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' About 10,000 1ow-eost,f prefab
ricated houses a year :wm ron on
the assembly; line of-Trans-American
industries : when they
get'' started bythe ena or. whs
sear. r ; ;
The Panamanian: corporation
which has leased a ten-acre
tract of land in the Colon free
Zone to build its iactory an announced
nounced announced tedav that .they a
aiming j'for production ;td- start
by tne ena oi Jims ye". - r
Richard Fincke, president ,sof
f.h corrnoration has been meet
ing all week with Colon" FreeJ
Zone officials ana arcnuecis, sua
rplan$ wilLbe; submitted; for cbids
to build the factory which ini-
tially, will involve-about $3,?00,-
. The new-- housing 'program is
being sponsored by tne American
Federation of County, State and
Municipal 'Employ es''. (AFL-CIO)
in Washington, for.its local un-
those Interested in he forma forma-Hon
Hon forma-Hon of a 1 United Fund Orga-
nation willbe held Friday,
Lhering, which- will he; attended
: by 'receivers ana
I representatives of organizations
' K hich thrive funds from, me
s ,, c! "at or 'Cihr h-
'. r ri rpnre.spnt auvi s of
ihob v uiuke the donations
were & .t out this .week by
IX.. Governor H W. Schull, Jr.,
in his capacity as'Chairman of
iha SDonsorins: ; Commltteei '- All
nterested. persons are -welcome
to participate in tn .meeiuie.;'
' Articles and bylaws, for, to
aew organization 'are I expected
" to. the adoDted at the June 21
neetitg and members of ; the;
fund's firstiboard; ox'trusiees
, The first group-meeting to
llscus a UOited Fund was held
,; eut month. At Z that meeting,.
" llso ; held t In the Balbo. The The-if
if The-if iter, the group present; voted
i inanimously .ln : favor of ft
Ingles fund fralslng campaign
l inr tViM nonal ?.nnfl and named
t'j. seven member steering com-1
' inittee to .work out details f or
.the plan v- ,' 4
The action- of the group last
month follows a referendum -on
ihem Civic Council election bal ballot
lot ballot last November In. which
- Canal Zonians voted by ft great
BiaJOrity" In, favor; of r single
- Irive for charjtable and wel wel-lare
lare wel-lare agencies. y
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JUST RICMT-Marilya Max
wail, sayi the a back t at ;
iurt ruhl" m wigbl of 1 2 J
-ounc :; a mom ( aiet-
inX. &vt not tavhnt ft howr
i-many poti!d ah lott m her
vt rp lories mi. an
'plans t- reaume br K-rrrr.i
I having UkeetiinaitAfor
hood last jrerr.y-
moxdax. rest it.
"J H an.
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ion members. : This Is the first
time the union will back a pro
ect of this kind outside the Unit
' The hiring of personnel 'will
also begin shortly, Fincke- said
today. He has been on the Isth
mus coordinating plans for the
housing program, and expects to
leave early next week; to meet
with union officials In Washing
Later, if ; plans materialize,
v. I i . mi
rauamamana wno are nui am
lated with .the union may be ell
Klble for the low-cost housing.
. Fincke said mat besides oiner
advantages the houses will be
constructed s of highly durable
material proven to be termite'
proof.; The Insulation they'' will
use. he saidr r will also ,,v make
them 17 'degrees cooler Inside.
Houses similar to the type
which will be of f ered Jta Pana
ma. have already been set up In
other Caribbean countries, with
great success, he added. ; W
Work on tne .4 iactory in tne
Free Zone wm begin shoruy,
Trans-American signed ft long
term lease i,Wlth the Free zone
on Apru n.,--.) ,?-'v
' ' ''i -f -J
Al,tl Six Drovm
Ceiisei Flash Flaibfl:
- ST. fjOVTS. JUnfr 15 V(UP)
The heaviest 12 Hour ramiau in
hbitorv 8.45 Inches htt
metropolitan si. xuis r- ulsi
night -and toinv, sending more
joints nd ,uai iiug traffic traffic-rtnJ
rtnJ traffic-rtnJ f-varilrl man riled of
a .heart attack attampting'Ho
unclog. ft lewr-and seven were
At least six persons and prob probably
ably probably ft seventh drowned .as a
result; of the. same deluge that
brought, a flash flood in Frank Franklin
lin Franklin County 50 miles west
Police, Coast Guard, the Red
Cross and volunteers Worked
(round the clock rescuing, many
Krsons trapped in their autc autc-obiles'and
obiles'and autc-obiles'and homes by, the, fast
rising waters. ,...,.
Atore than 1000 persons, were
forced from their homes In
Soath and West St. Louis,, ser ser-erak
erak ser-erak hundred In- Belleville and
700 t Casey vUle. IU where a
damen a private Jake broke.
Wins-$25 ,000 In
:- NEW YORK, June W (UP)
A California housewife has won
a national sewing con test..: even
though her husband 'complains
sne never sews buttons on nis
shirts. '." -r ;
Mrs. William BUhop of Or Or-nard,
nard, Or-nard, California, may not be the
mending type of seamstress. But
she proved she is the creative
type by winning the 25-thousand-dollar
toe prise in the Sec
ond Annual ginger "Sew-Off"
Pretty, brunette Mrs. Bisboo
a natlre of Buffalo, New York York-has
has York-has been sewing against time
this week to complete her outfit
in 2 hours. Her winning gar
ment was ft wnite peau de sole
evenivg dress. ..fashioned with
a full skirt. -acooD neck and bril-
llaat red wool stole. ' 1 1
The S6-year-old champion.
seamstrees the mother of twol
ooys was one of so-thousanajpeaa de sole,
women wno enierea ue contest
in the United SUtes and Cana
Thirty-three women placed as
finalist. Total prise money was;
The finalists won a trio to Newibrldce, Maryland, where she was
York on the basis of dresses thry
maae lor tnenueivei m special
sewing classes. Then In the
sew-off they made dresses' for
professional models thry sever
had seen before. The models
were choeen by draw.
Dresses were judged e fash-i
pearance on, the models.
The women ere allowed to
choom pa turns and fabrics,
Most fabrics, plckea were black
...wjiy a material suitable
for fall ad winter. They rarg rarg-ed
ed rarg-ed from dealm at 69 cents a rarS
to importer lame at tl9 and 55
cents a yard.
Mr. Bishops fabric costs $10
and S3 cents a jard.
Pcl!co l!:!(c It Hoi
In llew York Drive
VnRTC. June T15 (UP)
More than 120 "undesirables"
were in jail or put on oau w
d in the first round of s
massive police campaign to
give New .York uncomfortable
lor i gamDiers, uhuuuub u u-dlers
dlers u-dlers prostitutes,, procurors, tin tinhorns
horns tinhorns and drtftera.
Police yesterday began ft con
certed campaign ni .narawuuen
nirntnsh know criminals anu
"iinriBulrables.'' aimed at catch
invihem outside the law or
making It so "hot" for, them
they wiU leave town. -u- ? ?
Chief Inspector Thomas A,;
Nielson iauncnea ae "B"
r nunHiirj -on orders of Police
rnmmsstoner ? Stephen P. Ken
nedy ; who. Instructed that all
known,- criminals.- be brought in
for "questioning! V -i,r :v
wbuestioni them keep ', after
tvim Kennedy said.; "In. time
they should get the idea ana
leaven town." v&-.
Last week, -in Itelling some of
his top officers of plans for
the roundup, : Kennedy said;
"Big shots, or little shots, make
them,,' blank, shots and- keep
them on the. run'. r
f t,. ttu fbeUered L&ii drive
was touched off at this time
because Jn six days the city
nft Jrtaiiv ooen Its fourth an
nual Summer-Festival, which Is
expected to draw i several nun nun-dred
dred nun-dred th'dusand visitors.
For Illegal Import
SWILLS, June 15 (UP) -Sidney
bullfiehter who gfclned fame In
Spanish rings, has been arrest
ed by Spanish police, tne Amer
lean consulate here said today.
Consular officials said Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, was taken Into custody af
ter a minor automobile accid
ent in the nearby village of
" Spanish Civil Guard officers,
Investlg a 1 1 n g the accident,
placed Franklin In Jal ''when
they discovered he was wanted
on charges of illegally Import Importing
ing Importing an automobile Into Spain,
official -aaid.. t ,
House wife i
She told the United Press In
an Interview that she chose silk.
because she thought It would be
becoming to the model, Louise
Hyde. But, she added, "I don't
treat myseii to such rabnea."
Mrs.'-Bishop has been. sewing
for 20 years. The first outfit she
made was a green wool dress in
sewing class in school, she now
makes most of her own clothes,
phis sports shirts I or her hus husband',
band', husband', and decorations like slip
covers and curtains. But, she ad
mits, her husband complains a-
bout missing buttons and-boles
in socks. v i
Mrs. Bishop does not make
evening gowns, but she decided
to sew one in the contest anv
wav...Afaln. bictmi she
thought It would be becominr to
the modeL- And -it was the
first time she had worked with
Tha slim, attractive boueewife
works part time as a secretary
for her husband, who is a dlrec-
tor of the Boys Club in Oxnard.
The Bishops met in Baln-
a WAV! and he was a chief pet-
ty officer la the Navy.
Mrs. Bishop says her two sons
11-year-old William and six-year-old
Michael were almost
as thrilled as she was at becom becom-bir
bir becom-bir a Mnaiiak
When she beard she won, Mra
BUhop burst into tears... then
called her husband as soon as
the could. Later calm but still
numb ahe said she did not
know what she would do with
her prise money.
She had said on her entry
blank that the money would go
la her words "for the happi happi-rei
rei happi-rei of my family." And that
she edtd "covers a lot of
Young Visitor. Loses: Way;.
CZ, RP Cops Find Grandma
r" A little American boy wearing
blue jeans and a polo shirt walk walked
ed walked into the Balboa Police Station
vesterdav and said:
"I am nine years old. I came
to visit my grandmother in Pan Panama
ama Panama yesterday from Toledo,
Ohio. I am lost." J
So began a three-hour saga
which ended happily when the
child, Jimmy wines, was reunit reunited
ed reunited with- his family.
i The youngster was first notie.
ed in front of the Balboa Club
house early yesterday morning,
obviously lost, asking several bus
drivers how to. get-to the "inteiv
ior of Panama."
A kind policeman discovered
that the boy hopped a bus In
Panama -City, landed in Balboa,
and didn't quite know how j to
set back "home." ..
Jimmy arrived early yesterday
morning with two brothers,-a
sister, and his mother, from Tol
edo for a. visit to grandma. He
told police her name was Benig Benig-na
na Benig-na Delgado, but had no idea
where sne -lived. . t
Wtitinf riticntly at the tlbe
ttatien, th yaifngsttr,. wha appear
4 4uit. calm and iuhkn,. aaid
ha "was i" third frida Jn fitblia
cKoel, and that, thi. was hit firaa
vbft to hit mtrl afindmofhar.
Hit mothar t tha tortnar Oloa Oal-
Earlier vesterdav rnbrning .he
told; her he wanteds to-"go to
town," and armed with 1.50 m
his pocket,' he set out to- see the
world of Panama. S
While Zone police put in eev eev-erat
erat eev-erat calls, nartlcularly one to the
Panama Secret Police, Jimmy
chatted amlablv and answered
eiipstlons with ( nly a sllRht hes-
Fcr ":xl C:!ch::
CI Ilirrlcsnss 7i
MIAMI," Fla June IS IOT
rrftm inn ihrouch Novem
ber 19 men in a-Miami pent
house rcan the skies ior swiw
inir t.rni.iral eat.n. '
These Weather.' Bureau Air
Force,' ahdN4vy wcaiber men
keen their grim v gil ai the
Joint Hurricane Harning ven
ter atop the 16-story LWdsey
Honklns Building. ,',4,; .'"
The warning center beams
Information on each storm dur
lng the six-month "hurricane
season" to Florida's resort-stud
ded Gold Coast and other areas
in the path of the big blows.
Latt rear, considered a "mild
hurricane season, eight tropical
storms took 78 lives and cued
almost 68 million dollars dam
age. Storms are classified as
hurricanes when their winds
exceed. 73 miles, an hour,
. Eyes of the warning center
are Air Force and Navy weath weather
er weather reconnaissance planes which
.daily scout a million and a half
square miles of ocean along the
U. B. and Canadian coasts from
Newfoundland to the Gulf oi
Navy planes, based at the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station,
watch the Caribbean breeding
ground of hurricanes.
Female Names Arabs
The i Air Force's famous 59th
"hurricane hunter", ; squadron
rrom Bermuda tracks storms In
the Atlantic from Puerto- Rico
Information on the force and
direction of the hurricanes also
is dispatched to the warning
eenier rrom civilian and mill
tary ground oosts. Ground and
air-borne radar helps spot the
To -gather complete lata on
a hurricane the -Air Force and
Navy flyers batter their way to
me eeruy cairn "eve- Of ine
storm through winds often ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding 100 miles an hour and
murk so thick they sometimes
cant see ineir wingtipa.. :
When a trcmical disturbance
is signteo, the warning center
swings into an around-the-clock
operation. Bulletins are issued
every six hours giving the loca
tion or me hurricane and its
probable movement during the
next 12 hours.
Again this Tear" the hurri
canes will be given female
name despite a small storm
of protests from some women.
This year's storms will be
called Audrey, Bertha, Carrie,
Debbie, Esther, Frelda, Oracle,
Hannah, Insa. Jessie. Kathie.
Lisa, Margo, Netty,, odelle, Pat Patty,
ty, Patty, Quints. Roxle. Sandra. Theo,
Undine. Venua,, Wenda, Xmay,
ltation: He Just wasn't sure
where he had started out-from:
but he recalled taking a bus to
Hotel El Panama, and then-another
one into Balboa.
, At this point, Pan-American
Airwavs was called into the case.
A check of their flights Friday;
from the States showed Jimmy
and his mother were listed; on
the nassenger reports.
Secret Police did the rest. They
tracked down. Mrs. Delgado to
House 4 on First Street In Vista
Hermosa. and assured the wor
Tied familv their boy was safe.
Bidding a fond lareweii to nis
erstwhile friends.; little Jimmy
set out for home in a -Panama
Police car. He seemed none the
worse for wear.
Pepper Will Slow
BUFFALO, N.Y., June IS
(UP) A German-born grand grandmother
mother grandmother offers this Ume-tested
continental discouragement .for
wAuid.be attackers of women
,always ; carry a small can Of
pepper. V-i '!:, r
. Mrs.. Carl G. Ahlert said Bu Bu-topearf
topearf Bu-topearf women generation ago
never Isit home alone unless
armed with pepper for self-defense.
.'Hurt tjenner Into the attsck-
er's- eyes," -she irecommended.l
'It will smart terrioiy;
reartlon will be to tub hJi eyes.
rr v" make tb h"rn(--7
hatfA timA.tj run IOI9V
;j,'Of Uke a' bunch of keys-and
sqratch him' up." J
The 60-year-old native- of Ke-
blenj; Germany, resides, m .sup'
urban' Checktowaea "where nu
merous attacks' on, women-, wert
reoorted recently, t .
''This series of attacks Is the
worst in the 30 years X have
lived here" she -said. '.
.The Important thing to re
member, Mrs; Ahlejt added, is
to tarry a small can of pepper
in the hands ready to -use
whenever a person .is walking
cn th street especially at
night. $ ... ; r
'.'There may 'not be', time! to
get it out; or your. hanaoag or
pocket,", she said., "With a Ut Utile
ile Utile practice you can- le.rn .to
open the. can with., the .thumb
of the same hand with "Which
you are carrying -it.''
TV VIII Assls!
School Teachers 4
Ar.RANY N Y Julie 13 '.(UP)
"Television will never take
the nlace Of the teachers,- but
It can heln.the teacher. -do a
better job and reach many
mora, reonle according to New
York state's education commis,-
rioner. -' -,- '- -
Commissioner Dr. -James Z Z-Allen
Allen Z-Allen Jr. made the observation
after witnessing a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of classroom Instruction by
television at. Albany officials,
legUlatore, educators and rep representatives
resentatives representatives of newspapers and
TV stations.- -. i - -'
, Allen as tatement also was sne
consensus of others, viewing the
Teachers said the-TV -technique
spurred them to more
thorough preparation. ?
Pupils said they liked it. Par Particularly
ticularly Particularly studenU in teacher-;
training t found- television an
imorovement over othef ways
cf observing teaching methods.
Teachers .were shown giving
instruction to several classes at
once, with a free flow of ques
tions and answers between the
classrooms made possible by
closed-circuit TV receivers and
a two-way audio system.
Classes in third-grade spelling
were taught by a teacher about
a mile from the pupils. Micro-
rave also linked teecners in
reventh-grade English and 10th 10th-grade
grade 10th-grade biology to their classes.
On the college level, a les lesson
son lesson in college accounting was
taught by one professor to stu students
dents students in four viewing rooms.
In speaking to the witness witnessing
ing witnessing group, Dr. Warren W. Knox,
assistant eommlsloner for in instructional
structional instructional services, challenged
school officials to find in in-i
rtructional TV ways to improve
the oua::(y and widen the scope
- PORT AU PRINCE, June 15
(UP) Haitians, 1 1 r e d of six
months of government turmoil,
today calmly accepted the mill
tary coup which overthrew Pro
visional President Daniel Fig
-?! Three.t presidential candidates
said they were, confident Gen
Antonio Kebreau, Army chief of
staff who engineered the blood
less coup, : would carry out his
promise for an early presidential
election i i -r-c-H
' One t indidaU, Dr. Francois
Duvalller, said the Army "acted
properly" .in overturning Flg-
noie s provisional government.
- vnignoie was appointed by a
gentleman's agreement M among
the presidential candidates) to
carry out. tne eiecuons." Duval
ller said. ;"But he never men mentioned
tioned mentioned a date -for the elections
and talked as if he -Were install
:' Ben;lXouls? Dejoie, t another
presidential candidate, said he is
against Army coups In principle
out in this case he thinks the
military government lj an im
provement over Flgnole.;
Clement Jumelle. a third tan-.
dldate, told friends he hopes the
military Junta vtu answer Hal
t! si needs ioi oiuibal and eeon
omlc stability In the Interim be
fort, the presidential -elections.
- ' ," ' '4
Observers attributed accept
ance of. the junta to:
; wthfe attitudes of the leading
; The'' Army's efficiency In
carrying out the eoup. i
-Wearlness and resignation
of the population lifter trying
roun jormuias- for a provisional
government since former Presi President
dent President .Paul Magliore was ousted
in December when he refused ;to
leave office at the end of his
I The ; Army enforced its tifle
with a surprisingly small show
of strength. Less than 200 uni uniformed
formed uniformed soldiers were stationed
at strategic points and controll controlled
ed controlled roads leading to the capital.
MakeiLv Ghiwga Workers Rich;
CHICAOO. June 15 (UP) Samihave to cbm to something- like
Trananl. 40. is lust an average
shop worker, but he has $11.000
in savings. Ana at tne age or as,
he'll nave at least sflo.ouo.
Steve Tarasuk, 37. another j
shop worker, has $14,631 in sav
ings. Roy BriDgeison, as, a pro production
duction production supervisor, has saved
Ail are employes of the Bouse
of Vision, a mldwestern optical
firm which prides Itself on, its
retirement plan. -
; Big for Its ladastry, the firm
operates ia flvo said western
states. But tt ts ao ladastrUI
' giant. It employes S2t persons
and eaahfies as a "maU basi-
Nevertheless, its retirement
plan tops many of the largest
ones in iU benefit to the aver average
age average worker. ; v
Bernard Spero, who founded
the firm in 1924. started the Em
ployes Trust Fund l 1131 wiui
tbe idea that his employes were
entitled to share in the profits.
8pero Put up 200 of nis owe
shares of stock in the company
to start the trust fund, and of offered
fered offered an annual company con
tribution of 20 per cent of the
firm's profits. l
The employes cob tribute 1 pT
cent of their pay, and thes con-
tributlcma bow total $14W6&ne
com Da by has : contributed
times this amount, of $544,17$.
Milton Spero, Bernard's oroth-j
er and treasurer of the compa-
t- K!iak h niss m'ht aerrelsnd rot "tk
as' a model for small busiress;
aenerallv. 1 I
i.vawany email busl&eta wi&'blc Xat f
LONDON, June'15 (UP) British Prime Minisfer
Harold Macmillan bluntly told Soviet premier' Nikolai'
Bulganin" today that without German reunification tho.
East-West conflict cannot ,be settled.
Macmillan also said that .'the', ''polity of .repression
now being pursued in Hungary by a regime, maintained irt
power by the presence or Soviet troops" Vas a serious
obstacle to improved relations u i? t t V
v Hel described the; present Hungarian regime a$, "ani'
alien system" imposed., by force," A :
Macmillan said the greatest need now is for an agree-'
ment. on. conyentlonarancf nuclear disarmament.
' "Some measure' of agreement.
oh this issue would be a real
contribution to the reduction
OI WUI1U lyCllQlUtaVataaaiu, vv v
settlement- PC the manyv. prob problems
lems problems which now confront us,
the -Prime Mlr'rtet told- the
KremiirJ ?'v-:r :r-''f.j"M,
In a j.OOO-word person 41 -mes
sage Macmillan appealed to Rus
sia .to neip -aupei ine nrea
of war by tne- construciive co
operation m Europe, ..ine nuu nuu-dle
dle nuu-dle -east and in the big power
disarmament negotiations- -now
in progress in Iinaon.
We must wish to pit rrv-e
our children" and. grand-children
from a third and perhaps final
tragtedy," the courteous hut
firmly-worded British note stat-
"Chiding Russia's "peliey of
repression" In Hungary the
note said: "We have different
point of view on many great
issues, Indeed on the most
fundamental basis of life."
"But these differences ought
not to prevent us from making
some kind of advanca towards
more sensible relationship.".
Macmillan 'a message' was in
reply to an ; 8,000-word note
from Bulganin on April S in
which the Soviet leader called
for Improvement of Anglo-Rus
sian relations, the resumption
of scientific, cultural and trade
relations and more "personal
The note' was handed to Bul-
this." he said. "The man has
1 been a tremendous benefit, both
to tne employes ana the compa
. "We have very loyal workers,
and a very low turnover in per
Th. trust's assVt todiy totZ i ScwSSTt!M
$1,652 OJUTh. m member. tS&&fiP2Ei Sr.1
an average share of more Viaa
But Milton gpero say the
'average is misleading, be be-eaae
eaae be-eaae older 'employee have
benefited far snore. For exam example,
ple, example, he said, one soait Joined
the fina ia 1939 as a ineasen ineasen-ger
ger ineasen-ger boy at $ a Week, Now aa
executive, he has more thaa
$4,009 to his redlt and ia an another
other another 2 yeas lie eoald have
Trapanl, who walks oa crutch-
es, has a sit down" lob fitting
eyeglass- lenses into plastic!
framesHis contribution to the to the Baghdad act and -fund
kas toUled $800 and his Elsenhower Doctrine. The
shsra Is $12,609. rejened the prqposal
pu a" great thing." said Tbe Admiralty, withtnrt
Trspanl, who has five children, rloainr the sonrres of lu i
About M employes have bought fonnaUoa. mid the tbr
homes financed through the marines. ift (ba Bak
rplan. Most of them agree they
"eouida't have r-"?iH a house-f
Without the pis .. I
trim or: let
184S ad hsji a
book to aor
.... .. )
ganln on his return (to Moscow,
Ironian official "visit1 to Fin-
nahd yesterday by British Am-
D.ufador Sir Patrick niii. anri
officially released here today.,
R ) I i n g to Bulganin's
jrharges' and surireatinns. Mar-
J.roillan told tbe Kremlin firr
jy tnai v-unlrxs ,tha So
government are ir rarf -l
grant elerornury rlj! t of n -determination"
t he -mans,
, there is,' I fear. 1 :
respects ior a '
settlement ef th
,"'"S i" I an din..
J i and est."
.''i'ha. overriding theme cf
man reunification ran thro i
tne note as the kev in mv t
minatlon of, the cold war.
e Macmillan" asked Blllranm r
rectljr "does the Soviet Govpi-
ment agrea that it is deshii-..
to reunify. Germany at the ear liest
possible ODDortunltv n i
does the Soviet agree that t' i
German people should be al allowed
lowed allowed freely to chose their own
government .by means of fre
The British Premier exnr.
ed-disappointment at the ah.
sence of "constructive su;- -tlons".
from; the Kremlin t
the achievement of oerr n i
unity;' y ..;;.
Red Subs 5iohl::!
In English Chsnn:'
Heading For Egyr'
LONDON. June 15 (UP)
Admiralty said last night
three Soviet submarines,
ed in the English, Qhaanel
week apparently ape head 1
Egypt for transfer to the E
lan navy. f
Tne Admiralty repb r t
that the stbmarlnes Were -proachlpt
the Eastern F -diterraneaa
and woul0 ra '-,
Egyps next Monday fa tbeir
present course. j
' Two of the submarti
described as modern lene-ra-
uc Aomirsity ajua the Cf
aLjmb probably Is being tr
f erred to the Egypilan r
"and there seems to be a r
sibUlty that .the others r
Russia has Ven? provi
arms to Egypt under a :
agreement under which F
pkej parment m cotton
oiner agricultural jroduct.
The Soviet hare, proposr
the West' a Mldiast
plan which woul place t
embargo on suclf arms t
men ts in returli for ,n
at tbe end May e-
" was bellererj that T
t ctive, wne.ngence hai beea t. v
- f con- them. . t
: I since Their paWir thr--1
- : $7 "3. Encllsh Ch--fl
t pass- consternr""
marriage this Is pei
- : -ilegal way t
Kd by myjunderwater
txA. 'U d.acr.
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN ;
SUNDAY, JUNE M, 1957
I IV 1 'l1 '" I.. .1 -V v r ;-.: v.iir-
Welmd Rifter's B a ck On Bway
er 4n 18-Year
flEW YORK (NEA)
IW- . x.
iwayDe we rw startuiB a new mcKicai oj1
By DICK KLEINER V, V
Thelma Hitter laughed when she
-c,tv;iiiHkfl nrffipn jilnrA her daughter.! Monir.A Mb
tan'U ot 17r .has signed as an. apprentice .with ,a summer
thing but those recitations I've
stoeV company. Thelma and, her
husluid,' Joseph Moran, an exac
- tor 'Who is' now a mce-president of
; one. of the bigger advertising
' geneies, also have a son with show
, Ausmess asptrauona.
f f Hi. namp la Tonv. At present,
- he's in the Marine Corps he's a
Teteran of the Parris Island death
march but he's due out in Feb
ruary and has stage ammiions.
' All this is fine with Miss-Bitter,
She's had a long and hard career
: bq gcllCBB, UUI bub,
cry long and hard moment of it.
: Unlike many parents who claim
. they'd like to see their offspring
, f.ii.n, norwr nthpr than' their
own, Thelma is delighted at her"
children s choices. ,,'7
I "After all" she say's, "they've
been around actors enough to
know what it's aU about. They've
got Tno dust in their eyes."
.She's never had any in hers,
.lthr Shu went into show busi-
ness as a child, because she loved
i performing. '
- il-was a child entertamer at
10," she says. "I did comic reclta reclta-tidHf
tidHf reclta-tidHf and draniatic recitations. I
was terrible. It's funny, I've got
( an attic memory it stores every-
forgotten. I think- it's Freudian.
I want to forget them, they were
so. .bad." ;.,V.:'
But they helped. And she went
into stock, which was an honor
able and fairly steady branch of
show; business in those dys. She
was a leading lady for many
years, with a few side excursions
to Broadway for one hit. and a
series of flops. v v .:; ;
Today Encanto .35, ,20
A MMterpiece of Suspense!
' DorlsDay in
Ingrid Beimfiaii m
Today IDEAL .25 .15
' . Cantinflas In
fillTU Pinal la.
Then came movies. TV and now.
after.' 18 years off the stage. She's
back on Broadway in "New Girl
In Town." She has a romp as Mar-
thy, a run-down old boozer.
And she- sports- one of the most
fetching wardrobes ever to grace
toe legitimate stage. &he wears
couple of beat-uo sweaters, a non
descript skirt and a pair of clod-
'Those sweaters are wonderful."
she says. "What color would you
say that second one is? una Is a
plain dark green, but that other
oner I dont know. I call it nause
ous. It started out yellow, but I
guess It was too nice. I suggested
dying it garnet, and this is the re result.
sult. result. We've invented a new color
"The shoes were regular boys'
shoes- cost maybe SB a pair. Then
the costume designers went to
work on them. They say they put
a superstructure on them. They
built a ridge all around. I'd hate
to think what they cost after they
got through with them maybe
it," and, anyhow, the part is one
she's long wanted.,
MGM, her movie studio, owned
the original Anna Christie play,
And they were contemplating i
mustcat TnbvieTli'itR Thelma slat
ed for. i the pajt ,she now plays.
sipm.en.Qw, tne movie, .was s nan nan-doned
doned nan-doned and the rights .went t to
three Broadway producers, f ,'
' I don't know anything about
these deals within deals," says
Miss Ritter .iBut I knpw.that I
was ieating dinner bare (Sardi's)
one night, and Frederick Brisson
came over to me. He said he was
going to do the show and then he
said, 'I'm going to chase you to
do Marthy.' I told him, 'Don't ex
tend yourself, I'm not going -to run
very last,' V
She's hannv. of course, that it
all worked out. As lor the future.
the chief member of the Ritter
Moran oynasiy says sne a ao any
thing-,, movies. TV 8roadwayii-a
;png as mere a goog parv
I don t care what I e." she
says. VI just want to be in show
i As far as she knows, show busi business
ness business has only one drawback." It
sometimes keeps her away from
her family. Once, when her daugh daughter
ter daughter was a little girl, Thelma was
ia California over Christmas. One
of the Morans'. neighbors saw Mo Monica,
nica, Monica, all by herself on Christmas
Day, and went over to her and
said how U was shame a little
girl's mother wasn't with her on
such an important day. ;
"Qh, well' said Monica, "that's
As her IPther. said,' thsre'i ho
dust ia her eyea.. '-7 f- .
The result of all this low fash
ion is the perfect garb for Miss
Ritter to do her high comedy. She
is a treat to the eyes, and ears,
With 1 years between stage
roles, you might think she'd be
a little hesitant about coming
back. But. as she says. "Acting's
like Swimming you don't forget
Now Cats 1.000
After TV; Pay
NEW YORK (NEAW- Television
can ha a crui business. This ts
the story, of how lmogene- Cop
was tola that ouf Sjow of Shows'
was breaking up and that she
woiua juve to look for ; another
spot. i '
She was rehearsing for a snow.
Someone said that -Max Uebfnan
wanted to see her. She went into
his office and found Liebman and
Sid Caesar sitting at a table. Re
porters and photographers were
there. Liebman made the an,
nonncement of the show's demise.
Imogene had no prior warning and
. WASHINGTON, June 15 UP)
In the Washington party
' One of life's embarrassing mo
menta hit violinist Isaac Stern
at a soiree her when he forgot
tne eves-preaeai piuau er a uap
Angry- over Congressional cuts
foc.UJS. participation ia the
Brussels ; Interpatlonal Fair,
Stem launched aa aitaek a.
gainst "ignoramus" congress
men who; he said, "don't know
the value of cultural competition
With the Soviets." Not until he'd
let off most of his steam did he
discover that he waa making
some of the other guests look
enport, : ilstemng politely
Stern's comments, was a deter-
had -to ad hh-her- comments thi i1nedriyaaetutllnghierffl6 er of
uie spur iu me momem.
It was a chilling expewenee
lie s done one TV play one
Broadway play, one movie.
They've all been hits Andy Grif-
iuij is oaiung l.uuo.
"I m bound to have a Hon." says
the big North Carolina boy with
the coast to-coast grin. "One on
these days, I'm going, to have the
biggest bomb, in history. I know
a man can't have a success every
tlme, so I know it II catch up ; to
me. Ana 1 tu you one tnjng
m not looking forward te it."
. uriiuui xufec cams 10 jmw iorK
on the strength of his comedy
record. "What It Was Waa Foot-
S-M 11 MM. I t. 1 A
tsji. inen ne JU61 nappeneq v
read lor tne meater uuna wnen
they : were looking for someone 4o
de the TV play of "No Time For
Sergeants" ri "you wouldn't be-
1: m : il .L
veve ii u you hw u m turn uunrwi,
but ltohappeaea. -
Wfdoy tttU took bjg o VW, Yf
hovent done mMCh tixwy. i
60c 30c. I
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n I "tt"
Jii v iwdrAwrci
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A GRtAT WEEKEND ATTRACTION!
HOTTEST VTESTTEnN fev 1 MT;-f 3
Washington Party ;VhirI
herself and friends) ; consulting
landscape architect : for tne
Washington Cathedral; and, un
tl) recenvyk garden columnist for
a neienbornood newspaper.. She
also aieeea a moiheny eye on
six sons. 1
How does she find time? She
doesn't, she makes it.
Oiler Of Vershlps
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)
L. Cruz Salasar notmea im- u.S;
Guatemalan Ambassador J 0 s e
L. Cruz galaiai1 notified the U.b
.. Senate that bis country, which hss
Jno navy, has- isn't Interested In
UUV1IIIE : Ol UW1UWIUK fUJ nM.w..
ANDY GRIFFITH?- One of
these days tho biggest fcomb?
The tV tslav was a smash. They
decided; to do it en Broadway with
Andy in tne ieaa. was ran.
Elia Kasaa saw' him in it, felt he
was iust right for the lead ia "A
Face Iff the Crowd. That's Just
limned, and It's a smash. HA's al
to made the movie viersion of
"No Time -, for Sergeants.,", sched scheduled
uled scheduled for release-in the -fall, and
there's no, reason to beUcve that
will spoil hii perfect, record.
'Tve never done another TV
PUT.? Xyr ue5t
noti We and there. There's a
reason for that. I got auch won wonderful
derful wonderful reviews after .'No Time, for
Sergeants' that 1 was scared to do
another play they'd be gunning
for (. ".-.
Actually, he facet sometnmg of
nroMmp. His Southern accent,
bis slightly paiVe xpressioh,v I his
seeming snynets au comouia
limit the parts he csn do. He thinks
if he has to,, ha eas'lose the' acf-
eent.. v -1 ; '
"In A Face in tne uowor
be says, :'I had ona 'steflor-4 eau
it the fishing and hunting scene
where, I uiea v snow now ui
hero had chasged front a hill hillbilly
billy hillbilly to a big eity boy. Inttead of
saying fishh? and huntln I said
'fishing and hunting very "utinet "utinet-ly."
ly." "utinet-ly." ':-'-';
And be said It all Very distinct-ly,.too."--.
' .. t j,'
To Inspect Camj) .V
At Puerto Rico-:
;Ms. Gf'n. iThomst L.' Harrbii.j
commanding fenerai, V S- Army
Caribbean, wQl leavO by air Wow Wow-day
day Wow-day for Puerto Rico to inspect the
United States Army Reserve sum summer
mer summer tamp -at Salinas training a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. '", -
Aeompanyfng the general on
tke rie will be Mrs. Hamtld. Colt.
R. A. Jones, Jr.. G-t; C.A. BeaO. j
jr.. AdjutaM uenerai,- uj. Army
Caribbean; L. F- Wilsoa. rurgeoo;
IX CoL R. H. Welsl, of tbe ord ord-aace
aace ord-aace section: Lt CoL A. C. Davie
G-J; and Cspt R. G. Friar, aide
te General Harrold.
Barrtld and party I re Scheduled
to return to the Canal Zooo m Jane
i--T -THatMi- viKr'Trr-mmmT'ITin i MMaoatito-OMtasasaMiewaaerwiMe iiiimiiiii ltmrM-Tra
pitolio I TivoLi i rcru I A I RIO
rii ef GIUT
lie. ., tie.
Prohibited Jor Minora
. LOS AMANTXS
Fxbuloos Doobla FrofTtJasI ;
Rock Kodwt rn
, rattuc una f
Tom Hgrrv J
1TERTTHTT0 BUT TEE
. TRUTH .
Beaten Only Koowa
Mr. AXUpm .
Je-mo MensJTeid f?f
THE CI at CAICT :
HZIX OX FRISCO
T'-'t': RAT .."
. Also: ,
TEE BAD SEED
tne npuse ppropriatlons conir
minee r ftep. jc nrocflu (o
Cabinet Secretary Max Rabb-
vho packed all four children and
his wife off to Harvard for his
25th class reunion this week Is
Currently out-ranked by his own
daughter.. v-r ;
S But teen-ftge BniHy.' who ;now
cuincs uie uua ui vic nrasiaen
of her 9th grade class, isn't im
pressed: W:M honor, A ffiniHy
mena who tmm tf veongmtur
ti : fcer asked: a this vice
president Bobb?" ; thtr Answer
was: "Oh. no; OiUl la ? Emily."
Emily was quick to explain that
sne was "amy tne vie president,
the don't do anythmg.
Confusion; as usual, took ever
is... .. ... -'-. L ,T .'
at pne p me pig penvenjiiqn no-
lew ncre wnen uiree wiueiv air
ferent groups wer cQScjaylng; po
ihs premises, :i ,:- ,,;
A Republican committeeman.
her for the two?day op? meet
ing, paa S5 ana enierea a met
ing oi weignu anq measures sou
ntists, and tWf) Bttoael apeJBog
ao iinnots atnmwed into a
press conference tt held by OOF
chairman Meade Alcorn.
Weiehts and 'measures mat
sound like oolitlcal iarffon. but
Alcorn would b( -going some to
Mrs. James ii. Douglas, wife of
the new Air Farce Secretary, la
a )pp contender lor tbo Utif oi
Desr, j;unoruggjr,ja qwn,
As if official and party duties
weren't Rough, M. ppuglas
adds being aewetaiy a d gtil-
Frlday to the budding opera so
ciety her; rfress -designer itat ry F, Schlaeppl
CrMi's" rIetfer- wss directed -to
Sen. Richard B. Russell (P-a..),
whose Armed Services Committee
is considering,, a' House approved
hni which would authorize Presi
dent Eisenhower to jell four and
lend 4S ships from the V-&. "'hoth-
baU fleet'! to Western Europe, Jua
tin America. Thailand and Free
Thin J . i i --
Guatemala's Pame was inserted
in the tali on tne motion pi nep.
V. Sites fD-Fla.). who said the
House should Jhow its "apprecia "apprecia-tlpn
tlpn "apprecia-tlpn of Guatemala! brave strug-
gie to- remain a pan ui
" The warshios nientloned In "the
bill are submarines and destroy-.
- "fidtuwal Tisi at this time no
plans for establishmg a navy and
therefore has no need for vessels
of this typO- CJsis tew ttutseu.
- t'nu.1'1 UJ.JJ II1. '!" "tv
Unitarian Society Society-Names
Names Society-Names Directors,
The UBitarla Society an
nounces the board of directors
and committee appointees for
the current year, as i, follows:
president, John A. Morales;
vice-president, Mrs; ,Cv R. BOw BOw-ep:
ep: BOw-ep: secretary nd treasurer, Mrs.
N. H.: itcoauley: and directors,
Mrs. Leta Harmon, Mrs. Edrls
Bytle; and Richard H. Jenks.
; cpmmittees:"progr'im, Mrs. G,
B. Bowenchvrman and Rich Richard
ard Richard W. Coy; publicity,' Mrs. 'C.
H Haman.-. chairman and John
A. MOralet; jreligloua reduca,tion
-rs, Ot Cv Myers.
The new orarin is jaja. fcn-.
HALFrA.. COLUMN; t
Mbrb Or LcVi-fiov And Than
Bv CRFQE CALJIOUN et a
'3 f 4
A SI .1
YHE w",t W wear p yoor
A wrist today, 4 rcliabl,
efficient, highly accurate piece of
tneohsfljsm.;Bu.t UirQuUMiot bf
what it is tare for two great dis discoveries;
coveries; discoveries; This year marks their
saiversarys Twenty-fly years
ago,the- Rniex 4ysier' waWh
ptopt case vas periostod; twenty
year Ago,, the Relex FerpeM
pioneors of hproogy, dreatping
Cf ner-pefea accuracy in
watches, olwaye knew that their
Vltimoto goat was unattainable
votii the delicate, anoehaaises it
demanded could be protected try
kin of ttif islf-aiato a lb
walked ma toM
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ka m4 la 4 Vata n a
m mbMi Mfedp of fa aiaVMlaa 1
i resjljr airprof caae. ad
guarded from She vagaries at
haod-wifldiag by a raliabie self self-winder,
winder, self-winder, la the RoJex Oyster case,
peteotad st IV26, we have the,
4rt" truly waterproof case. In
the Roles Fcrpetual Rotor smcn.
amam, patented ia 1931, we hive
the first truly trustworthy saJT-
Proof of tl efficiency, if
proof were peeded, lies ia the
fact that tbJ aetf-vutdiof
M fim l)n( Mtfradn wnM-mtck.
' proof wajch is ecepti4 tfidiy
an integral pert of our modern life.
Genuine advances in watch-ma k
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mtervalt; here are twq tP which
ad vatchmakeji ova a debt.
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: ; A new NOTE &NLTIIE BQQOTCE puGI j y. :
Pop Wright Js stiU biowrng strong on the JSapv An ;
tojilQ Eusl& despita.Texa aiui high wttte Th Boqileto
Bugle nas been neglected since Pop left the .Valley 'qf
Rainbows. Fernando (Doc).Tapia tooWd It once in a':
while, trut now rernahdtj has deserted, the. delightful i
valley, il'v taken an occasional' loot and now comes my
granddaughter, perhaps, to sound a new note. Here ia
her first tooting. ? 5
, lVe been looking up 'the Bpqiiete Bugla history anij
have not found a singly fennine pontribytor, Weil, thera
is a time for everything in life and I gUess Pop Wright
is going to be surprised when he hears that Calle Jan Jan-son's
son's Jan-son's daughter is' married to a doctor and that theboth i
are settled tri e valiey;para sjempre ;V V-
"Going oveif to the PAnarnonte this morning 1'met'.
Uncle Hans Elliot cleaning out an old storage roonv j I
couldn't resist poking arQuad ia the trash-and found an
album of Pop Wright's old records. uch Items, as '?essje,
The Telephone 'Operator Tield Not Tq Temptation and
;6weet Jfcnnle Were .wrapped in pld papfr anc?
pretty- good shape.' One number, Uncle'Jostt and Aunt
Nancy Visit New -Vori-City,' was too much for .us "and -into
the Panamonte office we went to listen to it oji the
hi-flf, 'Uncle Jrish4 relates that he .wai o'n a street car
when a?rather plumpwoman kept shoving a!, 'slender,
purty little lady The abused iaoy said to the, woman,
They ought to charge by weight on these streetcars.'
Retorted the woman. 4If thev did; thev wtttiMn-f. tnn fa y
K't afu that ?op 'got, any mpxe fun, put v; of ,jhem''
that Uncle Hans and l. -r 1 '
. o iu Mi'MF w uu. seen crux, ptanitng m japqueta.
I ?e sent to, the States fpr some mangolds, asters, sweet '.
ftlyssuro,. geantums, hollyhock,' larkspur, and snap-dragons.
Carlos, my, husband, says I'm pretty pptirmstic u
think all f it will grow here. I have also sent for some
peach, apple, and grape seed The wller remarked to'
me tor MtVep thl fee. doubted that any deciduous fruit V
wpuld do wf;Jl her because they need a period of real cold
for their dormant stasre ta da wit .Rut h imrmrf
ine the fruit that hntt tht, ahnftf AT,rr-- vZ rr
Moimjche up in Lerida produees some lovely peaches and
grape?, but that is several thousand feet Higher.
. ."J sav Biy second Ixildblrth recently.' Carlos had''k
yery nervous patient and I rrffweri if nth vit, ,,7'
tog the qight And talk to the .womap.. The first child-
wtii i saw was oniy a coupie or month before, my ownv
baby -eatne.- This mothej-.riad had' seven children,' and v
the on coming was her eiehth. Her eldest dftinrhtar wI V
cxptctiag her second baby. They sent fer-us.at six. in
the morning ana the bafey came at eight, two hours later.1
Carlos delivered it in a nitr-h waA JJLKT--
flashlight. to jsee with. I held the light for hirri a, he
delivered the child, arid could hardly see where to point
... -.- tif -a a M V J ? J
''r0.?1 "s6, up here-have either:. no win;
urU),i WW m tne original, construction I
the Inhabitants thereof carefully board them up Con Consequent!
sequent! Consequent! jr the houses are full of smoke from the wood
stoves and it Is dark Inside even at noon. Whenever Caf-
rvv.r ic jimc uuu j. can always leiA CyA
the, pungent smell of smoke that immediately becomes
impregnated in his clothes. But these are. brave peopled
$4en with huge gashes eut by machetes nonchalantly;'
smoke xigajrettes. while- being sewed up, 1 The women r
ntver given Rny kind pf anaesthetic during childbirth, as- -long
as it is inormal, and not a whimper Is heard out of ;
them during the pains. Carlos once asked a patient, WU1
you yell when the pains ?ome?v 'What for?r the smiling -lady
replied. ,.', ,
, ;"3rittmaria Janson Fedreschl." j
Pop will probably r be. no more Surprised? that tny
granddaughter has taken up the Bugle than that Uncle ;,
Josh and Aunt Nancy and Bessie, the Telephone Oper--v
ator, hv been on Hi-FL, : . x - -
t A- nnt.il tllSfl't ie n AA r A ataa wva annta aassA Inaa tt4 ,aai 1
for Pop, is that Iierida is the beautiful coffee nlantatinn
deyeloped by Tolife and Julii'Monnichfi jLbove Boquete v;
' Kctauuu or over ouou leei mey grow no only
top. grade coffee, peaches and craoes but also most ri
Kcious strawberries. J'.v- -. , -It
will interest Pod to hear that Tariff ; Ka K-n
sold to Alfred (Fritz) Collins, son. of John O. and Win-
rjie Collins. Hard as It must be to part with anything
as lovely as Lerida, there is -some consolation in the fact--that
the Jlonnlches have known both Frit and his wife"
inga, aajjgnt-er 01 nana ana vera Jianot, since their in-'
fancy, so that lt is almost like keeping thf tlfthtation in v'
the family. ...
' o Rhonda Flemlns
-Odongo" t y ;
' Cinemascope Color
Men. 'THrht te Honr Kenf
Shewing at Ypur Syria Ctnter Theotrei Today
JBUBLO BTS. S;SI IdllBOA '
TUrretta f Wima-ele Street"
Teesday "Odonce" V
GATCN I.St T:N
Taeida Tbe Base
MAROARITA 2:JS, 1:13, S:U
Bob Hope -
-THE lEOJt PETTI C? AT
Colorf -' r't
JHrt.rh Gatnwta. TPeeoie
o Deborah Kerr .
O Robert Mitchum .
Heavea Rnews Mr. AlUsoa"
Also showing Monday't
B'A L'B O Aifso"!'. ,,,,
7 ; : dan daiLey ginger Rogers
eeu a m Lvxrf
also rnowia voypATi
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V an Jo&oson y
"21 Paeaw te Raker Street
A A VTA CKIZ 7:S3
o b:U Hairy
TJaa't Funk Tbe TRcV
LA POCA ?:H
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I s HUBBY HAS THE HONOR -Master Sergeant Vincent C. Me-i
. China;, U.S. Army Caribbean Enjteeer section, pins a Depart-
ment of the Army award (for ., meritorious performance1 ofv,
duty) on his wife Martha during ceremonies at Ft. Clayton
). Friday. Mrs.lMcCIung; received the award for outstanding
v work aV stenographer for the 50th Military Police Detach'
. ment at Fort Clayton from January, 1955 to January 1957,
r Sergeant and Mrs. McClung live at Ft. Clayton with their j
' -two sons, )VilWanv 12 and Kenneth, 6. U.S. Army Photo)
Van -may bejjorn to trouble, but
at least there is no monotony, in
, the way it strikes- Scarborough,
. that gem ot English seaside hoh hoh-i
i hoh-i days places, frequented by "home
. and overseas visitors 'alike, has
. trouble to the tune of ar estimated
annual loss of 100,000 pounds all
r. because hotel guests have a habit
' of sitting on the edges of the beds.
Scarborough's Mayor, himself ; an
hoteher,, has been pleading with
members of the Rational Bedding
"Convention to m a k e mattresses
tougher round Uhe) edges.' tough e e-vnough
vnough e-vnough to be sat on while shoes are
; being, emptied, o sand and t.h t
' day's excursions are discussed.
i JThere1 ,areh mattresses; nd mat mat-.
. mat-. tresaes but nothing in Scarborough
resembles the Flying ; Mattress"
T Watched the nther dav at White
' Waltham -airfield, in the-English
county of Berkshire. This new iBrit iBrit-t
t iBrit-t Ux invention is the answer.to the
5 private owner who wishes to Keep
hi. aiwo-nft- in h nrii.-The M.
i lrtliitv if it ha I
delta-abaped t wing like anVinflat anVinflat-mattrpx.
mattrpx. anVinflat-mattrpx. which can be rolled
A up and stowedi in a kitbag. We saw
i thewmg pumped up ana iixea on
; inn nf (wn-seater fuselaee. i and
the contraption then took, off with-
, out fuss after ,a rum pi less, wan
: ion varda f91JmetresT i
!: : t. -, i i fc.j.-..V.-, fK;V V'
' With a LW ihorsepoweriengine
. driving xpusher" airscrew, the
: frying' matUess goes 20 miles, (32
kilometres) to the gallon on ordi ordi-;
; ordi-; nary car petrol and cruises at 50
ni )... iRflV; kiln ptrMl- rr- hour.
Although the MX. Utility has 'been
i developed primarily lor Army .ru-
coanaissahce, t was told that.ma that.ma-ny
ny that.ma-ny private buyers are expected.', i
Tribute To Ilettrkhy--; -fi f ;,
If.ho skyborne mattress looks
like something but of the, Arabian
Nights,- it is model nf oohveri oohveri-'
' oohveri-' tion compared with many of the
weird pioneer-engineering mpde(s
I saw this-month, in London's jam jam-,
, jam-, out Science Museum; I had not
- meant to stray among the' ancient
. ateam locomotives and motorcars,
but, tike the- small boys who ling linger
er linger in these-halls of mechanical
. mystery, pressing knobs that make
" tha mnAT unrlt. t nuirl nftt rirt
myself awaj from) so many dis-
4 .: r
feh cnoinApr Sir 'riharlex Parsons.
I inventor of the steamvtUrbine, at
a worm oi v JiiDgiana i' xuwery m
these superseded machines, which
mnniolt in hoir fisy) .with
the' sleek, mostly streamlined mod
els of modern power plants me
Calder Hall and that other great
j -ii a Ml i-
atomic station sun ouuuing ai
Dounreav in Scotland..
Under Siil '..
Frnm fhf fMiwpr hall I dawdled
mw TMiv.,nllt-. aa T 'had rAmA -.- in.
caught up thia tpie in1 perhaps 1 he
the. museum -'ships, Many oi tne
haaiitifiil hnnrl-miid mndels.' their
miniature, rigging p a s i delicately
spun as a spider s web, date oaca
.m iincfinal i.nllAMinn ., fnrmpd
in; 1864,- but the tuspiay; receives
frpnnpnt : mnderlh additions.- ',
, Among :au mere:- was noinmg
1C:h Ar.nu:l Airshov
By Criiish Sccicfy
C:e!:$ 359 Exhlbils ;
l Britain' annual ? llrshow. the
18th of its kind, which is being
Ik. t al Aircraft 1T..
tabhshment at Farnborough, Hamp
shire, from September z-8, win oe
bigger than ever Wis year. t
Annminpincr tfiia thp Societv of
British Aircraft .Constructors 1 f S.
B.AC.) says1 that more tnan 3ou
iiMtu havp hnnlfpd snare in 'he
exhibition haU. part of the show
compared with tne previous re record
cord record of 338 last year.
rSiiilad nrpannn ar likplv to be
prominent at the exhibition and
the aircraft industry hopes to get
security clearance so tnai u can
give the pubhc some indication 01
its achievements in tnis ueiu.
ino.iQdA when the nublic was
i.mitial ftlmnet AM m and-
here quarter million people have
paid to see these aispiays.. uver uver-u
u uver-u inrcrpst ran be caused from
.i,i,ii- r.at vear 40 over-
seas newspapers an penoun;i
in" 17 countries pumisnea a spcuiw
oh aiinnlpmpnt or insets.
while well over 200 other ublica-,
tions- earned aay-ro-oay icvwn
" t .cff ir .fhn disnlav was at
tended by a record, number.,, of
foreign guests, including missions
several hundred strong from the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, v France, Germany
and the Netherlands.- This year the
International concourse i expect
ed to be even greater
TBI STJOTAT AMSRICAll ' " ' , y MCgTCSSS 1
BEATS WALKING Patrohng store aisles by the, mile, day in v
I X a.M A.n-,p Ink M AMW fl At-fct n 1 111 4a11 J f
Herb Cohen found this out a few weeks' after he opened his,
two-blockrlong Gee WilUker's Store in Monroeville. Pa. Feeling v;
that his daily chore was makmg him more tired than a man of t -32
should vett he purchased a scooter, the type used on golf r ",
courses ow .pciuicJ Bivic upcua. j vuii atwier;
whizzes from counter to tounter insptctuig things to see that :
everything is shipshape. 4'- ,-',;' ... .J
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Red Cross Shovr
Hio'ViUdiitin th-Colon Red Cross!
AUfclUJIkililluin - I
benefit Show tomgn? wii: du Airreu
Clark and his "Mel Onicks," who
are fresh from" a victory in a loc
al tinging contest staged .in uoco
Solo ; !,
a in a' with "55ii. Panama'.' Co
lon's Calypso : King Isabel and
Relnaldo, Airo cuDan oancer,
..J. lhi, irticli nf intpr-
aiiu 111 j uww M w --
national famei will entertain to tonight
night tonight tt- the Colon Arena. i
. ircuuuiv !'.
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i My quest, which I eventually va va-ehieved,
ehieved, va-ehieved, was the new 75,000 pounds
electric power gallery, -a remark
able display ranging in scope
' from the original demonstration of
electricity generation by the. Eng
lish physicist Faraday in 1831,
' n tha wnvlt't 4irmt full., tfal nilh
lear power ttatioh opened at Cal Cal--
- Cal-- der Hall, in the English county of
cumoeriana in ivm.a .
Th- Sripnrp Wnpiim in South
' Kensington, the origins' of "which
aate Decs" nearly a century, nas
always made great use of dioram dioramas
as dioramas and working models, if not the
. Mnal mahinpa r ThP; hpar ffallc-
ry, glowing with cunningly-Cghtedl
-.oioramas, inciuaes one ot an ex
'vtprim ratal turn man rinwpr at A
. - j,- -
' tion which generated London's first
hydro-electnc power station in the
' (British Isles, built in 1883 at Port Port-rush,
rush, Port-rush, in Ireland. And smong his historic
toric historic "machinery in the actual tur
bo-generator installed by the Bra
lovelier, to my eye than the per per-fantlv
fantlv per-fantlv tiirnH Krnlod -. down reolica
of the Cutty Sark. She is' much ip
the news now" because the 1 won-
derful samng cupper; nersen, duui
in Scotland in i869, and the .fast .fastest
est .fastest ship in. the world of her day,
hii;.niw nMn rpRuirM anaeiveu
wniiunt hprth, in drv dock at
Ureenwicn, aown anamea jrgm
London Queen? Elizabeth-II iwill o o-pen
pen o-pen her to the pubuc oh June 25,
.' Inher greaf days fit tneAuitfal. tneAuitfal.-ian
ian tneAuitfal.-ian wool trade,' the-Cutty Sark" of often
ten often logged 17 1-2 knotsoverhauling
mftnw ."etpamchin Nnw khp 1lPA
rigged and freshly p a i n t e d at
Greenwich a permanent memorial
to the men of the Merchant Navy.
The money- she earns will go to
wards 'Bursaries lor.wainmg-ooys
as aeameBC'-w : 'f : :
1 Vanfa jtloalW nrnnnrtinned -Cal-
lleon dating back to the reign -of'
the first (jueen cuzaoetn 4uu years
an, a rfpnipprf in the Science
Museum, and ships, too, of the
nme or aasnmg Vupiaiu vautuuy vautuuy-erp
erp vautuuy-erp whose name has just "been hon honoured
oured honoured in the little church oi St. Pe-
f&a 1AhMi omit h Wlt nf
London," where Be is buried.? Van:
couver, born,' in 1757, made t n e
.first complete survey ofhe west
coast ot Noith'' America;- Vancouv-
er Islanfj isnamea alter aim. ino
Lieutenant governor j ox unusn
Columbia was in Petirsham : to
lay. a wreath on his gavaf 1
,. -y t
And Now, Sleetroniet-'i- ; 1
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lr.M,AiiiA,'i im fnnk f a u t
years. Would be have" halved 4he
time, given radio ana m a a r n
weather forecasting? The. latest
in Britain is 'meteorological pre
diction by eWctronics. The Nation
al Physical Laboratory has just
told Us that ks new electronic com
tilth, Aticrina Vnnavll kl A fV F!
-"""a " :
will be giving jveather forecasts
Dy tne enn Of the year.- ai presem
tne expena wnra 09 Temuuereu
experience." When reports of air
If the forecast is not correct.
pressures, temperatures and winds
jnma In fmin larop arpaa. thpv re
call what happened when similar
conditions prevailed, in ruture-A.-
C.E." will le fed with.the reoorts.
1 i.i : : 11 -rW
ana in a lew ntinuicx wu cuuo 1
up" punched cards giving the cor- I
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SUNDAY, JUNE 11957
S!:t!i i::r::cf Welch
Social and SjJtkerwti$ V
Sfoclc Dinner tard
CHICAGO, June 15 (UP I
70-pound foxhound named Roe
kv has received a reward-J-a all
ver dollar and 15 pounds of
A standing; reward of $1,000
offered by the Chlcaeo Currency
Exchange Association for appre
hension of anyone Burglarizing
one of us exchange maae Jttoc
It started back on April 14
1958. Junius Harrell, Rooky's
owner, took his alert foxhound
for a waut. as tney passea a cur.
rene? exchange on the South
Side, Rocky began to growl and
pull.. He had seen two men at
the door of the exchange, appar-r
ently trying ,0. pake a lorcci
Harrell pulled Rocky from the
sidewalk and into his apartment
wnere ne ppooea police, une oi
tne capturea men was seniencea
But how was a dog to be re-;
warded? Officials of the Curren
cy Exchange Association finally
hit noon the answer. Rocky was
induced to climb upon a scale at
4 Vt n BauiaUttAti'a nAAj4Nnaifaiia
The scale showed 70 pounds.
Then ii.QOO In sliver dollars was
placed en the. scale. .The silver
fioiiars came to 02 ft pounas.
The officials doubled the dlfn
ference of 74 pounds and plaeed
an order-for 10 pounas 01 steax
all lor Rocky.
Harrell and tha two policemen
who made the arrests eaeh re
ceived a $333 share of the $1,000
reward. Rocky got the extra
buck. iv,.-. v
BOSTON, June 15 (TJP)i- One
of the world's most unusual
watches Is for sale here. The late
Tom Lawson, famed financier
paid $10,000 for It ,in 1899.
An extraordinary feature of
this solid gold timepiece is a set
of chimes. The watch chimed for
Lawson at 9:45 a.m. 15 minutes
before the market opened, it
rang again at 10 a.m. to signify
tnat tne market now was open.
It also chimed at 2:45 p.m.,,15
minutes before the market clos closed,
ed, closed, and at 3 p.m., the closing
The watch Is one of several
antique timepieces, valued at
$100,000, placed on sale recently
Dy tne .Boston jeweiry nrm 01
Charles, Henr7 & Crowley.
For FHghf r
BINOHAMTON. N.Y.. June 15
(UP) Television may give a
new dimension to jet "flight" in
a simulator on the ground.
The new wrinkle consists of
the addition ei a closed-circuit
television to provide a life-like
view 01 an airport en lanaing or
takeoff as part of pilot .training
unk Aviauon corp.. builders
of "tha famous Link trainer, is
reported considering the' use of
tne TV idea. It would consist of
projecting on a screen in front
of a simulator cockpit, a picture
whieb reflects changes cf per-
spective.v altitude ana motion
caused by whatever action the
training pilot takes with the si
mulator controls. -'
1, aMMMM MM Ill JMill I m linn i
I 'ir.iiiv iriTnTn's mv r.nnt. fitanlev Wins kv.'vho Is shown here with his wife Hthel ana
Uhis children Greg ana Susie, is one of the ma ny Isthmian fathers whQ will celebrate Father's
J-DaAwith' hia family,- Wiwsky, ls,statloped at rt.Kobbe. ,- t -t (Photo i by Jean Bailey)
FATHEfc'lTDAr CELEBRATED' JSC OTHERS, KlKDS
J AND EVEN DADS THROUGHOUT THE ISTHMUS
Mysterious packages and carefully, written notes have
been shuffled from one biding place to another this week
as youngsters prepared to salute the sometimes Forgotten
Man;. rather, on his day. -
- Waether the Dads will take to their couches and relax
for the day, or pack the entire family in the car and take
off for -the keaelt r Interior was unknown as we went to
press. However, there were all Indications that they were
feing to enjoy the day eel aside ia their honor.
; pi SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
pjeailnj:,' palate tempting menus, ; -ISwj
K'lu 'hoice of complimentary cocktail C n
: frjigft'j: LUCHO AZCARRAGA'S Trio
Pl(j& t t rom ll.S0. a.nv -i"S:3(f p.m.
loip in the cool.'comfortabie- iVwr
iJy 'u"-nditiened Bajboa Room ?1L
fl?W r c0 ie fcW' ' onjy $Xx5
CAROL' CREATES lTltD
plays the piano T I KUw -'
l p.m. 2 .m, tonise
in the Balboa Bar a aark.fcr mom -' .'
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The Ambassador of El Salvador
in Panama Dr. Francisco Lino
Osegueda and his wife gave a din din-no
no din-no party at the Embawy resU
dence last night in honor of their
davghter Marts who 'was cele celebrating,
brating, celebrating, her birthday, ;;:
A" group of; her, foung J friends
attended. i. 4 i
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U Fardinaml Crtian
Leave For. Garmany
Mr. Ferdinand Grebien has been
appointed as cultural attache ad
honorum tv the Panamanian Le
ration in Bonn, and has left for
Germ any by plane. He has re re-eerttv
eerttv re-eerttv bwv decwated with the
Order of yico Nunei 4e Balboa,
"'.lit Grehien U 'aewinlM by
his daughter Mrs; H. J. lilies.
wife, of the German Consul of Co
lon.- She plans to' attend the an
nual, anthronostihjcal 1 t
conference in Dornach,' Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland from July 28 to Aug, 18. :
iw'darf Of Amorlcan
BrWo AMlatla '
The ptesident of tbe' Amerlcsn
Bridge tfKH','n, M-, n s',',
mon end his wife arrived here
Mtt. They wH N at the Hnte
El. Panami until Monday, when
ther leve for South America.
Mr.- Solomon is rated the fifth
best bridge, player in tha world,
(CONTINTJEIJ O rAGE g)
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' Two distinguished lawyers, Dr. and Mrs. A. JThomal, mv mv-rived
rived mv-rived Friday nljht from Havana on Braniff's El .Conquistador,
for m threeday tislt to the Isthmus. 1 A-- '' ..' .-:
'" Dr. Thomas la the Director of the Law Institute of the
Amerioa In Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Thomas Is a lawyer also, and a
renowned author. Harbook "Communism versus International
Law" has received' world-wide acclaim and their book, "Non "Non-Intervention"
Intervention" "Non-Intervention" If widely regarded al a scholarly treatise in Latin
America,' .'.-,,r";;- j.t-.--
' While here, they will visit the Lair School of 1h Panama
rjnlverstty alumni of the Law Institute and prominent local
lawyers. ' ( ''r,"- -r '..,: .:"-
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas will make an extended tour of South
America before returning to the .States on August Jl. During
their stay In Argentina,- Dr. Thomas will be 'a visiting professor
at the Rational university of Buenos Aires. .,.
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STRING BUSTERS-r- The String Busters" were among the performers who entertained thef
gptb Infantry's First Battalion at Rio Hato last weekend.. All students of Balboa Ilifh School i
the group consists of, in the foreground, Lewis. Bateman. guitar; and Jerry CuMfe, brass; and
in the reart Frank; Stable, guitar j Ozzie Cawl, drums; and Bruce Bateman, guitar. t
' ' J r i (U.S. Army fhoto)
'Ark jlpyal: Pride Of Britain
To Visit New Yorkr June 18-20
H.M.S. "ARK ROYAL:?' Britain's
newest, most up-to-date aircraft
carriep and pride p the Royal M-
f ia coming xo iew ipra ior a
sit mm June 18 to June 20-4 after
king part in. the international
Naval Review at Hampton Koads.
Excitement Is yunmng, high s
mang the ship's company-. 110 of
ficers and. 1,522 ratings at the
rospeci oi seemg me signts ( 01
fewf York nd especially iBroad-
Ark Rdyal"..' is eguipped" with
the latest devices for the ooer
ation of aircraft at ie. She has
an angiea aecg, two steam cata catapults,
pults, catapults, deck i lauding mi?rof sight
and a deckedee elevator. Thus e-
quipped, she can fly off and land
the heaviest and fastest types of
aircran now envuaiea in navai
warfare and ODerata them more
rapidly and with greater safety
than any former. egrri.et of ,the
An unusual feature of the, j'Ark
oval is mat sne ia eauiDDea.witn
closed circuit TV. mstaiiauon.
l 1 i 1 1
snip nas .a leievision ... siuuio
a large proportion of the ship's
messes are fitted with .receivers.
When she is at sea and out -of
range of shore television stations,
kve programs and films are tele televised.
vised. televised. The television is alio used
for briefing-aircrews and for ex explaining
plaining explaining the nature of Fleet exer-
euet anq other-mattress of inter
est t me ship s. company .1 v x
& The VArkf RwatVvsredeeassor
played a notable part in the war
at tea until ; she was sunk bv tor-
peao m tne Mediterranean in Nov
ember .1841; :The Germans had
previously claimed, that the ''Ark"
nsd been, sunk oa many occasions
and her continued survival, i al-
tnougu lakuig part ia many hazar hazar-do0$
do0$ hazar-do0$ operations, acted aa a. tonic
to the JKritish -nation ; at a tima
when much of the war news was
Attributed To Use
WASHINGTON, J une 1 5 iUP)
The Bovemment has come uB
with some facts and figures on
The public health service said
there were 74 new cases of pa.
lid during the week ended June
8 bringing "the overall total
since April to 511.
But thaaks io the Balk polio
vaccine, the figures tell a dlXIer-J
ent story this year.
The "4 new oases are lees than
half the number reported In the
corresponding week of 1958.
The figures since April are off
by 462 cases 1 compared to the
similar period of last year.
Ex!?d By Parcowy
ASUNCION. Paraeuar. June 15
(Ur- fresident Altredo wroesB
ner bsi exiled nine Perowst re re-fuKpei
fuKpei re-fuKpei to tmy provincial; 'towns
miles from the Argentine border.
A JHh refugee from Argentina,
identified as a former major in
that country's army whe ctme
here recently from Brazil, was re
sorted in confinement at police
headquarter! onund i f c 1 9 1 e d
cnarges.- ;.. r"
The exiles were' sent to Fuerta
Olimpo. a riverboat base midway
between. Asuncion and the Brazi
ban town of Corumba.or to Pe'
dro J. Caballero; on the Brazilian
porder 350 miles northwest of here
Thev were identified aa former
leaders of the CGT labor federa
oonj an organizauon which wai
created by Peron and which serv
ed as one of bis main sources of
power. The only one identified by
name' was Humberto H umber,
former CGT secretary in Formosa
Province. v , j f:--; ,,
The Stroessner regime appeared
to be returning the favor done it
by the Argentine government,
which recently arrested 23 Para Paraguayan
guayan Paraguayan refugees accuse
ting against Stroessif in Clorin-
da, across Hie river irom Aiuncwa.
Nine of tne Parasvayans wtrj,
flown -to the national Benitentiary
Buenos sores. -' ;? ;
Is New Stylj V
v JJUt'FALQ, -N.Y.. June 15 (UP)
r Buffalo custom tailor: John
Barbieri has desisrned a one-lapel
djnner suit Jn Italian ilk, and
he predipts,. this styloi will be
sweeping the, country Jo, years
' AnotheV BarliierV'creatlQn thij
year Is a .coat with jzippered
arms-that permit tha sjeeyes to
be turned back to form a cloak
in warm weathejv
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- : ; tnd Setttle. .- x
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CUSTOBAI, AXDOB BALBOA 1 V
Ta Krw Yerft ai Bem .S344J4 ;
Te Im Aaralea aa a rraartsea and
IUarala frrai L AareUs SHIM
Te SeetUe sag Betara SltMS
thru the Jroning: imM
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Ym, Serrtna mikes your iron fly -cuts down iron ironing
ing ironing time 00 every starched item in your basket,
Mix "Sa tins with your hot,' rcadv-to-iron starch aad
see juit how delightfully easy it it to iron the
Satina-way. Tevr clothes will look and stery erUp end
cfeoa Ungtr, ervo imetl cfivlnely fresh I '
. Git yevr bcx tl Sat 'na today ih
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SUNDAY, JUNE 18. 1957
,Unr tmi m..l ,1 rniirnyl
Social ah til
Friends Invited .
Te Attend Fox-Rudge
Wedding And Reception
Miss Marcia L. Rudge, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr: And Mrs. Daniel H
Budge of Balboa; will become the
Dride of Mr.. Gerald F, Fox. son
of JMr. and Mrs.- Gerald Fox" of
Balboa at the Balboa" U n i 6 n
Churca tomorrow, night at 8 o' o'clock:.
f A reception will follow aL.ihe:
Amador Officers' Club.- j
' AH friends of both families- are
invited to. attend both the w e d-
' ding and the reception.. No indivi
dual invitations have ,been sent.
; At Luncheon
Members of the Panama Canal
. Chapter of the Daughters of th
American Revolution gathered in
df g. Mjen. ; w
' Brie. Gen. Milton L. 0 gel en
scheduled to arrived in the Canal
Zone early .today ta becom, the
tjeputy commantung general, u.b.
Armv Caribbean. i.
i Expected to accompany t, the
fefleral are Ms wife, Dorothy;
two daughters, Virginia and Bar Barbara
bara Barbara and a year-old-son. Stephen.
i Trior to tls assignment lnt he
Canal Zone. General Ogden serv served
ed served as Brigfed Commander,, 56th
AAA .'jagadev.- Ton -? a
i iaia.-t i f '.. !'::-" ;:';'" '
A Teteran( of ftbr t h a n 45
years service; service, General Og Og-den
den Og-den has-seen service, during World
Sir D' and the Korean conflict
is foreiga service includes as-
emehts in Europe, Japan- and
. Ifit was chief of staff of
i li 'ii m ii r .! i ,i i i i -ii ri 1 1 in in urn iiidiih i rj m iipi i
fciiMiLin i.. i iiwi wjiiiiwwwMWMMMaiii liiiaiiViiliili W nti m't"'mmmmmmmmmi
the 25th Infantry Division in Ko Korea
rea Korea from March,'-1954, until the
. division moved to Hawaii in Oc
tober of 1955 where lie served in
the same capacity until Novem November
ber November of that year. At that time
- he was assignmend commander, of
the S6th AAA Brigade.
Cnrl Oeden waa bora In Rt.
Joseph, Missouri, July 1, llll.
He graduated front the U.S. Mili
tary )Af ademy at West Point t in
(332 and was commissioned a ec ec-.
. ec-. ond Liitenant io the "Coast Aril-
lary. 1 e waa promoted to the
rank of tnjatLer General in A-j
At ex'ctisive serlea of orlennis
and s to majr Army instalr
latiotii in the area has been plan planned
ned planned for Ceneral Og3'a next week.
Of.'.cUl honors will be given
the aw i puty commanding gen general
eral general w 'ih a a honor guard ceremo ceremo-rj
rj ceremo-rj in frc t of U.S. -Army Carib Carib-lin
lin Carib-lin 1 i ;tiarters at eifcht o' o'clock
clock o'clock i ion ...ij morning. Following
te ceremony, a five-day orienta orientation
tion orientation rned inspections sched sched-.
. sched-. Died for all the major Army in in-stalUUssa
stalUUssa in-stalUUssa la the Canal Zone will
I r't plats caH for the follow follow-Ir
Ir follow-Ir g tnc'xg and inspection sched-
'-r -lar-j IT: Meeting with
tve th i of Ue general and spe-
ctl f'il and anborcliDate com
r rs and v.. t to the com-
Vtri rsr.iman';n trumpet
.',rr nrn- A. (Cs'tv BOJ-
' niit i.id Urt r.iiht at the
fcirmt ct his s;vr Lena Cattie-
lJ, a local beatidin here fo.iow fo.iow-ir
ir fo.iow-ir a art atuck. lit was
I aad fceea Evirg
H LstsJ, Chma-ii, for U P
tk"e yart, ret imed io Psnama
C f U't Sstv-diy. Fweral ar-ri-''me-'s
w-'.i iTi t Use arrifal
f t --e f-en I r;i.
I it r : 04
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1 1 't ti tk J' 1ti-, f!'t-
' i i : ; ; i -1 kim
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te Garden Room ef the -'Hotel
Tivoli yesterday to celebrate lag
- Mrs. Jens Nilsfen Regent of the
Naval Officers V "I
The fegular monthly luncheon ol
the Naval Officers' Wives Club
will be held at 12 o'clock on Tues
day, at the, Fort Clayton Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club. Following1 lunch 4 and
the business meeting, there wi'l
be a white elephant drawing, uacti
member is. asked .to bring & gift
wrapped white elephant to -'.-t n
luncheon.-' - :
Members wishing to'Vnake late
reservation's 'or cancellations
Should caH .Mrs. D. Z. Myers at
Navy1 number SSOft beforfc 12 ;
clock, noon tomorrow.
ron : l.
mander-in-chief Caribbean Com
, Tuesday, June 18: Briefings with
the chiefs f. the various sections
of U.S Army Caribbean head
Quarters and visit Fort Kobbei
. Wednesday, June 19; .Visit tt
the U.S. Amy Caribbean School
it Fort Gulick, Fort Davis, and
tne Jungle warfare Training Cen Center
ter Center at Fort JSherman.-
Thursdays June 20: Visit units
and gun positions at Fort Clayton
ana various other sections there.
. tViH n Tim. )1 AWatafatUn miA
V IIUO It W(IU9 11i V1ICUUU1VU IUU
tour of Transportation s o t i o n,
Ordnance, Special Servicts and
Signal activities. - r :
General Ogden'a eldest eon,
Leigh, graduated from the U.S.
Military Academy with the class
of this year and was commission commissioned
ed commissioned a second lieutenant in the Ar-
ROCHESTER, N.T, June 15
rrrpt Thunlr tn nrtyfessional
drivers, who pitch in to drive ex extra
tra extra miles when their week'i work
is done, some 25 cerebral palsy
victims here lead a happier life.
When Mrs. Joseph Detwiler
attipht neerlnH traTinvirtatlnrt to
get the children and young a-
cuitm w xnree-oimes-weesjy
clubhouse meetings and after
noons of fun, he took her prob
lem to we Kocnesier AuwmoDui
Dealers Association, She also
annealed tn Teamsters Joint
Council 17, which found rolun-
teera in the Bakery Drivers un ;
ion, the Taxicao Drivers Union:
and in truck drivers' ranks.
The volunteers, who also in-;
elude car salesmen and bus driv
ers, unanimously re nappy
that on their days oft they caa
help those less fortunate than
tfcemaeive. ; t!
Thce Wtisr aaia volunteer
Elmer Travis, "are the greatest
prescription for chasing away
tha Khiot Anvon ho thinks he
has troubles should just look at
them. And yet Uiey re cneerrui
and happy, ror people like
them, I'll take a busman's holl holl-day'
day' holl-day' aay tlma." j
Caribbean Players j
Announce Tryouts I
For The Rainmaker
Trywifs for "Th !sipTa1tr,
the i'Tt production of the Carlb Carlb-beaa
beaa Carlb-beaa Plavera wul be Y i tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, it i p n., sal 5ndy at
fi. ia Jdia Hail, tie o.d lort
All rnbr cf the tr.r:fary
trtrr rrir,rT, fn'fTTrt fr
t-1 tv' t f : - t-r l l-It
It l-It i-v.;H X.3 j- i t t ft-. :"-'
tri to a"f i l: trvp.s.
L:;:i hi Kiro
o Cc!!:cl Acccsnb
State Auditor Bryan Willis today
criticized the Game and Fish
Commission, for its failure t6 col collect
lect collect a long overdue check, i
the check; for $ll,fel5.t5,' was
".Tnmnt -wflwl flr dealer
and a' commission agfent 1ft 1952-.
-7iva whn won ivndot venntrart. fn
,the commission to sell its used
vehirlea ha been brosecuted for
oayment 01 tne .money.
According o- the ?6mmlssioii
id th l-hfick to secure
titles to some 10 automobiles, and
after gettmg them, stopped pay
HIT; lilt VII IQC vucvAt ' r.; 1 l
The commission ; has lakea the
Cast; iu uia wupiviuu
expected to be heard .during the
juhe term. i 4 f-
In the audit Willis also noted
that collection for uniforms have
been 'slow" and added there
seems to be little chance of col
lecting the majority of the ac accounts.
counts. accounts. y .? (;
The commissibn lias "maintain "maintained
ed "maintained adequate accountability for its
equipment at the district level'
Willis said. "It would be helpful,
however, if control accounts show
ing the total amount invested in
equipment in each district were
maintained in the general rec
ords." ' , K A I )
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Gualctnala Blahios ;
For Pknf "$tb$&
eQ tnov me uuiiilhuk ua a
n.Hti kx snatf At a 'taTmifit
refugees to sabotage Guatemalan
I TUVir IVetl 4fB UVIUM0 IfSBAV) s-v
oft in the factory k few days ago,
causing some minor damage but
no tasuahies. j
Tnterlnr Mininter Gabriel Marti
nez del Rosal And Government'
press chief Koberto vastaneoai
said the bombing' was the first step
lfl a campaign of arson and sabot
age aimed at maraets ena ntner
Martinez and Castafieda charg
ed, also 'that the ref usees have
been ''promoting- student agitation"
in this country. l,
rthis was an apparent refetelice
to student' plans to observe the anniversary-June
25 of the clash
last year to which nve BCDaenti
were iciuea ny ponce gunrue.; ..-!
The two officials 4id the ftotv
erriment is 'taking Steps to fcuar
anlee the lives and Property of its
citizens" against the alleged plot
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Vacation Bible School at Curundu
To Continue Through Next AVee!c
The Vacation Bible School being
held in the evenings at the Curun-
au rroiesiant cnurcn win conti continue
nue continue next week, June 17 to 21. Th
hours of the Bible School. are 6:00
tO 8:00 p.m.
mis year's; Einie School is the
largest that has ever been sponsor
ed by the cnurch. Not only are
there more enrolled tha.-. ihy pfev
iuus year um mere is a atau of 31
teachers end workers. One of the
advantages of .the evening Bible
School is the fact that the school
ftas tne help of men who are em
ployed during today. ,.-;,, 1
The closing program of the VaJ
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SundaV evenini .tuns n mi '7-nn
rai.inn n n a xmnni un 11 am n.irf aa
p.m.' Parents are invited to come
to we closing program and lee
Pcron Icrrcrisls -
Dimmed In flcccnl
feUfthS AIRES. June IS fUPl
Five bombs have: exploded in
the last. few days in the city and
province- of Buenos' Aires,' caUSin
no CBsuamea na-oniy siignt aam
aie. Iboliefe anhouneed t6dav:
An additional three "duds" were
discovered hd exploded harmless
ly by police.
The bombings .were rearded as
part of the "terrorist campaign'1
which President Pedro E. Aram'
Dura said last weeK is being or
ganized in this country by support supporters
ers supporters of ousted ex-President Juan D.
One- bomb blew the wuiddws
out of k local government office
in La Plata: the provincial capital
and another caused slight damage
to a power plant supplying lour
- A club, a Radical Party office
and private residence here al also
so also were bombed, r
- Unconfirmed reoorls said colic
!iave confiscated type' set for a
orthcoming issue of Palabf a Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, a pro-Peron political week
ly accused t trying: to stir up
, atUntic sxm
gl)RFEsIEEDS yst, ;:
flovyefs Vefetablei.' 'i
FE R ti IN A ND
" Corner 15th St, khk '.
, .Ave. Meleades. .;
lr COLON -tRESB
(J YOU GO... y Wi
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Panama JaiM Vy;' fsi:;V.&
Will moke fill youV i'rrtfiflements before yod leave!
BAIL OR AIR llTOWmrtl-ijnwO,--
All lb f icllitle "ABterlcaJa fapreae Travel ferries
.. TYnererer you rnay go.-. i .
Y1SIT PHONE WllITE ;
Ni.'X3 Tirc'i Ave. f.O.
the work done, by .the individual
Classes. .. -
fha iunnth anH iilnlt ilenartment
of the Vacation Bible School have
been studying a course taught by
Mrs; Lester Soerheide ol itdito
rial Caribe Christian Book Store
and the pastor, Milton K. Leicug.
The course entitled, "In The
Light Of His Word" as to encour encourage
age encourage the Christian td be a better
witness and to be able to give an
answer for the hope that is in him.
. Tpa 1 wAliatfint 1 hf rihrlntiaA
Science, Mormonisnv Unity, Jeho Jeho-iih
iih Jeho-iih witni Seventh Dav Ad-
ventists and others are being stu
died 'in the iignt oi tus worar
"How Can One Be Born of
the Spirit," "May we Have The
Assurance That Salvation Catt Be
D.n. whv Khmi ti tne t nm
tian Witness?" "Does God Answer
Prayer?,"' ana many otner in interesting
teresting interesting subjects related to the
: While kll bf the other classes
are now cioeu, uo uum
dult class is still open to the public
Arrives At London
KVaiSMi PrPVnldr Mftllrlfta fehllfff-
es-Maunoury arrived at wonnon
imnrf-. fnHav from Paris to at
tend ceremonies cfilfiniefftoi'atlng
the wartime exoloita of the
French resistance, -
He declined to answer ques
lions on arrival, uuii w eAput eAput-ed
ed eAput-ed to hold a n?wa conference
later In the day.
. a&ap exchange "..
, service ;
USED EQUlPMENf SALE
Otflcr, dayton, tJ.B.J tor varl varl-r,:,
r,:, varl-r,:, uimi of usd MiuipraenV. ln ln-SufdlngKit
SufdlngKit ln-SufdlngKit not Hmltea to: SutJ 'V
,BA(ina, ,.,ete..r 4:frfiAjr,t-
rt. Cnyton Parage. tA'l34J2
trim rSi to UM a.M..h: B
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Invltatlom rn V- -propow.' Jf
taining Information on tha eondl eondl-tlons
tlons eondl-tlons "f Ml. taiyM IS
Ing bve hUrfc Bldg.N.
135,' Ft,.. Clayton... .:;
fteaiad bias Will W n tw-
ti at 1:00 p.m. Mpnrt ""
Bldg.' No. ISS. TTh txchanaa Ser Service
vice Service rervea,tt right to reject any
en all Waa. .. .- .- v;..
TnH Hi .irt. btterln M ie, 6rm 6rm-an
an 6rm-an AAFS. and nt One tot the
U.S. Government.. : 'v.?
!ct H!S Tel. 2-J::5
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Buried. 40 Yedrl
Will Be Studied-
' CHXCAOO (UP) '- Canned
foods burled in the Ant.amt.ii
40 years ago will be .brought tb
tne unuea states ror b. stuay
of the .effect of atomic radio-
acuviiy on modem foods,
They will be cdmpared Witli
presens dav and future food
he U S. jood and. Drug Admini
istration so that Any., increase
m tadioactivity due to Atoltild
and hydrogen bombs vcaii De
noted. : ; ,
'fa-4 John' t. .Hamy; .Wutjf
; 'in t:s,
V ... CLUB S8.50
" " "''5sajBsalsBsssBeaVfc.
, r , ,rr - 1
S!s' o? i6oa;Los Veteraiios-
stuay in commerce ujea.rmg
Housel Food Drug Cbifmetlc
Law Reports. dCH is & hitidnal
reporting authority on tax and
business law. '
This is only a scientific
study which will help us t
evaluate any future increases
in radioactivity, should that ,be-
comfe necessary," he saia. 1 1
i The Antactlc supplies will be
obtained : ffom the cape Royas
camp built by th8 British ex expedition
pedition expedition f 190S-19C9 -Under Bir
Ernest- Bhackleton and Camp
Evans, established by 3apti
Robert; falcon' Scott of the Brlt Brlt-isir
isir Brlt-isir Royal Navy from 1910 to
f t f
u for: the
S PE CI AL
spfcAt :$ 89:so
710.180 Ssdjwom Sd
(by eet er pieces)' 'f
' -, V !"'.-.J
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. SPECIAL $255.00
FOTINDED. IK 1 t I
Ceatral Ave. aad 21st E. Strl-I Tala. I-1S33
glSY PAV.nLNTS yjst uy. -CHARGE IT
To Mark Fdfhes
Day! With Dance
-'The- social and cultural club
"Los Veteranos" will commemor commemorate
ate commemorate Father's': Day tomorrow witi
a baftquet An formal dance to be
held-at tijc OKvAmig in Fanama
City. . rm ;
1 The I' club is.'' composed !'
MMitri hi Panftma'l six out
standing clubi of the 1920'a- its
members still hold to the dances
which include waltzes, -pasUos,
polkas-, -quadriUes, and lancersv
the"dariee ill begil Ml f ;.
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MONTHLY $13.0 ; :
MONTHLY 113.50 ;
SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 195?1,
1 angle Jm:: b mtsM
Ty -v 1 l i 1 .-v THE SUN A AT AMERICAW -,-J' v Ji
Paquiro, Gavilan Comatose'
iln 7 Furlbhg;$750 Rate tba
Is : TKree'tlioronghbreds that'Vere involyed.'iij one
of the closest finishes in the history of local ho'rse ho'rse-r
r ho'rse-r racing; will meet again this afternoon in the $750
- .i I i -"i. ii;L-1'ji i
- seven-iunong'main eveiu ior secuuu series jiupuueu
" .horses at' the President Remon racetrack? 1 '. ; .
" .Is i They are EmhruJadaY which wun
loy a.eyeiasn; aaair,. seconu oy
1 1 a whisker, and Embassy; which
Tiai'anly a length and one-half in
' '"...'1 frontef four-place, finisher. Paqui-
I, to at. the end the thrilling; seven
w iurlifVT' dash.',
, ; t 5ulr "lie he, eing" here
, gair'(;avuaii and jLoraarose,
m lropW(t Irom the- top f bracket,
' should iie'p to malte this Tace. an
other thriller- .ci
Embrujada urill a'gain have Jn
i Ha Eddrieuez iat-the saddle,
hen iVasauez. the track's leading
"winner this semester,. also has the
' U assignment to ; rue Jvaour t once
! more Mowevet; EmassyTviuhave
; : Fernando Alvarez aDoarq insieaa
ss f Alfredo Vasquez and Paquiro
r; will be ridden by Bias Aguirre in
-atead of Alejandro Ycaza.
p Little Heliodoro Gustines, now i
TMC ONI IIP
U RPinPftpn pa
first class jockey- without the "three
pound apprentice allowance, will
euiae uomaiose wnue rougn na
me Virsilio Castillo will do the
booting aboard .the unpredictable
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The secondary attraction should
be a wide pen contest in which
Chivilineo, Plateado,; Elko. Golazo.
Empire Ijoney, Pappa Flynn,,To-
ny, El Fakir and VoIcbmco, are
scheduled, .sta.rters-, Ui", t -, vf.
r The highly, rated. Germanie' go goes
es goes after his third 'straight victo victory
ry victory in the nightcap. 'Aberagie and
Rosier are his only, two danger danger-oils'
oils' danger-oils' contenders in this $600six fur furlong
long furlong sprint Very good and Con Concrete
crete Concrete Pipe appear to be outclassed.
Seven other prospective thrillers
are included on an interesting pro
C"3tt3Svb&HMK '3$'. v
CLOSE-UP Veering away at breakneck- speed to ayoid a
collision. Bob Hiers sprays Frances Lay ton at Cypress Gardens, Gardens,-Fla.
Fla. Gardens,-Fla. The water skier whe wouldn't risk his neck on dangerous
eurves like these isn't worth the spiH. AU this and cool dip.
2 Don Gran
3 Sera Bueno
4 Lady Edna
8 Globe Trotter
v r,. bet on the
Unsual Always Happens
At Inverness Golf Course
By OSCAR FRALeY
TOLKDO, Ohio (UPV-You can
unusual always hap-
FLORENCE, S.C. (UP) light
heavyweight Richard Kell y of
Florence, S.C, has signed to meet
ninth-ranked "middleweight v.bebo
Hernandez of Mexico here in a
10-round bout on July 27. Kelly
has won 29 of 31 professional
bouts, 28 of them by, knockouts.
ROME (UP)-The Italian Olym
pie Committee plans to suggest
the period from Aug. 25 to Sept.
11 be designated ior the 1360
Rome Olympic Games. The com
mittee will submit its suggestion
before the International Olympic
Committee meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria.
LAKE CANANDAIGUA, N Y.
(NEAr It jis. expected that the
Englishman, Donald Campbell,
wil make his assault on the world
water speed record with his jet
propelled Bluebird on Lake Can-
andaigua during the latter part of
nening at Inverness, where they
resume the U.S. Open today, and
this time around it's worse than
- Back in 1920, when Inverness
first staged America's top- golf
show, it came up with the oldest
all-time winner in 4J-year-old Ted
- When the Toledo ciuti tossed
another golfing jamboree in 1931,
the course frieQ under such a
blazing sun that it was known as
the "Inferno of Inverness."
lc h On Hud
"Gene Sarazen played with W
iceVbag on his head, and te eap
it off, Billy Burket beat; George
von x.im in me lonaesi piayoa ia
Open history, 72-nole scorcher.
But they broke aU, the records
of misfortune as the Open came
back to Inverness Thursday,
There was a virtual hurricane
just before noon. The wind was
a gale and the rain tame down
by the bathtubsful. Huge branches
fell v from trees. Lawn furniture
on the club grounds rolled like
tenpins. Tents in various areas
collapsed and only the ""brawny"
arms of the sports writers, man
ning the guy ropes and poles,
saved the press tent from making
like a bird. The five-ton aluminum
scoreboard moved two feet.
It's time to step up to
Four Rosea Bourbon time ia now.
Don't mias another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
moothneas and richness of this
I FOUR -I
O'W' Wi ROSES
t' r CZJ I BOURBON I
It's time for
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Yet, honest to Betsy, the ball
George Fazio teed up just, as- the
storm broke still was perched
there on its tiny wooden tee when
he returned more than an hour
"Atl Shook Up".
The day started out Vail .shook
up" when Ben Hogan showed up
with a bad back, received de delayed
layed delayed starting time so he could
see, a doctor, and then finally had
to withdraw anyhow. That was
hardly put of the way, when the
hurricane hit. ;
It ', provided the; wettest gallery
thif side of Coney i Island; and.
after that,' came a brief burst f
suqehine which turned Inverness
into a fait imitation of. a Finnish
faimo. But a there was another
storm en' route and this one com complete
plete complete with almost as much water
a the first one. drenched the
last third of the field as it, went
doggedly i and squishily about its
appointed, rounds. .. ; -1
(But Inverness is Inverness." and
trouble is trouble. -Man the pumps
men, there's another storm head
ing this way yj-vj:?
Race Track Graded I Entries
, Jockay St.'
, 1st Race "G" Natives 7 Fga. Purse $275 Pool Closes J'zOO
.1 FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Mr. Jack "H. Gustines 108 Better this week '. .'. -4-1
2 no GalUto W, Gatica 105 Could be upsetter r 8-1
3 Bugaba E. Ortega 100 Poor recent races , ' 't 3-1
4 Certamen J.Rodriguez 1J.0 Form indicates '' 3-2
5 Regla J.-'Phillips 10 Would pay off ", 15-1
6 (Montero R. Vasquez 110 Jockey should help 5-2
7 (La Gazza Ladra Bravo 108 Rates good chance 1 - 5-2
2nd Race "F" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $275 ',
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Braves Have Own Idea:
Konie fliih Hitters Duiit
Pool Closes 1:30
1 Redondita ,'H. Rnlz 104 Must go lower.-.
2 t-Fru Fru J. Cadogan 110 Lacka early speed
3 Folletito H. Gustines 106 Danger card 1
4 Linda Susy A, Credidio 112 -Should be runnerup
5 Don Grau
B. Baeza 102 Returns from' layoff.'
A. Vasquez lis Racing to best for,m
C. Ruiz, 112 Could be' runnerup 1
J. Gongora 113 Trailer for months
(; 3 -2
' Pool .'Closet 2:05
Cristian 115 Excluded from betting
3rd Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $650
;y s, ;i r ONE TWO t f
1 Cervecero H. Ruiz 103 Early speed only !s 't .,10-1
2 Prlncesa V.-r F. Gatica 100 Seems impossible. ,,,50-1
3 The Gipsy F. Alvarez ,105 Nothing to indicate k 5-1
4 Serabueno R. Vasquez 112 Should score easily 1-5
5 Julio Verne H. Gustines 110 No. 1 contender t-, 3-1
4th Race "A" .Natives t Fgs. Purse 375 s Pool- Close
By HARRY GRAYSON
. NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK fNEAl VrA
Haney's blind spot as a manager
is minting his thu-d, fourth and
imn, place hitters. -
uoing this,'Hariey violates the
nrst- rule in vine book which is,
"Never bunt your big man. out."
Milwaukee has to win with Eddie
Mathews, Henry Aaron and Joe
Adcock,;i They are paid to drive
in runs and they can't do this re
luctantly laying down their lives
for what Haney mistakenly be
lieves is for the good of their club
Haney was severely criticized
for this tactic last; September,
when the Braves blew the pen
nant on the tinai day or the sea
son 4 still bunting. ; Withv Haney,
this seems to be a Greek tragedy.
for he must know the Braves have
to die with it. Compounding the
felony is the fact that the Braves
as a team perhaps are the worst
conglomeration of bunters in the
1 Don Brigido G. Sanchez 124 .r-Could ? surprise
2 Apache J. M. Bravo 110 ..Distance to liking
3 Justlna , H. Gustines 108 Hard to beat here
4 Lady Edna F, Alvarez 110. Will fight it out-
S Tully Bar R.f Cristian 115 Excluded;, from betting1 XXXX
' 5th Race "E" Natives 6 Fgs.
3 La Enea
Purse $275 Pool Close 5:05
A Gonzales 103 Always close up -, :,ro3-2
H. Gustines 102 ;-Cpuld surprise ,5-1
F Hidalgo 113 Way down in class 4-1
R. Cristian 113 -Should be runnerup EVEN
B: Aguirre J.15, -Excluded from betting,. XXXX
6th Race 5th Series imp. 7 Fgs.. i Purs $500
" FmST RACE OF THE DOUBLE i ;
1 -Lyrical F. Alvarez' 108 -.Returns from layoff
2 Barge Royal V. Castillo 110 Weak effort In last
3 Tiburon A.' Credidio 105 Should be close up
4 Bradomjn,- H. pustlnes 105 Strong effort last v'
5 Hlncaple' D.;Cortez U0 S-Doesnt seem likelyT';
l-Fifito B. Aguirre no -Should' beat these.
7 Greco ' J, M. Bravo 106 .-Could, surprise f
HYk Race 3rd into 1mit&:M
2ND RACE OF ,THE.DOUBLE,-j5f4-,-:1:
2 Plateado i Ti? Alyarez, 108 r-Oiaat doesn't- eouWW-
3 Elk 'ini it- R. Vasquez 118 hockey will" help I ';X
5--Einpire Jioney vriawannJ juepenas ..-On ain : rf,
Cut It In
Adelaide, Australia (NEA)
Mrs.' Tom Ansbrove, a South Aus Australian
tralian Australian State golfer, was practicing
at the Kooyonga Golf Club in Ade Adelaide
laide Adelaide with her eight-year-old. son
doing the shagging,
? r.V i'H; ''-','f t,'-.t
When he had retrieved shots for
some- time, the youngster m a d e
motions -to turn to ether pursuits,
but his' mother cautioned him to
stick ateund;-she. wanted; to -hit
some half eights, :. -,
Ma," said the offspring, "why
don t you- save iroubi and': use
yourJJo. r ''-':':i'-V '
8 Pappa Flynn J.1 ROdn. iw Showing .Improvemen
8 El Fakir ; ; Cfc-Qttsa'lUxB.rb7ifosl,,V.'
SthVRaee' 6th, Sertei;top'.'T Fg. : "''"' Pnrse. $501 ffcVli
.1 ..... ,;
o&sj s.'.'--:?&-.y.' qitiniela. r- v.yw
s'l Camberwell R. vasquez no couia win-again- io--r
i-Starwick i F. Alvarez 113 -Reportedly ready- ?yg ?, .5-2
3 Cartlllero H. Gustines 108 Nothing-recently": i;,.',, 8-1
4 Little Fool' A. credidio 103 '-Chance if it rains f i .v5-l
5 Globe Trotter B. AguL 112 : Seems best here t EVEN
6 Mrs. HaUlgan Carvajal 115 -Could be upsetter 4, 4-1
There Wat. striking example
the other night against the Dodg
ers the Bri-ves have to beat. In
his previous time at bat, Mathews,
who can't bunt and wasn't built for
it, hit the ball 425 feet over the
left center field wall of Jersey Cit
y's Roosevelt Stadium with John
ny Logan on base to give Suds
... .... i j.. ......
vine iwu-xuu icau, ., 1 v ..
?,Witn the Braves leading, 2-1, In
tne slxt&v Bin Bruton on second
base, and 'Johnny Logan on first
and no one out, w.hat do you sup suppose
pose suppose Haney had .. distance man
Mathews do? Here was a glorious
opportunity to break, the g a m e
wide open and take the pressure .off
ditcher Bob uutu, but Haney is
the move-'em-around-for-sure type
. So to the utter' astonishment of
everyone except those knowing
Fred's weird thinking ,on this
phase of the game, the mighty
Mathews attempted' to- bunt.- Ed Eddie
die Eddie popped up a foul, in front of
Pitcher Don Newcombe ) ; -Bruton
couldn't run because New New-combe
combe New-combe had a shot at catching the
ballfe so was easily forced, at .third
base' 4 i fyjfr. ?.;;;; ,y ,y-t
te'..'-';' -ur.-,rr S;';?.vm- ;
Then ; the natural thing for- the
Brooklyn club to do-was walk vAa vAa-fon,
fon, vAa-fon, filling the basest A
The threat' was removed" when
the ; free-swinging Adeoek : t o o k
three straight pitches right down
the middle, lot the next batter was
the unpredictable (Bobby
Xddie MathcW C3r
son. who has reached f
it is purely an accident when hat
gets a hit., v',- -.
It' has been said, of; Haney,. thai
he-would be nn excellent manager i
if he could just forget Ty Cobb, r
for whom he nlaved th
DetroiLBut Cobb-wouldn't -Jjavei
Duntea, Mathews in that spot and,
was; much too. resourceful to keepJ
sacrificing 'when newshnvimit in
the street know it's the program.
Hanty -could well mix a ; liffle
more hit-and-run into his unKmmu1
ed system of getting men around
thaihscno ', .r. .. ... ..
Not even in the'davs of Ohh n1 H
John J.- McGraw mpr th'rrf m anil l!
iourtn place hitters bunted except
in me nintnor an extra inning
with the club at home and the idea
was to get -runner on third bass
with .less than two nut.'
sonably long -fly ball would end It.
vviin men on Dase, it is utterly
ridiculous to clutter ud-the- headi
of power hitter J like Eddie Math
ews and fHery Asmn with iens.
There is only thin t for, them
Thom- to'do hit the ball out uf sight.
9th Race t"d Series Imp..T Fgs-',
': f Oy"-ij':-v S-:.-, ONE TWO.
1-rEmbasBy' Alvarez J16 ;-Barelyvmissed last f
2 Embrujada J;. Rodriguez 113 ,In fight to- linish
3 Comatose'Mt Gustines 119V"f-Not off recent ones'
4 Kadir : '1;'.R: -vasquez-115, w-Consistent performer
R nftvllan I M. Castillo 118, -Could make it here
eaquIro;-.--B''Aulrr 114 i Rates good chance too
10th Race 4th Series Imp. 8 Fgs i f -.U torse, $600
1 Verygood G. Mbntero 103x!WoUld:pay fat. odds,,
2 Aberargie .' G. Sanchez 110 Has nigh rating v i
3 Jloaier : Gustines ios -Baeki in 'best form,
4 Germanio v F; Alvarez ,124 ryptnite Heh weieht
S-rConcrete J'lpe D. Cortez 105 Completely outclassed
' -'' .".''-''.. 7 ', 1 1 '.
JLTiUV' .';jL.svts.svJS.JL h
CINCINNATI XfNkAV V Babe
Ruth imed-wiU the Reds' visa
Ha,. Calif., farm club and was im immediately
mediately immediately ODtioned to Hornell of
the New. Yorfc.r Pemuylvanig C
league. -t, H. ', j
The 21-year-old Ruth r-real first
name George, same as tne im immortal
mortal immortal home run hitter is a S
foot 10-inch, 180-pound, right-hand
batting outfielder who played four
years as a halfback in football for
(he : University of Cincinnati. A
snrinter in track for two Seasons.
be ran the 100 in 18. He batted
.407 for .the baseball team. :
' This Babe was' bora In Parkers
burg, ?. and now live at
Reedsville, O. He graduated from
the university oa June 7,
Ruth Is the second member of
this snrinc's (Bearcat baseball
squad join the Cincinnati base
ball organization. The other was
Jim Niemann also a fly-chaser.
y IEANS REARDON' V;'
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION; It strikes me that
base hiu arc given rather loosely
on occasion.. Isn't there soma gen general
eral general rule on this? Jack Leander.
Answer: A note fat the official
rules reads: '"Give the batter the
benefit of the doubt-A safe coarse
to follow is to score a hit when
exceptionally good fielding fails to
result ia a putout.' t
Q. The batter hits a slow roller
to the second baseman and reach reaches
es reaches first base ahead of his throw.
The first baseman lets the throws
ball get through him. The batter
is up the right field foul line when
be notices this, lie tarns and beads
for second base, but seeing that
the first bate re a a bas the ball
starts back to first bate. The first
baseman tags biaa before he gets
there. What is this? Lee Goro Goro-vaa.
vaa. Goro-vaa. . ... . .....
,. -. ;. i .". 1 v
A. The runner is -ut because
he aade the turn toward -second
base. He did not have U return to
the base before doing ae ia order
to be Urged out. Te remove li liability,
ability, liability, the trooner must cross the
bag, then return directly to it.
- . . xiA reacbei onee.-f amble
Q The right fielder attempts toitn-d again and fumbled again. FH
catch a line drrve u ml territory, fea'.y, in a rage, he got the cap ou
but eeJy succeeds in deflecting the and Cung it.
ball into the stands in fair terrtto-J
boot it? Steve Kirtrtr .1 Ey tf was too late to tye
jt anrr nisved ffwr! sp rf.Vct. i
ngtt ftitx was ia fouJ) I rate aa error tor sxl.rg v.' as
terntory. rv-re. rm snarpeo.
DETROIT (NEA w A lot of
things have happened to J a e k
Tighe since be became manager
of the Detroit Tigers, but nothing
compares to this:
.... .. .,'.,..-.
He rampaged onU the field to
protest a borne run hit by Hank
Bauer of the Yankees. As be
stormed around the empires, who
called it fair, he reached for his
cap, intending to whip at to the
ground. 1 .
?1( -. : a
I,.'.; q cijsrcffo :::
B ban into the
I ry. What at
n A. It s ft
- H baU. The r..
, SUNPAY, JIIE gt 1957
.. i Tn BijKTjAf amzsicaw
iwisjisjstisis 4yffri"wJwwi.'.iwiiww'P'M4JIIWw'i' i"if l'W''wiimi-ww"iiwiwpH!iwpwi'
Editor: CONRAPO SARGEANT.
learns ,,v - ML, GB,
Milwaukee tr 32 21 ,6U4 r-j
CinclnnaU .32 24, ,571 il'a
Brooklyn,' ... 1 .. 30 23 ,568 2 I
Philadelphia 29 2S -.558 2Vz
St. touiff r r 29 2S .558 2
New Xrk.,. i 24 32 -..429,. 9 ya
Pitturgrh -20 34--.370 I2y,
Chicagfr,: ; 19 32
Cincinnati at New YorK" 11
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (2)
Chlcp"-o at Pittsburgh V
I :TE2DArir RESULTS
Chkogo 000 212 0005 12 : 1
Pittsburgh- 100 000 0001 7 0
DrabowBky (3-5) and Faniung;
Law, King (4), R. Smith (6),'
3wanson (?) and Rand. LP; Law
Cincinpatl 000 020101-4' 9 1 3
New York' 1 000 001 07x 8 10 1
-Lawrence, s Freeman ol and
1 Bailev: Gomez.- Worthingtn
(9). Grlfisoni (9) and Wetrum;
ThoiAas ,(7),.: Gomez, (9-5) J
LP: Lawrence "(5-4). HR'8: Ja-1
Wonskl'(4)r Robinson (10).
st Louis' 301 002 000-8 11 0
Brooklyn 001 110 110 5 8 0
"Jones .'"Merrlt -(7) 'ana n-
Smith; Craig, Erskine (3), Roe
buck m.'Bessent m and Walk
er. wr: Jones (3-2).- LP: Craig
(2-4). HR's: Ennis (8) Musiai
(13), Snider. (11), Moon (12).
Milwaukee 010 020 112-7 1 1
Philadelphia 011 000 0002 ; 4 1 l
Buhl (6-2) and Rice: Haacux,
Miller (5), Farrell (8), More-
; AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams u w L Pft, GB
unieago 34 15 .654
J-Nw York 31 -32 ,585 Vi
Detroit 31 26. ,554 6
Cleveland 28 25 .528
Boston .-, ? 27 29 .482 -Baltimore
. 24 30 ,.444 11 -JOK.
City ... .". 23 31 42 12'
Washioetoa 20 38 .343 15
x-Night game not Included
". TODAY'S GAMES '.
:' Washington at Chicago 2)
New York at Kansas city
"Boston at Detroit
' Baltimore at Cleveland v(2)
, ., , u 'f.
y. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 100 120 1038 10 0
Cleveland 001 100 0103 8,1
Loes, Zuverjnk (7) and Trian Trian-ds;
ds; Trian-ds; Daley, Pltula (7),' Aguirre
(8) and Hesan. Naracon (8).
JWT: Lees (8-3): LP: Daley l-).
HR:. Bnjitll 13) CC-iavitQ J
Boprd (3) Wertz (9) '. i f
Boston 000 000 100-rl JI 1
Detroit '"' 000 000 21x 3 7 0
Vinson; (4-3) ana wrute;.,
ry (4-7) mJ pouse, . j
(EDITOR'S NOTU if Har Harmon,
mon, Harmon, (perti tditnr f the Cin
clnMti Pt, wt by NIA
Service and The Panama Amtr.
lean te, give hit view en any any-poitlble
poitlble any-poitlble transfer of the Reds.)
By lAT HARMON :
' CINCINNATI (NEA) -Other ci cities
ties cities build new ball narks to at
tract a' major league franchise:
Cincinnati is thinking about a
new, ball park to keen a f r a n-
chise. ; The notie ; hert a is that
ine eas wui stay ; -M f
-If it w Keeil eneuKh far Le
AnaelM and San Francisco, it'i
gQOd enough for Cincinnati.. That
sums up the city's; attitude toward
rumors someone mav anas un the
vuicinnau iteas.ana move j)em
to New York jr Minneapolis
city ana county ouicials here
are placing a committee to dis
cuss a new park. It may ha pt
to a vote in tne ran. foweu Cros Cros-ley.
ley. Cros-ley. wh6 owna 80 net cent nf th
Reds, says he will sign along along-term
term along-term contract to Veep the club
nerevix mere s a new stadium. He
says he'll put some money into
UUWUUg 11, IOU. ,
Irish, Galjont AAori; Breaks Record
In .Scoriiig Belmont Sid Ices Triuniph
Washington' 300 0102209 U 1
;nicago uio uuu uuu x, j.a
Kemmerr '(2-3J and Befberet:
Fischer Staley (6)a 'DerrIngton
(8) ana iuar, w : iscner is-
3). ER'S; Rivera f4) glovers
,(M1.,- .-v t.
New York: at Kansas City, (N) :
. i. u.ij !!',..;, 'Jj en' 'SSS..9 .!-'"
head fl);and toDatal. LPivHad
dix (4-4).'BR's: .Aaron. (18),
Rica (3. ..'
vp lr OF DOORS with iS i" J
i , it i , 1 ' I f
' ;illliillP! "V 1
1 j v!'5:lfl!tI1:
CONVINCER JoJiney Dfeeknuui makes a asking eoavert
f fonr-year -old Mike Coburn with this aevea-pemd eae. i -unee
klack beaa, the Urteat fish takes la the Hot Sprinr, i
Ark, derby. The bif fellow made the Conta Mesa, Calif, aafler j
the first Batiecud prefeasional fresh water fishing chameio. j
The CinclnneH chm has been
asking the city te do somethtne
for several years,- with ne action.
What the club asked in the past
was ueiu on me vmx.mil situe-
Oon." Crosley Field seats SO.OOO
but parks only 2,00 cars. New ex expressways.
pressways. expressways. sHeing rifiht east the
field, soon will take away some
or the present parking space.
Crosley : Is a standout omiared
to some ciud owners. Kt aaved
the franchise 23 years ago, buying
a big share when it was deeo in
debt, and he's been saving it ever
Maoy timer In recent years he
has turned down offers to mpve
or seiL. jeiort tne Daseoau : man
ipulators ducovered .the Braves,
a s. wowni, jyoagers and Giants
constant target Every time a city
got ideas about embracing major
league baseball. Cincinnati was
the favorite movable object. It's
rumored urosiey xurnea aowo su
rauiion irom a u Angeles group.
kim mask Jill -fortune Jn Cin-
cinnatL starting -. as an inventor
and engineer. At one time e was
iust about the-town's biggest man
owner of Crosley Co., makers
of a national' line of -household
appliances; of WLw, a radio sta station;,
tion;, station;, of Crosipy Motors, makers
of a, smaltoize passenger car; and
of fne ftastpau cwo. -r
cincmnati u lortunata to nave
an owner like that." points out
Gate Paul, the Reds' general
manager. "I the club had an
owner who needed the money or
who didn't Jove the tewa, the
club' would nave left long ago."'
Crosley was alone when .he
saved, tie franchise ia 1934, ..hut
he doesn't want to be alone this
time. He's aware that other Cities
have beepme partners with base baseball
ball baseball ownership by, building new
The chanees are good that tome
tort-of a cooperative operation, a
new ball .park or more parking
facilities at the' present one. will
Some folks think Cincinnati Is
potentially another Milwaukee,
Last year the Reds drew 1,12V
M. 1 l..La m mm V m
DWt Wlf ivui t wiwu'.' Mm w m w w
Yankees, Red Sox, Dodgers did
So. fa? this year the Kedi are
40 per cent ahead of 1958 in home
It's amazing whet baseball win
do In a town suck as this. Civic
offieiaU. estimate 400,000 of last
vear'a baseball attendance- eame
frm out of town.' Every visitor
sooqt en' aver ace of 320 here. That
is $8 munonr no .wonoer ?uncia
nau is anxious to keep me seas.
-. i OIIF-SIATED CAKEIR
WASHINCTON (NEA -18 his
13-year major, league career, Ed-j
die Yost has spent 11 ef them in
the second division er third bass-1
man' for tae scneteri. r
NEW YORK, June 19 (UP)
Kaipn Lowe's Irish-bred colt
Gallant Man won .the 89th run run-nlng
nlng run-nlng of the Belmont Stakes tor
aay m ina Tecora time or 2:26 2:26-16
16 2:26-16 before- a cheering crowd of
34,094 .persons, j ,
Second eight lepgthg behind
was msiae Tract, who was fol followed
lowed followed four lengths back by Bold
Ruler. Then ; came pop Corn,
Lucky Dip and Bold Nero, -,
Gallant Mai bettered "the
mark ef 2:28-173, set by Count
Fleet when he won the one
mile and .one-half classio in
1943, and equaled fey Citation
five years later.
- Rlddea by Willie Shoemaker,
me winner paid 3.so, S2.7D. m m-sideTrQ;
sideTrQ; m-sideTrQ; jgturned $5.60L'i v
. j.t i 'i ft, '. i
Taking no chances this time.
saoemaaer who lost the Ken
tucky: Derby with' Gallant Man
in photo-finish tolron- Liege
Draves Beat Phils 7-2 To Take
1 1-2 Game Lead In IJ.L Race;
I FIRST NATIONAL HO
i- FISHING CHAMPION si
By AU McCLANi
. Fishinf iditor : ''
JOIINNY DIECKMAN captured
the title of first aaUonal proies-
sional fishing champion at; Hot
"J"1""! fXlB ...... f
t TJNtVERSrrY PARK. Pa. NEA)
t-Pena Stetel baseball term wen
T straitfht ffames this season,
rwbJcav maxkM .Coach Jee Bed-
Added to the tWirerin tumbr;enk's 27th yesr.
of championships he has already
won in loumament casting num number
ber number Of championships he has aire a a-ly
ly a-ly won in tournament castint
uieckman, who'is SO, is easily
he nation's ton anffler. The Hot
Springs hassle wag a three day
(meeung in wrucn 30 pros compet competed
ed competed to catch the most and the big biggest
gest biggest of five species.
I The Californian piled up 23.0C5
-oints, which not only took the
etip. but a $1,000 check.
I The derby was held on Lslces
Cuachita and Hamilton. Dieck Dieck-nan't
nan't Dieck-nan't beeepst was a 7 Doud. 1-
iince largemouth. but he turned; in apvbolT's Waeue shouldn't hare
a heavy strings of -hats, crappie trouble finding a home la erg en u-
snd hream which he took on cur 1 baseball, but unless uneoin.
aronte black eel lure and lead Nb.. comes Bp wiia a fancy conns
NEW YORK; June 15 UP)
MirwauKee moved to a game ana
a half lead ia the National
League race today by beating
Philadelphia. 7-2, whila tha Cln Cln-clnnati
clnnati Cln-clnnati Redlegs and Brooklyn
Dodgers were suffering defeats
An error on a around ball by
Ted Kluseewskl opened the way
ror seven unearned run as tne
New York Giants trlppei the
secona-niace neaicgs. e-t. ana
home runs by Del Ennis,- Btan
Musiai and Wally Mopn paced
the fit. Louis Cardinals to a 8-5
victory over rooiuyn. uuK-pjaee
Chicago qiosea in on seventh
place Pittsburgh with a 0-1 Tic
tory over the Pirates. 1 r
m tne : American Learue.
Washington trounced the lead'
lng Chleaeo White Sox: 9-1. Bal.
ttmore beat Cleveland: lor the
iirst time tnis season, a-s. ana
Detroit defeated the Boston Red
Sox, 1-4. m .vt.'.''-: ..3-tt-
nob Bum nitcnea -. a -steady
fourrhitteu And was backed' by
homers by Hank Aaron and. Del;
Rice as Milwaukee shoved the
Phila 2V- games off the pace.
Buhl would have an easy time
excep mat ne gave eignt waiu
and bad naserunnera in most in.
The Cardinals! homers got
them off to a 4-1 lead but the
Dodgers' kept necking away, a
run at av time, and Moon's two-
run homer in tne aixtn proved to
be the rune St, Louis needed 4o
win carl Erskine came on Jn jt jt-lief
lief jt-lief for his first appearance of
the season after recovering from
n sore-' arm.. He pitched two
scoreless" Innings,' then allowed
Moon's norasr,- but' Roger- Craig
was tne loser. ,.".
Brooks Lawrence had a three three-hitter
hitter three-hitter for seven innings: but the
eama blewKUD In the eighth In
toning when : Kluszewski fumbled
a grounder with two put. Then
came ix singles plus a couple of
walka and the -Oianta were a-
head to stay. 1 I
mob uraoowaxy pucnea a sev
en-hit eame as his Cubs moved
to within one Kama of Pittsburgh
hj the battle to escape the eel
lar. Chicago smacked lour ri
rate Ditchers for 12 bits." 1 i
Roy fiievers ; batted In five
runs with a homer and two sin
gles as Washington scored Its
first victory ever-the White Box
since lass Autuxu Kuss Kemmer
er- auowed at least one nu each
Inning ta Chicago, but never let
tne fjox get out or nana..'
A homer ny bob soya ana tn
nles bv Billy Goodman, newly
aoauired from Boston to give
Baltimore some hitting, and Ous
Trianaos nacea tne urioies- vie
tory over Cleveland. Biiiy Lpes
was the winner, and he added a
personal "first" by getting his
first hit 01 the season, a oouDie.
He scored on Boyd's homer.
Frank House and Reno Ber
tola hit run-oroduclng singles in
tne sevenin inning to give ue-
troll its vietory.' unui that in
ning. Wlllard Nixon had a one1
hitter.' Franir'Larv allowed 11
hltl "but DjBtroit made four dou-
DieDiavs to ease tne ugnt spots
' New York was at Kansas City
m nignt game. , ;
' 1 1 1
after he misjudged s the. finish
line, le$ his mount Joose in the
stretch and as he crossed the
wire th three-year-old appear
ed to have much In reserve. i
' With the accomplished Eddie
Arcaro up. Bold Ruler took the
f.ti khAvtlv afar Ktif I
nag 7 na extendd to the limit
to shake off : the challenges; of
jsoio mero, suoiemaxe. 01 the
'Bold Ruier stepped the tlrst
quarter in 23:29 and the half
. mite In 46:45. Only tbea wag
ha AW t get ti of the per
slstent Bold Nero, aod Bold
Ruler waa eiocked at the three-
. ejuarters pole at ltlt.
' with a three-length' lead Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro seemed to be In an axcel-
lent position to win thp race
which; gave f 77.3Q0, to the wn.
uef, put is was ft una juncture
that Shoemaker poured on the
steam, He caught tho leader on
the home turn and waa going a
way at tne tow or tne stretcn-
. Gallant Man upped his earn
ings' to $181,000. The son of Ml Ml-goii,
goii, Ml-goii, -who la the first irlsher to
win the Belmont, carried : 128
pounds, as did the five other
THt BOSS AND, THE! BONUS BABY Bob Taylor, 'right 'V -gets
father) v and mapagefial advice from Manager Fred .
Hanev. The Boston Braves paid the 18-year-old catcher, fresh "r
out pi Mctropaits, ULUuta. Hf-JW for ienng, ."
. 1 c;
o)' aril if 11 t ,.-aj rt ..
l Ill A-rt I .''' .:- --v.;' 'T i-..'. ; -mrm '.! '!:-I3-'
I'll I' II 7i -. iitu.Uh.. : 3;?
MSn U New York to California, the J 1 fVL, J;;
:vjib vi4:s.x;is fined wixciUnf'j
- trn i lA.xi -I
UNSCHEDULFD FLIGHT jCh tick' Gutke was aoina along
, J Ane ahape during a Miami Beach water ski tournament
; until he lost his tow line during a jump. Gutke, of Ft. Lauder I
t dale, ria, wound up swimming. .,-, , sri 4
Zariy Character DlclcStuari
Threatens to Quit Baseball
- ly ANDY ftllfl JR.
ATLANTA. Jane U tUP) A
cuy who hits home runs a year
: .cad jigs.
j The contestants were profes profes-Jonal
Jonal profes-Jonal outdoor writers, television
inl radio fishcastrs or in some
tf connected with the induttry.1
l Jieckman is a technical adviser.
I Dleckman has' won mbre than
so esmne coniegts r.nr-e 3is,
f,r hard iutu2. laktUJung
D.cV StujrL America's Ne. one
sport may lose, one of ls tame a
A brath, outspoken 24-year old
ilurjf no walcHs in at 2i2
pounds. Stuart is one of the most
-olorful xlurs ia three rranor
leirus ana ooe w v v-:zcn
rhang 50 aattonal ehsirTiion-'sdartts for til parent riiUurjji
t.pa end presently tsiit tr.ree 1 :--. ,.
"orid records, w'msj tts epons :iy Brsfsa." Tt Jit?s!?urg
iow career, this meaas t'r.
:ats several thousand n-...1
D.'rh; reyortai'y tail "be WOuUn't
a.kr-ep -the bit skcrr to the irJ-
car a crodicious phvsical feat !i "if he kiweked in 130 r-ori.
i 1! U rTkint M the United .-urt roeirt the fTTt
late Fr-iUf)al Casing As-'Tirat-s, pKtiag exfttK-i
But hit consistency at the- 'Next' yesr. Tn see what Fitts-
ii iMvlener til strike out. Mtffl MS to Otier. U uev oa
and bis shabby defensive play have anything better, I'm not Bo
wer another matter. ing 10 piay oau iw wcbi m
TV- .H rtlifarniaa: alartjut tha.imorc"
current season at Helly weed After a pause, be added 'Un 'Un-where
where 'Un-where be got six homers before lest Lincoln gives me a big bonus,
reporting to Atlanta in the Sooth- but it'll have te be a wg one.
not with his managers, Stuart
drew record breaking crowds
wherever he went. Atlants's home
game attendance picked up a net
Stuart predicted he'd hit se er 49
homers for the Crtrkers.' He
would have- wound we wh abort
9t if his current rate bed eoati-i
timed. - ..-.
Ho .admits Uet be fikes to kit
for the circuit. He ears h imr
tries te slacken bis ranag te get est
baae saore often. .
I've always hit the beU rtera,
era Asaociatioa. In 23 games at
Atlanta, he homered eight times
struck out 21. and had a .211 aver-j
are. He maoe at lean six errors.
and was tried out in three differ
ent positions In the field.
Atlanta officials started Dixie
fans this week by announcing that,
they were returning Stuart te Pitts Pittsburgh.
Manager "5.1T Bates explained
that Stuart didn't fit m. The -Crae-
kers, be said, axe "going for a peH
nam, and he's going for the
. y r:
- ;. 1 TV a
we lhirt nniiM erders be explains. "Here t Aiianu
senjig him baek to Lin cote belt always seemed te be right et
wtH rlaee, I aU, Zi La wetter r off CtneW.-.'s Tom e'k- bt!ked. .. c?f rJmn. fc
' I m r; l ka tLi I nitmA PraM im. fnrl Snd HoIlTWOOd. A W ttf
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k Fu-k l r -'. e -fr tve wH rram-tt le t. r f--r J-t rt-;ber0 braes.
cerm art rr-rh'n-f j i ft 1." 'i it t.-e! A aatire of Culver City, CalX,
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naid't rom with bathrQin,: loti
y windows n4 4oon. Via frtin frtin-1
1 frtin-1 4 da Cordob No. 4034, $125.?
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,By United Press
'i A man who was a close friend
nd neighbor of George Bernard
$haw.fbr many years looked up upon
on upon the distinguished playwright
as a "jestinit apostle." Stephen
Winsten's newest book of Shavi Shavi-i.na
i.na Shavi-i.na Is a biography, JESTING A A-POSTLE
POSTLE A-POSTLE (Dutton), f subtitle
The Private Life of Bernard
t fihawA? It offers a clear-cut pic.
ura .of the controversial writer
wno was aiso, surprisingly, an
' excellent salesman, polite, know knowledgeable
ledgeable knowledgeable and meticulously hon honest."
est." honest." t .:iwz.-
( That description fit the1 younj;
man shortly after he moved to
London from his native Ireland.
His Job, was selling music scores
In a shop near Baker Street, but
he did not stay long at it. He
toon, became a writer of essays,
and began to realize that "his
literary mission 1 was to be a
mental scavenger." trying to rid
the world of "obsolete Ideas, de delusions
lusions delusions and Ilea'?-- ? A
i In the .-years'-pT writing that
louowed, nls work was marked
by a sense of mischief "so in-
trained, that nothing was holy:;
no Intimacy ,above betrayal, no
loves above'-mockery ."Wlnsten
Saw him as a man of great exu
berance; Shaw's Fabian Society
colleagues looked upon him, as
ene who always preierred 'nt
wild -assertion to tne quanned
fact." Shaw regarded himself as
above "such trivialities as con
aistency and fashion."k To each
friend, enemy, pr "mere acquain
tance, oe' was a diirererjt man.
Winsten has Succeeded in pre presenting
senting presenting many facets of this com
plicated" character In a short
book that relies- heavily on di direct
rect direct quotes .from. GBS and ex excerpts
cerpts excerpts (rem his letters. .
f. Hie image of a ship under full
aail..witjtt its sides jetting can cannon
non cannon fir U, a familiar one to A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan readers and moviegoers
epitomizing sea warfare before
modem .fleets of steel steam steamships
ships steamships .became a reality. :
i .It is rather startling to real realize
ize realize that the era of fighting sail
actually lasted less than .300
yeacs-i-from '1573, when the
Outch beat the Spanish in the
first real action of sail-driven
fcannon, until about the time of
the U.S. Civil War.
' BROADSIDES and BOARDERS
by Marvin H. Albert (Appleton
Century) reviews this brief but
glorious period and the men who
made lb tne Dutcn wno launch launched
ed launched if against tremendous odds
the -British-4 semi-pirates and
aenfrals-at-sea who carried It
on. the' fledgling Americans and
the, greatest fighter under sail
Horatio, Adm. Lord Nelson, who
smashed the sea might of Napo
i If t a record for the most part
tof incredible bravery with an oc occasional
casional occasional leaven of incomprehen
sible stupidity or cowardice. The
old saying about "wooden ships
nd iron men. had more than a
grain of truth.
Albert, whose interest in the
?ea dates from his days as a
taerchant-marlne radio operator
In .World War II. has mastered
hit subject thoroughly enough to
speak of historic admirals and
s.reat'battles as though he knew
them at first hand. Scholars of
ji aval history may dispute Al
oert f conclusions- on some
points, but they can scarcely ar
true the effectiveness of his por
trayal of the daring men who
trusted their Jives to cannonballs
an(teanvas In the days when
motffrn sea power was being
v Gabriel Flewics first noved
to bt published in America, IN
IKS TlilB OF GREENBLOOM
Mwoti, conk! very well be his
tr ;t. He has chosen most dif dif-Ucxl
Ucxl dif-Ucxl iype of "hero" a cre-evdo-
itent boy) to portray, and hail
brought off tne feat with sure-
rif s. and vivid Intensity.
Vung John Blaydon is twelve
when. he first meeU Victoria
r : unit. It Is cUfficalt to speak of
-e at that age, but a bond that
i-v!'ides all Its elements Is im
- ei:ate!y established between
-e tro. Their meetings are few
-.-t first embarrassinf.-lrtphH
ana bfaeUfully nnder nnder-ng
ng nnder-ng afternoon, a "wedding"
months later, and a coun-i
-rprr that ends in para'
7 trteedv. Blaydon's name
r in headlines all ever.
t1 he brrme brsnd-
r-.V'FTn chv.i. He v.sn-'baci
ATTENTION. 0. I.l M built
modm furntihtd apartmantt, I,
2 badrooma, hot, cold wator.
' Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: A vthnM-badraom
aoartmcnt. with two bathi. Irv-
room with own bath, wathtubi,
srf nl hot wator facilitiaa.
.-.For further details call Panama
: 3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N.; S. A. V
" FOR KENT: Modem apart apartmantt,
mantt, apartmantt, "Edificio Oevtaux," B
. Street, El Cangrejo, next to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Ef Panama. See caretaker on'
: promiiea. Miguel Hive, Phone
FOR RENT :-rSpacoui two-bod-room
unfurniahed apartment In
fine tetidential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office houri. ".
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, furnished. San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Second Avenue No, 39.
Botica del Pueblo." Phono 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: w- Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
. apartments, living room,
dining room, bedroom closets,
sliding door bathroom, hot crater
installation. washtubs and clothes
lines, screened. Building just
built, opposite "Coiegio Javier"
on 3rd Street, Perejil, S70. In Inquire
quire Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30, Ten Ten-phone
phone Ten-phone 2-2718. w
FOR RENT; Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 1 bedroom, living room,
dining room, hot Water heater.,
garage, on J Street, El Cangrejo,
near "Coiegio la Salle,", $85.
Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30.
i Telephone 2-2718. '; ; .
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, iivina room.
dining room, now concrete build-.
,'. big, 2nd Street, Carrasquilla No.,
' 35, $65. Inquire 8th Street No.
$-30. Telephone "2'27,l 8,
. FOR RENT-.-r-t -bedroom apart apart-;
; apart-; .. meet,, living room, dining room'
z. furnished, screened, 44th Street
4' Cast No. 22, $75. Inquire 8th
Street No.5-30. Phpne 2-27I8.. V
. ,1' t '.- ,. i ,, ij ..,. , v,.,;
FOPi RENT: -r Furnished apart
ment, one bedroom, living room, :
dining room, with light, gas and
telephone. Sebanas No. 1 72,
$70. Inquire 8th Street No..
5-30. Phono 2-2711
FOR RENT: Spacious apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 1 4th Street,' Parque Lefe Lefe-vre.
vre. Lefe-vre. Phone 2-4655.
FOR JtENT: Spacious, cool 2-
bedroom apartment, garage.
Washing facilities. Phone 3 3-3892.
3892. 3-3892. FOR RENT 1 -bedroom apart apartment,'
ment,' apartment,' living-dining room $65.
BelisenV Porras Not, 9t. Phone
. ,FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apart-merit,
merit, apart-merit, maid's room, garage, spa spacious
cious spacious yard. S. Lewis Street, Telephone-
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment, all convenien conveniences,
ces, conveniences, gerage. 168 Vie Belieerio
FOR RENT. 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, see view. Corner ef 95th
Street, Paitilla. Phone 3-0082.
By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH
NEW YORK (UP) A couple
of the newest prooucts piay up
to the outdoor spirit a camou camouflage
flage camouflage suit for nunters and a
floating flashlight for the night
Camouflage Products Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla., says your
chances of stalking and bagging
game are lar greater If you're
wearing a suit that blends into
the forest background.
The outfit is made of heary
cotton material and has a
matching parka hood or cap. To
carry out the Idea you can rub
your face, hands, gun or bow
with a so-called "Kammo Stick.";
Bright Star Industries. Clifton.1
NJ is marketing a floating, wa
terproof flashlight with a lumin luminous
ous luminous end cap that glows in the
You can spray a new colorless'
lotion on the bathtub to make it :
sup-proof. One applicaUon of
tne lotion, manufactured by
Skull-Saver Co, Orangeburg, ,N
Y, is said to last for weeks.
A pushbutton tea maker, bill billed
ed billed as the industry's most Lmpor-
bat. can serve un to 500 run. of
umuiauuu since me Leai.
hot t or 400 .li.-. V 'AtilP aispenser is meiai.weigns
ders from school to -expelling
school, trying to live with the
vision or beauty that be had
known, and that could not last
Horab GreenWoom. a rich. Ox Oxford
ford Oxford tan eccentric begins to show
him the wav 4ut of hie Inho-
rinth. but it rerftaini for an Im-
probably named Tlrtgh srirL Drm-i
phna Upricharfl. to lead ihlm
to firm reility.
IK AVE VOU AD WITH ONK OF OUB AGENTS OK OUE OFFICES AT 13-37 BT TBEET, PANAMA USHER MtECIADO-tt Street He.' U AGENCIAl
INTERNAL. DE PUBUCACIONKS No.. 3 Lottery Piaze CASA ZALDOCentral Ave. LOUBDtS PHARMACY 183 La Carrasqullla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BAROO
BAROO LOM-BAROO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave J St LEWIS SEKVICK-Ave. Tlvoll Ne. FABMACIA KS1AOOS UNIDOS 14 Cental Ave.
rAHMAUiA LUJL 1st unuu avenue
VAH-ucH-JiBoe sireei no. n eAwaiAt.Lm.ajt ttaxuititu ferene jueievao
the Bella Vista Theatre.':
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Fairlana
2-door, wtw tires, radio, un-,.
dercoated, 8-cyl., 2-tono greens
$1600. Call Cxi. 4180 duty
houri or Panama 2-4119.',!
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford 4-door,
V-8, .mechanical h(tv five good
tires, radio, $700,- down payment
$350. Phono Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Oldwne Oldwne-bile
bile Oldwne-bile Super Holiday,, hydramatic, ;
i powor steering, power brakes, ra radio,
dio, radio, whitewall tires, many other
accessories. Call Dr. Ralph Ad-'
ami, Balboa 6432. v..
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super,.
' dynaflow, duty paid, radio, heat-'
or; needs seals in transmission.'
.Can be repaired, reasonably.-"
Good shape $350. Call Curundis
S3-4209. ( i
FOR SALE: Like new 1956.
Ford V-8 Fairlene sedan with ra radio,
dio, radio, Fordomatie, power steering, 4
Sacrifice for $1700,. leaving
Isthmus. Hpuse 0957 BalboeI
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker.
$95. Good transportation.. May :
be seen at Pedro Miguel Qtrr
Are you going the right direction
for your auto repairs?. Go to 1 6th
St. & Melcndcz. Garage John Johnston
ston Johnston guaranteed auto ; repairs.
Phono 456-A, Colon."
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick Spe Special,
cial, Special, good tires,, good mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition, excellent -transportation.
Call Balboa 3712. ,-
FOR SALE 1.947 Cadillac Tu Tudor
dor Tudor Sedan, good condition, $275.
658-B, Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V-8
Victoria, two-tone, radio, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, good tiros $750. Phono
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88, good shape, radio,
' good tires, $750 cash. 2006-A,
Curundu, 4 to 5:30 p.m.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers 'Shippers Movers
Phones 2 -245 1 2-2562
'' 'Laarn Riding at .? ". ''
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Clessea dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
- ar Ay appointment.
r JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama t-4531
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street 8
across from Lnx Theatre
Hours 8:00 a.m. to lt:0
3:00 p.m. to 8:09 pjn.
TeL Panama 3-3272.
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
Tell Pan. M661,
With F 1.2 Lens
Panani N. York
every hour. The compact. 2 "A
foot-high unit, made by Food
Machinery A Chemical Co., New
York, Is designed for use by in
Starting, the backyard barbe
cue fire' la made easier and
cleaner with a new charcoal tori-
r ,' ... V.kJ
ply Ignite one of four tabs on
the underside of the packare
and set It in the barbecue grill.
the company says.
A Dutch firm has Introduced
a sugar dispenser with a push
button control that releases one
teaspooniui w ntwi anme.
123. ounces said is said to be both
spill and moisture-proof. (Globe
Import Co Galveston. Tex.)
1 A polyethylene utility contain container
er container Is said to solve storage and
disposal problems la the nurs nursery,
ery, nursery, kitchen, bedroom and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. .The container la cleaned
easily, is long weartn and -wili
not scratch other surfaces, sevr
rtte monufacturer. Plastray
Corp Detroit, Mich.
o) nuustHOLU EXtHANUK-J. To. no
"TECHO QUALITY Corrugated
. Galvanized Sheets -36 BG -2'x6'
Special Galvanised Finish $1.25
per Sheet. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS, INC. P.O.-io-4489.
Phone t Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707, or La Importador So-;
lecta. Phono 2-1483.-
WE OFFER r Cap p.,. Water
v Tubing 58", Type K. Tin Lead
Solder 4060 and 5050 Alloy.
l ib. and 5 lb. Spools, I lb. Bars.
Lead Caulking Wool.'i best for''
, plumbing. Load Sheets, At" n
,364'V thick. Lead Ingots; sixes:
( ,3 lb. 25 lb.,, 50. lb., 100 lb.
. PAN AMERICAN CONTRAC-
TORS, Ine, f,0,. Bos 4489,
' Phono Panama' 3-5471 ar 3-,
.707. '.', W
FOR SALE-I l.C. 5mith 12
typewriter $20;, 1. new' NC-54
- communications receiver $50; I
light. weight- 26". boy's bicycle
$20; l set Bobby Jones golf 4
clubs '$45. Csll Cunindu 3258.
,i OR SALEr Siamese .cats end
Kittens, Phone 3-1466. ?
fOR SALE Boxer puppies, AKC
registered. CallNavy. 3732 after
7 p.m. i ,f ij ( i,
FOR SALE: Westinghouse tele tele-vuion
vuion tele-vuion 2 1 -inch console, lima oak.
Phone Albroek 86-3278
FOR SALE: "Camfsill. ,hirt,
fine white poplin, $3.50. A this,
adjacent to. Bella Vista Theater,
Via EspaAa. ,
FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier
puppies. United Kennel Club re registered,
gistered, registered, three males, $75, Tele-'
Phono Fort Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE: Beauty, salon, best
location in Panama, food patron patronage.
age. patronage. Easily managed, Write to
Apartado 2621, .
Veterinarian Finds Pig
s RICHLAri, Was (TJP)
) Leo k. Biistad, i'self-styled
"Pi? psychologist," feels that' It
Is the corkers whn .ianH.j
when 'anguished mother. -nm
piam mat tnelr rhlldron. a.t
ir nop, v .;
iPigs, contends. BusUd."iar
more careful about thai- ..ti
numans and, many
other animals. t y yy
"Hogs, reallv. hav simnin
suffered from a bad press." Bus.
tad insisted. "They are very, in intelligent.
telligent. intelligent. 'At the trough, they, are
actually temnerate-Jthev win
ci just wnat tney need to take
care of themselves a a
Horses, cows and human tfc.
teterlnarlan.. ,. medical'- n rt
contended, fwlU by contrast eat
uiemseives tp; death sometimes
ay continuing .to stuff themselves
as long as there's ood ia. front
of them."' r-, -.t
' Bustad Is thej-lrector ?of the
experimental animal farm Cat
tne piuioruum-maklng Hanford
Works of the Atomic Energy
Commlssioa in sou theastera
Washington. ; ;.. ;'.). v ; r-,
' The farm is' an important la laboratory
boratory laboratory for studies that form a
part of the radiation safety pro program
gram program at the works, designed to
prevent radioactive by-products
from causing harm at the plant
or in the neighborhood. v
' fiattp and Mica, v 1
The facility ; includes pens,
pastures and cages where dozens
of i sheep, dogs and mice, as well
a pigs, are kept Sheep are used
extensively because they are the
predominant animal on; the
farms la the Hanford area.
.However, Bustad favors hogs
for most of- his latest tests. Da Data
ta Data obtained from experiments
on them, he said, is more perti pertinent
nent pertinent to man" "embarrassingly
so." v. v
A typical experiment involves
taping a sample specimen of ra radioactive
dioactive radioactive material to the skin of
a plf or, on a shaved spot on the
side 01 a sheep, i ; t t-Frequent
Frequent t-Frequent examinations are
made using a "pig counter" or
a "sheep counter" to deter
mine the effects on the animal
of the. exposure both on the
skin Itself and on his metabolism,
eating and sleeping. Some of
the pigs used arc special "min
iature" varieties one-sixth the
size of normal porkers.
- The farm has one device that
exposes mice, contained in plas plastic
tic plastic cases, to sir containing radio radioactive
active radioactive materials, similar to those
discharged from the waste stacks
of the Hanford reactors and
chemical separation plants. l
Fish lar AsstganieBt
After exposure, the mice are
released to run at will In cages
except for twice "daily examina
tions by "mouseketeers" who op
erate the mouse counter-.' ana
determine what course the ma material
terial material has taken. 1" the rodents'
H Oatm Ave. tin. 41 f OTO DOMY Jnste
AMACiA"SA8"-Vla Forree 111 a) MOVED ApES ATHIS Baeide
Home Articles .f.
FOR 1ALI Intricate. ,v.J
S'; black Chinese ebony Jiving: room
suite, ana ether CMnsaaices. i
Office hours, r 2-2542: Jt ., si
Vt' 'y'j ,r
F0R'SALt:'4- Gold Encrusted
? crystal glosses, Dining table, 6 iJ
chairs .(mahogany) China closet.
'Xhinase rugs. Kelso. Ships clock;
Portable typewriter. Acetylene,
r : torch.' House 026,6 Gambo, 'on
Jhe- ridge. s 1 i. n k
FOR SALE: 7 -piece eblid ms-i
; hogany upholstare living.,
Mt, f bone 3-7063. i
' FOR SALEiDining table, light'
., mahogany, made by Cowes, ,top
40:x 60 inches, extends to 84f
.inches With two 12-inch Jeeves.,
. Call Balboa 3234.
. FOR SALE ir. JUndixV autantatic
washer (Ecenomat(c) very good ""
condition, $60.. Phono 34,4147. r
. ,F0R SALE: Redwood shades 9 i
table .radio 25-cycre. 886 .Mer .Mer-gan
gan .Mer-gan Place, Balboa, CZ ,
FOR SALE:--, Refrigerator, '25 '25-cycle,
cycle, '25-cycle, porcolairr box, 8 -itu.' ft.w
; $50,! Phono Jlalbaa 4127.
. FOR SALE: Sideboard, bureau, f
-2 tables metal,' -dr, chairs,- 2-.
bode wmattrees,' refrigerator
Wostinohouse f fti, studio
eouch.; Cell .Belboai?2443,4
- 'v-t '-.jji
FOR JALE-, Refrigerator Hot-,
point, 60-cycle, ; J 1 cubHr foot,?'
excellent condition,; years old,
' I year of use $250. Cell Pane-
ma 2-2453. ,'.,-"V.0
.Adjacent! to toa-animal farm
Is an aquatic .biology laboratory
wnere continuing r studies h mre
made on effects or the discharge
of the Hanford Works' carefully
reguiaiea wastes into tha near
by Columbia River, whose v wa
ters are used,, to coolth;xeM-
tors.-'. ., ,f vt- ;;.
v Whea newsmen,' vre: recent1
pruiuneu 10 tour mt instaiia-
won jot4 me k lirst-, ; time, they
found that -two 4 men; are im-
ployed. as 'fishermen ecu-
tives aamittea- it. was, -la.v the
summer, a .coveted assignment!
to bring in specimens of llshlife
for examination., ; i 1 n,
- Officials said that In the more
than .13 years 0 operAtionl they
have yet to find any harm caus
ed to the Columbia's ilany'pop-
uiauon. by the Plutonium, factory
that makes'' the; prime ingredient
or America s atomic weapon
one technician, D. a.; Watson,
was Datiently engaged in teach-
feeding. He estimated K would
take three to four weeks to train
the yearling trout to jump irom
the water jit feeding, time, and
tax worm-iixe pieces -I re,d
gelatin from his fingers. -I,
Once the. trout have learned
their lessons, the gelatin Is doc doctored,
tored, doctored, with such test materials as
radloactivei-phosphorur to deter
mine lust .now. this reacts --on
the fish, as they llve out their
uvea in' viie aquarium; aoss 01
NEEDS BIG STEAK-RusetU
Davis of Nobby Crock, Ms,
needs a whopper steak to r (
svith this.giaat snoitroone,
Davis, of. Indepandence, Mo,
and aorne' frtends. found tiue :
; 4-pound beefsteak soushrooni
aloog witk a outixl.ci enher
giants. Beefsteak mushrooms i
eaally weigh let. U a
Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. o) rAJUMAUiA
i The best dinner and drinks
are served in our modern1 air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and i
bar. Hotel Intornicional "Pla,
sa 5 da' Mays. it t
P$yclii:lri$lJ. v v?
EVANSTON. I1L.! June 15 (UP)
Dogs 'are good patients And
appreciate what is none xor
them,? ccordlng ..to:. A- veterinar veterinarian.
ian. veterinarian. , fc"
. "IogsVhave -been, known to
come back to:a doctor- ior- ad additional
ditional additional j. treatment,?' pn J, V.
La croucsaid m an jntemew;
t "tvem practicing -. veterinarl
an has noted that dpgs are suf
ficiently 1 intelligent to appre appreciate
ciate appreciate it treatment which : eases
their pain' and contribution to
their comfort." i -7
Dogs will- even remember
Where a vet lives, he said, and
sometimes travel" great- dis distances
tances distances on their own when they
feel a. need for treatment,. He
said a fox terrier he had onoe
treated ; returned ,to ;hlm much
latee with an arrow wouhfl.
' ; v:;.
riMW 'Couch fJasei'v
; Anxiety .worrying, about his
surroundings, or even firecrack firecrackers
ers firecrackers on the Fourth of. JuJy-can
make. a. dog lose his appetite or
become physically sick, La Croix
said. iBut. he thinks .the 1 new
trend toward animal "usychia "usychia-try"
try" "usychia-try" is VaW.u 1 St X
Basic psychologic Al principles
are often employed in' treat treatment
ment treatment of -animals, he said: but
'this- business of trvinr-. t& A.
termlne the, cause of thst, dls-
turoance. -is screw-bali.'u j ;
HT'You caa, put.; a. dog n a
coucn, ,gnim questions, and
take notes on his answer he
said &tuf 7? i? iwwiT
La- Croix became a -veterfnar-.
tionera C treated rina nn
ian infxwfl, when few nractl-J
ub ; was one x or tne lust to
recognize the need, for small
nimai practice.. : 1 ;
7- He r was recently presented
with. "the ; Mark L. MorKa Ani.
mai Foundation Small Animal
Award for his Awork. with dogs
and catsj ,; i f
' But the doctor, who hsa hen
A publisher of veterinary, books
awa soo .consultant as well as
a practicing yet, jeUeve there's
Mining iixe a aog.
'2'he:cit 'M' elfish species
without much Joyaltv ha said
Hs 'generaUy attache himself
,. .nom": than to an
-Chicago, aune- 15 UP).
Two : man-made lagoons will
stipply.. a.' new inetal fabricat fabricating;
ing; fabricating; plant belnr built near sub-
can -tiensen vine with all the
water, needed for air condition conditioning
ing conditioning and vnoustrial nnrnosa
' ITie Jaeojns will store raln-
watet collected- from- 10 acres
of roof and parking area. v
i?1ib jMant Is bejng finstruct finstruct-ed
ed finstruct-ed -by mck-Reedy Qorp,. the
nation's ilargest producers of in industrial
dustrial industrial ;alr and. hydraulla ey-
It -is the- first 'manufacturing
plant to ge up in the northwest
corner of Du Psge Courty, UL,
In. 20 years. Zoning of a 96-acre
tract to industrial u. b the
countyr which largely has been
agricultural -and- .residential,
represented a reversal of trend
and the beginning of aa over overall
all overall development plan by the
county. ., ...
Before. the county co-jld. ae ae-cfPt
cfPt ae-cfPt h new faclhty as a model
of the type of Industry It hoped
to attract in its planned devel development,
opment, development, both the company and
county had to grapple with the
unporiant problem of water.
Authorities were anxious to
void the consequences -of an
Ul-Planned- program .falling
water tables, poor drama. tia
consequent flooding. -dIus the
overtaxing of existing water
producing and sewage facilities
. The company, willing and
ready to make Its plant site a
mooei or water conservation
through proper drslnsge and
water canv-off facilities ntri'
not want to depend cwp!tely
online nearest wsUr source.
me miare of Bensenvi.".! i
Lagoons and In "laterr.ar w.l
l" syUem comprUed tiie sohi-i
Con hit lipon the company, it!
will prorWe the firm viUj up
to 1S.0O0 tallons of water rr
hour at a cost estimated at
About half a cent per thousand
eeymour Waterrall, ehalrman
of the eountv beri ef rjpr-
rtson, :a the pain U the,
kind thst the count 'can take
r x ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 4-
DRAWER "A." DIABLO J
0X 1211, CRISTOBAL. CJC-;-
; BAHIA'S SALOON Night Clu
, Restaurant present ovenr
night except Monday two floor
-show at 9:30 and 1 a.nt. Pre-
sent "Ritmos Cariocas,'. baautU
ful show with the international
vedette Divar do Oliveira, Sonia
Zuleta, Two-Gon Smokey, Trt
.Contreras, Constantino and Gla-
'dys. Mitre. Good music for danevt :
ing with a Cuban group.' Regular
price with no cover charge. Ba-
-hia's Saloon on -Balboa Avenue,
' By DICK KLEINER.
WEW YORK 'NEA) You can
start wearing your : straw hat
now. it used -to ; be that May 15
was., the traditional, starting:-: date
for, the (straws, but no more. Now
you can start any time. The straw
nai manufacturers, say so,
. And this year there's, a lot of
eager straw- hat. .wearers who
can't watt to show off their new
models. There's more co lor,
more style,, more new shapes.
more new materials available in
straws i, than in many years. Let's
take a look at the hats that have
ueen thrown in the soring
. COLOR: Anything goes.. There
are a lot more darker tones a-
round, plus some unusual shades.
Pobbs, for instance, has a group
called. "City of Light" that runs
from tans to blues and gray s.
Mallory has some charclal grays,
worn -. with white puggree bands
for evening wear. Of course, most
or tnem wiu- be plain old straw.
colored,' but seekers after the un
usual jrill be satisfied .; ; i;,.
SHAPES: Virtually! every shape
tnar is available in felts is now
duplicated in straw. All kinds of
telescopes, centers creases, ; pinch
fronts, flattops are- around. Many
models are bow made to. harmon
lze with Ivy : Look styling nar narrower
rower narrower brims with narrower bands.
MATERIALS: Straws eoUected
from all over the world go Into
the 195 collections.. Many manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers r now have tbev' Dynel
straw, the, lightweights, crush
proof and water-and stain-repei-
lent material. Milans; Leghorns,
Panamas, Raffias, and novelty
nnDt.iun' Kkin. ifl.m net- k
a yrriiiD of straws nackaeed witnt --', 1-
ties that: match.- the bands. Mai
loryv kas i many feather bands.
Knox, suggests buying extra
bands, o one straw will do dou
ble or triple duty., Dobbs has
straws made from, s f lonaa straw
called Ramie; so supple that you
can shape it to suit your mood.
Thev, also. have a hat made of
flexible Macora. .which can be
rolled up for travel. Lee's Dynel
straw, besides coming in tne usual
colors, is alio made in the fir
' ... w aw mmm-m w mm m m-m
a 1 y
The first U.S. motion pMare ever madele Greece
a VeathUklnrlT leantlfHl CinemiScope rem a nee eallecT
,-BOT OH A DOLPHIV epens Wednesdsy at the BF.LLA
VIST Theatre. Th talents ef maraBee-marnets Alan 16 i
and Clifton We bb are rorablnrd -with the allore ef the gla-
merees "new face" from Italy, Sophia Leren, la. aa en-
ehaatlng seaside romantic tal. ".
Asjua-dirinr e)ene and eodenrateT' -photography
are bandied with sensitivity aad lma(lnaton. The story bag
.swlid pace, tats of eomedr smppll4 by Webb, and tnanr
wnderfal glimpote ef c lassie arehiteetaral triumphs settled
ia anodern-day Greet.
BOY OX A TOLJHTX eomblnes -eroiie rrendear. oen.
anal oertonee and arresllnj drama la aa ampresjUT m m-tioe
tioe m-tioe rk-tore. Pont f I to see HI .
FOR. SAL,E--k 3-bedroom, ocean
view house, exclusive, ncighbor-
,heod A-iUJ. ottice hours.
FOR SALE:- Residences porch
' living room,- dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, hot water installation, 3 bed
rooms, 2 bathrooms, closets, in interior
terior interior porch,, maid's room with
bathroom, garage. Has mortgage;
- Golf Heights,, "Calla do ie Pax,w
' between 6th end 7th, Phone j j-2331.
2331. j-2331. .S.
REAL BARGAIN: Only $55
down payment, $28 monthly, :
, one-bedroom cement bungalow, -10h
St.,-Rio Abjo4 PATTER.
SON36 last St. .No.. 15, near
Panama HospitaL'I-ll 14.
57 Hats Win Straw; Vote
With Flying New Colors ;
COOL v HEADED;. Haw Sunt
mar. hat: Include (from on)
straw like hoadwoar ef man.
made Dynel-(Leo); High crown,
center create Legherer with "un "un-asuar
asuar "un-asuar feather band. (Mallory)
and a.' now Milan Twith alip-
rlcal .crawn' lKnox) ,
red, electric rbluer shrimp- and, -e
traws-wre common L Vu "ve to at your a i.
: ; i ,- ; 7 ... 'y nrinip"-sna-oTTiive'T"ywur-HPai
The -erowingWerett In men's
clothes has. even extended' l nt e
the realm "of work clothes,? which
used to be. the step-child of th
men s wear ,-maustry. ow,: ac
cording: to the American Institute
of Men's and BoysV Wear, a spot
survey reveals that more than 70
per cent of men's wear retailers
see a crowing interest in styiy ia
Among the changes noted r
Ths Yonders and Splendors of Greece
b 'BOY 021 A DOLPHCI' on Vcdhsday
VMfcft RFIIA VKTA M
t" r: .?
CCNDAT, JUNE 18, 1957
if (an howfrr If lorn
Jefotdnar : CyradnizatL
j i .. .. i ... 1 ;
f V 1
,i i v i s .s ' - i
R,jfc"V 1W. 1 -v 'JMi v.rili! AM' pill
t-r J:Siir;t;;"i ;mm1 :"? : ta t t lipk liiiiiif 1
i f '-3 i t .rK? I t' i I i 4,
Ple freen crep-papcr feby
yresldei vcrj f bower party
Plannine a hby shower for
iummerUme arrival? When you
ire discussing' gifts, with- the gala,
:onsider; the- prospective, room, es es-teciaVU
teciaVU es-teciaVU she, hak other .youngs .youngs-ers
ers .youngs-ers 'j?-ft;.'.'-ii wV'TSV
Csripg jfaf flw fcahy plus vacai
ion-happy children can., impost an
xtra. burden on her energy' sod
he would probably ..bf very grjte grjte-'
' grjte-' ill for thoughtful, presents design design-it
it design-it to tpaue her work and time,
Thi is the ,opinioh of 6 m H y
QOtbers-l know We're planning a
hower ,,f a ; mother .expecting
ieVvtnjrdA''Ai(t we're taking ur
ru fer, presents from the crowd-
W flays followiilg-'hejr Jjiturit from
Te reduce the daily dishwashing
oad disposable dishes are part of
he plan. Included iri the box are:
blates, bowls, napkins and, cups,
both small and tall.
To-. eastt the 'increased lauadry,
here's a package of the really
ioft diaper liners; w .
But party table, needn't be
:ounted en to bring a pit or cake
tarben they come for a peek at the
hewcomer. But main dishes are
harder to eome by. So We're giv
ing her promissory notes for cas'
Mrs. MURIIt LAWRENCI
After Charles' father died. his
mother grieved and grieved. As
bhock subsided, her resentment at
lath'a arbitrarv removal of her
lusband became resentment of all
toercion. So (he feared to put any
m Charles. t ,
If he wanted, to delay neaume,
khe let him. If he preferred play-
nc to homework, she aiiowea u.
If ho. wanted to change a- collcfe
i There' still time to get I n t
khape for 1 your first appearances
on the Ijeacne uis euiainw. f
But if all your resoluuons iau.
tw are still -wavs t prevent
Rrourself from drawing gigslea Jp
blaee of complimenU.
It jom nave a ngure iouicm,
doo't aaueeze yourself into a- swim-
suit that's too small on the theory
Uiat it will trim sou down. 1
wont. It will only make you look
Hike a sausage. r -
If you've thigh problem, pica
suit with a brief skirt. If your
problem is a heavy, bosom, stay
away from ruffled topa or er
designs intended te make the SZA
girl look curvy. -.
wnea you try on a awimsuu,
r-- ii- ,rc,fr :
- '.j- . "1
The sua is ooe Hire way to
bleach batr. But U's
to atrawUke hair at the end of the
summer, if you don't givesTrour
hair proper care. -
Kemember that the sua ones om.
your bau- and removes the JJ'ioortiona. -ood parenU possets
wbea yoa to
, And give youi hair a ere a mjyour akin rough and your appear appear-rinse
rinse appear-rinse when you ahampoo it along,aee generally dowdy,
with a good stiff brushing to dry No one eela up to par with a
IL Don't ait for hours in the hot'coM, even the kind of cold that
sun with aa uncovered bead. jtos yon walk i round home or the
You give you akin regular pro- effiee. But K helps a hn!e if you
tecUon when you go out into the like extra-care with yonr looks
sun. Your bair needs the s a m e during this time.
care if it's to look well ia the first j A bit of lano'in rich cream Is
clays of autumn. ine for that area around the no
' .that alwsvs sems te t-ira red
Being a beauty when you bare and rough. If you can! slism-
in"i it ?liit it helm vour doo vour biir. you csn fore tnp
irort'e (sl !W people -Uof gauie down your hJ'rhrn'V
nu dnn't give Lnio it U the extent and civ your bair a good bruin;
cf letting jour bsir get stnngy, cleaning. , i
burrr filled with lummer flowert
table. Glftt art practtol wen
seroles, main dish salads and the
like. And the food will be banded
over 'id non-returnable aluminum
foil ppnlaineM. .-:'.'
But the -arty table needn't be
so. practical. A pretty centerpiece
devised by a friend of mine is ea,-
sy to do. A shoe-box baby carnage
floating streamers and packed
with gardenr flowers can highlight
the dpsertrand-coffee table.
lo make- it, use the bottom of
one. shoe box for the body of the
buggy. Slip th bottom; of anpther
shoe" box ovef one' e'nd to form the
hood. Adjust hood 4o the height
you want and cut off the JoweT
Paste or staple these two parts
together,: Coyer with pihk, 'blue.
yellow or turquoise crepe ; paper.
Ruffle a strip of crepe paper and
paste a round the edges..' J
wneeu are raaae irom six -men
paper plates with, a erepe-paper
ruffle in the center. Anchor .them
to the buggy with thumbtacks, i
Papery wrapped. Pip cleaners'
form the handle. : :' '.'' ,,
Fill the buggy Vith garde flow-1
ers suick in ligmweignt piasqc
foam of the type used by florists.
Result is fresh and giy..
course In the middle of k ierm,
she approved that. -v
But Charles instead of aoore-
ciating this freedom, began to re
sent her tor giving it to him. in
school, when he was too tired to
understand what his teacher was
saying, he'd think, "Why didnt she
make me go to bed on time last
night?" When neglected "home
work ended in humiliating failure
to get promoted, he blamed his
mother for allowing the neglect.
Finally, when changing colleges
lost faun tho degree he needed to
get job,- anger at his mother
made it almost impossible to be
civil to her. For he'd seen that it
;had been selfishness, not love,
which had left all control of im-4
pulse to a child who badn t devel
oped the strength to control it.
. Now Charles has found a py
choanalyst who is helping him con
trol the impulses that have been
swiveung mm around, like a weath weath-eryane.
eryane. weath-eryane. -.. i- ?.
The psycboaaalyst is woman.
Because a mother is a woman.
she does not have to deny her
child experience of discipline
Though discipline is traditionally
famer t Job, a- motner a aw aw-ciatlon
ciatlon aw-ciatlon of Its value to children ,1s
womanly, not mascuhne..
Divorced and widowed mothers
must hold onto this truth good and
Tor the. tiild nildanp tMioole
have begui to issue. warnings of
the terrible inaiadiustments that
are bound to afflict children who
have do physical father around to
create a "male image" for them.
These warnings carry the frighten frightening
ing frightening suggestion that mothers csa't
therIy di$cip,Inev, wilhout
losing their womanliness.
this ontruth and member tt.t
tDe,r ,ert" aucipiino is reai
iv taeir womanry acoreciauon i
ff HsrltMvTi imiwirlinra in 1 h a I r
. t 1
they can Vcome awfully, wsred.
Good fathers po.f(g womanly
tendemOS for children Just ss
good mothers possess fatherly
strength. Tbus, ia different pro-
: l- u 1
I J4onie :W:mltM( Vacation
liiilifilillilil tell,. Ji;'.. ii..L,. ,r?ferr..l
The glri who wants to be all act for a summer In which hair
: care ia no problem will give herself a home permanent now.
She should start by having a' expert shape and cut her hair.
Then, to eliminate the dripping ana messuieas that many women
complain about in home, permanent, she can ue (left) brand
PW gadget that cornea with a complete home permanent. It's
By ALICIA HART ;
. Nf e;:Beauty: Editor ;
Summertime is time for play.
Vacations for most of us are only
weeks away: and we're looking
forward to days of swimming, sail sailing,
ing, sailing, teDnis, or just relaxing in the
Naturally, we all .want -to look
pretty during the sum mer months
when gay colors and orient, ciear
days. giv uf a feeling of freedom
and stir in all of us c spark of ex excitement
citement excitement But,- jiBfprtunately,- we
can't escape the fact that sum
mertime is the one season when wo
have to wort hardest, fq avoio pOK
ing like wilted lettuce.
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If ('" I
2'"" V't r- - 5
;' ii a.iU,.-VMiA. 4 feWai,M yKft-OW in i
These are fashions from tho hands of the nation's Cotton Fashion
Award winnera, oast and present Froer the I9S7 aomaaer coi-
i iection of Adele Simpaon.
i t nll-akirUd eetton voile frttl with gatnerec pooiee ana enrvea
, neckline (left). The 19U winner was designer Ben Relg. From
y CAILI DUGAI
NIA Wemen'e Iditar
NEW YORr (NEA A de-
of th, ft.tt.kirt with
- jBawy peuieoau u imMjttr, w
ner of the nnnual Cotton Fashion the slim dress has youthful sophia- been outfuted. '. -AZJrdJV
" tication and many of her loUow-1 She became a model, then learn
AWlra7 ... .1. J ... is ..n. ...i .wir. mA ikrlrhiBr techniaues. Her first
&oe peine Amu wsn., u
Overexposure to the- sun -makes
extra complexion care a necessi
ty f he humidty -ofteo a u i o
Once crisp cottons to iook limp,
and there's no doubt that. Swim-
mine and other outdoor s P e r t s
play ha.vQC wiwr gnyon.e- pairop.
since ma caauai sail aiyie is
tho only-one possible to care for
fin the hot weather,, a son some
permanent ia a wonderful ; wea weapon
pon weapon in nur Struggle to look our
best.''; ; j I'-
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Many of- us have' tried hone
nermanents in the past without
much success.- Either they haven't
lasted more than a week or two
tor. on the other. han they've give
us too tight a uri. 'Anotner oojee:
roaavLuT6 v winner yt ra5nionsvwara
irat winner f im awaro. mw
designer who specialiier la the
young figure, Sut include in herer. Anne Fegerty has Seen m ue
citified cottons thir yesr is the;fashion busioeu 10 years. She got
sum and sleek young dress. She I her start in the theater as ao ac ac-basn't
basn't ac-basn't deserted th full skirt. She tress, but she toon realised that
h. v.rcinn nf it ill bTKB loved elotheS Sad lost interest
summer collection. Brt -she thinks
w "t p- ;
w .wi,,..!...,, , JTl!r ,,:r: : i
a plastie aqneexe bottle applicator with a hollow-type comb cap
that spreads the waving lotion evenly on each lock of hair. The
result? A basie wave that sets off her chosen hair style (center).
Her hair baa the look of natural eurl, with no problem of fries
(right). And she won't spend summer hours with her head
bristling with bobby pins or curlers., ,:'
sed by many do-it-yourself,
gals is tho messiness of applying
the lotionJ.,3". !-,.''f(-;:'1. i?,y (.'
However, the makers of ? one
home permanent claim that most
of these faults are caused by ua-
even application of the waving lo-i
tion. They are now packaging with
their home wave a plastic squeeze
applicator bottle that features a
hollow comb-type cap which they
believe will eliminate" .most com
plaint about home permanent,
" jne messinc ib avumcu,
each strand of hair is thoroughly
and evenly saturated by squeezing
the bottle. The air pressure-force J
the lotion through, the hollow comb
capi The 'lotion'!1 then, li g h 1 1
his enrrrnt summer collection come a town rontame (eenlerk U
in-ctiecked woveo aettoa). The fa aria is blaefc-and-wblte. Brief .-cape
cape .-cape is cellared la velvet. The 1951 winner, Anne Fegarty. shews
a eoel shirtwaist dress (rlfht) of reverse-dotud cotton la lue-aa4-white.
Biros are embroidered in alee vea.
- Now leadmg American
in a production one the east had
. od sketching techniques. Her first
' v ; i v
combed through the hafr.'No inore
aaDDing in a louon-iuieq wa wim
small nieces of cotton.
The olastic applicator is design
ed to make it simple to apply the
lotion evenly so that no hair see
tion will be dryer or more moist
than 'any other; In this way, the
complete wave win ne son ana
graceful Instead of the hit and-
miss result so often achieved. And,
always an important factor, the
price Is comparable to that of any
product ot its -Kino. : vi
: so if vnu'ra neanea lor vaca-
tionland, why not try thisNine way
of making your beauty routine
Isimpler? Especially no t h t
most of the wriBKies em to oe i- i
yronedjout of the home wave.
design-ldeslgmng break came in 1947 and
she has been designing for M argot
A tiny, sire five herself, she does
'ier silver gray hair in a modern
version of the Dutch bob. Both in
business and at home, she wears
her own designs and wouldn't, as a
matter of fact, think, of designing
something that she couldn t wear,
. WASHINGTON- -i(NEA) 1 The
way for a woman to1 get ahead in
a man's field is to "be a1 charming
This is the simple philosophy
which enabled Air Force Capt.
Dorothea McLaughlin to etict
one of the last barriers Jo, females
and ; become -toe first woman to
head a veterans'' organization.
She has just been unanimously
elected : Prtssidenl of the Reserve
Officers Association Air Force
Group in the District of Columbia.
"I found that the feminine touch
,was welcomed is soon as I joined
this orgamzaUOB, which bad tra traditionally
ditionally traditionally been d o ra 1 n a t e d by
men' she explains. "When there
wer small parties or any sotial
function I just went' but of my way
to be a good hostess and the men
appreciated it,," she admits mod modestly.
estly. modestly. Recently 'Capt. McLaughlin prov proved
ed proved to her RQA male comrades tbat
her, charm ; was essential to the
organization when the grdtlp hbrl-
nroH Spn Xnhn F ICbnnoHv "T).
Mass. ) at big party. "Dd? Ilea's
piamiing and hostessing made .tfle
event a success,- a memper- r
ports, ..Vvtv;','; :
Capt. McLaughlin Is stationed at
nearby Boning af Base., She dm
not join the kua to make a career
out of it ,pr try to tell them, bow
to run their business. :
out since sne nas aone wnai no
other woman'has ever done, in a
veterans organization, she is ex
ercismg her feminine ri gb t to
change her mind. She has some
pretty positive ideas on bow the
AF branch Of the ROA should con.
duct its affairs and plans to, carry
"I think separate chapters of
the Air Force ROA should be ere
a ted around the special activities
of its members." she1 says.' "For
example, mere would be individual
chapters of officers in operations.
maintenance or research," she ex
plains.. : fy;:J.,j
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CHEESE CAKE made by French cook la rroeedl wHlt CR CR-f
f CR-f ornU strawberries, prodneed there from spring to fall.
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ME A Fattd anrf Markata Klitar
From spring to fall, it's always
strawberry time in California.
That fertile state produces about
44 per cent of the total U.S. crop.
A French" cook we know sings
about ber mother's cheesecake
made of fresh strawberries; cream
cheese and whipped cream. Here
is her recipe, Americanised.
Strawberry Cheesecake Parisian
(One -lnh cake)
One ouart f r ah strawberries,
cut in half: 1 cup augar, 2 table-
,.nn.uMA a.l .1 i n la, ran
cold water, Vi teaspoon San, z eggs
separated; tw, gunce. Pack.ges."3-rw
cream cheese, softened; x. aoio-
spoons lemon juice, 1 cup hesvy
cream, whipped; uoiespoona
Reserve W cup strawberries for
topping. Combine remaining straw
herriri and suear mix
let- stand Vi hour. Soften gelatin
in V cup water. Drain juice from
strawberries and add enough wa water
ter water to make 1 cup liquid. Add salt
and egg yolks; beat well. iooc ov over
er over low beat, stirring constantly,
until thickened. Add gelatin mix
ture; stir until gelatin is dissolved.
Add strawberry mixtore; mix wen.
Chill until slightly thickened.
Pmbabfr She boot iWnaj So
- tor or3mowret ora Wort H
Cavt. Swothe McUwkUU
bership' drive" with .this obje'ctlvo
in mind.'. Another, long-range ob;
jective is: getting Cworaen ,to' be
come nlore active in all VS. Vet-
eran'a organisations, "If w' don't
we'll lose all that we hav gained -;
in the service," she insists."
.. Dorothea' job In the AJr Torch
carrlest he Imoresstve title Of Di
rector of, Special projects Inr tht
Office of Deoutv Chief ot Stan tor
Personnel at Headquarters Com L
mand, usAr, "wnat jt amounts
to is social work,!" sh. explains;
"We handle the special problem -of
the misfits, the, delinquepU and '
those who haven't adjusted to' senr.-.'
Shcentere the USAF in the first I
WAF class to be established in ";
1948 and was .commissioned": i
June 1949. Before that the was t;;,
social worker for the West Virginia V
Department of '.Public Asiistanct 1 1
after, ; attending .Westbimton- Col?
lege; RichihOnd, Va and- West '
Virginia University. ir 1
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"''ml "' f
This French Cake
, : ,,,,
Combine eheese end lemon Juic
beat until fluffy. Beat egg whites,
until stiff but not dry. Gradually ...
add strawberry mixture to cheese ;
mixture and beat until smooth.. J"
Fold ia egg whites and creamy
Turn into t-inca spring form pan.,. i
Chill until firm, aieaa while, melt
Jelly add reaerved strawberriee
and mix welt Arrange on cake:: ..
chills , ..- '..
r '"."TrT T r
" yo-r aeveiawaj.
The new stretch stockings a"
now sheer. They, have a crystal
clear look on tho leg at oppose!
to the rather opaque look of tho
Srt stretch stockings on tho mat
When yon buy a chiffon Vma
this spring, look for one that' line!
in silk. It will save yen worry
about your alip, showing three
For av gamer vacation, pact A
.h.KL mmm mA l-tWa act. nr
that's quick drying- Meal sur
dacron ana ooaom.
Good cummer vaeatioa ebofe ti
a short evenmg gown ia r'a
chiffon over nylon erepe. Ttt i
well and tho wrinkles come oat at
Girls who love full skirts In ew ew-mer
mer ew-mer cettona will find pl '
them this year. Firat eho.ro an
bo a flower primed sheer eo eo-with
with eo-with big. Buffed sleeves.
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Read sf pry ipn page
j -I fe"' By ELIZABETH SEIFERT.B,
z THE STORY: Dr.
Icy occurred when one of the clinic staff was convict convict-i
i convict-i fed of murder. ' 4
STNfTE Flvnn had sooken of the
; "yacht club group at if uarae wouia
4ak a nlace amons them, he must
try to locate himself in that s-yet-"uotamiliar
. He leaned against the f en c e,
, mnkvt his nine and wctured him
ipif as he was. itandine there, do
ing those' things. He was tall and
dark. Dr. Shelton was a too intent
- young manK and his voice was
deep. Charitably one could ay that
' his voice vibrated.1 As a mstter of
rnM fact, it crated or rasped. He
' was a doctor, and a- good one. Chil
dren liked him, largely liarae
" knew, because only with children
did he easily drop- his aeiensive at at-titude:
titude: at-titude: with' them he was natural,
warm and friendly.
' With others, life had taught him
' Wariness. His boyhood bad been
' Imeaeer. His mother was now, and
, had been, a school-teacher who had
( taught her two sons morals mm
' whn had endowed them with no
rift for beautv because she her
self had not that gift. The world
and its people were sometmng to
, suspect and to fight So believed
' Beth Shelton.
' Garde knew that he had missed
' i lot of life In the 35 years alrea already
dy already pMsed by him, he had had to
make his own adjustment to the
v world around him; he had had to
trork his own way through school,
taking longer for his medical edu-i
cation than did other met.
With tha look of a mart who
has reached a decision not, entire
ly to his liking, ha started tha
ea and turned its wheels away:
fram tha fence, backed, t ha n
straightened out so that ha could
. so down along the short street of
klS timV Garde founc; th cli- i
' hie without any difficulty. He
drevV in betweeB the gateposts
and parked with assuranc in onei
of. the lanes marked out or "Vi "Vi-aHina
aHina "Vi-aHina Doctors." :V::T.
I He touched hur' tie and glanced
- at his watch 11:30. Not a bad
hour. Still wits, assurance, he o
aened the front door and went in
to tha clinic vestibule. Yes, it was
mki as ha had pictured. A light,
airy seeming place, with a crisp
aleanHaess. about it. This central
hall terminated in wide doors for
receiving eases. A curved, desk at
the right was equipped with a pa
tient register, a bowl of pink flow
' irs and a pleasant faced reeep
tionist. some visitors sat in an al
cove to his left; down the hall a
; nurse pushed a wheelchair in which
sat a woman. f-'iv,:
Garde went over? to the desk,
rJ'm Dr. Shelton," he said in his
- deep voice. He took- out .his wallet
Ind opened it to his identification
.taid. "I would like to see any of
Jthe staff doctors. I came here at
-the suggestion of Dr. Flynn with
-1 he possibility of handling the pe pe-etitrie
etitrie pe-etitrie work." :.
rvA shadow crossed the girl's face,
Jbut she said qtrietly; "111 see who's
' -iret. I believe you are expected,
-gr. Shelton." 1
-She had looked him over while
-speaking, and of course Garde
3Jnew that she was, doing It. He'd
-a "looked over" regularly, and
.fhdged against that other man,
'the one he was planning to re-
t tne gin aia minis witn piugs
Ot a small switchboard, then smil-
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IB a THIS IS A NEW MO
TION PICTURE AS
DARING AS THE
V S S f9r
Garde Shelton has been of
ed at Dr. Shelton, Dr.' Ruble, she
said, would be right over.
Garde was. nodding In approval
when he heard his own name spok
en. He turned to iace o tau, ana
smiling man. A handsome chap
with white dusting, his black hair,
a 'small, clipped mustache and a
skin dark from sun rather than by
complexion, He wore -crisp .whites
and he was extending 'a "cordial
hand. 'Tm Ruble. O.B doctor."
ha said warmly "And I am glad
to sea you."
"vr, jeiynn suggesiea t n a j. -i
""Yes, he told us that1 you, had
to be sold on 'our proposition."
Garde shook Jus Dead, vlt was
more a matter -of adjusting my
own ideas; I had somewhat ex expected
pected expected to continue on. his service
at Children's This -. would be s
change from that idea.' ,
'Yes it would.- We have a docT
tors' room close bys if you'd care
AND of -course Garde went with
'him, down the hall, past the desk
nil rail boarOi
He opened a flat gray qoor lan-
'Twtnrs. No Admittance'
and stepped aside for Garde to
precede him .into a pleasant room
furnished with leather, chairs and
two couches; there were bookshelv
es and restful colors. An open door
showed a locker room and a show shower
er shower stall. -Ruble closed, this door
and waited-for his guest to select a
chair then- he took another, and
put his feet up -on.- the, coiiee
"You're not '. as young as we
feared he said ingenuously,
then laoghed at himself. "Dr.
Flynri calls you nhe boy,' and
we took him seriously."
I'm 35." said Garde. I had
to work my way through .' school,
and it took longer."
'No. I was exempted. I'm on
stand-by reserve, but don t- ex expect
pect expect to be called." He shook his
head at the offer of cigarets. "I
generally smoke a pipe and tt s
an outdoor sort of instrument.'
Ruble nodded. The two men still
were watchful of each other. Like
two pups, thought Garde, our neck
hair bristled, and our tails stiff.
f "GARDE leaned back and listen
ed Intently. Ruble was giving i
brief resume of the staff mem
hers. Dr. Cornel, the surgeon
wife.? two daughters. Df. Windsor
he'd done some interesting me medicine
dicine medicine in Austria Immediately, af
ter the war he was their intern internist,
ist, internist, and married. No children.
Tm bod Kupie. Ana i ao o.d.
and g.c;. Came 'here after service,
though there I confined my work
to' dependents' families. I have
four children and a big old house
I am remodeling, doing most of it
myself, even to a swimming pool
which- leaks. But we have the
river."' He smiled.
His" expression sobered. O u r
fourth member, of course, is the
man you would replace. Dr. Jiurt
Lillard, the old man's son. You
know his atory: .."
. 'SKetcmiy, aia uarae. "i re remember
member remember the headlines in the pa paper,
per, paper, and Dr. Flynn gave me some
''Yes.. Well briefly last Sep
tember, Kurt was accused of hav
ing murdered a screwball kia ne a
found stabbed to death down on
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EACHFK FROMt MEXICO
tratnprt irl teachinf mentally
que lira, JMMiieo, -sits- with.- two
"i y if1 a::.:'
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INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION "r- Miss Delcida Hidalgo Instructs
one 4 the uupils a.t the Experimental School. ; Individual
4 attention is must, f orchis type tJf wOTk.'-r ;
the clubhouse pier.". .'
Garde s memory mw.-su,-
swift flash, the diamond sparkle
of the river, that long prer, tne
tied up boats the girls
. made his misuse in noi run
ning, Ruble was conunuuig, m a
rather angry way of speaking.
But he reported the thing to we
police, after determining mat we
kid was dead. Got a little blood on
himself doing that. Anywayr as a
reward, the police pinned the thing
on him. Incredibly the court con convicted
victed convicted Kurt Lillard of murder! -Of
all people! I say incredibly, though
even I could see that the testimo-'
ny couldn't be argued with.
"Five years before,, yoo se,
Kurt had given this same kid a
mauling over some car incident.
And only three days before he was
found dead, Kurt had knocked Ben
down for kissing Nan Stanfield. So,
when the big sap reported to the
nniio that he'd found Ben alrea-
hr dead-- Personally I could think
he did find him. Ana aireaay eaa.
"But the prosecution brought
'out testimony which couldn't be
argued against, and Kurt s own .vea as sue aissea turn, she ask--1
story w Oh, be said be heard a ed quertiohs. -', .
I shot, but no' cun or wound was So he sat down on the hassock
61 'found. And then, of course, he
sjjwas down at the pier with another
DR. RUBLE sat morose, staring
1st ine winaow, nis oeaa wasitnsuai iwui uihu bwui m
I in 'disbelief. When he recovered, here. It's k little town, but with e
Ul be spoke with renewed anger, "If lot. of people living on farms and
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I tnat same womaa oaa gone on ram eww iraura iw -,
.mj Vitr iA vatrt man i 'lm ftn me tHrj ; nvt mrtnth
none of. this would have happen
IUU .l v u V J .,-,1
Garde s question was unspoken,
but it attMcted Ruble's attention,
Yes.? be confirmed, "thev were
engaged, and she broke the thingf.
off to hove a career. Kurt wasntl nnaiiy sne exnauwea ner ques ques-thmiiffh
thmiiffh ques-thmiiffh hia- trainins then but if boat or her breath and jeaa-
f.'they had married he'd have been
la man settled down with a family j
by the time Ben Laurent got old
iMM.h nMn. a-iina
Dr. Ruble was as handsome and
as self-essored as any maa Garde
had ever known. He had aa eight
year record of never having
a mouer ia cauaoura. me sur sur-eon
eon sur-eon Dr. Cornel a big, red-
ly si ex-!l
teelleot iutepob. was hist
ably a wan with very defiaite epi-
headed man, and probably aa ex-to
Miss'Tllda Lopez, wjioas
handicrDed children In Par-
pupiU- who are engrossed 14 r
to brook arguments about- things
like the right kind of power mower
and allergic complications in sur
gery. For the record. Garde Shel Shelton
ton Shelton felt pretty strongly about his
own opinions. .- v- V
- Then, there was the third man,
Windsor.-' Garde : had liked 'h 1 m
least of the three.. The man was
thin, withe the sun browned skin
which seemed to be a must in Ba
yard though,, of course, Dr. Cor Cornel,
nel, Cornel, was ruddy rather than brown,
as red-haired "people' are apt to
toke their sun. Windsor had snow snow-white
white snow-white hair, cut into a very short
crew; he had a mocking smile and
a certain elegance which- bother bothered
ed bothered Garde. If it was inbred, he could
take it-If it was acquired, well..
, Of course there was also the
question of how much these men
had -liked him. Windsor had -put
the offer flatly into words. "We
,hope you1ttceme back,- doctor,;
HE j drove straight to his moth-
or s apartment and found Beth
just in from school,, tired a s usual
'and about to have a cup of, tea.
at her knee and put' his hand on
tte. chair arm. "Listen, Mother.
mg take a position as pediatri-
cian at the clinic in .Bayard; Mo.
wn. 1 ka k. .
and a furnished house will be
- --- -" ,
jaiade available to me for the first
lyear. I wonaerea a yeud want te
keep house lor me? At least for
the summer?"! . .:
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ed beck to think about the whole
matter. But almost at once she
struggled to sit erect. "Garde!"!
.en frwi I Jin tub ut niTirn
"But. Garde1' Her eyes popped
(with excitement. "That'a where ."
He stood up, tail sad straight,
towerics: above, her. He spoke
sterBly. 'That is where I'm going
workw he said flatr.
(TO ti CONTlNOfO
, MXT WEEIQ
i-.Sy JEAN. BAILEY
Parents of retarded children are
always faced with crave Btot-
lems.-.but here on the Isthmus of
Panama their situation is aggra
vated because1 of a lack of suita
ble schooling and training for their
Research 4 has shown ,' that only
careful ..instruction; and teaching
by trained personnel can bring
out the utmost in such a child's
development,-v and ; although the
child .may be happy .staying s at
home he will be happier if he is
using all his faculties. ,
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' A group of worried' parents
from both Sides of the border
got together, last year to try to
work out a volution. The 'School,
which is the outcome of their
endeavors i called the, Expert-.
mental School and it is indeed
an experiment jn many -it ways.
Just how much retarded ? chil children
dren children can learn it still a mystery
because of the lack of such
schools, since, th e ..':. individual
training each child needs makes
them expensive. '..
' ; The n'arenls rented' a ".-cottage
In the" Suburb of El CarmeL and
furnished it doing' much of the
naintine and other manual work
themselves. Thev hired a teacher
Missy Delcida .Hidalgo ana later
added another teacher Miss Til
CHICAGO, June 15 (UP).
A! Chicago sociologist, says that
teen-ager lieaded lor i trouDie
because of emotional problems
always give early warning signs
or ieirc riicuiues.
Solomon O. Llchter. executive
director of the Scholarship and
guidance Association, '..recently
completed a threeryear study f
the ''unhappy personalities" of
200 adolescent in the 13 to 17
year ae range. .
. ".The strange, lonely -ones the
drifters and apathetic young youngsters,"
sters," youngsters," -nd' the belllgereni 'teen 'teenagers
agers 'teenagers are: headed for 'trouble
unless? they are- diagnosed early
and helped, he said. ; ,
The symptoms appear i'ln
many, teen-agers at some time,
Llchter said. He advised parents
to watch v the persistence and
quality of. .the symptoms;
Hchtcr said the : two most
serious signs of trouble, which
can for immediate attention, are
a-wld? sap between the young youngster's
ster's youngster's Innate Intelligence and
his meager accomplishments in
school, and a marked, change
for the worse In the transition
from grade to high school, v
Other warning signs, Llchter
saw, mcmae: withdrawal, some sometimes
times sometimes accompanied by "reading
jags" and depression: constant
need for large amounts of re
assurance; 'drifting an attl.
tude of helplessness and hope
lessness; Inability to start or
imisn tasrs vionce Tor the
sake of enjoyment. -as opposed
ip normal norjepiay .-
I'M, t:t5,AM; t:5, t:05 p.m.
PorThi Harm Bauty..."
Ill i K-
ijjven-'L'hdnce l o w
chance, to concentrate on their lessons. .Attention span -of retarded 'children. ia short,
distractions hamper teachers. S - ', , ?"
cia Lopez, who- has had three
years training in teaching mental
ly handicapped children in Parque
ura,jnexico.. 1 i-
An- advisory Committee, which is
also- a working ; group war formed
ot ma loiiawing. all of whom do
nate .their services, Professor Car Carlos
los Carlos 'Magural,':' psychologist, Dr.
HermeUnde Cambra de Varela.
pediatrician, Blanca de N a V a r-
rette.rf director, Lie. EnaidS' de!
Young, president social worker.
Maritza Linares MA social work worker,
er, worker, Lie.- Evelin -Quinones,. social
worker, ', Dr Dominiciam Broce,
psychiatrist 'and- Mrs. .Emma, de
Sanhueza,1 occupational therapist.
, This' committee meets with par v
ents".once a month at the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Hospital. at Santo Tomas.
.itt f " t.
Per, this type' e work- It ia' nee ;
MHry that en Individual plan
be worked but for each child.
Obactive- are broadly te dev4-
,'' f u- I ,1 i
r i .--
LESSONS ON. THl PORCH
Jessonson the porch on fine
PLATTTME TOO J 1 secessarx tor relaxation and -nauscle
Ue awicfa, 4 ".'- '
top-' muscular control, teach
cleanliness habit s .and give
speech therapy, i 1 : -'
Because of the short attention!
span these children -Jiave,-- it, is
necessary that their program be
.. : j .. .i. 'i, ...v.,....
Tailed as iiiuL-o i pussiuie. i..
The school has been legally : in
scribed with the 'Board .Education
in Panama, but to date no -finan
cial -assistance has' been recfeived
from- any government agency.
Apart from two yearly scholar-
ships,,-which. were donated by- a
Panamanian .lady 'the? school-has:
been: supported, solely by the .par
entsiof the pupils somi Panama-
iiiao, some jmeru:an., t --.,
? :' v ;"'.'-. h ,- -1 -' K-,1
. 'There nave beenv several --ap 1
plicants -whose parents- are not
financially able to afford' tuition,-
- and members of the beard hope
that... seme -charitable organiza organization
tion organization might sponsor these- ehil
'dren te a full er partial schol-,
Pupils of the Xx perijnental ; School for retarded ehlldren hav
quiet 'surroundings" tlie childreii. hare
arship- s that .thev can bene
trom the school
? Other parents who can afford
participate are -reluctant for a
nety of reasons., but the orea
ers feel that a visit to the scH
during the morning hours,
tne enncren. art working, wtf
remove many of their doubts
fears. 1 i
Certainly 'the children are
P3P workins and'; playing toeetl
and tlie patience of the teacH
ir evident in some of the res
ihey heve accomplished duH
the year the-school has been
existence, i-1", .
I As It' stands now, the cle
bright school wlh' its smi
teachers and contented pupils
a monument; to .the devotion o
small group of parents who w
to do the best they; can for tlj
children no- matter -how sev
ere the handicaps : with w h i
they were born, 1
deTelcf-neiiV. CtXdrta U-
lS iBIOOS H .m suojccls aaa awt d
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jf jf V
-V 7 -4 it W r Nf
ra GIVES YOU THE FITS
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-wr or sight
; out of mind
.-'.'say the old saw.
tLt' ftelf It PV
' pile her. 1 t
This lltti tMt
,.-..- of perception and
power of. deduc-
tion la baaed on
the missing entir
! .ties of the drw.
' log at rights .Be
v' low tha large
- drawing are feuto
email flRUrea let
SnOKE-OUT! A Wits Tester TiX-
By H.C. Kaufman
TO KQORB 'a
L strike iik the
diagram at right,
that is, to suc suc--
- suc-- ceed tik crossing
;out au of th
"number a, you
mutt find tha
; answers to t the
f If the answer to
No. 1. for in in-.
. in-. stance, i 0. roaa
out a in the dia
gram; it tha answer to No. J is 4315, cross out 4,
' S, J, and 5i Etc Answers may have aa many as flva
digit. Can you baWl a perfect aooraT. i -'
L, Jan la in of menthe that have day,
f Xoor nose would be a foot If It war how eaaay
Inches long i
A a "Remember the Maloe, sheuM be a, reminder
of 1 ',' - 1 ?
. 4. Tab sic Jelly bean from a Jar,( 100 and how
many hare youf v
- L A nuut who baa 169 hands employs
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Viflli-iCmt. Urtf ie tMt '( o eao 4
OJM eajin, jnOjt t IIMJUIT
of the larger
have been omitted
from tha engrav
ing. Tha test re requires
quires requires you to w w-dleate
dleate w-dleate in the
I through 9 which
of the figures at
bottom fits, into
each of tha num numbered
bered numbered squerte
above. In other
words, you : ar
asked to figure
out a logical position in tha upper
drawing for each, figure.
; Usually, the test is given with f
a Urn limit. Placing all nine of
thft missing aegmanta correctly
within ninety: seconds la excelr
lent; getting them" In order In
two minutes Is' good; In three
minutes, fair. ' -'
rfq tn niuiA)p o pwoddne ea.noiC
I peev i.PUMJ ui lie imoio esq lm
on o n i at-s :w
r -' ...
'Nuinber Shoot Thought Bkpkt
0-t ia-e !V-t : Biuae eq
soj imomroa )ejMe eqx ismuvv :
Tto Odd Butterfly Almyi Flies Straight
it feCr-l 11 'rlS
-f- V 11 r-lU
iei ii, I A -gjp-,,
1 I , 1 "' .. 1
, i ) -i
mar x .. . -- . ,i r .. at jn.Javauiu
ITft not enough to shoot a bulla bulla-eye
eye bulla-eye In thla archery contest Th
1 object ; bar is to ahoot aight
: round of three ahots etch' ah d
.'With each round to Hcora IQO.
' Score 1 point for each 100 ; you
1 ahoot. Crosa out the number a
you uaf them.
VA Remember, tha abject la to
r score 100 & three shot and to
' do so as many times, a possible,
- tbi a perfect scot yotf muaty
' aaoot an aumoera crom m
- urget Wn give yow ana aet of
I Si h .1
m geU .lt
In ner head to
make up a patch patchwork
work patchwork oullt, there's
no 'telling what
aha'll use for a
them. In thi m m-atanaa
atanaa m-atanaa hat
to the plnay
' where aha gener generally
ally generally spends her
Her Objective ih
td use patches of
throa t color to
shade in the vari various
ous various tegmenta of
tha design at
rtght But ah in insists
sists insists sha tioes hot
want the same
oolor In any ad adjoining
joining adjoining areas.
Can you, ming
three colored pen-
cile or eravons, assist Grandmk
in naatiattii Wirtmentt UUUtmV W C J JTi
, Hp: ft is eajrier to correct in w
error If you pencil in initials of Ifi quick thinking
colorb first 1 one of youf at-
'Ohdbs any hrec color. 'trtbutos? This bid
s, . : s pose Why Slow,
Tfteaa ns, tfcoHja
of words kr mid Hp of t
- amailer words. That la to aay,-,
. many imauar words tan be found
Within larger one without 're 'rearranging
arranging 'rearranging latter. 'tTwp t u h
t word appear in skeletonised
farm in the dUgram (abot
and below). To fill in the missing
jbsVUra hand thud ompltO hanv c
solver proeeea aa iouowbi ;
Setia bv copymg 41t tha letUrl
three ahota aa an example: n- tow in sight in the blank aquaraa
22-.1. Rcor 1-8 point Air; t-S reoUy beneath themi.
timvlt 'they A pola ia placed
' t tgainst a Wall 0
m t. i. -kr..i iku feet hiirh. T h
ma in a- vi iars. loWar and touches
TTieapfc SWdin ery ly. ' jJthB ground at ,401 feet from khe base of tha Wall (see
, ff stm thouli v9rtoo-fh" iatnkj lUustraUoA),. The upper end just touches tha wall.
& eHMl on, oiw two Wore every day, but as it sleeps 'at nfght. It slides back
, v' fivioM u ' '' W teu xnue ius nauy im la wu xumu xiw iiouig
Ti.s loaf roar Unf oWaoI. 1 K w wntT will It take tha Snail to get to tha top ?
The Maoes an, in tha order "4t )s oj qj BnrH -P Wt etrt o
aoncaaled m Trae, a umver- .j;,p a ?00 Uo un uu ,h" H
k n. ah .Titt. '.n.tmnfl in mi. vifTrtrTnr 'atu. Bill nuf M
Iftm. in)peaja h pu 4 0? si enq nI imit
tnly One NuMUr Like jffcfjr j
( DEGjNNlNd with bet add one
O letter each row and complete
the puzzle with enterprise,
Indicated In diagram.
Glue to word between
are, given In tha deflnl-
- animal. 2 One.-
. Precipitous." 4.' Annoy. 6. Large anak.
sham.- 7. "Those who ahow Sincere regret. S, Active
undertaking. Remember, you' ar to, add oaa letter
u each row. - '.i '. '-"'''
- iiua n.tC nAtiimtaB fetil el aitiaotsa.uo
Xaien )rraqitJL mijOaiu o ?d oiojj JuJoif ne. is Anaen tatpandmios mi
; a eaeew tfiwod J'n m aiqX ,"S l -il M eseiau pas jn)iqi tin jo euu
-J ajI ) -) -( Hv 8 ynod piaoj eg ijAtr
UESH knows a raro
butterfly whan he see on
and ha claims to see ooe herei. It
I a non-flutter specimen that a)- -way
mt in straight win, and
Horace la anntou to nab it
, Can you help Horace catch-hi
H begins hia chas at tha
bottom right corner and com complete
plete complete hi quest at upper left.
Retracing steps or orosemg
heavy liaea i against tha rules."
cAfix It Yourself
MR. BLUE. 4 do-it-yourself de devotee
votee devotee of long-standing, made
a miataka. in mixing paint that
made him sea fed. In attempt-
ing to get a particular shade for -which
he should have Used three
parti of red to five of blue,
ha abaent-mindedlv soured iiv-flva
A. Mere mparts of red to three of bine. v
' Now tha question la, how could
he correct hia ;, error without
wasting any paint r j ; .,':
' Dotograph Poser for Juniors
' good; S-T very good; t, a? oourse,
oi-st w-H-t Vit-t
O $f"-K t 1-U-U T aoiWi
. Letter Perfect?:,
'TMUJirord ABSCONp eootalns
the letter ABC in their al-
. phabetlcal order,; though hot
necessarily eonsaeutlv In the
. Word. The clue fot thit would
pe: "To depart Healthily with
ABC (7." Tha number in pareni
. thesi indicate the number of
lettera to the answer". 'Now try
these: '. ;
, X. To Uka away- with BU ().'
' t. Safety with EFO ()l
. tv Dim a yoaiwith 6pq (6)."'
4, Jtldlealo by pea With LMn"
- (1). '.'".
- tt This means closed be ma With
i. vaderstood ay. tew With ttV
1. To agree axaotly .with. GDE
'; ..-: r '.-,"--.Title
f addreao artth )RS
'..-" ). , :' '"':' A.
I. EmblalHt Tnrlasy wlthSKST
iik Zigaag bolts la the sky with
.' ghi (i).- : ;:
SatvmaiT Kt nwneex-)
jnel ( i -episuioo 'L esnnsqV
"Vlth ttkesa ietters in place,
pmilliH n I' it 11 ml n .n.iA.
' ' '. :
11" 1 t i
form as many, short word as
!pdssibl4"by guessing letter for
"tn ampty apace. When yi(
' think you have found a word, fin
la Ih4 miaalng letter or better
' and repeat in all boxes above and
below (all up and down rows con con-'
' con-' tain tha same letter). It you have
gaeased tha letter correctly, tbey
Will help U restor the missing
' latter the key Word across
.?tha top. -Vv.V" r'i :
OcaasionaUy, mor than on
'aaswef Is possible. A solution for
reach block With which to check;
; your rosult 1 given below.
v-eip sAndeei neenrsjnibej )hui
nira -)s spjoya. tux :aiar
altv itt in New Tork Mtata; a
ity )n Colorado; an JBngUsh
ChanheLUwh in Bngland; an fai fai-.:
.: fai-.: (inKant ananufactunnr town "in
; france. What are tneyi. ( v jeiav la uia on iy numow um conmni aa many.
a'J1-C""' '' ittarl halt iraluifHarta hint: Tha um-
t(Ul) puejee a efS' pMen tqqojtt 0A t ynoj t atqiftn Vix usatae
. TWO FOR THE PRICB OF ONE
." ir ir n tt fl I lasssai
f" JH JL -an. V W
- BURNS, .man .manage?
age? .manage? of the Heat
'En 4nU Biat
', DM Hot ROd LOt,
; now he's i
i everything. If I
!rare occasion in, in,-deed,
deed, in,-deed, t.late AV-
' hiour, when two
' hot rods ar tht
aam in any re-
a p t However,
in recent trade,
Wrned up that
o ftt bx a ally
4 Ik a. Seymour
:- w so over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed by this
v ho offered to sell
. both for the price
of one to tha first
' person who spojt-
ted them, Had
you, been on hand
could you have
V pfteked them butT
; aara are exactly
, ank. Answer i
-, given' below, but
try not to peek.
' an p wonoq
. r w ka i i
(gjiiiiz (gnossxyonp WitliMsdoiiom thcMible
It's Your Move
rilAT'S missing from the
Scene abort? To find out
Oil tn line from dot to dot coo coo-aeeutivaly
aeeutivaly coo-aeeutivaly bejria at dot 1 and
continue to dot X dot 2, etc, to
dot 50. Where two number are
beide one dot us the dot for
both. AfterwanJa, ywi msy aish
to add apprppriate cokra.
REPEAT these aloud a rapidly
as r '-hi without tripping
over j ...r tongue:
f-arj aeatulie aaarlpg eee-
Mii:rt''s r e 1 1 a a awr
aha tHoa.lt end Jala-a,
' Bv ffupena Sheft
HORIZONTAL ' "'
. .1 rather of Anub tl Chr. 4J),
3 4-This foth befor destrac-
' tion" (Pe. 14:14) ..
Medicinal plant, i .'
14 Salutatioa. v
14 Son of Reuben (Gen 44:4)
. IT Providing food for tha multi multitude
tude multitude by Jesus was one. -,14
11 Srmbol for Iridium.
22 One apokea to by Agur (Pr.-
' 80:1) -
, JS State of disorder.
' !i Consumed nourishment
27 The woman, who was a sin sinner,
ner, sinner, did whst to the feet of
- Jesus? iLuke TJ4) t
7 A est f
. --WinM. ;
v 0 Peddle. -
91 Twelve montha..
' l College cheer.
24 Nosh built one when the flood
was over (Geo. 4.20) .
i MU-Andean beast,
3 Upon. -
-40 Darius wss one (Dsn. 11:1
41 One of tha dukes of Cdom (1
41 Short for Edward.
44 At no time.
- 44 Bird aent out from the Ark by
Kosh iGen. 4.7)
, 4 Prmher of Sbem (Gea. 10.1)
51 Soread for dryinf.
. 5J Accumulsted facta.
5 New York canal
o 1'iiin coin.
P- hf bitw anooth.
. 42 Eternity.- -',
s. 43 Showed off. ; t
64 River where Sixa proclaimed
a fast (Ezra 1:21) ..
- t Ashes (Scot.)"- - 1
! Tl Esmtr of Ulam U Cht. 4:89)
' 72 Place of defeat for the Syrians
V. ..bv David's men (2 Sam. 10:17)
72-1-Cut.. y. i-
1 tccentrle wheel-part '
.-- Esgi comb. form.
2 Father of Jotb (2 Sam. 4:18)
4 South American rodent.
5 Stream. ';
4 Crprinold fish... . ...
7 Prefix: down, ... t
' 4 Rirn. -'
a Fifth book of the Kew Tests
10 New Guinea port
' 11 Correletr-e of erthef.
' 12-iGire forth. -,
14 Skin affection.
21 Naomi's other name (Ruth
- 1.20 ..
14 Gentle breere.
s li Dwellers in this place esw
. Peter heal the man with palsy
- Act 45) - .....
? 5moothiDf tool
27 With what was the ship carry-
. trig the disciple and Jesus
f.l!ed?. (Luke 4 23)
? Sundsy. AprU 14. 145t.
SO Ad-snced in years.
I4---Ain comb, form, f ;
JS Jordan wis one. ,
S7 Flesh foods.
24 Of whst place was Shineb the
kirg? tGen. 14:2
40 Allot '"
43 Sa mentioned la the, Bible. -4S
ltT, K tag raaia S7iata,'laa,
44 One of the places where the
, Israelites encamped on their
.1: journey through tha wilder-
' nesa (Num. 23:24)
90 Done by one person.
' 5i Son of Zerah (1 Chr. 2:6).
SJ--Public warehouse. :.- ;
4 Garments. . :
i 64 Daughter of Leah Gen. IO:Sl
57 King Of Tyr (2 Sam. 5:11)
60 Molten rock.
62 Leading aviator.' :
62 Close comrade. '
44 Mariners direction (abbr.)
45 Beaded moisture..
44 Personal prohoun. .
I1 l P I1 W$ Y 1" la I1
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TT' 75 7771
ri r v sf
Bp JfiKard Hopper
Ing-thne Opaa Checker King
P1AT king oox aquar 27 ia a
key man in White's win. It
played right, the gam win be
over in three move. -"
Whit move first of. course,
traveling up tha board.
enM T-e-2t .-w 'u-9t 'qia
caosswoa nxxLt aoLcttoa
' wikk 1M HOWHorse lovers Won't hare to lose their
t..,...........,!. imi. i mini t 1 Z'1''1; ,shirts at the track,-but can throw sin this tweed suit
, J, ," 'POODLES WON'T, PEEK -Fifl and Michelle,, two poodle puppies from Leed, Eng- wJth a jacket jinjng done in design othorses'and j
''' ,,. J land,1 can't bear to look as their pal Dinkey, the squirrel, performs a lew deeds,? gteeplechasers. f It is a fashion from London, England.
ariir nn rAc Wnnh iii the Tarran trarden. The three have grown up together.,'- ,.- -',..'r.
mw.W f i-"."i 1 "V .. V ' --
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rr":"1 "fVJL.r; M.;&mnnburt 81. tht treat.
r A FAIR TIME-rJam p. zeileroacn, ynnea owies wn-, , v4 y- .r"".TJ7 T.;V .W--1a, Wnrm.A
t : ; .... wv' i n Milan tn (fiYiir 4 trreat-eranamoxner: .mxi. ao wuiciimix, v, j,u
. ,iwuUr wiuu,r..T..(.T :"-v:" r.3,. vr. J.v.,iv.vlr 42. the 1 BYandmother. and Mrs. Joan Busscn. Z3.
A FAIR TIME-rJam 1
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SAVING A LIFE A' lightweight life-saving' device is
lT-mmmm.nnmn,m,.mm i i im-n n Hi-mi ,m i- it 9Uf tor rescuers .to carry emergency oxy-'
ST BOATS CO CONVERTIBLE At Cypress Gardens, Fla.', c boat owper takes, friends sea backi. This 20-pound unit cuts the.tim'
-IZ oot for a spin in his two-way boat During the day it's used for water skiing ana t, administer oxygen to victvns in need of it.
2-. in the evening it's converted into a cruiser -jor a jaum oyer i.? .n. i.
,SLAP HAPPY Starlet
i Natalie Trundy, re relaxing
laxing relaxing in Hollywood
with her pets, is glad
;She got slapped by by-'Marlene
'Marlene by-'Marlene Dietrich ear ear-;lier
;lier ear-;lier in Rome. She, got
lots of free pubficity..
rat cnNSTTTUTIONALS Harry S. Truman, termed
I the walkingest former President,' gets an entire
wardrobe of shoes from John Mara (right), president ;
. of a Kansas City, Mo, firm. Track shoes were included
"in case you run again." Mara footed the bill
f- i1"ICKEY PETERSEN and his dog, Flicka, have a Iot ln common. Both weigh
VAnt 10 nn.fnls. iniivnr fiirlniia ;nlavfnl slid, nnce in a while, mischief '. . L ;
Vt'.j dUVUl.H, yvuilUdi MVvuut v-,, i ; ,. A').. J," i:;.
" ..makers. Mickey and Flicka like to dig4ip the yard in their Everett, -Wash., home -1
their adventures, from consuming food to taking their punishment without whim-
pering when their misdeeds catch up with them. Occasionally, Mickey'a parents.
have to intervene when the wo of them struggle over some object in the yard, .V,
! l... t.A.. n nM-mntVt criiarHian for MipVpv As a hov and his dot? ; '"
who are perfectly matched,,Mickey and Flicka fit that description as well as anyv. y, ;
iimm.mil,,, m-n-irtnin...-. r
Mickey's mother him and Fliekq not to wise too much f d rympiH of play 'f ;
' '-; 1 ..... ' 1 ..iLwirBmrT
, later, 'she has le'stepto fo,save'Ona fhef sheefs jFrewetfina fom aparfc1 v" ,;
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Mkkty ond Flicka art busify burying a bon of tht foof of backyard swing.
The twe ef them loVe time evt te divide a sondwUh after a hard cfoy's pley.
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; ; USARCAHD febiij' crCficrbi v:'fe;b!:ci: Ch!:l c( V MSi CEtt1 ;
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T AS AM A, K. SUNDAT, JUNB 1, MJ7
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The chief ef the'fou major engineer elements ia the Panama are are looking ever the
anniversary card erected in the Engineer Coreaal Are and reflecting oth 183 year ef. a
USfif the Corp, ef Engineer.. I, te r: Cot Raymond It Hill, VSABCAK1B fivtamr,
1st Li, DevieVT. lanes, Commanding Of ft rr 318th Engineer Company (Combat); U. Cok Les Leslie
lie Leslie M. Gra, Panama Area Engineer; and. CoU Ferdinand J, Tate, Director, IAGS.
The eld makes way for the
Inst me tin ir Military personnel of 03rd AAA Battalion In th operatbn and maintenance f
' generator nsed en Sky sweeper gum positions. Instructor is Harry E. Moleomb, Engineer Main
tenane Division. ... ." ;
m ii mmmmmm maiif mi m ir- A T" L mn r i.,ir,i i,ii..imI
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Building' an airstrip Jatt Aae f the army anction the Corps of Engineers performs fr
th Army, Here, engineers In th Canal Zon construct an airstrip at Fort Sherman.
new as the TJSARCAMB Engineers dynamite the last of. th bar-
B RAYMOND A. BANKS
.'M'jer, Corp, of Enjineers Enjineers--
- Enjineers-- Pictvroc by U.S. Army
Jun 18 is tho birthday of the
greatest en gineerina foree tfie
world has ever known, the Corps
of Engineers of the United States
Army. Thia tremendous organiza-
l.on activated in 177S has covered
iiself with distinction from -the
tat of its inception, both in peace
and war From a handful of spe?
tially -. selected officers : and men -I
i. General Washington's Coloniall
u s vutpa u grown UQ- auu is, i central, ugur j. every
t V today, its influence is felt Military organization. Th Corps
throughout the .werkt--'.'f?.:-..! Engineers construction," combat
Th Corp of Engineers got its aad service units arc -know, and
start, rim filling a pressing need I respected th world ever. From the
characteristic of its continued ex- t'me of the Revolutionary War
istence. Washington troops need-'fie
ed breastworks to protect them
trora British, fire. Th engineers
were formed to build these forti-
ficationr at night-, then fight all
, )'"- I
Congress authorueii. th firti
Chief of Engineers on June 18, 17-1 he works and has an .illustrious
75, at SCO a month nav. lie wa&iecord of eombat achievenients to
ito nave tw assistants at S20 a
month each. The first Chief of En
gineers,- a Co'ooel Gridley, work worked'
ed' worked' all night building revetments
after his appointment and was
wounded in action the next day.
There has never -been a time in
the history of the, Corp of En
gineers when they weren't mighty
welcome?-whether it was te erect
a bridge, lay a minefield, push
through n road, fight a flood; map
a mountain or build an: airstrip.
The missions of the Corps of En Engineers
gineers Engineers are divided today between
Civil and Military Works. :;v '-.l
The Civil Works mission of the
Corps of Engineers encompasses
projects all ov th world from
the burning deserts of Africa to
he frozen wastes of the ; Arctic,
Construction of the airbase atHr the supply : transports, pusnea
Thule, Greenland is a construction
masterpiece in accomplishing; the
seemingly impossible. The mighty
rivers of the United States are be being
ing being gradually controlled by the
tremendous dams, levees and -relocation
projects under construc
tion and under study by the Corps.
iBigger and better dredgesi liave
been designed and built to keep
tne busy harbors of the urn tea
States open for the shipping traf traffic
fic traffic of the world. The mighty forces
of the oceans on the extensive
coastlines of the United States are
being studied and controlled by
the engineers , f
IAGS .field Bartles.are accustomed to. traveling In remot
areas snder ectreniely adverse v
I fCV Bmcr r.rMVty m mmn
tparty lnad the road Mtlne Uaael In BUJa
j improvement, however it h reported that conditions
th rainy season. - r -'
party lenad the road oa Mtlne
irevemem. nowever it i renortea inac conuivions worsen
Upon the shoulders of th Chief
of Engineers, Major General Em Emerson
erson Emerson C. Itschner, rests the respon-
l bllltv tit huililm and (mmratintf
28.bOO miles of waterways whirh
I are hauled 170 billiow to mil
freight annually; operating four
I million KWH of hydro Leftist- dow:
er plants; providing housing and
facilities for-2 -milium oni)le- n.
Berating .t. 1-2 million cubic' feet
cf refrigeration; and managing 25 ;
rjallioa acres i reat estate, va-
lied- in excess of J25.0OO.00tt.tWO.
The Army engineer has been,:
engineers have consistently
striven to construct roads better,
cross rivers faster, Duild iortuica-.
t ons stronger, and fight the ene-'
my harder. The Engineer never
iJwgets that at any time he must
y dowa bis tools and fill gap
in the lines. He'll fight as hard as
prove Ana, many, many nmes
has the engineer soldier been call called
ed called upon- to. lead the way te the
enemy with his mine detector and
'his demolition. Not infretpiently
have the combat units come upon -the
engineer working far ahead of
where they thought the front lines
were located, often within sight
f the enemy.
During World War II and the
Korean conflict the Military ; En--gineers
reached their zenith. They
provided the landing craft for for-beachheads,
beachheads, for-beachheads, carried the- Infantry
across the rivers of the world in
assault boats, bridged the might'
iest rivers for the armor and sr
tillery carved nut landing-fields,
in the jungles and forests for .the
V:&. Air orcer threw ou piers
the fuel pipelines acres continents
abreast of the advancing forces
and battled side by side with them.
One of the less publicized, but
more vital responsibilities is the
U.S. Army Map Service. Here are
compiled, edited and printed. the
map of the world not only for
the military but for aU govern governmental
mental governmental agencies. The maps pro produced
duced produced by this tremendou ergani-;
zation amount te thousands ef tons a
each year. One of the keenest -eyes
of the Army Map Service is
the IAGS (Inter American Goede-,
tie Survey 1 with it headquarter
'located at Fort Clayton, Canal
eendttmw. Thi Tneaeaaehtlng
Uaaet In Stita Jm need r
SUNDAY.' JUNE 16 1957
To Engineer Go ;, z
, Zone. Under the guidance of Col.
Ferdinand J. Tate, this organiza-
.." tion is- literally sprinkling the
, mountain tops of this part of the
world with -the famous bronze
marker Indicating that a repre representative
sentative representative of "Servicio Geodesico
Inter Americano",, has been (here.
" Not long ago a group of nioun nioun-v
v nioun-v taineers announce with, much
braggadocio .that they were going
. to climb a Latin American peak
. never before conquered by man.
J Much to their chagrin-in reaching
the top, they found one of the fam fam-"
" fam-" ous small bronze plaques that had
- .- been planted two years' previous-
- ly by an IAGS surveyor who con-
.sidered such v feats' a common
, place occurence- ;? '..;-;
The work of IAGS has stretched
-, from Alaska to the tip of Chile.
Seventeen,. Central and South A A-merican
merican A-merican countries are cooperating
' In the venture in which every
one profits. -
It countless ways the survey had
paid for .itself. A whole 5,000 foot
mountain range in Panama had
been unrecorded prior to this sur sur-.
. sur-. J vev many mountain peaks were
recorded as much c as 5.000 feet
- ' low: river, valleys. -ranges and
- islands have toeen recorded as
much as 50 miles out of position.
The modern surveyor uses in instruments
struments instruments and means of transpor
. -tation that were ; beyond the
dreams of his forefathers. The
reference point. They had planned
to be gone only a couple of days
but they were unable to locate the
point immediately.;. Consequently,
they Md to cover the jungle a-
rea several times hacking their
path through the ; underbrush. All
this activity coma not ne seen irom
the air so it was not possible to
droo rations to them. By. this time
the personnel at the base camp
were getting irantic ana were sure
something fatal had happened to
the two men. In the meantime,
however, "the engineers kept hack
ing away looking for- 5 the right
mountain.- wnen rations ran out
they shot a 500 pound tapir, killed
14 wildt ufkevs. caught fish with
a bow and arrow and killed and
ate a red monkey. Afte.' ten days
they finally found their reference
point and a much reuevea aetacn
ivipnt commander found them.
The "Seven League Boots" oi
TAGS are furnished bv the 837th
Engineers.-.With their small plan-
les ana neiicopters wis unit trav
erses the iuneles and lofty peaks
of nearly all of central ana boum
America, The pilots of these planes
daily face the task, of flying from
sea level-bases to landing strips
above 10.000 feet.; The helicopter
pilots" cahlandT a man on a pin-
point peak or lower nun to a jungie
. Their's bar frequently, been an
errand of mercy often at tne
helicopter Jbas Seen one of theperil of their lives.' During the
nuoai ana eariuquft.t:ii hi au"uu'
ras. Colombia and Costa Rica,
countless missions lor tooa, meaic meaic-al
al meaic-al supplies and evacuations : were
tlown. ;-..;-; ..
The 518th Engineers is to prov provide
ide provide engineering support to the 20th
Infantry Regiment. if 7-"
Thev maintain the roads -;: and
bridges in;tha training area, prov:
ide support on river crossing prob problems.,
lems., problems., furnish technicians' and as
sistance fpr camouflage, s advise
and assist in laying minefields and
provide potable water in the Rio
llato area. 1
greatest assets to the IAGS En
': glheersv But it still takes men
and mighty rugged men to ov-
, ercome the nazaras ot tne jungie,
frozen i peaks, burning deserts,
.treacherous streams ;anT savage
- Indians. -Perhaps the most hardy
of these is. Frank Herbst,-soldier
of fortune "and adventure.. His is
' the job -to blaze the path for the
instrument ; men. With only a few
pounds of provisions, his knives,
- suns and courage, he disappears
' into the jungle for weeks at a time
to appear later, witn a rougn map
. of the route- to be followed. Once
' when lie, encountered a band of
armed, savages he wound up cap capturing
turing capturing seven of them and turned
them- over to the missionaries.
The work of the IAGS seems con continuously
tinuously continuously to rise to loftier and
-greater heights. Not long ago the
Bolivian expedition proudly report reported
ed reported that they had just completed
' the world highest first order spir spirit
it spirit level line ending at 17,536 feet
.on. Mt. Chacaltaya, s :
1 Two special engineer-units un un-v
v un-v der IAGS assist in. this tremend tremendous
ous tremendous task. The 551st Engineer Com Com-'
' Com-' pany (Base Survey), commanded
', by 1st Lieutenant William A. Gard Gardner
ner Gardner and4he 937th Engineer Com-
pany' (Aviation), .commanded by
Major Poh R, George, located ,at
Fort-Kobbe.' -; ' ' ..v .r
One of the missions of 'the 551st
Engineers is tt survey the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama. The unit establish'
' es a base camp somewhere in the
jungles- or u in the mountains
-and sends out parties for weeks at
, a time. Support is usually by air.
... However, this is not always re re-liahlrf
liahlrf re-liahlrf as can be attested to 1 by
SFC.Kertneth Spaulding; and PFC
Japk -Rrewer who
. selves stranded for a period of a
hnnt iq davs. These two men with
thoir cnirlo nrf hearers started DDI.-.. .-. i
"the Changinola River' t locate 9 : (Continued on fage t
1 Locallv the' TJSARCARIB engi
neer, Cdonel Raymond L. HilL is
resnonsible for construction... util
ities, engineer supply, : equipment
maintenance and com m ana prim priming..
ing.. priming.. The daily life of every milita military
ry military and civilian employes and their
rienendents is vitaUv effected by
this organization. On it they de depend
pend depend on their1 water supply, fuel
light, homes, streets and much of
; In order to" have facilities to
maintain, .someonetmusi iirs. con construct
struct construct them and therein falls the
tesponsibihty of the Panamar A-
rea Jtngineer,- 1. coi. ixsum-m.
Gross. The influence of this office
is felt throushout all of Central and
South America, wherever -the U-
nited States is constructing or co-
ordinatina the construction of new
governmental enterprises. eceni-
ly the Panama Area -. engineers
buin the beautiful cnaper at r on
Kobbe and the Corozal Ordnance
Maintenance Shop ."Pride of the
Americas." Currently these engi
neers are involved in one ottne
most fascinating projects in the
history of the world tracking a
man-made satellite. The Panama
Engineers is constructing five of
IAGS and Bolivian Engineers collaborate In rnnnlnr the" world's 'hlf heat first order aplrit'
level line a too Mt. Chacaltaya, working at an altitude of 17,53 .feet.- (U.S. Army Photo!
' Typical of the methods used by the 937th Engineer and IAGS to put men. out on control -olnta
to survey of perform-identification from a photograph. The man betag lowered is Pff
Carmine Lavlota. 551st Engineer Company, (Base Survey).
v The radi network of IAGS enables headquarter to maintain
contact with projects located In 17 Central and South American
countries. Shown operating the set Is SPS Alden Crisp,' IAGS.
Under the direction of 1st L. Davld T. Larsen, a squad of1 the 511th Engineer Co. (3) pre
pares to tow a crashed helicopter out to the. highway for evacuation near Bio Hato. .. 7
. , , - i ; (U.S. Army Fnotof
SUNDAY, JUJfE" 5;1957::; -; ksf! erk ffifitff
" VUw of the Motor rewind ho'prEnrlne Maintenance Wvialon, Corosal, Canal Zone.
T';ii2wffi& HP Stater, Mr. William T.rhert bright foregr.d foregr.d-rewinding
rewinding foregr.d-rewinding a mots. :y:i'j :, r,. ;i ;-:,v w?. '-.' ' i ;
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MONTH. IN AOVANCt , i f 'M
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
. HARMO0IO AHIAi SOITOB -1
7, H Stiiset O. mo tA. Bahama.
' telephone a-0740 s i.ink (
A FLOCK DF GUINEA HENS SEEN FROM A CAR
1 .-.-,, By Eudora Welty
The lute and the pear are your half sisters
The mackerel moon. a full first cousin,' K linnin Dri
Ar,d you were born tp appear seemly, even when running on
As maiden -formed, as single-minded "as raindrops,
SllSSiTebeaitt of great Vffbits, (little knots at the
Is egglike w theeggs you know best, triumphantly speckled..
Iide-eay1d with emancipation-no morest than string of
pearls are lost from-one another,
You cross the road to the teeth of Pontiacs
A over a threshold, into waving, gregarious grasses,
Welcome .wherever you go the Guinea Sisters. - s
Bobbins with the thread of innumerable visits behind you,
Ag thdaugStew of Mr. Barrett of Wimpok Street; ;
Do you ever wonder where Africa has fled?
U the strangeness of your origins packed tight In those little
nutmeg heads, so ceremonious, partly naked?
Is there time to ask each other what became of the family
Do you dream? ', -. ;
Princess of Dapple. -t :
Princess of Moonlight, r ,' ; -Princess
Princess of Guinealand,
ffhough you roost in the care of S. Thomas Truly, Rt. T, (.
(There went his mailbox flying by),
The whole world knows you've never yet given up the secret
of where you've hidden your nests. . i f
NINE PLAYERS AND A MASCOT-Jf the Fisher iamily,f Terminal. Texas, ever flalds ii bas-".
hill team it will be able to man all -positions and nave sister iusan nanaitng w oa raw. hmwu
up for this lamuy pnoto ney pre, w acw; jrtta,, '---i '-''Vi II
Jimmy, 11; Tommy, 13; Joe, IS; Jhn Jr., 17; -Mrs, Fisher holdin- Sudan, J months, end John. Fisher
Sr. Daddy, already topped m height by two ot his sons, js a pamter.
The Wellington Merry-Go-Hound 1
p Tr ocnv TiASSon .... ........ ,.v ..:"r
WASHINGTON This column
was toe nrst w rwrn m
Congressman rrankim iwiose--2lt,
Jr., had been ired Ay Dicta Dictator
tor Dictator Trujillo of the Dominican Re
publtc. it s oniy aair, uictouw,"
report on other relatives of those
in hitrh nlaces who haw been
playing footsie with, the Caesar f.
-0IVE4N'f CAS STATIOW-n Enterprising ,Wkes-By
t m station owner stuck dummy head Urst into the motor.
Uf a car and left the auto parked iniront -of his station. Passers-1
fcy gawked, came in lor a ciose-up, saw ine aumnw ",
'aw tb gas station. End result; publicity. .
The list includes: - 1
1. The son-in-law of John Foster
Dullnt- KobArt -Hintharw. I
2. -The brother in-law of Tresl-1
. a 1 'I
dent tiisennower, uuuaet. yuiuuu
3. The Ex Assistant Secretary
of State in charge of Lata Ameri
can Affairs. Henry Holland
The chief source of Dictator xru-;
jilld'S wealth is the Dominican su
gar industry, ne owns most oi iae
suear mills in his country. It was
no accident, therefore, that Coni
gress.iast year increasea ine qua
ta f uommican suear aamiiieo,
to the. United States. It took this
action despite opposing pressure,
of beet suear growers in our Jioe-
ky fountain statea and cane grown
ers m luisiana.
Here is part oi the backstage
story of what hapened :
In 1954 Dulles' son in-law oiJ
fered to help Truijllo set his su-!
gar ijuota increased. The dictatori
then sent his personal plane,
luxurious flying yacht, the :MSan,
Cristobal," to fly DuUes' daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Robert Hinshaw, her hus husband,
band, husband, and children to the Domini Dominican
can Dominican .Republic, v'w.'.w.'i; ;
For three months the Hinshaws
stayed at the beautiful seashore
Hotel Jaragua, Tunning up bill
of no small proportions. Hinshaw
tried to promote several deals
with the dictator, finally over-stay"
ed his welcome, Truijllo paid his!
Mmhaw, when queried by this,
Muuna as to why he had aot .re-i:
gistered as a foreign agent, a& re-jl
quired, if an American works for;
or accepts funds to represent a
foreign government, said that he
did not do -ny work for Trujillo.
Informed that tom people re
gistered if they received, expenses
from a foreign government, Hin
shaw admitted that his expenses
were paid, but did not agree that
that be anould nave registered
Under the Foreign Registration
Act there is nothing wrong about
an American working for a for-'
eigo government, but it is spedi
lied that the American public Has;
a ngnt to jenow wnen someone is
so working: The law firm of Sec
retary of State Dulles has been
registered in the past -as working
for various foreign governments;!
also the law firm of ex-Secretary
Dean Acheson. It is a criminal
offense not to register. :
NOTE The JimHc Depart-
Frank, an ax-FBI gnt wha wlr.
mi TauHHa'a paeaca far aasund,
XX-STATS OEFARTMSNT .T
OFFICIAL .. .-.'".
Continued mm tmg
One former tiigh official who
definitely t helped put across Tru Tru-jillo's
jillo's Tru-jillo's vugar quota increase is able
Henry Holland, -former top official
m the State Department lor La
tin American Affairs. Holland
scarcely got out of the State De
partment when ne neeaea for tne
Dommican Republic. He not only
made several trips, but rt in the
payroll of Trujillo's mining con-
uUan SWilli. Xl..n1 4ia
er -Ambassador to Brazil.
It can be argued -that Holland
gets his fees directly "from Pawley,
therefore doesn't nave to register.
Likewise franklin Roosevelt, Jr.
nugnt nave argued that lie cot his
fees through Charles Patrick
Clark, ; lobbyist for; '.both Franco
and Trujillo. However. Roosevelt
- JKE'S ARjOTMEA-IN-LAvV
The most -highly -connected
all Amicans an' Jruiillo-laad k
Ike a brother-in-law, Colonel Got
Won Moore. The eolonel, now re-
urea tram ue Army, is genial
Boul, -frequently at ithe White
LHoufie.'Iiis' .appearances In the
Ibaokground of the President's na
tionwide .telecasts haven t hurt his
prestige in WashingtoB where
much depends on influence.
4MOaa moors Jias imade aever
al trios to the tiehtlv controlled
island tat the Caribbean -has some
times taken his family along. Dur
ting one f these trips Ae negotiated
with the' American .ewned nut
Trujillo tolerated fkuth Puerto
Sican Sugar Ctmrpany.v
This 4twlvd 7,000 -tan'
"eraen auaar," whl Meare
VhioMd kite tha USA
fMd. Tms vcfaMMlficefien.
first, ef 'the eugar ura Mver
counted .aaainsi .the Demlnican ',
Second, it passed bvougfa cus
toms with cheaper tariff rate. As :
blackstrap onolasses for cattle or
bog feed it paid a duty of l cents
per hundred pounds instead of .-
cents ver hundred nargea tor
green "sugar! Later the !U.S. Cus Customs
toms Customs Bureau veversed itself and
demanded the 6.5 cent rate e
Later -considerate -congress
fpessed a Jaw exentpting "green
wugar from the high tariff rate.
itheugn too law to effect Moore e
shipment. . ;
But -even more considerate
ffriends in Congress then introduc
ed a bill which would give 'Colonel
Moore s shipment special treat treatment,
ment, treatment, it would make the lower.
tariff rate retroactive to June 30,
1955. .By hapy coincidence this
would apply -chiefly .to Colonel
Moore, sinoe his 7,000 ton import
is the nly -mtior -shipment affect-
led. .'..- "r -.
This aelDful iill was mtroduo-'
ed by Senator Jack Kennedy, Dem
ocratic aspirant for President, and
Congresman Phil Pbubm, another
Democrat, also snf .Masachusetts.
Later Kennedy took his name off
Uhe .. bill, but -Congresman Hale
Baggs af Louisiana, another Dem
ocrat,' promptly -put his .name on
NOTE w Those connected with
Uhe green sugar deal claim Moore
merely acted as a broker, that tne
purchase was made by the Rob-,
ert C. Lynch Company. However,
Lynch is hired y Moore and eccu
'pies -the eame offices with hint.
! Herewith And solution to Sunday Crossword Pus Pus-sue
sue Pus-sue No. 683, published today.
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' Answer for gunday, May A, Vypljul: JlIAKT
i. 1 -"-$"
HWffl BLOSSOMS OPEN THJCat tEXAUSr IN
in'i mtWnf 4jp the! W tttrM It fcy just
' ., lookinr upl.
4mr i faiiMS) reflMar s
7 1 p .SUXDAYj JUNE J f3,
; .-tiS t f?
ft,- l t l, i a
Br DOUGLAS LARSON'
WASHINGTON NEAJ An at-.
tractive gal came out. of a deor
,to the '.large foyer tf -the a s t
-wing of the White House the other
afternoon and iadd fora -door
- fin th ,nrmnsit side. !The ever-a-
lert eye of Jiiu .Simmon, waica-j
dog of that reost for 24 y e its,
potted !her. 4
"Miss(, could 1 teeT your pass7"
he boomed at the gal,
, r i , .X -t
don't Jiave one," :the red-fac-'
cd young woman replied.
- "Then what's your: name and
- business here Bill demanded.
. f 'I'm Barbara Eisenhower and
' I'm visiting my la-lawe," she re replied.
plied. replied. .j.
r ATAn. tiaot4 Hill funrtlAflri9A . 61
Y rirnfusclv and oromotlv. v.
i Barbara, Ike's daughter-la
.laughed it off, 4 i
'THE DEAL has been made for
the departure of Chairman of the
Democratic National : Committee
Paul Butler. .'As soon as Con-.
gres adjourns they're shooting
for the middle of July he' quiet quietly
ly quietly resign. r '?""
i, t 8 t '
Leading contender for the job
. is millionaire tobacco man Dick
Reynolds of Winston-Salem, N.
treasurer. of the, party in 1941-42.
y PHILIPPINE Ambassador- and
jurs. varioa jtomuio ooenea the
embassy to party-goers 4h -otherjadd years to their live "By sitting
afternoon for the.' first time siace
the death of President Magsaysay.
Uft was i reception for their visit
ing secretary of defense. Gen. Eu Eu-logio
logio Eu-logio Balao. 'The Romulos made
tip for last tune.
Huge lobsters with the meat cut
ut and placed la bowls, turkeys.
eurried shrimp, ,beef Strogonoff
Philippine style, ;,huge .hams,
mounds of sf iced v meatballs and
big piles of caviar were stacked
an the buffet table, r ' f
. A bar,' paneled with Philippine
mahogany, has "been added to the
embassy. Mrs. Roraulo did a tuge
mural tor one wan
AT THE KECENT meeting of
the natienal board of directors of
the American Red Cross1;: mem-i";
bers'were quizsing ARC president.
Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther; about
reports that he was to get Cabinet-post
sooa.l;'' y-:;.;.:..:--,r' .!'",
thing from seerelary of agricul
ture to. secretary 01 defense, -he
SHOOTING THE BREEZE A gun that literally "shooU the
breeae" has been developed by the Amy Signal Carps at Fort
Monmouth, NJ. Officially called "Shooting Sphere Anemome Anemometer,"
ter," Anemometer," the gun measures low-altitude wind velocity.. Pfc. John
Eaton, of Ripley, Mas., test-fires it, sending a small steel ball
upward into the wind at an angle calculated to snake it fall :
kack Into or doss to tha gun xauula. Opecaloc liy r-taking
angie m gun, can get wind spead reading.
Vtdld thera'''but'T"dbubt "If I K e
President nas neara mem oe oe-cae
cae oe-cae he hasn't : mentioned c : a
word about the Cabinet Jahie.'l
j AID AT Griffith Stadium file
other night; - -
"Ike opened, the' tea ton for the
w asnmsiou oeuaiura uy mu m
out the first ball and he's the best
pitcher ; they've come up w 1 1 h
this season." i't
WpMCST GUY town i? Lt.
Col. Harry Findley, exec' of -the
armed forces .industrials college
here. He finally has his wile tack
and lie and the four kids are eat eating
ing eating regularly.' ,'.
I "Mrs. findley -was named "Mrs.
America" and the contest Tt n d
itublic appearances kept her out
nf town, ior several week.-
, "she mikes the best tamale pie
in the world and we sure missed
i Harry explains.
SEN. M I K E" Mansfield -CP-
Mont.) has Joined that growing
group- of party goers who insist
on sitting ; down at cocktail parties
and receptions. ?
"When you're oa your, xeet a a-ound
ound a-ound the Senate aU -day ytra'ire
got to give them a rest some some-tome,"
tome," some-tome," he1 explains. -
Dr. George icaiver. senate pay-
siciari, has -started advising all
his law-making customer sthat if
Biey must go to parties tnejrii
instead of staading.
OFFICIALS OF Mcnonnell Air
eraft Company are red-tacedly try-.
ing to get back a batch of- desk
models of the F-101 fighter which
ed jnlslle attached to the plane.
gift- '-. : ;
The model shows a falcon ituid-
rhey have been -passing out as
The trouble U Pentagon eecurity.
officials have not yet approved re release
lease release of the fact this model can
Jbe armed with a Falcon.
1 KURT SMfTH; manager of : the
Sheratbn-ParK Hotel promised to.
throw one of tho largest narties.
ever given In town for the Sher
aton Corporation's 20th birthday.
and he delivered.
He produced a 200 pound eake
five feet bigh' and 5,000 egg rolls,
among -ether things. Motif w a 1
nese. Guests -washed down the
two suckling vies with, a special
125-proof Chinese liquor called
mg-ka-py. Yoir ean't pronounce it
until after yon've tasted it. .!
PISCATORIAL- PLUSH The Evinrude rFiaherman "makes its debut or. the Milwaukee River.
Tnf 40 000 14-foJt saucer-shaped outboard boat aeata eighi, two' at a control pane I and
x in hub f fishing chairs.' The craft is powered by two 18-horsepower mounted motors.
rviflhe About Tawa: G-Uen John
Edgar Hoover and Clyde Tolson,
feasting at Lindy's before rushing
toacjc to JIVashington. Tha crowd
Of Out Ol-rowa jnitviu fnj"-
their respects with Teverent smiles
.. -Eartha Kitt ano ner rare uur uur-mesa
mesa uur-mesa at strolling along 5th Ave
nue in the 60s ... S. Chaplin wait
ing for liig ,on-and-ofMtage aweet aweet-heart
heart aweet-heart Judy HoUiday in Sardi's foy foy-pr
pr foy-pr Rer Harrison and his bet
rothed (Kay Kendall) giving The
Little Club some 01 11a giamour
.. Celeste Holm refreshing herself
in Rumpelmayer'a at tha St. Mo-
ritz rme Kovacs. and Jiu wue.
(Edie Adams) in the aner-meater
Broadway. throM .".' Perry Como
trading hand-waves with fans as
he exits from the Ziegteid suge
entrance M General Emmett (Ro-
sie) ODonnell) moaning .from : a
case of "banquet fatigue" 43 din dinners
ners dinners in J30 nights ..Jack Dempsey,
back at his window table auto autographing
graphing autographing menus. After the waiters'
strike that lasted 10 months. h
Sallies In Our Alley; Last night
at Reuben t one of the better
known heels was ripping several
1 1 . A tl.l
locals apan:. a visitor irom nui nui-lvwood
lvwood nui-lvwood asked ner escort: "Who is
he?(. One of Broadway's big
hou?v--.i NO, was the retort
proper," "one af its biggest- knif-'i
ers Helen Ferguson assumy
the reason the N. Y. Yankees
aren't movmg to the coast is that
"it's too far from the Cop."
- Memos of a Midniehter: Adlai
Stevenson's Intimates report that
his No. 1 dinner date (in London)
was Mrs. Clifton Myerson, social socially
ly socially prominent widder It's a Girl
for tha Met Opera's leading tenor,
G. Campora and his wife. Dr's
Hosp .. C. Carlton Adair, co-own
er .or me Dunes Hotel (Vegas),
ana surriet rerry -sneenan. ex-
IPowers- model, Were married there
Monday .. jsven. with the warm-
weather slumo ticket brokers are
still getting gfiO the pair for du-
fatm tn "Fill- T mA-u' n.ni.
Joanne Dru's public statement that
"show people do not make sood
mates," the. odds are she will next
marry l. Jtirkwood,- Jr. The
news report that recording star
SyHria 6ims and-Ed Begley were
wed failed to say they were man-and-frau
3 years aso. He divore-
led her to elope with-Martha Raye
V- Hasn't Arlene Dahl dropped her
million $ lawsuit against Columbia
Pictures for "indecent' adverteas adverteas-ing?
ing? adverteas-ing? -o'-,"-'
Behind the-Scenes: "Dear Wal
ter," writes our Rome deputy, "af
ter two idle years Rosellini was
Biell In ;Mei7 -Yoric
invited to come to India to direct
a picture. The mvite came from an
Indian producer. As part of the
inducement. Roberto was to m
given a hero s entry into tne eoun eoun-trv.
trv. eoun-trv. And he got one. They threw
the. greatest blowout in the histo
ry of tne laj uanai Hotei.in Bom Bombay,
bay, Bombay, literally for thousands. The
next morning the management
handed Roberto a bill for the whole
thing! He still hasn't bailed him
self out. The government later
agreed to pay all bills if his do documentary
cumentary documentary clicks. Lucky that In-
grid is womng." .--f u.j.p;-,
' Broadway Smalltalk: Tab Hun
ter's best behavior is reserved for
Venetia Stevenson. Her brief mar marriage
riage marriage to dancer Russ Tamblyn is
being unknotted .. Actress Con
stance. Ford and NBC's Monty
Morgan looked oof'ly cozy at Cafe
St. Denis Midtown cafe owners
say the terribly missed Versailles
will resume in September because
Federal tax people will okay a
favorable ruling ,, Jacqueline
Park's favorite, male; is Montgo Montgomery
mery Montgomery Clift M Lys Loring, the Mon Mon-signore
signore Mon-signore chanteuse is reportedly a
Countess .. Teevee nretee (lera-
Tine Brooks becomes Mrs. Ham d-
fton Boles at Oyster Bay on the
15th .. Ball players .are skeptical
about teams movine to the coast.
They remind you that players like
Newcombe and Maglie' (and oth
ers; won t iy.
Cast of Characters: Candidate
ior Kipiey: uunt Aymon de Rous Rous-sy
sy Rous-sy de Sales of French, nobility. He
was born in the U.S. Never been
10 ranee, can't speak a word of
vrencn. ms uncto Sam just tap tapped
ped tapped him for the Armed Forces.
Micxey jeuce, who faas kept his
pieage 10 toe family., He and his
wu maaage a oairy urm in
onn uarouna. He labors hard.
They want no part of the Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan night life any more.. Sandra
pee, a top junior model. Earned
$50,000 last year. She', nniv i
Hector Attore, a Marino's waiteri
one of the most startling "dnuh.
l-.Vf an ...
ui Aommy nanviue vou ev.
er saw'.. The attractive brunette
wno pilots her own scooter around
midtown: She is Pam Perry, song song-plugger,
plugger, song-plugger, assigned, to Sammy Dtr Dtr-is,
is, Dtr-is, ,Jr.' recordings., Joan Cope Cope-land,
land, Cope-land, understudy to UtrtaU nil.
more in "Diary of Anne Frank,"
wno is Maruyn Monroe't sister-in-law.'
Real name: Miller. -(....
Curtain CaUs: -"Tha Ird KeV.M
British whodunit, at The Sutton.
Interesting Scotland Yard theme
Carol Buraett'i capers at Blue An Ante!
te! Ante! Tito Poente's "Nightbeat" al
bunt Fabbell Pierce mellow
piano at '.He Left Bank., Tfe fca-
na Smith Trio at the Raleigh Ho
tel .-. Fay Wray, lovely as ever,'
In the film "Tammy and the Ba Bachelor."
chelor." Bachelor." Big City Story: Sarah VSufhan's
famed singing style was the re result
sult result of stage fright and a practical
joke The daughter. of a poor
family hv Newark, one of Sarah's
great joys was vocaling with the
choir in her mother's church. She
was C at the time Long time
friends reveal that her sweet ton tones
es tones soared above all the other voic voices
es voices and spell bound congregations
.. Sarah was persuaded to enter
an amateur contest at the Apollo
Theater' in Harlem They told
her it was a church .. When she
discovered that it was a theater
she panie'd She sang one song
.. "Body and. Soul" .. Without
music In iier confusion she im improvised
provised improvised the melody She stopped
the show cold.. She not only wqi -the
$10 first prize but teed off
the renowned song-style which
now gets her $8,500 a week at the
Starlight Roof of the Waldorf.
Sounds in the Night: At Chateau-Madrid:,.-
"Max, waltz faster.
They're playing a tango". .. At
Forest Hills ..inn: "Money talks,
but wise money listens" ... At the .
Casanova: "She's sustaining on TV
and sponsored on East 62nd St .. -At
Arthur Murray's: "He's one of
the few guys who knows the mean meaning,
ing, meaning, of gratitude and he expects
plenty of it." .
The Late Watch: Zanuck's "Is "Island
land "Island in the Sun" (which has Joan
Fontaine and H. Belafonte trad- v
ing man-and-woman talk) amazed
previewers. They say: ""Even
Northerners will be rocked".. Chi Chita
ta Chita Rivera's : found new romance
With dancer George Marcy. Both
will be in "Gancwav." a Fall mu
sical Copa boss Jules Podell's
legitimate groan: "The star com comics
ics comics keep asking for big money but
keep using the same old jokes!"..
Two -songwriters, struggling for
tea years to land a Broadway ;
show, will do two at once. They
are Frank Reardon and Jeff Sch Sch-weigert.
weigert. Sch-weigert. discoveries of publisher
Jack Mills. Their musicals will be
High and Happy" and "Mr. Rum
pel", .. Banker Martin Sawyer
and his wife will be Renotarized
next week. His next will be Ellen
Sepyer, coast dancer The Bon
Soir bunch wonder now long the
Dorothy Dandridae Curt Jureens
idyll will last ..Spotted at The
Upstairs Room : Lovely Mrs. Wm.
lHhinelander Stewart and. pay
wright Wm.' Marchant ..' Latest
fead in town: NBCs Fred Collins
and Dizzy Gillespie. Intimates fesr
they may resort to using fists.
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! The first military "nuclear reactor power "package" Pint at
Fort Belvoir, Va., was constructed under the supervision of the
Army Corps of Engineers. It was a joint project of the Depart Depart-went
went Depart-went of DVfense and the Atom Energy Commission. The plant
will be operated by the Corps for experimental purposes and to
Train personnel in Its operation. A model of the plant is in the
foreground. 1 , t- ?
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the tracking sites stretching from
' Havana,! Cuba to Santiago,; Chile.
Nnt onlv do they construct for the
future but they are responsible to
demolish the old to make way for
And the engineers are preparing
"for new things to come. They are
the dreamers, the planners 1 and
Pmorpca and tha eneineers eo
lhand in hand.' If ij's new they will
design it; if it i designea tney u
develop it; if itT developed they'll
test and nerfect it. The Corps of
Engineers is meeting today as
always the cnauenge oi me iu iu-ture
ture iu-ture and living up, to the stand standards
ards standards of its motto. ."ESSAYONS"
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For The Best In Fotos & Features
v; It's The Sunday American
Sunday Ansencia SiT"'"-t
sundae June r, ir:7
. A vpF9Tnx'NT iraNESTO DE LA GUARDIA Jr. lashed O THE WESTERN ALLIES are disagreeing with each OROY HARRIS, THE fighting schoolteacher from
?the SSaS beinliaed byFirst Vice- other instead of with Soviet Russia an daarma- "cut and shoot, Tex., took a big half step Jow.rd a" :
President TemLKs Diaz : 5 Fmaydurlng a beach ment negotiations. . f ; bid for the heavyweight title Tuesday night with a
JErS eland in ,hia honor . Britain and Franc ar complaining that Harold unanimous 10-round decision qver. third-ranked WU-
dh 8didt-mentottTK to iineth 4stasseii.biee Unit. State delegate at the dis- lie Pastrano of New, Orleans..; , 1'
i ft e
ft. T 1.1. n 44. Mm nrrt-l TntTITTl IlTl IRE H.I1U IllJAUf - Hldr UlliV UI3 nwuuuvuVB VU:1 JIC autCllWIIU til V" : Autxu) uw wvW. '
I 1 1 H t L11AU 1U ItAB -- V. a.
i k jif. n;,' .nan incitement t riot he posals ana sweating tnem. ? l
weV enlovinsr full freedom to continue his campaign Britain, France- and West Germany also seem ta
Was enjoyiUS lUU uwuwu w m afr.lr that th TTn1tt 8ttM In It MmrnMa tn
take the first step toward agreement," may involve
them In unsatisfactory inspection plans.
But the overall prospect for the necessary modest
first step toward
against -the administration.
"The President and his Cabinet approved a bill ta
limit the exports of unfinished: high-grade Panama
llllllirei,.. ; ;' 5 .. a" ii ... 1 ....... num. ks
- out of five estaDUsnmenrs raiaea oy mavewia -.
Panama's Internal Revenue Department, only three If the Allied disagreements can be overcome and
rrtV were made'.' charging that the places were there is, no, reason to believe that they cannot the
2Slhw dens" - : london negotiations are likely to enter an important
hnrinir the week the finding of a -each in tn stage next ween.' ; .
rtountams'of th province of Veraguaa was reported,. Stassen returned to Washington last weekend, to
The ftod was supposed fro have contained more than confer vlth Secretary of State John Poster Dulles (
1erfdetf Vampalgn behigconducted'by It now appears that Dulles called Stassen to Wash-'
Nthe Mayor, it i also prohibited ta cut 'down trees Ington because of British and French, complaint a a-M
M a-M tlKW eets, under penalty of ilnes. ,- ,Wties
Bnj owners ramed a delegation to meev wali ku r a iaujr w jumhh
for in the contract within 60 days.
The 22-year-old backwoods heavyweight upset Pas;
trano last night by pressing.the lightfooted Loulsianan
and apparently keeping him off balance.- '
Pastrano, unusually sluggish during the flyht, said
in hi dresslna room Harris is -'strong, but be didn't
a disarmament agreement still n uie.wun howhu wav uur u.
Unbeaten Alex Mlteff of Argentina, who registered
his ninth straight victory Monday night,- was match matched
ed matched for 10-rounder with former heavyweight con contender"
tender" contender" Bob Baker of Pittsburgh at St. Nicholas Arena,,
'.' Miteff, weighing 203)4 pounds, gave a tkorough
trouncinir to Willi Besmanoff of Germany, 190'2, '.
'' ; In their TV 10-rounder at St Nick's Monday night.
, He won the unanimous decision ; 7-M, 3-6-1, vv
' Besmanoff. v former ranking contender, was bleed
ing from both brows and from the nose at the finish.
ami. 7 .r.nolHtti. a. on ft new series of Dronosal tn thr Tindnn onnfcrpni-o irom oom prows ana irora me nose at uio iiiuaii,
llf,uor producers ta diji whirt tbey consider as an a new senea or 1aB.tt: after aggressive Miteff had marched Into him with a
arhitrarv" 40 ner cent increase in tha price of nauve j.xie eonierees consist oi me unuea, oiaies, t-ana- v . . . ,niInH u.
da, Britain, France and Russia. These countries were.'
rnosen by the United Nations to conduct the disarma disarmament
ment disarmament talkanvVrf.----
Stassen, en talking the proposals to London,
"arbitrary" 40 per cent increase in ina price
i liquor...- -'..-'
Tommi't snnniies of Salk rjollo vaccine are
- to b exhausted and shipments ordered more than a
- month ago have not yet arrived to continue the vac vaccination
cination vaccination program being conducted by. the Ministry of
. Social Welfare. ,
n. fh, nth iH of thm hnrdr. Ionian were foeus- But he has not outlined them to the conference Itself,
lng their Interest -on Washington and hearings which This: seems really, to be Just a temporary compll-'
will beheld next-week before the Senate Post Office -cation in the negotiations. ;t,
and Civil Service Committee. Three local labor, lead-- But there Is another complication in.th fear ot
ers Rufus Lovelady. E. W Hatchett. and Jose de la ome Allied countries that American leaders, Includ Includ-Rosa
Rosa Includ-Rosa Castillo are elated to apnea? before the com- Jng President Eisenhower, are over-eager to get 9
- ailtte next week , greement; with Russia., ..
J "1 V'' '' ,-'--.;. s BriUln, for example, is reported to. oppose too much
eastilfb," will testify on a bill dealing with equal concentration on nuclear weapons because Russia still
work for equal pay, and will also discuss retirement has such overwhelming superiority In conventional
for local-raters 1 weapons. j
Zoniana were-'c"onslderably saddened by th death of West Germany, whose approval of any system of
' -van nn nrnnir dfmttnp of th Sunnlv and Employe- aerial Inspection of nuclear weapons facilities- in
hooklnar attack to body and head in every- round. Mit
eff suffered a nick; at the corner of hi left eye In
did considerable confidential talking with Vale- t
rian A Zorin, the chief Soviet delegate, r -) asfd 4
It is evident that he outlined lis proposal to Zorin.:: foLV.! !,V'fvm- ..ih inW
Rut hi. ha. nnt i,tiinrt them thi N.nf.r.n,. Hcif "I deserve ft fight with Tony DeMarco. said lanky
Vira-il. "DeMarco could eet onLv a SDlit decision .over
Byars last month. .;. -. u-v r
Akins1 harder punching at long range beat stubby
Byars of Boston before 3000 In their TV 10-rounder
at the City Arena Wednesday night. It was the sixth
consecutive victory for 148-pound Virgil, rated fourth
.- Byars, 144, suffered bis second straight defeat. .,
the ninth-ranking contender lost t top rated
- ex-champion DeMarco of Boston on May 24.
Many of the fang thought 29-year-old Akin didn't'
deserve the decision. They booed the verdict after.
rooting throughout for little 24-year-old Walter, the.
Servic Bureau of th. Canal who died ofxa cerebral Western Europe la essential wants: th Issue of, Ger; TS nd
lumnrrhiw : HMMHMiucMU lUle WIU MV. HOWnwni. Akin n th.:i.mlnl.m, OB O M-O A-
But-there seems good reason to hope, that when '.. 6. iKoTm-H
rZ v i i""1!' man,' as perfect & genueman uMUt baseball crafts crafts-France
France crafts-France has taken an important stepln its new lpng m Erlnned like a schoolbov. v
He played his 823rcf consecutlvr game Wednesday
night, cracking the record of 822 held by former Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Pirate first baseman Gus Suhr. Bashful Stan
admitted it was a mark held by his one-time idol.
- When I was a kid at Donora Pa the Pirates were
my ball club," Stand reminisced. "Every time I could
get. to a balLgame I did and Suhr was one of my.
The new Iron man of the older. loon fingered a tele-:
Ings and Uoatlng equipment of the Canal -Company London conference, the first real approach to a dls- v Another' record was tacked beside the name of Stan ;
were ordered bs the Governor to be flow at half-mast armament agreement may get under way.. Muslai todav and the at, Lonia cardinals' first hav
en Wednesday, the day 01 nis junerau
' T-Thls ha been done on, two other occasions, when
Canal officials died while in office. .-,
' A series of burglaries in the Gamboa area within
the last few week sparked residents to appeal ta the
Governor foe increased police orotection. They got.
' Immediate results. The most serious hit was Mr. and
Mrs;. John Harrison who reported the theft ot jewelry jewelry-worth
worth jewelry-worth over $1500 from their home while .they were
sleeo. Police are still investigating, the cases,, but no
arrests'have-been made as yet.
' Police did catch: a susDe'ct In. the Rodman Post Ex-'
chanfebura!larwi He is former convict,: Joseoh B. Wor Worrell
rell Worrell charged with burglarizing the exchange on Mv
28 and making; off with between $2000 nd 500!1 worth,
ot merchandise;: He was bound over for trial In Dls Dls-.
. Dls-. trict. Court;; ;;;v;fji?.:,
. Gov. W. E.' Potter, was slated" leave tonight to at
"tendCanirrescional hearinsr la Wihington-Jiext week
on pendinK legislationdeallng with the implementa implementation
tion implementation of yarloua phasesr of the 1955 Treaty. .-. t .. (
. Emoloyes of the Marine Bureau and' Health Bureau,
wha board shins or come in contact with, ships' per personnel
sonnel personnel are being urged to get a small-pox vaccina vaccination
tion vaccination if they have not received one in the past year; :
ran: j African policy by creating a new cabinet post'
'Minister for Sahara"
It means that one minister h to be given re-
. sponsJbility for a vast area f the Sahara Desert
which Home day- may rival the Middle East as a ;
source of oil, the life-blood of modern industry.
This regioa comprises more thao 1,600,000 square
milea more than half the area of the continental
United States in southern Algeria and the north northern
ern northern parts of French West Africa and French Equator-
uu allien. i t
gram: it read: "Congratulations on breaking the'Na
t4mnl T ABinia aaai1 rn vi n win aI 4 snt
- b ""( you to get your auuutn jut. : ,. c .--. 1
rg!SwaH:ri; X n;vv It was from Mllbrae, CaWand signed, 'Sincerely;
v.--If .Franc can keep this territory,, it Importance is Gus Suhr." . ,
Lni!t!iWiw2,'viFranc rak ?f Fists were flying 'as much as baseballs in two ma-
hi waVtlrn 7 CUU1"CM' "ucpeaence, ot Mia- jor league games Thursday afternoon.
The House Merchant Marine Committee- approved..
die Eastern production.
Oil exploration has been conducted" by big private
companies and the government, working together,
since 1947.,' :-.-..'' '
' It. was not until early this year, however that the
real potential value of,.tjbe oil resources became gen generally
erally generally known. -.:. ,..;!-;., ,i- ,,-'.,-
It was announced In January that the Sahara!
couit fill ail of France' need -for oil within 15 v
-. years.. f (.-.-':
-' French banking interest announceel In March' the
formation of a "French Company of the Sahara".
bUl to exempt part-time teachers in the Canal from vompagni Francalse Du Sahara to start exploita,
the-nrohibltlon against holding two paid Federal posts,
The bill now goes to-the House. If approved, it would
permit Federal employes to conduct night and, voca vocational
tional vocational classes without loss of pay, ; '
IN CANAL ZONE COURTS A former GI who now
lives in Panama but is unemployed, Charles R. Voelk
tlon of. oil and other mineral resources.
The trouble at Chicago started ln4he last half of the;
nrst inning Detween tne wmte box ana Mew York
Yankees. A wild pitch by Art Ditmar of the Yankees
permitted White Sox runners to take second and ;
tliird. Larry Doby, who was at the plate, exchanged
words with Ditmar. They went at it and both benches
emptied. Walt Dropo of the White Sox got In a few
blows and was tossed from the game along with Doby.
Two Yankees Billy Martin and Enom Slaughter
got the thumb for their part in the melee. The game
was stopped 28 minutes before order was restored.
' The other set-to- took place in Brooklyn when Don ;
Drysdale of the Dodgers hit Milwaukee shortstop
jonnny Logan with a pitched ban in the second in-
mU. . , - : uuau w.tii a milieu u.ii ui mis sctuim i
ine fact that France 19 eoine into mineral pxnlnlfa- ,-nimr inn tnnir fir of ho mnA nnH, mva-namA
tlon in a big way indicates its determination to hang between the two players. Drysdale and Logan started
on at all costs to the territory Involved, including Al- for each other. After several punches were thrown
geria where revolt has reached a new peak of say- both were thrown out of the game.
er. was found guilty of loitering around the Curundu 01 one ot the world's major powers,
transit quarters, and was sentenced to spend 10 days ... , 0 -rr
In jail on the-charge. ... A commissary emoloye, Car Insiders In Norway give President Elsenhower a
din p. Alia, helped catch a thief who stole several Rood chance to win this year's Nobel Peace prize. Finn
pillows from his own. boss. The defendant was Sergio
C. Adames who was sentenced to spend a total of 60
days in all... A brawl among Rainbow City teen teenagers
agers teenagers was settled in court when Lionel Smith, 19 and
Bernard P. Reld, 21 .were found guilty 0 disturbing:
,'The Sahara could put France back. In it's .position n8 complaint is that promoters are using veterans'
"if nnA tf thm Tn.li. ornnn, mm frnnta frr, rain, fimrl Thaw lr..n Mn.t rt
the funds.! ,:;''"': I'-.'ii-' ;-' ,!
the neache. Each was placed on one year probation J choose; the winner; i... i"
A $23 fine was imposed on Reld, but was suspended, v :
4. , , Don't be surprised if Br
Moe, chairman of the foreign committee of the Nor
wegian- Parliament, disclosed last- week that" Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has been nominated as a candidate. In doing
so Moe eulogized Eisenhower's "indefatigable" work
for peace. A committee named by Parliament will
O-- v i I
British prime Minister Harold
Macmillan appears on a Soviet TV program as a
You can expect a friendly-diplomatic fashion war
between the new Austrian and American ambassadors
to .Norway. Both are women. En route to Oslo on the
liner Bergensfjord 1s American Ambassador Frances
M. E. Willis. Already there Is Austrian Ambassador Dr.
Johanna Monschein. Dr. Monschein is one of Europe's
best dressed, women. Diplomats are sure Miss Willis
:wlll want tp hold up America's end. ,,
Watch for the Curtis Air safety report to increase
' 4, :"'
' ifollow-uo to the TV appearance of Soviet Communist Jnstead of lessen the fight in Washington over ways
' Leader Nikita S. Khrushchev.. . 4 make the skyways safe.. The Curtis Commission, a-
, The Khrushchev programa was televBsed In Brit- 'z. 4iong otner tnings, cauea ior a completely maepen-
ain afUf its presenUUon la the United States. It oens xeaerai nviawou Meuty. oouw v-ohbicwuicu,
ha keen suggested that Macmillan make a sim- while approving the commission s recommendations in
frenerai, say mey are vuriis vuiuhhmiuu, Kuiuug uuici
, liar appearance on a Russian program. He Is re-
ported to be warm to the-idea. But the initiative.:
would nave to come front Moscow.
AHeced chiseling m veterans charities will be aired!
soon by a House committee in Washington. A com committee
mittee committee investigator is at work now sifting complaints.
things, called for a completely Independent federal
aviation agency. Some Congressmen, while approving
tn commission's recommendations In general, say
they ar designed almost entirety for the indefinite;
future, while the most critical peiod will come in the r r-ntxt
ntxt r-ntxt three years because jtf crowded air lanes,
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