The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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,'SUNAKAWA, Japan,

munist students attempting to block runways at''
nearby US, airbase battled police for an hourand
' a half in the rain-soaked pre-dawn darkness today,
The police eventually drove off the. Leftisj-led
' teenagers ,and tore down the 60 foot bamboopoles
thfy had embedded in th runways yat Tainikawa
' field. : .7, -
' Afc' Darkness," heavy rain and jrud slowed vp the
combatants on both sides tfo opt was seriously hurt,
and there V?re no arrests, s. -r' ' ;j
, f The clash wae the latest la avseriea i of disorders
provpked bjr the leftist Gerigakuren student organiza-r
, tion 'or the Sohyo Union Federartfon t protest ey ey-t
t ey-t tension of the Tachikavyaf' runways .to accommodate
modern planes.'
The battler on both sides were Japanese. Amer Amer--
- Amer-- icans stationed at the airfield have not been .involved
' in the riotous outbreaks.
Extension of the runways would make) rt neces
' sary to relocate Sunakawa, arid leftwinj agitators

. have been exploiting the
here to' move their homes.
Bolivia's President
LA PAZ. Bolivia. f June 29
YTTPiPrpsirfpnt- Hernan Giles
Sup 70 warned labor leaders yes-
tprr v that, a pnprpl strike call
iJiir j;y l y tri tn 5,'":;t-

. nc mi:a weaken oreai.' fditurnimj over to the workers ten

labor and co;,t the country $juO,
,000 a day.
The strike was called in sup
port of demands for general pay
Increases which Siles said would
only nullify his povernment's ef efforts
forts efforts to curb Inflation. .-m'
Leaders of the Bolivian la
bor Central (COB) had' pro pro-posed
posed pro-posed the creation of a special
fund to raise wages by taxing
the owners of homes, machin machinery
ery machinery ancT automobiles as much
as 20 per cent, decreasing legal
banking reserves a"d suspend suspending
ing suspending the payment f idemniia idemniia-tion
tion idemniia-tion for the tin mines nation nationalized
alized nationalized by the government.
Eiles rejected the proposal as
Impracticable and highly Infla Inflationary.
tionary. Inflationary. He said a preat majori majority
ty majority of unionised workers were in
favor of V. c povernment's mon monetary
etary monetary stal-..;;-..Uon plan and op opposed
posed opposed to t e tnke. "
Biles o::ere-.l to enact several
mea" trrs in r effort to bring
down the ct 't cf living without
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Jcn 29 (UP) Pro-Corn,-
reluctance of the villagers
Siles Predicts
endangerinff the stabilization
plan. Such measures woxilfl IS
cluda lowering the jrlces of cer-l
H tain' loodstutis and or. 6880110?,-
Increasing family subsidies md
per cent of management'g pres
ent contributions : to the social
security fund, i
These are practicable meas measures
ures measures and they would not affect
our Currency, Siles said. On the
other hand, he added, "approv
al of the COB's plan would mean
new iniiauon.", y
Reports abroad that Senate
President Juan -Lechin had been
named acting vice President tq
replace w Vice President Nuflo
Chavez who resigned, were .de
nled officially. r-M
Officials said Chayez'reslgna-
tlon could be acted; on 'only by
Congress which will not convene
until August and that in tne
meantime Chavez would contin continue
ue continue in office. ., : v v
Chavez resigned this week be
cause of disagreement with the
monetary stabilization program
adopted by Siles on the.recom
mendation of a commission head
ed by American "economist Jack
son Eder. s.
For Officers

: FZcrlda Supreme Ccrt
not sign thi mortgage.
illespt xhe court ordered the Jackson Jackson-T
T Jackson-T ,r-Pv 1 ville Zoning Board to re-tone for
"" cn r in buiB some property cut by
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FAO PACLO.BraA June piauA barters in deep South

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Cuban Exiles
See Violence
In Santiago

MEXICO, i June 29 (UP)
Spokesmen for a group of Cuban
exiles who took refuge m Mexico
predicted here today that many
acts of i violence may occur to
day In Santiago, Cuba.
They termed the area a pow
der keg. ;'
According to the exiles oppo
sition groups fighting the regime
of FresiaentrFuigencio JBatista
are well organized and have
some backing among Santiago
pmciais. i
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The exiles say these groubg are
affiliated with the rebel com
mander Fidel Castro, and believe
with him that "Cuba will surely
be liberated."1!!
In Havana,' meanwhile, an of
flcial announcement said that
nine persons are refuged in four
foreign embassies.
One Is being given asylum in
the Peruvian embassy, two in the
embassy of Uruguay: and three
each are nospiced in the em
bassles of Salvador and Ecuador.
Atpsels'JForJUvesI
UI UlllllllU I'lwil
LIMA, Peru, June 29' (UP)
President r Manuel tPrado n a
appealed- personally to Janos Ka
dar," bead' of the Hungarian Gov Government,
ernment, Government, to save the lives of two
Hungarian intellectuals who .nave
been sentenced to. death by the
communist regime, ifr.was disclos-
ea toaay,-L i....-..ii,:s-..ic-j:..i-a .. ...
The twe are newspaperman Guy'
? f)be,,s6vky and aurthorf; Josef
Galy. Dr, Prado'i message to Ka
der wal Cabled last Sunday at the
behest .ol' George Faludy. diree
tor of the Hungarian Literary Ga
sette. now in Londori. ?, i
Faludy visited Lima early this
year as, head of a Hungarian del
egation i making v tour o i Laun
America and has a chance to
talk to President Prado here.'
Dr. Prado s message to KadSr
id; "In tbe "afe of the Peru
vian people and mine personally, I
appeal urgently to your Excellen
cy, invoking your good sentiments.
to Intercede on behalf of newspa
perman Cuyla Obersovzky and
writer Josef Galy. who have, been
condemned' to capital punishment;
I make this entreaty in my ca
pacity as bead of State who ex
pects you 'excellency's .ffectivet
and timely intervention to save
the lives of these intellectuals,?
Anyone Foj Tennis?
TAIPEI, Formosa, June 29
(UP) j Formosa police today
banned student dances that are
held without perm tssion of
Uchool authorities.
Police- aald frequent dances!
were damaging the mora
Students.
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Racial Integration Jsisue

skrea
JACKSON Miss.. June 29 (UP)
The racial integration issue nas
become fuch a disturbing-element
among southern Protestants tbat
many clergymen see it as a threat

tates inclnding Baptist, Metho-
re-dlsft lnd rre&byterians are 0-

, rebelling, against thew-eea
lr,i orEamzatioBS for recommend
!,ng muUng of tbe white and Negro
races.
t muinr tunuoa tiia
within locai churches, minsters)
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t- t.r-m,t.M f th irnt!nn
it rp1rtl in' a ttnipplft vnin
nn tk OnrtK PrxK.r.l
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1 Prf- ueriaa Outlook, a
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published in Rich-'of
rfeu IB US June 17
church was thread
r cortpregatiom to
trvative Orthodon
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(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
ENJOYABLE MEETING Canadian Prime Minister John
Diefenbaker (left) and Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, -Premier of
Ghana, enjoy a hearty laugh during lunch at the latter's
hotel In London. Both men are In England to attend the
Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference.

Ocean Resort Goes Dry After 1-Man
Anti-Liquor Crusade Gets Results

. SALISBURY, Mass., June 29
(UP) This oceanside resort, a a-blaze
blaze a-blaze for 20 years with raucous,
neon-lighted honky tonks,Ntoday
Is testing out a new-found so sobriety.
briety. sobriety. ". -"
f The test has been hardest on
the main largely responsible for
ptrftrnr tnrtown n the wagon.
rranKian &i eicn, a spare nmao
witia a shock of black hair who
is more athome using stone
mason's, trowel than trying to
convince his, neighbors tovote
"dry.",- Some have said ?b
oughta be shot,' and others
think he's a hero. But Just about
everyone agrees mat tne. a
year-old father of three is a guy
with a lot of old fasjtiionea gutf.
Felch rot 'fed up wltn f tne
drunken, rowdy element that
was filling up ihe town sum
mer after t summer. Finally,
after years of trying to" shut
off the flow of liquor he suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in last year's election.
The effect of that' vote Is be being
ing being felt now for the- first. time.
The Question Is what it will
do to the small town's economy.
so closely geared to the tourist
dollar. ; a-v?-;- t- i:
Felch and his followers claim
that, it will h beneficial; with
more amllies attracted to the
beaches, while the iflrmer bar
and package store "operators be
lieve it will cut -sharply into the
100,000 or more persons ,who
usually Hirowd into-" towirypa
weekendsv is Xt' ". -i
"It was something that had to
b done." Felch said. :'Some of
these onerators were selllnar 11-
auor to kids out the back door:
Yqung girls were getting arrest
ed as drunks and last year we
eot more than 100 prostitutes
frort Phenlx City, Ala.j on the
beach charging $10 and up." ;;
r The price of victory In clos,
ing down the 40 er more bars
and liquor
stores nas oeen
somewhat of an economic blow
U Felch, a native of Salisbury.
' Miilinippi wee pointoe evt e
e 'particularly chosen soft per'
for Orthodox infiltration. j'
Tbe article said Orthodox min ministers
isters ministers were accepted readily by
churches in this state while grad graduates
uates graduates of the church's own semina seminaries
ries seminaries were challenged as being too
liberal. -'
One southern minister seeking
a church, the paper said, was ask asked
ed asked to give yes or no answer to
such questions as "do you advo
cate integration of the black and
white races" and "do you sdvo-
cate early reunion" of the north-
irB and aouthem -Presbyterian
irhurchpl, : ', '
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. U inflnOnt ;
1 mj", mnuui....
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Aiier tne rreiDTienae.Asmi
adorved a "pro-nuerration .rerj:t
its Council on Christian fcela-
-tions, n session gevrnng ihkjj
of the f irst Church of Jackson
in'M to cut on au cnurcn exicn-
-n f fls. excrpt to tne
Wal
.1 is
rT kw7, until the courr.i
"" 1 'l

r til

rr
who is small contractor
building patios and doing oth other
er other stone work. f
, Since 8tantln his, cleanup
lawyers and til campaign inate-4
nai. More man ssuq nas come
back In donations and i ana.
wfcrd Jxoth the Methodist Chlu'ch'
of liew England which .cited
Felch for rhis :"ceurageous; and
Independents effort, frfr&,hii!--
But where: he -has vfeiti -the
pinch mpst Is In his work Fetch's
36-year-old wife, Ann, said there
has been "pressure to keep him
from being given -work on the
peach and ne nas had to go nut
of town to find. Jobs. But the
added, we're making out?
Some of the operators along
thf beach won't talk to him. One
reason may be that about 1 200
persons have lost Jobs through
tne transrormationh tnougn some
have converted to non-alcoholic
businesses.. K'yf-", -"A
couple of guys told me the
other day I'd never live to
' start another campaign I'd
i be shot They used to be
friends of mine, but I guess if
. they still were, they would
i have told 'me who wanted to
liill me," Felch said. r
Felch began his campaign last
August after a group of cottage
owners approached him and
said conditions were growing
worse on the beach. With them
behind him, Felch began to ring
doorbells.: ",' ; .7
i Feich's fight- lsnt ; over; a
move Is being made for a special
election for repeal. Felch Isn't a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst liquor if Its properly con controlled
trolled controlled and he wants to put in
a commission to regulate it, if
the town goes wet again.
Regardless of what happens
next, Salisbury Is experiencing a
new' sense of. respectability. -This
week for the first, time in its
history, the town, has .started a
Chamber of Commerce and Feicn
has been named Vice President.
the wealthiest in the state. X A
number of prominent Mississippi Mississippi-ans
ans Mississippi-ans are en its rolls and several
of its officers are directors of tbe
citizens councils. .v., f.
' "Freedom of fellowship, ft pro protested,,
tested,, protested,, does not mean "an unna unnatural
tural unnatural association of .people."
Communist influences usually i
are oumeu ior moves iswara
racial integration." -." ;
Tbe Jackson church charged the
Council on Christian Relations "en "encourage
courage "encourage us to relax our guard a-
gainst Communism and to cease
trying to uncover its sympathisers
in our schools and churches.
A number of chuTche lift
thrown out literature sent from
Aun I I, r mi lira that ritGM tf T
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icci-a wiTnvtM nK)ni7 uinn
r'.. mru ujnUui.
rrosDyronan wuriooa or
rid e paragraph en 'hardstwae
accompanying the straggle. ;
fcich is having
- v j -
real financial
difficulty some members are with-
rrM 'g tt,":r pieces unt.l ai:rff
..... p., y ti to

Mexican Communists
Claim Stale Police
Harassing Party

TORREON Mexico, June 29
(UP) The Communist Party of
Coahuila State charged today that
' police organs" were intimidating
party members in the State.
A statement issued by Party
spokesman Manuel Terrazas said
that "more or less disguised a a-gents"
gents" a-gents" were calling party members
and urging them to renounce
their membership.
The Communists nominated Ar-
turo Orona as Party candidate for
State Governor at a convention
held during the weekend, although
they have only 2,500 registered
members in the state. This is 250
more than minimum required for
recognition as a political party in
Coahuila.
Coahuila is one of the few states
where the Party will post gober
natorial candidates. The Party has
not been able to muster the 75,-
00 signatures required to abtain
recognition as a national political
organization.
Billy Graham Adds
Negro Minister
To Crusade Team
-'. NEW YtlKlSr. June 29 (UPL
evangelist-ftiiy oranam an-
first time, Negro haa been ap
pointea a memoer 01 jau pra
s,ti..-i.ivv;
The Nprth vCarolina Baptist
minister-' introduced tne Rev.
Howard Jones of Cleveland, to a
Ma A rrtrt ? fimiA rlnan eiti1
ence. The Rev. Mr. Jones will
serve as an associate' evangelist
on Orapam's 35-member "team."
Grthim later tsU the United
Preu'' that "we tentHtr eunelvts
mott frtum'in kvlna the Rev.
Jonas with wt. at He 4i a miini miini-ficenr'
ficenr' miini-ficenr' Job ceneuting revival! in
Niferia, Liberia and ether African
areai."
Although the 28-year-old Ne
gro minister Is only a temoorarv
member of his -team, Graham
said. "It Is possible he will be as
sociated with1 us in future cru
sades, both north and south."
He explained that the Rev. Mr.
Jones was on leave of absence as
pastor of the 6 moot Memorial
Christian and Missionary Alii,
ance Church in Cleveland.,
JBALBOA TIDES
"' MONDAY, JULY 1
HIGH
6:15 ajn.
:39 pm.
LOW j
f 12:28 pjn. 1

Vassar SfudenVWins Contest
As Britain's US Sweater Gal

KW' YORK, June 29-rtUP)
A 10-year-old Vassar College
junior who wears casrunerei to
keep warm has been, chosen
Britain's favorite1 A me? lean
sweater girl.
- Cecily Keeenberg. New Ke Ke-chetle,
chetle, Ke-chetle, S.J. thinks Marilyn
Monroe is a washeet has heard
f Britala's beeomy Sabrina er
Diaea Dees and womld rather
alay bridge than ge te movies
r watch televtohm
But she Is a sweater girl all
the same as a result of a eon eon-test
test eon-test In which the highest Intel
ligence was rated as more im important
portant important than big bosoms.
-It Is funev. lsnt It?" Cecflv

S5IKL T dODl S taOW mn,Bouilli. '"

about sweater girls. Marilya "Everyone s so pleased that tuh Medical Journal that tbe mm
Monroe isnt overly Impressive to; a young girl of 1J with lots of was suffering from GiUes do la
me. At Vassar, we are our own brains Is', going to represeet Tourette's disease, earned eftef
sweater girls. We dont even America as a sweater gtrl," peal e Frencb doctor who first diag diag-hear
hear diag-hear the matter discussed by our 'said. iaoeed It ia lsss.
dates from Princeton," Harvard) CecEy was glad,, too,-but fori Michael said the man's famr
and West Point. We play bridge different reasons. Fcr w-at f nde him a virtual rechue n
quite a lot- Isomethlng better to do, she had ,Tew f his inability to stop
Cecily U a pert brunette who plaaned to study economics at w obscenities in the street. 1
weighs IM pounds nd stands Harvard rr.lversitys summer m" XT'
feet. ,.i toches U1L She is ma- arhool. Ken, ah. U going to "l&S&u
3onr.g to child study at Vassar aUbatead. .iment, bficbeel said be gave h
and plan to become a teacher. 1 Peal promised Cecily he wouTd ttrenwww prhe ina'vt
For wlaalng the Brttih-epo-! Introduce her to Diana Dors ln cwr and then started a: -sored
American Sweater Girl. Londo wo she could see for b'r-itrtre. (,rr,n d.Cx.id tas.

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Tidal Wavd.

Audrey's Toll
Now At 211

LAKE CHARLES, La., June 29 (UPJ The U.S. Army
threw its full resources into the hurricane-shattered and

snake-infested Louisiana coastal area today in an effort
to find out quickly exactly how many persons a giant tidal
wave had killed.'
The death toll so far was put at 211, including U
killed in Texas., The others were killed along the south southwestern
western southwestern Louisiana coast, mostly in the fishing town of
Cameron, as a nine-foot tidal wave' washed from the Gulf
of Mexico into the lowland. v v-The
The v-The Army ordered every helicopter at Fort Polk, Lai
into search and recovery service'along the coast. It fer ferried
ried ferried giant bulldozers down the 'Calcasieu River to turn
over water-logged wreckage and see whether there were
bodies under it.
Ambulances were shipped to the drying-out coast
and a radio network was set up to replace broken civilian
communications, so that every shattered town and com

munity could be methodically searched.

The tidal wave, sureina into
nayous. drove tnousanas 01 verr-
imnna.. mMQ,tn : nnalrpt.' fvntft
brambles huo the anatterea
communities and towns, which
are on ground, a little hlnher
than the swampland, They were
angry ana struck, at every miag
In siaht.
one woman lost three Children
by drowning and then had to
watch' J the fourth; die from
snakebite because therewas no.
doctor to treat him.
A boatload of bodies was due
In Lake Charles from Cameron
today. Survivors who had been
broueht to Lake- Charles and
who have missing relatives were
expected to meet It fa see wheth
er they can identity tne Domes.
Among tee ret uji sent to Lake
Chariot and ethorMuth Louisiana
citiof were five Aabiot, born at
Comoro during ihe 'height of the
hurricane. Jerry Cora, atlittint
regional directoV ef the 9.4 Crow
in the Methoift, said one doctor
delivored the in the Pari court court-hone,
hone, court-hone, it
Rumors circulated 1 many of
them outof the number -and
complexity ybf reports of missing
relatives among refugees that
many more were dead in the
ruins of "half-a-dozen little
coastal villages..
one rumor was that Sacred
Heart -Catholic church between
Cameron and Creole collapsed
UDon Anore than 30 nersona who
had taken refuge In It, Actually,
OS ether ', American sweater
wearers merely by rating the
merits ef six sweaters la order
f their aesthetic appeal bat
-without any girls tn tbeea. Miss
Rosenberg's ratings came clos closest
est closest to these ef the eetest
jadges, she was declared tbe
winner ef tbe sweater-girl ti title
tle title without hawing te give any
Information abeet herself ex except
cept except her name ad addma,
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styled sweater king who thinks' I. 'VJ11 .l.-! cur
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finishes Its search.
The survivor were nut tan aft
McNeese Colleee In Lake Charles.
About 1000 Tescue workers, in
ciuaing Army, Air force- and
Coast Guard, were at work In
Cameron today.
George Holsomback. a nllnft
who flew back to Houston. Tex -.
today said survivors were still In
such a state of shock that they
didn't react normally.to the tra
fcedy... A- .Vt- v.'.w.
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, ef shock," he said, "that they talk
ef losing their parents, their chil-'
dron, ai if it actually had ne mean. mean.-Ing
Ing mean.-Ing for thorn." .. .:
One woman told him she and
a son clung to a gasoline storae
tank for 36 hours. During the
time, she watched her husband
and four, other children lose'
their grip on the tank and dis disappear
appear disappear In the churning waters.-
"These people walk around to.
the slop and mud that's all over
town," Holsombacks aid.) They
will ask a neighbor, 'how'd yo j
come out?" the other will answer,
'well, I lost mam and papa ndl
walk away." : 'i
Holsomback 'saldf ead pig,
cattle and hogs werejying all
over the wreckaee '. atrown
streets. .,
'Holsomback aall -nno mm
looked at him in ajdazed sort of
way and listlessly remarked -that
he lost his mother, sisters and
brothers but "thev mckeri .-im
daddy on the dike. .he's still a-
The man walked away, v
"I've heard about the niv-
ton disaster of 1900 but I beUeve
this Is the worst thing I've ever
heard of," Holsomback said
eelnt? thnu nnnln iIHii
around, I don't care to go back
there."
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By DICK KLEINER
" .....
,.r NEW YORK (NEA) Ed Wynn pulled. Out a folder
stuffed with letters and telegrams. He shook It out on the
.bed and started going through them.
"You know," he said, "I was a comedian for 54 years
L. was 70 last, November. And I was never one of those co comedians
medians comedians who wanted to play Hamlet. Never. I liked being
a comedian. And then, all of a sudden

"Oh here's one from Goodman
Ace He says some nice thines
'You were delicious.' he savs. Isn't
that a funny way to put it?
"And then, ill of a sudden. I
couldn't get a job. Not one I want wanted.
ed. wanted. I ..could hay e come back and
done a Broadway play, but I did
not want that. I was very low for
a wnne.
H wa tilant for a few moments.
leafing through the letters. Then
ha laughed, the Ed Wynn laugh
mat everyone loves.
'Teachers call it a sabbatical
leave ana actors cau it a hiatus
but what it really was I couldn't
get a good job.
' Oh, here s a lovely, one from
Phil Barry. ,Jr. He was the nro-
ducer of the show I did 'Protege
on. Look, what he says here how
all the stage hands and everyone
on the show loved workine with
me. Well, I always was va
nice man. I never made trouble for
anybody."
The phone rang. It was the desk.
saying they were sending up a tel
egram. Wynn said that would be
fine.
'It's probably another offer. I've
turned down more things lately
everything from Mike Wallace on
up to. a spectacular with Mickey
Rooney, or maybe it should be the
other way around. Like Keenan
says, it's either a feast or a famine.
Well, there for a while jt was a
famine.-
"And I called Keenan and told
him to come over. I told him, I
was worried and I asked him
what was wrong. He told me some something
thing something I would have resented from
anybody else. But "Keenan is my
son. We love each other. He told
fma to stop wesriai'jmy funny
'hats rtd funny- ol and funny
shoes. He said people can't be ex expected
pected expected to like the same thin? for
54 years he said even railroad
tracks don't last 54 years."
He shifted in his chair and point pointed
ed pointed td a picture of himself and Kee Keenan
nan Keenan in a leather frame on the
bureau. There were pictures of
Keenan'a four children Ed's
grandchildren all over the room,
too..
"Keenan gave me that on my
70th birthday. For Christmas, he
gave me. a -tape, recorder, I'm tell telling
ing telling my life story Into, the thing.
Somebody asked me t collabor collaborate
ate collaborate with them on my life story and
I said I couldnt it wasn't over

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yet. So I'm telling it now into the
tape recorder. There'll be more.
"Like this dramatic acting It's
a whole ntw career for me. I can't
say I really enjoy it yet. I did en enjoy
joy enjoy having people tell me that they
liked my performance, of course,
but the actual work no, I don't
really enjoy it yet. But I find it
very interesting.
"I honestly think people like my
performance because they're sur
prised to find I'm any good at all.
I'm surprised, too."
He put the letters away and
took off his reading glasses and
switched to another pair.
was in The Great Man.' Actually,
the public first saw me act the
first utraiffht line T'ri vpr said in
nuhlic nn Plavhnns 90 That waL
'Requiem For a Heavyweight'
But I did 'The Great Man first
Joe Ferrer had me dQ that.
"He asked m if I would do it.
I said 1 didn't think I could But
I went over to his house he only
lives three minutes away and I
read the part. He didn't like it. I
told him to read it the way he
thought it should sound. I said I
didn't like that. I went home and
studied and came back arid the
way Joe tells it I read it half halfway
way halfway between my way and his way.
"There was a party going on in
his house. He asked me to go down
stairs and read that speech to
Rosemary that's his wife and
the rest. I didn't want to but he
talked me into it. So I did. There
were 8-10-12 people there and I re
cited my speech. And some of
them cried and some applauded. So
aid it just mat way in the pic
ture." ' '.- f
He PaMsed and scratched the too
o! hit head. He's bslding, but his
hair is still dark. He takes good
care of himsIf sees his doctor
twice a year, instead of only once,
the way he used to and says he's
in nerfect health. He looks it.
"Keenan told me that I should
be a dramatic actor, because that's
more my nature. I'm a sad man.
I had lots of troubles in my life.
Oh, when something strikes me
funny I can laugh a great deal.
But basically I'm 'a lad man. I
had troubles for 20 years. Kee Kee-nan's
nan's Kee-nan's mother was sick for 15V
years- before she died. And there
were other things, toe a bad
marriaee and. eh, so many thin
"So I said OK. I'd give up tfifr
funny hats.
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By. BRIAN YOUNG
Rhonda Fleming Is regarded as
ne of. Hollywood's most beautilul
ana glamorous Stars.
NOW MiSS Felming is out to
chieve tt, different type of recog
nition in playing opposite Stewart
Granger, in her first picture for
M-G-M.' "Gun Glory." As a fiery
frontier glr with a wardrobe pot
bearing the mark or Hollywood
glamour and. often playing scenes
without make-up; she hopes to be
noticed for her dramatic ability
rather than for her hatural beauty.
The latter, however, scarcely can
be expected to go unnoticed in the
picture, filmed in Cinemascope
and Metrocolor with Perspecta
Stereophonic Sound.
There's always a place for glam glamour",
our", glamour", Miss Fleming realizes, yet
she also--Is convinced that i isn't
everything and shonjd not be relied
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V The pllbtndlnr excitement" ind fascinating barkdrep
ef Robert Ruark i bert-sHer aevei "Soreething Of VaJue,
kave beea captured, on the acreea In M-G-M tmpressire
wot.on picture- Tertian of talk expleatv story ef racial
turmoil in East Africa. -,--y i-t
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With Reck Hudson- and Dana Wynter la its starring
relet, the picture, photographed in part ea location against
authentic settings fcv the Kenya' Colony, ranging from
steaming jungles te two-mile high mountains, is being
showing, starting ea Wednesday, at the Bella Vls Thea Theatre,
tre, Theatre, aa.onc of the year s outstanding pictures.
SOMETHING OF VALUE have achieved complete suc success
cess success in transferrin r a tremendously cxesting and tropical
novel Into ea equally exciting and provocatiTe motion pic picture.
ture. picture. 4
Pon t fan ta ve SOMETHING OF VALUE at the PTL PTL-LA
LA PTL-LA I-TA. It star. n Wednesday.

It
tress first skyrocketed to screen
fame as Bing Crosby's, leading
tiauy in "a Connecticut, fauiiee m
King Arthur's Court," and; today
ner career is at us busiest auu
most successful peak., :; .; '
f nor to oeing signed hy M-G-M
for "Gun Glory," she had com
pleted in xapjfd iuccesiio.i o.awi.i0
roles (Uf'two Tmore of the year's
mosi promuieni 111ms r wuh buit
Lancaster and Kirk Douglas in
"Guntigtit at OK. corral'". .ia wink
Donald O'Connor in "The Buster
Keaton Story.''- , '.
New Kazdrr Woyie
'Fete In Crowd1
Stars Griffith ;
Lee Remick, who makes her
film debut wuh Andy. iGriffith in
the Elia Kazan produced, and dir
ected "A Face m tne crowd ior
Warnep Bros., fmds herself-uj a
real quandary. i:. t-,. c'-f,
. The young aetrtts'hat i choice
betweeiv- accepting Broadway
show ..and an equally good, mo-:
'ion picture script 4-both to go
-into production at the same a
time. k 'I
As yet, Lee has made no deci decisions,
sions, decisions, but the anxiety is plain to
see. f r ijfi;
Director Kazan In filming? "A
Face in the Crowd'5 followed the
Budd Schulberg script geographi geographically
cally geographically and chronologically, from
Piggott,- Ark., to "Memphis and
New York City.' The picture in
troduces Andy, Griffith- with Patri
cia Neal. !'",v.;'
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By CREDE CALHOUN eh al

LATstRO y.yo .-
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Platero was a burroV a donkey
and1 a Democrat, not a"nartisan
Democrat, like the writer;" because
riatero, was spanisn from, the tips
of his Jong ears- to-4he"frogs of
his tiny hooves. The "Yo" in the
above titift, is also Spanish, Juan
Ramon, Junenea,; a ; poet new 74
years old. y
,"Platero y Yo" Is the nameMof
the small book of prose pocmsv for
which he i w as given the Nobel A A-ward
ward A-ward for Literature fast" vear. .It
is perhaps one of the least pretentious-
books-ever 1 6 receive that
honor and 4t is also one of the
most: delightful.. It is 114 pages,:
with 138 poems,v the last written
40 years ago.

, .i i.-n a K sure oLmeetingpnce here in Pana Pana-Platero
Platero Pana-Platero was the Donkey that;ma. certainly. I should Jiire' no
aieu ui tovkr M:.veia and. nwimeet the-master of Platero,

pleasures and sorrows. However,
the.booK is not dedicated to Plate Platero,
ro, Platero, buUto "The memory of Aeue-
dilla, the poor fool of the Street
of the Sun, who sent me black ber
ries and carnations." i
The author says that in his
small book "happiness and sor sorrow
row sorrow twine, like the ears of
Platero;?
-Instead bf the- usual preface the
book carriesxa' "Warning to the
Men wnu KeadHnis ojook lor Chil Children.".
dren.". Children.". Then 'WhJSrever there are
children,' he quotes Novalis. 'there
is an age of '.gold,'-
Next he -confesses: "For this ase
of gold, which1, is like a spiritual
island ? dropped' frfim Heavehi the
Heart: of thetDoet yearns. ?and he
finds it so much to his taste, that
his greatest desire is never to have
to leave it.
The first prose poem is about
Platero, who is "small, hairy, sua
ve and so sou to the touch that
one would say he was made of cot
ton. and held" ho bones. .Turn him
loose and he goes to the prado and
caresses with--bis wet lips, nibbl nibbling
ing nibbling gently he blue and yellow toss
es. ; J call hint sweetly, 'Platerd'
rnd he comes to me. in, a happy
little tro..; (hat seems to smile.
But for all the appearance of
being made of cotton without
bones, Platero was strong and
hard, as a .rock, and when his
master-; rode him through the
streets on Sunday, the country
men said; 'K
"Tien' acero." -.
' He has steel. "Steel and the sil silver
ver silver of the moon at the same time."
Th Swedish literary : critics
emphasised that Senor Jimo- 1
jnox was a Spanish ascetic, 'wh

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This.waS the first time in- 34
years Uiat the-Nobel Award was
given -to a- Spanish writer. The a-
ward citea Seiior Jimenez ""for his
lyrical poctry,.which constitutes an i
inspiring example in the Spanish
language of, spirituality and artis artistic
tic artistic purity 7
Senor Jin'eneZkke. the great
'cellist Pablo .Casals, is an exile
frqm Spain, Jiving in
Puer(o Rico. It, is worth.-nothjng
that the prize he feceived for his V

lyrical poetrjy 1, originated with Al- ;

trea woDei," Awetten:s inventor- ol,
dynamite. The last Spanish-writer' ?
to receive the : award, was the
great dramatist Jacinto'Benaven Jacinto'Benaven-te,
te, Jacinto'Benaven-te, who I had the -honor1 and plea-
The noetrv of Seiior Jimenez I
not always easy to read, especial especially
ly especially for one whose. Spanish might be
described a? "political and news
paper," but it is worth, any strug struggle
gle struggle involved.-
Professor Eugenie Florit of
Barnard College, is translating a.
book 1 of Sonor ) intones prose
and poetry for publication,
Some ot Senor Jimenez1 poetry ;
has been recorded in his own-vQice
in readings now. at the Library of
Congress in Washingtdri. This was
done under the 'guidance of Fran- :
cisco Aguilera, .who said of Jime-
nez: v., -:--.,s:v':
"His own; poetry hariVffrst 'been
hailed as a wprk of genius by Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Darin, a ia"vB Nic't"?iR
creates poet Iw the SpahisS lan- r
guage since the Golden Age',; Dario
dieti right "after the 'first ; World World-War.
War. World-War. ..;.!!; S 1? ;
VTo tnis Jtomising young"Span- ':
iard Dario,; when living in France, ;
?ent Ais manusttript poem to! be "i
published in MadRid.. Sp,; because
of- thisTelationship;r4Dr. 'Jiatenet
had .tbe-, dtfts of thirV;or) forty of
Dado's most memorable fnoma. :
He gave them aH the library of
uwwressv.: - -1. :vi
"These, are the onfe', existing 4
manuscripts of Dario's Verse?" in
his own hand. Some of'tiim are
signed with his own blood, "tv ;
Aguilera showed photostats to
prove it, v'if
- Some of Dario's letters '.fo Dr.
Jimenez were signed in blood, too,
Aguilera' added: ;. rwy-: ;
He said that Dr. Jimenei nad al also
so also made a igift to the library of let
ters and postcards he had receiv-
ed from Dario in a twenty-year
relationship,
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Bishop Gooden presents

God and country awsras ..
, The hisrhest religious award in

Scouting was presented to 1 two
boys at the cathedral of St.

Luke, Ancou. last Sunday mora

ine. At the 11 :00 fl'ciocK. serv

ice, the Rt Rev. R. Heber Good

en, Bishop 01 me Missionary
District of the Panama CanftJ
Zone, presented to Eagle Scout
Robert K. Arthur, 'and f Llfe
Scout David,J.Dunlap the God
and' Country Award in recogni recognition
tion recognition of their services, to God-In
and throueh His Church, The

beautiful ceremony was witness witnessed
ed witnessed hv a laree congregation, that

Included many officials taj Scout Scout-ine
ine Scout-ine in the Canal Zone. -After

Dean Peterson explained to the

congregation the meaning 01 tne
award, Bishop Gooden blessed
the insignia at the altar,., and
presented them to the parents
of "the boysi Major and Mrs, John
n. Arthur, and Mr? and ;,Mrs.

George Dunlap, who in turn
pinned them on the uniforms of
their sons. They all then knelt at

the Altar Rau to receive me
nraver and blessing of the

COUNTRY AWARDS Robert K.' Arthur and bavl d V.Dunla'p received the highest 'religious award' in Scout Jng
7t ; 1 nrtJ iit Rnftdav morning Showri here are Rev. Mainert Peterson, .Dean of. the. Cathedral ol St.

C50D AND

at the Cathedral

tiv nf ScnnHnff at the Cathedral,

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and the congregation

Betore 1 returning td their pews,
each of the scouts received a
beautiful Bible from Col, Hugh

M. Arnold, v' Chairman of- the

Troop NO. 5 Committee, which is

under the direction ; ofi Dean
Peterson, and assisted by Edward

J. Lucas, thet institutional ReP'

resentatlva for Scouting at the

Cathedral.' This Is the second

sponsored by the Cathedral., For such presentation at, the Cathe

when Scout Frank Miller receiv

ed the same award. This activity
is the full; realization, of the
present day emphasis In Scout Scouting
ing Scouting which is summarized In the
sloean "Onward for God and

My Country." ?

fl'B TOUT PROJFCT Cub Scouts from Den 1, Pack of. Ga mboa proudly 'present asn.traysj wnicn iney nave maae-rronv,
d' "irciPd t n cans to Gorgas Hospitals From left to. rlght.Xsta nding) are Col. Norman H Wiley, Director of Gorgas. Hospital
' M "-, Helen Cox. Den Mother, James Dillon,, Mrs, Katherlne Sellens, assistant, 'Miss B.-jR. SlmonW, Director of Nursing (seat-'.

ed) fcout Harry Munyon, Micnaex ueu, tiamc?. jcunr, wiiau imugnciw i. ocAicno, x vc w w otM "

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,- 'On the corner of Westminster
v Eridpp, London, just across the
'.. road from the famous clock tower
",of ISic iBea and the- Houses of
Parliament, standsr the most. ani animated
mated animated and vital statue that I know
'm all Iir .in. No visitor' can miss
the wild but splendid figure of Boa Boa-.
. Boa-. dicea in hrr chariot 'Queen Boa Boa-.
. Boa-. dieea of t o lintons,' wh died
' fighting t'-i I'jman invader in the
,. year A. I). 61:. : .'
Boadu-e is still accepted as-the
modi l cf mutant womanhood, and
, it sursti id nip not a bit to find
,' this anr'rnt LnMsh Queen pictur pictured
ed pictured larr than l.le beside Florence

Kif' -' 'urale, pioneer of Army nurs nurs-v
v nurs-v ir.z, i.itimcliiie Pankhurs, cham cham-piori
piori cham-piori cf votes for 'women, and oth oth-'
' oth-' er hf'Hnes of Britain's nistoiy at

the J e K.-uval of Women,, at
Vv embay, near London, r ; ,.

TH- CHiLL F E TO MEN

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k i i in the world, was
to show hw greatly
s ic nre has grown, in
r in the economic and
!, t ess and professio professio--
- professio-- the country.
. :n tr.e I'nitcd Kingdom
r of fairs and exhibi-
liuine and (Deauty var var-t'
t' var-t' s was different. There
k of Eaiery. Canopied
c- wre there by -the
i i food f.etta and a
y sslnn r-erfumed with
s the models para para-r
r para-r Is'rst garments from

' ion nouses. Bui De

To take an example or two, there

was the National .Association of

women s ciuds,- wiin-- a; cuspiay
showing how clubs all ; over 'the

country give members a ; chance

cf keeping abreast of "current af-

fairs, of making new friends', and
picking no a eood deal of infor

mal education. The Natibnal' Un:

ion of Townswomen's Guilds gives
women a common meeting ground,
irrespective of party or jreligious
beliefs, to widen their interest and
enrich life generally. ;.,
. The Scottish Women's 'Kura In

stitutes sent 500 members to. Wem
bley and they had a stand to them

selves to prove that they and6,00&

of their fellow eountrywomen, not

only study handicrafts and house

wifery, drama and the arts but

are kept in tpuch with the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Countrywomen of the World
to foster international Understand

ing.- ; .....v-,.
The Festival of Women; was a

woman's show, but not one man's'

nand, so tar as I could tee, was
raised against it. There were man man-y
y man-y tf us males there,-and if any
came4 to scoff, I can say truthfully

uiey remained to praise. j

T

their, work was.s considered merely

supernumerary to men'g.",j And
then, in clarion tones: "'today worn,
en's, importance and strength are

measurable.;." .V- y -, j
' Talking ol the 'electric kitchens
of today and tomorrow is a re reminder
minder reminder that in the next week or
two; work begins, on t an ; electric
power scheme across the Channel
between England and France.

Soon British housewives. may be

cooking meals with hydro-electric

power routed 'from. the French

Alps, and tneir -, rencn ; counter counterparts
parts counterparts may do the family wash with

electric, energyjfrom Britain's, coal
fields Jr. from v the world'ff first
full-scale nuclear power station at

caider Hall, in the ingitsn. .coun-
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, i ELECTRICAL ENTENTE

''.The'-' Idea,,' worked 'out by Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's Central Electricity -Authority
and Electricite de France, is to
take advantage' of the. staggered
denv nds for power in each coun country.;
try.; country.; Their "peaks", do not coin coincide,
cide, coincide, so a "peak-exchanging" plan
can benefit both nations. Power
will fee transmitted 'across',, the
Channel by- direct current at 200, 200,-009
009 200,-009 volts,- Terminal buildings near
Dungeness, in the .English, county
of Kent, and Le Portel, next to
the" French port of Boulogne, ,will
contain elaborate-regulating equip equipment
ment equipment to cope with the risk of heavy
current surges from'- two massive

tween Sweden and the Island of

Gotland,' and the British built

power connection linking Vancouv

er Island and the mainland

of British Columbia. But an elec

trical power connection between

Britain and her French- neighbors

makes history, it nas Been .. well

named the Electrical Entente.

Cavalry Baplisls
Mark Ladies Day
This Aflernoon :
" The Women's Missionary Union
of the Calvary Baptist Church
will observe Ladies Day today at

3:00 p.th.. The activity,! wnicn win

be held in the sanctuary,, is one
of the highlights in the Women's
nonartment: The women hlVE

planned-an elaborate )program for
thm PAlohratiinn. ,'

Vn luin A. Sealev. wife of

tho Tmtnr will 1fl the featured

speaker; and -miss vivian wiuer
will be the chairman of th.e pro-

cram, -'-i .'" ;:"-;-u

. Mnv nelehborintf churches, so

cieties, and religious groups have

been invited to .taKft an acuve

nnrt In th nrocram.

Therri will be an Installation of

the officers ot the Young wom

en's Auxiliary of the u n u-r c d

durine the nrouram activities

Mrs. seaiey will install mese oui-

cers. -: j--w ;

The Ladies of Calvary Baptist

Church are endeavoring to pro-

nmote the cultural, educational, and

religious, phases by these activi

ties. "';,.-. J;!1- '-V .' : .-
An Invitation Is extended to all

to attend this program.
Aix-week training course has

beer scheduled for' all Sunday

School teachers by Miss Consue Consue-lo
lo Consue-lo Adamson, superintendent.
Mrs. Sealevi wife of the Pastor,

will teach the course -for, half hour
between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.

Thn course is eeared to assist the

teachers. iot the Sunday School, in
lmorovine their-- teaching t e c h-

niques in conducting worship dur

ing the Sunday school assembly,

period.

fir use of Dicture-demonstrati)n,

emphasizing the need 'of prepara-j

tion, Bible study, anq meaiiaiion

and prayer, tne cnurcn nopea mat
these courses will be helpful, to
our teachers. j

" Sunday School classes for all

ages will begin at :30 a.m. morn morn-tog
tog morn-tog service weil be ,atll:00 .a.m,
and evening strvice; will be at
7:30 p.m. The Pastor's subjects
will be: J'Four Kinds of Hearts''
and "Three Lessons From Christ"
at the respective Services. :

THE HOUSE ''.'' ', I The only comparable systems

OF PRODUCTIVITY" "i X 'sre the power wstallation across

Amid so many good things -I, the St. Lawrence River, a link be

picked out specially thaf House .of

Design and Productivity, .a bril

liant niece of ore fahrirstinn

based on women's ideas of the per per-fect
fect per-fect "machine for living in" in the
mature half of the twentieth -cen-tdry;
Made from standard parts.

us facade the male it incorporated the best and latest

J (! -ccm a more ser-rroducti from Zoe united Kingdom
-e. jlirms, aJsenAled on the spot, Ev-,
a r! 7i leair? worn-en the enncrete mixing for the
- ,-. I c 1 ) to ''' iai.r,s could' be done in the
; t.f e r t y '";(k s it travelled from the fac fac-:he
:he fac-:he v .- rv. .
i itifi. it ?ci.. '; kitchen alone v-as
i ?" 1 p viyt o! cm :y woman's dream road to e-
f y-r'.-y rut to-;n aneipa'jon. It had automatic ren-
i f t ire flarH oi 'at ion, electric' washing ma-1
tnr': fr trc.v tnwWe fre cooker, and a
t'n :i to ( c e t i'-'ypr f-at tskn only four
-''! t i t ' f l''8M
-s rf f (: '. h -. i tn p ;r -; r r ard.

i ': e -. A' c- cr,r1 in
:, Ffilivtl prefram: "They
upoi were veritable slaves of
working on the land'and

r- r -I t r fi-rres at that bai Bnt Bnt-';
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Bauball Game of th Wk 8:00 Ed Sullivan Show
Perrv Como J . 9 09 Cavalcade of Amarka
Omnlbtu y ', :30 -Phil SUvart
CFti NEWS lOaOO LorHU Younf
Industry-on Pandt ..- 1:S Talent Bcouli t,
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ISth Street tTet No. I3-A-2

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The new look (Chosen personally ;
, by Abigail Brid of Motta's. J.J' 4 L"

The first "shipment of fresh, delightful
Dresses just arrived, as we promised you?
Cocktail v.f-
Afternoon
Evening

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PANAMA COLON f -J-

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: This rriemdrablja Is celebrated ia different

ways-so wt? oner you some suggesuon

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' Are You 'Attending to a Sports Event?,

' then we suggest'

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SUITS
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DIMMER JACKETS

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Immediate delirery BO interest, no co-signer, 20 small weekly payments
.V4 from J 10 weekly .
'.RcmVnitx Our 3 Oolpes Club for CHRIST! IAS

; 7ahsiAdaihjiM and JcdloM Jb mux c( $cck Jails'

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!tEA FDR MRS. WAtTON Members of the receiving .Una at

.the tea Riven uy me n. ijwu uiu'.' .-- ; ;
, 4ew Post Commander's wife, Mrs. Joseph Walton are shown
' o,.,nnrt win Finm left to richt. Mrs.. Milton

Mr$. inoinas JU. nuuiu, iviiu.

Ramsey ana Mrs. mn.

irifw PST COMMANDER'S WIFE FETED

y FORT CLAYTON OFFICERS' WIVES
Mrs. Joseph R. Walton, for some time an active and
"wuiar member of the Ft. CUyton Officers' Wives Club, re re-Uffid
Uffid re-Uffid Tthe best wishes of about sixty Ft. Clayton women at
tlSon Tuesday afternoon. The tea was given by the Ft.
".TlaSiii Officers' WivesClub to honor Mrs. Walton In her
a. litt oi Cot Joseph R. Walton, the new Post
"Commander of Ft. Clayton.
I the receiving line with Mrs. Walton were Mrs. Thomas
Harrold. wife of MaJ.'.Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, Command Command-Jang
Jang Command-Jang General, U.S. Arm Caribbean; Mrs. Milton L. Ogdea,
wife of Brig. Gen. Milton : L. Ogden, Deputy Commanding
"hftipral U S. Army Caribbean, and Mrs. David Ramsey,
president of the Ft. Claytqn Officers' Wives Club.

fhm Viontesses. who mciuaea

tlM. Rumsey, Mrs. Ralph H. Wells
fes. John B. White, and Mrs. Roy
ft.' Strom, decorated the mint
Een tes table with a large floral
Jterpiece of white coffee roses
Hid coral vine, together with su su-rsred
rsred su-rsred palm spikes. Placed at at
Mctiva, intervals on low. coffee
ibles around which trie guests
eted themselves were many va varieties
rieties varieties of single and double hibi hibi-tus,
tus, hibi-tus, and baskets overflowing with
Itiorted blossoms.
JPretidinc at the tea table at suc-

eisiveintervalrwera-.MrH Ray-

rind L. Hill and Mr. Leonard jr.
ft Json, Mrs. D. A, King, and Mrs.
II slph A' Jones, Mrs. ."Elmer
Irubbs and Mrs. Theodora J. W.
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v (unchaon Par VUltrs -'
ITht Ambassador- of France and
Uri. Libnel Vassa. entertained with
truncheon at the Embassy, resid resid-Mca
Mca resid-Mca oa Thursday.

' r Guests ef honor were Professor

fcn Lyon, Director of the French

College in Tahiti, Michel Brun, ra radio
dio radio operator of the raft "Tahiti
Nui" and Ing. Pierre Dupuy, who
is on a special mission for the De Department
partment Department of Foreign Trade of the

i Tench Government.

Pauler-Beston
Ingagament Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Emile Coerce Pau

let of Maracaibo, Venezuela "and

Baton Rouee. Louisiana, U.S.A. an

nounce the engagement of their

daughter Yvonne Madeline Paulet

to Mr. Willard Hugh Beeson, sot
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ledout

Beeson of Panama CUy.,, ;

Miss Paulet is a graduate of
Louis S. McGehee School of New
Orleans and Duke University in

Durham,; North Carolina. She is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Mr. fieeson is a graduate of

Hotchkiss V School in Lakeville,
Conn, .and Duke University. 'He is
a' member of Sigma Chi Fxaterni-
y- ... vv-

A December wedding is planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Arty
Leave for States
Mr. and Mrs.. William G. Arey,
Jr. and two sons, William and
John, were scheduled to leave by
plane early this morning for a va vacation
cation vacation trip to the 'United States.
After a brief visit in" Miami, the
first part of their vacation will be
spent in th mountains of Western

North Carolina where .William and
John will oe at Camp Pinnacle

near Hendcisonville and Will and
Louise at a cottage at Blowing

nock.

Mrs. Edward Biggs Will Receive

Goods For Rummaga San July 3

Mrs. Edward Biggs, wife of the
Charge d Affaires of the British

Embassy. Will be at the Embassy

resdence from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m

Wednesaay July 3 to receva con-

trbutions for the Rummage Sale,

which the British Aid Society is

holding Saturday July a at the Pa

nama Railway station waiting

room.

Many contributions ranging from
clothes and shoes to such "white
elephants" as vases and china
have already been donated, and

it is expected that many closets

and basements will be raided be before
fore before Wednesday by Isthmian house
wiyes for this! worthy cause
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Mr. and Mrs. Brlgman.;
Leave Far Vacatien
Mr.1 and Mrs.- JamCs A.
man. and children; Suzanne

Jimmy, departed early today by
plane for a two month's vacation

in the Maui. iney wm .-visit in

Miami, Atlanta, Chicago and San

Francisco, v.

Brig-

and

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GRANDMA'S HERE Mrs. RobeH Keonlg of Margarita greets

her niother t Mrs. Robert Rowell on. her arrival' at' Tocumen
airport this, week, Granddaughter Jennifer beams her pleas pleasure,
ure, pleasure, while h6P: big brother Robbie Is Suddenly : overcome "with
shyness: Mrs: Rowell halls frpm Tuscon, iiuzona. and plans
!' ; to spend the next two months here. ; ;

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FI:rid3 by; Move
U!Li American
Office To ribrni

A move to transfer Florida's Lat-

to Miami was seen, today as an op

in American Afiars- Department

to iami was seen today as an op

portunitv to also heir, keep the

proposed Florid a "Interama"

breathing until it can. be properly
financed. ' 1

Executive Director a. R. Fuller

said he will recommend to the
State Development Commission at

its July 12 meeting here that the
commission's Latin American Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Department be moved to Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. ' "!
If the transfer is made, he skid,
the cominission would furnish of office
fice office space to twoempldyes of the
Inter American Authority: which
curently is. down to its last $39
and still far from finding the mil millions
lions millions of dollars needed tto make

Interama, an international world

trade and cultural faur at Miami,
a reality. .
But, Fuller said there will be no
other tie-in between Interama and

the Development Commission. He

said the idea of moving the Latin

Affairs Division to i Miami has

been in the wind for some 'time'

as a better location for this Dart

of the commissions "broad activi activities.
ties. activities. .- .,

The Inter -American Authority..

which has- Supreme Court authori-'
ty to issue and sell $70,000,000 in

Donas to finance interama jut has

since revised its whole plan and is

awaiting a vDetter bona market.

Wants to maintain two staff mem

bers until it can get back in

business. r : i ;

what Rqy C Perkins (right), a 34-year veteran with, the U.S.,';

nu.yyt.ut temng. nis granason, private Roy W. Perkins (center),'
17,. aftef 'the latter had enlisted in the Army for a three-year'
hitch. Roy's father,, Roy W, Pe,rklns (left), of Balboa, listen
as grandfather gives grandson some final advice prior to
his leaving for1 the United States for his' Initial basic Army
! training. (U.S. Army Photo)

Retired: Navy: Torpedoman -Send:

1

Grandson Off For, Army Csrcc

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FORT PAVIS-Amei R. Swlm lntar) haavy equipment operator,! i
' roads and ftOHndi brancli. Army Atlantic,' receives a $10 check and
" a'iMS(etion' award ctrtificata -from Harry F. Taylor left IT luperviior
.Kf tka Madramf grrtndi branchrirl ceremonter at Forr-Djrvii: 'SvfilrW-
, SVIfOttee1 putting airactional signal lights an track cranoi that olimln-
sting aaafaty hazard caatad t the roetriefee) viiion of motor crana -driven
whom moving their equipment along highways tq the job.
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1 in: FAMILY MEALS and INTERNATIONAL
- a SPECIAL DISHES.
..It la a training adaptable for commercial or home use.'
Specially usable for vacation's etudents, brides
i "! of young wivesr
- ( START ON JULY 6th. TWICE A WEEK.
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" Total cost $30.00 (thlxty dollars)- This includes
i w .registration, tuition, laboratory-and
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M. C. ESPENER Principal
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Herbert ..cover. Jr.
To Advise rSIaler ;
On Oil Problems

WASHINGTON, Mune 29 r(UPW

Former Undersecretary of State
Herbert Hoover Jr. has been called

back to the State Department as

a part-time consultant -on oil and

other problems, it was learned to today.
day. today. .' 4 it ,v J, V-t.

Hoover, 53-year-old son of the

former President; resigned Feb. 1

from the No. 2 Job in the State
Department to -return to private
life" in California! .'a
- Administration sources said Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover returned: to the State Depart

ment f'for several- days last week
to begin work as a; consultant. He

conferred with Secretary of State
John Foster Djilles and other of
ficials on oil quota problems. Mid

dle Eastern, oil'domestic oil. Drob-

lems relating to foreign Issues.

"'.woiie in. Washington Hoover 11
using the office of v former:, Sen.
Walter F. George who now is in

Georgia' recovering 'from- a-heart

"I like the big artillery guns

01 me Array, and nope to make
a career, in. that field," were the
first words, of Private Boy W.
Perkins,', 17, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy W. Perkins,- ,2434 .Morgan
Avenue, -Balboa, after being
sworn in the U.S. Army ,- for a
three year enlistment, at-'the
Fort Amador recruiting office.

recently.
Roy, a junior at Balboa High
School this past year, left yes

terday for Fort Dix, N.J. After

initial : processing there he will years. "4;

team that captured third place
la the, annual Balboa relays,
He la not the first mevber'of
hia family to enter, the military
service. ,
1 His grandfather," Roy C Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, 73, is a retired Navy veter veteran
an veteran with over 34 years active serv service.
ice. service. He retired from the Navy in
1833 as a chief torpedomanf with
over thirty years service. At the
outbreak of World War Jl he
volunteered for service affain.

and served three-andj-one --h,8,if

be assigned to an outfit for basic

training. -", .,.
Roy, who was born In the Co Colon
lon Colon Hospital In 1939, was mem member
ber member of the Balboa track team In

Ray's father?.' whn 1 sit-

tant foreman of the Balboa Oil,
Handling plant, has been -ir.' the
Canal Zone since 1922. "1
Besides Roy,; the perlrins have

otier children, Ralph, IS;

in tne Baiboa relays that year Richard, 11; Ruth, ; and JRay
he was member of -the achooliiondli..t. t&:-.h'- t

little Drtf Season?? Coming

In M

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; The following 'weather condl-l
tions are based, on past records!

vicuiBi. iccuvciui-uii-w--nearvrand may be expected to occur In
kondmon;- GWge,sprAiirr-assrettthl, r;anftl Zon. ftnd vlcinitv dur-

and 'Vtot' President ." Eisenhower,

hopes to make a trip to Morth At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Treaty countries if his

health permits before resigning his
revisory post around the end of
this year, oficials said.;v 11.

. Although Hoover has Consulted

with the State 'Department '; thus,
far chiefly on oil problems, a
spokesman said. he could be

brought in for advice and assign-

ment bv Dulles on any problem
as needed. 1 )

the Canal Zone and vicinity dur

ing July. 1 v -;

WEATHER: Mod erate to

heavy showers may be expect

; ed over the Isthmus during

July, but there la considerable
range between the wettest-and
driest July n record due to the
occasional occurrence of the
"veranlllo" or "llttla dry sea season,"
son," season," which; Is a temporary
retreat of the Intertropical

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convergence tone to the soulh
and prevalence of northerly
winds and comparatively dry
weather. Totals for the month
range from 3.15 inches to 15.82
Jnches'at Balboa Heights, fi.CJ
to 22.52 inches at Madden ram
nd 4.40 to 27-61 Inches at Ci!s:
tobaL . - ,.- ..

SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
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: -pleasing, palate tempting menus,
choice of complimentary cocktail
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tnn 11:31 ton. S:3 p.m. f
IXy in the cool, comfortable i
lW air-conditioned Balboa Room N

Measurable rain will likely
occur on 19 days distributed over

57 ihoura at Balboa Heights, .'a .'a-bbut
bbut .'a-bbut one half of, which will oc

cur between noon and g p.m. At
Cristobal, the average is 25 days -and
a total of 105 hours, but th

rainfall is more evenly 'distrlb-'

uted with percentages, of day

and nighttime showers approx-'

lmatelyequal. The average total:

rainfall for the month is 7.:3 1

.Inches at Balboa. Heights, 12 C3

Inches at, Madden Dam and 15. 15.-"62
"62 15.-"62 Inches at Cristobal, x
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TEMPERATURE; The raonih-1
ry mean air temperature wilj av-
erago 80 degrees over the Is'h-'
mus. The daily mailnun snd
minimum will e stout n end:" end:"-78
78 end:"-78 degrees, respectlvfly, cn t! a 1
Atlantlo side and 7 end 74 r.
grees an. the pacific s;c. Tha;.
highest temperature cn r-:nrd-for
July !s 85 dejrrc-' anj tha '."
lowest Is 87 degrees.
HUMIDITY: Tr relative hu- 1
midity wllLaveraf F.bfut E5 per x
eert on both coa'M. lie rie rie-dairy
dairy rie-dairy humidity wiil ranre te-'
tweeri 74 and 84 rrr cent,

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a:!v with 1 cr 2 cUyj v ..a ro
sunshine at all.

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Te Fort "Clayton N.C.O. Wives'
Cluq, orlal last Tuesday evr5nin
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ClmKln('s ton Returns f
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Cadet LJ-ell M. King, class of

1960 U.S. Military Academy, hav having
ing having spent -three weeks leave with
his narents Col, .and Mrs. Dick A.

King of Ft. Clayton,' left Friday

for west mm, mew yorjt.
Mr, and Mrs. Barthelemaw
Fctad at Dinntr Party

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bartho Bartholomew
lomew Bartholomew were guests of honor at
cocktail dinner-party given Friday
at the Atlas, Club by their friends.
Thi? Bartholomews are leaving

the Canal Zone soon to make their

Dome in Hot springs, ArKns.

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day camp' at the Fort' Gulick Protestant Chapel. They, are
making sit-upons cushions made from old newspapers and
braided together and covered' with a plastic case. The girls
rtMleffr to right) senior aid Carolyn McGann, Carrie Fonsly
:f';:;;:i:' and Judy 'Qserholtzer. (U.S. Army Photo)
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Scouts Visit El Volcan y i--
A second group of Boy Scouts

from the Canal Zone; left Fort

Kobbe last Sunday for Camp, al

JY- Riding aboard a truck, convoy

irora tne zotn iniantry, 33 boys
nd seven adult leadera Jour-

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COLONEt IOUIS D. FARNSWORTH, -Jr, (left foreground), G-4, U.S. Army Caribbean,' pre."
aents- a safety award plaque to Col. iWlllard R.' Seymour (right) foreground) ,-u.S. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Quartermaster, In ceremonies at Corozal. The Quartermaster section, wasv awarded
the Dlaciue for, the nerlodv January, February' and. March of this year. The claaue is awarded :

oh a quarterly basis to the technical service with the most outstanding accident prevention;

program for that period, and is oasea on quainy or promotional, education ana training el el-forts
forts el-forts toward" accident prevention; completeness of accident reporting; thoroughness of" lnves
tigation; adequacy of anaylsls, andeffefctiveness of corrective action,f Quartermaster em employes
ployes employes looking on at the nreselntatloa 'ceremonies are (left to right): "Derald P. Cousins, -James

C. Lastlnger, James J. Fealey, George 1.'. Stanley, A. J. Shatrosky, B. Thepktisto, J. v.,Schoch

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next dtfy. In- charge of. the con.
voy was MaJ. John T, Harth,

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Scouts from the first camp

j. Members, of the group were Session, 30 boys and two adult

from Troop 1, Margarita; 3 and

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board the trucks. They -' left
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Tuesday, camping that night
near Santiago, and rolled into
Fert Kobbe Wednesday at 1 p.m,
The first camp, session began

June 10, while this second pe period
riod period will last until July 8. A

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Ezcasay

VP

Scintillation, Santurron
In S3 000 Mile Feature

Six of the best three-year-old imported colts now
competing at the President Remon racetrack will
featch strides this afternoon in the $3000 added one one-mile
mile one-mile National Red Cross Classic.

Race Track Graded Entries

: P.P. Hen
1st Race "G"

1 Fru Fru
2 Winsaba
3 Currita
4 El Pequeiio
5 Filon

6 Full Moon

7 (Mont ere.

8 (CarloU

Jockey St.

Ctmmant

Odd!

Natives .5 Fas. Purse $275 ... Pool 1:00

FIRST, RACI Of THE DOUBLE

J. Cadogan 115 Needs more distance, 1M

S. Hernandez 99x Could be upsetter 64

F. Gatica 106 Good early speed 5-1
V. Castillo .110 Fastest at getaway 10-1

B. Baeza 110 Could score again 3-1

G. Montero HOx Distance to liking, w; 4l

S. Carvaial 113 Form indicates f EVEN

A. Reyes R. 112x -Can nelp entry mate TEVEN

Peef dieses 1:30

All -of the scheduled starters

Scintillation, Ezcasay, Posiblemen Posiblemente,
te, Posiblemente, Paquetito, Santurron and Tie-quest-
will carry 115 pounds. Scin Scintillation
tillation Scintillation and Paquetito will race
in-an entry.
Favoritism is expected to be e e-qually
qually e-qually divided among the Scintil Scintillation
lation Scintillation Paquetito entry, Posible Posible-mente
mente Posible-mente and Santurron.

Scintilhtion is fresh from two
straight victories and is now com competing
peting competing against the track's second
series -facers. His stablemate, Pa Paquetito,
quetito, Paquetito, is unbeaten in two local
starts.

Posiblemente, reportedly one of

the roost expensive racers now
racing here, was a creditable third
in the June 2 $7,500 one mile and
one-eighth General Remon Classic.
He is said to have finally rounded
into A-l racing condition and will
be. hard to beat.
Santurron, winner of his only
local start, is reportedly another
extensive animal. His come-from-'
behind style of running should
make this race just what he needs

to be real "sharp" lor the one

mile and a quarter Fourth of July
Classic next Thursday.
Ezcasay returned from a long

layoff in fine form and scored an
impressive victory over a strong

field of third series horses last
Sunday. He cannot be overlooked
and pull another surprise.

Tiequest, a promising American-

bred colt, disappointed with a poor

third place finish last week. In his

previous oiiting, Tiequest had clos closed
ed closed an immense gap after being

blocked at the start and lost by
only two lengths to Grand Finish

in 1:24 2-5 for seven furlongs. lTst

week both Grand Finish and Tie-

quest performed miserably to be
beaten by inferior horses.
If "right" Tiequest should be In

the thick of the competition dur

ing the last half of the race.
This race has all the elements
of a thriller but it could turn out
to be a runaway for any of the
six entries.
Admission to the main grand grandstand
stand grandstand will be free.

2nd Ram fth Serial I mo. 4 Pat. Purs MOO

. 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

-Ouematodos F. Gatica 100 Bad.'lenr hamper .... 10-1

2 Cormorant F. Hidalgo 108 Same handicap, her ; -,, 15-1
3 Pinino A. Reyes R. 103x Did notning ia 4ast, .., : v" M
4 Lanero J. Jimenez 110 Should to runnerup.' ?ijt-i
5 Encachada B. Baeza 108 Early peed,,flnlr .Vv , ',10-1

6 Veneanza A. Mena 120 -Seems "best bet A 1-2

7 Onda Real S. Hernandez 102x Good early- speed; f 4-1
8 (Principe de G. A. Vasquez 115 Depends on start 5-1
9 (Alminar J. Cadogan 103 Nothing in months y. 5-1

3rd Race "C and D" Nat.

7 Fg Purte $32$
ONE TWO

Peel Closet 2:05

Tun

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This Little Leaguer In

Durocher s Son No Ump Baiter

By JIMMY BRESLIN

OUT OF DOORS with

F';-
WHICH EYE EXPERTS
POINTING CONTROL?
By WARREN PAGE
Hunting Editor
THAT horrendous belt adminis administered
tered administered to the right eye of Herb
Score by a sizzler ofl Gil McDoug McDoug-ald's
ald's McDoug-ald's bat has aroused a lot of gaff
in: baseball circles about master
ejs and the importance thereof.
'In shooting, this has been an im important
portant important consideration for many
years, J hei waking os breaking of
manyiwingsneoters, for example.

' xei xurprismgiy zew wno pick
tip a: gun have any idea as to
' whlctk pye dominates, which will
control tttejr un pointing ot In Indeed
deed Indeed any clear idea as to simple
procedures for finding out which
peeper is the master.

Eye dominance, mark you, has

nothing to do with acuity you
mv have 14 assorted brands o'

astigmatism or myopia in the mas

ter eye, or you may be a Die to

read .with it the finest print at
the bottom of the eye chart. Makes

no' difference in this dominance

business.
Nor does right or left handed handedness
ness handedness necessarily spell out the an answer.
swer. answer. Plenty of southpaws, alas,
have right dominant eyes and vice
versa. Indeed, it has been said
that .between 30 and 40 per cent

of our "normal" right-handed peo

ple have dominant left eyes yet
never discover the oddity, nor have
any particular reason to, until
that day when they first use a
gun..,
.If a right-handed person puts a
shotgun, tp his right shoulder, but
ii possessed of eye, dominance on
the left the .left eye will control
the line up between gun muzzle
and target. He would tend to
shoot way off to the left.
Yet discovering which eye ex exerts
erts exerts pointing control is simple.
Take a piece of paper anywhere
from the size of this column, to

1 Tingat R. Cristian 118 Form indicates
2 Dr. Bill J. Gongora 118 Returns in good
3 Pangola F. Alvarez 110 Best early foot
4 Naranjazo C. Ruiz 110 Will score soon
5 (Radical J. Avila 118 Not in best form
6 (Yosikito A. Vasquez 115 In fight to finish

shape

3-2

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5- 1
2-1
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4th Race "H2a." Natives

Fgs. Purse $250
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:35

1 El Profesor
2 Pappa Rorra;
3 Don Manuel
4 Pabionet
5 Que Lindo
6 Presidente

E. Dario 107 Best early speed 4-1
M. Hurley 115 Returns from layoff
J. Cadogan 115 SluggishJn last 8-1
F: Hidalgo ilO Dangerous 'contender j-i
B. Baeza 110 Should be close up 3-1
V. Castillo 115 Ran well in last 2-1

5th Rac. "F" Natives Fgs.Purte $275

1 Olimpico
2 Redond'ta

3 Don Grau

4 Solito

5 Jach-din

6 Folletito
7 Henco

Pool Closes 3:05

C. Chavez 112x Returns from long layoff 2-1
A. Gonzales 102 Nothing to indicate 8-1
A. Vasquez 116 Usually close up 2-1
V. Castillo 110 Ran well in return 3-1
B. Baeza 106 Doesn't seem likely 25-1
E. Dario 106 Jockey handicaps 4-1

F. Alvarez 115 Excluded from betting XXXX

an 8 by 11 typewriter sheet. Punch
a hole m it the size of a quarter.
With both hands, hold the sheet
straight out in front' of you and
keeping both eyes open align the

hole with some distant object

the light switch, for example.
Slowly bend the elbows, bring bringing
ing bringing the paper in closer to your
nose, but keeping the hole aligned
with the switch knob, both eyes

still open. As the paper hits your

nose, you'll find that one eye is
blanked out by the paper. ..
. The dominant eye is that one
behind the hole. -, i '

By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Sorvico
QUESTION: A runner on first
base attempts to steal second. The
catcher' throw hits the umpire
at second base. What happens?
Oscar Stigletz.
Answer: The ball is in play.

Q. With two out and a man on
second base, the batter hits a long
ball to left field.JThe left fielder
jumps for it, but the ball goes in into
to into the stand for a home run. iBe-

lteving that the ball was caught,
the runner from second base goes
to the dugout. The ken who hit
the ball circles theAase. What

to do about it? Jack Leslie.

A. The man who hit the ball Is

out for passing a base runner.

Q. A ball off Henry Aaron's bat

hit the plate and bounced high
into fair territory. Isnt that a

foul ball? Paul McAllister.

A. No, the plate is in fair ter

ritory.

4th Race th Series Imp. .Fgs. Purse $400

Pool Closes :45

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Danielo F. Alvarez 115 Barely missed last
2 Oro I urito A. Vasquez 115 'Jockey should help N
3 Lucho G. Prescott 108 Not with this rider
4 Master Melo A. Ycaza 113 Returns from long rest
5 Dianalicia A. Reyes R. 103x Usually disappoints
6 Bradomin D. Cortez 113 Dangeroui contender
7 Arrabalero V. Castillo 115 Usually close up
8 Teloreo B. Baeza 105 Distance to liking
9 (Moon Beam F. Gatica 105 Would pay off
10 (Socorrito S. Hernandez 99x Doesn't seem likely

2-1

3-1
15-1

10-1-5-1
3-1

4-1

3-1

10-1
10-1

7th Race 3-year-old

Purse $3000

1 Tiquest
2 Santurron
3 Posiblemente

4 Ezcasay
5 (Paquetito
6 (Scintillation
8th Race Special

Imp. 1 -mile NATIONAL RED CROSS CLASSIC

Pool Closet 4:20 2ND RACK Of IH UOUBLK

V. Castillo 115 Promising colt

B. Baeza 115 Reputedly good frouttpr.

- R,. Cristian 115 Has high rating too
A. Vasquez 115 Racing to best form '
A. Ycaza 115 Impressive outings "'
R. Vasquez 115 Has best local races

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2-1
2-1

2-year-eld Imp. Purte $450
QUINIELA

.Pool Clow 4:55

1 Serabueno R. Vasquez 118 Should score easily 3-5
2 Cypress Bull B. Baeza 103 Has strong finish 3-1
3 The Gipsy F. Alvarez 113 Vastly improved 3-1
4 Edith Piaf S. Hernandez 97x Has shown nothing 50-1
5 Princess Vanida F. Gatica 110 Early speed only 100-1
6 f Julio Verne A. Vasquez 113 Could be upsetter 3-1

7 (Mar Bravo A. Ycaza 113 Rates good chance 3-1

yth Race 4th Series Imp.

1-mile Purte $00
ONE TWO

Peel Closet 5:30

1 Aberargie F. Gatica 106 Weak effort In last
2 Gramilla G. Montero 107 x Distance handicaps
3 Empire Honey R. Cristian 118 On last legs now

4 Rosier

5 Bacaacito
6 Golden Cora
f Little Fool
8 Suntonner

R. Vasauez 118 Form indicates

D. Cortez 108 Last doesn't count
B.- Baeza 113 Better this week
SY Alvarez 113 Could be upsetter
. :A. Ycaza 115 Excellent effort lastv

10-1
10-1
4-1
7-5
3-1
3- 1
4- 1
4-1

10th Race ith Series Jmp. 4 Fgs.Purte $400

Pool Clotet 4:00

1 Hincapie A. Ycaza 110 Not against these 10-1
2 Manandoagua D. Cortez 110 Ran well in last 4-1
3 Resuelto B. Baeza 115 Has strong finish 3-1
4 Chulpa R. Vasquez 124 Seems much the best EVEN
5 Celestial Fire .J Gongora 108 Early" speed, only 5-1

6 Pueato J. Guaman 115 Unknown quantity 10-1

-Lucky Test A. Vasquez 113 Reportedly "ready- 3-1

NEW YORK A.YNEA Most

youngsters run into, trouble' quick

ly when both piano lessons and

baseball practice-are-on the a gen

da each day- But: Phil Shortell of

tsayonne, J hag m trouble with

mis at an. , i

' As: rififlt. fielder for .the Scerbo

Buff team, he has been one of the

fbetter little Leaguers playing a-

round Baycrnne for the past ; cou
pie of seasons. And. the Tian les

sons aren t suaenng, ettner,' He

has ; won., two f music scholarhips

already.
Bayonntf is having- some, trouble

with Little' League, nqwever. xi s

problem- that comes up each

vear not enough leagues around

to handle the number -of kids who
want to playi 1 :;
There are 16 teams; with a four
team minor league and an eight eight-team
team eight-team Small Fry -League operating
in the city and it still isn't enough.
You would expeet Chris Durochi
er of the Beverly Hills, Calif., LL
to he the best schooled youngster
in the program. But a proud fath fathername
ername fathername of Leo Durocher, writes
tc say if Chris is the best around
he picked it up elsewhere.
"In all the years that Chris

would nut a uniform on and be

with me at the Polo Grounds,"
Leo says, "I don't believe I spent
15 minutes with him trying to

teach him how to play. His favor

ite and idol is Willie Mays (and

don't blame him) and Willie has

taught Chris everything he knows
about baseball, and as far as my

own. feelings are concerned

couldn't have found him a better

teacher.
"As far as my boy and the urn

pires go. the Little League is very

well handled and, I have yet. to
hear one word- spoken by any of

the players to the umpires. Dirty
looks, but never the outspoken
word. Of course, he takes after

his-father here.'': ? ? ;
Leo says he spends two or three
nights a week working with all the
clubs in the league. He's on the

board of directors.

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THIS WAY-Cer Stengel took time out from the Yankees
in : Detrott- te Instruct' Tommy Francis, nine-year-old Little

ieafuerv in iiniew play.

Raratroopihg
f i j '' h '
LUBBOCK. Tex; (NEA) Tw :

vears of paratrooping couldn't aide r:

line Floyd Hood. The young man

wasn't .-nun ..-in six year oi nign
-i .11... -if 1.1 11 A mm ....

Lani amateur ,boxeiv , ; '

But because 'Hood lifted hit 2B

pound son; Texas Tech will be de-'
prived of its standout guard' ia
football next seasom Hood, a ju-.
nior, injured his back -when he he-bent
bent he-bent over to pick up the six-months 1
old 'boy. X-rays ahov torn fibera

between two vertebrae. Doctors
consider his chances of every play-1

ing again to be' slim.

After two years with Army para-

troopers,. Hood won his freshman K

numeral at Teen1 in 1955 He be

gan varsity' play as a third stringer-
last fall but became a starts r
er before the season was finished.

At "Wellington High. Hood 'was

named to the Schoolboy All-Amer--'

ica squad of 1953. He won d

strict and regional amateur' box-''

ing titles ht vi35r 14T and 175

pounds Teachers chose nun the

best all-round senior.

SMALL TALK Mickey Mc-

Connell has been an anti-no hit

man far some time and this year

the Little League field director has

done something about it. .he asK-

ed bat companies to -print the
weight on all bats made, lor lit little
tle little League Use. :i 'U4"'J-i j.
', "Kids always use ntoct'heavjf a
bat and they can't eontrol it,"-Mick

ey saysi "So I've told 'most man

agers around the country to set
. ... a t 1

up patting tees ana nave pmjeis
hit off them with-the lightest, bat

around. .They'll hit longer wun

a lighter bat. Low hit gamei won't

,be so common.

Mickey pointed out weanu, ,r ia.,

where the big news came of a
no-hitter by Milt Culp.. Two other
nitchera on the same night. Jim

my Vandervort and Jim, Fillegar,

nao no-niuers unui int laic liuwiga
settled for a1 one-hitter. Another

one-hitter was tossed by Bill
Hansche in Kenosha. ..-

Mickev McConnell contends his

light bat program will put more
hits In the game, .-

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Comatose In Second Straight

Saturday Main
Tlie Stud Chltr6' consistent
Comatose yesterday made it two-consecutive-
Saturday feature
vi.tories by racing' to a pot-to-post
three-length win- over a
t.--' 11 Afield of second series im imputed
puted imputed horses for a purse of $"o
1 over seven furlongs at thtf Pres Pres-'
' Pres-' Jdent Bemon race track.
Comatose shot to the front at
the starts and immediately cut
out u sizzins place with-Bmbru-,
jada niclosest pursuit.; Leaving
the 7 furlong chute, outsider
Charlie McCarthy was Been to
) tumble; ; throw his rider then
' droo .dead, reducing ; the five five-horse
horse five-horse field to only four. One of
. the four was Alhajar, which
trafled far, behind the others
throughout. 1 MA
Embrujada and Blakemere did
' their best to make-a race of it
' but' could hot get hear the fly fly-'
' fly-' ing pacesetter, which-maiotain--
ed a threeJength: lead from
start to ilnish virtually unchal unchallenged.
lenged. unchallenged. Embrujada held on to
save the place by a half-length
ahead of fast closing Blakemere,
Comatose, returned $4 per win
ducal ;.His time i forvthe, seven
furlongs over a sloppy track was
a'iast .l:24 Zi less than two
seconds off the track record. Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasqueff rode Comatose, one
two winners he' guided. The
other 'was the impressive new new-comer:
comer: new-comer: Michungo; Braulio Baeza
whor won "with Crew's Hill and
u

,' By JIMMY DiMARBT?;;. ri

i nriiivn -iwr nam tffTTiHiwt.

, v For some reason, the instant you

put a long iron in the, average

l golfer's hands he gets upset, i he
: twa irnn nrt.irnlrlv. ..

1 I rThe club lias ; a .striight' face
1 and the fellow seems -feel. vthe
1 ball won't get in the air- unless Ae

gives the club a lot or Help. to ne
tries to pick the ball up with nil
body. '
Thf result:' Topped shotsvby the
' bushel. 4
" The big thing m-using S Cltfb is

to have confidence 4n it The two
iron will do th inb. Den't worry
about it. Dcn't s rt playing it too
far off the left foot and trying to
jerk the shot into the air. u-
rn.ll -If T T hit It- viohf

It'll go.'' Pivot less than you do
. ,' with a wood shot, so don't bring the
'club back as far,-Play, the ball

I Hi I ipui Oil HIJCBU vt UC tCULOl
i line- between tnY Uet---'.
'. Remember that the two iron Is

1 I an honest club. It won't faU you

Just swing it correctly.
ROYALS SIGN TWO

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I.Lovellette and Jimmy Faxson

ctgigned with the basketbsll Cincm Cincm-C
C Cincm-C nsti. Royals. -Js

Scotch iWiiiskv

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v latisfying beyond compare, ;
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" of any occasion.'

' For entertaining it has' 4- ;:

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and

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DISTRIBITORS

Event Victory
Golazo was the onlyothei' to,
auui iiiuxc viinu t v
Favorites; completely dominat
ed the cardr with Julie's $7 the
best straight dividends: -, i i-t
t i-t The::dlvldends:,; 'v,
FIRST KACE
1 Michungo $2.60. 2-40' v,
a-JFudge Girl $4-40. i r
J SECOND RACE r.-
1 lVleiereum $4.80, 3.40. fl
2-fDisplar Song- $3.60 1
. First Double: S5.80
THIRD RACE
1- vYoylta $3.80, .80.. f
J Cochisa $5.20. ;
One-Two 1 "$18.60
, FOURTH RACE.
lGolden Moott $3,-2.2.,
2 Cue $2.20. ; -
v. Quinlela': $3.4')
",f FIFTH RAPE t
WwHe $7, 2.80.,r u
2-FOrm$2.40. V
f I
l-Cj'ew' Hill 5.40, 3.80; ;
2-Febrero II $3.40. '"
v SEVENTH RACE
lComatose $4, 2.80. j t
2-Embrujada $2.80.
. Second Double; $14.$0 ..
- EIGHTH RACE
1 Grana Finish $2.60, 20.v
tWaqulmazo $2.80. ..
, -fit Quinlel:)$S.20
.'5 .WNTH RACE -jXGolam
$3.20i; 2.60. ,
t-Elko $6.' '
One-Two: 20
15,000-Mile
Fight Front
' NEW YORK (NEA) The
T .. V.. MMttd aval trvls
in once day is from his Broadway
where between an order of cornea
dake he dreams up matchea for
I . 1 L. 1. I t l 1 .... 1-
tyie tignvers. ne poo..
Dewey, however, get a vicari
0US' UlTHl OUl pi U, vrrin
':.t.J ik.,AkMit, tKa .llnlvAria.
'bv his. fighters. For; example, on
iviariineT., wm wc 11;,
South Africa, fighting Wik Holt.
And Tommy Tibbs, featherweight,
,;u -L-A.n Paul Armfitoarl in
1? 1 :ii .- -. Coiiehnrv
UoUywood, Calif. : ; ; ;
n ill ions
- Ta-oaUhrat havintf fiffhteri15.
000 miles apart on the same bight,
n.uv avi he'll take .a subway
ride to Sheepsneaa csy in jorov
lyn mat evening. v.,.;.;;
ff $ARATOGA:At.f s;:,7;,;;! :-
NewYork (NEA) Aoprori-
m.iclv ?J5rt vparlinfflt. 160 colts and
90 fillies, will be offered at the
37th Annual: Saratoga saies, Aug
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BLACK tWHlTf
tta t.mM9 9 i

fjBr JIMMY' BRE$UN -'NEW
VftSif fNEAl Dick Mav-
er was sitting in the airport res res-tnrnt
tnrnt res-tnrnt lr.okinff out the window at
a couple of, planes being loaded.
"Tliara'a nur he aid. "We'V
ctiTI ant tim. Th- nnnlp.' haven't
even, started, to, board, yeWThere's
nQbody vaiting,"-f ; .. ; J
i.t'-sraj -V-' 'f v'AvM'-'-'i--''',-'.', i '"'i"-'-
Tinhrwlv's waitinff," Llovd
Mangrum' told Wm. '"That'K -be
cause mere n au v ueuj. u"
on, "we got t6 get this jrae." ,
M.vcr lft to' start backfto busi
ness, playing golf foraiiving. For
tha nw -Tinitnri State Ooen chsm-
ninn firt stnn was trf ba the Wcst-
low.-The tour nasnt cnangea since
11.,... tha tHIcThfl urn tOD
flight playing professionals are on
it. The same incredible amount of
little things still make up the dif
ference, between-. me wiuuor- mu
lOth-place; 1 h
K.rf- m Mivaf thintri. are differ--
nt nur. Twnklnrf th nlane. for x-
ample A lew. ,weeks ago, the next
....... 1. J r.l
(But now his: world is one of -ap-
pointmenu to be aepi ana ( a tiry
at rearranging his -perspqality. to
fit the crown he won.1 ',;
1
J
rfckaUti:
. vi wit 4a atav "to:your-
self and not say "much- Mayer
" ...11 tn tha "But
it doesn't get you fcny plac. when
you win the Open. I've got to. step
out a little. Pean't change myself
: ti J 1 -UnK HlUW hilt
overniRni ana ur .-r- ---i;
ot to put a attU more talk
into things. '. i;
' '-4.kia mMl( (n .nublic
now. If this thing is going to be
oS the baU with everything. Those
Njw lt's my,bmlnes. ,:r. .Jt ...
Mayer la finding eif Hhat bejng
a money-in"'
. u : wf i h course
Of w--kT,H and
that K.aoes
nuiet veteran of tournament pres-
lot of small things V :
"Ther are about the 'tame,"
w fAn TiV 5Te"
other we ::":rm.
difference Marly all -the time.
"what the differ
ence between
most or we w i t; u"7Sin
to four strokes. Look atth Open.
Four ola vera Witma oeKroa m
winning, to way f y.
one bad round- woe"
vmi an't afford a baa
s money. You can't afford a bad
bole
Whan Msver dWed what to do
wUh iia uue,-
of roads open tor mm.
a gamble as the putt he sank U
tie Dr.vCary Miaoiecou.u -r
the play-on a invcuw-
He
could euner pi-
Los Angeles Open, the Mos-
thr
ters,
the ao-cauc c.
hm at Chicaso's Tam e' Shan-
oi
lionshi
ter
. the U.S. Open. His name
could
be preservea- v :
1 too often. But if be failed
playing
to 00
wen m nit -!----..
he'd be back with the Pck
tered
ihort order. :
back into the hopper and play his
u .. u .k. mip. witn in
knowledge
idee insi me j-v
rA with victorks and nm
impri
tKe
6IO1 pl.ee Cnuh L""Vm.
.1
analyis, psy
am tointto plsy w ae wany
1
tournaments as 1 can.. VKKW-
. t v. have the money
er
sy
it W Evest when yoa win
this is e-TOUga game.
to
sit
big.
Racetrack Tips
1 Montere ii
-2 Ver.fcarua
S Tilsit
4 fiti.ttrtit"
5 Dot Grit
Mstr Melody
7 SanturTon
' Filon
, Inero
Yosikito (t)
" Que Iiruto
j. ; Folleiito
Dar.e'o
Fosiblf irent

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Giariis Nip Cards W in 12th;
YdnlteeslWhtteSoKr

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SWIMMING RIVALS I Diane
Hickev: 16-year-old swimmer from
Cristobal; is undoubtedly one of
the most Improved y swimmers
down here. She can cersonauy
taka credit for -this sucess, since
it is through hard work and dilig
ence that stie naa scnievea ner
goal. The 100-yard free style lace
anvnlvin -Diane and Carolyn
Holmes of Gamboa should be one
of the top events of the Elk's rour
of' July Swimming ;nampionsnipa.
HARRY OR AY SON
r.m timbta n.j. f NEA W.Har
ry's Farm, on the Delaware Riv
er; 75 milei down Bout 46' from
Maw Vnrlr nl mat Un fat. S' fUV
uaai nt Umiriwiv, ,Xaa LindV.
th restaurateur, r when tirea oi
- .
haarintf rnmariiani iokes, in his
But now ureu narry
it in l it nf turmoil.. Hurricane
Tommy i ackson has. lit a fire ,un ,un-derlt.
derlt. ,un-derlt. iy,?r. J
A Harr Prea.dman. a retired
New Brunswick, N. J.t trucking
magnate who is the proprietor of
Harry's Farm, like fighters, f you
see, and consented 1 to Jackson
training here for his return1 match
with Floyd 'Patterson-at tne i-oio
GroundsJuly 29.
: Fraaman haa hon IFAUnd beak
busters long enough, to remember
Battling Siki-oi tne luscious eariy
1920's, .but already has. see and
ha.rri annuch of Jackson tQ MOW
that he is even more singular than
was the Singular .senegalese.
4iknn "tnnV LioDe Breidbart
rowing on the Delaware. Sudden Suddenly
ly Suddenly the Hurricane rested on his
oars and excuimea:." in iiae w
be one of them there- kinda slaves
,k., Kl Knit and aeta
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whipped witk a long whip a
whatchallett;. slave.'', ,, r,;
WHAtl EJACULATED THE,
startled manaaer. 'You don't mean
galley slave; do ypu?'
"Yeah, the ones' in the moom
pitchers.- Do I look like one jdf'em
now?" tne Hurricane assea, jtbu jtbu-ingoff
ingoff jtbu-ingoff his shirt. 'f,.
I'You sure OO, repuea orem-
bart. "All veu need now IS the big
whip." The Hurricane, immensely;

Hurricane-Oh-Delavvare

Sof Ino will carry ydij; smoothly

thru the ironing hour

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eliminates slicking y.-
! r- pulling bunchlna-
.,''"'-"'".''. .
" Y$, SaHna mkt$ your iron Hy-emi down Iron-!
, tfg time en every aurcbed item ia yourbasket. c
Mu Satina utjiycur hot, ready-to -iron starch and
see just bow delightfully easy it is to iron the
" Satina'-iay. TewrtlethsswiHlwdVycr'ripr.l t
t!on Ungef, ni smell sltvWnely fresh I. -'-
. , v ;
f Ctf yeyr tea ef Sst'na fojy ffie '. v ,-;
f '3 troni-j e'i in fi ','' potlejtf

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i SWIMMING RIVALS Possea
sing one of the most natural swimming-
styles. on -the Isthmus 15-year-old
Carolyn Holmes. of', Gam Gam-hna
hna Gam-hna will comoete in the women's
fiW ntvlfi and; backstroke events
on. Thursday -morning in the Elk'sj
Swimming Championsmps -in uam uam-boa.i
boa.i uam-boa.i Carolyn has i been., t winner,
sFncei W51 in swimming ,'competi
tinn tm th Zone, A lone time riv
airy between her and. Diaa- will
be renewea. jury rourui
pieasea, proceeaea ia jump,
boat throuEh the water with gal
ley slave'-like strokes;; !,;'
Returning to shore, Jackson
spied fc fisherman with a mess of
small fish, gazed at them curious-
"Is them little fishes man-eatln,
''No, replied ihe''Hsherman,
"thav'r. cam fish.,,vt ;
. 'Hnh -what Hnt "nf 'Bhmf An
they, play?" asked Jackson, :
Inside the main clubhouse, Tom-
mv marla a haA.linc for the Juke
box, and, depositing a coin, played
an Elvis Presley record, then sat
song with his primitive style of
playing by ear. rinauy, over-
onma hv tha livalv tune, ha inraoff
an want ttitn a ritflr.finH.rnll
that would nave been tne envy- or
the: wildest savage in darkest Alrl
ca.
"THERE- ARE TIMES," said
Lippe Breidbart, "when this guy
starts Dlsvinn the oiano and gurg
ling a wild chant that fou .shud
der.- sounds too mucn nice one 91
them, jungle tunes cannibals drum
when' they're fixin' to boil a mis
sionary. And you dont know what
this felljw might do when under
the Influence 01 what to mm-(is tne
sweetest music.- ... v -Harrv
Freedman is. among oth
er- things, C a champion amateur
chef.--' --. --
"I hates meat, the Hurricane
teUs the maitre d" daily; "AH I
likes is steakf, ehjeen. and nam
burfers". :--.-'- -". .' v
Fighters amuse Host 'Freedman,
but Hurricaae Tommy jsckioh po
sltivfely gives him i workout."
3'-.,. U 4.$-'...
wMsW

ST. LOUIS,. June 20 UP)
Willie Mays tripled to lead off
the 12th inning and Darryi
Spencer followed with a single
today to give the New- York
Giants a- l-o victory.overrthe St.
Loins Cardinals.
v The loss dropped the Cards to
thf jilace In the, 1 National
League, a game and a ,half pe pe-hinc1
hinc1 pe-hinc1 the Milwaukee Braves.
The arame. delaved bv rain for

38 minutes in the 10th; toning,
was a bruilant pnening ouei pe-twje-n
the Cards' Sam Jones and
the Giants: Stu Miller : for 11 in innings.
nings. innings. Miller, giving up eight
hits, was the winner though re requiring
quiring requiring last out help from Mary
Grissom. ' A
MILWAUKEE, Wis7;. June 29
(UP) First-place Milwaukee
Vil. tnur Wnnia runs in routine
1 the Pittstfurgh Pirates, 13 J6,' to-
run wallop breaking. a, 6-6 tle.f
It appeared to T&e anyone's
game until the sixth when Aaron
nok. his 21st homer of thcyear
after Del Crandall and i Billy
Bruton had singled,: Eddie Ma Mathews
thews Mathews follqwed Aaron with his
15th homer, ox tne season,., to
make the score .10-6. -?m i;.;
' The rout became cAmpletei in
the seventh when thev Braves
scored three more runs,- two ; of
them on a" three-base throwing
error by pitcher Johnny O'BrienJ
and other on OHnens- wua
pitch.
CHICAGO. June 29 (UP)
Roy Campanella hit his 11th
home run oi tne season, wren
Carl Fiirlllo oh base In the fifth
inning today to giye the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers 2-1 win over the
Chlcaso Cubs.
Campanula's blow furnished
Carl Erskine with his second
win of the campaign. It was Er
skine's second start of the sea
son and his fourth appearance,
an in tne last nine days alter a
sore shoulder which hampered
h
K,'
lm aunng spring training naa
eaiea. -. : -. t;-.rr
WASHINGTON. June 29 (UP)
Jim Rivera slammed out a
homer, triple and twp ; singles
today to lead tne Chicago White
Sox to victory over the
Washineton f Senators behind
Jack Harshman'a six-hitter' rt
. It was-he white Soximinth
win la 10 -games with the; last-
place. Senators this year.-
NEW YORK, June 29 (UP)
Joe Collins doubled home xogt
Berra with hone out in the 10th
inning today, to give the New
York Yankees their V ninth vlc
tory in. aa many meetings this
season with tne Kansas ,yy
Athletics. 7-8
The victor also enabled the
Yankees to remain tiea witn me
White Sox: for first place In the
American League. ,' r
BOSTON. June 29 (UP)
Rookie Frank Maizone beitea nis
first Major League grand' slam
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Editor: CONRADO
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L
Pet
GB
Chicago- ; 42 25
New York . 42' 25
x-Cleveland 36 30
Boston ,. 37 33
Detroit v ... ,(35 34 j
x-Baltimore 32 34
Kansas City -. 25 42
Washington ;23
x-Result of Twl-Night
header not Included.
.62?
.627
.545 6Va
.529 62
.507 ft
.485 0y2
.373 17
.319 2112
- double-
TODAY'S GAMES
: Chicago 'at'.Washingttn (2X
Cleveland at Baltimore
'. Detroit at Boston.-;
" Kansa.svcUy at New York. (2)
' YESTERDAY'S' RESULTS
Chicago r 010 001 40 11 J
Wasliington' OOOlfJO 000 1- 6 .1
' Harhman (6-31 and Moss;
Heise.'Hyde (7) and Fitzgerald.
LP; Helse (0-1). HR's: Phillips
(5) Sievers-(16), Rivera (6)
(10 Inniftas)
K "City i Oil 400 000 06 10 0
New-; York 010 012101 17. 12' "2
' Kellner,: Oorman (6), career
(8), Burnette (9) and Smith;
Shantz, Dltmar (4), Clcotte (7)
and Berra.fWP: Clcotte (1-2)
:5urna6tJfn,(4e-"HR,T;' eld
(3h Berrft'dO), Power (8), Mc-
Dpugald (5K
Detroit: 020 002 000 4. 9 1
Boston ". 520 20$ 10x 12 14, 2
1

r Lary, -Aber (?)r Sle&ter (5),inett; Acker (9-3) and Burgess,
Hoeft (7) and House; Sisler (6-1 Bailey (9). LP: Roberts (8-10).
4) and Daley. HR's: Maizone (6MHR's: Anderson (7), Burgess(6),

Lepclo (5). LP: Lary (4-9).
Cleve. at Baltimore (2) TwI-N
homer and drove In six runs o o-day
day o-day to lead the Boston Red Sox
to a 12-4 victory over the slump slumping
ing slumping Detroit Tigers.
, Ted Lepcto, who hit this fifth
homer, and .Jackie Jensen di divided
vided divided batting honors as lose
Frank Lary and three reliefers
were toucheds fdr a total of 14
rifts; Maizone' got three of them
and soored .three times to boost
his-batting average to .327 ana
snark Boston to its third straight
win i- the 10th. in, 13 games dur during
ing during hft-currentr.,home atanri:
;.'BATS' CRACKrUP .
.-i-.ar-M'w.-'-.-r- '- 1
5 Raleigh;; N,C. (NEA) Herb
Thomas plans to return to stock
car racing on the Raleigh Speed Speedway,
way, Speedway, July 4. He wis seriously in injured
jured injured in a multi-ear crack-up last
faU.; ..
1 V BACK FOR MORS
' New" York- (NEA) Jack Kram Kramer's
er's Kramer's tennis trouple will arrive in
New York. July 8, one week before
the start of the Tournament, of
Champions' at Forest Hills.
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SARCEANT

NATIONAL LEAGUE r
ms w L, Pet.'!
Teams
r.R
Milwaukee

40 29 !'.580! ;;
40 30..' ,571 "14 s

Cincinnati
St. Louis :
; 37 29

.561 lia"
.5373 t 1
.362 i9:j:"
.844
, V "u

Philadelphia
- 3ft 31
. 36 31
. 34 35
..25 44
. 21' 40
Brooklyn-.
New -York
Pittsburgh
Chicago :

Brboklyn at Chicago 2)''' -New
York at St. Loiils 12,) t
Philadelphia at Cincinnati ti
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee -XiP'- t
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS il
, ... (12 innings) ,.ln
N. Y. 000 00C 000 0011 8 0
St. L. 000 000 0000000 4'
- S. Miller, Grissom .(12)'- and.
Thomas; Jones, wilhelm'" tl2K;
and Landrith; WP: Miller z-f)'.t
LF: Wilhelm (0-3). J-s-
Pittsburgh nro 113 00(C'V Js
MUwaukee, 110 224 30x 13 ,CLJ
Swaoson, Arroyo (5), Face,(3h
O'Brien (6), a .Smith 8)'aidV -Foiles;
Burdette. pizarro (6) Wid '"
Crandall., WP; Pizarro ;4.i v
LP: O'Brien (0-1). HR'S: Crandair11-

(7). Groat 2). Mantilla
smith ).' Aaron (21), Matbetp
n5)-. .
i Philadelphia 000 300 OOOjf ft 0
Cincinnati 001 020 OBx a -9 0
Roberts, Heam .''(8.fend-orT-.
Hoak (12).

Brooklyn 000 020 000-tf 5 1
Chicago . 000 O10 0001 10 0
Erskine, Labine (7) and Cam
panella; Rush, Brosnan (8t and
Neeman. WP; Erskine (2-0). LP' LP'-Rush
Rush LP'-Rush (1-7)., HR: Campanella 5
(11). v.-"

TipJoDrott:
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Pace
MILWAUKEE, Wis.- (NBA) i
Warren Spahn predicts i that. Dick
Droit will become a great pitch-.

yourself 5

er,' but advises the 20-year-old., Cub v..Y
right-hander to learn how to paceT,
himself.- 1

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''Dick, will become more-efiee-.
tive when he, learns to pace him,
self for nine- innings,", ssys, I thai,,,
Braves' veteran southpaw. ''In two
starts a aa ins t our' club, he fried, to

strike out everybody. You cant go. -at
a pace like that without losing ;

something In the later jnnings
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, SUNDAY, JUNE 35,

I ' .:

r f tV,7 jr; Vif tTDTn iraCTTutj .n f .flMTIT1
THIS SPACE, IS FOR SALE
, ilMntttt'V, ;)hu;j.
FOR. INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C740

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.Houses ?r
- FOR ttENTt Furaifhtd chalet,
2 bedrooms, 2 -porehe, nid' j
room, 2 hathrooms, parage, ate.
El Caiwan; Via CipaHa 2020;
FOR RENT:--Clialet er part of
it. Completely furnished,-new, 2
bedrooms, livtnfl-dinin. .room,
kitehoBi bathroom wald'a room,
garage, etc. -"Urbintiaeipn Los
Angalea.1'. For informitioli fhoso
2-3t9S..,.T, 1 i J
FOR RENT oVand now chalet,;
VLoirta Aletfrti.'; 2 bedroom,, liv liv-injdJniiiS
injdJniiiS liv-injdJniiiS room, ppreh, hot
tor installation. Call 2-2648,
2-2S7U-
FORilHENT-5mail enaiet,, on
3 bedroom,, furnished, 6.1. inspect).
od, lep'posite "Institute Pan-A-
meccano, Via fspana.
-FOri RENTi-Chalef. Via Brasil
. ISrA.- Can; S-7258.
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottagea
("Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pane Pane-A
A Pane-A ma, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
'i FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
"' beach houM. One mile past Ca Ca-"j
"j Ca-"j aino. Fhone Balboa 1869.
Commercial Sites
"fPR RINTs Spacioui and mod mod-'
' mod-' rn7 commercial tita on Jote
Francisco da la Otsa Ave., near
Jj. Canal Zone border. Building re-
centlv built. Phone 2-0086 from
--f a.m.-to 12 noon And 2 to 5
,.1.m..

w Is Assigned As New Exec

for USARCARIB
, Jr
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r4
4 J
" LCal. GIO. W. CARTER
1A.' Col. George W. Carter, Jr.,
U the new executive officer of the
U.S. Army Caribbean Quartermas Quartermaster
ter Quartermaster section. Carter has been in
the Canal Zone since May, corn corning.'
ing.' corning.' here from Washington, D. C,
where he was quartermaster for
the Military District of Washing-

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' .Born in Kansas City, Mo., Car Carter
ter Carter was graduated from Westmor Westmorland
land Westmorland College, San Antonib, Tex.,
in 1935. He then attended the San
Antonio School of Law and, re receiving
ceiving receiving his law degree in 1938,
was Licensed to practice law in
the 6upreme Court of Texas.
. Sinif that time, he has become a
member of the bar of the U. S.
Supreme Court and the Unite d
States Court of Military Appeals.
Holding a reserve commission
in th Quartermaster Corps for two
, years,' the colonel was called to
,-scUduty in 1940 and was as-
tigned a motor parts officer and
maintenance officer for the 2nd
Infantry Division, then at Fort
Stmt Houston, Tex. ?

US Arrny Bids For Employe Ideas;
7& 'Proiect Payd'irt'

,'..- -KJ 1
Memberr of US. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean this week began a quest for
fay flirt in the field f employe
.auggasUont when Mai-Gen. Thom
as L;- Harrold, commanding gen-
erl, VJS. Army Caribbean, spoke
to operating officials and manage management
ment management improvement Officials at a
t inference held at the headquart headquarter
er headquarter at Fort Amador.
Harrold outlined the command's
objective in Project Paydirt,"
a six-Bonth progr am' through Dv
cembr 31, to raise the rate of em employe
ploye employe .auKesOons wiUiia the com com-m
m com-m jntL-iFay dirt is any rock or ore
hK-h jieldi a profit U the minors
The project was iSitiatetf April
1. 1357, by Gen. W. B. Palmer.
-acting chief of sUf, te ea ea-cw;rgo
cw;rgo ea-cw;rgo military and civilian per-rv'-.'L
to on heart tut estions for
l-rimin the efBcSeftcT and ef ef-f".
f". ef-f". prow of the Armj. The Ar-
r r program was set lor

.' fc-jjih quarter of Use 1357 La-ltd

ta ?ear and Later extended to
irUie the entire year of 1K7. --
m a ilrr-ssing the conference ear
t r :... werk. Haroid said it is

, i'-r that Kiiitarf and eivii- mutee and suggestions may cover
, ; -jTf.1 make a cruical re- any subject.
, .i of their job to attain Detail of the "Project Paydirt"
r- .-1 e'"ctie"!ess in insprev- co"tr1f for nrlitary mgejsters
. 11 b? rr'fi roo.i.
f f -irmin 'j-j ;rcr.l pouttr-dl An exleifive promotinti! cam-

v.. Ti y'T et as Array-.-

Apartments

ATTINTION. 0. 1. 1 Jo kn
modem furniibed apartment, 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT Spaciou two-bed-'
room unfurnithed apartment in
' fine residential dictrict, Riviara
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
"during office hour.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur fur-nithad,
nithad, fur-nithad, cool, apacieu two-bad-roam
apartment, "laty" waahinf
machine A dryer- Included. Muit
be to be appreciated. Call
3-5024. Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT: Apartment, one
bedroom,' living room, dining
r&om, all convenience!. Belisario
Porrai Ae. No. 96, San Fran-ciaco:.-
Phone 3-2138.
FOR RENT: 2bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, maid1 room and
garage. Inquire me, G Street,
El Cangrejo, "Tereirta" Bldg.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur.
nithad modern 1 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Cangrejo, July II -October
15. Call 3-6901.
FOR RENT: Nicely furniihed
apartment, refrigerator included.
Porch, parlor-dining room, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, tiled, screened,
$55. Apply No. 112 Via Belisa Belisario
rio Belisario Porras, near Roosevelt The Theater,
ater, Theater, FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment on the main. 1 1th. St.,
Via Espana, Lefevre Park. Call
mornings, Phone 3-4818.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's room and bath,
etc. Hot water. El Cangrekv, L
Street No. 23. Phone 3-6523.
Quartermaster
Leaving there in 1942, Carter
during the next few years had ma
ny and varied assignments which
saw him as division maintenance
officer of the 7th Motorized Divi Division
sion Division at Camp Luis Obispo, Calif.(
commanding officer of J special
training company at Fort Warren,
Wyo.; commander of the 448th
QM Truck Company at Fort
Young,' Calif.; and adjutant of the
138th QM -battalion at Camp Brec Brec-kenridge,
kenridge, Brec-kenridge, Kyy
During other assignments, lie
was S-S and special services of officer
ficer officer for the 24th QM Group at
Camp Breckenridge and Camp
Campbell, Ky.; depot commander
of the 468th QM Depot Company
at Camp Shelby, Miss.;, and at
ITlff I al V thA 4llfXA lltttADlt,
of the 2ndvM Training .Regi-
' In 147, he was detailed to duty
with the Army Air Corns and
served in the stock control divi
sion of the Oklahoma' City. Air, Ma
teriel Area at Tinker Field, Okla.
He was later assigned to the Alas
kan Air Command at Fort Rich
ardson, Alaska, end upon complet
ing his assignment there, return returned
ed returned to Tinker Field.
Col. Carter went to the Far
East in 1950 and for' the next two
years was assisned to Headauar-
ters Eighth Army and Japan Lo
gistical Command. In 1952, he be became
came became quartermaster of Central
Commc 1 near Yokohama Japan,
serving there until his asignment
In Washington.
For bis pastimes, the colonel
works with still photography and
spends a great deal of time in his
home workshop either it wood woodworking
working woodworking or mechanical (creations.
Residing with him at fort Clay
ton are his wife Vena, and their
three children: Barbara, Jack
and Patricia. The -Carter family
now claims San Antonio; Tex-, as
their home.
objectlve which requires all Amy
activities to promote their suges suges-tion
tion suges-tion submission rates to attain
higher result than then calendar
year 1956 rate..
U.S. Army Caribbean in 1956 had
a submission rate of 279.S per 1000,
the highest of any Army command.
One of three of these suggestions
was adopted. .
In 1956, the average savings for
each suggestion adopted by 'this
comnraod was nearly $700.
Planned for. military personnel
of U.S. Army Caribbean are two
three-month contests to Include all
suggestions submitted after June
2. f- I
The Comptroller- Headquarters,
VS. Army Caribbean, .announced
that suggestions pertaining to a a-wards
wards a-wards suitable for presentatioa to
military suggestion contest winners
will he welcome and that anyone
submitting an idea which is adopt-
will become eligible for award
ronid-rit-nn
f Military winners of the contest
lwill be selected bv the U.S. Ann
Caribbean Incentive Awards Com
paign has been planned to iotro-

LEAVE tOVn AD WITH ONE OP OVB

INTERNAL. OK PUBLICACIONCS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDKS PHARMACY 182 l Camsqullla- rAKMAClA. luib
RARnnNn M R" fUmmt m MORRIRON-Uth of Jul In Jb J fit I rwn SCRVirE-lu, Tlwill Nn A FlRMirU VSn AnOfl IINIIMIB 149 Central Ave

FARMACIA Ll'X-rlM Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. To. do
VAN-OER-J1S SO Street No. SS FARMACIA Ei. BATUBBO Pargue Lelevre

the Belle Viata Theatre.
L
Automobiles
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1951 -Ford
V8 Victoria with 5 excels
lent wiw tiret, overdrive, radio, ;
heater, undercoating. $175 down (,
or elder car a, trade-in, Balance ;
on easy payment plan.. Call 83 83-3281
3281 83-3281 after 4 p.m. for appoint appoint-ment.
ment. appoint-ment. '
FOR SALEs 1957 Ford. 9tpai.r
anger station wagon, deluxe VS. VS.-atandard
atandard VS.-atandard ihift. Phone Bal. 2871,
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-door
Fordomatic, ; radio, low mileage,
excellent condition. One owner.
5358 Magoon, Diablo. 'Phone
2-4443;. V'v:s.J;.:5V:r--v
FOR SAtE.- 1 956 BoicK Con Con-fury
fury Con-fury -4-door hardtop, two-tone,
ww tire and redio. Heute
718-C, El Prado, Balboa. Phone
Balboa 2-1473.;
FOR SALE: 1950 Ofdsmobile
Convertible; 6-cyl., hydramatic.
Motor, brake completely .over .overhauled.
hauled. .overhauled. New paintvtrra, battery,
Top good. Very ""reasonable,
2169-A; 8th East St., Cunindu.
Phone. 83-5 126. r .:. f ;;:.:
T
F0R SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Commander fqur-doof excellent,
condition,' low mileage. 1 House
5360 Diablo Hghta.
FORi SALE si v" 1 950 Studebaker
Commander four-8oor, exceUentX
condition, low mileage. House
5360 Magoon PL, Diablo Hgts.
Bal. 2918. : ym.tK
FOR SALf: 1951 Old 4'98,"
very good condition,, duty paid.'
Must sell immediately. $350., Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 86-6285. v c, ; 4i
FOR SALE: .1953 Cedillae
Sport Coup $1595 duty paid.
Excellent .condition. Can finance ;
in Zone. 572-C, Cunindu Hgts.
83-6230.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 2-ton in good condition.
Reasonable price. Panama -3-1184.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers i Mover
Phanelj. 2451 22562
4; 4 ; "team Riding; etT;
PANAMA RIDING 'SCHOOL
Riding tr Jamping Classes daily
3 re 5 p.nv Phone 2-2451
' e by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
- call
JlVi KIDQE
General A?ent
Groraltar Life ins. Co.
ipr rates and information'
. TeL Fanams 2-0532 j
EXPERT TRAVEL v
' ARRANGEMENTS
Fidanque Travel Service
;)Tei;''-Pan.l2-1fj6V
SEtVKK) Of
TELEVISION
ELEVISION SRV1CJ
itniHrn-n
TL. 2-4557
ss,' c&ncm
NEW
CAMS)
, Model V
Wilh F 1.2 Lens
Panani N. York 616n
duce the" project, locally. S
From now through December '31,
posters will be distributed to all
units, offices and staff "lections
boosting "Project Paydirt.
. Department of the Army on
March 1 printed a new form, DA
Form 1045. which enables employ employes
es employes and military personnel alike to
put their ideas 00 paper and sub submit
mit submit them for consideration for a-
wards. ;
Secretary of the Army Wilber
M. B rocker, commenting on the
Army Incentive Awards Program,
said. "It is ay sincere hope that
daring- the year each member of
LhO'Armr will Mntrihutai at
one valuable surjeetjon."
erucser mm u is vnai is our
national security that all person personnel
nel personnel of the Army make the best pos possible
sible possible use of all resources eotrust-
rd to them by the American peo people.
ple. people. Any waste or inefficiency in
the employment of the resource!
is reflected in a reduction' of the
Army's combat power and in it'
abiliiy to execute its deadr
rjwnnbi;itif s for the defence o,
the United Su Us.

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AGENTS OB OUE OFFICES AT 1J-ST

.Miscellaneous
N Baby Orchid, Coraagea, Bou Bouquet,
quet, Bouquet, Gift, Hoipital, delivered.
anywhete V.S.A., Canal Zone.i Zone.i-Phone
Phone Zone.i-Phone Panama 3-0771, Crittobal
rio33. T t.
FOR SALE.- Green 9x12 rug, rug,-'52
'52 rug,-'52 Buicfc Riviera, new rubber fir.
lifetime kattory Phone Crittobal
2411, i,
FOR SALE:'' African Violet,
SI. 25.. 1 0th Street No. 18, San
Franciice. Phone 3-2134.
f Help your Spanish, with "Nel "Nel-;
; "Nel-; lie Ryan V book of idiomf fr
.! verba. Call Panama' 3-21 34i,5
FOR SALE: Crib and mattress,',
S 1 S:V 828X-B $ Empire Street.
' Balbea.r.p
FOR SALE Necchi sewina ma.
chine. Call 3-1017 or 3-6606. : ;
FOR SALIi Claa A 3-point
; racing hydro plane, Mercury KG-''
4 powered;: rig; complete with.
trailer,- accessories, Sl5a Ralph
llarri. 3-1881, Margarita.
I l i. i '. i
FOR SALE : t Mahoaanv dinina
table and chain, office typewrit- V
eir-4ek, Jkaaket chair. I fox.;;
k deuplebarrer shotgun, 25-cycle
j. 4-np. motors ; tenni rackets.
e bushes, .1. tuxedo suit sixe
;8-32. rf t94tPontJaei.d.e.t
742-D Enterpriae Place;. Phone
:;albee--4613A; x--f-,
FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle 26"
. $20. 860 Morgan Ave., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Portable Singer, at attachment,
tachment, attachment, $45. 2.434I4- 5
IJOIdlimtsrs Work
For Panama Canal
i. ' .....
1 nirteen canal emnloves. one
with 43 years of continuous Canal
berjace and five with more than
30 years of Canal service, retired
from, the organization during the
month of June. They iwere present presented
ed presented with retirement certificates and
those stil remaining- on the Isth
mus Friday received the personal
congratulations or Governor W.
Potter during a ceremony held in
uia uice ,. ;:t:-
' Those refirln?.. their,' Positions.
and' length of their Canal- service
iouqws:, ,
: Beginrld Armstrong... claims
clerk,. Terminals Division; 31 years
y mpnuia ana Z3 aays,. .-.
VTVllliam F.'' Bartholomew, ehief
engineer, JJredge, Ajindi, Dredging
Diyision;-33 years. C aod nine
mohs. , .v f ..;, ..:. c
Arba E. Beck, superintendent of
the Terminals Division; years,
onomontn na 70 days. ; ,
James C. Drawbatiglf. adding
machine repairman, Industrial Di Division
vision Division 15 years. -11 -months and
m my,..- :':-f,tif, ;..!;
Ezra K. Esler. window clerk, pos
tal .-Division,- 15 years,. 8 months,
and one day. v
Mrs, Anne H. Giavelli. 1 head
nurse, Corosal Hospital; 10 years,
siz:montns apa nine. aays.
John T, Glancy. chief customs
inspector, Cristobal; 28 years, 8
monies ana nine aays..
Johfl T. Xlaneyr chief 'custom
inspector. Cristobal; 29 years. 8
months, and 16 days. "; - )
Juan Hidalgo, signalman. Navi
gation Division; 34 y e a r s. 11
months and seven day.:
Alfred LeClerc, planing mill
band, Industrial Division; IS years
and, 17 days. :
Mrs." Icne M. Newland,' cargo
clerk, Terminals Division; 18 years
three months and 26 days.
: '
; 1Him t. Fussoti, chief engi engineer.
neer. engineer. Dipper Dredge vCascadas,
Dredging Division. 31 years, 12
months and iour days. v ...
' Thomas F. Sullivan, leadfore-
man painter,, Aids to Navigation;
29 years, iiine months and 28 days.
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I Emmet! Zeraer. aferr inspector,
Supply and Employee Service Bu Bureau;
reau; Bureau; 43 years, 11 months and 21
drv -: '.;--
Ukf. AoakPN Aeslll Ar. e
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fltrt. for. ,Revar tap
reenrdert cost plua 10
-Model f $111.70
ryour -prico plua 10
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V STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA

la Ossa Ave. Net 41 FOTO DOMY Junto Arascmena Ave. and 33 St FARMACIA
t Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Pvnaa 1,11 MOVED AOES ATHIS Beildc

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 40-ft. former d d-.
. d-. .Boat fully equipped idiesel pow power).
er). power). Call 2-3578. 4
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Florida Commission
Files 3 Complaints
Against Advertisers
The Florida. 'Citrus f Commission.
protesting 'false' and misleading'
arlvprtisinff tMav filwl fnrmil
complaints Tvith two federal agen
cies and the; state of Tennessee.
: The commission1 filed nrotests
wiin mo r eaerat Trade 'Commis
sion, theLU S. Food and Drug, Ad Administration.,
ministration., Administration., and r: the Tennessee
Department "f Agriculture's di di-visibn
visibn di-visibn of food and drugs. ;
The complaints chareed Hi-Ester
Corp; at Deland,s MQ with' having
misrepresented its, product v as :
"tresn orange luice" in sales nro-
motion in the Chattanooga;' Tenn,,
area. Actually,; the commission asserted,-
the product ii. reconstituted
orange rjuice concentrate, 1 with, wa-!
W' vitamms, sucrose v and. acids
f'lt'was 'unanlrftously agreed f by
the .commission )," the tetters said,1
ttnat tne aa is false and. m)"'esd m)"'esd-mt'
mt' m)"'esd-mt' The.-commission urge?- the
agencies to "take appropriate ac action,
tion, action, to 'ca.use the linn responsible
to ceilse..7VH -r !.
The commission; noted that the
Hl-Estert company produces, frozen
concentrated juice in Florida and
ships it tb plant in Chattanooga,
PGProecf pFri
Go. Jennings
Col. E. B. Jenninsrs who has
headed two of the biggest Indi Individual
vidual Individual Paaapia canal vprojects
since its construction during a
three-year1 assignment 'here sail
ed yesterday 'with hl family; for
the United States aboard the
UJ3.N.S. Gibblns. : - t
. Col. Jennings came to the Ca
rial brganlsation in June 1954 to
become Project Engineer of- the
Contractor' jiilL work from an
aislenment .with the' Corns of
Engineers in ; Nashville, i Tenn.es-
-As the-excavation work rat'
Contractor's HU1 was nearlng
completion, he waa reassigned
to take charge of the Power ;
Conversion Trojectv. He ; has.
served since as Project Engi Engineer
neer Engineer of this major program ex- ;
cept for several weeks when he,
was detailed to the Plant In Inventory
ventory Inventory and Appraisal work.
Both -the. ( Contractor's Hill

wom.ana tne Power conversiont Col. Jennings, has been, reas reas-prograrh
prograrh reas-prograrh are among tho, largest' signed to the Armed Forces Staff
project undertaken by the Ca-;college In' Norfolk, Virginia. .f,

W7

House OKs Smaller Down Payments

On GbYerriment"
WASHINGTON June 29 UP)-
The House'gave swift approval yes
terday to a bill permitting small smaller
er smaller down payments for government-1
insured housing and authorizing!
$1,740,000 to spur homebuilding and
slum clearance." ''''"
The measure, drafted Thursday
night by a -joint conference com committee,
mittee, committee, breezed through the House
by voice vote without' debate and
was sent to the ienate tor iinai
congnessional action. ; ,' 1
It would allow the TP e d e rjk 1
housing Administration to reduce
by $600 to 11,000 the minimum
payments now required on homes
costing $12,000 or more. ;
. On cheaper Mm, flown tey tey-mentt
mentt tey-mentt could a cut mere than
SB per cent. J-
The leiislation also would au
thorize about 640 million dollars
more than the administration re
quested for. mortgage financing
aid ana nousing grsnu ana
loans. .. .1
It is designed to help the bous
ing industry pull mi of a relative
slump by making it easier to fi
nance aomes ana sumuiaung
slum clearance projects in large
cities. r w :
Last faU the FHA reduce-
down payments to the present le-,
I'gml minimum S per cent 'on
the first $9,000 of a houses en-
I J 1 . J M ..nf .n
?raisea vaiuc auu m yi cu u
the remainder." ,.;
The new WB wevW larwer .1
4 mB ema mjk tK first
I, $11409, 11 for eer e the
MJtm 4 J ajor cw et tne
11 4miwrfGspo
The rneamrt al'O
Provide. 59 tnillwn doCars ra
I grants
newal
ad mini
175 nu
grants tor ene year w urosai r
and Slant clearance. i or
miniitratton had recemmeooea
million for U program. t

It ferma tne r eoerai mmi
Ifortgage Association to r--rip aa
additronal T1J maUJoa doLtrt into
1'the safgmg morlfsse mriet.
The dnm!L5.trui asked only
559 miUif. do Ian ffr r-ort?are

buyirg iS.tr tN if f? i rciJ
dt.s'.-4 rr-jr.

PRECIADO T Street Nek AGENCIAS

Home Articles
FOR SALE: RCA radio-phono-
", graph, 25-cyclo all porcelain re-'
?. frigerator, bamboo couch, glass glass-''r
''r glass-''r top table, maple dining table,
'14-1 band taw, 15" drill press,
steel office desk wchair, metal
lawn .chairs, electric .'roaster and -x.
other miscellaneous items. House
f 718-C, El Prado, Balboa. Phone -!
Balboa 2-1473.'
, FOR- SALE: --tt, Westinghouse
.refrigerator, porcelains mahogany
' bookcase; I overstuffed chair; 3
:.bamboo chair; l set dishes,
Franciscan pattern; H chiffonierf"
, Miamaiter; coil feed springs .and ;
4 ; mattraues for single ; beds and
1 various household effect. House
.5360 Magoon PI.. Diablo Hgt. ;
Bal. 2918. WMM
" 1 1 '; ." 'f"''i ""I' i"i
FOR SALE: W-4-p. Rattan aet
90, Heywood j Wakefield din-
, arte with four, chair $50, Cadil- .:
. lac vacuum: v $ 1 5, knick-knack
ahelf $8, Phonp Balboa f289, S 5'
FOR SALE : -Mahogany table t
6 chair;- vacuum cleaner, single 1
coil spring, gold-encruste glass-
es, porch screen,, chair. House
0266 Gamboa, on the ridge.
where it is reconstituted' a orange
juice, packaged in scartons and
marketed through dairies and re
tail, wueig.:;; .4:;'
, -we emorce; tnes labeling re-
quirements...on i all chilled : juice
pacxea in canons in Florida and
shipped to other states,? the com complaints
plaints complaints said. "Where the juice is
pacxagea outsiae f iorida, we have
no control over labeling.' In either
case, we do not have. 'control of
tne aavcrtising. pf.the product.?
:XeayesMonB
nal organization since the water
way waa opened in' 1914. other
major projects have Included the
Third Locks work, ihe4sthniian
Canal Studies Of lMl.i. and the
Madden Dam construction..'
Col. and Mrs; Jennings have
taicen an active part In commu
nity me, or the Canal Zone. He
was .active in Parent-Teachers
Association work and served as
first: President' of, the .Diablo
Heights unit when the associa association
tion association waa reorganized about three
yeara ago. ; -v ,.
" ,' "I'V
" His place as Project Engineer
of the Power Conversion program
will be taken by J. Bartley
Smith, Chief of the Electrical
Division; who. has "almost 30
years of service with the Canal.
He has been on duty in the Pow
er Conversion office for. the past
tew weens ana nis appointment
becomes effective July 1.
..
This included 250 million Tor mil military
itary military housing, 100, million for co cooperative
operative cooperative housing and ISO million
dollars for emergencies., ;
r o d a y
TOMORROW

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THE SEXPOSE iSCAHDAt LIAGAZlIS .eiPuSED!
r -. r' See, for the first time on the fcrnst, the .inzlis stcrj' of the
tciil Eigazines.4 See their "nrr arch" dc7-rl-.cr.ts h '
J' faction! fee'ea mash pcr-r drr-f .-.:3 r-r.rs r.
" v.-" the juttcr! See .kat.hsrrcr when a t f.r c V-V tnozsl y
refuses to spill the "dirfabcut a beautiful actress even to t

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WANTED:; Stenographer, bi
1 lingual,' experienced, good spell speller.
er. speller. Columbia .Picture, Eusebio A.
Morales Avenue.
Lesson
Attention Cocoli: ANN LAT-
TIN will open Summer Dancing
Classes for children. Cocoli-Club-house
Studio second floor;, last
registrations Vill br-takea) July
JZnd from 3 to 5. 1-

PC Engineer Combine US Vacation ;
WithfJap To St. Lawrence Seaway

A nrtet m an's hntida v and on' en-f.
gineer's vacation have many, sim-
llftfitiao '. TP '. TW Riaui1ai-'. -Tl- Pa.
nema ? Canal "assistant-engineering
and construction director, learned
thisf year. He returned to duty this
week.vafter aj short. leave of ; ah-
sence. 'in;tne States vTwith ; M r,
Browder andtheir son BiU;;y yifc
mucn or nis vacation nmo wsi
taken ub with enaineerina tooics ;
1 :i ui-
oii m wiiiHwri mvwiif vj
canals and lock Ho attended
the annual meeting of thei A-
: r:... -t..ii ei -H
rteers in Buffalo, New (-York
and after that was ended, he
and .some '200 other members of
the. Society made, a )tour of th
i r- rV
Bishop Gobdeh
At Stl Peter's
. The Rt. Hevr Reginald H. Good-
en, Bishop of ,the diocese; will ad
dress the congregation at Su Je Jeter's,
ter's, Jeter's, church in ( La ..Boca Jonlghf
as preached at evensong. ; ;
Starting 7:30 p.m., 'this- service
win bring to tr close the observ
ance of the; patronat festivals of
the church. -,. ....J.
In' this connection, holy commu-1
nion wat celebrated S t u r d a y
morning by the. JUv.v Roger irit.
flrppnA and there 'will be choral
eucharist this morning at -7 -(wr

' ROM FORT KNOX Cot.' Johnnie C. Brink, right, commandite offi- J
eer t the eoed Oattation, 20th Jofantry. p resenH to MSgt. Calvin
Price, Company G,.20h Infantry, a certificate of achievement which
followed the sergeant I rem his last assignment in the United States.
: 'The certificate waa forwarded by Major- General John Ryan Jr.. com
mending general of fort Kiok, to Sergeant Price for meritorious erv-
l ice while serving a operation ereant, G-3 rng section, at Fort
Keen,. - k ; :v .... (U.S. ARMY PHOTO)

DRIVE-IN
; A PICTURE WITH DYNAMITE!

The
Sins
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SL AN D E

SERVICES
, The bejt diDner and drinks
' are served in our modern air-,
i conditioned cafeteria, grill and
"; bar. Hotel International ''Pla-
'aa S de Mayo.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO 1
BOX 1 211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
St. Lawerence Seaway and Pow

der project.-' .r ,. -V :
Even after his 'mnr,years Of 1
association with the : engineering
features of th iuteroceanic wa-'
tfcrway, through the Isthmus, Brow-1
der was deeply impressed by tho
gigantic vproject designed to bring
ocean-going vessels from; the At At-a
a At-a thirty-two; generating unit and
supply large areas of the' United
States and Canada with electric-
power,
.The seaway and power project,
undertaken jointly by the United
States and Canada, is expected to ''
be' ready for some use. next' year
with full, operation in -April 1959.
When it is completed it will',
consist of, toiiri major works in
the ; International Rapids section.
These works are the 3,200-f 0 0 1-
long power dam.' which will havV

a thirty-two generating unit., and
stand 162 feet ; the 2,250-foot long
SaultDam, about 145 feet from
top to; foundation; -fe- the Iroquois
dahiV 2,540 feet long and 67 feet
high, and the ten-mile Saiilt Ca
nal 'with ';two-locks; ;'
The reservoir V will flood 4 more
that 30,000 acre's: and vessels will
be able to navigate more than
z.ooo, roues between Dulutn, Minn.
and the .Atlantic through the Ca1
nal,.",-''' tt.'l'''S
In addition to the St- Lawrence
Project, Browder. -andrhis family,
visited in Washington; D, C, NevV
York, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Co-
lumbus, Ohio.
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BUFFET DINNER for warm weather Introduces hot oat cereal
at replacement for biscuit ovr which to put crttmtd chicken.

By GAYNOR .MAJOOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

,1 .. i if f 1

r The warm weather buffet sup

per should oe easy to prepare and

eau'ior tne minimum in last-min-ute
preparation.''
Plump stewmg chickens are plen plentiful
tiful plentiful now. -Cook the day before, re remover
mover remover meat in large pieces from
bones',' chill. For- the party, serve
delicately, seasoned creamed chic-
ken. !:'"
Instead of making hot biscuits
to serve it on; use ready-to-eat oat
.cereal, hot and buttered. This, too,
ean be prepared ahead of time
for last minute reheating. Like
other breakfast cereals, oats car carry
ry carry .quite' a load of extra nutrition
and are inexpensive. v
Hot Buttered Oat Cereal
One third cup butter or mar margarine,
garine, margarine, 3 teaspoons minced "pars "parsley
ley "parsley 1-2 teaspoon poultry season seasoning,
ing, seasoning, 3 cups ready-to-eat oat .cereal.
: Melt, butter;, add parsley and

poultry seasoning; toss with cere cereal.
al. cereal. Spread on cookie sheet: bake
in moderate oven (250-375 degrees
F.) about 10 minutes, or until
throughly heated. ;

Creamed Chicken ( serving)
One quarter cup butter or mar margarine,
garine, margarine, 1-4 chicken fat, 3-4 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon garlic salt,
7 tablespoons all purpose flour,
3 cups milk or 1-1-2 cups each of
milk and chicken stock, 3 to 5 cups

cooked, seasoned chicken cut in

large pieces, 1 1-2 cups cooked,

seasoned frozen peas.

Melt butter and chicken m

Cotton JClih Wide JjeaiU

acauon

ear

NEW YORK (NEA) Cotton

Combine seasonings and flour. Add fhfer,2S2

" 'if 1 x 1 5 s 1
17 v fV" ? i ; ;
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' Cotton knit fashions are as much a pari of the American way
f dressinr as their counterparts, wool knits. These show that
there' versatility In cotton knit tun fashions.- Cotton knit beach
coat with hood (left) has trim of white cotton fringe and two
patch pockets to hold adds and ends. A one-piece pebble knit

playsalt'in chalk white (center) has elastic hug- legs, tie belt i
and shiny brass buttons. Cotton knit pullover -(right) has raised I
sun stripes, elastic waist for perfect fit and wide collar. Shorts
are brier and welt-cut These, smart play clothes wash in a i
Jiffy and pack light to travel, too. J

yoninuw ""f thev first made their appearance

r2a Add miik".nd ougd? hirt department
.ft. ..tii thnshiu niti Rofnrnl This summer, tney appear even

ft lnj fiaf CnnV ctirrintf rnn-iin aKner

stantlv. until sauce has thickened

Add chicken and peas. Serve ver

heated ready-to-eat oat cereau

collections. They're

handled with what 'Is termed" a

casual approach but they are
traveling in high society, never nevertheless,
theless, nevertheless, :
Most (it these1 are cut sheath
style. The cotton knit itself may
be in solid colors, pastels, white
or in black-and-white stripes.

In sun clothes, designers dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate the Italian influence in
their imaginative use of cowl neck necklines,
lines, necklines, hoods, fringe trim and short
shorts. These are the sun fashions
American girls' prefer:- easy to
wear and easy to care for.
Now that cotton knits keep

their shape and are no problem

to launder, most vacationing girls
find that they're ideal compan

ions for two weeks in the. sun. In
the daytime, by pool or seaside,

they re absorbent and comfortable

even after hours in the sun.

fcva led Garden IfVlalzeS

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ean&ome?.

... The rnature-'liomonlaker doesn't

nave to. iorego4'tne pleasure oi s
summer garden.
Less rohuSt health may rule out
strenuous activity or a move into

smaller quarters may reduce av available,
ailable, available, gardening space to the van vanishing1,
ishing1, vanishing1, point "But that doesn't
mean the garden must ;go. J
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Instead of tfouching""7 over a
flower' bed and. paying fof .the
blooms with an aching oack and
stiff knees, bring the garden' up to
you where you can Teach, ii, com comfortable
fortable comfortable and .-without1 strain

Window boxes, railing boxesror-i

dmary boxes or pots set up on re re-'
' re-' taining- walls 1 or benches' can be
the basis for a small scale gar garden
den garden that blooms as profusely as
large-scale plantings in 7rd.
Boxes can be bought or-made.
But the National Garden Bureau
advised me to make sure they are
strong enough -to hold the soil and
constructed tf materials that will
resist the frequent watering that
such gardens -require.
- "Woods tich as cypress,: red-;
wood or white pine are suggested.
Boxes' should also provide for a a-dequate.
dequate. a-dequate. drainage with holes bor-

ed in the bottom across the front,
-.-si:-- !m,
In' sunny locations, HWcn as Hhe
south nde or the- unshaded "east
op west sides of a- house, you can
expect good -results with flowering
annuals. In shady or -north' expo-

-sures foliage plants such as cala-

diums and coieus and iiowers sucn
as pansiest violas, forget-me-nOts
and dwarf petunias are suggested.
- .Start with goods oil and water

frequently. Use top quality plants
or plant the best seed. ,- i

. Late-blooming .plants to fill.in
or change, the color, laten in. the
season-can be' started 'now .from

seed in flats: They, will be ready

to transplant later.

Check to make sure a boxed

carden is securely supported by

brackets or clamps'. And place it

so that-ram wont drip directly

off the roof onto the plants,

These elevated gardens can
serve many purposes.- My own

increased use of window boxes
stems, from a desire to put at

least some flowers safely out of
the reach of rabbits and the vig

orous army of small children
who nuneuvet around the hack

yard in the summer.

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vaide

ires

The woman who fishes for com

tiliments on her appearance makes

herself less attractive in the eyes

of her friends..

To call attention to herself in a

reverse sort of way .by saying:
"Oh. I'm getting so fat or "My

hair is such a mess, I just don't

know what to do with it," is to

invite silence or sometimes even
agreement. fj.:.,
Every last one of us has some something
thing something we'd like to change: We think
we're too tall or too short, too fat
or too (bin. We don't like our ank ankles
les ankles or our eyes or our hair.
But in these days of really won wonderful
derful wonderful beauty aids, we don't need
to complain. We can do something
about it '
In any case, we should never can
attention to a defect In the secret
hope that someone will say:
"You're not fat at all" or ''Your

hair is beautiful.''

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A reporter's reporter Is Ruth Cowan. Naab, shewn in the mUet
of her duties new: GOP public relation consultant She

covered crime and war during more than : quarter centwy
with wire service. ". ., :

By ALICIA HART
WASHINGTON (NEA) -If the

GOP thinks it's getting a frilly,
giggling dame as its new public
relations consultant, it's in for

some surprises.

Kuth Cowan Nash, who was aD-

pointed to the post to take on some

of the duties recently dropped by

Mrs. Anne wehaton, newly ap

pointed assistant White House

press secretary, is a reporter s re

porter.

in her 27 years working for a

wire service. Mrs. Nash proved

that she was as tough as they come

and that she could cover any sto story
ry story a man 'could cover. She made

a name lor herself in Chicago cov

ering crime stories during the Al

tapone era and was the first worn'
an -accredited as a war correspon

dent in Europe during World War

11.

WORLD WAR II FRIENDS r

member her as the woman who
demonstrated "How to Stay a
Bleach-Head on a Beach Head."

She 'carried 12 bottles of bleach

with' her overseas and kept her

tresses shiny throughout the war.

Reporters at the Pentagon, af

ter the war, remember her as a

charming lady and a top reporter.

One old Washington hand says:
"Ruth never used her feminini-

' aMte wk pretests eteaa brats candlesticks. Old-fashioned tarnish remover of lemon and salt

till works en ee-pper Measus. .Modern pieces like kettle can be protected with lacquer.

By KAY SHERWOOD

THERE are two Important beau- BRIGHT as the July sun. brats

ty "musts" in skin care. land copper are riding high on tMe

in urn u uiai a woman, "i-icrescji tne popular accent on me

ways should use fresh poweder pufs uls for today's "interiors. Indoors

towels and washcloths. Tne see-rand outdoors, from tinv utnii

ond is that she should always sp-ko frames or furniture, the gold-

olr make-up to a clean face, nev

er over stale make-up.

The importance ot clean pow

der puffs cannot be overempha overemphasized.
sized. overemphasized. Women who are otherwise
completely fastidious seem to

think nothing of whipping out s
grubby puff in a restaurant and
srrubbinz on powder with it

Thev. are. Of course, only rubbing

dirt into their pores, inviting

blackheads, pimples and muddy
sk'i.

If rou find tt difficult to' re

member to buy news puffs, keep

box of cotton balls bandy, and

toss each one out after a single
use.vPuuing snore make-up ever
stale- make-up caa result -is eoly

one thins: more akin troubles.

Alwavs remove all make-up, ev-U
t .:t- v -1 M L I

rouge, powaer ana upsaca.

colored metals shine.

One of the most widely spoiled

is a lacquer finish, used for every-

! thins from lamps snd ice buckets

Remember, the sun dries out i to andiroas and candlesticks.

your ka.r '(and perhaps bleaches r Factory applied lacquers are
it) during the' summer. Because asuaUy baked on. But there are
you perspire more in the summer air-dried lacquers that the home-l

months, your hair collects cut max er nerteii can apply to an-

Vri:.'. is S. i3 :

more readilv,

For both reasons, sive your hair

more brash in u and mere sham

poo during the summer months.
Make the brushings really vigor vigorous,
ous, vigorous, sweeping the brush from scalp
t3 the ends of the hair, then brusa-

ing it into piece to polish it

sion. They are good on pieces

wnicn v are handled frequently.
These include mailboxes, hard
ware, small appliances:

Both plastic and enamel coat

ings give long lasting protection

ana snouia re appuea by a com

mercial finisher.

Pieces with a protective finish
should be dusted with a soft

cloth or wiped with damp cloth.

To remove stains or spilled food.

wasn in sosp and water. Any a-

brasive cleaner should be avoid-

ea. ix xne finish is scratched or

damaged, it will have to-be remov removed
ed removed and reapplied. v

Looking utensils won t have a

protective finish because they
come in contact with hieh beat or

direct flame. One new copper tea
kettle is available with or without

a finish, depending on whether you

use it for cooking or Just for decor

ation.-

Some hememakers prefer a

hand rubbed sheen to enhance
the unique quality of a prized heir heirloom
loom heirloom or an antique. It's better
and easier to polish unprotected
pieces frequently than to wait un

til heavy tarnish or discoloration

forms.

There are several specially for

mulated cleaners in liquid, cream.

paste and nowder form. Grand-

have protective coatings.. These mother's old time method of us-

sir-dried lacquers caa be found inr a -cut lemon sprinkled with

in pressurized cans with fingertip salt,, or a vinegar, flour and saitjtached to. clothing, especially the

Sometimes they shine with the
high gloss of modern pieces.

sometimes with the soft sheen of,

antiques. But shine they must

Keeping the cloud of tarnish

Sway is a problem that has oc

cupied the talents of scientists,

manufacturers and nomemakers

Modern pieces of copper and

brass usually arrive in the home

with a colorless protective coat-1

iflg.

This ean he one of three tea

eral types, according to the Cop-i
per and Brass Research Associa

tion, understanding the differ

ence gives us a clue to the care

such pieces will need. :

tiques or older pieces which don't

skin oils from working on the

metal under the wax coating.
Waxing will also prolong the life

of, most outdoor lacquers.
J4omemaliinQ

Fresh, crisp curtains give a home
the same lift that green grass and
leaves on trees Rive the 'lawn.

New curtains with- ttacron and

other miracle fibers make laund

ering simple. Most can now be aud

sed, rinsed and hunt at the wind

ows w cry,

-Nylon, taffeta slips need a stiff

st a renin' to keeo them in Khine

Follow .washing, with a dip in

starcn or gelatin. Hang garment

up anpnng wet and do not wring.
Nylon abosrobs very Utile in wa water
ter water solution, therefore the siffen siffen-ing
ing siffen-ing actually clings to. the fabric
surface, . v ,
Something to look for on the
summer dress rsck in stores: cot cottons
tons cottons with a nylon finish. JThis is
possible throuih a solution deriv

ed from nylon Cake. The results

are a silkier finish, more strength

ana pecier wruuue recovery.

Being a label reader may save

you ntiny neaaacnes. Those at

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCI

MRS. W. is working to help her

ausoand pay for their' home.

Recently she asked her 10-year

old son to turn down the volume

on the TV. He said, "Make me

sne said, "Don t talk to me so
fresh." He retorted,'. "Why shouldn't
I? You're nothing but a cashier

in a restaurant."'
She writes, "I gave him a good
licking. But it hasn't changed any anything.
thing. anything. He's still as fresh as he can
be to me ..."
He disapproves of you, Mrs. W.
Why does this trouble you? Why,
when he gave you his low opinion
of your job, did you shove it a a-way
way a-way so violently by spanking him?
Do you yourself doubt its value.

Do you have a sneaky feeling that

you're cheating your children by
working in this restaurant instead

of at home?
I think so.

r Ji we leei strong approval of a
decision to work outside our home,

we dont need children t approval.
Attacked as you've been, we d sim

ply say, "When you want to tell
me why you hate my job so

much let me' know snd we'll try

to straighten it out. In the mean

time, please switch off the TV or

turn down that volume.
'But if we're struggling with se secret
cret secret doubt of our job's value, a

child's disparagement of it is more

than we can stand. We'll shove

it away with blows or furious

words.

We want the bout left secret

We've made the bard decision to
work as a restaurant cashier and

don't want to reconsider our own
gnawing doubts of its wisdom.

It's terribly relieving to con-.

fees them to ourselves.

In your case. Mrs. W.. it may

be relieving to also confess them
to your son. For example, yns

might say, Tve been thinking of

how you despise my work. I'm

makes him "fresh" and impudent
It's his demand for honesty be

tween us.

as

ft T.

JJot 2)atisz
,IJ
By ALICIA HART ;
f)i4-ir'V
MOST of us like to save our Si-"'
tic perfumes for the cooler months"
and stick to the light fragraneetof
cologne during summer. S'.t.-

, !$(..
ty to get a story, hut she sot the

beat .on us many times.."

The. new. public relations con-
sultant "married" into the, GOTTT
Strictly nonpartisan during .her

years as a reporter, she became"
a Republican' last June whea-ska i
retired to wed Deputy. Under;

secretary of Commerce Bradley
Nasn- . ', i .' ;.t1.W.;."
Although reared in.thn
usually Democratic state of Texas, ;
Mrs. Nash says she has never re- -gistered
to vote in any state 'and,,
has never claimed any political'
affiliation. And since her marriage-;!
she says, "there just isn't room for ?
two schools of thdught on polities-v
in one family."
Bom in Salt Lake, City, UftlC-she-Jatqr
lived tol Homestead, FW
She attended the University of
Texas, graduating as a political
science major. Her journalistic
ambitions were born ithe day h
found out reporters got free past
eg to the movie. 'Shc 'ifa'fnrmM

president of the WomerW National
Press Club.
The Nasbej'1nV4endvsted i

old whitfr -far mhouser o t a' hi l i ( op,-c;
at Harpers' Ferry,1,. Va She is.
talented 'cook and; njqys .-pr
ing special dishes, but like r. .. jr
housewives, hates washing the osh'
es. This job she leaves to her noC

litoco husband. '- ,., .,
V i i i n :

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i ' - m

i
.':

Bet weather eelorne east saako """Z

rvea a sticky day pleaaaiit If
yen splash It eej Uvtekly. Tkhf r 1
rirt chooaea a seeat called '

santaaer wpiee and keeps the-"-"
We tn hr refrigenUee' f es "

To get the. most front the cev

not certain it s itonortant mrselt fccne you use. match it in sceat

I want to help Daddjvpay for thislto your ousting powaer and soip.

control for comparatively easy ap

plication. .
' Baked a enamel eeatiags, trans

parent and lacquer like, are us-'

bi tttt fnr mlure firdreer.
,.;e v : toxfs b porclw-

Finish off your shampoos with ed ea vtWKs vhkh will be sub-

I. i 1 j . .

jui icw urvps t un cwviDe.jrcifa i Bign ncai, sues as cvp-

m the last rinse water for a re- ner -finished stoves and evens.

freshing, delightful seent. And
milr your summer hairdo arFlatic finishes (v'mvl.- silicw,

paste, is still sa approved way to synthetics, give you pretested

remove larnisn. i cleaning metnods. ignoring isua-

A good way to give unlacquered dering advice mens your dress,
pieces except cooking Utensils ;iktrt or blouse may not look as
temporary tarnish protection is to Bice as It could when properly
- j n-... w il j .... ...... f r

KK1 evil vt wsa. riitv-t7uc,nouicu.

Door or automobile wax can be

ased

Clesn the carper or brass th

nrV fMe Oat jen caa handle: acrylic or epnxy bated) are ued uiMy firt Then don gloves

Storin? candles for summer Is

an adventure. A bouxewife never
knows hat shell find when she

to corrit abrasive wear or ero- fare a;plj j:g the wax to prevent digs thens out again, Ta

keep

house but stayinraPhome with
you may be much ntae important
Why do you think nis?
IVt silly to pose as a-perfectly
certain person to a child when

we a real. The pose gives us a

Probably you d want a hi at Lor

al tuena. Alter your hath or anew.

lee, a dusting with the powder and

the scent ot icy cologne can heip

you to way fresh lor Hours.

Make room in the reinsert tor

don't toucb-me, unnatural stiff-. lor your summer eologue and

ness mat seals eur real oouDtrui
self away from him. It's this that

splash A at wrists, eibus J

aeck for a COoung euect. '
tse it at .nignt, juit before
go to sleep, too. 6ome womeu m
u spray toe bedroom wan u. t .
even a dash of cold floral icrs

candles from sticking together.

try waxed paper. Roll each can-

le in tlw tuner. This alto ihould

help them retain their shape" your arms win oe a B:p

since the paper keeps them fromisvnauig you oa is aieep ea a

ruonini together, mghU



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Point Four Provides Swiss-Trained Technician rAs.Sl
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Panama Mis dm
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Code Of Laws

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ByELZABETH;SEIFERT 1

i THE STORY: Many people Dr. Uarde biteiton
I has met in Bayard, Mb., believe that Dr. Kurt Lil Lil-I
I Lil-I lard is innocent of the murder for which he was con con--
- con-- victed. Garde is replacing Kurt at the clinic in Bay-
ard and he is finding Kurt's shoes hard to fill.

,-, VII
RENEWING his pleasure in the
hjhe that was temporarily his,
. hfrsturned in at his own steps,
' went up them and into the house.
.Hi mother called' an answer to
' bis greeting, and he went up the
stairs, three at a time, before
sntfd see his jacket and make a

T He heard the doorbell and then

thSOUnQ 01 niS Hiuuici a
In greeting. Vistors. He slipped

into a dark blue jacket, smoothed
his hair before the shaving mir mir--
- mir-- rot on his chest of drawers and
vent down.
Jarde went to her, put his
hand on her shoulder even as his
rhprkpd on their visitors.

T.,n vnunff women and a white

haired man in a clerical collar,
; their next-door neighbors his moth

er sa"- cu 1
"And this is my son, Dr. Shel Shel-ton,"
ton," Shel-ton," she gasped, her face pink
with excitement.
But eventually their guests sat
and his mother selected a

chair too big and too high, so
that her feet dangled helplessly.
Smilinp fiarde pushed a needle

point stool under them.
His mother was chattering like

at nesting time 60

Garde could lean back and study
those same girls at close hand.
He'd said, on that first day, and
to himself; that he'd like to know
just such girls. And they lived
right next door, so now. .
Today the blonde, one was wear wearing
ing wearing pale pink, with a white scart
t her throat. The dark girl's
dress was -of red and white stripes,
the skirt full, and her brown arms
bare. Garde still thought they
seemed like extra-nice girls.
And their father, the Key. Mr.
Stanfield, was explaining to Mrs.

Shelton what he waa then doing
"But I can't seem to stay retired

The church here has a young rec

tor, now, and with me available,
, the bishop is alwaya sending him
s off and away somewhere, with me
tiling in."
..- Then the rector asked the u u-tual
tual u-tual polite things about their com comfort
fort comfort in the strange house. "We
called to see if we could help in
any way. I've told the girls to
be neighborly.
"I hope they are obedient daugh daughters,"
ters," daughters," said Garde gravely and
Was rewarded with a flash from
blue eye and brown.

FOR the next five minutes the
conversation became general, a a-bout
bout a-bout the river, the town, the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, and when Beth returned, and,
Garde had handed around the tea teacups,
cups, teacups, Mr. Standfield mentioned Dr.
Lillard. My old and dear firend.
I am sure, since you are a pedia pediatrician,
trician, pediatrician, that you know what a fine
mind he had perhaps you even
knew him!"
Garde disclaimed the honor.
"His reputation, of course, is
known to me."
"Yes. He had a stroke, and its
effects nave been most distress

ing. He can't talk, you see. Me u
repeat words after me, but he
ean't seem to think them up for
himself and say them.''
"It happens after strokes. The
term is aphasia.'
Again Garde-was struck by his
Inability to decide what would be
the acceptable comment; hoping
foespme clue, he glanced at the
dawiters and found that they
bofiisat white and still. A bell be be-guUo
guUo be-guUo ring in Garde's memory. .
Wnocked the boy down for
kUZfcg Nan Stanfield. ." Dr.
Ruble had said that. Which one

aTNan? Both eirls looked e

"Don't worry," she murmured,
"Valley is used to it. And I find
her shadow refreshing."
"Not too obscuring a shadow,
is it?' he asked. "You look like

a person who keeps busy."

"Oh, I am. I do. And some of it

is worth while. ... I serve as

secretary for the church; that's a

part time job, of course, but I
keep the records, mimeograph the

weekljr bulletins, serve as general
contact for the church and. its ac ac-tivites
tivites ac-tivites I even have a desk at the

pansn oouse. And a salary, u s
tiny, but regular," She smiled.
VIII
THAT same evening it aDDear-

ed that he would be busv. For he

had scarcely gone inside again

ne Had not, yet sat down when
the phone rang sharply. "G o o d-

ness, be exclaimed," "I didn't

even know we had one."

His mother was hurring down

the hall, and he followed at a
more leisurely pace. She picked
up the phone and spoke into it
breathlessly. "Hello?"

He must tell her how to answer
for him, how to take messages,
and tell her not to give medical
advice, herself.
"Oh, yes," she was saying,
"he's here. Just a minute. . ."
Her face pink, she turned to
Garde. "Its a xall already!" she

said in a loud whisper.
He took the Dhone. "Dr: She!

ton here," he said in a firm, clear

voice.
"Sir, this is the operator at the
clinic. A child has been hurt

down at the club. Since vou live

near, would you want eo i?o

there."

"Why, yes. I'l go right away."
His pati. nt proved to be a little
girl, with a long, uelv cut a 1 o n i?

her throat under her chin. She

had lost a lot of blood and now
Uy limp and white aginst her
mother's denim jacket.
She was an enchanting little
thing, with a mass of bright curly
hair, brown satin limbs, long
lashes. ."
"Tell me what happened," said
Garde, his voice rasping. He

giancea at the white-coated serv
ant.- "Could I have a basin of wa
ter? 'Towels? Soap?"

"Yei, sir!" said the attendant
called -Sparks and took off at
what was a brisk pace for him.
Garde", knelt to cpf a

look- at tfee cut, then, putting his

tuigerupsvupon the child's throat,
he askedy the mother if she
thought they could lift Linda e e-nough
nough e-nough to pu$ her flat upon the ta table.
ble. table. Not waiting for a reply, this
move was effected. "Stand out of
my light," said the new doctor,
his whole attention upon the little
girl; the fingersXof his right hand

were upon her pulse. "What's her
name"
"Linda. She cut erself on her
bottle. She ran down the beach
with it stumbled and the bot bottle
tle bottle broke. ..."
It had barely missed the jugu jugular,
lar, jugular, too, that edge of. broken

glass.

NOW others standipg about

took up the story; they were all

dressed in picnic clothes, jeans
and denims; all were young peo people.
ple. people. They'd hac this beach pic

nic; Linda bad -gone off for her

bottle; she was getting ashamed
of still drinking from one. But

they way she came back! Bleed

ing, screaming, scared to- death.
The doctor heard- them, but his

first attention still was upon the

work at hand. Afterward these

onlookers told how intent he was,

and swift.

"It looked as if he never moved

his hand from that cut holding

it together but somehow he got

his bag open and some instru

ments out. He put on some

bright, clamp-looking things that

took the place of his fingers.

Then he was washing that kid

throat with plain old soap and

water and he had a little bottle.

like, with a needle and thread

Oh, no! Not a regular sewing
needle- And he was sewing up

the cut. First he- sponged some

thing on it that I imagine dead

ened the pain. Don't you remem

ber? Yes! And then he sewecr it,

He stood there steady as a rock,

bent over her and taking care of

her."

"You came close to losing your

child tonight, he said brusquely

to the mother.

She gasped. "Oh, I know, doc doctor!
tor! doctor! And I am so grateful to

you!" i

"My job," said Garde, turning

back the child's eyelid.
"Yes, but to have yon close
nough

He listened, straightened, took
off the instrument and looped it
into his bag. "Linda is four, isn't

she? Thats much too old to be
using a nursing bottle still. Had

you properly trained her to drink
from a cup when she was a year

old, all this would not have oc

curred. Certainly you should not

have allowed her to run about
with anything so lethal as a glass

bottle i'i her hands." Linda be began
gan began to stir, and his big hand
soothed her.
He knew that around him these
people were exchanging glances;
there was even a soft murmur of
words.
"Dr. Shelton," asked Linda's

mother); she was a very striking-

looking woman, tall and slender,
with high cheek bones and a iHg
mouth. Huge eyes. "Are yoikmaS

ried?

He laughed. "No. I'm not."

"Well," said Linda's mother,
"maybe you- should be. Maybe

then you'd understand a parent's

problems better.'

By OLIVE BROOKS

Whether it's a housewife seeding

aavice on ner property tights, or
a husband who comes to inquire
if he can be forced to pay t h e
debts sne runs- up the shelves
of legal codes lining; the walls of
a lawyer's office look like heavy

reading indeed. v

But oe it housewife, husband or

oldster di awing up his will, f all
feel reasonably luckv that thev

don't have to spend time on those
"musty tomes'V to get the- help:
they neea. -

But without such codes, it mav

oe nara 10 learn tne law on any

SUOjeCt. ...
This may mildly annoy- t h;

layman with Itgal problem'.

But it is a far more serious

matter for legislator who asks
"What's the law on it now?''

whin he want to enact another.

To find out he needs a complete

up-to-date compilation and index

Thus the public comes to realize

that on these coces and the liv

ing law that they represent rest

all the foundations for civic order

and economic well-being.

vit Is conceded that the high em'

DhasiS'-Dut bv western civilizations

t v. .. . ..

on icgai exactitude ana "due-pro
cess" has been a determining fac

tor in creating it climate of free

dom ano its rapid gams in econo

mi betterment.

Up to now, Panama has had

no codification of her laws. And

it is interesting that no othw

Latin American nation has such

an official codification.

THE next day, Garde went
the clinic,, ready to work on

regular schedule. That day was

followed by another and another.

Garde was reluctant to talk to

Beth about bis associates, not at

all about his patients and very lit

tle about the other doctors and peo

ple connected with the clinic.

Beth filled this vacuum with

talk of her own experiences..

She must, he thought watch

the Stanfields constantly. Judging

from the detailed reports on them
which she was able to furnish

Garde.

"Mother, don't intrude on

them."

"I dont, Garde. But I can't help

seeing mem.

(TO Bt CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

Uruguay Govt Claims Proof
Of Peroris Revolution Plan

MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay. June,

29 (UP) Th Cnv.rnmoni an.

qu5y stricken at what must havejnounced it had seized documen-

beOTthe memories stirred ny tary proo thit ousted Argentine
thejs, father's talk. If the dark one Dictator Juan D. Peron was orga-weo-
Nan, she was much too nizing new Argentine revolution,
young foT such grief as would The Government said 15 of his

he-been hers. . ; supporters in Uruguay have been

mPhy," cried his mother, lean- interned.
Inrtoward the dark girl who, The said the documents show-

thcr must -be Nan," "you are the ed Peron, operating from Cara-

xirYwho. ." cas, Venezuela, is building up a

Carde set down his Haviland new organization both inside and

t,u.n but the older sister was outside Argentina with which to

IrSSdy diverting attention to verthrow th? present government.

heslf. 'And L" she was saying

Peren hat suggested that erms
might e smuggled into South
Anwrica from Germ any. for his
revolution, the documents shewed.

inssilkT voice as silky as a

slender, white steel knife "I
- waahe snake in the grass! Don't
. telL-sne that you don't recognize
mSurelv vou have a TV set?'

Carde relaied. That one could I The Federjl Government coun

taecare nerscu ana p. "'cu ordered the 15 Peronist exiles

lar-iT. eauiui, serene, ""i-iMrened in the Uruguayan inte

wws.- Irior after Interior Minister Hector
t?" TV., the blonde young iGriuert d Cnief Polic,
os4n was drawling Bayard iAlbert Hw-0 .ubmitted the seii-

wtwmat M wnet n u u n wrrr document.
'reCwithia food reception distance i
of the city stations." Ordered interned were: Eduar-
.S 1 ido Colom, Jcrgs Rocatagliatta,
CaRDE glanced at his mother j Francisco Capelli, Jorge Presto
wKS was manning to be agitat-jLotmnce, Victor Ferrari Tenapo-

ed, cited and awe siruca. xra.

Br" sne cneo oreauirany,

-VCT. of. course! You're Valley
Sta&fteU! Wednesday nights
PrTfiy For Your Thoughts the

pait-L Of course! wny, to un

'-Tei said Valley StanCeM

eo" r. --
i, I mother, howerer. attached
at 1ral f significance to
th'rt that she was enterliifl enterliifl-lr
lr enterliifl-lr pTTfiaiity. And Valley was
feeing ceiily sweat about her burb-14.

with a "delegated" command In
Uruguay.
The counter revoluaionary gener
al staff was said to include Cot.

D'Onofrio as Chief of Staff; Pres-

te as civilian secretary, and A

ramboure as administrative chief.

Arce, Olmedo, Capelli, Jauret Jauret-che
che Jauret-che (CQ) and Rodriguez, all a a-mong
mong a-mong those ordered interned here,
were listed -as members of the

"coordination staff.

The seized documents showed
that Peron corresponded heavily

with hi henchmen here, partico

larly with Olmedo, Colons, Capel

li, Juretche and Kocatagliatta.
Peron's directives urged his
followers to be "spiritually do
termined" to effect the "social
revolution. Ho spoht of the pos possibility
sibility possibility ef obtaining arms in
Oermany and smuggling then
in as "tools'" and "strap Iron,

Peronisti here were directed to

organize themselves in under

ground "cells" and to prepare to

Launch a civil resistance move movement
ment movement at the proper moment.

The .documents also shewed
that, at the same time. Peron was

erranizini his followers inside Ar

gentina, in the military, economic.

nt. Enrique Olmedo, Andres Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez Marmoleio, Arturo Jan-

rretche. Ernesto D'Onofrio. Hora-I

cm Aramboure, Jose Eduardo ArtQciii and political feids.

ce, rascoai aicous rresie, Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Kusso Perkins, Norbertol

Engelbert and Alfredo Rosales.

They were ordered Interned

Treinta Y Trts, Minas and Duraz-

o departments.
The prized deewmonfs ahewed
tSe general headouarters of the
Peronist counter revet alien to he

located ha Caracas Vanotwela,

His plans, the documents show showed,
ed, showed, included Subverting the Arten Arten-tine
tine Arten-tine Armed Forces: sabotaging the

in economic plaas ef the present gov

ernment te create a mounting m-i
sis; maintaining labor agitation
through strikes snd other means,
and fanning permanent political a a-gitation.
gitation. a-gitation. vntil the time waa ripe
U attempt sua comeback. ...

But the youngest. Western Hem

isnhere republic is engaged in an

unusual law project to create such

code, with the help of the Unit

ed States working through the

Point Four program. It i the on

ly Point Four legal project iff Lat

in America: and it is one of on

ly three coding programs which

Point Four has ..engaged in any

wnere.

The codification of L I b a r 1 a's

laws was recently completed un

der a similar arrangement; and

smaller Point Four project un

derway in Turkey. The need

for a codification cam to the

joint attention of Panama and. the

United States almost by chance.

Other Point Four projects in

Panama relate chiefly to public

health, agriculture or education.

Several years ago, an American!

technician, wanted to sraav tne lo

cal law before-making Suggestions

for a protect in one oi-tnoie

fields. When. he; asked what laws
applied, he was told no compre

hensive code orinoex existed.
"Why not a project to' assem assemble,
ble, assemble, one?'1 he inquired.
: Panama officials said they ould
think of nothing more valuable to
deputies jurists and the legal pro

fession. A contract was signed at

national level under which, the U-

nited States agreed to, provide a

trained technician.
Finding the right man was not
easy.
' There are hundreds of law-code

experts in the .United. States.. Some

are on the staff ox the federal gov

ernment, which requires a t r e-

mendqus volume of coding after
each Coneres sesionj Others are

employed on code-work for one of

the 48 states, or oy private puD puD-liahers
liahers puD-liahers of law books. .-.v.:

But far th Panama obr some someone
one someone was needed who (a) could
read Spanish, and (b) had ; e
working knowledge of lonHnen lonHnen-tal
tal lonHnen-tal European law, which- Is a
far greater source, of Panama'
law than are the legal traditions
of Britain or the United States.

So the U. S. State -Department

sounded out scores of American
universities, ffnally located the
background they sought In an

Austrian-born, naturalized Ameri

can. Dr. Salo Engei was happily
teaching at the University of, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee as a professor of political
science when the State asked for
his loan to Panama.
Hisv naturalization papers were
less than two years old, so at
first he had no great urge to leave
his adopted country for an -unfamiliar
part of the world.. But" the
University was enthusiastic about
the project; and Dr. Engel soon
became so. .-
He had lived tor 14 years In
Switzerland, where he had pre pre-parep
parep pre-parep the last report of the World

Court when it was aft agency of

the United Nations. Besides -specializing
in international law in

Switzerland, he had done a revi-i

sion of the Swiss legal code I or a

private .publisher.

la October 1955, ne reached Pa

nama and was installed ta aa of office
fice office at Panama University, made

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MORE THAN 10,000 INDEX CARDS listing every-Jaw and decree-law "pagsl'-lri! since the Kepubiwas- rormed" 53 years ag9
are on readv reference la the Panama University Classroom loanedto Point Four for, th nwrnos nf ndi

-Salo Engel (standing), .a naturalized iAmerlcan technician, explains to tnemberS tpf, the PMraanent Legisla committee some

01 Mnecompiicaiea-cnecjting ana lecaecmng rcquireo w inqex me measures corxecuy., jAtf ipii, compproyerBOberto Heurte

matte Jistens intently. Behind him are some of lh' law students assisting Dr. Engel,

avaflab'Te by Dr.-,'Narciso" Garay,

dean of thb-Law benooL :

With a law-prof essor assistant,

Di..: Ruben Aresemena.. a, law

yer: Five law students ancTsaveral

secretaries he began to delve into

the 2,600 laws and decree laws

enacted since the Republic was

founded in-1903. "'"'u

(A decree-law incidentally, is a

law promulgated by the Perma-

nent Legislative Cordmitee during

the.tfme the National AsseinDiy is

in ; recess.. If a decree-law is

not repealed v by the' Assembly

within a given time, it goes intd

full and permanent effect.)

The coding staff had also to
assemble data on the more than

7,000 executive decreet of gen

eral importance issued by sue
cetsive presidents, Them like
Presidential Orders In the Unit.,

od States, deal .with the appli

cation or Interpretation of laws
parsed by the legislative branch,
Fortunatclv all of these docu

ments had been Uubllshed at the

time they; were n acted or issued

in Panama' Gaceta Oliciai t uu

ficial Gazette).- But h6 general; inv
dex existed for the Gazette's 200

bulky Volumes. .A fewr special Coir
lections of laws and decree Jaws,

had been compiled, but they were

either up to-date nor indexed.

Hence it was highly difficuU to

find the law on a', certaui.suDjeci,
to learn whether it had been a a-broeated.
broeated. a-broeated. oi amended. And where

its text could be founds t ;

Many oddities cropped up.-- A

expected, there were.-dupbcatlona.

One law, w a 1 c h Assemblymen
wanted to get rid of. had heen

But- tne roini. r our ecumcian

and his staff have had one cause

for graUtude, Panama Jegislators

re not given to me pracuce oi

tacking onto a law a rider relat

ing to ah entirely alien matter.

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DR. NARClSO" GARAY, tflghf, Dean, of thelAwSchobi .at Far discusses some 5
aspects of the odJng worlc; with rnembera of .4he PennAnent Legislative Committee. Those ;

racing wbv. ie to rigni. are Deputies H4r modio Arosemetia gad mpe, Clement, nd tht
President the. Natlcmal Assembly, Manuel Arias, v ?

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with seat b!t er no. e.e

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The U.'Sr Congress often; does this

Panama Deputies hold each law
to its own subject. ; v i
Legal coding is slow,! painstak

ing work. But the staff has now

completed an index of almost 10.

000 cards which represent as mi-

ny -legal texts. The cards also car

ry all necessary data concerning

mese documents. v
. Using the card data1,, i S00-
page Vol.. I of Legislation Pane Pane-mena
mena Pane-mena (Panamanian Legislation)
has been prepared and is .due
for publication, within this month..
Besides an analytical and chro chronological
nological chronological index of all legislative
actions, ia the Republic's 53 year
history, it includes the judicial de decisions
cisions decisions rendered since 1941 on the
constitutionality of the laws.
This volume is expected to be
of great aid to practicing attor attorneys
neys attorneys and to businessmen as well
as to government personnel.
- Several more years' will be re

quired to. complete, the project,
Vol. II will be a final index of
laws in force, including executive

decrees; and .the final Index will
serve as a basis for publishing an'
up-to-date edition of the texts of!

important laws. . ..

Already' the files f the project

havfc supplied valuable reference
material .to lawmakers, jurists
and Panama government agencies.
'Looking ahead to th time when
the Point Four code project is fin finished,
ished, finished, plans have been made' to
create within the Panama govern government
ment government a legislative reference serv service
ice service which will take over the fu future
ture future of indexing and coding new
laws as enacted. -" T
The idea Is for such reference j
service to provide specific legal

data to assist government branch branches
es branches and officials.. -.
The actual work ef coding has
net only proved Interesting for.
the. staff at Me provided' an'
vnvswel eppertmnity for a study
ef cemparetive laws end politi.

al etreefwree -.
Panama's government and bodvj
of law under Its present (1 1 4 )
constitution, bas much in comnfon
with the United States, but ; also
striking- differences. . j
- Both foveramenes are repeblies!
snd dereecracin, whose coastite-,
bons place heavy emphasis, on ci civil
vil civil rights. Both haven-three' separ separate
ate separate branch Oie legislative, exe-i
cutive and the Judiciary.
Beth have P re u dents elected
for a specific term sad for both
countries the President, not a' pre premier,
mier, premier, is the chief executive re-'i
sponsible for guiding the country.
Lawmakers are cbosea in popular
elections. There much much f j
the similaritv ends. For the Unit

ed States-had both aa upper and

lower ba-te ef lawmakers, while

Panama has only one, -"unics
mersr" rational sssniv. i1

Moreover Panama like m est

nstions ii i m c!!H 'units-

rv" ete'e, wti t Vn-1H State

eratedatated composed of a num-;

Der ror individual states. v
Panama's nine- provinces .- t e
chiefly- Administrative 1 areas,' hot
political entities 'vested, with; -certain
rights. r--t(y-k.-i,;
"Thus, excent for .mnnicinat.or--

dinances. enacted by individual jtfri

ty. governments, the- Assembly vis

Panama's Only law-making-entity;

while in the United States there

is -a great body of State law e-

nacted by 48 different legislatures.
Each form"of governnfientunt-

tary or federated as its' assets

when applied by the peoples who

support 1t: "'.

Among the. larger nations, -the

United Stater aniJ'Bujisla" are the

omy zeaerated states.-rjn Latin A A-merica;
merica; A-merica; most, RepublicsNire uni-
tary ; .hutseveral4 iiricludin'lex
lco.nd -Brazil; are federatedNln -Europe,
ionly' two ..countries, Swit
Zetland and 'West Germany,, are
Composed of 'federated states.
I Is too soon to predict what
effect Panama's' up-to-date codi.
fication of" her laws might have
in stimulating similar moves in
other Latin American lands. But
some legal mindv predict that
,.tho. coding project may servit aS )
a pattern for similar moves in f
both -Central and.5outh' Amerl.

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Color
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att, wboi
birthday la -celt
bratal through throughout
out throughout th Unitd
3tat. w b
mad to appear
amid thls maze

of Uoeii Simply
apply erayona or
colored ptnclla ia
accordance with
the latter In each
aegmant Huea in-
dlcatad ar these:
y Yellow; B
Blue; a-Orea:
- V Violet; B
Red; P Pink. If
Pink la not avail-
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lightly. ;
' QUESTION
yrr u m n ia a
. VV. red, white
or blue French
poodle moat like--ly
to anter a

oom.r-'. ;

da ei mop kin

by a

f ET9 aar thU eonveraaUon waa overheard

L friend traveling on a bue: ' J

Mlaa Al It waa the day before yeatarday that wa
' went to the halrdreeaar'a, waan't ltt
) Mlaa Bt No the day before that.
Mica At JChaf a right It waa Saturday, of course.
, Mlaa Bt No, It waan't Saturday.
"Mlaa At Yon'ra right! It wasn't Saturday. But
, rm nertala It waan't Friday, beoauaa wa nearly
alwaya ga on Friday, and tola tlma wa didn't.
Mlaa Bt Thafa right. But Pnt going tomorrow.
. Mlaa At IfU be Crowded. Ifa a holiday, i
7 Mlaa Bt But It lan't a hoUday. Xhuraday'a the
: Fourth of July.
' i., Mlaa Al Why, of eouraa It to. How could 1 for forgot
got forgot ltt rm glad tt lan't a holiday today hate a
lot of ahopplng to do. Goth, but rm tired. Wlah
', to Morrow waa Sunday;
Can' you deduce on what day of the waejt thla
coti variation took placet A calendar of the approxl approxl-'
' approxl-' mate period Involved la ahowa above.
VtvoHf a ao eMid ot iwitT
THREE-WAY CHECK UP

. VTTH Independence Day at
W hand lt'a a good tlma to play
one t Amerioa'a favorite patrl patrl-otlo
otlo patrl-otlo tunea.. Teu tan play It on
piano or accordion simply by toK
lowinr thaaa directional Fold thla

page and place it above tha corraspondlng kaya on
the keyboard. Then eound notea IndioaUd. Practice
makaa perfect, of couree.
liy Ooum try Tia 0 ra;
' 0 0 D -' -B O O
MmomX Land of U f af ty,
B B F B D O
of rhaa 1 Bingt

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This Keeps You Guessing Helping Yminelf

NATURALLY lt'a hard to raoognlxa (ha key words
of tha dlagraaa below.. Bach ia only two-fifths
, of lta former aelf leturwiae, that is. lou are aakad

to restore tha missing letters as followat
To begin, copy each of the lettera now
in the 'empty spaces, directly beneath It

ample. In tha dia-

In eight
For ex-

gram at rignt,
place B3 in. the
three blank be beneath
neath beneath It, eta.
Then, using m
aystem of trial
and error, insert
additional lettera
that will serve W
make ahortat
wordi la tha law
ar diagram. Trial
lettera must ftma
tlo ia aa antira
Tertlcal row. K i

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RISP RMPORTB on eaZaat t

ooM a aitteraal .to Aoma

eraftnnt. hobbytat$ ant eoBaa eoBaa-fore.
fore. eoBaa-fore. Salaolad ay Clark KdwuMraV
AdveatoM la Good Eating

Lodging tor a; Night, published
-by -Duncan Itlnea Institute) $1.50
each. The 195? editions of these
annuals retain, tha merits respon- -eibia
for their having established
themselves aa muat guldea for
thousands of American motorists.
Tha World! Fighting Planes.
by William Green A Gerald. Pol- -linger
H n over House. 240
pages! S3.50)AkJana'Flghtiat ;
Bhlpa of tha Air," it haa photos,
recognition silhouettes and com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive data on all military
aircraft (laclUdlhg helicopters)
now In uaa la tha Si cotmtriea

letter' la eorreOt, ,otM
' it win aerva to Famou Fighters of the Second
aiaka a word la World War, by William Green
a a oh horizontal (Hanover Bouaa, 12 pages:
row la Whlel It $8.95). Gone with the wind are
appear, most of toe fighting planes of
th. tlo Thunderbctt. Maaaarechmldt. Splt Splt-.
. Splt-. Hmr3. hnt it i in. nra, Bare, and tourteaa other

to note uauLwa tMm

rw oorrocia numni m iwyuuw
fallacies about them, and his
book la a prima Item for collec collectors
tors collectors of aircraft lore.

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ahaokmg tt, .thia
laamagtoaquare.
That la, all verti vertical
cal vertical and horizon horizontal
tal horizontal and the two
diagonal rows of
five boxes total
the aama 45.
Ia thla eaaa tha
figure, 18 la 111
tha center box.
Another maglo
equate can be
constructed from

the flguraa 1 through 85 with tha figure 1 la the
center boa. When complete, all vertical and hort hort-ontal
ontal hort-ontal rows and tha two diagonal rows running
through tha center muat have tha. aama total as in

the amove square that is,oo. uaa you ueviso m

Bold That Line!
.

BLANK METHOD OF FIGURING

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Itl'Ht Xe-ao moMoq it 'n
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Insert Plus and Mintu Signs

two plua and two mlnua algna In tha row
of flguraa below ao that tha total given la corrects
SflfliSX laaUl
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ROCK AND ROLL UNDER GLASS

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CAN you duplicate tha figure
above with one, contlnuoua
motion of your pehcUT Lat'a
see, Thaaa are tha rulesi :
X. Urn ara not to be oroasod.
X lihea ar not to be retraced,
t. Oaraara enay touch.
A, Tatt may Ugla anywhere. v
A BohiUoft la ahiwa alaewhere.

te resting

how many small smaller
er smaller words are con contained
tained contained therein.

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A Word-Bird Test Enough to Make You Pie-Eyed

MAMS the birds to which cluea

1

at thla

are given m tne rouowmg

phruea:
X. A-gay tuna,
f, A lifter at heavy welghta.
. : 8. On thing that doea not
. ntaka a drink.
4.' What traina run on.
8. What tha cowardly do In
- 'danger.
. What boya Ilka to fly.
7. A rellgloaa dlgnltaiy.
. 8. One who grnmbiea.

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Thla

figure, rlghV
for half a minute,
and see if lta i
lines do not aeem

to dance and shimmer before your vary eyes.

ia a clever optical Illusion, of oouMa.
After you have atUdied tha figure carefully for a
minute or two, aea If you can aaawer tha following
QueaUonai :
i. Art all horixontal tines parallel T
8. How many small alaatlag lines doea the figure
contain T ; .'
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ONE way to create a atir at your next party ia to
auggest a rock and roll exhibition. Then sur surprise
prise surprise guests with this one.
Materials: a pane of window glass, several blocks
af wood, tissue paper and a silk hanky.
Cut daneera from-tissue -paper. Place fl gores
under pane and rub briskly (not too hard, of course)

to make them leap ana aance.

HOLD THAT LINK! SOLUTION

Thla le la
o a e possible
method of
aovlag the
poaar.'Tou
may have se selected
lected selected another.

P SQUVB tAte wits (Mter, fro fro-osed
osed fro-osed aa to a crossword pus pus-el,
el, pus-el, using Mumbera instead a
Isttsrs for thl onswtrs. Insert a
singls digit Hi aeh sqmr: Ttis
trie it f f emawers that wiU
function across and down.
ACROSS
1. Number of stare la Ursa
Major! tha Dipper.
J. Safety Reminder: Don't hit
t If you want to reach
I. A team played 65 games and
won 41 more than they lost How"

many were wont
0. Big Ben'a biggest boom.
8. Absent minded husband:
- who opena the car door
his wife when there's nobody
there aee him do it!
7. Fortitude and forbearance.
9. Earth'a aurf ace la fourth
land and f ourtha water.
10. Two generations (roughly
speaking).
11. A maa buys a ear for
$1,000, aella It fo $1,095, and
buys U back tor $1,044. How
muoh does he make aa tha trans transactions
actions transactions t i
12. How many aingle couples
la tha world f
DOWN
1. MlnoUur, tha bull man, de devoured
voured devoured a tribute ofi youths and
maidens.
2. Complete 61 to make it a
palindrome of figures.
8. Match these numbers 1, 11,
a with tha following! basket,
golf, pigskin. i
4. Tha Queen city ia tha popn-
lar name for a city whose epeS
tag contains fa, o'a, n'a.
6. A wife spends $219 par week.
If lt'a true that a mah'a Income
. la 88 of what his wife spends,
what' is this husband's Income
weekly t
a. At what hour A. M. ia the
average' person at hla lowest
point of activity T
, S. -Found In "Off our balance."
' 11. Golden wedding.
RIDDLES TO PONDER
Why la a nudlat eamp auch a
dull placet
ejeiQ ao eeoS ttnoM
-How doea tha ocean show its
affection for land T

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AT XXAST SO errors ara inoor-.
porated Into the drawing
above to test your powers of ob observation.
servation. observation. Roe If you can list as
many aa 15 of theea ea a sheet
of pap-
Time Emit far thla teat Is three
mlnutsa. Tbea let aomeoaa else
try;.
nneea correct answers la talri
1$ la good; 20 ia excenent.

Thoea wha hare erayona handy
may wish to color tha scene later.
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By tuonts Shefsr
HORIZONTAL
'1What Judas poasessed (John
4-Name by which Abraham waa
first called Oon. 17:5)
9 What was Ep&raim to reeelvet
Hoa 10:6)
14- Grape.
1J Babble.
jaAbalam'B Bister (2 Sam. 13:1 )
17 A what pUee did the fire of
the Lord burnt (Num. 114)
1 Bound.
Jl Negativa.
21 Check.
JJ Dispatehed.
34 Conaumm atlon.'
2S Motionless.
27 Male of rod deer.
3 Wtnr.
t9-pda
toGreek lettetv
1 Wide-mouUiod Jan.
15 House wine..

14 6eed covonnga.
34 Serfs.
IS Tritk.

40 Mohammedan

41 Fine cotton cloth.
4 rroach Srticlo.
44 Pure whisper.
44 Wbet do w srwad "M a tola
that Is toldl (Pa 0J)
44 Annex.
a Decimal antta
ai rrra, .:. z
5 Boet :
44 Oheerred.--S
Muajcal air.
57 Tbo crw Jerusalem was pre prepared
pared prepared aa wboaat tftsv. 21 J)
SI iior.
M Titios of oddrees.
40 God of war.
41 rmbsl for sflvoC.
41 Air; rr.k. form.

44 6uf of exnlement .

ia places from which

the king of Ayrie brought

live in Samaria a kj.

orlaear

ag His rod became a serpent (Xx.

7:10)
70 Compete point (abbrJ
. 71 Cut down.
72 Employed for service.
72 Obtain.
VERTICAL;

' I Extent

2 One of the

men to Uv

17:24)
8 Angel sent by God to Ulk
with Mary In Galilee (Luke
"'.1:26)
4 Month of showera
5 Outer husk of grain
4 College cheer.
7 Near.
8 Euphony.
Let It stand.
10 Held title to.
11 Exist
12 Pood for the children ot Israel
(Ex. 14:25)
IS Gosw away. t,
18 Congera
20 To end in.
23 Paul'a other name (Acts 12.-9)
24 Dash.
25 The queen ot thla piece came
to prove Solomon with hard

for Ol-

48 Getting up.

50 Commotion.
82 Francis
53 A support
KA Tha fmirth

what firing bird? (Rev. 4:7)

58 Husband of
11:3)
57 Stigmatise

Hart.

beast was like

Bathsheba (2 Sam.

88 Anglo-Indian welghta

60 Plant of lily famUjr.
62 SufTer.
83 Stray from truth.
44Singlo unit
85 Profit
87 Short for Alfred.
68 Place where the Israeli tee
were defeated (Josh. 7:5)

ALL but the awtfteat will find
thla creature at least one
jump ahead In a toot race. To
complete tha outline draw a con continuous
tinuous continuous line connecting all dots.
Begin at dot I. draw to dot 2,
eto. Can you guess tha missing
figure's Identity before you be begin
gin begin drawing tha lines f
It's Your Move

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questions (1 KL 10:1
. 28 Pieces of baked clay.
27 DescriptiTO edjective

lab ivL i:a ,
58 In addition.
30 Prefix: three. .
53 Camera part.
3460 be it
15 Drudge.
37 One of the men upon whom
the spirit rested when they
were In camp (Num. 11:26)
28 Marth plant
40 First garden.
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4 5 Roman road. f
47 Itemizes. "
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is putting: diaper bn herj Surowski, junior'; at
Southerti Illinois university, 'is working on ; a class
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on a mural for the Newman La Moratory of nuclear studies at comeu innversity.
This mural is also her thesis fota master of fine arts degree at Cornell's College 7 ..
of Architecture. Rectangular forms represent a un-filled landscape in which'
tdi an j bouses seem piled on each other. Dark forms suggest machiae form.;

PEACEFUL JAUNT Italian glamor girl Sylvana Man Man-gano
gano Man-gano escapes the bustle of Puvjera tonal swim on
a vacation at Cap St Martin, FranTe. With -her are -chiiiea
(from lcft Kaphaela, Veronica, FreUericI
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This is" the btofh Volley town thof lsnew a health wort, near Baker;' Calif.'

TIEN yearSt ago, Bloss Elias Elias-!'
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die, but he stayed to bring"
: life to it. With the help of his
; wife, Betty, Elias has, in inter-'
Vening years built an unusual
health resort Tecopa Hot
Springs 55 bleak tniles north
of Baker, Calif. The town was
built almost enthfely out of,,;
. railroad ties salvaged from,
the abandoned Tonopah & 1
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town's store, gas station, bun bun-galows,
galows, bun-galows, Roman baths, recrea recrea-tiori
tiori recrea-tiori center and modern poW-
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ties.. Yet, 'just ten years ago,
he "was a jobless arthritic,,
cripple, .facing a slow -death,
He. iound; healthful mineral ?
springs irt thelrea and de
cided to make, his- dream of',
a town come true. He1 bought i
the land wUb $2,000 In' Civil v
war scrip, : the oriiy kind the
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this land,. At, auction, 'he-,

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Februarys
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minictraiivplv in th U.S. Naval

Station Rodman and were pre presented
sented presented their certificates of promo promotion
tion promotion by lieutenant Commander D.
it Mvraiilp'v artinff Commandine

Officer of Rodman Naval Station.

Only two men oi tne group are
"sewing on their, crows" for the
first lima. Thev are Winston R.

Thomas and Anthony Staniulis,
both third class "Aerographers.
This is theif first 'step into the
ranks of the Navy Petty Officer.
Those promoted to Second Class

Fetty i jiucers were uenny
Wimes, Ronald M Ashe. Ronald T.
Smith, George Lochner, Johne E-

merson, josepn r. laurvvsu, nun
ert R. Ilyatt, Gerald F. Schaelfer

and Jasper l. aaKer. uarence
Risharri Kfnnit.h Sf Moulton and

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To two men teii uie msuncuon
of exchanging the white hat, so
long a symbol of the American
sailor, -for the more distinguished

Garrison cap oi ine cmei ireuy
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reached the top of the -- enlisted
ranks, Donald P. Calkins and

George fi. White, were 'both ad-'
vanced to Chief Yoeman.
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vy, Navy, both men Teceived "orders" to
report to the 'Chief Chow Hall"
for their initiation into the illust illustrious
rious illustrious ranks of C.P.O. After dinner,
which according -to Calkins, was
not too palatable, the .men were
"treated" by the older chiefs to' a
"swim call-' at the Fifteenth Nay
al District pool. -
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hands of his d our member car pool, v
On entering the car which picked
him up Monday morning, he found
not only side honors and a velvet
carpet, but the morning newspa

per, cigars ana canee awaumg
him In the rear seat which he oc-

cupied alone. Jtus "personal nag" j
flew from the right front bumper,

and a sign proclaming a -"boot ,.:
Chief" aboard streamed from the
trunks
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on upon arrival and Calkins accended v
the steps of the Fifteenth Naval
District Headquarter at Fort A-
mador on the 'Blue Carpet" to the
salute of all by-standers.
At almost every Pacific Side ; ;
Naval Installation, parties and pre-
sentations were taking: place her heralding
alding heralding the newly advanced Petty
Officers of the U.S. Navy.

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to r front row): B. W Wlmes, YNZ; R. A. Ashe, ME2; C. E. Btehard, CS1 J K. S. Monlton, TE1; J. W. Shoaf, AG1, and R. T, mith, AGs. (L. to r,
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ANNABEL LEE
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. By Edgar Allan Poe
It was many and many a year ago.
In a kingdom by the sea.
That a maiden there lived, whom you may know
By the name of Annabel Lee; v
And this maiden she lived with no other thought
Than to love and be loved by me.
I was a child and she was a child,
. In this kingdom by the sea,
But we loved With a love that was more than love
I and my Annabel Lee;
-With a love that the winged seraphs of heaven
Coveted her and me.
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And this was the reason that, long ago.
In this kingdom, by the sea, v
A wind blew but of a cloud, chilling
My beautiful Annabel Lee; -6o
that her highborn kinsman came
And bore her away from me,
To shut her up In a sepulcher
In this kingdom by the sea.
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The angels, not half so happy in heaven.
Went envying her and me
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know.
In this kingdom by the sea)
That the wind came out of the cloud y night;
Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee.
But our love it was stronger by far than the love
Of those who were older than we
Of many far wiser than we
And neither, the angels In heaven above.
Nor the demons down under the sea,
Can ever dissever my soul from the soul ..."
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee:

For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams
Of the beautiful Annabell Lee:
And the stars never rise, but I feej the bright eyes
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee;
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down, by the side
Of my -darling my darling-my life, and my bride
In the sepulcher there by the sea, T
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Emperor Penguins gather in small groups as they appear to b Uscusstng what to 40 about the
latest Red infiltration movement The "infiltration" in this case is a Russian photographer, who
took the picture. The Bed cameraman is among a group of Soviet scientists who are included in
the throng of researchers from all parts of the world studying the Iraien bottom of tb world as
part xt thg International Geophysical Year.

The Wihington Merry
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WASHINGTON Two of the
most respected liberals m the
Senate, both good personal friends.
participated in a bnter nacKstage
battle over civil rights the other
day. They were Sen. Wayne. Morse
of Oregon and Sen. Paul Douglas
of s Illinois, bom Democrats ana
both strongly for the civil lights
bill. ; .-v..-
However, after Senator Morse
took the Senate floor to. a: V ounce
that he had changed his mind and
now apposed plans to circumvent
the Senate Judiciary Committee
and debate the dvu rights c bill:
immediately.- it threw consterna
tion into the ranks of liberal Sen-.
ators. They were supporting the
Nixon-Knowland plan to bypass
the Senate Judiciary Committee
where the civil rights bill has been
blocked for months. s'.-j.
Wirhin an hour after Aorce's
speech, Senafer Douglas called
a seen meeting ef the Imerate
m the District ef Columbia Csm -mirtee
room. Preeent were: Car.
roH ef Colorado, CJwrch of Ida.
he, Clark e ;. fenmyhrema,
Hwmphrey ef Minnesota, iAsrray
ef Montana, Morse and Maimer,
or ef Oregon, Pa$ere ef Rhode
Island, taoettieiii with edmimstre
five assistant representing sev seven
en seven ether Senators..: '!
Senator Douglas presided. He
was white with anger, v .
'The first thing I want to Uke
up is the conduct 'of the senior
Senator from Oregon," he saw.
"If this were a military group he
would he court-martialed. He has
betrayed our ease. Furthermore,
he did tt on the Senate floor. He
did not take the trouble to comej
back to his group first and dis
cuss it with his colleagues, 'we
cant court-martial him. I shall
embarrass his colleague from O O-regon.
regon. O-regon. Senator Neuberger, but I
will call on Senator Clark tor ad-,
vice as to what we should do."
That's what yon think you're
going to do," replied Morse,
bristling equally with rage. "How "However,
ever, "However, you're going to listen to me
and then I'm going to excuse my
self. I can't sh nere ana listen w
myself being abused.
What i did waa not easy, l
wasnt lacking in courage. I owed
it to my constituents and to you
fte explain my change. When I
was convinced I was wrong I did

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fessed that I was wron
The Senator has said that I did
not come back tm this group,
Morse continued. "But what good
would it have done? It : would
just create a row. I now excuse
myself.'' .w
Morse then motioned to his ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant and walked
OUt. ;Y:
An embarrassed silence follow
ed. Morse's Oregon colleague, Ken
berger, nroke a. -.
"1 think your rebuke was a mis
take, PauL" he said to the Sen
ator, from. Illinois, f Morse has
done so many of them together.
Pastore of Rhode Island agreed.
We need everyone we can get.
There must be no fall-out among
the, liberals." he : said. This
breach must be heated.'
Senator Douglas, who had
cooled an, satd he wondered
whether Morse's change regard regarding
ing regarding committee consideration of
civil right had net resorted from
a deal re swing southern votes
far Hells Canyon.
"I'm sure no such thing happen
ed." spoke up rteu Denser. ; i n
hist as concerned -over Hells Can
yon as Wayne: I n sure I would
know about it if he had made any
such co nraitnient L
"I feel very bad about t h I s.'
said Douglas. "But we'll go on to
other things. It there anyone here
who chooses to f e 11 e w Wayne
atorse "v-j- -.
He has raised some very Im
aortant points," said Humphrey of
Minnesota. 1 uuna we snoum
consider them very carefully
I should Uke to say that I am
m this to the very end," ( inter interrupted
rupted interrupted Pennsylvania's Clark. "I'm
sure Morse acted In good faith.
But I umpiy do not agree that
civil rights should be side-tracked
now by the Senate rules." v
The rules of the senate are
not the Ten Commandments,' said
Neuberger.' They were not put
on Mount Sinai by Jehovah. When
Dick Russell talks about them, bis
sepulchral tone would make you
think that they were sacred. Bat
Senate rules must not be used to
set aside the Constitution of the
United States. :
So. despite my deep affection
and great respect for my senior
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wrong en tms point," concludtd
Neuberger.
"Civil rights Is not a major
Imue m my state," said Sena
or Carroll. "It isn't popular in
Colorado. But I'm sticking to tl
agreemsnt. I consider thi civil
rights biltt be important and
very much jeeded.' .' --
At this point the meeting broke
up. Several Senators stopped to
speak to Douglas personally and
suggest that bo and Morse patch
up their disagreement. -'
THE 49th 6OVERN0R '
Gov. Luis Munot Marin of Puer
to Rico threw -the doorkeepers of
the House of Representatives into
a tizzy the other day when he :
appeared in the "Speaker's lobby''

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les Porter ;. (D.- 1

adjoining the House
ny of Hep, Charles
Ore.).
The doorkeepers have strict or.
den from Speaker Sam Eayburn
tnat omy. members and lormer
members of the House, phis the
President. Vice President. Cahinet
officer!, and the governors' of the
48 state are to be allowed on the
House floor or m the "Speaker's
Whan the Governor of Pnerto
Rico appeared, chief doorman
Luke Hicks, a stern South CaroB-
aian, immediately disappeared..
Three' years ago, Puerto Cleans
had fired from-, the visitors gal-
lery onto the floor of the H o s
almost killing several Congress,
men. Colleagues of the same as
sassins had tried to storm tb Gov
ernor's palace in Saa Juan to kill
Hunoz Mann. He is a distingmsk;
ed American and a personal friend
of Sam Rayburn. But on Capitol
Hill, rules -are rules. Doorman
Hicks soon came back ';
"I'm erry, Cevemer, but I
can't a flow you In here,'' fco
said. "Only governors o f I ho
states are allowed." '
Politelv the distinsuished thief
executive of the Com moo wealth of -Paerte
Rico stepped outside the
door." -
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r the UA to receive an
ry degree from sates Jouegm
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" NEW YORK have very
' peculiar talent, involving no effort
; on my part, of stumbling onto t,al t,al-"
" t,al-" ent. So it involves no personal brag
gadocip when I Bay I came all the
way from Tanganyika to catch a
lass named Carol Burnett on her
"first night at atpopular club, call-

. ed the Blue Angel k tWs. wicke
city. . 1 ----'.;
, You' will be hearing' Miss Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, who is young,: red- headed,
; personable, possessed of a vicious
. sense of humor, and who can sing
real good, too, when I am old and
gray and possibly gone. The Blue
Angel is infallible that way, or how
; else would this particular saloon
i have kicked off a list which in
v eludes Eartha Kitt, Harry Bela Bela-'
' Bela-' fonte, Judy Holliday; Andy Grif-
- fith, Yul Brynner, Eddie Mayehoff
- and 4 muckle of others .when no-
: body knew them but their mothers
and me?
'Sister Burnett Is a' Texas gal
t who was brought, op in Califor California,
nia, California, and she got into show busi-,
' not s by guess, lock and bor bor-;rowtd
;rowtd bor-;rowtd thoasand bucks to, come
tr Now .York.-.: ":
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)' from a slightly loaded gentleman
who caught her final exam' at" a
private party at' UCLA, the party
. was civen bv her professor in
something tailed the Opera Work-
- shop, and also embraces popular
-: atuff,- Carol and her, husband, Don
Saroyan, did a' couple of scenes
ic from "Annie Get Your Gun": and
the loaded gentleman advanced the
money tor tM .tastwara hoi oo
X grounds that they'd not tell his
name and would also pay the dough
back by 1953. s i i
She has hit with a crash, sp the
money will get paid back by the
end of this year, but the point is
,C that her first night-club singing en-
gagement also marked her first
actual entrance into a New York
While hi was starving slightly
at the Rehearsal Club here, she
' and the other kids hired a hall, put
fn a review, and my red-headed
friend suddenly found herself sign
ed by Martin Goodman, one f the
better flesh-peddlers, ana saw ner--:
self shoved immediately into TV,
with the likes of Garry Moore aao

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Ed Sullivan while still never

having done a night club turn
Enough of that, She's signed for a
solid six.
This sal is so new to the racket
that she's afraid to sing straight
and is relying on satire satire
which is mora devastating at her
best. (And I should love to see her
doing Flossie Desmond at her
best.)
This is treason, nut she can ev
en carve up my gal, Lena Home.
Carol does a thing wnicn she calls,
"The fiirl with- the wet teeth,"- in
which she sings !'Take Me Out to
the Ball Game" In the best Home
fashion. And she manages to make
it sound sexier than Lena singing
"I Love to hove" and in the pre
cise Horne glissando. Lena snouia
sue. i-
N Carol has kidded -the current
hillbilly nonsense with a song
called ."Puppy Love" and kid kid-dod
dod kid-dod It to well that Dacca, which
' issue it shortly, undecided as.
to whether to present it straight
or satirical. She has managed to
murder Mariano in her bit about
tha baautiful doll in the lovely
, dross who signs on one. note and.
who manages to hit tno rianosr
flat ever, contrived by palate of
woman. .-,.:, f, ; "'.'
' sh has taken ladv weather fore-
anS reduced them to
hnd lnrludine the Tennessee
Williams fan who doesn't know(
why the sun has to sink and why
Av.rvthinff must Mid this wav.
She has assassinated -the musi musi-oai
oai musi-oai mmiv itini who sins high.
low and overdrive, ana me xu
who has sung with a Dana soieng
that all she can do is smile, even
when she's singing -me ian,wp
Got Away."
She has wrecked the movie star
who turtle up at Vegas (With iour
nt ttia harrtpst-workine chorus boys
ever seen) who 'concludes her act
with a simpering, now : ana uie
statement: "m au ; numiuiy.
don't win the Aeademy Award this
year it's fixedl" -'
nn inn of it all she can sing.
act, and sei Remember Miss Ca Carol
rol Carol Burnetts If a track doesn t
. "fhSt maraueesl
adorn a lot of theater anaxqueeS:
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A COAT IN RECORD) TIME-Wielding their brushes with dispatch, a team yt painters
' flaita away at Wausau, Wis, two-story house in a demonstration calling attention to na national
tional national "Clean-Up, Paint-Up and Fix-Up" month. They completed the job in the snappy, and
possibly record, time of 1 hour, 31 minutes and 18 seconds. ;. ..... v

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The Broadway-Hollywood Lino
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Marilyn Monroe's 'The Wince
and The Showgirl" was a flop
Broadway show two seasons ago.
"The Sleenina Prince". ; Mari
lyn is at her Very Best in this
slow "hit . ."The uurse.oi Fran
kenstein." London's biggest men
eydnaker In years, premieres
in
nav xorK m me viiooc
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July. .Dorian Leigh (the., items
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froni a broken heart when the
Marquis de Portage was killed.
But she was seen aMost every everywhere
where everywhere with movie producer 'Sam
Spiegel for months before that ac accident.
cident. accident. Up to last week in Paris.
, '.New-Yorkers are funny. They
are knocking the kind of, weather
they paid $50 a day for last Win Winter
ter Winter in Florida.
Blita. the ico-skating star (cow
with "Damn Yankees" in London
will become a Princess following
her divorce from Joel Riordan.
The groom-to-be 'is Prince George
Galitzine, kin to the Duchess of
Kent, v .Those items from over overseas
seas overseas reporting Curt Jurgens and
Dorothy Dandridge are "a torrid
romance'' are pure hokum. Strict Strictly
ly Strictly part of the ballyhoo for their
film now being made abroad. .
The wirephotos the other morning
made it appear that DiMagggo and
Giorgia Mill, Italian actress, were
something new. They Ignited a
year ago. .Robert Tuark, : the
millionaire-author of "Something
of Value," got richer making a
TV commercial:, Lower- Basin
Street opens n the 26th. It will
be Greenwich 'Village's top event.
. .Rosalynda St. John, the lark at
the Monsignore, does off stage
duets with Count .. Wladimir de
Zavodow. White Russian.
v Actress Martha Hyer's disclo disclosure;
sure; disclosure; That she wears only a pink
hair ribbon when she goes to bed.
. .Eddie Foy, 3rd has a nery.
She is Marie Jurgenson. .-.Marion
Anderson sent regrets to Sa Sarah
rah Sarah Vaughan, who invited her to
be her guest at the Star light Roof.
Busy getting Doctorates five
this year..' Making a total of ten.
. .Something new 1 In Ballyhoo?1
Producers of "Silk Stockings" will
send plastic casts of Cyd C h a a-risse's
risse's a-risse's luscious legs 'to stores a a-round
round a-round the nation for displays.
Provincetown art colonists are flip
ping Jtheir palettes trying to copy
the daring new watercoior styie
of Barbara Hatch. . .Rudolph
Friml of "Student Prince" re renown,
nown, renown, is working on 'a musical for
next season his first in 20 years.
r .Jean-Francois Pevay, a 'top.
eolyumist km- Paris, will -marry

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Michele Bourgeois next month.
She is a niece of the late Mistin Mistin-guett
guett Mistin-guett Prince Rainier is reported Irked
with Aly Khan's kid brother, Sa Sa-druddin.
druddin. Sa-druddin. Because he told the
press that his wedding next month
"w(ll not be e circus like the Mo Monaco
naco Monaco affair". v.The Cotton Club
show has been held ever another
3 weeks at Las Vegas. Showmen
raiuu-fr thit It ia still tha avletina
-revue it was In Miami' Beach. It
is booked for e tour after July
2. May get a Broadway theater
.. .The publishers of the song
"Teddy Bear4' plan a uit against
Presley's new plattef of the same
title. Betty MaeVgan made the
first mentioned recording. : You
cannot Copyright a title in the U.
S. ithay -ere suing to find out if
you can' use the same. name so
soon.- .Actor Arthur O'Connell is
involved-in a new romance. She
is pretty.. Est alio Grener, an er
tic.V .Thay say Ann Baxter and
movie writr Gene -Forrester
have been keeping their Idyll sot sot-to
to sot-to voce for several montlia.-
CharloHe Foley of "The Follies'
gave a farewell party to the cast
after it closed the other night. At
her apartment in G'wich Village.
AU showgirls were told to come
in bikinis.-They say it was quite
a scene. .A sure bet for the
middle-aisle: The Jones Beach
lead dancer In "Show boat" (Al
bert Pop well) and Marcelle Nava

rro. She was "Miss Bronze AmerJdom in France. She is the ex-Th

ica of $56". .Richard. Egan and
model Phyllis Hunt are twory. .
Caroline Jaime (her Mexican
family is wealthy) has an ardent
suitor m Herb Fields, singer in
"New Girl In Town". .They say
when S. Davis, Jr., wants to cry
uungs out he tells his woes' to
Eartha CitL .Brando's acting in
"The Young Lions" is a payoff
ior wauung out on "ine E g y p p-Uan"
Uan" p-Uan" at Fox. .. : .. ,-
Eddie Bracken, who wQLjdirect
the musical "PackagedTn Parta.
wants Van Johnson for the leadSl
van was Bracken's under-study in
"Too Many GirU"; years ago.-;..
Songstress LaVern Baker discov discovered
ered discovered Lionel Hampton 33 years- a a-go
go a-go in L. A. .On July J they'll
share the billing at the Warner
Theater. Atlantic City. The top
jaa dell of the year. ." .One of
Decca's top execs was the big
winner in a dice game at a nearby-
country club.. Over nmn .
Actress Lee Remick, one of the
aoracuonj jn "fact In The
Crowd." is xonsiderme a nranacal
of marriage from voune director
Bill CoUeraa. it will probably be
mid-summer. t .Joha Raitt's act-

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New
ine in the film "Paiama Game"
impressed the Warner's brass.
He may star m a straignt arama-
tic role next time. .Sinatra's one.
night stand at Vancouver did $23,-'
000.
Dent be surprised If the .net .networks
works .networks nix Carol Richards' waffle
of "Daddy, I Want A Diamond
Ring." The delivery is sinful. .
Lola Fisher of "Mv Fair Lady"
has been signed, by Robin Hood
Dell Concerts. To sing btore zu,
000 persons at Philly July 4. "Uf
first starring concert role. Vine
3-note theme music for "La Stra- ;
da" is haunting. Is it from some
opera?. .Walter and Margarat
Keane are in town from the coast.
to exhibit their art at ,The Little ;
Studio. Talented people.'. .Long
Island society is in tars ever
Jimmy Donahue's unprecedented
finger-snap at them all. He's put
up fences around his mothers es estate.
tate. estate. This keeps their horses from
romping over the Donahue praper.
ty. Nobody, they say, has aver
c".ne that. .Jacques Sarlie Is in
Paris, where the Colony Carlton
House crowd wonder if Elsa Max Max-wool
wool Max-wool will forgive him and take
him back into her grou.
Parisian cafe society's Topic
"A" is the romance betwen po popular
pular popular Maggi Noland and Raymond Raymond-Hakim.
Hakim. Raymond-Hakim. She's a beautiful Ameri American
can American columnist for theHerald Trib
in Paris. ,. .Ethel de Croisset is ex
pected to seek her marital free-
el Woodward of here. Her sister--in-law
Ann accidentally shot her
husband dead thinking he was a
burglar. .Project Vanguard (the
launching of the earth satellite)
will be explained nationally before
it happens. Transfilm is readying
an animated irovie, which will be
distributed to theaters and TV by
IBM, the sponsor. 1
Mindy Carson was the only City
Center member to land in Varie Variety's
ty's Variety's Critic's PoU -'for most prom promising
ising promising new stage performer." Her
role in "South Pacific" did it. She
hakes her first drama tuition at.
the Neighborhood Playhouse short'
lyl -. Judith. Dvorkin wrote the
lyries to the hit. "Tennessee
Waltz." She finally, realizes her
life-long ambition to be accepted
as a serious con-poser. Her "Cres
cent Eyebrow" will have its pre
miere at a conceit here next win winter.
ter. winter. ,Tbe gazettes we read have
not mentioned that Aly K h a n's
bride-to-be (Bettina) was once wed
fto Gilbert Graziani, French photo
grapher, ...Greek dancer Bess, re re-nagos
nagos re-nagos became a bride two weeks
ago. He is Louis Proctor, heir to
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O ITALY'S CABINET CI :CX3 Is ge.. ? worse Instead
of better as it enters its eighth wetk. it seems In Increasingly,
creasingly, Increasingly, likely that a special, parliamentary leo
tion, one year ahead of schedule, will be necessary to.
end .the tangle. 'J :'- r '" '
It seems likely also that sooner or later a showdown
will be necessary on the constitutional powers of Pres-.
Went Giovanni Oronchi.
Gronch3's insistence on trying to Way the part ;,
( t "strong man" in politics instead of acting
:, figurehead, as he is supposed to do, has play-
' ed a big part in the political confusion. -'
Premier Antonia Segnl resigned on May 8 after the
tinv Rfnublican Partv and then the larger right wing

Bocialist Party deserted his Chiristian Democrats and seven years.

Q A FEDERAL JUDGE In New York has handed down
, one of the most important decisions in the history
of professional sports. Judge Sylvester Ryan broke np
the two International Boxing Clubs.- He ordered proV.
moter Jim Norris and his partner, Arthur Wirtz, to
divorce thtmselves completely from the Madison.
Square Garden. Corporation of New York City. t
, These are the most important blows In the court's
rulings Monday against the- most powerful boxing
combine in ring history. It already had been found
guilty of monopoly in the promotion of title fights.
Norris and Wirtz were ordered to dispose of their
two-million dollars worth of Garden shares within

thu broke nn the trovernment c.oaliiron.

Adone Zoli, another Christian Democrat, formed a
cabinet on May 20. , '
Zoli Confined1 his cabinet to. Christian Democrats,
' hoping td -run; the government with the support of

. President Gronchi called in man after man In a
- oin iitimnt tv rot a iniiminr. JPinnllv fJrnnchl an.

. U11 MUIAu.lV IV O V. u .junk.""-" --
. nounced last Saturday that he refused to accept Zoli's

- resignation and told him to carry on.
. Tbewhole tanrle stems really from the mnltl mnltl-party
party mnltl-party political system wh3cn- has weakened a

' which made possible the rise of Benito Mussolini
in Italy and Adolf Hitler in Germany. ;
; Some Italian political, leaders are talking now of
the possibility of forming two strong parties by merg merging
ing merging various groups. But. it appears to be merely talk. -r
V :"- Polish "independent" Communist Leader Wiadyi

slaw Gomulka may win a new and important vie-

--' tory soon over Communist Kussia.
It has been announced that Chinese Red Leader :

Mao Tse-tung, on one of his very rare trips abroad.

Judge Ryan also said the International Boxing

dubs of New York and Illinois will be restrained from
promoting title fights while they are being .dissolved.'
' Another phase of the decision provides for the com compulsory
pulsory compulsory leasing of New York's Madison Square Gar-,
den and the Chicago Stadium on a reasonable rental
basis for title fights by independent promoters.
' 'r;V: ":.:;-.-o .-jW j-; C
A New York county grand jury has reused to
' Indict Yr.nkee outfielder Hank Bauer on a dell-
',, catessen man's charges tbatjhe ballplayer slugged
him la a night clnb. '- v ,
Bauer's lawyer said the plantlf f Edwin Jones -'
will be sued for false arrest and malicious pro-
v secution, both civil actions. t
v- Three major league" stars have agreed hi testimony"
before a House Subcommittee that the player reserve
clause is essential to the continued operation of or organized
ganized organized baseball. s
They ar Robin Roberts of the Philadelphia Phil-!
lies.,. Eddie Yost of tre Washington Senators.. and
Jerry Coleman of the New York Yankees.

xne euDcommittee is investigating the anti-trust

is to pay a state Arisit to Poland accompanied by Choii ,.-atus of professional sports,

En-laL liis Dremier.

. Dispatches from Warsav quote well Informed
sources as saying Mao intends to pass through Mos Moscow
cow Moscow on his way without stopping to coner with Pre-:

, inter nmuim a. ouigown anu vuliiuiuuisi, riu ty viuci
Vilrltn KhnishrhAV

It is said also that the Soviet government tried to

Hogan "Kid" Bassey of Nigeria, 25-year-old left-hook
specialist, won the vacant world leatherwelght'cham leatherwelght'cham-pionship
pionship leatherwelght'cham-pionship Monday night off an upset loth-round tech technical
nical technical knockout Over Frenchman Cherif Hamia of Al Algeria.
geria. Algeria. v I.

Bassey, champion of the British emplr, Weighed

Induce Mao to visit Moscow first hut he has refused 12i Pvund .0 Hamia's 125 for the scheduled 15-

xnere can oe no oouot inat tne uussians wm Keep Jr v w wwuun a successor 10 American

eye injury. Hamia, 28, was the world boxing commit committee's
tee's committee's top contender.

trying to get Mao to change his mind,

If Mae Insists en vlsitinr Poland, and visiting r
Moscow only on his-way home, it will mean that
he is administering an open snub te Sovilet lead-
. There Were Increasingly strong Indications this
weer- that Soviet Russia really wants to nego- i
iate an agreement which would result in the ;
first step toward broad diUaramament arree-;

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- viic jiouicsuon was; comainea in a statement wnicn
Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko made in Mos Moscow.;
cow.; Moscow.; Gromyko summoned foreign correspondents to
his office to complain that the United States is using
; the London disarmament conference as a "smoke
' screen" to cover up a desire to continue the arms
race. v t ,f
The American attitude, he said, had become man! man!-zest
zest man!-zest at. a moment when the possibility of achieving
some agreement in the London talks had become an-Mwnt

A second indication was that Valerian A. Zorin, the

Duvict cuict ucieKte m unaon, naa Decome distinct

v Referee Rene Scheman stopped the bout In the Pa-'
lais des Sports after two minutes of the 10th round be-'
cause Hamia had been beaten into bloody helpless helplessness
ness helplessness by Bassey'g -machine-like, bobbing and 'weaving
attack. ":.- 1 i-
-It was a dramatic victory for Bassey, who had been
floored for a count of eight in the second round and
was so groggy he appeared ready to be linisned. But
he rallied and began moving' in to take the lead.. -..Sas.sey'
'-5 underdog, scored his 48th victory and and-lSth
lSth and-lSth knockout In 59 fights. Hamia suffered only his
second defeat in 34 bouts... V;"")' .yc-yi
Juan. Manuel Fangio, the Babe Ruth; of auto-racing,
was left "sitting on the bench" as Britain's Ja Jaguars
guars Jaguars ran off with another victory in the 24-hour Le
Mans race. ; ?:z-y;b ; .,,.4..v
Great BriUin's Ron Tlockhart and Ivor Bueb won
the "safest" Le Mans race in history Sunday as Ja

guars fwept tne first four places over the favored

O TII2 FIRST OF over 3500 sailors started swarming
, over the Isthmus yesterday with the arrival here
of the first of 12 U.S. warships. Tied up- at pier 16
in Ealboa was the ftant carrier USS Essex, a 33,100-.
ton attack carrier; Also in Balboa were six other de destroyers,
stroyers, destroyers, which arrived here from Puntarenas Costa
Rica.
'- Five US destroyers due in today from Barranquilla, ;.
Colombia Will dock at Cristobal for a three-day visit.

m vanax waters,

V Ore carriers, and supertankers transiting the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal have been notified to cut down their load
limits because of a low water level at Gatun Lake.
. The Panama Canal announced that the lake level
was now 82.10 feet elevation, about eight Inches above
the lowest level on record .since the Canal opened.
Lack of sufficient rainfall is the reason. j
The limitations placed on the tankers and carriers
will limit their loadings, but not their transit... .
The PanamA Canal pilots suit, which seeks to

recover over $2 million dollars, will be ready for sub-,
mission to U.S. District Court at Ancon around Auf
-Briefs In the "case, "which Involve the recovery oC
hnnf tos-jfin fnr earh.nilot. will be filed un until

that date! The Canal Co. lawyers filed a 239page
printed brief, in District Court this week.

- Zonians will b figuring out their own tax head headaches
aches headaches after July 1.' with the withdrawal this week of

a permanent internal revenue representative.
Wendell. L. Llndsey, who has been serving In that
capacity for the past few -years, has been transferred
to the Washington office. Tax assistance now will be
in the form of service representative who will visit
the Zone only periodically.
- - ;
. Two fires reported aboard ships In Canal wters
caused only slight damage. v
.- A smaU Dominican ship, The Humuula, ajcrived in
Balboa after one of its drums of diesel oil had caught
fire and burned. The falmes" were under control by
the time a Panama Canal tug and Cristobal firemen
arrived on thecene. She is anchored in Cristobal.
, A smouldering fire In the hold of a Grace Line
freighter, S.S. Santa Anita forced the ship back to
port in Cristobal from the high seas. However, the
ship left shortly after she was boarded by port and
fire officials and considered safe to proceed.

ly more receptive to a series of proposals made by MaseraUs nd Jjewaris. World champion Fangio, held
United States chief delegate Harold Stassen. Under J" reserve by the MaseraH company, never got into

the American proposals, the actual -first step" would
be the susoension of tests of nuclear weapons: But
this iroposal was tied to others for reductions In arm armed
ed armed forces and conventional weapons. 1 j
The reason forRulsia's nttrH ftitnH

cli&Vr ;.The Bpvfet government is seriously worried over

the race because the biar 4oo-hnrunnw TtKan

dropped out with the race only eighth hours old.
Flockhart and Bueb took' first place In a 3 J
. liter fuel injection Jaguar in a record-breaking
- performance, clocking an average speed of 114.5

$ ; laiiei per nour wnne eoverur a total of 2.732.24

were second, Jean Marv and Jean, r.rm f Pran.

were third and Freddy Rouselle and Paul Frere of
Belgium were fourth, all in Jaguars:- : .
r- Bruce Kessler of Rp?crl Hill, r,n vn.

Hugus of Pittsburgh, Pa., were the only Americans to

it was reported that there wa ivrinn. rii.on.i.L

ment in the new party on policy,. As. in other Soviet
satellite countries, some element favnnvt

. iwenty-iour countrJes agreed that a Special
' meeting W the United Nations General -Assembly
should be called to consider a stinging indictment
f Russian policy toward Hungary.

fact-finding committee made, after monthVof invei 3?' windhig up eighth in a German-buUt Porsche,

ligation,' of the Hungarian revolt "-- I e wocaea m iuu.z mnes per nour. j
tyeMSstnrppSrp
dar organized thfr nartv after. ST: ?nder for the light heavyweight crown Wednesdav m

rty was needed because the Communist Party siirm- $nmg Magazine's lagest ratings. i.
fell apart at that time.'.- t 7 sunr; The. new designation, climaxing a remarkable re-

uuua may ueip nis campaign jor a shot at Archie
Moore's 175-pound title,-..- . ; i .

policy based on suppression. Others, despite Kadar'i tSZF1'?1? 'uwon."ro can fight as a'
reign of, terror, stm demanded liberalisation in eov- rT6!'. L lleh3 heavyr was Previously listed -as
ernmeni s V- n gov : fourth-ranking heavyweight aspirant But. Ms Im-

Clarence Hinnant on May-31 and his announced cam- -paigp
for Moore's title, helped shift him to the 175-.
poind rankings at the top. -He
was aided also by Canadian Yvon Durelle's up- -set
draw with Ton Anthonv of New Vnrk tnthnn.

dropped frofti the top to No. 2, and previously unrank
ed Durelle was brought in at, number eight. ;t
. Norbert Schemansky of Detroit, one of the nation's
leading strongmen. returned to the welgbtlifting
arena Sunday night to win the heavyweight division
of the Amerlcanr senior AAU championships here.
Schemansky had been sidelined, fori !' several v
' months with an injury, but -made a success al
comeback by lifting a total of 9 pounds. He
pressed 124 pounds, snatched 294 ani cleaned and '
. jerked 3M. .
Tht Detroit lifter is considered one of the nation's

In China, too, the. Communists had their troubles.
They resulted from the now famous speech in
which No. 1 Communist Mao Tse-tung admitted that
there was opposition to Communist rule in China and
encouraged criticism of bin regime. .
. A lot of influential Chinese, including Comma- ".
nists, took Mao at his word and started eriticii-
ing. AfrafJ that things might get out of hand.
Premier Chou En-lal warned the critics that' if
F they went too far, they. might be branded as'-
' "enemies of the regime." . j
She North Korean Communists demanded that an
rnational conference be called to discuss the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of foreign troops and the unification of the
country. They acted, because the United Nations Com Command,
mand, Command, tired of Red violations of the armistice agree-,
ment decided to equip their forces with new weap weapons.
ons. weapons. The U.NvCommanJ reject the Red demand.
SUNDAY, JUNE CO, 1057

Canal Zone post of flee feet are being upped effec effective
tive effective July 1 it was announced, at the same time that
. identical changes go into effect in the United) States.
The increase range from five to 25 cents.
"'-? V: .-'i; : JW"?-;?,;ri)ivS '
s'v Members of the tS Citizens' Association voted to

reUin their Washington attorney, Lavern k. unweg
for ah additional two months. They extended the con contract
tract contract until Sept 1 at. a recent meeting, v?
An kttempt to prevent any outbreak of the new type
of influenza which has swept several Asiatic and,,Pa and,,Pa-clflc
clflc and,,Pa-clflc areas, the Health Bureau here announced cer certain
tain certain precautions are being taken, preventive mea measures
sures measures locally include close observation of ships pass passing
ing passing through the Canal, in particular,' those orglnat-,
lng from Far Eastern -ports. j: j : v
In Canal Zone courts v'Two Pahamanlans were
bound over to District Court on charges of burglariz burglarizing
ing burglarizing madis residences in the Zone, Qscaf Quintero, 21,
and a 15-year-old south were the defendants... In
Crist6bal, Irwin K. Meier, 54, and SKt.- Hobard W.
Segars, 41, were each fined $100 for drunken driving.-!
In addition, Segar. was given a 15-day suspended Jail
sentence, -and on a second charge of. driving without
a license, fined $10..- y .j 'l i

' 'A bachelor" employe who has been constantly warned
about contraband activities, lost the privilege of re residing
siding residing is Canal quarters in La Boca. Prior to his evic eviction,
tion, eviction, purchase and free entry privileges were taken
away from him for an indefinite period.
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On the other side of the border, the Panami For-

reitevate Panama's position in favor pf the dollar-an-
in th Prmfll Znn. Panama'

tlUUl AliUl'ill U" Vev w-
envoy in Washington has been told to present the
Panama stand to the US. government. . -
Following a tremendous hubbub raised at the idea
of urping Social Security rates, President Ernesto de
la'Guardia,-Jr. postponed the plans for Increasing
rates because he said public, opinion considers it, "in-:
opportune."-' : '" J
brightest hopes for the world championships at Teh-.
ran, Iran, this fall. : m :
jay Henry of Southern Methodist University placed
second with a total -of 830, and Stanley A. Stanczyk -of
York, Pa., was third with 925.- i
In the Mr. America Physique" contest blond Ron Ronald
ald Ronald C. Lacy of Lexington. Ky, was top man. Lacy,
Who is hi the Army, did not enter any of the lifting
events. .. ', -..

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NEW GOOP FORTUNE- ORVL SKWEEZEJ

LITTLE ANNIE
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MY CLIENT MR.J.K.FUNG OF FLINGS FAR-FLUNG

ENTERPRISES IS ANXIOUSLY SEARCH1N FOR

HIS FRIEND, LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY-

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