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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R, P., SUNDAY JULY 7," 1957

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Of Hatch in g Gun n ing Schemes'

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"LONDON, July 6 (UP) Nikita S. 'Khrushchev taid

today that the three deputy premiers fired for "anti-

party activities attempted to 4abotaee Russia's foreign

and domestic policies and refused to believe Russia could

catch up to United States production. l

It was his first public pronouncement since the Krem

lin housecleanlng. y

- He said Russia's foreign policy will continue to be

Idirected toward "peaceful co-existence" and its domestic

policy Reward building up its Industrial and farm output
to patch the U, S.

- (WEA Telephoto)

, BURY VICTIMS OP HURRICANE A Catholic priest sprin-

xies bojy water over coninj containing me coaies oi come or
. th victims of Hurricane Audrey durlne mass burial at Lake

v- Charles, La. The latest official count sbows known deadr

T and estimates or tna final death ton range from, 350 jo suu.
s '
311 Codies Occoycrcd v.

For Audreys Death Tolli

JIle stressed the need for con

I tinuihe development of Soviet

industry so-there will be art

ounaance" of food and consumer

goods; 'f;--;

ine CommunistT Partv leader

led an Impressive delegation to

Leningrad for the observance oi

the itys 250th anniversary, and

iior rus xirst declaration of soviet
policy since v the purge -which

wiped out of office five of the 11

1 members of the party's topmost

ruling oody.

Be neaDed new vindication on

deposed deputy premiers Qeor-

gl jviaienKov, v. m. Moiotov ana

Lazar Kasganovich, the three

specifically accused of "anti
party" activityHe said ah three
refused, to believe Russia could

catch -up to ME. 'production.
Moiotov. he laid, ormoseri the

part's efforts ; toward easing

wona. tensions, ;; .? $: .p,. i

He said Maienkov was -airald"

to omeao-Imrigrad Jiecausg, of

- LAKE CHARLES, La., July 6-r

CUP) Sheriff. Henry Reld anr
; nounced today that 3 1 1-; bodies
have been fe recovered from.; the

Cameron La.v area hit by hurrt
ran Audrftv. ;.'' .7.-

Reid said 1 16 persons still are

missing and that 121 or me re
covered bodies-have Jiot been .i
fientlfled-'.:,- ,'- .. .,,..

Sen.1 Allen Ellender-Ito-LsR)

Joined Seii. Russell B. Long of

Louisiana In blamine trie weatn

er bureait for the -large casualty
toll. ,r"-:-,:' : "y"'.

Ellender said In a conference

with oiitciais ; nere last nignt
that "the weather bureau was

way off pi Its tracking of the
hurricane." -.-.v. t.
TThey apparently lost it when
it headed inland. Better fore forecasting
casting forecasting would have meant pos-

DC EyobroYs Lifted
Over Porler Lelfer

On

' WASHINdTON, July 9 flJP
; tJovernment officials today rais

ed eyebrows but would not com comment
ment comment on a letter Ren. Charles O

Porter cf Oregon sent to Cuban
president Pulgencio Batista ask-

: tog that a united nations or ur urbanization,
banization, urbanization, of.- American" states
) (OAS) 'eam be allowed te su

pervise1 elections in Cba, w -s-
Porter ia s freshmari congress

kian who ha started a crusade

for "freedom from all Latin A

eerican. dictators. He sent vie
tter to Batista June 22. He sent

k copy E 4;he letter later to Sec.
iretaryl State : John Foster
: DUlleS. jU n,. T- -r ;.
- i ; i-
It was -.learned that Porter
prst consulted with Roy R. Ru Ru-kottora
kottora Ru-kottora Jr assistant secretary of
itate ior interamerican affairs.

Kfore sending the letter. Rubot Rubot-m,
m, Rubot-m, 'however, did not advise
porter whether or not to send it.
. Porter told the United Press he
Bas not had any reaction yet
from ie Cuban government or
Che Department of state He said!

te did not thlnkk his action eon eon-Itltuted
Itltuted eon-Itltuted interference in the In

ternal., affairs of other coun

It is not customary however.

for memoers of Congress to m m-Imate,
Imate, m-Imate, or. suggest to other gov gov-irnments
irnments gov-irnments how elections should
ie conducted, and for this rea rea-ion
ion rea-ion officials raised their eye eyebrows.
brows. eyebrows. Privately some of them
ared that might be regarded
iv some in Cuba as interference.

I high ranking Cuban diplomat

the Leningrad case.ln -which city

leader were ?;' rranjea. "vT n e

'framed" vbmcials tfnea have

been rehabilitated. .

Sheoliov also came la for en

ttcism at the hands of Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev today. Shepllov he .said.

"nrrtvon ia ha nn.t nnamA ass

aioiy imu me ueuuie uivwiieu I rtmihlA.rlAfl fnir iftfllvlflTial

would have-been saved." : f Khrushchev said, the "antU

iioziir BBia .earner mat me nartv- tirwn hnd. he 'hatrh-

weather-bureau gave adequate Ua cunning schemes. Lto lav

""'"w ccuiirton -ueureui us hands on the icey positions

uj uw lufwawwas wno nua au m rue unrtwana' tntt state m

drejr was the best-blotted tropi- order tn chahae the nautical

cal storm yet; v -c, ..; ;H Une of the party."

.rf,,T r, .Mi.t. Khrushchev thus personally

Khrushchev also answered west

ern speculation about nossible

changes In the Soviet line now

that the hard-core Stalinists had
been removed. 't'f
Moscow radio earlier! had said
it was "entirely unjustified" for
the west to hope for .''certain

compromising attitude irr Soviet

iorega poucy.'; ; : 1 ',

- Nonetheless.'westerri leaders
predicted; that future relations
between the Soviet Union and
the West may contain some
' fateful surprises with" the un
, predictable Khrushchev alone
rat tftft helnt of Russian policy i
There were continuing nredic-

tlons of purees still; to come in

the satellites. esDeciailv those in

which the old-time., Stalinists
stiltare in command. They would

appiy notaoiy to Czechoslovakia
and, East Germany.: -a V

in Russia, a nationwide cam

paign to discredit Malenkovi Mo.

totOV eald KAeanovirh cont.inllli,

uiunmico. .ai -fairies, inrougiiou

CZ Tables Groan With Fresh Fruit,
Vegetables Flown Here From Miami
. Canal Zone housewives were serving something new
this weekend. .,....;
- Many Zonlans' tables today were filled with tasty fruits
and vegetables they haven't seen or eaten for a long time.
'"X Balboa housewife, commenting on the1 Canal's new
pol7 of shipping fresh fruits and vegetables by air from
Miami, aid:
. "Those collard greens, that's for me. I haven't had any
tor about three years.'
The fresh air cargo shipment went on sale at commis commissaries
saries commissaries on both sides of the Isthmus at 8:30 a.m. yesterday.
It w reported that, prospective customers lined up
at the-doors of the stores, and made a beeline for the
fruit counter as seon as the portals swung open. By 9 a.m.
the supply put out earlier was gone.
.' The shipment this week included fresh cherries, plums,
peaches, cantaloupes, asparagus and broccoli," none of which
are nrr available on the Isthmus.
Apparently some of the precious produce haj been put
aside until the afternoon to accommodate Zonlans who
work. Many reported being able to purchase fruits as late

. as 9 p.m. yesterday,

. The main complaint heard irom those who were unable
to get their hands on some of the air shipment, was:
' "There Just wasn't enough of It.",
".. One disappointed shopper added: "I sure hope they
send for more next time.1?

dJ?LCCJnk mong.. the ; highest In Soviet

ed among the wretkaee of about

20 cars Diled un in a church ce-

meiery, v

xne cars, driven bv lOSr-mile-i

-an-hour winds and a eiant

wave, crashed into tombstones
behind Sacred Heart Church at
Creole: Searchers exnected. to

una in the cars many of the

missing who v met death while

trying to flee the hurricane

area, .. ..; vv;;.-

Marsh bueBles-elant wheel.

ed vehicles built, to -travel over

soggy marsnianns and helicop helicopters
ters helicopters will be lised in an elaborate

search of the 1,444 square mile

Cameron pansn tcounty):disas
ter area. '. f

Persbleni Suifor
Fined $70 Afler
Pestering Girl

tionrvwere bassed ; .enouncin

their JX'ariti-partTi schismatic'

mg:

His Best Bis

Foot Forward

councils but now tumbled and

disgraced.

However: -there still apparent

ly was no plan to place them un under
der under arrest or to bring them to

trial on criminal charges.

An English language broadcast

by Raaio Moscow said that Mus

covites were "laughing" at west

ern reports the trio had been ar.
rested. It labelled the specula speculation
tion speculation absurd. t
An apparently authoritative
dispatch in the Italian Com Com-munist
munist Com-munist Party organ L'Vnita in
fiome said two would be given
jobs in industry and two oth-
ers intellectual jobs suitable to
their education. -In
outlining Russia's futnre

domestic and foreign policy, a regulation uniform.

BAIT PEDRO. Calif. fUP)

The 'Army admitted today that

ric, jonn Ano, Z3, oi Trenton.
N.J., was assigned as a clerk at

Ft.,MacArthur here because of

his biirieet.

The 6-foot, J-lnch soldier has

reet which measure 12 vi Inches

long and require size IS shoes.

The best the Army could come

up with was size 14-too tight.

So Ano couldn't be asked to
drill. He wore his own shoes for

the Hirst year he was in the
service but the shoes finally gave

out. The private said he had
solved his foot problem in civil civilian
ian civilian life by working for a shoe
firm.
The Army even asked the
Navy, for help in locating a pair
of shoes which would fit Ano.

No luck, and now Ano holds the
distinction of beine the only OI

who Wears opentoe sandals with

Inorid At Bedside
Of Small Driller

the1 epuntrji. last high,', cesolu-f, OMB,: July (UP)- Actress

Inerid Bers;man new1 nere jrom

Paris today to join her five-year
eld twin, daughter) Isabella 'who

HUUUHPUV f

for appendlcjUs last nignt;j

iikJlss Bergman had planned to

wait In Paris for her first reu

nion in six years with Jenny Ann
Llndstrom, her 19 year u Old

daughter whom she gave up to
mrry Italian film- producer Ro Roberto
berto Roberto RosselUni. : V. t
Jenny Ann arrived in Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm todav with her father. Dr.

Peter Llndstrom, his wife Agnes
and their 15-months old son Pe

ter.

Opposition Parlies
Planning To Boycott

"-B1JEN08 AIRES,' July .UP)'

Three 1 opposition political par-
f hav ,annnnnc.rl' thfTT will

But Contractors

Workers To Joinf

Local 900 Says

5.-'HSm!! inf."
Mm
.If KMT. i

2 ...

. Contractors' employes are working' under ebrtditlonf
that are "not as nice or as sweet" as Canal Zone 'con 'contractors
tractors 'contractors try to make out, a spokesman for Loco! 900 A.

mr'"n; Federation of State, County and Municipal Em-

However, despite "strong opposition" from employers,
workers will be able to organize if they want to, he added.
The union spokesman said that 'withmif nitlinn At

a doubt" the contractors' emoloves need a

eventually wiH be organized in one. i

will be fully aware of thOAen
they ar about to take.i"t;
preporatton of the; actual. 1
signing up of members, the lot
cat union has already set up a
tn government employes'
chapter7' to handle this phase.
'9t organization .

Miss Beremah had Dlanned to

mept. Jennv in Paris witnm me

next two days and bring her to
Rome next month to meet Ros-

Sellinl and .their three cniiaren.

However, the actress boaraea

plane today as soon as she

heard of Isabella's operation.

The operation was performed In

a Rome clinic last nignt ana was

reoorted "completely success

ful"

Little Isabella Fioreiia, her

twin sister Isotta Ingrid ana
their brother Robertino, 7, had

been staying at the Hosseuim

villa at Santa Marinella, a sea

side resort .30 miles north of
Rome, while their parents trav

eled separately abroad.

tie hav

boycott 'the July 28 general e
lAfiion for delegates to a nation'

al convention to 'reform the pon-

Two neo-Peronlst parties i-o1-

niila.fi ,TTn on nd The f opuiar

partv-l. and the nationalist Azul

y Blanco (Blue ana wwifi iw
ty formally announced their op,

nnsir.inn tn Trim noimm.

.i Th rirnt two orucrea cx

inembers to cast blank ballots

The third said it would carry on

A program of "active aDsienuon
a. nart. nf a continulne cam

paign to force the government

to cancel wnat is caueo nu
ulpnt. lections."

Vicente Solano Lima, leader of
a splinter group of the former
Conservative party, sent a letter

to provisional president reoro r
Aramburu urging him to call off

the election.
The government has proposed

a limited reiorm oi me
Constitution now in effect, feel feeling
ing feeling that such reform is necessa necessary
ry necessary to protect the nation from the
emereenc of a new strong man

arm dictator such as Juan p. Pe Perm
rm Perm .inihi nf imDoslne his will

on the legislative and JudlcialJ

branches.
one nf the proposed reforms

would limit presidential tenure

to one term.

The spokesman commented on
meeting held recentlv with

employes of Canal Zone contract

tors.' He. said they are working
under Conditions which indicate
that they need unionization de

spite the unanimous opposition
expressed by the contractors to
any unionization of their work

ers., vv't. i,.;, .U A--'

Actual signing un of members

has not yet started according to
the spokesman, j- because union
officials wanfe to give the em employes
ployes employes the fullest opportunity of
acquaintinsr themselves with the

union's program so that they

11 t .'..?), ".."J

. But the question of whether

Another .meeting, for AtlanM
side nongovernment Szi" ?

For HoHywpocI Star
Col. Jimmy Stewart

WASHINQTONJ July 6 (UP)

The. Senate Armed Services

Committee may approve a star
for rnoyle. star Jimmy, Stewart

in tne next lew weens.

The nominations of Stewart

and a dozen other Air Force
reserve officers to be Brigadier

Generals have been held up
since ll.ey were sent to the Sen Senate
ate Senate Feb. 25.

Sen. Margaret unase emmi
ru-Maini objected that some

of the nominees had failed to

participate actively m
fi ann did not deserve

promotion. A long delay ensued

A Committee spokesman said

the information nas on;f
rnv,d and the nominations

. rartv for action as soon as

.v.. nnmmiUM olaces them on

U1C vu....-"-- -... J L.

its agenda, xms prooauiy
done in the next lew weeks, he
4 A

W"' a nr.. TT

et-ans.rr. a wuiia t

bomber pilot with the 8th Air

Force, is now a reserve cpionei.

I The spokesman asserted tha'fc
oi asthe AFSCMB has
ufindJ6m Bnlon8 en th
isthnius,, this group of employes
w"i1h2ye anctuary In those
jHe said; there were .a' numher'5'
Of compeutng factor i Vhich had

,om- .T -0Ul Peiore uniont

ine union had callecfami
nnX cntrctors and viri
private firms on i

regard to their atttde towwd3
the pOSSibl nnlnmnJl ",jTarC?

BIRMINGHAM, England. July
(UP1 Richard Comnton. 26.

admitted today he will do almost

anything to attract the attention

of his lady love.

opening an account at a Bir

mingham hank last year, Cromp Cromp-ton.
ton. Cromp-ton. found he "rather fancied"
the pretty girl behind the coun counter,
ter, counter, 22-year-old Ruth Water-

house. -, .-.

He wrote her, notes, but she

Ignore him. He wrote her let

ters at the bank addressed to

Queen Bee" and "Golden Girl."

one ignored those, too.

Crompton disguised himself

with a false moustache and fol

lowed the girl home, but she

siammea the aoor in nis face.

He posed as a crippled, blind

beggar outside the bank, sere-i

naded her with Neapolitan love

songs and offered Miss Water-j

bouse the coins he collected from
sympathetic passersby.

. His would-be lady fair refused

to listen to us songs and turned

up her nose at the coins. -

rive cys ago Crompton walk,
ed into the bank wearinr his

white tennis shorts, nodded po politely
litely politely to the Staff and then be began
gan began turning- handsprings in the

middle of the lobby.-

a nis time Miss Waterhonse no-

mvately suggested that Porterfttced her suitor. 6h called po
pould attend. to his own busiHMce and charted with, with be-

. mg nuisance,

. ; . .:

FEAR, ANGER and sometimes complacency shows on the faces
of dogs, during the vaccinating season which begins this
month in the canal Zone. : The picture above shows Dr. Ken

neux ziinmArmaa inoculating an unwilling victim j

CZ Dogs To Get Rabies Vaccine Next Week
r..iu fnr Atlantic side Amy

V The vaccination against rabies

of dogs and other animals in the
Canal Zone and the licensing of

dogs for the year beginning Aug.
1 will be started next week.

- The annual program will be

trln Monday in Cristobal with

the vaccination of animals be-
. . . . -i f & j

loneme w me uiuiormcu uu

civilian personnel of the Armed
Forces who are living-on mili military
tary military reservations. :
Animals belonging to Atlantic

side military personnel will be

vaccinated July a. 15, 22 and 31

between 1 and 3 p.m. in tne
northern area Sanitation Office

oh Bolivar Highway. .-..
On the Pacific side, animals

belonging to military personnel
will be vaccinated July 22, 23,

24. 25 and 26 between 10 am

and noon at the Animal Quar

antine Station in CorozaLT

The vaccination and regis
tration of dogs belonging .. te
residents ef civilian comma comma-Hits
Hits comma-Hits of the Canal Zone will
a rin July 17 wheat a vaccina vaccination
tion vaccination team consisting of a vet veterinarian,
erinarian, veterinarian, bis assistant and a
clerk from the Canal Zone Li License
cense License Seetlon, win bo daty
at the North Margarita ele elementary
mentary elementary school from II ajn.'
to 1 pja. and irom X J.m. to
5-p-m.
The team will work the fol

lowing day during the sane
hours at the Mount Hope base-

t.lnn

- On the Pacific side the team
will be on duty July 24 during
the same hours' in the Aids to
Navigation Building in Gamboa;
t.,i-o in th scout Shack In

Paralso- and both July 26 and

Gulick for Atlantic side Army

personnel.
Dogs belonging to Canal Zone
residents will be vaccinated and
registered for a fee of $2, Each
dog owner will be given a num

bered tag, acorn-shapea tni

meet1

Zone ih M wTthanSy.
wards sounding them ouf Vr
regard to their rffiJ?.L5i

pnly three firms'attendedr
fef, though lettwsSd

All dogi over lour monuia ot

nnrta rnrYit.TfS

A S8 fee win be charged for
each vaccination for animals
from military reservations.
Owners may then present the
vaccination certificate for reg registration
istration registration at designated regis registration
tration registration offices. The Central
Pass Office at Coroial has bee"
designated for Army personnel
a the Pacific side, and the
Central Pass Office at Fort

Reds Want To See
New TV Star: ..
Duke Of Edinburgh

LONDON. July 6 (UP) Rus

sia and Czechoslovakia want to
see Britain's newest TV star

the Duke of Edinburgh.
The British Broadcastinc Cor

poration announced today that

the Russian and Czech govern governments
ments governments requested a telerecording

of the ""Restless Sphere" show
featuring the husband ot Queen
Elisabeth. 'i i

The show, a hit in Britain, Is

International

the sterr of the

ball stadium Only 19 they will oeoohysicsl Tear narrated by

operate at the oatun Hrer Eta- the dula, y -.-

age must be vaccinated and li licensed
censed licensed by Aug. 1. Dog owners
have been asked to bring their
pets on a leash to the most con

venient station ior me uuiwu
laUon.

Touche. Pussy-Cat
harm. Julv (UP) Com

munist and rightwirrg deputies

nursed an assortment or cuts

and braises today in the after

math nf a free-for-all in the Na.

tlonal Assembly reiresnmen oar.

Delegates gatnerea m wie w
at midnight after a sharp de

bate-on the treaty to merge
Western Europe's atomic poten potential
tial potential into one organization (Eura-

tnmt and the proposal ior a

common European market. In

sults marked the denate.
- An arcument broke out In -the

bar and quickly turned to vio

lence between the communists
and the rightwlngers. Fists, and
bottles flew.
Extreme riehtlst Jean Dides

was hit with a flying bottle and
had to be led from the scene of

combat with blood .streaming

I S
It

' aw'
r
V

(NEA Telephoto) t.
JAILED BT FRENCH 1- US.
Amy Specialist 3c De Wayne
McOsker (above) of Ifanhas. v
set, N.Y, who Is charged with.
shooting to death an Algerian,
Is being held in Paris' Banto
prison for a trial that could :
result fa death on' the gullio.
tine. A well-informed source
reported that the French have
turned down an informal re
quest that they yield Jumdic-"

tion to the VS.- Army so that.

Mcosaer. could have a court-

martial instead of being trie!

Xrom cuU on the face and head, ,, la a French court



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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1357

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bencs For Next Fall's TV All Set;
Private Eyes, Music And Spectaculars

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By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Most oMbe plans for next fall's TV
are pretty well set now. There would seem to be three basic
trends a private eye trend, a music trend and a spectacular
trend. n

"v.

These are in addition to a few

that are continuing, notably the
western trend and the half-hour

film series trend. NBC has a big
hour-long western series, "Wagon
Train," which will have individual
stories featuring top stars each
week (Shelley Winters is the first)

all built around the same wagon
train neading west with a few con

tinuing players to give some small

continuity.

It's one of the network's chief

hopes for the '57 '58 season and
they emphasize that it is more

than just another wetern it's de

signed to be good first, western

second.

CrfllNES CLISE&V-Sun Movie V,)K)))G. ;
JOY BARMAN with Steve Allen? rThey don't take me seriously."

ll Got KlfiftmWAm, But

iR0ettmg;PfentyvQffTV Parts

She

tight

4- r, s -J .y

iain"Tnie--ine. oiuce, in

ftttiijCKjersey dress, raincoat

lllunfeiyer her arm and a. moth

w Md-kid sister in her wake; Her
'hair is platinum blonde and her

J leyes are-a' light blue, a baby blue.
vKer figure is like Jayne Mans Mans-j
j Mans-j field on a clear day.
j; Her nam? It doesn't matter
very much, at the moment, but
Jilt's Joy Harmsn e' on of
ountless girls using bit. parts on
JjTV as the ladder' up to fame anil
itiches and glory. You'vf aeenthis
Jj particular girl on Steve Allen's
,how, holding the pictures of the
iguests on next week's program,

and on Garry Moore s show and
Son some others.
- Joy Harman is 19.
JJj! She grew up wanting to be a
.Hollywood star, but a particular
Jfcind of Hollywood star a dra dra-H
H dra-H in a tic actress. Then something
happened which is making it very
JJHifficult for her to achieve that
I lofty aim she blossomed.
2! "1 don't look like a dramatic
cli'eils," she said, running her
riJ"rs through her platinum hair.
"P(pl seem to think of me at.
Jtmother Monroe or Mansfield,"
jjoy said, looking like another

Monroe or Mansfield. "They don't

"Jake me seriously."
i "My figure it a problem. At
the Steve. Alton show, thy mike
fc' me ge to tho dressing room whon
I I'm not rehearsing so the men
can got some work done."
f She has to carry that raincoat
'nd wear it, even on the hottest
todays, or people would be staring
and congregating. And, in school,

why lite boy were always at the
ddor of the classroom, lookine in

SHe .jiS s embarrassed ,, she'd

m looseriuiinK ciotnes. ;

'

At 15, she was doing summer
stock. At she was Miss Tab Tabbya
bya Tabbya promotion for a cat food

wnicn was the first pf an endless

string ot Miss titles she's won.
As for. actih.- she's takin les

sons. And. on Garry Moore' how

fk.l. i J Zi.i.

ouc a npycnrcu in nulls.

.n: t

one b kcllihe xnnwn ranin v as

me gin witn the best fimn n

TV. And. even thou eh it onr em.

oarrassea ner, she s s almost used
to it

I always played down my mea measurements,'
surements,' measurements,' she says. "I would
say I was only 38 around the bust.
But then Mansfield said that SHE
was 40 so I figured I should tell
the truth about myself."

These are lots- of nrivate eve

toHes comina. and music shows

featuring such talent as G I e I e

.c..enzit Frank Sinatra. Pat

Boom and Guy Mitchell.
But the big hope for improved

programming lies in the spectacu spectaculars
lars spectaculars or, as the networks prefer

to call them, one-shots. They feel
the name "spectacular" builds

nonme on much, often to a
nasty let-down.

o trample, already has

set 51 spec oops, one-shots for

next year, figuring on the basis

of a 39-week season, that's consid-

eraniy more than one a week
and that doesn't include CBS,
which is planning a few too.
Among NBC's one-shots coming
are a giant salute to General-Motors'
50th anniversary, a new ver version
sion version of "Pinocchio" starring Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Rooney, and a story Of Ameri

can women, featuring Mary Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. CBiJ has already Planned to

televise Paul Gregory's history

American music, -'crescendo.'

so. even inouenvvnn'rp snm fl

umes tempted, don throw the old
set away yet. Give it one more
chance. A ;

Since Sid Caesar's show went
off the air. stories- about how
herd no we tef work with have
started1 seeping out. Here's one
efcouf -. a tr- experience Jonathan

Winters had when th two come comedians
dians comedians worked togethor.
During a rehearsal, Winters, ad

libbed a good line. .Everyone

laughed but Sid. Caesar said,

quietly but firmly, "There'll be no

ad' libbing on my show." Winters

thought he was kidding. That

night he met Jackie Gleason and

told him about the incident. Glea

son assured him that Caesar was
not ; kidding, that he permitted no
deviation from the script, except
by himself and Carl Reiner. So

Winters played it to the t letter.

Among the coming rash of priv private
ate private eye series is dne which is not
a private eye series. It's "Meet
McGraw," already started over

NBC but it isn't merely a sum

mer replacement. The Prank

Love joy series is theoretically a

permanent fixture on the network.

Loveioy himself had a lot to do

with creating the McGraw charac character,
ter, character, at least as far as TV is con

cerned. And. while- McGraw does

things private eyes are supposed
to do, he's never called one. He's
called a trouble-shooter, instead,
which it; this case amounts to the

same thing.
But McGraw, as Lovejoy pic

tures him, is a gentleman. And
he's a real man, in that he doesn't

always win the fight and doesn t

always get the girl.
"He's not a tough guy," says

FRANK LOVEJOY: Why can't
';f jrentlema,n be avjieror

-vry, who Isn't tough guy,
either.; ? Them's no reason why
grtstleman can't be herb. .A
toughguy, after el,.,i just
bully. McGraw gets beaten in
f'.?htJ H- lon' rry a gun.
: 'And there's no, reason "Why a

fictional detective .haiWi. '.

predatory jdwt, always c n s i'g

average win De pretty much

wuat mine was ana most fellows'

average is around .002 or mavhp

up to .300."

Colombian Jurists

in Investigation

Of-Ousted Officials

.' BOGOTA, ."Colombia. July 6
(UP)T-The Military Government
Junta has vested wide powers on
a bi-partisan commission to conr

duct a tnorough investigation or
alleged corruption among offi

cials of the ousted Gusjtavo Ro Ro-jas
jas Ro-jas Pinilla dictatorship.

sucn. powers were believed to

be without precedent to Colom
blan history since they will per
mlt the investigators to act a

gainst officials who : heretofore

could be Judged only befone the

4.

The commission; was also em

powered to act against Army of
fleers who nil, to now were sub

Ject only to military lustice.;

Two prominent Jurists, Anibal
Cardoso Gaitan' a Liberal, and
Arturo Taplas Pllonieta, a Con Conservative,
servative, Conservative, had Emnouncea 'thev

wouia resign as tne two ttientberB
of the Investigating commission
unless they wef-e giveff adeauate

cowers lo carry ;out JAeir; tasK.

Nothing 's :Lc J)
About Hi-Los

r-.

The Hi-Los. 1. iu r.

rmmmfi ao-asser, morse ana Barrourhs

I

By"DlCR"(CtINER-::

i

The commission was expected
to proceed' now. to nrnh intrt

charges that some of the high highest
est highest ranklnK members bt the. Ro-

jas pinilla dictatorship enriched

uiemseiyes luegauy while In of-

his Jil-ttf and -Swears that the fol following
lowing following LP's, nlaverl rnntiniinnslv

NEW YORK (NEA) Talk lo 'kept him comfortable:

anyone in the music business to-! Oeccns "Musical Holiday In the
J... J 11 ..1 -.I-.. . ..1 ( ...

uav aim me cunversauon win ai-:AiDS. raui wesion s -iarinnean

most amomaticauy take one pre- Cruise;1 trankie Carle s "Medi-

destined course -r-the abnormally terranean Cruise;" June 'Christy's

ww state pt music, except tor tne f Kierting t'ooi;" Jem Adams'

Hi-Los. i . -V'lt'i Xool Inside," and Ken Grif-

.mesu are iour young men wno mrs "cruising wown- me niver.

Five Negro Youths

jw.i.jixrw'Jm QIT 1 l.u) mill iii
UliU'rk
jy"!? J Y j. Winter
. i v. '.

And she leaned forward
imparted the great secret.
"I'm 41," she said.

and

"Now. dear,
her mother.

you're 4m," said

Today Encanto .35, .20
June Allyson In
YOU CANT KIN AWAY
FROM IT"
In Cinemascope!
Rory Calhoun in
"UTAH BLAINE"

Today IDEAL 25 .15
Double in Cinemascope!
Marlon Brando in
Teahouse of August Moon"
Jennifer Jones In
Barrets ef Wimpole St.

41

"Oh, mother, really! I'm only

"I measured you just last week
-41V4."
"41."

And so on. But, give or take a
half-inch, Joy Harman is getting
to be a big girt
When she was 12. she wa hi

100. uut then it was around the

,miaaie she was, as she put it,
"simply fat."
"The teacher would ask us what

we wanted to be,- she says, "and
I would say an actress. My friends
would laugh. And I'd say, 'Well,
there are all kinds of actresses
I'll be a fat actress." But it was
just baby fat and I'm not fat any
more."
'
With that, she picked np her
raincoat and her mother and kid

sister and left. You could still

near uim talking about that half-inch.

TODAY &
Tomorrow!

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What Franlf T.nvninv umli

for his two children I Judv i. 14'anH

Steve is 12) to be able to watch

toe snow.
"This may sound highflown." he

says, "but I don't know the words
to say it any better I want my
kids to see my show, and I don't
want to be ashamed of it."

So McGraw will be a gentleman
at all times. Lovejoy admits this is

an experiment And, if the experi experiment
ment experiment fails?
"If it fails." he shrues. "Mcfirsw

wiU become a private eye, like
all the rest."

Frank Lovtiov hat Ann mlnni

problum with "Meet McGraw."

One of his sponsors is a home per permanent
manent permanent manufacturer. Since he

got the sponsor after he made

some of the films, he'll have to go
back and re-Shoot One scene in an

early wpisode it shows a girl
under a dryer in a beauty narlor

and the sponsor would blow a pin pin-curl
curl pin-curl if that got on the air.

In Rescue Attempt
LEESVILLE, a July 6 (UP)
Five Negro youthsjwent single
file to their deaths here Thurs Thursday
day Thursday In efforts to rescue a sixth
victim who accidentally fell n n-to
to n-to the water from a fishing boat.
The Fourth of July tragedy

occurred while the boatload of

young people, -ranging In age
from 8 to 20, fished in Lake An An-acoco
acoco An-acoco located midway between

Leesville and the Texas border.

State police and the sheriff's
office recovered the bodies from
the 20-foot deep spillway water.
The 'victims were Identified by

Sheriff John Craft as Reginald

Runnells, ft, and his brother,
Freddie- Ray. Runnells, 12;

Charles Sylvester Martin, 8, and
his brother George Ray Martin,
9; Louise Addison, 14, and Frank

Prim, 20. x
Craft said one of the young youngsters
sters youngsters fell into the laker from
the 12-foot flat boat. A com companion
panion companion jumped in to rescue
him. Both went down. Another
youngster plunged .into the
water to save the second. He
floundered and drowned.

came out of the. West, and broueht

new life and new musicianship to

tne nein of quartet singing.: U hey

Walctilt got so entranced bv the

Idea that.. he wants to get more

titles of such keep cool music.

are good and they can sing almost He-avs he'll give free diamond

any hung from jazz, to Bach chor-needles to the compilers of the
ales. "i uv." ii i sent to him
From left to right they are Gene at Suite 1119, 527 Madison Ave.,

ruerung uarn uurrougns, a o b xsewxorx a, n.x.

airassur ana uoo Morse. The two

Bobs are the His (physically tall)

ana ijrene ana Clam are Los.
Puerling and Strasser are from
Milwaukee, the others from Cali

fornia.. All had choir training, all
were oros individually before they

"And we decided, when we team teamed
ed teamed up," says Clark, "to sing the

best we know how

If we couldn't make the grade the times.":

tnai way, aaas liene, "we saia

Kate Smith admits that she's
modernized her style, Ht.- new
Capitol LP, "Kate Smith.',' is a
good sample of the new Miss" S.
"Ted Collins,'my partner;' and
manager," Kate says, "told me to
be sure to keep my own ringing
style, but to insert some phrasing
in the modern vein. This ,1 have

'""e. I beneve in-keeping up with

we'd go into some other business

They've made the grade of
course, but it wasn't easy. Thoy

spent six months rehearsing.

DICK'S PICK: -.Rum M 1 1 1 e r
could be the next big smash. Lis

ten to his "I Sit In My Window"
(VIP). Others.- "Another, Man

Three of them lived tootther Gone" (June Veil), RCA);. "Love
(Morse, the holdout, lived by him-In the Afternoon" (Woody Her Herself
self Herself end worked with a smell men, Verve); "Sixteen". (Joy

Diana Dors, The Clean H-Bomb
From England Comes To The
Bella Vista On Wednesday

S

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Caret Reed has cone It a rain! The krtlliaat direeter et
"Th Third Man" and Trapes" has aehleved a memorable
and moving film with "A RID FOR TWO FARTHINGS," an
entirely fascinating study of human emotions which will
tench tho heart ef the most churlish; a rich blend of
langhter and tears which combines sparklinr wit. first first-elam
elam first-elam acting- and an aproriout "ameont ef happiness.
' A RID FOR TWO FARTHINGS U ent ef the meet Wan Wan-tlral
tlral Wan-tlral plctares ever made, which Introduces U the pablle the
rlamnreat firm res ef Diana Dors, the English Marllya Men Men-roe
roe Men-roe who will seduce everybody with her enthralling looks
and wenderfal acting. Co-etarrinf with her yea'U ae Celia
lehnsMi, David Kessoff, Joe Robinson, Prima Camera. Brea Brea-da
da Brea-da de Bansie and the child elar Jonathan Ashmere.
A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS, filmed 1. tovy East East-wAlLyir'
wAlLyir' East-wAlLyir' released a-Wedaeadar at Tear sella

V1327A THCATKE.

combo), with Burroughs' doing the

cooking; 1 1 v

"We spent six months eating tu-

Leyne, Mercur ): "An Affair To

Remember" (ViVionne, VIP);

silver bands ( The en

nafish casserole and lamb ribs and non Sisters, Brunswick);. "From

inexpensive stuff like that." Clark

says, x'erhaps because of his cook cooking
ing cooking experience, he's now the only
married Hi-Lo. r
The work paid off. After one false
start ir4hey went with a record
company that promptly folded
they've come on strong. Now they
are regulars with Rosemary Clo Clo-oney's
oney's Clo-oney's TV show, they make rec
ords, they're big hits in clubs and
on TV. One reason is that they'll

sing anything anytnmg gooa.
"We're determined," says Stras Strasser
ser Strasser ? ''not to be stereotyped or ea

Wnftoftd:-We've iuntf iarz and baU

ld nojoik- aongs ana--jsacs;

Chorales;" '
At the moment, they're planning

an album of flacn cnoraies, as

well as one with a background

chorus of children. And they want
to do a Broadway musical. They

are aiming Hi.
The following recipe for keeping
cool isn't' recommended unreserv

edly but, it did work for the in inventor.
ventor. inventor. Robert Walcutt, president

of the Walco Diamond Needle Co.,
got trapped in his office during
the recent hot spell with a balky

air-conditioner. But he did have I cover.

ims Moment on iTtn Pour
Grade, Liberty); "Shenandoah
Rose" (Jack Hilloran Singers,
RCA)i "A Thousand Lies" (Clno -Telll,
Cembrie.) . 4
Shows and such on new albums
RCA's "New Girl In Town", has
some rousing Bob .Merrill .songs,
well done by Owen Verdon, TloU
ma Ritter Co.; ''Africana Suite"
on Decca features Marais and Mi
rend doing the musical -accom

paniment they devised for the
Broadway PlayS "Too Late the
Phalaroper Paul Winchell and his
dunvmv i Jerry Mahoney. .sing a

aew aversion r oi "Jpinocchio? on
Decca that liasvs some delightful
moments; RCA's "Lena Horne At

the Waldorf Astoria" lias the
excitement o f : a r 1 n g s 1 d a

table while Miss Horne performs.

Classical vocal treats two new

Camden re-releases worth, noting

are Geraldine Fairer as "Car

men" and "The Art of.Bidu Sa-

yao," two glorious voices that art
always delightful to hear. Angel

has a first recording of an old one

act opera by Rousseau, "Le Devin :

Du village," wnicn has some- ly

rical moments teat are lun to dit

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- to right arc Myron Fisher, Elton Todd, Thomas E. Oglesby, Matilde Villaver, de, sub-director, .Hercilia Q. Montllla, director of the school Scollay Moore,
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Rests Senate For
Corning Filibuster
WASHINGTON. Julv 6 fUP)

The Senate, which expects to lock
in a draw-out civil rights fill fill-buster
buster fill-buster nejtt week, -yesterday' set

au example, oi urevKjViH v

The Chamber has no business

on tap but its rules required a

session
- When it' convened at noon; Sen

Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.) rapped
his gavel and the clerk read a
one-sentence letter front President

fro Tern Carl Hayden (D Ariz.)
authorising Mansfield, to preside.
, Mansfield promptly adjourned
the Senate until Monday noon
when the civil rights filibuster is
scheduled to get underway.
Elapsed time: 12 seconds.

;SATNaVarRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Safina...

the BIG ironing

aid in the tittle box.

Shown, left

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AOlTOFBRITAIfiW

'k I 1 yf clll fk r

1

I For the jaded Londoner there is

. no finer tonic than a treK norm

wards by road, rail or au1 across
the border into Scotland. In next

to no time he is transplanted from

" his citfcage, or from the homely
- domesticity of London's i nearer

countryside, to. the ""land, of the

mountain- and the floods x

The poet who so described this

aeieciaDie region -. was,. u ue,
- iwanfinc his lvre in the days be:

' fore Scotland had developed her
flourishing modern industries,? but

vthe wordtfcan still stand.; .So can
. his Impassioned appeal to, "Cale-

i: rfnnia stern and Tvild.'.thoufih ma

; ny a rqmanticvajley is now a coal-

. field ana tne torrents-are .Harness-

ed to Scotland's tar-reacmng ny

dro-electric power schemes..

" GROWTH- OF; MECH4MSATI0N
- Trt week's -tourae; I made !ref

N cently through" the rural Highlands
' after -an absehceof seven years,

' if was the growth f meehanisa-

tion that strucr me mostorciDiy.
On all sides the farm tractors
were scrambling across the hill
(ace drawing ploughs and Other

appliances over grouna wnicn was

' funct- farm horse. In the richer

' -n a rt C nf the country mechanisa-

': tion has pushed up. grain produce

" tion by 30 per cent in tne pasi xweu xweu-i
i xweu-i l ty years., Many of the loneliest

crofts now draw electricity irom
,the National Grid.' in a once be be-'
' be-' Tiishted corner of North East Ab-

, rHpenshire I sat in a farmhouse

I res off England's south coast by
. television, an impossibility;, before

the arrival, 01 eiecinc.y'v-.i
The Highlander has.convmcingly

. nisnrnvpii liik uuuuu uim ao o v

1 rautious and sceptical ? where

mpthndft 'jm concerned.. A re

' nnrt hv th new Crofters CommiS'

' sion commends the versatility and

skill of the -crotter popuiauou,
whether in building with wood or
hanrilinff hnaU. OT-. in

; learning rapidly to: manage the
powered machines Which are being
' used -on publio worker -contracts.
. Now s the; Highlander gets mV re reward
ward reward with the Government deci decision
sion decision to spend more than 13,000,000
- pounds in : the 'comingv year on

Higbiana eaucauon, neauu, iuics
try, housing and Services ranging

' from forest lire-precautions to

.' Th ueoole are playing 5 their

' iarf Tn mention : one .instance.

there is the world famous Harris,
-Tweed industry much of -it car car-:
: car-: ried on in the crofters homes.. It

, ha iutt achieved an all. time out

put record having stamped over

6,500,000 yard of ctotn, ,an m-
f 781.000 over the previ-

. UUI JMIc' f

output went to, ratrReu overseas.

. tinrthern tret were vueen. x-uz

beth H's first Journey by a Comet
II tet aircraft to the Royal Air

1 Force fighter station at Leuchars,
in the Scottish county of Fifeshire,
and the sailing of the new 52,000 52,000-ten
ten 52,000-ten Cunard liner Sylvania from the
rvAm on her maiden voyage to

Canada. r-:v-.-r
After cruising northwards at 450
miles an hour, the tjueen and the
Puke of Edinburgh loomed down
on the Leuchars runway to in inspect
spect inspect Britain's latest guided mis missiles,
siles, missiles, including the air-to-air Fire Fire-streak
streak Fire-streak and the ground-to-air Bipod
hound. On the return flight to Lon
don the Queen sat for 15 minutes
in the second pilot's aeat ,,

and Sylvania at Liverpool, Cunard
can now offer six sailings a month

to anaaa with brand new ships

Though, no more than a happy
coincidence, this comes at an ap appropriate
propriate appropriate moment : with 4he! Unlted
Kingdom Government's decision to

grant us a travel allowance of 100

pounds a year to spend in Canada

and the United States, in addition

to extra amounts for business trav-

yei ixt, these dollar areas.

Meanwhile the Scottish newsna

pers seized the chance to tell of

Scotland's, many Jinks with Cana

da, dome are oased on sentiment
because so manv of Scotland's anna

pioneered Canada's economy from

the earliest days of the Hudson
DaM i: . 1 -11

oaj ruiuuii yuu, uiuers are e e-minently
minently e-minently practical, because Scot Scotland
land Scotland possibly more, than any oth other
er other country, is in a position to be benefit
nefit benefit : from .Canada's tremendous

industrial progress, producing ma-

njr ot tne wings mat panada needs.
To extract and handle her ereat

natural, weaitn in metais ana otn

her minerals Canada reauires min

ing ana similar machinery of the

sort that has. won Scotland a Jong
established reputation. Forestrp- e-

quipment is anotner Canadian oe-

imandi and food products,- too.

iToof of this came from Canada

the other day with the bieeest-ev-

er order of its kind 19,000 cases
of the celebrated Dundee marma

lade. V ., J

What Scotland can do with

marmalade,", said the "Scotsman"
newspaper,, "she can do with count

less other products, to the benefit

of herself .and that land .across the

seas in Which so many of her

countrymen have found p a new

life." -jCvtv v-.''.v

Nighttime
In N; York

HAPPY X)IVCIDENCr

v A ; 750th ANNIVERSARY r
The Scottish shipyards' are rieht-

ly jubilant these : days. but 4here

is friendly rivalry from 'Liverpool,
England, where' the Cammell Laird
shipbuilding company has just Jet
off a warwhoop to the -tune of ov over
er over 20,000,000., This is. for a scheme
to build tankers, uo to the colon-1

hsai.weignt 01.100,000 tons. A new

ary aocK tor the purpose will be
ready early int he 1960s.
- Liverpool bp -the war. is .' this

month celebrating the 750th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the granting of her

first charter, by King John. Mid-
A1 l. II n

way lurougn xne lesuvuies vueen
Elizabeth the' Queen Mother will

visit the city on June 25, The Lord
Mayor has invited, every Lord

Mayor in Britain to a dinner, and

no aouDi tney wiu annx toasts to
Montreal- New York and all those

other cities across the, waters in intimately
timately intimately linked with Liverpool by
the invisible strands created by

...

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LONDON -1, --A" BiJUsh fore'-

man Joiner, Jack Palmer, leaves

Britain for the United States

this month to supervise the in

stallatlon of s two", carved oak

screens which his firm has
made for. Washington; DC
Cathedral -r .'

By DONALD S. ROCKWILL-

.Wendy Hiller. Franchot T"o n e

and Cyril Cusack co-star brilliant

ly m-one of the greatest plays 01
the current season, master crafts craftsman
man craftsman Eugene O'Neill's superb dra drama,
ma, drama, 'Moon for the Misbegotten;"
Tenderness and passion are skil

fully interwoven through the dia

log, frobing uncomprimisingly in

to the minds and hearts of the

unforgettable characters created
by his genius, the Nobel p r i 1 e-

winner turned stark realism into

moonlight maglc.,v i

Eisenhower Mounts Quarterhorse,
Golf Cart In Gettysburg Weekend

.The screens were designed by

Herbert Read, the principal of

St Sldwell's rt works after a

visit to Washington and made
fw m am atrlll nft,min

7t needed trip through Scot-j sut "Exeter, one of them la 12 feet

For a delightful change from
American and continental cuisine,

riniana uouse at m .ast sum, un under
der under the expert direction of aff a-

ble Erkki Viitanen, offers? a re re-warding
warding re-warding : experience in the f 1 n e

art ot'wvw..&-'v,-r:.9,;:
After helping yourself to a wfde

.VMleiar.tsmpttodeneirtjie -at--the
smorgasbord table, you may

select irom tne many interesting
and delicious Finnish soecialties

on the menu, including Shrimps a

Ja Finland" House: a flavorful trW

umph .01 culinary : achievement.

Bar, cocktail lounge and dining

room are appealing in tasteful

simplicity of appointments and de

cor.: (Jniflue brass lighting fixtures

vl uiuuci uisiic rinmsn assign

complement tne attractive wall

treatment. t.

"The Clown Prince of B a' 1 e-

ball," likable Al Schacht.. former

pitcner and coach, veteran of 27

World Series and many All Star

games, still the number one en

tertainer of the diamond. and your

genial nost at ai schacht s on

East 52nd off. Park Avenue, start

ed his successful restaurant., ven

ture as -the result of a hundred-

dollar bet Zi:;-

Famous fot the' too duality

steaks served' in. his popular,-' at

tractiveiy designed eating .estab

lishment he personally- buys the
finest prime cuts of meat obtain obtainable,
able, obtainable, .and is justly proud of his

delicious salad dressing, made
r rw 1 j . ..

Despite his comic fole with the

huge -ball glove, his m 0 1 1 is:

"When it comes to food, J am not

clowning." versatile Al ,1s in de demand
mand demand as an after-dinner speaker.

and has entertained troops in 850
shows on eight overseas tours. He

has authored a humorously divert-j

ing autobiography, rMy Own Far
ticular Screwball." :.r .

A memorable night in the South
Seas may be yours at the popu

lar' Hawaiian Room" in H o t 1

Lexington, where, yon dine, dance

ana are entertained in an authen authentic
tic authentic tropical setting, of b a m b 0 0.

palms and orchids. JCven the table tablecloths
cloths tablecloths are of genuine colorful ta taps
ps taps fa brie, from the islands, of the

ricmc. .'
The elaborate menu lists temot

ing Polynesian, East Indian and

American dishes with fascinating

names, some- served in pineap

ples ana coconuts, other, over an

open nerD fire, tableside.

Delicious dinner or after-thea

ter supper specialties i a c I u d e

chicken momi in oineaDDle husk.

Hournedos of beef S a 0 g e n and

flaming, snow mountain a o o-nique
nique o-nique dessert of assorted fruit

embedded in a frozen cone : sur surmounted
mounted surmounted by a cup of, burning rum
to dip them in. 1
. The drink offers a provocative
choice of such alluring South Sea
refreshers as surf rider swizzle.

coconut Willie and Polynesian fire.

GETTYSBURG. Pa.. Julv t

iur; resident fiisennower, who
mav have been a little stiff from

his horseback ride' Thursday, stay

ed -out- of the saddle yesterday
and did all of his ridintf on a

golf cart ;

He also witnessed a near acci

dent between two other cars as

he arrived at Gettysburg County

Club for an afternoon round of

golf with j two : neighbors s and

weekend. guest. But : Eisenhower

neven was in danger himself.

He normally golfs here in the
early morning and his - absence
front: the links this morning gave
rise to? speculation that he was
feeling the effects of his horie-

dsck noe yesterday, t

: If so, he showed no signs.- of

the stiffness this afternoon. He did.

however, walk a bit at the atart

of the 'game, possibly to limber

up, oetore-mounting his golf cart

Just before be- arrived; at s the

course,, state police halted a car
on the., highway .to i permit ,he
President's limousine to turn "in "into
to "into v the clubj-ehtrancelAi second
cap pulled ver f the hill and

Screeched to a stop behind the

first car, Just as the President's at his farm.

car was pulling into the drive.
There was no damage to either
car and police, did not file an ac accident
cident accident report.
Eisenhower golfed with George
E. Alln and (Brigj Gen. Arthur
S. Nevus, his Gettysburg neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, and H B. Alton Jones, a
Cities Service executive from New
York City Jones and his wife ar arrived
rived arrived t the farm today for a
weekend as guests of the Eisen Eisenhowers.?
howers.? Eisenhowers.? 7 '.''

.As tha foursome teed, off.'Allenl

oriDDiea ms drive down the fair fairway,
way, fairway, much to the amusement of
the President who called out "shin

ahoy." tt.

fcarner. while takuiff som tirae.

tice swings, .Eisenhower called

witn a grin ,. to . golf pro Dick
Sleiehter and some caddies who
were clustered around the tee:
''Are you people agoing to move

or .wouia you lute to get lithit?''

mey moved. ; .-

Late yesterday. Eisenhower sur

prised 'newsmen gathered here by

uwuui auuui 1111 iirm 00 one OI
the two quarterhorse given to
him last year. It 'was tha. ..firt

time he bad been known to ride

T

Billy Graham Offers Own Life
y '.' -''..I'-'J- :..".---"..'jff'Jv.'- .h
jii Bid For Spiritual Revival

"Si'j-V

,"KEW YORK. July .6 (UP)-Bil-

ly .Gmham said solemnly Thurs

day- night that tne need ior a

"true spiritual revival" in Amer

ica is so urgent mat ne wouia oe

wuung'. to give his hie for such a

causes

'The38-yeaf l old evangelist. In

probably the most, emotional ser

mon he has preached during pis

New f York; crusader said a great
cloud .V- of :' "moral deterioration"
had descended upon America.

.-"I'm tired, weary ahd w o r n,

said Graham, who has lost more

than 12 pounds since .his crusade

began-May 15 "The pressures of

this crusade nave been unbeliev

ably "difficult,. But I'm willing to
give -ray- life, ready to die in New
York- to see a true soiritual reviv

al far New York and, America." ;

: Graham s pledge which eame
at the and of a-mrmon en pa pa-triofitm
triofitm pa-triofitm and religion, seemed -to
affect Ms audience profoundly.
The .service took on the aspects:
of en etd4ime revival meatintv
'"'Are 'jrou willing to give your

live to make this crusade the be

ginning of a1 mighty revival hv
America?" Graham asked his 16-.

000 listeners in Madisom Square

Garden. A chorus of "yes" arose

from every part of the huge

sports arena. ..

Then tirabam asked au those

willing to dedicate themselves to

his. crusade's 'success and a "re

generation of; religious feeling in
America" to stand and pray si silently
lently silently with him. Nearly everyone
stood: qp. .... .! .'- f :v j

tor lew moments, there was
great hush over the audience.

Then; the sound of wailing a a d

sobbing came up from several a a-reas
reas a-reas of the garden. -A man shout

ed "Hallelujah!" A woman "start

ed shouting and waving her arms
about and had to be subdued. :? j

In his sermon.. Graham said I

that America was right 'in fear

ing Russia and the H-bomb "In

ica is. very much, like Rome in Its I

iasi uayt, wnen ine decay -,wa&

seuing in.".: ;
In many 'other ways, Graham

said,. America is 'showinc ilm

of moral blight; 'Our future is

oeing threatened by raCiaL strife.

uiie vi. me cuggest DiacK eyes, to

nmerica aoroaa,"- ie said.. "It s
time for us to come to thn'fnnt nt

the cross as brothers. We m u s t
wipe away, the false idea of: ra racial
cial racial superiority. ;. t i ),:'

This is our crisis hour, njy be beloved
loved beloved Americans," Graham jaid.
"I'm alarmed. Mv heart u h AIVV

I pray, 'Oh God, Oh God,.,: spare
AmericsP And New York! and

America can, be spared, but: only

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of

land to discover the people's pride
in the Sylvania. She makes the
fourth of a sparkling quartet. She

uu ncr aiaicr aiAonis. ivrrou v m.. i

.and Carinthia-an four completed TTL .1 JZZZi li

hlgh and 13 leet wide and will
be known as the -yrar Shrine
Screen. It la double-elded to

at the John (Brown shipyards with

in three years represent the big biggest
gest biggest order ever given by a ship
.owning company to one firm of
shipbuilders. As one Scot was care careful
ful careful to point out to me. the liner
Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth
came from the same yard.
With Ivernia and Saxonia bas-

made of naturally-seasoned Eng

llsh and Australian oak In ng-t

lish Ootlile style.
Fitted glass cupboards 'win
bold the rolls of honor. The oth

er screen a portal screen

The pleasing revue. "Hawaiian ho-1 tha hancia of atavehasath and

liday," presents Sam Makisr and I mad -man like Khrvahchev."'

the islanders, with graceful naH "But it'i our own moral dete dete-tive
tive dete-tive dancers and the s m thiriorstion we should be more wor-

rhythms of Johnny Coco's rehes-.ried about," Graham said.. "Hon-1

tra, to which you also may dance

before ami after ue ahow.

out work for churches, through

out tne worm and has; restored
woodwork In Exeter's world-famous
11th century cathedral.
Palmer haa been employed by
the firm founded in 1 488 for
37 yean. As often happens tn
this hi ehly-sk tiled craft he fol-

will be placed at the entrance of lowed his father who waa a

the south transept s 'carver with the same firm for 42'sesaed

d st Southampton, and Carinthia The Exeter firm haa carried jears.

esty and truthfulness have been
thrown out the window in Ameri America.
ca. America. The nation is 6n a mad whirl
of pleasure seeking, ; licentious licentiousness,
ness, licentiousness, amusement-chasing, cheat cheat-ing
ing cheat-ing and alcoholism.
"Lying is the. accepted rule la

business today. There are too
many men in Congress who care

naught for the welfare of the aa

Uoa but only for their personal

popularity.

Our people have become ob-

witb tex. You must have

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JTAGE FOUR

THE SUND Ax AMERICAN
wcial ;an

By Staff

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...eorrav niTR parW

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. r A rniV nn fhursdav are (left to right) C.Z. Governor William E. FOiter, presiaeuu
5f fh! SlcaJ ?SocieU tfWitt Oltf, the First Lady of Panama Mrs. Ernesto
'J ?e a GSdlaC j", "SeSto de la Gua rdia, Jr., Mrs. Julian F. Harrington; and th.
United States Ambassador Julian Flske Harrington. .

VENEZUELAN INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATED
VITH EMBASSY BECEPTION ON FRIDAY

r The Ambassador of Veneiuela Esteban Chalbaud Cuio-
na and Mrs. Cardon entertained with a gala reception at
the Embassy residence Friday evening on the occasion of
. the 148tli anniversary of the Declaration of Independence
I ySSSnt the Diplomatic Corps' and officials of the
i Panamanian Government were among those who offered
congratulations to the Ambassador on this anniversary.

;SRamsoy-WalU
v Cngaf ernont
. Jknneuncod
Mrrf. Erwin F. Sa
lejv of Margarita, announced the
i bnment of their daughter,
Nancy Ann, to Mr. RolUn W
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Waite, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
Waite of Macedonia. Ohio.
r Miss Ramsey graduated from
Cristobal men cnooi
with the!
class of 1952 and attended Min
neapolis Business College. She is
presently employed by the Navi
gation Division of the Panama
J Canal Company.
Mr. wane received his B. S.
degree in Electrical Engineering
from Case Institute of Technolo
gy, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1945 un under
der under the V-12 program. He is a
member of Tau Beta Pi, scholas
tic iriternity; Eta Kappa Nu,
honorary electrical engineering
fraternity; Theta' Tau, honorary en engineering
gineering engineering fraternity; Blue Key, an
honorary activities, society; and
Beta Theta Pi, social fraternity.
He received his MS decree in e-
lectricai Engineerinjf from Case.
After serving in the Navy, Mr.
Waite became an instructor in E E-lectrical
lectrical E-lectrical Engineering at Case In Institute
stitute Institute of Technology in 1946 and
since 1952 has been Assistant to
the Dean of the 'Undergraduate
School.
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Mr. and Mrs. Delmas A. Swat
ford of Balboa announce the en
gagement of their daughter Pa
iricia L. Swafford to Mr. Ernest
L. Biagi Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Krnest L. Biaei of Clenside, Pa.
Miss Swafford attended Bob
Jones University of Greenville,
South Carolina.
Ernest Biaei Jr. attended East
em Baptist college. t St. David's
J ana recently returned irom
Eurooe. where he studied the Ita
lian language at the University of
Florence.
He is presently employed as as
sistant manager o tne Biagi Tra
vel Agency, ulenside.
..The weuuing is planned for the
spripg in the First Baptist Cnurcti,
balboa Heights.
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The Card Geoup of the Balboa
Woman's Uud met on Thursday,
June 28 at the Fort Amador Ofti-
cers' Open Mess with Mrs. V. K
Wetzel and Mrs. W. A. Daniels
as hostesses. Thirty-six ladies en
joyed, defcert and conee and the
atiernoon of cards.
Those attending were, Mas-
dames Kongable, Johnson, Luce,
Tarte. Bourgeous Ruppel, Clark,
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MISS NANCY ANN RAMSEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwln
TP. Ramsey of Margarita is engaged to Mr, Rollin W. Waite, son
of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Waite of Macedonia, Ohio.

US Court Of Appeals Voids Order
Forcing 5th Amendment Testimony

WASHINGTON. July 6 (UP)
I he U.S. Court of Appeals yester
day voided a federal court order
requiring former government offih
cial Harold Giasser and three
others to testify before Senate in
vestigators without benefit of the
Fifth Amendment.
The court did not rule on the
constitutionality of the 1954 im
munity law. It merely told the
Senate Internal Security subcom
mittee to follow a, procedure other
than that originally planned in
trying to force Ulasser and the
others to testify. (
Under th law, a congrosslorK
I committue may grant Immu Immunity
nity Immunity from prosecution to a wit witness
ness witness who refutes to testify on
grounds that he might tend to
incriminate himself In such
cases the 'Witness invokes the
Fifth' Amendment to the Conrtl Conrtl-tution.
tution. Conrtl-tution. '- r'
To force the witness to testify.
the committee may go before a
federal judge and ask him to is
sue an order requiring the, wit
ness to appear and testily. The
witness', testimony may not be
used against him, however.
The Senate subcommitee obtain
ed Such an order last April from
District Judge David A. Pine in
the cases of Giasser. a former
Treasury Department economist,
and three persons livinar in Hawaii
Robert McElrath, Myer C. Su-
minds and Wilfred Oka.
Giasser refused to answer ques
tions about, the Harry Dexter
White case. The others invoked
the Fifth Amendment when asked
about labor, affairs in Hawaii.
Armed with Judge Pine s order.
the subcommittee planned to call
the four, ask them questions, and
if they still invoked the Fifth
Amendment, grant them immuni
ty from any prosecution and force
them to testily.
The Appeals Court ruled una.
nimously that the subcommittee
should, not have sought the Pino
order until, it recalled the wit wit-nessee
nessee wit-nessee end offered them immu immunity.
nity. immunity. 1f thay baltod, e court
order should than be sought; the
court held.
JudgeTine issued the order af
Clinchard, Eppley, Smouse, Ad Ad-ler,
ler, Ad-ler, McBrearty. Brooks. Schilling,
j Wilcox, Merchant, Bolton, Casey,
Johnstone, Saarinene, Euper Pen Pennington,
nington, Pennington, Irwin, Allen, Zitzmann,
Beshara, Lacy, Tamm, Aanesen,
Wetzel and Daniels.
(Continued on Page 7)

Be on the lookout for
.
Monday's edition of this
newspaper for news about
an EXTRAORDINARY
CONTEST.
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ter a hearing at which he would

not let the witnesses -themselves
appear to protest. t
The Appeals Court ruled that
they should have been allowed to
appear,
Five of the judges said t h a t
thev could onlv appear td chal
lenge purely procedural matters
such as whether the committee
was legally constituted.
They said the witnesses' couldn't
challenge whether or not they
could be granted immunity until
they were given it, still refused to
testify, and were cited, lor con
tempt of Congress.
The Supreme Court has upheld
another; section of the same law
providing immunity for grand ju
ry witnesses. This is the first test
case of the law: as used by. con
gressional committees..
5
Induslrital Slocks;
Many Specialties
Move To Hew High
NEW YORK, July 0 (UP)-Dup-lkating
their pre-holiday feat on
an oniy slighuy reduced scale,
stocks today moved to new highs
for the year with, individual gains
ranging to four points or more
and an overall rise in market vaW
ues of around one billion dollars
Metal and steel shares, chem
icals and drugs, selected oil
stocks, gUss issues and a shot of
specialties were marked up harp harp-ly
ly harp-ly in a thin market which reject rejected
ed rejected the absence of many lon
Volume dipped --to 2,240,000'
000.
Industrial
sales held the lime-
light

it with their rise of 3.64 poinu';""8. 4"h ik 7l? f
516.89 in the Dow-Jones aver-iH,1? S -cl,Ub frlC5
. h-i.'ho. .u.. i j J If West had simply ke

to
age, their best since last Aug. Id,
and not far from the' all-time high
521. 05 set on April 6, 1956.
Rails and utilities were firm
wth gains of .89 to 148.36 and .37
to 71.32,. respectively.
Bulk of the volume came in a
few issued Allegheny Ludlum,
virtue oi a zr,eoo snare sale;
Bethlehem Steel on late activity;
Avco manufacturing, Reylon and
Chrysler.
Copper shares, reflecting hopes
for a better price situation, scor scored
ed scored gaines ranging to 3 point i in
Kennecott, 2 in Magma. Steels,

v 'If

Each notle for Incluiion la thta
cofumn ihould b ubmittid in
typt-wittin form and maitad
the boa numbar liftad daily in 'So- '..
: cial and Othtrwiia,"-ar dclivartd
bv htnd to tha oHict. Notieat of
' matting cannot ba accaptad by
talcphona. 'in ..,
Card Croup t 1
To.Mijat ,lt ? 4 . ,'
Thilrtday ,
The Card Grain for the Balboa
Woman's Club will meet Thursday
at 12:30 p.m. at the. Wirz Memo
rial building.: Those planning to
attend are asked, to 'call Mrs.
Louise Merchant 2f3317.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Blanche
Schilling, Mrs. Maude Clinchard
and Mrs,, Louise Merchant.
loyal RH
Lodge Meat
The Loyal Bell Lodge No. 10386,
G.U.O. ol 0;F. will convene Jn a
special meeting at their Lodge
Hall on 20 Jfcreet Central; tomor-,
row ai b:ou p.m.
All' members of the Lodge along
With members, of the i Evertrrenn
LodgeC No. 10241 and the Lilly of
Paraiso Lodge No. 8714. are re
quested -to attend as .matters of
vital importance to the three lede-
es ana' tne Order In eeneral wiU
De discussed.
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No one-vulnerable ;
South; Wet North :l East
1 4 1N.T. 2 A 3
3 Pass 4 4 Pass
Pass-. Pass-''.--.--Opening
lead 8
West's overcall of- -one no no-trump
trump no-trump wae one of, those in-between
bids that seldom do any
good. ; He had -too much for a
bluff bid and he had too little
JpR.,propeB;ino-ttump 'bvettall
which ; shows the ; equivalents of
an openings iio-trump.
-If he had carried through and
gone to five diamonds? against
the four-spade bid his side woulri
have escaped with a ino-rjoint
loss, provided East handled thr
trump suit correctly. However,
West preferred to rely. on., his
high, cards Ho beat ; the- spade
game. ., -, ;1 t:: -, ;.-..
South won the opening dia diamond
mond diamond lead In dummy, led the
live of spades and played the
king from' his own hand. West
won .with the ace and played the
diamond queen. ;
ftnilf-.h fllffaH amA laj tain.
low Soutn allo d tn j
riae. Tne combination, of West's
no-trump, overcall
and East's
three-diamond bid
ln-dlcated
jf ".' flnese would work and
Now South had
making his contract. He drew
West's last tramp and lost one
11V HVUV
slmolv kent' still
throughout the bidding the
chances are that North ; and
South would still have reached
the four-spade contract. South
might- still have played the
spades correctly, but If he had
done so he would merely have
been making a very lucky and
rather unusual guess. v.
Once the no-trump overcall
came in South was able to make
the winning spade play as cor correct
rect correct technique rather than as a
mere guess. ;
with the picture brightening for
a good production year, had gains
ranging from point in ;JJ. j S.
Steel' to 2V4 in Inland.'.- ?
CAROL GREATIS
plays the plane
II p.m. t a.m. teaite
la the Balboa Bar

fM SUNDAY BRUNCH: DANCE:; Wr
r' iS ,s.tefPIece!'; ;
iVilft p)eaxinr. palate iemptlag men as, VS
l choice eompUmenUry cocktail ffl
ftwj& LCCHO AZCABBAGA'S Trio
k7 tnm Il:3 aJn. !:' A50
IViLJ in the eocl, -comfortable j2s.
alr-ceadltloned Balboa Room vJr
lyry r" rfcrt' tX5 "' frnr
-iata im wKniiiwi. .

MISS PATRICIA In SWAFFORDVwJtose engagement-to Mr. Er Ernest
nest Ernest L. Biagi -of Glenside, Philadelphia, is announced. Mls$
Swafford is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmas A. Swafford
of Balboa. V "

Mass Antics Of Female Students
; VPs : A '31 i -.i:t.:g- -i &e-:-.S'''v--iir-A.'',-'5."-itVff' i ;

Mystify Malayan
-I A
IPOH, Malay States, July
( UP ) School authorities and. four
witch doctors called in for consul
tation had no, idea today why, gins
of a school soutn of nere aciea so
mysteriouslj; on the eye ; of i their
vacation. ,;-
A tanKhorr at thft l' school at
Kampong Haji Saleh,1 30 m 1 1 e sj
south of here, said tne girls jump
ed into "the air," swooned, danced
and dipped up planks with their
bare hands during the mysterious
seizures which lasted up to five
hoursr
"It was enough to, drive a man
mad." the teacher. 20 year-old
Bushro Bin. Haji Anwar; reported.
"It sometimes wok joujt or, jive
mpn tn hold one of them. The at
tacks were something like an elec
trie current.'" i .
The school Is for Malayan girlt
from J2 to 20 who wish to learn
the Moslem religion. Authorities
said, 50, pf the 300 girls enrolled

U$ Rocket Crashes; Explodes
700 Yds. From Launching Site

FORT CHURCHILLMari.,
July"
8 fUP) A U.S. rocKei
iirea
here yesterday crashed end ex-,
plooed within two minutes only
700- yaros.irom hs iauut"B
No one was reported injured nut
acid fumes spouting worn u
wreckage sent' the men who fired
thA MAerobee-Htv- rocqet :t racmS
two Fif st Cousins
Of Rich Spinster
Ask Shdre Of Cash
WEST HARTFORD, Conn., Ju July
ly July (UP) Two first cousins of
a spinster recluse who left, a z
million dollar estate were seeking
part of the fortune today.
Lecal steps were taken In be
half of Mrs. Sydney L. Moore, 72,
of Coral Gables, Ffa and Mrs.
Harper Orahooo, 80, of Denver,
Colo.- Their attorney' filed a peti petition,
tion, petition, reauestin appointment of
Sydney Hart Moore of Greenwich
Conn., a relative, as administra
Thpv ar riaiminff $100,000 In
sclr leffbv Miss Georfiia Staf
ford Stone. 80. who was found
dead in her home June 20. The
remainder of her estate is a 2
million dollar, trust fund. lncpme
from which is to be shared by
five local charities. t-
A Kbtetiy Md

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Witch Doctors
were affected by what they: be-
4a hm m ma.: fnrm
Hysteria.
'Teachers said it had the 'girl
"laughing crazily, swooning; danc
ing, jumping up and down and ac
quiring fabulous strength in which
they tore up planks with their bare
hands.', ' ;
Anwar said one "girl would be
affected and would suddenly stare
into space and scream, "He is com coming.,
ing., coming., -he's coming., -he is going
to choke hie-.' Then she would
faint. Another 1 Would rush to her
rescueand the same thing would
napperj. r ''' ,j
The teacher also, said the. girls
would complain of a pain similar
to. ;"being pricked with .needles"
and would go into, a frenzy' of body-
slapping. i
.- But he reported, the girls were
all aulet" when they left Thursday
Lto. begin;; 10-4ay- holiday; .
ill J, in ,1 'li 8 1 I, I.' i i t.ihm -I
for the safety of a, concrete.ciock-
t
nouse.
The rocket slammed.' into the
ground with shattering force, at
tnis taiuioian: array Jesting
grounds 600 miles north of VVinni-
pes,
Col. h. G. Smith At-tha-CtVS
Ordnance Corps .issued a gress re release,,,
lease,,, release,,, saying that the-flight ai
' urisuccessful." H aald a prema premature
ture premature burnout apparently had Oc Occurred
curred Occurred 2i seconds aitcr the rocket'
wa' fired.'- m- ',,'"';'--,;- J,
li fook the rocket SO. seconds to
fall back to' earth .as; dead
weight. But X exploded on m m-pact,'
pact,' m-pact,' 4 rr.-
Smith is project officer lire 'for
- the International.. Geophysics!
Year, rocket, program: which be began
gan began jresterda with, a successful
. The xocket; was fired :at,';-l
a.m. by a task force studying, the
density ofvelectric chareea in tha
lonospucre is part ...of. th, is.
nionth Geophysical Year study of
the earth and -it itmnu..
The 21-foot devioef carrying US'
pounds, of recording iBstrumnts
in iU mose xwas' launched : ju -12
Tnusrdav rorVrf v -': ...
miles in the air at a ". peed 1 of
4,200 miles and hour, before if fell
to earth 10 minutes after.lt i-was
xirea. ; ,;.-- v j -i.
' ; i. ; ':
The next launching ;jhas K 'Wa
scheduled for the night- of Jul
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;BoalPrbpcn5r?'J
v Scafps 76ni2n
" CROCKETT.' Calif.,' July (LT)
A San rrancisc woman a
i Uterally scalped Thursday whea
her long black hair .became eh-
boai - PrPf
The accident took, place Thurs Thursday
day Thursday as Henry Galbraith was back
ing his 30 foot boat, Seapi. out
of Dowrelio'a Yacht Harbor
His wife.- LurreUa, 51, loosened
some floorboards to check the
bilge pumps. Her hair, which
reached to her hips, caugbt ia the
whirling propeller. shaft. . t
Galbraith abut off the "'motor,'
but by then it "had puUad twjy
much of fcer hair. It tak fcia t
minutes to extricate ber.
He rushed nr Te -BroolHie
HevpiUl ia Sn Pablo where the
onrterweot delicate nrgerr to ra
pair the injury. Doctors it,i it
would recover.

"wocienusts bad hoped to
ab e to-comp.re results of the



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Continued

Mr. MeKnii

C Award

For Co!r Slid

At a jecent meetns of the Ah

lanuc vamri, mud, m. Juua
McKenzie wai oreiented an Hon

orable -iIention award from the

Nationrl Club Slide Gomoetitlon of

me r Qoiograpnic .society ot Amer America
ica America for her slide "The PinR One."
This contest was' sponsored u by

the YaKima Camera Club, Yaki Yakima,
ma, Yakima, Washington and was parti parti-c"ted
c"ted parti-c"ted fn by 45 clubs, with 270

slides entered. '

Ft. Cullck Wives
Hold Mtetina ' r

The Fr, Gmick NCO Wives' Club

held their regular business meet

ing Tuesday evening at the NCO
club with Mrs. Hester Hartley.

presiaing

Gilberts Brown. Rita -Gomez. Jo

sephine Orsini. Louise Sanderson.

Alice Stachowiak, Betty Townsend,
ir il ; ti-'ii' ... .

Aninerine iviuip, irmgara Morri Morrison,
son, Morrison, Vila Him, (Veda Van Pelt,
Hester hartley, Audrey B a r s i,

ana ;wa ferry.

mrs. jrmgard; Morrison 'won

tne whito elephant.
Hostesses were Mrs. -Irmgard
Morrison, Mrs.' Gilberts Brown,
Mrs. Aiice Stachowiak, and Mrs.
Betty Townsend.,

. i TSGdr,lEl! W. DAVIDSON"' (left); rnftlnteriance' and supply
Jnspector Jor the Inspector Generars-offlce,,Hq,-CAlrOf Aibtook
f.ir Force Basei receives an Extension Course institute diplo-;
jna'and congratulations from' MaJ. Thurmon D. Aumer direc
s Jor. or maintenance and supply activity. v Davidson recently
'jpompleted th aircfaft maintenance officer course; (USAP
V: Photo)' ?i:

Plans were made for' a lunch

eon to be held Julv IS. at the

Hotel Washington.

Mrs. Hartley aDDolnted Mrs. A'

lice Stachowiak as chairmin of

the nominating committee for the

comma elections with Mrs. Connie

HosKing and Mrs. Audrey Barsi

assisting. 'airs, veda van Felt and

Mrs. Barsi were appointed to the

calling committee to fill two va

cancies, i 4

The members took this opportu

nity to present Mrs. Candy Gard Gardner
ner Gardner a lovely gift as she will be
leaving for the States soon

Members attending were ; the

Mesdsmes: Clara Hollenbaugh,

Candy Gardner; Connie Hosking,

Curundu Women's ;
Club Hold CoHe'e

' The Curundu Women' -Club held

their k monthly business meeting

witn a coffee at tne community

jiag. lasr Wednesday. The Host
esses were Mrs., Melida A. Bern

benek and Mrs. Caroline Au Bu

chon. '

, Mumrs, attAnrilnir urUVi rADl

J i : n : i . r-,

iikiil L.niiriift n.nii'nari. wpra inp,

is Soucy- Marian Marohl. Anna

belle 'Leap, Neomi Franeioni. Bar

bara Marohl, Marl Bedding, Glo

ria Brown, roily Hamilton, Ellen
Moudy,- Jean Brady. It was, tan tan-pounced
pounced tan-pounced there wUj bevtwo more

meetings, during the month
Wednesday July 10 is -the Pro

gram meeting and Wednesday Ju

ly 1? is a rjonn Mozetti." Th Is

will be the last meeting until Sept.
4. The-members voted to adjourn

uniu .scnooi opens again. All
members 'rwishlng to attend t the

"last meeting will please call

Mrs. Jane Brady at Tel. 42067.

Guest' are welcome.

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Upcoming Kasper Case May trigger Judy Tayler Wrote Column On Elvis
Brand Mew Battle On Civil Rights Ju$t Before Fatal Auto Accident

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CAPT. WARNER S." RODIMON, marine director, Is shown expl alning the -workings of the Miraflores locks to 17 Texat-t.h

school junior ambassadors who are making a good will tour of Latin Amercla. The tour is sponsored by the East Texasv
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Chamber of commerce and the students were chosen, on the basis of their scholastic standings. While. In Panama the group
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visited the Mlraflores locks and made a trip throiihg Galllard Cut. They left Panama July 4 en1 route to Quito, Ecuadifr, r
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' and will visit most of the South American Republics before returning to Houston. p n

Engineer Takes Last Ride In Cab

Of Panama Rai

road

Locomotive

ATLANTA, Jufy 8 (UP) AiTenn.). is gearing for an all-out

Johnny come lately segrega

tlonlst goes .on trial at Knox Knox-vllle,
vllle, Knox-vllle, Teon,. next week in a case
s. that? may prove to be of vast
significance In the civil rights
-cpntroYersy
i The bill of particulars In the
ease Is not much to bring it out
of the ordinary. An ex-New "York
,look; aelier, John Frederick Kai-i
per, and If plttateni of Andersons

county, Tenn., ar cnarueo witn
i contempt of federal court.
' The apeclflc complaint is "that

they discouraged the 1956 inte

. vratlon' of the Clinton, Tenn.,

high-school In contempt of a

federal court lniunctionf-i by

' attacking minister, uslns force
and jntimldation to frighten r
trw away from -the school,
making'-anonymous phone palls
to-school officials and -by ; t-

f temotlnic. to ,- orovoke fights a

mong'Negrci .rd white pupils.

.. jnti la me government .cast,
to be tried, starting Monday, be-

for fternf conservative juqro
HOberf ;l,v2Taylo)r, i57-year-old
ppolhtee df former ; President
Truman, rz-l:'1 1
. li wa tylor, ton of one
Tetboesst goremer and neph nephew
ew nephew of Mother, -wh fesue& the
;. ljuBctlona of last August and
September to bait the sporadic
violenea that threatened to

nietf the Clinton school inte.
.' mtioa.i.-' r v:

' Thf toveriiment Is' coming to

court v margins; vioiauon or
hroadi fcfttchall lnjpnttlon which

specified that Kasper na om-rs..y.thelt-agents.
aervants,

representatives and ; attorneys

and all other persons who are
actingr'.m, concert, or may act in
concert with them, be and they
are hereby, eojohied from hin hindering
dering hindering and obstructing" the
OUntori Integration plan.
: Herein lies the significance of
rhst otherwise rhlnht be rou routine
tine routine Case Should the Jury con-

tlct the defendantsthe pattern

d be established zor oroaa

' would

enfnreement of air racial Into

eration orders from the courts.
This is the first big test of the
government's power to enf?rce
the' 1954 school desegratkm de de-eUion
eUion de-eUion of the U.l. Supreme

. Court. . .

The defense siair, neaoea ry
'Nashville's Thomas F oore.
eousla of en, Albert Oore (D-

court fight to win acquittal for

Kasper and his co-defendants.
The defense case is to be ar argued
gued argued pn these contentions:
The federal court lacks juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction to issue contempt cita citations
tions citations hi the CUnton case be because
cause because the defendants were
acting as individuals and not
as an organised public body to

which the integrations orders
were directed'
There has been no legislation
by Conitress: therefore the court

Is without Jurisdiction to issue

inlunctions to force lntegrauoi

v The united States : is not. a
party to the cae, which is A civ civil
il civil matter, and the alleged con contempt
tempt contempt was not committed In the
bMaaAWn al 4V1a Ui Mn4afs4ai

th. physical boundaries of tjit

:'Thii trial undoubtedly also, yls, and begtn

Will bring a fresh testof a re recent
cent recent v suoreme COurt ; decision

permlttlnsr defense" counsel "to
Inspect FBI pre-trial Investiga

tion files; Oovernmeut attorneys
are exDectlne such la yeauest

early in the trial.

Thus, the battle lines once

more are drawn In a courtroom
hctwien tW aafirraaration- forces

of the south and the' federal
government.

AS me ngni progresses, aon i-

be surprised if Kasper wmseu
becomes one of the less head head-llneable
llneable head-llneable factors Involved a

strange position for the young
man Who achieved and lost the
racial headlines with almost
equal speed..
He turned up at Clinton as
the town was preparing In the
summer of 195S to inteerate
the high school in compliance
with' court orders Issued, by
Judge Taylor.
Kasoer led the opposition

which resulted in an August riot.
He already is under a one-year
fedefal prison sentence for that
Incident, now under appeal to

the Supreme Court.
His Mjooularlty fell like

EDITOR S NOTE: One ef the

last things Judy Tyler did be before
fore before leaving Hollywood on a
trip which ended in death for
the actress and her husband
was write a column for United
Press about being Elvis Pres Presley's
ley's Presley's leading lady in "Jailhouse
Rock."

. By JUDY, TYLER
Written for United Press

LLYWOOD (UP) Elvis

resleji made me cry and I

loved ejyery moment of it.

He was full of surprises. He
also made me laugh, he made
work seem, like tun, difficult
seenes seem easy. To say the
least, he left me deeply impressed.

Ana, I'd like to add, I met El-

womng wnn

most everything ever written on

the subject of Ems Presley.
From the time I was a little
girl, I've always read whatever

I could find about the famous
names in show business. Dad
used to play trumpet with Paul

wmteman and mother is a for

mer Zlegfield girl, so Z was in interested
terested interested right from the start

I had an open' mind about El Elvis,
vis, Elvis, except for one thing. I was
sure he was touched with magie.
Without it and don't let any anybody
body anybody tell you different no one

can- attain such pnenomenai

success.

So, what did I learn working

with him?
Well, he's a very sensitive,
very emotional young man. His
simple, basic American family
background and training may
have made him a very nice boy,
He's still very close to his fami

ly, and he has deep religious
feelings.

These qualities put even the
most hard-bitten members of

a our crew on bis side men who

him, with a comoieteiy open

mind. Not that I hadn't read a-

0OU1 nim I minx i ve read aiwtnve oean ovouookbo previously,

that puts him head and shoul shoulders
ders shoulders above other performers
of the moment. This is bard
to define it's an Intangible
something the something
that also has made Sinatra
what he is today, singing bet better
ter better than ever and recognized
too as one of the screen's great
actors.

Elvis Isn't that far along yet,
to be sure "Jailhouse Rock" Is

only his third nlcture. but I be

lieve it will be a turning point in

nis career.

Now, that sounds funny, I know
considering the present neak of

his popularity. But, I do believe

it win ao mucn to estaoiish mm

as an actor.

' Those who may have scoffed
at him before will recognize

some of these qualities I have
been describing. I think it will

show a maturemeat, both in his

acting and his singing, that may

shooting star early this year

when Florida investigators "ex

posed" him as a one-time inte integration
gration integration who danced with Ne Negroes
groes Negroes back in the old days. His

eo-derenuanu at xnoxvuie even
tried to wla separate trials from
Kasper, but Judge Taylor turn turned
ed turned them down. i

Smaller Cars, Station Wagons
Gaining Popularity, Says AMC

J BrTBOTT JuIt run Amer

lean Motors corp. will complete
Jt swing to smaller ears this fall
y building all of its 1158 models

e me same oasio oooy snen as
the nenular Rambler.

' American Motors president
George Romney, a long-time be

liever that too amau car wui
continue to gain popularity a a-mong
mong a-mong American motorists, has
disclosed that the Nash Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador and the Hudson Hornet
will fee- built on the same body
shell as the Rambler starting
this falL .' ...
' The Ambassador and the Hor.
set will likely be eeveral inches
longer than the Rambler,- This
can be accomplished by extend extending
ing extending the wheel, bases, hoods and

Sut the 1951 Ambassadors and

Hornets will have shorter wheel

bases and be shorter in over-all

Hrgth than the present models.

, Jn. sMUton, th company Aes
tnnouncti it trill offer -Sen'
Jnr $teiion wagons this fall-'
le firtt.tiwu AMC A? etwr
fftrti tUtion tcapo r tk
.pon-Rambltr ekus.
: "It looks a little bleeer than

the Rambler station wagon and
at the aame time a lot waller
than the station wagons made
by ciher como'nies," a company
sckeiinan said.

One of the drawbacks of the

Rambler station wagon is that It

looks too small to be a family
vehicle, although the company

maintains it is very adequate for

a family or six. ,
Tht swing by American. Mo
tor to th? email-car field hae
been slow but ears $inc the
company was formed in 19S4
by the Nath-Hudton merger.

Shortly before the merger.

Nash started importing the Brit.
Uh-made Metropolitan. The rate

of Imports has Increased steadily

since that time.

In 1955. AMC sold 8562 Me

tropolitans. Sales Jumped to 7,

323 last year and through June

20 this year tne company nao

sold 8.1M "meti." an increase ef

M-l per cent over sales for the
same period in 1854. i
Romney suggested at the re

cent National parking Assn. con

vention nere mat parking lot

ODeratora should chart e bv the

size of the car because those

Dig. fimousine-type cars take

a lot more space than the small
cars."
Romney hailed the even more

recent announcement by Gener.

al Motors Corp. that It will start

importing the foreign Vauxhall
and Opel soon as further proof
that the small auto is here to
tay.

have seen stars come and go,
who are quick to recognise the
real ones from the phonies and
equally quick to say so.
But there's something else

His songs,? for example, Grange

from rock 'n roll numbers like
"jailhouse Rock" and "Treat Me

Nice" to one with- a spiritual

quality and another, a ballad
which I think represents the
finest Singing he has done, It's
called "Young and Beautiful"

and that's when he made me

cry. I wept buckets every time
he sang it.
So, that's what I think Elvis
is really like, and what he's got.
As for his future, he's got that,
too. With that intangible some

thing, there can be no stopping

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The Panama Railroad may be

only some 50 mile's in length but

locomotive engineer Samuel J.

Deavours. who is retlrine this

month, has travelled between

Colon and Panama so many

times that in the course of 21
veers.' he mieht have made a

counle of trips to the moon, and

back.

Yesterday the long trek came
to an end and Mr. Deavours

made his last trip across the

Isthmus in the cab of the diesel

locomotive which nulled the reg

ular morning train to Colon and
the noon train back to Panama
City. It was a special occasion
for both Engineer Deavours and
his fellow railroad men who met
him on both sides of the isthmus
to say farewell. In Cristobal they
presented him with a purse, the
contents of which are earmarked
for the future purchase of a TV
set or an addition to his set of
power tools.
During the years that Deav Deavours
ours Deavours has been employed as an

enslneer with the Panama Ran

road, he has piloted thousands

of isthmian residents oacic ana

forth across the isthmus, worked

freight trains which transported
thousands of tons of freight, and

has come in contact with many
visiting celebrities wh6 rode with
him either on the regular train
Or the official scooter,
A special passenger train was
used bv Vice President Richard

Nixon on his visit toJRB,namt 4n
1955 and Deavours, who waa en engineer
gineer engineer on this train, said that

the vice president was one of

the most charming of the many

VlP's he met. At the eno of the
whistle stop, run from Mt. Hope
to Balboa, Vice President Nixon

oroxe awav from the crowd,

thanked Deavours and took

few minutes to pose for pictures,

Nomina tn tne nazure of a.

serious accident ever occurred
while Deavours was at the
throttle of the Panama Rati'
road engines although he says
a guardian angel must have
taken special care of th rail railroad
road railroad on some occasions. Once,
shortly before the war, heavy
rains brought a slide down a a-cross
cross a-cross the tracks near Qamboa.
The first inkling he had that
the throfighway was blocked
was the sight of Jerry Evans,
at that time manager Of the
Qamboa Commissary, attempt-,
ing to flag down the train with
an old sweater. Hi managed to
grind to a stop just short of
the slide.
Deavours, one of the seven

employes still in service who

worked here during- the eon

struction days, is not only one of

tne "old timers" with tne canal
but comes from a family long

associated both with the canal

and railroading. He has two bro-

mers, now retired, wno were

with the Canal for many years.

One icas a railroad engineer and
the other a lock; master. His fa-

mer, a veteran employe of the

Southern Railroad in Georgia,
visited the Canal Zone several

times and his Krandlatner trav

eled across Panama In 1849 on

his way to California to seek

gold.

A native of Atlanta: Qeflrrfa.

he Joined his brother in Panama

in 1912 lied about his age and

got a Job as a machinist in the

Mechanical Division at Goreona

He spent two years on the Job

and returned, to the United

l?i&.'..MaM-ty.,t...,. ..- "- n rii'im iniiim i t in 11 it'".') m i niniiii mi

ENGINEER SAMUEL J. DEAVOURS completes his last trip at
the controls of a Panama Railroad locomotive after 21 years
with the railroad.

States shortly after the Canal
started regular operation.
Before be returned to the
Isthmus hi 1936, he was employ employed
ed employed for nearly 20 years as a loco locomotive
motive locomotive fireman and engineer on
the Southern Railroad. During
that time there was no Question

about returning to Panama 4t

- : .! M ' V T

simply was a matter of when

Even now he considers Panama
as his home although he and his

wire plan to leave about the
middle of Julv for the United

States. Since most of his family
liv. In t.ha Smith th-.r nrnhahlt.

wui resiao somewnere in Fionas
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Bus Depot Porter

COLUMBUS, Oa., July t (UP)

Joseph H. Cauun of Richmond,
Va is being held o e t e on a

charge of beating a Negro porter

tt tne Trailways Bus Depot.
The porter. Edward Thrash, was

knocked to tne ground ana suner suner-ed
ed suner-ed a fractured skull.

Cauha said he saw Thrish gria gria-aisc
aisc gria-aisc at him when he got off the

bus and thought he was one of

the men who had been heckling

hjm on the bus.
Caulin, who was on his way M
Sothaa. Ala., to see his wife and
child, said s group of Negroes had
heckled and threatened him dur

ing the trip. ;
He was held under $3,000 bond
and charged with, asautt and bat battery
tery battery pending outcome of the por porter'!
ter'! porter'! injuries.
Thrash's condition was listed by
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PAGE, SIX

SUNDAY, JriT 7, I":?'

)MmerJ:kst GhfutiBfti Years Wk&iGfpim

By HARRY GRAYSON

BIG "buzz on the boxing beat is
'tfc.vSriirrirane Jackson will 'break

hani' or something' before he is

'aMuwhiTpH tn iteo in the riflg a

inct FlovH Patterson on July 29

4,; fagididn't you know rival promo

ter Jim Norns .put. up tne iuoi o
Lip 'Breidbart could buy Jack-

mm)si contract outright?... sodden
Jthquflht: managers of the champ
nirenallenger owe money to the
!xiled IBC...
' But we have Manager IBreid IBreid-Dart,'prsonal
Dart,'prsonal IBreid-Dart,'prsonal voucher that Hur Hurricane
ricane Hurricane fwill be there "it I have to
carrjrhim in." ...
MybeT Cardinal skipper Fred
Hutfflinson gets along with fiery
Frink Lane because Hutch is one
haWhsH man who reads sociologi-

W'tf<iset to pass the time of
At1... He won a Coast League
pennant for Seattle in '55 without

a Single .OUU VI .v-Ban.o j.v-..
er.r. When the ex-Tiger hurler first

TJEW YORK (NEA) j Craig
Wood ; made a -f rather Intriguing

statement at a gathering of! the

goitmg clan at Mike Manucne's.
"Dick Mayer is the first United

States Open champion in many

years with, a classic swing,") re

marked Wood,i with pardonable
pride. The former Open and Mas-

, Iters champion had a hand in Ma-

. Iyer s development at Winged loot,

uartwrignt relates now a guy came, you see

into his office trying to place a sto story
ry story about an impending union meet

ing ... "You're in the wrong de

partment, Al explained. "You

want the city, desk." ... "it s got
to be on the sports page," the lab-

"Maver is a stylist in the real

sense, stressed Wood. No eccen

tricities, idiosyncrasies, doodads,

hitches, lunges. JNo personal, man
nerisms. Dick just plays it straight,

or official insisted, "where all the The swing is pure, natural. With

members are sure to see it rignt it, is superb putting and a perfect
mauI n 4U .aculfe I If:.- i: IiJ rrt 1

next to the race results

Between you'nlne, the biggest

battle won by one of our new sport

heroes was in licking the bottle...

PRO

pass'

calti$ td the majors in 1939, he said
in iffs first interview, "I'm a bet-

By JIMMY DEMARET
Writt-n for NEA Serv.ca

Up to 145 yards out, you put the

i ball near the pin with the six iron.

ww-iu,V me snot cans lor a firm grip

-rt,iM'ic dill another McDaniel and balance. This does not mean

n en with sensational Lindy and that yuu must clutch the club with

11.uotfr.lrf hnH-r Kerrv a death grip binding the wrists:

noW'the onlv southba in the fam-1 Have complete feel and control

n.. .of the ciubhead. Use a slow back

swing and a deliberate start down

to tiie ball with the left arm

golfing disposition. The boy is mon

umentally cool, so mucn so tnat

he actually frightens you at

times."
How could Wood say that Mayer
is the first Open champion in
yeara with a classic swing? .How
about Ben Hogan?
"Hosran is first to tell you that

his swing was manufactured,"

said the other old pro. "Manufac

tured well, but manufactured, and

it louks manufactured.

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adelphia hurling staff is that the straight Play the ball well back
" t- i tt i. t n'i fhi. foniAr linn hotuiPAn tho

mir wnt annpn r in r i aim lmiuc i ui

the.' njost is Seth Morehead, a roo

kie Who has led tnree leagues in
strikeouts... but can't get arty work
currently because Mayo Smith has
too many other guys,..
The reason Charley Keller was
brought back to coach the Yankees
rtanrw w-iss. NOT Casey Sten-

"el, was to restore decorum and

HiBnitv ia the world champs. ..won-

Sef what Judge Landis would have
thought about Keller's main, busi business
ness business he breeds trotters...

center line between the leeU

This makes certain that, with the
shorter shafted club, you will

make contact before taking the

pivot. Play the straight ball with

a slightly open stance, -the right

toot cluser to the intended line of

flight

biaiting the backswing, main

tain the straight line of the left
arm, hand anu ciubhead until al almost
most almost the belt-line hitting zone. On Only
ly Only then de the wrists start to cock.
If the wrists are cocked too quick quickly,
ly, quickly, the ciubhead is raised jerkily.
This destroys balance and ordinar
rily produces a chopping down-

where he.swin:;.

Red Auerbach, coach of the Bos-1
Ion Celtics, just planed in from a
nn-hiri0 clinir where he

pointed out the fine, points of bas- Boi,, wrists are under the club
letball to an avid audience in Iran at the too of thei hacks wing,-, and

at a m in 120-degree neat... ana

Inst eight pounds just watching

the kids running arouhd... tour had

to be cut anon Decause nis aiue,
Bob Cousy, got sick from the food
and travel.,.
Bill Sterger, Washington State's
AH-America end candidate, serious seriously
ly seriously injured in a vacation accident,
.rill be okay for fall...

t A Yankee front office-aide hints

that-Billy Martin wai, aner au, a
fptiiMnt trade choice... included

nnlv hetause the Athletics wouldn't

take any other lnfielder...so it tayt

... Mickey Mamie is participating

in the Hodgkin'i Disease rounaa
tmn hitcause his father, the great-

est ..influence in his life, died of

that ailment...
, The apur to the career of Fay
Crocker was the great Bobby Jones
L. The Uruguayan miss got all the

inovieJootage available of BoDoy s
wing and learned to play by eo
pying it...
I Wilmington, De., sports ed A

the club does not fall below the

harizonial. An overemphasized
backswing, particularly in the
shorter arm of the iron-play swing,

is one of the greatest causes of
loss of balance.

anything goes wrong, he consults

another pro. He has smartened up
considerably since he took the 7

on the final hole at Baltusrol in

1954.

"It is as a putter that Mayer

really excels. Check back on the

Inverness play and you 11 find that

he ed the field by many less putts.

Mayer and Middlecoff are superior

readers of greens. To them, it's

like reading a good book and they

remember the last chapter

Mayer is a beautiful open face

swinger of the Harry Vardon type
with perfect hand action. The .hut
faces who developed in the late

1930's are on the way out. They

have to start hooking."

THE DISCUSSION OF previous

Open champions went en.

"Jack Fleck is much better than

he is given credit for," said Sara

zen, "but not too intelligent on the

greens

"Julius Boros makes miraculous

shots, but is tooAineUsed tq take
things in stride.Mie JtY the

tiw.uuu juies won at ueorga
May's Tam o'Shanter World. Lew

Worsham and Bob Toskl didn't a-

National Basketball Association, nOunt to much after scoring there

franchise to Cincinnati, it

mean the' end of Dick

GET BACK TO BYRON NEL

SON," said the reporter. "How a-

bout Lord Byron? Wasn t he a pic

ture golfer?" N

Nelson's whole body dipped a

little as he came into the ball,"

recalled the old pro.
How ubout Cary Middlecoff?
"M'ddlecoff has a personalized
cocking of the hips," pointed out
the old pro. "Nothing wrong with
it, but it s specialized."
"Mayer's swing has a lot Of ev everything
erything everything in it," cut in Gene Sara-

zen. "Hp has cleverly wrapped up years ago last fall, Karl Spooner
the best ideas of all the stars. When, was the most talked of pitcher in

OCT THE POINT? When Umpire Frank Dascoli called Elmer Valo out on strikes h made
it emphatic to the Dodger. Valo was a trifle flustered by the call, so Dascoli gave.it to him
stronger here. He didn't .throw Valo out, h6wever, Elmer got the point

Doctors Behind Him, Spooner
Now Must Make It At Macon

By JIMMY BRESLIN

MACON, Ga. (NEA) Two

Sports Shorts
:TILL IN TOWN
Rochester. N. Y. (NEA)

When the Royals transferrred their

it didnand Ted Kroll has yet to get back
Rickets.v 6' 0n his urns. They've got to be hun-

7 iormer uuquesne star, for ko fgryTn this game, too.

Chester fans. Ricketts is the ace

pitcher for the Red Wings of the
International League.

CHARITABLE .ROUNDS

New fiochelle, N.Y. (NEA) a golfer.

Funny how all golf discussions

wind, up with Samuel Jacks
Snead.

"As natural as Snead," ia the
finest compliment that, can be paid

The Palm Beach Round Robin

Golf Tournament at Wykagyl turn
ed over $94,000 to charity.

And Sim Snead1 is not the first

truly great golfer who never won
the United States Open.

baseball

Now he is attempting a come

back with the Macon Club of the
Class A South Atlantic League,

and it's pleasant to report that
there no longer is pain in the sock socket
et socket of his left shoulder.
"You can't get back to the ma majors
jors majors by pitching batting practice,"
Goldie Holt told Spooner. "You got

The first step was a start against

Collmbia. Spooner, who had come

to the Brooklyn club's Macon

branch from a life of hospital

rooms, doctors, needles and X

rays, went out in the evening air
and ran in the outfield with an

immediate purpose. After Manag Manager
er Manager Holt talked with im, he realized

that this was hardly a rest camp.

One pitch in his first start changed
everything.

"I'd gotten the first two batters,"

says Spooner, "and decided to let.

one go. The instant the bau .left

my fingers I felt thaty trouble
was behind me."

Spooner went en. to throw Exact Exactly
ly Exactly 48 pitches throughout' a six -in

ning stint which saw him give only

one nit.
"He threw," Holt is quick to tell

you, "only seven pitches that were

balls. The old Spooner fast on

i
1""""'""" "OW. ""!" ""T

Karl .Spooner

wasn't just right; but the five he
did: tlifowi were plenty quick. n n-cRigh.S;Yegi
cRigh.S;Yegi n-cRigh.S;Yegi it' iwas- enough to tall.

you he- is in a promising situa-J

tion," .

, Hob lifted tfterPitcher .after, six

where he'll' be in regular rotation

down here," the manager says.
The. Sally League is far. rembv

ed from' EbbetST Field; and hotel
rooms in Columbia, ..Jacksonville
or savannah are a long and lonely

distance from Spooner's wife and'

two daughters' yat Hornell, N.Y.

But the Sally League is where
Spooner has to make it or forget
earning a living by pitching base baseball.
ball. baseball. And ever since the spring of
1955 serious doubt existed that he
would ever pitch again.

that

By JIMMY BRESLta
j NEA 5taf Correspondent l'
NEW YORK JCNEA) When
Joe Williamson started striking
out batters at Dhahran:: Saudi A-

rabia, an oil town near the Per

sian uuu, talk of his exploits was

ot confined to those around Dhah

ran wnere sanoiots really are

sanaiots.

After Joe pitched 'three no-hit

games and a one-hitter. he heard

from Baseball Hall of FamA offi

cials at Cooperstowni- N. Y., 7,000

mues away. Tney. smgied out Joe,
a left-hanaer. for a distinction that

wouia swell the chest of 1 every
small Iry baseball player In the

country. He has been asked to

autograph a baseball to be placed

among souvenir caps', upiforms.

gloves, oats. etc. used bv such as

iBabe Ruth and Jimmy Foxx.

in Arabic or any other language.

Joe can pitch. He won 10 and lost

one for jus Dhahran Pirates in the

Little League organized for : sons
of Arabian American' OiU Com Company,
pany, Company, personnel in Saudi Arabia.
His strikeout total tor t the 11

games is a waV-out-there figure of
143. He gave up 17 hits in the 11
games ) When home in this: coun

try, Joe lives at Grandview, jWp.,
15 miles outside Kansas CitvL llis

fatherkk.a pilot for the oil com

Paul Cox, the sports editor of
the Anniston (Ala.). 'Star, doubles

in brass as manager of The An

niston star White Sox, a Little
League team the paper sponsors.
This year .Paul, once a rabid stu student
dent student of baseball strategy, has tried

to forget everything he ever learn

ed sol he can fully concentrate on
watching Jimmy Coleman play

baseball. 1

Jiminy is a 12 year old right

4iauut yvuu uaa wuu ;ia ui uic.ii
games 'taken by the White Sox
this season. Jimmy has pitched

f V

LONC RANGE HURLER

loc WUliamson strikes out ut

tie League batter in Dhahran,
Saudi Arabia, so casually tha.r
Hall of Fame at Cooperstown
has nut baseball Jho auto- ;

graphed into one of its cases, -J

Field & Stream

It started at Vero Beach

spring when Spooner, w who had I two no-hitters, and has given one

broken in sensationauy witn two run lp 34 innings on the mound.

late season starts and a record to- other totals: three walks. 85

tal of 27 strikeouts the' year be- strikeouts and a block of 10 hits,

tore, tneo to force nimsen. six of tne intieid variety, auowed,

"I guess that showing x madei jimmy is the son of rank (Left

the year before kind of excited me

into tfvina to make a spot lor my

self on the club quick," Spooner

says. That did' it,

His shoulder ripped apart at the

socket and Spooner was a sore

arm case. He stumbled tnrougn

the season and last year could do

nothing at all, so the Dodgers, try

ing to get their motley's worth, put

him, to -work as a counsellor at tne

boys camp they operate. at Vero
Beach. y.' ','

v.. thought;" Spooner ays,i,'l

fm. .Vkla- mnrintr Kllf th -mtn.

was uiw uu0' ,. -a, " vm

iS,SreS I cut loosest went .againand
th-'iV HmJ rfrnnfrf I was right -back in- a doctor'f of-

"But I'll work him to, the point

y) Coleman, who Once pitched in
the majors with the Braves and

I'nuues..

''He doesn't confine himself to
throwing, either. Playing first

base when not pitching. Jimmy

has been to bat 44 times, collected

zo hits, including a home run, lor
a .454 batting average. .
With Coleman around. Cox's

biggest trouble comes from the 16-

u leads his team runt up In early
innings,. This makes for t h o r t
game, because Anniston has i
LL rule calling tor a- game to "be

waited at the end of four -innings

fice."

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By HERBERT MOISE

By virtue of a clean sweep of

four consecutive games after an

opening day defeat at the hands

of the defending champions (Bal (Balboa'
boa' (Balboa' Beer), the Colon Marlboro

basketball team is currently en

joying a first place tie with its
sister team. Gallito Cigarettes.

who like the Colonitet is sporting

a four-win-one-lost record on the
season.
In their last outing, the Colon

Red and White Smokers swamp

ed a foundering Carta Vleja team

with tne overwhelming cort- of

96 to 72. This 96 represents, -the

highest team score on the reason.

For the winners Emiha Loiano
with 23 points, Isaac Peltinovich,
making his 1957 debut, with 15 and
Leroy "Ding Dong" O'Neal with

14 lead the assault. Both teams
played steady ball in both halves.
In the first half, Marlboro scored
47 points to the CV's 35 and in the
second halL the Colonites. scored
49 to the loser's 37.
The pennant seeking Colonites
will make another appearance to tonight
night tonight at the National Bym in Pa Panama
nama Panama City. This will be their first

game in the second round of play.
After this round, the four top

teams will then play in a final se series
ries series te determine the 1957 champs.
GOV. POTTER
MAKES PRESENTATION
Genial and ever-smiling, ,G e
Potter of the Canal Zone added

lustre to the basketball classic

sponsored by the "Phi Delpha
Gamma' distaff club of Colon as
he made the presentation of the
winner's trophy to the Guaraehe Guaraehe-ros
ros Guaraehe-ros Sr. who defeated the h a r d d-pl
pl d-pl lying Coco Solo team 68 to 52.
The Sailors played a good game
but faltered in the last quarter.'
The score by auartera is indica

tive of the closeness f the game
I until the last quarter. The Guari Guari-cheros
cheros Guari-cheros scored 12, 13, 18 and 25
points In respective quarters
'while the Sailors scortd 13 10, IT
fand 12.
POMARES AND TAYLOR STAR
In this interesting contest. Car I
los Pomares and Ernesto Taylor!
j spearheaded the Guaracheros at attack
tack attack with IT and 18 points respee-!
tively. Aside from scoring that
many points, Pomares handled the
ball marvelously as he made aev-
'eral point-getting pisses and in-

tereeoted several Navy' pastes.
Tor ha Saflora. Bock with 5. 11
points and McPherton with 14
were the "big men." Rock thrill thrilled
ed thrilled the good-sired crowd with bis
two-handed aerial games of both
long and short passes.
In the 'preliminary contest, the
GuarartKTfwr Jr. outlasted a Crit-

tohal Hi ch School Alumni team by

Whtn Spoonar Was sent to Ma

con, ne nad lost an aniuty w eiw-

ej worrv 'of become' excited.
"It's been so long) so many doc doctors,
tors, doctors, so much -of-doing nothing,"
he says, "you get to the point
where you just figure, .'Well, let's

see what happens

By.

JOE
Doo,

STETSON
Editor,

IT is hard to'nrerli(t wh-thc

dig will be troubled by "electricar

storms -
- v Sometimes a duddv will h nnitm

oblivious to them during his 'first

year. uniy the next spring, when
he has reached maturity, do the
discharges and mysterious explo explosive
sive explosive soundscause evidence of his
fear. ' :.
Since violent storms are onlv nc-

casional in most areas, there is

reiy ,iiue to- ne concerned about
unless your dog is -one of thom

large enough to be wedged under
the bed in such fashion as to ne-
cessitate dismantling it to get him
oyti, s, .... ... ,w

fjnt thing certain is the concern
we feel for. a dog, or the furniture,
when a doa hat-been left alonn in

the -houseand aV, storm occurs. r

; Lfttle can "be done to; give dog

if one team leads by-10 or more confidence in the presence1 of: na

runs.

SMALL TALK The regional

tournaments, have been cut from

the usual" eight to four this year
. .. .North. East. Southland West.

This means only four insteadof

the -usual eight teams wilt be in

wiiuamsport lor tne wona aeries,
but Little League officials see the

move placing more emphasis on

TT ., .. ... "it was -the same when I was 'the regional tournaments, soma-
points was easilyheutstandinglthj.owing n the first start liere., thing they've been wanting to do.

point help from Isaac Peltinovich

Wuezada tried hard to avert de

feat in the closing seconds of the

game but fatigue took the fight

out of the Alumni aggregation.

Emilio Lozano. Davis, and Ca-j

nate with 18, 13 and 11 points

jumping around or anything.; I just
was satisfied.-.but I want to see

it some more."

Goldie Holtj the organization

manager who has seen it all in

his years, takes it the same Way.

I want to see- mm go rignt

each combined to make the firs ack there," he says. "We'll have

Guaracheros win possible in the

American Independence Day .Clas

sic. Daniel ueigado u. made tne

presentation of the winners trophy

in behau of H. Henriquez

to take it as it comes.. Nov I ion't

cort this fellow.
' build him up a bit, yes. But
it's his arm and it has to stand
up."

The regionals will be held Aug.

16-17. Louisville Will handle the
South, San Francisco the West,

RockviUe Centre, N. Y., the East

and Chicago tne worth.
The World Series will be at Wil Wil-liamsport,
liamsport, Wil-liamsport, Pa., Aug. 21-23.
PRO TWOSOME
: Chicago (NEA) -i- Diane Gar

rett will marry Jerry Penna on

Aug. 13. Both are golf profession

als, the groom-to-be the sen ot
Toney. the club designer..".

ture s crackling, sputtering and
bombing. -Most important is-your
own composure, when. the kettla

drums vent thelr unrythmic. an-

ger. this is not easy, for. soma peo people
ple people i and thera are no -lew who
would serve as jexantplo;: to" the
dog by sharing the closet with him.

As is the case in many situa-',
tions,' parents learn control in or- J
der to set precedents for-their Off-
spring.'--."- ';; ;.:, ..1.;rf.-4 ; 4
Just' so, the dog owner i .who
wishes to help his dog' 'over 'overcome
come 'overcome fear must meet the .situation
with indifference and exhibit no :

concern.

OLO:.ARMY;'(8AMI,,'g ; I
Havana" i-. f neAV -' Mieuel

Cuellar, whose' shoutout pitching
for .the Havana1 Sugar -Kings puts
him with the-top .- ranked interna-"
tional League pitchers, was found
in a. Cuban Army ; camp.-. r

cigarettes aivays rer rqsning

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. E; Ortega 108
E-. Baeza" 10S
F. Alvarez 115
,S. Hernandezl02x

O SOCOtTllO
" H. Hustines, 100
' HiTamamh; 4ArT4
Moqiv Beahi.J G, Montero 107jc
3rd Race "F" t ffatlvM
f Fgt.
''"'ONE
1 Linda Susy
2 Montere 5
3 Mr. Jack 5
4 Don- Gra
5 Chit 0
i-Yayitt
,t H. Gustines 103
-A.'Vasquez 120
B. Aguirre 108
D. Cortez 110
4th Race 'Hla." Natives
1 Golden Moon- IB. Baeza 110
2 Conquistador C. Rodfiquez 99x
3 Don Manuel E. Ortega 100
4 Guarare -A. Vasquez 110
5 Cbchisa A, Reyes R. 110
Winsaba . 115
( 7 Bagdad A. Gonzales 110
,8 Regia . ., F. Gatiza 110
5th. Rate "Special Imported
1 The Gipsy r. Alvarez 110
2 Julio Vernt A. Vasquez 115
Ju-Dagon B. Baeza 108
4 Cypress Bull J, Phillips 110
Sth Ractveth Series Ime.
Bsp.

1 FIRST RACE, OF THE DOUBLE
1 Salero ' R,r Vasquez 113 Months in aick bay
2 Coronation Day B? Baeza 110 Good early speed -4,
3 Bluno-" fA.ABfarb 100X Early speed, only
4 Rutilante H. Gustines 108 Should make it now'
5 .( Soft Note.', v.G Montero 103x Has strong finish
6 (Hiocapie . A, Vasquez 113 Hard to beat here

7th Race (th Series Imp. 7 Fas.

' 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Display' Spni' A. Vasquez 110 ; Usually runnerup
2 Boaifaclo H. Ruiz U5 Could be upsetter
3 Riscal ; ;; T. Gatica 105 Weak effort last
4 Lanero. J, Jimenez 113 Was never better
5 Gourmet "' F, Alvarez 115 Way down in class -8
Panzaretta H. J H. Gustines Rate fair chance
7 Empire Cross R.Jasquez 115 Strong effort in last

3th Rase eth Series Imp. 7,
1 Celestial Tire A Vasquez 110
Uro purito t M. Hurley 113
3 Coral, Montero llOx
4 Mezereum r .. llOx
5 Manandoagui A.Reyes R. 105x
8-Michuhge R. Vasquez 115
.; ;f y ; '1. '; fi.: ". ,'' V
?th Res Challlense Nats." J.year.
i t ;
Br- Baeza 110
'.i,T. Alyarei
Orh Ratlnd and"Jrd Serje tmp.
one
1 Embrulada J.' Rodnaez 115X
z uowzo P v.s- B. saeza 110
uuuvernant', r Airarez-lio
4 King -v H. Gustines 105
-opuiente yii,'. v .CastUlo 118
aPavmetlo vr F. 'Gaticaaos
J7 ScjntUlaUoni'iR.:..Vasqoez 118
Bi.kei,v; jp, ytjtuirre
1th R act f rh Jjrles; Imp; Fg.
1 ReroWsdr ;
A.' Revet' R7"l05x
z Mrs.Hsuigan h. Gustines lio
3 Joea Fiddling R. Vazquez 113
4 (Grand Finish A.. Ycaza 118
L5 (Resuelt- . B. Baeza 110

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Comment

Foi. Purse $375

Pool Clottt 1:00

FIRST, RACE OF THE DOUBLE,'
,,;,.,, - 51
G. Monjero J09x Closer each time out-.
A. Basquez 113 Good victory in last
. B. Baeza 105 Last doesn't count '
" A: Ycaza 113 Poesnt aeem likely
-.. H.' Huiz 108 Would pay off here
E. Ortega. 110 Strong finish; dangerous
Hernandez 109jc Excellent effort last

f 5-1
, l
31
10-1
15-1
. 3-1
4- 1
2-1
' 5-1
5- 1
Has Deaten Detter
WEarly vspeed only
t Dangerous these days,'-
Fai Puna $600 ....
of th double
Peel Cletti 1:30
-Showel -nothing in last
Will fight it out '..
Form indicates J
Should be close up ...
30-1
2- 1
3- 2
4-1
20-1
2-1
Doesn't aeem- likely ,
. W Jn.i... .mint
u-La
1
Purse $375
TWO
Peel Clews J;0J

R, Cristian 112 Will put up battle 2-1
5. Henandez 103x-?-Not good enough 50-1

--Ran well in last 3-1
Tough fight on hands 3-2
-Returned in good shape 3-1
Gets real-test here 4-1

Fgt. Purse 1375
QUINIELA

Peel Closes 2:35
Could take it all
Nothing in months
Not against these
Last indicates
Has strongest finish
2-1
. 30-1
15-1
EVEN
2-1
4-1
, 3-1
10-1
Could be upsetter
Usuady close up
Could go all the way
i Pvrse $650
Peel Close 3:05
Best early speed 3-2
Form indicates EVEN
Better. this time 3-1
Could get up now 2-1
Purse $400
Peol Clom 3:45
,3-1
4.1
1 1 f
301
3-2
3-2
3-2
Purse $400
Poel Clew 4:20
S-2
8-1
10-1
4-1
. 2-1
, 4-1
2-1

Fg. Purse $400
QUINIELA

Poof Closes 4:55
Should be runnerup EVEN
Enjoying best fornx 101
Not good enough 8-1
Should be.close up 3-1
Rates good chance 3-2
-Excluded from betting XDCS
. ; J 'l'. X. '. '. I (
Purse S40T
Peel Closes 5:30
,3 - iTT-
In fichL to finish -',
1-5
3-5
astes fron jate
Pure $750
Pool Cteses 1:00
two ;
Alwavj daneeroui i.1
Doesnt seem -Ekely ; io-l
Excellent win last r. f- 2-1
Would pay off "' 15-1
Returns in shape 3-1
Early sreed only soi
Horse to-beat ?: :. "3-2
itai .wrengesi unisn -c v .,v 5-1
Purs $500 Peel Closes ;30
Must imorbve lots
. I
Could score agam
Jockey will help J
Quit bdlr in Utt
' 3-2
' 7 2-1
: EVEN
Haf strongest finish :
'i EVEN

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P'rmr I

Cuee:

HIT Mrs, Marlene Bauer
Hagge is famous for her over,
awtngi but the younger of the
' professional golfing sisters hits
strategic .spots. ; j t .-
Bobby LbcM

Open

.Lk""
Winner Again
'J
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland,, (UP)
Bobby Locke, 39-year-old South
African pro. won the British Open
golf championship a fourth time
yesterday when the shot rounds .of
68 and 70 that gave him a 72
hole total of 279 .strokes.,
Cary : Middlecoff of Memphis,
Tenn., and Frank Stranahan of
Toledo, Ohio the two' Americans
who qualified for1 yesterday fi
nal two rour' t tr
t)ld course, finished 10 and .12
strokes bemnd t.ocice, esttcuvts
'Mfddlecoff. runneruo in the U.S
Open' last month, shot rounds of
74 and 72 to finish with a 289 ag
gregate. btranahon, who has won
the British Amateur twice, r also
had .rounds of .74 and 72 for a 291
tptak '" ' 1 1 -1
' -iLocke,- who won the'5 British
open crown in 1949, 1950. and 195Z
waa. two strokes behind Eric
Browh of Scotland kolnsj into. to
day's final two rounds.
Peter Thomson of Australia,
who had won .this tournament for
the part ; three years, made'' a
gallant try. tot his fourth, straight
crown but finished three .strokes
behind Locke. Thomson shot a
pair of 70's that cave him a' 282
total. -, v' .:.-;.
Oddly, both Americans shot
brilliant golf .on the first nine
holes of both the morning and af afternoon
ternoon afternoon rounds,, but the incoming
nine proved their, undoing, i&oth
Middleoolf and Stranahan had dif
ficulty on the greens.
GUN GLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL :
... .,r,)W.,.,. .; ,,(..
Cutty" Casanova and Art' Sut
ton pro ed the power of amooth
and fast coordination in overcom
ing extremely adverse eondiuons
pi light to the score' of 49x50 each
at Wednesdav'a -Skeetina session
01 we LnsuDai oun. uuo. 7
Casey" ran through an overlap
ping string of 44 targets without
miss, and sutton s perfect run
went, to 40. cWt- -.-
'Brighj westering -sun hampered
slower shooters, the birds being
impossible to-track from' the eas
terly side of the course of about
r third of their normal flight. j
' Joe JCueter, wafted Ltbemout
from that side,, and. put experi experience
ence experience to bear on- the problem,
thereby garnering 23. -Frank hol hol-lar
lar hol-lar trii J both, systems,.' and; maa maa-aged
aged maa-aged to score on 21,'., ".
"Shorjy'' ; Schexhaydef shot'., a
couple points' below his norm, and
20-gaUgcd 20 George Lopp- cOnti-
nuea 10 snow improvement, vami
the 11 he hit were well powdered.
With' casanovs averaging around
0, Kueier at7. when, his shoul
der allow, turn: to Msb-. a.;'.Vi2."
Schexnayderr at n, '"Windy1: SeU-
ers at 97 and "Sutt" -at 81 -the
CoL H -Er Rice -Memorial trophy
shoot at io:so Sunday morntna Ju
ly 7. promises a spectacle to de-
Lght aty ;eqnpoisseur of, exacting
UW ., -.1.,-. ,....
Sports Briefs
r RALEIGH," NC. TUP) Tsui
GeldsfflOh of St." Clair Shores.
Mielu' driving a 1957 Ford hard-top.-jwna
tae 150 mile Nstional
8weepakes stock ear rare at the
Raleigh S p d w a ir Thursday.
Frank Schneider el Ltmbertrille,
N.J. wis eeeoad aad JoWeath
erly. wi Norfolk, Va was -hird.
STX'. DOXOTIiEK. Cue UP)--
Herb .Mxrcussea of Eat Xaoa.ni,
iiicJL. uo a poieinone ea ta
liSyard 10th bole ia the first
round of ltie LaBalt Open'geK

tournament, Tkcr?ay. Marcustttt.lbehind the New York Yankees.-.

w-tio of'I' med the tpurmt rresi

j two weekt ago, wound vp i;h aeat jitcher, hH the Indians .to
par 72. four hits until the seventh inning

Win
y
1 a 1 t i
NATIONAL LEAGUE
1
Teams 4 VT L
Pct.s GB
St. Louis : : 44 31
.597
x-Milwaukee' 43 '33
Cincinnati ;' ;,44 34
Brooklyn : J ." 41 34
.566 11
Philadelphia, ,.,.40 34
.341
New Yorfc v
36 41 ;.468.8A
x-Chlcas-o J ."
25 44 .362 15 &
Pittsburgh J.V.' 27 49 '.355 17.
x-Night game .not Included. ;
) TODAY'S GAMES -Pittsburgh
at -New York (2
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (2)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (2)
tChicago-ifit Milwaukee i
, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
. (13 Iniilnrs) 1
Pitts. 002 000 000 000 13 '9 0
N. Y. 000 100 100 000 02 11 0
Law Purkey (10) ana Rand,
Foiles (12); Barclay, Miller (13
and Katt, westrunv (11): WPf
Purkey, (8-7)? L?: Miller T3-5),.
HR's: Spencer 2 (5 and -6),
Thomas I?).
Cincinnati: 030 000 000 3 11 0
St. Louis 400 040 50x 13 14 2
KliDnstwln i Fowler fl). Nux
hall (5) Freeman (5). Sanchet
(6), Osteen' (7), Grossl (8) and
Bailev: Dickson.1' Schmidt (2)
and. H.. Smith. WP: Schmidt (7t
V, v TVll.Ctu' tt y, TTT3
l). Jir; zuppoiiKsm (.0-0 -iju-v
Boyer (10), Bailey (11). Muslaf
(20).- -s' ;,v v
Philadelnhia 01 3120 002 13
Brooklyn 201 000 0014 I "t
Sanford (10-2) and Lonneti;
nrvedali nnehuck 15). Ressfint
(6),! Craig and Campanella:, LPt
Drysdaie (8'8i. hk s: kbpuiski
(12th), Bouchee (10th), :Furyio
(7th).'
Chicago at Milwaukee (N

To

Cards Smother Redlegs; 13-3;
Yanks, White Sox Win n A;L.

ht. lams. Jul s (UP) The
St. Louis caidinais pounded the
a.irendv Littered Cincinnati
pitching stair unmercifully to
day ior a ia-3 vicwy uu -creassct
tneir llrst-piace margin
to one ana a halt game pver
uie Kediegs. V-
Ken Hover drove home lour
runs and Stan Musiai and Joe
Cunrilngnam three each. Boyer
and Musiai hit home runs as
the Caras collected 14 hits off
seven Cincinnati pitchers.
BROOKLYN, "July 8 (UP)
Rookie flgnt-nander Jack Bail-;
lord Of the PhUlles won ni iuui
game-of the season today witn,
a six hit fl-4 victory over -the
Dodgers, for his second straight
triumph against the defending
National League champions.
Sanf ord,' in a prevlou start
aaainst the Doaters. shut tnem
out on two: hits last'June 1'.- '":
Another - Phil rookie,- nrst
baseman Ed Bouchee. struck
the big blow of the game when
be homered with two aboard in
the lourth off losing -pitcher
Don Drysdaie.; .-. "ij,
NEW YORK, July 6 (UP)
Frank, Thomas hit his ninth
home fun of the, season into the
upper Jeii iieia stanas, tut re reliever
liever reliever Stu Miller with two out

in the 13thlnnlng'oday.to gweucim.

the Pittsbureh Pirates, a 3-2. vie
tory ovez. the New York 0iants.
Tnomas nomer wone a we
that had existed since- the se
venth Inning when Daryl Spen Spen-rer
rer Spen-rer of the Giant" had iilt Jus
second home run of the game
to tie the score at 2-2. Bob Purr
key.- whd relieved 'starter -Ver
non Law after nine rnnings, -was
credited with his eighth victory
oi-the season.;-.? -. -1,7, s.': I-i
, . ..,1,-. ,,.,'-'. J
' WASHMGTIN, July f (UP 1 1-Elstoa
Elstoa 1-Elstoa Howard -drove in four runs
with as many hits 'as the New
York Yankees defeated the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators, 10-6, today.
Howard comriDuiea a nomer ana
three singles to give Johnny Kucks
Mm BiYth vrtftfnr Tit tk var 1 trainer I
tne isme numpet 01 wsses. &ucks
was yanked in the seventh, after I
vMdln two-rnn hrrmr ta Favl
. ...
Throneberry. Earlier, Roy. Sievers
had hit his 49th homer of the. year
with the bases empty.'
Ruas Kern merer, who started for
Washington, got Ui loss. He. was
followed by Dick Hyde, J1r Heise,
Ted Abernathy and Bud Byerly.
- crilCAGa Jirly IUP) Larry
Dobv imshd a 'twa-roa firirt'in-
Bing homer and jhe Chicage White
Sax scored three more en. a trio
ef walks and an error in the sixth
today to give BJly Pierce faia 12tb
wis. a I I victory over the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indiana. -- T
The victory allowed the' second
place Sox to remain three games
Pierce," now the major wlnnine-

$65 0 Feature Sbriht

rv r
AMERICAN JLEA&UE
Teams
Pet.' GB
(New York
.-'.'SO 28
r-i 47-29
. ,V42 36
.'658
.618 3
53a 9
.620flV2
1 1 Chicago
Cleveland -39 36
x-Detrolt -..v. 38 38
,S00 11
Baltimore .480 13',
-Kansas City,.., 28 46 ..378 20
Washington wi.26 65.S313 27
xNight game not included.
-1 TODAY'S GAMES -Kansas
City at Detroit
New York at Washington
Baltimore at Boston
Cleveland at Chicago (2)
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 000 000 1001 S 1
ChlcaKO k 20Q 003 OOx 0
f Lemon, .Daley (7) and Brown;
Pierce (12-6) and. Moss. LP:
Lemon1 (SHR; Doby (8).
Baltimore 001 100 000 2 Id 1
Boston v 012 102 50xl 13.
, 1
Brown, Q'DeU (4), Walker (7),
recparrtli (7) jand Triandos:
Sullivan (8-5) and White.
LP
Brown (2-4). HR's; Jensen ill),
-Klaus (9).
6, i 1
New York 113 113 000 10 12 0
Wash. 010 020 300- 6 9 2
KucTts, Dltmar (7) and Berraj
Abernathv (). Byerly (8) and
Berberet. WP: Kucks (6-6). LP!
Kemmerer (2-6). HR'srHoward
(5th), Slevers. (19th), Throneber
ryjlstr ,1.
Kansas City at Detroit (N)
when they slapped three straight
singles to put across weur lone
rum 1 x
BOSTON, July 8 (UP) The
Boston Red Sox Strengthened their
hold on the American, League's
third place oy wauoping the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles 11-2 today to ease
the way lor Frank Sullivan 1 fifth
straight7 victory and eighth ofthe
season.
Jackie Jensen and Billy Klaus
each homered and drove in two
runs during the free-swinging 13 13-hit
hit 13-hit assault: on loser Skinny Brown
and three successors. Frankie Mai-
zone tripled in two runs and Jim
my Piersall had a pair of BBrs.
: By BIANS RIARDON
Written for NIA Service
uusstiun: The batter tuts a
pop foul behind the plate.. The
catcher spins around and starts
for t. The catcher, bumps Into the
umpire, falls and the ball drops
untouched. What is this? Eddie
' Answer: Just a srrlkt. Umpires
d their best to stay evt ef the
Q. Can a batter reach first base
on a balk? Milt Miller.
A, If he has aovnt ml three
balls en him. A balk counts as a
ball.
Q. A runner heads for the 'plate.
The relay ia coming la from the
outfield. The catcher wants to set
himself for the throw, but in do doing
ing doing so blocks the plate and the
runner's slide is baited. Then the
catcher gets the throw and tags
him out. The Interval between
the slide and the throw is slight.
Could this be considered clocking
. n a Wl.t.9 Rf i V m Tmm
"
:
A.- rrMy. A eat Cher
: can
block a nmnor only when ho hat
the. boll or Is in the direct ot of
catching Not waiting for K.
Racetrack Tips
By CON R ADO
1- toWot -':
2- Daniolo .f
I LiiNlo ftfty
4waror0
aVJwtie Vorno
4-ltutUonro
1-Empire Cross
l-Ceitstial Fire
FuH Moon
- TfWroo
Don Oraw
OoMonMoon
'.CyproM Vail
Hwwaoio (o)
Drtoloy fonf
MoMOitoWatuo
- Honco
lt-ScirttirUtfeA
Court man
ll-Grana Finish () Mrs. Haltttan

Luis G. Gpnzalez fractious Chil Chilean
ean Chilean horse Chivilingo yesterday was
in a running: mood and came on
with a powerful stretch drive to

score by one length m the featur
ed $Q50 seven furlong sprint for
uuru genes, imporieu iioroutn
breds at the President ReipQq race'
tr ek: v ', v, i
The eJgW-year'-old chestnut son
of : FouchA-Hermosura broke fast
but was outsprinted and did not
ms ms best stride uotu three fur
longs ou( wnere ne gainea rapiaiy
and was already up With the lead leaders
ers leaders when 'straightened out for the
stretch run. Bias Aguirre went to
the whip Md Chivilingo took com
mand and held fast closing DawQ
Song safe by one lengtb?; i -j
Elkd which had cut out a fast
pace and led to the final furlong
weakened ; and r. wound 1 up,' third,
only three quarters of length
back of Dawn Song and ope length
ahead- ty istHv;;;.r.f f
Tony; which' was second to Elko
(or the, major part of, the race,
faded badly in the homestretch
and wound up, liext ,to 4ast. f;4 :
Chivilingo paid $4 to -win Aiid
S2.B0 place. Aguirre also scored
with newcomer Canoe in the first
rgce. Little Hellodoro Gustines was
the only other rider to score a
double when he brought home Jipi
Japa and. Flfito first; I
The biggest upset of the day was
0,8 $37.40 payoff by the vastly ,imi
.proved Mimi, ; ,,
V1 :; :
ne oiviaenas:
1 BradomJn 6.00, 3.00.
2 Vehganza 3.40.
SECOND RACE
1 Canoe- 4 JO, 3.00. v
2 Fudge Girl 3 M.:
First Doublet S17.20.
... THIRD RACE
1 Jlpl Japa 2.80, 2,60.
2 Tanganica 3.80. :
. One-Twe: 85.40.
FOURTH RACE
1 Onda Real 3.00, 2.40.
2 Cormorant 3.60.
QuJnlelat 817.20.
... ; FIFTH. RACE- "' :,
1 Marcelita 3.00, 2.20.
2 Daniel 3.20. I ; .
SIXTH RACE
2 Dawn Song "3.80.
" SEVENTH RACE
1 VolcanW .40, 3.00.
2 Aberargle 16. 1
. .Second Double : 824.60.
If
jwnimi Mr,uia ; ?'
2 Tanara 2.60, -.
'Qulnlela; S21J0. V.
NINTH RACE
1 Flfito 8.80, 4.20.
2 Camberwell 8.6(r,
' One-Two:, $35,40
''n' : -'l"i "y.- '"f '"'
GeorperArriicfcWin i
Atlantic July 4th
100-Hile Auto Race
; AT h A rf T A (UP Stubby
George Amick, who likes to drive
midget racers, today pocketed
$1,873 for just slightly more than
one hour's work at the. wheel of a
big" racer.
Amlck of Venice. Calif.. Thurs
day drove his Llndsey Hopkins
special to an easy victory in a
Fourth of July lOOmile "big car"
race at Atlanta s Lakewood speed
way.
Amirk. who finished in-, one
hour; six mintues and 40 seconds,
led all the war after taking over
first place 'from, Jimmy Bryan of
Phoenix, Ariz.; on the lourtntlap.
Bryan was eliminated on the 27th
lap with a broken connecting Tod.
i' Judd Larsos of Hickland Mills.
Mo., finished second and Andy
Linden of Speedway City,Jad.,
came in third."
J
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7

- -'

FIRST-. Top -seeded Aiw.fi
Ctbson was favorel to become
the first Negro champioo) ia
the All England Uiampicm-.
' shipi

OVnietf Make': $500 Side Dcfe
2nd, Third Series &
The much talked about match race between, un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Janina and twice-beaten Henco will finally,;
take place this afternoon oyer a distance pf gjx ftffJ
longs at the President Remon racetrack; v juJ3?
The two classy two-year-6lds will carry eotial eotial-weights
weights eotial-weights of 110 pounds with hustling Chilean jocfe";
Fernando Alvarez scheduled to ride Henco mU
steadily, improving Brauliq Baeza slated'tordo8t
booting aboard Janina. i ; u t3
Calrioa Vchico" 'de la Guardiahe can whip the Eleta bro'tfiar'at.

owner of Henco, and the Eleta
brothers, Carlos, gnd JFemandoj
who art the proprietors of Janina.
inursuay : aeposiiea ?auu s ,cnecK
with traclr manager Pablo Arose
mena .Jhftyep Thursdays as -a didi
Dei. -UfrS,-SviJV'-.'.'.yjiii'iW. !- (
menarThayer Thursday as a side
owners added incentive with a $400
wjuwer-takfl-att purse. .,-.., ;i
(Henco, which rsces under .the
colors of the Stud Los Siete, is a
chestnut son of Count Curiey-Clua-nie.
He is a full brother of the once
classy native throtfghbred Don Go-
yo. The latter, is now a semi-crip
ple because of bad legs.
Henco' best time for' the 4 di distance
stance distance is"l:l4 1-5.. This is also the
best time yet posted, by Janina for
six furlongs. ' V-' " :. :
in their only meeting, Janina had
in Mm from hphinH tn hpnr Hpnrn
by one length, "in 1;0I 1-5, in the)
five furlong Carolina M. Chiari
Classic lor natives. Janina s more
famous stablemate, Esteban, tast tasted
ed tasted his only defeat in that sizzler,
winding up three 'lengths behind
Henco. . ..
that their colt was suffering ,itom
a case or worms pius. a icg sore
ness. Now that he is cpmpleteiy
sound once more, they feel that
I II mi 1

Isthmian Amateur

The Isthmian -Amateur- was

first played In 1919 at the pan- tournament;' to' be played 'dn0'
ama Golf Club as a medal ply.Aug. Wi 1117 and -lay win frnd1;
tournament and eon tl hiied only five former winners '' itiil"'
through 1921 before being made active In. Isthmian, golf; rr' e
into a s match, play tournament. Westman, y i nnie.; Lombrola
It was held for the flrst'13 years fjCharles' MacMurraV, Jim RH.ey

at the Panama Golf Club, thttl
becoming; popular enough to be
rotated to ail the major clubs on
the Isthmus. In 1655 It waft der
clded to again make the Ama-.
teur a medal play .'tournament
and play 18 hbles at each of the
four leading courses; Fort Ama
dor.- Panamas' Fort s Davis and
Brazos Brook.
By far the oldest lchafflpIon,
and still one of the better KOir
ers; la Dave Westman who won
the Amateur first In 1922 and
aga'n in 1931. Another oldtimof
is vinnie Lombrola, stln playing
an etceHerit -came, won the Am
ateur-three times (1934-1941-
1953); Johnny MacMurray prob-
nblv one of the finest tolfers ev-
er produced on the Isthmus, won
- y
the coveted Amateur crown in I
1940-1948-1950 to equal Lorn-
broia's three wins. Charles
'Pete" Peterson, founder of the

annual jnter-club matches, won traveling trophy to the club of
the Amateur the first three -- member. This tro tro-yrs
yrs tro-yrs it was played, W19-1920- phy is now in the possession of
1921". - mador Golf Club.

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Janina, a beautiful c h e s t-n irfT.-

daughter of Keyhaven-GIoty's Ace,
has a -uif edg in breeding apd
conformation. This wide .cbesie.tf
filly is a- grand-daughter td: tM.-r
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side and a great grand-daughter of

the imnprtal. Map Q'War.on the.w
maternal side,
Alyarez, an alert breaker and :
good frr-nt Running jpekey, ha's'a
decided edge over young Baeza,.
in experience but the latter is m-".
proving by leaps and bounds ,gija,n
should be no handicap to Janina s' -chances.!.,,..
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would ordinarily have been Ihe :

day's feature race, is a seven tut-"
long sprint in which Scintillation !-wili
wili !-wili attempt to get back on j thftr
winnincr trail.
This seven furlong 'event pits a
strone croup of second ; and third

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Daniel CinighV colt. Gouvenfant ;
and OpuUmto shape up as Scintil-
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Jada should not be overlooked. 1

a .lower" fcracket: .Kin'g;'ami 7CV'","
nciio appear .10 De ouiciasseu.
i Nine other : prospective tnriiiers,
are included on ah attractive (And.'

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The Mercuric 1957 ;Amatetir
niju iclu Yfni.ict. xv Miaikc; till
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the'Panama!' ; Golf Assoclatioii. '.
found gracious sponsor uyMerT 4tr
curio Jewelers pf Panama OHy.- i m
prizes amounting- to $500 wiH'
be donated, by Mercurlo and
augmented by-additional rijtei x;
purchased by .the Panama 'Gfllf'?'"

Association. Entrance fee for the11"
1957 Amateur will be a Panarha:J
Golf Association Membership
card, available at all golf coufs-c
es on the Isthmus for $1. All en-
trahts must be a" member pfla
local club and and there will fie
8 flights of 18 players wltli piflz-?

es ior me winner, runner-up or
eight flight and additional prlzi
a. fn, i.Ah H. Wlau "'' r..l4
Jim Ridge, local representa.
tlve of Gibraltar Life Insurance,
will again present a sliver cup
to the Amateur champion and a
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C; J

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Houses
SOMtENTt-bedreera cMit,
livine toeea, HnlS roo", """
mino pool, electric plant ,-.
re. Asul, $100. Inquire 8th, 54
Ho. 5-30. Mione 2-i718.
fOR:(kENT-Nw chalet, 3 bed-roomyUvJ9-dinino
room, maid'a
room, forth end parage. Famlth Famlth-ed
ed Famlth-ed r unfurnished. Corner Paaeo
Cinoueatenario and 7th Aranua,
Coc dal Mar (Saa Franeiteo).
Phonal 33005.
FOR KENT Sea yie dupl
chalaf, 3 hadroomi, dining, draw drawings
ings drawings kilehan, thowar tub
bath; Jior watar, maid'i larvica,
garagai. Phona 1591 Colon.
i-
FOR RENT-rend naw chalat,
"Lpma Alagra." 2 bedrooma, llv llv-'
' llv-' Ing-dlniiif room, porch, hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2-2648,
2-2671.
: FOR RENT For 3 to 6 months,
modem furnished three-bedroom
'' bousa maid's and laundry rooms,,
terrace overlooking ocean, televK
sion, hot water, excellent naigh naigh-boriKMMf.
boriKMMf. naigh-boriKMMf. CaH 3-5692. ;
,, ill .T.i'
FOR RENT'f-Modern chalat two
' bedrooms, garage, maid's room.
Aquiline da la Guardia Street No.
22, opposite "El Panama Hotel."
Phqne 3-0297.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
sV t L....H Aaaa ssmIIa flaaaa
a, wmmm ninm w ww-
aina. Phena Balboa 1866.
THI LLI PS Ocaanslda Cottages
Santa Clara. Bex 1890- Pana
ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
$1877, Cristobal J-1473.
f Commercial Sites
FOR.RINTi-UiEa she for af af-fice,
fice, af-fice, first floor. East lis 22nd
X Street No. 24-72, $100. Inquire
... 8th Street No. 5-80. Phona
2-2718.

v Resorts

;.f Rooms

"h "J FORRENTr-'iaainsCbuhdlni;,'
v under canetructton. Ready for ;
.-. occupancy and af this month,
. $18, West 27th Street, and of
. .Canal Zona harder. Inquire' 8th
' Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
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JIM .REYNOLDS, age 14, from
Jlboa .la shown finishing the
,Brttt(erfiy breast stroke (Boys
age 18-14).

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CONTEST.

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Apartments

attention: a. i.i jet nt
maaani furnithea apartments, I,
2 fcae'raema, hot, cold water.
' Phone m 3-4941, x t :
FOR RENTi-Spacious two-bad-roam
unfurnished apartment Jaj
fine residential dicfricr, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours. "v: :
FOR RENTf Cool, furnished
apartment an Via Porraa Ne.
1 20K beside Reosavalt Theater,
overlooking SA$ Commissary. For
information phona 3-5024.'
FOR JtENTt Furnrshad iparNr
ment, 2 bedrooms, living1 room,
dining room, maid's barhrobm.il
screened hot water mstallatrnc'
garage. Manual Maria Yeasa
Ave:. "Cristina" Bldg.. $ 1 40.
Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30,
Phona 2-2718.'
FOR RENTs-l -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room,- dining room,
bathroom,' light gat, telephone,
$70T. furnished. -172 Sabanai,
rear af Fira Station. Inquire 8th 1
Street No. 5-30 Phone 2-271 8.
JOR Rf NTs Modern apartment,
one bedroom, large living-dining
roam, garage, hat water, maid's
bathroom. "J" Street, E Cangra Cangra-jo,
jo, Cangra-jo, No. 2, $85. Inquire 8th St.
No. 5-30. Phona 2-2718.
FOR RENT I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, building recently built,
facing "Colegio Javier" on 3rd
Street, Perejil, $70. Inquire 8th
Street No, 5-30. Phona 2-2718.
FOR RENT: r- Completely fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom modern
apartment, garage. 168 Via Bel Bel-isarie
isarie Bel-isarie Porras,
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished i modem one bedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo. Call
3-6901.
FOR RENTr Modern two-room
apartments, cool, $30, $35, $40
to responsible persons. 15th St.
No. 6, San Francisco. Phona 2-
1056, Mr. Chichaco.
Films On Brilish
Alomic Energy Will
Bo Shown Tomorrow
The Anrio-Panamftnlan Sonte-
ty. In 'conjunction with the
British Embassy, has Invited
senior members of the Panama,
nlan jroverhment, the diploma,'
tic corps and leaders in educa
tion, science, medicine and in
dustry in Panama and the canal
Zone, to a special viewine of
films portrayinp- the develop
ment of atomic energy in Brit Britain
ain Britain for industrial, scientific and
medical purposes.
These films' p-rve a true picture
of the. construction and opera operation
tion operation of the world's first full-scale
nuclear power plant at Calder
Hall in Britain. They also provide
a graphic description of the
principles on which nuclear re reactors
actors reactors now in operation or un
der construction in Britain and
they demonstrate the rapid
progress which has been made
by Britain during the last few
years In this new industry of nu
clear engineering and in the
manufacture of 'Isotopes and
other nuclear products.
These films will be shown at
the University of Panama to
morrow evening.
After this special showing the
films will be loaned to the Uni
versity of Panama and to other,
interested educational and in-1
dustrlal organizations in Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Those Interested in borrowing
the films are requested to apply
to O. W. Woodrow, Second Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the British Embassy,
telephone 2-0912,
news about
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INTERNAL. Dm PUBLUJAUIONKS o.
BABDO No. 26 "V" btreef
FARMAC1A LUX 164 Cem
VAN-DEB-JIS M Street Mo.
the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALt: 1955 Ford V-8
2-door Fairlane, wsw radio, '-other
other '-other accessories, undereosred. f
Can be financed. Will sacrifice, ;
leaving. Call Kobba 8141.
FOR SALE: 1954 Dodge 2-dr.
Station Wagon, six-cylinder, ex-1
cedent condition, 2100 miles,?
$1400. Coco Solo 554, after 4
p.m. or office 652. . 1
FOR SALE1953 Ford Victo-
ria, excellent condition, 24,000
miles,, $995. Call Balboa 2441.
FOR SALE: 1948 Cadillac, duty
paid, good condition, good tires.
Call 2-3181 or see Lochner,
2514-C, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1953 red 6r black
Bliick Special Hardtop Convertl--ble.
Balboa 1993 or 4177. ,v
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Station Wagon with overdrive,
excellent condition. Best offer,-';
Panama 3-4736.
MUST SELL: 1956 Ferder
Mainline 6-cyl., 1 0,000 miles,
$1700 cash or finance. Can Bal.
1601 or 0779-K Williamson
Place. Leaving 'for States.
MUST SELfe 1 950 Oldsmobile
Convertible, excellent condition,,
Phone 83-5126.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chrysler
Windsor Deluxe, 2-fone, wsw
tires, radio, solex. Phona 2-2394
during office hours and 2-3493
after. ..
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-deor, l
radio, Fordomatic, low. mileage,',
excellent condition. One owner.
5358. Magoon, Diablo, 2-4443.
FOR SALE; -J- 1950 Plymouth
Spec-Deluxe 4-dr. aedan, radipy
heater-defroster, wsw tires, 4
puncture-proof tubes, new up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, low mileage. Price $450
or best offer. Phono Kobbo
2134.
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers- Movers
Phones2 2451 22562
Laarn Riding at -PANAMA
RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping; Classes daily
5 to 5 p.. Phono 2-245!
ar by appointment.
LIFE'ltfSURANCE
call
JIH RIDGE
' General Agent
Gibraltar I.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel Panama 84958
EXPERT TRAVEL
ARRANGEMENTS
Fidanque Travel Service
Tl. Pan. :2-1 661
SUMCIO
TELEVISION
L LE VI SION SERVICE
TEL.2-4SS7
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NEW
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Panami N. York Colin
Solon Asks Senate
Power To Reverse
High.Couri Rulings
WASHINGTON, July 6 CUP)
Rep. Robert !. W- elites (D-Fla.)
proposed a constitutional aH
mendment yesterday to five the
Senate power to reverse any Supreme-
Court decision Involv Involv-ins?
ins? Involv-ins? states right.
He Introduced a House bill to
arm the Senate with "final ap appellate
pellate appellate Jurisdiction'' to review
Supreme Court rulings concern
ing- "powers reserved to the
states, or tha people."
Under the proposal, a Senate
decision "affirming, modifying
or reversing" the Supreme Court
would bo final.
Tka massivt Invasion by the
Supreme court Into the field of
sociolovlcal experiment and Its

obvious naivete

In; decisions

AGENTS OB OUR OrFICES AT 1J-ST

ttm MOBB1SON 4th ot July Ave. A 4 SLa) LEWIS SEKVICE-Ave. Tlvolt No. 4 a B" VifiMAClA
ntral Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE JT Fo. He la Ossa Ave. No. 41 O F OTO 'DOMY-Ju'to Ar???""" "n atoi ?oe
No. S3 FABMACIA EL BATUBBO-rorne Lelevre it Street FABMACIA "SAS 'rVIa Ponaa 111 a) NOVEOADE9 ATH1S Besiae

3 Lottery Plaza UASA ZALWU tenmu
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1956 Montlelair
"Mercvry Hardtop. Reasonable.
24-inch TV R.C.A. Phone 3 3-2775.
2775. 3-2775. .( T
FOR SALE: Registered Cocker
: Spaniel paps, 5 weeks old. -Call
Pedro Miguel 4-601.
: TECHO" BRAND PRIME qOa.
, LITY ZINC SHEETS 36 BG
2' x 6'( special galvanised finish,
y $1.25 per SHEET. "PAN AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN CONTRACTORS, INC.",,
f. 6th Street, Parque Lefevre, Tela.
3-5471, 3-6707 or "LA IM IM-'
' IM-' PORTADORA SELECTA", H St.,,
Tel. 2-1483.
FOR SALEj fV TV set, 15 co.
ft, deep freeze, dehumidifior,
1 947 Plymouth 4-door sedan.
Phone 86-21 SO. i
FOR SALE: Household articleu
bar, work bench, tool cabinet,
desk, kitchen cabinet, redwood
blind's, kitchen ; clock '25-eycle
8" fan, 25-cyele motors 1 2,J
-13, 14-hp. House 2602-B,
Cocoli. Phono Navy 3164.
FOR SALE: r Am ana upright
freezer, 19.4 cut ft., excellent
condition,. Phona Coco Sola
8602. ', 1
FOR SALE: Registered Cocker
Spaniel, 7 weeks old, blond and
white with tan spots. 2129-E,
6th St., Apt. O, Curundu.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY'
OFFERS VEHICLES FOR SALE.
Sealed bids, for opening in puby
lie, will be received until 10:30
a.m., July 12. I $57, in the of.
fice of Superintendent of Store-'
houses' Balboa for vehicles, in including,
cluding, including, sedeosv pickup, canopy
express, carryall, dump, panel,
furniture van, and motor scoot''
era. For further infarmation and
copy af Invitation No. S-57-355
contact office af Superintendent
of Storehouses, telephone 2'
1086.

Democrats; Republicans Clash
. .4-.., I., u r,.-rf i ti'iA JtySi.-.. y
Sharply Oyei School Aid Vote

WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP)
uouse Democratic and Republi Republican
can Republican leaders split sharply yester yesterday
day yesterday over whether' to call the
controversial school aid bill up
for a vote.
Chances for passage of the
measure seemed slimmer than
ever and both parties maneuver maneuvered
ed maneuvered to try to tag the other with
uie Diame if it u killed.
GOP leaders are determined
to avoid a showdown vote on
the bill, despite the fact It is a
key plank in President Eisen
hower's legislative program. -t f
Their reason is that a pri
vato poll of GOP; ajmbers
shows their party overwhelm
inrly opposed to the federal
aid. bill. According to-one.re-.port,
only 50 of the 200 Repub Republican
lican Republican House members said they
would go. along with It,.. ;
But Democratic leaders are
just as determined to bring-the
measure onto the.-floor v for a
vote." ;i It Is now in the House-
Rules Committee. .-
Other events included: -1
Elections: The Senate's new
clean elections bll, appeared
likely to become a casualty of
the civil rights fight. The. Sen
ate Rules committee haa ap
proved the measure, but Sen.
Thomas C, .Jennings :D-Mo.),
cn airman or trio group, satd a

Mih,Liz:S01ap
TiHiwe Hour

LONDON. July (UP) Holly
wood producer Mike Todd said
yesterday he and his actress
wife Elizabeth Taylor love each
other so much they have A fight
an nour. ..
Nothing serious, of course
Mike explained. It's just one of
those things.
"We don't even kiss and make
up," he said shortly before he
and Lit sailed for New York a-
board the French' Mner Liberte
after throwing a super-colossal
intimate- party for zxwu per
sons earlier this week in Lon
don.
"It's getting monotonous,"
dealing with the dangers efj
communism require that Con Congress
gress Congress step into the breach before
irreparable damage is done,"
Siket said. ' t
Sikes offered a second bin for
a constitutional amendment to
provide that the powers reserved
to the states would include en
actment of laws to "promote tne
public peace, safety and welfare
and to provide for good, order,
education nad harmonious race
relations therein."
Bikes said the Florida legisla-
tm-a hait memorialized coneress

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H" iMBRET. f A?AM-f ;R?!A rf,CWPl..Vi'!i

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Home Articles
i1 FOR SALE: Air conditioner, 25 j
v cycles, v rhp., good condition.' j
; Call Balboa 1588. .' h
. FOR SALE: Glider, innerspring
; cushions,' coil sprinfls, inner inner-;
; inner-; spring mattress double, mahoj-;
'any rocker, night tables,, ref rig.
orator, books, tniscellaneour ar-:
, tides. 720-A.Yrado. Phona Bil-"
' boa 4234.', V ,1
p f .. - r -.
FOR SALE:--Automatic washing
v machine, ironar with chair.. Call
"84-3116. i
FOR SALE: Mahogany custom.
: built Hi-Fi a,ndt radio comb, w w--
- w-- record cabinet $425; settee, Ij.
chair, stool $20; baby bed (Kid (Kiddy
dy (Kiddy Koop) $15; baby hi-chair
$10; Argus C-3 $25. CaU Bal.
1601 ar '0779-K Williamson
Place, Leaving for States.
formal report will not' be ready
ior wo weeks. By that tjma the
SSnate JW expected to be lri the
midst of civli; rights filibuster.
Foreign Aid;-The Council of
state Chambers of Commerce
called on Congress to chop al almost
most almost one. billion dollars off Pres
ident Eisenhower's $3,864,000,000
foreign aid program. The coiuv
ell said Congress has made cuts
averaging 22.3 per cent in aid
requests the past five years and
snoum ao so again this session.
Humphrey: ; Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (D-Minn.) charged
the : administration's AMIddle
East policy concerns itself "too
much with, icings and oil, too
little with people and wftter."
He t called for s creation of av
Middle East development a
, gency to stave off the threat
of communism and to build up
livinr standards in the area.
Conservation:. -Farm officials
plan, a drastic overhauling ; of.
the 1958 soil, conservation subs!
dies program.:; Revision of the
program became known when
an. Agriculture Department
memorandum- came into the
hands of several 1 congressmen
this week. The, memorandum
called for1 sharply cutting back
many conservation measures and
the outright dropping of a num
ber of others. - -;i
Mike said. "We Just love each
otner. . : ;
His remarks were prompted
by gossip columnists' com comments
ments comments about his frequent spats
with Lis.
"Look," he said emrjhatleallv.
"I fight with LI i every hour.Tve
never oeen so nappy in my life,
"This la no- Hollywood ro romance.
mance. romance. ; We dont put on floor
shows. We dont call out the pho-
tograpners ana stand, around
beating each other with spoons.
"It's ridiculous. Some of these
I 'America's sweethearts' make me
uun uiruw up.
"Neither of us are Introvert.
us just walked out of the room
because she didnt want me to
work our last day in London. So
I gotta wore So she's pouting.
Then he asked this reporter:
"You married?" Wherr the an answer
swer answer was negative,, he went on:
' "No? So, okay, I wish you
many fights when you get mar
ried. I wish all my friends the
kinda fights me and Lis have.
"I get quoted out of context
Sure I admit we. fight
-We dont bill and coo like
some of these Hollywood sweet-
hearts
and then get a divorce
two weeks later.

"We fight We love tt"

. lY AGENCIAS

182 La Carrasauilla FARMAtIA
SERVICES
I
iThe bast dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conaitioned
conaitioned air-conaitioned cafeteria,, grill and
bar. Hote Intrnacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S da Maya, i 'i ; .. i
t Tred of the runaroundvwith your .;
' i present electrical appliances re repair
pair repair service. Try i LOWE,' S.A..
phone 3-5411 for good service.
M work, guaranteed'.
. Far fast efficient repair service
On all outboard motors' and 2-
- cycle engines. Call LOWE. S.A.,
phona 3-541 1, alj work guars n-
,VE S3.50 PICKUP AND DE
LIVERY CHARGE by bringing
your table models to U.S. Televi Television,
sion, Television, across from the Ancon Play Play-had.
had. Play-had. Phone Panama 2-46 1 6.
Boats b Motors
FOkV SALE: loots: ene 23-ft.
steel hull double ander; one 1 8 8-ft.
ft. 8-ft. wood hull, 25-hp. Universal
motors. Boats- need work. $550
far both. Call Balboa 2-3578.
.'FOR SALE:- 14-ft. boat with
s trailer and two J 0-hp outboard
bio"' ,22 Pho" BMo
Calvary Baplisb'
AqniVenary Week
To, 51 art July 28
'ihe caivarv Bantlst rhinh
of Panama City has completed
plans for Observance of Its 49th
anniversary with full week of
varied activities. Anniversary
uieme is "I will Sulla My
vnurcn," ana events are sched scheduled
uled scheduled from July 2a -throuffh Amr
1.
Quests will speak on assigned
topics. Rev. R. o. Van Royen,
superintendent of the Southern
Baptist Convention work in Pan
ama ad the -r. Canal "Zone1, hartll
give an 'aaaress on Sunday on
the subject "I WW i Build My
ChurchThrough Missions." 1
Rev. f. H. waiters, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Pa Pa-raiao,
raiao, Pa-raiao, will speak Monday at 7:30
p.m. on "I Will Build My
Church Through Worship.''
Rev. Isaac Perez,; director of
education and promotion of the
Southern Baptist work on the
Isthmus, will speak Tuesday at
the same time on "I Will Build
My church Through Christian
Education." -
' Rev, S. A. Scarlett, pastor of
the v -First Isthmian 'iChurch,
Cristobal, -will speak Wednesday
on "I WU1 Build My T Church
Thrtugh Prajer. r
Rev. Vernon T. Yearwood, for
mer pastor of Calvary Baptist,
will speak Thursday on "I Win
Build My Church Through Chris Christian
tian Christian Witnessing)"
Other .neighboring clergymen
will give three-minute anniver anniversary
sary anniversary f -greetings Sunday; and
choirs Jjave been Invited to ren render
der render musical selections during
anniversary week. A "pot luck"
supper is scheduled for Tours-
day, Aug. 1, when all members
will gather for prayer and
thanksgiving. y w',i
'Bofhered' Miamian
Shbols Spray Plane,
Wounds Passenger
MIAMI. July 6 (UP) A 38
year-old South Miami, resident
who fired three shots at a low-
flying .mosquito -control plane
and wounded one of its passen
gers was charged with : assault
to commit murder, v
- William Henry Bird told sheH
Iff's deputies when they arrestedi
him Wednesday night that 'he
was only trying; to Scare the
piano cavva.r
John W. Rowley, 40, was
struck In the eye by. fragments
from one of the bullets. Rowiey
was ,a passenger on the plane
operated by a friend. Donald Ja
cobs. 33. who flies the, spray
rout in the mosquito control
program.'': a j. - -.
. A spokesman at Docvars
Hospital aald. Rowley is In
danger of losing his eye. He was
resorted in "fair ronflitioru
Bird told authorities be fired.
the three bullets from the
around at the nlane because "iti
buzsea my. house" and Doinerca
him. He said the South Miami
police had given him "permis
sion' to scare the plane away.
. He said he caned ponce ana
asked if ho could shoot at the
aircraft The policeman who
took Bird's telephone call appar
ently thought he was Joking and
said, "That's between you, w
pilot C nd the CAA."
The sheriffs ofr.ee saw bito
then went outside and

shooting. .-

'. WANTED: Stenographer, bi bi-i
i bi-i lingual, experienced, good spell-:
l' or. Columbia Pictures, Eusebio A.
Morales Avenue. ''

ReolEstate
Bill fu : : 'M
i mum Mwninn-uigi rnree1
i,: bedroom house on concrete col columns
umns columns and. extra rental house-on
it large 766 mater lot, Radio City,'
only $4500 cash. .PATTERSON,
.3-1114. ,
' NOW 6ft NEVER: Only $544
down,'- $28 monthly, one-bed-,room
concrete chalet, city water r
- and light,- 10th St., Rio Abajo.
PATTERSON. 3-1114, No. 15
East 36th St.
', FOR SALE: Enough land to in- -(
vest and sell lots,- retire, near
, Racetrack,. 4500 : meters, nice
i ; two-bedroom house, all for $ 1 1
i 500 with small down payment., v
PATTERSON, 3-1114.
, FOR SALE: Small Flnca ail
f Highway, Pilon. Attractive price.
' Call 543-L ar 456-L, Colon, Mr.
Saunders,
-put tan
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CRASH COURSE COMPLETED

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5700th Support Squadron's 'Aircraft Crash Rescue Section re recently,
cently, recently, was awarded a completion 'certificate for completing
the fire fighting and- aircraft' crash rescue course offered by
the Air .Force .Extension, Course Institute. iMaj:; George M.
Jackson, commander tor the 5700th Support Squadron made
-, ... the prwentation. USAF Pbqto)

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COL. EDWIN M. RAMAGE, .Albrook Air Porce Base Command

er, congratulates Alc Russel

of the 1978th AACS Squadron at Albrook for being selected as
one of three "Airman of the Quarter" for: Albrook. : Others
selected: A2c Daniel R. Maloney, aircraft mechanic for the
5700th Materiel Squadron and A2c Axel Von Killisch Horn,
ground radio operator of the 1978th AACS.' The three airmen
were selected to serve' for the period of July,; August and
- -N-V'-SeirtemDerr' (USAF, Fbote)) i ..v-t.--vn -.v.

HQ In Maori nl Reentinhh

S 1 1 1 S -W. w ;.w
WASHINGTON. July (UP)
uhat.' this -country needs more
than a good five-cent cigar is a
respectable two-party political
system.- '.v '. t
A resneetahle two-Party DOlitl
cal system would be one in which
th leader Tina .tne ran-"u-
file of each narty, were deeply
committed to a general program
for the nubile welfare1 and in
which the two general programs
substantially differed.
- The Republican pany ooes noi
meet that sianaara toaay. use,
it would not have been necessa
ry, recently, for President ElsenH
hower to remina congressional
ReDublicans that in opposing
Isome of his basic legislative pro-'
grams-they also were opposing
the prty platform on which
most of them ast year sought
oi lice. ;
The Democratic Party doet doet-n't
n't doet-n't meet it, either. To aemon aemon-ttrate
ttrate aemon-ttrate that to yourself, just try
to define a Democrat in terms
which would cover, for exam exam-pie,
pie, exam-pie, such notable leaders of
that party as Adlal S. Steven Stevenson,'
son,' Stevenson,' Mrs. lleanor Roosevelt,
Sen. Harry T. Byrd iVa.) and
Sen. Wayne M or st (Ore.). It
can't be done.
Enactment of civil rights legis.
lation on which the Senate be begins
gins begins a filibustering debate Mon Monday
day Monday would mangle the southern
way of life. It also would move
the United States closer to a real
two-party system, respectable or
not.
-T-Ti1 MiiM Saa -r.TV nli ri w

sUrtedithe extension and enforcement' snowoown content for centre!
of the right to TOt among those ""e destiny cl the United :.&:;

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rfton Clay-rfton NCO Club from t a.m. to 5
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, cashiers, busboys. Na telephone
calls. '. ;J

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A I r .Terrv Mnrcran of the
c. Cloer, classification specialist
e ; a
elements of-'"southern societ!
which no not now, for one reaso!
or another, exercise the right, f
The Bureau of the Census cal
eulated for the 1952 presidential
election- the percentage of perf
sons of voting age who actualli
voted. Southern states lagged. I
It is reasonable to believe tha;
Negroes comprise the bulk c
Southern non-voters. It is Ilkel
that enactment of civil right
legislation would bring them t
the polls. V'
"''At that point, southerners
would be likely to take a hard
took at their tne-party system.
ution fqr state or federal office
is about the same as election:
to iLJiegro voters in the Sovthi
might, of course, join With the
Republican Party. I
More likely, they would be a
tracted by the more radical do;.
itlcs of northern Democrats anf
tend, therefore, to move into Vr
Democratic part In the Soutl
That wonM bench the old lir
.Democratic conservatives in sev
eral southern sUtes and wrec
the congressional coalition c
conservative Republicans ar.'
southern Democrats. I
Conservative southern vctpr
would be looking then f or anott
er pjace io mark their ballo;
and they probably would win
up in the Republican Party or 1
a party cf their own allied wit
the Republicans, That would t
a considerable move toward i
respectable two-party system 1
which,' ultimately. America;
must distribute themselve? for

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. N6A Food and Markets Editor

IF you' want to make rich and

nnurish fiff druiKS -101" Uie younx-

iters or adults; use chocolate milk
as a nase'f It usually has a higher
fat, content than plain chocolate

drinks. ;
For 'OartiM w fter,-school get get-toeethers.
toeethers. get-toeethers. try these glamorized,

wholesome "drinks, ju-

'Chocolate Milk-Coconut Float
(Servos t)
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.'.viSni. w nro.m 3-4 cud : ter 1-4 cup ground coffee, Ipint

granted fresh coconut, toasted;' 2-3 j vanilla ice cream, 1 quart choco-

Pea- ) iintir feucar is dissolved. Cook 5

t..." runs chocolate milk.'minutes over low. heat. .,

.Wii miishv Soften ice cream, Re- Strain, and cool. Combine ice
SSW SSnt into i cream lectric muer f or otary bea e.

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and frozen chocolate milk. Fill
glasses 2 3 full with frozen choco chocolate
late chocolate milk mixture. Add scoop of
coconut ice cream; Fill glasses
with remaining chocolate milk.
Top with whipped cream and re remaining
maining remaining to? sted coconut; (Bever (Beverage
age (Beverage jnay be served in coconut
shells, if desired.) :
Coffoo-Cream Chocolate Milk
" (Serves 6)

One-half cup sugar, 6 cup we-

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right 'foojt. ColTee pot plu( into appliance outlet on radio,,
It turned on at pre-srt time.

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t By ALICIA HART
:HcTTING vour hair to eurl or

Ii smooth, Just as you want it, is
not difficult at home. There, you've

ve-ytling to work witn: nair

spray, OODDjr pins, orusn
comb. 'r-

But away from home. lt's ..bif-

JilkfMI Mnit nf 11 fflinlft, a

small purse brush and combt but

the. hair SDrav that's neeaea 10

control the wisps is usually not

handy.

And, actually, hair spray should

not be used heavily. Used when

Jyou brush your hair out after a

shampoo. it wiu noia yourjnsir

hn' place mrougn Drusnings ana

setting for three or four flays.

Then, it tima for another sham

poo. Ha'i spray snouian i De usea

several cornea: a aay ia give ypur

hair an artificial stiuness.

The, solution lies in a, little

urse xadaer that's really a solidi

fied conditioning cream In stick

form. It will control all tne un

duly ends at a touch. The stick

comes In i porta Die piasuc case
and works lipstick fashion.

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By BETSY WADE
The average baby, "toddier or
child has twice as jnany ., colds a
year as an adult does. So if -Baby
seems U be down with a cold
constantly, it's probably not that
he's sickly. He catches them ea easily
sily easily from playmates.
A apnsihle familv doctor or pe

diatrician will trv not to prescribe

medicine that Baby finds unpala unpalatable.
table. unpalatable. If by accident he does, ask
him if it's possible to get the me-

ritnn in a cnerrv-uaroreu, i

other appealing, base.

Cinn Habv refused to pedal his

trlvi-lft nreferrina to walk ft a

long the' floor. His parents didn't

urge him, but they were worriea.
investigation Droved that the in

expensive trike didnt have bear

ings ana was very naruviu peum.
A younger child may oe ferocl
ous, an only child may e gentle
Rut it's not necessarily io. If Ba-

hv tends radically one way or the

other, adjust to suit, tne oniy u
hv mav need nlaymates. the IBs

bv-amonn-many may need a little

time alone. ; t .

Leaving Bsby alone in the tub
is a dangerous practice, whatever
his age. However, an plder child
may enjoy playing in the tub
with Baby or supervising his

bath play. This is a good way to

teach resDonsibmty and get a

minute of rest.
Window guards for Baby's room

are worthless, or worse, if they
are put on with short screws. They
may give a false impression of
safety. If tho window frame is
hard, borrow a drill and put long,
large screws all the way in.

Skill in using an eyebrow pencil and a lip brush means that

you can present a natural beauty even though you were not
endowed with it. This tirl (upper left) has tweeied her brows
far too much. Always Have a jight, feathery outline to avoid
a hard look. She, has mended matters, however, by using her

brow pencil In short, quick strokes (lower left). A too-sharp
brow lino (upper right) has been changed into a wider sweep
(lower right) which makes the eyes look larger. And this girl's j
too-thin lip line has been filled in and made prettier by skilful i
use of a lip brush. I

. By ALICIA HART
THE application of make-up is
an art that requires practice and

discernment if a desirable effect
is to be achieved. During the eve evening
ning evening party hours, makeup, like a

pretty ...4fcwei,-xan...M 4ecotauu?e

and obvious. Yet during the -daytime
it should always be subtle and
delicate.

About daytime make-up, Eddie
Senz, whose New York beauty
studio works magic for TV and

stage personalities, has this to

say: "Accent the natural... or im

prove it. But stay away from exo exotic,
tic, exotic, extreme and exaggerated ef

fects if pou want a nod of appro
al instead of disquieting stares."

, jMost; important .to remember

is- the need for good light -when

applying cosmetics. Dreadful mis

takes can be made if the lighting

is poor, it's essential, too, to give

w

H tjob i Jroqueatly iotch

If you are willing to make the

effort, your eyebrows and lips
can be your most striking fea features.
tures. features. Don't tweeze your eyebrows in into
to into a fine line. Do most of the
tweezing on the under side and
leave some of the tiny, fine hairs

along the top to give the outline

softness. The thickest area snouia
be on the end toward the nose.
: Never use a pencil, in one long,
heavV line. Apply it in short, feath feathery
ery feathery strokes nd then use a small,
stiff brush tj blend the pencil with

...I lim. tk 4nk 14 Via natural n 4ha hrnun ii-

QiHllllllS.UVlf VM- JVAV",Hi V. -""W,

. BB awiU4 noi 10 nave yonn pen

cil strokes too dark if your brows

are light. Accent them, but avoid

too strong a contrast.
There are tricks for the lips,
too. There seems to be a natural

inclination to make the lips taut

when using lipstick. This can re

sult in an entirely; different mouth

shape than you intended. Keep tne

lips in repose so that the color is
applied as you want it to appear.
For. a clear line use a lip brush,
painting the outline first and then
filling in.
Dont try to reduce the size of
a full lip by only coloring part
of the (surface- It can't be done

However, a, thin up can oe ais-

guised with lip., brush so. that
it's difficult "to tell where color
has been added.
With practice you can become

so skiiuui witn orow pencu ana
lip rouge that no one will know

where natur left off and you, your
self, took over.

By KAY SHERWOOD
riEA Staff Writer

ONE of the hardest times of the

dav for the homemaker to main

tain her equilibrium is during the

early morning rush, hour. Part of
the lamny is rushing to work and

part to school. Sometimes, as in
my home, the baby wants to be
up and doing, too. A lost cuff link,
a broken shoe string or a missing
skirt becomes a major crisis.
I know I'm not the only woman
who has felt at 8:30 a.m. that she'd
shattered the record for long-distance
running.
Starting the- day in a leisurely,
well-organized and even-tempered
way is not an easy goal.

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wisps of hair about Uc face te
!a parse stick that's lightly
Mlidik4 eandiUMiog err am.
tit tanes abort rads' quickly,
, ) in a portable plastic cast.

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STEPS UP Lt CdL Emma
Jan EUey, WAP stall director
in Europe, will become director
of women in tho Air J" ore,
.August II. The -44 -year -old

B KAY SHERWOOD

AS familie-. grow larger so does
the interest in children's rooms
and the ways of furnishing them

attractively and inexpensively.
" A friend, writing from a south

ern state, reminds me that climate
plays an important part in her
planning With "a bucket of sand"

tracked in or spilled from pants

pockets and cuffs in the course of

a day, and strong winds that blow

fine dust deep into the fibers of

curtains, she requires floors that

are easy to sweep, fabrics that

wash and dry with little effort.

Hot, humid climates take their
toll of furnishings, too. So does

strong,' year-around sunlight. In

her experience, she thinks it bet

ter to use inexpensive fabrics

and simple patterns. Sew items

yourself if need be, and plan to

replace them more often, she

writes.

room that could be adapted to any

climate and answered some oi her

special requirements.

The unoieum uie iioor is easy

to iweeo. to damn-moo or wash.

A small, washable, latex-backed

rug by the bed offers cozy footing
for-cold mornings.

Sturdy, lightweight rattan head

board and chair with a plastic plastic-webbed
webbed plastic-webbed seat and back are also
easy to take cart of. Rattan has a
fine reputation for good service in
hot, humid climates as well as
tern per atte areas.
To give the room a springhtly air,
bright red-and-white-stripod cotton
plisse is the choice for bedspread
and curtains.
This inexpensive fabric' caa be
machine washed and dried with without
out without ironing Both tho tailored,
home-sewa spresd and curtains
are trimmer" with fluffy white
eertoa nail fringe.
The matching trim m tho cur curtains
tains curtains has loops for the rod, which
makes sewing the curtains
quick and fairly simple task.

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THOSE WHO HAVE come- clos closest
est closest to reaching this goal tell me
the best place to start is the night

before. In addition to setting the
table for breakfast, set up the cof

fee pot. Purists may object that
this 4amasthe41a!r;tcftCe,
but against this is the ease with

which it can be made by anyone.

Lay out the school clothes. Set the

alarm clock 10 minutes earlier.
If you have a clock radio, try
using this instead of the alarm,
waking up to music or the news.

I tried this at the earnest request
of a friend, and we find it rouses
us more happily than the buzz of
the alarm.
If you want a cup of coffee
fast in the morning, don't over overlook
look overlook the convenience of plugging
in an automatic coffee pot t6 the

clock radio to start it cooking ai

soon as you waxen. Alter a no
cup, I'm more ready to cope with with-cereal,
cereal, with-cereal, juicos vitamins, eggs,, milk)
and cocoa for the rest of Jn1
household. .
TO EASE the bottleneck in th

bathroom, see that children's tub

baths are taken at night, and

leave the shower free for ,. .the

morning.
The simple addition of towel
racks can also cut down en early

morning confusion. If each ehUd
has-his rsck and designated place

for toothbursh, it saves scramt

bling and arguing. .

KEEPING ALL your husband's

things together will speed his

dressing. Ar plastic tray into

which he can empty contents ; of

his pockets at night and retrieve,
them handily in the morning is a
time saver. y
i So is a shoe rack i where shoes
,araplaced'-U rach. instead ,.oiv
disappearing under the bed. U
it's up to you to organise the
chests ot" drawers, make sure hi
shirts, shorts, underwear, sock!

and nandkercniets are siorea sep separately
arately separately for easy reaching without

searching. w

Kmd a reserve suDDir snoe-

strings for all member 'of Urn

family in a convenient places An

other aid to '. prompt.-; departure

I've found is to have -on' tabn

designfeted by the, dober at nt

place to pile school books ano

briefcase at night. ''i

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Children have a circus la a room suck ma this, and mother will hav si picniielteeolng H la
order. Spread aad curtains of cotton pliaoe aad easily cved-for furniture are bJdgot- iUaaa.

ion

Pink for, summer nas lost its

tendency to blue and taken on a

coral hue instead. Pretty lor va vacation
cation vacation wear.
In Paris, summer furs take en
pastel hues. Pink or blue furs are
matched to pastel chiffon irutu
for evening wear.

Printed cotton kata and scarves
are being wen with aavy blue
suits in Paris for summer. There
are matching gloves, too.

Flowers go into the hair for
summer and are made even pret prettier
tier prettier when they're swathed in pale
pink veiling.

A CUPBOARD for toys and a
dresser for clothes (one eld, one
new and unpainted), were coordi coordinated
nated coordinated with a coat of, bright blue
washable enameL
When nicks and scratches' make

their mark, the paint can be sand- New idea for the .. summer
ed down and another coat of color blouse is chiffon with your mono mono-brushed
brushed mono-brushed on. gram in embroidery; The color
Decorate additions such as gsy might be a deep pink monogram

circus posters and a clown-motif on son pink.

native of Plattsburg. Mo., win

succeed CoL Phyllis D. S. Cray, ,mp tn ehildhood favorites and
who wUl retire ,. -youngster interests- huV to

'other interest.'

Lots of gold buttons and buckles

appear oa Paris iasbions. Goldi caa be arresting.

buckles look especially good on
polished leather or suede belts.
Newest necklace in Paris for a
young girl is the one msde of iri iridescent
descent iridescent mauve, pink and smoky
blue beads twisted into choker or
rope. N j
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Seen en the boulevards of Pa Paris:
ris: Paris: cafs-au-lait suede slippers with
bronze heels, snd pale gray suede
with heels of black patent leather.

Print! laee for the cocktail hour
is a new Paris fashion. Flowers in
delicate colors are set against
New notion from Paris in sun sun-back
back sun-back dresses:' one side is white.

the other side mauve.

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
DAVE'S family subscribes to a
popular magazine. His best friend's

family doesn't. So Dave, who is

eieht. takes pleasure in giving

Ithem copies that his parents have

finished reading.
One Sunday afternoon his fath

er couldn't locate the current

issue. When Dsve ssid he hadn't

seen it, his latner said, i guess
the Maclvers have it, eh? Since

you've been giving them my ma magazine,
gazine, magazine, I daren't put one down for

fear it disappears."

A little later. Dave's mother

found the msgazine. So her bus-

band thoughtfully sought his son
in the yard where he" seemed ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed in repairing his express
w.AAn U. i H "MnlKar tmmA thic

behind the couch where I wss read
inr it last night. So I was wrong.

You didn't give it to the Maclv-vers."

THE buy made no comment.

Then bis father said gently, "Dsve,
you should hive said, 'Dad, you
are wrong,' just now. You let me
get away with somethig that wasnt
true. So look up at me and ssy
what you should have said before.

Say to nve 'Dad. you were wrong.

Basis for all goofl looks is abso

lute cleanliness. This means start

. k. l.:n ., f,.a i Vila I

AUK 1IUIU lilC B.UI will. fc ,
to be sure to keep oneself anl Do bad onry got U the second
one's Clothing spotless. But worU word when the tension in his fsce

it.

toroke and he began to cry with
the relief of his relessed hurt and

anger.
' The most economical thing a
parent can do is train a child in

tne reuet of ms reieas-

have a problem of egotismthtl
our authority over him is fragilA
based not on truth, but falsehood.
For it is humanly impossible fot
us to be alvays right-
4
Though as parents,' wt must
impose our views on Dave, w nes
er dare claim perfect rigmaesi
for them. They are to be respected
only because they are the Very;
best we can see at the given timew
BEAUTY TIPSS

You can start your small dauji dauji-ter
ter dauji-ter out of good grooming by gff gff-ing
ing gff-ing her a bedroom mirror placed
sufficiently low so that she can
see herself with esse. She should
have her own chest of drawers
snd her own "cosmetics" of the
type designed especially for chil

dren.

2?
A real aid to beauty is a mfgnt
fying mirror. It msy not be flat
tering but it tells the harsh trutX
in a manner that give- you
chance to do something construe
tive about blackheads and.' enlarg

ed pores. i J 1J

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Most women have some pet
fithinn ilsm With mm it' hall. I

With jth.' it', a drawerful of wt with the relief

frsgile lingerie of a closet full" of jed hurt and anger.

stnes. in a tendency tnat naa w v..v i v.-.j -tekinla
k -k- .ant tii went caa do is train a child to, tain or oowea. seaauese tiacauu

If your legs are heavy, you caa
slim them dewa by weaning -arerf
plain, trim pumps and hosiery M
a darker shsde than yon ordiaarv)

ly choose. For legs that are tod

wind ut

lopsided.

Navy blue and black are eoual eoual-lv
lv eoual-lv cood in the Paris spring collec

tions but beige, mustard and cafe-

au-lait are favorites, too.

. t are many checks and pastel tweeds

' I in featherweiehts.

Dont play a favbrite color with t
a heavy bsnd. The f set that yon '
look we3 ia green doesnt mean
that you need by-pass other colors. -If yove trouble gettmg those
. ... jslender keels on your shoes prop-
4 Sometimes the way to make a'erty fixed wrta- lifts, ask your

color strike a-stunning csoct is. shoe repairman to ase nyioa juu.

nu it rfian-eetlv. A toocb -oitniev last a Mnf time ana uus

witn a wardrobe thafi say "You are wrong" when be be-
. v, ilieves to be so.

U all cnuorea got tais training,
they wouid spare us most of the
bad temper, lies, disobedience and
general pettiness by which they

now say "You are wrong'' tn ag

Theregressive acuoa instead of aggres

sive woraa.
' AS they doat get this training,
they dont speak the aggressive
words. Unless like Dave s father
we deliberately undertake to re relieve
lieve relieve them of their fear, we caa
hve perpetual Victims to their in indirect,
direct, indirect, protesting, aggressive ac

tion.

are a great htip.

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Good ruie for a well areW
tiened body line, aa matter what
the current fashion, ia to keen
your hemlines never kager than
the bottom of the rounded paft

of the calf and never shorter

than the top of the calf.

violet with beige or 'nay or black cut down the number of times jA child s fear of the V

About the only thing to do a
bout those very low' chairs, to S
void being awkward, is ta stay
out of them Otherwise, yon mif

need help ia gettuig up ana ika

i'xou need new lifts. t Vi are wrong" tell as that we'll not a graceful pictnTe.



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THE STORY: Dr. Garde Shelton has replaced I

5 ti I THE STORY: Dr. Garde Sheltoit has replaced

rDr. Kurt Lillard on the staff of the Bayard. Mo,

j Snlinlc. Garde feels that he is being Compared with
i ?Kurt as a "substitute." Kurt was convicted of mtfr-

j ""qer on circumstantial evidence and many believe him

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I THE next evening when they
were out in the garden together,
Garde's Head went up sharply at

the sound of a ringing bell. "U s

sidewalk and tip on the Stanfield

side of the, hedge.
"I like evergreens' said Valley.

"Oh. sure, so do I." said Garde

heartily. "But if you want these

r Stanfields, said his mother. "Ilthings to live and grow you're

Sknow the sound. Their bell rings

all the time. Telegraph boy comes
5ji half-dozen times a day..."
"Valley writes a newspaper col

umn."
"Garde. I've repaid their call,

not dome the job right. First

Dlace. vou should have grubbed

out the barberry. They won't be

compatiDi with your junipers.
Second, you need peat moss and

some sort of tree looa. your noies

, and I've taken them things. A pie, should be wet before you set Me

roots in at au. -"I've
no reason to think you're

any better gardener than I am!"
"You'd better let me help you,"

he told her. "Not now. 1m on my

wav to the clinic. But if you 11 hold

off till evening, I'll help you1 do

this job right."
She straightened, and her head
went up and back with a somewhat
desperate air "I may as well tell
you," she blurted, ''that I do not
like doctors!"
"Oh?" he asked coolly. "Why
not?"
She chewed at her underlip
with very white teeth. "I don't
like anything about them," she
declared "The things they do
the things they see and most
especially I do not like the things
they talk about."
"I wouid say, then, that you
can't have known many doctors."
"I don't want to know many."

" gel food."
"It was very good."
"Of course it was good. But that

Itook of theirs said I needn't!

niind. She took care of her folks."
Gards laughed,
a. "Well, then, I don't believe I'd
, go any more. They seem friend friendly,
ly, friendly, but they have a right to their
privacy, too."
He never knew if his advice
was taken. Perhaps his mother
did stop taking food across the
i yards to Stanfields, but she
;must have kept watching the
," house for he came home one day
to get his customary "clean shirt
at noon" and found his mother
puffing with indignation.
"Did you see What Valley Stan Stan-field
field Stan-field is doing?" she demanded.
"Or did you come in the back
way?'
"I came in the back."
"We'l. you go to the front and

look. She planting a spite
fence!"
Garde tilted his chin and was
very careful with the knot of his
dark tie.
His mother came farther into
Jiis room. "Garde, are you listen listening
ing listening to me?"
He turned. "I don't believe I
am in a position to discuss, it.
Mother. 1 don't know what Valley
is doing..."
"I told you."
"You're the one who has decid-,

ed it 's a'spite fence. Aren't you?"

"Well," he said with a' casual-

ness meant to be reassuring.

can't help you now, anyway. I

have too many upset tummies

waiting on ; me, and too many

motners to nrage wun my lec
tures."

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"Oh, for heaven's sake, Garde, er lurl,eu i""1" '"'L

u,ht pIco rniilH it h.9 ShP-t Pt. IBS'". "'K mean "

ting out a row of tall cedars- or buu """""

She was beautiful, and she was
exciting.

!

YOUNG "SOLDIER WITH B-I-C Gtltf Michael McAlpln, If;

takes a bead on a Imaginary "enemy" as he sights down xne?
barrell of a 50 cal .machine gun displayed by H Co.: of the'20th
Inf. Reg. at Balboa yesterday. He is the son of.Mr. and -Mr.:
.. Boy McAIpinoI Balb?a4 -x

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"iooix' now pcevea you got at

my well meant advice on the

planting ot trees."

"Yes, I did, didn't I? And do

you know what? I'll go on doing

some kind of evergreen things

oecn wuriung ai ii ail morning.
r-d a boy digging the holes, but
be went off, and she's putting in
l iose trets and filling them up

.lie uuica .luu tiicj flic nunc V i , ...
rough together to hide their frontltne wron8 tnln8s-

dnr ann steps from anything but
our upstairs windows, and of
' course Iht window of my bed bedroom
room bedroom sits behind the roof of that

hsv nnli!j l

Garde laughed. "Valley must 1 happens,?";
Vtam cnmnlhinn r( an ennmaor I I t a

-His mother was shocked at this! "To both of you? Oh, your

Iwtravai of family loyalty. "1 do j rees wul die, and I U earn a tat

believe vou're on her side." imug ibiuib iui uic icou. i

jrt"Oh t's tint a mattfr nf taW na me moiners miMar.es.

sides, Mother. But I will say it
serves vou right if she is building
Jfspite fence. I told you to let thera

'J0"6' "Never fail."

"I know vou will. Just as the

mothers ignore my advice about

their children.';
She looked alert. "Then what

She laughed. "Are you
good as a prophet?"

any

-Valjev Stanfield in a denim jac jacket
ket jacket and blue-and-white striped
britclws light about the knees,
was pink m the face from her ef effort
fort effort tn fill in one nf the hnlps

whileVsimultaneously keeping that1 and watched-him

particular tee straight. I
Garde thought she was beautiful. (TO BB CONTINUED
and etcifing. He walked out to the1 NEXT WEEK)

They laughed together; he lift lifted
ed lifted his hand in salute, put on his
hat and strode down the street.

Valley leaned on her spade handle

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Rickey McDona,ld tthat's him standing on his hadj during
the Horse show at Balboa Stadium 4th of July. The. shew wat
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"1FXAG RAISING'- Starting, the 4th of July In a traditional
-manner Scouts raised the American flag at the Balboa Circle.
Explorer Scout Edward Suarez of post 7 and Boy Scouts Charles
Lavallee,-troop 7 and Robert Schultz of troop 5 raise the flag
while Senior Service-Girl Scouts Dorothy Rose, Celia Darfman
and Wing Scouts Sue Barrett and, Cecl Eggleston look AU
io participating were a Joint Armed Services Color Guard and
Combined Army-Air Force bands.

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STAR PERFORMERS F. S. Rudeshetai-owner of the Panama
Riding School rode the biggest horse at. the show but Susan
Slater age 10, was the center of attraction, for the children at
the horse show as she rode her Shetland pony-'Star whoi is

five years old and barely stands five feet tail.

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-THE artist pur-
A posely made
a large number
of 'errors in the
'drawing at right
so that you. can
have, some fun

, finding them.
' There ar ho
v fewer than 25
mistakes. Time
yourself. 'If, you
spot at least 20
rin 6 minutes,
y o u're e x c e p-
. tlonal. Finding 25
in 10 minutes is
'.good.
; See how many
errors you can
find before con

sulting the solution below. It's best to make a list,
of course, ;so ypu won't count the same error twice.
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naoo iJjpoa aunjj; AopuiM '8 JtfIP eiswns ja
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Plot Begins to Thicken

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Helping Yourself

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VVTHEN Brown decided to-cut up his farm Into
Vy building plots' for development, he sold all but
the triangular-shaped area sketched above. For his
own purposes, he divided this area with a fence
' along die vertical line; this met the base at right
angles. The two shorter sides of the field were al already,
ready, already, fenced but the longer side wasnt. The two
new owners of these divisions want to know what
length of fencing they would require, each for his
different share of,. the base side. Can you tell them?
Measurements are in yards.
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BRIEF REPORTS ot select new
. books of interest, to home
' craftsmen, hobbyists and eoileo
tor. Selected by Clark Kmnatrd.
Metal Sculpture, by John
Lynch (Studio-C r owe 1 1, 153
pages; $4.50). New forms and
new techniques in the utilization
of wire and sheet metal for dec decorative
orative decorative purposes by the hobbyist
or artist The many photographic
Illustrations of mobiles and. kin kinetic
etic kinetic compositions classified as art
should stimulate the reader -td
acquire shears, pliers, solder qut qut-fit
fit qut-fit and electric weld to enjoy the
hobby and the feeling that what whatever
ever whatever he puts together may be
creative art.
Chamber Music, edited by Alex
Robertson (Pelican, 421 pages:
95c). A handy cyclopedia of ex explanatory
planatory explanatory notes on small-group
Instrumental t e p e r t a 1 r e from
Haydn to Shostakovich, with min miniature
iature miniature scores of many pieces.
Cats in Your Home, by Mar Mar-Jorie
Jorie Mar-Jorie Farnham Schrody (Sterling,.
128 pages: $2.95). Answers to
any ordinary fancier of felines.
Illustrated with an entertaining
collection of photos (some of
them in full color).

""5 By B. C, Kaufman n.

-A gram above, that is, to sue-
; ceed in crossing out all of the
numbers, you must find the Cor Correct
rect Correct numerical answers to the
definitions below. If the answer
to N6, 1, for instance, is 0, cross
. out 0 In the diagram; if the an answer
swer answer to No. 2 is 4315, cross out ;
4, 3, 1 and 0. Etc. Answers may
r have as many as five. digits. Can
you bowl a perfect score ?
Today's definitions:
I. A triangle has sides; a
square has sides; an octagon
has sides.
I S.'-Tris saiij (or every minute a
parson grumbles he loses sec seconds
onds seconds of happiness.
I. This Amendment to the 17.
8. Constitution gave- women nation-wide
suffrage!
4. If a knapsack's a sleeping
bag, eress out 97; if not, cross
out 7S.
5. If a soldier marched all day
at the rate of Z't miles per hour,
how many feet would he
"'mover.'
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Can 't Get A way From It
What do you do with your
shoes when you Wear them out?
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Family Portraits
RIGS Is pigs ti said. But a pig that wants to
ham thingq up can refut this statement simply
: by referring to hts family name. Older males of the
. hog' family, for instance, are known as boars,' ft ft-.
. ft-. males are sows; offspring are shoats. there are
. distinctive terms for members of other families in
the animal world, ten of which are given below. Can
you distinguish between father, mother and offspring
t in each case t

ANIMAL FATHER
; 1, Deer Buck
9. Cat

8. Chicken
4. Horse ........
5. Elephant
6. Sheep
7. Fox

8, Ooose

9. Whale ........
10. Ass

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Cash and Carry

TUNK dealer Pete bought an old
J refrigerator for $60. He could
not get rid of it for many weeks,
and so he sold It at cost (that
is, for $60) to Sam Schults.
A few months later, Sam gave
up 'his home and moved into an
apartment. He had no use for the
refrigerator any more. Pete
bought it back for $50. Luckier
this time, he sold it a few days
later to a third party for $70.
But up to this day he hasn't
been able to figure out hts profit
in those refrigerator deals. Maybe
you can tell him.
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jd4 no 3tu t HJom. iaoui juso uo
ou 'oeJ i moid s,)aj taoitniog

The Musicians

Finding Phantom Words

A-Z SUPERMARKET MAZE

Eir-H'! i J ri i t T'4-44

Are These Four Trees Evident to You?

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Solve'a Wise- Word Cryptogram
'"pHEtUC are fourteen short words, three of 'them
I repeated, which" should make this an easy crypt
to .solve. When you have discovered how the letters
have been substituted, you can read the quotation,
i from Pope on the advantage of truth-tellihg.
FB VFN SBJJR M JOB GR LNS
RBLRGEJB -r FNV DQBMS M 8MKI
FB WLTBQSMIBR; CNQ FB KWRS
EB CNQHBT SN GLDBLS SVBLSZ
. KNQB SN K3IGLSMGL NLB.
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iaAn o paajoj q isnai sq joj :iivapan t( s)

ais moq iqso jou i uJ ou "wnn8
SOMETHING IN THE AIR

-T-O PASS this
test you are
asked to guess
the four well-known-
trees rep represented
resented represented In rebus
form at left
Here's an ex example:
ample: example: "No. 1
shows the palm
of a hand; the an
swer, therefore, is

a 'palm tree.' As
a further aid in identifying them;
we'll tell you the number of let letters
ters letters in each remaining tree's
name: No. 2 four letters, No. 3
five letters, No. 4 eight letters.
Now, how quickly can you
answer? '
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It's Sporting of You
DO YOU know a lot about win winter
ter winter sports? Answer in one
minute, if you think you do.
When you come right down to
it, what's the hardest thing about
learning to ice skate?
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TEST

""THERE are three musiciansa
violinist, a pianist and a cel cellist
list cellist Each is the father of a
grown son. The sons' names are
Tom Budd, Tom Topp and Tom
Guest.
L The cellist and Tom Topp
are each six feet tall.
2. The pianist is five feet tall.

S. Tom Guest is six Inches
shorter than Tom Topp.
4. The violinist Is five feet nine
Inches tall.
& Tom Budd's father has more
gray hair than the cellist
. The pianist's son has 517
phonograph records.
7. The violinist has exactly one one-third
third one-third aa many records as that
man, among the ether five, who
Is nearest his own height
. What la the name of the
Violinist?
WHOTA in ( ij oi
Wliee q job ud q jaquau (
ppng -uo ,iUd n jou ) ppna
iuox ou 'in lo pjin-uo xnawa m
louun noji (9) -ppna uioj, aq nui
jqIq ,Ui0A aqt jiajBau i oqM.
uui qx (t 't 'D ppna ou
si sunu s.wnao qx (S) lilog
You Should Know This
WHO la your father's sister's
son's only uncle's only child ?
' Answer quickly.
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CERTAIN let letters
ters letters of k e y
words In the dla- ;
grams at left and
below are provid provided
ed provided for un aa
clues In finding
the others. To be begin
gin begin their discov discovery,
ery, discovery, copy those
letters now in
sight In each
blank space di-

rectly below.
That is to say, in in-the
the in-the top diagram,
copy I in the
three blanks be beneath
neath beneath it the T in
the four blanks
beneath It etc,
Then, using these
letters in the low lower
er lower blanks, try to
form short words
by guessing at
missing letters.

When you think you have found a letter that "be "belongs,"
longs," "belongs," Insert it in each vertical blank as. before.
If your guess la correct the letter will function in
all horizontal words. When the correct letters of the
key word are found, shorter words will be In evi evidence
dence evidence throughout the diagram, of course. Answers
are given below, but no fair peeking I
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Some Switching Around Is in Order Here

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SOLUTION

SWITCHING

C. STARES knows this super supermarket's
market's supermarket's floor plan from ani

mal crackers to succhlni. He can
barge from one to the other non nonstop
stop nonstop in sixty seconds flat Can
you do as well?
Take a pencil, enter at the
lower right hand corner marked
A. Select either path indicated

by an arrow and try to pick your have

way to the opposite corner.

' I 'HERE Is something fascinating about switching
things around in any household furniture, or
what have you. Perhaps this explains the popularity
of these two old "switching" favorites.
Arrange five coins, three nickels and two dimes,
as above for example. In three moves bring the
dimes together and the nickels together. Tou must
move two adjacent coins at a time in effecting this
transfer. It isn't necessary to alter the spacing be between
tween between the coins to do this.
Now for the other poser.
A serf has to ferry across a stream a fox, a goose
and a bag of grain. His boat is so small that only
one of the three, besides himself, can be contained
in it How is he to manage so that the fox will

no opportunity of killing the goose, or the

goose of eating up the gram 7 It is assumed, of

course,, that neither the fox nor
the goose will run off if left
alone, and that the fox will not
eat the grain.
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fatfa)aj-pu fajnjai h -xuj eii hum.
taAai aq M0q 'Ujjr qj jaAO ai(
)Uoa SunJl aqi jo aiooj aq) iaAa
H 'arooS aq) qii xavq aauioa pu
'apii jwqio m uo II aaAvai xoj aq)
aqaiaj pus ajn)J H P! Jaqjo
qi no ) ia pu mojdw aaooS
aq) aai(w) JJt aqx Jaod onAa
.InptApu aq) jo jo) Jij i qoiq
jo XjaooP aq) 'monnioa aiqinod
jaAaa jo ano i aiqj,'
. Repeat This If You Can
DEPEAT aloud as swiftly as

possible:

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It's Your Move

SOMETHING going on overhead
aaa caught the attention of
these youngsters, and they seem ;
fascinated. Can you determine
what It is? .To find out simply
draw a continuous line from dot
I to dot etc, to dot 21

Murderous iTbougbt

BEHEAD me, and 1 murder; be-;
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probably die. If my whole does
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By Eugene Shtfftr

HORIZONTAL
1 What did Jesus break end
tive the Disciples .the night
efore his betrayal? (Mat 28:
26) 1
6 Who is love? (1 John 4;8)
9 Wise old men.
.; 14 Two wings of what great bird
were given to the woman?
(Rev. 12:14) V."
15 Eucharistic wine vessel.
16 Goddess of peaces '
17 Part of the British Isles.
19 One of the choses) deacons
(Acts 0:5) ,vf:
21 Island (Fr.) -v
22 Twinkle. ,
23 Female sheep.
24 Laianu was sfTlicted with
these (Luke 18:20)
27 They shall "Inherit the' earth'
- (Mat 5:5)
28 Roman coin.
29 Goddess of discord.
30 Vend.,
31 Small piece cut off.
33 Pinch.
34 Iricesrent gem. -- ?
35 -Paul appealed to him (Acts
25:11
87 Very.
38- Give forth.
3 Tropical tree. "..
40 Symbol for selenium.
41 Peter, standing with .how
- many other Apostles, received
the Holy Ghost on the day of
- Pentecost? (Acts 2:14)
43 Festive. v.e
44 Personal pronoun.'.'
45 Equal t
48 One of the cities of Judah
(Josh. IS JO)
47 Nouy.
48 Place given to the children of
Lot by the Lord (Deut 2.0)

49 Deceased.

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50 Twdnty-four in a day.
- 51 Distress call.
53 Source.'
54 Nervous twitch.
55 Defender of the people.
57 Read.
61 Sprites."
62 Citrus drink.
64-Theme paper.
65 Takes oft skin.
6 Plant
67 Cubic meter.
- VERTICAL
.-I Insect 44
2 Sped.
3 Ovum.
4 Fsiendly associates.
5 Business transactions.
6 One of the tribes of Israel.
7 Mystic ejaculation.
8 Book of the Old Testament
9 Jesus promised the Apostles
that they should lay hands on.
these persons and heal them
. (Mark 16:18)
10 Macaw.
. 11 What book of the Bible tells
' of tie creation of the world?
12 Sufficient- (archaic)
13r-Series of ; plant formation
change.
18 Symbol for neon.
20 Writing fluid -,
22 A spring.
24 Feeling.
25- Eird.. J
26 Tean 7
27 Flesh food.
2 Biblical city tl Car. 1:73)
, 30 TwirL TwirL-31
31 TwirL-31 Father of Heber fLuke 1 35)
- 32 One of the men who sealed
the' covenant (Neh. 104) j
24--Portent f
35 Serene. '
36 Musical pipes. .'.
3S Always. J
3 Discharged obligation.
e UR, xUag reaeane Syaalcatav be.
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42 Elusive, 52 Heraldic bearing.
43 Small insect 53 Ado.
44 French coin. 54 Symbol for tellurium.
46 Msn with the palsy whom 56 Babylonian god.
Peter healed (Acts 0:33) 67 Church bench.
47 Tree of pea family. 58 Mariner's direction (abbr.)
49 Put on. 50 Auditory organ.
50 Employs for pay. 80 Stain.
91 Degree. 63 Aecomplifh.

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conducts tests on Atlas the
intercontinental ball i s t i c
missile. There are three
.such sites just 1 for testing.

NO ADVERTISEMENT This shde shine boy on the
island of Maui doesn't believe in advertising JhiS ."
.services, evidently as b doesnt wear, any shoes
himself. However, he. does a brisk business. Note ..
the coconut hat "with the flower band of orchids. ; ,V'

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CARDINAL'S 'FANVA young girl "crashes",, th. line'
at Muhdelein college. Chicago, to get a picture of 'His

Si Erninence Samuel Cardinal Stritch .(left). The pre

late's honor guard smiled, along with him at the un unexpected
expected unexpected interlude at ,the college's commencement.

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-. National park. One of the top attractions in the park is thisTemple of Osiris.
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DOGS FOR DOLLARS

TJATRIQTIC POOCHES are lielpirig to Improve BritainV finandal status! Tjjr n
Xi. bringing in 'American dojlaw. Alderbournea small shop on London's west f j
side, deals exclusively, in miniature dogs and, Americans' are the favorite custom-; 1 t;
ers. The dog shop will ship by air .to any part of the world and hrow in food ,w
and a blanket in the travel equipment. "Little chaps; as Alderbournes calls its Vy Vy-w
w Vy-w miniatures, have found welcome homes abroad. Alderbournes also supplies all x, y
kinds ot doggy wear j from a knit sweater to one made of mink. Business is fine ;-

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Calls Go To Six Contimnis

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we live In. the "ancient" media to

radio cull has possibilities.

tven toaay uiKing witn t people

day with amateurs, all over the
World trying to contact each oth other.
er. other. The more the contacts the high higher
er higher the score.
Nin amateurs MARS operators.

all with Canal Zone Amateur Radio

on six continent in a period of 24operatora kcenses manned tne A

hours, that is, it you don't count
penguins, icebergs, and the Antar Antar-tic,
tic, Antar-tic, is still quite a feat.

Startinc at 4 cm. on June 22. the

Caribbean Air Command Military

Affiliated Radio Station (M AH S)

( MAKS) KZoAF-Portable accom

plished this feat while taking part
in the American Radio Relay

League's, annual Held day exer

cise. 1 ...
The exercise lasted from. A p.m.
on Saturday until 4 p.m. on Sun-

brook operation around the clock
talking with more than 1,000 oth

er-Hams." t
Contacts were made with such
places as Russia, Monaco (not -with
Princess Grace), Japan, Es- n
tenia and practically every other
country in Europe, New Zealand;
Australia,. India, Hawaii, Africa,
Ceylon,. Philippine Islands, Asiatic ,.
Russia, Ukraine, Czechoslovakia.
Alaska and Guam, to name but a
few. A decision that hasn't been

Tw. -ft. high antennas; left te JMtar a-d right 2J&J5tt

. else, i Such modern tquipmem iww i pi w t
ting at Albrook. At the extreme right Is a IO meter antenna.

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Bene i Somnierville : watches iSgt. Barber make a contact on a 15-meter phone rig as A2C Rbs Rbs-eU
eU Rbs-eU C Dow of the Albrook Finance Office keeps the log. 1 '. 1

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: Even raoio nperaiors. man iu. .m. ones n mis. i irw --
- 4.k. .ni) miij k. Aknva. winkfemier and Brown look anxlOBBlr en

as Mrs. Potts tferegfounl tenter) and Irs. Shea (besides her) prepare hambarrers. Mrs. J ,mur rmtei af'li kilowatt, providecf the J
- Potts' mother, Mrs. J. F. Wiley ef Buntsville, Texas visiting her daughter la the Canal Zone r A portable power J'''0' '.i' i
. kroia Inore -hamburgers steaMIoc the occasion, -.j . ; ',' TK wer - 'j

Capt. Joe Shea and Sgt. Barber take" their turn ait their 10- -;
meter phone rig en Saturday just at dask, to try their, hand f . ;

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i From AlbrookPicnic Bohios

; resojved yet, Is whether, or not
, the contacts made' with other Ca Capiat
piat Capiat Zone stations were the-short-est
or-longest in-distance. J:
: Maj. Jim Potts", Caribbean Air
, , Command- resident auditor and op-

erator of Station -KZ5rC was the

WffiiM TTiaIH 'Haw vdqLi ftnnnanrorl .hv ::-ih'

' CAirG Communications Section, un-
der the direction of Captain Arth Arthur
ur Arthur S. De Sonia.
.:):-'?.- Tk Jnn Ytifrtt 4-Vi A Avannlen til&

per cent of its planned -efficiency.
Even with this limitation the unit
recorded an average- of one con""
tact each minute and a half during '-the
the '-the 24 hour period." ; -.'
Operators used the "voice"

phone on the 10 and IS mfcer band

exercise project 'officer. Albrookf bat, 'worked the 20 and 40 meter

oands with Morse code.-.

Amateurs 'taking part in- the ex-:

ercise besides Major Potts include T,
ed Capt. Joe Shea, KZ5JE, Hci 1

wtir m-agi. james isaroer, iv-

operators set Up shop in a "bolio"Z5JB, 5700th Ail- Base Group-, AI-

on the Albrook picnic area. A port portable
able portable 10 kilowatts generator was

f- hauled in to provide the power for

rigs. Three seceivers and transmit-
ters to operate on the 10, 15, 20 and
-' 40 meter bands 'were also checked
out on Friday. However: Saturday
due to one of the set's failure, the
. operation was limited to about 50

brook: CWO" Frank Kennedy KZ-

5KY, 1978th AACS Sq, Albrook'; S- J
Sgt. Paul Browne KZ5PD' CAitC I
MARS station; Bob Locke,' KZ5DK, f
CAA employe; Charles'- Hoffman, i
KZ5CH CAA employe, Bud Bud- U j
wrortV KZ5LB, U.S. Navy- era-1 U

pioye, and Danvern Roberts, KZ KZ-tiunt.nued
tiunt.nued KZ-tiunt.nued on Page. 8.

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SSgt. Carl A. Belells of Albrook and Bob Locke of the Canal Zone CAA are shown late1 at
' night operating the 40-meter band CW set. ,

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Operating around the -clock MARIS radio station KZ5AF at
Albrook participated in the recent world-wide amateur oper--
ators field day operations. Late In the .night operators are
- shown making contacts throughout the world, Above, Major v
Jim, totts, project -officer,, watches a SSgt. Ceorge Winkle-'
mier logs the call letters of a Monaco contact Just made by
Bud- Bud worth, an electrical inspector with the U.S. Navy.

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activity, beings a iamily affair, ,-"'.,'-' Mattered in the Albrook "bohios' ready. for .the 24-hour operation,
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anyone lived In a pretty how town
(with up so floating many bells tlown)
spring summer autumn winter
he sang his didn't he danced his did.
Women and men (both little and small) -cared
for anyone not at all
they sowed their Isn't they reaped their same
sun moon stars rain
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children guessed (but only a few
and down they forgot as up they grew
autumn winter spring summer)
that noone loved him more by more
when by now and tree by leaf
she laughed his Joy she cried his grief
bird by snow and stir by still
anyone's any was all to her
someones married their everyones
- laughed their cryings and did their dance
(sleep wake hope and then) they
said their nevers they slept their dream
ttars rain sun moon
(and only the snow can begin to explain
how children are apt to forget to remember
with up so floating many bells down)
one day anyone died i guess x
'and noone stooped .to kiss his face)
busy folk buried them side by side J
little by little and was by was :
all by all and deep by deep
. and more by more they dream their sleep
noone and anyone earth by april
wish by spirit and If by yes.
Women and m. (both dong and ding)
summer autumn winter spring ,
reaped their sowing and went their came
sun moon stars rain.

" Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Pus
Sic No. 696, published today.

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The Washington, Merry ?Go-Rbiind
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WASHINGTON The law which

governs the office of Secretary of
the Treasury is quite clear and
unequivocal that he must not let

his private business get mix up,

even indirectly, witn tne public in

terest.

The aw states: "No person ap

pointed, to the office of Secretary
of the Treasury or Treasurer shall

directly or indirectly be concern concerned
ed concerned or interested in carrying on the
business of trad or commerce, or
be the cwnor in whole er in part
of any sea vessel, or the purchase

by himself or another in trust for
him, any public lands or' other

public property, or be concerned

in the purchase or disposal of a-

ny." .
On page 7 of the annual report

of the M. A. Hanna Co., in which I

Secretary of the Treasury Humpn Humpn-rey
rey Humpn-rey continues to own a Iargeybloc
of siock, ib a picture of one of

commerce." in which the Secreta

ry of the Treasury has a direct

interest through the retention -' of

nis stocks in M. A. Hanna a a d

subsidiaries

HUMPHREY'S STOCKS ZOOMED

Some Senators are' new concern

ed' over, this apparent conflict of

interest.

A Hit of HumfMSray ttocka re recently
cently recently auppliod tho Senate Fi Fi-nanca
nanca Fi-nanca Committee' chow that to

increased his wealth t r e in n.

ously by rttalninf Ma atecka.
Hew much ef Ms was dwi to o-ver-ali
inflation, how much to
any favoritism, direct of Indi Indira
ra Indira ct, to his own companies is
amothina to mo Snatore want,
to Invostiaato.

At any rate, here is how Humph

rey s stock zoomed in value in

the last four vears:

his compan-'s seagoing vessels. M. A, Hanna Co., the parent!

The caption beside the picture, company of which he was presi-l

reads: Arriving at tne rwiaoei-dent, was valued at $240,613,344

pua uniuaaing oocks is uie sepi on Jan. l. l53, just as Humphrey

lies, carrying nearly 30,000. tons

of iron ore from Quebec Labra

dor."
On page S of tbe same report is

a description of the "Hanna-oper-

ated Great Lakes fleet of ten
bulk cargo vessels," together with

a further description of the Han

na ocean fleet the Californian and

the Hawaiian, which are describ

ed as "converted C-4 s," plus oth

er big vessels.
The reason for the law regard-

ins conflict of interest is obvious.

The Secretary of the Treasury o-

perates the Coast Guard which

has to do with the safety of these

vessels. The C-4's were purchas purchased
ed purchased from the government. Almost

everything the Secretary of the

Treasury touches, from taxes to
shipping, is intimately connected

with American business.

The Hanna annual report goes
on to tell of vast ore holdings and

vast operations of "trade and

took office As of March 12, 1957,
its value was $359,631,85. Increas Increased
ed Increased value. $1 1,9,018,592. Humphrey

owns 67 ,550 snares or class A and
class B stock at $78 add $78, or' a

total Ot $5,179,700.

Pittsburgh Consolidation Xoaf

This is the biggest coal company
in the world Its value went from

$126,160,704 on Jan. 1. '53. to $368,.

306,250 onN March 12, '57. Total
increase: $242,145,546. The Secre

tary of the Treasury owns 20,000

snares at $5J.75 or $1,135,000. ?
National Steel Corn-, is an affi

liate Of M. A. Hanna, and is the
company which Humphrey will
head when he leaves the Treasu Treasury.
ry. Treasury. Its value zoomed' from $374, $374,-758,710
758,710 $374,-758,710 whed Humphrey took ,?of-

fice to $484,962,000, or an increase
of $110,203,290. He owns. 13.200
shares s' $50 or $760,000.
Hanna Coal and Ore This is
the compan' which controls Iron

Ore of Canada and the vast Han

na ore holdings. Hanna Coal and
Ore showed the "greatest increase :
of all, jumping from- $46,741,500.
when Humphrey became Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of the Treasury to $441,416,000

on March 12 of this year. Total

appreciation: $394,672,500.

CANADIAN ORE

Secretary Humphrey owns H.-

471 shares of Hanna Coal and Ore.

This is where he might be most
vulnerable, to criticism on the
charge of mixing business profit

wun puDiic interest.

On July 31. 1954. Humphrey took ';

time .off from his official duties
to go to Sent lies. Quebec: for tho

opening ceremonies of Iron Ore
of Canada. Addressing the crowd

ne aaia: -n is a great day. It if
the culmination of a dream of 11
years," f

On Sept1. 1954. it! was an

nounced in Ottawa- that Humoh-

rey and bis Canadian associate, C.
D. Howe, would go to Knob Hill
to open a power dam to supply

power for tee Hanna. iron mines, -The
Hanna company then beean

to, solicit British business. '

in vctoDor or mat same year,
C. Reginald Wheeler, head of the
British Iron and Steel C o r p.,
Ltd., came to Washington. He
had come to the United States
to negotiate with a number of
American ore companies .for
ahipmants to England.
It "miy have been pure coinci

dence and there is no evidence

that Humphrey had anything to do
with it, but immediately after ar-
riving m Washinon Wheeler can

celed appointments with other ore t
companies and signed a contract a

with iron ore of Canada.. Gilbert
Humphrey and the Secretary's law

firm worked out the details. Two
members of this law firm, Chap Chapman
man Chapman Rose ard Nelson Rose, at va-
rious, times have held tich posi

tions in the Treasury.

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world" when he was awakened by
a nurse, who asked him r for a
match with which to start the fire

in the Hospital kitchen. He gave

ner ice match and she had cone

when he looked at his watch and

saw that it was 4 a.m. Then, he
said,, he got so damned mad that

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GORGAS HOSPITAL NOTES- ..
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, ,.-.!. Gorgas Hospital has just com completed
pleted completed my annual physical exami examination,
nation, examination, which is not the most ira-
nnrfant. SArviin thaf vellsnt' in

smuuoii penorms; dux js always ue couiwrt go i sieep again..
of interest to me.- I've been ha V-1 ; There has: been an increase in
. jng an "annual physical" for ma- the vArmy, Navy and 'Air Force
vny years and since it is restrict-) patient population in the hospital
:ed to "physical" so far I've es-due to the conslidation of facili-

caped being sent to Corozal for! ties, 'fortunately so far as the

further observation. '. Jnursing staff is concerned there
Good as the hospital has always has been compensation for that in in-:'
:' in-:' been in my own experience, it is crease by the number of wives

better: now than ever. The food is oi men in tne armed forces, who

. excellent and tne attention a pa
. tient receives is cheerful and inter

ested, from the Superintendent to

, tne pretty 'teen-age high school
girls who are serving as nurses'
assistants during their school ho ho-:
: ho-: lid: v. Most of the maids and or or-,
, or-, derlies are my old friends.
: There Jias been a constant in in--
- in-- crease in, the number of Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian physicians and nurses, and
v I haven't found one that I did not

, like or that I feu was below the

; high standards of Gorgas Hosni

tal. Of course, a' majority of the

Panamanian doctors cot their ce-

:' grees from medical school in the

United states and England and
! ..-are completely bilingual One con
. fessed to me that English hat dis-

paced bis Spanish as the tongue

in which ha can best express him

self.., Many of the Panamanian

nurses also were trained In hospi

tals jn me united states.,; f r-
I was sent to the busy X-ray

: section and was reminded of- a
visit there yeara ago when I had

a stomacn acne ana was gives an
abdominal. Dr.. Townsend. famous

for his narksmanship and white

; walrus mustache, was in

i
f v.

are working at Gorgas during
their husbands' tour of duty here.i
Many of them have had service as
army nurses and have some, dra dramatic
matic dramatic tales to" tell.
Now we read a lot about "so "socialized
cialized "socialized medicine' and its great
threat to- the 1 people and '", t h" e

medical : profession, but, if the

hearth .and hospital services in the
Canal Zone come under that cate

gory, we could do with a, lot more

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THINGS I'M SICK AND TIRED OP

Seing the ads : showing pictures

of stupid looking, middle .aged

men. wno say:

'Who? Me fly my own plane?"

rney can all go ond fly their

kites so far as I'm concerned.
Also the sillv lookina males on-

der- umbrellas keenine their mar

tinis idryi I've never liked .that

kind of corn nor martini cocktails,
and I consider gin a charwoman's
drink..".',:. -.

And Commander Whitehead, of the

red beard and the bristling mus

tache, and Bond Street garb. How
1 wish he'd get a shave and :hair-

1

v:v

ttSMimaifiaaakwans

r

I htoi I PUT THt BITE ON YA?-Not shedding any crocodile tears, this monstrous menace

ii ready to match the photographer snap for snap near Stanleyville, Belgian Congo. Startled
- fag the cameraman's flash, the sluggish killer came out of a snooze to roar defiantly. Although
the crocodiles take their toll of human lives, as well as other prey, they are protected by native
' tribes, who consider them a kind of god.

Walter Winchell In Wev; Yorlt

- i

ing at Winston-Salem ... Gina Lol

lobrigida's expected image (any
day) cost her nearly $300,009 in

charee

f the clinic. I was alarmed next cut and go back to England, or
day when they called from the jump into very deep-water wear wear-clinic
clinic wear-clinic for me Ui return for more ing: lead boots. 1 drink my Scotch

fictures. ;i ? ? : : :;,;,., Jwitb plain water from the Cha-j

I imagined that I must .have gres River, and without ice, if you

please. j
Also the guy with a natch on his

eye, who made Hathaway shirts
famous, or was made famous by

Hathaway shirts. I have one Hath

away shut, but it is frayed around

the collar and tuffs. I doubt that
Ili hnv annthr nn roffarHlecc inf

nuiuun: nt repuea mowing up my. oeiiei mat everyvweu dressed
his mustache."i. We: thought we'd man should hate at le a st, two

iwiiu wmeuimg very imponani snirts. .
until we discovered that the damnf
fool technician photogrtiphed you
and a woman' on the same plate." DON'T DC IT YOURS ELP NOTE
a After I left the hospital thf aT 5 V :
trip I called on my old f r I e m dj- Recently I reported the success successions
ions successions at the Tivoli Guest House ful greasing of a balky door lock,
and was telling him of the plea- with Unguentine. Well, it worked
sant time I had at the hospitaL too well. It probablv over stimu-

Then he told me of an exnerienee lated the ailincr WV It it ill lns.

in a provincial hospital in Cuba led as silently as a sieh. But Eva.

THE BIG PARADE

&ilhnuftl Atutnt 'Tnurn- WhUa

House press chief James Hagertylcontracts Dancer Marilyn Hall

dashing out oi the Broadway throng and Don Jeffreys ended their mar

at 45th street into a cab and Madi-inage at Vegas May 28th... Silent

son The Arthur Murrays near, screen star Laura La Plante's
the St. MoiiU reporting that their dghtr Jill becomes Mrs. Lewis Mor

eancer or gastric ulcers ; at the
very least, and when I arrived at
the clinic; I sajdti ;
"Dr. Townsend, I understand you
want to make' more X-rays of my
abdomen. Tell me; did you find
something: that you. want to ; con-

A III (

when he was a sugar or molass molass-r
r molass-r es magnate. He was suffering con-
siderable pain which kept him
from sleeping. Finally his doctor
agreed to give him a weak solu solution
tion solution of morphine, so that he could
get a light of good sleep.
That bight he got to sleep about
midnignt and was "dead to the

450 studios will gross $65 million
this year Hope Hampton introd

ucing thv Maharajah of Baroda to

gen on the 29th ... Arlene Dahl's
husband Fernando Lamas joined

roe uiurch of Life ... Alice Bns-

the Left Bank late crowd ...Barry I bane, dghtr of a great editor, weds

suiuvan at tne Little Club after a'uavid vows, jr., (sociaute avia

rugged week making his TV films
in New Lngland ... Mickey Mantle
and Billy Martin chatting near the

Cafe de la Paix ... Alfred Hitch

cock changing from shoes to sand sandals
als sandals in the Chambord checkroom.-

Kay Kendab spending her honey

moon ai La Barracca waiting for

bridegroom Rex Harrison's final

curtain at vFalr Lady" down the
street ... 'Marilyn Monroe daintily

mopping her husband's feverish

brow in the sweltering crosstown

trauic.

a member of -our householdr who

u poss'ssea wun a iear oi uur

Sallies In Our Alley: The Llndy

stay-ups were making editorial

comment about the spat between

uz xayior and hikc Todd. He has

tion exec) Aug. 30th.

New Yorr Story: His father is
part of the famed Wall Street

brokerage E. F. Hutton and Co,

He urged his son to join the. firm
"and anuunt to something".; The
young man had other plans... When

he got our o- the Marines he pro-,

unused to giv; up show business in

5 years if l don't make good ...

His first Broadway job was one
of the mob scene in "Inherit the

Wind" ... H Quit it to star in

"Third Person' a flop ...He had
Only a few months to go on his

pledge to quit "in 5 years" when

The Big Break came. Playing Eu

gene O Weill in "Long Day's Jour-

tion efforts flopped for MGM's
Barbara Lang and, actor Alan
Wells. She will file for divorce,..
Bobo Rockefeller has added an
Ambassador to her list of aficiona aficionados.
dos. aficionados. Panama's Ambassador -Morales...
Billy Holliday and her 3rd
groom are wrestling with a fami familiar
liar familiar decision ... Greenwich Village
pals are convinced Skitch Hend Henderson
erson Henderson and Ruth Michels are sec secretly
retly secretly wed. Did Faye Emerson ac acquire
quire acquire a secret divorce? ... Wash Washington
ington Washington has another surprise for
several Underworld names. Income
tax troubles.

glars, lemonstrated that by bang-' showered ner with the most extra-, ney Into Night" ... The other day

ing on the door from the outside.

H opened without a key.
Footnote, for ambitious burglars:
there is now a ne W-lock on the
door a .id at any rate we have lit little
tle little oi value in the casa. T

vagant gitls daily since their wed-1 he was signed by 20th Century-Fox

ding, 'l can't figure out a girl, .... His first movie will be ."A, Cert Cert-said
said Cert-said one hed-shaker, "who can aln Smile" from the Francois Sa-

get mad a a guy who takes her, gan best-seller... He is Bradford

::;.:,f,:..r-,.,,.,l;.

t.tlLlhl.IIJ.M.

i kinda IHct being an old maW!"

shopping- on her honeymoon

They assumed that Ingrid Berg

man has no broken heart overt the

Bombay affi ir "because the pho

tos snow ner smiling" ... "Mow can

you tell?" commented a chorine.

"You Knew what a great actress

Ingrid is."

Bad Bteak Vignette: Sibyl Bow Bow-an
an Bow-an and Philip Coolidge, two of the

better players, have the husband

wife roles in "Visit to a Small wife

in. the forthcoming "Marjorie Morn
ingstar" ... What a thrill! ... The
news had them flying on Broad

way, ciuuos ... The come-down was

agonizing .. They hadn't been in

the Warner offices more than a
few moments when they were told

they wouldn't do Both have blue

eyes... I he Technicolor film script

demands the eyes be brown.

Memos of a Midniehter: New

feud is the one between legit ac

tor Chrtiftpher Morley and colum columnist
nist columnist Art Buchwald Because of the

newsman s type of interviews."

Claire' Bloom the British actress.

and Joe Hrams (the Herald Trib

coast man) are another wan He
used remarkable restraint in- keep

ing his rea feelings -out of the

paper ... Hartha Flowers (she

played Bess in "Porgy and Bess"

abroad eloped 'with Gordon Wat

Dillman, 27 .. Wall Street's loss.

Hollywood's gain.
Cast of Characters: Sophia Lo

ren flew back to Italy (refusing to

help exploit her new film. "Pride
and Passion") for this reason:

She took some snapshots of the

Spanish countryside and asked one

of. the producing staff- to have

Curtain Calls: The violins and
orioles at Chez Lucie, especially
Eileen Schauler and Warren Gal Gal-jour.
jour. Gal-jour. Hi returns from New Orleans
soon... 'Who Will It Be After Me?

via Al and Dick's Tabb platter...
Gene Kelly's "The Happy Road1'
at the Plaza ... Ballerina Melissa

Hayden on the Music Hall stage.

Manhattan1 Murals: The new
'Theater Under the Stars" in the

Park, with midtown skyscrapers
for a backdrop v.. The latest of
the Hamburger places (Hambur (Hamburger
ger (Hamburger Train) on eth in the 50s. The
counter is covered by toy train
tracks on which, your order ar arrives
rives arrives ...The 'Atlantis tree on W.
12th with it;, roots in a beer keg
and its eyes en the say... Coolest
spot in town: The Ferry Boats,
still a nickel.. The evangelist at
B'way and 45th sporting Bermuda
shorts.

them d -eloped. He obliged but al-

so sent her a bill. So she is get

ting even... Doubles, by the way.

rede the mighty cannon in it. as

it plnnges down a hilL Cary Grant

and 'SInatra. aren't that sflly...Do-

ris Day nusuarra -recently drilled
three oil wells in Texas.The yield

proved so poor that it doesn t pay

to take the oil out of the ground.-!

Katharine Hepburn, whose face

is so famous, registers at hotels
as Katharine Houghton-when she

doesn't wish to be bothered...

Henry Fonda, who didn't wear a

wedding ring for his two ex-wives

wears one nrw

Times "Sou are TabletaDcr Judy

Holliday 'and Sidney Chaplin, the

love interest in '"Bells .Are King Kinging"
ing" Kinging" (oh and off stage), will vaca-

tion together W'urppe.zor a tort-

night Intimates are vsure" uey
will taut marry overseas, but wire

services have been alertedBar

bara Stanwvck's. warmest admir

er it Stanley Barbee, chief of Coca-

Broadway Chop-Chop : Victor

Borge a a year deal with the ihara
(Vegas) to- four weeks a year
means $480,000 ...The Carl Bakals
(he's the editor of See mag) ex expect
pect expect their image in the Fall ...Har ...Harold
old ...Harold Gary 'of "Rosalie" gave the
ring to Lotte Jansen;. ex-"M i s s
Czechoslovakia," now a top model
... Songwriter Lester Lee's widow
married his partner ; ( J. Seelin)

Monday ... Eddie Peddie of The
Vagabonds and Terry Nightingale,

show girl from Baltimore.-are in

love.;.JJ Astor. who. let his rom

ance with'Bea" Andrews wilt, is

tiring to re-heat it Jw the seclud

ed corners of the Casanova. ..Bob

Calhoun ha joined the many try trying
ing trying to get Janis Paige to forget

the rest ot them... Tony Martin's

big five year deal With the Town
and Country (Bkly) apparently

means he ana the Copa nave pmfft

Patti Page s manager is hold

ing up the contract tor ner new
recordina del. -Wants $50,000 bon

us Just for her signature They

say Winnie Rockefeller's .health. is.
behind the new Club Romance
Mrs. Bobbr Sherwood, long es

tranged from the star, may wind

it
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Calls &o To Six Continents

" (ConOnaed'trtm rage ,"t'

5GD, Balboa High School- student.
' S-Sgt. George Wmklemier. S-Sgt.

Carl A. Belella, both of r CAirC

MARS station and A-2C Russell C.
Bom of the Albrook Finance Of-

. "fice assisted the operators by keep

ing their transmission logs.
.... Since several of the operators
. spent the 24-hour shift in the "bor
hio shacks' the Question of meals

became .-a problem. Major Potts'

. waife, Barbara, also an amateur

& radio Operator 4 KZ5FD, provided
; 4his homey service assisted by her
"t mother, Mrs. J. P. Wiley, of Hunts-
, ville, Texas, who is-' visiting the
; Fotts, and Mrs. JdcLShoa, wife of

Capt. Shea.k The-,, ladies grilled
hamburgers1 for the hungry
'.'Ham.'; and through this service
are indirectly responsible for;, the
men's record.
This is the first field day exer exercise
cise exercise to be held on Albrook, how however,
ever, however, Major Potto, a veteran of
niany exercises ,held 'elsewhere
said, that this year's operation was
his most successful field day. He
also -stated,1 "Saturday, I feel we
proved that in emergencies our ra radio
dio radio equipment could be set up,
nearly any place, and we. could
still contact the world." , .,

Premier Sunday CfpssTWord Puzzle

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A HOME AWAY FROM HOME Bedded down for the night

is this baby Tasmania gray kangaroo, peering from the man man-made
made man-made pouch arranged for it at the San Diego Zoo Hospital.
-The little one was denied readrmttance to its mother's pouch
after jumping out for its first exploration, of the. kangaroo
enclosure at the zoo. To keep the baby alive, the zoo veteri-
. narian made this improvised pouch from a baby blanket backed
by a heating pad to provide the required warmth. The young young-ster
ster young-ster is doing fine in its unusual "home," coming out for bottle-
feedings-then hopping back in for long snoozes. :

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less.
- 5 Separate
10-JIang
about
15 In the
axil
19 Seed
coat
20 The v
, pick
21 Escape
22 Chamber -.
for
green
r fodder
23 Pall -24-Forty
." points j

in piquet

; gress
65 Match
04 Indian
pillar v
63-Building
: material
67 Land in
- .'Asia i
68 Capture.
69 Account
70 "Inside
" grower'
bot.)
73 -Adage
74 Stalk
75 Point

25 Mementov 78 Rent
28-Abound .79 Rouse

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" OUT OF THE JUNCLE These Kayan glrl, wearing Urontf
earrings in their distended ear Jobes, arr a sUrtling sight in-
' deed at Xuching Hospital, Sarawak, Borneo. Tbe Kayan girl
t right, who has been at the hospital for 10 months, leaches
recruits from her jungle tribe how to handle and feed baby.
They are taking the special UNICET course to become nidwiv.

27 Drudge
29 Creed
31 Reserve
33 Turkish
money
35 Mesh
37 Sum
38 Smash
41 Stolid
43- ;-Operated
44 Rim
47 Neater
48 A 'vesica-

tory. ',. m-

50-r-Flalce

instruv

merits
jOO-rBaby -.
Ionian"
' 'god
. of sky
101- Austra-v
. Han tree
102 Of a
tropical
clay
106 Mis-
chievoue
108-Pinaceous
tree
112- Particle
113 Of a
thread

81 Garment 115 Angle
82 Thin (external)
bird Ml 7 Exhaust
83 Of layer 118 Perform Perform-of
of Perform-of iris Jng aiOne
85- Shelter iiBaby
86 "Barrel Ionian
part ; .. who rode
7-rPut again : heaven
- In on eagle
vessels l20-4Name ;
88 Trader 121 River
90 Calcium .."flowing

phosphate-, f ' to
' fluoride "J Baltic ;

52 Zeal 92--Recum- 122 Cross
53 Thronged .bent ' .". .Over; ;'!.:
54 Hindrance -63 Wood for 123 Place
56 Regional piles V r "rS-
57 Acute v M Dredge 124-Vpper :

. 58 Armistice ;- for Rir -- '-l

69 East starfish J25- Part
Indian 96 Figui'e of of
coin. - speech ' ..loom

1 Mam body 45Senseless $1 Specify
2 Vocal 46 Fainter i a condition

3 .Fiber of 48 Deneate" 82 Device
American plant used iA u ; -"
ftaloe 49 A quick. dairy -'

4 Heteht Smart 84 Animal t i

5 Diy. as' blow ' allied to ''"-"
wine "SI Full of i monkeys 1 1
6 Click - biyophytic 86 Rock
" beetle plants ' 87 Pertain- 1
7 -Venomous 53 Place for Ing f
snake etorage to the
8 Town, on of arms ".'country """' """'-Thames
Thames """'-Thames 55-Creeping ; 89 Minute Vt
9 Tenacious "" animal ; aquatic :
10 Of thai, 58 Under- t animalcule- , 1
girl ( ) ground 91 Constella .
11 ExtraN fleshy tlon ,-s i'r
12 Man- 'stemj 92 Salt r
servant '.59 Willow 95 Small i
13 Redactor j catkin 91 Pertaining
14 Nai ration 60 Run oft to old age
15 Arch in 63 A fruit 98 Acid fruit 4 ,t
, a mine (' 64 Itatute 99-Prophet :of -5 J. ;
16'-Legal I 66 Land --vS'-the early 'Tf 'ft:'"
; j clairn ; measiii'e church ;j 'l"-fM'y--f
17 Fish 4 V 67-Of sound MOrigtit- ;. s
pickle i:8-lufit?ir" 102Girl 'i;'iS':v'"'.
18 City Of th" tree 103- Above" T. W;

Hills v 69-rrWarming ,104 Indian v' r

28-COm- ;. apprtU8;V.weightfj

; pound vo-r-iviusicai-. ,100 siemoi

. ether. ; exercise

, so Pester Js. l-Stranee v i07Fusion

'2aimel:''-'':-W-Visloh'.'

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38 Wager v'1 74 Declare: 110 Indian ot ;v
y39-Employer'7j5Subject 'rtiZ Algon- ?J"-.v-,v
40 North .. .H! 76 Scented f: ; fluian tribe '..j4
' --. Anierkan'-;'- part. of,'. 1 ll Assem- ...
i,- snake T violet root e r blage of ... Vt
41 Cut T7Thltt' v ;K ?bsU,W.'' r4
42 Begin- f meUl 114-Rodent
. ij.iilnar v ;'plate; -lieIndian';;
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ISTHMIAN ? ; : SPORTS

WOKLD-VIDE

O THE WEEK'S GOOD and bad news on the Jnter-

OZONIANS LEARNED this week that the Panama UNBEATEN SANTURRON became the first horse

Canal vo. wui De reuevea oi iooiing uie urn ur u ;4v iwuS uaw; v v.v

lurtlonal balance sheet: i erT;

- A long-smouidering : wcuonai thr&emTto the u Treasury $3000 added one mile National Red Cross Classic last
top leader, ot Soviet Russia exploded in the Kremlin came wordhat the House Mer-- Sunday with another easy triumph in the $3000 add-
weufi irif viBAirf m Miimkov and La- chant Marine Committee that the one-and-one-half ed U.S. Independence Day Classic on July, 4 ;v
Vyacheslar Molotov, Georgi M. Malenkor ana SmonoUm w to the annuity paid to Pana- Braullo Baeza rode Mrs. Loly de- Lazarrin's classy
car M. pganovich were n out of Central monaouars, Wcn a?Jno fce colt m hls flrst ciasslc wln while Chilean Jockey Guil-
uCommittee of the Communist Party, m wmcn iney nia Jt,i ttq nvon.ii rnkhPr than lermo fiilva had the lea Un for the JuLv Fourth race.

had been members of the u-man ruling presmiuui, "i z?""'aY'- . 7 In.

lnnd men This greatlytends to ease the burden on Canal
Molotov, last of the '"old Bolsheviks- who helped employes. The Company continues to pay the -IniTeneineer
the 1917 revolution, was branded as V original $430,009 basic annuity.
th? iPftdw of n "anti-Dartv" bloc which lought the The approval of this legislation also means a vie vie-the
the vie-the leader or an ami jpariy pH5 "" iiIi'Mra rnr .mninv' AmrMentathrft.. labor leader and

other,"who ha- bein VegT its -enactment 'it W:" M H!!.

- - -- . . ,. Chlnnlnw AAtWMnlan a a'v aen-aari S ThflB AroilO1 thOr WHS H. Ulieab OlLCr LW UlttHLCU XI1II1 1U1 LlirCC K1 Vli:

the increase was a government obligation, and felt breaks in the first set. Cooper's game suddenly fell
that if the company were charged for ;lt, their ex apart and he erred frequently on shots he had made
pense burden would be increased, thereby adding to with easejn his earlier trek to the finals..
i the possibility of a tolls'raise. : s The entire match, required only 57 minutes.,. -
' The committee also approved legislation "to lmple-' Hoad broke service at love in the first game of the
ment the 1958 treaty by transferring to the Republic second set, too, -and began- to hit so unerringly he
-of Panama property including a high -'school, com- Tan oat straight points during one patch of brll brll-mlssary
mlssary brll-mlssary and railroad terminals owned by the United hftnt tennis. Cooper managed to win only one serylce
States, ut located outside the Canal Zone. hi the second set bys slipping oyer n ace on game
, -7;v:..':.:-i--;.-.'i,j-,i,0 point after something flew into Hoad's right eye. play

A long tange forecast of the cargo tonnage and' WM naitea prieiry wnue i-ew-s eye twas treatea.

Australia's tew Hoad whipped countryman, Ash

ley-Cooper in straight sets to -become the first
man to repeat as Wimbledon champion since Don
Budee turned the trick in 1937-38.

The 20-year-old Cooper; who won the Australian

With the support of Malenkov and Kaganovich,

- it was charged, 1 Molotov fought both domestic
, and foreign policies aimed at correcting the evils
- of the Stalin regime. ; '
These policies included friendship with Marshal Tl-
- to -of Yugoslavia, "pressing new measures Intended
, to ease International tension and promote universal
, peace." 1 1
; Molotov especially opposed the Khrushchev-Bulga-'
bin program of seeking personal contracts aimed at
bettering relations with foreign leaders, it was charg-

. ea

rVm.-ViV f,ot MMnW m.. th. iMrfpr vessel transits which the Panama Canal may be ex- i .CP?r managed a service break in the third game

Vrh?f.ih:rMM: 7 fh: Dected to handle during, the remainder xf the century or me nnai set for a z-l lead out Hoad turned on the

-ew look" policies of Khrushchev and Bulganin. Now
the Stalinists had lost. It was predicted that "Sta "Sta-,i.Unist"
,i.Unist" "Sta-,i.Unist" leaders in Communist' satellite countries would
;vfo too. v- ; f J-K,it
- The United States, Canada, Great Britain 'and

tensive study here or the past several months.

France presented to Soviet Russia a series of pro- Xt 1,a LX i? i! i!-posals
posals i!-posals which could lead to a historic "first .step, ft-jl by,
greement as the basis for a broad disarmament, treAty the House also gets the
Th nmli wer marti in the flTeiiatlan"'tmited; k.:?0.MM th bill-said. Its purpose was to fa- i

has been undertaken by the Stanford Research In- pressure immediately and proceeded toadmlsister one
stitute, it was announced this week, r.-:?.;.:,& mj of the soundest drobblngs ever recorded in a Wlm-,f
The Canal said the atudy is part of the work on bledon final. ; j Kr

ucw wuu utu ia umwu even tnu-nii, wiui H
iorehand drive so sizzling it spun the racquet out of
Cooper's hand."Then he ran out four straight games

to cuncn the- match with, a series, of snots so brll-

The proposals were made in the five-nation United

Nations disarmament subcommittee conference .in
London.' v ,? ,' .'.v,,,,
, Briefly,, the proposals called for a suspension of j
' tests, of nuclear weapons. This suspension would i s
he tied In with negotiations for a ban on produc- -,tion
ef nuclear weapons and a reduction in arm-J

. j rd forces and conventional weapons.

-cllitate the operation of night, and' vacation
: schools in the Zone by exempting teachers from

tne law which bans employes from holding two -government
offices. - 4l'

liant the crowd was left gasping.

-A' year ago, Hoad whipped Australia's Ken Rose Rose-wall
wall Rose-wall in the final after previously winning the Aus Australian
tralian Australian and French championships. However, his bid
to score a grand slam byladding the U.S. title as well
was thwarted byRosewall, who won at Forest Hills-

and turned pro to tour against pro king pancno Gon-

Th f!anal 7.nnm nist.rlnt. rinnrf. crnt. rtmnr mnlnu Zales.

this week when Miss Patricia Stewart arrived to take Hoftd was expected to Join Rosewall In the pro ranks

tne

S.W -M A. l. i m a . a i nffa 4V a TT O A)tnmMtAntrifn 4Vf a nll

Harold Stassen. chief UJB. delegate, supplemented V.J." w r" ana secrewryio tne ,

niretytStettvdvra? monSs"1" J Court, a $50 fine was Imposed on a woman Oasnat Ortega-rhandlers had the classic answer
pension period be t WS.P'!--,- charged with maillnir botUed liauor. It was the first today Xt at the second-ranked welterweight's loss to

i vaienan a. ionn, uei w8t. 5"i:m, that tvii.- iono cfof,. vii kn innAV. .i..? Underdo Ijirrv Baker Wedneadflavntoht at the Miami

. . in 1 VJl.ltk. 1 TT- J 4rm

me proposal wiLii uiiuau uwuwuy ; -f- ,7 a Paraiso housewife, Julia E. Soeid. 4-' :

vcieuicu vsuuuis) Bivw v Vw-W :

Beach Auditorium:

A fftrmpr Rnlmn VagnitH ahn no

Alast year, was retumejd to Gamboa for a one year "We was robbed.; The referee won the fight," de-

mjvjoioiwwu x Washington attorney now faced with a moUon ."! entourage who admitf to speaiang English.
' .oi KauH nn thA hllr that the Communist

ST i .r'SHi D;,.r iV, rnina' wnnH h tp-'5 warment was suspenaea iot, nracucuang on tne Zone lc:". ,,u?5,;,; wujiwuis w ww uiuws io u
dictatorships in Soviet Russia and China would be re unm Nov. .6. That is. the date et for th- ? round and that made the difference. The score cards

to his government In seeking Instructions.

o

placeoJn Ume, by governments responsime to weir Cnarie, tt riashnhaler who waa admitted t t.h nr of Coachman and. Judge Qua Jacobson had Baker a

peoples.' ,. -. '7 -"V in 1944. and consequently is charged with concealing t head and Judge Fred Aaronson gave the bout to Or-

billes said he did r.ot mean that 'Soviet and t. P0 convicting ;of erlmlnal Ubel In the New York
'- Red Chinese regime would be overthrown. Nor, he said, w -,Q

was he speaking in terms of "one year, five years, JO

Such governments might continue to be Commu Communist
nist Communist or Socialist, as they actually call themselves
Dupes said. But he cited Yugoslavia as a country
T which while still Communist, Is not a part of what
-be called "the international Communist conspiracy'?
. and is tendlngr toward liberalism. 1 1
. "American policy Is conducted on the assump-
, tion;. that free governments m the ong run are v
going to prevail and despotic governments in the
long ran are going to go under," Dulles said.

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teea.

But the two points taken away from Ortega's
total would have put him out front on Jaoob Jaoob-sons
sons Jaoob-sons card and given him the fight 1 (
Rodriguez claimed It "wasnt a low blow at all" that
the lanky Mexican dealt the New York boxer, here heretofore
tofore heretofore unranked and unknown "outside boxing, circles.-''"--'
; -'. "..v,' ... :"-;
But Baker, who stepoed into the bigtime with his
victory before some 2500 fans here and a nationwide
television audience. Had painful recollections -of the

The Canal set a new record for. number of shin.

- which transited the Canal during the fiscal year i
i which Just ended. A report from Balboa Heights
stated that a record-breaking 8579 ocean-going
; commercial vessek transited during the one-year
- periled whkh ended June 30.
:,- Zonians were tastin tastv fresh frulta anrf Mov

ables with the inauguration of an air-lifted narirn nf incident

fruit which arrived from Miami for sale at Canal ' 0 r". t ',
Zone commissaries starting Thursday, Middleweight Germinal Ballarirt of France made an
r- - unimpressive American debut while outpointing Bob ;
- TjIRt. 7P the ffminnit tnr fh niwtllt mam ,n orut DtmiIwI Ulnrytiarw TilrVf Vint VrnvWvt Oflmltl "T

T a v(ri-ittn fratairlA rwnrirnniv.nMnTi t.m TTnlrj1 ti..t .j- -1 a. .1 . r Vi n.n.i.i

- iu 6.6,.v.i, ",7.', ---' who ui uiuua:is nctuicu vuii wic supply mm Mjugncr wan sugar rwur xvuuiiisuii. s ;
States gave Adm. Felix B. Stump supreme command in less than two hours after the fruits and vegetables 1 Ballarin's unanimous decision Over Provizzl of Free Free-of
of Free-of military operaUons land sea and air through- were put on sale . land. Pa- In their TV 10-rounder at-St. .Nicholas
out the Pacific and East Asia. Stump's headquarters - 0 r t Arena clinched for him another TV fight at Syracuse,
will continue to be in Hawaii, where he hay com-- -The Canal Company got a neW lieutenant governor, N.Y., July 19, with fifth ranking Rory Calhoun of
inanded the Pacific Fleet V A.' j; t' from an old employe. He is CoL Hugh M. Arnold, who White-Plains, N.Y. .i" .J
As part of the shift, headquarters of the Far East was named to succeed ol. W H. Schull, Jr.-Arnold, -f : -, 7-'r,
Army and Air Force commands wiu be moved from well-known to the Canal Zone is now completing Ballarm,' who5 wore a luxuriant black mustacfte that
Japan to Hawaii. Headquarters of the United Nations three-yeaf assignment, with the Canal as engineering approached handlebar spread, weighed 160" pounds
fnmniAilif will Via m ntroH 1-Tfm To nan tj Knrpfl ..... ,, -n.n.A.JnM TTI i x. x . . . i . mi i i n. i nn -1 j

mnu cuiun uvuuu uuwhii, aa nppommiciiii marKS ine 10 nvvizzi s J.3t. me laii&jr riciiciiiuuii, i, ,was ia-
first time In the history of the permanent oneratlng vored at 12-5. He took the decision over slippery Bob,
organization that a Corns of Engineers officer has on a rounds basis, 6-3-1, 6-4, 6-4. f
been appointed directly from that position to that of v' - -Lieutenant
Governor 1 Provizzl, 26, who lost a non-title 10-round bout to
i 1 1 i i in -wiMHlB,AlarVi1-..fhamn1nn Rnhtrisnn laief. Uw. ,in nf. 1

Command will be moved from Japan to Korea.

'' Reports from Eastern Europe indicate that un-i i'
jLrest is growing in nearly all of the Soviet satel satel--
- satel-- lilte countries. i
" Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Albania, are-1 among

. the countries affected,

munist; leaders -face "a challenge "similar' to that
which stared the upheavals last year in Poland and lJ&iW

binson. He hits' Very hard. He keeps coming at you all

- you don't W what
in Czechoslovakia, the most high- he foin-to do pext. V ; -; r :

Huneary,

It is known that the economic situation in Czecho

Slovakia is bad. The

the coal shortage

In Hungary, popular opposition to the puppet re re-gime
gime re-gime of Premier Janos Kadar is being -kept under
control by ruthless terrorism. But there is serious
dissension inside the Communist Party and a purge
Is under way to rid the army of disaffected elements.

.. in fast Germany, Kea ieaaers, are araiung smi-, y. rTT T; -'-ST? 7 iv"T?' Masters champion Doug Ford golf's top money
dents for forced labor -or. for army service to keep .Tji-Tjatches "f ron Vie anTBelatade' renflrt that vmner w- Monday added $500 to Ids earnings b? win-
iali o
being ruled b, Stalinist''. Readers who ccept Bus-;
,an.doma4o
.tAdispa.Pra
Khrushchev have postponed scheduled sate visit to lhf 'gJ y0 -of the playoff when they got bogey fives. Bayer Stay-
Czechoslovakia. v;-: m :t ,V .T; : aide the CommunisT ParTv' ?nron;X ed with Ford untU the third extra hole when he miss-
' 'lJi" y Mil. nart:teran 'communist a! W foot putt for a: par. Ford was less than one

" rrZr""r";Zrr:r rS a, fled to Yueoslavialn May;and soueht asylum because r loot irom tne cup -wihi n ?nira van wi

:.n.iTrrd7iart m" aaonef a group of.men' who op--'yaraer.Meuowea iSr

. J V .. I:,-, 7- nneA Vi- COlln1.t. Usi.

. -leaders were the targets of "ever-increaslpg yiolent
,1 "'disturbances of public order. ty. : - ?
' 1 The prosecutpr-general complained that prosecutors,
v Judges and attorneys for defendants were showing a--larming
tendencies toward "liberalism" and encourag encouraging
ing encouraging offenders by Jailing to be tough enough with

i a dfinateli in -th-' London VecMv" hewsoacer "Ob-out

'aenref reDorted bn Sunday thatTCzechoslovak Com- increase

pose the "Stalinists leadership.

in Jionc or -the, satellites ; is tnere any rnaicauon

Tved his. earnings to $35,000. for,, the year,
ion."-!. l..:.t :ii,l-

any indication. in iu.

it ti' hi i.. ivii.. wA.t-i v.- kix ntner ma vera ; unrci y iuikku wiuuk uiku wip

people at large ahd dissident communists realize mat f""f .r iriimm.VtarT
Kan troo-wouw intervene; to crush any cut-. wereSamm, ASJ&S1

Paul Harney,' Ed Porky" Oliver, and Marty-Furgol.

" k.-.u .T'Sai'inlm. Bom. Al Baldln and Pall Casper.

nut is evioens wrwuuimii icbucib wiiuu.u- ---- v ,. ?n.i wnm. ith

Eastern Europe re anxious. Unrest U Jitelyw oros auu- auum, ",irr:rvr,""
ease steadily. - -, lOLEJV ftve-under-par i .-.-t.-Vw i

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