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

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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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Pilot s Case Seen As Happy Omen
For C o m p e n sat ion -s e e k i ng PCers
t A precedent may hav been et in th e pilots';? suit; which TVill reflect favorably,
on all government employes in the- future" who Jile' compensation equests. v -,V
.'This was the interpretation' given tod ay by James L. Hatcher president of the-

C.; Police Association which
Claims, r u
His Opinion was based on the
fact tnat Friday .wora came irom
Wsshineton that the Solicitor Gen-
ral-of'the United' States stated

, he -would" ot appeal the decision

of the Court of Claims in a suit

I filed hv 101 o:lots seekina to re

i cover hack, overtime pay to the

tune of about $200,000 due them
A fop work tin to Julv. 1951.
H Six weeks ago the pilots got the
iews that the U.S. Court of Claims
lid ruled Unanimously in their
ftvor. The action yesterday means
- fat the Solicitor General's ruling
I linal, and'tUe pilots' were vic vic-Aoriouar
Aoriouar vic-Aoriouar in this suit.
,J Heher iid today that, h felt
a precedent may nav oten r
' now, -and tha favorable action
for policemen by th. Court of
Claim will be forthcoming by
. tho end of th year;
The .policeman was recently ; in
Washington where he testified !be
fore the Senate and House com com-ittees
ittees com-ittees concerning the t police policeman's
man's policeman's claim which -was filed by
190 policemen against the Panama
Canai Company. n.acn man Jiaa a
good thance of recovering, about
?2,00iy each if favorable action is
Mermaid Theatre
Rises In London
On A Bomb Site
The nufldHiff of the Mermaid
Theatre on a bomb site at Puddle
Dock ; near Blackfriars Bridge,
London on Thames-side b an this
week. It will be the first theatre
ever to1 be builT-within the limits
of the City f '.London, 'p
The theatre.'Which will be1 a mo modern
dern modern desoeadaat of fhe-"open plat
form" upon4 whlcli ,1B,'1Jhiys of
Shakespeare and his contempora contemporaries
ries contemporaries were "first performed in the
16th and 17th centuries will be of
jiltra-mpdern design, steel-framed
ana amminun ciaa. win aeai
650 people, and there will be a ri
verside restaurant and. a jrome
nade. round the theatre.
Th British"aetor. Bernar Miles.
whose child the Mermaid Theatre
is, said that his. appeal for some
$140,000 needed to build and run
the theatre has already bought
forward half that amount. The
London Stock Exchange, the Bank
of England, the principal London
banks ana other large organiza organizations
tions organizations with head offices in the City
have all contributed.
! Miles received great encourage
iment for his idea of a theatre in
the City of London when in 1953
he produced plays in the Royal Ex Exchange
change Exchange which were extremely po
pular. There was then great de demand
mand demand for concerts and drama by
clerks and secretaries working in
Threadneedle Street. v
Govf.r Moves To Slop
'Ha Sweeping JU-$.
WASHINGTON (UP) The gov
ernment pushed a vigorous cam
paign toay to' cope with the
strong probability of a nationwide
epiaeimc 01 oriental uu uui torn
fine fall and winter.
I U.S. Surgeon General Leroy E.
Bumey gave it to the public
atraignt 'lnuraday.. ., -I
A widesoread outbreak of the
inew highly contagious flu, which
lhas been sweeping Asia and
spreading over the world, is a
l"vrv riffinite orobabilitv" for the
United States. when' cold weather
eomesV. '.',-' "r.-
' A Vaccine" It' being mass pro
duced to finht it. But Burner said
Itbere will not be enough time to
produce and administer sufficient
vaccine to immunize the bulk of
the population before the danger
period arrives.
- jiurney expects ine uu epiaemic
here if it comes to be a mild va
riety ef the disease with a far
lowef death rate than in disease disease-ridden,
ridden, disease-ridden, poverty-stricken Asiaa na
tions.
Actually the' oriental, flu itself,
at far ar iiis known, does not
Icaus death directly but following
!in its wake can tome killer dia-
!easea broaght.on in complications.
j Nerve Or Need?
J DUNKlRlC iYance, Aug.-1
KL'P) Police agreed Thursday
ttaat Georges vandepauere. 90, bad
I a lot of nerve to call a cab.
1 Vandepaliere hailed the cab
frhen be walxed out of a Pris
ase and ordered the cabbie to
Mrive him to his farm near here.
jTb fare was SS80, but Vanderpali-
ere owro t iive a ccnu
nnn in rinnia rtmsMi b m m
hrer U police, Vjdpalir

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get boms tost-,

a $380,000 uit
given their auit. -. v r
The .policemen claim-thatv the
Panama Canal Co. smada an un
lawful reduction of eight percent
from their basic annual rates of
pay dating back to July 1, 1953
They alleged that the Company
reduced the basic, pay- allotted
Washington,;. C. policemen by
eight percent before (applying jt'
down nere.
Hatcher added:
"The decision in the pilots' suit
could foe very influential in the
final decision forthcoming' on our
ponce claim" .t-
Besides the policemen's suit, i
second pilots' suit is now still pend
Ing.
,: Pilots are seeking to recover ov-
Khrushy And Tito
Meet In Rumania
To Sellle Conflicts
. A.
, LONDON, Aug. 3 CUP So Soviet
viet Soviet Communist Party boss Ni
klta. 8. Khrushchev and Yugos'
lavla's President: Tito met dur.
Ing the past two days to thrash
out conflicts between their two
Red camps,. Moscow radio re'
ported today.
The Soviet Radio said the
two leaders met Thursday and
Friday in Rumania and reaf
firmed their determination to
work toward removing obstacles
in tne way of good relations oe
tween their two nations and
parties,' .- -" ?
The broadcast said other -troV'
ernment 'and party officials
from both sides were present but
It did not list' Soviet Premier
Nikolaiv JBulganln among the
Russian government leaders:
There was no explanation for
nis -omission. '
UK Ground Forces
Get Info Fighting
In War-lorn Oman
' BAHREIN Persian Gulf, Aug.
3 (UP) British troops are ad advancing
vancing advancing into Oman to join Loyal
forces grouping for an attack on
rebel-held Hizwa, it was announc announced
ed announced todays
Air Vice Marshal Ma J". Gen. L.
P. Sinclair said an unspecified
number of British troops will sup support
port support 3ritish-officered trucial scouts
and forces loyal to the Sultan of
Muscat and Omm in the attack.
The Brush Air Force has been
blasting rebel positions in the re remote
mote remote Persian Gulf Sultanate for
more than two weeks, but no Brit British
ish British Ground forces had previously
been involved in the fighting.
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PRAYING TOR A RAISE .An unldenUfled letter carrier en enters
ters enters a church in Washington as thousand of postmen across
the nation paused to pray for a postal pay raise. Observing
a nationwide "Pau. for Prayer. they asked Dlvln guidance
for President Elaenhower and Congress in dealing with legial legial-tio
tio legial-tio ryra.i tte vacea of the nation's 110,000 letter, eaxriars.
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pending in the Court of

er $2,000,000 In holiday, overtime
and other par they claim is due
them since July, 1951. This case
comes up before the U.S. District
Court at Ancon soon.
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Future Babies For
Marilyn Possible,
Gynecologist Says
NEW YORK, Aug. 3 fUP)
Marilyn Monroe, who. lost her ex
pected cmia, was reported "aomg
very nicely today by a spokes spokesman
man spokesman at Doctors Hospital,
The blonde' actress underwent a
curettage operation Thursday
night as the result of complica complications
tions complications that threatened her six-week
pregnancy. She will remain at the
hospital for a week or ten days be before
fore before returning to her summer
home at Amsgansett, Long Island,
to recuperate.
Playwright Arthur Miller; hus husband
band husband of the childless, 31-year-old
actress, said yesterday his wife
told him f'ihe wants to have as
many babies as she can get.'
Miss Monroe has been assured
by her' gynecologist that she can
nave another cniia.
Miller is staying In the hospital's
hotel section to be near ms wile.
Salk Polio Vaccine
Crediled For Sag j
Of Crippling
WASHINGTON (UP ) Paralytic
nnl n has striifk onlv about one
third as many Americans this
vear as last, the Public Heaun
Service reported today,
Salk nolio Vaccine nas been
credited by the agency for the
sharp and continued reduction in
we lnciuence a. uu cuyyuui ui-
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sease.
The health service said 51 new
cases of paralytic polio were re
ported for the' week ending July
27, bringing to 831 tne total diag
nosed since Jan.; l. During tne
comparable period Jast year there
were 2,303 cases.
A total of ?65 new polio cases
of all types were reported during
the July 27 week. They brought
the overall count for the year to
2,224 cases, compared witn 4,548
for the comparable 1956 period.
Since start of the so vailed
polio "season" on April lf r there
have been 1,718 cases, of which
557 have been du enosed as par
alytic. There were 1,72a paralytic
and 1,759 non ptralytie cases
during the comparable period last
season..

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32 Cases On
Docket Of
Ancon Courf
Both Canal Zone courts on the
Pacific side have been buzzed with
activity Friday as clerks prepar prepared
ed prepared a Jine-up of criminal cases
to be tried Tuesday in U. S. D D-trie
trie D-trie Court at Ancon,
This promises to be one of the
heaviest calendars called In the
last dozen years, a; total of 32
criminal cases are listed.
Clerks In the Balboa Ufa vis.
trate's Court remarked that Julv
was one ot meir uusiest. months.
Most of the cases to be tried
Tuesday were bound over for trial
from-the lower court.
In Balboa, Magistrate John E.
Deming starts a twrt-week military
leave of absence Monday to enter
the U. S., Army at Ft. Amador for
temporary issignment in the Judge
Advocate's Office i
During; his two I.week leave,
Cristobal Magistrate Judge E. I. P.
Tatelman will hold court three
times each week, bn; the Pacific
side. : v V"'v'"- '
One or his first oases will be
called Monday afternoon it invol
ves American engineer. Thomas S
McKibbon who is charged, with
petit larceny in the Balboa Com
missary. ;
The case, which attracted
crowd of engineers, and clergymen
when it was first called Thursday,
was continued because complain'
ing witness. Canal Zone detective
A..KerHianny.wai-ick with, tae
flavlfe&Mwleee the theft of cheese
and powder worth a total of J2.73.
Lt. Comdr. Fordhard D. Tabor,
above, of 15th Naval District, will
be honored by Chap (Lt; CoL) Roy
A. Morden, today for leadership
among the congregation of the Ft.
Amador Chapel. Comdr. Tabor
will leave Monday for the United
States. ,.
Negro Woman's
Complaint Starts
Bus Boycott
ROCK IUI.L. S.C. (UP)
Negro woman's complaint that she
was forced to give up her seat on
a city bus tjuched off a bus
boycott her today.
The Rev- C.A. Ivory., head of
the local chapter of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, said nine auto
mobiles arc? being, operated full
time and six others part time, to
transport Nerroes who refuse to
ride the buses. ...
The boycott Is the first of its
kind reported in the South since
the mass, refusal by Negroes, to
ride segregated buses in Mont
gomery, Ala., and Tallahassee,
Fla last year
The' Negroes actioa stemmed
from an incident that occurred
two weeks ago. A Negro woman,
Allene Austin, 23. said she left a
bos after the driver told her to
leave a seat next to a white
woman a, segregated but. The
woman said all -other seats were
taken and ah sat down aly after
the whue woman invited ber.
' fins dispatcher R. P.' Starnet
said the boycott was "not toe bad"
but that aome few ouit rtdig"
the three butes now in operauoa
in this city ot 14,000 person.
Ivory"id the boycott la "100
per cent effective wherever we can
provide aiienut traasporUUoQ.Ml

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AGAINST JURY TRIAL AMENDMENT At his news confer conference
ence conference in Washington, President Elsenhower expressed firm op opposition
position opposition to any change In the civil rights bill which would
provide jufy trials In contempt of court cases. He said he did
not believe- there should be any amendment to section four
,t the vote right section.

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Shorten Stay
EDINBURGH, Scotland, Aug. 3
fUP)Comedian Red Skelton
stormed out of London and flew
har uith his stricken son today
because the London press sniped
at hi.':
The press in General and the
"Daily Sketch" in particular crit
icized a press coherence wnicn
Skelton held and which was at attended
tended attended by his nine-year-old son
Richard, who is Jutfermg from la
ta! leukemia :
The Sketch denounced Skelton's
last news conference as a'ause-
ating jamboree' in which "pubtic "pubtic-itv
itv "pubtic-itv men looking like professional
mourners gravely handed out
printed copies of Red Skelton's life
story."
Richard was: t eported to have
been on the verge of tears during
the interview
Skelton said he was "shocked
and disaDDofnted'.'.at the way Lon
Ann nitwsnaneri described his Eu
ropean tour which he arranged
esoeciaiiv tor nis son wno nas
been told he, has only a year to
live,
"I got sick of, London because
of them (the press) and left five
dayr earlier than I intended," tne
comedian announced upon, his ar arrival
rival arrival at Edinburgh.'! swank
George Hotel.
Throughout the trip, Skelton. has
expressed hope that newspaper
coverage might help him discover
"VLADIVOSTOK
MANCHURIA
MUKDEN
TRUCE LINE Dark Une on
Newsmap ahowa location of the
armistkw Un In Korea, which
stopped th fighting when It
waa atabliahed oa July 17, 17,-1153.
1153. 17,-1153. Tn United Nations Com Command
mand Command has notified th "North
Koreans and tb Cccnmuniat'
Cbine that becauM of their,
"complete disregard"' of th
true agreement,. Allied force
will reeeiv modernized
kind equipment, including
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Of Skeltons
someone who could cure Richard.
He has received some 180,000 let letters
ters letters already irom persons who
read of his visits with Richard to
Denmark, Italy, Spain and
France. But the London publicity
was not to his liking.
Before leaving London, Skelton
said he and his family had seen
"all we wanted to see" during
their two, days stay.
"We are only cutting our stay
short because of comments that
have been made about us," said
Mrs.: "Skelton. whose argument
with her husband over renting an
automobile last week in in a pies
came close to canceling the entire
trip.
The comedian told newsmen
that he planned to remain in Scot
land until Sunday.
From Edinburgh the Skeltons
will fly to Dublin and then to
Shannon.
"From Ireland we'll fly directly
to New York at the end of th
week," he said. "We do not want
to return to Loridon."
Permisison Given
Israeli Ship
To Transit Suez
PORT SAID, Egypt, Aug. 3
(UP) Egypt today gave permis
sion for an Israeli-charted Italian
cargo ship to transit the Suez Ca
nal southbound tonight.
The ship ti the Monte Pellegrlno
en route' from Haua, Israel,
to East and South Africa: with Is
raeli exports.
' Egyptian inspectors looked over
the vessel and cargo before pas
ing it for 'transit.
Jordan Threatens

In Press Campaignis Not Halted

DAMASCUS. Syria. Aug; J (UP)
Jordan nas warned that Syria s
press campaign against Jordan
may lead to an farmed clasb". be between
tween between tne two countries if it is not
stopped ny lo morrow, a Syrian
government spokesman said today.
. Th spokesman said Jordan
threatened to tever diplomatic re-
lationa with Syria and take "any
other action necessary t stop
th campaifca. ,r ;.
The spokesman said the ultima
tum bad been rejected by Syria.
Shortly before .the announcement
rtDorts were circuit tine here that,
Jordan already had severed diplo
matic relations. .The Syrian for
eign Ministry denied this.
He said tna warning was deli
vered verbll7 by Jordanian For
eiga Minister Samir Rifai t the
Syrian Charge D' Affaires In Am-
xnan July XI
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Jury Trial

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Returns To House

WASHINGTON, Aug.
tie over jury trials shaped
ate has passed its version of
d:ii

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: At stake is the question of whether Congress passes
any Civil Rights Bill, and if it does whether President
Eisenhower will veto. it.
The Senate, Working with unemotional speed, yester yesterday
day yesterday finished work on its sharply-modified version of the
House-approved administration Civil Rights Bill. If put off.

a final vote until next week
While more speeches will

oc ratio bloc abandoned thoughts of a filibuster long

the graveyard of civil rights

with adoption of the jury trial amendment.

The next big question Is what,
the House will do about senate
changes in the bill, particularly
the Jury trial amendment added
by the Senate.
mis nroviaes ior iurv wuus in
criminal contempt cases brought
under ,the bill's voting rights
provision, but not for civil cpri'
"- Mr. Eisennower aenounceu ue
.,, .-..--. --M.t.t.-
Small Business
Administration
Resuscitated
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate has voted to revive
aim of the chief victims of its
civil rights fight the government's
Small Riminess Administration.
The Chamber interrupted the
debate long enough to vote the
ancv a one-vear lease on life
and to aive it an extra 75 million
Hnllarc in londlncr authoritv.
Later the House, without dis
sent, took up and passed the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's one year extension bill,
sending it to the White House. The
House originally had voted to give
the agency permament status.
Meanime, House leaders aban abandoned
doned abandoned earlier plans for a House re recess,
cess, recess, starting next weekend, An
view of the changed outlook for
Senate action on the civil rights
measure.
They said the House now will
stay in session in the expectation
the Senate will act fairly soon.
They proposed the recess when it
appeared the -jury trial amend amendment
ment amendment would be defeated touching
off a major Dixie filibuster.
The Small Business Administra
tion technically went out of busi-
nesS Wednesday midnight wnen its
existing authority expired. Sen.
Wayne Morse (D-Ore) blocked a
proposal o lay aside the rights
bill at that time to renew the au
thoriy.
Bu he relented when the ben
ate agreed to vote Friday night on
the -disputed jury trial amend amendment.
ment. amendment. Morse was on th losing
side nn that issue.
Clash with Syria
manded that Jordan would act
uniass the SyrUn press campaign
ceased, ny tr-morrou
Damascus radia later broadcast
a Syrian evernment statement
saying Jordan had set a deadline
for Aug. t after which the Jordan
government reserved its right to
take any measures it found nec necessary,
essary, necessary, eves 'armec' encounter"
The warning as delivered here
to the Syrian government said:
If the Syrian press campaign
against the Jordan cabinet and
its members did not stop, the Jor Jordan
dan Jordan cabinet reserved its- right to
take any. measures .- even if it
would lead to an armed clash be between
tween between Syria and Jordan." i
The Syrian spokesman said Ri Rifai
fai Rifai further told Charge d' Affaires
Ahmed Rahby that if the press
campaign ia not halted "we shall
check you and we are able to sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice victims on your border as
vt did so. the Xamli bordei

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Issue,
,4
3 (UP) Atter House baN;
up today even before the Sen
the controversial Civil Rights
probably Wednesday.

be made the Southern perrf-"!,

measures in; the Senate
amendment ;so strongly yester
day it led to belief he might veto.
the bill if.it reaches him la its
Senate shape.-
Republican -'leadersv 'lrt txU)
Houses pinned, their hopes'on
sending the measure. to a Sen-
ate-House, conference committee-.
in a"n effort to .work out a strong
er tfottogvttghta- aection- of -the
bill- nefc 'Without Jury"trlal
'prbvuio oc at least a modified
form of this clause, that would,
lessen the President's opposition.
French Pilloiy,
Senate Version
As 'CoIonfalisV
PARIS, AUK. 3 (UP) The

U.S. senate's adoption of a Jury
trial amendment to the Elsen-.

hower administration's Civil
Rights bill was assailed in French.
newspapers of the extreme right
and extreme left today as a vie-
tory for American racism.? ',

Surprisingly, the most -cla :

comment came not from the
Communist, press .but from tha k
right-wing 'Aurore" ere of

the most mriuenuai or the Faris;;rt
dailies and generally sympath--,'

tic to American policies, -mri
The-ipaper's front page carried

a cartoon on the subject aa well
as a stkmalv-worded editorial

headed: -'On which side the. v

Atlantic do The last ot the to
lonialists live?. ,
'If ever a legislative action
had a colonialist Inspiration

(one could even jay racit it

was yesterdays Senate vote.
Aurore said, r
"From now on. we can hope
that this accusation of colonial
Ism, too often and too lightly dl-
rected aealnst us bv our. Amer-

lean friends, will be recognized ;
as capricious." '
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Fish Feud Betweeji
Kefauver, Carroll
Due To Be; Settled
WASHINGTON (UP) Hungry '.
statesmen and reporters next ;
week will settle a feud between'.

Sens. Estes Kefauver (D -r Tenn.)
and Jphn A. Carroll (D Colo.)
over which tastes better: the
Tennessee blue t catfish of the
Colorado mountain trout.

.Kefauver announced today he
and Carroll have agreed to let '

the entire' Senate and Capitol
prea corps judge the gustatorial
merits of the eatfich and trout.
The judges, will make their deck
sio after ruung themselves wit a
free fish at a catfish- lunch
Wednesday and I trout lunch Fri
day in the Senate dining roonu. ..
Bad Emp!oymeriT:;
'Dallas, Tex. Aug. -3 (tjp-a-
man walked into a Safeway tree-
ry store inursnay nignt ans
ed manager Wi C. Watts for a job. -When
Watts told him he had no
openings, fie man drew a pistol
and robbed the store sate 01 mnr
than $1,000 and Had la a cU-:a



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JlK HOW ABOUT A DATE, BABY?
". CLIFTON TRUMAN DANIEL

j;m any time, big boy-

j Jrv's big black-and-white hope for next season. These will be
190 minutes with the exception of five 60-minute shows and

a wm aeal witn "a nistory oi events ana personalities mat nave

shaped our times.

.iE The first one, on Oct. 20, will be
; study of Sir, Winston Churchill.
J Afterwards; there'll be programs
dealing with such varied topics as
J guided missiles, the FBI, the auto auto-i
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Windsor, Mussolini. Gandhi, the

luremDerg mats ana tsaoe ui ui-j;Ufickson.
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!atl e."The Seven Lively Arts,"
-.'Whicttft a misnomer, since it
J won't confine itself to any seven
, Jilields, but "will roam the entire
' fentertainment world. Among oth-

a aa fcauj pliicuuicu flic A lie

jers airi
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Betty White

Love. which will dispute

the effect of movies and TV on

. I. the chancing pattern of romance:

j vnemingway;" "mast in centralia

Truman

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bout "Date With the Aneels." but

that doesn't particularly disapppint
the show's charming star, petty
White. She and producer Don Fed Fed-derson
derson Fed-derson pretty mpxh planned it that
way.
The show was in the work ior
two years. You might; think, that,
in two years of intensive work,
something with mora originality
would emerge "Date With the
Angels" is aspleasant, little com comedy
edy comedy series aboutJhe experiences
of a newly wed couple,
"But we decided to stick to the
tried and true," says Betty. "The
Angels are designed for audience
iripntiftratinn lti .Ui.nt;nnB

. ... vutus anuauvuo
er is nothing sensational a- which the audience can aonreci-

eniassed as a lively an; "E-

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reporting, which has not hitherto

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ffirngism:''

;jiiera4is' New York;" and "The
fBrill Building," which Investigates
the New York structure often call call-afd
afd call-afd the vertical Tin Pan Alley.

r au mis means tnat, a you caa-

jjnoia out tnrough this miserable
summer, you'll have some happy
TV hours in store.

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TV network eeea liow its money is doing.
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ate. since they're real and normal

and believable." rV
So and Vickie. Angel are
people 1 you've met before. What;
gives jjSisi ABC-TV show its appeal
is the.;fy familiarity of the i;
tuations'- plus"; the good work of

Betty And her co-star. Bill Wn-

She picked the name Vickie, be

pausn it's her favorite "rf I

ever had a daughter, she would be

Vickie. The name jus came De De-cause
cause De-cause they Iwanted something that
smacked of manliness and rugged rugged-ness
ness rugged-ness thus, Gus. And Angel? That
was the toughest.of all. They mull mulled
ed mulled over dozens of names, finally,
named the couple after Betty's car.
She's a car namer, currently oper operating
ating operating a snazzy white convertible
called "White Dream." i
It's just as well the show wasn't
planned now, otherwise they might

be called Gus and Vickie White

Dream.

The two years of work were

though on Betty. She'd always been
very active, but those two years
she had to confine herself to a few

guest shots, spending the rest of

the time in the planning phase
and in quiet frustration.
"Now I'm so happy to be work working
ing working steadily," she says, "that I

doubt if I'll even ask for a vaca
tion.'

Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today

DIABLO UTS. 2:S0 7 GAMBOA 7:09
Joan -Fontaine "JULIE"
Dana Andrews Tuesday "Beyond A Reason
; "BEYOND A REASONABLE able Doubt"
DOUBT" GATUN 2:30 7:0
I! u a oT i 'The Kln nd rour Queens"
!! Monday "Slander Tuesday "Hidden Guns"
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1 Alan Ladd Air-Conditioned
Sophia Loren John Wayn
"BOY ON A DOLPHIN Maureen O'Hara
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Mon. "Crime of Passion" Also Showing Monday;

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Robert T?ytop-'
"POWER AM THE TKWC

LA BOCA 7:00
Anthony Quinn
"MAN FROM DEL RIO"

CAMP BIERD :U 1:30
Paul Newman
SomekWy C. Tk.f, Liks, Ms"

It may never be another 'Zbo

Parade." but the CBS-TV Pacific

Network has a morning show that
features a pretty good bull-and-

bear act.

This, of course, is a show about
the stock market. And it is be believed
lieved believed to be the first of its kind!
Twice each morning, a New York
investment banking firm, McDon

ald, Holman and Co., teletypes

stock quotations to the Hollywood'

studio. Thers, a specially-designed
stock board is telecast, with the
latest figures.
The time difference at 10:30
a.m. in New York it's 7:30 a.m.
in California means that the
West Coast viewer gets his stock

reports with breakfast.
This could make Dave GarrO'
way obsolete.

Playwright Paddy Chayefsky ob

jecis to toe criticism, by some
Broadway drama critics, of the
so-called "slice of life" school of

playwriting. These critics main maintain
tain maintain that dialog which is too real

istic (i.e., "slice of life") .is not

good theater.
"Anything that's a good story
is good theater," says Chayefsky,
"whether it's written in blank
verse or in doggerel."

Today v Encanio r 35, 20
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rMRZAN AND THE LOST

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"fOMETBTNG OF TALUE

WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP )-

Members of a House subcommit

tee munched '. on reducing pills
yesterdayi while being told that

waiKnot the way to lose weieht.

Neither pills nor massage nor

exercise can stay calories from

making extra pounds, said Dr. S
William- Kalb.

Kalb. a Newark. N. J., nutri

tionist, gave the congressmen tre

hard advice that the only way to

ugnten tne belt was to go on a

met.
He testified before a House Gov

ernment Operations subcommittee

which opened an investigation of
false or misleading advertising for
overweight remedies.
Chairman John A. Blatnik (D (D-Minn)
Minn) (D-Minn) said the group was con

cerned particularly about "dietless

reducing schemes" which he

called "the most widely promoted
medical fraud today."

Uiatnik said the slim silhouette
in women's fashions, plus medical

warnings aoout uie dangers of ex excessive
cessive excessive weightr have created "a
vast m a r k e t for nreDaratinni

which claim that losing weight is
9 CU

Kalb, called as an expert wit witness,
ness, witness, said reducing pills widely
advertised on television were "a

waste- of time and .money.'-' In

ume cases,, ne saw, tne, pose "a

real menace to public health."
So saying, the trim little dnrtnr

popped one of tho pills into his

mourn ana passed the box arouad
the table, observing that thp tast

ed very good. He-said this brand
was made of skimmed milk and
lemon Juice. He estimated th

manufacturers made "about a

400,000 per cent profit" on the

pills.

Kalb said he had tried many
drags, includine trar.auilizers nn

fat people but never had found

one tnat was satisfactory as a
weight reducer.
. As for exercise, he said, a per person
son person would have to walk 33 miles
at a brisk pace to lose one pound.
He' said women were "great suck suckers
ers suckers for this massage business" but
that was useless also.
Kalb said the overweight person
should face up to the fact that
the only way to lose weight was
to take in fewer calories than they
burn up. He advised against us using
ing using any medication, wafers, gum,
candy or mechanical gadgets to.

lose weignt witnout checking with
a doctor first.

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sively Yours: Alan iadd vs. So

phia Loren in "Man on h High

Horse" Uh-hub,

It was Alan Ladd va. the script

nf "Ba An b rtnlnhin 11 with nn

feuding at all between the star

and Sophia during Its taming.

That's th Slowdown" from
Ladd on'repeatad reports that
h and tha Italian ,tiren war
making surly facts at each oth

er behind those diving masxs.
Waiting to oo a scene in "The

Deen Six." Ladd told me:

"There was no battle. I knew
it was Sophia's picture so there

was no reasoa to argue aoout it.

But I did have a quarrel with

the script. "What I accepted isn't

on the screen. :

rBut when you are on location,

there's nothing much you can do

about, it except say, "i nope it
comes 'out all right,' It's making
money so I guess it did.
"But Sophia and I got along
fine. :" i

."I even taugnt her my favorite!

expression, Tm with you.' II

didn't attend those two cocktail

parties for her when she arrived
in Hollywood Icr a simple reason.

was working on location in aan

Francisco.

natch.'. ,Dina' MorriU is .Holly

wood's latest doll being called
"another Grace Kelly" since her
cool emoting in "Desk Set." She
doesn't mind It, either; "Being

i-Biiea ner type js wonaemu with
me," says Dina, "I'm happy her
type is popular."

; ;HW a; COLUMN
More Or Less-Now And Then

Not" in the Srribt: Ja'yne Mans

field confessing in "How to Cook

Wolf" in the July Motion Pic

ture Magazine: ("I've dated some

,430 different men since 1 nrst

put on lipstick."- The no smear
type, I hope.

This Is Hoi! v wood. Mrs Jones:

Every Hollywood cloud has a sil

ver lining, too. When a studio

fired one of its executives the oth.

er day, a policeman on the lot
observed: "Well, 'we lost an exe

cutive but gained a parking

space." v ;

Was Anna Magnanl impersonat impersonating
ing impersonating Jayn Mansfield 'or Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe
She didn't say, but at least
the hectic Italian star has a
wivi) of humor. She noticed a'
still cameraman advancing- to
make some cardid photos of her.
on the set of "A Woman Ob Ob-sessed."
sessed." Ob-sessed." Immediately she went
into a series o exaggerated pot.
tares, typical of a mob'a glamor
queen with toothy smile and
shifty hips.

THS WITNETs Marlene Di-

trich said tt to Lisa Kirk about

her famouS gBms? "l.j call them
my 'safety nmsA They've held me

at the top Li show business for

years." .' ." .'
Marie (the Body) McDonald
was left b4ushing when her "kid "kidnaping"
naping" "kidnaping" turned out to be almost
the plot of Jan Russell's new
movie, "The Fussy Pink Night Nightgown."
gown." Nightgown." Now' Marin may be
screaming. Trailers for the film
identify Jane's mevio queen role
as "The B4ende Bombtr with
the Billion-Dollar Body."

There's stripper named Candy

iBarr at the Silver Slipper in Las

Vegas. An unwrapped Candy Barr,

ONLY TWO fables apart in sep separate"
arate" separate" parties at the Seville, Ava
Gardner and estranged hubby
Frank Sinatfa avoided even glanc glances.
es. glances. Ava. was with Walter Chiari

and Frank was with Ginger Rog

ers Ava presence in the U. S.,
by the way.,,s the 30 days allowed-
her while building up 18
months' work on foreign soil to

qualify for a lower income tax,

bracket. . .It's 20 years of mar marriage
riage marriage foe Jeanette MacDon-

aia ana uene itaymond. But no

one ever said, darn it, that it

wouldn t last.

ROCK HUDSON'S phone calls

to wife Phyllis in Hollywood

from Rome, where, he's working

in a uareweu to. Arms, wiu
rock his business manager when
he gets the bills. Nightly chats of

zu minutes at $3 a minute.

. Dan Duryea's quipping it about

switenmg trom, vmains to laugh
roles in "Battle 'Hymn"1 and now
"Christmas in Paradise": "I don't
know how I'm. going to get any anything
thing anything done around: the house.
The wife and kids4 aren't afraid
of me any more." i'

Mario Lama's four year-old
Marc make hi film debut with
him in "Seven Hills of Rome."
He sings th led to sleep with
"Guardian Angel."

Jan Sterling title for
quiz show for men only:
and Doll-ars."

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The Enlisted Men's Advisory
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opening, date for their new vari variety
ety variety show, ,Amarama,, win be
Aug. 14. The performance will
start at 7:30 p.m.
The 90 minuted show will in include
clude include a "mock-wedding," a take takeoff
off takeoff on Hamlet, a "roaring twen twenties"
ties" twenties" production and an amusing
number on life in the Pet agon.
Included in the cast thus far
are several elisted met Fort
Amador; the Belvederes, AllAr AllAr-my
my AllAr-my Entertainment -Contest win winners;
ners; winners; and several young ladies
from the Canal Zone.
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listed en-listed man can try out for the ''
show by comactlnt Mrs. Betty'
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TOOTS ON THE
VOLCAN TRUMPET

The disfaiTce from David to El

Hato del Volcsn is about 35 miles

as the fceo lolls. Calle Janson of

El Rancno Las Lagunas del Vol-

can, probaiy set a record a tort tort-night
night tort-night ago whet he made the trip

from David in one hour and ten

minutes. Several days before that

it nad taken over two flours in tne
same jeep with Cesar Qulntero
mandador ot the ranch at the

wheel. That didn't count the stop
in Concepciou for a bottle of beer.
Progress is being made on the
grading and filling oft he section
of the Interam'jrican Highway be between
tween between David and Concepcion. 'but

there is only one short finished
piece that connects with the David
to Panama section of the. highway
and intersects the road to Boque Boque-te,
te, Boque-te, There is still one detour" on the
road to Concepcicn and quite a
stretch near Concepcion on which
no work has been done. Two trips
did not indicu'vf that the work, is
being pushed very much, but with
modern road building machinery
a few skilled operators ;can do
more than many workers leaning
on their pteks and shovels and
staring at the sky.

1 ne road irom concepcion to
El Hato del Volcan is another sto story..
ry.. story.. The rocky roao to Dublin or
wherever that famous road went,
must have been a paved boule boulevard
vard boulevard by comparison. There is lit little
tle little evidence of any maintenance
work having been done at ldast
recently. Nevertheless, there is a

cosiderable amount of traffic, due
to the increasingly rapid develop development
ment development of the entire Volcan region.

Perhaps after the Danen Road to

Colombia has been completed some

attention can De given to the high

way between Concepcion and El

Hato. del Volcan.

The. main street in El Hato del

Volcan has been improved. Not

too long ago i was filled with

chuck, holes. The village has not

cnangea mucn, out one or two

new houses hive been built. We
did stop to buy some supplies be before
fore before going on to the ranch house

by the big spnn?. Luckily we

found for $1.20 an excellent Swiss

cheese from I lie Colony near the

Costa Kican border. Also we bough

head lettuce at five cents a head

and fresh eggs for .60 -cents a do

zen.

Two old married men do not

make good bachelors so far as

house-keeping is concerned, but

we made out all right for two days

with the help of Lola and Paquita,

ana a can opener. Lola is a daugh daughter
ter daughter of Chiriqui and Paquita, born
in Colon, finds the Volcan climate

a' bit cold. But roughing it with a

good gas stove, hot and cold run

ning spring water, and electric

lights in a new and modern house,

is not too tough.

Lite on the ranch was even
quieter than th week at the.Pa the.Pa-namonte
namonte the.Pa-namonte Inn until a part of 'the

Janson family arrived with two

Calhoun cousins. The meals im

proved a lot, too. Rex, an ancient
gray cow horse, came in for a lot
of attention. A majority of the Jan Janson
son Janson children learned to ride on

Rex. All but the youngest 'ride like

vaqueros. Rex had a hard time,

until the cow hands' brought in
more horses.
One- afternoon we went to the
lakes for some black bass fish fishing.
ing. fishing. My friend and guest, John
Menaugh of the Chicago (Tribune,
had distinguished himself on his
first trial at deep sea fishing,
Black bass were an old story to

him. However he hd Tended only
twoJ when 4 threatening, rain sent
us back? to the ranch house.. It
didn't rain after all, but that .threat
probably saved the. lives of a num number
ber number of black bass. The two; he
caught were delicious at lunch the
next day..
.Our host was very busy getting
ready to install a hydroelectric
plant so we did not get any shoot shooting.
ing. shooting. There we; t no ducks on the
lakes. It is doubtful that other

game was in any great danger,
even if we had gon hunting. vWe
did get a glimpse of a herd of
Brangus, but we were not armed
at the time and would not have
shot them if we had been.
Brangus af a immigrants from
Florida. They have taken to the
Volcan region like natives of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Thy are a comparatively

new breed of cattle resulting from

crossing Aberdeen Angus with
Brahman stock. The breed is now
registered and recognized. T.h a
Brahman stock does not show
much in the cattle except for a
small hump, but the immunity of
the (Brahman to the afflictions of
the tropics has not bees diminish diminished.
ed. diminished. : .X.,, vt.'i-
The Brangus: are coal black,
short legged arid stocky, after the
AhprrWn Ansns sirlp of the fami

ly.' They are gentle and, shy and
wonderful producers of special

f IPKSPIl nil IV I.IIH tlH II1R WHX Till"

.A herd of fiity was imported

niralane anrl aftpp, over two ve

, -" - v

to make the total herd now .62 hea

This is the first herd in tropU

cal America. They have not -been
tried at sea level yetrbut Janson
plans to bring some down from
the ranch for a trial, probably at
Rio Hato.

Hollywood Pin-Up -Girl
May Be Held
As 'Love Captive'
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 2 (UP)-A
curvaceous Hollywood "pinnip
girl" was reported missing today
and deputy sheriff's said she
might be held a love captive by
a photographer who hired her to
pose for pictures.
The missing model is1 Judy Ann
Van Horn Dull, 19, mother of a
year-old dajghter" and estranged

from her husband, Robert Dull,
24, of nearby La Crescenta, Calif.
Her roommate, Betty Carver;' 18
told detectives the model vanished

yesterday witn a self-styled pho
tographer she met for the first
time after a telephone converts--tion.
'si-

Miss Carver said the man tel-

phoned two days ago and intro

duced himself to Judy. He wanted

to take pin-up pictures at her

apartment because he did not
have a studio she said.

But when the photographer ar

rived, he told the model he had
obtained a studio and asked her

to accompany him. Miss Carver

said ne a sued the model to take
some skirts and a blouse for cos

tume changes.
The "love captive" theory was
advanced by officers who said no

record of the photographer or the

studio could be found A telephone
number he left with Miss Carver

proved to be fictitious, detectives

said.

THE GAYEST COMEDY OF IHE YEAR
"DESIGNING WOMAN" OPEIIIIIC
WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA

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cennt ail the lmhs te "DESIGNING WOMAN," atarrlnr
Grffory Pwk, Lanrea BacaU aad.Deleres Gray. The new
M-G-M CineiBaSeepe and color fferine will be eaeninr mm
Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA TbeaUe.- -
Htgbiirhts la a picture which offers some thing te every
enc include the glltterinr fashaea-sbew tarncc which
will have the distaff side ef the audience en its tees, and
everal stage oeeeeneea which gtve Doieres Gray epportan epportan-ity
ity epportan-ity te sin and dance.
DESIGNING WOMAJf Is the cemedf hit ef the year
It's fanny, tBirljni, smart, Mphintiratcd and very very
rerwiuitic. Dea't fail Ut eed ft at the BELLA VISTA Theatre,
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JnaUty, beauty and styling put int their hair-dos by Pepethe master hair-stylist.

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". mAiiti ihm iaeial sei. Thm ad informed mettv Pana- 5

' tnanian girls that PEPE one of the greet artisti of
continental hair$tylingr had been, engaged by the
distinguished beauty-parlors operated by the incom- '.
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deal of interest because PEPE's fame as an origin' ,: A

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4ND N EFFECT, thanks io tAe wholehearted, ed-
operation of three of the beautiful young ladies of
our. social set, we are able to illustrate three d'tf-
. ferent hair styles created by PEPE. In, these it is
' difficult to determine what should be admired most:
; hi?- supreme artisty, his elegant simplicity or his ex exquisite
quisite exquisite originality. From these pictures,1 beautiful
? ladies of Panamd City will be able to evaluate the
technique of PEPE, which defies comparison, be be-cause
cause be-cause it has surpassed all existing categories. There
must be a reason why PEPE's services are sought
after with such avidity in almost a dozen countries
of Europe and America.

nTONETTE, the, last word -la
riglnalltr Is modeled for -the
ladies of Panama on the
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kams. TiTonettf ls strikinj
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t Hp la Guardia at a buffet dinner m tne rre siaemiai ri T
Thursday President de la Ouardia is shown atfthe lower left, wearing a da suit.

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PANAMA MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
TO HONOR DELEGATES AT RECEPTION

Panama's Minister of Public Works and Mrs. Roberto Lo Lo-pe
pe Lo-pe Fabrega have issued invitations for a formal-reception
to be held Friday at 9 p.m. in the Union Club, in honor, of
the delegates to the Seventh Panamerican Highway Con Congress.
gress. Congress. V'
' The Congress, which opened August 1, will be in session

through August 10.

C..A. McLtlfands
Hv Stt Guesf
: Ijjiss Gail E. Dyer of Boston ar-
rivefl this morning by plane for
a three-week visit with her sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

C. A. McLellaud of Rodman, and
their son KrfYait.
The McLellands and Miss Dyer
will leave tomorrow, for a week's
trip to Santa Clara and other
points in the interior.

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Cristobal Youth
Ltav For T)x
Ross J. Tob'n, Jr.-, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Tobin of Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, and Bernard J. Craig, Jr.,, .son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. Craig of
Fort Gulick, left last Saturday tor
Lackland Air Force Base in San
Antonio. Texas .s

Cristobal Art Show i
Extndd by Rquttt
The Atlantic Branch of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Art League has announc announced
ed announced that its Art Exhibit, which has
been running for the past week
in the Red Cross Building in Old
Cristobal, will be -extended until
next Wednesday, by popular re request.
quest. request. The iarge crowds attending
during the pas, week have made
the second annual exhibit an. even

greater kuceess than last year's

show. The hours will continue, to
be from 1 p.m. to 0 p.m.

Included in the display are ori

ginal designs in "ceramics, sculp sculpture,
ture, sculpture, wood carving s.textile weav weaving,
ing, weaving, copper craft,' pastels, water
colors, and oils. Many of the ar artists
tists artists participating have, held one one-man
man one-man shows, and several, have been
consistent prize winners in i past
shows .on, both sides, pf the Isthmus.-
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Wadding At CKayton
Miss. Nilda Dolores Velarde,
daughter of Mrs Mercdes T. Ve Velarde
larde Velarde of Panama City, became the
bride of Mr. Daniel J. Guilmette
of the U. S. Army Garrison at

Fort Clayton yesterday morning

at 8. -The ceremony was penorm-

ed.bv Cnot Richards, Catholic

Chaplain, in Fort Clayton Chapel,
Mr., Guilmette is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Vahnore T. Guilmette

of Frmington, Michigan. t .
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. The bride wore a waltz length
white brocade dres and a white
picture hat, and carried a bouquet
of white carnations. Miss Ana Ce

cilia PoDlar was the bride's at-

tpnriant. Mr. Vasilio Crisaa. Jr..

Was best man, and Mr. Edward

Holfey was usher.

j After a two-weeks honeymoon
the couple will reside in Panama
City until the end of Mr. Guil Guil-melte's
melte's Guil-melte's tour of duty, after which
they will maw their home in

Farmirfgton,. Michigan.

Robert Loggia'

Now Making New

Movie Iji NX

Shirley Tobin Marries
Par W. Practar

' Miss Shirley Anne Tobin,1 daugh

ter of Mr.- and Mrs. Rosweu j

Tobin of Marstarita. became the

bride of Mr. Peter W. : Procter;

son of Mil Clara Procter of quin
cv." Massachusetts, on Friday, Ju

ly 26, in the Holy Family' Church
in Margarita. ev. Father John

F. King, CM., officiated, with
Messrs. John Cronan and Michael

Steohenson assisting as altar boys

Miss Patricia Lawson played the

organ, and Miss Barbara uregg
sang "Ave Maria." j,
-The bride was given in mar

riage by aer fither Miss- Gail

MacPherson was the bride's at attendant,
tendant, attendant, and Mr. Harry Boylan
was best man, I i
A reception in the ChurchHall
followed the; ceremony Mrs.- JVil JVil-liam
liam JVil-liam Cronan rnd Mrs. Colin H.
Lawson assisted Mrs. Tobin, the
bride's mother, at the reception;
Mrs; Cyrus W. Field served the
punch, and Miss, Clara, Tobin, sis sister
ter sister of the bride, was in charge of
the bride's book. Z
On their return from a short
honeymoon to the interior the
young couple will be at home in
Coco Solito. w
Mrs. Procter is a' graduate of

Cristobal Hish School, class- of

""s. Mr. Procter is presently ista-J

tioned at the Coco Solo Naval sta
lion.

Women's Classes in Exercises and Dance-
Coordination for Slimminy; and Posture,.', !: ,;
Children 3 to 11 years,, classes In Tap, Acrobatic and
Ballet. Ballroom- dancing for adults and teen-agers,
classes and private instruction. ''
PLEASE 'TELEPHONE PANAMA J-0327 ..:
FOR FURTHER; INFORMATION ;; : ? k V N V

Robert .LoggiH, who .formerly
served a hitch in the Army at Fort

Clayton, and has been featured in
several off-Broadway stage produc

tions, is now sianoE in a movie

for an -independent company. -,
According to the Sunday issue
of the New York Times, Liggia
has been cast in "The Cod Hater."

the first feature to be made hv

the recently formed ; independent

oaruuon rroauctions.
" Cameras will start turning to

morrow at tne BUtmore Studio at
66 E. Fourth Street,1 the article

Loggia was an active member
of the Circle Plaverx at El Pan.

ma Hotel as well as of the Theatre

uuna curing nis tour of duty here,
He has since SDDeared in VRnll.

fight" .on Broadway,' and In two
movies, "Somebody. Up- There

wes Jfie," ana Garment June-la.'

as well as in several television

snows. '.

ine limes said that thn rn

Hater," a melodrama, was1 writ

ten py r.a Mcuain and will ha Hi

reciea oy wuiam Berke,

Vacuum Cleaner

Slrolls Around
Wilkinson Home

luifA, Okla. (UP) Things
nave, become rather nmV amnnj

the Wilkinson home lately. The
vacuum cleaner doesn't atmii

arouna me Jiouse these nights.
In fact, a lot of weird things
went on before C. A. Wilkinson
oug up and disconnected a wmtr

pipe Desiae nis frame house and

removed tne ; ground wire on the

ciciiiicai lines, -j

Things were rpallv in mninfl Tak.

fore Wilkinson put' a stoo to th.m

, Electric plugs popped out of

wau socKets witn such force th?

prongs jvere twisted.
A Light bulbs .leaped from their

sucKeis.

n new UUO etctrir .nrmn

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whsii i even plugged in was
ruined, v

The' electric

through the house, moving appar apparently
ently apparently under its own power.; Mrs.
Wilkinson s said one night her

aaugnter Durst into her room and
complained the sweeper was
crawling across her stomach.

i Mrs. Wilkinson,, said she went io
eheck-'and"1 found ther footloose
sweeper sitting on the bed.
Wilkinson said he thought it had
something to do with a magnetic
field.

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Myers,. Jr., of Arraijan, after the two men joined' the Regular, Army recently: Pm;

enlisted for. anotner six years. A eraouate oi ir.

' JOIN REGULAR ARMY

quarters
Curtis E.

cus. who fias served- eieht vears in the Armv.' re

Naval. School of Music in Washington, D.C.; his last assignment in the Army.was- wittt ; the, (.
Third Army Band at 'Fort McPherson. Ga. He'wlll bo assigned' to the 79th Army Band at Ffct ilv

Clayton..; Myers is a graduate of Horace Mann Junior Jl!gh School in Los Angeles,- calif. ?HSj
enlisted unussigned for three years., He, wiU leave the Canal Zone aboard the U9NS, Gibbinjt'i
for Fort Pix,N.J., about Aug. 17(. .' s , iAJ

New AF Chief Urges Erasure
Of Needless Duplication'

WASHINOTOX.f'Aue. 3 fLTP)

Gen. Thomas D. White, new Air

Force chief of staff; called, today
for a hew look at U.S.! mHitary

forces to erase ."needless; duplica duplication"
tion" duplication" And bring defense costs un under
der under tighter .control; '; ;

But White, adaressingr tne Air

Force Association's .annual con convention,
vention, convention, made clear -he believed
the other services i JiOtj the Air

Force should bear the brunt of

the new defense cutback? prom promised1
ised1 promised1 by Defense Secretary Charles

, Wilson. ; :
Aftef assertine that the United

States must not .jsacrifice the de de-deterrent
deterrent de-deterrent effect of strategic stom-

air oower. he went on to say that

he did not believe the Army, Na Navy
vy Navy Sand Marine Corps have ad adjusted
justed adjusted to tre nuclear age as well

as the Air force.

"The other services have had
some rigorous self examination. to
do and face still more in th fu fu-tore,
tore, fu-tore, just as we do," White said,
But he added that "I cannot lay
with candor1 that an 'overall ad adjustment
justment adjustment o he present era,. equiv equivalent
alent equivalent to the Air Force adjustment,
has, been made" by tre- other
services. "I- believe it will be
made, however, and J hope in
good time." :':- '-
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yesterday that he had imposed an
airtight 38 billion dollar- ceiling on
defense spending this year and
next and that more bad. newt was
on the way. -,
White listed among the prob problems
lems problems the D e f e n s e Department
must resolve the question of "car "carrier
rier "carrier .aviation versus land-based
aviation," adequate pay for' mil military
itary military personnel and ballistics mis missiles
siles missiles versus manned bombers. V.

"The Air Force sees a pressing

need for the elimination .of need

les duplicaion and for control of

tne cost of the military establish'
ment," he said.

White said the Air Force had
faced up to the fact that "no air

defense in being or iresently pos
sible can completely stop a deter

mined nuclear' attack." He said

its aim was to build "as effective

an air defense as we ean with

out runhmg into, the law of dirn
inishing returns", t -.
lib line, with this : philosophy, lie
said; the 'tactical Att Foree had
been" cut. and "we-' may have" to
,p,are .them further." White also
said tactical air transport forces
"must be curtailed" and air re reserve
serve reserve and National Guard units
would, have -fewer but b e 1 1 e r
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To Throw Tonialosj
Al Maria CailaiFf
ATHENS, Greece (TJPA "con "concert
cert "concert by opera star Maria Callis
was cancelled here iT h u r s d a y
night because some members i of
the audience were reported ready
tp shower the stage, with 'tomg 'tomg-toes.
toes. 'tomg-toes. . .' j
The Athens Festival announced
the cancellation less than an hour
before the curtain fwas due i to
rise, saying the fiery inger. was
suffering from a' sore' throat., u,-;-
It was believed police had fe-

fused to guarantee order because
of reports that Miss Callas would
be booed and chased from the
stage by tomatoes.' '-!; -e
There Jias been widespread crit criticism
icism criticism of the singer here f or ac

cepting a $9,000 fee for two-con
certs. Newspaper critics also car
ried reports she allegedly, refused
to give f i n a n c a 1 aid to her

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Dies In England
'LONDON, Aug.-3 (UP) Rich Richard
ard Richard R. Stokes, 60, a veteran So Socialist
cialist Socialist Party leader and member
of Parliament, died last night.
Stokes, a bachelor, was a wealth wealth-y
y wealth-y industrialist and had represent represented
ed represented the Ipswict constituency in
Commons since 1938. He bad -served
as minister of works in the cab

inet of Laborite Primer Minister i
Clement Attlee from Feb. liiO, to;
Apr. 1951.- i

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Pure Raw Silk Prints and Plain- :,-..
Italian Silk
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Six Issues Of Three Magazines
Declared Obscene In Georgia
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SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
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I, MAfteAiEt'GfeiGtriTA" KREGERof Gamboa,. representing?
, Panama h tfter,' "friendship and good neighbor' policy. 1$
I ahom jfcWnr one of Jier famous "Pollera" dolls to JMr, antfy
I Mrs. Cisto.,:rijamls on the eve M .their-dearture lot, Greece (
I on "three Wek trip.' Mr.,Blarnis, a, lbng-tlroe aftama busi busi-I
I busi-I Hess man, will reciprocate .with a doll from Greece whence
i !.:;. NJ i i returns. " .''

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BAlSJiECTE AMtXICANTS
tlfjeati: ,hroa4, .aAefaUag
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YORK NEA) Silk asedi
ta:be aync(yius,iwai.weattJi aaciJ
luxury aM jtcoet, trtouiy,. w
it'if ttumj,' ta 1 iiwttr widely
Ani iV should be.' ilk a M
eah;aminr-. fabric .faght f to
wight natwally. rsilieat t:'itti
jlrtesn't wrinkle- eatilv. siaturailyi
absorbent so it rarely feelt lam-l
wwt More aao more garmema are
binr, m4da f Ub tor prt-iiK,
snd rocswiuuotly,- the pricea are
e)gmaiQS H. iiiuo nofwo. ;j f; I
t fjnrrentlye Iiilian silks are the
fashiou JHadent. Somehow ; therei
aema ;iDe, a weai jMrws.iu
Italian, designs laad the took aad
feel otf silk tbey go together like
apaghetu. and white cum- sauce.
. And- jrott att find Italian sUk in
vrvthinrn from. the inserts in
aumxaer shoes to the bsnds around
straw -bata. Evtn belts afo now
being. matfe of luuan KUt?;.st
? A quick trip around a few key
Naur York, sloraa shows a tienxea
dous assortment of earments made
fro Italiaa silk. A few exam examples
ples examples Gladly;; ,; w i- ;
A summer, evening Jacket, ef a
wine-eolored Italian silk; an an-
ttaua fold evenina mess jacket
with turned back cuff a tailer-
a mmrt coat, in Ivv Look Sty 111)
i a Variety of bright colors ; ve very
ry very sheer, tissue-thin sport shirt; a
kunging robe- all -,- silk in hand handsome
some handsome beige and brown; and all
kinds nf suits,. slacks, shirts, ties,
robes, formal wear, handkerchiefs.
It vou ovant, you could be silk
from-,ai skin out. By next year,
if the trend -continues, you, may
well bo- Silk ior the -masses by
f5ll
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Of a' suwimo kiiBuTban' evenihg,
the average backyard looks like a
bonch of Indians practicing their
SAoke-singnal penmanship. There
a bsrbecue going in every 66x100
clot 11 far aa the eye can see.'

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' trhil is where the man is king.
HO can play around with his char charcoal
coal charcoal and bis lighter fluid and bis
sauces. And sometimes he likes to
1 pot on an aprcn and live it irp. irp.-I
I irp.-I : Arrow has catered to that urge
with its" new barbecue set an
' apron and spor; shirt, in a match match-j
j match-j ing -fabric -with a bappy cooking cooking-r
r cooking-r outside print. It hss a white back-
ground, with an sppropriate de design
sign design that even includes a barbecue
sauce recipe, ior the chef who
doe tat like '.0 invent bis ow.
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" : : ffTiap'.yt hadn't noticed, but
w ire n t0 midrt of a jewel
case boom. One big luggage rask rask-r
r rask-r ef sis that suih of men's jewel
I caret last yea amounted to i per
eT!t af its bpsinetf; this year, that
figure w J be ckstr ta 10 ; pw
, 1 cent. -. ... -.
i Ihe 'reasort, of eowse. is tlw
-.er .itere ktj cff.- links, $c
. claspj aaJ the Lie. The new jew-

Turned Folks;

Habitatr jbaeayarda. Id.n-
dipron and sport shirt., (Arrow)
kJ n.noav... anu) (k .Ml.
Venient clips and cubby holes and
oiner gimmicKS ior storage. :
i The newest ones to come ouw
knide by Babeeckvlile. take their
Styling cues from th.' new. ears.
iy are. built on long.) low linos,
strutted with, steel frames and
available in many colors and com-
binatioos. ..
'xWith Jewel! case, Oopying auto
eiyung, neat 1 we may :i aee ivy
iLbok suit with tad fins. 1
FBI Recovers Auto
fail loses traii ?
Of Embezzler
ATLAfTTA (UP) The FBI has
recovered the air conditioned
pink iincoln and two loaded mov moving'
ing' moving' vans; of an accused woman
embezzler? but. has .lost the trail
of the fugitive and her 50 cocker
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The FBI Thursday .night' .dis .disclosed
closed .disclosed that -Mrs. rfanet- R. Griy,
40, accused of embettliag J100.00U
from a medical clinic in nearby
Decatur, Ga... had been traced to
Creensljoro, N,C 7- s
" J. K". V Mumfora, special FBI
agent in charge, here, said the
freckled, gray haired woman,
there apparently split up one of
the most conspicuous "ehtour "ehtour-Sges"
Sges" "ehtour-Sges" ever made the object of. a
nationwide police lookout.
Agents recovered two hired m ov ovine
ine ovine vans loaded with her house
hold furniture and other belongings
sad found the Lincoln, abandoned
at a motel near Greenville. S.C.,
.Mumford said., ;i
No trace was found of a station
wagon and another truck tontstn-1
ing 50 prize cocker spapiels in-;
eluding t 'champiOnshrp cmfteder
named "Rise, and .Shins," Mum Mum-ford
ford Mum-ford said. j
The FBI said that chA tills
caravan set out last Tuesday, the j
day Mrs. Griy wi auppotftd o
confer with auditors, it must hsve j
been as .censpicuoas as a ete-
phsnf in a mow baflx. j
-Mumford disclosed that the sta station
tion station wagon apparently was driven 1
st first by a 16-year-old niece of
Mri.- Gray, and the vans bad
hired drivers. ' I
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He said Mrs. Gray apparently 1
Joined ber siece in the station
wagon at Greeaville. The fugitire's 1
wseon at Greenville. The fugitive's
trail vaniihed later at Greensboro.
Decatur police said Mrs. Gray
was accused of pocketing tne
money while working 31 years as
bookkeeper for the bjsy clinic.

KLEINER
MirwYnRK fNEA)'- Hot
westher got you down? Be patient.
I you need proof that winter.
m. Mind iDniM Viai lust been re-
rbiuui tbkt. th first Chrlsmas 1
sunt f "the season nas; aireaay
Hac. recorded.. ... f. : ... --'-4
i KAi th" fBCfifff.Mt was Stirtmy
Kay, recording for 'Columbia an
album U U called !J?l Want To
Wish You a Merry Christmas."
.And a JoyeiuiC. Uboray.y
Y6u may haw noticed a bit more
lilt ; and bounce in, JnJ, Arrfwt'
lat rseordfc first .tlwra was
"WHhotrt Leva,'f hjehf rsftld i
round batf-million., ,An fMW
there's a two-side4 r j?w; release,
J,It Takes Only One", Mnct ,Good
Morning, Mr. lmeSll'x:rk
t All three: (a toes 4ccea discs
dre a far rv fronfl the tender bal
led which, used to be the trade
mark of the beautiful little- singer
with .the' emotional contrata voice.
A rnitnlfl of them hsve marked
rbck-and-roll f eeung, the other is
a distinct-rhythm tune, with a lit little
tle little counry flavor 4 1
'.Will TDniIt'S a tase of ."tfyoa
can t .beat em, jom 'em. one
wants a gold record. She, wants it
badly ertough so she'll sing a com
plete new; style. try : an am
rhythm, in order t6 get It.
Jfs, a strange Situation,. bacauM
Toni Arosn is on or musics Dig
liar record. She's curontly head
lining at New' York's Copacabana,
the plays wily the. top hotels-and
nightclubs, aha commands a ?' big
nary. --'-" .7
"But," She says -and it's a big,
nancial but "But if I Had a gold
record, I think my earnings would
automatically go up zu gr per
ctnt. I'd dIsv. the same clubs, but
they'd have to pay mo bort."
.ThBt'g the 'power' of records In
show basinet today: -It's, the re-
card stars who get the big money,
becsuse 1 they attract the biggest
crowds. V Ton! attract crowds bo bo-cause
cause bo-cause ah puts on a terrific show,
but chances ire she'd attract even
bigger ones after a smash hit re
cord; e,:.:'-,:, r;
She came up to the status of
headliner the hard .way by sing-
lhg in clubs and getting good re
views. If she d bad a hit record,
she would have- been, a headliner
years before .
"Tho wsy I did it," sne says,
simply, "is, t think, rpore'subatsn rpore'subatsn-tialr
tialr rpore'subatsn-tialr I have the ; trainjng .now, 1
can, always get n.goo'd booking, A
gold -record -would b frosting on
the cake, -but at leSst pow I hsvs
a good oake' ,-.'r ',v-T-j--':-.:;'v
1 Some of today's .record stars
nave only 0 big, mess l frosting,
( It looks' IW NaKlif iaUi
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' Colo called 4 publisher 4, Marvin
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i It may be ah all-time record for
catch-as-catch-can songwrillng.
DICK'S PICKS: Perry ComO has
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Blues" (RCA). Others; "Soft
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Literature -Commission today rec rec-nmmonded
nmmonded rec-nmmonded that six issues ot three

national magazines be declared in
violation ot ueorgia s ooscem
code. t
The commission,' headed by the
Rev.1 James E. Wesbery," pre
sented a '.'finding of fact" against
eight of the 10 issues ot maga
zines unaer invesugauou.. rony-
three Issues of magazines Sim are
under investigation.
Tht recommendation was maae
to Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook; a
1 The magazines c 1 u d e the
Msrch 1957 issue of "Arto and
Camera," :the December, r 1958,
and January,' April, and June,
1957. issues of "caper," ana v.an
undated issue of "Contour."
If the attorney general's office
fAiinwa th recommendation, dis
tributors, wholesalers ana retail-
or of tne masazmer will lace
, i ... ,J ...ill
orosecution. Penalty; under the
Georgia code governing obscenity
ib1U for sentences uoon convic
tion of from one to three years in
orison: But the code says offenses
can be triea as misdemeanor.
Wesberry, a Baptist minister,
The Proeresslve Mr. DeFrahco"
(Norgran); pianist Leu Levy -and
his trio in "A Most Musical Fel Fella"
la" Fella" (RCA); saxman Sam Taylor
and organist Pick Hymen ..with
Jtockin' Sax and RolUn Organ"
(MGM); Johnny Wiggs and : his
band in "Dixieland of Old New
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Giants in "Shorty- Rogers Play
Richard Bodger'r (RCA).
THvn fat 'classical albums fea
turing the warmth and beauty of
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Arthur Grumlaux plays Tchaikovs
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plays Mendelssohn's Concerto In
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gate investigate complaints against maga magazines
zines magazines on Georgia news stands -ac
cused of obscenity, and to make
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' tt' the attorney general decides
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will bo issued snd the esse would
be tired before a Jury.
- Rev. Wesbery said the com
mission had tried to co-operate
with migazino 1 distributors and
dealers since its 1 formation in
1953, but that an attempt by mag
azine publishers to dissolve the
commission in federal court six
months ago had necessitated a
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Wesbery' said the commission
will ask the next session of the
Legislature for 'injunctive powers
to go before a judge on the first
day o prosecution -against a deal dealer
er dealer to .stop -distribution -until- the
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BOMBAY, India, Aug. 3 (UP) (UP)-Devadas
Devadas (UP)-Devadas Gandhi, younger son of
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Delegates

i Of Racetraclc Manager

Sit HArnnr) and third

breds will match strides this afternoon m the seven seven-iurlong
iurlong seven-iurlong $750 -'Seventh Pan-American Highway Con-
cress Handicap" at the President Remori racetrack.
Vi, it The delegates of aU the countries attending the
. congress have been invited by track manager Pablo
jC.Thayer to be his guests for the afternoon.

1 Gtrmafflo, a neck winner over
' 'ttsvilan in the twit mile $2,500 add add-v'Vtd
v'Vtd add-v'Vtd Republic of Peru Classic, is ex ex-"
" ex-" 'pected to go off the mutuels fav fav-,oritt
,oritt fav-,oritt again. This time, however,
ke will not be the orids-on choice he
his previous time out.
v Heliodoro Giistines aboard Germa Germa-'
' Germa-' ',aio. Guslines will have the leg up
a -the vastly improved Hosier,
which is in the midst of a success-
' ful comeback campaign.
t Last week, Germanio toted 114
" .'as. compared to 115 for Gavilan and
y-i.l22.AoT fourth place finisher Scin Scin-1
1 Scin-1 Dilation. This time Germanio will
" (Barry 118, Gavilan 115 and Scintil Scintil-.
. Scintil-. l&tion ,120. Th? weight changes
could .be the big difference this
eek: .. .....
Kuben vasqi'ez, Hie iraca. juubi
1 6nsistent winner will have the leg
. up on Scintillation as usual. Gui Gui-'
' Gui-' llermo Sanchez figures to be an
'i..A,i,i.ini ,um Dnnclas Cortez
fboard the unpredictable Gavilan.
pulento and Enibrujada round
V-eiil the tield of six. Opulento, slow-
' ly regaining form iouowing a sus
n.nmn rmild hf- rtadv fOT an UP
Jet victory here. He will be ridden
by hustling Braulio Baeza. Embrvi
1 jada win. nave iavomc nutr.
Rodriguez in the saddle.
The secondary attraction will be
tRsn rtne mile race for third and
fourth series Imoorted horses.
vins toi Aini it Caritberwell. Dis
tlngo', Dawn Song, Gramilla, El
vUikir and Parma Flynn are the
' edharlnlpH starters.
"Another interestiny race should
. W the fifth race in which twice
tfeaten Kstehan attempts to start
another winning streak. Riqui, Don
Rrioirin anri th TllHv Br-Justini
'entry will oppose the Eleja-owned
, nauvt uioruugnui cu.
i Bancanclto' yesterday after
.'tirion returned from a well de
leerved rest period in txcellent
'6hape and racea w a virnuaa
boat to post victory. In th ffa-
ttired 1600 seven furlongs sprint
ihprsea., '
. Hallo Rodrlguei huatled B B-J1
J1 B-J1 rtflcito to the lead In tha iec-
mA nuaxter and never lost com-t
' M arn ol- after that, although
i GriTrtd Finish pulled alongside
; rjtering the homestretch. Grand
SSaish held on to wind up sec second
ond second while odds-on mutuels fa favorite
vorite favorite Poslblemente failed to
aln In the stretch run after be being
ing being well placed early and bftre-
Ijulasted to save the show.
t "Bacanclto returned ... a juicy
ttL?0 as second choice In the
tetUng. His time for the seven
'furlongs' over a somewhat slow slowed
ed slowed up track was a creditable 1:25
.4-5. .Bacanclto coupled with
:Orana Finish for a $192.20 one one-"twoi
"twoi one-"twoi 'Ajjreao vasquea iea xne na-
Racetrack Tips
if
By CONRADO
i s-iSooorrtto
" f :l Pyater
Don Gran
tVobe
snm
Sideral (e)
amen
Damadnra
$ Bsteban
Tullr Bar (e)
Fenlx
7 -Germanio
Paquetito
1 Dlstinfo
Fleltro
Scintillation
Hostigador
King
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Another AUDITION
NEXT MONDAY 3 p.m. ;
in the PANAMA SALON (First iloor)'

for our new
WEDNESDAY VARIETY NIGHTS
- v. Whan a limited numher nf N tt

acta will parform

WINNING PRIZE : -a
contract to parform at El Panam.

Anyone interested in the Monday tryouts should bring
with him music, costume, and props and foto.
Singing, dancing, juggling and other enterlalting
acta may compete.
erfanners may k AMATEUK ar PROFESSIONAL.
tV Anyane.aa tht IsXhmus is eligible.

To Be Guests

series imoorted thorouffh-
ers with three victories while
little Heliodoro "Paplto" Gusti
nes was the runnerup with two.
The dividends:
THE DIVIDENDS:
FIRST RACE
1 Escorial $11.20, $4.80
2-Jtiscal $5.
SECOND RACE
1 Don Danl $8.20, $5.60
2 Clybern $5.40.
First Doublet $87.20
THIRD RACE
1 Tingat $2.60, $2.20
2 'Ocean Star $5.20
One-Two: $31.00
FOURTH RACE
1 FrSjolito $6.60, $3.80
2 Golden Moon $2.80
Quiniela $10.80
FIFTH RACE
1 Cypress Bull $5.20, -$.20
2 The Gipsy $2.20
SIXTH RACE
1 Ragacza $3.80, 2.80
2 Zumar 92.80
- J SEVENTH race
l Louvre $12.80, $6.60
2 El Agheila $7.00
Second Double: $29.80
EIGHTH RACE
lOrn purito' $15.20. 4.20
2 iesttal Fir S.60
Qqiniela: S19.40
NINTH RACE
i 1 -Bacanclto $12.20. 6.00
2 -Grand Finish S7.8t
- One-Two: $192.20.
HONEST! George HaryW
beams over 25 S -inch brown
trout weighing 7 pounds. Pro-.;
fessor Harvey ws Ashing'not i
far from Pennsylvni State, j
University, where he teaqhe.-
announces
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in tht Balboa Bar.
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IN ONE OF HIS LAST OFFICIAL ACTS as commanding officer
of the Marine Barracks; 15th Naval District, Canal Zone, Col. Col.-onel
onel Col.-onel G. N. Carrol, USMC, received the commandants Cup for
the Marine Barracks, from Captain A. R. St. Angelo, USN, act acting
ing acting commandant of the 15th Naval District. The cup was for
the first place winner of the softball league In the district. Col.
Carrol will in turn award individual trophies to each member
of the Marine softball team at ceremonies to be held on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The Commandant's cup was presented to Col. Carrol by
Capt. St. Angelo at ceremonies held Thursday morning in the
offices of the Commandant Col. Carrol will be relieved by Col.
R. W. Wallace as commanding officer of the Marine Barracks
15ND early this month. (Official USN Photograph)

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Han
Jockay St.

1st Raee 6th Series Imp. 7 Fga. Purse $400
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Socorrito
2 Oyste?.
3 Fuerte
4 Cormorant
8. Carvajal 112
R. "Vasquez" lift
J. Phillips 105
F. Hidalgo 10S
B. Baeza 104
8 Moon Beam
Fellac
1 Ocala Miss
8 Amln Did!
9 Aman
A. Gonzales 106
E. Ortega 105
D. Cortez 108
A. Credidio 103
2nd Raee "E" Natives 7 Fgs.
2ND RACE OF
1 Don Grau
2 Daniel
3 Black Bee "'
4 Linda Susy
5 Chito
A. Vasquez 115
S.' Carvajal 112
J. Phillips 112
C. Ruiz 111
B. Baeza 108
Hernandez 102x
6 SOberano S
7 Toxic
8 Folletlto
. 9-rRabiblanco
H. Gustlnes 113
A. Credidio 108
G. Prescott 110
3rd Race Non-Winners Nat. 8 F.
ONE
1 tfapa G. Cruz 108
2 Royal Sweet E. Dario 112
3 Barilu A. Vasquez 116
4 Camargo B. Baeza 105
5 (Sideral J. Avila 115
6 (Guacamaya A. Gonza. 100
4th Race "G" Natives Fgs.
1 Presidente J. Phillips 108
2r-Redondlta B. Baeza 108
3 Damadura R. Vasquez 113
4 Pichoto A. Credidio 106
5 Certamen J. Rodriguez 110
6-Full Moon H. Gustlnes 106
7 Jachalin S. Carvajal 115
5th Race 'A and B" Nat. 7 F.
1 Riqui P. Hidalgo 106
2 Esteban B. Baeza 115
3Don Brigldo G. San. 115
4 (Tully Bar A. Vasquez 112
ft (Justina .. H. Gustlnes 106
Ith Race 5th Serle Imp. Fgs.
, FIRST RACE OF
.-Coronation Day S. Her. 103x
2 Hunters Horn G. San. 110
.'S-iJarramufio J. Phillips 115
4 Fieltro R. Vasquez 115
5 Empire Cross H. Gus. 110
i 6-JTenix J.. Rodriguez 110
7-Jleflector r. Gatica 113

7th Race 2nd and 3rd Sertet Imp..) ; 7 Furlongs
2ND RACK' OF. TOE. DOUBLE VII FAN AMERICAN ROAD
r IT V CONGRESS HANDICAP i

1 Opulento rWr.B. Baeza 410
2 cinUUatIdn-j R.'. Vas. 120
' 3 Erabrujada. -Rodri.' 104
GeraiarilO A, Vasquez 118
riJlosler : H. 1 Gustlnea' 105
' A GavUan QJ Sanchez li 5

th th Series Imp 7 Tn- ) Pane $4
. .,..-v4 v .. ..... .COCnELA
- ,.
1 fiftquest A. Vasquez 114 Rest, should help
3-Paquetito 3. ,Rodriguea 115 Layoff beneficial
.aJlostlgador, B. Baeza J 16 Form Indicates
4 Serabueno R. Vasquez 111 Getr stiff tent here i
5 Globe Trotter G. San, 108, Back la good form

th Race 3rd and 4th Sertef Imp.
. ONE
.1 King U. Gustlnes-113
2 Jal Ala! II A. Vasquez 118
3 CamberweQ B. Baeza 106
4 Distingo .. "D. Cortez 112
5 Dawn Song A. Credidio 112
6 (Gramina 8. Hernandez 109x
7 (El Fakir 5. Carvajal 108
8 Pappa Flynn J. Rodn. 110
- r. J

Cam mailt
Always disappoints
Form indicates
Bad legs hamper
4-1
2-1
$-1
4-1
8-1
, 80-1
15-1
Kan well la last
Dpends on start
Hopeless case
Has shown nothing 1 -.
Bad trailer in last
Excluded from betting
Purse $375
THE DOUBLE
Consistent performer
Racing to rest form,
Could make it now
Met interference.
Better each time out
Could be upsetter
, 3-1
4
an.
2-1
3-1
5-1
5-2
Seeks third straight
Strong effort in last
Not in best form
4-1
50-1
1
Parse $308
TWO
Ran well in debut
Royal Coup-Sweet Corn
Seems "sure thing"
Nothing to recommend
Improving steadily
Steadily worse
10-1
5-2
12
30-1
2-1
2-1
QUINIELA
Tougher group here
Could be upsetter
s Returns from layoff
Early speed only
-Long overdue
Could surprise'
Nothing to indicate
4- 1
5- 1
2-1
10-1
SVEN
10-1
30-1
Pone $500
, Fractious, washec. up
Shouldn't mis here
Razor sharp form
Sharpened for this one
Returns in top shape
50-1
1-2
3-1
Yl
2-1
Purse 8581
THE DOUBLE .'.
Early speed only
Could score again
Returns from susoensidn
Returnf from layoff
Dangerous contender
Form indicates
Weak effort jn last
13-1
3-1
4- 1
2-1
3-1
8-5
10-1
i-Nothing recently
f-Wjll fight it out
f Usually close up
-ShouWcore again
51
21
4-1
3-2
Always d agerous v
brilliant at times
3-1
5-2
81
3-1
2-1
21
8-8
-
TWO
t Fmrloagi
. t
Distance should kelp
Could go all the way
Has strong finish
Form indicates f
Now in-aml outer .' i
Distance handicipi
Would pay off
Excluded from 'betting
. ...
2-1
3-1
. 5-1
3-2
4-1
154
15-1
(frac
(tious

The Panama rCanal ZonerVFW

Teener AN-Stars battled' to a 1-1
tin .with an' All-Star team from U'
nion, N.J. m -their first Stateside
game which wos cauedi aner sev
en, innintrs because of darkness.
After a sea trip Desei ,win
folds, fever and seasickness plus
a trio to the nndge as guests of
the captain, the Panama team was
met in New Vorfc :by Ammirati,
Scott; and Mortis, three regulars
wno were vacauuning w r u c
States during the summer, k
The Union team collected five
hits off the offerings of Brian Lutr
and Chico Marfin while the Zone
boys garnered only: two hits off
three New Jersey pitchers.
KFrank ;Ammuat Panama, third
baseman, almost iced the game
in. the fifth' inning" with a -home
run. With a man on base he, lifted
i Jong fly to right which the N.J.
right fielder bagged justijwo feet
from tho fence
The boys move On now to Gibb Gibb-atown,
atown, Gibb-atown, N.J. for another exhibition
game there.
v.Tbe box score:
Panama Ab R H Ptf A
Chasin 2b 1 1
1
Corrlgan'2b ..... 1 0
0
0:
2
8
0
5
2
2
0
Vinas cf 3 u
Kulig ss .' 1 0
Ness lb -2" 0
Garcia rf 2 0
Morris c ......... 3 0
Ammirati 3b ..... 3 0
Scott If .......... 3 0
Lutz p 2 0
Martin p 10.

Totals ; 22, 1 2 2KJ1
'. Cniott-. -, y 'i.
Bottone 2b 1.10 2 2
Fostwack p 0 0 0 0 0
Kremp p, ss ..... 3 0 3 0 0
Chernosky lb .... 0 0 0 0 0
Braskln c 3 0 0 8 4
Hanewald, 3b .... 2 0 11 1
Hershkel lb 2 0 0 6 0
ScOtt Cf ......... 2 0 0 0 0
Vershllng c'f 1 0 0 1 0
Merten p, ss ..... 2 0 0 0 1
Eicholtz ss ,.... 0 0 0 0 0
Kruetler If .,...,'2 0 1 0 0
Gatoh If v 1 0.00 0
Christman rf 10 0 1 0
Zeiss rf 2 0 0 2 0
Totals 22 1 I 21 8

(Game played July 81 at Un
ion, JU.. UJSA.)
Panama
Union
! 100 000 01
100 000. 01
(Gam called after 7 innings
on account of darkness.
Fraley Continues
Protest Against
Amateur-Pro Bout
NEW YORK -(UP) Congress,
the governor of -.tht state of
Washington and the National Box Boxing
ing Boxing Assn. are on trial today in
the case of amateur boxer Fete
Rademacher.'
Rademacher la the Olympic
heavyweight champion. But Rade Rademacher,
macher, Rademacher, who is scheduled to fight
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson at Seattle on Aug. 22, is a
comparative novice Who never has
gone more than three rounds and
never had a professional bout.
He is a potential corpse.
Just as the nolica stop people
from destroying themselves,, so
with tht -evidence at hand lhould
those with the power Congress,
Washington's g overior or Abe
NBA step in and prevent this
dangerous luce. '., j
"I want- to 'get 'the fel of tne
good pro fight, Rademacher said
recently. j
Should tte Jtcluwi
He eould get It first hand today
from a man named Tommy Jack
son. Jackson had 35 pro fights be before
fore before he faced Patterson's sledging
fists Monday night Against' Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, a punishing puncher, he
was a hurah shock absorber
wnose kianeys collapsed in pain painful
ful painful protest
"Ihey tell mt I ean make $10. $10.-000
000 $10.-000 out of Uiu fifiht." said Rade
macher several weeks ago.
Ht might ask young Courchesne.
a veteran of 50 professional bouts.
how much that, money is worth
when you lie in a hospital bed i
fighting for your lift after a deli
cate Dram operation.
Courchesne t experience' didn't
save him in a fieht azainst'Bobbv
Bell last week
Rademacher Is, 29. a cart-time
amateur who didnl even make the
1952 Olympic team and whose vic
tory in 1956 was a distinct upset.
He can punch but ht is an. unpro unprotected
tected unprotected target for a man of Pat Pat-tesron's
tesron's Pat-tesron's punishing skills.
' U Killed Last Year
They taut of the possibility thst
he could win with one "'lucky"
punch. They forget tost Fitter ion,
for six years, daily has been
stodymg tht grim art of destroy destroying
ing destroying the man who stands ia front
of him.
Eleven men were kultd ia tht
ring last year;
Tea died ol Deaunis tht year
before.
In 1953 there were 22 men
slain just as surely as If they had
been battered with aa iron pipe A
Putting Hademacber in against
Patterson ia a disgrace even to a
bestial' industry which long has
mssQueraded as a snort If it coes
through, if may be tint, to outlaw
this bloody bjuness once again.'.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
St. Louis j
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Cincinnati '.
W L Pet.
61 40 .604
GB
6142
59 43
57 45
56 47
.592
1
6
r
J578
.559
Philadelphia 4
New York .
Pittsburgh 1
Chicago .
. 44 59
, 36 66
34 66
.427 18
' ( TODAY'S GAMES
'. Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
New -York at Cincinnati (2)
, Brooklyn at Milwaukee
Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 100 000 0427 10 0
Milwaukee 000 100 000--1 5 2
McDevitt, Roebuck (7 nd
Campanellar Burdette. McMa
hon (sr, Trowbridge (9) and
Crandall. WP: Roebuck,. 1(4-1)
LP: Burdetto (9-7). ,-.
n Philadelphia 100 000 0001 5 1
" CM- T AAA Ann ft, A M A
OSt, UUU UU VXAO u
ta; V. McDanlel, Muffett (6) and
Landrith. WP: V. McDanlel (6 (6-2).
2). (6-2). LP; Roberts (8-14). -
. (11 Innings)
New York. loO 000 030 015 11 0
Cinci. 030 010 000 004 15 0
Gomez, Monzant (2), Miller
(6). Crone (8), Constable (8),
Antonelll (9) and Thomas: Fow-
ler.fi Acker (8V Gross (9) Law-I
rence (8) ana Bailey. WP: Anto Antonelll
nelll Antonelll (11-11); LP: Lawrenw Cl-
8h HR's: Mays 2 fSl and 22),
fosi Antoneai (2).
Pittsburgh at Chicago
(.postponed, ain )
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Vew York
Chicago
Boston .
Cleveland
Detroit 'V
x-Baltimort
Washington
x-K. City .
67t S4 .flS
61 40 .6A4 6
56 46 .549 llU.
. 80 81 .495 17
.' 50 51' .495 17
, 48 83 .475 1
. 38 66 .365 30
30 03 .3Sfl 31 V
x-Night game not included.
TODAYS GAMES ; i
Detroit at Washington,
Kansas City at Baltimore
Cleveland at New York (2)
Chicago at Boston
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 000 100 020 3 9 0
New York 200 001 llx 5 11 0
Wynn, McLlsh (8) and Nixon;
Dltmar, Kucks (8), Grim (9) and
Berra. WP: Dltmar (8-1) LP:
Wynn (13-12). HR's: McDougald
ui), werta (1B),-Bauer (10).
Chicago 000 0012047 12 4
Boston 001 002 05x 8 11 1
Pierce, Howell (6), LaPalme
(8): Fischer (8). Derrinsrton (8)
and LoDsr; Brewer.' Fornleles
(7)Delock.(9), Susce ()( Stone
(9 and White. WP: i Fornleles
(6-10). LP: Howell ,(3-4)
' (17 Innlnra)
Detroit
000 001 100 000 000 103 15 4
Washington
200 000 000 000 000 114 13 t
Hoeft. Maas. (8). Sleater (8)
Byrd (9), Aber 16) and Wilson:
Kemmerer, Clevenser (7). Bycr
ry nor. Hyae (i). Abemathv (17)
and Fltzererald. WP: Abernathy
(2-9). LP: Aber (2-i). HR's: Ka
Vne (6), Sievers (30).
Baltimore at Kansas City -(N)
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Yanlts Up Lead To 6 Games;
Cardinals Take 1-Game Margin

" AMERICAN LEAGUE
NEW YORK. Auk. 3 (UP)
R.llef c BooGrim," whom
Casey Stengel calls the most
valuable cog in the New York
a. rriumDn maav wnn ne anurten
out ninth inning threat by the
Cleveland Indians to preserve a
5-3 victory.
Grim, making his 31st appear appearance
ance appearance of the season, and his sec second
ond second in as many days, throttled
the Indians in the ninth when
they put the potential tying
runs on oase witn none-out.'
BOSTON. Aug. 3 (UP) The
Boston Red Sox came up with
a five run .eighth inning 'orf
fpur Chicago hurlers to break a
3-all tie lor an 8-7 victory wnicn
dropped the second place White
Sox six full games back of the
oaee-settlnR Yankees today.
The unicagoans went aown
fighting as they scored four
runs in the ninth and left the
tying run on third.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP)
Roy Sievers set one record and
'.led another today when he wal walloper
loper walloper his 30th homer of the sea sea-soa
soa sea-soa and sixth In his last six
games to give the Washington
Senators a 4-3 victory over the
Detroit Tigers in a 17-inning
game that marked' the longest
game in the Majors this year.
Sievers -homer set a new
Washington club record. He now
has broken his own home run
mark for four straight years. It
also tied the American League
consecutive came record h e 1 d

House Questioning 'Drastic'

Powers Bert Sell Can Wield
Over National Football Loop
y TOM NILSON 4 j, including tht coavnlsslontr,f pew-
.Jj l; J ; l to govern th gamt.,

WASHINGTON (UP) oommis-i

toner duc uc iccu quauvuinucuio n tne ltagut wtdnttda

by Houst investigators today
about tht "drastic" powers he
can wield over the National Foot
ball League.
Bell .and Chicago sears rrest-
dent George S. Halts were called
, i .
as nnai witnesses in xiuusb auu auu-trust
trust auu-trust subcommittee'a hearings on
pro football operations.
Chairman Emanuel Oeller (D
N.Y.) said he wanted tot question
Bell about the "very; very drastic
provisions" in the league by laws
which Ceuer said give Bell pow
ers ranging from censorship ofi
radio and television to minority
to fix admission prices.
Celler praised Bell, who tesKl-
fid two davi last week, as "in
stinctively a man of honesty" b.ut
added that Bell won't, "be ground
CitM Tht "Danotr"
"Tht power he has in the 'hinds
of an. arbitrary.' selfish, grasiping
maiviauai wouia pe nigaiy (an (an-ssrnii
ssrnii (an-ssrnii Celler laid.
i t t i ti i j
, The subcommittee is considering
bills dealing with tht anti.- trust
status of pro' team sports. Base
ball is exempt from anti trust
laws. Football isn't. Bell has asked
for legislation to exempt from the
laws certain features of football

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Jointly by iten, Williams, of th'
1922 St. Louis Browns and. the
late Lou Gelitig, of the- 1931
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' NATIONAL LEACUI
' ST. LOUIS, Aug. 3 (UP) Tht
St. Louis Cardinals downed tht
Philadelphia1 Phillies 3-1 today and,
took a one game lead over Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee in the National. League
pennant race, 't
Nam McDaniel, the amazing ltV
year-old freshman, was not a a-round
round a-round at the finish but still, pick picked
ed picked up his sixth victory against
two losses. Tht Cards .hammered
out nine hits in the 98 degree
heat and handed Robin Roberts
his 14th loss against eight wins.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.r Aug. X
(UP) The .Brooklyn .Dodger
routed the Milwaukee Braves, 74,
after breaking up a 1-1 tie with
four runs in the eighth inning.
The Dodgers sent nine: men to
the plate in. the eighth inning to
end what had been a tight duel
between Milwaukee's Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette and two Dodger pitchers',
starter Danny McDevitt and Ed
Roebuck.
CINCINNATI, Aug 3 (UP)
Johnny Antonelii, the '. seventh
New' York pitcher of the game,
smashed his second, home run of
the season in the lltn inning to today
day today to give the New York Giants
a 5-4 victory oven the Cincinnati
Redlegs and snap their six -game
losing streak.
Antonelii, who took over for the
Giants after they tied the score
at' 4-4 on Wilhe Mays' two-run
eighth inning .homer, received
credit for his 11th triumph against

the same number of defeats.
Tht investigators htard tritf
from Creinhttun E. Mlllr. Umv,
tor the leaiM'a P1ir
tion which, has tried in vain to
jain recognition from owners.
rSi ,r sai(1 tne contract given an
NFL player ), a ieal monstrosity
which, makes the -commissioneti
decision in disputes between May Mayers
ers Mayers v and owners i "final, binding;
conclusive, and without further ap appeal,'?
peal,'? appeal,'? A- -.&T -:: y ..
Rattarman Alst Ttsflfltr
' Millr mmA : iIih .....uri i.
nave some voice in the selection
of the commissioner or else the
system should be chanted fh
game is run by a board with one,
member representing players v
George W. Ratterman, aupro
player for 10 years, told the ub ub-committee
committee ub-committee he had to pay a 81,200
fine to reioin the NFr. afr h
jumped from tht New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to play Canadian football
with the Monti ear Alouettes. s
Ratterman. who filed nlf in.
the dispute, said he told Belka
New Jersey Judge had said the
matter was a proper one foMhe foMhe-courts
courts foMhe-courts to settle.. Bell said he' did-,
n't care "what th judge said and 4
that Ratterman would havt to set
tle it through. Bell's office, which'
he finally did, Ratterman testified.
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:;ra NEW, YORCf-.(NEA) u. The

' -Tigers seemed to. tie--an- exciting

- outfit at tne Lakeland, ia train
'-'ing base'iast spniik. ,r

- Jack Tigh-, the tough talking

manager, nad aiincuity restrain restrain-j
j restrain-j ins himself when he sDoke of the

, first major, league club he was to

, handle You not tht idea that he
' felt aure not even the- Yankees
I iwere going 0' kick it around. -CJCu
. looked around. nd iw

I young fellows' tike Harvey Kuenn,
ti AI Volin Bill T.iltla K n Ir

I Tn li -li; t

Jlout, -rmu 'ciuiiiiiK, riiu uiit

.. and Billy- Hoeft; You remembered

" Yon Berra of the Yankees saying

V two years before, that "If I hadda

, picK a iuiure coampionsnip learn,
ititM be Detroit." j..

i"? ."But" here we: (we. right in Aug-

:". ust, and the Tigers are far off the
backset by iha YanI.ees and White

;J Mad duticuity ovying case nis,
'K There had" bcerf; talk !bt front of

lice grumDimg. so, you -expected

: man and freshman manager, teem-

'0'in WitlV rage and disapjpQint,njent.
? If fiHii? wrpritinsj" therefore

;to get- hlgply, optmis.wc report.
' ''Our' trouble t narrows down to
ii'tM heartbeat of the lub, Kuenn
" 'and. KaUne,S not ; hitting; says
5 f'Tighe. f '.The pitching has been-ex-
i cellent.' Kaline haa started ;to hit
' i: and we know Kuenn will, and we're

'jtoottiirforwra:..M the tintsn we
. made last yeafV. when we won 46

"'?'w4?fetttl tetter'off. than
' '"-we'were'a yeair .ago. Our paid at at-'
' at-' "tendance "at home date ts 870,'
000, or lopoo mote than last year.
. "Ka iuii k zit t. UnrH trip

'about "the failure of: the club' to
e- r'cUfnb higher.i As baseball 'man,

obrjny McHnie, .the general man
:ageli.-.know we are fortunate to
whern we are with Kuenn and

' Valine not .bitting; I wish syou'd
1 "i write that :we work tot great peo-

piei--Jonn r et2er, iiarvey tianson
and Fred Knorr, the new owners."

: RUnnt wno uppra nil nvemge
. "to .332 last season,, is the deepest
uwle. to tighe.- v-' .,
.'W-can't see that' he Js doing
, -anything, different at the plate,'

Jack Tighe

explains the boss, man. "The hits
simply have nut dropped fori 'hub.
VKuenn stvUched to third base

because he is. avbic fellow who

lacks range at shortstop and we
figured the move might help his
hitting. But it didn't, and .when
Ronnie Samford failed to hit as
the shortstop, we had to get Keno
Bertoia's bat back into the order
as the third baseman.- v -,
"Kaline tayd in his slump for

a month ana n nair Because ne
has not been around long enough

to know how to get cut oi one.;, in instead
stead instead of sticking with his natural

timing and .rhythm.- he fooled

round until eveiy thing was. out of

whack." - i
But Jack Tigher. brighter, days

wnen me ft. oys once more sirute
against the other side, instead of

being a strike on the Tigers. As

a' matterrof fact, they nave been

two strikes on the Tigers.
. All the Battling Bengals, ne?d is

a lasuer tv-rauon ,v

Alumni Lose
Again; Keep
3-Game Lead

- STANDINGS '
Atlantic Basketball bguf

vv l rcr.
9 4 .692
' 7 .461
wf6 7 .461
, 5 8 .385

WEDNESDAY'S RESULT!

CristobaT ti5 Alumni 60

Alumni

Cristobal

Powells i
Working Boyr

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MONDAY'S GAMES
Alumni vs Working Boys i
Cristobal vi Powtlls -' i
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For the first time this year the

league" -' leading' Alumni : quintet
dropped their seond game in a
row, this time a 65 to 60 decision

to Cristobal, but the loss did m

tie damage to their drive towards

a 1957 championship.' As a' matter

of fact, the Alumm actually mov moved'
ed' moved' a bit closer to cinchine the ti

tie. for i the three game lead,

which they still bold, is stronger
.with only five" playing dates- left

on the caedule. The Alumni de

feat was offset- by Powell's- hav

ing dropped, the opening game by

a 55 to 54 -count to. tne cellar
dwelling Working Boyj.

... ?

OUT OF DOORS with

- f-CDNFUSED DOG ISN'T MAD
M r.v.-...-..?-v-" ,', ... ,. ; -'
Thi is mad doc: season not ne-

Aessarily the time:.when dogs be-

come rabid, but- the period when
; J '.every dog that is drooling (.-.slob-
i.. Avl M r Iran -liAif la MienaAlflil

- .lift, u.ut 1 1. v .U UH.1VV vu
' of being mad deakr-of-death.v:1 ;
i Poor creatures that may be lost
in ji scene of traffic and confusion
Hperhapt Phased by-ignorant vie vie-'
' vie-' tims of fear are harassed to a

l condition Whera, in panic or ds ds-vHress,
vHress, ds-vHress, they arei driven to protect
t themselves the- only way they
know. :". v-,..-,v.:
v Even police- officers, who; should
be conditioned to the chance, mis misfortunes
fortunes misfortunes of dogs, seem more ln-
clined to draw their six-shooters
; than establish stability and a cool,
iaensible plan. if operation.- rM.
1 'Many dogs 'seen panting and
drooling -jr'fojminf at the mouth
. axa in-o trouble at all. Others

may be lost or confused In

strange neighborhood. They want

nothing but to be left alone or. In

the case of the latter, befriended

In order to locate their owners,

Though aery lately rabid, ogs
may be encountered, it is best for

the, inexperienced, to avoid tnem
and let experienced people secure
th poor creatures for examina

tion, i, .; ( (.

There are a million -doe bites.

from scratches to the real article
for every bite by a rabid animal.

Eevry : dog that ; bitea anyone
should be under observation for

the required time (a dog capable
of transmitting rabies will die with within
in within hours of tho time of biting).
Never lose truck of a' strange do
or: a dog encountered away from
home, until it Is established that
it is alive and healthy a week aft-1
er the'biting. '.
ianSSSSnESEBBBRHtH

Once more attendance at the

Margarita gym was off and again
the small crowd witnessed a pair
of hair-raising thrillers The Work

ing Boys once more- behind the
explosive, scoring -power of Isaac
Peltynovitch who nit the nets ". to
ih tune of 33 points, fought -nip

and tuck, with Powells right down
to the final 20. seconds of play

when the ; winning, z-pointer was

madew?:.-t M&!'M'?&'nr-''r
The bulk of the Working Boys'

scoring came from two players

with curt jeimes lenmng reity
novitch a hand with a 13 point ef

fort. The other three players, for

the working oys ueiaea oniy
five.' accounted' for the other nine.

iBilly 'Gibson,, who led Powells m
1 ast Monday's victory, was high

man for the losers with n.. while

brother Noel scored 14. to jbring

his season total uo to 212. The,

Powells loss dropped the latter

into a two-way tie for ., second

place. ;'
With- the oppbrtunity of vfrtuaJ-

ly sewing up the 1957- Champion-

snip, the Aiutnni uook uie uoor
against Cristobal- in-the nightcap.

Thev received the shock of their

liyejs as vtheryoung Cristobal five

hammered ; away t through-: lour

gruelling quarters and nad enougn
left in reserve to hold on to. a 65

to. 60 decision. .y-r-K .-, ;

With McPhersott again pacing

the offensive with 25 points and
Rock adding 19, the Cristobal quin

tet moved out in rrom towaras
th end of the third Quarter and

when that stabzar ended they led
49 to 48. Both teams matched point

for point until the waning minutes,

of the garnet when Cristobal eas

ed out to victory. "'s

John Hatei led the Alumni loi-

ing effort with It point, bringing
his season totsi up to 219. 7 point

over Noel Gibson. . w

n

1 U$ArCarib' Pitoli'SqtiM:

iiaves To Participate )Ji

National Pklol Matches

I 'tne' U.S. Army Caribbean elcht

MllM'ftl.fnl .A,,. '1 ' J

111 11 1. niuiu 1C1L VBR.Hr RV

from Howard Air Fore Basa. Fori

Kobbe,. for Camp Perry, Ohio.

where they' will take part in the

National. Pistql Matchea scheduled

AUgUSt H-X7. i
Headed by C!jpt. Donald Barger,
534th Military Folic Comnanv. Ft.

Clayton, the pistol marksmen have
been nracticiiif dailv t th Fort

uayton pistol range in preparaiion

w mw nauanu maicnes.a ikh- rt
Meanwhile, the command's rifl

squad will compete aeainst Canal

Aonw marKsmcn in a rule match
Scheduled Saturday J and- Sunday

lAugusi anu ) at. t-mpire range.

itfitind Sports j

MARGARITA "C" LEAGUE

DOWNS BALSOA CAGERS

' ' i -L. -'' "i- t i- c!,;,Kii,'iVH' -marganiai "c "; Lague: played
A THE PRACTICE TEE 'USAllCrABir-g(lf.'Ch4mp, $fc Dick Ooocfnian ; Instructs. iBUty host to. the Balboa "CV ; League

om "PProvedby t-a.
tiohal Blfle Association and ishei
ingKpQnsbred by the Balboa .Gu
vlUD.. .;;.: j ( r,rr.
The pistol sc;Uad Irft todayTesi
one team member who. accorfma.

nied them to Fort Bennin fin

Russ of FCrt Amador in the fine art' of 'hitting the' perfect .tee; shotv coif esson are among
the many classes given during Fort'.. Arhadot's Summer K?iirea;tlon program.' Studenti- irti the

rear

Basketball Team, on Tuesday morn

uig ai aiargAma uymi

r are (1-r): Larry Dial, Yank Kdwati" Peter JSchoomacliei.' ftnd IWchard" lvelac; -;Y -r : This! .waa iMargarita's ;fifth iri-
' - .' 1 'U'VV 'i '",(U.S,Armyh6&Ki"-1 terplayground basketba-. g a m e
' '" :il'fl'"1 ' , i u ..it) this summer, aqd by coasting to

- -m -wr'.'-; .t 1 Vj 'TliTl i -'w v an ea,y 30 22 victory en Tues-
9 ill i n ri f aV r-b&"' JVhhl lr13-MW W Vtnrt1 dy. Y Orange; and Green

ta it Ait stA'Puz 'Stettin t; a

, Bjd jlMMYjBRESUN

, NEW. YORK -(NEA) When

Frank Poterai got back to Mara

caibo, Venezuela last year with
his Little, League : tm which h,ad
just lost out in its bid for a World
Series berth at WJliamsport, he
began, collecting money Jior a 'te-

lurn year.
"We ran' a 'Verbena you call
it a bazaar hcre--along with bin bin-so
so bin-so and my wife. ,! Louise, arid I

went around collecting donations

all year. We raised $8,500 and here
we Are again,'? he was saying at-

Rdckville Centre, ci. y.j wnere ms
Stat of ZuUa AlfStars began the

tournament play which they hoped

would lead to wiinamspon.

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Cristobal-' BalWia

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Cuba Victory. .. Aug.
Santa Elisa .. Aug.
Santa Mercedes. An?,

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But afttr a, year 0? hard work,
Potef at nearly found- himself with without'
out' without' a team.. Seems he took them to
Yankee Stadium on their first day
in and the kids,: finding 20-cent hot

dogs, an (Spjoyabi e x p e j 1 e n c
nearly ate themseive out. of sat
tournament. : v ..-;'.':

"Wegot back to our : quarter

at the Bockvuie centre necreauon
Center1 that night," Poteraj says,
"and. half the kids were .wr.all

our and one record for the aea-

Both teams'' started out playing

biuw neuoerne time, ana me

first quarter ended a 4 to 4 score'.

. ... ; m I v 0.uiiu Hua.ivri Viuvcu- Aatni.

night with stomach -aches. We had Fred Battalia of West Scrantbn, score a ooint and MarsaHta-'mov.

a game to play the next day, toor" r.,' makes out a strong case for ed with a fast attack.. dIus a aeor

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QUESTiON: (GU' Hodges; beefed

In St. Louiy the other night, The

question was wneuier Home L,an L,an-drith
drith L,an-drith had legally caught the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn first baseman's foul-trp third
strike for the- final oufc5 What wai
this about Herman Delaney,:
. 1 .-' A. pi v v
' Answur:1 Umpire '"' Tony Vernon
rulad that the ball hit tha catch catcher'
er' catcher' glove, bounced off hit mask,
tbtn attld Ik tr glove.. Had the
baHl ,hir the catcher' mask first.

nte carcn wouia not mvi .Mn
llenrad.-'f ; v
; Qi -With two' out and men on
first and second bases, the batter
hita .safeh The man on second
base scores, but the man on first is
thrown! out t the nlate. The um

pire rules that the brtter failed to
touch first base and calls the third
out. Dees the run: count, la it pos possible
sible possible for a fourth out to take pre precedence
cedence precedence after, a supposed third out
is recorded--; HUborn Armstrong.
A. N run cn fc scored -sine
the batfor ropratonted the -third j
wt bofor reaching first base safe-j

ly. Thoro 4s- no Ucn thing at a
fourth eut. f-V -v"'
... -v -.;
Q. In softball, there -are three
balls and. two strikes, on Jhe bat batter,
ter, batter, A foul tip is missed bv the
catcher. ,Tbe ball ricochets off the
umpire's.- shoulder and is caught

by tne eatcnei ueiore sinning uie
ground. Is. tin batter, out Wayne
F -Griffith. v -, ',;-
A. No. Th barter contimn with
the.-cewnt thro end two.
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WASHINGfON aT -Woe
Brack, rehef pitching bUta-ot the
1952 Brooklyn Dodge ra -was
signed as a free agent Thorsday
by the' 'as!icton-. Senators' on

i th recemmendation oi front -Office
tpeclalivt -Ctuck. 'Drtssen.
I The Senators oropped Jim Hetse

to their Cnauaoooga farm club
ia the : Southern Association tp
make room-lor Black.
CLEVELAND (IP) Catcher
Dick Brow. Herb Score's bat bat-terymate
terymate bat-terymate at Lake- Worth, Fla.
High School, was optioned by the
Cleveland Indian today to Mo Mobile
bile Mobile ii the Southern AssociaUon.
The: Indian hd brongbt up
Brown from Omaha in the Ameri American
can American Association on June 20. j

Luckily. De-vey, Smith.. -the tonly

non-Venezuelan on the team he's
from Texas originally w-knew bow
to handle the situation,, both, at
the hot dog ana pitching level,. He
gave up only three hits, as the
South Amenrtns won. the?., initial

start.
Poteraj, 34-yeir-old oil company
accountant from Perth Amboy, N.

J.; founded LHue League in Ma Ma-racaibo.
racaibo. Ma-racaibo. when h took; ; Job, -with

an 011 company mere.

" At aboot !th tim the" little
League officials- at Williansport,

Pa., were starting to taut aoout

how easily this year's substitution

rule worked out,;, the mails be became
came became loaded with complaints and

questions about it. ;

Seems managers became Used tqJ

the idea that once a boy is taKen
out of the game he. i allowed to

re-enter once, with the- only res

triction being a pitcher must go

to another. -position and anybody
taken out can't go back in before

his turn at bat. : r.tb-u
, But this rule is not in effect. dur during
ing during -tournament play and with sec-

iionai iourney.1 nuw ujiuu waj,
it's causing -argumentsi
The substitution rule incidental incidentally,
ly, incidentally, may become a part of high
school and intercollegiate rules
next year. ',

':. The regional tournaments are
set for Aug. IS, 16 and 17 at Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, San Francisco, Chicago and
Kockville Centre, which will han handle
dle handle the East.-State championships
will be on Auj. 91. 3 :

the talent oi Prul J. Dennebaunt, of 12 points: so the half ended with

jr.-wno i iinisnmij ms.,afth sea- a scored ltt for Mergarita and
son as a Little Leaguer. Denne- 4-for Balboaf. fc.,;..
baum. pitches, catches play short- Jn the third quarter both teams

oiuu urn me uiuusm nu m "? a scored, hecause of loose iplay with
crackerjacK hitting record hehmd the substitutes taking over at this
mn. , ... : poiht. j;
, This, year, he. s bMUhgJW and Jtathgeber, Balboa's Ace, icorr
has six homers in the eight games ed 8 points in the final quarter,
he s Played so Jar.Last year, he to lead his team in scoring with
had 18 for J8, including two grand 14. points. Bill Will and Waiter
siams. - v Kleefkins, scored 9 points and .8
He also is (the junior quoits poiotSi respeciiyelX ; for, tji Jtfir-
champion of -West Scranton and garita Five ', -. Ti
?J4AB;stS:,8t,-l"? in Both -teams will be, playihl
the Biddy a,id Midge Basketball gahv 5 the. Sliination JownV
League programs. WtJUW.im.rtffl!

Bruton .Foces Test; mmm
To Be Disc Jockey ISS5

morrow Morning .BiwijtoiiJaiaKai a
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MILWAUICEH. Wis. fUP)-iBinv W JslMUaarU '.".wi tvt3 tl tlfi

Rf itfrtW thfl Hti?liAtilrAA Xk" w a 'a nW it a nlfin ''i f' t ft m ft "ri

regular' center fielder who is cur :Jl Williams .ui'v itt ( ."

renuy on the National League dis- J. Cronarr a t. ; i ; ; ;: :''4

aDiea 11st,- got set to face a new W.Klfkiri8'rW flr ; ;fj

career cnsueie icuay me micro-1 J wainio .' n n n

fastest in -he- majors when he's l.T-TW" .LVf

runnincr uili wjllr nn rntr in- i .. IaiDO

to a radio 'station! annourer's B.'Enrtlkfe M".'::

booth- early Suday morning to belRathgebef

He la- SgtTEmil w.' Heugattertth
was retatned at Fort -Benningaa
'ftHeWber of 1he All-Army' RfflJ
nd Pistol sq-iad. He wiUVihti-a-gainst
his; former'- teammaretf al ?
Cmp -Perry.' '".
Members of the pistol squa'4 are
Captk Barger,- M-Sgt. Watter EA
&g& ff1?;. 9("f AAA h.
M-Sgt. Gefali Stocifmart.'HtKJCo.i
2nd BhvvZOth, Infantry; and Mgt. : :
Gerald stokes; Co, G, 20tb' In
fantry. i , r
Othersi iara SPC. H6btrt 'n
Moats,. Co. M, 20th Infantry Fori
"iW J- Hauser,-Hqi
Co., 20th Infantry; Sp3 Petcri-C,
SSS Hq Wtry- 903rd AAA Bnl

iniantry. '
.Entrie? cloned at t:00 p.m; last
nigbfior the rifle match at Empire
range ,thi wtekena.
J Firers. on Saturday will pfaeTSct. A
from 7.00 a.m. until ll:0ff i.m.
The record matches begin afrr00
,m, Sunday. r
. Scheduled for competitor Sun
day are. Match, Nr. i;0- rounds
slow fire standing ,at 20ft' yards
(posiblfi .l00 points). Matcfl-Nr.-2,
two atring of 10 rounds sustained
fire; standing to sitting or kneehn
Jt 200 yards (possible 100 points);
Match Nr. 3, two strings of i
rounds each sustained fire; stand,
Ing to prone -at 300 yards (pos (pos-aible
aible (pos-aible 100 points); :ind .Match ,Nr
4, 20 rounds slow fir nmn. kt enn

yards (possible too points). -'

. maicn rvr. an aggregate oft
the first four matches. Mereham
dtse prizes win be awarded to the the-first
first the-first and second place -wmneri-isn-each
match. -, s-,
;i"T,J? ntt ll-man rifle squad of
the U.S. Army Caribbean ha been
entered in. all four matches. V.'n
The rifle squad -will dertftrt -fork
the United State Aiirtist 2titnm :

pete in the National Bifle Mafchei. c

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G L A S S I F IE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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' Houses Apartments

'. FOR RENT nw chalet.
"Coma Alegre." 2 bedrooms, living-dining
Mem. perch, het wa ware
re ware installation. Call 2 2648.
2-761 U
HOUSE fOR RENT: Available
Sept. 1 J. Cece del Mar taction.
Wall kept, fenced-in grounds,
modern, comfortable, cool, three
bedreema, etudy room, I hatha,
service room. Call 3-6090. Visit Visit-big
big Visit-big arrangement.
FOR RENT; A beautiful 2-bed-foeM
chalet recently painted, am ample
ple ample porch, servant' quarters, ga garage
rage garage and laundry. First Street,
arojil Ne. 19. Call telephone
2-3206.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
Beach Houae. Phone, Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.

Graham s Fund-Raising Trick
Works-Even Billy Contributes

NEW YORK (UP) Billy
.Graham set a good-natured tra'p
to obtain extra monetary offerings
frdm-his- Madison Square Garden
audience Thursday night, then got
caught in the trap himself.
,. The evangelist told an overflow
'.crowd of 19,000 persons (that "the
members of the crusade commit
tee are getting that little worried
look on their faces again so I'm
going to: ask you for money
agaifi."V
He asked all persons in the au au-.
. au-. dience who had checking accounts
to raise their hands and keep
them up. Hands shot up all around
the huee ojral-shaied Garden.
"Now," iGraham grinned, "I
want you ushers to hand all these
npnnU blank checks." The ushers
did sas they were told and every
one had a good laugn as tney duti dutifully
fully dutifully filled in the blank spaces on
their checks.
While Graham smiled his ap approval,
proval, approval, an enterprising u s h e r
walked right up to the rostrum
and handed the evangelist a check.
' And while everybody had another
good laugn, uranam signed on tne
! rlntted line. too.
i Graham explained that H costs
' thsr executive committee more
'thljT $75,000 weekly to run his
: New York crusade. By the time
' the s crusade closes Aug. 10, it
'wilt have cost more than a mil million
lion million dollars.
Graham said in his sermon' that
Americans have "heard the voic-
ies-of the diplomats, the historians
I and the philosophers long-enough
land-it's high time we listened to
iGd.H

Free-Swinging Democrats Toss
Verbal Punches At Ike, GOP

J Washington (up) House
j Democrats Thursday engaged in

fa free-swLiging attack on Presi President
dent President Eisenhower in particular and
'the Republican Party generally.
. J In tne latest illustration of their
increased willingness to take on
;th politically-popular President,

Jtev toss verbal punches at Eisen Eisen-i
i Eisen-i j bower for everything from the
(administration's fiscal policies to
the appointment of Maxwell H.
Gluck .is ambassador to Ceylon,
j The" Democratic outburst was
'provoked by a 40-page brochure
. Ibeaxtina of the "republican rec-

. lord of accomplishments by Ex

ecutive Department 1953-57." It
(wSs prepared by the Republican

' jgressmea to defend the adminis adminis-.
. adminis-. Ilratum record back home.
I Itep. Henry S. Reuss (D-Wls),
Who ssid be bes the top average
lamong Democrats for supporting
lEisenbower said tbe President
Isisoold do more to support his own
Iprjograms, such as school con-

istrucuaa and uie natural gas dul
Domeerets Cbuekle
1 wish Iks would support Ike
re often, Reuss said amid
Democratic chuckles.
Km. JaKh. Tl Dinpull n.Uirht

. Waid he was "a little t shamed"

'to find himeLr supporting Eisen-
Wwet so on. Bu he said the

Presvdent sbm frcm side to side
la 'any controversy so that in
many cases where "I assumed I
Ws ewoeiug the President .
stoublo-er oss d me and
kfcaaged his pociliOB to the one I
pswerteat"
Rep. Let Veteslf (D Wyo) at-
laftlrakjl tWm ammuro.tiea'. mli
ei.eac -vaaer isjsnaaaru tiuvei e vu'
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f.TvmlK'si black hook.7'
. tv Ftuk IL, aUrstea (D Mo)

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jus built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 Bedrooms, bet. cold water.
Phone Panama 1-4941.

FOR RENTs Spacloua two-bed-ream
unfurnished apartment In
fine reaidential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on the main highway, cor corner
ner corner of 11th St., Parque Lafevre,
Call 3481 4.
FOR RENT: Furnished" apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living and
dining room, porch, etc. 45th St.
Ne. 2-113.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary, For
information phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT. Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining room,
perch, hot water,' ma id 'i room,
garage. Bella Vista, Colombia St. St.-No.
No. St.-No. 44-17. Inquire aama build building.
ing. building. FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bad-room
apartment in excluaive res residential
idential residential section. For information
and appointment call Panama
3-1650 during office hours or
Panama 3-2608 after office
hours.
More people should read and
study the Bible, the North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Baptist minister said, be because
cause because "today we hear the cry all
over the Christian world, 'Back
to Christ, back to Christ,' but I
want to know is what Christ are
we going back to?"
"Secret Christians," Graham
said, let their' neighbors see the
outward side of "their characters
by going to church regularly "and
letting your friends look at you,
but get away to a convention .d I
you pick up a pitchfork."
"Maybe some of you think I'm
a raving maniac because I preach
that Christ took the way of the
cross to sav you." Graham said
"The cross, has come down
through the centuries to pass its
judgment on men. and when it
tells us we re sinners we resent
it, we cringe, we melt away. .
"In a great city like New York,
with its neglect of the poor,
indulgence of the rich, its grow growing
ing growing race problem, the people find
it uncomfortable to follow the
cross."
In calling for "decisions for
Christ," Graham assured his au audience1
dience1 audience1 that "you dont have to
understanding everything in the
Bible to know you want to give
your life to Christ." w
"I've been studying the Bible
for 20 years and I don't cully
understand it," he said.
The 490 persons who recorded
"decisions" brought Graham's
New York total to 41.191. Attend
ance so far at his sermons has
totalled 1,311,600.
said the administration "doesn't
need fiscal brains" to handle the
nation's affairs "It can operate
on wind and noise."
OOP Makes Reply
House GOP Leader Joseph W.
Martin Jr. (Mass) told tbe Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, "You are not going to get
anywhere with these false at attacks
tacks attacks on the character, integrity
and honesty of the President of
tne United States.
Rep Elford A. Cederberg (R-
Mich) ?i;d that Republican pros
perity was "too much" for the
Democrats. "But you might as
well get used to it," he said.
"because it's going to be here for
a long time inless the people are
stupid enough to vote in tne Dcra
ocrats.'
Rep. George S. Long (D-La)
told the House that be was
"around in tbe Hoover days" and
the Democrats "bfiiled out" tbe
country and pui "the two chick-J
ens in the pot mat the Repub
licans had promised. "What you
are enMvinz, be sid. "is a car
ryover from Democratic admin
istrations.
Film On Israel
. DIL.. 1D
At DCIDOQ JVYD
A special film to be shown on
Mooda at tbe USOJWB Armed
Forces Servics Center in Balboa,
will feature a new color film, "Is "Israel
rael "Israel 1957, Nine Years of Indepen Independence,"
dence," Independence," shown several color films
o other countries of tbe Near
East lraa. Turkey, and India, a
nart nf th srnrlit -i.mntl td in.
;
14 Republic' of Panama arel
iavited. ; I
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I ?f 7J. PUB AGENTS OB OU OFFICES AT 13-H -if amtrjclr. PANAMJU-

mSSfSFSWEZgi f'f" ) CA8A ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUBDLS

FABMACIA LUX 18S Central 15 XSA 5 J ."T.r"2Sl

the! BdtatahMteef
t 1 I
Automobiles
FOR SAL! i 1956 Dodge Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop Coronet. Phone Navy 3231,
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson
Commodore, $200. Phone Balboa
2-1461.
FOR SALE: 1 957 Opel automo automo-bila,
bila, automo-bila, two doors, 3 months use,
2000 miles, $1400. Telephone
3-3291, 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1 94S DeSoro 5"
passenger coupe, radio, OKCallcnt
condition. Call Navy 3663.
FOR SALE; 1949 Dodge 2-dr..
metallic green with radio, all
other accessories, good tiros. Call
4-596.
FOR SALE '52 Mercury Mon.
terey Hardtop, new tires, battery.
Best offer over $900. Refrigera Refrigerator,
tor, Refrigerator, sewing machine, metal beds.
Balboa 4469. ;
FOR SALE. 1957 Station Wag-,
on Country Club Ford, 4 doors,
20 daya use, 1000 milea $3400.
Telephone 3-3291. 3-2622.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge, top
shape. Must sell this week. Any
reasonable offer accepted, 5341 5341-D,
D, 5341-D, Davis Street, Diablo. Phono
Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 6 cylinder, 6 6-passenajer.
passenajer. 6-passenajer. Cartop carrier and ex extras,
tras, extras, $1300. Phone 3-2387.
8 1 02-B, Margarita
FOR SALE: 1953 owner driven
Morris 4-door sedan, duty paid.
Only $500. See at Household Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, 41 Auto Row.
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Skippers Movers
Phones 2 -2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding ft Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phoee 2-2451
ar by appolntmeat.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
' Gibraltar f..lfe Ins. Co.
for rates' and Information
TeL Panama 2-0531
. YOU PEFT HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, cellous cellous-acs,
acs, cellous-acs, Ingrown toe nails, foot mas-
"'fiervices "SCHOLL'S "SCHOLL'S-Products
Products "SCHOLL'S-Products J. Axosemena Ava. 11-4M
Tel. 3-2211
new canon
tSAsaosiAav
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
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Pops, Oldies Sun
At JVVB Dance
Sunday night i at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa, a new form of entertain
ment will be featured. Tbe latest
hit parade tunes, the old senti
mental songs, any tune one wish wishes,
es, wishes, will be played at the concert
grand lor dancing or tor group
singing in the foyer and foun fountain
tain fountain room. Soft lights, soft music,
friendly girls, refreshments. Ail
members of the Armed Forces are
invited to attend.
Heed This Hobo
CHICAGO, Aug. t CUP)-i. fien
Benson, 73, ejected "king of the
hoboes' six tL-cef. gsve the rea reasons
sons reasons for his political" ; success
and loneevitT. "I stay away from
women, whUky and steady Jobs,"
bo said.
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Transit Twins
CHICAGO. Act S (CD Pas
sengers 00 local traasit lines aren't
neceye'rUy off tbeir trolley if they
' T! "-.!
sit Auy" MyVn h fouVVu
of twias oa its payroll. I
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SERVICES
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Marcado El Ray, off era
efficient : filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phono
3-3416. r
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bane, Trans-lsth-i
mian Highway near Sears.
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internaclenal "Pla "Pla-aa
aa "Pla-aa S do Mayo.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Finca f Monte Lin Lin-do,"
do," Lin-do," Cerro Campana, 1 1 057 me meters,
ters, meters, altitude 2900 ft., 46 miles
from C.Z., 700 ft. graded road,
350 ft. asphalt surface, one
amall cabin, 3 level building
aites, year-round flowing well.
Price 32c. per meter. Box 596,
Ft. Amador, C.Z. .. ; .v
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Atfer a recent orer of record-
smashing in the United Kingdom,
it was' as healthv e .a cold water
(douche following a champagne par
ty i onave i Miepnera, of
Britain's Atomic Energy Estab-
usmneui, reporung mat we cannot
yet reach the moon.
. We may curently beat all Eu
rope on wheels, and all the world
on foot and in the air, but tbe
moon just smiles. Shepherd is well
pnmeu wun iscis. Apan rrora nis
atomic eminence, he is a leading
member of the British Interplane
tary society; ana wben he calcu
lates that a rocket capable of land
ing 200 pounds (90 kilograms) of
instruments on the moon would
need to weigh 100 tons, wsi must
concede he knows what ho is talk
ing aDout. ne adds that no power powerful
ful powerful enough propellent yet exists
that would, deliver it and men to
tne moon a surface and brine- thnm
uacK.
ON THE CINDER TRACK
AND N THE AIR
So let us temporarily eivm nn
crying for the moon and ennsnlo
ourselves with the presence in our
midst of pilot R. P. Beamont,
probably the world's fastest man
in me air, and G. D. Ibbotson, the
v iu laoicBi uiuer on ma Tfer.
In a recent wonderful week of
rtcords it was the essentially hu human
man human side of Yofkshiremaa Ibbot Ibbot-son's
son's Ibbot-son's achievement that gained for
mm even nigger headlines than
tne amazing English Electric P.l,
ngnter aircraft, beater of the
world's high speed record. Ibbot-
sons wue, nerself a sportswoman
who has run a mile in under five
minutes, was at London whita
City Stadium with their five-weeks-
oia aaugnter when he broke the
tape In th world-record time of 3
minutes 57.2 seconds, or 4-5 sec-
onas raster than the 1954 record
set up Dy Australian j, m. Lan
ay.
R. G. Bannister, the wnrlH'i
four-minute miler. has i
jus he believes Ibbotson can run
a miie in three minutes 55 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Being a doctor, though, he
warns that there must be an ab
solute umii to tnis sort of record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking until we breed a Mum an
being more greyhound than man.
On the other, hand, there seems
no limit to speed in the air. When
Press men were the nrriM. H..
.howJ! 0,6 prototype of the Royal
Air Force's newest fighter the
English Electric P.l. it was
disclosed that it has already ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the world speed record of
1,132 miles (1,821.773 kilometers)
per hour, set up last year by Brit Britain
ain Britain Fairey Delta II research air aircraft.
craft. aircraft. R. P. Beamont th. fir.'.
-kiw . ""
i P'lot, was at the con controls,
trols, controls, and the aircraft was still
accelerating wnen he throttled
uacK. 1M r.ll feat haa Hoon
cuievea at an early stage in iu
avww OS
uxrcivumeai some months be before
fore before it will enter R A F. service.
- MORE RECORDS
-Ibbotson, then, overshadowed the
P.L JUSt as th P i ...
other interesting record this month
-that of Sergeant J. S.. William Williamson
son Williamson in actuallv rlimhino rr inn
feet (S.260 meters) in a pliiW
eJn released: by a towplane
v mi meters) over
Lasham airfield ia the English
county of Hampshire. The
United Kingdom record, set up
in 1955. was 22.800 feet f 850
ters). f ,
To round off the sam e splendid
July week we bad Stir line hi
perhaps Britain's most famous in-
ieTanonai car-raciag driver, a-
caieviDg ma me s afflbitma by win winning
ning winning the 1957 Grand Prix d Eu Europe
rope Europe ia a British car the VanwaU
in ea of the most masterly dis
plays oc anving uat evea he has
given. Against some of the best
European opposition. Moss brought
bis car borne oa the Aintree
cours-, rt;r Liverpool, In ths fh-st
r-.-A t.;- k f.:,.:,
iua mji u eu.u a a lav wun bj v suiiljii.ii
for .-y year,. It was 'regarded!
as a supremo soomeat, too, for U.

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.. FOR SALE: Four-poster baH,
complete; 9x12 wool rug,, floral
design; 9' refrigerator,' 25-cyclo.
Balboa 2-1782.
FOR SALE: -s- 2liin. CE T.V.
console model 1956, 25 or 60-
cycle $165; two Hollywood beda
. with innerspring -mattresses $35
ach. Call Navy 3663.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS BARGES FOR SALE.
Sealed bios, for opening in pub
lici will be received until 10:30
a.m. August 1 6, 1 957, in the of office
fice office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for Lighter Barge'
No. 2; Dump Barge, M. S. H.
116 and Barge, U. S. Ne. 204,
located at the Dredging Diviaion,
Gamboe. Arrangements for in in-apaction
apaction in-apaction may be made by con-.
- tacting Mr, G. D. Gregory, tele telephone
phone telephone 6-341. 'Invitation No. S-57-350
may be obtained from
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1086.
.
A. Vandervell. whose brilliant de
sign has established Britain's cars
again in the forefront of interna
tional racing.
Not all recent achievements have
been of the hamraisine variety,
Quietly but happily, the tourist
organization nave been breaking
records, too. According to the
British Travel and Holidays Asso
ciation, tne unnea mngaom wel welcomed
comed welcomed 322,000 overseas visitors in
the first five months of this vear
three per cent more than in the
same period in 1956, which was
aiso a record year.
Among the many Commonwealth
guests was one who herself contri
buted to a sporting record. Ser
geant Yvonne Cousins,. from Pen-
ticton, witish Columbia,, compet
ing in tne iNauonai Kffle Associa
tion meeting at the Bislev ranees
was the 'only woman in a record
tie of 16 competitors scored the
maximum of 10 bulls at 200
yards: she was ODoosed bv 97j
marxsmen. includine some of. th
common wealth's best shots. Anoth
er of the 16 was also Canadian
bergeant G. A. Marshall, of the
strong Royal Canadian Air Force
contingent.
ON TO NUCLEAR TANKERS
Our glorious week was marked
by innovations as well as records
A nuclear merchant ship, Britain's
nrst and likely to be the first in
the world also hit the headlines
with news of the formation of the
Hawker Siddeley John Brown Nu Nuclear
clear Nuclear Construction Company. Soon.
if the designs "go through, the fa
mous Jonn Brown shipyards on
Clydebank, Scotland, will be work
ing on a (u.uuo-tons tanker to be
fitted with a marine-type reactor
ot tne xina riawker-Siddeiey have
been studying over 12 months with
help from the Government Nuclear
xesearih centre at Harwell.
Already a striking impression of
mis marine giant has been given
by Eric Mensforth. a Jon Brown
director. She would have unlimit
ed power, and would- neither need
to refuel nor eat up ther own load
like oil-driven tankers. Nor does
65,000 tons appear to be the lim limit.
it. limit. Nuclear tankers around the size
of the 81,000-tons Queen Mary
have been envisaged by the Hawk-er-Siddeley
chairman, Sir Roy Dob Dob-son.
son. Dob-son. He also excited Press corre correspondents
spondents correspondents with hints that other nu nuclear
clear nuclear plans would probably be con-
uctwu wim tne air.
Will Britain have the tint nn.
clear airliner? This is, most un unsettling.
settling. unsettling. We may need those moon
maps alter all.
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Toothless Lion Cub
Scralching Child
Causes Hear Panic
BUR WELL Neb. (UP) A tooth tooth-less
less tooth-less lioa cub, apparently bored
with its role in a rodeo clown's
act, wandered into a crowd of
spectators to play with a little girl.
The girl bent over to pet the
"pretty kitty" Thursday afternoon
and a near panic broke loose.
Tbe lion scratched Ellen Kruse,
, ia the excitement. 'Ellen's moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Wallace Kruse, Colon,
Neb., ,on a ware the boa was tame
and toothless, did battle with tbe
cub with her bare fists."
, Sba beat the beast on the bead
for nearly a minute before the
trainer pulled the boo back into
the arena and order was restored.
Ellen was scratched on ber left
leg and on her forehead. Officials
at Burwcll Hospital said -aoout 10
ftrche-" were needed to close the
j r ..u rn Ki
ably will l.si from the
hospital today. I
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FOR SALE: Wran 5-piece din din-.
. din-. erte, 6-piece living room set.
Pricp reasonable; Phone Fort Da Davis
vis Davis 421.- ,
FOR SALE: Dining room furni-
ture: china closet, sideboard, ta table
ble table and chairs. Bedroom set..
House 7-46 Las Cruces. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Studio couch, new,
washable' ; covers, r Call Balboa
2-3137.
FOR SALE: Leaving ( Sat diih diih-4
4 diih-4 es, floor Jamp, mahogany .chairs,
table, coffee table,- aluminum
porch chaira, other items. Cheap.
.Apply No. 44 46th, Street, fae fae-f
f fae-f ing park. Phone 3-1857 fana-
ma, 5 to 9 p.mr -
FOR SALE: Living room and
bedroom furniture.: Hi-Fi, TV Sr
radio Combination, 20-foot deep
f reexe, electric .washer, ."-dryer,'
' dehumidificr ft mangel, ironer.
Mey other items, all In good
condition. Must sell, leaving
Isthmus.. Phone Albrook 86 86-3101.
3101. 86-3101. Dogs
v.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
puppies! parti-color., E 6th St..
2129-D, Curutidu, 3:30 to 6:30.
FOR SALE. A. K. C. registered -Cocker
Spaniel puppies.: 2262
Carr Street, Balboa. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2444.
WHEN YA GOTTA GO, ETC.
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Hungary Cracks Down
On N on-Communist Groups

VIENNA. Ausr. 3--(UP) Com
munist Hungary today announc announced
ed announced the arrests of revolutionary
leaders of three antl-communlst
parties in what appeared to be
a mounting terror campaign by
the Janos Kadar regime to wipe
out resistance. ; 1 ' r ,j
A communique Issued by the
Interior Ministry said "Our po police
lice police seized several' leading
members of a few non-communist
splinter groups."
The communique, br6adcast
bv Budapest Radio, identified
the groups (as the Christian
Hungarian Party founded and
led by Budaoest attorney Kard
ly zaiKovari during-, we pevonr
tion; The National Bloc of Inde Independents!'
pendents!' Independents!' scheduled to be es established
tablished established "at the first opportu
nity." and the "Hungarian Dem
ocratic Union"; organized durjng
ine revolution. (
; AH three groups are charged
with "counter-revolutionary and
illegal activity," the communi communique
que communique said. ' if.'";
A total of 12 leading members
of the Christian -Hungarian
party were arrested, the commu communique
nique communique said. Zajkovari was one of
them. '

C. A. Beall, TJSARCARIB adjutant general, Fort Amador,
a. certificate of appreciation and a check for suggestion.

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Caribbean, presents cwo twj)
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FOR SALE: Small outboard I
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinrudo I
'motor, remote controls, $425.
Phono 3-2831. ,! i'- i
FOR. SALEf 24 -foot metal
launch.' Sea ft opposite United!
States Library, Casino.
Just Thursday tbe Budapest
Puppet Government announc announced
ed announced that several Roman Catho Catholic
lic Catholic priests, including the for former
mer former secretary of Josef Cardi Cardi-.
. Cardi-. nal Mindszenty, would be put
on. trial for "counter-re-volu-'
tionary? activities.
Reports seeping across the
border late last month told of
700 to 800 anti-communists: be
ing arrested, in recent weeks.
Today's communique said two
former members of Parliament
and three former army officers
also were arrested. ;
The members of Parliament
were Identified as Hugo Payre,
an afeinp- pre-war non-commu
nist politician, and Ferenc Ma-
teovics,. a : lormer leamng mem
ber of the anti-communist Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Peoples party.' -
The" former army officers wera
Identified as Gen. Volmos Pol-
tarl, head of the pre-war Gen Gendarmerie;
darmerie; Gendarmerie; Col. Bertalan Zsoter
and Lt. Robert S1U1.
The communique said investi
gation still is underway and the
arrested persons will have t$
appear before a court "in th
near future." ;
recipients of awards, axe (left
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of the Adjutant Cfeneral't ;
James a. Henaerson wim
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Banana Fritters,
Salad For Hot Day

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COOL EAX1NU it enerea as ruoncai sivjun, oiiuimi, ..
I with, thin tasty fresh fruit mUI accompanied by Iced tee.
V By GAYNOR MAODOX
-NEA Feed .and Markets Editor

ON a sizzling hot da we Wcb Wcb-ed
ed Wcb-ed coolly-at me .rabuck'nuuse in
tree-shaued fcturbridge; Mass., one
New England'' tinest eating
Pljomi Wstteland, the gifted chef,
believes a coid meal suould have
one hot tush, ne served us urst a
Sup ot strong, clear; not cmcxen
soup witn rice, then a fresh fruit
saiad in a large wooden bowl. The
salad was a production: render
lettuce lining we DOWi and piled
high with orange and grapefruit
sections, pineapple cuoes, water watermelon
melon watermelon and cantaloupe balls, straw strawberries,
berries, strawberries, black cherries, apple slices
and blueberriers! all fresh of
course. This he topped with a
cottage cheese bright with a sprig
of mint. In a separate bowl cream
mayonnaise.
With it, Wetteland served a hot
banana fritter with lemon sauce,
and the perfect iced tea.
Banana Fritters
Batter: Two eggs, 2 cups flour,

2 cups milk, 1-4 cup sugar, 2 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons baking powder, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons cooking oil, V4 teaspoon
salt, bananas.
Sift flour, baking powder, and
salt. Beat egg whites stiff, then
beat sugar into whites. Beat egg
yolks until thick, add milk and oil.
Stir in flour mixture and fold in
egg whites, Keep the batter thin.
Cut bananas in three or four pieces,
sprinkle with lemon juice and a
little sugar, then dip in batter
Lower carefully into deep, hot fat
(370 degrees F.) and fry until deli delicately
cately delicately brown, about 3 to 5 minutes.
Drain on naoer towel. Serve at

once. (Cut recipe in half for small

family.)
Here's another Publick House
hot-day offering: Crab Louis with

Remoulade sauce and sliced toma

toes. (Alaska king crab meat with
hard-cooked egg yolks put through
ricer, ; garnished with hard-cooked
egg white slices). Sauce served on
side. With this, hot homemade rolls
or hot Yankee-style cornbread.

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By HAZEL.RIVlERkV

A.

NJEW YORK NEA- 'Mother
the Air Aee has discovered: you.

So if Dad finds that: the plane plane-which
which plane-which takes you to Pari -this im-j

mer has all the, best features pi
the ladies' lounge in'a.Jnovie pa
lace, the electric kitchen m a ranch
house and an art gallery cherchez
Mom, the gal who says; "We trav travel
el travel thig way."'
The. new planes which will tote
most of the 600,000 "unofficial am ambassadors"
bassadors" ambassadors" of the U.S. to Europe
this summer are definitely design designed
ed designed for women by designing men.
The airlines', : like the automobile-manufacturers
a few years
ago. have discovered that while
Dad usually puts down the check
it is most often where Mom has
indicated with her well-manicured
forefinger. The State Department
aays 56.3 per cent of passport ap applications
plications applications last year were from
women.. a formidable slice of
buying power, j? r
So as a result, the ocean will be

flown this summer by the most

luxuriously appointed planes since

the Wright Brothers powered their
box kite.

Say '' Robert Monroe, who de

signed the -gorgeous interiois of

w fflWW!

TWA's new Constellation J e t-

stream": "Women have taken to

the comfort and speed of air trav

el as naturally-as they have to

labor-saving appliances in tncir

homes. A,'

"We have frankly made an ap

peal to their discerning eye by
creating luxurious interiors, com

parable to the most attractively
appointed home. The harmonious

blending of colors is as soft to the

eye as the goid-liecKed custom
fabrics are to the touch."
He talks of- "tawny beiges" and
"off-whites teamed with rich wal

nut." Azure blue curtains will
frame picture windows and the

lounge will be featured by original
murals painted-by -Marie Zampa Zampa-relli.
relli. Zampa-relli. a Greenwich Village boy

who made good with his palette in

Hollywood..
But more than eye appeal is go going
ing going into the new planes. Interiors

are more roomy and engines less

noisy thanks to better synchronize

tion of propellers. Seats are more

comfortable, too.

And thanks to more powerful

engines, slimmer wing -design and
radar weather surveillance, this
year's air travelers will arrive

fresher and faster.

ih'i

? Th trl.j r fatly aware that America' wwmi 4s

taUrmaUoMt trarelisr tkaa aaea. 8. TWA's "Jetstream'.

; cUbarat tattcriara aad terrk t appeal to feminm taate.

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The young housewife has It one up on the career girl; she can take
! care of her good looks during; the day. She can remove make-up
and let cream soften her skin as she does household tasks. She
can pincurl her hair for twenty minutes durinc the day and
look radiant when her husband comes home at night. We show
Lher here (left) applying a four-purpose cream that cleanses,

softens, tones the skirt and acts as t make-up base. Then (center),
she uses that modern make-up aid, pressed powder in a com compact.
pact. compact. It's quick to put on and its velvety look is lasting. This
particular pressed powder contains lanolin. The pretty rlrl he
Mj.WfK, that her husband comes

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Decorative wrought-tron furniture benefits from bath with hot f
deterrent suds. Bottle brush is handy for reachinc crevices.

By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
TIT vnn are a housewife and

mnthiar vnu'va nrnbablv felt an

occasional tug of envy as you've
watched your chic neighbor leave
for the offipe, just minutes behind
her husband. ,

Tnct nnrp in a whilp VOU think.

if wnulH hp nice to be a working'

wifo ohlo in apt awiv from the

monotony of household chores, to
be closely aware of what's new in

fashion and equipped,, wKO.'Wwer wKO.'Wwer-(tsting
(tsting wKO.'Wwer-(tsting anecdotes to,.exthJiiV5

your nuspanu across uie ,wuct
table-v .. .-V iVV

Well, you can be sure that vyor
working neighbor would, onjjna-

ny a day,' give her all to be lh
your shoes.
Have you ever realized how
much simpler it is for you to
spare the necessary time for look look-pretty?
pretty? look-pretty? When you husband conies
home from work, he can- be greet greeted
ed greeted by a wife who had dressed
unhurriedly and look lovely just
for. him.
How glamorous do you think a
working girl feels after an eight eight-hour
hour eight-hour day; shopping for food, on
the way home and facing the task
of cooking dinner?

Chances are she's gotten Into
something comfortable after her.
dav at the office, and her hus

band, rarely gets to see the chick

outfit you observed when she leu

for work in the morning.

When you!ye sent your man off

after a eood .breakfast. .vnii rani

set your hair, leaving it in pin pin-curls
curls pin-curls while you do your cleaning.

vaseline can be applied to your
brow and lashes so that they
will be luxirious and well-groom-

eq.
Before you sit down for your

second cup ,of coffee, give your

self a facial. There, is one cream

which is claimed by its makers

.-to do the work of four creams in

one.

First, it cleanses, then it soft softens.
ens. softens. It helps refine the nores and

heriproyjdes a perfect base for pow-

aer. Ana it taxes only a minute
of your time to use.
If you plan your household
chores and your children's sched

ule,carefully, you can be free earn
ly enough to bathe, slip into a
pretty dress and carefully apply
your make-up before the man in
your life gets home.
Avail yourself of one of the
pretty mirored compacts or press pressed
ed pressed powder. Keep it on a handy
shelf, so that when you hear the
key in the front door, you can do
a, quick job of touching up.
Don't envy the working wife.
Count your blesings instead. You
have the advantage.
You can take care of your ap

pearance throughout the day. You

can Dask in the smile of a man
who comes home to a well-ordered
"house, an exquisitely set din dinner
ner dinner table and wife who looks
radiant and pretty.

Young Moderns Like

By KAY SHERWOOD
Well geared to the tastes of con

temporary minded young home-

makers, Scandinavian designs are
spreading an ever-widening influ influence
ence influence over American home furnishings.

From furniture to floor cover

ings, and all-the accessories in be between,
tween, between, from expensive exclusive
design to moderately priced a a-daptations,
daptations, a-daptations, the Scandinavian touca
can be found.. It covers modern,
treatments of traditional folk art

and the latest work of contempora

ry designers..
More furniture manufacturers
have "Scandinavian .inspired" col collections,
lections, collections, as you'll note this fall.

Most of them reflect the work of

the great Danish and Swedish ca

binetmakers -Had yum, Hans
Wegner, Arne Jacobsen, to men mention
tion mention three.
The molded, tapered arm and
l.g; the sculptured or sloped back;
the cantilevered seat the soft
sheen of oil finishes these are
some o tfhe distinctive characteris characteristics.
tics. characteristics. The light, off-the-floor scaling

of much upholstered furniture al also
so also bears a kinship to Danish de

signs.'
Add to this the modern Interest
in traditional folk art. I doubt if
early Swedish cottage 'artists-, de decorating
corating decorating their furniture and wall
with painted' patterns and 'enrich

ing their fabrics with colorful em embroideries,
broideries, embroideries, could foresee their use
in .mid-20th century homes.
For example, there's a new- wool
carpet patterned with brown squig squig-gles
gles squig-gles against a soft green ground.
The squiggles were lifted from
Swedish painted pattersn, rescaled
and worked into a block-like motif
for the rug. According. to the sty stylist,
list, stylist, the color scheme of brown
and green was inspired by the. pas pastoral
toral pastoral countryside.
Similar .adaptations can.be seen
in fabrics and. wallpapers.
Perhaps one reason why the
Scandinavian influence shows no

sign of losing its vitality is that

it is so widely represented in mod

erately priced furnishings. Neither

stark nor fussy, most of them are

well designed and easy to Uve with.
The slim, clean lines of this fur furniture
niture furniture make it an ideal foil for
decorative pieces such as gay wov

en runners or painted knick kacks.
With, such simplicity in her furni

ture, the homemaker can afford

to use elaborate decorative touch touches.
es. touches. v
The homemaker who prefers to
stick to one theme in her furnish furnishings
ings furnishings can carry out the Scandi Scandinavian
navian Scandinavian idea from the chair in the
living room, to the tableware it
the dining room, set perhaps with
place mats she's embroidered her

self in updated Swedish motifs

all easy to live With.

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omemamna

: Summer jo&s' around the home
often extend 'to cleaning, shoes,
step process for' best results.
ttn urocea for- 'best results.

Scrubb oft' mud and surface airt
hrsL Then rinsd with ', cloth

wrung in .clean warm water, r ol olio
io olio w this with a- whitening" polish
meant for.. fabric shoes. .After

shoes' dry away from heat, brush
off excess wjiite. powder." t' v;

A garden- umbrella may be
scrubbed, top and underside, with
a scrub brush and -think -suds.
First opea the umbrella. After the
sudsing, rinse With hose and leave
umbrella open to dry: Occasional
scrubbing! will lengthen Ufa -of
the material because 'dirt and
grease will not become embedded
in the fibers. -- 1 v
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Camping at should meal less
work for mother, wbo is still the
chief cook and bottle washer.
Dishwashing can be easier if ta tableware
bleware tableware goes from hot suds to a

mesh bag. Dunk bag of dishes In
boiling water to rinse aodhDg

up wi uij,

Scandinavian Designs
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. Swedish tnetlf from traditional painted patterns is worked 1
brewn aralnst green m wool carpet. Embroidered table run
ner and painted bowl are also adaptations of traditional motifs.
The weed table, chest and chair reflect modern Danish design.

By KAY SHERWOOD
HANDSOME and .durable though
outdoor furniture is, a smart home home-maker
maker home-maker will take a little of her
housekeeping time to keep it in
top condition.
Routine dusting will probably
have to- be augmented ty frequent
damp-cloth wipings and an occa occasional
sional occasional soap-and water washing.
Wood, steel,, aluminum, wrought
iron, plastic and canvas can all
be scrubbed up.

Warm water and suds is one of

the easiest and most efficient ways
to remove the film of soil. Some
modern homes are equipped with

an outdoor hot water faucet which

makes exterior washing simpler

than carrying a bucket from the
kitchen.

Add a bdttle brush to your e-

quipment. It's ideal for cleaning

plastic lacings, webbing, rattan
and crevices in frames. I under

stand that a bottle brush is also

fine for getting soil out of the

seams of plump, cartridge chaise

mattresses.

If you have a glass-topped tabll,
wash it in the shade.
Thp hpat nf the sun nri wot oTrffe

could cause expansion and crack cracking.
ing. cracking. The heat also may dry the
suds and rinse water so fast that,
the surface will be streaked.
If you an lift the top -safely; ;
don't overlook the cleaning, of thn
t.ah1 rim that Gimnnrti th. 4

Food particles and spilled UqutffV

can.Duiio up a gummy mes;there.r
Souirt a rirnn nr turn nf maohiri

oil into hinges after a piece is

wasned and dried. This will help
to keep them working smoothly-
Although you may have waters,
proof covering on outdoor cush-n
ions, don't subject them' to soak-1

ing rains. Moisture can se4:ft.

through the seams and rot thtf in"
sides. Either mnva thsiishinn'Si

shelter or- use plastic "raincoat'

over tne pieces. "-

A plastic tarpaulin is 'also h,4r
handy cover for larger pieces aild"
for the baby's outdoor playpen-.
Even a large plastic tarp is ligfit"
and easy to handle. And mud splat-;'
ters are ouirklv hnsirf nff ri.

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

I ON Saturday morning John's

lalner weiu out to prune the oacK-

yaru neuge. jonn lollowed. He be became
came became la&cmaiea oy ine sight and
sound 01 the privet twigs snap-

pug oeiweeu tne siurp uiaues ui
ma iauier s new euppcrs.

inougii uis laiue. kept telling

him to ;eep away, lueir attraction

was loo a.ioug. nnaiiy, wnen his
iauier was caeu 10 mo paoue, lie
icdcneu ior me cuppe.s anu witn

au eiciuns sense ui perilous ad

venture, inea inem out.
iteiaiunit, iiis latner was shock-

eu oy uiis opecuacie of V -year-old
.uisoueuience. ne uore the aquirra aquirra-itxg,
itxg, aquirra-itxg, iunous jounster into v ue

iiouse ana suanxeu mm.

- Al Once IcnSiOU went out oi
Jouu. tin angry crying became
suomissive. ouujiiit,, ue piouiiaeu

never 10 luucu me tupets agam.
iiiu niueeu ior ine iesi 01 the

uay benavvd iixe a cnerub of hea

ven.

aaid his father smugly to his

momer, ixutiuug can clear ine air

luce a good olu-lasiuoned spank
mg'i
lear the air of what?

His own smiiy-shaaying indeci-

siveness.
spanning had not changed John.
Wuat nau suodued nim was not
getting oeaieu out geiung cenai"-

.y thai ha lather -meant what he

said.

Alter spanking, children often

relax. They relax, not because we

have hit their bodies, but because

we have finally made our de
mands on them clear.
SO we're not bright to get ro

Vacations bring strange, new en

counters. Somewhere one of the
family may pick up a tick.- And
someone has to remove it. The A A-merican
merican A-merican Medical Association says
to remove the tick 'immediately

and as gently as possible. If fin

gers art used, the tick should be

handled with a small piece at pa

per. Then gently use a disinfec disinfectant
tant disinfectant or soap and water, on the

area. -
Beaded Jor. summer home with
a minimum oi conveniences? To
keep fish and other foods in a a

icebox,' cover- ice with waxed pa paper.
per. paper. The ke won't melt as fast
and will absorb fewer food odors.
This keeps it fresher for' iced
drinks. : ; ...

The season of scratch, bump
and bite is here. It is time 'o fill
a first aid cabinet and check a
kit for the beach dr campsite. Ac

tually, soap and water served well

as disinfectant for such mioor e-

mergencies as insect ,bites sur-

taco scratches and bruises.

4

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A MAN AND HIS HOSS Little Triggen a miniature Shetland pony, and his master,, James
.Todd, take time out tor a short nap as the temperature soars over the 100-degree mark in Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Tex. Trigger not only like) taking naps, but enjoys riding in an automobile and watching
television. ThougTi only m months old, he seems to prefer humans to borses

mantic over- spanking's efficieh!yV
Its only efficiency is that it con"
tains our -decision to mean what"
we've said. 'J
Freauent snainkinir

got the habit ot not meaning irfiaV

c iu. xi encouraged usrw-,
hag absent-mindediv. nan jnfin ZZ:

father attended to what he iwa."'--

. u V v,? KIveu meanujaw meanujaw-to
to meanujaw-to it with. John's iirat deffaacelf

uu ms nanus on nis cbijd'i'
shoulders looking straight -int his
eye, he'd have said, '"rierana.;

these clippers are -very aharpyota.t'
must not touch them. Now ,say
it after me three tim.'i

not to touch Dad's clippers'.'

ne would not have needed to"

spank.

..

P. it W.a

i sum i r iiiiei
V
I ONCE knew a young wife who
got so much pleasure out of scrub,
ging, scouring, baking and ironing
that I was pprompted one day to"
comment on it. 4
After all, she wasn't a wonui-i-who
couldn't do anything; but keen

bouse. She had written a novel

ner spare time- and had it arrpnfcW

ea. ane loves swimming andfisot'.
ing and almost any other outdoor

sport. &ne was never too busy to
help her two young sons plant" M
garden, watch a pair of biros build"?;
a nest, or anything else they fband1"
exciting.
So how come she loved cooking
and keeping a house clean 'and f
all the other odd jobs most wom-tt
en laoel pure drudgery? n. 4-"
She told me that she grevr uj,
in a mining town. Tnat her ikth-..j
er was killed in a mine disaster
when she was only a child, mak. "j
ing it necessary ior her mother
to work long hours in order: to ?
make a bare living.
inere wasn't .nuch of a horn t.
and during the day there wasn't
any mother in it. Then and tbsrr"
she made up her mind that frsao
ever had a nusband, a family aut''
a home, it would be pure delight
for her to be able to give thera
a happy home life. M-

"LABOR OP LOVE- T
"AND sr," she said. "I lift
always gotten a real Urill out of 'y

setting a room to rights, scrti9.

biag a floor, baking a batch of 3
cookies, putting a good meal a
the table. It's wonderful to t -ble
to give my children the Z
of home my mother wasn't i'Us
to give me." r
How few homemakers ever IXcjT -to
realize that tne jobs they 4 ;
day after da 7 area't just aa td-
less stream of drudgery. With
ery bed they make, every room Z
they clean, every meal they pot
on the table they are actually g?w.
1 t&g their iamili harpiaeas va.



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SOMEONE IS' GOING 70 1'fiAVE TO PmFORi IT

Di.fib.,)jtyKEAsitt. By ELIZABETH SEIFERT'

THE STORY: Dr. Garde Shelton has iust learn-

that Valley Stanfield had an important part in
fringing about a fight between Dr. Kurt Lfllard and
JJen Laurent the night before Ben was killed. Kurt
3vjas convicted of Ben's murder, but many people be

lieve he was innocent.

(iARDE was inclined to agree.

J Though she didn't "like doctors,"
ValleV had made her appeal to

him. "Did the means she used

work with Kurt?"
"Oh, surely they did- But still
'lie didn't like it that night when
I was there, you see. There

nvas a big dance at' the duo; it
3yas a holiday weekena, and Ross
ind I happened to be at the table
next to Kurt's. Their group was
Jnade up of the Stanfield girls,

-girls, Kurt and that boy, Ben Lau

He bent again to his task and
after a bit said casually so cas casually,
ually, casually, that even to Nan, it seemed
that he spoke his thoughts aloud.
"I feel you know," he said, paus

ing between every other word to
jab his short trowel into the dirt,

very much the same aDout
young Lillard, There's been a

terrific waste there if that man
1. I t)l It.- T l U..

dlun I Kin me jjaurei uuj. a

"He didn't," said Nan's clear

voice behind him.

Garde glanced at her over n:s

i ...

Cost of Building
Estimated at

Darien Highway
$100,000,000

On display in the open rotunda of Panama's legislative palace is o dramatic
relief map which tells more at a glance a bout the Province af Dariln and theChoc6
section of northwest Colombia than' you can learn in a day of poring over text ma
terial, or studying flat charts. '
Looking down at it, as. frbm a plane, you see the Pacific Ocean (Gulf of Da
rien); the Caribbean, the jungle,-the swamps and lowlands. : y y,
Darien's mountains stand up from the terrain map in a long spine, "threading
down the Isthmus' Each little town km a flna label.' ? '

, The ranges look high until you olance over the Colombian border- There the

piled Andes reach so much taller that Pa noma's peaks recede to the status of bills.

ftnt. I saw Ben and Nan go off L fl ,d whicn gUstened a
-4o dance, and I recall wishing she d

''Wouldn't, because it gave vaiiey
ji free field which she used. I ,,,,7.,; something odd about
San see her now, sitting there talk- T?E ?. c, L old her
fnS to Kurt, him smiling at her he whole affair Garde told her
iooT,ina twH hor anH thp "Looking at the storyas -a new

ZZ. ;m in nn hi comer here m tow I eant put

way 011c u iui nvi

leeve and sit dreamy, smiling

'."She was to blame, as well,
for the row which Kurt had with

the Laurent boy that night; it
was just the sort of thing she
would do, and I know that Valley
had got up and gone somewhere
when those pier lights went on
to show us Ben trying to kiss
Nan.
"I remember the way she came
back and said, 'But what happen
ed?' and 'Oh, how awful.'
"And then, of course, three days
later When the boy was found

dead on the rame pier, . .But
Kurt Lillard didn't do it, Dr. Shelton-"
And Mabel Ross thought. .Gar .Garde
de .Garde rubbed his cold fingertips to together
gether together arid stared at the big, raw-

boned woman. Did sne reauy minK

that Valley had. .
Such a thing was not possible!

ilia I - : ,,

my finger on 11. rou mow,

spot in tne progression ui uiuigs.
I find myself using tW word 'in 'incredible'
credible' 'incredible' each time the subject
comes up for discussion."
"I too' cant understand why
things have gone as they have.
I often wish Ben were around so
that .." a
"Well, yes," said Garde dryly,
"that would solve a great many

BY the middle of June it began

to be very hot. Garde brought au augur
gur augur and a yellow bag of .plant

food, and the hose, out to the
front lawn to attend to that same
Valley's trees, which were dying.
When she planted them, he had
told her she wasn't going at the
thing properly; last week he'd
taken a chance to soak them well.
And tonight, he decided, he would
feed them, and then lay his hose hose-tape
tape hose-tape along their roots.
It was hard work and hot work,

' and reminding himself that this

was a small town ana, cenainiy,
bare hide was no novelty at the
bottom of this same hill Garde
peeled off his shirt and bent his
back to the augur.

"What on earth are you up to!
Ha jumped as if he'd been
caught picking a lock. Nan laugh laughed
ed laughed merrily at his confusion and

ceneral air of guilt, then came

across to look down at his work.
XVII
NAN bent over double at. the
Waist to read what was printed on
the bag. Still in this position she

danced around at Garde. "You

1 know, don't you, that your only
reward for all this hard labor will
be to watch Valley's smugness at

her horticultural triumph.
"Oh, yes," Garde agreed, "she'll
be unbearable."
Naa laughed with delight at
his matter of fact tone. "Why do
you do it?"
"Oh," he said slowly, "I have
a feeling against all loss and de destruction."
struction." destruction." She went over to sit on the steps
behind him. The pleated skirt she
wore spread out around her knees
jlike a pale green fan. "That seems

uiuuer suri. 01 ieeunfi. sne fle-

lor a medical man."

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things."
"I meant his interest in psycho psychological
logical psychological thinjgs. It was a hobby of

his He read widely on tne sud-

ject andAalked a lot about it.
Hp was always explaining things

by it. Why Mable Ross had twins
when she was 46, why I always

considered the flavors of ice cream

and then always chose cnocoiaie.
r-arde sliDned his arms into his

shirt and went over to sit on the
step below Nan.
Nan talked on with absorption.
"Ben analyzed everything. Once
he told me why people liked me.
He said prqbably that no one would
ever love me with great passion,
but that I'd always be liked."
Garde snorted. "How old was
Ben?"
"When he said that? Oh 18,
I think. Once he made Valley
perfectly furious"
"Explaining what"
"I don't know. But he talked
to her enough about something to
send her growling around the
house, muttering things about a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur psychiatrists. He was old older
er older then that was just before."

She leaned toward him, her eyes
puzzled. "Why," she said in a

numb tone, "that was just before

he was killed." a

Garde sat thoughtful, the bowl

of his little pipe glowing and fad fading
ing fading rhythmically. Having given

her time to recover, he said, speak speaking
ing speaking slowly, "People frequently men
tion this tragic affair to me. and
I've drawn the conclusion that Ben
generally was considered a screw screwball."
ball." screwball." "Oh, he was." she agreed quick

ly. "I knew him quite well. Maybe

better than anyone. We were a a-bout
bout a-bout the same age, you know. His

parents-had spoiled him terribly

This terrain elevation is part of

a large show of photographs, maps

and charts bunt for the 7th Pan

American Congress.
Its chief purpose is to acquant
delegates and obirvtr with th
Darien gap the last unfinanced
break in the Pan American High
way.
Like all sessions of Internation International
al International bodies affiliateu with the Or

ganization of American States, the
sessions continuing through this

week are open to the public.

Part of the rotunda displays are

locked up in the evening for safe safety.
ty. safety. But during business hours they
are right there for any Panama

nian. United Mates citizen, or vi

sitor to walk right up and inspect.
The United States is going to
be atleid to provide a big hunk
of money for building the high highway
way highway that will someday link
North and South America, and
American taxpayer on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus have a chance during th
Congress to study the problem
first hand.

Almost .everybody agrees the
road is a good idea. Also, that

it will J)e built, some day.

But among the questions being
studied is the present commercial

need tor the road.
Americans resident on the Isth

mus, nnd Panamanian citizens.

would enjoy a road over which
they could drive to Colombia and

beyond, as visitors.

The number of venturesome tou

rists who have already made the

Alaska to Tierra del Fuego run

snows there is plenty of pppular
demand for a highway.

In ducks, jeeps, trucks, and on

motorcycles, bicycles, horses and

burros they mane their way back

and forth.

Except for one duck trip that

succeeded in paddling and creep

ing along the San (Bias Coast, all

have -had to take to watercraft of

some kind to by-pass Darien

But will the wealth created by

having this roaa justify the ?100,

000,000 it is ortimated to cost.
Is there a sufficient demand for
highway transport to help pay for
the road
Will enough goods move back
and forth to make it worthwhile
When the road is finished, and
the construction boom it cre

ate has died down, will It pre

frtnc there make for better liv

ing ; conditions, or substantia ly

better -business in Panama and
Colombia, or in pointa north ad
south

These are the Questions the
road Congress is cfiscnssing. And

these are the Questions the. legis

lators' in Washington, Panama, Rio
de Janeiro and other capitals will

be asking when requests for ap

propriations come up
Getting iown to figures, it is

conceded the United States will be
asked to- apply to the Darien gap

the same two-thirds to one-third
formula under which the road
from the Rio Grande to the Canal
Zone is -nearin completion. (Best
estimate jou can'driv .on it in

For the Darien Gap, this weuM
mean a United States contribu contribution
tion contribution of SM.000.000.

For the Texas or Arizona-to-Pa-

nama link.' tha United States ap

propriation stands today at $116,

030,000. Another 110,000,000 in ap
propriations will be needed to fin

ish the road' to the Canal- Zone.

Two-thirds of the- Darien cost

would therefore require "half as
much again ($51,015 000) as pre present
sent present appropriations plus another
$8,000,000.
The question for United Stat
solons, and citizens will center on
the questions;

(1) Will such a sum be justi justified
fied justified as a business proposition, or

as a tourist convenience'

(2) Will it be justified as foreign

aid to the economies of Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican countries
(3) How much of a military as asset
set asset will it be
Much study In required, and the
13-member United States delega

tion is taking an active part in

this1 analysis.

If the United State Should nut

up $66,000,000, it is understood that

a formula win be sought for the

Latin American countries to pay

tne remaining 934,000,000.

ba, th Dominican Republic and

Haiti would be expected to con contribute
tribute contribute is f another question. The
first two sent delegations to. the

Congress.

No action taken at the Congress

wuL buur any of the member na

tions until and unless1 it is ratified

bv their lecislativt bodies. -.

Thus, any steps taken here vill

by their nature be tentative.

Regardless at the progress nop nop-d
d nop-d for during the coming week,
hy will probaMy: Wke several
year for engineer ing studies,
national; approval- and- firm
appropriations to reach tho point
wtore contracts could be adver.
tited and work could Wort in
Darien.'

'With cars from the' States ex

pected. to roll into the Canal Zone

ana ranama uty two years irom

now, long thinkers have been look

ing toward tne iossiDiuty oi a gov

ernment Bspoisored -ferry 'which
would connect Panama with South

America. .""

The most likely split te ho sug suggested
gested suggested i that Panama and 'Co 'Colombia
lombia 'Colombia each provide fS.OOMOt
and that the remaining $24,000, $24,000,-000
000 $24,000,-000 would come from this other
Latin Aimrican countries.
Whether the Island nations Cu-

Hecular. scheduled" runs' its. been

pointed out. could transport vein

eles from Balboa down tha Pacific

Coast to Buenaventura;' Colombia,
or from Cristobal across -the Car

ibbean to Turbo. At both points,
they would find paved roads.

A highway through the ; Darien

Gap is coming, but many North

and Centra 1 American tourists

won't want to wait that ions for a

road trip through the Southern
Hemisphere.
The question has been raised
whether the Road Congress will
take any steps toward assuring
that sucn a ferry or ferries might
be- put in operation two years
hec and at a fair tolls cost
that would stimulate rather than
discourage 1 raffle from tha States
or the distant Latin American lan
as well as those closer to the Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads of tho World.
Road people are not, by train training,
ing, training, ferry peonlei But the ferry- it
is said, might serve to break a

temporary bottleneck in Panama

come 1959.

- And the ferry might msk an

interesting tie-in with the propos

ed ferry' (only a day's trip) froml

Havana to Mt'iieo an extension

oi tne present Miami 10 navana

terries. .-..,.

: 1 i)

1 I?

CAPT. tOWELL" D. SELBT wesents aeold.wat chHo Charle's Darlinetrm whn U rotirin? frnm'f

government service. The watch was presented on behalf of the personnel of the Transportation''
Corp Supply Division at Fort Clayton, where h e served many years. Darlington has been em employed
ployed employed by ihe U.S. government: for the last AS y ears. "He started working' for the old Isthmian
Canal Commission in 1912. His servlce with th Canal included telephone operator; operator
of the first automotive ambulance that arrived i n the Canal- Zone and occasionally chauffeur
for the late General Goethals.. Ho served with t he Panama Canal for 27 yeara and 18 years for -the.
United -States Army Caribbean.: For-the last is venrs hR has hem -omnhwmi h fho.Trons-

portation ,Corps Supply Divisionv Fort Clayton. Canal Zone. "(US. Army Photo)

daged finger. tYou wrap gauze.

l tie up words into little bundles.

But to go back to Nan -r later,

Garde, vour idea vour oroiect

would give her what you hoped

it would Valley s big eyes gazed

out across the water, at the rip

pling sheen of it, at the boat soo

feet from snore, and the aarx
heads of a few Swimmers. Just

now-every cnna an sees, es

pecially the ones she has to touch,

remind her of the poor little
ghosts she might have had with
Kurt."

their

When we were both about 12 I

went to their house one day and
found his mother and the cook
canning beans, and Mrs. Laurent

told me that they had to cm 365

quarts of green beans each year

because Ben wanted beans for din.
ner every day. I remembered say

ing that I wanted a lot of things I
didn't get, and she just smiled

and said Ben was different.

to

SO, thought Garde, were his par
ents different, and the house in

which they lived. Mrs. Laurent,

Garde knew, had a developing

Parkinson syndrome, and their

house sat behind thick hedges,

with Scotch pines towering dsrk
about its tortured arrangements of
dark wood and diamond paned
windows.
"Sometimes I thought B;n
took perverse delight in being
ferentt. He continued. "He talk talked
ed talked in a wild way, and certainly
looked different from the other
boys in town. He was crazy about
bop music, and his parents let him
install any sort of hi-fi equipment

ne wanted. I haven t been to their
house recently, but there used to

'be a perfect maze of wires and

i stuff.
j "I remember another time. He
disappeared, and finally he was
found in the country sleeping in
a hay mow. He 'said he wanted
to get back to his farming ances ancestors.
tors. ancestors. The story went around -town
that the farmer offered him a
pitchfork to get him still farther
back, but that sounds like on of
Dewey Windsor's tales."

It did, and Garde chuckled. He

reached for his tobacco pouch
and said, "Such people, Nan, are

sometimes dangerous.
"Oh, Ben wssn't"

Garde refilled his pipe and lit

it. In the light of the match Naa
studied his expression, "You don't

believe me?"

"Afraid not. I'd be readier to

believe that whoever killed him
did so in self-denfese."
- XVIII
APART from the casual get-together
at the end of each day,
staff meeting!) were regularly

scheduled in the doctors' room of

the hospital.
On the last meeting in June
someone mentioned that Shelton

had been with them now for six

tion to state an opinion of
setup.

Well, he said finally, as you
know, I trained in a center about

as big and as complex as medi

cal center can be., I came here
with great misgivings as to my
ability to cope with conditions

which. I felt, had to exist in
place such as this appeared
be on paper.

I needn t tell you how wrong
I was. Here everything is of the

best. Thats true in the surgery

the delivery room, the nursery,

It's true of the X-ray room, the

lab and the kitchen. The per

sonnel is band picked for tram

ing and performance.

And I am ready to say that

this kind of practice is probably

the sort that every doctor dreams

of as being ideal." He paused
gain and saw that Cornel was
bout to speak.

Except. ." said Dr. Shelton

And laughed to see the way the

smiles faded and jaws dropped

Except you aren't a clinic at all,

And I would like to see, that

changed. That is, of course, that
we well might conduct a free
children's and prenatal clinic

here.

Now. in the clues, such serv

ices are given ana taxen as

matter of course. I've heard Dr

Flvnn say that the children of

the poor get, better medical care

than do the children oi tne ricn,

becaue from before birth the
mothers attend the clinics. I'd

like at least to try offering such a

service heremaybe it wouldn't
be used. You probably know

more thsn-I do about the beha

vior and reaction of these people.
But still, having your permission,
I would like to try stica a clinic
service for tho children. It all ties

up to my reasons for going into

medicine. I leel that it u a can canine
ine canine for a man who like! people and

wants to be as helpful and useful

to them as possible."
HE hid not Spoken tmouonally

This wss the thing in which he
believe V and hi was prepared

to argue for bis cause. He was

arguing for H and when he fin

ished the doctors who listened

knew that he- had argued. The?

glanced at each other and laugh

ed a little. At themselves, not at

Dr. Shelton.
Co along with your tlinic!"

snorted CorneL Of course I We

all of vs could do a little more
giving than we do. And certainly
yon can wt this thing tip if yon
want to.- I'll tell the newspaper
to com to rod for a story m it,"
Well, of course, snapped Ru Ruble.
ble. Ruble. Your idea is a really good
one, Shelton. If yon csa manage
to staff your ctinie service. . j
1 think 1 caav I M aood a JL

N., and I think I can manage
that. Then with a little outside

volunteer help to keep records

hold down the kids, talk to the
mothers, send out cards There'd

be some social service desirable

home visits and ao on. ."

On Saturday he dropped in to

see Nan, who was mimeograph
ing bulletins in the. church base

ment. They took, the bulletins up

to the cnurcn-vestibule and then

started home, walking at a lei

surely pace. It was then that he
spoke te her about his well-baby

runic, speakinr again witn cntnu

siasm. She listened intently, her

eyes on his face. And I thought,"
he concluded, that perhaps I

could get you to come in and at

tend to the clerical work.

Oh!" He glanced at- her, and

ber face waa pink. But as he

watched it went whit and a stub

born look of refusal cam into

her eyes, settled about her lips.

You wouldn't want to 7" : he

asked incredulously,
No." she said flatly. I

couldn't. I I wouldn't want to."

He waited for her to aay more:

she did not.

It wouldn't hav to bo Satur

day morning.

She whirled on him. Let's drop

it. shall we? I iust believe mi

I don't want to help you."

Ho couidn t bebev bis ears.

HIS mother was to be con for

the weekend, and by four that

afternoon the big house seemed

quiet and empty. Nan had said
something about bright work, and
Garde could get in a swim. He

put on his trunks and sneakers,'
pulled on a sport shirt and cut

down across tt lawn, which he'd

been mowing, to the club beach.

He beard bis name called, and

turned, it was Valley m cone-

shaped hat, dark glasses- and

ouge terry rob but he atuj
could identify VaUer. and. he

quickly made his way to her be

tween tne oeacn cnairs, in chil children,
dren, children, the abandoned sun lotion

bottles and other (tuff littering

tne sana. : -. .-.

Did you brinr any plier

down with yon? ah asked wheat

be was close.-.

H laughed What was that?"
She held tiofber right hand. 1

titat found mvlf i u1aib oi

oi aruiwooa, an tou aim.

Card knelt beide her and ec-

amtaed the torn hand,..' -
The ungrateful thing.. Vallev

chattered, snagged any best typ

ing nnger.7 ;

IS the time H took Carer to go
tro th bill and reran, bag ia aaad.

sa ned varkma gtarur of dis-J

of course. Nor was the fac she

made when he knelt beside her

and opened the bag:

He wrapped gauze' about the

finger,, then pulled a length of knit knitted
ted knitted tubing over, the dressing, fas

tening tha whole thing snugly Into

place..
Sb regarded h i s handiwork
with fascination. Slick as a
whistle,", sb decided. Painful,

but neat." I

Laughing, he shook his head

and repacked his bag, closed it

and set it upon her towel. Then be
stretched his length on the sand

beside her, tipping bis cap forward

to shield his eyes.
Why were, you hunting drift driftwood?"
wood?" driftwood?" h asked. For lamps.

fire or hanging?".
She laughed. Relief of bore boredom
dom boredom was my primary motive, but

it could make a column."

I'll charge for the idea."
Oh, I alway steal them."
I'll bet. Want a drink? I see

Sparks over at. the Marquardt ca

bana." He hailed Sparks, and the

drinks war forthcoming. Whore's

nan?" h akd.

Now that'a not the way to make

a girl feel she Is th sole object of

aur aueoiianf i

Main reason I asked about

Wan he went on. she offered

m a lob shining brass.'

couian t nave been much of

job; she went off alone about

o'clock."
Still cross?"

Valley lifted her head to look

t him. Why, yes, she wss cross.

How did you know that?"

So Garde told her. About the

clinic, about the wav the other

doctors bad agreed to his plan and

about his enthusiasm for hv the

need for such a thing among the
district's poorer popple.. I thought

nan mignt like working with sucb

project. She seems th sort-of
girl 4o fall in with, that sort of
thing. It would take about a moi uw,

ing a .wsekMbero'd. be records to

keep, son visiting to do and of

course tb reward of helping the
children. But she tuned m down
flat,. Valley. '.And. I mean really
flat. She didat want .any pert of
any project?;, y" : ;.-.' v
" Yea know why she -didn't want

a van osj 4t oat you, Card ?"

f see," he said grimly.
Vallev went on. almost as if she'

we're talking to herself. It's not

fair," she mused, to fignt a gin

like Nan. to hurt ber. uiris luce

that won't fight back, Garde,

They just stand and take it, or

crumple. Hurting them gives one

an awful feeang, i knowi

He reached for a smooth round

pebble, striped gray on white(
and he bounced it on the palm
of his hand. You wouldn't ever

hurt Nan,"

Chilly

Soviet Reaction

To Open Skies Proposal

-Garde Shelton, don't you

know thaH am a perfectly hor horrible
rible horrible woman?

He laughed.
I am!" she insisted. Let mt
tell, you ..." , : ;
And sho did tell "him,' tying her
little, bundles of words so neatly,
so effectively, that" Garde was
there on that summer day xf last
year when Valley Stanfield had

come home for a weea s visit

Willi lie t,uirt uu ucft
sister" in rural Missouri.

"little

VHK sat up and hugged hi knees,
feeling the warmth of th sua upon
his back and shouldera. No," he
said, shaking his bead, I. don't
know. '-
Valley sighed'-and at up, too.
Reached for ber big .straw hat.
That child wss mad- to grow
up overmrht. She was-, forced to

lean all about woman r hvrt-'ia
big lesson."" vV v : v

Card nodded. I VouHat

hav nf It m weTL" c-

He was ther later on that
same afternoon when the front
door Opened and Kurt came into

the house,

VALLEY would rise hastily

from the chair where she was sit

ting and -try to slip out, and he
would sten in her way. his hand

out to detain her. And they would

stand for a long minute, looking
at each .other looking and look

ing, and' looking...

Nan in that one minute

when I razed at Kurt and knew

that I still loved him, that he still
loved me in that aame minute

Nan changed from the Bister I

had loved since babyhood and be

came no longer my sister but an another
other another woman, the 'other- woman,

who d stolen my man. I. was jeal jealous
ous jealous of Nan. I wanted to hurt her,
and I knew that Z would hurt her.
'remember that whole long
night., 1 couldn't Stay in bed. I
got tip -tod went to Jjhe window,
watched the moon path on the
river, watched th stars wheel
up the sky and start down again.
And as diwn began .to burn in
the pale sky I mad a desperate,
determined vow to this time time-know
know time-know my 4ove and to have itv
She- sat silent, and Garde
thoueht she would ssr no more.

Gut. sooa she sighed heavily, her

breath almost a sob in ber throat.
"I knew what I was doing, Garde.
I knew what it meant and would

mean. I knew that I should re

pack .my bags and take the next
plane out. 2 didn't do it. I stuck

around. X :' "'-
VTO tl CONTINUED
.v.NIXT WIIK)

By "WILLIAM C, SEXTON -i (

LONDON Aug. 3 (UP) -'the

West has offered to open all of

tne united states, western Europe

and Canada to Soviet air and
ground inspection if Russia will

permit the West to inspect all So

viet territory, sateuies included,
First Soviet reaotion was chilly.

Secretary of State John Foster

Dulles persmnally presented the
sweeping- new "open, skies' aerial
inspection program-for preventing
surprise attack at the five-power
London disarmament conference conference-It
It conference-It included original Soviet propos proposals
als proposals for ground inspection, . r

tovlet -delegate Valerian Zorin

was '.higrly; critical in his first

comments on. the.? b r o a d. ;blan

which .went far beyond any -other

proposal lor insuring adherence to

any disarmament agreement. i

Speaking after Dulles at the one

hour and 45-minute meetine. zorin

insisted that suspension of nuclear
tests should take precedence over

inspection. He condemned some

features of the Dulles plan which

an is NATO nations agreed on.

but he promised to study it care-

fuly.'-' . v .i '-';.v

Officials said Dulles -considered

Zorin's reaction "no mora nega

tive than expected.' .-.

Meet Again Toetday -.
No finalv Russian decision was

expected on the program for sev

eral week s. U.S. disarmament

dSV 4Z 1'S Stb .Si "O dV

delegate 'Harold Stassen was to
expand on plaa at the next
c o Ai e r e n e e sesion Tuesday.
Dulles left for home aboard a U.S.
Air Force transport after confer confer-ring
ring confer-ring with Stassen, at planeside.
As outlined, by Dulles," th6 plaa
offered Russia optional programs ;
from a maximum. includinsc all

the home territory of ail the coun-

tries fcvoIve4,to ai"nore imit(. I
zoncvof. inspection. J ....- UK v I
sTbO plan went -"much wfurtlw p

uiu- mai ciivisagtu uy rresiuent
Eisenhower ; in his 'open". skies"
proposal of July 21, 1955,'' at the
Geneva summit conference,
Tri main, proposal comprises all

of Canada, the-United States ad

Russia with the- ineliwuon- of Can Canada
ada Canada V; a major concession -on tha
part of the West.'1 Previous nlans

covered only -Russian and United
States .territory. V '-v.'-Zi. ..- ,
-Should Rijssli object to such a
large area, the jIan includes an -"accordion"
1 system for; reducing
the zone in size. ... -yf j.
. Saucer-Shaped "Are c
It could be reduced to a saucer
shaped area in the 'Arctic Circle

covering sections: of Canada Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, Greenland; Northern Norway
and Arctie Russia including part
of tre Kamchatka Peninsula

which points towards Alaska. The
Kurile Islands of the Soviet Union

above Japan also-would be includ included
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