innings, .When be was
knocked out by; a 1 four-ran.
yally in the sixth, Narleski
came' in and shut out Wash-:

Vi Boston was at Kansas City in

an American League night game.

Fox" was" wllllne to nut tin two

million because he knows if it By HARRY C RATION
nrovpa a financial aiipopsa nn thai I -u. !.

Ionian lnna h urjll kva on oltr.l TJirW VfYPV fNF.AI JuSt hOW

n th' pastprn hasphall market 'liueh of an edee. if any. does re-

and the rest of hia Drom-am he itieatedlv claying the site of ;. the

already has purchased a big iEilm United States Open ( give a ,C0m ,C0m-company's
company's ,C0m-company's : library ; of '. reels t batant? -1 ',;,', -1,r-should,
follow easily.; ; J t :- '

Skiatron needs no : federal -r ac- w aepenus .ra ,. winu
Uon. Dodger and; Gianf games of the individual.'' says Pr.. Cary

would De-piped, tnrougn a ;ciosea

Middlecoff Wants Only Taste

Of Inverness Woes Before Open

circuit and the .only thing needed
to make this work is cash custo customers..;;'
mers..;;' customers..;;' r- f.Y'f
Telephone Company people- are

surveying the operation and $heir
report wilhreecb O'Malley fa n d

stonehamiinte 'nearMurtire.' Fl

nal action W the transfers will

take place in October., v ;


fluence Pay-TV holds,' when ,'you
realize 'Minneapolis was more
highly thought of for expansion
than either Los An8eles of .S a n

rrancisco Deiore fox stepped in.
There .is.' no horse r a c.i n g in

Minneapolis, you see. Los Angeles
and San Francisco are surround surrounded
ed surrounded by tracks. Racing is continued

in Los Angeles with harness and
quarter horses running between

You can well see how Par TV ?ew. -on ui.

may save the majors from hock, fcssionan game. --. ,-".

Speculation has it that the Giants

iMiddlecoff, who -defends ;itha title

over historic invernes, June w w-Mlflrtlppoff
Mlflrtlppoff w-Mlflrtlppoff ii rather aDDreheh-

stve about having to be in Tole

do a full week before the ,chm

Dionship : tiring.Jv The;; chmpion

piays on niuonai, uo..wj.

see: and Cary wanted to give tha

Inverness that is tncxea up tor
tie Open a thorough going .over
tefore facing the nation. r,

Three days l oiai nough for

me to know a :oourse." f be ex

plains. "Vl iee-tltogether Moo
much trouble in- that' time. My
mind is too active to be- around
any ldnger. It. ir likely to multi

ply the trouble I don't want to
know where all th'e trouble is."

Middlecoff admits that carefully

rastntf a course-, shouldn t have

and Dodgers will receive 10 cents

from every tuned-in set.-. And 30

million sets isn t too large an. es-


Take me out to the ball same? .would be bis being

Why; that's as old-fashioned as quainted with it.

th New York Giants and Brook- :v 1 1

Iyn Dodgers,'-: i'rlf n

"A phlegmatic fellow like Ben

Hogan,, for: example, :ouio .piay
the layout" for a month," he
joints out,' "and the only result

as the business of putting a golf
ball into a hole in the ground
ever, has seen. All he asks come

into the Open is to be hot, In
that condition, he'll take f his

chances after one quick look at

the layout.

Doug Ford : has ; the view of

many olayers. There is no Sense

ia looking for trouble when the

mam idea is to stay away from it.

Atlantic Basketball Leagilz?,

is one which is lightly dresed on
a fairly heavy hook.., 1
There are some trypes ot water
which trout nearly always ; like,
such as a. deep, smooth flow with
the current broken by. submerged
Until you know a stream, keep

moving trying diferent kinds of

water. When you begin to catch
trout, ; look for more in similar similar-appearing
appearing similar-appearing pools or riffles, ;

1 .Sritr Thimion. thopermanem

V:.-u .k.mninn .a Mid-

Baseball writer Charlie dlecoff cBUs mm,

didn't rush


Park of the Let Angeles Mirror- ight out to Invernes." r.
News oxamnes things i'm his el-r "I -don't see any advantage W

tv. t.i 2. M'mt" says the young Ausirauan

r -r 1 4 ..-.
V I -.- '. 1

1 1 l S x 'III-,-.-: : I "v- "7T --f

. : -. '- Ai'ft iw m.

' L ZZtZSZrZl'Zn -4 ,V U miting. -rambUag
I I J." tAVy- .i: I1 gambler on a court with as fine F
- Vy-.. .-. ; "r B i short game and putting touch I
'- f ""r)'.1. J v-i
I GO crrr-':' -';
! Ctr:rtftt::8stn:rt:r.l.- : T -'
i I : : '. cifi with fcnc.lca't tsst-srHIrj b;:rt:i ilai ;;-,,:- j : I ;: I
Jf lj -'. v f ; JUNE ;
' txclnslv ritr.!hDtftrr pj-i-! Tana! Zone j '; p t 'I.
; f M I "-: !..! - I j
-- " --, ( i ; ; ( f :

Dr. Cary Mlddleeetf;' -.

;ith the -.-veteran's shots. "Your

came either suits a .course or it

doesn't.'-;j T;,;y. 7i'-'.

Doug Ford fixed the brim of his

hat, paid off the locker room
boys and went outside to pick up

a $2,000 check for seconq piace

in the Palm Beach Round Robin

at.WrkasyL Fort had been ahead

since the aecond day, .but Samuel

Jsckson, Snead "came from ; be

hind to take the top prize when

the Masters champion's previous
69-66-M-67 tailed pff to 71.

Tve been playing good for so

long,. I- guess I was due," said
Ford, who earned a reputation at
a stretch -burner with closing
rounds like bis 66 in the .Masters.

With the Open lets, than t w 6
weeks away, it seemed quite nat natural
ural natural to ask the dark-haired prod

uct of New York's upper west

side how much good the layoff he
was to take would do him.

. "Layoff!" Ford shot baek

"Hell, I'm going to Akron- right

now lor tne KuDDer city open.
No sense in my hanging around
home or Toledo. I'll keep playr
ing. rd rather go right into the
Open playing."-- v


Ieams . W L -. Pet.. GB, Teams ; W L Pet

.622 Chicago ... 32 IS
.609 Yt New York i 27 20
.804 ft Detroit ', 26 2S
.578. 2 Cleveland ., 24 22

.533 4 X-Boston .' 2S 25

.385 8

Brooklyn . .

Philadelphia v.


Milwaukee ,,
St. Lonls ,
New York .:

Chicago .

28 17
28 18
29 19
26 19
24 21
20 32
15 31
13 29

,326 13to

-310 13 Yt

Cincinnati at Brooklyri (2)
St. Louis at New York (2)
Chicago at Philadelphia 42)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (2)
yesterday's" results i

St. Louis 011 021 0005 10 t)

New York 000 001 1204 12 0

Schmidt, Merritt (7), Wilhelm

(8) and H. Smith: Worthington;

Ridzlk 6), Davis- (7), Orlssom

(81. Antonelli (9) and Katt.'WP

Schmidt' 5-l). LP: Worthington

(6-4); HR's: Dark (2),: Musial

UD.Katt. (2), Sauejr (.ll);.;-

Cincinnati r 000 100 01IP-2' 0

Brooklyn' 000 403 02x 9 13-1

, Hacker. FOwier (7) and Bauey:

Podres (6-2) ahd Walker. 'WP:
Hacker (3-2) HR's: Walker ; (2J,

Robinson (9J. .v i-V :f:y'
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh':

postponed, ram)

Chicago at Philadelphia --

(Postponed, ram)

X-Kansas City 21 26
Baltimore . ;. 20 27

Washington n 34,


.574 6
.531 8
.522 8'i
.479 10 Yz
Ml 12
.426 13

.333 18


x-Nlght game not included

Baltimore at Chicago (2)
Boston at Kansas City
- New York at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland (2)

New York 000 000 121 4 6 0
Detroit i 112 200 lOx 7. 11 O

Terry, Byrne (3), Clcottt (4)

and Howard: Foytack (7-4) and

House, lp: Terry :(i-i). HR's:

Maxwell (7, Collins 11), Howard

Baltimore D00 000 0000 3 0
Chicago 010 001 OOx 2 ,22
Wight, Fornleles it) .and Tri-

amaos; pierce (10-2) and LOUar.
LP: wigbtt(i4. i;r-ru;y!
Washington 000004 0004 9 1
Cleveland 102 200 01x-6 11 1
Pascual, Abemathy (5), Hyde
(7 and Courtney; Mossi, Nar

leski (6) and Naragon. WP: Mos Mossi
si Mossi (3-0).: LP: Pascual (4-6). HR:
Carrasquel (3). "

Bostonat Kansas City (N)

Luke Palumbe wilt take tram

of the- younger Cristobal High
lads, and ad4 ta his ratter Louis
Hoeper,. Mik Reck end Nande
Tom,' the latter en of the all
time bests of the Atlantic Bat Bat-kerball
kerball Bat-kerball League. Kaiter Bazan has
gathered together-many ef the

The 'official opening dais; for the campaign next year.

1957 Atlantic Basketball L a f u e
has been, jet; for Monday ; night,

June 17 at 7, at theJwarganta
gymnasium.- 1
Fdur, evenlvi matched' t am

hav entered and coirlpetitwa is

expected to be keetf. Many oi
the established"' stars' f or previous
Atlantic Basketball campaigns- will
see .action- again vthis ; year ,5 but

contrary to the other reasons, iney

wul not be playing -as. a,.wniU4

JThts year; vwith the: S1 e i v 1 e e
teams'iabsent because of thsr
service lea eue commitmefits, the

leaeue fficiala- have seen -'-tdi-s it

that the power "has been veil JV
anced. each team with a i ait

hara nf the Tin and coming: young

sters with a sprinkling Of. .experif

enced'players.;.,'?--::-; C:M

iThiswill not only add; to., ihe ihe-equal
equal ihe-equal balance of strength, but will
also prove of great value; to the

younger boys wno aspire to iaj
the C.H.S.; varsity team .nex year.

Paul Moser-wul handling, the

reins- of the "Powells team; They

will ; consist for the most, part, of
Cristobal High varsity players with
Rucky Hal ao4 Noet Gibson prov

iding .the ( experience ana neigni.

Moser, himself t player of some

note, will be playing, while groom'

ing his varsity for the High School

Alumni of CHS, with which, fit
xctt become a contender
for the '57 champienahlp fi jibdi
The Working Boys, mostly,

prentices, under the handing 0l
Arnold- Manning, make up H H'43,
fourth team that will vie for hon honors
ors honors at the Margaritr gym statth 1
Monday; June 17. -' "b

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r.O. Box S29S teL S-70SS
Fuumi, B.P.
Real Estate

. tQK ttfNTs Modtm fiome, 9
4 bedrooms, large kitchen living
) room,' dining town, porch on
J lido, -j hot cold, water, maid's
. roonv $arage targe yard, Iron
J and ajjekKVia Perras, house No.
1 91- Fr information call Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 31I.
FOR HENTs Chalet fella Vista.
For iafonrtatieiv ; aoni. Panama
3-3305 rnOMiihgor altar 7 p.m.
FORlfENT'-BiaufifMlW "-
imhed i-bedroom duplet; house,
vary Uool,' Careao Alegre. Easy
Kins .'WaitinohoDSO-.
dryer;$250!Plsoiie 3-5014W t j
baach house. One mils past Cs
sine. bona Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoansida Cottages
Santa Qara' Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R, da P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
T,k. a Junal Jim Jiunt
To 'fan Bias Islands snd Porto Porto-t
t Porto-t lo. Aboard the cruiser "Petca "Petca-,
, "Petca-, dare." Sight-seeing Indian vil-.
1 fagei,' ths ruins of Old Pertobclo.
- Swimming. One night f board and
one night at Hotel San Bias.
Leav Blbo, pier 17, Friday,
Juno' 14th, .6:45 a.m. teaVe Co Co-lonV
lonV Co-lonV Strangers Club, Friday 14th,
'J. 9a00 p.m. Return to Colon lata
t Sunday afternoon. Those who
wish to' go through the Panama
Canal only, $7.00 each person,
; including lunch. $40.00 for the
i hroe 3 days. Will close this
excursion Wednesday. Phone
Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660
days; 3-1326 nights. Jungle Jjm
J Jatfn i Hdtdl El Panama.
Commercial Sites
OFFICES FOR RENT t For im im-.
. im-. modiste-occupancy 3 offices of
trom 5S to 60m2. Will rent ell
. or separately or half of each sf sf-,
, sf-, fice. Ideally shaped for placing of
r; Standard office furniture. Rent
Includes air-condihning, light,
4 water, Janftor1 servlca and 'night'
watchman. Attractive, location
facing Panama Bay, on Avenida
! Balboa, earner of 32nd Street.
; Within a tow blocks of Bonks,
.fast Office and British and A A-mericanj
mericanj A-mericanj Imbaasios. Telephone
3-023$ (business hours).
Millionaire Kill
Deaiiiiful Ex-Wife, i
Attempts Suicide
CmCAGO, June 8 (UP) A
millionaire art collector, attorney
and explorer apparently shot and
killed his beautiful ex-wife in a
rage when a reconciliation attempt
failed and then tried to take his
ow& life, police said today.
Authorities said Bailey Stanton,
$4.7Wuttered "This was a suicide
? iat.! (But Police CapL Leroy Stef Stef-enr
enr Stef-enr aaid he doubted Stanton's
tery a
Stanton was found slumped beside-
the body of his mink clad
7forer- wife. Dr. Margaret Stan-
too; 4i, Thursday in her parked
"Let me die," Stanton pleaded
when police arrived, "Plekse let
Thg victim was looking forward
to Jier marriage next Wednesday
to Dr. Max Forkosh, 49, a dentist
ana founder of the Forkosh Me Memorial
morial Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Stanton had
been on the hospital staff as a
physician and surgeon for six
Stanton's condition was describ describ-.4
.4 describ-.4 today as "fair at Illinois Ms
onie Hospital. However, p h y s i-i-iiDl
said even if he survives, he
k? .wiU be blinded for life.
The, slaying occurred only min minutes
utes minutes after Stanton had given her
throe arc hid with a note "To my
tUartat lore,"
1 toting troublt irlth'
toof tar veshing?
From Wednesday the 12th
, at S.-M jsv.
your problems wilt
be over, .: I l-
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ATTENTION., 0. 1.1 Jest built ;
. Jrodera furaished apartments, I,.!
; 2 . bedrooms,- i bat, .. cold, water.
Phono Panama 3-4941;
FR RENT: A' t three-bedroom
.apartment, with two baths, liv
' ing-diriing roorn," kitchen, maid's'
' room with own bath,: washtubs
'tarago, .and. hot. ..orator facilities,''
.. For further details'' call Panama
, 3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GOH-
:.ZALEZ N. S.jAj v, ?
; FOR R E NT f Modem, apart-t
.' merits,. 'Edificio. Oeveaux,"- S
- Street,. El Cangrejo; next -to Hoi
J tol El Pjnjmi. im caratiliMr na
' promise's 'v. Miguel Hive Phono 4
FOR RENTSptciou's two-bed- -room
unfurnished apartment i i-fin
fin i-fin residential 'district; Riviera
Building. Call. Panama 2-1661
during office hours. .'''
.FOR RENT: Modern apart
ment, -one bedroom,' living-dining
foom, hot water, garage. "J"
Street, El Cangroio, neat "Cole "Cole-gio
gio "Cole-gio La Sella," $85. Inquire1 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, all conveniences. North A A-merfcan
merfcan A-merfcan neighbors, $50. Via Ei Ei-pana
pana Ei-pana 82nd Street No. 48. Phono
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room apart''
mants. Furnished or 'unfurnish 'unfurnished.
ed. 'unfurnished. New Alhambra Apartments.
Telephone 1386 Colon..
FOR RENT: Furnished ene-r
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 1 68 Via Beliiarie Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, two bedrooms,- two
baths for two months. .'Rant
$1 30. Cengreo; Callo '3-6932,
4 t 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment apartment-one
one apartment-one bedroom, dining room, par parlor,
lor, parlor, and balcony. 48th St. No.
23, Apt. No. 2,
FOR RENT Lovely apartments
in new building feeing El Pan Pan-ana,
ana, Pan-ana, .Via EspaAa. Porch, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, two bedrooms, two
' baths, additional room, hot wa water,
ter, water, kitchen with individual laun laundry,
dry, laundry, garage. Tel.- 3-6041. ..
FOR RENT. Modern and' cool
furnished apartment, dithw, lin linen,
en, linen, pots and pani, hot watar, ga garage..
rage.. garage.. Phono 3-5356.
Archdiocese Slates r
Smuggling Priesl
Had Been Unfrocked
LIMA. Peru. June & (UP
The Roman Catholic Archdio
cese announced todays that Jo Jose
se Jose L. Arteta Yabar, purported
Priest arrested In. Cacacas last
week on charges of counterfeit counterfeiting
ing counterfeiting Peruvian currency, was un unfrocked
frocked unfrocked "'some time aeo" for un unspecified
specified unspecified violations ot canon law
A spokesman for the Arch Archdiocese
diocese Archdiocese said church authorities
were not notified of Arteta's
appointment as cultural at attache
tache attache of the Peruvian Embassy
in Caracas.
The statement was the first
formal Peruvian comment on
the case of Arteta. who is acu acu-cused
cused acu-cused of planning to smuggle
nearly $18 million worth of
bogus currency Into this coun country.
try. country. Authoritative g o v e r n m ent
sources said he is a "mystic
madman." but did not question
his priestly status.
First reports from Caracas,
tentatively confirmed by the
Peruvian Ambassador -there,
identified the prisoner as cul cultural
tural cultural attache of the Embassy.
On Monday, however. Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jose Lore Lore-to
to Lore-to Aristmendl said he had no
diplomatic status.
Loreto said Arteta's special
passport was "the kind which
governments sometimes issue to
persons undertaking cultural
FOR RENTt 2-bedreem apart apart-man.
man. apart-man. 2 bathieems. large dialog
end living room, aeparato oaaid's
room with barb, garage, oof ur ur-itfcod.
itfcod. ur-itfcod. ta high cool locality, eM
scieened. in El Csogreje. Seme
bat 3 -bedroom. Plteite office
boors 2-0321, after office boon


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VAN-DFR-JIS Ml Street No. SI m FARMAC1A SX BATUBBO Parana Xafavro

the BeUa Vlat Theatee. f
FOR SALE: Convertible, CadiU
lac, 1951, with dio, vhitewall
tires and A-1 condition through throughout
out throughout for only $1 500. Call from 8
: a.m.v. to 5 p.m.' 3-1 Ml or
3341. Atfor 5 p.m, 3-3069. -J
FOR SALE: Two 1956 Hillman (
Minx 'Sedans. Low mileage, ex-V
ceptipnally jood buys. For infer- j
mjtion call Tel. 3-4568, 8:30 8:30-.12
.12 8:30-.12 noon,-. 2-5 .p.m.
FOR 'SALE:- 1947 Pontiac so-'
dan with good rubber, transmit-
tion recently overhauled. Belboa 1
FOR SALE: Cadillac Coupe Do.
Ville. Custom built at the Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac factory. Equipment, continen continental
tal continental bit, radio, tinted glass, power
steering,- power brake, electric
windows,' olectris seat, electronic
eye, beater,' purchased September
1 954, 23,000 actual milea. Same
' model today -would 'eost $6400,
will uerifico for $3200 and. eon- ;
' aider nice clean car in trade.' Alee,
$1600 letter of credit' on a new
Ford or Mercury, will sell for
SI200. Tm leaving, mutt sell
one. Pleaie-call 3-2447 between'
6 p. tin and .,r'
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldtmobile
4-door Super "88." Hydramatic,
radio, heater. Leaving Isthmus,
Must sell. Albroob 6281. f
FOR SALE-1955 4-dr. Dodge
(Kingsway). Phone 3-1322.
House 8548, Margarita.'
FOR SALE: '52 Hudson Com Commodore
modore Commodore "8" 4-door sedan. Hy-
dramatic, radio,- heater, direc directional
tional directional lights, undercoat. A .one .one-owner
owner .one-owner car in good condition. Will
Sell on terms to Zonian or serv serviceman,
iceman, serviceman, no banks or finance :
cempanies to deal with. Home
phone, Albrook 7201; 'duty',
phone, Curundu 4256.-
FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillac Sport
Coupe, good condition, price
,5345. 658-B, Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: Now 1957 Olds Olds-mobile
mobile Olds-mobile Super Holiday, 2000
miles, hydramatic, power, steer steering,
ing, steering, power brakes, radio, heater,
w-s-w, msny other extras. Phone
Dr. Ralph Adams, Bslbos 6432.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 4-door
sedsn, excellent condition, low'
mileage. Original owner; leaving.
Phone Gamboa. 43 8v
FOR SALE J 95 Studabaker
Champion, good motor, radio,
heater, $325. Call Balboa 6389.
FOR SALE. 1952 Buick Hard Hardtop.
top. Hardtop. Now' tires and battery.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V-8,
four doors, standard .shift. Five
now tires, rsdio. Car like new,
not a scratch on ft. Duty 'paid.
$700, down payment $350.
Phono Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 2-door
sedsn, mist green, new seat cov covers,
ers, covers, good interior end exterior,
radio. Good buy for $425. Clay Clay-ten
ten Clay-ten 4144.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Custom
Tudor Six $1850. 2-2893.
FOR SALE: Lesving Isthmus.
1950 Chevrolet 2-door sedan,
radio. $275.00. Coco Solito 86-
C. Lessor. ;' ' : ..-
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victo Victoria,
ria, Victoria, sngino end tiros in excellent
condition, body in good shape.
Priced to sell, good, transporta transportation
tion transportation at $495. Phono 87-6194 or
see at 4 19-A, Fort Clayton.
FOR SALE:' 1951 Ford like
now. 1950 Hudson duty paid.
Bargain. Phono 2-1235.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fiir Fiir-leae,
leae, Fiir-leae, excellent condition, $1,850,
(Curundu credit!. Phone: Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, office 86-3155.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford Coupe.
Cleae, good working conditiea,
good tire. $285.00. TeL Al Albrook
brook Albrook 3208 or 3185.
Paskase Shippers Moreis
Pbeoe 2-2451 1-2562
Learn' Ridi eg at -PANAMA
Riding Ir JempuN) Clsien 4tiy
3 to 5 p as. Phone 2-2451
- br
' can
OeneraJ Aeest
Gibraltar Ufa Ids. Co.
for rates and tniormstioo
. TeL razuuu S-4SSS
, tr. GDtALDO ft. LIM
Cast Utk Stowrt 8
arrosa frons Lax Tkeatr
Boars f :N sum. U 1X:M
S-.H ta. to .M .m.
TeL rmaasna 2-2272.
TfL rsn. I-lfCl


3 Lottery f a 10 CASA ZAUIO Central
, '
1 I" V
and accessories for ra-,
dios and t.v. sets on
the Isthmus. inyeRSio inyeRSio-,nes
,nes inyeRSio-,nes generales, auto'
'MOBILE, ROW No. 38.
( "TECMp"; QUALITY corrugated v
galvanized sheets, 36 BG 2' x 6',
;,- special -galvanised finish, $1.25 v
4489, Phone Panama 3-5471 or
' 3-67Q7."
TUBING. 12," -58V 34"
4060 and '5050. Alloy, I lb.,
anT 5 lb.. Spools,' 1 lb. Bars.
for Plumbing. LEAD SHEETS
J 18" and 364" thick. LEAD
INGOTS ixei: 3 lb.; 25 lb.f
50 lb., 100 lb. PAN AMERICAN
k-4489. Phone Panama 3-5471-Or
3-6707. . ,
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Hardtop, with poworglide to
highest offer. Green 9x12 light d
rug. 12' Venetian blind, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1 AKC registered
Boxer puppy, 6 weeks, female,
$85. Phone Navy 3732.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Revere tape
recorder, model T-1 1 00, .like
new, $125, Phone 83-2203.
FOR SALE: Duncan Phyfe
couch $75, two metal complete
beds $15 each, two metal dress dressers
ers dressers with mirror $5 esch, metal
vanity desk $5, mahogany book bookcase
case bookcase $8. Coco Solito, 86-C.
FOR SALE. 1950 Ford 4-door (
and 24" RCA Television sot.
Best offers. Also misc. toy and
household items. .5 19 Msnxanlllp
St., Anton, CZ, TV
FOR SALE-Pakhaaa 4,.A N
92nd St. and 2nd Avenue No.
108. Phone 3-0441.
Sealed bids, for opening in pub-
lie, wilt be received .until 10:30,
a.m., 'Juno 14,. 1957, in the of-.
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa! tor bolts; .nuts; J
rivers; washers; and screws. For
further Information and copy of r
Invitation No. S-57-351 con-
tact office of Superintendent ;of
Storehouses, telephone' 2-1086.,-'

From New Belt

ByD.Cr jcLilNIrl'
KP.W -YORK. WEAV- Unless
you wear suspenders or have built built-in
in built-in hooks rt your hips, you wear
a belt. And chances are you have
a brown belt and a black belt and
never give mem scr u.u
Wut thre have been some style
changes in belts, which are conti
nuing. Belt designers ere luievri
back at tne oia ore wing miu,
dreaming vio new treatments of
buckles, new leathers, new widths,
new designs.
Th result 'Is that the belt can
be a thing ot beauty, imiu ou
n r,.it to sail your mood and
suit lor your suit For the narrow-
lnokins ivy look. belt designers
have abandoned the traditioriii
one inch and 1 1-4-lnch widths
and created Vt men oeiia sw
aicLevy SSocminbs,
Btaaal Batk OtW 004 Ira
M4tca krlte. ortn eraroo.
SO Av. tase Ar osroo S-Stl?
De. acBOU. SntBoe CMsspsSlol
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Seeing 3IarJune
Givea at :
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Home Articles ;
5 FOR SALE: Modern fhree-piecr-,
living .room iet, I baby's crib.
Phono Panama 3-43871 ...
FOR SALE: 60-eyele Weiting-f
houte 9-foot, refrigerator, excel-
lent condition; nawv unit? Phone"
Gamboa 438..
FOR SALE: Baby crib, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. House 0855-R,.
Balboa. C,Z. Phone 2-3 177,
Rodtsfir, Motors
FOR .SALE Auxiliary sloops, :
r24x6' 5x4. Leaving, i must' ssH.v
Call 3-2447, 6 p.m. o 9 p.m.
Southern Molhodists
Support Plim To Let:
llcgro Churches In
1 IM t- .. ft.-'
s ATLANTA. Junie 8 (UP) yM
proposal to allow NegrO irrurcn irrurcn-u
u irrurcn-u n onniv fnr membershlo "in-
white. Methodist:- conferences' ii
jrittrantlnz 'Cstronsr- suppor ::
mohg floutherrf Methodists.
. r The ,so-eelled 'freedom tf
::.chaice"';amendmonl,.fe the. Meth-.,
' odist' Constitution opening the way
for integrated church conferences
has '.wen approval by at least five
southern groups., It haa been re-,
jected outright by s Mississippi con.!
'ham. feVv';
The? athendment: was adopted
bv the Methodist Assembly: In
Minneapolis .Mlnnlast vye
and win- Decome a tjpurwi -wuus.
iftwo-thirds of th members of
the,church 1Q2 con.ferepces ap approve
prove approve It. Jven then.; Jt Is a. perr
mJssive-jtneasure which Jets each
conference do -as jtfenooses..: j
. Alethodlst conferences' in Teh:
Kentucky. G eo r g 1 a
Louisiana-l and. Arkansas. X have
endorsed the-amertomeni.
- a Mississinnl conference turn
ed, down, the proposal, ,? then
heard a niBn-ranmng jayfiwu,
n. Harr nntnaBf .of. BlrmlnK-
hahi. Ala- aay lna. speech that
"color does not .define charae
tan maira. a. tYran sufeeriot.
' The-South Georgia Methodist
rinnf nrariPA Thursday aonraved
the plan vby' a vote of 232 tr 132
despite a warning iinai -, wifi
riff nlbWlTJi'i at tTl e
church's -Jurlsdlctidnal setup ,by
the northern iacuon r,.
; f 'if vou;: think they will? he
satisfied v with this-; you"ve ; got
more faith than "V nave." saw
-t.h -Re. Ed Fain of Moultrie :
,Ga.s ''They'll ieep nlbblln tintil
they" envelop us Into a church
that-lctates to us and destroys
. it-i knU Ann.. i.
Ult L1UI1KS wc ijuiu
Get; Lift
MATCHED: Coordinate tie and
belt act it made M wMh-ausd-wear
Dacrea (rioner). ..
aa occaaisaal extreme' 1-1 inch
While the nijority-ef Wits coat

rt, I

Styles 4

. I. i J- Sr
if 4
:- : ...,' if
K $
' '. K
, - a
i i

unue to c ot us teauier pwsua-jtum auk suit, a garnet sports coat,
sioa, there are some latere sUig coats with pi aid luunfs and match match-fabrie
fabrie match-fabrie belts, being msnuisctured. mg cummerbunds. Whea ia Rome,

Ttsere u a unique Dacroa set otiear sua glasses.

belt and saaubiog tie. B e s i d e s
look ins "at, beam ran be washed

essiiy. Sitmlsr ecu are available fancy fabrics wiU be bigfer than
lb lruh iisea and xbr Ubr wrth lots of checks, stripes
snd koi sU also iocUide o-isB4 aovehy weaves. The deep Bnt Bnt-dajated
dajated Bnt-dajated AaixUerciuefs and. rib-type stripes appear to be gaia gaia-socks.
socks. gaia-socks. jug ia favor. Host of these pst-
Bt loerHor continves to h To terns are -d on S'srhite grouBd
r"iri bolt matoriol. For urr-r a tew colored ground en
yv tt f d iot ,?, soLds tto cbsnf white i
U S ir fjm ,jl-tr r f i Hff jvipusr Msf P'Jlh fi
t f f r :b b im i--! fy

IJ .,ir,r.Ta ,7i

- -r vadma'Ia
iawiMIU Ave. atlfl As at. OV
- The best dinners and drinks
t are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
' bar.' .Hotel Intefnacional 'Pla-'ia-3
de Mayo.'- 1 t
ICE. SERVICE. Call before 7 p.m., for ame
day service. Local calls $2.50.
Alio radio', '' hi-fi and gcnersl
electronic rcpsirs. ",
JAHfA'S SALOON (iar fr. Res-
ttaurant -Presents every night,
S-exeept Monday two floor ahows
-'at 9,i0 and 12:30 a.m. Their
j production "Carnival at the Ba Ba-;
; Ba-; his'' is a befutiful show, with
' Constantino, Sonia Zuleta, Gla Gla-4
4 Gla-4 dys Mitre snd Two-Gun Smokey.
. Regular pricea with no cover
charge and air. conditioner.. Ba Ba-hia's
hia's Ba-hia's Saloon on Bnlboa Avenue,
Miscellaneous ;
Rila Ij On Beam,
She Wins Contest
As JMriH
9 fUF)-HMr8. ttiia tjeam pr Lay Lay-tpn.:
tpn.: Lay-tpn.: Ohip; Is ine', ip, a .inill'ion
Or,,1 morp xpcTl,' she Is ; 'Mrp-.
Homemaker of 1957" because of
liaving submitted the best home-making-
idea in one. and one-half
million 'suggestions received ;iin .a,
nationwide ; contosC vT'i' "W.
:r t:.-::;! .(-; I. .- ;r-yr-.h:" 'M
- The copperhalrect 'hoJis.ewife
one ot 40 finalists on-hand for
the ludeinir at Elllnor : Villaee
submitted- winning : l(ea vj for
brightening a child's party caxe
"That (toecial cake for Ju
nior,' pajtty or .birthday,!' the
attractive young .. mother,?of
Throri a-hlldrnn.. wrote, "will, be
doubly thrilling' If., you try this
dellghtiul. stunt: j?
"Press an animal cookie cut cutter
ter cutter lightly Jrito the Icing; then
fill ;in the outline -with tinted
Icing on the t chUd'9 favorite
color." jc', r, .( r;
s r I h .? i' r
'- T Second prise went to snothsr
Ohio housewife, f Mrs, W. H. Mc Mc-.
. Mc-. Connell of Mansfield, for hersup hersup-:'
:' hersup-:' gestion for keeping' lamp cords off
- he- floor by ..looping them over
screw', hooks fastened into the
backs of dressers and desks.
'.. "A--. '.'.... :,:'?.':
Angelea pecame tne nrst-maie
winner in tne contest wiin nis
third-prize idea' of driving tacks
without danger1 of hltting,a fin finger
ger finger by ; using, drinking straws.
Wahlstrom suggested the tacks
be pressed through the tips -of
ordinary drinking- straws. The
tacks can thus toe held in place
with the fingers a safe distance
from thg targetof the hammer
blows.' A ';-'.-.:'.ll i'-
Mrs. .Alfred Droz ot Denton,
Tex., Won fourth .prize and Mrs.
James E. Zumwalt, of, .GrlnneU.
Iowa.: fifth. s.. '. ;....
and-brown sharkskin as well as
the mere uaval polished calf,
pinseal and' alligator .' j
Buckles, which used to- be just
buckles, .are aHw masterpieces.
Many have leather trim. Others
are etched to match the tooling or
border, design of the belt,, itself.
Some are real complex affairs:
one haa apulley and elastic, com
arrangement that practically takes
an engineer to operate. : '
You can set brushed leather
belts, to snstch the 'new brushed
leather shots. You can get elastic
helta in any color, even scarlet.
You can get braided belts woven
out of sparkling metallic thread.
You ean gt Oat elastics with ivy
stripwgs. You ean get anantung
belts to match the shantung insets
in summer shoes.
And one that hasnt chang
ed no matter what belt you get.
it's designed to do a good, job of
holding up the old pants. ;
Any doubts about the Increased
interest in men's clothes should
be dispelled by this note at a
joint showing la the Park Lane
Hotel of mrus fashions by Briont
of Rome and women's fsshions by
Laura Apome, also of Rome,
there were more men in the audi-'
erwe (ban women. ,(.'-,
The fashioFS for men. incidetv
taDy, were nretty wild a copper
mlnratft leaf na ennrto mat. a m-
sports coat a gold sod black shaa-
Advanced note en fab shirts the

Spanish classes conversation,
given by experienced teacher.;
Call evenings, Mrs. Scott, 34

WANTED TO BWYSmall sec second
ond second hand car, in verysgeod con-'
dition. Call Panama 3-3034.
; WANTED: Venetian blinds,
'for. porch, of Barnerbuy Prado
ype building. In fair condiiton."
Balboa 244 1 JV ; ,
Domestic Eniplcytrr.t
i WANTED Dependable house
keeper, must' be abIS to cook.
.8027-C Second St., Margarita.
Want to see DRAGNET? Rent a
TV. Only pennies a day! Call
Formosa Lawmakers
In Shooling Mood
TAIPEI. Formosa, June 8 (UP)
Two Nationalist Chinese legis
lators I demanded today that
their government's warships
"shoot rt out", with any Brltisn
naval ; vessels trying to protect
merchant ships trading with
Communist China..
Rep. Lin Tung and Rep.' Hsu
Tsung-chi threw the' challenges
at foreign Minister George yen.

Amador Transportation Unit Carries

Rations; vYIP Sunday School J(id

To the aVerage vehicle driver,
three-quatrers of million miles
logged behind the wheel during
a' year s time is beyond compre
hension 4n fact. It would take
a single person nearly two years
to chalk up this, record driving
24 hours-a-day a y e r age
speeds. f '"
. A Fort Amador 'unit namely
the 546th. .Transportation ;,; Car
Company (Army), .boasts f tnis
mileage, record annually In per
forming the mission of previa
ing the transportation, necessary
for th efficient r operation of
Headquarters U.S. Army C Wib
bean! at Tort Amador and also
transportation required by per
sonnel in Headquarters Carib
bean ; Command at ; Q u a t ry
Hieghts. '. : v r.r k-
The 546th Car "Company -was
activated as company at Fort
Amador April 10, 1956. Today,
under, the command of capt, yic-
tor ,M. Femande?, the 546th has
an authorized strength of j two
officers and 114 enlisted men,
Assisting Capt Fernandez "are
the maintenance officer and ex
ecuUve officer, CWO-2 William
O." Harris,. .and-' the s company's
first soldier, M-egt. Emory -..o
Bentoni !t--.:i:.;-, v.-
The 71 vehicles operated and
Include passenger sedans, jeeps
maintained :' by the company
, and three-quarter-ton, one and
one-half -ton and two and one one-half
half one-half ton trucks, the larger of
the three mere popularly' re referred
ferred referred to as the "deuce and a
half'- '"-. i' .' v "'"
THiph fSn"" the transportation
priority list are the sedans made
available to visiting cngwianes
and VIPs from the United States
and Latin American countries.
Many of tldrlvers were com commended
mended commended by Mai. Gen. Thomas L.
Harrold, commanding, general,
UJ5. Array Caribbean, last year
for their outstanding perform performance
ance performance while driving for President
Elsenhower's party here for the
important Organization of Am American
erican American -states meeting. Among
others in the party were John
Foster Dulles, v the t President's
secretary, of state; Dr. Milton
Eisenhower, the Prsi ldent's
brother; and Sherman Adams,
the President's special assistant
Again this year, many of the
drivers were chauffeurs for the
visiting VIPs who were in the

Florida Methodists Discuss


Of Meg

Florida Methodists took up the,
controversial racist issue tonay
and beard a prediction that
rida Southern Cpllege may hsve
some 3,000 students ia the sear

future. favor it as a mesas of easicj
The more than I. rij delefstes pressure 1 or interrstion.
to the 113th anausl Florida Meth-i Dr. Ludd M. f prvey, yvfosr yvfosr-odist
odist yvfosr-odist Conference bersa a discus-'old retinrf presidnt of Flondt
sion of a proposal thst res.onsl! Southern CoEeje, told the de'eit de'eit-confereaces
confereaces de'eit-confereaces be given the right to es today a bright future lei
accept Negro churches' in their before the school.
jurisdiction. I He predicted "a coHrfe cr
The clerical and lay leaders are'uBiverwty on Ik uroiimnt of

scheduled to vote oa the propossl,5 000 is a distinct po.baity ia
slresdy approved by the national .years ahead."

Methodist body, sometime oetore

the five dsy conference ends, in HZi the school had 1.-) s j j-Sancisy.
Sancisy. j-Sancisy. dents, two bmlrungs a-nd $

The rsc;al prisi is pre.r'?
(,.',-,--I c" ' '

"FOR SALE: Three-bedroom
house with two baths, living
room, dining, room, kitchen,-two
maids' rooms with bath fr 2000
' meters' of land in Golf Heights,
For information call from S a.m.';
to 5 p.m. 3-1141 or i-3341.
. After 5 p.m. 3-3069,

FOR SALE: Two-apartment
building no dealers. House No.
103, El Carmen. Phone 3-0759. 3
-. REAL BARGAIN: Only, $554
' down payment, 428 monthly,
! .'; one-bedroom cement bungalow,
4 1 0th St. Ri Abajo. PATTER-J
,SQ.N, 36 East Jt. No. 15 near
Manama Hospital, 3-1 114,
'. VMotorcycles
.'-FOR" SALE: Cushman Eagle'
- Tnotorscoeter, recently overhaul-
ed. $90. Call Navy 31 Hr
Owner Of Banish
Gprniin Shepherd:
Plens To Qdl ToYn-
TAMPA. Fla. June 8 VuP) -A
35-year-old woman secretary-plan,
ned today to leave town in order to
remain with her German -shepherd
dog which has been banished from
Hillsborough County for? allegedly
biting live.'- childrem nyi
, The dog, named Ranger, w a
granted a reprieve? from execution
by City Court Judge Bob Johnson,
provided Mrs. Martha ; Allen re removes
moves removes the animal fronvtheVouirtyf
Mrs. ; Allen, who must stand trial
for failing to keep the dog confined,
said she will move ta St: Peters Peters-burg.
burg. Peters-burg. in Pinellas County with
Hanger. (
re i 1 "V 5 '
Canal -Zone .for Exercise CAR)?-
,11 V
Whllp many of the sedan are
assigned permanently to the gen
eral officers at both Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters U.S, Army Caribbean and
Caribbean Command and to the
various general- staff sections,
others -wait on7 standby basis
for transportation requests from,
other'. secUons,Vv- ;
v. More than ,iO()( "inilea; are
logged each year tiiakhig the -weekly
delivery .of The Bucca-..
, neerK the weekly newspaper of
VS. Army Caribbean. ; The i
Thursday night ma goes to
erery Army post In the. Canal f
Zone and Includes a stop at?
' Coco Solo Naval Stations 'i
The trucks oDefated and main
talned : by the 546th Car Cojft-
pany carry the daily supplies and
food rations 'necessary to keep
the troops, at Fort 'Amador and
Quarry Heights fed and supplied.
- Transportation... requests are
handled by three vehicle dis dispatchers'
patchers' dispatchers' on duty 24 hours-a-day.
They take the calls from- the
various sections, select routes ot.
travel and the -type of vehicle
necessary for the Job to be per performed,
formed, performed, and then assign an a-'-vailable
driver to make the trip. t
Responsible for this task Is M-

Sgt Oeral 8. Nicholson, who v
handles the .overall)-' operations "I
and utilization of transportation.
, The 546th also provides three
Sunday School buses ifof the

children each Sunday mornings
A high degree : of pride 1s
shown by the men of the 546th,'
as they perform their daily tasks.
Eafch man- Is assigned a yeblcle
to drive and In addition to his
driving duties,, he is responslbie responslbie-for
for responslbie-for : the first echelon mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of his vehicle. M-6gt. Fred
S. Snyder, who takes great pride
In the maintenance work per-
formed in his shop, is in charge ;
of repair work such as minor re repairs
pairs repairs to engines, horns, brakes
and other operating parts. In
addition, each vehicle is given t
regular 1,000-mlle lubrication
and la kept shined and polished
at all times. : . .
As an incentive to the men as
they perform 'these lobs. Capt.
Fernandes and. Mr. Harris this -,
year plan to present a trophy t
tne piatoon making toe highest.
record during the forthcoming
logistical inspection in August'
.regional conferences oa sa. twe
thirds vote by both rroupv
Feeling here is divided bflwrvn

Flo-.those who think such action erould

npen the door tol nterrst'oa ia
local congregation and those wh9
tpivey ssis wfien be esrre Ee-
o in flrDt. un ynr. r
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ScLn ($e (Comfortable
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StJNDATr JUNE 9, 1957


"" ,ir :.., ni.'i.i ,,, mmwH
Shirley Tatlersfield. ex Philadelphia society bell. now Spenda -five
montht year painting murals en department-store walla.,

NEW ybpif (NEA) '"Oncc

upon i time a nine girinHnieu
Shirley .Tattefsfield t and another

little girl named. Grace K e l jr

matched pinkies in Philadelphia.
Life, hat- out them both on

pink cloud. Only Shirley paints her

own cioua. iier postage stamp
kingdom is a paint spattered
scaffold In department 6tores. i
From her mudpie daps Shirley

wanted to be- an artist. A Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia society -debut," : modeling

career and movie contract didnt
stop her. Today she. is one of the
few women to succeed in the field

of. murals and displays for depart'
ment stores,'

' Behind her success is a strong

sales talk, to convince department

tore executives to use artistic

decor. v t ; nu' 1

- "There's no doubt artistic dis displays
plays displays bring increased buisness,"
the maintains. "A man rushes

through- his shopping and rarely

notices the inside of a store, But
women;, notice. They're interested

in new things the newer the i-d

deas, the more women appreciate
Entering I fine store," she says,
'gives housewives a feeling of
grandeur and luxury they don't get
at home. But the stor- must have

good merchandise and good serv
fee, too. All things being equal, at attractive
tractive attractive and artistic wall decora decora-tions
tions decora-tions make the store more: beau-
tifuL'V :! !f,f.'VJ?j,-a Tta"-tf&.

; Her tales talk worked; .Now. the
Philadelphia society girl spends
five months, a year on her. s c a f f-fold
fold f-fold and figures she walks a, mile

and a hau .daily climbing up ana

: The work Is strenuous and filled
with tension and .pressure; This is
especially true 'when she'wotkf 50

nours straigni as- sne uia to uusii
mural in Washington, DC.
"What; does she do to 'ease the
."I hie myself tovtiie ladies' room,
have a good cry," she says,; vand
go back toflnishmy job."
Her ambition it to have the time,
Cooperation, budget and, inspira

tion to Jo something really monu monumental.
mental. monumental. Whenever nossible, 'she

uses motifs in "keeping with the
locale of the store, whether it's in

Mew York or North carouna

A flair f o r whimsy comes
through in her painting. In Miami
Beach she played up the feelihg
that the city is an "unbelievable

resort for people wishing to es
cape from the believable," '
Writing the directions to the la
dies' room on the i back of hand-me-down
shirts she wears is an

other nersonal touchy. Her shirts

she snitches from her father and
from beaux. She wears them three

or four days and then throws them
away., Her one pair of eight-year-

old blue jeans is a memento of an





Whenever, she -works i during

store noursv her ex-mooei features
and Quick brush draw a crowd.

However, fellow,, workers ? often do

not recognize tier off the scaffold,
They do spot her trademark or

thopedic shoes with built-in arches

and foam rubber.

"Wherever t Co neoole know me

by them. When I go out to lunch

and.feave my snoes,. everyone re

cognizes wipm auu kiiuws i ui
round." :- 1

'Also a poetess, Shirley has hid

poeml published i n magazines.

int- ia' litfld Knu'a rtnr t a ; him

wui uiuc ww j a tww j tv 1 it'o

mother on Shirley's efforts was

anything but poetic: ;

"How tome youcant do that?

She I lust using, an ordinary paint
brush." f T i .- k -


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Jilli llf
5 i x- t

On the honeymoon,, a girl Jikes pretty clothes that ae practical.
too. This aiff has Included casual clothes in cotton corduroy that
h,. nkn wears (left), for hours In the sun,

trimly tailored short-shorts with neat cuffed leav Matching top
is a cotton knit fashioned like a camisole., Her tar coat (center)

is Ideal for all travel from spring to fall. It's wide wale corduroj
with leather trim and big pockets. She wears it with a clochi
that folds easily for packing. The classic corduroy Jacket (right!
Is worn with matching pants in clam-digger length. Under
neath, she has a cotton knit shirt trimmed with the corduroy.

: ,i 'v-h. ....

have been only rebellion against
other -people'! expectations of
them. Out of this.- understanding

we develop what may be our most

important asset to Ann -our alert alertness
ness alertness to the difference between her

dependent demands on our ener

gies and Jier demands to-create

from her own,



In the magazine's fashion sec section
tion section was the picture of a junior
frock made of blue gingham with
white polka dots.. the cap

tion gave us pattern nutnDer ana
its making costs at 96.

Ann, 13. tnought- it the prettiest
dress she d ever' seen. Everything
about it '-its ptiffed sleeves, heart heart-shaped
shaped heart-shaped neckline, the three ruffles
around its. skirt seemed all brought
together'' for the sole purpose of

beautifying-; her. She thought pas passionately,
sionately, passionately, "Oh, if I could turn this
picture dress into It real one, how
hard I'd work to make it how
carefully I'd cut and pin and sewl"
But to her request for the mon money
ey money to make it, her mother only
laid "I'll see." -. v. 1
"Her thought went like this:
"Certainly the child needs a new
dress. But-if she makes one, she
may botch it. Then I'll have
thrown the 5 away. Hdw much
wiser I'll be to add another $5
to the one the asks for and buy
ber a store dress I'll be sure she
can wear."- '.
She was not wise.. Though she
bought the expertly made dres,
getting it gave no release to ener energies
gies energies ii Aim which had been stim stimulated
ulated stimulated by the idea of the other one.
So they behaved just like a river

that's got blocked by a log jam.
They turned destructive, flooding
backwards over her family in days
of complaining, fit of moodiness
and irritab w' r"
Under pi. wan a lytic treatment
a patient once said, "My failures
have beet the result of working out,

other people'! goals instead of myj Roses bloom in Paris on chiffon
own." J 1 drees. Complete bats -art made

Taat was a vital discovery. It of fake rosea, too.
seems to be a fact that failures p
arc- Indeed 6ur tec ret, roundabout. ( The 1 21 red suit ta s soft euf euf-reiefitful
reiefitful euf-reiefitful way of rej'sit etb rant shade U the thing ia flrit
people's ambitions for h our tght now. Wert with matching
withdrawal of energiea irom v. shoes and hat
fort forced on o by somebody )
eies expecutions. I Jersey suits ia the Chanel maa-

- But when in childhood we are ner are frequently worn with orint-

t auowea u naxc real our viuon ot
a dress or an orange crate ex ex-fVert
fVert ex-fVert waroo. then like the atraicht-

fiming river that powers great led belt aed three

factories, our productive power well. ...,. ;
moves steadily forward. ; I
We doot remember that the' Chanel shows suits with knitted
dress and expres wagon looked Jicket borders and, ia some esses,
fanny to the people bo didn't (rocbeted edges.
create tbem. What we cirrr wuh

, -ca : our sueceful experience in; Suits nd mtt of all

working viaions throcga into rri

Back 4n favor for country week-

enda or travel: the ghillie and the

buckled, shoe, both worn with rib ribbed
bed ribbed cotton stockings la a lacy tex

ture. .- i .-. '. ...

Summer beads will come til

three, four or five strands t h 1 1
year. Colors? Turquoise, white,
coral and chalk.

The sheath pump, with pointed

toe and heel, belongs in every,
wardrobe this spring. Match it to
a favorite coat or suit.

Paris offers the umbrella in the

color of the costume to maintain

a one color look. :

Latest- hairdo In Paris is short

and straight with a casual side-

swept bang. A boon to the busy
girl with a job or a house to keep.
Pain shows short gloves for
spring in plain white cotton or kid
and in soft pastels. Some are
strewn with little rosebuds.

' NEA Woman's Editor

NEW YORK "'-(NEA) Mdst
brides are practical about ytt h" e
clothes they choose for a honey honeymoon.
moon. honeymoon. k H
They like fashions that wilf hold
up well during the following year.
Pretty clothes, yes, : but clothes
that can form the backbone of a

wardrobe rather than being rele relegated
gated relegated to the back of a closet.
Few of them buy on .the spur of
the moment, ft They plan their
clothes lists just as they plan their
needs in household furnishings and
appliances. And many of them
think in terms of cotton, the fab fabric
ric fabric that Is now year around. :
Cotton corduroy, in widths from
pinwale to wide wale, is both high

fashion and budget minded. It a a-pears
pears a-pears in clothes for wear from
morning through evening. It packs
well, dry cleans or launders beau beautifully,
tifully, beautifully, is long wearing. '-
This year it's shown in light and
neutral shades as well as the bivid
and darker colors'. It's light in
weight and when it's cut into coats
and jackets, is often lined With a
colorful cotton print. '.

' The fashions she takes on her
honeymoon are also the fashions
the brlda will wear in driving the
car back home, in going to the

Deacn or on long waixs.
She'll undoubtedly pick man

separates for their wardrobe

stretching qualities. And she'll be
careful about her colors, .picking
them with a skillful hand to blend

beautifully. ,;j i

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The bride who protects her husband from the clutter created
In a bathroom by drying lingerie Is getting off to a good start.
This bride ( left does her personal laundry in the morning and
hangs it on a laty susan dryer that fits neatly into the bathtub.
The shower ourtain can be drawn to keep the bathroom looking
neat By .the time her groom returns, clothes and rack are put
away. Pin curia, too, are not for publie view. This bride hides

The new "bride knows fLafherall times, no hairdo will he soft
life is going to be a bit more com-, and lovely. v ; ;i

hers (center) under a pretty shirred cap and looks attractive!
even while she gives herself a manicure. -She looks fresh (right)
and neat in the morning. Here, she takes a minute to arrange! -a
bouquet of flowers for the breakfast table. She has dressed;
quickly: a shower, a dash of lipstick, a fresh brunch coat Her)
groom will be appreciative of her efforts' to make his morning
meat a pleasant one. .

silk blousea this spring.

Paris shows- caaay wide, rrush-

inca belts as

plicated than it was before her
marriage? But she'll probably find

that her husband expects his to be

pretty much unchanged, except for
the delight of having his dream
girl share his home. And it's a
wise bride who continues to be a

dream girl'

Feeding a brand' new husband

and making a comfortable home
for him are big projects f of a girl
who has never tackled a home home-making
making home-making job. But don't get so in

volved with homemade apple pies

nd tastefully arranged furniture

that you neglect a vital factor in

keeping that man happy.

It the man who has wooed and

won you has only seen you on -date
nights looking yeur best it's not
smart to startle him right after the

bonevmoon by revealing just how
you fchieve your glamor.

1 sings are a lot simptet lor in

young housewife than they art for
the girl who keeps her office job
after marriage. For pin curls
are the basis of that hairdo-her
man so admires she, at least, can
set her hair in the afternoon while
her husband is away at work.'
But even the -working wife who
must do her ia-p too at night

doesn't have to spend the evening

The most difficult time of the

da v for the new bridfe to keen uo

that dream girl illusion is at break

fast Since time ia important in

the mornings, she cau't allot too

much of. it to looking pretty.

Every young wife will find it

helpful to own a variety -of fresh

crisp-looking brunch c 0 a t a for

early morning use. They can be

simple to care for since many

come in drip-dry fabrics that can

be swished through detergent suds,

be swished through detergent

suds, dried-and worn again with without
out without touching the ironing board.
Getting up a few minutes ahead

of your husband will give you- en-

ougn time iut a lasi snower,
neatly combed hair and a dash of

lipstick. Then, while he is dressing,
breakfast can be prepared, the ta table
ble table attractively set and you can

join him at his morning meal, look

ing as frein and pretty as you did
when you both .were out on a date.
Incidentally, your bridegroom
will come to the table in a much
happier frame of mind if he does

not have to 'do battle with your
laundry before he can get into the

Filmy stockfngi will t r I n t a

smite W a man's face when they

encase pretty legs. But the Smile

looking as though she'd been act to

ed. There are colorful scarves and 'is apt to become a scowl if they

little mrned caps made Just to are dripping Wet and hit him in

difguise t h o I e unattractive pin the face when he steps into the

curls. .-' i bathroom.

A soft permanent should rive ber It's a clever wife who realizes

hair enough body so that ihe curi-thit it never occurred to the man

lenrtht will last from one hamtxv -to the I she married that she had to work

are arpetri w pin ,N a brand ntxu enfl criminate the necessity particularly bard to be a glamor
jie l.rht a a f e a t h e r. 'for n-'eht! mmm. Niturillv. hpr ptrf And. bflirv it nr mn hpr

; 1, ne "en rarer, s &rr n to Trre are ,rJ Jackets for L'.ue 1 hair anouid be washed at least once loveliness rill be more appreciat-c-s-id
Cat tHetr oa ia.ij.-rsg -: 6 tj :'. -v la week, for tnsa it is clean at ed if be never r.nii cut t

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Although space Is limited lit thl tiny one-room apartaaeat M'
1. .MirAthia Trim mntitur lines ahd aonared- deaixa 11-

ng is comfortable. Trim furniture llnea and aqnonel-tin deairn
.r m ami aniiwtH ut-event Muttered look. Air, cenditlOMT

iiu4.aiid nnh with vindow alll keens alt ireah, eoot

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Today's young bride often must
leave the comparative spacious spaciousness
ness spaciousness of her family home to set up
housekeeping in a cramped and
stuffv aDartment. But she doesn't

need to be discouraged in her at

tempt W create there a comtort comtort-able
able comtort-able and pleasant place to live.
New, modern appliances, furnish furnishings
ings furnishings and ideas are ready to adapt
themselves to her efforts.
No rnnm air conditioners are

better able than ever to solve the
problems of inadequate v e n t i 1 a a-tion,
tion, a-tion, summer heat and excessive
dirt that -plague the email apart apartment
ment apartment dweller.

Units- are smaller and thinner

for easier installation and neater

appearance. These summer units
also are more flexible; they can
be mounted in windows of .various
sizes, in the tipper sash, lower
sanh nr nn a casement.

Some models operate on 115 volta
where higher voltages are not av available.
ailable. available. Automatic , thermostats

conirm u iuu buius.wu
turners have a. push-button device
to iniect air freshener into cireu'-

latins air: removine stale odors.

i Besides iooling' and dakumidify-

ing an apartment in not weamer,
mrf nf thn new conditioners Can

be set to circulate air without cool

inga help at any season 01 me
year Better filters screen out air air-nniipns
nniipns air-nniipns and cut down on the

greasy, acia, soot wnicn is one

a city's toughest housekeeping

problems. : -.

f rom a design standpoint room
air conditioners are no longer tho ,'

bulky unsightly pieces of equip?

ment they used to ne.
One new line is Color Stylejdoft
a do-it-yourself basis.? The com company
pany company supplies the paint in si cob
ors in self-ap t a y i n g containers,
you (or the dealer) simplyvn
screw the air ihtake grill and onn-

trol panel, spray paint tbenLj

the color you want ana put xmo

back in place. -' ,.,Kt

Atnofher tiroblem In a one or two-

room apartment is furnishing ft, .so -it
doesn't look stuffed and over over-crowded.
crowded. over-crowded. Much of the modern med- ',
ium priced furniture is sCaled'J-J
down in alienor small-rooms-Sim

pie, clean lines reduce the nsror 1
a cluttered appearance. .. u-o-.-.'
Where space is rigidly limited,
two or three pieces of good fur- -nlture
show up to finer advahtag
than a roomful. That. sprightly
dash of enlivenin; color is easy to
find among the handsome email -rugs,
interesting draper fabrica
or framed ff;v,:i"?ZJ
With the rapioTlse it "bftoViri "bftoViri-steit
steit "bftoViri-steit nr rnrrelated designs in ei

ery branch of the' home furnish furnishing
ing furnishing industry, almost any hudget- ;
however slim can swing :ronffl
that looks well-planned and inViP

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Many brides win IwMTmM this Vr in tpls where beack beack-Wtar
Wtar beack-Wtar la 4irprtint. Tttia bride pk-ks sait Woven of rbrOmspuai'
acetate and eUsticiu'd rotten. It has the mark-liked bo shorte!
ltd tork-oay straps for auaalng By GAILt DVGAS, XtAi
Waoew s Editor. .

t c(,,rhiHop Mass.. stands a

beautiful white inn under the olms,
called the Publick House It s a

popular spot tor weuuiu8- -fasts
with New England couples.

w EtrMf manager- Louise Cog-

geshaU what type of wedding me-
0 ..... Uaa m-rm two an

fwers, plus some: of the inn I re
cipes for its famous dishes:

UpniH fresh crabmeat and avo-

r.Ao, eiwktalL individual baked

r,i with brown gravy

New England atylej candied baby
carrots, fresh fruit ealad m 0 id
with cream dressing, tiny ,hot

h,itt.rt rolls, coffee ice cream,

small chocoalte eclairs, cou..

Menu: Minted pineapple,' melon

h.l) and strawberries, fresh D-

tr aalad with hard cooked egg

wedges, souffle potatoes, deep dish
apple pie a la mode, coffee.

Old-Fashioned Chicken Pio
Srve 4)
phirken tifitil ten

der with onion, celery, carrot, salt
and pepper. When cooked, remove
chicken and cut into large pieces.
Make gravy with the following in ingredients:
gredients: ingredients: six cups chicken stock;
bring to boil. Thicken with follow following:
ing: following: Melt tablespoons margarine
and add tablespoon flour. Cook
until .thickened. Add I tablespoons
Chablis wine or water. a o a


Fill deep dish baking pan wlfh'

apples generously; quantity d"'1

pends on site of pan. Add sugar "1
and lemon juice. Sprinkle with
cinnamon, nutmeg and salt, -and
dot with chips of.t-tter. Cotar

with flaky pastry, making stre;

pastry is well over the .edge" 'of.'

pan. Brush with melted butter and -prick
with fork. Bake approximkteV -ly
one hour in moderate ove'ii.

Servo with ice rNim

:Tbe shirtwaist' dreaa UV some
form is a sure fashion bet for sum summer.
mer. summer. You can have it ia almost
any lightweight fabric : you ea a
name and in plain,- striped, check checked
ed checked of printed fabric-, v
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' Button la "everr iio from
dime to a silver dollar, are im important
portant important In the Parir collection.
They come in. carved or plain
wood, bone, metal and tortoise
. The printed shoe In cotton is I
wonderful idea for aurora er. But
please wear print with rlaia w
aUh perfectly match? i 1.-..

with salt and pepper. Pouravt

over chicken u 11 u 1 -mco

baking dish br S individual cae"
seroles and top' with pastry--cover ,V
made of: three Cup pastry
1 1-2 cups shortening and 1 table- :
spoon salt.
. Mix well. Add sufficient milk'te
make paste. Bake at 3T3 degreed ';i
F. until thicken and gravy are sizi
zling hot and pastry ia nlekl
browned. -X'.'1
Oeep Dish Apple Fie e La Mode'
Sliced apples (fresh or frozen).
1 1-4 cups granulated sugar, jtfitg jtfitg-of
of jtfitg-of 12 lemons, 1 teaspoon, cinne-'
mon. it teasnoon nutmeg. bineh

salt 1 UblesDoOH butter. "'

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The Legislature loaay upueiu uuv.
LeKay Collins' veto of the I-'last
iesw" school bill and Collins

aged it as a ."signmcau viv-iuijr

This represents no vsouening of

ur attituae toward segregation in
'lorida's public schools," Collins

ieclared when intormea uie ue

Jf the bill to close down public
Ichools if necessary to avert in

"it moroiv mpnns we are o

termined that the agitator and the

extremist shall not taKe over, inn
burs shall be'-: a government Of
laSfr and order and. above U, that
tv4 cherish our schools and all
ti5ev mean tft use he said, v
' aiie Senatcji algo sided with Col Col-Ii(Js
Ii(Js Col-Ii(Js in rejecting a bjll allowing the
bfprage director to et minimum

rejail liquor prices, ana ine xioum:
ciistninprf bis veto of a bill creatr

In' a state board to regulate sa sanitariums.
nitariums. sanitariums. . :
TBut the governors again a m c
oift on the short end .of his efforts
to-" cut state spending by-vetoing
annrnnriations bills. T h

SiMiata nuirkliT' overrode by a 32-4

vote the governor's veto of a $519,'
S59 appropriation to build Natio National
nal National Guard armories in eight cities,
Tha last resort bill, which Col

lins blistered in a three-pageveto

message, had the powenui oacii oacii-ing
ing oacii-ing of Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin
who appeared b e f o r e legislative
committees to "plug for its pas

sage. Backers ot tne Diiiy. iea: uy

Kep. Wiuiam unappeu oi
munsSHl to erf a 48-42 majority

in the support. of the bill, but the
vote was far c'short the two-

thirds necessary, it
The itt would have allowed 25
ter cent of the voters in .an "a-

rea or-ommunjiy .. peuwm- w
the local governing authority to
close tha schools of other public
failitiesi A eelerendtfm would then

facilities A eelerendiim

be held pn the quesUon.-.
Collins 'tnarged .jipt only t h a
the bill was tdefectiye in. its word-

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iyvi Mr,

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ing but that it constituted a "chao

tic abandonment of reason" and

would promote face baiting and

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An often bitter debate lasting an

hour and a half preceded the House

vote, and some members accused
senators of lobbying both for and
againsf the bill on the House floor.

Reps. Ralph Turhneton of Ala

chua, A. J. Musselman Of Brow

ard, Sam Gibbons of Hillsborough

ana wiuiam Maoess ot uuvarted
a hot fight to sustain the gover governor's
nor's governor's veto. Gibbons called it an
ill-conceived, ill drawn -booby-trap."
Chappell accused Turlington of

-not telling the trutn' in his state

ment that the bill, would threw

white teachers out of work and

-give a scheming minority erouo

the best tool it could have to force

gradual integration upon us.M i

; Chappell; also accused Collins o

Demg "alraid'ft to give ta the vot voters
ers voters the same powers he holds 'as
chief executive to close public fac facilities
ilities facilities in times of emergency.1- j
Maness .rcharged that, ''99 'per
cent of the peorie clamonn for

passage of.thU act; have never
read it. When the people under understand
stand understand what the bill actually does,
they hesitat&fThetr. they realize

they are being old a bill of goods.

"The colored 'children w nnlH

have a far superior position to the
white children -under this bill,"

f?eoc sfory on Apage '6

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Copper, Oils, Sfeel

Support Market As

Week Closes Higher

NEW YORKl June 8 -(UP)- p-

Copper, stocks, selected oils.

steels ana miscellaneous issues
supported a market advancff in

the face M usual weekend eve-nlng-up
operations and; the list
closed the week a bit higher de despite
spite despite thre declining sessions. "J.

Late reallzlna; pared many of
the bestgains -but Industrials

nevertheless finished at 505.65

on average, up 1.08 points and

little more than a point away
from its high for the year. Rails
were up 0.00 t 145.01: utilities

off .OS at, -73.54 and the 65 stocks

composite average up .22 at 175,

Oils continued In demand with
Shell Transport a late feature,
the day's ., most active issue.
Shell, along with General Amer American
ican American Oil and Kerr McOee rose
around a 'point while Royal

iwtcri gamea z. Ameraaa, ouu
and California Standard ;' lost

ground on realizing,. ; f
Activity picked up to the best
pace since May .17 with 2,3&0.000
shares changing-v 'hands, com

pared with 2,300,000 on Thurs

day- r ...
Of 1J41 Issues appearing-, 448
were tower, 414 higher, 279 un unchanged,
changed, unchanged, with -56 new highs set
and 50 new tows, ... -. .v ';

COUNtlNG THE MINUTES Bridegroom Paul Moser checks

his watch with best man- Luke Palumbo as they wait for tha

" correct time to enter the church.

Shipboard Romance Lead

To Isthmian June We



' Story by JEAN BAILEY1,

'L Every schoolgirf dreams of a Juna waddine, and when

Diablo schoolteacher Maragem Branham became the bride

of Cristobal teacher Paul Moser,. June 1 their marriage

had &4I the elements of a daydream come true,1., ' v

' Tobegin with theirs was a shipboard romance one

of the rare ones that end at the altar instead oi the pier.'

t t'Paul has been with the Schools Division haSe Canal-

Zone for. seven' years but, Maragem 'whose ;ffrids call
her Qemmie) ad been-Kere only three They thad 'not

met on the Zone however, and when -they saw eaoh other

on the Panama Line ship Panama last September each

concluded that the other was a newcomer to the irea.'
f It still seems amazing to both of them that eaclieWd
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iiav Leen living orr xne isinmus Tor so long 'without

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All ihe world ; loves' y
these lovers and
the tuneful tale ;
of theft,' romance T


Voacbv RChAW RtGKS
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KOW. WE ARE ONE A romance which started on a Parian
Line ship Is fulfilltd'as the happy bride and groom leave the
x. v' 'church as Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moser. J.
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"Their engagement was announc

ed in ojecemoer, ana uemmie s

many friends cave the customary

showers for her. On one occasion

a group of teachers and teachers

wives had planned a shower for

ner, and had been so subtle in their
plans that they found it almost im-

possiDie to get ner 10 me auair.

As a subterfuge, one Eirl had in

vited her to dinner and afterwards
suggested that they drop in on the

family where the party was beincr

neia. wnen mey arrived there,

uemmy saw the guests cars out outside
side outside and flatfootedly refused to
go any further, because she thoueht

she would be intruding. J Finally

she was persuaded and was a gen genuinely
uinely genuinely surprised guest of honor :

Gemmie. who war voted lirT nf

the Year by Beta Sigma Phi Soro Sorority
rity Sorority this year, has led an active

and interesting life.

She graduated from Jacksonville

State Teachers' College, and taught

in several school in various, parts
of the States before coming here.i

Her- last school before coming to

tne one was Anmston Elementary.-
A born teacher, Gemmie
talks about her' work, with great
enthusiasm She has been teaching
third grade, at Diablo Elementary
School and each of those little

third graders is an important ner-

son to her. Since she and her hus

band plan to make their home in

Margarita, Gemmie will probably
teach in one of the Atlantic Side

bcnoois, next year. 1

Paul graduated from Ea&t

btroudsburg .Teachers'' College,

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East Stroudsburg,' Penn.v- and has
done graduate work at Biirkm-ll

University- and West Virginia U-

mversuy, as wen is teaching at
Cristobal .Schoo he is a p arjtime

Gemmie's w e rt A n 9 A-eX

Chantilly lace was maHn hv V in.

cal dressmaker Marie Ward, who
also made the T)nhrr

feta gown worn by her only at attendant
tendant attendant her niece Virginia A.nn

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WITH THIS RING Maragem' Branham and Paul Moser re repeat
peat repeat their wedding ,vows before Rev, Robert Gussefc at 'the

Redeemer Lutheran Church on, June l,
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mony, so that wedding arrange arrangements
ments arrangements and entertaining visitors be

came merged in last week's acti activities
vities activities

derfuL but thankr goodness it only

nappensvonce 10 a weume,'L
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The Mosers have dctided than
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mey wiu spend me summer on the- s

isthmus. They plan to .move intc1
their new quarters, four-familv at,

Margarita, and rtmltp u fw, tnrai :

trips to the interior as, their vaca

P.v. w?UtUT,it'Ait- MlchooK with the issuing of report
il. ? -;By-. ChJ,les J. rd and -other necessary details,
ser and his wife -f .Mrrinfc'.:T.Mt....,.

Island r.m- w:V. :;i"' rr:;&l!T" "l",c l",.aco ."" ucl,,uue l "le iieor aaineir vac

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-AT THif RECEPTION Bridesmaid Virginia Ann Voss who flew from the States or the ere ere-mony
mony ere-mony helps herself t puncr while Mr, and Mrs. Maxwell T. Smith rald"he buffet.' llixu
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TASTES GOOD The tension of the eeremonjr Is oyer and
hrldt Oemmy.aamplej jht Icing f the wedding cakr iih.
'Jamhter-whlls her new kaibani ssxes tis fua.

BRIDAL PARTT Relatives of both thetsride-ar-d tit groom. Tew dQirn for the ceremony.. From left to right are the tnSe'a j

sister Mrs, Margaret Vca Mrs. ChsrUs Moser,,ii Virjinia Ann Vos, the trlde, the groom and Rev. Charles D. ?.'-"",
trclhtx tl tie jro-rw ;"....-..

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th old lady

who lived In
hoe and had ao
many children
she didn't know
what to do? The
face of ten of
her offspring can
b found scat
tered about the
drawing at right,
if you look care carefully.
fully. carefully.
After you've
found the missing
children, uie col colored
ored colored pencils or
crayons to color
the drawing. Re Renew
new Renew your search
for the faces
through the col-'
ors and you'll
find them a whole
lot harder to find.

DEJbAl 'l HIS A FUIlyl Ur W t0 9ayf how d0 ym mnk a person' frtmi n-

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STRIKE-OUT! A Wits Tester: Double-Up Job
By U. C. Kaufman npffiEE. mdn, Roy. Walter and j
Ta8F0JlB, "N TS T Mark, are each nga;et in
l Strike-Out in 7)fQ)(0) two of the following occupations:
the diagram at J 'musician, 'mechanfc, carpenter.
right, that is, rinter, barberl salesmaiu Can ;
succeed In cross- A ftL f fi you determine from the follow-
tag out all of the iJJ IV ta- wWch ar the occupations of
numbers, proceed 7 V, each mint f 1
M follows: o X (ti Th mechanio'wat' divorced
L .Determine the W W'J, from corpenfer-s daughter.-
numerical answer- V 1 ... xnu.r
W each deflniUon. x"v,- 1 ' ?itMr 5' lr
A.s vou do cross l d th0 I.
gram. For to- mecaonto oeoouse as had laughed M

stanc If the an- : 7 '" "" .

swet to No. 1 Is 0: cross out 0 If the answer to T'" L .7.

No. 2 is 315, cross out 4, S, 1 and 6. I!t. Individual yriUr ojten wimiw.

answers may have as many as nv digits. To bowl

a perfect strike, all five answers must be correct,
i .1. There are months in year; ef which
have SL days, ' ,
- Number at th bottom of the clock! r
- S. mat Methuselah became after he was tl years
oldi r-1- ' 1

a. Golden wedding anniversary
- 6. A major part of the aertttera V. M,

Is along this parallel:

having, some fun fun-with
with fun-with -his crimin-
ology-, class, cited
this hyppthetical A
problem; ; J I
- 4"A'maCterlaJ.
. witness ii) a mur-
der case was op-'
erated "on, for a j
serious illness. 1
went to the hos-
pltal to see how
things were go going,
ing, going, i At the hos hospital
pital hospital I was In Informed
formed Informed by an -or-
derly that the op

eration was in Dro&ress.Y He assured me that every-.

' thing would be all right, that though the operation
' was a major one, the two best surgeons In the hos-.
- pltal were .In attendance. Ohe of them was Dr.
Graupel. The orderly seemed to say this with an
; air of great confidence. ... S r
r "When I opined that 1 had never heard of this
; Dr. Graupel, he seemed taken aback, but only for
a moment Recovering his self-assurance, he told

u being conducted before a group of medical students
; In the amphitheater of the hospital. Would I care
'to. see Itr
"1 assented, but confessed that I 'did not know
, tr. Graupel by sight i The orderly Informed me

that I would recognize him by his mustache, for
the other surgeon did hot have any.
"J thereupon laughed at the orderly though I
may have been somewhat rude with him. I told him
that, I knew from one of the statements he had
made' that he could not have been working long In
th hospital. , v -
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Can Jwi answer the Inspector's Question? '- ',
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tnm pn no pan! tin o iq!odtu( q pinoj jr o
vjdo joftm ) nm odfHa Ja euoesans iMtmj

toying with the subject in the diagram below. Thie
ia houf to proceed! 1 -
i i Mount the drawing on etiff paper; then divide it
tnto three piece so that you vMl have two figure

and. a 'portion" marked yAth Various and sundry
dipsydoodles. Cut out the' fact kectiont indicated by
X's, and you are ready to beoinj
By movig the cut-out facet over the dipsydoodlea,
any number of space faces can be made to appear.
No need to stop with the first one object fa to find
what you consider to be the funniest, of course. ;

Door-toDoor Number Check
AFTER you've solved this one, try it on your
friends: ''
How many nines are required to number a row
of houses (on both sides of a street) from 1 to
100 inclusive T ; '
- It's surprising how many will get the wrong
total the first time. v
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Keetfjhe Numbers Circulating Fire atid Ten Trick

f TA carpewtsf od pwr

ckae4- car pom the salesman. salesman.-v
v salesman.-v Waltef kad borrowed 4 4-hundred
hundred 4-hundred dollars from the printer:
' a3Ttnui pae .monies M
TIAA, Al 1U eiueqaaiu p J
Wiljffein vK ')
-lip eat a oaiia qj pue aeiois
-niu eiix '(t) inui ei ( pau

'.ran hi j ii Bui si i usm ei"

isivq iqN pne '() jjb?j job

t -ii f (win m eAau mm o euo nl (8) )udwe "I "lls

yPordSuilding Tbat Keeps You Gmsing :




! : Ls. J pLAOB three erfT-- T I
; ? V 1-24 In each cir- f 13 7
1 1 ""i thi"th ifJ
I Hi I -' numbers in ach J 1
I circle total 89. I I
T Bight of th 11 w I
V s numbers ar al- X
- f i ready in place. I

'Find Words, One by One
OND eight 'words, one by one. Each word contains
I the letters ONE In that order, in the position
" 1. Unilaterally w ONE......
,3. Feeling of solitude- I .ONE...,-..
5. Acts of making amends .ONE.,..
4. What ex-kings are ...ONE.
' 5. Opposite of Integrity ;..,ONE...
6. Writing paper; envelopes, etc. ....ONE.,
' T. Pent up . ' i .ONE,
J" 8. An early phonograph 1 ONE

; saouaouram

TTEEP this Sim-

XV pi trick on
hand for a dull
-moment at your
next party r
Using the
burned end of a
match (make
sure it.has
oooled), mke.a
small V-shaped
mark on the palm

of your hand in a position similar
to that shown above.
Announce to your audience that
you will now change five into ten
i Vrtthout touching the hand with
your other hand or with an ob object
ject object of, any kind.
To accomplish this, place the
hand in question behind your
back. Clench the flat in such a
manner that the palm ia folded -'

"v and the V will duplicate iUelf to'
-. form X. r

o laitiAitiiattnrt

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CERTAIN letUrs hav been dropped
from two key words to th diagrams
above so that fewer than half th letters
of each word remain. You ar asked to
restore th missing letters. Here's how;
To begin, copy each of the letters now
in sight In th empty spaces directly be beneath.
neath. beneath. For example, In the diagram at
left place A in the two blanks beneath it;
E In' the four blanks beneath it, etc.
Then, using a system of trial and error,
Insert additional letters that will serve to

make ahorter words ia th lower diagram.
Trial letters must function' In ad entlr
vertical row. : That; Js, when Inserting a
letter to make word, insert it in th
entire yertical row. It it i correct, It will
serve- tor make a word in each horizontal
row in which it appears. -r -.
It is net necessary to fill In the entire
lower diagram to determine the key word
but it is interesting to not how many"
mallet' words mak up th larger ones.
rara.ii eAivwdnJ jo nuaiaaJlnbtj T mia

. Its Plain Slaughter
MR. BROWN makes a practice
of giving his three helpers
proportionate shares of unsold
- stock. This year, Brown distrib-,
tited hocrs as follows: To- the

first, one-hslf and a half a hog J
over; to the second, one-half of.
the remainder and one-half a hog
over; to th third, one-half of t
what still remains and a half hog
oVer. He had four hogs left How :
taany had he at first?, ; r
: iff mof pnrf pne
xt m "pwo 'n
jo jto ai Hr wl oB pi a
PB03M eq r '0 rli Mtifl c
jo aS SH -6f Ml "fix
in o (os n W n"
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Figure Out the X's
POM th figures that are
given, deduce which digiU are
represented by th X's in thla
problem in multiplication: v '"-.
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ix it-'':
t lx t


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Knory Cooking

ANTTHTNO tastes good If
you'r hungry. But some
times it's nice to know the ln -gredients
of some of the' items.'
listed ,on our menus. .Of how
many of the following foodstuffs
do you recognis th principal
ingredient T You have a choice of
two answers for each. .- ;
, 1. Butter .-y .'iy : cream' eggs ;.
t. Sauerkraut celery cabbage
t. Welsh rarebit meat istees
' 4. Hominy wheat j corn ;
5. Plum pudding v raisins figs
. iCottag podding cak JeUy,
7. Wlenerschnltael i' pork veal
0 Praline .; nuU dates
" 9.'Boreeht : .' carrots beets 1
lft, BouiUabalse meat fish
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Quiz (gcipgswoRP Wisdom from the Wfe

' By tuyene Sheget X
1 What Elah was, f Edom (1
Chr. 1:52-,
A city ef Judah (Josh. 1S:3S)

10 Limited jn decree.
14 Object vlaced in

the breeirt-

Apri-T U-.e r;.s eclors to e.
d.rr..Ti -l r?-0. a t s
w-rne wCl : '. l"rf t-'-i-
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RLlibs to Ponder
Arr.'.TD tuxedo and a
'... h J-f are alike in m-hat

1 plat el judgment ux
IS Declainw
IS inner coat of th Iris.
17-rror. '- .- M
II Tooth: comb, form, t : :-1
1 :-1 Diapatchea. 'I
10 Town in Franc. -. T
22 Commissieaa -
3 Fortify. '
I Malicious firing. ' .
IA How many sons- did'. Abdoa
have? Judf. 1114) v
J S-ebped curve, l
3V Combine. .- .' .--
M Cry of th Bacchanals.
Foot-like ern. ;
3S Arranged and exhibited. -17
r lee icoUoo.) :
38 Cloee tneno.
3 Puy inect, . v
40 Silkworm. 1
41 Stvle of typ.
41 Sped. , .-T
44 5par.
4 V C-urouj alement
4 Pre.
47 CRararteriutiona
is He that is faithful unto what
will receive a crow of lifef
t Rev. 10
M P-.thy sayinc.
M Th orP- ;-
M Aa arcoanel (Jude
11 A priiK ef the Midiswites
J Fibiical river (Deut S-JO
1 otJ Italian family.
el c was a propbetees (Lake
ri A mrrican ari;rt.
S4 .N arrow m is.

65 Beloved. 1
a Expectant desires.
7 Seasoning. 1 :
J : r VEKT1CAI, .... '- V
1 Plain in which Nebuchadnes-zar-
set up a golden image
. ,- Dsn. 1:1) .-.
3 Russian river. '
X Biblical word for cow (Deut
' 7:13) ..... -j-
4 Come forth. 1 1 .
, Place from which Lot Sed to
safety (On. 18:24)
Son of Jerahroeel 1 Chr. 23)

' 7-Preserve.
, Weatel-lik eamlvora,
a Tnhritnrm. - t i.

10 One of the women who min ministered
istered ministered to Chrut iLuk J)

11 Baking chamber. ;
12 Repair,. -. -;
13 Corrodea ;
21 Weep.
23 Course of travel.
2 Donkey.
20 HU wif was DruriHa (Acts
24:24) i
27 Egg-ehsped.
I ft A fallen empire. -2&
Conger. -
IL Son of Shemaiah (1 Oar. 1:33)
32 Concise.
33 Prepares for publication. -Leather
nraccaam. .. -'
3s Japanese ooia. ;
38 Languisher. .
30 Pouch,
'Can 'You Count?
IT X bad as many again, half as
many agaia and two and a

42 Place from which Mephlbosh-

eta. Jonathan's son. was taxea
to se David U Sam. 9:31
43 College cheer.
44 Female parenta
4 Solid: comb. form.
47 Legendary bird.
40 Keeper of th king's forest'
(Neh. 2:S)

50 Excavations for or.

(1 Highway.
52 Sea eagle.

SO Vein iL.)
54 Jetty.
55 Continent -it
And other.
57 For fear that
00 Forty winks.

"VfOU; can't se me for crackerdust," says the crea crea-'
' crea-' I tur poised on the fence above. But Jt's easy
to Ttitore him to plain sight simply by using a
pencil. Beginning at dot L draw a continuous Un
from dot to dot consecutively to dot SL v

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half, I would have twenty coins

la my band. Row many hav IT
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SITUATION: Whit checkers,
. moving up th board, to move
and- win In fqur moves.. Clue:
Whit puts off crowning a king;
- allow Black to capture his man
oa 24. rCaa you tak it from
'. there?
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i BOXEMAND HIS' CHICK-Val, a three-month-old boxer pup, plays big "brothef Water ranch in Colorado- are fcome 8,300 feet above ",

5 1 to the last ol six chicks Drougntimo a New lontnousenprn s a ic9v se? levet ine rancn is neai yre yumureuKu wvmc.

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' tA!MRftW TUBNPO TO STONE' On of the

jv tilS; f fouthern border ,of the state -of Utah, Jht, Indians imaginatively called this ar natural formation the 'rainbow that turned intostone.T

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Caracas, capital f Ven-1

ezuela, is putting ion a
new face. CArmies of bullf
ddzers are shoving aside de demolished
molished demolished buildings to make
way for hew structures! Con Construction'
struction' Construction' workers are busy
enlarging streets arid avenues
to handle the increased flow
of traffic of a. city' on the
move. The government ia
trying to abolish the run rundown
down rundown f'ranchos"" surrounding
th city by" building modern
blocks with" comfortable liv living
ing living quarters for low income
.groups. On the' llanos, or
plains,,' this changeover' will
come much f lateri While
rancho life i& far from com comfortable,
fortable, comfortable, some of the families
'manage to supply their daily

needs ,by growing vegetables I

and breeding fowl. One of,
the 'Victims" of this exten extensive
sive extensive modernization program
is the street merchant. who
'Kqs 4v mYirA rwv An itiA VinvVc

or And a small spot at "the f
rfnnfi nt somri vpoffp house.-"-"1

f, ''",-. Here 'art some of ranches, where living is primitive.'


f Thi ld, bu! active section' of the city i$ one. of iHoie condmnd to' demolition. : : r'v'H

s ArtUons, like this photographer, vp their "flyina ifud.o" near the city ports." ;

EAOC SEAT DirVIlt Back in 1890, when this TT.S TT.S-l.on
l.on TT.S-l.on steera carriage was fashionable, the much
r-il'crd "Utk cat driver -was actually We
"river. The vehicle is on display at YLt'-e of tbe
. ?.r3lx.Si.S.CiC6S0Rga.- Clf.4fea.

filW SKIPPER AT HUM Rear Aim. T. A. Uv Oeft) is be -,r :
command of the Ninth Coast Cuard district 'in Cleveland by C
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Explorer Scouts Rsce From Ocean-To




It's a close race between these twe cayuco crews of explorers as the Atlantic-Pacific race
'through the canal starts front Cristobal Friday afternoon. In the left hand boat are Henry
Lavender, Austin Smith, Rolando-Winberg and Don Rogers, of Ship No. 19, Gamboa, Paddling
the far boat to right are Herman Keepers, David Stanley, Herb Spec tor and Mickey Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, of Gatun Post No. 1J. t J , . C

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The mad dash from' PedratMiffl to Mlraflones- completed, boa crews paddle into the eham.
ber at Miraflores t be locked through for the final battle to be first at the Balboa Yacht
.Club. -, .... --;"-'."-,,', ;, "ITommy Thompson Photo)
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Ancient meets modem ts explorer crews In eayueos derived from the boats used In Panama
' for hundreds of years pass gleaming present-day ships in Gaiiurd Cat. The cayuco crews
were paddling rapidly toward Pedro Miguel locks en Sunday, the third day of their Atlantic
Pacifl race through the canal. . (Tommy Thempsen PhoU)

Story by TOM HICKS r
' You're 16 years old and already
a veteran among the explorers in

your unit. Three 14 year old boys
in your cayuco crew are looking
to you for strength and courage.

It's raining hard and y o u're
drenched while you sit in the stern

of the cayuco, waiting for the

starter's gun at the Cristobal
Yacht Club.

Eighteen other eayueos any

where from 11 to 30 feet long are
lined up on either side and 88 boys
are tensed, ready to go.

It's 3 P.m.. Friday. May 24 the

start of the fourth annual ocean

to ocean cayuco race through the

Panama Canal. All the boys in
the race "are explorers, most of
them 14 or 15 years old. belong

ing to units under the Canal Zone

Council o the Boy Scouts of A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. i

The gun pops, the crew digs in

deep in the water, you try to stea

dy the course with your steering
paddle and still get in s t r o k e s


One 11 foot boat from Curundu

Post No. 7 goes under right at the

start. All the boys in the race

have life jackets, and the three

boys swim witb their boat toward

shore, bail out the water, climb

in and start out again trying to

catch up.

Already the line is stringing out.

Your boat-works its way up along
the east side of the canal 'skirt

ing the shore and avoiding the
regular ship channel as much as

DOSSIOie. -i ":U-T 'r '"' '::

it s a six mile nun to uatun

locks, sprinting all the way. From
a starting time of 3:14 p.m., the
lead boat of Gatun Post No.- 12

crosses the finish line at the, North
entrance to Gatun locks in one

hour, 13 minutes-maintaining

In another hour all the boat

are in, except for the Cunindi
boat which has continued to hav
hard luck. A launch takes the crev
aboard. ;'- 'i
Saturday morning: breakfast a'

5:30 on the beach by 6:30 eig'
. rr : 1 1 : i. 1 1

leen erewi nuu in me xi
boys of the unlucky little Curund
boat have joined fellow e r e
members' in a large cayuco ? t

Post No. 7, which now has a 2t

boy group.
This is the really tough day i

21 miles to Gamboa It's either,

drive through to Gamboa or turn
back to Gatun. j

At 7:10 a.m. you're off. The,

crew sprints hard to get a goodl
. i i i- i i i : I

steady paddling a rapid but reg-

ular stroke.

It happens again two boats

swamp from Cristobal post No. C
and Fort Kobbe- Post- No. 16. But
again, these boys bail out and
start paddling, like mad. to catch

up and catch up they do.
Meanwhile, It's stroke-stroke-stroke,
keep up the beat, never
mind the rain, don't watch the
scenery you'll get behind. Fight Fighting
ing Fighting spirit and staying power, that's
what counts. '
A four man boat from Curundu
Post No. 7 punches a hole through

her hull. :-

The sea explorer ship "Southern

Cross" takes the stricken cayuco
aboard and SkiDDer C.J. Holmes

and Vincent Biava patch the hole

with sheet copper:" The crew climb

back in they have" been riding

meanwhile m the large curunau
eayuco. The rain stop,, the sua
deats upon you. J
' You Cet terribly' tbirstyi All the

water in your canteens is gone.

You signal an escort boat ana asK

"or .water. r-
The bovs in the Cristobal boat

N6..6A have already passed 11

speed of almost five milesan hour, crews within two hours, fighting

Cayuco crews charge through the lock gates att Pedro' Miguel,
Sunday afternoon, immediately after they had been lowered
to the level of Miraflores Lake. They continued their dash 'M
Miraf lores, were Joeked through and sped across the finish ',
line at Balboa yacht club with the help of a strong- wind at
their backs and a fast outgoing tide,"'- "



Lefs g breakfast at I:3 Grady Hesters (right) wakes I
.William Loar for the early Saturday morning start from Gtu
for the second day's ran t Gauaboa daring the annual AMan t
tic-Pacifie cavnc race. Beth bys are explorers rora Sqaadrett I
. 15. Aikreek Air Perce Base. I



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A broken paddle slows down the cayuco crew I'om Ship No. 10,
' Gamboa, but Henry Lavender keeps grimly steering up channel
from Gatun to Gamboa during the second day of $he Atlantic-
"' n tat- 4L An anHiiql 4

jravuiir tunc vw g. j y

through the opening, with o t h e r

. to make up time lost when .they
. You can't stop paddling even to
fat.; The only thing to do is hold
t, a sandwich and paddle. handle in
; the same hand and take a b i t e
' -whenever you can.
' Gamboa is coming r$ and you ve
' already gone 18 miles- Now every
last ounce of push goes into the
In less than four and a hall
hours 4:28 to be exact the first
boat again the crew from "Gatun,
are across the line.". The first four
boats have don? better than 4 H
miles an hour without a letup. The
Cristobal boys, who swamped have
-battled their way. into fifth placev
i f Eyery boat finishes the run, the
last coming in at 1:49.
. Sunday is the day .we go through
' the locks!- At 8:5 a m. we skim
- Into GaillaTd Cut, pulling hard for
- the eight miles to Pedro- MigueL

' We" star have -eignteen -poais in
fh. rfH:i Onlv. two boyS- t a ve

ii' dropped outy so 88 are driving for
I this, finish. The sun is' h i n i n g

V bright-; again,- ; v -V
At r Pedro Miguel,' the fastest
tjhoata make it in under two hours,

"Mit all boats are in- before r 12:00,

: f .noon, so we re in time tor a iock iock-with
with iock-with the S.S.: John tt.SKulu-

" kundis.'' ;--v-vV"''' -'V

' The cayucoa swarm into vn e
lock chamber and tie up just short
of the .chain The freighter follows
' .us m well ,W the rear,. We t i e
our boats; Uy, lines from the .'lock
-.walls.-: v- ' -''--td-
i',The. water swiftly, lowers.;
; Just as the huge gates reach
five feet apart, we dig in and Shoot

boats racing through after.,

. The real sprint, is to" Miraflores

and all the boats paddle like mad

It takes a long time to go through

Miraflores, and we have to wait

for the S.S; "Kulukundis" to clear.

it's 2:00 p.m. by the time we get
the signal and off we scurry in

to, a last moving outbound tide

with a strong wind at our backs

(This is some of the fastest time
of the entire race. The first" four
boats from Curundu, Gamboa, Gat'
un and Balboa cross the line at the
Balboa yact club within 45 m i fl

: What counts is elapsed time,

While v officials carefully eheck

their records, we load out boats

aboard trucks. ', ,.
Capt. Warnef S.' Rodimad an an-nounces'
nounces' an-nounces' the result: Gatun Post No

12 has won with an elapsed time

of 8 hours 33 minutes for the en

tire 42 mile trip. Balboa-Post Not.
3 is second with 8 hours, 44 min minutes
utes minutes and Gamboa Ship No. 10 has

thrd place for 8 hours, 50 minutes

r All- three of these times broke

Gamboa's record of 8 hours 56

minutes as first place winner last

year. : v-"-r---f -. '-V.-'-- r r-.
. r-. Of the eighteen boats which fin

ished, only eight were eligible to
compete for prizes' because they
bad four man crews. The other

crews made the course simply for

the experience and to win a patch

They deserve special credit for

their determination. v.'

The other four man crews in or

der aie: 12-2 of Gatun, 6-A of Cns
tobat, 7-1 of Curunn; in- of Gam Gam-(Continued
(Continued Gam-(Continued on Page C ;


Ne time U eat when yenVe flithtinf for position In the mil
" grind between Gatun and Gamboa the second day of the race.
Ion Korers of boat Nola.-l pMdles and takes a bit of bis
sandwich whenever the stroke brings It close enough.

Eighteen cayuco crews dig deep as they get away from the starting line ai Gatun for tht
wearing 21 mile second day's speedy paddling to Gamboa. Gatun locks are In the rear.


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Marlon Howe of 'Gamboa' reaches canteen of water from the bow llfe8'

bird" to Henrv Lavenaer oi uamoo di huiuii vu i-
Gamboa the second day of ttie Atlantic-Pacific annual event. Front to rear in the cayuco are
fl-.nL n DaIahiIa WinKrir anil Y.a vni1diF -1.-"...

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EveV race against- Mermaids? Carolyn Holme, (left) and Marlon Howe of Gamboa ; Jumped
In to enconrage the crew of Boat No. O A of Cristobal. The boys had vnmp d l t Urti
. ...... .. -,. hnt thia tima had foucht their way back t

In to encourage the crew oi Boas no. d-a vi ris.uDi. uo :;p4T'"
th.i tnt.-r,mhoa stretch of the race bt by thla' time had fought their way back to

iiTin n uH m.m iiirw iiri rii umuuvh..

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Crews of Cumndi boat. M (left) and 7-1 paa, th &. Capt Cook d.rlnf "e cd day
Endurance run to Gamboa. The crew of f -1 1-are Just trn"f,err; b' krJ rlw'
having a bole In the hull patched aboard the sea explorer ship "Soathem Cros

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tofsr True Life Adventures




SYMBOL OF STRENGTH Like a symbol of unflinching faith, this church stands alone amid
a restless sea of floodwaters near College Station, Tex., on the swollen Brazos River. The pic picture
ture picture also well illustrates the force of the floods which, while-causing much damage, have
thought hope to many Texans of an end. to their seven years of destructive drought. y ,.r

The Washington Merry -Go-Round


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WASHINGTON -. Republican t -ok office, this policy.was ehang- iig, a master showman. He has
mators aren't advertising it, but ed. 1 "; v iD'saten his daughter Angelela so


before they, decided to reprove Sen.

Wayne Morse of Oregon tor coin

He hag also discovered that the ladly that she has required plas-'

U.S. Chamber of Commerce wasr-tc surgery. His spies are every-.

paring President Eisenhower with 't ie prime instigator of the change vhere: John Frank, the ex FBI
Dave Beck, thev held a --Policy L claimed that.. the public paly-lian now indicted by a Federal

Committee meeting. The White "grounds around dams and reset- rtnd' jury, wired Trujillo'l pal-

House had phoned to ask that

Morse be answered, and leading
GOP Senators' met to decide what

to do. c r

Among others, they queried Sen.

Alexander W i ley of Wisconsin,

stanch supporter of Ike i foreign

ipolicy. ;- .

"Do you think I'm eraiy?"
replied Wiley, -when it was tug tug-ettd
ettd tug-ettd that he make a speech.
''You're- bunch f iackaaes
You're- lust ivins Morse an op opening.'
ening.' opening.' .He'll hang this right a a-round
round a-round your neck."
True to Wiley's prediction,

Morse hag now scheduled one full-

voirs were "socialistic'

.From Qctober 1953, therefore,
the Bureau of Reclamation and
the Army engineers have i. -not
purchased the land, but acquir

ed "flowage easements" through

land surreuding damt and

sarvoirs. : Actually these

tee for sound so the dictator could

lsten to every word spdken in-ev
cy room. .General Espaillat,
firmer Dominican Consul in New
I York, now on the Ism, is the man
tie State Department wants re-

re1 timed to the U.S.A. for question-

J'g in the murder of Columbia U

ments cost about as much as nversity professor Jesus de Galin-

the land would cost the taxpay- cez. Espaillat is one of the rising
ers; little money was saved. 3ung men among Trujillo'a cons-;
But here, has been the result P rators. The seven Dominicans
jvhen it comes to vacation lands vho robbed the Royal Bank of
or the American public Canada in Santiago could tell you-
Three big federal reservoirs are low Espaillat operates if they-.

under construction: Garrison in, were alive to, tell the story...Ma.,
North" Dakota, Fort Randall Jn I id de Moya, the' ambassadors
South Dakota, and Oahe. w h 1 c h vho has arrived to become am

dress Senate speech a week on r' raddles the border v b e.t w e e n rassador to the U.S.A. but whom

"the morality of the Eisenhower, I orth and South Dakota. -In all tie Mate Department doesn't want -administration."
: tiree cases the Army has been i ambasador, has handled many

- ;.- 1 lrred from acquiring title to but- ci.lrujillo's large investments in
VACATION LANDS rjunding land for use by the pub- i t United States. His pay is hitch
- .,- ."e. . .. ind he earns it. Hector Trujillo,
With summer vacations looming Another result' of the policy has Irothef of the dictator, is official

for millions of .Americans, Con rjen a flood, of demands from President of the "Dominican Re :
gressman Earl Chudoff, Philadel- i rmer property owners who sold 1'iblic. Hfs fife is a paper one.

pma Democrat, is starting a con-1 nd to the government prior yto J e uves .wun his mother, is sup-
. i i . i m. I 1". 1. li

gresionai proDe oi ,isennower jseu iq ue very reugiuus. nas a
Dolicv resnrdine recreation SDOts.K-Thev now want to buy their land JVyear acquaintance, with- the

Specifically he is looking into the tick at bargain prices. Bills for daughter of an ex-marine sergeant

fact that areas around the big t is purpose have been introduced ,wno helps run the island.- i .Ra-

dams and reservoirs owned by n Congres by Reps. Frank 'I- fel Trujillo.con of the dictator,

Uncle Sam are no longer set a-J -rd (D., Tex.) and Phil Landrum u chief of staff of the air force,
side for recreational purposes,, but O., Ga.);' also by Sens.He nr y t handsome, conceited, unattrac unattrac-keDt
keDt unattrac-keDt by private interests. ,.V.A j wrshak (R. Ida.) and S t r e m t've playboy, a great disappoint

Harold Ickes,. the., Old curmud- .Thurmond tvJ.j i.e.) ? ., nent to nn tctner, but great ad-

- v I'irer of ine love-making of,Ku-
"DOMINICAN-GO-ROUND, :, trosa. T.Flora de Oro Truiillo,
" -M daughter of the dictator and a.
Congressman Brooks H a y s of f 'lip off the o'd block. Is loud.

rkarsas recently be?an -c'osed-jbooming, can swear and tell stor-;

ngs on the bloody opera- .133 lke her father. ;

'These are a few of the weird,
cast of characters who h a v
made the Dominican- so- Calltd r
remiblic one of th fnojf terror-
ridden places m the world, and.
have extended start of their tr .'
rer to the U.S.A.

peon who served -as Roosevelt

Secretary of the Interior, and OS"

car Chaoman.- his successor under

Truman, acquired the land around

federal waterways. Naturally

when the covernment builds a dam Voor" hearings

or improves 1 waterway uie iana t ons 01 tne Diooav oictaior 01 uie

around jt becomes more valuable, 1 Dominican Republic, Here are
and the Federal Government took fome tips he miuht, probe regard

auvUHBie OI lllia increase.- uiik tuuuiiy iuuiiucu uu icuw

Cbudoff'a preliminary probe, which hfls had the blessing or ct-

however, has found that' on Oct. tiin high-plaeed Americans.. The

12, 1953, nine months after -1 k e dictator nimseu is suave,- cnarm-


BALD FACT: THEY DO NT LIKE lT-Blon4e, long-tressed Mrs. Patricia Smith, left, of San
Francisco, Calif, loses her locks prior to making like art eight-ball in eonnection with premiere' -of
The Girl In the Kremlin." Daughters Janet. 2. and Roniu. 2. rihL fuu ta nt

in her shorn eondition. Mrs. Smith will wear a wig when she' not tpearinj publicly in.cea

' Curfew!"

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:c DC Traffic Horrors
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Well, I came to Chapel Hill, N.C., to !n !n-,
, !n-, made it again. , tulge in the murderous sport of
frjiave been. to some wars not licrose. in 4 which the only house
Of my making, and I have encount- rule is against carrying weapons

, ered angry cow eiepnajits .ana ir- ever i5 m caliber;' ; ;' y"" ; -r
ntated 4igers, and 1. have e y e nj There : were about'- 40 'Indians,
. driven on North Carolina roads end as a- lark -the local jubilant
- and survived. -- .set 'got all the -Indians drunle off
'. 1 have ducked gypsy carts in ( range County.i white Jcorn likker.
S-ain, and have attempted to stay The, Indians Were killing each oth-

eveii oripiung .gin wnn we ivuyni, r in ine streets ana mining eacn
Navy, r have flown New Guinea, ether, through plate glass windows
-in single i engined aircraft, duck-f id uttering wonderful warwhoops
, irlg through mountain passes, and t trough bloody faces. ,l
"have invited the anger of large That is how I feel about Wash Washwomen.
women. Washwomen. r. L iigton:. traffics. The Indians .ttt
. 'r But t have never 1 known sher lose, and the- horns make ; war war-terror
terror war-terror .as I have known it in vhoops, and the sidewalk does not
a Washington",, trying to Might myiaure safety. Occasionally y 0 u
way from the Daily News build- pet the feeling having been
ing to tnywifeV folks' home irt fjmebody else in another life, and
h Chevy Chase. v f know my name. It is! General
' It should be against the -law in ieorge Armstrong Custer,- and my

wasnington lor people to drive aui aqdre$sir Little Big Horn..



tomobiles,; especially : automobiles
, with Virginia, hcensevplates. Just
as this, is; the seat of government
for i.the. o JVit is also! a- large,
busy insane, asylum; peopled ; ; by
ma niacs in two-toned 'cuaill
Nobody Walk in- Washington. :
Everybody hasat least two cars,,
. and I, flet the distinct impres-,
'"ion that each' Wan is driving
y both vehicles at once. M a y b
f they have i laws here, but they
. haven't get any keepers. ...

inr lanes or tramc -weave

I remember- Paris 'in the

spring, and the shrieks of the
dead and dying as the taxis
mowed down- t h e pedestirant
and I have seen the joy with
which Italians knock off friends
and relatives in the Mille Mialia.

but they are all a bunch ef am i

ateur assasins. Washington has
the championship,: and it's no
wonder Ike needs a helicopter te
gel to the airport. It's the only
way iie can make it and live.

I have" been generally, confound

v and zig and sag and stop short ci by traffic in such places' as

wn m oimes. i ney cnange i.ew it or ani pe liny Carolina

.the legality ef the riahta and'

Jeffs according te the hours, and
'trying to avoid murder; w h i I 0;
i reading the fine print Is a car-

tain ticket te suicide. 1

tiwns which have made the roads

1 no chess boards, bo that you are
t ;busy reading the markers on
tie concrete that you don't have to avoid running over or: into

' AP- impossible, to get a peasant, who Js tooling along in
from here to there. You start out a large wheeled agricultural mi mi-for
for mi-for a destination two blocks digi t'line, or embracing the back, end
, tant and wind up in Baltimore, be. o? a mountainous truck, i -
- cause this arrow says go thata-i But Washington is the top for
.7 vy and-the-other arrow says confusion -of'-traffic, as well as
- atop, nd the other says no turns' confusion of thought.
r 5 M. ni f other sayi go'; It is $ -o'clock and time to go
' straight up, andyjthe other says home, and I don't think I'll go. I

vuoun uuucniuuiiu, ana me xwu m just sit nere ana starve to
. ne says. sell the. car and buy a feath, which will be apt to lend

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JAM SESSION It's no surprise that-the sound coming from fhis horn- made from an ele-
phant's tusk has been likened to the trumpeting of an enraged elephant. The 'musician" is
.Madubtr tribesman; giving out with hot licka at-LeoooldvUi. B,r-

WalteKWihcliell In Mew Ybrls


Kav Kendall's- f oreeous sitter

Kim may beat er to the altar. He
is Boston socialite Paul Brine.

The Club .Romance crowd say the
date will be decided this week

Porfirio Rubirosa is going to

work! He's the new Executive Di


11. inntror 1,-f. hn ht-.tx r-. T?rtor vof thft Doauville (Mia mi

l remember as youth in col- recticut Avenue, underpass or no'Eeach) Basil O'Connor, an im im-lege
lege im-lege that a flock of Cherokees mderpas. : j : v .portant member of FDR's team;

wiu do marriea to nazei noyau ot
lWarm Springs, Ga. In mid-June

- i

v t i ct :it

- e uere .. ; Auiat oicvciiavn irm iuui

' I j he Belgian Congo next month with
1 1 Paula Pargellis; Arthur Bfis-

line's daughter Alice has her fun
.11 decree. She will next wed an
;i 'rcraft"- mfr Perhaps tomorrow..;

he Colony was Fouad Arsan, the
Egyptian ConsuL.Mickey Cohen's
arm decoration while here was.
stripper Arlene Stevens, ""The Oy
ter Girl" .. Joan Crawford's ton

is at -N.Y: Hospital. .; x$ &:

Mafer Speed Chandler's faver
ite Captain's Table companion is
starlet Dianna Darrln..The Sam
Walls (he exploits Holly weed's
Villa Capri) expect their eth Im Image
age Image in July. Mrs. Wall is Barba Barba-ra
ra Barba-ra O'Brien, former "Our Gang"
starlet.. 20th Century-Fex execs
are overjoyed about "Hatful ef
Rain"..Hat model Addie Blwm Blwm-Ing's
Ing's Blwm-Ing's aensayuma kept her from,
getting angry ever the ''Practi ''Practical
cal ''Practical Joke" linking her with a star
she never met ..Jacqueline May,
seen en the "Medic" and "Line
Up" shows, merges with actor
Paul Serensen Sept. 12th In Fla,
t.Cinger Rogers' estranged hus husband,
band, husband, Jacques Bergerac and star
Lis Scott insist the bust must
have originated with people whe
Just Don't Know .. Lynn Bret Bret-ton,
ton, Bret-ton, English song bird, and
Charles DeTemple, writer,
will wed and honeymoon in Lon London
don London in. 2 weeks.

. Rita Hayworth's capital. sains

i : .. ; wi-up iDecKwonn torp.j couectea
Mrs.' Danny Arnstein's divorce, M million dollars for her via 45

settlAment from tha taxi tvroon'P.C. Of Sadie ThomDSOn." She has

was almost One Million . .Janet jtie same deal on ''Fire pown Be--Jit guided by Connie B.Gay. ; He

laccar''w- to pick up another milt ; ,, .ivas one ot rufl't ghosts on farm

Lex Barker's 'Interest In Ann
Duggan, ex wife of Tom Duggan,
the H' wood commentator, means
hat he has accepted the "defeat"
he fought so bard until Ann came
along ., Virginia de Luce, the o o-rlole,
rlole, o-rlole, and Hayne Elba, Internation International
al International Paper exec, are a new idyll..
Handholders at Rattazzi's: Cliff
Robertson, recently in "Orpheus,"
and Jack Lemmon's ex wife Cyn Cyn-thia..Tommy
thia..Tommy Cyn-thia..Tommy Manville and Charles
Barnet aren't the only showbiz

names who married 10 times. Co Comic
mic Comic Paul Gilbert Just merged for
the 10th time, too .. Carole Jean
South worth, dauehter of the one.

time Braves and Cards manager,
becomes a bride tomorrow. He is
Army Lieut. Edwin. Brent Lisa

Kirk gets "Person to Person'd"
Friday eve Mr. and -Mrs. Phil
Silvers cancelled their Roney-Plaza
reservations on medico'a order.

The baby, may arrive about the
39th ..They made Ed Wynn's hair
graver nn TV lia'il inn. .1..

Us'. kl. 11.1

jimmy Dean,' the ne TV star.

Cavnor'a ."face" had the Baccara 1

bunch siehinst Edward Mulhare I or ma Crane. ; who was sister tieecbes in the 30s .. Montreal'

(Rex-Harrison's understudy) an diwoman in 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.Wghest paid cafe 'Canary, -Chris-


) TRADITIONAL RITE Eight-year-old Ahmed Rashid washes
the feet of his sister, Sultana, 7, in a cleansing rite before enter
lng the Muslim Shah Jehan Mosque at Woking. England. Wear- -ing
the Pakistani national costume', the pair took part in the
festival of Jd-Al-ntr, marking the end of Ramadan, Islamic
anonlh of fasting. Ahput 100,000 Muslims live In England.'

. ... wiuia. viwcib anu in&nuct icHucu uaiicer la me XOllieS,
Rojas, her estranged groom, will ii a contender-for the 1 e a d in
reconcile..The Harold Hayes (he's West' Side Story,' due in the

r.nnir' ttrmmm am in fail J ami u.m i. .u. .

tars suupping iur Augusi..ijoncert Vt career- im ureenwicn Village
musician, Gil Barrett and Yvonner i) Star Mary Martin's json. Talent
t ie calypsoloist at the Jamaican expert say he has it Fashion1

itoom, ii, act like it'U last forever; tycoon Andrew Arkin, a bachelor,
Ink Spots leader Chas. Fuqua's jhaa a unique hide away on Long
ex wife may demand he be jailed Island Sound. A Converted lieht-

I'm. connected. oyer an alleged $7,000 in alimony (house' complete with hidden room

arrears .. Kim Chans, urettv UC-U. Jul Core? landed the Anl a.

LA student, has caught Marlon's itaire lead-in "Lady Be Good'

eye. fv'",';-; .---''4

at The Colony 18 years, now owns

the smart Imperiale (on E. 44th)
alone .; It's a Girl for the: John
Aliens. He's the actor. Mother was
Mary Stanton of "Pajama Game"
.. We reported that Sinatra may
retaliate by having the "P r i 4 e
and Pasion" ada cancelled out of

Look. He wires: "And. every pro

duct -and turn
withfV-.' i-'

show, far out in front, according tat The Milton Berles are v hoiiKe-

ticket brokers. No. 2 hit Is ''Bells Binung In Mew Jersey. It will fea fea-Are',Ringing.'r
Are',Ringing.'r fea-Are',Ringing.'r No. 3 ,"A U n 1 1 "lot of TV seU" threatens
Mime." "New Girl In T e w n" Wrs Berle, ."so Milton can watch
I . f . . . 1 1. 1 'II I ..

(via parues; is rvu. .. uvuf r air- uiuer comics auu meraseives

banks, Jr. and bis famed .m u s.

tache are divorced M.Sam Gold-

wyn may cast "Porgy .and Bess"
with people entirely new to that

ine aaievepost is gatnenng a
Vparter on Phil Silvers.. Atlantic

Jlonthly mai's article 6n Boeart

i iciuaes this typical Bogie com

classic Warner's veep R.- Tap-,nent: "She's my wife and nurse,
linger and model Mara Austin si she stays home. Maybe that's
made-a chomming couple at Hap- tie way you tell the ladies from
sbura House..Betty Georee's new tie broads in 'this town!" The

distraction is Chas. Evans If.I egro air force officer is no longer

Joanne Woodward's going to mar

ry Paul Newman howcum she's

having all those dates with play

eht Gore Vidal?-.. "Hac-ov

Hunting" cast members Say Ethel

Merman and Fernando Xamas lust

scknowledge each ether off-stage..

Eddie white, who wrote the song,

a role in 'No Time For Sereeants.'

T. is played by Harriet Shepard,
wife of the hit's atar, Chas. Hoh Hoh-aian
aian Hoh-aian CBS laid off nine TV stu

dio managers td make room for
men who Jiave legit theater ex experience
perience experience M NBC and E.. Xovacs
will let It fade .. Ex-Big League

which will tour the Rooster Circuit

k, Sally Rand's reason for return

ing to toe girlesk grind: Tax. prob-lems.

Lester .Xain and his band will

wear knee breeches at the Tiffa Tiffany
ny Tiffany Ball in Newport July 13th. The
scene will be the old Vanderhilt

home, The Breakers, and for the

conservative socialites a nice
change ef pace from the Jazf Fes Festival
tival Festival .. Cong. Adam Clayton Po Powell's
well's Powell's wife (Hazel Scott) okays his

now and then first-night dates.
The cluck cluckers in Harlem

thought they 'had "something"

when he took the former Mrs. Be-

lalonte to the "Simply Heavenly"

premiere -Wendy game, TV star,
and wealthy Texan Dick Fender

may eiope j carrolle Drake, a
fetauf, has gotten over her ehatter ehatter-ed
ed ehatter-ed romance with Billy Eckstine.

player Hank Thompson and his
Her new beau is West Coaster
will tell it to a Magistrate. ,
wue have parted, ,. t
George Hyman.
. .
. 1 1 :
Hi I
" f ?

jiippiness street, and sua wife


David Stanley paddles In his pajamas, during the three day
' Atlantic-Pacific cayuco race- through' the canal. Fellow crew
members of the winning Gatun boat of Post No. 13 are: Her Herman
man Herman Keepers (left) and Herb Spector. Not shown is Mick';
- ,. Cunningham.",'-;: 1 c ..
: j Explorer Scouts. Race

f (Continued from rage sr '

: boa' and 9-1 of C r t t o b a Y.t The
crews which were not eligible but

made the race anyhow were: 7-3
v of Curundu, 6-B of Cristobal, 3-2 of

' Balboa;- 45 of AlbrooK Air orce
: Base, 18 of Fort Kobbe, 9-2 of
Cristobal, 12-3 tof Gatun, 8-L and
1 8-2 of Balboa and 10-3 of Gamboa.,

xue wy uctta cue, umuu-u-
man Keepers, David Stanley, Herb
Spector arid Mickey Cunningham;
Balboa Steve Gorham, Eddie

a "V

Dofan, amea iBradley; and Frank
Townsend; Gamboa-- Henry Lav Lavender;
ender; Lavender; Don Rogers, Rolando Win-

berg and Austin hmitn. --'So
'So --'So i- yoit swear .you'll never go

through this ordeal again. Positive Positively
ly Positively never not even for money.
But three boys have their eyes
on you. So, about this time next
year, where do you think y o u'll

be? wen Kayout next .year

you re going to nave two canteens



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Fort Kobbe explorers bail oat with hats and paddles after

wamping their large boat la the channel well out from Gatun
' on Saturday,; The boys successfully bailed out and got back
k in the race. They had borrowed the boat from, the 2Qth In In-r
r In-r f antry's Intelligence and Reconnaissance. Platoon, Crew mem-
hers were: Charles Renta. Jart Vineyard, Jack Wood, Tom
' Hicks, Frank. Todd, John Fortune and Sam ZoUicoffer r

I ;

In the stretch, flghtinf toward the finish line are the winning'

crew In the three day Atlaatic-Pacifie-cayuce Tace: (l te r:
, IlrrmUrt Keepers, David Stanley, Bert Spector and Mickey Cnn
' Aingham, of Gatun Poet N. 12. Tbey completed the 42 mile

.coarse la I bears 32 mlaates eiapseo lime.

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99 .-v' 100 7Z7 oj 101 777 T5T "T 777 Tot 105 Tt"
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59 Obscure liSeV-Minln'f
60 Wing- ''' refuse-,'
61 Of the t 107 Check
v shoulder ' ered -,"63
Empty '( 109 Thrice fc
out "' '' (muslc -6
Nothing illCubic j
66 Resum '. meter "
68 RecouhU "' 112 Within'
, T0--Hydro- ; 114 Shining
. carbon", 116 On
. ," from -f shielded
conifers .. side
72 Plod 118 Awn ed

4.Venom 74-Trim "Ti R 123 Acting
j '-. 77 Regrets" ; promU
!- - mMu,' 76 Of the ... 1 nently

26 Restrain breast- 127 Cry of -9T
luln hnn :, av". bittern

29 Anger .; 61 Temporal t 128-rVisible ;
30 Beverage 64 Mother of to

" Eurepeea
- shark

33 Scotch

-; griddle
-'.ke .''-' ..
33 Mature
36 Use'

39 Appoint

1 Monks.
5 California
'f t surf fish
10 Unburn t y
15 Caution

1 19 Augur -(

20 Wading
' bird
21 Rustic -:
22 Ridges oi



peart jiaked

87 Pronoun": 1 ... eye .-,
68-rIn toxical 131 English
ing '... college
liquor town ?
90 Have i;-'i ;lS2 Polyne-
control ? sian
"9I-Fruiting v : Chestnut
vspik 133--Anes- v

41 Full of-" of-- theUc v

' s earthy train liquid

V depoaU : '- 93 Foment 134 Combine
43 Palm :t 95 House '135 Bristle
47 Dogwood -97 Footlike 136 Persia
' 49 Cover 98 Child of 137 Full of
51 Mongrel the-. under- ;
4.Numbtr fA SU 'ii' around

54 Tiny-. "V: 101 High : 138 Doctrine
57 Appear mountain ; 139-AUow-
." large And 103 Thus-: ?! snce for
: indistinct "104 Dolts V, waste"

;-'l' , VERT1CAI. w ,
1 -Syrian ;r 36 Pickled 80 Card game
bishop's bamboo; 82 Conical

. 2 Imple- 37 Dress - "4- colled

V- ment t 'material l- thread. ,-
, 3 Heathen itV-DistrlbU" j 83 Rodent j
. dltv i 1 Hon -M est

' 4 Late In r 40 Absconder", 85 American ry ry-flowering
flowering ry-flowering 42 Walked snake
sV-Fragment 44 Disap- 66 Cancel ;i
Chatters pearance 89 Aim
7 Estimate 45 Waxy 9l Spread .1

8 Emmet i. substance -,'.,, gwuut f .'
. 9 Having r 46 Tarsus ' drying ;

purpose' 48 Varnish ? Amuiec t
10 Poisonous -.'gum I "s 6 Iris l
' substance 50 Enlarged'! .--98 Concern
11 Swarthy '-, 52 German 100 U. S. coin -,
12 Spoken. -fiJ',- cereal : 102 Device for
13 Place -."grain- tr. public pun.
where 55 Viscous 1 " 15 ishment
' bread llq'iidi. 105 Employer
made 56 Anchor .' 107 Starchy '

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15 In very. 58 Forth-' 108 Platform
"difficult 61-Swayed 110 Unkeeled t-

position "62 Rekindles '113 Gentler -Adrift
V 64 Dried "115 Asraln


16 Adrift

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64 Dried


id R bird v' tT Miatudre 117 Bootlace Y:: i

25Love god 69 Firmness -'118 Shelter, ,,'.k-.
28 Plant of 71 First ,r ;119 Loud t i
'-'' cabbage ' known '' sound VS
' family t vegetable 120 Whit ' ,f

V stone for - Vermont 12S-7Revolve :i.
" October ,-4- 76 Fabulous -124-Brain
33 Some- herb ; canal
thing '( i 78-lndian 'J? 11 Observe ? ..

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GREAT BRITAIN'S DECISION to relax: trade, re restrictions
strictions restrictions against Communist China is clearly a
' development of world importance. ;
Reaction to the decision in the United States and
' other Western countries indicates that the Red gov gov--
- gov-- ernment is being given a chance to .work for general
"diplomatic recognition. , ...
The relaxation,-and the reaction to it, seem likely
to bring closer the day when the Felplng government
is admitted to the. United Nations, -,
'' Whether, as -some experts believe, the ties be-'
tween Communist China and Soviet Russia will
be loosened remains to be seen. At present Red '
China must depend on Russia for most of 'the
. goods It needs,-,---. - --,.:, ,--
. Just how far,, and how soon, the trade relaxation
? develops into a. relaxation of the diplomatic boycott
of the Peiping government depends on the Red Chi'
nese leaders themselves.
If Mai Tse-Tung and Chou En-Lal, the two big
leaders of Communist China, play- their cards smart smartly
ly smartly It seems certain that they can capitalize on their
. present victory. ..'.'
, First, and most important, they will have to ..
convince the United States especially that they
have no aggressive alms.

. ... n.. i i i j. it, 1 1 ...ij r. .

hub menus uiat uicv will uie u aire eviuciice ovuvca. i

that they wlll not foment a new war In Korea and ; - o ' i '.
that they- will not encourage any aggression by Com-,- Several local labor leaders left weekend bound for
munist North Viet Nam against American-supported Washington where they will appear before, congres-

Bouttt yiet Nam. They will have to renounce any am- sionai committees. i

O LOCAL-RATERS ON the Zone who are union mem-, THE BROOKLYN DODGERS and 'New: York Glanfs
bers received some cheery news this week : which ; "have no commitments" to move to the West Coast
may .be the solution to their housing problems. or to stay In New York," Mayor Robert Wagner said
In conjunction with the parent union of AFCSME. Tuesday following an hour and 25-mlnute conference

CIO-AFL. local charters on the Zone will faecrin work, with. h .)iih nuifr ..!?-: ;..:.;-' -.-

ing out details of the new housing project, proposed
by the Trans-American industries, a Panamanian.

with the clubs' owners.

Both Dodger owner Walter O'Malley and Giant own owner
er owner Horace Stoneham Indicated that their decisions to
leave New York or stay here would depend upon the
events of the next few weeks.
Wagner said the Brooklyn Sports Center A u --
thority project still needs further study and V at
' the Giants' problem, which Stoneham descri: f ;t
"., as "more parkftig space," will be studied by the
office ; of Manhattan Borough President Kalan
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O'Malley' set no time .limit on his decision, but did
say, V If it's the same In six weeks, I will become even
more discouraged than I have already." :
Five Yankee layers were fined $1000 each by the
club and a sixth player, $500 for becoming Involved in
a nightclub altercation two weeks ago:
Hank Bauer, accused of punching a patron in the
nightclub last May 16 and Yogi Berra, WhTtey Ford,

Mickey Mantle and Billy Martin were tinea siuuu eacn.

bitlon to attack the Chinese Nationalist stronghold

or Formosa. "i-"V -.tM v-t.' -:
- The Chinese Reds also can help themselves by show showing
ing showing their political Independence of Soviet Russia, -Actually,-
they, have shown, this airly plain,- They
.supported Poland in its successful revolt against Rus-
aian domination, .' ; 1 , ;
Fragments of a speech which Mao Tse-Tunsr made

In Peiping in February, In which he criticized Russian

are -still leaking Into Western

policies unsparingly. I
newspapers, j.. , j

The -chief Western allies appear to be making a
aeries of moves aimed at improving their relations
With Egypt. '..-' -.'-''i '' 4
Britain has released, $16,800,000 In blocked credits
to permit Egypt ; to get some badly needed goods
- which British dealers had contracted to send to that
country before the Suez Canal crisis started. 1 t
, It is reported that the United States in nego negotiating
tiating negotiating to release some blocked Egyptian credits
also earmarked for nurehase of roods.. 1

- France, though stil bitter over the whole Suez si- ft

iuauon, is reporiea 10 oe reaay to lonow tne lead jor
Britain and the United States -and permit Its ships
to resume using the canal. .' s -e t
' On the surface, all the moves mentioned seem to
constitute a victory for President Gamal Abdel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser of Egypt,' who caused an explosion lr. the Middle

The. Bagdad Treaty against Communist penetration

i uic Auuuie aasc-nas maae a remarkable comeback.

concern, and financed by the union.

Early in the week two of flcials, Arnold Zander, In International
ternational International president, and ills legal counsel, James
Carroll, arrived on the Zone to confer with the hous
ing officials. 1 v -.(.,
Before leaving, they made it clear that the plan,
had their whole-hearted approval, and that now their
report would be submitted to the, top office for final
Local-raters who are union members will be entitled
to apply for the housing, which will be low-cost, pre prefabricated
fabricated prefabricated type, utilizing all native lumber. A two-
bedroom house will cost approximately, $3500, and the.
tenant will have 20 years to pay, :
If negotiations work out, other Panamanians, not
necessarily Canal Zone government workers, may also
take advantage of the project.
This will mark the first time that the union will be ;

financing a plan of this type for outside the United : johnny Kucks was fined $500,
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Cletls Boyer, only bonua baby signed by the Athle Athle-tlcs
tlcs Athle-tlcs in Kansas City, was sent to the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees Tuesday night to complete the 13-player deal
the clubs made Feb. 19,
' Boyer was sighed for a bonus thought to be about
$50,000 on May 30, 1955, and had to be kept on 'the
' A's roster until two years after he was signed. How However,
ever, However, he was a part of the original deal made in Feb Feb-ruary.
ruary. Feb-ruary. 1 1
11 The Yankees assigned the 30-year-old second base baseman
man baseman to their Binghamton, N.Y., farm club in the
Class A Eastern League
' '"The Stud Col6n Boys' classy English colt Chiroke
, raced to his fourth classic victory of the year and
added $6525 to his steadily mounting earnings .by
scoring in the $7500 added General Jose Antonio Re Re-i
i Re-i m6n Classic at .the President Rem6n race track .last
Sunday. r,
- The handsome four-year-old chestnut son of
" KIngstone-Alpine Vista dashed nnder the finish
, line three-and-one-half lengths ahead of surprise
. second place finisher Embassy, Fosibiemento
' would up third another three lengths back. -'Second
choice Surumenq, winner of the $15,000 add-
ed president's Classic, disappointed with a poor fourth
place, barely nosing-'nut Minuendo. The outclassed
Michlrlp4, ,onli otherf starter, in the race", would up
- last. v??r -'vv- iO'ui-i "jiy-'"-j":"y: V'V'

The United States had to settle for second place in

'. the English Derby at Epsom. -v'---.x--;--'
. The 178th running of the famed Derby was won by
"Crepello,", the heaviest favorite in the last 10 years.
Runner-up by a lerigth and one half was "Ballymoss,"
; owned by John McShain of Philadelphia. Ballymoss
' was and one-hall lengths ahead of -"Pipe
"Of -Peace;; Kt-' v'l'--&M,yitfi:',y&r -..
iThe jhorse" irTempestA owned1 by America's Ellza Ellza-,
, Ellza-, be th Ar den Graham, was fourth., Irj fifth place was
"Royaumont,v owned by.Mrs,--George Ohlstrom of
"Plains, Virginia.' The other, American entry ''Bo!s

de Mell" challenged early out faded to nnisn last.
Bols de Mell is owned by architect Philip King-of

New. York, :.':"'A'. ,v"

Crepello gave both owner and jockey a douDie -win

the Englisn DerDy. owner victor Bassoon aiso won

Rufus Loveladv. nresident of Lodee 14 of the Amer

ican Federation of Government Employes, will pre present
sent present testimony before the Senate group scheduled to
act on a bill requiring equal pay for equal work in
the Canal Zone, around June. 19,; -
E. r W. Hatchett, president of the Central Labor
UnionMetal Trades Council, also intends to appear be before
fore before the committee as does Jose de la Rosa Castillo,
president of Local. 907 AFCSME, CIO-AFL. 1
All roads in the Zone west of Gatun Locks in the'
Fort Sherman area' were closed to traffic this Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Reason was the Army's firing of an 'Honest
John" rocket in the, first test of the projectile and
Its gear in a tropical area outside the continental
United States. The tremendous blast was heard in
Cristobal.- "'T :-:-; h'rM
.' ?: l''() ; ''Sr'?'';;;1
.- It Is unusual for the hearing of a traffic violation
to take all day in Canal Zone courts. But this week'
a case Involving unusual circumstances held the at-'
tenUon of courtroom spectators for an all-day ses-

It ; Involved a Rainbow City .youth charged ; with

disobeying an arresting police officer, Alexander J.

McGUncey. The boy, Frederick McDonald, was found

guuty ana given a suspended sentence alter more
than a dozen witnesses paraded .before acting Crist6 Crist6-bal
bal Crist6-bal Magistrate Charles Garcia to testify in the tase.
McDonald disobeyed when the policeman asked him

East bv seizinc the Suez Canal last Jniv v to wait at a crosswalk, and then ran away when Mc

v It is now reported that Nasser is having some . Gllncey asked him his name. After pursuing the lad,
trouble in his economic relations with Soviet ' the policeman, tried to keep his hold on him despite
Russia and Its satellites ., i. , the fact that a hostile mob of residents and children
Dispatches from Cairo say that Russia and other wer pressing around him. In' trie fracas, he pushed
countries of its bloc are not delivering goods for which ;he boy's lster. nd hit and kicked the, mother.. Mrs.
Egypt paid in cash. Wheat and crude oU which Rus-VpFonaMcDonald
,la ent. to Egypt are reported to be of medlocreT rha n,f. ; t., A:"'"'Jatzi''L,
Duality.-It Ut rerxrted .that mm. nf tha mttsn The mother filed a complaint charging the police--
Zn? i Lril'r.Lt. -!S5 roan with battery, but Judge Garcia found McGUncey

rdad' Treaty aeatammilt.:

Ill XaClLtnA .TtVfk-onilTltirv a I an oKMMffo MJ

, w wwM..v a4Miivv uj 0WWII5CI cXAiU 4 foil Mif rf ft
potentially more important now than it ever had been hnrt? a
since it was Aimed in Baedad. Iran in rhnanr io;it ? .nurv

It sUrted out as purely a "Paper acf, th loosest

01 all the iiree-world

ii-mrin .,nini.' .k.h,;:.;UM. m 1953 with "Pinza" and Jocxey Lester nggott took

both in Panama and the Canal Zone. A woman who th"54 ltJTL 2l,-A.

an Mrs. Betty Kunzeof Diablo, was not V- "c c,rfP" ".'h-V !ofnfm.Wr tnr ,h.
Panama motorcyclcoft Jos Agullar, JV,,!!

-w?"?on in00

alliance. xralnaC ft,mm,nl. lu uaunem, m raoorer lor unoon, toe. wnoeu on - y'r"'-:i VT : "ZZ yyi;

aggression. - -" .;T T a scanoid aoout reel arjove tne surrace or tne w- -:rt

, The United States, which sponsored the treaty,
nJU!SS J0,n -Jh At that tim h- Elsenhower

, uniwHiiiign uia not want to involve Itself

.luscij m iTuuuie Eastern airatrs.

sible head injuries..

An appeal to all non-U.S. 'cltlaens to cut- out cdnr1?1? riS.tfJ

trabanding was made-by the Congress of Latin Amer

hr lean Civic councils in an errort to get residents to

.' cooperate with authorities. The strong denunciation

The fact that all its members but Brlfi'friAi of commissary Infraction .was discussed and coun-
i.-Z.. T" memoers DUt Britain are MOS- ji. v omitlnn.H tyi nnt ihm miens- nf nm-

lem natinno anrl tVinf Tr... I. w. 1

naUo'n Arab League! nea"rVc"aud the togl? privUeeeS no nf whan D ( tt A r . O

yasion.-. "ance in me canal m-. -Although .It came. a9 no surprise,, rumors" lrculaf-.
The four Mnslm mh kmi b i4?" j m? about the change' of hands' In the management
held meeting Vfthout mvTtinr? of Hotel El -Panama-were finally verified this week.
ncigjyi.Sy.!y .Britala;Jo .tak?Jark,ane. mtract rWch..the JClrkebx: jpbaln. has to run El,
Tho rjojufhllltv vat ,QHtofi- nl Panam4 expires the end of this yearrbffers are now
rm oac.U!eJallou' .resulUn being studied from Hilton company and from several"

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1 w . uuirriL a x N K r-Ai 1 1 f 1 1 iiir- 1.1 1 n niiLri ill im I ci niiir 1 1 1 r

ond defense of the heavyweight crown at Seattle in

the first week of September. I i
Of course, that defense probably will be held in the
University of Washington football stadium aeainst
an unselected opponent Is contingent on Floyd's keep keep-in?
in? keep-in? the crown In his first defense aeainst Tommy

v?v Hurricane the Polo, Grounds, July 29. The

thirmi is favored at .4-1.

-.-'Hurley, veteran : promoter' and manager, said,
' I'll announce the challenger, the date and the the-''
'' the-'' site w3thin 10 days! Also the terms." :
" Announcing Patterson's contract for Seattle, Hur Hurley
ley Hurley simultaneously noured ice water on the report
that he nd Baron Von Stumm were neeotiatlng for

future generations was a major tropic for discussion Kirkebv's bid rive HsTS u Arenle Moore to defend his light heavyweight crown
over much of the world thi ""D? M?. wouia receive tne same cooperation u -, rhnmninn R RAhinum at t

Political leadpr( actentict.

joinea jn tne XJebate

and ordjnaqr; people'..; t r .. . - 0 -' ; j- v

Ic4. c-- Z V. scieni nounced by Mayor cajar Escala which is to start with
rf.niit .. d,ner wa offi- a room-to-room and house-to-house drive in ChorV,
r -!? r e warrant the suspension of all rillo ,. v.
v;' JS nJ,c,r weapnf: ; I-- 3 Unscrupulous lottery chance vendors were' exposed
'-jto?' ffVKat theremust always be some as selling tickets at 30 cents Instead of 20 -cents on
; flanger said It vaa negligible.- '.Jr .?.- j Sunday .mornlnga...- -' t
President Eisenhower and- British Prime Ministers Panama announced bids for the Installation of 37M
Ilarold Macmlllan, leaderi of the two Western coun-,1 meters of water pipe leading from the Mataznlllo
tries which have develoDed the H-bomb, aerewf it toiv,, (ji vi r.nini vi Pnrrs. th, pgimi,

wouiu d a gooa wnng u me tests could do ended.
But they agreed also as did many eminent sclent-

i.-os mat it wouia De rUkirur disaster to stoo .the

aeainst middleweicht champion Ray Robinson at Los

Anereles in September. ' .'-
- Von Stumme is managing 1 40-year-ol4 Moore's
Eurooean tour. ; : .'" t- ;
' Robinson; announcing that he no longer Is bter bter-ested
ested bter-ested in, defending hl 160-ponid rown gainst. wel welterweight
terweight welterweight -champion Carmen Basllio, said Le. would
be "eager", to thaUee. Moorg for his 75-pound halo
f.t Los Angeles. .,--,. -T

ippositon''to Che rpresentradmlnlstratlon's govern government
ment government af-President Ernesto de la Guardla, Jr..This de-

at an approximate cost of $170,000. cision was arrived at during a meeting held Wednes-

Morning and afternoon working hours were put In-, day night amid rumors that the Liberals would ac acta
ta acta effect by the Pnaami, eovernment for, customs, cept an offer to Join forces with the president
parcel rot and rwrt insoection offices. demanding the direction of "one ministry and two
The Nationar Liberal Party decided td continue 1U autonomous state institutions,

tKts while the danger of an attack by Soviet Russia
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