The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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CLEAN'S UF IN NEW JOB Ex-Army Ma, Edgar C.C E. Powell,
the "prize" ia whatmay be the hiost unusual circulation pro promotion
motion promotion stunt of all time, obligingly washes little Terry Hewitt
as the child's mother lookr on- in London. A .London newspa newspaper
per newspaper announced, a -WW contest, the first prize of which was Po Powell.
well. Powell. "Win this, man!" the paper urged, "He will do anything
for you but it must be legal." The paper's advertising depart department
ment department said it would announce contest rules soon.

Nobles More 'Confident' Now .

Scandal Tale

On Britons Swi

LONDON", Au(r. 17 (UP) Twenty-eijht folders containing
allegations .against 'many of Britain'! most famous nobles were
stolen yesterday front Confidential Marasine's London, office, it
was revealed today. "- - , ,' ; -.
Th.- aniitiinitmnf. tva irtadft "hy nublicist Chris Barnett,

. .. wh. shares, tjoffiitblicbael Mordaiiat.SmJtb,
tial'!.Enl f VLl X t&i&L LuWimwa deelopmenTfof

with JAmes Crair,-who testified

reen, O Hara's iiiegea lovermaHing jn urauman s ininese xaea-

iarnett said i he discovered
e tneit wnen .ne miiYtu t
the office Vesterday morning-
"J noticed the, lowest, drawer
nf th -'four-drawer ining caw
Pk was onen and the drawer
PtnDtv." hft said." I knew that
in this drawer. Mordaunt-Smith
stored carbon- copies m mn mn-vits
vits mn-vits upon which Confidential
and Whispar magazine-scandal
stories are .based. ':'
"Many came from girls ; who
were iiged by mm jop vomi vomi-dential;
dential; vomi-dential; exposes," Barnett iaid.
Police are Investigating, ;
t. Hallvwood. meanwhile, the
criminal libel trial' of Confiden Confidential
tial Confidential and Whisper magazines
recessed tor the weekend, today
US Business Facing
'Buyer Resislance' -Due
To High Prjces
r WASHTNGTON.' Aug.-17 (UP)
j-Ctovernment-economists report
signs that Americans are put putting
ting putting up greater sales resistance
to high prices. -. : .-'"
The observation wa .made In
commerce Department "'re "'re-oort
oort "'re-oort ': showing r '.that s business
continued to boom during July.
Tho report. Issued last night,
. estimated that '-the gross na national
tional national product the cation' to total
tal total output of goods and 'et-
rate of S434500.000.0M at the
" close of the.yeAr'J second quar
ter on:June" 30. ; :v
This was five billion dollars

- hleher 1 than in the January

March tjuarter and $23,500,000
abov,e the. second. quarter lat
-year. ;f ."r,
The department saia, now now-ever,
ever, now-ever, the risa "seems to have

- been associated with Increases
- In prices; Vm

' The Commerce Department
said that? on the basis, of July
figures, lhe. .estimaied annua1
was at aa all-time high of
rata cf income- of Americ"
$345,500,000. V -V
' The department isaw signs
that Americana are; showing
greater buyer resistance to high
prices in the fact that business
Inventories -continued to rise in
the second quarter, despite a
recent trend by-industry to -Void
-over-stocking.". -J.
Egypt Delivers

, CAmorAng: -"IT tUP) Egypt
has delivered another group of
V.. aircraft to Saudi Arabia under

( the provisions of the 1956 Joint

- firirr'TacL. cairo Kaouo reDon-i

File

pea

yesterday about actress Mau
with some movie stars seeing
little hope of avoiding embar embarrassment
rassment embarrassment in forthcoming testi testimony.
mony. testimony. s
r The defense opened its case
yesterday by taking testimony
from Craig, 27, a former thea theater
ter theater ; manager, about a "cud "cuddling",
dling", "cuddling", incident involving film
star Maureen- 0"Hara and an
unidentified escort.
Craig testified that the
story published in the March,
1957, issue of Confidential a a-boiit
boiit a-boiit alleged misconduct., of
Miss O'Uara in a theater was
true.
Miss O'Hara denied the storv
snoruy aiier us puDncatlon and
suea the magazine.
Defense attorneys nut Craig
on wie tana in an attempt to
prove that articles printed by
tne magazines about the nri
vate lives of celebrities are true
and published without malice.
Craisr said he told the stnrv
to Confidential because he did
not think the alleged behavior
was proper in such a DUblic
place. He said he received a
$200 check for giving the in
formation to Confidential even
though he had. not asked for
any money.
Mordaunt-Smith, 30, anoth another
er another defense witness, identified
himself as a newsman from
London who had served con confidential
fidential confidential as its European cor-
respondent.
" He said he had checked out
between 700 and 800 stories for
truth and accuracy before sub submitting
mitting submitting them for publication
He testified that only about 50
had been accepted and -said
Confidential publisher Robert
Harrison bad warned him that
"if there is anv doubt about the
truth of the try, let It go."-

Twist For; Dog Days Finds France On Honor System;
Sunflower Seeds,- Strafdsphere Series Titivate US

y- ;i doc qui so :
'-'NEW YORK (UP) ntful
thougms for dog days:' s
. Ah, the French. Tbey t are a
mighty race. Tbe people of Paris
will be put oa the hoaor system
in aute parking, come October.
The driver will be his wa park parking
ing parking meter. . .' . :
A dispatch from Pans says tbe
police will require' each motorist!
driving into tbe crowded central;
part of the city to carry a parking1
control card which he mast paste
to the windshield when he parts.
Tnea h l turn a little knob wkkh
indicates rirte of arrival, and that;
automatiealiy will set a pointer
showing whtn ha time is op.
And what if a driver is in
clined te fudje aad set tbe park-

HERSHEY HEROES PARADE THROUGH

THE CONQUERING HEROES from Hershey will ride through Panamd City 'and the Canal 'Zone today
following their 3 p.m: arrival at Tocummt. airport. The Isthmian Teenaqe baseballeri who beat the United
States' best in the VFW Teenage Tournament will be met at Tpcumen by Canal Zone Gov. William E. Pot Potter,
ter, Potter, representatives of Panama's President Ernesto dela Guardia Jr. and the commander in chief, Carribean
Command, Lt. Gen. Robert H. Montague, an Army brass band, cameramen, radio microphones, and even par
ents yet. After a short ceremony at which VFW department commander Alb'm Krankowsky will be among the
speakers, the Hershey Hustlers will be loaded ino convertibles tor their triumphal ride through the towns
which are so proud of their victory ' ,,v'.;:
rwiOfi the unbeaten team are Frank Ammirati, Doug Chass'm, Eddie Corrigan, George Cotton, Terry DeTore,
Joseph Garcia, Carlos Kaimco, Jeff Kline, Keith Kulig, Bryan Lutz, Chico Martin, Johnny Morgan, Gary Ness,
Dick Scott and Richard Virtus. :

Lov-Cosl Housing
Plan Hoi Yei OK'd
By Parent Union
The American Federation of
State, County and Municipal
Employes, AFL-CICy is waiting
for the development of detail
ed plans on a low-cost prefabri
cated housing program before
giving1 final approval to- the
plan for Panamanian employes
of the union. 1
William vH. Sinclair, Interna
tional representative of the
AFSCME, said he had received
word from the union's i Wash
ington office to the effect that
the AFSCME has not yet made
any commitments tQfr invest in
the housing program, for mem members
bers members of Locals 000 attd 907.
Sinclair ; said thft letter,: from
Henry T. Wilson, ssistant to
AFSCME president Arnold S.
Zander, declared that "inter
national officers were Wghly
more detailed plans d e i o r e
making any move to implement
the plan.
According to the letter re
ceived by Sinclair Zander has
assigned administrative Vice
president Milton Murray and
general counsel James Carroll
to work with representatives of
Trans American industries,
Inc.. "in developing the de
tails" of the low-cost housing
plan or Panama workers.
Sinclair said a "large num
ber'- of the employes of the
Canal Company, the. U.S. Arm
ed Forces and other non-U. 8.
government agencies' will prob
ably take advantage of the plan
when it becomas enecuve.
Medico Accused
Of Making Truth
Serum Advances
TULSA Okla.. Aug. 17 (UP)
A nrominent : Tulsa physi.
clan, married and the father
of two children. Was accused
tnrtaw of ivln "truth serum
td his women patients and
then assaulting them '. after
they had lost their will to re resist.
sist. resist. County Attorney 3. HowarB
Edmondson, 1 calling the case
the "most bizarre" he ever In Investigated,
vestigated, Investigated, said he will search
for more alleged victims of Dr.
John Richard Jthine, 35.
Rhine, a general practitioner
and graduate of the Oklahoma
University Medical School,
pleaded- Innocent when ar arraigned
raigned arraigned before Common Pleas
Judge Paul J. Walker Jr. Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. He was ordered held with
out bond pending preliminary
hearing; Aug it.- r 1
tag time forward a bit ? Tie sad
tush, Jacques, old boy, that
would a oe piaying nir wua uc
gendarmes. t
U this system works, tbey aay
pragrcs to having housewives
wear little cards showing at
month's end how much they've
bought at the grocery, er traia
riders wear crda saying 1 got
a ,L
In fighting la remote, romaattc
Oman breugnt soma sraBge aew
names into the papers, such as
the town vfi Izi. h is just as well
that th brawl whizzed through In
fast "that the headline writers
didat have a chance to start call calling
ing calling the inhabiunls luarda." ..
Aad speskifii of asmes. Qui efh

President, Asked To Explain
Proposed Manpower Cut

WASHINGTON Aug. 17 (UP)
Several Democratic senators
called on President Eisenhower
yesterday to explain whether the
international situation Justifies
Defense Secretary Charles E.
Wilson's contemplated military
manpower jCuts.. t T1
Sen. Stuart Symington ,tD-
Mo.), a frequent critic of adminr
tstratlon defense policies, said
tha move did not seem to be in
line with Eisenhower' state
ment in Mar that "any cuts
would be foolhardy and against
the national security."
Wilson told a news conference
yesterday j that the Armed
Forces may b sealed down te te-2,500,000
2,500,000 te-2,500,000 men by mid-1959. This
would be 300)000 below current
Atomic Carrier
WASHINGTON (VP) The
Navy tody assigned construction
of its first atomic-powered air
craft carrier, an 85.000-ton giant
to Newport News, Va. Shipbuild
tug tug uryavKK -o. ..
The Navy said that the ship to
be the largest ever built, was
awarded to Newport News with
out bids but the award is "sub
ject to acceptable contract
negotiations."
The Navy disclosed plsns for
building the 314-million-doilar ship
in announcing the major part of
its $1,584,000,000 shipbuilding and
conversion program lor xiscai
1958.
The carrier will be powered, by
eight atomia reactors and .will he
completed in 1961.
Other new Navy construction
also was' announced by Navy sec
retarv Thomas S. Gates Jr.
The atomic-powered carrier will
displace 25,000 tons more uian tne
Forrest al class of 60,000 "-' ton
super-aircratt carriers present
giants cl the se six of which
have been built or ordered. The
atomic carrier will be 1,088 feet
long compared with 1,046 feet lor
the longest of the Forrestai class.
The JNavy iooks to me atomic
earner to form tne nucleus ot
atomic-powered task forces that
can remain indefinitely at sea
They will be able to carry far
more fuel for their aircraft than
conventional ships, which' use
much of their cargo capacity to
carry their own fuel.
City Shook Up
ORLEAN3VILLE, Algeria, Aug.
17 (UP) An earth tremor
shook this city for eight seconds
Thursday night. There were no
reports. or casualties or serious
damage.
tha eioak-and-daiaer' man. Boris
Morros, u th ear-catchingest to
turn uo since Spyros Skourss;
They're both movie men. if they
ever got together i" busmeas, the
firm name would have rhythm.
Monit-Skouras, or maybe evea a
chummy Boris-Spyros, Inc. :
v -- ". ;
Sunflower seeds lav htossomed
out recently as energy food. Mur Murray
ray Murray Rose, the Auiualian twim twim-ming
ming twim-ming t h a m p ie a, and Enot
Slaf hter. ie 41-year-old wonder
of major lergu baiebail, both say
they t them. Asked if he ever
heard f a sunflower diet, the guy
at the Bert dek said he hiaa't;
eve thoucht of the things ace
threw away his AM Leaooa

uinrs

strength and 200,000 below the
goal recently set for next Jan.
1.

The move was the latest in a
series of actions taken by Wilson
m his economy drive.
Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont)
a member of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee and acting
senate Democratic leader, said
he hoped the administration was
"not sacrificing our security in
the name of economy."
Mansfield said he wondered
how useful it was to continue
disarmament negotiations with
Russia. The United States has
proposed that both American
and Russian military forces be
cut back to 2,500,000 men as a
"first step" disarmament onove.
fit appears to me we are dis
cussing disarmament; on multi-
ronZiiiii
Sen' Francis Case (R-SD), like
Symington a member of the
Armed Services Committee, said
"the sheer fact of the cut is not
disturbing" but he said "we'll
certainly want to know how the
cut Is to be made among air,
ground and naval forces."
Sen. Henry M- Jackson (D (D-Wash.),
Wash.), (D-Wash.), also, a committee mem member,
ber, member, said the-cuts Indicated by
Wilson show "We have a real
state of military bedlam and
chaos" In the Pentagon. He said
the repeated announcement of
cuts "is wrecking the morale ofj
the Defense Department."
Pennsylvania
Tries Ousting
- LEVITTOWN, Pa., Aug. 17 (UP,)
A oetition was circulated in
this community today in hopes
of ousting the first Negro family
to.purcnase a nome nere.
The petition resulted from a
meeting of some 600 residents
last night at which reports were
received that William Myers jr.,
intended to stay despite protests.
Myers, vlsiung nis parents in
York,. Pa., said he would move
hack into the house when a hot
water heater is installed. He has
not occupied the house since he
moved in Tuesday, when two
windows were shattered during
a demonstration.
"Nothing whatever will prevent
me from living in the house,"
Myers said. "I bought the home
and I intend to live there."
The petition said the residents
of Levittown "protest the mix mixing
ing mixing of Negroes in our previously
all-white community.
"As moral, religious and law.
abiding citizens, we feel that we
button ia IMS.
New Yorkers are finally accept accepting
ing accepting the notiu that the end of this
baseball sessoa may b goodby to
tbe National League, what with
th Giants aad Dodgers flirting
fervently with Saa Franciac and
Los Angeles. This also would end
forever aiore the possibility of a
"Subway Series," with two New
York clubs meeting la th fall.
However, all ia not lost for
phrase-loving porta writers. Vo Voder
der Voder the aew set up there alwsys
could be the possibility of a eoatt-to-coJrt
World Series. With high-;
attito jet plaaes coming ia, a1
strstosrhere series" may be Junt
arouad. the corner ia th aporU,

page. y-

TOWN TODAY

US-Soviet
Radio Swap
Seems
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)
t Officials were optimistic to today
day today that Moscow win agree to
moves to swap, radio and tele television
vision television delegations next month.
If talks are held on exchang exchanging
ing exchanging radio-TV experts, chances
will be vastly improved for a
followup American-Soviet agree agreement
ment agreement for a periodic exchanges of
radio and TV broadcasts. These
would be special 1 programs as
well as repeats of some popular
American and Soviet programs.
The State Department late
yesterday handed 4he Soviet
Embassy an outline of a tw6 s.ep
to ease rEast-
iaa to ease Tsast-west tensions
locue. -uncen
sored and reciprocal -'exchange
of experts and broadcasts. The
plan calls for:
"Holding of U.S.-Soviet talks
"Immediately" to a arrange ex
change visits by four or five ra
dio and television experts of each
country.
Talks in October to arrange
exchanges of radio and TV
broadcasts. The united States
some ..time ago suggested swap
of 30 minute radio and TV pror
grams monthly. Now, however,
officials said "we hope to do bet
ter than that.
s Levitfown
Negro
are unprejudiced and undiscrlm-
inatlng In our wish to keep our
community a closed community
...to protect our own interests,"
It said.
James NewelL a leader of the
newly-formed Levittown Better Betterment
ment Betterment Association, said thi group
nopes 10 gee tne signatures of 51
per cent of K the community's
home owners on the petition,
A quiet crowd of 250 persons
gathered last night for s the
fourth consecutive night In front
of the Myers home, which was
Suarded -by state and local po porn.
rn. porn. There was no violence,
-

CIVEV TIME TO GET LAWYER Accused Russian spy CoL
Rudolf Ivanovlch Abel (left) leaves Federal Detention. House
In New York to go to th U.S. District Court In Brooklyn for a
hearing. Federal Judge Matthew Abruxao gav Abel time to ob obtain
tain obtain a. lawyer to dstend him aainst espionage charges, v

Fun-loving

priggish Schoolgirl
.a'; .... i, , i't .":,':

Challenge

X4ILAN, Italy, Aug. 17 (UP) The Hon. Antony
Moynihan, fun-loving heir of a British baron, has aefcept
ed an Italian's challenge to fight a -duel for the honorlof
a lady Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
, Moynihan said he would take Maj. Renato Marmirol
up on the challenge he issued to Lord Altrinchamwha
said last week that the Queen is a "priggish schoolgirl'!
whose speeches give him "a pain in the neck," ;A
-While I cannot say that I agree with everything Lord
Altrinchman has said I nevertheless. feel it my duty to
offer satisfaction to Signor Marmiroli," Moynihan said;
"At the same time, I would like to stress that it is

ony my extremely democratic nature that enables me to
cross swords with a commoner.., t--:-

"1 am eoually happy
about
swords or pistols. '''
"I am taking up the chal challenge
lenge challenge because as a British citi citizen
zen citizen I am prepared to defend
Lord Altrlncham's right of free,
speech to the death Marmir Marmir-oli's
oli's Marmir-oli's death of course."
WriteChargel
.:'t?.' Li-f "I2:i1 .;hJ
Cruelty By rpHce
In French Algeria
PARIS, Aug 17 UPK,t;t
well-known writer who recently
toured Algeria charged today
SBrS SCee-
arrested In .roundups or.toye
r. released unme
SSIS. Martin said. "Others
! .!u,Th. for trial. . but po-
lew'soTdiers hold many sua sua-i,.
i,. sua-i,. for days, weeks and even
month without notifying any anyone
one anyone in authority. lnir
"Sometimes the fluestloning
ls so harsh that the victim dies
of it. or in wme
prisoner wno e"CD. "d
S.al cannot be Allowed to live
to tell the tale. In either case,
he disappears without leaving
trace.
sometimes a brief note
states that he has escaped, or
committed suicide, or that he
has been 'shot wniie trying w
escape.'"
Something Fishy
DETROIT, Aug. 17 (UP) Po Police
lice Police todav looked for a nature
lover who prowled around Denby
High School. The thief Thursday
stole a small aquarium. 10 gep-
ples. a batch of seaweed ana
half a dozen snails.
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Heir Accepts;

by Italian
1
Meanwhile in London lord,
BeaverbrooK's Daily Express to-
day called for abolltloQ of the
House of Lords.
The mass-circulatioit newspa-j
per said recent attacks, on th
Queen by young peers of the
realm made it clear that "the
(aristocracy via now a -liability'
to the nation.' ,L .'
"The'aris.tocracy it n lnstltii-4
tioa -which, n longes counts fa
tn. -community Vit i6li n"
"Its poimcai expression, the

House of Lords, should be abol j

Recalling the attack, s on r the
Queen and her court by 33-year-old,
Lord Altrincham and then
by 20-year-old Lord Londonder
ry, the Express said: v T
"Lord Londonderry remind
the public that young men who
inherit famous names do not
necessarily inherit the quality of
their ancestors.1
Bill Graham Hears
How Woman Turns
Good Samaritan
NEW YORK (UP Biflv Cra
ham learned last mgnt how
Lone Island housewife turned
good Samaritan to lead man.
at his spiritural rope's end and a' .;
number of teen agers to-God.
A few weeks ago, Mrs.: Merrill
Gardner of Flushing, N. Y. ans-.
wered a knock at her jdoor,- $h
was a bit frightened when in
saw a dirty, disheveled, unshaven ;
man who had obviously been
drinking. r J
I need money had." h told
her. ''I've been robbed and beat :
en up." vvJf.'t
Money wont helo vou. Mra
Gardner said practically, puLJe puLJe-sus
sus puLJe-sus Christ will.'' v
She invited the- man to mik
himself comfortable in th back;
yard and fixed turn some tomato
juice and coffee: Later sh gav
him lunch and told him he' ought
to come with her family to hear
Billy Graham that night :
Mrs. Gardner's husband treated
the unexpected visitor to a clean
shirt and a shave, and th mi.
went with the Gardners to hear
Graham in Madison SquaroT Gr
He was deeply moved by Gra -ham's
sermon, so much so, in
fact, that he returned th next
night Graham called on his listen-
ers to record ,y "decisions for
Christ" a4 tbe man stepped for
ward.", -r . -a ...
The story doesnt end there. Th
new convert was so nthuaiasU
about his new spiritual conditio
that he persuaded four teen-af eri
he thought seeded help ie com'
with him to 4be Garden.
Eventually, all lour of ti
youths made "decisions' and to
getber'they rented a bua an 1
brought 50 of their friends to th
Garde. They are- now working
with a Baptist Church ia Coroe. i.
N.Y.. to bring still more grouj s
of teea-gers to hear Graham.
Aad that was bow en woman's
concern for a man alone led hint
and many others to. what all oC
them art sure is a clown? U-'
God. . 4
BALBOA TIDES
. MONDAY, ArG. II
Ml sLssw '. i-M ajn.



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rtlE artriTOAX AlIEItRrite.
SUNDAY, AUGUST It. ml
Half A Column
7.
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by CREDE CALHOUN

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I"JtEPING THE RECORD STRAIGHT
The deadttest denizen of Cartoonist Al (Li'l Aimer) Capp's
.iilsoKlerly world is tha Lower Slobbovian Bald Iggle, the gentie gentie-ftooking
ftooking gentie-ftooking bird that fixes a maddening, sad-eyed state upon any any-vt)?dy
vt)?dy any-vt)?dy who tells- a lie. If Lower Slobbovia really existed and the
"US needed an ambassador there. Washington would do well to
'tend Manhattan Dress Merchant Maxwell Henry Gluclc, Of all
;he fqfeign diplomats in Lower Slobbovia, Max luck .alone wourt
'Je soonest that he would ruainto iV0: teouwith Bald Iggles.

Btft after Dwight Eisennower nameq jmwcu vw

"ls amUssadorto 7eal-Tife ceylonGlucrs guileless honesty ap,
iffJfftobettSBSTof a unique advantage, handicap on the
area w u. vu. w Har. He embarrassed .t the

jprder 01 Kiepi
I tAdministratioi
the U.S. press,

;m himseii w.aur irTTSrEn relations Committee,

ense? "e. not wonounce the name of In-

Voni nr st. Vitus? dance. He embarrassea ti e

f TO,rHarj3K5r4 was owe oi-

U v

Mfzf Gay nor Alias Nellfe Forbush

To Get Prize Role She Washed

3 reTse that U could
idgeway:Dia Bandarnaike) A. n j,.
f . ;v,- v..i. ".inoiico hnnpstv' mentioned above,

, J First lei Krprdent Msenhower and Sec-,

, mcn nas oeen ".grity as though it is a quality But behind the song's zippy, sud-
Vetary of State Mies as mwgriy, dlplomatic ,sy lyrics is 4 backstage Hollywood

jfieiapm rvther choice? Just how could ne story i won't be able to get outa

.irvice. Did Gluck nave any vm "'"'r.i T rv nf fcnowl-

ftave deceived the inquiring ;.SenBio r

iidee of the Prime Mincers Vx J' Q

, i: n,- miocflnn of tne

; ion?nc of Their names wlthouChowever; revealing that

e knew now to misyiimuu" ......... . ,h
g The Time writers emphasize InomctaUDO, : LrfV?
Whine difficult about pronouncing: Nehru, the name, oi ine

ft it is apparent from readfng'the transcript of the hearing
" that G uckPd?d n6t know the name of the Prime .niter of
it , -r-inUr if hp had known it or even heard it, li ne is
(fcSSrt PSt 2S!liS. he is he .wouldn't -have
ieSLwdtoRSkWun'the Bald Iggle; certainly Gluck could not
iLttt'tta'pSS Minister was Mammy Yokum of
fyK be sure that if Senator Fullbright had asked Gluck
bout (Nasrullah," he would have got the family tree and the
Sana and records of some of that distinguished sire's most suc suc-Sul
Sul suc-Sul nWny. One can't keep upon the charts of four or five

if j i vnt tho TiniT.en Nations ituuiv J"

...aace uacKs ana -, --t dlstlnEUishe(i breed

fSommuniSI airuaura iu

. By ERStffNE JOHNSON J

HOLLYWOOD (NIU&):.?1rVhena.vnop as Wnslsrh,

weiue rorDusn sings "im uonna wash That .Man Right Outa
My Hair" in the $5,000,000 f Urn-Version of the fabulous "Seuth
Pacific," she will be a captive, along with, audiences, in tJxe
romantic tropical web spun by Richard Rodger 'and Oscar Ham-

years duririg which she wa, cast
in only ne minor B film wlu
people were', saying :
fShe's. through as -.'.bif. time
star she's, had it." ;
5 The slump in Mitzi' career can

be blamed m I number, of things,
including .Mitsi, who exploded on
the screen fortSie .first time with
energy, vivacity and a 300 'watt
smile.. In 1951 the; movies were in
the doldrums. The nation was
starting on a TV jag and Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's new look of the present

was oniy a contused stare jn the
eyes of tired, out of step studio

executives wno today nave been re
tired.

in two mms, zippy, jet pro
pelled Mitzi of the "live modern"
look was cast as long foreotten.

one-cyunaer vaudeville stars. She
was Lotta Crabtree, the saloon
glamour girl of the 1849 California
gold rush in "Golden Girl," It was
a lotta waste of celluloid. Modern
moviegoers didn't remember Lot.

ta and even Mitzi's sparkling danc-

ing, oasea on oauet training since

sne was eigne, couldn't save the

dox omce.

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It's the story of a .sleek, serene
25-year-old girl named Mitzi Gay Gay-nor
nor Gay-nor who had to wash a voluble',
volafillp girl named Mitzi Gerber
right outa her hair.
It's the story of Mitzi' Gaynor,

the girl Hollywood voted most un
ljkely to win the prize role of Nel
lie Forbush in the fierrest compe

tition between rival actresses (Do

ris Day, Jean Simmons, Ginger

noeers ana outers; in iura casnug

history

1r "ZS wV7Sr,i th. Cartoonist Al (Li'l Abner)

im jubi a. m"-" -- v,ij

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Capp's Lower Slobbovian Bald Iggle,, tne gepue

Swould have fixed on the writers oi nme i . .V"",!'
itng. sad-eyed stare that it turns upon anybody that teU e.
. Sow. If you haven't lost the Star & Herald of Aug 10 Hok it up
' ind read Walter Lippman's piece, "Mr. Gluck s Quiz Test.
jT President Eisenhower says that Gluck was recommended to

film Dy a numuer ui vicukic -
Jtjheir names, which is his privilege
A3 But Drew Pearson reports that one of the recommendations
- &me from Senator Ives of New York whose brother Is In the
f4' dress business with Gluck. Gluck has a luxury apartment
- KTpark Avenue, but he had claimed Ohio as his state residence.
However when neither of the Ohio Senators (who probably
St. tmtmeted I by President Elsenhower, because one is Brick Brick-SJrVnd
SJrVnd Brick-SJrVnd tht Mother is a Democrat) would recommend Gluck. the
EttngeThis residence to his blue grass breeding farm.
' iff Thus, according to Scotty Reston of the New York Times,
aJecomhiK "Mr. Gluck of OI' Kaintuck.
4 Then the Kentucky Senators, who are respected by the i Pres-
iflent d toe familiar with the' names of, the Prime Minister
8 SSb and 1 Ceylon, came across with the necessary spdn-
HsD rfi llifltJ
7t rffi pf Gluck's prime qualifications, according to President

JSiseWwer. is that ne is a successiui pusua
PresfflEflt hasn't been given due credit in selecting a manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer and distributor of ladles' dresses as Ambassador to
M-evlon. There, if one can believe the pictures in the National
geographic Magazine and Lifethe ladies don't wear, well even

Bras, roucn. less styiisn cocniftu uicmco.
They have been the despair of the missionaTje,s and the de de-Jflght
Jflght de-Jflght of the tourists for years.
It' will just about ruin the National Geographic and Life and
fiie totrfist trade tn Ceylon, if Gluck puts all the Ceylonese Jadle
PXo Mi "Darling Dress Shop" dresses. ,,v
.. ti . '. t. V."

It's the story of a scatterbrained
bongo7happy girl bom Mitzi Ger

ber, one time kiddie dancer and
musical comedy ballerina, who

was caught in a sticky Hollywood

web because, she told me:

"They called me a movie star

but I wasn't a human being. I was

like a Meglin kiddie who had nev

er grown up. Then I did a lot of red

hot living. I was the late, late

show at every Hollywood party.

dancing to bongo beats that got

; faster and faster. At one time I

weighed 150 pounds and I was fat

m the head, too. I wasn't a profes professional.
sional. professional. I was. just a performer performer-sort
sort performer-sort of a c6urt jester who made
faces and tried to be funny and
clever all the time."
The news that Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein had se selected
lected selected tall and slender Mitzi Gay Gaynor
nor Gaynor to follow in Mary Martin's
celebrated footsteps for the film
version of "South Pacific" gave
Hollywood its biggest double take
in years.
"Mitzi Gaynor?," stars, agents
and producers gasped. "The dan dancer
cer dancer who sings a little? The on and
offstage let's laugh-it-up-girl"

Unawar that 1957's Mitzi Gay Gaynor
nor Gaynor had washed a 1950 girl named

Mitzi Gerber out of her hair, Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood remembered her zoom to
stardom, in 1950-'51 when she ap appeared
peared appeared in six, million-dollar-plus
movies--and the two following

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MITZI PICKED THIS PHOTO for, Erskine Johnson to show
off her "Nellie Forbush" haircut 22 inches above forehead,
V2 inches in back, 1 inch at nae of neck It's lightened, too.

In the seme yar. 1951. she nlav.

ed the title role of another musty

vauaevme gn.ost, tiva languay, in

ine i jjon t uare G1H" and

again audiences didn't care. Mit

zi's photo in a costume of nude net.

some sequins and a lot of black

feathers appeared in all the news newspapers
papers newspapers and magazines, but not too

many people fappeared in theaters

to see the film.

For two years Hollywood nut

Mitzi on the shelf except for one

B movie. But in 1954, her bubbly
personality, long, classy stems and

perky face so weH charged lip the

miTic, &ic,c iiv vuuaiiieaa tfAKm
Show Busines," that she stole

most of the notices from fellow

stars Marilyn Monroe, Dan Dailey.

Ethel Merman and Donald O'Con

nor.

It was just like show business.

too.

Her studio.TWHh Centurv Fox.

trapped by TV competition and e e-ctfnomic
ctfnomic e-ctfnomic retooling for its present
new iook, had fired Mitzi with four
years yet to go on her contract

even before the fdm started. It
was her last movie at the studio

which had tigged her for bis time

stardom only three years before

and where she is now playing the

roie oi ner uie.
Even In "There's No Business
Like Show Business" there was
casting office confusion about Mit Mitzi.
zi. Mitzi. -In her first role at Fox in
1950 when she was only 18, she
played the slinky other woman in
the hectic domestic life of Dan Dai Dailey
ley Dailey in "My Blue Heaven."
In- the Irving Berlin musical
four years later she played Dan's
daughter! And just prior to this
film, the studio decided she was
non-dancing, non-singing role in a
cheap western titled, "Three
Young Texams." Mitzi looked as
Young Texans." itzi looked as

out of place in the wild west n Bil-

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IN NET, SEQUINS AND FEATHERS, Mitzi Gaynor. played
Eva Tanguay in "The I Don't Care Girl" in 1951. But movie.
. goers didn't seem to care, either, and Mitzi- was shelved.

."But at leastI learned somer

thing I didn't k.n0w," Mitzi
laughs today. "The studio spent
$1,000 teaching me to ride a horse."

Mitzi Gaynor learned a lor oi

other things during T those two

years on Hollywood's "Not Want Wanted"
ed" Wanted" shelf AMost of all she learn

ed to be Mitzi Gaynor instead of

Mitzi Gerber.

Ntxt:

was the girl who wit

ly Graham in Sophia Loren'g arms, 'everywhere every night."

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TEA AND SYMPATHY

CAMP BIERD 0:15 0:15,
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Today Encpnto J5, .20
Pier Angeli In
"PORT AFRIQUE"
In Technicolor
v Phil Carey In
"Shadow On The Window"

Today IDEAL .25 .15
James MacArthur In
"YOUNG STRANGER"
Robert Ryan In
"BACK. FROM ETERNITY"

ppTMftrimAT. products of the olime aforesaid, it

is witn maucious pleasure tnai; a rase, vvk kUA"
of refreshing your jninds (a loosely-used term, if ever I
employed one) as to certain cracks oft-times loosed oil

at Canal Zone kids. f

There are the bleats about the juvenile delinquents
Clubhouse set. Whimpers about girs. who wear jeans
instead of farthingales, -Wails about the menace of Elvis
to civilization democracy, and the Canal Zone way of
life, whatever that may be. t ;
i j -' 'it
These sorrv olaints are lifted on the tropic air by

characters who, so they would like it to seem, have nev never
er never ventured beyond the precincts of their bathrooms,
without fresh celluloid collars orwetystarched wimples.
. a vv i'' .'"
; Let me offer in Tebuttal to!'their"ries, of Tdecay and
dismay the following fifteen arguments: :
Frank Arnnurati;! ., :'r ":
; Doug Chassin; t ; i
Eddie Corrigan;:: ,' .'
." George Cotton;

Terry Detore;
; ; Joseph Garcia;
Carlos Kalmco;
Jeff Kline;
Keith Kulig;
Bryan Lutz;

Chico .Martin;
Johnny Morgan; s
Gary. Ness;
Dick Scott; ''
Richard Vinus.
Just in case vou don't know who is starring in the

main feature on the Isthmus today, these are the juve juveniles
niles juveniles flvlnc in to Tocumen at 3 o'clock this afternoon.

two days after giving Panama and the Zone the biggest

home-grown sporting tnrm in aecaaes.
Some of the players are Panamanians, while several
others who are Americans have Panamanian mothers.
Differences of nationality which from time to time
may snag the single wage scale issue looked mighty tri trivial
vial trivial last Friday afternoon, as the Isthmus felt itself in involved
volved involved in a clif fhanger drama, awaiting word from Her Her-shey,
shey, Her-shey, Pa.
Talk of juvenile delinquency was at low ebb. Any Anyone
one Anyone offering any word oh such a subject branded him him-seld
seld him-seld as a person who did not know one end of a base baseball
ball baseball bat from another, which Friday afternoon was about

as UnAmerican as you could get.

How long Is it since the Isthmus go such a lift in
its hert as it did from the local kids who went Stateside

and despite bouts of sickness, a travel schedule rivalling
that of a one-night stand burlesque show, and more
than two thousand miles between them and home, step

ped out and lambasted the best Stateside teams in the
CFW Teenage Leagues? I(

These dauntless ciant-killers, and their Teenage

buddies who stayed behind, are a menace to our com

munity and its standards? My advise is tnat mere

celluloid collar; and f arthingale leagues this', eekend.V

' A couple of letters to the Mali Box in praisiio the

local kids, instead of forever knocking them would be a

seemly gesture also. Such letters might help the crow,

rest easier in the stomach.

AIR C0IIDITI01IER
- SPECIAL.
PRICES
for direct
shipment
or FREE ZONE
F npiEDIATE
DELTVTRY

VU Epaa Ke. 1 TeL S-I1U

And for those who recognize the Isthmian kids for

the edod bunch they are, could I tecommendi following

the. example of Gov. William E. Potter, who is, getting

himself out to Tocumen this aiternoon to welcome tne
team Which last Friday gave his bailiwick the most ex-

hilirating afternoon and evening it has known since the

General Accounting Office, discovered Balboa. ;" k

' Let 'me f urther Ho suggest that if-, it 'the boys are

(rood enough for Panama's President Ernesto -de la Guar-

dia. Jr., and the Caribbean Command's commander-in-

chief Lt. Gen. Robert H. Montague to send personal rep

resentatives to Tocumen to greet them, it ill behooves
any Zonian to be too proud to travel to the airport, or
at least to line the sidewalk and raise a cheer as the vic victorious
torious victorious cavalcade bearing the players passes through
Panama City and Balboa.
Spare a small toot of triumph too for manager Mol ;
de la Pena, and assistant manager Henry Lutz. Judging
from the reports of successful stealing of second during
the series, I suspect the hoarse exhortations of Mickey

Kiernan were also to be heard around Hershey at the
testing time. : : '::f
While the Hershey tournament was a VFW produc- v
tlon, it is also appropriate remember how the Canal y
Zone came to have a teenage baseball contingent to pick
from in the first place.
Atop the reasons perches Adalbert Fastlich, whose
profound knowledge of baseball lore is such that he is
hard-put to tell you whether a batter heads for first or
third upon belting the balL As he has never managed
to hit a baseball, the problem has not arisen. His con-'
cept of a double play is "My Fair Lady" and "South Pa Pacific"
cific" Pacific" on the same bill i
.
But without the seven-team Fastlich teenage league.

I which he generously stakes on the Pacific side, there

would have been no Panama canal Zone team at Her-
shey. .
. Also there are the Atlantic-side Teenage league
sponsors (one team apiece) Buick, Motta's, CPO and
MRA.
I guess just about everyone's pretty happy about lt
today. v."
It is my hope that when the kids arrive at Tocu Tocumen,
men, Tocumen, the sun is shining as warm as the welcome in the
hearts of the people awaiting them there.
-, As for those who knock today's Isthmian kids, I
hope the rain shrinks their celluloid collar to choking
Giint, and in the case of the ladies, collapses their farth farth-gales
gales farth-gales around their, arid shanks. .f ?:
. PERCY'S PEERLESS portent this week' could come
from nowhere but that 11 run, eight-hit, no error : :-triumph
triumph :-triumph Friday at Hershey, for even if i
1180 t'
does not play at 11 o'clock this morning, it is still1
the Isthmus's winningest number of the weeki



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CANAL ZONE ART LEAGUE
TO HOLD ANNUAL BLALX ARTS. BALL

h V f The anhutl Beaux Arte Bali of the Canal Zone Art Lean
' will take nlace next Saturday evening irom 8 p.m. to 1 in the

. iL. nnf Hnutf

VTt& n Wi and Denim' or "Come

A?You Like."

' Proceeds from the annual Beaux
Art ball are used to provide

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funis for an art scholarship. Five

achelarshipg anq some nei(j ui
leM othera have been given in the
J4 x,the Art League.
fainting by the foremost ar ar-tlsti
tlsti ar-tlsti of the Art League will be
iVn as prizes during the eve evening.
ning. evening. Music will be furnished by
Lucho Azcarraga and his orches orchestra
tra orchestra All the gay and young In
beak of the Isthmian community
rej invited to come and join the
fun 4n5 swirling gingham petti petticoats,
coats, petticoats, jaunty jeans, formal
elolbifti-or whatever they lie.
Admission will be one dollar
Jjet person. Tickets may be ob ob-taned
taned ob-taned from Mr. Otis C. Myers,
ehijrmn of the ball, Balboa 3053,
or jnay be purchased at the door.
Tafie feservations may be made
at Jhe f ivoli, Balboa 2111.
1i

Mr. And Mrs. J. J. O'Donntll
Anneunct Birth of Son
Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Don O'Don-nell
nell O'Don-nell of New Cristobal announce
the birth of their third sou ad

fourth child. Stephen PatriCK, on

August 15 ai the Coco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The, baby's paternal grandmoth grandmother
er grandmother is Mrs. John T. O'Donntll of
Philadelphia, a long time resident
of Balboa, and the maternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. iliiam
L. Wright of Venezuela, formerly
of Panama City.

Gam Night Tonight
At Balboa USO-JWB
Tonight at 8 p.m. the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in

B. lboa will offer for entertainment

and recreation a special Game

Night, v ,y
Individual, couple, and group

games will be offered in: a wide
variety. Besides the usiial bridge.

canssti5 checkers,' and vches.

there will be scrabble, moo'

opoly, Hi-Q, arid' jig-saw puzzles,

and ,aQ tlectrlc baseball Jgame.
Misa Vlana Llvaly 1
Ta Marv Mr. Lao Mclntyro'v

Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Lively of

Coffeyville, Kansas, have announc announced
ed announced the engagement and coming
marriage of their daughter, .Miss
Alene Lively, to Mr. Leo Ar Mc
Intire, son pf Mrs. Blanche A,; Mc Mc-Intire
Intire Mc-Intire and the late Led A. Mc Mc-Intire
Intire Mc-Intire of the Canal ,Zom.
Miss Lively graduated from
Field Kindley High School and will
graduate from Willcrest Medicl
Center School of Nursing in Ua.
Oklahoma, on August 19. -n High
School she wasr active in Sigma JH
Junior Red Cross, Tornado Til Tillies
lies Tillies and the Thespians Kindley
Kavalcade productions. i
Mr. Mclntire was j graduated

from Balboa High School and the
Canal Zone Junior College, He;
served with the 1.Si Arhiy ;tn Ko

rea and is Boto a student in Aero

nautical Engineering at the, Tulsa

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MISS ALENE LIVELY of Coffeyville, Kansas, will become the
, bride of Mr. Leo A. Mclntire on August 24. 1

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Recent pleasant news received from Detroit, Michigan an

nounced the birth of the Edsel. Its parents The Ford Motor
Company has the pleasure in anonuncing s&we to the' public,
and will have it for sale as 1958 Models on. September 4th.
Available thru your local Edsel Foryi Dealer Agencies Cosmos,
S. A. Tel. 2-4721, Panama City or P.O. Box 3252.

Vvrr THE

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PROSPECTIVE BRIDE

and HOME MAKER
May Choose From Our Large Seleclion
Of r,0pen Slock" Patterns.

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Panama city store only Campo Alegre (in front of Hotel El Panama)

University. ..;.

The Wedding will take place next
Saturday at 7:30 in the evening
jn the First Christian Church, Cof Coffeyville,
feyville, Coffeyville, Kansas.
, Mits Mary Rose
Visits Parents
; Miss Mary Rose, daughter and
Mrs. William J. Rose of Balboa,
arrived last week to spend this
month with her parents.
: Miss Rose has been attending
the summer session at Florida
State University, where she is
majoring in 'Music Education,
Chamber Music Program
At USO-JWB Monday,
t A program of chamber music

featuring Eduardo Charpentier, Jr.

and the Woodwind yuintet vviu oe
oresented tomorrow eveninz at

8:15 at the USOJWB Armed Forc Forces
es Forces Service Center in Balboa.

'. Ahjo participating in the pro program
gram program will be Professor Henry Ro

sen, cellist,, and rroiessor uans
Janowitz, pianist."

The Dublic of Panama and tne

Canal Zone and members of the
military and their dependents are

all invited to attend. Admission
will be $1 for adults, fifty csnts

at the U0-JWB, enlisted pejtson-1

nel will be, admitted Jree oi cna,rge..

Columbus Day Ball
Announced By K of C

Panama Balboa Council No. 13-

71, Knights of Columbus, has an announced
nounced announced plans for the annual Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Day Ball, which will be
held at the Union Club on October
11 from 8:30 p.m., to 2 a.m.
Lucho Azearraga nd his orches orchestra
tra orchestra will furnish the- music, and
there will be prizes andniertain andniertain-raent.
raent. andniertain-raent. -Mr. Charles K- DiBella hieen
appointed chairman for this cod coding
ing coding event.
Card Croup To HoM
Moating Thursday r
The Card Group of the Ba'boa
Woman's Club will hold meeting
Thursday at 12:30 at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers Open Mess. .
; It will be a no-hostess dessert,
and anyone planning to attend is
asked to call Mrs; Lois Van Horn
before Wednesday.
Balboa fWoitan; Club X
Dlractors To Mt
A Board of Directors meeting of
the Balboa Woman's Club will be
held on Wednesday at D a.m. at
the home of the president, Mrs.
Albert Saarinea; 1542 -B, M a if g'O
$treet, Balboa. .. . v. ;
All members of the Board are
asked to make every effort to be
present so "that the -plans-'for the
coming year may be discussed
fully.
Nwcomrs Club
Mts At Ft. Gulkk-
Newcomers CIuIk will .meet at
the home of Mrs. John Tanner,
24-B, Ft. Gulick, on Thursday eve-

ning. Mrs. John Seibert will be as

sisting nostess.
Mr. J. W. Limkemann will be

on

guest speaker and will talk

Naval OWeers Wives
Ptair Monthly Lunehobn
The regular monthly luncheon' of
the Naval Officers' Wives' .Club
will be held at 12 o'clock: Tues Tuesday,'
day,' Tuesday,' at the Fort Clayton Officers'
Club. Mr, Fred De V,,Sfll, retir retired
ed retired Director of Admeasurement1 of
the Panama Ooal" Co.,,' will 'i be
the guest speaker. Mr,. Sill now
acts as- commentator on larger
passenger vessels going through
the canal Mr. Sill came to the
Isthmus fifty, years ago and has
become well acquainted not only
with the Cnnal Zone, but also
with the Republic of Panama.
Members are advised that all
reservations !and cancellations
must be made by noon Monday
by calling Mrs. D. A. Myers at
Navy number: 3508.
Miss Marie Charlotte: Hlckey
Marries Jn Michigan V
Miss Made Charlotte Hickey,
daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin and the late Thomas J.

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nic&ey, oeuarae me onae

,hines Art Dealer

)ies In Paris

. paris, Aug: n u-rHFU?":
1 services wlU be held here
Monday :or C. IV Loo, world world-amed
amed world-amed dealer in Chinese art
.Lool'died Thursday at the
Ribes,DeSpranzln Clinic : in Nyon
Switzerland. He was born In i Hon
Chow, China in 1879 and came

Hp lived here thereafter, but
opnSnchofhisParUan

store in new T...
many visits to the United States
durine his lifetime. '
Parts ot his collection are on
display in museums throughout
the world. v

Chuftch of Whltmore Lake, Mich Michigan.
igan. Michigan. The Rev. Asa T, compton

perlotmeo sue. auuuio tns vw.
emony. The church was decorat

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DULUTH, Minn. Mrs.; "Ann
Frombert, 74year-old i w6man

found Thursday after wander

Ing lost in a dense woods, since

Monday:. -T 1 u

"There were times when. J

wished I would die I was sb ;v

frald,' other times I prayed 1
would be found, and it was. my

WA8HINHTON Sen. 'Lister
Hill (D-Ala.) criticizing the
Budget Bureau for cutting fundi

to. light Asiatic nu

"The bureau Is gambllnsr with

the health and lives of ; -ttne
American people. No one can yet

tell how virulent Asiatic flit is,;

BOSTON Mayor John B

Two Aniiriccins Sirfc

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Kicked Oul Of Cuba'

'HAVANA, Aug. 17 : (VP)
Two American citizens brought
froni Miami;' Fla., to train Cuban
rebels in the use of iirearm
have been deported,-; it .was .was-learned
learned .was-learned today. ,l
They were identified as Cha.,
Blalsdell, f Odessa; Tex., and and-Jose
Jose and-Jose Fuetites, a n a turalized turalized-America
America turalized-America .cltisen born 4n Guan-
tannmo, Cuba. "f -.! ;
Blalsdell snd Fuentes were r!
rested in Santiago last Friday i
and held three days for questipn questipn-ing;
ing; questipn-ing; They .were flown to Havana'
early this week and deported lo,1
Miami Wednesday.
Informed sources said the, two!
men confessed they had corns to
Cuba as instructors for the Fidel;

Castro rebel forces.

( 'Turn- Vilarnlana wer- walV.ncr'

ed w7m baskets of white asters trial in Santiago meanwhile"
and ferns, white, candles of, possession of illewf

wcaijui .niiu Mjiuii vj twi;i uti?

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Oerald L;-Trobrldge,- son; of Mr,
ahd Mrs. LewlsiTrobrifleej qt Jo

hannesburg; 'Boothrftirtca; ip,ak-St-take themcross; thelPatl

lovely ceremony jat 4 p.m. Aug.
3 in the Webster congregational

vo cab: nf white asters.

Given in 'marriage by tt- Max
Newman, the bride wore gown
of ivory satin and Chantilly. lace,
focHinnod- with b.. aabrina neck-

line with sequins and pearls.

lon sleeves ahd a full skirt iwim
a chapel train. Her1 lull length
veil was hed by a sequin and
pearl coronot, and she carried a

bouquet oi ivory orcwius
cream roses. A single strand of

pearls, the gift OI tfie groom, was
her only jewelry.
Mrs, Davtd S. Johnstone, sister
of the bride, was, matron of hon honor
or honor h wore a floor 'length gown

Of yellow'tatfeta and nylon net
and matching large brimmed hat
of yellow net. She carried a bou bouquet
quet bouquet of deep yellow roses;
Ronald ishettell,. of Toronto.

Ontario, Canada was best- man.
David S. Johnstone, of Blue
Point, Long Island, brother-in-law
of the bride, was usher. The
bride's mother wore a beige lace
dress with blue accessories." Her
corsage was of Talisman v rose
buds. Miss Mable Jackson, br br-ganist,
ganist, br-ganist, played, the we d ding
marches.
A recencion for 100 guests was

held immediately following the

ceremony at the community
Hall. The hall was decorated
with baskets of flowers and wed wedding
ding wedding bells. The bride's table was
centered with a five tiered wed wedding
ding wedding cake, white tapers in silver
holders and white stephanotis

Mrs. Max Newman; served the

coffee, Dr. Alma Murphy served

the punch, and the caice was
served by-Mrs. Clara Smith; -v :t
' Mr. and Mrs:' Trobridge left on
a week's honeymoon ; trip to
Canada and upon the! rreturn

will go on a world cruise whicn

fic-to their future home In-Johannesburg.
They will. start a

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"A prolohsed strike might well rebels Thy were Russell Free- 1

cause more estamisnments to r...1' rv

close their doors in Boston, with

tne consequent loss in employ'
ment to many of our citizens,!'
' CHICAGO ATTL-CIQ Presi

dent George Meany; in comment
ing on the .P enate Labor Racket

Committee revelations.:
- "A treat many things now be before
fore before the committee are covered
by laws Already on the books,
you donlt have to have new laws
against thievery -and embezzle embezzlement.",
ment.", embezzlement.", 1 t
LONDON Lord Londondsr Londondsr-ry,
ry, Londondsr-ry, 20-year-old Jazz-playing Irish
peer, in supporting recent 'criti 'criticism
cism 'criticism of Queen Elizabeth's, court:

"Only by plain' speaking snd

rutruess-reientiessnass can tne

social squalor of the upperclasses
be removed from the monarchy
and a true democratic monarchy

be raised from the social slough
It has fallen Into." '; e

leisurely four-year cruise in Tro Tro-brldge's
brldge's Tro-brldge's ketch f:J'r'sy --H

. The bride was a graduate of

Baiooa Hwn scnooi. sne receiv

ed her degrees, from Jowa .uni .university
versity .university and-was head Physical
Therapist in 8t. -. Joseph Meroy

Hospital. Pontiac, Michigan,
Mr. Trobridge -left; South Afri Africa
ca Africa four years ago and has trav

eled 22,000 miles lh his 2 masted
ketch ;;They plan on, spending
Christinas in the Canal Zone
visiting the bride's grandmother,

Mrs. A. 'Zltzman and her aunts,

uncles and cttisms, Mr.: and Mrs.

Chas..-HarrisonT-Mr.nars:'
Jack C Randall ;and Mr;i nd
Mrs, D. C. Zltzmari, and Mr. aiid
Mrs. Robt. 5. Knox., , ,

alisjtlt. ri ivi'li ka mwiim r ivwi'-
land Mller. Their trjal as set
fcAlig. 21. l.
f They wereVarrested In the lit-
tie town -of San. Luis,' 35 miles'
from 'Santiago while allegedly
en route ta loin the rebel .
The- American community Hit
Havana last night gave thi new
VS. Amba3sadorj Earl E. ,T,
PmitH, an unofficial vote of coiu
fldence 1A m informal reiept'oit
in his honor In -. the American:
embassv. Tba. Ambassador and

Mrs. smith were applauded when
Introduced to some 600 American
residents. i f i

The, new ambassador has been,
under heavy government prea(
attack .since his arrival last
month for- alleged "interference
In Cuba's Internal affairs
. Newspaper headlines through throughout
out throughout Cuba today were devoted to
reports from Mexico ton the
crushing of a new Cuba-bound
expedition there. Rebel sources
in Havana described the Merl-i
can incident as a serious setback.
The expedition was f alleijsdy to
have been prepared to sit sail
momentarily for si new invasion
of Cuba. .,"5 'ft. -,
Off-Duty Group-:

Study Classes.

Ooen Af Clqytpri:
. The Fort Clayton & Edur'atlon

Center has announced new. off

duty erouo study clalsea tn high

school English and high, school
algebra which will start at 7 p.m.
Monday.

These-lasseaf I wntf mesF every

Monday and Wednesday evening
from 7. untu: fl a m. folright

weeks. - f

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Shew. '-

WEDNESDAY VARIETY NIGHT!
Y exciting new acts at 10 p.m.
- In the Balboa lar!

CLARENCE
MARTIN'S r
Orchestra 4 -laylnr
In the
Bella Vista Room
pint SPARKT and
PLUGGT song and
dane team.

Fknow to enioy our big COSTUME BALL,
. on Satv Aug. 31 in honor of visiting students!
2 orchestras, special acts, prizes!
Entrance $1.49, (2 for $2.96)

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Don't Miss Our Big
COSTUME;-
ball
Sat., Aug. 31
in honor of th- -visiting
students
Christ Church, Colon
6 a.m;, when there will be corpor corporate
ate corporate communion of the guild. This
will be followed by choral Euchar Eucharist
ist Eucharist and. sermon at 9 o'clock, the
special anniversary service at S
in the afternoon, and the closing
service at 7:30 p.m.
Representatives of various! church
auxiliaries and other church units
have been invited to narticioate in
Another anniversary via be ob
served by .the Woman's Auxiliary
or Christ Church By-the-Sea to
morrow,
Services for the day will be cod cod-ducted
ducted cod-ducted by the Rev. J.. Peter Farm Farmer,
er, Farmer, rector of the parish, who will
also. deliver .the- sermons.
The first service will be a cele celebration
bration celebration of. the Holy Eucharist at
the .afternoon service.

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WELCOME i-Xt, Col. Ralph E. Rose (rightj, executive officer, of, 'the Oto Infantry Regiment at Fort Kobbe, welcome 1st
it.' Ralph James (second from right); executive officer of the new 61st Field Artillery Battery and the sergeants in the tear
, to their new outfit. s AH- the enlisted men5 "pictured are iormer members of the 504th Field Artillery. From left to right they

are MSgt, Carrel NV-Granthan, Bgt paui Hi Pooie, sic .KODe rt a. vmMW bic. aamunuo uoraon, bic. jimmy '. uapnaw,
5gt.' Melvia J. Peck and Sfc. William grSchneider. U.S. Army Photo)

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.FIRST. LT. RALPH JAMES (second 'from left), executive off leer of the 61stField Artillery Battery, FortTKobb; explains to

lit. coi. Raipn xi.Kose tieisr,, execuuvetiicer or me twa xa lanify jttegimens ailori' K.oooe, tje nommenciature or the
i405mm howitzer as old members of the 504th Field Artillery Battalion bow -assigned to the 61st, look on. They are (left to
light) MSgt. carrel N. Granthan, Sgt. Paul H. Poole, and SF Cs Melvin'j,:Peckr Edmundo Gordon, Jimmy F. Capshaw (par (partially
tially (partially hidden), Robert B. Cumbie,itnd William C. Schneider. '- (U.S. Army Photo)

(PA-C) The lareest 'toiirut

season' in the history 1 of Latin
America was predicted by Rex
Brake. Vice-President of Traf Traffic
fic Traffic : and Sales for Braniff Air Airways,,
ways,, Airways,, who arrived here Satur Saturday
day Saturday on tour of Braniff'a in-

LCfuaiionai routes.

"We 'feel that the vmr ioo

wUl bring more U.S. visitors to
Latin America than" ever be before,"
fore," before," Brack said. "Based on our
own increase In traffic during
the Writ part of 1957, and proj

ecting tnese lieures into t. h

future, we see an unsure mt

only In tourist travel; but In

vuuiuircuu' tramc as well.''

The Branlff official 1 t.i

aeni oi uie Air Traffic Confer.

ence. composed of all domestic

airnnes in the united -States.
The Organization is the envern.

ing body or traffic within the

u.s. .
"Lower air fares to Latin A
merica. faster and more luxuri

ous planes and an Increase of

tourist faculties in the Latin
American countries have con contributed
tributed contributed greatly to the number
of pleasure travelers who are
choosing South America for
vacations instead of other areas

in the world which before have

been traditionally popular for

nouaay travel," Brack, added.
He 1 pointed out that Branif f
has spent more than one quar quarter
ter quarter of a million dollars in news newspapers
papers newspapers and magazines to tell

the public about Panama and
other Latin American countries
which the airline serves, v

The Branlff vice president

will leave Tuesday for Bogota
which Branlff "is now servine

with three flights weekly.

Brack is well knwon In Pan

ama where he has visited fre frequently
quently frequently since becoming General

Traffic and Sales Manager for
the entire Branlff system in
Feb.1950. He is a University of
Kansas graduate and prior to

joining". Branlff in 1944 was
owner and manager of the Reg-

maid sack insurance and the

Brack Finance Company at

Great Bend, Kansaa.

DORESE..WAITES

SCHOOL of DANCING
Reopening September 5th

J, ..3.-;fy.'V,?i-i.

Classes for
children of
all ages

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Member of
Dance Masters''
of America, Inc.

Registration August 20th, 21st, 22nd 10:00 a.m. to' 5:00 p.m.

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Am., v: Residence Phone 2-2363

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Thfe'eist iPi'i'irlllrerf Batte

ry, newiy-formea as ;a. support

ing unii oi.-ine aum imanxry
Regiment t Fort Kobbe, will be begin
gin begin training tomorrow morning.
A two-weekfioriehtation period
will start formal training for trie
battery.-.;' Classroom work; .will
comprise the bulk" of it as tlie

meni are tivajsome Mea of how

the different sections of the bat battery;
tery; battery; function. -h: : .-
Theimain -TBurpOsft. of this
training la to help the bnttery
run -more; efficiently, both ) in
garrison and lit the field,, states
1st Lt. Ralph james, battferrfex
ecutlve-and training officer ..'....
' Following the two-week orlen orlen-tttia
tttia orlen-tttia yertoi will eom etfht

Field Artillery Battery,

Supporting Unit Tomorrbw

; weeks of more Intensive pfac- lt.
! tical work. The baltery will be A majority of the men assign--broken
down into section, and ed to the 61st are lnfantry lnfantry-the
the lnfantry-the men, of the Jiewly-formed trained personnel, reports CapL
unit will get down to the seri- Claude Cooper, commandlr of offals
fals offals busintss of learnlnr thtSr ficer of the batteryj The'.r first
jobs, v ., ':. few weeks prior to the start of
v TTie battery, detail section, r is formal training have been spentl

uie more nn-inciusive group con consisting
sisting consisting of wire, survey, "forwardl

preparing barracks gun park

ana motor j ooi. : ..
During the training period im

mediately ahead, In addition to

learnin his, own Job, each man
will be given instruction In, all

the otneMobs "that go into mak

ing, a field artillery battery. ,;

observer-and. radio, telephone

operator sub-sections. It encom

passes a large part of the : 142

men assigned.

The, firing battery, the other.

main secuon,. ooasta six now! t

zer secUoa each contalninr .a1
105mm howitzer. prime mover

and the personnel needed to man1

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SUIfDAYi AUGUST M, 1957
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By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food ami Markets Editor

SOMETHING substantial to eat,
(.yetfood alluring to slightly wilt
A topetltes is what every home
linaker wants for her hot weather
'famtlyd.inners. Tht combination of
t.fUuf 01 rounu siean, uiariuav
in French dressing them broil
ad on skewers with onions and
tomato wedges all served with
'pre-cooked rice is a perfect selec selec-'fibf.,
'fibf., selec-'fibf., Different, easy to prepare,
nutritious and packed with flavor,
Llttfan be cooked over a barbecue
trill or indoors in a pre heated
'oven:
I'.
' Kebabs and Rico
(Makes 44 servings)
i On poung round steak (Vi-inch
''thick), cut in 1 inch cubes, licup
,'Tabout) garlic flavored French
j dressing, 4 medium tomatoes, cut
'finr wedges, 8 to 10 small onions,
cut ill slices, or canned whole o o-"lonr,
"lonr, o-"lonr, 1 1-3 cups (5-ounce pack pack-Vtge)
Vtge) pack-Vtge) packaged pre-cooked rice, Vi
nup raisins, Vi teaspoon salt, 1V4
Y MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
' WRITES Mrs.-! R., "Our 17-year-eld
daughter, it dating a 23-year-,
old man. Wo feel he' too exjri exjri-onced
onced exjri-onced for her and need any reas reassurance
surance reassurance you can give. Though we
have met his neoole. we don't

1 know them well as they are new newcomers
comers newcomers to our community. . ."
I'm being asked, I think, wheth wheth-(
( wheth-( er Miss R. is a sexually respon respon-,
, respon-, lible girl.
j Instead of answering, let me put
stni questions:
Can Mist B. savo money to, buy
J something genuinely satisfying?
I Deet tht njoy the children she
J baby aitt- for? Does the give
1 thoughtful Christmas present?
I It she proud of her salad dressing
end mocha layer cake? It the
( pleated when her mother buys a
Becoming dress?

H "Yes" U the answer to these

J questions, I myself would expect
! sexual responsibility from Mitt
! FOR a daughter'! resonse to sex
1 is not mysterious, detached from
ker other known responses to her

life, but ia made of the very

; tame character material.
l If the ean ditcipllna her impuls-
1 es to buy cheap blouses to accu

mulate the price oi a weu-tauoi-
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appeftisace e the eampve for falL Bore, It's cat into aa evcr
tioaee la a aeat TaUemU chock aa4 won vttk alia aklrC
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retains ii as attractlve-lvokinr
cups boiling water, 2 tablespoons
butter.
Marinate meat in French dress
ing for about 2 hours. Place alter
nately with tomato wedges and o
nion slices or whole onions on
metal skewers. Place on aluml
num foil in pre-heated oven about
4 incites under Droller unit or sus
pend over glowing coals of open
fire or barbecue gnu for is to zo
minutes, or until meat is cooked,
Turn frequently during cooking
and baste with remaining dress
ing. Meanwhile, add packaged pre precooked
cooked precooked rice, raisins, and salt to
boiling water in saucepan. Mix
iust to moisten all rice. Cover and
remove from heat. Let stand 13
minutes. Add butter, mixing light
ly .with a fork. Serve rice with
kebabs.
DINNER: Beef kebabs and rice
with rainsins, fresh peas, French
or Italian bread, mixed garden
salad, French dressing, orange
cake, coffee, tea, nvilk.
ed suit, she is not apt to indulge
her sexual impulses to no satis
fying purpose. If she gives thought
ful Christmas presents, she's, ac accustomed
customed accustomed to thinking In terms of
other people's needs. She's unlike
ly to inflict panic, built and social
condemnation on.' a young man
She's interested in.
If she delights in children and
takes pride in her homemaking
skills, she's a girl who prizes her
potentialities as a woman. She
will expect young men to appre
ciate them, too.
IF she is pleased when her
mother buys a becoming dress.
tbe't nearly outgrown competitive
ness with mother. Sure of her own
attractiveness, she will feel no
need to purchase male reassure-
ance with inappropriate sexual fa favors.
vors. favors. We parents are not in the dark
when it comes to judging a daugh
ter's sexual responsibility. Our an
swer lies in our own knowledge of
her seu-aDoreciauon.
If we feel we can't judge it, it
may be because we still think of
our own sexuality as something
that had nothing to do with us as
a person. We remember it as aa
outside mysterious force like light
ning that could knock us down
and kill us if we didn't run for
safety. t
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The good looks of the older woman depend to great extent
on persistent everyday care. Her poise, dignity and good
grooming are her greatest assets and they make tor great
charm. This mature woman (left) shampoos her pretty silver silver-gray
gray silver-gray hair at least once a week, using a well-lathered sponge

By ALICIA HART
IT can't be said often enough
that good grooming Is an essen essential
tial essential part of beauty.
You know mat u you see u
attractive girl who looks un
kempt, you first thought is not
"Isnt she pretty," but rather,
"How pretty she could be if sne
took some pains to be neat."
Yet, as seriously as a youug
girl's Jlooks are impaired by a
haphazard appearance, far more
i IftsW when, a mature woman
deesa'trldoUier best to be well-
groomedr
Poise ana neatness are uis
greatest assets of the mature
woman and tneir roois are
good grooming. If you are fresh
and trim, you know you look.
Jict
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By GAILE DUCAS
NEW YORK (NEA) The Vic
torian theme in back-to-school fash
ions is a charming one.
Much of the charm lies in the
fact that these small fashions com combine
bine combine a quaint old-fashioned look
with modern practicality. Wide
hand of embroidery, velvet touch
es, lantern sleevers, tucxea bo
dices and fluted trimmings, as-
well as lace, lead an i860, look to
droaei in wrinkle-resistant cottons.
These ere fashions of great in
dividuality since they make a
small girl look like a small girl.
not a miniature of mother, borne
of them even come with their
own cameo brooches.
Big and little sister (left) are
dressed alike in red, white and
blue daisv print. Bodice and
sleeves have trim of white braid.
Narrow' sash is in -fed velvet rib
bon, has bow at the back.
The cameo dress (right) might
have stepped from the pages of
"Little women." n s ligni cocoa
brown cotton with black velvet
lacinc on bodice and sleeves.
White evelet ruffle' edges the
sleeves and miniature cameo pin
aooears at the- neckline. All
dresses are Cinderella designs.
lfew di
ream
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! By ALICIA HART
THE eal who's taking her vsca-
Uoa ta late summer nas tou h
advantage. She's saved her rest
for the end of the season. and will
feel the benefits far into falL
The weather at resort or sea seaside
side seaside is bound to be pleasant while
still allowing her to get her full
quota of the ton.
She may find, however that
the tun, while giving her a taa,
has errated a problem for her:
that e ry skin.
II 1st women feel that dry skin
is t problem peculiar to weather.
oily skint caa dry out as the re-
sua toe mnca eua ayrug ue
kot noesha. -
Knewiag this, eae old ead re respected
spected respected beauty house hat brought
out e aw dry akia cream esiga-
ed to help the ikaa regain and
maiauia both its proper oil and
water balaace.
The ereem it lneaat ta be ased
sparingly. It it atther sticky aor

grear aed oe spreads easily.
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pleasing. And poise is a natural
result of self-confidence.
There's no doubt that1 as we
get older it's necessary i to spend
more time and effort on 'beauty.
Our skin requires more and
more .care. We find the need for
more diligent use of lubricants
and skin toners, and- the nightly
applications of our favorite cream
can't he skipped because we're
tired.
However, soap and water are
still the greatest aids to t beauty.
And before applying a thin film
at night it's a good idea to give
yourself a soap facial. f
Using warm Water, generously
spread a lather of soapsuds over
your face. Let the soapsuds
mask stay on for a while, then
rinse off completely, first with
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TOMORROWS CARRIER Aircraft carriers of tomorrow. Instead of steaming over the ocean r
wavos. may rie from belcwr the surface to launch an attack on an enemy short, says artist-
author frank Tinsley in Mocha nix Illustrated Magatino. Advocates of the carrier submarine i
are not at all surprised by the report that Japan is building 30, 000-Urn ; submarine tanker.
Tinsley pictures the undersea carrier (above) as having a flat dock fitted with missile launchers

. end tervinc os a landinr field
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to scrub her scalp. Knowing that ft clean skin glows,- me
gives herself a soap facial (center) and relaxes while she doe
ft. She is careful (right) in her choice of clothes, adhering
to those fashions that are simple in cut She picks colore that
will play up her gray hair, wears distinctive, simple jewelry.

warm, water, then with cold,
Your -skin will feel clean and
tingly, Your pores will be cleans cleansedof
edof cleansedof the dirt and cosmetics that
clog them during the day.
For the woman whose hair has
turned erav. It is more impor
tant than ever to keep her hair
and scalp clean nad neaitny
looking. Her weekly shampoo
should never be neeleded. She'll
find it "helpful to part her hair in
sections while washing it and, to
scrub the scalp with a weii-iatner-.
ed sponge.
, Slie bul&.re'ipehAber, Vo'.Tthat
a simple hair style that can ? be
easily cared. for at home is -the
wisest choice for gray hair,"
To bring sheen and life to sil silver
ver silver lock, don't forget the daily

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brushing. Start, brushing the top
andback hair up brush the
tides out. Start at the hairline
and follow the stf and to the ve very
ry very end. t
If you"" are "ipproathlng middle
ageP be careful, about your selec selection
tion selection of 'clothes;- Smart,, .simple,
well cut clothes can do wonders
to slinr .thefigure and add a look
Of sophistication.' ;
Mature" beatuty is achieved
through trimness1 and good taste.
So abnf'try t6 "look younger
than you Mire. tTake the extra
care ,neeesry to' preserve your
good ; lookS.-i dress wisely and
smartlv and you'll '-achieve a
charm you could never have had
at 17. v

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Dominate cJLwinq foom

flat pletwe tube glvee thi TV
eaauy into arsis room-aivmer.
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Intesratins home entertainment
equipment into an establish room
arangement hat proved a stumb stumbling
ling stumbling block for professional; and
amateur decorators.
No matter how you feel about
television programs, the televlaion
set can dominate a room by sneer
bulk. And a trail of hi-fi compo components
nents components ean introduce a laboratory
look to the living room. Records,
if they can't be accommodated ny
existing book shelves, often over
flow into racks and cabinets which
may be out of key with other furn furnishings.
ishings. furnishings. -
Although the problem isn't lick
ed by a long shot, rbcent develop developments
ments developments indicate it's going to be
easier to put these thugs in their
place, attractively. --
One important improvement In
television design it a new picture
tube which permits manufacturers
to top inches off the depth of the
set. With "six- inches- shaved off.
the new, slim-silhouetted table mod
el can; actually m on, a then, a
room divider .or a bench table
without looking unwieldy.
: Horizontal lines put new, con consoles
soles consoles more la harmony with con
temporary "-furniture trends Tor
those, who- ere '.not concerned
with making, permanent space
for television in a roonr. new
portables are trimmer and light
er in weight.

What Every Husbamf

Should Leave His Widow

By BEULAH $TOW ."
There It a woman 'in her 70'S a-
Ione in her eight-room house in a
city in Nebraska. Her husband died
two vears a 20. she hat no rela
tives and few friends, and she is
afraid., She nails the windows tnut.
She has five locks on the front
door, three more locks on the in inside
side inside of her bedroom door. She
sometimes goes out on the front
porch, puts a two-by-four across
the ooor, ana nans ana nammers
it tight with the strength born of
desneratioa. Then the soet around
to the back door and scurries in
and bolts- herself into the house
from the inside. 1 r
, She needs help, but
she
won't
lat anyone held her.
Her husband could. prooaDiy nave
prevented this situation,- had he
been able to foresee the misery he
wat .bequeathing hit wife, as a re
sult of their once-nappy me wr
two. Ha was -a.auccesful attorney,
There were no children, iney uv-
ed closely together, roey tauten
over everything together. They
were well to ao, ana wey were
wlf-sufficient. ?
Hit widow't legacy, mciuuea
hnuse. an income, unreasonaoio
t km u ana aiiirusu
teai,
No man w o u u iwmuu.u,
leave bis wife in such tn unhappy
situation. Here are four things
man- nast so should do to
prevent muery xor oa
ture years: V
i. Allow her to develop her own
personality. .The shy woman who
-. It a.' Uaai kaoaVkff
dedicates nersea w ow
and nothing elae is asking for 'a
widowhood of being only half of a
person. -. -': -V'
2. Help ber develop friends.
Friends mnst be cultivated; they
will, not appear, by magic when
s Keen her informed on busi-
neat ana imancuu aixam km
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her whom to turn to besides yon.
4. Encourafle ber to maxe.con-
tacta outside the home where she
can be nsefuL A job or a charity
or tomeuung mat nas 10 do
done will be an anchor wbea the
ia left alone.
O '1 am 59 aad plan to retire
at 6S. My wife telU me I should
cultivate a hobby to keep me bu busy
sy busy after retire meat, but I tm tee
tired at night to do anything but
lit" Percy H.
A Full HMo stttino oftor re-
Hromofit it full-rimo dullness. 'o!
take your wife's advice. There ore
ttovana iwaey ciwbt in tite
United State. There are holvoe
full of books ia yovr public libra-

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set a slim ahipe wbieh flta
vaniacs an mmpm ""-
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One company hat Introduced a
new type of Indoor antenna which
is about the size of a box of kitchen-
matches jaad can ?fit,. they
claim,' on. any niake or model of
TV receiver.- ij v: !,' :;'- -.--
Another helpful, note 3s: Offered
by more standard filraiture.v de designed
signed designed with home entertainment
equipment in mind for example,
you can now buy cabinets which
blend with other i storage pieces.
They can be had either fully equip-
Sed or ready, to house your own
i-fidelity equipment. v
..Coupled with these are hutch hutch-type
type hutch-type tops, compartmented. for rec record
ord record storage. Lotf benches have on
one end a swivel jptatfonn ready
to take a small TV. let without
losing their balanced proportions.
' Ji few room dividers are appear appearing
ing appearing which have shelves dimension dimensioned
ed dimensioned to fit exactly1 the new slim TV
sets. Prominent decorators except
well tee a good many more in
months to come,.-, jt 4,
'. 'permit a -greater flexibility
in seating arrangements, tome new
chairs are mounted on round brass
casters, have hand grips built Into
the backs" These "are, upholstered
and built for stolid comfort. But
they' are to constructed that you
can pull them up to a screen or
back to a coffee table with little
efforL.:,.; X:c -P:i,:J::f
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ry Hstina hobbies and doscrlbinf
specific hobibot. A hobby cen make
you eager te retire and have mora
time te spend art K, and cart Odd
te yoor Income after retirement.
Co hobby hunting thia rwookomL
BEAUTY TIPS
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A good start wins many a race.
This it true in the beauty depart department,
ment, department, especially in applying
make-up foundation. . A founda foundation
tion foundation should be flight.. A heavy
layer brings out lines and. fur
-rows. "Excess cream of oil may
be removed with a tissue, r:
Actresses know tricks of aging
for a part. One it pursing the lipf
to get thin-lipped look. JThit it
fine for the stage. But at ft wom woman
an woman gets older the would rather
highlight her features. Making thin
lips fuller with lipstick is a sim simple
ple simple step. .. ;: -t-v
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That crowning glory,' the "hair,
often it a warning aignaL I mo motional
tional motional upsets, tension nerves of
fatigue affect your hair. Massag Massag-ig
ig Massag-ig ia away to get the tingle
back in the tcatp, It also relaxes
you. Plaee thumbs 1 at back
neck and dig in, Jollow wUh
brisk brushing and frequent ham ham-P,;
P,; ham-P,; at -i- ; .;'
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her aching feet-than of havinr a
good time at a Dartr. Hours of
standing can be a pain. But on
way to cut down on footachel it
a proper stance. .Place the heel
of one foot against the arch of
the other. Occasionally shift .the
position. J thit way. the heel
support the arch. ...-T
Hard water. etoeciaTlv.' has a
drying affect an the ekin. Witch
hatoi helps to keep t hard water
trom stealing accessary body ails.
Follow a bath with a beauty oil
rnbdown for evea better reeulu.
Nature '-has -her reason- fet
changing seasonal colors. Skia
tone of a persoaaloo-ehaagea
through the years.' for this rea
lising the tame shade M
make-up year after- year should
j be avoided.' Check your beauty
saioa or cosmetic experts ta tee
if you need ta switch ta another
shade. . !, ft



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("ervic. Sunday 10.00 ajn 11:00
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Uornlna Worship
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Building No 10tU. Phont! t-Z&Sl
11:00 iluilnos Mting
1:00 undaj- School.
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,1:00 Svj.day gehool. ., . 1. 1.-"
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1:00 8urday School, i ; r.
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j II :00 Hojmess Meeting.'
F .f:uvcn.naay acnooa.
lo ftsivauao Moeuiuv
COlo CaMTRAL
Saniet fapv. and Mrs. C Mm
14th Street Phone: M-74A
amy.
Union Churcksi
... The Reverend Theodora X, PrankllB,
rsnor mono a-itae.. j
:45 a Jtt. Church School.
11 M tJS, Mom In Worship. -.
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Be. Walker U. Aldtnen, Hmlstat
ott: -47o Ras.1 a-ija
Sunday Servtcest .,.:
1:30 us, Sunday School, t
10:40 a m. Mornrng Worship.
' Oftidal meetina and waea-day eett-
Vltifa) as amnounceo
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' v Bav. William B Artnrtresuj ...
; aft SW PanaaaO City
aa ajo. Mominp Pravar and Baraji
I as pm. Sunday Scboaa
IjS a aa twnmi graves ana ISansi
r ix it etKTHouuri cjiusuvit
tta Street and MaMtidas Avonew
; Ccakav B
f Bde. gaaauaa Waldeo. Mlaisaay
lJu a Jn. -asorntna Sarvtce and Bafj
pra. Sunday aVAos.
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v rk,.,k.i"7iii mn faiths in the

af Panama and Colon. Repwblid o( finama. axtanf a wakoma at U
lima to man ana weman af ha 4111104 rice, aad to civilian naif h h-ban,
ban, h-ban, friandf and trngri. S 1 ' i
At public Mrvica, Th Panama Americas jjtt lw, hrdmi-,
nations, notice of hour of worth 1 dad othet rafular actWWaa. ;
. r Utlinal ara rotated from tlma la lima. Denomination having only' t
ana ar two cetrgtti" ara t'od nr "Otbr Church fir Sarvkaa.
A special listing H Included for rvir at Army posts, Ai farca basaa 4
ana" Naval atatiant. f . J n
; Ministers, church ertrief nd chaplains ara tkd t infarm thf
naws a!ask in writing by Wdnsdy noon at tha latatf f an chHf as
far thf coming Saturday'! churah pafa. J i J.-f..1 '

it uiivi rHliXlH fealboa
. Sunday MairaI 1:Mt lioa,: 10:00 and
Hoi Day Mawoai i M. MM. llM aao
Tri'ffwioiyi: :J ftaturdtijr. J:30 4
And v7:00 to' :0O p m Thuwfli bwt
aniav 8.u.u. 4nn 4A aa tun. y,;v'
a? U riWfi a w r
Catacbins elasar altar tka I.-0 tM
on Sunday.. . k.
niih SchooJ ,tudl Clufc l PJM. sm
Vodnoaday,
..nrf.w U...M- m TdO it a:30 a.m
Holy Day masaaat l:SI ian4 f M
" Conloaalbnat Saturday i:M i and
to1 :oa p.m. Thursday bate Itrat
rriday i:oo pm. 1 -.-
' Sacrad Ifoart Davottonai 14 P-a.
CatoeWai"Claai 14 ts) 4;tt iMasw
Tnunday
. OUB LADf 0 PATlHAaraadn j
, Sunday- Haas at 1:00 a.m. ....., ?
Holy Day Mass at 130 p.m,
Coniatatona; 0 to :4t p-a oh Sat.
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caiocnura viaaaj anuoar w
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Sunday Maaaaa at T M an 1:11 ajtv
Holy Day Mas at t:00 p.m, .: ?-
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Confenfona: Saturday 1:30 to and
1-30 to aa ' :'-
Catoebism Claaar Sunday S to 4iM
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Convert instructions! fbursda j 1 40
ST. VlNCKHrS Panama City
Sunday Manes: 0:00 and 1:30 a.m.
Unl. h. sjaafua a '30 and 14)0 n.m.
(lilt (alia an Salurda tha Mamapart
o:uo arw.firv. a.m,i iv.::,.,,.::-f;: v--k;
Confantnna: Eaturda 1:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to agio ji Tnuraaaya Dexora rtrar
Friday 730 p.m
Miraculous uaoat novona ana
Unna n tha Croaa: fridav 7:00 DJn. 1
Catschiam Class: Aftar S'JO nusa an
Sunday
Convon Clans. J4 p.sa, tuosday and
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CatochUm Claaai J JO to :00 p.sa, est
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Sunday Maasasi4da nd
uk Dava Masai 1:30 Mon.. Thurs,
fri and Sat. rirat iVldav nusst f a.m.
Holv -Oav ataaaoa: '0:o. an. wim
Confasaions: S:8f to 4 JO and IMta
Li:00 pan. on. Saturday, .
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Thursday Before first friday 4:30 an--
caiecnum u ass: i u an. uii7
Sacrad Heart N ovens' 1:00, o-m-i on
Convert Cissst aauioja) na wwi;
r
, ATLANTIC glDB ",
- v-':. ST. eSSPrl'S-CaHa)
Sunday Messes l i:!. 0snd :15a4ii
Holy Day Masses! M and Sao aaa.
Confessions: Baturday I ta ial
7o to turn p.m. -
Miraculous Medal Mevensi Wednaaday
i lt and 7:00 pjn.- iv
Racrad Heart Novena: Prldat Tl BJal
Sunday Evenln Services 7:00 p.m..
Convert CU-s: TJ pjb on Mondays
and Thursdays 1
Catechism Clasat Sunday 10:11 a-m. to
11:4s a.m. :W p.m. ta avo p-m.
rirat rr!4a r.toaitlon af Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Baposition at S'JO
ajn. Saturday morning. ""
rirst Baturday Devotions to our saiay
Of rt tlma The Holv Rosary M am.
First Communion Instructions I or enu enu-en
en enu-en Mondaya and Tburadaya J ta
70 pjn. j-t.-i Jii.'jti:i't:(:
MTRACtJLOUB TtDAI-CrUlal 1
Sunday Masses: f .-00, g:ooand WJOaJB
Holv Dav Maasas: iM. :0t ajn. and
1:11 njn. i-
confossionsr Hturoay a.-oa ta asi ana
7:00 te SUM n.m.' Aftar BsMsry aach asra
oing. -. ,,
Miraculous Medal Nevanat tit and
7:00 ajn. eat Meoday.
Catechism Claaai After SiOt Masa
Sundav. : -
First rrldsa Bxpasltloa) aO day tfuting
the School Year;
nrst Saturday t Masa at s.-ng am.
HOLT PAMTLT CRUBCK T MsrfartU
sunaay siassaa: rate, av. n:v a.n
First Saturdav Mam: t:00 ajn.
Weekday Masses: .. g.-OP t-m.
sauirday ... 7 tsj p.m. to a:oa p.m.
Miraculous Medal N arena t0 OJi
Holy Day Maases: 7 JO aJKv I:l pan.
.MnreesMin t. 3:4 p.m. to 4:ti gJS.
everr monaay.
Parish Family Rosary and
" Benedictiea fM pm
everv Wadneadav.
biseussion Irxrulry Croup 1MB.
every maty.
1st. Friday PevoUona .... tMsjk,
1st Baturday Devetlone .. 70 pm-
St. VINCKNTW Rataaeer CH
Sunday Maasam: SJ0 asa. and tM
ajn.
Holy, Day II 1 I ajg. and M
am.
Ccriressionei 440 la IN and IdB to
gl p.m Baturday.
vaiecnHea uaaa: ie:3 a av ea gun 01 a
Cenven Claaa evets Mondey It 1M
ajn.
Mlrsauioue Medal HoveMi tM pass
on Tuesday.
Sarreal. Uaert Havana I IBS SJB, aa
Pridar
DSTMACVLATB COBCKPTIOB iCataai
tenerr Bi' 1:11 tai
Holy Day Mass; 440 aaa.
CoofenaM: gjg te 70 is, aai Bet
urday.
Caenr.T Cavaa ta se 9m Waritey
OtB UAOX Ot BOOB CrtVMftCL.
Sunda-
:y MaaMo: i ana s ja am.
Holy Day Msstst: 444 aJB- frnd 4
pm
CerdWiaias Setura. et f sW ta and
errer au everuna; imum. b
gaetiame ay e90oui'mait
Miraauiout Meoal hevenat 7 M gvj.
TWaejT
Sacred Heart Bsisiisi fa njsi am
Pnday
S jn4V Setveeai 1 M am aa Puad'S
Reiig ous inatrueiinat C w rat Call Call-th.
th. Call-th. I (4 p aa ea Thrmday
RaHfAnua tnatruetion far edone lf'v
ducted hn Saawiaht: IM ajn e Ntea-
av

C overt bvtructlene by

CnJ Xene.ndh terminal citic

The Bt Rsv B. Hskot Geodesk S.T.B
The Very Rev. Msinert t, ratanea,
".J"v t-TM- Doaa .--v .
'-'vV-1' ONtOf. 4JI
fhU. VAtMEDItAL OP ST.
,,, SUNDAYS 0
LVKB
t stale' aa tarn ataaU. aT)nar.tki strtlriBa
M am Santa Coarununion (4u UB
A i aay.
MO a.m. Chureft School.
:4a m. Esouela Dominical.
11 M aaa.. hornink Praver and"
1 -a : ?ely Commuiuort. (First Sun.
day).
I.DQ piar evening Prayef and Samoa
a:av niiSf.-iioay wnmuAiuoi
:tt) ara Kvenlns Prayer.
f HOLT DAYS '.
1:00 ja Holy Communion.:
l Uin Holy 'Communions
T 1A1LY
S:lk ksk. Marnlna Pravat.
17:00 Mi-day .Mvwonary PrayatA ...
eocou ".
Churah of at Andrtne ", ,'
the Rev. WiUlssa 'W. Baldsrh; :
Holy Communion "tj a
Family Prayer and f--
Church School .v.i.i'.'..'.' t pJk.
t auw sioiy votnmuiuon ana.
Mornlna Pravar A rmt 11 Ad ajn.
WZDNESDAYS
Holy CommunioB f:0t gja,
i,LfchaMl af .W.Caad thajaJMd
The Rev." Claranca W. Hay est v ;
FRIDAYS. -V "'.."
1:00 aon. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
- t- ..v--T 0JAMBUA f-Nt?W-'
BL Blsaea Chsuuh
Ilia Ra. tfehit Spesr. Priest ta Qurge
Charai gusharist and Bar' v '- "Hi
mon J .v... i. .a...it.,. :v7a a.ai.
unurcn school ........... s:i
1:00 a.
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon
i:6d p.m.
foja.
MONDAYS. TU15DAYl .-and
and .-and FRIDAYS .
morning prayer ana noiy
Communion '..vtia..;..a:
Evening Prayer
-:0a a.m.
70 p.m
Woman1 Auxiliary, tod anf
SUNDAYS Y
4th ThtlradsVS' ......:;.r
17gX.
WEDNKSDAYS aV .THURSDAYS
ttjr.1. . L f V4IO ak
; a.w. MflMHHuwiaj i ,aMi
''Morning Prayer .......... : a.sn.
Kvenlna Prewar ..'.. ... T :Oi ajst.
SATURDAYS 1
FsmUV Eudisrist :ot a m.
.Jj- a aSaaa Civ..
Ht -V.iar'a Chark ?
Tha Bev. Jeho Sees,. Priest. I Charge
i ... ir.u ..... 11
Sunday each month) i- .- Uj:
Morning Prayer and Church a -School
' ..-.;....A..'...V gwQ SM
Choral Bucharlst and, Bar-- i-iv-Swdax
each man) ;
noiy. jjapuem .......
Kvensong eno ftoaresa fiev a.aa.
d MONDAYS
THURSDAYS .or -FEAST .. I?A -v: ;
Holy iommuwon ....... f :.f j
' .' . : awn V' "-
t Chapel o' the Holy Comforter'
f aw. aa. BM-raipji.a; a ym,.
THURSDAYS r,v ?X'X" r,;-:
gap am. taiy .vobwbubjosk
IrWfcSHRf
i.; ; aorch af gt jMarrarat t
. Rapave and jprazeo RJvd. -.. --
l-Tkm Rey., Jesse It Reaeie, Recta
StTNDAYS ,,.r-:r
'J a jn. -Holy Communloa
-:4S ajn. Church School .
tl 'OA am, Uamlna 'Pntap
:t.
Last Sunday aach Month. Rely om-
THUIATSiend BOLT DATS "v V:
eaa) t m t AN 1 ( -- ''
gap a.m. Holy vommunion. ; :
Chanel af Cant Saviea
gao sum., atoiy aeniirauiiiitasv
1 PARA1SO j
- v The Rev.: Allan B. Rrentt, .j.,'r
J -. Priest la Charge ,.
;-r-'ev. Pavld A. Oskaaa. .' V.
.I'Vlaae Eaaerltua t ,.-, ..' ;
StJMDAVa) "rVr.'S'-i-'
: an. Choral Bucharlat -asia
g:M ajn. Infant Bapusra. .: j(f'.
a .00 -vm. tnurcn auiwr,;....,-.
jheid he Buildini Ull -"
l.-ea pJO, Youth reuownuF . ..
t n m. Everwona end Adaa . i
a.j...a at. tArrrtNB'.'C.n ATA
-im loWamsn AiudUary aad A
lay Guild Meotia.. ... ...
; v taBBa Ctasa.-V',";
"rte' aW''iel aCaWe9. atoriag
The Rsf fits at- Atwett, Deaeeej;
SUNDAY-". -j?-- ?-.-
a-flo a Jn. Hale. Commtailea) ;
t'00 gj Sung Eucharist SerjaoA
ia:4k a m Morning Pre roe ahd.Cbureh
DCBWaa ; v ... ;..
li0 nee Holy Bsntlsm
7 -o r..ra ftolfsnVasaari .''"c i
rctsDAVs -...;'; I
e ta wm f!naamnflaa. 1
7-wt am Vvenlnfl Prayer aadf fartaaa
:O0 ea Holy Cavrnnunlopj
7 itJtu Evenfng Prayer
fVVRSJAYS AND FRTDAYg
:sa a hmi, cemmuniea) .:
HOLY HAYS ,,- J
a -so a.m. Maty
. cjrfusT emuc H-ntgxj;
. .' ; V- tpiseeBel -. .... j
, Colon. R. P. V :
(OtrBoerle ntl Wshlnton
TIM) Bar, jaaaes rotes' reset.
The Bar. RstuyA. Bisk,
J
SWDAYg
ga)4 a a. ftoty Caaimunitavyr
t: a Jn. Monrlsg Prayer
ajn. Cheral Evchariat Bad
10 bjo. Churdi gi-hoet
14 a-m. aama Evenseng .1
!-- ,:" rTNaATB :
-ng g ra. Meiv CMamuniM. 1
tM usw AdyH C-"r.uae) tlata.
. . .nr ,a
I taaJtt, ivenirg rttyar-aag gfadjta.
tM aJSU Cail4r S il!hllBt, .V
- SAlT'TtPAY f
rsk Jn. Junior Ceintf)eit Csa
f JM J8 CaaufiOia ad g.eutV
" tU at. Kary, ie VVrtg
'- ta P"- ie A- geeidlwi.
Prleat ta Caaog
fU"DA8
tur-artat
7a are
C -ailf74p fVcfaBOf)
t aad
...
.... fjaj a as
TH'. .- AYk

Heiy (.on

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RIO abajo
St. Christopher's Church'. '
S iOlb Street, Parque Lafevre ; z
f The Rrv Clsretire W. Hayes.
Piiet tot Chsrgr
The' Rev Clarence A, CragweH.
... AmUlaat
SUNDAYS " '
g:0O ajn Holy Communion.
7:80 a.m Sun Eucharist and Sv rmon

10:30 o.m Morning Prayer Jtnd Church
bcnooi.
12 W0 noon Holy Baptism, r -1
4:30 p.m Evensong end Sermon.
MONDAYS
7O0 pro, in and Srd. Woman I Auri
t itary. t
1 1 j t 1 t ti i
TUESDAYS
j : pra
Junta.
King.
Youth rail
Osughtsr af
tha
Fellowship.',
WEDNESDAYS t
i a .fMi era Hnlv f!mnmunlnft.
7:00 p-t' Evening Prayer and Religious
T...- : AlUtMUVMVJaea. -L ..;i -V' i oA!; : ."f I' t.
THURSDAYS
, g:0 pm, Olrls" Friendly Boetety..
' g:00 pjn. 1st and Srd. aUnsletona.
SATURDAYS ...
130 ajn. Junior umurmauon una,
ViprQ-rchM
' H CRUBCB OF THE NARARENB
An con. C.Z.
' Mmmski Bar. rimer O. Net".
; Baa kg.. Aacon, CA, Baiboa iWOI
.Sur.dsy. SchooI 8:41 dJa
Morrana Worship ......... M:30 aJ
, VMiik llawlM . d:4K njn
r Evening Service a.. ... 7:30 pm
i HSMS. Servtc .......... :1M P.m
; PayT'.MeaUng, .Wpd. pj
' RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH "',
Pnam RJ- -23rd Street East.
1 a'.J d' M, BiaaiB. MtnlstSB
SUrtDAYt''; v
' Dlvin vornrpf j-;v
Sunday Maasas ; ....T, VM 11:45
Mil, MBaJi -SUT. SaMt) BCDUOJ
, I-
" JVHOt AH-S WITNESSSS v
keattnu Thursday at T:M p.m, and
Sundays. at 4:00 'pm ;- Wlr Memorial
gOg Balhve, Road. Balboa
rmmcit op jeSus chbwt'
Aa, i.imii.ni aaivra Marmanl
Sunday meeting in the LD3, Chapel
eh aaiooa nosa. ., 1 ; ....
Kllndsv scnool iv:uu aon.
Sacramcat:, Meetings, :00 pjn.
Primary: Monday ........ l:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesdsy... t0 am.
MIA; Wednesday ........ 740 pJB
Telephone Balbo 4227.
Atlantle 'Branch
Building 800. Schoolhouse Road Gttun,
. .vauai anna x
Bundayi School, Sunday .. g:30 k Jn
Secrsment tneetlngr Sunday 11:00 g.ra.
Priesthood meeting- Wed... p.m.
Primary, Wednesday $M BJO,
Relief Society, as announced.
Taiephon. Catua g4 ar Cristobal .17.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A vVarm JJerted Churcb"
- Mlltoa K.' Uldlg; Minister '-.
Phone Res. g3-7114 Of. 3-S10
Sunday' School ......,(... SJ0 a jn.
iA clam for every age)
tomin Worthlp 11:00 a.m.
' Youth FellowahiD ......... 0:00 p.m.
v.Eevenlhg .Worship ......... 7:00 pjn.
rrsyer eno iraise rwea.fv taw p.m.
A church nursey 1 provided for your
M' 'oU CATHOLIC CHURCH
! ft, Bapkael The Arehangal
lata aw west na I
' Holy Eucharist! Sunday lag
Tueadam Wedhosday a
Tbursdav
T Betrament at Onetloa fHaalmg Sat.
vice) rtret gunday ad aaek aaontk at
rice) Fin
rjiajj..
Itallbat. Ckarhaa ChareB
f. PanaasA. B.F.
""Rt Rev, f. danaaa, D. a Bishop
f officiating.
Morning dovotlo- a, ........ 4:0 aJa
lallawahrp Worsoia at ...... 11:00 am
Bimdae &rknal at ............ ga Baa.
iXviaa Sarytea a4 IM pja
;-r'- BAHA1 CtlftEB .-'.
. BAHAI'B CENTER
n'BIWIrat:.:' ;
UrhmnitseWai ffl Carrntn. Pantmd City
inlormai, talk; aad, piacusstona-
Thursdsys.,, .....e:ve aam r
Cataa, gtb treat Street jt
' : 'aaaialaa American Beasar) ,0
Study Cisr.....,Thursdya. f g aja
fETftEI.' MISSlOJt 1 OfORCti
1 : toalaba' Bt, Parslso, Ct.
au tvaldahe BL Stewart.
Sunday: ,U:00 a Jt Worahip Servtea.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School. ,-.
V.l Cnl lmln ..1.
Monday: 70 Young People- gotlety
Wednesdays 7iM aaisVweeh riitiaB
rallowshlB.-'7' ':-.'''. ,"'.',-
Thursdays W cnoir nenearsat --FHdavi
FHdavi --FHdavi IM Worn en e Misaienary ia
tatyv.v:A',ai '..' ,,--,:'-
';' THE CHVRCM OP COD -feu
Eighth Street Colaa
Rev. G. W. Craadisoa. Paster
Sundav 'Jlchoel .a..i .a. :Sd S.m.
Morning worship go: aaa.
Night Sarytep 7 J paa.
-' naar nttTBim (na tvm
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Bk '-Bala
Bala '-Bala haw City, Canal Reeja-
' Waa." Uvlnaaaaa. Paatat' -.
ttornlng Worship ........... too ajn.
Sundav7 School .............. 1034 a.m.
Night, Service ............... 7 J4 pja.
' i C .afB' CHURCH OP OOS.:
J i- : Near Prevldeaea
Mrs, plaadg Hiass, raster
Suntlty School 1044 gJa.
Morning Worship ............ II ajb.
Night, fkraieo ........... laa pan-
mnDatSOr GOD HI ; Abate
Monte Oenua Ba-iath Bt, -1
' a. TTai I Itkaita Paste
Sunday afeboo tM aaa.
Morning Worship ............ 10:30 k
Nigni jisssita ...M..,
... 144 PJB-
CmjRCIt OP GOD f?ertreotal ;
-i ... nee. a. waiaon, uverseer
-Phone a-421. Bos S53, Cam Boa
Ctturcrna. at Paraa, CJZ. (Rev. and
Mrs, Herman G..V7hyteL Colon. RP
(See, Pemando Lerenee), Ria Abaje
lie, and Mrs. Charlsa Haynm), and
Cativl (Rrv. and Mr. CUffard Oreeves),
Sunaay .and weekeaye aarvicaa at aO
ajturaaaa. . -
; COMTTOrTTTT CRAPS. '
1 "', Pukia Heights. C.Z. ...
' tnasr Diablo echoel)
' :RT Cart Tkassspaaai. aflalttav
.. Box. St. Diablo Height. CX
- Phonos: Hems. Camkea HP '".
'I... Ckarrfc BaUaa fTTl
Amdar School 144 t JB,
Warship Dei lite 11 m ajn.
Teuth Service ...... ...... 4 jw pjn.
Xvangelistie Service .194 a m.
Wedneadayr Bible Study :
end Praver Servtea ...w 1 a.sa.
'Jewish
Jewt-t Welfare Board. SI TJ1-X La
.a, he'd BaJbo. C-X, BabM Kathaa
a i' am Ikrectar.
J erries Pnday tag p-at. aaturday
.Baa- arte HrrJi.ee af ruai
uveet Peata Reaea and ttstiensl.
Cavtra.aoaa KM SheartUI larseL Ave.
tlt t tad M'h Street Beiia Vpea
Paaaaai Cv tarn aaa tit aaa
f-Trwtji LCTHtw Cwt-acH J
ka baa Bawd at airwt awea
Rev Raberl P Oaau.a. Paatar
' p a Bos) eed. Saibe,
4aiv- '- ' -
ttiaj Stheet, Bloat eka
at baa
I .vine gervtce lat a jn.
Trrie berete et Warcartta ttn "A
aUrgarate ataeaej Church) Sunday

Posis and Bases
PACiriC SIDfc v
.i Protmtaat
fort Amador
Sunday School :0C
Morning Worship ................ 10.00

Church'time Nursery School.., 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday : School (Building : NoL
128) 7
, Morning Worship ...............
, Thursday., Evtnlng Mid-Weck
Service J
Youth Fellowshlp-Sundsy ....
FORT KOBBE '
Sunday-: School . . . ... . ...
- Morning Worship .............
'Evening Worship.
i Worship Service,' Madden Wye
( Worship Service, Ria Hato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ,. v.
; Soldier' Fellowship Thurs. .,
i Officer' Christian Union Thurs.
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday- School ..................
i Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Warship ...... t:30 A
i Youth Fellowship
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
:0n
10:30
'7:30
4:00
9:00
10:30
7:00
7:00
3:15
g:00
7:00
t:00
:Sl
4:30
10 :
MM
punaay Bcnooi ........
:30
Aioriung worsmp ..............
11 0
Hoi,
a7
Communion First Sunday
Month)
lSth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning worsmp .,.... awu
(Holy .Communion First Sunday
of Month). 1
Naval Radio SUUon. SummiU.i -4:00
.It ; u. CsthoUe v
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mis
Sunday basset ........ 7:00 A
ConfeaMOna, Saturday ...:30 ft
Sunday 3:00 at
4:30
g;30
70
FORT CLAYTON,
Duy Msss ....................
Sunday Masses ....7:45 A
Confessions Ssturday g:S0 A
:
o
go
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mam ...... .......
Saturdav Mats as ..............
4:13
f SO
Sunday .Masses ........ 3:00 A llots
Monday Noven Devotions ..... 7:30
Conf estlons Saturday . ;00 dt 7 aO
COROZAL
Sunday Maw ., 10:30
ALBROOR -AIR FORCE BASE
VDeUy Man 4:00
asturaay Mass t:uu
Sunday, Masses IM A 13:00
Spanish 7:00
Novena Servioss-Tuesdiy ...... 7
Conf cations-Saturday 7 :00
U.S.. NAVAL' STATION. Rodman
Sunday Bias ao
Jawlah
PORT KOBRB
Saturday ,. 1:00
USOWWB. Balboa
arioay .,t. ....... .............. ijv
ALBROOR AIR ORCE BASE
Saturday ......................
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
. ATLANTIC SIDE
- Protestant
FORT DAVIS ......
Sunday School Bldg. 353 ....
Morning Worship
Prsysr JTeUowsbip Bldg. 253
Tumdsv
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel
Choir Practice Wednesday
- Pq Chapel
FORT CULtCK
Sunday School' I
Morning Worship .10:45
. Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 4
Bible. Study, Wednesday 7:30
Lsdies Chapel GuUd, 1st Thurs. 1:30
U S, NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Sunday School f:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communloa First Sunday
' of Month)
Catholle
FORT DAVIS
Dally Msss
- Sunday. Mas ........
" Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
PORT dutlCK :
Uslly Mats 7:00
Saturday Mass ., 7:00
. Sunday Masses ; -7:45 at 10:15
Conlssslona, Saturday ., 40 a. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
.Dally Mass
Saturday Mass ........ t.
Sunday Mam
COCO BOLTTO.
Sunday Mas
jevrish
PORT GUUOC
Tustday
.......
'Oraak Ortheaea
Creek Orthodox aervUao ara conduct
ed at the Church of tha Anunelatlon.
Via Belisarlo Porrss, Saq Franeiaea da
la Caleta, Panatn City, RJ- and at
tha Church af SL Anthony. Avenlde
Melondes, Colon,- HP. en alternata Sun.
day at 0:1. For further Information,
call tha Office of tha Army Chaplain.
Banana.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Sarrloaa la all
follow i
BATURDATt .1
Sabbath School 030 ajn.
Divine Service UM ajn.
', Youth' Meeting 4 JO JJB.
Wednesday BiM swoy
sawiat 7 iaa a.m. r-
Padfl Side Paaaasd Balks District
Vaator W. H.' .VaUaiaTel. M J atOB
cab vara a, Ave. r oe ia wasa st
cnomao ista ara. 17
Pueblo NuevegsA St
and 4th St.
Bla Abs)o not ot po. it
Balboa Chaael 044 GarvuAa Rd.
aaai lAaturdav anlvl.
Seealab Cherekea PaaaBU) aad
Oaxaeete Dtstrtct
Pester Ruben Bunt .
Panern. MUe Dan an no. a
CrtatobaL Itlh at Bolivar Av. Av.-Gamboe
Gamboe Av.-Gamboe Si fiiiolea.
Mstrtct Paster A. A. Orlaxle
Tel. No. 0.13 ' '-'-
Cam boa Pram Pars-way rruoiaa.
AUsatle Side CeMai aad
BMkb KeblatW Tea. SI1B -.
Colon ara Bt. Si (jeniras stva. vnw
aal lath hollvar Ave
Central atDcei ievua si eaa iss. a-
isne
CristeeeJ DIstHet..

r'.-Jrcy '( . f.;:. v;-''" SOUPS;

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WORLD HITCHHIKER GUESTS The -Balboa Lions Club Hugo'tlau.'deft) And Camilo Wnhrt
(right) jtre shown as they received certificates as fc-tiest speakers at, Thursday night's nteetlntl'l
at the Hotel" Tivoll. At rear of tablefbehind f'lass)'Rre shown Warren K. Gerhartnew PreC
ldent of the Balboa Lions Club and TV J. WUbet. Secrg"arv-Trea3urer,., (Photo: Wni JToltz)-

Twp,f Nov Airmen
Killed As 'Copter
Groshes I nfo Water
BARCELONA Ang, 17 UP)
Two tl. S. NkW airmen from the
6th Fleet were killed today when
their low-flying helicopter snagged
tne wires 01 a caoie ear over tne
narrior neie ana crasnect into tne
water; : t,.. f.
Names of the men were with
held pending notification of next
ot kin. j it, r
Bdndit Killer?
Fights Gun Battle
With Iran Police
TEHRAN, Iran,' Aug. 17 (UP)
ine nanrjit who Killed three Amer Americans
icans Americans in i an ambush last March
fought 3 threehour gun battle last
night with police still trying to
capture him, sourcei here said tor
day.
.The bandit, Dadshth, and his
man escaped. The sources said the

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World Hitchhikers

Hugo Rau of Belgium, and
Camillo Wuhl of Uruguay, wno
are hitchhiking around the
world and who arrived in Pan
ama a -few days ago en route to
Central America, the Urutea
States and Canada, were eui'st
speakers of the Balboa Lions
Club Thursday evening at the
Hotel Ttvoli. -. ,-
Rau a fluent linsruist wltn a
slight British accent, gave nn
account of his travels throueh
North Africa before -leavlfle: for
soutn America, detailing econo
mic conditions of various North
gun fight occurred in 'Baluchistan.
the remote desert area where on
March 24. DadshahV cane am
bushed an American party in .two
jeeps. Kevin Carroll, his wife.
A,ita, and Brewster A.' Wilson
were felted.
The two men were V. S. Inter
national Cooperation Administra
tion oincials.

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4
s-'

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.4
Lecture Lions
i mi
if1
.' .Ui.
African countries apd their pes!l'
pies, and customs. 1 ffF
He snoke at leneth on ihtfVri
tlon between various' races tmetjl
cef trat,
with the attendant
barriers', but lntimRted thatftl.
cause of the economic conojfoh -1
Rau spoke of the multitude iw
world hitchhikers who 5&Si:
their peregrinations thr6Ughrt
Europe on bicycles Just $ip&m-
war. He said that gom;b.hi ;
uuuuiea encounierea wete
result of his predecessors,,
tions, but added in general
his activities were well receive i
He has delivered, lectures, ktj
en route to Panama. t v
Hans Frank, chairman Hmiw
Fora, jaime Smitn, and mXuft
monao oi tne Panama wnoiii
lntra-club committee wegat prel
enc to near tne lecture.
Both Rau and Wuhl wervwrd
sented certificates : f aoDrecia
tlon by Warren K. Gerhart. er-i.
went or the Balboa Lions Club

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, AUGUST M, M5j
For;.1 3
Antonio
iMzoia
SS1G
'A A(V 10
4 s

Aug

Natives dLodav

l:eban Odds-on Choice

ol Cop $2000 Feature

Th Haras San Mijruers twice beaten two-year

1 colt Esteban looms an odds-on mutuels favorite

win the $2000 addea one nine ana one-eignm w
lio Anmiizola Classic for natives this afternoon at

s President Remon racetrack.

ri annual event honoring the
i aory of Tofio Anguizola is a
lie tribute. Anguizola was at
country's leading breeders of
l.ro.st and best string of

ughbreds at the Juan Franco
,!teack. He was also one of
countries leading breeders of

.t horses.
!id Ei Anguizola, a brother
She late Don Antonio whowas
asiated along with President
Antonio Remon on the eye eye-L
L eye-L eg. Jan. 2, 1955, has been m--i
by the track, management
nake the post classic trophy
;ntation. Other members of
?Aguizola family have also
(bjnytted to be guests of the
iteban, believed by many, to
Che best native in training at

"teat has been assigned trie
iber o 98 pounds for this
.MJnr.uoe dflsic. However, he

iorehably carry 104 pounds

'tuse that's the lowest his re
!ati(lar. Braulio Baeza, mqkes

ie long striding chestnut son

Kevhaven-Utuana is expecieu

reeeise Ais stiff est competi
fwJTullv Bar and Coral. Tul

la gets in under 116 because

I a tnree-year-ow wnue uorai

Don Bngido, oiaer norses

r VV mi.
kache, and, Tanara round out

list of scheduled starters. 1a 1a-1
1 1a-1 will race in an entry with
iindthey could make an ef-

ivc learn. ...
;raad Alvarez, will have the

up on 'Tally Bar while Guilier
Sanchez will guide Tanara.

a ride by Guuiermo sancnez,
sd to a one length victory In

I ,,Ietured $800 seven frlong
I Jivjat fourth series importr
horses. Mutuels favorite Pa---Owdlsappointed
with a third
finish. The time was 1:26

inchez. Incidentally, won

r races and was virtually the

)le show. He opened the card
la a victory aboard Hunter's
n, rested until the fourth
i when he scored aboard Fri Fri-to,
to, Fri-to, won again in the sixth
ii Globe Trotter, failed with
nar in the seventh, lost with
nch Shoe in the eighth, then
nered. his fourth win of the
iirnooh in the feature aboard
rargle. He wound up a cre cre-ible
ible cre-ible day's work by losing; a
1c decision in the last race a a-rd
rd a-rd I Forget.
erargie, heavily backed sec sec-t
t sec-t choice, outlasted Golden
n II in a rousing finish after

esetter Elko suddenly quit

midwav down the homestretch

Aberargie returned $6.60 straight

and combined, with ooiaen corn

II for a $70 one-two.

.Frijolito's $10.60 was the day's

best win dividend in an alter
noon of formful racing.

The dividends:
First Race t'
1 Hunter's Horn $4.00, $3.00
2 Emire Cross $6.40
Second Race
1 Garramufto $5.40, $2.60
2 Luisito $4.60
First Double' $8.20
Third Race
1 Napa $5.60, $3.00
2 Guacamaya $3.60
One-Two: $14.00
Fourth Race
1 Frijolito $10.60, 3$.40
2 Vilma P. $2.40
Quiniela: $9.00

Fifth Race
1 Janina $2.40, $2.20
2 Henco $2.20
Sixth Race'
1 Globe Trotter $3.80, $3.00
2 Remozada $5.40
Seventh Race
1 Ragazza $6.00, $2.40
2 Horaclo $2.60
Second Doble $10.00
Eighth Race
1-Sunfair $9.20, $4.40
Slngful $5.40
Quiniela $34.00
Nineth Race
1 Aberargie $6.60, $5.00
2 Golden Corn $8.00
One-Two: $79.00

Tenth Race,

1 Tiequest $5.60, $2.20
2 Canoe $2.20

Berra Wants
Newk In Series

!

NEW YORK (NEA) Yogi Ber

ra was sitting on tne top step ot
the Yankees' dugout and asking
people if they'd seen the Dodgers

lately.

"Newcombe, be said, "boy, he

must be gettin'' mad. Keeps losing
games in the ninth inning. Every

time they get two on base in a
row late like that they should

pssst take him out."

Ate you," Berra was asked,
trying to aavet his guy so he'll be

ready for you in the World Ser

ies?"

The squat one laughed.

1 1

Anything Ves;

Tennis

But A Menace

CINCINNATI (NEA) Ed Lap

pie is 69 and a retired veterinarian
and if fie dots own a rocking chair

it doesn't set much use.

dapple, seven days a weeK, az

weeks a year, walks two and

half miles from home to a tennis

club. He blays five hours a day

and tnen walks back to his bach

elor apartment where he eats din

ner and gets ready lor more ten

ms tomorrow. ? s-

"I clav more than 500 sets

year, missed one week of tennis

last year when the snow couldn 1

be cleared ou the. court," he says,

Lapple Jiasn't won a trophy,, out

that doesn't disturb mm. tie is

you see. still learning.

'How can 1 improve u 1 00m

take on better players than myt

self? he asks. And look at the
shape I'm in. Nobody can top me

for condition."

Mays 'To Follow

Crowd' To 'Frisco
But Heart's In NY

NEW YORK. UP) Willie Mays

savs he U loilow the crowd" to

San Francisco but it's obvious his

heart still lies in the Polo Grounds,

where he is the only' attraction

pulling; in the last remaining die-

hards today.

"I'll miss this place." said the

Giant center fielder, gesturing to

ward the familiar Polo Grounds'
landscape. "I'll miss it more'n
anybody knows. The fans have
been great to me here ... I feel
like this is my home and these

are all my friends.

But I eo where the team eoex

If it s San Francisco, that's it.

I've been there a coupla'- times.
Exhibition games, you know. It

seemed okay, to me. Struck me
as a real big .city, with a lot of

people, just like this one."

Like most of the other Giant

players, Willie frequently inquires

or baseball writers, "Hear any
thing new about us moving?"

He hasn t allowed his euriositv

to bother his playing performance,

nowever.

Mays' .329 battins average 1x

opped only by Hank Aaron of the

Braves and Stan Musial of the

ardinals, and he is flashier than

ever in the outfield.

Only 7,587 fans turned out to

watch the Giants beat the Dodg

ers, 9-4, Thursday, and there Was

little doubt from their ore-same

comments that a substantial num

ber of them plunked down the ad

mission price merely to see Mays.
Ten fans entering the- main eate

were asked what was their chief

reason lor attending the eamn

&1X O the 10 said thev ram. In

see Mays. Three others identif prf

them -elves as Dodger fans, and
one said he came out to the park
simply to get away from his wife.

It's time to step up to

finer flavor

Four Rom Bourbon time k now.
Don't miaa another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
distmfuiehed bourbon.

(0j I Jour : j
i)"'jjX ROSES

Yankees Score; Wins

To Increase AL, AL Margins

rtw s-YhitK A ii iv vi. Vrrt

Bfr Milwaukee Braves started a

new winning streak Saturday.

coming from behind to down

tne St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4, on

Hank Aaron's two-run double

m the 11th Inning.
The Braves, somewhat an

noyed when the Cardinals snan-

ped their 10-game victory string

naay uignt, appeared headed

towaras another setback when

St' ZiOuls, went ahead 4-3 In the
top of the 11th. But Frank Tor, Tor,-re
re Tor,-re -and Eddie -Mathews cracked

successive singles oil. Cardinal

relief pitcher Billy Muff ett. In
the bottom of the 11th and then
Aaron drove "them' both home

with his game-winning blow,

The defeat dropped the sec-,
ond place Cardinals Vt fcame.
back of the p a e e setting'
Bravs and left them one per--centage
point ahead of the
Brooklyn Dodgers, who fell be before
fore before the Pittsburgh. Pirates,
7-3. . -.;;
Ron Kline arave 110 onlv six

hits four by Roy Campanu Campanula
la Campanula In turnine In the tirst

complete game victory of his
career at Ebbets Field. After
spotting the Dodgers a 3-0 lead,

Pittsourgn Knocked out sandy

Koufax with a fourrun blast

in the fifth inning. It was only

Kline's fourth triumph against

la tosses this season.

Rookie 'Jack Sanford allowed
only six hits In registering his
16th victory of the campaign as

the Philadelphia Flumes aown

ed the New York vuiants.. 3-1

The Phillies broke a 1-1 the
with two runs, in the third in

ning, featured by Harry Ander
son's triple. Losing pitcher Ru

ben Gomes strained his right

shoulder, in the, midst of FhilA

delphla's rally and' was forced

to leave the game.

Fj-nla Banks' sacrifice flv In

the elehth inning scored Bob

Speake and enabled the Chicago
Cubs to edge the Cincinnati Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, 2-1. It was the Cubs' fifth

straight victory ana tne iirtn

straight loss for the Redlegs

who scored their lone run on a

homer by Frank Robinson. .',

: The New York Yankees In Increased
creased Increased their American League
lead to 6)4 games by downing
the Baltimore Orioles, firZ,
while the Detroit Tigers nip nipped
ped nipped the second place Chicago
White Sox, 9-8, in 10 Innings.

Bobbvi Shantz scattered nine

hits in gaining his first victory
since June 23 against the Orio Orioles.
les. Orioles. Mickey Mantle collected two

singles and a double to raise his

average two points to .384.

' Johnny oroth's nitn waignt
single scored Charley Maxwell

from second base in; the 10th to

give, the Tigers' their uphill vie-

Race Track

P.P. Hers

1st Race "E"

Jockey S.

Camment

Oiit

Natives. 7 Fgs. Purse $375 Pool Closes 1:00

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Black Ree
2 Folletlto
3 Rabiblanco
4 Don Orau
5 Toxic
6 Radical
7 Tinela
8 Moonshiner

BJ. Gus tines 105 Good effort in last
E. Dario 103 Could be upsetter
B. Baeza 106 In better shape now
J. Phillips 110; Could surprise,
F. Hidalgo 108 Bad trailer in last
A. Credidio 105 Early speed only
F. Alvarea 113 Seems "sure thing"
F. Gatica 106 Could be close up

3-1

15-1

3-1

. 5-1

10-1

15-1
EVEN
10-1

Snd Race, th. Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400' 'Pool Close3 1:30

2ND RACE OF THE DOVBLaT

1 Dun
2 Curale
3 Socorritoi
4 Soft Note
5 Bradomin

F. Gatica 113. Hard, to beat here .5. ,,
E. Ortega'OS Early ispeed only
S. Gonzales, 103 Loves .sunnerup iipot
A. Credidio lB6 an heat these
F. Alvaiez ICS Apparently washed up

6 Tiny Brook J. Phillips 105 Returns from layoff
7 Clybern R. Vasquez 112 Form indicates

21

15-1

"lit
44

8-1

3-2.

3rd Race "D"
1 Daniel

2 Marcelita
3 Takeaway
4 Rlqul

6 Dr. BUI

Natives Fgs. Purse $400
ONE TWO

Pool Closes 2:05

T'. Alvarez 110 -r-Could score again 2-1
H. Gustines 105 --Racing to best form 3-2
B. Baeza 108 Returns from layoff 5-1
G. Sanchez 135 Reportedly "ready" 3-2
J. Gongora 106 Will fight it out 2-1

4th Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.Purse $400

QUINIELA
1 Must Be F. Gatica 105 Would pay off

2 Vain Darling A. Credl. 100 Lacks early speed

3 Happy Abode J. June. 108 Said to be reaoV

4 Reynold J. Gongora 110 Usually beats these

5 Ocala Miss G. Sanchez 119 Soundest of group
6 Onda Real) G. Ramos lOOx Should be close up

7 Bluno) G. Cruz 108 Seems best her:

8 (Amat E. Dario 100 Nothing in months'

9 (Bacana H. Ruiz 112 Could make it now

Pool Closes 2:35

50-1
40-1
2- 1
3- 1
3-1
EVEN

EVEN-

5-1
5-1

5th Race, IV Mile Purse $2000 Pool Closes 3 03
ANTONIO ANGUIZOLA CLASSIC

It's time for

Fbu? Roses Bourbon
- AVAfLABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE CLUB

DISTRIBUTORS:

GLfc 'CYRNOS S. A,

1 Esteban
2 Tully Bar
3 Apache
4 (Coral
5 (Tanara

B. Baeza 88 --Day's best bet
F. Alvarez 116 Could be runnerup
J. Rodriguez 116 -Nothing to indicate
R. Vasquez 126 Weights handicap
G. Sanche 113 Early speed only

1-5

.3-1
10-1
3-1

3-1

torv over the White Sox. Chlca

eo hustled to a 4-0 lead in the

first inning on Minnie Mlfioso's

frana slam homer but tne
Igers refused to quit, sending
the game Into overtime with a
two-run rally in the ninth on

four straight singles.
The Washington Senators
banged out 19 hits In swamping

the Boston Red Sox, 16-2. Art
Schult pace the Nats with four

hits and four runs-oattea-in.
Ted Williams had one hit in two
official appearances to maintain
his .303 average.
Cleveland: was at Kansas City

in the only night action.
Best US, British
Amateurs To Go In

llalional Amateur

, NEW YORK (UP) Six former

chamoions and members of the

United States and British Walker

Cup 'teams are listed among tne

golfers who will attempt to suc

ceed Harvie wara Jr as .jvauou-

ai Amateur cnampion uexi rauum.
Ward lost his amateur Standing

two months ago after admitting

he accepted expense money ille

gally over a five-year period. That
will prevent him from trying tor
his third straight, title 'in the 57th
annual championship Sept. 9, -14

at the Brookline, Mass., Country

'Club.'

Howe ver.ll.592 other golfers, 0

lv eieht short' of the record set

last vear. filed entry .' blanks fcr

the match-olay competition. All

face 36 hole qualifying .rounds

Aug; 27 at 32 sites except for 31
colfers who Qualify automatically.

That leaves 169 berths jpen, which

means onlv o" .;f t nne
hopefuls will make the grade.

Heading the. exempt group are
former champions Charlie Coe

1949 of Oklahoma City, who also

qualified as pon playing captain
of thee .U.SjWalker Cuppers; Wil Willie
lie Willie Turnesa 1938, 1948 of 'Elms-ford.-N.Y.:
Ted Bishop 1946 -of

Cambridge, "Mas., and Dick Chap-

man law vi rinenurai, xn.w.
Two 01" ttmef t who won the

Amateur Wrfjr back when Charles
Chick '' Evans Jr. 1916i 1920 of
Chicaso and Jesse 1 Guilford 1921

of West Newton, Mass., will play
for sentimental reasons.
Best bets among the strong U.S.
Walker, Cup contingent are crowd-

pleasing Billy Joe Patton of .Mor-

ganton, N.C.; W5 rennet .-.up
Chuck ; Kocsis of Royal Oak,
Mich.: 1956 semi finalist' Joe

Campbell of Knoxville, fenn., and
Coe. '!'

Other Walker A Cuppers who will

play are Rex Baxter Jr.,; of Artia Artia-rillo
rillo Artia-rillo Tex.; Arnold Blum of Ma Macon,
con, Macon, Ga.; Bill Campbell of" Hunt Huntington,
ington, Huntington, W.Va.; Lt. Hillm an Rob Rob-bins
bins Rob-bins Jr., of Memphis;" Bill Hund Hund-man
man Hund-man III of Philadelphia: EJ Ma Ma-sn
sn Ma-sn Budoloh of Clarksville, Tenn.,
and Dr. Frank Bud Taylor Jr., of

Pomona, Kauf. 1

Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

1

u

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams .. W L Pet.

Milwaukee 72 43

St Louis

Brooklyn

Cincinnati .:
Philadelphia
New York. .

Chicago -.

Pittsburgh

63 51
64 52
61 4
60 55
54 64
44 69
42 72

GB

.626

.553 Vi
52 8Vs

.&3U 11
.522 12

.458 19 Ya

.389 27
.368 29

'.'i TODAY'S GAMES
New YorK at Philadelphia (2)
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
St. Louis at Milwaukee (2)
' Cincinnati at Chicago

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(11 Inninrs)

st; Louis ; 300 ood 000 014-11 0

Milwaukee 000 002 010 02 5 9 1

Jackson.. Muffett (11) and H.

Smith; Burdette McMahon (9)
Soahn (9) and Crandall. WP:

Spahn (14-8).'LP: Muffett (0-1).

HR: Schoendlenst (13).
Pittsburgh 000 240 0107 11 2
Brooklyn 120 000 0003 6 0

Kline (4-15) and poiies; kou-

fax. Labine (5), Drysdale (7) and
Campanella. LP: Koufax' (5-3).

HR's: Campanella 7,(13), Skinner

(9), Virdon (8). H ; ;

New York 100 000 0001 6 2

Philadelphia 102 000 00x 3 7 0

Gomez, Monzant Constame

m, S. Miller (8) and Thomas,

Westrum (8) j Sanford (16-4V
and Lonnett. LP: Gomez (13-10).

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams

New York
Chicago
Boston .
Baltimore :
Detroit
x-Cleveland
Washington

x-K'sas City

W L

75 40
68 46
61 54"
56 57'
57 58 v
55 60'
44 72
43 72

Pet. GB

.652
.596 6Vt
.530 14
.496 18
.496 18
.478 20
.379 3iy3

.374 32 .

x-Night gam not Included

TODAY'S GAMES
' Chicago at Detroit
? Cleveland at Kansas City
' Baltimore at New York (2)
, Boston at Washington
YESTERDAY'S RESIH.TS

Baltimore r 000 002 0005 9 2
New York 003 101 Olx 6 11 0

Moore. O'Deir (lJ. Pa.Das ix

andTriandos; Shantz (10-3) and
Berra. LP:' O'Dell (2-6). HR;

Kell (8.- ;

Boston 000 000 110 2 8 2
Wash. 510 703 00x-l6 19 I

Minarcitf (b), Stone (6) and
White;.: Kemmerr (7-7) and
Courtney. LP: .Fornieles 1(7-12),
HR's: Yost (9), Schult (2), Pier Pier-sail
sail Pier-sail (10),

Cincinnati
Chicago

100 000 tiOO 1
100 000 Olx 2

Jeffcoat (9-10) arid Bailey:

Hillman. l)wn (8) and Neeman.

WP; Loyn (5-4), HR: Robinson

Marine Dethrones

Huelet "Joe Benner
As Pistol Champion

CAMP' PERRY. Obio (TTPV

Thursdav. Marine 1st Lt. Willism
M. McMillan overcame a 8-oint

deficit in the finals of the national
oistol -phampionshios to de,lrnne

five time winner Army M.>,

Huelet L. Benner..

Racetrack tips

By CONRADO

6th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $656 Pool Closes 3:45

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Mirtlno R. Vasquez V.i' High priced rater
2 Picararo J. Guzman 106. Showing improvement
3 Batallon J. Rodriguez 115 Will fight it out
4 EI Agheila H. Gustines 112 Usually close up
5 Elegido F. Alvarez 106 Jockey will help
6 Best B. Baeza 113 Should improve here

ii

15-1
3-2
3-1

3-1
3-1

7th Race Cth Series imp. 1 Fgs. Purse 6400 Pool Closes 4:26

2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Carraway A. Credidio ICS Best early foot li-1
2 Matricuiado D. Cortes 113 Impressive win last 10-1

3 Panzaretta H. Gustines 106 Good early speed too 10-1
4 Cypress Bull G. Sanchez 113 In fight to finish 2-1

5 Teloreo F. Gatica 103 Early speed only 15-1
6 The Gipsy J. Rodriguez 110 Dangerous contender 3-1

7 Nautical T. B. Baeza 106 Vast improved 4-1

8 Dagon R. Vasquez 115 Form indicates 3-2
9 (Lyrical J. Cadogan 110 Good earlv speed 3-1
10 (Oyster F. Alvarez 105 In fight ail the way 3-1

1th Race, 4th Series Imp. 1 Pr. Pane 869

QUINIELA ;
lOUver O. Milord lOOx Returns from layoff
2 Gramllla H. Ousttnes 1M Could go an the way"
. 3 Plateado S. Carvajal 109 Nothing hi months
4 Plcudo F. Alvarez 112 Should beat these
5 Crews Bill B. Baeza 108 Will fight it out
6 (Atha)ar C Ruiz 115 Showin? imorovemen.
7 (Pappa Hynn J. Phil. 105 Refuses to start. 1

Peel aMS 4:S5

.100-1

i 34
. ,15-1

. 3-2
2- 1
' 31
3- 1

tk Raee Za anil 3r4 Series 7 F.anc 75f

; OKI TWO
1 Rosier H. Gustines 106 Not against these -3
Embassy A. Credidio 106 Bad legs hamper :
3 Double Four B. Baeza 106 Returw la good shape
4 Chlvtlinco A- Gonzales 100 Most go lower
Oermanio F. Alvarez 122 Choice hard tight
Opulent f Phillips 105 Apparently on form
T BacandtA D. Cortes 111 Could score 3rd in row1
t Embrujad JL Vasqves 111 Back in wint form'
9 OUtlngo F. Gatica 105 Ceuld core agaia

'Pool Cleees 5:36

WW

20-1
' 3-1
50-1

3-3

15-1
S-2
3-4
W

lKh Raee, 1st aa4 U Serbe Imp. 1 Fgs.
, Pane $16t Pe Oeees 6 :
1 bonetma P. Alvarez 1?8 Track's' best sprinter
2 Kadir H. Oustlnea 103 Always runs well
3 Oarllan A. Credidio 104 Bark ia best form
4 Uelendes B. Baexa 116 Could snake tt here

-EVEN
; 3-i
,. 1-5

1 -Tinela

2- Clyber
3- Mareelita
4-Bluno(3)
5-Esteban
6- Mirtino ..
7-Cy press Bull
8- Picude
9- Germanio ;
10-MeIendez'

v Rabiblanco
Socorrito
, .,Pr-BiU
Happy Abode
Coral (e)
'Batallon
; Dagon
.Crews Hill
fiacancito
Gonetino

The final results gave the Ma

rine oificer an a?grcate toX" of
2.612- compared to tenner's 2,610.

out of a possible 2,700.

' Wave Lt. (j) Nancy Ellifrit of

Dixon, 111. broke the women's na national
tional national record for .45 caliber time

fire with 198 out of 200. This was

one point .better than the old rec

ord set n 1955,

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
1
STJNDAIV AUGUST 18. 1957
eno

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Biitviitle

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'NEwYORK' (NM-- Soma
times yon tfan'.pranstftaotf tighj
and the opponents quickly agree
they should beat each other, up
and customers are ready to rustle
up nn'ney;- hut you still'wind up
waiting so lung it seems as if the
match ha, to pass through both

Keep Ah Eye On Kids In This

Year's
Mtrw" VOHK. AuiL 17 YUP)
KMn'an" eve on the kids inthis
year's national amateur champion-
chin .Sef-etarv due fey ui inc
tt c .ftnlf Assn. warned todaVi
. Th' kiddie corps is lagging ih
tenrti hut zoominfl in golf,, and
a' crop cf 2J-year-olds headed by
.w ramnhfill of Purdue and Rex
Baxter of the University ot Hous Houston
ton Houston ao the probable giant-killers
in September's U. s amateur ai
Brookline," Massi
"The tournament, as usual, ; Is
strictly H i gfaiit' grab-bag," said
" Dey; "It's particularly true with
two- -f tim thampion Harvie Ward
on the sidelines thisV year, But,
just guessing, 1 don't think; any anyone
one anyone has stronger chance ;tha
Campbell or (Baxter. :v?;
, "They'ri both just tremendous,
their tender age notwithstanding.''
Othr Poiibilitl
Other "ydung fry" rated an ex ex-cpllent
cpllent ex-cpllent chance are Mason Rudolph
nf Clarkesville. i Tenn.i 22 : -Aif
Force Lt.- Hillman Robbins Jr.,
Of Memphis, n, and- Ward Wett Wett-laufer
laufer Wett-laufer of Buf f alor 2K
But the hot shot of '57 and
presumably for Jong years' to
comftret Campbell and Baxter
Both : are former NCAA champs.
Campbell blaied furiously in last
vear' amateur; ev,en In' his .semi;
final defeat by Ward.
"Harvie. d hlm-Jour down with
ix tab-go- in, 3 hole match'.
Dey recalledi,; "Campbell prompt-j
ly fired a hcle-in-one and an eagle
but fjlnnlly lost;2 and 1,' h&tstr.t
Ani-flU-ronnd' athlete out ef -An-dersonj.
Ind.r Je starred, in golf
and hasketbaH at Purdue, winning
the NCAA golf crown in 1955 and
capturing Jht,,basketbal team last
xar. He was named to the United
"lVes "Small America" for basket
lM .tfaraii--taller thaiv,5-lff4-" :
i Baxtef.'if hfcjled "by y-Dey a' a
real strong, promising boy,"' won
the NCAA. own in 1956,V the US
GA Junior title ill' 1953, r Mexican
amateur in 1954, the Trans-Mississippi
this yeaj., He's f romAmari-
?: Junior. Ch.rtiB' -v-lJi"
'I
1 Rudolph, ikt. junior champi In
1950 ant won. the Western Ama Amateur
teur Amateur last' year Robbins, the Air
Force tbampv won the NCAA title
In 1954 while at,-Memphis State
anrf Wttlaiiir- ent '. himself a
chunk ef -umvanted 'publicity only
last Sunday with a scorecard mix-
Z'PK
'V .r: V-

jGgls 'Mell Worthy

houses of congress! T"". '.
The Kubr Rav Robinson Car
men.Bosilio battle 'scheduled for
the 'Md-Grounds, Sept. '23,' for
example.-' : ' ;
'Botii fighters now are in train
ihg lor what amounts to the most
attrartive juatth, fighting wise,
the business has1 had since' Rock
Marcinnn and Archie Moore 4w0

US National : Amateur

up in the "World"' amateur cham-
pionsnip." v
Wettlaufer, golf captain, at Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., won
the "World" title last year J and
apparently tied singer Don, Cherry
Sunday but became excited at the
scorer's. table and signed, a score-
card with 'an incorrent total, much,
as did Jackie Pung in the v wom women's
en's women's national open at JIamaroneck
N. Y.', last June. Wettlaufer wasn't
disqualified, but a two-strike pen pen-alty
alty pen-alty for th infraction dropped hi
to third place..
l4. ', 'T-1'
-The "oldsters" like Chuck 'Koc 'Koc-sis,
sis, 'Koc-sis, big' Bill "Campbell,.-Bill Hynd Hynd-man,
man, Hynd-man, Charlie Coe Billy JcPatton
and Arnold Blum are likely to be
much in evidence at Brookline.
? But golf, once regarded as1 an
old mau'8 game; is' slipping, away
to thou kiddie corps as: a direct
result of the greatest-' boom the
sport eve has known.,
TedCvilliams To Get
Back Inlo lineup
Against Hals Today
WASfTlNGTON.- Aug. 17 (UP)i (UP)i-Ted
Ted (UP)i-Ted Williams,-1 sidelined by a stiff
neck last nieht. hotd to be back
in Mton ,&cainst.,Washiigton tft-
pay so nc touiO'resumef nisv- ui ui-tie
tie ui-tie with Mickey Mantle for the A-
nleriean.Leteue battintf .crow fi
While Wfluams. was forced to
siV.out last night's ame between
the Red Sox' and.V Senators, his
league. leading average, remairi-
ing at -393. Mantle coueciea iwo
hits, iu -Jour official trips against
the Baltimore Orioles to raise his
mark two points to .382. ,f ;
Williams said he woke Tip with
a stiff neck yesterday morning aftt
er : an- all-night' train ride 'from
Boston; He took batting practice
hefore last nisrht's 'came but bare
ly war able to hit a ball out of
le;infleW.;V'':';-K'v';i',.
The Red Sox' slugger offered to
play anyway, but Red Sox manag manager
er manager Mike Higgins vetoed the move,
How Williams and Mantle com compare:
pare: compare: r '-
v, .h AB R H HR RBI Pet.
Williams 354 79 139 31 72-;393
Mantle - 380 102 145 32-83 .382
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years ago. But this one did not
begin with Basilic,. the welter

champion; pitching camp at Alexandria-
Bay,- N.-Y., or Robinson,
the middleweight king,- starting
his workouts do wnstate- at Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood Lake. '" ' I r
It began, instead, on a cold Feb February'
ruary' February' day, in 1956. Basilioi Was
stretched ou; on a rubbing table
ia' the stuffy little gymnasium in
which lie trains at- Syracuse. One
of his (managers, Joe Netro, was
rubhiug his oack and the other,
Johnny De John, ;was over1 by the
window; vf looking down -at snow snow-filled
filled snow-filled streets. r
' 'A lot of money,' 1 guess-," Car Carmen
men Carmen grunted. . A' '
'"You'd need help counting it,"
Netro-said.',, v J
"Enough-In 4t fpr' meto ;geCA
nice little-business and set, me up
for life,'!rDe John said.'
Then Basilio went into the" showi
er, He was finished with oue of
his finai workouts before leaving
for Chicago and title -defense' a
gamst Johnny -faaxton, who was
to be easy, VV j,, J$
That night In New Yorkr Robin Robinson
son Robinson was found encased in an im immaculate
maculate immaculate plaid suit at the ring ringside
side ringside of a small 'fight club in
QueWSi.;Ci'v"J,!r--rVi'-:r',''-i':,3-'--'
."You saw that boy today?" he
smiled. -"TelT him '.'I was askin'ior
him if Vou, ice Mm again.f That'll
a lot of mbneywe're gonna make
together." '''-?.-':
'A liquor store,1!: Grille iBraca,
one of his managers, said, "I'm
going to et V liquor Store." ,i
'Cadillac,?! ;said -Geof ge Gaini Gaini-ford,
ford, Gaini-ford, another manager,
Prospects then were for a gate
of approximately' the same value
as it f.gurs to be in September
soraewberef about;; $K,Wf.t VI
So with 'all this, dancing -through
every bodyta head, Saxton, the run
and clutch guy, proceeded to take
a debatable decision from BasiliO
in Chicago; While the decision was
hdng telecast, telephones in New
Yor)i began ringing. Robinson was
calling BracS, Gainford wa try trying
ing trying to get Robinson and Killer
Johnson, another" manage! In Chi Chi-cago,
cago, Chi-cago, was drying to gef anybody.
"It only TouldihappeBto me,?
moaned RoWnsonJM' v vr'v
v Basilio' had to iieht Saxton twice
more before he.eoul set on an
even keel asain.flttkeiotime,
Robinson got,- na or hodo : uison.
Bv the time both fiehters looked
rpartv. asain. Gena Fullmer, -had
put jhimself into ,th picture. He
beat Robmson in New .xorstfoa
finally, last May, Robinson got na
of him, with a left, hook- to again
set -the staged-;' : : ,, -..Now,
it is a red-hot. big money
match 19 months after the blao
was set. up. But for Braca0tjie
raspy-voi?ea (isroaaway .guy-, wuo
did most of' Robinson's managing
in his comeback; the waiting has
only. .smarted for. that liquor store.
A While back, it seems, Robinsou
decided he- could -do without Bra
ea'a- efvij.;''--l i
, H wailed," Ernie" said., "about
twb vears.' Now I am to waitMo
get my case on the court calendar
and tneii get a Rearing, 'm suing
uus guy.' m .'
This is the kind of fight, it seems,
that you wait lor,
ciaaref f 3 $h:'M
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J By HARRY GRAYSON .

"NEW YORK (NEAV Cookie
I.nvaprttn. who has won oennants
and broke up no-hit World Se
ries game with a pinch-hit against
the. riant tield fence, uut on his
Washington uniform.' For a ball ballplayer
player ballplayer who know what, it is to
win this in itself is an: intensely
brave act, 1 i ,'..
-, Nothing, however, compared to
what Xvagetto,vthe old Brooklyn
hero, wa about to say.
Had Calvin Griffith said any anything
thing anything to him about a contract ior
next year? Cookie was, you see,
the first of the interim manager
so popular this season,,,- :
."Calvin hasn't brought up the
subject as yet,'? said Lavagetto,
"but beheva 1 have a good
chance to stay.". - -.- i
Lavagetto actually wants to man manage
age manage the Senators. He is a most
courageous man.- Perhaps it's the
historic .buildings in Washington.
Outside his office, the player
were olavinc cards, waiting until
it was time to take batting prac
tice. Lavagetto looked at the hired
bands and it gave him an idea of
how to describe his team.-,
"The Yankees ustart .with, aces
back to hack,-"' he said. "I open
with" deuces., Once in a while I
beat an ace with a deuce, but the
percentage definitely is against
me."., -'.. i
The Senators-are a rare -collection
of icadeauates.: They are load
ed with athletes -who couldn'fi
make it elsewhere.. Tbey. are intol intol-erablv
erablv intol-erablv !ow.v The club is seventh
in the .league in batting, sixth in
fielding-. There 5 isn't a starting
? Washington pitcher in, the first 30
arned-run averages, where Ted
Abernatby and Chuck Stobbs are
holding up the league witn 6.99
and 6,55, respectively $
- Joe Black walked by: Big and
wide shouldered ,and still young,
BlacK. sho,uld;berable to throw the
ball t.nough cement. But his arm
seems shot: and no other outfit
wanted him." Lavagetto took him
because when -you manager the
Senators you take .anybody you
can: get.
Do the Senators -have anybody
of worth in the minors? Lavagetto
sboOk-'hiS: headr. Jiwif-Vii
"Charley Dressen looked all' ov
er the minors and says we don't
have a ballplayer,'! he explained..
Balbea
Ma's Summer League
Team 1
I Wen Lest
Albrook-Flyers
56
42
40
36
33
2-
28
28
26
25
251
14
Rodman Rollers
22
Clayton Carbines
24
Ancon Anchors
28
31
Diablo Devils
Cocoli Palms V
Curundu Comets
Los Rios Rivers
35
36
36
: 38
39
Amador Sailors
Farfan Fan
Corozal Chiefs
Balboa Boa
39
48
Plnitert Hounded clink.
pjod-
ding and plucking plenty pin at
the Balboa Bowle-a-rena .Thursday
nieht in a one-shift affair. But with
the approachei on the twelve lane
in a satisfactory condition, ma ma-n
n ma-n Vfcfflr' tvsr StrifinM nf ea-
Urn ate alibi and' had to resort to
Ihi nutnmin "rvlfiff.tnwl" v,
rietv of excuses for low- scores
SDlittitis. the bowlers' cureaded
disease appeared on many -a score
sheet,' Cherry -picker also; made
their presence feu. A a result
there were quite a number of
game that the boy would nice
to foTBet and definitely should not
Dfreyeaied in print. :
.Cnrnmio.V.:Vt
The Flyers after being 'ground
ed last week, became airborne this
week and blasted the Curundu Co
mets to smithereens, nicking iio
four winning tab while widening
their lead. ..
B6b Richardson, getting ready
for tho Classic and Major Leagues,
set the pace with a 579 series. Dick
Brown tosed a 556, followed by
two southpaws, Curly Kilgalleo
with 53i and Ed" Russell with -an
even 500. The only Come: who re
sisted the Flyers attic k in any
degm- was Manny Fernandez with
a 509. The Flyers por.?l the high
. . I l i 1 L
earns seriea 10 ue oini, wim a
253. : -. . .-;, .'
j Clayton 1 Redman I
The expected tattle for ecor.d
man won me iirit- stanza ty
mns, but lost tne second to the
Carbine 'by a, big margin of 67
pins. The last game went right
down tne line wita the burden M
the two anchor men, both stal
warts of the alleys, and when the
smoke cleared away the C9?e
sheet read 799 for Clayton, 193 for
Rodman, but then the certified
public accountants came in and
audited the line scores and dis
covered that Tony Lettenberger
was short changed two pins. This
broke the, tie giving th Carbines
10 l.
Carbine Chuck Aimeda was
rough on the Roller with a 56S.
Tony Luttenberger hot a SO?-for
Clayton and hi teammate Tur-
ner hit for 503 and Butch Lane
just met the 500 requirement. For
the Rollers, Art Graham came up
with 527 set asd Bob Tound had a
tough sight for a 507, ... ;
Only ia th last game was An An-co
co An-co able to do anything, when
tbty scored an ago game ad edge
out the Devils by 17 pins. Too
much jkin-divinf fihif tsUed
Billy Coffey to be a little stiff and
had to post a 214 irnme in the

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Cookie Lavacett
"And you know you can't buy a
eood .one. Sure, you tan trade.
Somebody 'lr give me two 35-year-
old, guys for Roy sievers'
Meanwhile: Lavagetto has to
struggle along with the 1 cuUs
cheered only hy lSievers' spectac-
uleT-bume; run hitting, which is
about jtll that is keeping a dying
franchise alive.1' ... ;
The Senators have had a long
and dismal histbry, but the Situa Situation
tion Situation never' before was as bad as
it is today. And the Griffiths, and
the P.ohertjons have neither the
inclination nor the means to do
anything about it.
Yet' Cookie Lavagetto, the win
ning ballplayer, wants to come
back for more ,next year;
He Would make an excellent
third ih a Russian roulette game,
this, manager who, '; because of a
total lack of speed, has to play
brute' strength baseball with .180
hitter?. 1
bbut 23' pin her game under his
average. -Jut il was uu Viiueon
that really knocked the Anchors
for a loop with, his steady, bowling
ana a 33i set. .i
ine ueviis aiso received some
able assistance from four of the
AnconKes.. only Bud Balcer refus
ed to be a party of helping the
DeVils by inocklng off a si6 series.
His four assistants did. lot come
close- to the 500 mark and would
preter that the.ubject be dropped
so- it is.
Cerexal 2 Balbea 5
. Corozal Chiefs drew first blood
and it was a bucketful because
their winning margin of 98 pins
in the first round enabled them to
cop toe TP Was ring...The Boas,
when aroused in the next two
rounds crushed the chiefs by com comfortable
fortable comfortable differences but not enough
to overtake 'the 98 'oih deficit.
mey were close in the TP's los
ing by only 21. Chief cook and hot
tie washer iof-Corozal was Sam-
also preoarinr for the Maiors was
Bobo Boyervwith 503 and Ed. Low-
-WJ--ttfAM ...
: -' Cotoll 2 Las Riot 2
' With both Quintets rollina- over
zow mis was interesting fracsi.
In the opening game the Rivers
flooded the lanes-with a 905 same
but the Cocoli Palms chanced the
course of strikes and (pares and
took the next .two games, but.jiot
sumcienuy to- mop up we river a
overflow Ih the opening' episode.
"This match produced the, near-.
cai approacn 10 me ouu series.
when Urtdy Lindenberc of the
Parmt, swung and swayed to a
resounding. 591, For. the Bivers
flowing along with only four ac active
tive active bowlers and one blind, each
member present quartet went ov over
er over -the 5C quota, Dick Soyster set settled
tled settled for 648,- Don Rudy 524, Mister
KODerts a 520 and Newmeraber
Knottek had his- baotitmal in the
league -with a 516.
; Amader 3 Farfan. 1
' The' admirals when they v win
and sailors when they lose, took1
tne xirst oy tnree pins, the second
one by 25 and the TP by three,
leaving the Farfan invader from
the; West Bank 'with one point In
the' last game. -The
Navy boys won and yet on
ly one of their armada went
er'lhc 500, when Jira Da via an
Albrook airmaa on duty with the
Navy clicked off 509. The Fans
had two who went over the mark,
Selm also getting la shape for the
Majors ana uasste bagged a 543
aid John Malek 509. There were
two fan that went under the 409
mark but they feel the pains with
out speinnf out inrtr names.
Honor Roll: 600 Club (none for
third straight week). ... -200
Society- Blisj 200. iindaa-
berg 204, 301 f Gniadek 224; Knot-
tea at, oyster 213, GUieon 202,
Coffee 214, Glud 200 Balcef 203,
TurjOff 200. Aimed a 20l, Graham
212, Rkhardsea 224, KilgaUear 205.
Bo? Tint Bits,- Begged Borrowed
and Bagged: Marion Me Dowell,
cieveupo star, in a pot gamei
oaa ii smse to a row when some
spectator offered hint a wager
that be could not shoot a 301 game,
lie Dp well accepted the offer. He
instructed the pin spotter to stand
another pin next to the t pin. Mc
Dowell than rolled his 12th strik
at4 his 331 came.

Brusk-Batk 'Pitch Still Remdiftsi
n&iinQtntiwifr Won win n v Uitvlov

By JIRRY RUBIN
- CINCINNATI (NEA) Warren
Giles may be tightlipped.T but the
high,, hard one that starts in' an
attempt to keep the hatter "hon "honest"
est" "honest" remains a part of baseball'
menacing strategy.
Large Crowd Attends
Table Tennis Opener
: ; At Paraiso Gym ;
The second annua I" Unlsport
Table Tennis Tournament, which
got underway Jast night at Parai Paraiso,
so, Paraiso, attracted an unusually large
crowd. The evening's ? activities
featured Donald Leacockr an d
James Griffith in the senio brarf
ket and Walter Chandler and As
ton Brown in the High School
group.
Leacock emereed the wlnnen af
ter hectic opposition from n's riv'-
ai, who gave a good account of
himself, while Walter .- Chandler
(trounced Aston Brown -' following
stubborn competition. Leacock won
21-17, 21-17 while Chandler was
stretched to three games before
earning the decision .21-19; 19-21,
21-. -. ''i' ..' t-
Activities will be resumed Mori Mori-day
day Mori-day evening : with the following
matches listed for presentation:
(J, Mightengaie vs V. Sampon
L. .Moreno, vs J. .Webster
C. Innii vs B. Eastmond
M. Granum vs M. Austin
H. Bryce vs A. Hamilton
K. Blanchett vs F. Durham
;L, Nevers v C; Carrington
k. mc Doweu vs W. Hill
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tional National League about the problem
that i sent him into action when
Birdie Tebbetts suggested racial
prejudice and, he calmly replies,
"Iff grosly exaggerated. I'm not
going to discuss the bean ball or
the duster- any more.- It's played
up."
But listen to Ed Bailey, who
claims he calls for the close one
every day;J "The .pitcher has got
tc think of his own bread-and-butter,"
says the Reds' catcher.
"If a' batter gets too comfortable,
we've got to do something to un unsteady
steady unsteady him. So we pitch him close
just inside the strike zone. We
depend on the pitcher's control
not to get too close.
"If he hits a batter, the ban
could have ; slipped. I don't want
to comment on any intentional
beaning. I really haven't thought
about ft. Sure, a pltche- get mad
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Smokey Burgess,. Bailey's back backstop
stop backstop mate, says that "any batr
leaning over the plate JEor the
curve deserves to be hit."
The stocky Redleg denies any
intent to injure on the pitcher's
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part. His logic: "Every batter
likes the ball going away. Take
Ron Northey. He's big and mus muscular
cular muscular and doesn't like to be tied
up inside. The pitcher has ji(st get
to pitch him tight "for his ow
protection, -fv
"When I go up-to bat, I'm, not 4
guessing about what pitch to ex expect.
pect. expect. If I wait for. the curvd: sjnfl
get the fast one,. I deserve to bo
hit.- A. pitch could hit me ndr iiot
be far off the plate.'? ,.'-.ifa
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"Even Stan Lopata of the-'Philii
lies, a team that minds itsa
ners and stays out of trouble ad"
mits that his pitchers sometnne
pitch to the brink of danger?
"We' haven't been thrown iat mm:
have we thrown at anybody, y
the big Philadelphia catcher; Wit
co out there to win nd stawit.

of trouble. We- doubt if wy bit-,,
ting of' the batter is intentSonst,
If anybody wants -to fight, let f
get a ring.-' 1 ft
' "I have- called for th4nsh-rr
back pitch. We've got to kwu the--.

a. high inside target and hopo-i
can hit it. If not, there's troaftle.P
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;With Mayo Smith, it'g i shtrpfo
matter '1 "it'is
"We havenl been irtvolvei-in
any trouble this year," fcayr th,
Phillies't manager. li sii:.-
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; Hv.f- ,v iKr i.P V I- TV 1 .TV: : this space is for sale;--;
1 THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE 'f-': ;'lW W-Yl&bt&li tlm' l'f I 1 1 I V V, V f 1 S.

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Houses
FOR MNTf Al Carre Asul.
concrete house, three btdroomi,
living room, etc. Phono 3-6059.
(Aurolio).
. FOR HINT: Two -bedroom
k chalet, living-dining room, swlm swlm-minf
minf swlm-minf pool, electric light $100.
" In Corro Asul. Information: ath
, St. 5-30. Phono
FOR RENT: Brand new chalet,
'lama Alegre." 2 badroomt, living-dining
room, porch, hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2 2648,
2-26TI.
, FOR RINT: Residence, eornar
11th Street Paitilla (formerly
ecupied by Prof. Fainland.) 3
badroomt, 2 bathroomi, living
and dining room, maid facilitas,
2 porchoi, garage, largo garden.
$125. Call 3-3652 from -1 1
and ovoning after I p.m.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Ocoanside Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
r :
J FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach Houia. Phone Balboa
J 2830, nink to twelve noon, Mon Monti'
ti' Monti' day through Friday.
Commercial Sites
' P0R RENT:- Large (pace for
office on the firit floor, 22nd
f Street East No. 24-72. Informa Informa-i
i Informa-i tion: 8th St. No. 5-30. Phone
-t -1.

Once-Thriving Gl Home Loan Deals
Dying Fast; Interest Hike Factor

t." WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)
"Government and private housing
. official" ay the once-thriving GI
home loan program is just aaout
dead.
They agree It received a prob-
. able deVtli blow when interest
rates on FHA loans were raised
and down payments lowered.
Gaveuiment officials say the
, the program no longer can com-
pete forf ioab money even agaiust
.the g.'Vernment's other sagging
mortgage guarantee programs.
' A bill before Congress to liberal-
, jre tne- program still would not
correct 'its basic weakness the
' 4V per. cent interest rate that is
the maximum under the law.
Hit The Skid
The GI loan began to hit the
1 skids with the advent of "tight
Money", according to the Veter Veterans
ans Veterans Administration. Applications
tor Gl loans in July, 1SJ55, were
; About 55, 0. Last month they
were around 20,000 and slipping.
' Back in the same month in
1955 iew nume starts under the
GI program were more than 37, 37,-00,
00, 37,-00, compared to a little more
Jhan 12,000 two years later.
,rln banks across the nation the
'prime" interest rate has climbed
ito 4 Mi per cent the same charged

U,S. Farmers May Lose Plush Export
Market If Japan Suffers $ Shortage

UVaSHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)
The Foreign Agriculture Service
' baa warned tha American farmer
1952Ford 695.00
IfSrCbevrolet ...695.00
MSJ Chevrolei ...795.00
mi Plymouth ...845.00
!ljxclltnt machinical
condition
t
SI
NEW PAINT
;rl951 Nash Airflytc.
Eed-Typc Rodeo. 1295.00
f,hm effeTiar a Variety of
wer prfeeel BepcBdable
t jca4 ears.
I',: -, .."
NO DOWN PAYMENT
iff .".NECESSARY.
"i
T(nn to svlt rmr
:TiV0Un0T02S
t TfroH CrawstRg-TeL t-KTi

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Apartments
attention; a i.i bo
modem furniihed apartment, I,
' 2 badraoma. hot. cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT Spaciou two-bad-room-
unfurnished apartment ia
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hour.
FOR RENT: One and two-bedroom
apartments, $60 and $70.
Parquo Lefevro, House No. I.
11th Street. Phone 3-4818
mornings.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
servant's room, garage, hot wa water,
ter, water, in "D" Street, El Cangrejo,
House "Rotira." Information:
8th St. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: FurnMied 1 -bedroom
apartment wf I light, gas
and telephone, $70. In Sabana
No. 172. Information: 8th St.
No. 5-30. Phona 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, hot
water, garage, porch, modern
.and largo. In "J" Street, El
'Cangrejo No. 2.. Information:
8th Street No. 5-30. Phona
2-218. .
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water. Justo Aroseme Aroseme-na
na Aroseme-na Ave. 37-11, For information:
37th Street East 4-23.
Meg For Trinidad
LONDON, Aug. 17 (Ijf)
Princess Margaret will visit
Trinidad 1n the Caribbean next
spring for the inauguration of
the first West Indian Legisla
ture, it was announced today.
on a GI loan. The prime rate is
the interest charsed bv hanks tn
borrowers with the highest credit
ratings Loans to other customers
ara scaled up from that.
Discount Rate Hiked
If the Gl loan needed anotlier
crippling blow, it got it recently
when the Federal Reserve Board
hiked tht discount rate from fhree
to ZVx per cent at many district
banks. The discount is the interest
it charge: when member banks
want to borroW.
This probably will pull even
more loan money out of circula circulation
tion circulation since banks are expected to
be reluctant to pay higher interest
rates to federal reserve district
banks.
Congress has before it a bill to
hroadt-E th GI program, especial especially
ly especially in direct loans in rural areas
and small towns where no mort mortgage
gage mortgage money is available. The
measure also would extend the
deadline for applications by World
War II veterans by one year
from the present July 25, 1958.
Korean veterans have until 1965.
(But the bill makes no attempt
to increase interest rates, which
housing experts regard as the
death knell of the GI program.
he may lose some of his rich
export market in Japan if Japan
suffers a dollar shortage.
Japan was this country's best
farm market through 1952-55 aid
the United States was second only
to ths United Kingdom in 1956.
Japw currently is imp orting
bout $1,500,000,000 of farm prod products
ucts products a year. The American share
is almost 400 million dollars.
But the future outlook is un uncertain,
certain, uncertain, the FAS says.
After World War II Japan paid
with dollars supplied chiefly by
the U. S. armed forces. This flow
has now shriveled somewhat, with
Japan relying chiefly on what she
sella for export. But the is'and
country Is still importing twice
as much from the United States
s it exports to this country.
Laos Dependent
The Nipponese ara depanding
jless on American farm products,
and In addition, the rest of tie
world has mora farm product to
j export thin formerly.
! With her own exports increasing,
I Japan ha more foreign exenange
for trading elsewhere. Thu. it
! becoming eaaier for her to buy
products from other cou.ttncs.
And i.i she long run, the expert
i tar. she will h Inolinxl K,,-
, from centuries which buy from
nrr.
Here are some highlights of
japaas trade with the United
States:
COTTCN: Japan tmporta more
than two trillion hales aamiaQy,
OOo-tbird from tha I'.iii c, ..
In 1856, she look 25 jer cent of
U. 6. cotton exDorta.
RICK: Japaa imports about 2S
muuoa mci annually, about 12
per ceit of tU need. The United
States supplies about ooe-fourth of
jaia. aaoro uis per rent of
U. a. rie ernerta vmi( tm Jan..
idurinf l52-ei. - r
f Wheel Mertet
WMIATt The United SUtea ex
ports sniluon to 50 miHioa
B mymm VBaiuairj. 1 HIS

- snore taaa sa per e4 of Ja

UK AVE rOUR AD WITH ONE Of OUR

INTERNAL.
BARDO No
FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS SO
the Bella Vista Teotre.
Automobiles
)
FOR SALE: .1952 Hillman
Minx, $350. Phone Navy 3493.
Qtrs. 206-C, Rodman. , !'.
FOR SALEr 1950 Studebaker
Champion; good tires, overdrive,
2-door, look good,, runs better,
$365; also 1954 For 4-door,
radio, heater, excellent tiros, very
good condition throughout 29, 29,-200
200 29,-200 actual miles, $1250. Phone
Albrook 86-7176.
FOR SALE: 1957 Pick-up, Vi
ton. Can be financed. 3rd of No November
vember November Street No. 3-A-22;
MUST SELLt t- 1948 Cadillac,
good condition, good tires, duty
paid, $250 cash. Call Balboa
2-3181.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
4-door, 1955, 6000 miles, $815
Call Panama 3-5449.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson Com-'
mander, 8 cylinders, radio, good
running condition. Leaving for
States, must sell. Call Balboa
2-1451.!
-t-
FOR SALE: 1950 Chrysler 4 4-door
door 4-door Windsor With radio. Owner
leaving, best offer. Ft. Gulick
08-280.
FOR SALE: Olds 98 Holiday
4-door, 1955. 6000 miles, $800
worth accessories. Best offer ever
$2600. Phone Balboa 4475.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
Wagon, 8 -passenger V-8, 8600
miles, extras. Panama 3-3004
between 8-9 a.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Fordf Tudor
V-8, clean inside and out $250.
Phono Albrook 86-3272.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, eallons eallons-sea,
sea, eallons-sea, Initown toe Balls, .foot nus nus-(.,
(., nus-(., ete. X
Services "SCBQLL'S
Products X
J. Arosemeni Ave. 33-48
" Tel. 3-2217
TRANSPORTIS IAXTER. S.' A.
Packers Shipper K4ovor
Phoncs 2.245 1 2 2562
Learn Ridinf at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinf. Jampinej Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call 1
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama e-0552
nIw canon
CAMertAO
Model V (
With F 1.2 Leiis
at
Panami N. lork Col6n
SDA Youth Club
Presenting Play
"The Barnesville Choir Spruc
es Up" is the title of a play which
will be presated by the Chorrillo
SDA Youth Congress Club, which
also will feature local talent or
Panama and Colon. Among these
will be Miss Elsa Williams, the
Hammon sisters, the Rhyan sis
ters, Eugene Dudley and others.
The Play will be presented In

DE PUBLiICACIUNEbI no. a Mitel? riaza is iwu v.rrn,, f w. "i"uirTi im infis iiMmtiao Central Ave.
W "B" Street MORHlSON-4th of July Ave. At J St LEWIS ERVICE--Aye. Jlvoli No. 4 FABMAm
LUX-IS C.nr3 Av.no. HOUSEHOLD EXCBANGE-J. Fo. do .9 Ave. No. FOTO DOMV

Street No. S3 r ARMACiA EL BATURRO rarqae Mterro I f greet ) iami, f ; -r-

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three acts, the first two dealing01 'J" inspection iosr iosr-with
with iosr-with the worries, misunderstand-inte na budd

ings, fight for Burriyal and re- u t th.t" n.,11. a,.. 2
formation ofhe choir. The last! J "din P" iiM.i
art will be the nresentation of a rropose1 "P"'0 ot tne United

haa undergone Its change which
is to be credited to the daughter
of one of the choir members.
Presentation will be at the Pa-
raiso Theater 8unday, Aug. 25,
at 3 p m and the public is in
vited. Tickets are available irom
mmebers of the group. 1
pan's total imports. In 1958, -pr
cent of V. S. wheat exports went
to Jap-'-n.
SOYBEANS: Japan prodiices
about h?lf her requirements. ..the
United States supplies abuut 20
million bushels annually.
In the same year Japan account
ed for a sizable percentage of
U. S. exports of. cattle bides, SO
oer cent: aoa-fat dry milk solids.
14 per cent, and tallow, it per
cent
The Japanese market Is grow growing.
ing. growing. Th population i increasing
by mora than 000 million a year.
Industry is expandiag. and per
capita incorro is Pp. Japan, there therefore,
fore, therefore, will luok oven more to im imports
ports imports to meet her food sod fiber
needs.

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 1S-J7

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, SERVICES I Miscellaneous Home Articles

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The FATIMA PHARMACY lo
cated at Morcado El Roy, offers
off icient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phona
3-34I6,-- '-ef
3-minute "car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxine of
car ; $5. Auto-Ba Ao, Trant-lslh-mian
Highway near Sears, 'V
.The bast dinner and ; drink,
ara served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar.' Hotel Internacional "Pla
t 5 da Mayo,
Escaped
Locks Airman,
Wife In Trunk
KANSAS CITY, Mo.,
(UP) A man and his
Aug. 16
wife im-
prisoned inside their car trunk for
six hours by a convicted murdprpr
were freed today when a patrol patrolman
man patrolman noticed a hand sticking out
of the trunk.
The couple, Airman Carl Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, 21, and his 18-year-old wife,
had been beaten and robebd of
about $24.
Officers identified their .abduc
tor as James Richard Essen, 35,
a fugitive from the London prison
farm, London, Ohio.
ihe Wagners told police they
picked ud Essen, a hitchhiker.
outside of St. Louis last night as
they were returning from their
home in Evansville, Ind., to Schil Schilling
ling Schilling Air Force Base, Salin,a, Kan.,
where Wagner is stationed.
About 64 miles west of St. Louis.
Wagner said, he got out of the
car to close the hood, which had
come open. Essen then beat the
couple on the head with a gun and
forced them into the car trunk,
they said. He also attempted to
rape Mrs. Wagner.
Patrolman John Davis stopped
the ear today to make a routine
check. On hearine the siren. Wae-
Per pried up the corner of tha lid
with a tire tool and attracted the
officer's attention with his out outstretched
stretched outstretched hand. .,
Lt, Mary Nesbitt iof the police
robbery uifit said Essen, described
as a. "pl6Vbleoded criminal'
escaped May jl 1956, from; the
Ohio institution ohere; he was
serving time on a first degree
murder conviction in a payroll
holdup killing in Cleveland.
Essen told police he had been
working in a hotel in Denver for a
year but returned to Cleveland to
see his mother in a convalescent
home. He. was returning to Den-
ver when he hitchhiked
a ride
with the Wagners.
Russia's Zorin
wipes Al Ike's
Open Skies Plan
LONDON, Aug. 17 (UP)-Soviet
disarmament envoy Valerian A.
Zorin tonight publicly attacked the
new American sponsored open
skies aerial inspection program as
merely a means of exposing Soviet
armed forces to Western view.
Hope for the program foundered.
Zorin, a deputy foreign minister,
hinted In an interview with a Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese newspaper that
Russia would reject the plan pre presented
sented presented to the five-power disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conference here by See See-ret
ret See-ret sry of State John Fosterulles.
Zorin raiser! the old Soviet argu argument
ment argument that "The Western powers
are trying to substitute control for
the whole problem of-disarma
ment.
The Western argument for 11
years, since the issue with Bussia
roe has been that there can be
? disarmament without a fool-
ion to air and ground inspection.
Zorin has not replied formally to
the proposal in the conference ses sessions
sions sessions now in reces until Tuesday.
But his interview wfth the Peiping
People's Dally left little hope that
the Soviets would aecpt the pro
posal. 1 1
"The Western powers refuse to
accept any proposal aimed- at
reaching a real agreement on- ma major
jor major questions," he said.
The Soviet embassy in London
released the details of the inter interview.
view. interview. i .
Cool Customer
CHARLESTON, W. Vi An. 171
1 UP) Federal .rerenuer Dick
West ; is never without a Tom
Collins when atrlne; on 1 liquor
raid. Tom Collins is the name of
his assistant
Complete Slock
MAHOGANY & SPANISH
CEDAR v
Retail Lumber. Yard
CIA. FORD. S. A.
TeL J-l7

-H RWe'eT. MHMIAJJnnU rRECIAOO- Itw No. U AOOAI

FOR SALE Due to trip, living
rponv dininf room, bedroom fur fur-.tnitur.
.tnitur. fur-.tnitur. Television tot. Two Gen-,
- oral Electric-, air conditioning
units. Drawing table with chair,
Everything like new. Telephone
3-2622..
FOR SALE: Pining room, two;
living room c h a i r s, desk,'
washing machine, household ar articles,
ticles, articles, carpenter tools; Moderate
price,' 629-A D.Lasseps. Phono
3-2847.
ANTIQUES lolling out until Au August
gust August 19 only:' 70 copper stir stirrups
rups stirrups collection, very rare, from
the Conquest and Colonial times.
" Another lot from the last centu century,
ry, century, different drawing. Silver
coin' from different countries.
Can bo .seen at Pension Alfaro,
Central Ave. and 8th Street No.
6-23. Phono 2-2730.
FOR SALE: Cash register, 1913
5-l& model, perfect condition'
almost oew .Cheap $600. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-103-9..'; V.
FOR SALEt" Electric sewing,
machine $50; .dishes, set, 63 pes.
$20; Rotesserle, new.$20. I38i
A,'-Gatun,:5f35,L, X'.'rl :..?-.
FOR SALE: One S" table saw,
one 12" band saw, new motors,
60-cycle. Call Gamhoa 6-352;
FOR SALE: 2 picture enlarg enlarg-oners,
oners, enlarg-oners, 1 portable electric sewing
machine. Call after 4 p.m.
.House 784-B, Balboa.
h a ; X:
FOR- SALE:- 9x12 green cotton
ruga $20 ea.; Venetian blind $4
a. 2-3712 Balboa. y" '-(""
LONDON,-Aug!i SpPjrfWnfli
must have something to bite, on,
even at this time of year when
all in the- United Kingdom vhq
have the time and opportunity are
relaxing by the seaside or resting
their faculties in other unaccus
tomed places.
Hence the summertime vogue of
brain teasers, holiday' problem
competitions and detective stories,
and an uncommon interest in the
milder : and pleasanter forms of
statistics. t'
Woman's Measurements
In holiday mood myself, f have
been collecting statistics suited to
alt kinds .of. travellers''' baggage,
beginning with some of the most
fascinating figures 1 issued by Her
Majesty's -Stationery Office for
many a lonWdav.. 'V '.
"Women's Measurements ,nd
Sizes," a surve of the statistics
of some 5000 United Kingdom wom women
en women between- the aces, of 18 arid 70.
has been prepared with Govern Government
ment Government tkssmg by the Clothing De
velopment Council, y v
The aim is to provide dress
manufacturers with scientific data
in sizing garments .for markets
ai mime u wvciaeas. .
A a result of 200,000 measure measure-surements
surements measure-surements 37 for -each worn
en th report it able to to If
os that the average woman Is
int under 5 foot 3 inches ..tall
and weighs 136 pounds. V
Individuals vary from 4 feet t
inches in height to 9 feel 9 inch
es and in weight to an even
greater extent.
Equipment taken around the
country by each measuring team
included three tape measures,
box of pins! elastie cord and
ready reckoner.
It looks now as if no woman in
the world need fear ''off the peg
fittings from Britain. The report
recommends 46 main sized 10
for tall women, 22 for medium,
and 14 forhort.
Symbol of Freedom
Something more than a tape
measure would be needed to clear
up current arguments aboit the
precise point alongside the River
Thames at Kunnymeae wnere,
in the year 1215, King John of
England signed the Magna Carta.
Many of u who witnessed the
moving ceremony there the eh eh-the
the eh-the American Bar Association
resented an obelisk "to com commemorate
memorate commemorate .Magna Carta, symbol
of freedom under law," irvay
have wondered fust hew near
Jhls beautiful monument was the
acta! toot.
Ancient, maps and aerial pboto-
rraWis have beea brought into
this amicable battle of statistics.
But all that really matters ia
that somewhere near Runaymede
742. years ago was signed the in instrument
strument instrument enshrining the principle
of individual liberty, under law.
accepted throughout tha free world
today. -. 1 : r 1 -'
Punctuating the Runflymede
speeches was the frequent roar
of incoming air-liner miking for
nearbv London Air poo..
any statistician.
If the latest expert proposals go
through. 17,000.000 pounds are to
be spend by 1970 oa uus alrea already
dy already vast airport to cope with the
ever-increasing flow of traffic.
Last year thsre wr 309,000
.arirnoori. -ttS J 1 I
tnevomorw; by If 70, UJ58.CC)

FOR SALE: 9 foot RCA refri-'
garator, j : $ 1 00.00. Apartment
sise stove,- $40.00; 8 piece
living room set, $200.00. R.CJL,
TV, .21" with, outiide antenna,
$1 50,00. ; Miscellaneous Hems.
Olga' Apartments,' 47th. 1 street
apt. 1 To 6 p.m. ,

FOR SALE: General Electric
refrigerator, 9-ft. $100;. Magic :
Chef itov $50. Call Panama
3-761J9 office hours. After of office
fice office hour call 3-1815.
FOR SALE $250 four-year.
oleV Perfection, gas stove, four-burner,-
in good condition $45.
Apt. 1, House ISA, 46th St.,
opposite Texaco Ga Station.
FOR SALEbBendiX' semi-automatic
wather $45, Phone Al Albrook
brook Albrook 86-3272.
VWANTEDiiS-cyela cashing
. 'machine,, -wringer type, or aute v
' matie. Phone ,Balboa 2614. v
LOST OR STRAYED: Black and
white : spotted female mongrel''
age 3. Small pointed face, short
fail.' Answers to name "Freek- -In.'V
Call Balboa; 1432 week weekends,'
ends,' weekends,' evenings for after '4:00.
Reward..-: iJ.-.v v.
'it'-
riSttfs-la- a...Ia. ..aai Sk
ffmmwi ijjirri v wiiwiofayvw ,-
nualiy with Jl 1 ,000 traffic move move-monfsj.
monfsj. move-monfsj. ; ,. --
This will entail at peak times
as many iai 80 aircraft taking-off
or toucning-down m one hour. 1
"Brain of Britain"
Thjse arr figures to delight the
statistical mind, of Miss Rosema Rosemary
ry Rosemary Watson, 17-year-old teacher of
languages in Belfast, Northern Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, who has just won the Brit-
iari : orlnaotinrY Pnrant-Atinn'a
"Brain of Britain's 'contest ''for
1957. '. ,- v
The first 'woman 4o gain this
honour; since, the radio series be began
gan began iour-years ago, Miss Watson
stored more than dpuble' the
marks of her nearest rival a
manv ia a field'of S6 competitors.
Two sample questions she. an answered
swered answered correctly were: "What .is
that' right size-tor a lawn-tennis
ball specified the Lawn Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Association'? 2V4 inches in
diameter. Of. .all British coins in
circulation in 1956, of which do
you think there were most.? Pen Pennies,
nies, Pennies, 1,650,000,000. 1
My friend Joan Clark, who pro produces
duces produces this popular program,
thrives on the public thirst for
general knowledge questions. The
number of people who can assimi assimilate
late assimilate facts and mom imnortant
Wecall jmem at the critical mo
ment, is quite formidable.
How I' envy the ability of these
mental note-takers.
At thl moment their granaries
01 memory .are oeing stocaea witn
every odd fact imaginable. Ai, for
instance, that: tha number of new
dwellings built in the United King,
dom since World War II is now
z,tit3,zeu. vi mat, of more than
10,000 people released -from Brit British
ish British prisons in 1953 after a first
sentence. M oer cent had so ben.
efited by the treatment toot they
naa not rerurnea 10 gaoi Dylans. ;
- -v -. w,
Facts for Memorisinf . 1
v ; S
Other facts beg to be noted ia
the books of auix comoilers
For example, the dog popula population
tion population of (Britain is' falling accord-!
uig 10 us latest statistics to about
2,500.000 compared with 4,000,000
a lew yers ago whereas the
cat figure of 5,250,000 remains
steady. :
Rejecting these figures, the rec records
ords records of the People's Dispensary
for iiick Animals also" report that
bird -pet like budgerigars and
canaries have trebled, their num number
ber number in four years.' ; .,
- Pigeoa-bolfi for future use may
be the aews that the Canadian Pa Pacific
cific Pacific liner. Empress 'of EnaUsd ar
rived the other day at Liverpool
from Montreal having made her
fastest crossing 4 days, 17 hours.
minuies siace she was com com-missioeea
missioeea com-missioeea last Aprfl.
' Or again, that when -Queen Eli Elisabeth
sabeth Elisabeth II ocns the ne Cansoien
ParhamentOct. 14, she will ride
ia an open carrisge that jwas ac actually
tually actually built in Melbourne.
Lord Hnpetotm, later Lord Lia Lia-lithgow.
lithgow. Lia-lithgow. first Governor General
Of Australia had it made there at
the. turn of the century, but
transferred it to Lord Gry, who
was Governor-General of Canada
in 1904. It has retained m Otta Ottawa
wa Ottawa over since. -,
Nuclear P
- Facts ai1 stalisUc, to If" r
of ecmpeu;;on orjnuers, pt'.e cf

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ATTENTION all Isthmian enter entertainer
tainer entertainer singers, dancers, nov-
t arty act, (Professional or ama amateur)
teur) amateur) : Auditions Monday 3:30
p.m. Salon Panama, Hotel Ef
v Panama, to lect act for Wed-.
s' n.sday Variety Night, .. winners
f which receive contract to
perform at El Panama. Bring
your' music, any props, costume, :
.and. photo to audition, ;
Dogs ;
FOR SALE: AKC registered
Toy Boston Terrier puppies. See
at Quarters 1 23-A Albrook or
call Albrook 5235. .1
Unwanted Captive
DETROIT. Aug. 17 (UP) I
wayune county "snerirrs deputies
today had an unwanted prisoner
sloshing around in a bathtub.
The deputies said they hoped
the zoo would take the prisoner
off their hands. The' captive is
a 32-lnch alligator.' '-
f A
ATLWTfcAug"lT(lIPy
Element; lof I topposlng sides of
the 'seiregation; contsoyersyiwhite
terrorists .anoauegeo'isegro ,noy
cbtthrsawsbejhr investigated, in
Alabama "iodax. i'it-J.ii 4:,l 4:,l-Elsewhere
Elsewhere 4:,l-Elsewhere in the South there'
were- d e v e Co pinents 6t almost
every.type--jenewed ttempt& ;by
Negroes -V to,entef whito;schd6ls,
complaints about other racial inci
dents,' -and picketing, of a : contro
versial movie. x h
Authorides 'at-' iMaplesville ; and
Evergreen Ala.,- were investigat investigating
ing investigating two Mass, EidggipgS: by robed
Ku a Klu Klansmen while .the
Alabama attorney general' used
under cover? agents in an alleged
attempt to ibxeak -up a racial boy boycott
cott boycott by Negroes of Tiiskegee, Ala.
There was' speculation m worth
Carolina that f the state's pUpil pUpil-assigriment
assigriment pUpil-assigriment law may bo brought
into a cmirt test : tyMZlSsixq
pupils who were denierj theu se-

ond plea to'ehtef- white school 'iftWner' picket! had paraded; in front

rharlntta Tnnfarlav.
; 'Da.anlu .rtanlafl.'":. :., '-
The' applicants "were among 35
turned away oy tne cnarioue
School Board recently after the
every hour ol'every day..
Now general knowledge eertdi eertdi-dalu
dalu eertdi-dalu must take into account the
biggest atomic power station In
the world. That is the claim made
for the 37,000,000 pound plant
which has just been approved for
Hunterston, Ayrshire, Scotland,
and Is duo for completion in
It will producei 4,000,000- pounds
wortn ,or. wecn-iciiy a- yeay.
quarter of all electricity generat
ed is the south, of Scotland. ; v
t The immense r buildings '-have
been descnbedin a (government
reDort as of greater, mass and
proportion than anything else in
thfr umtea jungaom. t v
- One last statistic: the" station
will octuDV 110 acres of a 1000
acres estate which had been in
the keepihg of one family 'for 600
years.

A fabulous romanlic comedy; "DESK

SET"; opens

; S Ihe BELLAVISTA

IT

' "Desk Set." a romantic comedy tn the modern manner
In which ingenuity and love trlnmrh ever aatotnation opens
on Hednesday at the BELLA VI 5TA Theatre, 2Kh Century
Fox' rounded op an Oscar-wlnninf team for thla screen
rion ol illi-'m Merchant's Brosdwsy stare hit in which
ShVley Booth starred. Spenter and Katherine Hepburn,
both recipients of two Academy Awards, bead the cast, with
Gig Tonng and Joan ClondtU tn. co-starring roles.
'DESK SFT srarklcs with wit and gayety and Is tailor tailored
ed tailored for every girl who works, and they are myriad, and her
eqaaliy nam ere a be. Hilarioas entertasnment in fas fas-einaUng
einaUng fas-einaUng atmosphere, DESK.; SET reach a comedy peak
difficult to aarpasa.
. UonTI fall to ore It at the BELLA T1STA Theatre. It.
opens on Wednesday .

'FOR SALE; 'Small 'outboard
' speedboat, new 1 0-bp, Evinrude
motor, remote control. $425.
Phona 3-2831.

FOR SALE: 30 beautiful Ta Tahiti
hiti Tahiti ketch "La Golondrina": Gray
4-52 engine; sleeps 4; head;
main cabin paneled 1 276 rire
wood;' ready for cruise; bargain.
"Yacht Club, ; Cristobal, week weekend.
end. weekend. Phone Panama 3-0599.
Lesson
DORESE WAITES School of
" Dancing reopening .. September
5th. Registration August 20th 20th-,
, 20th-, 21st-22nd, )0 a.m. to 5 p.m.
JCnight of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone 2-2363 V: :'
ATTENTION COCOLIs Ann Lat-
tin's School of Dance reopens
September 3rd (Tuesday). Re Register
gister Register August 20th and 27th, 2
to 5 p.m Cocoli Clubhouse Stu Studio,
dio, Studio, second floor. Residence
phone Balboa 2-4415.
LLONA .SEARS' COTILLION
CLASSES: Balroom dancing .for
teenager'. Please telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-0327 for additional in information.
formation. information. t .'.
O :i a),-
board there and boards 1 6t two
other Jlorth Carolina' cities decided
to: permit; av few transfers of Ne
groes1 no'Wnit schools this, fail.
In Florida.; the (National Associ Association
ation Association for the, Advancement of. Col
ored!' People asked ; Govl LeRoy
Uomns to order a full investigation
of two recent racial incidents, one
Thfe flogging victim was a mill
worker at Jasper. In the other
incident,' at Xade City, .'someone
Lfired into an automobile in which
white and- Negro baseball players
were .. ri di n.g ; together, slightly
wounding a white-player '.' i
iA "showing of the movie, "Island
in; the Sun,"T touched off a down downtown
town downtown parade by '20O; robed and
hooded KuKlux Klansmen Thurs
day '.night in. Jacksonville,- Fla.
scores 01. cuy, county a ua siaia
no lire-painerpn n 1 rinrmi inea-
rn iii N riirnrt 3siaaiK1a )icrttHo;.
of the theater earlier in the day.
'' $ V lrofaTBoatoit. '
In the Klan incident at Maples Maples-ville
ville Maples-ville six Negro men were beaten
last Friday night during a dem demonstration
onstration demonstration by some 150 robed and
hooded men. Authorities said three
Of the Negroes have since fled
with their families, .,
. Authorities at Evergreen, about
100 miles., from MapleSville, dis disclosed.
closed. disclosed. that four Negroes including
two ministers had been accosted
ua. a I'iguway, jliuiibu snu -jcai.-
en the previous night.
The state of Alabama meanwhile
obtained a court order for 4 Negro
leader? at Tuskegee' to and .al .alleged,
leged, .alleged, economic .. w a rfare which
threatens, to pu(. white merchants
out of business, v
The'Negiwmembenr of the
Tuskegee' CivicNAsn., denied there
i any -organized boycott. They
claimed they were campaigning
for "first clas citizenship" be-
cause
the State Legislature
' changed the city boundary to re-
duce- Negro voting power.
Wednesday af
7



,UNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1957

TEE SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAGE ELEVEN
TEBEY AMU THE FIRATKN
BX GEORGE WUNDER
THtf STORX OF MARTHA WAINE
Missing Son
By WILSON SCRUGGS
Wq I jmtft FKKED HIS THIWGSJ
MEAWWWILEASa
HAVEhff.V-r HPS LEFT ME.'
DESTONOCNT'OUNG
, WOMAN CROSSES A
STREET, A TAXI
, SCREECHES TD A
HALT B6SIDC HER...
PRISCILLA'S POP
Caus for Alarm
By AL' VERMEER

SS- VOULPVDU TAKE 55UT Tl PONT MIN7 THAT, RlT iYthSN I tfATHEK THE 'STRICTLY fDR PRELIAMNARy MANEUVERS A
"Tj TO THE TERRAE, T&KY J V)9UKl THElf PEERIN TERRACE 15 YOUR WH THOSE 6055IC5 RACK WERE ACTIN J ; : a
'7'i "' .iTT i LEE? PYiHOW, EVB?y 1 OVE.T MX SMO0U7ER j-t "fAVORITE: THEATER.. . A OVERENTMIJ&IA&TC WAR I ..
' :tViiW PERSON IN THIS ROOM WHILE I OPERATE jJJA OP OPERATIONS CO?&fCNPNT5. I rgv

("asawrtha IHt-Vt nA u iViA I
WKIERCTURMS -' if1 f CSl 'F YT"
TOMER HOTEL.. Vt-J
tti jo h ,iSSJHWEV0U I
i'rTfTUV rA r l seen him?
Fi 'TtSizFi TiV HEATO TOM J

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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS

A Big Order

By MERILL BLOSSER

Nftl IB I TDUl

MA'AM JFRECKLES-

Mere are

6f200KJES,

KA4 "'M WILL

ERWHIL6-.

4E HER

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; HAVE 3?WjS
eoTTEM WSm m
thewdoaw gfi
COULD
REACH MV vrf ..
CLOTHES' 1 .U

FASTEN IT ONER ; ) I'LL SET
THERE THEM VtM fOK,
WOULD VOU vrTVOUiMA'AMl
TIM CANS f J

REST PERIOD?

AHy,You'veorJiiy

DELIVERED ONE

ORDER

7

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t

UA2EL. AND WE'LL

BE Oh4 VACATION.' J

I AMW, I CAK
tuat rAMP

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) THAT

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BACON

FRYING

( YOU AND OUR J

ALLEY OOP

Jack No Can Do

By V. T. HAMLIN

I -Tt

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PR.WONMUG IS

CONCERNED'

IVE WITH THE RISE

NEVER SEEN J JZ

WITH ALLEY

OOP'S BEING

IN A STATE

OF HYPNOSIS,,

INDUCED BVi

THE (NOW

DEPOSED)

GRANPWIZEI

v I I LOOK, JACK, I YbA.H, I HbAkV
rSVJt'?-I. THOUGHT I TOLD VOU... BUT NOW, VOU T OH.SUZ,
jSPifnCi' I SOU HOW TO YAJOK VM NO SEE, OSCAR?, TM JUST SO
I OOP OUT OF THAT i HYPNOTIST ( I TOLD M3U EXCITED
MWf "' 1 V TRANCE HE'S N? Li. L AXE'P BE NO V ( ?
. I V-' -'iWtd HELP .JT- r--

BUGS BUNNY

Undercover Cat

BOOTS ANp HER BUDDIES

Another World

By EDGAR MARTIN

v& IcmEDVi -V r cop.oatME
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CAPTAIN EAST

Secure?

By LESLIE TURNER

SET OUT C THERE A

cAcr-eipp i

I'Mi MERELY

EARNING

AN HONEST

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FROM THE EGG THAT HAS
BBBM INCUSATBP IN A

MOUND NE6T. X

DAILY FORTUNE frNDEIt-T
T)im your "Fortunt" for today from tho jUrt, wriu jn tho 4ttm ".
lth. alnhht eorrMDendinc to tho nuonorali on tho line of thttre n

I foficol poriod in which you woro born. You will Audit fua,

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s THE STORY: Br. Garde Sheltpn, who has tak tak-!cjn
!cjn tak-!cjn the place of Dr. Kurt Lilian! after Lillard has
vhppn convicted of murder, is at first turned down by

' 0 Vallev Stanfield when he asks her to help in a "well"

fbaby clinic he plans to establish, finally, however,
s Valley agrees to cooperate. J

wara. -xes,vna ao youi-v-uu-dren
like Nn;: Everyone likes
Na." She broke off, thoughtful.
"That's right," Garde agreed.
"I certainly do like Nan."

XXII

S bARDE haa expected that the
J clinie would build up, starting
! Twith first day when, posibly,
only one or two children would
appear, perhaps even none. With
j that alow build up in mind, he
scheduled a clinic for every Sat Saturday
urday Saturday of the first month, expect expecting,
ing, expecting, to ettle into a twice -month
achedule io-Augujrt. On the

first Saturday. 25 children appear

ed and were examined. He never

"Bad less than 25 at any clinic
and sometimes there were more.

each, accompanied by a mother

in vafious stages of anxiety, tern

per or independent hostility. Which

meam a 101,01 persouauuea trowu trowu-d
d trowu-d into the waiting room, a lot of

people for VaBey Stanfield to see
and listen to and. interview.

Her job was tovget and keep
th records names.uagei and ad addresses.
dresses. addresses. When the child had last

seen a doctor, what immunizations
had been given and when what

.diseases had been experienced

what inhiries. what surgery all

this to be set down on the initial

visit, and the information added
to as data was accumulated in the

office. The children must be talk

ed to under doctor orders, er

voluntarily.

It was detailed work, and hard

work for this beautiful woman us
ed to success and praise. For Val

ley was not especially auccessful

in this new field.
"Valley .says." Windsor chuck

led, "that the view from her desk

tells her Wbat w expect oc pur pur-eatorv."
eatorv." pur-eatorv."

"I wonder, aaii Cornel he

cut ms eye inquiringly at vr,

Windsor, then decided to go on
and say it. 'l wonder if from her

place in purgatory sne aomeumes
glimpse heaven?"
" Dewey frowned. 'Yon mean
Shelton?"
''Well," Windsor conceded, "that
might be It. I hadn't thought of
it but, ft, that would explain
why she Mures purgatory.'
Whatever Valley wore, whatev whatever
er whatever ahe did, the beautful girl who
aa ent at that desk en Saturday
meraJaft Bade things harder for
the" doctor. And certainly she nee needled
dled needled the man he was. Nan would
have been much better iri all

ways,

"Kurt did, too," said Valley.
"And that awful- Ben Laurent.
I've often thought' she said
brightly, and hopefully almost
"how wonderful-it : would have
been if those two Nan and

Ben were about the same age,

you know, and she would have
been so good for the boy."
That morning, Garde wanted to
shake Valley, Didn't she ever
think of the other feljow?
XXIII

NAN STANFIELD owned one of

the best boats on the river. It was
not as biff as the Coneland cabin

cruiser, not as filled with gadgets

as some others, but it was a ime

boat, just the same, with a smooth
engine and good lines. Dr. Lillard

had given this craft to her the

summer before, short after her
engagement to Kurt became a

knpwn thing.

Four

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GUIDELESS VOLCAN CLIMBERS
GET SPLIT UP AT NIGHTFALL

Five Pacific-siders recently decided to have a ,'look at the, Atfantic-afde. -Their
chosen vantage point the 11,000 ft. summit of El BarU, highest mountain in' Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama and only point in the republic from which both the Atlantic and. Pacific can' be
seen -at the .same time. "TV'V"' "s ' ''' -""""t ;VV
; Only other places in the world where'; this "neat 'trjck cart- be performed, ;tre 'the
summits pf the three Costa Rican volcanoes Irazii, MtJ.Cartago .and Poas. ; "it -The
Pacific-siders, were Dorman Fulton .'of Lotlfiioi. rind -Harold' SorrelL. Jim

Selby, Charlie Morris and Ed Sc9tt, til of Balboa. ,';,' J '''r4t
Notably absent was any sort of guide. Climbing El' Baru lias the Volcah) wW'
out. a guide familiar with the trails is som ething seldom ettempted t ,'

VALLEY was like well like
a nectarine. A dead ripe one,

golden and firmly sweet, with

hint of tartness to excite one s

taste. Glowing red at the core, a

nectarine was an exotic sort of

fruit kaiitiful inri vrHintf and

rare.
fiat tnnrtoA at hit fliffht of fan-

Tt but stayed with it. So what
---1 T M

woum man otf
. 'Well, Nan was was like an ap
- nte. Maybe. Yes, that would do it,

An apple was a bit of fruit that
took handling. A man could tuck

an apple into his pocket, to relish
when be was hungry or tired. An
apple was a satisfying sort of

- fruit. Ann reauv eoaa. iNOi easuv

brnised, not rare but very good.
A lot more people ate apples than
rer got to taste nectarines.
If you'd just try to like the
eWtldrcn, "Miss Stanfield," the
aurse on duty had suggested that
teaming.
""Valley shrugged her beautiful
shoulders. "Why bother? They are
all little monsters, and my school
' ef thought says, 'Drown 'em while
they're pups
That morning Garde had asked
her casually, enough, "Miss Stan Stan-fieJd,
fieJd, Stan-fieJd, would you undress Johnny
while the nurse helps me with the
elder child? Undress him and
weigh him. ...
""Valley had been clumsy and
sBScked. His skin was ingrained
with dirt and he smelled.
" -fif fish, for one thing. She show show-eoPher
eoPher show-eoPher distaste in an announce announce-SSint
SSint announce-SSint of the fish smell.
rHe's gotta right to smell o'
ftfH," said the slatternly mother.
"Eish earns us our keep."
She was forced to recognize that

bar wide expanse of ignorance
WO due directly to her deliberate
arerskto toward all thugs medi medical
cal medical She had no medical informa information
tion information at all, and the simplest pro-

eeeses could amaze ber.
t fcet a baby sneeie. .

run caicmoK cora, miss aian

tfMld would offer with the brash-

aeaa ef voluntary information

,wtuc uaroe Had not yet trained

-ut ef ber.

- -ww, ne am i, mnrucrea mc

. snelher. "Sneetin' doa't mean

thiBg. Babies just try out all the

new uuaga i" mm, iuuii inu
Mia1 mnA Klikwin' aivl mnrti

4rm aaeaa Bnthin.' You know

that!"
' Onfr Va&er h4 sot knowa

Jt Aa4 ie ee se instructea waa

bamihating. Te her.
-..
'WHAT I eaat figure la why

yea. er someone like Kurt lillard.

aoeuid cloose the peciaJiy you
4d. Your wbete ires devoted to

sack kids!" she to Garde.

Carui lanffHAH YlkHT in.

reach it all wrong. Our Jive

m AmwrtA aaintialBa' a

rorfd full ef aeahay and happy
ehfldrea.
, "Afgh!" She taa ber fingers
throufa ber thick hair. Tea dis distrusted
trusted distrusted wtU the wbole project.

Caroe. I wub Raa as a uken

SHe,iad often asked Garde to
come With her on her bout but un

til this hot July afternoon some

thing haualways spoiled their

plans. But this day she hailed

Garde when necame nome aDout
2.

"How about a ride?,
"Fine! I'll change."
He did change, and quickly;

well before 3 he was down at
dockside with her, grinning a .his

yachting costume of blue ea4

striped T -shirt and canvas
sneakers.

Bill Marquart and Frank Mc-

Manus on the pier signaled their

safe getaway. Garde settled him

self on the "wide porch" and

considered the fact that his cos

tume in no way resembled their
visored caps, white trousers and

shoes. His shirt maybe approach

ed, theirs Bill's was blue, Frank

wore a checkered sport shirt.

Garde too a deep Dream.

"Well," he said with satisfaction,

Tm on it!

Nan glanced over her shoulder,

laughing. "What was that?"

And he told her. Ot nis iirsti

triD to Bayard, and the way he

had leaned against Copeland's

fence and had watched Nan and

Valley working on this very

boat.
"Some guy was" helping you.

She frowned in an effort to re

member. Then did. "Oh, yes, Bob

S ms."

She asked how the well baby

clinic was going, and he told her

"Way beyond our expectations

we re really busy, and some of it,

of course, slops over on the other

men. I'm donating three A and is

to Cornel this this week. With no

cheers heard as yet. That's ton
Sillectomies."
"Thank you. Dr. Shelton. Val

ley told me that you talk a for

eign laneuage."

Garde sat up, the slipped to
the seat beside her. "Poor Val

ley." he mused. "She's really tak

ing a beating. I m surprised that

she sticks it.
"She says you're an entirely

different man at the clinic."

"In the hospital I'm more doc

tor than man, I expect.

Not to Valley, you re not.

She'd call that a foul suggestion."

Garde grinned. Yes, that would

be Valley's comment.

People nave to fall for Val

ley," Nan continued, her eyes
straight ahead. "And when they
don't. ."

"I like Valley."
She shot him a look. His mouth

was tight about the pipestem in

his teeth. Deep lines creased his
cheeks. "Garde?" she asked,"

can I safely say something to

you?"

"I won't throw you out of your

own boat."

Sbe misled. "Well, "fTa. this.)
Maybe you haven't considered-it
but arent you, perhaps, on thej
defensive about Valley I mean,
could it be that you're extra-1
tough with her because you're a a-fraid
fraid a-fraid she'll fall in love with you?"

The party reached its opera

tional base in the Volcan after an

all-night drive from the Canal
Zone. Where the road was rough

the drive was uneventful. On-the
paved highway approaching David

they got five flats.

The. Volcan base camp was the

house of the Winklosky family.

of Diablo Heights. Arrival in Vol

can township was signalled by a

blowout. The price of a new tire
cut deep into the expedition's

funds.

Up early the next morning, the

mountaineers headed for the 11a

nos to reconnoiter the approaches

to the challenging peak.
Scott, Fulton and Morri had
mad the climb six years be before,
fore, before, as Boy Scouts. Then thoy
wore guided by Baru-wis lead leaders.
ers. leaders. What thoy could remember
of the routes now they were on
own was doubtful. t
Problem No. 1 was where to
start. The llanos are a volcanic

plain formed from the lava which

once flowed down the side of the
mountain. At the head of the lla llanos
nos llanos several valleys lead off. Jues Jues-tion:
tion: Jues-tion: Which one to take?
By early afternoon, in nice
combination of the instincts of
Daniol Boon and Sir Edmund
HillarVth frontirmn found
th blaze marks of th trail left
by an oxifertly-guided party of
Boy Scouts heading for thu sum summit;
mit; summit; fw days before.
The discovery was deemed to
conititute enough progress for one
day. The quintet retired to the

Winklowsky house to a" rest up

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bones were well set, her flesh
well molded-upon them.

Garde still sat turned in the

wide seat so that he could watch

this girl. In turn, she watched

him, occasionally, as their images
were reflected in the curve of

the light mounted on the forward
cowling. "All men," said the girl

at the wheel, "fall in love with

Valley to the extent of that con consideration.
sideration. consideration. But, Valle is a one-

man woman, and that was no,

it s is, of course that man is
Kurt Lillard." Even in the distor distortion
tion distortion of the light's convex side sbe
saw his face relax.
"They once were engaged, you
know. I'm sure now that Valley

never stopped loving Kurt. She

still loved him when she came
home for a visit last summer."

I be-

mur

"THEY were together,
lieVe. on the night of the

der?"
"Yes, but why shouldn't they
be? I mean, there was nothing
to that!"
"Wasn't there?" he asked, in
exorably quiet.
"Oh, people talked, or course.
They talked all the time she was
home; I only heard part of it,
naturally, though I remember
that Ruth Kibbler phoned me to
tell the story which Mabel Ross
was spreading that Valley had

rigged that scene which made

Kurt jump all over poor Ben for
kissing me down on the pier."
"Was he kissing you?"
Nan's hands flew outward In
a gesture of helplesness. "Oh.

poor Ben!"

(TO BI CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

SELBY, SCOTT, ANfc Fl'LTONrestlng ialhe -fyngle about a
quarter of the way up El Baru.; Iri the background is a small
hunting dog, one of two who followed the boys all the way'
to the Thousand Foot Climb.

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K SCOTT, SEUEJYFCtTON AfJD SORRELL look, thoughtful as they prepare to start up 1,000

s.. jm Jjaru x ne. mountain- is snown. toweimg in tne DacKgrouna.

ft2 vertical drops.' Aboot here a

couple of the climbers' took '.to all

fours for further progress.

Back, on their .hand legs,, they

made; good,' June tidawn ithe other
side- of razorback, .and. by ,10,30

cwere' Junchtng off ti rations' at the

waterhoie at the foot of xhe ridge.

. t-om 12.39 thy wr saddled
.Vp again, dimbmg through thick
; scrub .towards th timlMrlin and

the rock slide which' marks th

leva flow, i . "slc.

- At, the timberHne" Sorell took

oyen the-c .ration- paekboard from

score wnot-. having iade the
climb before planned 'to head
speedily for ; the summit -as 'an

unburdened vanguard; He favored
a route to the left of a ride which
divides the. lava flow,

U TultonA who. had alsdmade the

climb previously, was iors- going
straight run ;the lava flow.: Scott

tdeferced; headed straight up the

lavavwiw considerably difficulty,
and after' a "long elimb found -him

self face to face With a crater

to vrwhich "he had. not -previously
been -introduced. - 1 t. -

Seeking .old. friends, fid : haaded

left', round ,the -crater's ximT soon
cams 4ipon,thl okt iamiliar erater

lie remembered from his

Scout climb.

He sat three waiting for two
hours before getting the first sign
that the 'Others had followed him
a faint and distant shout from

Selby. Scott climbed down to meet
him, learned that Fulton had head headed
ed headed off to the- right -bound for the
main, crater "and had -not been
seen since. ,. : ; ,v

B o yfng little iancy to try for the mai

crateE with night falling rapidly.
Sorrell and Scott using t h
party's only remaining flashligh'
made it to the main crater for th
night.
Fulton by this, time had gon
all th way round th siimmitt
and was spending th night with
out, a t-leeping bag in a ere vie
in fhe lava flow.

for the following day's frontal as assault,
sault, assault, on the target, and b)-become
quartet.
FvniairoH nlainsman Morns:

"It will hei an experience for the

rest of you guys who haven t gone
before, but personally I'd Just as

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Explorers Tapped
Beneath Ground
By Heavy Floods,

SAINT' GAUDENS, France,

Aug. 17 (UP)Three explorers,

who were trapped by fiooas in

a deep cave high in the Pyrenees

Mountains, escaped today.

The three rrenenmen, jeau

Nalin, Andre Nunzi and rierre

Weidert, had been siranaeu ior

24 hours 1,650 feet unaergrouua.

When the heavy rain waters

receded they managed to mane
their way to the advance camp
t th 1.170 foot level, where they

joined the other members of their

expedition.

Atom Bomb Meet
Ends In Tokyo

TOKYO, Aug. 17 CUP) The

third world conference against

atomic and hydrogen bombs,
marked by strong friction be

tween Western and communist

delegates, ended here today after
adopting an appeal for a ban on
nuclear armament tests.

soon stay Jiere." The niounfain,
aj seen from the llanos, looked a

lot higher than it did from Bal

boa clubhouse;

Morris contribution to the

climb was, to drive the others a

cross the: .llanos the following
morning to the base of the, mount mountain,
ain, mountain, aavihg them, a five-mile walk

ano .the energy involved therein
The climbers' eauioment irtclud

ed three plywood packboards. Sel

by carried his :all the way. Fulton,

Sorell and Scott took -turor with

the Other two.. One nf these rnnt.

1-ajned two sleeping bags, the' oth

er ascot. Army C 'rations,
First item en lh agenda wa
a n,r.Vrrlcal, 40 ft. mud bank
Not an encouraging eight wifh
which te jstart the. elimb. The
ldr cut ? Hp f up the, bak
with a trtnch knife,
After this cirtnean hour or ao

of reasonably easy going along a
well-blared junglJL traiL By 8.15
a.m.' they reached the 1000 ft. ra-

zorback which, lyiniv across the

trail forms the most difficult nart

of the climb except the Knal 3000
ft. over th lava flow from the

timberliae to. the summit,

The top edge -of -the razorb

if only about two and a half feel

wide, bordered in part with J00

HE didn't answer. There was!
no answer, iteeemed te him. that!
a maa could mak.
Nan went on, now holding ber ;
gaze to the river, not ao much as
flicking her eyes toward the big1
maa beside her. "I suppose that,
every maa who sees Valley er-i
taialy every maa who knows hert
at all well gives tome consider consideration
ation consideration t what tt would mean to'
be loved by her.' j
Garde related. He turned on
the leather seat cushion te look;
at Naa Stanfield. Today she was,
wearing a turtleneck -cotton shirt'
ef a soft, faded green. The sleeves ;
were pushed up o ber era. Her,

Kluii iHaca. mmu waa uuu
and cut short te bug the contour

of ber bead. The tips of ber ears

showed beneath ber hair; her kia

was pearly clear, ber lashes dark

acatnat ber cbeeu. ana Ber nnn-

Upped mouth was rosy with its
ewe color. Naa was net a beauty

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Further the uack with the sleen

ins4jagshad been reft at the
foot. oMhe lava flow with Sorrell
who had'failen victim to 'mount 'mountain
ain 'mountain sickness tr4 was in up bhape
to make the top'wttljout aid.
It was 8.15,-wouldsoon he dark,
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And. Scott and Selhv, later lea

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