The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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]
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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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THESE "GftlLS UN PINK at Coco- Sblo 'HospltaJ -are members f the advanced group--of
students who completed a course in Civil Defense hospital training this summer. -From-eft
to ri6ht arej First tow:1 JackieiWalshy Judy Griffon, Oarole Ann Lew. ant Ella Mae Morales.
Second wws Joan 'poffey father Droste, Kaijhleen cox, Esther. Miller. Loretta-Hirschrieid

MEMBERS OF THE ;iNTKOUuuiUKr UBUiirwno aiso irainea at coco Sol" Hospital this
summer in'' a course of -Civil Defense Hospital; training. From left to: right fare: Jean Dock
t? try, "Claiy White, Marguerite Engelke Betry Davis, first rpw, Second row; Karea-Coate, LlX
, Halloran, Charlene Shore, KatitO'Brien, Judith Butler and"-Jean,Owen.

' : i A GROUP OF HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS who.recently completed
'.V V. demonstrate soma tf their 'new skills- for Col. 5 Norman V H.

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WASHINGTON. Aug. 31 (UP)
The Stat Department is getting
ready for the arrival of Queen Eli Eli-:
: Eli-: fabeth and ber husband. Price
Phillip. .' ' --
A mountain-of detail Involved
In the prrnarations grows daily ai-i
thouch the royal couple isn't !ue:
at Patrick-Henry Airport iwjr
ViUjamsbug,' Va4 nHU October
16 't ' '"VV,
Between now ad then a number
ef teemingly minute but quite ira-
rirtaDt problems must be solved,
or iiistanre: How long does it
take the Queen of England to
change her clothes How fast does
t ie walk Does she like friend
chicken? K" ', .,
Arrangeme.U for the tisit are
I rc o-ked cat by the State De-r-lmPi
f office o; protocol unrter
r --r T. Buchanan Jr. He greeted
I iibeUi and PhiUip when -they

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nizers
were-here In l95l'anrwili meet
them .again at Patrick "Henry Air Airport
port Airport with 'Virginia's Gov. Thomas
B. SUnley. fyr;?
-1-:; iVTaska Farcefei Dot ('-.
' .
the Workload" of preparation
increases, Buchanan's -people
parcel oui tne tasss ot mdividuil
teams, i and the department Is
working m cooperaUon with the
British Embassy .'and the embas embassies
sies embassies of the commonwealth nations.
Both the British knd the State
Department have men enina m)tm
the routes Euiabeth wiU take, with
watchs in their hands. They are
pacing it off to see how long it will
take the royal counle to tpffor
example, from the Tomb of the
L'njcnown Soldier to. the Canadian

. ... n.iuijmn Kiiiraiinfn t nuiip sees sometning imer-i

bcuiew. xidcul wia siace a,esung ujoauy arui atop to have

a course hClvil Defe
wiiov Hirw,. n
Jse hospital
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lerftjg By Cagey Officials

wreath at the ; ntonument to
U.S. war dead.-
r.That tame day- she will attend
a reception given in her honor by
newsmen andThotographers at the
Statler HoteL The reception is to
last entil 3:30" P m. e.s.L At 7 o.m
Elizabeth and.rhillip are due at
Somewhere in there she's got to
change clothe for the evening.
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" Timing Import-nt
"How idnVdoet h take, her?" Of-
nciale at tbe Bntiih Embassy ap apparently
parently apparently kaow, bat all they are
willing to lay ls:T v
"A reasonable amount of b'rae.'
One problem that carniot be
anlvaff in iHvium im iK tK

PANAMA, R. t., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1957

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Girls In Pink
For Helping
A group of. Canal' Zona high
ichool teenage Kins nave compiet
ed another luccessiul year in Civil
n r : l . !! fTI
ijerense noapuai iraming.. inne
v. eirla attended training sessions at
. Doth Gorgaf and Coco Solo Hospi
tals. r-'i"vrs,r:-
Known as "The Girls in Pink"
i because of their distinctive and o-
' riginal uniforms, these youthful
purses aides have; become an in increasingly
creasingly increasingly popular and important
feature of the Civil Defense train training
ing training program.
.- The training program requires a
considerable sacrmce in time
torn the .girla.i Xhey are required
r to take and pass a: irst Aid course
v and a courie of six to seven lec
tures betore being permuieU 16
' take hospital training which is giV'
7. en, at both hospitals during the
school vacation.. Minimum age for
; applicants is 15. years. ?
At the hospitals, under the super supervision,
vision, supervision, of the nurses they learn to
' help in the wards, feed and help
batna patients,: give alcohol back-
- rubs, admit patieats, and do cleri cleri-.
. cleri-. :cal work for the nurses, and act as
messengers when needed.
:l -They have proven to be of eon-
siderable assistance in Sterile Cen
; tral Supply, leamiag the names
- of all the surgical instruments
: used and how to set up the steril steril-v
v steril-v ized trays o order foe the doctors.
The diet kifchen personnel has
taught them to help prepare and
weigh speciitl diets. In the ptdia
. : trie, wards, they help care for the
children. They also work iv the i
. .operatmg, workroom. ;
. "The Girls in Pink have won the
s commenaation u taeaiuif ouie.u
authorities' and their value to the
Civil Defense Droarim is inssti-.
matable Philip L. Dade, Chief of
, .Civil. Dejensa:;satcLf.i:X'V t
- -i4-att-Ei.e4nSupermreTidenT
of Coca Solo Hospital, said in a
letter to the American Legion Au Au-,
, Au-, xiliaryj "These young ladies did a
splendid job helping In the wards,
, clinicl, and laboratory. There-was
no task too hard for these girls."
Those who completed all tmases
of the training program, and who
will be presented with Civil De Defense
fense Defense .First 'Aid cards and -Civil
Xlefense Nurses Aides certificates
are, from Gorgas Hospital: Mary
And Brandon. Ruth Gandv Edna
Gerhart. Dotothv Griffin juflv
Hearne. Elaine Howe Pat Kellv
JaniceMalone, Gwen-'McCullough'
training at Gorgas Hospital,,

argas Hospital and Miss Ethel Myers,

the.ta look, to the dismav t( otfirlal

glancing at their watches. That
happened during their 1951 tour of
tner capital when Phillip's eye was
caught by the display containing
the Declaration of Independence.
Nothing would do but for him to
stop ana look it over.
K' snauer who gets invited to
the various dinners, receptions and
events to be held while roviltv i
in town there arte always" a great
er numDer ot people who are out
raged because tbey were not asked
to attend. Sir Ronald Lindsay, who
was eruisa envoy to ine united
States In 1939 whea the late Kin?
George VI and Queen Marr vUiterf
here, likened tbe invited to the
saved., -
"It's just bke besTen," be said.
some are
uen aad-aoaa are
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Win Praise
In Hospitals

Celia Thompson, Jeannette Meri
wether, ana Marion smith,
irora Coco solo Hospital;1 Betty
Davis,: Judith Butler, Karen Coate,
Jean Dockery, Marguerite En-
gelke, Liz Hauoran, Katie O'Brien,
nay altone," Jean Owen, Charlene
Shore, and Claire White.
The program ar Gorgas Hospital
was under the direction ot thief
Nurse Miss 'Beatrice H, Simonis,
ana at coco soio Hospital, under
.Chief -Nurse Mis! Florence' d d-brooke.
brooke. d-brooke. Too much credit cannot be
given to these laoies and the mem members
bers members of their stalls for their1 In
terest and patience in training these
young (Jlvu Defense volunteers,
Mr, Dade, said.,. 1
IIY Labor Dept.
Looks Into Slave
' ALBANY, "N1;' ,Y, ; ftJP) The
controversy 'over migrant labor
camp conditions in VPtte New
York gained momentum today as
the State 'Labor Department be began
gan began an inquiry into charges of
-peonagi,-: leveled y( a ueorgu
man. ;.i-
James- H, Branson, a 39-year-
oid college graduate, said m
Augusta, Ga., that- he and 2. oth
er Negroes had been held in peon
age In, a labor camp near Han-
ninai, owned Dy iranit fa
tane.' '" !:
Brunson said he stw several Ne.
(roes beaten? with fists by -person
' nel oa the jam aa tbey tried to
leave.- ji aia grouw-iwas
promised a mintmunCjaSge ot 7,
a day-and good living condition.
Instead, he added, many of the
workers earned only $4 for a -72-
hour week and were crammed in into
to into tint rooiris.
Patane, however, told the United
Press today that "none f what
he says. !s true."
"I think this whole thing is
pretty rotten," he said. "This guy
who said these things, about me
and my tamp is just a trouble-
is steer .-v v -
"W don't beat anybody UP
here, feme of our workers make
as much as 113 a day ana i
would sajr the average is 19 fa
dayi, We don't overcharge them
for anything."
"Only yesterday," be said,
"some Inspectors from the State
Labor Department came around
on : a weekly inspection of the
camp. They, didn't find anytmng
wrong. I welcome an inspection
bv any governmental organization
or any newspaper or any other
oublic organization. I have no
thinff to hide."
A snokesman for Gov. Averill
Harriman said that' an interde interdepartmental
partmental interdepartmental committee on migrant
labor will meet in Syracuse
Wednesday to study the camp sit
uation.
The governor denied there were
"slave camps" in the state and
said that 264 violations in 1,000
camps, all of a technical nature,
had been rectified after a Labor
Department lnvestigstion a few
weeks ago.
Mexicans Propose
Single Tourist Card
MEXICO CITY. Aug. 31 (UP)
A single tourist csrd for travel
throughout the Western Hemisphe
was proposed by a Mexican eco
nomic group.
Antonio Arellano, President of
the Mexican industrial Consortium,
said the elimination of travel red
tape for tourists would help devel
op one of the most important in
dustries of the Americas tourism.
Arellano suggested that the mat
ter be considered at the current
Inter American Economic con.
ference in Buenos Aires;
"Adoption of the -single tourist
csrd would constitute- a positive
act by tbe Inter American Con
ference and would permit dele
gates to return to their countries
knowing they had achieved some
thing of true International collec
tive benefit,. Be aata.
' Local Unions
MoVe To New i
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' 'Headquarters
Local 907 and Local BOO have
moved from their former offices
near the old Pacific Service
Center to new quarter between
the Ancon Laundry and the
Theater Guild Building. 2t tu
axiouMed, toaajkw--

l WE PULSE
OF PANAMA

RETAIL PORK VENDORS
have added other issues to their
fight as they, went on strike, to today
day today over an Increase in whole
sale nrlces.. i')r
The vendors, who claimed they
are forced to sell at ceuine pric
es although the wholesale price
has gone up five cents, also lin lined
ed lined other aspirations; Including
Compliance' with nationality
laws, guaranteed weights from
tne dutcner, agreement on
hours for slaughtering and elim
ination of competition from
small markets,
Gilberto SMre, general ad
ministrator of internal revenue,
has found probable cause a-
gainst the National Brewery,
which has been chareed with
violating fiscal regulations with
regard to battling.
The brewery has been chare
ed by Juan Moiies Martinez,
president of the Bar Owners As Association
sociation Association with selling bottles
tles -wilh less beer than the a
motint established by the Fiscal
Sucre gav the brewery Xlve
days to put up a defense. (
It wa predicted yesterday
that all the mayors of the dis district
trict district of the republic will be re reappointed
appointed reappointed with the possible ex exception
ception exception of those In Capira and
Arraijaa in the province of
Panama, - jfrf-
T' t) i r" liniii r
The tabloid La Hora said yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the resolution declaring-
the Panameftista. Party
legally dead may be revoked,
but, the party may be fined for
not going to tne pons.
v.
The tabloid La Hora revealed
today that the i new electoral
code being discussed by the Na
tional Electoral TriDunai once
again contemplates the election
of mayors.
The first Mayor elected in
Panama City was the late Dr.
Alberto Navarro .and the last
is Dr. Mieuel A. Ordonez, who
resigned before the last elec
tlons to run unsuccessfully for
the National Assembly.
2 Young Americans
Freed By Cubans
Airier 28 Days
SANTIAGO. Cuba (UP) Two
voune Americans were scheduled
foe return to the United Ststes to
day, endins nearly a month of
imprisonment in a Cuban jail
Urgency Court here found Rus Russell
sell Russell Freeman Master. 28. of Sebas
tian. Fla.. and Thomas McLelland
Miller. 23. of Miami, innocent of
charees of trying to win me revoi
utionary movement and illegal
posession of firearms.
The Florida men were arrested
Aug. 3 at nearby San Luis. The
state crarged they were carrying
two pistols and 168 rounds of am
munition.
The defense contended that the
gun a and ammunition were "plant
ed" and the Americana counter countercharged
charged countercharged that they were beaten and
that their, watches and billfolds
bad been stolen from them at the
time of their, arest. They exhib exhibited
ited exhibited scars to "the court.
Master and Miller told the court
they had gone to San Luis from
Havana at the invitation of a Cu Cuba
ba Cuba friend. They said they were
"in their cues" and wanted to
see hew San Luis "compared to
St.' Louis in the .States."
The men were returned to the
50 by 20-foot cellblock, which they
have shared for more than three
weeks with 24 Cuban political
prisoners, until a formal court or
der waa executed for their release.
. RAOPICKIRS UNITI
TOKYO (UPV-Eiehtv of Tokyo's
D.'ooo ragpickers met last
night to organize a nion intended
to protect them against "exploita "exploitation
tion "exploitation by wholesale Junk dealers.
Thef new. wganiiatien will be
known at the "Tokyo Resources

7000 Schoolltids -Out
Of Their Hair

Come Wednesday

School bells will rina aaain this week for more then

7000 Canal Zone school children who are expected to en-i )
roll Wednesday in the reaular fall term of the United

States Schools.
. All students, from first
will report to their respective

day to enroll in their regular classes.'
! y Elernentary school pupils wil( be assigned to the I
grades and the class rooms where they belong and will bt
dismlssed as soon as possible ; '-

Junior and Senior 'high

port at their respective schools at 10 a.m. They will be

taken through a trial, class program before being dismiss
ed for the day at 1 1:48 a.m. tT :t
Panama Canal school, buses will wait at the schools

until all registration is completed, v

Reaular classes for all students
In all grades, from first through
Junior College, will start at 8
o'clock Thursday morning. Kih Kih-dergarten
dergarten Kih-dergarten pupils, however, will
not begin their regular class
work until Friday. ..
Both students who are new
to the Canal Zone sehoolg and
those who have attended pre previously
viously previously are, jeaulrtd U appear
Wednesday morning;, for -enf-roiiment
ana elasa assign
mehts.
Rstimfttes already made fey
school authorities indicate that
the school enrollment this year
will be one of the largest on rec
ord.
A total of 225 new students
have altaady registered and it
Is expected that there will be
a 13 per cent 'increase in sen senior
ior senior high school enrollments
and-a 12 per cent increase in
Junior College enrollments.
Thlr is in addition to the reg
ular elementary and Junior .High
school students, will Bring tne
total of 7044, a figure which does
not include extension division
classes in the Canal Zone Junior
College. Enrollments at the close
of April this year totalled 8963.-
Because of crowded conditions
in the Balboa .and Diablo
Heights elementary schools, a
few changes have been, made
this year in districting, ,.
Students from the Ancon dis
trict wno nwammvKw,
last year wil be returned to the
Anoon scnooi ims year.
First .and second I 8d."
oeuB imm w r
Htrr r

" Fanama canal zone.
Ktadergarteners fro m Coco Nlckerson 4U was kieenwpt
Solito wUl conttnu at CrUtobalnied fcy and fouPu

elementary school but nrsi
through sixth graders wUl go to
North Margarita raw year.
Several improvements In the
school facilities have been made
or will be made during tne com coming
ing coming fiscal year.
Lake Charles liegro
Mothers Demand
Use Of Schoolhouse
LAKE CHA1LES La. (UP)-
Mnr than ISO NeBro motners
accompanfed b-their children
mtfrdir miM in angry uui
iwaeeful marcn On a wnne eie-i
mentarr school and asked it be
turned ever ior. exclusive Negro
use. ' .
: The mothers- said Melrose
school, located in the heart et a
Neero community, enrolls white
nunils. while Negro parents must
send their children to school 10
miles away. v
The march was a follow up
to a protest meeting Thursday
night by 300 parents of FishervUle
a suburb of Lake Charles.
The parents said they don't
want integration, but want use of
Melrose because of its conven
ience. Tbey arguea mat aseiroje
waa built thrc years ago for
waa built three years ago. for
only for white vudUs.
Today they also boycotted the
senoot buses wtucn were to carry
Negro pupils to XL Job School

tie juia awajw-

ITEH CENTS

v t mi,
grade" throudfi hiah school.
schools at 10 a.m. Wednes-,
school students will also re-
The major construction will
be at Balboa High School,
" where work wtl begin on two'
new activities! buildings, one
near the Balboa Fire Station; -and
the other behind and to ;
one side .of-th High'- School.
building,
In number, tjie teaching- itaff
df the-regular schools will re
main the same this year, as last.
Several-newiitearhers,- heva
been employedlrfrthe United
States to replace-those who -left
the schools last year and a Dl- ;
rector of Special Education and'
a speech therapist have joined
fVla inVinnt
Orientation meetings wiH be
held for the elementary school
teachers employed locally and
in toe United States. The first
meeting will be held. Sept. T in
Balboa.
NiclCersQii
blears CZ
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (TJ?f
CoI, John a Nickerson Jr.. Ar-
my mlSgje .xpert convicted of
failing to safeguard secrets.
sailed unsmllingly todawtobnn-
ishment In an obscure jobjn to.
dren when the military transport
Henry Gibbons sailed for Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. t - n
He will take a new post
aa Inspector of Engineering1
facilities at Fort Clayton, Ca ''
nal Zone.
It Is a Job far removed from
Ms former post as Field Coor- :
dination A d mlnistraHor ,at
Redstone. Arsenal the Arwir
ballistic ; missile agency, r at
Hnntsville, Ala.
Nlckerson was formally reprl
manded, suspended from rank :
for a year and fined $1500 after
oleadinv guilty for beinnr care
less with missile secrets. -V
He was tried after participate
Ins- In a fight for development
and use of the Army's Jutfler
missile, which he still maintains
Is superior to the Air Force's
Thor missile. , :r
With Nlckerson as the Gib
bons set sail were his wife and
their children, Henry, 2. Daniel,
3. John C- a, and, Jeanne ca"rol,
14.
The children and Mrs. Nlck Nlckerson
erson Nlckerson smiled as they -waved
goodbye, but Nickerson was
solemn as he headed for a job
in which he will not be able
to give orders even to a beck
private for the next year.
After his convldtlon in June,
Nlckerson asked to be allowed to)
remain. In the Service.
BALBOA TIDES
ir? MONDAY, KPT. 1 V
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, IDS.
PAGE TWO

HUE SUNDAY AMERICAN

Half A Column

r?(M6re or Les$-N6w btid -Then)

by CREDE CALHOUN

12 Courses To Be Offered By FSU
, i-' -v. .;'H- 'i f "" V '..(,. t' '!.'! I'ivirfs ,j,"?.".v -'ft1 ; '(Wirt '.. --tyi- "!,-";,;'
In Fall Term Of Canal Zone Program

-LAUREATE OF THE REPUBLICANS

Ktwn candidate tortlie crown of poet laureate of the Re-

i . a. .... n.l. TannAv oiifVinr nf a hOOk Of DOemS

. mnnpfln n n.v im iiiih uuuiiib fA..."., w. m m

Sunder the title of "The Song of Eisenhower." Of course, you
know which Elsenhowei. -

Tne aeuicauon rcnus;

'Jthis 'book Is meant,-
JDear President,
To bring you cheer
We are sincere,

a :..

i . .i .,11 1 l 4t M.-nAon ortH mflv oHH that.

i i none man n Hcwuniuoueu- ma yujc ......
iii-vs .. oku. hU wrifpr a Dfimncrat. Poet Tennev a

' meter may not always mesh, but he Is never guilty of an under
statement. Just to warm up the poet writes (this is the coin
I plete poem) thusly:

I-
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' THE MAN

"Oh man of God. so fine so great,

"Vou honor us to gu'.de our State!"
1'

Then he adds modestly.

...
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He's the greatest
Since
The Christ Child' birth."
The poet, sees the President as a
man of God," and says.

military man as well as

"....A greater General v
Than Napoleon,
More resourceful than Caesar...
Bfi stands where Christ once stood."

Rivvnii see how all those pictures on Monday of the Eisen

howers going to cnurcn on aunaay nave paia
:- Tntre are some people who have felt ttiat President Eisen Eisen-Ihower
Ihower Eisen-Ihower has hesitated too much and. hag lacked firmness and de de-'
' de-' telon. Not so poet Tenney.

"If need you call the tyrant's bluff
And make him think you're awfully tough."

Tenner also wants Washington. Lincoln and Theodore

' Roosevelt, to move over on the side of Mount Rushmore, where
Jittey have been super-herolcally carved out of solid rock, for hls-
-tory, to make room for his hero, Dwight.
"Dwight, He's Next on Rushmore's Peak.'
"i '. .,
III! The capitals are Tenhey's Some of the theology Tenney at at-.
. at-. toibutes to the President is as confusing as some of the replies

the Fresiaent in nis press conierence. see...

"He goes to church
iWhere Quakers meet who use the birch
On boys who fall to say their prayers;
For strength he likes all sports affairs."

"ill
''it

tt T'v horH that ti Prasid'Tlt. llkfm tn nlov crnlf Hnwaotr

a ,1a thA fimt. t.im I'vn hAArd thAt. th pentlp diiAkpr. 1150 thp

;)jrch on their boys to make them pray.
, But Tenney has competition for the laurels of the poet lau lau-J?eat4
J?eat4 lau-J?eat4 of tbe Republican Party in Irving Berlin who has won no
I JJttle1 fame as the author of musical comedies. No Implication
'feitobe drawn from this, as any resemblance of the Republican
,;P,rty, to 'musical comedy Is purely co-incidental.
vii But Berlin wrote Eisenhower's main campaign song in 1952,

ra iii waj cuea we juikc ikc. inen m luso, ueruu s contn contn-'biitlon
'biitlon contn-'biitlon was "Ike for Four More Years." He sang it to the dele delegates
gates delegates at the Republican National Convention and they liked it
-like he liked Ike. V

'Tour more years, four more years," ,
(sang Irving Berlin)
Give us what we like. What we'd like is Ike,
Tor four more years.
Three cheers with Ike, for four more years."

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Plnrida State University will of

fer 12 courses in the fall term of

the Canal Zone program beginning

Sept.) 9 and continuing pr,ougn

Oct, 31. .ill courses, wun xne ex

ceDtion of one four-hour course,

carry three semester hours' of

Included- in the scheduled are

classes -ia western civilization, tri-

eonometryt commercial bpanish,

great-issues of politics, English

composition, principles of econo

mics and plane analytic geometry.
Other Instruction-will be offered

in elementary Spanish, general

mathematics, physical science
(four-hour course) and principles

of accounting.

Jacques E. cook and George K.

Cash will be the instructors for
two sections of trigonometry 118,

?i standard college course in plane
rigonometry. Prerequisites are
high school or college level plane

geometry or equivalent.

Instructing classes in commer

cial Spanish 360 will be James E.

Stearns. Commercial Spanish is
concerned with translating busi-j
ness correspondence, writing busi

ness letters, drafts, invoices, and
gaining general familiarity with

Latin American business methods.

The classes in trigonometry

taught by Cash, and Staarns'
Spanish classes will mvt at
Fort Davit only. Alto, the
will bo offered at Fort Davis
only.

ureat issues 01 politics 215. a

prerequisite to more advanced stu

dies in political science or inter

national relations,, will be taught
by Clarence R. Vosburgh.-During
the course, Vosburgh will intro introduce
duce introduce the major factors which have
influenced and may continue to

shape the political institutions of

tne United States. Topics will al also
so also include both domestic and for

eign policies as they have devel developed.
oped. developed. No prerequisite courses are

necessary.
English composition 102 is a
second course at the freshman
level concerned .with reading and

writing. Studies' cover- the effec-:

tiveness and correctness of sen sentence
tence sentence and paragraph structure and
punctuation. Loring Hi White will
be the instructor. Prerequisites are.
English composition 101. equiva

lent, or permission of the direc-.

tor, Florida State Canal Zone pro

gram. '

A further study of economic

principles and their policy impli

cations is oflered in principles of

economics Z02. Classes, to be

taught by Albert A. -Tisone. touch

on cost of production,, elements of

money and banking and additiona-

al applications of economics to
public policy in a democratic so society.
ciety. society. Prerequisite is principles of

economcs 2-. or equivalent.

Plane analytic geometry 205 is

a1 required course for more ad advanced
vanced advanced mathematics to be offered
by Florida State In the future.

Classes will be conducted by Mr. I

Cash and will cover : coordinate

geometry in two dimensions of

straight lines, circles, parabolas,
elipses, hyperbolas with transfor transformations
mations transformations and tangents,4 polar coor

dinates and transcendental curves.
College trigonometry or its: equi equivalent
valent equivalent are prerequisites. t
Seymour L Barkowitz .will teach
classes in elementary Spanish 101,
a beginning course in the essen essentials
tials essentials of Spanish, with special em

phasis on oral arid aural training
in the language. No prerequisite

is required, out Spanish 102 must
be completed to receive credit for

Spanish 101.

General mathematics 105 Is

basic course' in mathematics con concerned
cerned concerned primarily with the princi

ples ano teenmques of elementary
algebra; the rational number sys

tem; aigeor a as- a generalization
of arithmetic; first and second;
degree equations: and ratios, pro

portions and variations. Other re

lated topics are i, operations with

approximate numbers; indirect

measurement; "functional reiation-

smps; logarithms; a i m p 1 e and

compound interest, and anmuties.
The course is not open to students

witn three or more hours of trans
ferable college mathematics cred

n. Joseph Moudy ; will .conduct

ctass meetings. , ,. .. j
Classtt in physical science. 105
will fc. taught by D. E. Myers.
This is non-lab court in which
various atpocti of the physical
environment and. the methods
and philosophy ct science a re
. stressed. Completion of the
course will enable thw individual
to fulfill the general L education
science roquirament at Florida
Stat.
Western civilization 18. exposes
the student to a serious study of
the roots and historical develop development
ment development of western civilization.' Cov Covering
ering Covering the period from, pre-history
through, 1815, contributions from
the ancient near East, Egypt,
Greece, Rome, Christianity, Eu Europe
rope Europe in the middle ages, the re renaissance
naissance renaissance and, reformation, age of
discovery, expansion,; absolutism,
enlightenment and the lasting ef effects
fects effects of the North Amprlcfln anrl

Frenfchf revolutionary periods are

siuQiea. xir. uaivin j. BiUraair-wiH
be the Instructor.
.xWdm:.dridlati(m. J.B2,' '.-which

win oe taugni oy miss h. tt.. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, xovers ths main : social,
conomic. relicious. scientific and

political patterns western .civi-

lizatjon the lath and 2t0h; .: centu centu-ries.
ries. centu-ries. and the imDaet of thi'

developments', on the, rest of 'the'

WWIU : jwi; i'!-- ui 4
No prerequisite courses are re required
quired required for either course put both
are reauired before taktntf -anv

other" history courses at. United

State.' Credit for the two courses
is granted independently.
Principles of accounting 201 of

fers basic training in accounting

ana business practice, included, n

tne course are tne study of bus!

ness papers and records; record recording
ing recording transactions; journals, control controlling
ling controlling accounts and subsidiary ledg ledgers;"
ers;" ledgers;" adjustments, and preparation

vi nnauciai statements, xne course
is a prerequisite to other account accounting
ing accounting courses to follow. Mr. William
Brown will conduct classes.
; ; Registration for the above cours courses,
es, courses, is scheduled for Sept. 5 and 6
at the Fort Davis,' Fort eiayton
and Albrook Air Force Base edu education
cation education centers. Enrollments may
be accomplished from 8 a.m. toi

a p.m. on those dates.

Senalo Ccmiucc
Fails To Ccnlirm
Jones's TVA Job

WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (UP)

A4 Senate subcommittee failed, to
act today on President Eisenhow-

er!s nominauou ui i oiu iv.
.tnn to th Tesnesee Valley Au

thority; board and wiped out the
last hope for his confirmation this

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TEACHERS TO BARGAIN?
-tCari. J. ,Megel, president of ;
the American Federation of
Teachers, will preside over the
organization's annual meeting
in Chicago, Aug. 19-23, which
will study collective bargaining
as a method of securing better
teachers' salaries and teaching
methods: Megel, a Chicagoan,
maintains' that schools wilt
open this fall with a shortage
of 400,000 degree teachers, and,
in need of nearly. 500,000 class classrooms.
rooms. classrooms. to replace obsolete
buildings and eliminate double'
shifts and overcrowding.

..1

John Foster Dulles. The poor girl broke down and confessed:
"I made a fool of myself over John Foster Dulles,
Oh, I made a chump of myself over John Foster Dulles,
The first time I saw him was at the U.N., T
I never had been one to swoon over men,
But I swooned and the drums started pounding and, then,
I made a fool of myself over John Foster Dulles." i
The Democarts had a few minor poets like Archibald Mc Mc-Leish
Leish Mc-Leish and Robert Sherwood, but they were eggheads as well as
Democrats. No one can accuse the Republican poets Of, being
eggheads.
FOOTNOTE Although he lias returned from a vacation on
TVirlr Tvlanrf' xvm hflv, flf fhof .Tfthn TTnC p. nulla.. lm mtnik nn

Recently she sang on television, not in praise of Ike, but of busy to give' us his reaction to the way Carol acted.

Aftd. boy. did he tret wliat h liked? But Berlin' nnt.if in.

inttraiinn innpnri fj hova ca cmA o ftM tu. fi.-4-

,i we- has written better-poetry,, indeed, but never anything
Jd baq. r
;.. Hewever. another uoct like an unknown knicrht

: m. i,. ...

w w ww run iur ine laureis. miss uaroi Burnett known

M the trade nji a "t.hrinh althmiiyh frnn v... -a k.-j .u.

i Pe a fed bird, may know the unknown poet. But we haven't

j wen Ruie w reacn ner

:

m .Tones takes office, it will be

It Jones takes office, it will be

Several ReDublican senators lea

by Senate GOP Leader William F.
Knowland' (Calif) accused ,Demo ,Demo-rmtin
rmtin ,Demo-rmtin members of the -Senate

Public Works Committee 'pf bot bottling
tling bottling up Jones' nomination..
"The committee- systemt has
been used to frustrate the pro processes
cesses processes of the Senate," : Knowland
said. i
f
He tocched off a series' of criti critical
cal critical specres alter members of a
Public Works subcommittee can canceled
celed canceled a scheduled public hearing
on Jones' nomination. This pre prevented
vented prevented final Senate action before
adjournment.

Kowland said the "TVA board
now is left with only one director'.

Herbert u. voeei. and tnat it u

not in : a position to function

lefially.

uisennower nominated j o n e s.

Kansan,- and outgoing assistant

budget director, July 1 to replace

Harry curus on the TVA board.

But the i subcommittee did not

eet this month, v
In the meantime, the board's

trird member, Dr. Raymond R.
Paty, died, leaving two vacancies.

The White House has not indi

cated whether Jones will be give

recess appointment nor has it

nominated a successor to Paty

Sen. Frahcis Case (S D). rank

ing Republican on the subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, said the delay, is a "disserv

ice to tne xennesse Valley." He
said the people in the vallev a ilea

have ben "misled by erouns Vho

took it on themselves to sandbag
the nomination of W outstanding

But several Democratic sena

tors' from the TVA area opposed
Jones' nomination, contending he

was not in sympathy with the TVA

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HEY.1 -MORONS, two biece of rood newt for you.'

V '1) "JfheArmy js thinKing of exempting you" from the
draft .on the grounds that it takes brains to hit the dirt
when there are bullets about," and
. 2)That $750,000 appropriation for & preliminary of

xne oaiDoa uriage project was un a oy -congress ana sign signed
ed signed by Ike. M ;
i s Furthermore if ou have been wondering i why the
paintihg of white lines or) Canal Zone roads seems to have'
dropped off recently, ft is because the massed brains of

the accredited experts on confusing traffic have been' de

voted to the Balboa Bridge problem.
' Especially, I Understand, to the problem of how :td;

eet traffic on to the bridee. '" C

I would have thought it sutticient to cut .ou ine Terry

service, and to leave the Miraf lores Bridge open for a day

Not these boys. It Is leaked to me that from their.

i ii uiii wiiu a uuukbi t i oa uva ui u iiuiimih&

the traffic presently accounted for by the ferry and the
Miraflores Bridge, but also'that accounted for by ,fhe Hol

land, Lincoln and Queen Midtown tunnels, plus jne n-s

road. 1 v
r The approaches to the bridge, as at present sketched, ?
arm cairl Hnwnorarla fi wilrl rnmnlexitv of the DiablO'

traffic lights, cum pinball machine to the mepjt primer r
in highway engineerings
From the east bank of the canal you will be able to
get on to the Balboa Bridge by several approaches' Among
them: y 'J 's
i 1 ) A road whirling corkscrew-fashion ; arjo'un,d Sos
Hill, though unconnected with the bridge. Thie rqad is so
banked that upon reaching a speed of 75 mph.,a motorist
will go soaring off into space like a trapeze artist,!' flight flighting
ing flighting with his c&r on the deck of the bridge and bound for

Arraijan. ';, 1"','

Speeds o more than a mpn, or a Toiiowing wmu, win
snlash car and contents into the Canal. This is a traffic

safety measure to eiiminate congestion on the highways.'

2) A direct flyover approach from the Adminfstrition
Building via Quarry Heights. This will be a toll way, ad

mission oy brass ring oniy. a narrow .nigijwj,jwi j ?

know how narrow the brass ring is hereabouts, j
3) A ramp coming up from near the Fastlich League
ballpark, or near the end of the Albrook runway, however f
you care to regard it, This is one of the mot interesting
developments in nioderrt transportatipn. The white-line men
of the Maintenance Division deserve every credit for think thinking
ing thinking it up. J
It is a dual-purpose highway. Cars heading out of
Balboa for the West Bank,, via the bridgi, can' use it.-x
Or aircrasft taking, off from Albrook heading for the
Taboea beacon and points in all directions. f
There is tak of building the brigde superstrupture
a little wider, so that If the planes change their mind a a-bout
bout a-bout going to Taboga, they car turn right and wheel hap happily
pily happily Jong towards-the Thatcher Highway,- without impair-

ing their wingtipsi ; ,N
" 4) The approach from Panama City Itself Is equally
aeronautical, and equally ingenious. In brielfy, it springe
from somewhere down by the Limits, takei i off J across,,
theCavflair-area isd there has built jnta.it the. tnotw
pre-cise slow roll till thii week's Farnborough air how.
Thus-all vehicles willas. over Empire Street invert inverted..
ed.. inverted.. The money which falls from the pockets of the Invert Inverted
ed Inverted passengers wil be, scooped up bya 24-hour watoh $up-

Dlied by the Crdunds Maintenance orancn. i n. ri

thus expects to oreax oetier inn -,
maintaining the bridge. , : 1
The economy of. Panama's Interior Provinces being,,
what it is, inbound chivas are more likely to shed the odd
hobbled pig, or sack of yucca, in lieu of cash.. Empire

Street can take it. , ; '. SJ
r At present under discussion Is some tie-in between
the Grounds Maintenance Branch and the Commissary Divi Division
sion Division in, the collection business. f 1 ',.')'. M

The Commie can ajwaysseu a gwnu w k-ik
chicken. ;'"-:''" ' y
Net result of all this cerebration on the part of the

...ui- u,k Iriria w U VOU CM piamiy see, uiw,

excuse Canal Zone hands.from any obligation to kick In
for the construction or car. of the bridge.
I have not been able to learn whether the demon de- i
signerl of Balboa Heights have given any thought yet to
getting vehicles off the bridge over on the West Bank. --
One of my piesr who'has seen the projected maze (
of approaches from and over Balboa, declares it to be the
fruit of long ahd learned Administration Building study of :

a OOWl OT spagnetti. ., lL- ;

line men have accorded the bridge project that many Of,
th'whit lines which drive Canal Zone drivers mad In s :

their efforts to interpret and follow them are ho more than

the' absent-minded dobdlings of the driver of the stripping
machine, as he thinks of other directions from whioh an

approach to the bridge can be Tatnionea. t x-,
The television tower atop Ancon Hill' lor instance, j
Or the fortified islands. : ? ;
i You cost-conscious taxpayers are getting more $75?,;.
oaa iHaaa for $750,000 from these bridee boys than any

other Canal Zone plan' in recent history-

90 wnen you Tina yourn siuv.iv uroauiuo in iu ini
4 pm trtffic through trying to follow a white line. Instead
of cursing you should revel in the thrill of partifipation

You are one with the man who got his camel stuck in
the eround plan for the Pyramids, the Christian who wand-

ered into the first dress rehearsal for the lions at the.

WVIII...HIII, Wl. ---T fc - ' '
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t-hrniicm Th frtnmn in mi Liraax wan oi i.nini.

. This is the stuff history and traffic tickets is made of.
t'- PERCY- PEERLESS PORTENT could stem from nV nV-richer
richer nV-richer inspiration than. the record 820 commercial ships'
the water-short Panama Canal shoved through' the Ditch

August, the eighth month Of the year, and if th Canal

in

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f.Guux r ilk

r LONDON! Aug. 31 (UP) 'We

do not mind obliging stamp icol icol-!
! icol-! lectors," a 'girl clerk explained to

me- in a ousy. ixhiuvu rusi umcc
: iithis week. y ' 1
l A young man was despatching

v to phuatelic, trienda m new ea
land a dozen packages each plas'

tered with about a hundred stamps

of the special issue, commemorat commemorating
ing commemorating thi Intprnational Boy Scouts'
Jamboren at Sutton Coldfield in

the English Midlands. ;
She had franked each stamp

by hand. 1- thought her am must

ache, antl .aalcv sc. i":rrii--"Never
,mind,' she said. ""A spe special
cial special issue is a bit ol tan." w ;A.
' Speclai-' issuer are -rare in the
United Kingdom,: a fac to which
attention has been drawn in a
new pamphlet issued by PEP -(Political
nd Economic Planning);
- Recommending that we should
produce jmore, the 'writers o g a y
that," while rBritain introduced .the
first h adljesiva postagi; stamp in
the : world, there have been only

237 Issued in all -r fewer, man in

any other. major, country.

Minority Inttrlwrs

Thora is something to be said,
I feel, for the .rarity value of
epecial issues.
They would not be such "fun,"
to auote the Post, Office girl, if

they cropped up every time a flag
was-wavef in- the Untted" King Kingdom;;
dom;; Kingdom;; or t;s? ship) was.aunched :or

a recorq psoan. t r- tw
Qn thjotrr Hind, wa might
part a bought for ha World's
phflataUih. Anythiti that adds
to th gaiety of nations -without
Inflicting pain Is worth eoniidtr eoniidtr-ina
ina eoniidtr-ina in ths days.

Philately, by the way, is to have
Its' pwee .with' scores of o t Jb e r

noDDies in me unubu jiouto jiouto-inff
inff jiouto-inff Crfrnor ation's Network Three.

; Thii is part of a new policy for

entering..: for minority .mteresis

There is much, pleasure to be

found on the sidelines: so to Speak,

as well as in the. centre of the

Network Three will "absorb-two
hours nightly of the five or r a i x
hours,, formerly devoted to, aca academic
demic academic and cultural broadcasts de designated
signated designated the Third Program
Young people are to have a
laTge share, e In. fact, Network
Three, was being launched by a
company of about 80 young folk
at this year's National Jtadio and
Television Exhibition at E r Ls
Court London. .- 1 j r
Boys and girls who work ..on at

omic energy or operate electronic
computers, dr train wr, careers in

tne Mercnanj ruavy oe w nursing,
combined in' a broadcast stage
show, "The World of Young Peo Peo-ple,'
ple,' Peo-ple,' to help: set the pattern for

Network., Three u) tne coming
month. Overseas students" were

there t6 answeir qriestiqns abouthhe West End,

.jtn the Scottish' capital xUuitly
I vwatchqd preparations for this
annual assemblage of masical and

dramatic talent m the shadow of

the gaunt, greyetcher Rock- on
which Edinburgh Castle stands.
sl : t :.i"'v-"--.V
': For 49 .wtkt in tha yr the
City i; butias itlf : mairily with
.scholastic pursuits (aducation is

- ld, to ba Edinburgh's chief in.

., dystry as wull as distilling
whisky, miling flpur and run running
ning running 4ts fishing part. During tha
other three waaks its' t a;t I y
throughfaras resound w I h
chorus of foreign tongtm. -Celebrating
its tenth anniversa anniversary,
ry, anniversary, tne' Festival has this year
brought orchestras from Germany
and Holland, a string quartet from
Hollywood, the Royal Ballet from;
Sweden opera from Italy -and
dram a from France all this' in
addition to Scotland's own-orches'

tras and the Phuharmoma from:
England.'"''". V'-t'.. V;lv

' It Would be wrong, when the
Festival closes Sept. 7. to say that

Edinburgh returns to normal.
' The Scottish capital takes the
junketings and celebrations in its
stride. It is one of Uw charms of
the placi for visitors from -over
seas very year that they see it
as.it really is," unruffled amid its
beatiful hills.

SenatdrlPftisesCut$ : Made By Congress In Ike's Budget

wajshington; Aug: sir :(tJP

Sen. Harry F, Bvrd (D-Va). one

of the chief ; congressional foes of

big- government spending,- credited
Congress today with, .trimming
Pre s'i dent Elsenhower's new

spenamg jreauests' by 6,500,000,900
this year;--.t'-..'. ;--j
He Asaid, the President shoulfd
now clamp down on the use of

funds voted in previous veara and

produce a ; budget that would Der-

iuiu. reuueuong' DOin in Uim and

the national debU.'iMk -' '-",.:

S,In a SeSSionnd-Statement : Bvi.il

reviewed the 1957 .battle V th
budget 01T the balois nf nblnnlnfc

made DV the staff nf hie 4ftlnt 'hAmJ

? te Ou-reducti6n of, aon-essen-tial
federal" spending;. -i
Other, appraisals, based :n fdif fdif-ferent
ferent fdif-ferent sets of figures, came from
the House side of the Capitol? Be Because
cause Because of the cnmnlevitv t f..i

finances, it was almost .impossible
kA eIftctuly hw fat Con,
Jtress budged jther budget"-;v.-,'-is-.-

? Eisenhower set off a great clam rone funtf to another; he said, 'the

Or for economy in. January when actual cut was. only about $2,500,
he sent Congress a budget calling 000,OQQ.-'": .,(?!. v -fot
expenditures of S71.800.000,000 Byrd" tased- his ,vestimates on

a peacetime record iii the fis-lnew spending; approved in author author-cal
cal author-cal year Which began July 1. The Ization bills, which pertains partly
budget also requested $73,300,000,; ,to future needs. Actual hard cash
000 in new spending authority, ; fo: curent outlays Is .provided in

tjotn toiais were trimmett by tne appropriations- mu ;

Administration : before:v. Congress

ever went,, to worlc on spending
bills, iThe : House Appropriations
Committee- has computed, that the
administration asked for direct ap

propriations of $64,048,466,299 and

was granted S59,i34,706,ooo, a, re

duction of $4,914,355,584. -v

Rep. Jeo.' H, T.i Mahon (D-Tex),

the committee's second,-ranking

Democrat i told the House at its

lars had been cut from Jth Presi

dent's: money requests.;

Butv Bep. jonn laoer tn-N Y),

the ranking GOP member, said

Mahon's estimate was misleading.

Counting transfers of money from agencies..''

Byrd said. -Ce n SX i a f Voted

$66,800,000,000 in new spending a uw
thority, as against $73,300,000,000
asked -biEisenhowef. , .. j i,
."the President "must exercise

his authority to hold down expend

itures because. : reduction in cur

rent new, appropriations does not

affect availability of Daiances car.

ried over, from prior years," t he
told the Senate :

This unexpended balance now

totals 70 billion; dollars. This Car
ryover -combined r with new ap appropriations
propriations appropriations makes' approximately
137 billion dollars available in ex

penditure authorilation for federal

He said he hoped th President

would be able to "get the budget

to a level where' we can begin to

consider eduction in debt and
taxes." ."-:: '. :

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est expedition of 1953, was among

tne guests. tAnotner wasf ia a y
Grinham. Britain' r teenage swim-

jning star vt Jast year's Olympics.

lauuug ot ne Kineiyo, hhiious,
the fmous Edinburgh Festival is
an outstanding example of re recreation
creation recreation on the "sidelines'' -while
a great city goes about its normal
Work.,.:;

The citizens pursue their ways
in and around the classic build build-ings
ings build-ings tttehistoric courts and rom romantic
antic romantic gardens much as they have
done down the Centuries.
Only on the, -night of the Grand
Finale, in my recollection, do the
sedate Edinburgh folk throw their
caps in the air the night when
the Castle Rock is ablaze with
floodlights for the Military Tattoo.
This year thn Royal Canadian
Mounted Police are there, along along-with
with along-with troops of the Turkish Ar Army
my Army i medieval garb, thw King's
African Rifle, in a tribal danc
ing display, and the Royal Dan.
i-ih Lifeguards combining with
tha massed bands of the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish rtgimants, the Brigadt of
. Gurkhaf-and the Edinburgh CU
ty iolice. 4

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a Londoner seems to hold festi festival
val festival all thr ugh' the year.

"When a man is tired of Lon-

-don" said. that 18th-century sav

ant or obamupl Jonnson, "then he
is tired of life.', ;
Today, as in Dr. Johnson's time.

the town, is: stacked at all times

with entertainment and spectacle.
Indeed, we shall soon improve

even on the Johnsonian era with

a theatre actually within the con confines
fines confines of the City proper.

This famous Square Mile, centre
of world trade- and finance, has
always been dedicated to banking
and big business, leaving the thea

tre and other entertainments to

New. however. the well-known

English actor Bernard. Miles, sees

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chiraei on Friday evening.
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fSAN liJAN HUNT CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL BARBECUE
jPICNlC AT GAMBOA GOLF COURSE
! ... o u..nt rinh members and their friends

will gather at Gamboa Golf Course tomorrow' at 10:30 a.m.
and spend the day enjuyinK a picnic.
This will be the club s annual barbecue, and venison,
conejo and other game will be featured on the menu.

Dore-Di Sail Wedding
At Amador'
t At a candlelight ceremony per-
formed by Father Donovan, Ca Ca-itholic
itholic Ca-itholic Chaplain, in the Ft. Ama Ama-!dor
!dor Ama-!dor Chapel on Friday evening,
Miss Virginia Cecilia Di Bella,
daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Charles
Kelly Di Bella of Cable Heights,
Ancon, became the bride of Ens.
Jstanley M. Dore Jr. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanely M. Dore of New
.Toft. u
' ji'" and ferns adorned the al-farrBcf-pews.
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iVPanis Angelicu" were sung by
J(he Colombian baritone Luiscarlos
Jparcia Gomez. He vas accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by Miss Mary Rose of Ba! Ba!-Jlioa.
Jlioa. Ba!-Jlioa. who also played the wedding

i fctiiarches.
l Mrs. Elaine Wunderlich render-

laid two violin solos as the guests

I Wassembled in the Chapel.
J Mr. Di Bella gave his daughter
Lin marriage. She wore a 'floor 'floor-1
1 'floor-1 (length gown of chantilly lace and
llulle over tafetta, with fitted hod hod-z
z hod-z l Sice, long sleeves and Sabrina
JJieckline. The very full skirt in
i Cpanier effect, ended in a short
I Strain. A coronet of lace and seed
ifibearls held her finger-tip veil of
r I illusion. She carried a bouquet of
I J White orchids.

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Miss Josephine Di Bella was her
sister's maid of honor. She was
dressed in a bouffant yellow ny nylon
lon nylon eyelet, ballerina length gown.
The bodice had a yoke inset and
tiny puffed sleeves, made com completely
pletely completely of white nylon gathered
ruffles. She wore a coronet of
ruffled white nylon and rhine rhine-stones,
stones, rhine-stones, and carried a bouquet of
white carnations.
The bridesmaids' dresses were
identical in style to the maid-of-honor's.
Misses Beverly Boyett,
Patricia Hattles and Miriam de la
Lastra wore pink, and Cynthis Orr,
Carmen Smith and Moira Brady
wore blue.
Lt. Mariano Bucolo served as
best man for the bridegroom. Lt.
Joel Carter, Lt: John Aniston, Ens.
Thomas Jones, Ens. Robert Bi Bishop
shop Bishop and Lt. Ralph Covington were
ushers. After the ceremony, they
formed a guard of honor, under
which the bride and groom pass passed.
ed. passed. A reception attended by 350
guests was held at the Ft. Ama Amador
dor Amador Officers' Club, after the ere ere-mony.
mony. ere-mony. The mother of the bride receiv received
ed received her guests in a dress of wheat
lace. A tracery of pearls and rhine rhine-stones
stones rhine-stones embellished the bodice. Her
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their wedding at Ft. Amador
accessories were white, and ahe
wore an orchid corsa
The groom's mother was dress dressed
ed dressed in pink polished cotton, adorn
ed with appliques of the same
material and net. Her accesso accessories
ries accessories were white, and her headdress
was a double bandeau of irrides irrides-cent
cent irrides-cent sequins.
Assisting by serving the cake
were Mrs. Brack Hattler and Mrs.
William Hoelze.
Aldrett and his trio provided
music during the reception.
For her going away costume
Mrs. Dore chose a gray suit with
black accessories and wore a pink
corsage.
Mr. and Mrs. Dore Jr. left for
Costa Rica on their wedding trip,
and will return early in Septem
ber to make their home at Coco
Solo Naval Base, where Mr. Dore
is currently stationed.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
CNiA
Writing a bread-and-butter
note to tell your hostess how
much you enjoyed your visit Is
an absojute must when you have
been an overnight or weekend
guest. This is important even if
your hostess Is a relative.
Anyone who entertains- you
for a weekend deserves an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic letKer of thanks.
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BRIDE AND GROOM Miss Greta Cecilia Navarro Chiari
and her fiance Charles Walter Hummer Jr. are shown here.
They will be married this evening at the Crlsto Rey Church
in Panama.

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: The follow
ing it reprinted from 'This Wk,'
a magazine .supplement, which has
th greatest,' circulation of any
such publication in tha United
Sr'tes).
By CLEMENTINE PADDLEFORD
Balboa Heights, Canal Zona
It, was in Panama City that my
South American journey began.
fins was the'taking-off place, one
hour and. 50 minutes flying Pana Pana-gra
gra Pana-gra from Panama to Cali, Colom
bia, then down the west ,coast
of the southern continents But first
bung my hat a few days in the
El Panama Hotel, determined to
have a look arotmd the Isthmus.
I wanted to see that Big Ditch
which, after 43 years, Is still con considered
sidered considered one of the greatest of en engineering
gineering engineering feats. And that wasn't
all, I wanted to sample the food,
Panamanian cooking, I had
heard, is diffrent from that- of
any other Latin American coun country.
try. country. The native cooking' has '-been
influenced over the centuries by
every civilixation Spanish French
Chinese, Hindu, Italian and, since
50 years ago, by our own North
American way with a menu.
See Mrs. J. Bartley Smith, I
was advised, if you want to know
about cooking. Mrs. Smith is a
housewife who has turned her in interest
terest interest in the native foods and her
flair for creative cooking Into
a fascinating hobby -job. Today
she is well known locally as a lec lecturer
turer lecturer on tropical fruits and vege vegetables
tables vegetables and their nutritional values.
Also, she gives cooking classes in
her home kitchen to teach the new
and old ways of using these pro products.
ducts. products.
Mercedes Alegre Smith was born
in Panama, her ancestors early
settlers in .the little country. She
was educated in the States and
married a young engineer of Terer
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I was invited to the Smith home
fin Balnea Heights for a lunday f
ternoonvto talk recipes and meet
the family. The big, breezy frame
nouse, winaoweu ou an not s,
stands high on a low hill overlook'
ing the canal. This was the dry
season, the time of the trade
winds; the Japanese wind bells
made gentle music.
Paul, the oldest boy wasn't
there; he was off in the States
studying Inter American Affairs
at the University of New Mexico,
having received a scholarshiplgiv scholarshiplgiv-en
en scholarshiplgiv-en by the United States Govern Government.
ment. Government. Carmen, who is 18, told me
she would be a sophomore this fall
in Balboa Junior College. Marjo Marjo-rie
rie Marjo-rie Ann will be a senior in Balboa
high school. Ralph goes back to
school an eighth-grader. And we
met the family pets, quite a mens
gerie. Two Coati-Mundi, these of
the bear family with raccoon-like
tails and anteater noses; a Span-
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WHILE LT. COL. RALPH E. ROSE, left, executive officer, 20th Infantry RegUnertt,f holds th
pan of melted butter, Cot Robert W. Garrett, right, the 2t0h's commanding officer, bastes
the huee pig which was roasted at the recent officer's peach party held at Kobbe bea

Hungarian Refugees In
Work At Same Jobs They

NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (UP)-
Traffic iams don't frighten Kai
man Renthv anv more.
He knows now they are part of
the American way of Ule. t
Rut nine months a eo. when. Beo
thy was stuck in his first traffic
snarl, he was peinnea. tie inaugiH
a terrible disaster naa sirucK.
That was ;the day Beothy pro
nounced Berthy and his family
arrived In the U.S. They were in
thp first erouo of refugees irom
Hungarian cftmmunism lo set foot
nn tree American sou saner me
November revolt. f
Much to Learn
Todav. BeothV. hli wife and
their two children and others a-
mong the 60 Hungarians who
were on thej first freedomfclift
plane to the V. S. ate working
hard at' becoming Americans and
at trying to wm economic secur security.
ity. security. Thev aeree thev still have
much to learn but they have
learned quite a' bit, too. t
Ferencz Pongracz, a bachelor
livinff in a Passaic. N.J. rooming
house, is learning English, how to
drive and not to eat too much.
ian-sneaking tarrot. Lorita. and a
cat and dog. It's a fun place to
visit.
I wanted recipes, but using
foods available in North American
cities. We settled finally for this
whole-meal rice and chicken dish.
And Mrs. Smith said I must take
back the traditional Panamanian
Wedding Cake, Sop a Borracha, or
"Drunkard's Soup," the literal
translation. It is served throughout
the country for weddings, anniver anniversaries
saries anniversaries or any festive occasion. It
can be made weeks ahead of time
and improves with age.
f isthmus Wedding Cake
1 sponge cake baked in a 12x8x2-
inch wax-lined pan
Syrup:
a cups sugar, 3-4 cup light rum,
3-4 kup water, 3-4' clip Spanish, or
Italian, 5 whole cloves. 2 cinnamon,
muscatel. stick: wine. Pinch of
salt.U cup pitted, 1 cooked prunes,
teaspoon line juice.
In a saucepan combine sugar,
water, cloves, cinnamon, salt and
lime juice. Bring to a boil. Sim Simmer
mer Simmer 5 minutes. Cool to room tem temperature.
perature. temperature. Add mm and wine and
pour into a jar. Add prunes; coper,
Allow to stand for a couple of
days. Bake the sponge cake a
day in advance; it takes the syrup
more riadily when dry. Place on
a large kerving tray. Remove spic spices
es spices and spoon over the syrup. De Decorate
corate Decorate with prunes, silver dragees
ane$ baked meringue rsettes.
Yield: 2 2-inch squares.
namanian Chicken .'I
i targe cmcsen, about 4 pounds.
sail, .pepper, z tablespoons fat, 3
cups canned tomatoes undrained,
1-4 cup sherry, 1 cup minced onion,
1 clove garlic, minced; 1 .table .tablespoon
spoon .tablespoon minced parsley, 1-4 teaspoon
achote or saffron, 1-4 cup chopped
sweet pepper, salt to taste. 10
green olives, 2 sweet pimiettoa,
cut is strips. i :
Cut chicken into piece as Ux
frying. SeasoB'wiUi salt and pep pepper
per pepper and .brown on all sides in. hot
fat in deep skillet. Add tomatoes,
sherry, onion, garlic, parsley, saf.
fron and pepper. Cover and place
over Jew beat to simmer until
tender. Season' with salt to taste.
Serve on a Urge, hot platter with
Chinese style rice (directions be below).
low). below). Decora U with green olivet
and pimiento. Yield: portions.
Scire with aa American style
tossed green salad.
k: ; -
' 1 tablespoont fat (lard, bacon
drippings or oil), i cups uncooked
rice, 3V cups boiling, water 2 tea tea-spooas
spooas tea-spooas salt-- -- iV : .'
Heat fa( in heavy Trbn IkiDet.
Add rice kod sUr constantly oatil
lightly browned. Add boiling water
and salt. Gently rook unul waur
ia aim oat absorbed. Stir, turning
rice a bottom to top. lover and
continue cootiag over, ter? low
heat until rice is completely dry,
about S minutes. Yield: portions.

"The only thing I complain a
bout is my stomach," he said
"It's too bi? because the food is
too rich."
Pongracz was a mechanic in
Hungary. He is working on the
production line at a New Bruns
wick. N. J., cable plant and has
started saving to buy a car so he
can iotn the traffic jam.
iBeothy got a job right away In
Philadelphia, in his old occupa
tion oi machinist. He is able .not
only to pay rent for an apartment
but to put 4 Mile aside" every
month toward the purchase price
of a home.
All Beothy asks now is to be left
alone to live like any other Amer
lean.
Ceuntlng His Blessings
t
Paul Vzlriag also !i. toaht'ihi tit
blessings. He took his wife,, two
daughters and one son to India
napolis and resumed his old occu
pation as a baker. The family is
having a struggle with English,
but they agree they miss nothing
they left behind in the old coun
try.
"We are very happy in the U-
nited States," Czillag said.
Miksa Frankel, who settled with
his family in New York City, has'
become a celebrity of sorts
Frankel was a .streetcar conductor
in Hungary, He still was wearing
his uniform when he arrived in
the US.
Now the worn and frayed suit is
hanging in the headquarters of the
Syracuse chapter of the National
Railway Historical Society as a
reminder' of Communist butchery
and American freedom.
Frankel works as a window
cleaner, and he won a $800 nest
egg on a television show. 1
Can Sleep New
"I can sleep at night," he said.
"That's the main Treason I'm so
happy to be in theUnited States.
I can sleep and stop worrying
that someone is watching me."
All except one of the 60 aboard
the first plane were accounted for.
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Cleveland, Indianapolis, Philadel.
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one who could not be reached warf
Imre Nemdvoelgyi, a young man
who boasted of having been a
freedom fignter m the November
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His sponsor, Mrs. Julia Kerekes,
Trenton,. N.J., said that when she
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THE SUNDAY AMCBICAN

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JULIO VOS, S.A.
Panama, R. P.
2nd. .Diagonal ("A" Street) 7-27
Tel. 2-2971 P.O. Box 297

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Greta Ntvrro-Chir -J,
Will Wd Chrlti Hummtr ,.
At Crhto Rty Church t
The marriage of Miss Greta Ce

cilia Navarro Chiari to Mr. Charles
Walter Hummer Jr. will take place
at the Cnsto Rey Church at 5:30

this evening.

Miss Chiari is the daughter of

the late bduardo Navarro and Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina Chiari de Navarro and the

foster daughter of Col. Richard

son Selee and Sarita Chiari de

Selee of Panama. i
Mr. Hummer is the son of Mr

and Mrs. Charles Walter Hummer

of Amador.

-' The bride attended Balboa' High

School and graduated from Mt.
St. Dominic in Clad well, N.J. She
Continued her studies at Wash

ington University j in St. Louis,

Missouri and completed her so

phomore year at Maryville Col
lege in the same city."

: The groom also attended Bal

boa High School and graduated

from Mt. St. Dominic in Cladwell,
N.J, She Continued her studies at
Washington University in St.
Louis, Missouri and completed heij
sqphoraore year at Maryville, Col College
lege College in the same city,
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The groom also attended Balboa
High School graduating in '55. He
now attends the University of
Notre Dame where he is major majoring,
ing, majoring, in Chemical Engineering.
The bride's dress, veil and head headpiece
piece headpiece are from. Arnold Constable
of 5th Ave., New YOrk. The bou bouquet
quet bouquet is from Jai-din IBertha.
The bridesmaids' dresses are

yellow; and the maid of honor's
orchid. They were made by Dona
Nina Mastellari; .
The maid of honor Nita Jones
will be accompanied by the best
man Robert Zumbado. ; ;
"The bridesmaids: and their es escorts
corts escorts are Ofelina Arias,- Federico
Boyd, Carmen Smith, Gaston Ga Ga-rridoj,
rridoj, Ga-rridoj, Idareza Arias, Heman A A-rias,
rias, A-rias, Mary Morgan, Carlos A A A-rias.
rias. A-rias. Patricia Quinn, Rogelio Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, Irma Arango, James Do Do-ran,
ran, Do-ran, iGladys Strunz, and Emma Emmanuel
nuel Emmanuel Arias s.
The flower girl is Ana Arias, es escorted
corted escorted by Mr. Garey Will.
Ring Bearer Js Jose Lewis and
"arras" is Eduardo Lewis. Train
bearers are Ana Maria Sosa, Pris Pris-cilla
cilla Pris-cilla Orillac and Darnell Will.

erwide

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Ushers are Bruce Quinn and
Paul Smith.
Sponsors tor the wedding are
Col. J Richardson Selee and Santa
Chiari de Selee, Dr. Eduardo Chiar

ri and Racquel Chiari. .Carlos A

gustin Arias and Ana Chiari de
Arias,', Carlos Alberto Chiari and
Cecilia de! Arias, Dr. Benjamin

(Boyd and Carmen Arango, Sober
to de la Guardia and Carlota Con

te Mendoza, Mir. Roberto T. de la

Guardia; Miss Carmen r Arango,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hum

mer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Will,

Mr. and Mrsrt Howard Will, ; Mr.

and Mirs. James Doran. Mrs. Ka

therine Wynn and Mrs Charlotte

During the religious ceremony
'Ave Maria' will be sung fcyy Icza
Morgan Lewis. ;
After the ceremony there will
be a reception for close friends
of the families at the home of
Carlos Arias air Chiari de
Arias in Par que Lefevre.

HEETINliS

Martin-Van Vlit
Wedding Announced

Mrs. Ruth Pyle Van Vliet and

Louis Martin, USN were married

at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Union Church. Rev.' Oscar W.
Olsen officiated.

Mrs. John IB. Corliss Jr. and

Mr. Landon H. Gunn Sr. were at
tendants.

Mrs.: Martin wore a pink suit

with pink accessories and an or

chid corsage. Her daughter, Mrs.

Corliss, wore a royal blue dress
with white accessories and a pink

rosebid corsage.

After the ceremony, the newly
married couple and their friends

gathered at -the home of Mr. and

Mrs. Wm. Cawl.
The ;ouple spent their honey'
moon at Seacliffe Acres, and a re
ception was held on SaturdayvAug
24 at the Casino at Santa Clara.
The Martins plan to spend a cou

pie of months in Puerto Rico be

fore making their home in jack
softville,. Fla, i

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Of Local' Xmat j
Cards On FridaV

The CanaU Zone Branch of the
National Leasue Of American Pen

Women will hold its annual preview
of Christmas' card at the Tivoli

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column should be submitted m
type-written form and mailed ee
the box number itd daily in '$ '$-cial
cial '$-cial and OthtrwiiO," or delivered

bv bsid to the effice. Notices of
- meeting! cannot be accepted by
telephone. ; .- '"
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blCQ Wives Business j
Meeting Will Be u
Held On F riday
, The regular monthly : Business
Meeting of the 'NCO Wives' Club
of Ft. Clayton will be held next
Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in
the NCO Open Mess. All members
and newcomers to the Post are

invuea to attend.
West Bank
Reserve officers
Mcut Wednesday
, West Bank phapter of the Re Reserve
serve Reserve Officers Association will
hold their monthly meeting at 8:00
p.m., Wednesday, at the Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be Officers Open Mess. Temporary
location of the Officers Mess is
building 186, the former Medical

company building on DisDensarv

Hill at. Fort Kobbe. All Reserve
Officers and enlisted men who hold
reserve commissions are invited
to attend.

GEORGIA PROF Robinson

Ramirez,- research scientist t
the Georgia Tech. Research
Station, has returned te Pan Panama
ama Panama to spend a short vacation
with his family. A former stu student
dent student of Balboa Hijh School,
Ramlres is vacationing from his
post an professor of hydraulics,
thermo-dynamics and other al allied
lied allied subjects at : the Georgia
Institute of ..Technology.

FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL IIISIST
always on CANADA DRY"
. "High-Ball without Canada Dry
. is Foul-Ball"

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

So lino..

the BIO inning

aid in the tittle box.

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NEWSMAN'S WIFE DIES DIES-Mrs.
Mrs. DIES-Mrs. Dorothy Ann Schulze Ed Ed-son,
son, Ed-son, 67, above, the wife of NEA
Washington columnist Peter
Idson, -died in Washington,
after an Illness of 18 months.
Mrs. Edson was born in Ft
Wayne, Ind,t and was grad graduated
uated graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the
University of Michigan, where
she later received a master's
degree Sn English. She was
interred at Oak; Hill Cemetery
ta Washington.

Guest House in the 'Little Gallery

on Friday, Sept. from 4:10 until

i:so p.m. -Tea
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life we find the human desire and effort, strens and consistent, te improve Ills
if home. '.Matfuihita llectric, manufacturers of the famous "NATIONAL" Radios
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developing and turning .out nearly 2000 kinds of electrical and electronic ap-'
pliancea, We "feel strongly the responsibility of leadership In the Japanese "elee
trical end electronic industry, and as such, we are the leading organisation of the
Japanese industries. ''
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ere gathered and focuied to the single purpose of supplying to the Customers at
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Big Xmas Drawing Give-Away
In Panamas

$1,500.00 SCOTT FREE to be given
to our clientele between now and
Xmas.

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girl in a bathing suit, painted on the inside of a stone bridge on a lonely country
road. Th picture Is painted so -the girl seems to be lying just off the roadway.

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wrikht fief t. and ltd Hadlev built this motorized ferris wheel in DtrdenJtJt. v"Itii

News Secrjetwy JafeH3grty,leivlng,for,metW to!M? t W JMjj-bt neighborhood Jydr sure have fun; ccordlnf to tht meBi-l.-

SUMMER VA TICAN
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Albaijo, J5 mljfli S9vthss.t Rome, i th ftali9 town of Castel
Candolfo. Among its ptwtrous. vjjjas is the. old summer home of Catho Catholic
lic Catholic popes,, a papal palac? begun by Pope yrban VHI. Thee photos were
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twimming every morning for 2, years; no mstter : of tht smoothest furfaees. vtr reafe'doy '.inn; '."; :
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TBI SUNDAY AIME31ICAH
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1957
Local 595

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V. Burrow, Evangelist
1 "hon I-3B0
klioA: 4Pi ueil.ua Road
, Series Jjflav III- em
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Sunday 4 P-m
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Dr. v-r Services Wedntdayi -vu h
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r, Ii00 (Huday School,.-"s' .r.
f :S0 Saivatlon pHeHjia
Sraiar Cnyi. and tlra. t. Maamway
i4tn aj fnawa;:
itAlGAJtlTA w
Tha Revarend Tlieodnra S.
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Frinklln,
faitor Phono, J-1498.
:tt.. Chwch' School-
'11.-00 aj. Mortiin Worahlp.
Kuracry c- '
:30 pjn. Youth Ttllowsblp.
QAMBOA r iV ; ;
Wallrn M. Aldartaa, M(aalaa
Off.: a-4111 Baa. a a-lW
Sunday 5rvlcei u ... v
- t:30 a.m. 'Sunday SchaoT. ,
!t:at a.m. Morning VerihlB. .;
' Official meeuna am) waaicdjiy ttf
, uaa aa announced, i 1- -
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M:thodist.'-
tlU aiaTktViiUtl (vaMJaJUi
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' Rav. William H Anrxtronj
,:ititk suuw4 c.y
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Ifle a ax tjarnirif Prayer ad w'a
:va p.m. Sunday Scuom
J era tvaama t.iva and aaaaam
. ratNiTt MtTHouiai cnuitcai
7U Smat and Melendm Aaaaua.
. ."- Cijon. t -vn
ao. Ramua. tkalaaa. MUUatar
9 Jw a-a. Momlnr Sarvtce and Baty
-VavaivuaJiMa.
t am. Sunday
, pax. k. vaunt
(Holy Camaanhm laa Stanaaral
iaaoday. i J" a m rraaar ataattaa.
aENE7 mTtUIS1 CHUBO
iUtnkov CMy. CZ
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SrarM fnr aU at a J PJS
-Teat 4wttar- Ta Pa""'e
-JSMaaaa V aa lw--r a-tit
Cbi$li:n Scirntist"
rHMISiTiajt lttla. .. WJ!
tmvti at Cfcl, ar tjaf. va
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i Church., ef fh Mttny llthrlrl lha Cm.t Zana. and th tymiiiaf clrtaj
V Fm and Colbn. Raaublia pi Panama, axtand a waleama
tlmai ta man and waman af tha armad arvita, and fa cirihan
hart, frlandi and atranfart. '

naticns, netwat at, aar at waranip

itv, 1 Lining ara roraai irwrn i
.n. or twa can9ion ara Hfa4 vndar "Othar Charchai 0 JafYlcai.-',
4 ipacial itinr Ja Inaludad tar iarvleei at Army parta, Air farca aaa
and Naval ifatiana. ". V .'.'' " i k.
' Miniitar. church tccrctariai and ahaplaim ara aikad a Warm tha
nawi daik in. writing by Wadnaaday naan at, tha lafatt af any change!
far th earning Saturday'! church piga. , t ;

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ConlasMnim i aawni y
7 KM) to a.uo pm Thursday,. b
nit' fr'ctoy. 7:( to:00 PM
n 7UI0 ta 8.00 um Thuria,, Bfiwr
Mmcuiou Uadai Havana: 'l
Cntj5'aj aI.v
"nig? sAoai tuto CJua
Wadnaa7 -;, .'iT,
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is to coo p.m. Thwraday Mtora lw.
FridV f :00- p m i i'
Sacred Hairl I Davotlonnf ?sa am
Catechiw CIai tf ta pjv oa
Tburaay i , ; s is
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OUR LAD Ot rATlMACuruiaa
' Sunday Maaa at a:00 a m.
, Holy Day Maw at :30 p.".
. C5awi9na? j09 ta C;M p- 'an Sat.
'"r.iM-h'i.m Clan .'Saturday aitl' I'
,A T. JOSKPIHranlaa : ;
Sunday llaaaaa at t:0a and M a.m.
Holy-Pay Maw at :0g pro, -,l
Confession: Saturday I JO lo 430 and
a. a l,u d t
"'MWaeuiouiMadal Kovanai 1o' p."m
on .' .. .. j ....
Coovart .iririHraanar:.';;tuj
kklflt Panama Olt-
Sunday Masaea: 00 and B.iO .m
tlnlM flan Uauaal 8t30 and :80 p,.
''(It It Fall PP Saturday tha Mawaa art
:vu ana a ami r-
MtavaiMtiai alltl'ria S:00 to
7:00 lo 8;00 pn Tbumday batara ftrat
rrlday J: p-m
, Mit..iiiMi Mria, Nnvcna, and Sta
dona of tha'CSrawt frlday 7:00 pm.
Citachtan C1aw Aflar 1:80 maa.at
Sunday ,
t ' v ST. THEKEBAI-taeeM
m..-AZ u.a- a M am..- ,.
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1 Holv bav Maw: .00 dl J al
on Saturday :V am. I
Cataehinn Claw: J0 tp :00 p.m. on
Monday.
' (jpiwawtanaraiw ia aiv jr"w
' fR JOHN BAPTIST DE Uk AUJl -;
Pamna Lefevra
-Sunda. Mhm: 1:30 and
WaelVPiS? Ma( :J0 Mon.. Thu
Hi I i Vali1a MMMna a.m.
5"' Z"-.'i. U i. aihn
Cantaaalann t-3 t 4:M and 1 (Mr to
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Convert Clawi Monday J JO p.m.
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MaW- Day Mass: i:30 P.m. m
Thursday balara riwt Friday
8acriJ Haart Noyanat T:W pr
Canvart Clami J0 sjb a Tbraea
i'' ATLANTIC SIDE
: BT JOSBPH'-Caln
Wday Maajeli: AVi'
Holy Day Mawaa:j and J
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and S :45 p.nv
VJ&JSZ i-UrpaK40 la I:0O-J
MirJcaiourMaair7Qahat Ww4a
ana t:wi p. : J
-Baerad Hcarl nowanai anaay ji aw
? s.ucif ruania, fiaruloaa 7:00 P-m.
CdnveH' Clawi 1:IS-..m n Monday
tnl TlttHalVa I
rrhaai Clan: Sunday 10:11 aJa. IP
ii n m a na .m. to 4:00 p mi
; riwt rrlday.-IHlwt rfMaat Blaaa.
ad Sacrament all fay KeDoalllon at JO
aJn, paiuraay ipwi"" w ;
pint Saturday Devotion ta. out Lady
a ,.nn,..Tk tfalv Rraiarya KKt a.m.
dren. Mandaya. and ThumdaW
S ailRACfLOCS MEDAIj Crhtahal i
ftmiliy Mtaa: 7:00. 8:00 and U:0jtv
Holy Pa M""f dlPdl :00 0JR, Wf
5.1 p.m f '.li-a li.
Ijonieaiiflnai "DaiuToay aiwa a.uv
7a to i an Attar Bnry fwH ava-
nlnff.
faif
racuiouai meaai navanar ana
p nv ar, 'Monday,
Catechism Cla.'av After Kam 4
Sundae. . ... - .-. .
First Friday Exposition aU day during
tha senaot year, ,- .-
runt saturoajj: mam n iw am.
HOLT PA MILT CHt'RCfl ta Margarita
Sunday Massaa. 7i. 139. 1 1 ikv. a a.
First Saturday Mass: f.,.., 6:08 aJn
WeeKday aM-. .v w
Sa.urday t 00 pm to.' !: pjn
Miraculous Medal )ovaiuj f 0 p.m
Holy Day Mc: 7 JO am i 1:11 pm
'Confession 1 4 pm. Id .iM P-aa
avary Manday
Parish Family Rosary and -,.
Benediction 7 4P am
avarv Wadnasdav. .v -
pMe Inauiry; Ptf l
lt- Friday Devptlona. pm
aturaay Devotion iyf p.ga.
tl
a-a viartvra -
Bundaf Meeaeaa.-, a ja w t4 4Jt,
fiaiy- say- auaaaai aw aa ana a
CaaiaBinne: ana H ana aaa at
Ctachl!m Ciw ta-tf a m. eo 8undav
Convert C1aavef It wary pt tM
Ipjn. v
M raruieija aledat navenai. Ta pjp
a Tueaaay. I ( ', -t-
Barred Haait noranai iaa aas. aa
rarwicil TB coNCPTT0!1--aaai
aina M 1-li B -
Hnl, On MM- I'M SA '
Confemona: 6J8 ta 7aa paa. aaj Sa.
icrday.
Caiilar laaa' 4-aa sn aa atnj
oir Labi of good coiman,
Bundev Maa. ta amt Jaam-
ioiy pa Ve.t at aja. aad t
am
taavfe.'ilasi Bataaaar at 1 M pja-asi4
kf'vv ail ewUu aaUflaa. f
1 iianirj f aaamewvaot
i kf-raeiua 44aal tievanar lap PJk
Sad heart ioane:'7- pjb aa
tr Sxan 8 9P p aa tiB"
.,e -a Lnstruci no C aaa 'tor CaB CaB-irm:
irm: CaB-irm: 4 at a at aa ThurMay -Peliwa
tnrvrtioTv for adutta lCaa
(tiH-ted ta Saanwaii- J a) aa
dav
Canrart tnatrurUana aa papatritmpa.

a"" arnr-. .....

Tha Kav, R. HcbW fraaa.
tha Vara Rav. Malnan 4 ratanaa. -fV
' f TJt.-Oaaa ,f
' amfuv 1k 2
car cATHtDRAj. or IT. l-UK
' t bUNPAVS ; .,' I
:3(i'i iol fcJimmiinion '
-30 a an fcanta Communion in"
'; 1 oayj. i
:30 a m Church School.
a .4b a m iLscuda Dominicat
.OU a n Mornlna Priytr ana w-mon
lV .4 day I f
410 a a bveoina; Prayer and tannon
- : MrswNKSDAys '
aJU Holy Communion
7:00 o rvaitfna frayar.
a.Wi aJtr Holy Coauouniaak''
JW a Holy Communion ,
d:Ut a ox Morning praya
n w mi
da Muwionary Prayata
l-' COCOU
k Church af Si Andrew -Jxha
Rev William W. Baldwin,
tl Priest in Charie .
a'in
S'Hply- Cummunlon .n,,i,n, 7i0
? Family Prayer and
( iaiurch School v . f JO a Ja
( (Also Holy Communion tnd i
i Mornlna Prayer Sermon 41,00 jb
WEONJSUAYS .
oly communion ......... a,v a-w
COROZAL ,j
u f H r i (
, i' Chape) et The Good Shepherd ,.
if The Rev. Clarenre W. Uayaa,
"If Priest La CJuwaa
v!ttye a m. "Morning Prayer.
4m,a twst Friday each Month).
'- St, Simon's Chiuch
rhk ,Re. John Spear, Prleat ia Charge
. mqif i ....,
7:00 a.m
8:00 n.m
IpiKtopai Young Ch
urehman t:oo p.m.
ion ..... 7:00 bjb
Evensong and Sermon .,,.
MOMOAYli TUESOAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning rrayar ana noiy
Communion .,v,i .i. ....., J:00 am
Evening Prayer 7 :0Q pja
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and r
WNDAYS .
4tn xnuraoaya .....'; .....';-WEDNESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS .....';-WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
rnnimlna 7 :00 B J).
Mornlna Prayer a-P.
Evenlna Prayer .. "W .m
ATI IP DAYS
Family EucViarlst
l-SO am
a.M p.m
Office af ,empiina
s- f--, LA BOCA ''' v
Tha Rav. John Spear, Prlaat ta Charf?
V. a.. ... afiV?hrtrell
B-haal-"... IT..
Choral .Eucharist and Bar-
man ." ''""J
Holy Baptism',;. 'VSilflT
Bvensang and Address..,,,. 7O0 p.m.
Jjd MONvTAYR fc
Woman's Auxiliary-, .v.
THURSDAYS or OFEAST WW,
Holy Caramwlapi,.-.',.,A t oo a
V -?PALt'Ei;f-? yj
'J Chlpel e tha Holy Comforter
VerT u B. auiy. Prift h chawa
THURSDAYS "V
1:30 a m. Holy Cosnmunlon. ,,-
,. ,r -- f
y ' MAROARITA -Charch
al St. MarparH
V : Fpv and Brama BJvd
Tha Rav, Jeasa IL Beaaw, Bartee
syNDAvs 4V -V v
f -A- riv Mnhr Gommui
rV II a.Rk Church' School
It .reft ea awi Mnrnin PtMTIW
Laat Sunday aaah- Manth. Haly Co
THVRiPAT ana .HOLY, PX
- IMTIl as vim
arTrwtrsnAVa .'
JO aw-. Haly Faasmuntaai,
- r -I r! aaaaian
Tha Rev. Allan R. Wejtfc firf;
. Briast a Cfafjra, ft
THt BV. Sfavia a), vapiwe,r:.i:
a PhBraf Buchlrtal' M
t M jh, intent Bspttsra., -. 1. K y
8 00 n: Church Schoo(-;.i p1
ilieit 4 Buimmk-));
1:08 p.nv louui reuawapiP-.
f fa) n m. Evemetia end AddjtSPSi
eUowsriiP
pd and tn WEi
iJ "omi
.. Uld M
"n,ir.f1:.. At.
eape.
Panama- err
K raaiiXChwcB
1 ta reai Uaaaef B, rrtay Barter
,Th. R F(ta t Arirfl. feerae)
:ea a.m. Hiy Cafarfi-.aiiaa
Z:... .,..' a.,.ri aa Barmeai
tttratr e pr -Ma-nine .Pravar aad CiiuraC
i2:B vr Hhly eottemj'
? oa.n. alaour VeaparB
6 3 P-m pai vrnu1' ;
a-3 am Ivrnlita Prayer anf 1 aim op
WED. El BAYS ' 1 '..
6:0e ea poa-vamrnr- j. (. r
t-fS ii.ru. Evening Pravar...
mURSOATS ANTJ FTtrnATB "
8:36 m Hotv CmnmuaJo
HOLT OATS '
f M Half Cawwauaav -
' ii r
'cHtUIT cm-arw BT-TSt-BXA
i, Fptteeal aa
i Ca aav l
. inapastte Hal BstMnplant'
TVe PeV. Jsaiaa f0 fsrmar, Baataa
fa Be Baary p.. flaaa, Aaetap4
IP am. Paly Ccmunloav -8
a m. V arnlr r fraver.
8 0 a KV, Cheral ) .'rtianat
l a a m. Ch.rrrrt i.-hoal
7 J PJP Baasaspw Bvansang 8a
- 1 "WC xfJSBATI .1
-Pa a m.Beiy tmnmumaa. ".
, gje e-m. A'-' C nx' rmauea) Claa.
pum- tvr- I r.ae fad "Uedita-
, t.aA
' ri.-rT
86as. Ck. t -Sari, '-
It aa eaa. d-i -r Ca, rca."aai rtaea,
I j pja C a4 kee tt-a. :
- 1 f s'
rp
a -a
... -.eat I CJa
P'.iae WrnaHat ...
... Ittia
Ctrark axnaas
... visa am
IBS sa
ate v"

nlerA., I

v n

RIO ABAJO
"St. Christopher's Chorea -'
10th Street, Parque Lefevra
' The Rev Clarence W. Hayes, ;
Pflast in Charf
Tha Rev, -Clarence A. Crafwell,.
. t -, Aaaistant ,y( ri

8:00 a.m HOiy t-ommumon. -7:30
.m Sung Eucharist ana 5rmon.
10 JO a,m Morning prayer and, Church
, School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism-
6:30 p.m evensong ana etrmon.
MONDAYS .
7J0 pm 1st and IW. Woman's Auxi,
r Uary. ,r (. 'j-"
TUESDAY! I '," .V.
JO p.m J unta.f Daugbtara ot tha
. King.
70 pjn. Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
b.aa m m Unlu i7mmnn1nn.
7:00 l Evening Prayer and Relliloui
uiau u.uviia,
THURSDAYS ;
a-nn n.m. Girls' Friendly Society,
:0o a.m. 1st and trd, Slptfatons, ;
SATJRDAYS
P:3a aJTI- Junior oniirmaiioia mom.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THk M AZAKKN
1 Ancon, C.Z
" Minister, Rev. Elmer O.- Netsan -BoT
6. Ancon. C.. Balboa KMB
Sunday School
Morning Warahlp .........
Youth Service ,m.,..
Evening SJervlea
NJ'Jil.S. Service . ........
Prayer Meeting, Wed. ....
11:45 a.m
10:30 a.m
4:45 p.m
7 JO p.m
7:00 p.m
1 JO p-m
.NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama BJ.. 23rd Street East
Rev. tL'M. Brawa. MinUtei
SUNDAY; ...
Divine worsnip
Sunday- School ............
Sunday Massaa .,.
ah, un uoia,
:30 a.m
8:00 a.m.
7:44 U:4&
coo p.m '.
..uiiiliu'l WITNESSES
., tt,....!... fi-viMf-aiBva. at 7:30 ojn, and
mcau.w "---- .i.i
Sundays at :uu P".
80S HKICws HOPH aaw
' CHURCH OF rfESUS CHRIST. :
,v!K niv iiran iMormon)
mUn in tha LPS Chapel
pn Ba boa oau. ,...
aunaay ocnaoi .'rr r-
Sacrament Meeting 8:00 pjn
Primary; Monday pjn
, Rellat Society; Tuesday,. J JO am
' MIA: Wednesday ........ 7 JO p,m
Telephone Balboa 4227
;a,lnlla Rranrn
Building 200, Schoolhoute Rosd Gatun
Sundav" School, Sunday .. : am
Saoramerlt rneetlrtp Sunday U :00 a m
Priesthood -meeting Wad.. 4:30 P m
Primary i Wednesday S :30 P-m
naiuf SMiletvis ai announced.
Teiephane,. Catuq W pa Criitdbai Il7
CURUNDUt PROTESTANT CHURCH
'ip Wbm4 Hearted Ctourcb"
. Milton iR. W. "..
Ohnri. Baal S3J11 Of. 83-8101
Sunday School JO ajn
. IA alaaa for! averv aiel r
Morning Worship ',....'..', H0 em
Youth Fallflhvshlp ,..... S:00 p.m
i," runin Wnrih n : ... 7:00 P.m,
A church njuaey la provided lor your
usa..-Jfi p t 'i
OLU CATHOUC CHUROt
, Bk Raphael, The Archangal
1Kb flt West No.
?oy Eucharist: Sunday. al 7 M ia
ueadaya, Wadnaadapa and Tbumdavi
"wahj a Onctijp (HatJini Bar"
viee) f irst Bundajr af aacR gaonth
7il 9Mi : -. ?
:' BtBav- 1. rfamea,' O. A BlahaB
j . acficiauna.
Monunt atypup-' a
PcllavsMP Worship
t ........ BJ
W at U;0J If
i. ....,.. :oo pm
Suads Sejuml at
Uiypig pamea a
-f- BAHAinmm
, i j' BAHAl'S CENTER
j i v 84 FMW u;aa
Uriinluclon 10 ipeJiaaiv Paaamit
Haiaormw atej
alSl'aihm''!
, AaMaina Rasaarr -:
jitOdy t;iaaaat,.,.Mry'' t5
F ;' BETHEL MISSION CHVRCB .,
IS Espaleba 8t, faralaa, C.2,.
P Rav Waldaba a Blewart, Pastat
6undayi U'OO am. Warship Sarvlce.
1:00 p.m, Sunday School. , :
1 :18 P-m, Gospel Service. t fc -Monday
: 7 0 Young People'a Boe etp
Wednesday! ItaP Mtd-waeh Christian
rellgwshlp.,, .
xnursaay. o:vo uwr
-Friday I 7 JO Woman'a Misaienarp Ba.
THE CHURCH OF QOD
tajg Bghth Street Calaa
mmM fi isi. Aaaaaiaaa. Pasta.-,"-'
Sundav School ........ .... 0 30 a,m,
Merning Warship ,....,.,,. W-JO in
rilgni aarviaa -w r--
' FIRST CtniRCB OP COD'
... Car.-Jaasalca and Trtaidad Bta.
' Tlsalabaw Xity, Canal tana
. ttev. Wm. Livinjsten, faster
Mamlng Worshju a:oe a.m.
Sunday Schael ...a... o:ja a.m
Night fervisa ......,...,.) ? Pm
,. THE CHURCH OP GOD
s WaJW grPaWMsBaaJ
Mra. ataada Hlfaa, faatat
tiniu. B.haoi .............. 10:00 BJM
aH'J "aw
Nlcht Service 1)24 I
worsnin u-yy
THE CHURCH OP GOO Rla Aka
. Meat OKBre Rd llthBt. ;
Rev. Wav 1. Johaaaa, Partes
a,... b-hm 8:30 a JBI
Worrung Worship 1J:M 8-ra,
taiijRCll CHD fTearteeestatt
Rev. R E. Wetson, Overseer
' -sthnna -12 Baz 251. Camaaa
Churchaa at Parelaa. C.t, (Rev. and
Un Herman G. Whrtel. Caloa.
(Re. Fernanda Lor an eel, Ri Abate
iRv. and Mra. Charles Hay nee I. and
tatlvi (Rrv. and Mrs, Clifford Greaves
iunday and wassaajra aervleee at all
epurenca. ..--.;-.
COMWPNTTT CHAPEL
Diabla Haigbta. C.Z.
" inear piabla achoel)
rr. Carl V. Tkaaaaaaa, Mhrlstay
. Bajr St. Wabtp Height, C.J.
fkaaea:-Hame eambaa 217
rkaaak Ralkaa 4271
Bundey Behaol 19 -JO m
rhip Sarviae .-lljaa.m
YuU Vnrtra ............ TJ pjn
F.vtre)lstie rvice ...t., 1 M pm
' Wadnaadav: Bible Study
end Piayer Sairlca ...... vaa p.m
VxTJv;:I Jewish ; 'l
jaarr-1 weifara' Board B'd Ttl-K U
, Zact Balboa. C-Z R(bn Nathaa
V ttkip Oacie.
Perrlaa, Friday. J P-Pk Barurdap
I a paa ; ,
fSae aa Ptlr, af r'eartaSi TWss
taVa Raaoa and Biabaapk
Cairaata fnl frmant IMH Ava
etaa Hid l a k-rl 4 Vng
paraM tntv Servicaa t ea p as
luthtrin
tM Bead at .rkt a-aat
P
. P-O. X Balbatk'
ltiav
Sunday Schaa. Bikl atam aaa
l.rina Servara 18:15 eaa
-Trhrrna ScnrKa at MaraarlU (ta T.
SUrparat BpaaoopaJ Cburckt

Posts and Bases
. PACIFIC SIDt
Protestant

FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ........... P:OC
Morning Worship ..t.. ...... ... 10 Wl
Church-time Nursery School,,. 10:00
FORT CLAYTON '
i
eBuiiuttjr ; oajiiuwa i auiiuuiji tiw
1261 V:0li
Morning Worship .,, 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service 7 :30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 1:00
FORT ROBBE
Sunday School 9 :ou
Morning Worship 10 :30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
worship service, mo naio .
Christian Youth Fellowship
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. ..
Ofiicer'a christian tjpion-Tburs.
8:15
i:00
7:00
8:00
ALBROOR AIR FORCB 8A5I
Sunday scnooi aiw
Artnlt Rlhla Clasa INCO Club).. 8:30
Morning Worship ...j. :s o:
Youth fellowship i,
reiipwsoip ,,, a.wv
0,8. flAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday $cnoni :ou
Morning Worship UM
Holy Cpmrnunjon First Sunday
of Monthi
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning waranip .,
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month). i
Naval Radio Station, Summit.
8:00
6:00
ratliAll
'VORT AMADOR
Daily Man
Sunday Masses- ...v..u
Confessions. Saturday
Sunday
CJ0
7:00 &
8 JO
1:00
6:30
. ::iu
1:25
10RT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses .,.
Confeffilon Saturdsy
:45
.:0U
,,.7:45
J0 at
8:00
r'ORT KOBBE
Pally Mass
Saturday Masses
Knnriav Maasea
6:15
1:00
1:00 ft 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7 JO
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 7 JO
COROZAL
Bunqay Mass
10 JO
a I DunriK AIR FORCE BASE
Dplly Maaa ... :00
' UuftirHnv MlU 7:00
, Sunday' Masses ......... 7:45 A 12:00
Knamah
7:H)
1 Novena Serviccs.Tuesday- ......
Confawlons-Saturday
y.8. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Man
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa
Friday .. w.. ...v.'.i....'.
7:00
7:00
JO
1:00
7JU
4:00
1:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCB BASE
Saturday
USOIWB (Balboa)
. Saturday
ATLANTIC SIDE
' Protestant .-FORT
FORT .-FORT DAVIS
Sunday enooi mug, ana
Morning Worship .... 1 ... .,
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 23S
Tuesday
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel
Choir Practisa-. Wadjiaaday -Post
Chapel
10 :W
7:00
JO
7J0
FORT JUMCK
Kiinaav Btcnoni ......-......
JO
Mornina Wershln 10:45
Yauth. Fellowship, Sunday 6 JO
Bilrla'tudy, Wadnasday r. ,.
Ladle Chapal Ouiia, Jl Thun.
TilO
;o
U.B. NAVAt STATION. Coca tola
punosy pcnooi ................
JO
Morning warsnip v...
Holy Communion First Sunday
UlOO
Month)
catbolia
FORT- DAVIS
IJeuy faasa
7:00
Sunday Mast........
Confeasipnii Saturday
JO
1 1 aa
8:ov
:tf
Sunday
FORT GULICK
wauy mass ......,.....,.....
Saturday Maw .....4.
Sunday Masse ....... 7:45
Canfaaaiona, Saturday. f:00 A
7:00
7;00
10:11
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Bauy Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday JUvn .,.,..........-
4:00
8:30
6:00
COCO BOUTO
aunqay msaa
7 JO
Jewish
FORT OUL1CK
'4Uaaay
fill
Greek Orthodoar
Greek Orthodox services ara conduct
ed at the Church of tha Anunciatlon,
Via Belisarlo pprraj, Sap Francisco de
a Caleta. Panama City. BJ"., and ft
the Church 9!, St. Apthony, Avanlda
Melendez, colon, n.r., on aiiarnata pun pun-da
da pun-da vs at 9:30. For. further Information,'
call .tne, miiee a in ara; unepia,
2-3U.
Seventh Day
r Adventist
Weekly Servleas all Church" as
follow.
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School :3Q a m.
Divine Service 11:00 a jn,
Youth' Meetlne 4:10 p ro,
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayaj
lUmifn I'M a.aa-- V '
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28 J 3508
Csb varea, a. w, a vn "V
' .
criarruia aaia a a.
Pueblo Nuava 1-A St. between ltd
and 4th Su.
Rio Abajo 11WI DX, pa. 11
Ralboa C ha eel 0844 Cavllaa Rdr Bab
boa (Saturday pnly I.
Spanish Cpureka .Paaaml a
Crsstaawm vUistnci .-
Pastor .Ruben Hull .
Panama. Calle, Derleh He.
CrrrlobaL tatrl A Bolivar Ave.
eamboe Jk Frljoles . i
Dt.tr! r Pasta A. A. tariial
Tel. Na. 6-101 : 4
GamBa Praltt ParkwaP WJala
Atlaatle Side Calaa aad x
b-. N.hltT. XJ S3
-Olasi T trd St. Central A, Crteta.
aal ltth Bolivar Ava.
Central efiire: Cavilasi RaadTei, t-
t5.e r ... .
Crista be! District

til)

...

Of

1
Local 591 comoosed of civil in
employes ol! the Jderl GoVern GoVern-mnt
mnt GoVern-mnt Here,- is planning extensive
DirticiDation in the U.S. wide ce
lebration of the 40th anniversary
of the founding of the National
Federation of Federal Employes.
These plang include dinner ana
onen meeting to be attended and
addresed by leading Federal of
ficials in tne area, ano me an anniversary
niversary anniversary also will mark the kick-
off of an intensive membership
campaign,
Ofticers of Local 595 are:' Wil
liam C. Kongable, President; Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia J. Scandrett. secretary trea-
screr."
The Independent NFFB is the
oldest and largest general organi organization
zation organization of United States Federal
EmDloves. It was formed on
Sept. 17. 1917 to advance tha wel
fare of Federal employes and at
the same time to improve thd ef
ficiency and effectiveness of tne
Federal service for the people and
Government.
A number of Locals had been or
ganized around the country prior
to that time but it became evident,
shortly after the entrance of the
U.K. into world war 1, that U
would be necessary to create a
strong national organization if
they were to be successful in Im
proving the Government employe a
lot and m modernizing federal
personnel policies.
me situation naa grown acute.
There had been no salary in.
crease for more than 50 years.
There literally was no tvarem of
paronna(. admlnitration worthy
or tne ytarno; no promotion or
retirement system; so uniformi uniformity
ty uniformity and little Initiative in policif
or personnel programs.
The creation of the NFFE made
this progressive organization the
pioneer in its neias ana inrougn
the years its outstanding contri
butions to better government have
been recognized by successive
Presidents of the United States,
members of Congress, top admin
istrative officials, and outstanding
peronnei authorities.
The NFFE has a long list of
accomplishments behind it. In
1920. Within three years following
formation of the NFFE, the first
reoerai retirement jaw was pass
ed, lay congress, ana in laza it se
oueu .enactment of the Classifi
cation Act, the first long step to
ward a modern personnel system
Since then numerous other goals
have been' achieved, such as ex
tension of the merit system, wage
increases; standardization ol leave,
greater advancement and incen
tive opportunities, and host of om omen
en omen which, taken together have giv
en the Federal Government, an
increasingly efficient personnel
astotniM T W n anoiam aarkkt 1 n euc
jsjroivciu dttdftl mjHVMf yw 4aj7 euo-
ceptiblo to great further improve
ment, nevertheless represenia im
mense progress over tne uterauy
chaotic conditions whiclj prevailed
when the NFFB was Organized.
; Broad objectives Of, thg NFFE
now are preservation and further
extension of the merit system, a
realistic salary policy which will
enable the Fedail Government to
retain and recruit the roost com competent
petent competent personnel, improvement of
Mie wansuicauon aci, svauuaruu svauuaruu-tion
tion svauuaruu-tion ana lmprovemout of Wage
tioa'ra pr oceuurei, mrther Impove Impove-nentg
nentg Impove-nentg in. the. retirement system,
ana adequate medical insuanco
program, tetter promotion sys-
vems; aua many owners,
A continumg progam of educa
tion called the Train Camnaien ia
carried on J6y toe to acquaint
tne pupuc wiui wh iscis auan
Jfederai empioyea and the. federal
servire. 'ihe campalgu preseoti
the tacts and refutes misrepresen
tations add mistatements wherev
er tney occur, me frr & aiso oai
been a leaaer In opposipg any r.
turn to the outmoded, costly, and
potentially corrupt spoils, ssyem,
Local b93 here is pn of more
than 700 active locals in all the
48 States, the District of Columbia,
the territories and possessions, ana
)n many loreign countries around
tne woria. Memoera pi me pttrgj
are employes .of au Federal de
partments and agencies and they
represent literally thousands pf
duferent skills and professions.
The NFFE orovldas a wide va
riety of services to Us members
Ut sucn neias as legislation, admin
istrative adustment, information
and education, peblic : relations,
na ethers.
i These national services are ad.
ministered from the NFFB'g own
headquarters building in Washing
ton. Direct; responilbllity for a-
cnieving the over-ail objectives of
tha organization Is vested In Its
Resident National Officers, Presi President
dent President Vau Owen and Secretary-
Treasurer Henry G. Noida.
Baste objectives of tha organiza
tion are established through reso
lutions considered and adopted by
biennial national conventions. Re
solutions originate in Locals by Cr
ton of the membership. r
The present 40th anniversary ce
lebration. ia which Local 595 ia
participating, was authorized by u-
nammous action ot tne isu rvr t.

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nauonai tuuveuiiou. n pericp cu
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ONE TEAM, ONE GOAL Two TJSARCARlfi EpgWeer Section
employes, ElzieL. Talbott, lef t, rriRin,tennce vision;, and
Manuel TuUockr rights supply division, ; represent two. coun countries
tries countries the United States and the Republic of Panama, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, with a- firm handBhake in f ront 4f th large- .color,ful
Engineer. Section Labor Day. siga, located; it Corozal.
p (U.S. Army Photo)

UAW-Big Three
Flares Anew On
na-TuniT YUPi The erlce-eut
battle between the United Autq
vnrv.r nd the "bin three" of
the auto industry flared anew to today,
day, today, fanned by a UAW plea ior
help from President Eisenhower.
UAW President Waltec Reuther
wrote the President asking for a
jn view ox rejocuo"-ny m
ant firm n( Reuther's sufigestion
that car- pricea for -1956V be cut
$100. r r '.-' "J
T Tha TTAW nresident's statement
Thursday.: brought almost imme
diate response worn prasiaeme i
presenting his subject in a differ differ-entwayt
entwayt differ-entwayt -i '' - '"a i
,t tuniee -Vrnmnrr
GM President. Harlow Curtice
said-. Reuther's "14 page publicity
release, re-argues his. latter- to
General Motors ta which we re replied
plied replied in detail .' -Hpnrv
Ford II accused Reuther
of converting "a arave Rational
problem cintiatiorr) mio a propa
ganda piauorm aesigneu vu uivj,
nuhlie criticism from himself." .'

Vnrysier -resiuonv..j. i-t vvuni"aiaaci,

Sek
Over Ney CiyH Rights Bill
WASHINGTON (UP) Sen., beat the bill. by filibuster a tac tac-Richard
Richard tac-Richard B. Russell (D Gg.V pre-ltic they had' used agalna similar

dieted today that "a poiiiicai poiiiicai-minded
minded poiiiicai-minded attorney ; general' would
be pressed cohstantly ,by Vice
President Richard M. Noon to
use the new civd nghU biU
against the; South. ...
He said his native South must
be prepared-for "difficult timea."
(But... Russell, leader of the
Aiitkam Dcrrrdratie bloc. de
fended the decision of most Dixie
senators not.tp filibuster against
the clvU rigM bilL He aald 4hey
could not Mill the measure and a
filibuster would have led them to
Dr----- .7 j j
I ate hours sriar
i" r!'"
- He said the biU wag politically politically-motivatad
motivatad politically-motivatad and aimed only at the
South, trot at the protection of
voting rights throngboa the eeuv
"it will be administered if a
naiitioai minded attorney gen
eral," h said of Atty. Gen. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Brownell Jr. . ; f
"There eaa U littlej doubt that
he will U eoristenUy T?".l
the sice tw-esident of the Uaitad
Statts t appiy P"w
af the law the souther atatas,
.1 ...r-h alaras and IB Such UBC
and enB4avae the NAACP es"
arhirh tha vice BreaidaBt is tha
most distinguished member, may
demand." - .
Kutsell said ba had been asked
by several aootbeni peaators U
reply to criticiani from borne be because
cause because they had failed to try to

:An3iiversarv

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Price Cut War
Appeal To Ike
aid Reottier wsi ot presentlnf
any proposal to change the nature
of rls original proposal,
Rfuther, at a pres conference
Thursday, said the three failed to
gay they could not eut prices and
till make profits and did not de
"y price reductions "would result
in', greater ,- salea k j ?
.lis' -'''' UrgaafMaatlngV '
He said price,- settingr was ad admittedly
mittedly admittedly the 'prerogative" of
management out. adaeo, "so is it
our prerogative- e-vnfijn to de
termine wnat aemanaa 1 snouia db
njade for increased wages .
Reuther urged "Eisenhower "to
eaH ra meeting of- hif eqpnomie
advisers andr headd "of "the auto
firms and representatives t of th
UAW to discuss thd prica.eut pro-,
posal. , .-
. "While, the. auto, companies have
rdjected our offer to joiif in a
common fight against inflation,
they would be compelled ,to givev
very serious considerationr to any
luch recommendation, .jiou might
m wm t
bills in the .past.

Careful canva'sses, ne-eald, re revealed
vealed revealed that the Souta-eould not
round up enough supporting votes
to have 32 senators., stapd firm
against' invoking the'snti-fillbust-
er rule." The Senate the would
have passed the bill It camtr
front -the House, without tha
southern-, Backed 'amendment
that watered ft down, he said.'
Aa- aetuiWe men, experienced
in the Senate, we- knew that th
easy eourt was ur to lead to
defeat for na and impajalleledl
disaster to the stater w raprtx
pent,' Russell tncpUined, -
Umitit Vere.
- - ''
. He reminded ftatNih- SenaU
killed one provision whirs would
have authorized use of injuoctioaa
to enforce-raeial fowgralioa. If
the southerners bad filibpstered
the House approved compromise,
ha said, an effort would have been
made to restore part of that pro provision.
vision. provision. -.....
RutaeQ said he eoniderd n
the greatest victory of his M
years ia the Senate that the south south-arnerp
arnerp south-arnerp bid managed ta limit tha
BiU af voting rights. ly dtriag so,
he said, they had kept the "wit-,
ering hand al the fadml-grvern-rnant
put af our school aid se

en! arder." : .
If bis paaatKW ware misnder
stood er twisted for political Ta Ta-sona.
sona. Ta-sona. Be said, ba would consider
loss af his Senate seat a cheap
prira ia puj j
be viewed as the wua couraa.



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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
8UNDAT, SEPTEMBER I. 1957
r AGE EIGHT
000 Labor5 Bait Classic

nn on
;ioda

X)r X? A f 1 : H

WiVR PONG CHAMPIONS from the United States arrived at Howard Air Force Base Fort
jesterdTyV eager to display championship winning smashes and drives in exhibition
iiSffi T throughout the Canal Zone. The two mixed doubles teams as seen above from cen cen--
- cen-- Sf to rieht Irl Mr.Martand Cutler, holder of the Outstanding Player Awarded current
rShth seeded ? player of the U. S. Mens' Singles; Mrs. Julia Retelionis, Washington p. C.
''SBtiVnJOamsAma' Mr. Norbert Van de-Walle, 16 year old Junior Singles Cham Cham-d
d Cham-d hAtr, New York Women's Sjngles Champion and New York
S&te Mixed Doubles Champion. At left is Miss .Juuft W. Oifford, staff service club director;
it C LeslieC "wood, USARCARIB special -Services olficer; and Pit Merle DeWeese who
Hi be "driver for the group during their exhibition tour playing before servicemen of the CZ.

Top US Table Tennis Players
Mere for CZ Exhibition Series

11
of the top-ranking table
tirjnis players in the United
States arrived in the Canal Zone
TWay for a five-aay series ui
exhibitions and challenge
malches on local military posts
riponsored by the professional
nlertainment branch of the De De-.
. De-. nfcitment of Defense and escort escort-,dllocally
,dllocally escort-,dllocally by special services
l personnel, the two men and two
llrU arrived at Howard Air
- Fces Base, Fort Kobbe on
Mjlitary Air Transport Service
- Beading th group is Marland
. rir as. of Rensselaer, N.Y.,
! whk) was yoted "most outstand outstanding
ing outstanding player," the national
TeSm championships last year.
" Cutler, who ranks ninth in te
national standings, is credited
i with being one of the hardest
hffters in the table tennis game.
Hil drives from both sides are
c!tmed to be virtually unreturn unreturn-al)e.
al)e. unreturn-al)e. Cutler will act as master-
it
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of-ceremonies for the

several
exhibitions scheduled
The other male member of the
group is youthful Norbert Van
de Walle, 17, of Chicago. He
ranks third in the country, is
presently national doubles
champion, former boy's cham champion,
pion, champion, and a member of the U.S.
team at the world's champion championships
ships championships earlier this year at Stock Stockholm,
holm, Stockholm, Sweden.
Julia Rotelionis of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C., one of the two girls In
tho group, has several times
been listed as city champion of
Washington, and Eastern dou doubles
bles doubles champion. According to
advance Information she has
primarily a defensive game, but
has a hard forehand when hit
ting,
The fourth member of the
group, Marianne Besslnger, rep represented
resented represented the United States in
the last four world's champion championships.
ships. championships. She is presently New York
city champion, and Westchester
mixed doubles champion.
All players will accept chal challenge
lenge challenge matches from any service
personnel in either slgles or
doubles.
The group made its first local
appearance yesterday afternoon
on CFN-TV. Tomorrow it is
slatted for exhibitions at Albrook
Air Force Base at '10 a.m. And
the Fort Gulick service club at
8:30 p.m. Monday they will ap appear
pear appear at the Fort Amador service
club at 8:30 p.m., and Tuesday
they will be at the Fort Davis
service club at 8:30 p.m.
' On Wednesday they will ap-

TtVOLI
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RIO
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Cinemascope!
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pear at Gorgas Hospital at 2

o'clock in the afternoon and at
Fort Clayton's Raeder gymna
slum at 8:30 that night. On Sep
tember 5 they will be at the Fort
Kobbe service club at 8:30 p.m
Remon Track
To Have
Night Races
Panama's Gambling Control
Board Jias authorized Presi President
dent President Remon racetrack manag manager
er manager Pablo A. Thayer to mako
arrangements for the Install Installment
ment Installment of lights at tho racinf
plant for the purpose of run running
ning running night races, it was an announced
nounced announced yesttrday.
Plans of the track and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding area will be sent to
U.S. electrical contractors who
will be asked to submit cost
estimates for the installation
of the lighting system.
Th Control Board also ap approved
proved approved the setting np of hot hotting
ting hotting agencies for the racetrack
in the Interior cities of Chi Chi-tre
tre Chi-tre and David.
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Scintillation; Ragazza,

Tiequest Canoe Tangle
In Nine Furlong Test

Six of the track's best three-year-olds will match
strides today in the $2,000 added Labor Day Classic
ove one mile and one-eighth at the President Remon

racetrack.
Scheduled to dispute the purse
and beautiful silver trophy are
Scintillation. Grand Finish, Tie-
quest, Canoe, Sera Bueno and Ra-
sazza.
Scintillation, Grand Finish, Tie-
auest and Canoe have all been as
signed 116 pounds because they
were bred in te northern hemi
sphere The South American Sera
Bueno and Ragazza will carry 110
and 107, respectively. Regazza
gets a three pound allowance be because
cause because she is a filly.
On paper, the race shapes up as
a sprinting duel between Ragaz Ragazza
za Ragazza and Scintillation for the first
mile, with Grand Finish and Ca Canoe
noe Canoe moving into contention if pos possible
sible possible and Tiequest coming on for
his usual stretch run. Hustling Vir Vir-gilio
gilio Vir-gilio Castillo will do the booting
on Tiequest.
Scintillation will have the ad advantage
vantage advantage of the leading rider Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasquez in the saddle. Vas Vas-quez
quez Vas-quez and Scintillation have form
ed a pretty effective team on ma
ny an occasion and always can
be counted on to put ud a 'fi o o d
performance.
Ragazza will have hustling Chi Chilean
lean Chilean jockey Fernando Alvarez do doing
ing doing the booting. Thus, the Haras
Carinthia filly will not he any dis disadvantage
advantage disadvantage as far as riders are
concerned.
s
Alejandro Ycaza will guide
Grand Finish, Guillermo Sanchez
will handle the reins on Sera
Buno and Julio Rodriguez will be
aboard the fractious Canoe.
several omer interesting races
are included on the program.
Yesterday, President Ernesto
de la Ouardia'a classy English English-bred
bred English-bred chestnut four-year-old colt
Crews Hill raced to an upset
victory In the $650 one mile and
an eighth feature race.
Despite an Impressive victory
the previous week In a lower
bracket, the plungers unloaded
on- Opulento, Rosier and Michl-
rlpa and virtually overlooked
Crews Hill. The result was a $13
win dividend and a $51.80 one one-two
two one-two payoff with place horae Ro Rosier.
sier. Rosier. Jockey Braullo Baeza tot
Crews Hill off to a alow start
and bided his time to the far
end of the bac'kstretch before
making his move. But when
Crews Hill got his head he shot
by the leaders and took com command
mand command then held Rosier safe In
a hard drive to the wire.
The son of Father Knapp Knapp-Pltsworthy
Pltsworthy Knapp-Pltsworthy turned the nine fur furlongs
longs furlongs in the creditable time of
1:55 1-5.
Baeza was the leading Jockey
for the day with three victories.
Besides Crews Hill, he brought
home Komancero and longshot
Plbe Undo. Ruben Vasauez and
Ouillermo Sanchez had two win
ners each.
The dividends:
THE DIVIDENDS :
First Race ,. ..
First Race
1 Cypress Bull $3.20, $2.80.
2 Coral $3.20.
Second Raee
1 Plbe Undo -19.80, $4.00.
2 King's Park $2.80.
First Doble: $52.60.
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Third Race i
1 Unda Susy $8.00, $3.40.
2 Vilma P. $3.40.
- One-Two: $33.40.
Fourth Race 1
1 Romancaro
2 Fil6n $7.40, $4.60.
3 Presldente $7.00.
Excluded from betting. v
QUiniela: $31.80.
Fifth Race
1 Don Grau $8.20, $4.20.
2 Daniel $8.40.
Sixth Race
1 Mlrtlno $3 00, $2.60.
2 Neeful $4.80.
Seventh Race
1 Oro Puritd $6.20, $3.00.
2 Kaa $2.80.
Second Double: $9.60.
Eisrhth Race
1 Ika $10.80. $6.00.
2 Yovitst $3.00.
Qulnlela: $23.20,
Ninth Race
1 Crew Hill $13.00, $4.bo.
2 Rosier $3.40.
k One-Two: $51.80.
Tenth Race
lTown'S Wall $5.80, $4.UU
2 Golden Corn $3.60.
Eleventh Race
1 Ocala Miss $3.40, $2.20.
2 Happy Abode $2.20.
5700th
Turns',
Smeers
LuagiM of Albrook
W L
18 6
Screwballs 1 8
Kin Pins 14 ,10
Alley Gators .3 11
Stick Pins 12 12
Solits 10 14
Trouble Shooters v 8 16
Picnics . 7 17
Smoers S. Alley Caters 1
Smeers continued their winning
ways at the expense of the" Alley
Gators. The first game was de decided
cided decided by 2 pins in favor ef the
Smeers. This spurred them to
auer helshti that thev ooited
net 962 game and apprently this
effort tired them out because
their next game was only 783 and
the Alley Gators took advantage
of the let down and snapped up
the last same.
Claude Hays for the victors had
a scratch 526 plus 60, put him on
top with 586. Joe Kaiser smeered
a 546 with handicap, c or the tan
ned 'Gators,- Rich Richardson was
satisfied with a 567 scratch and
Mo Malovany just snuck over the
5C quota with net 502- nosing
out Arnords of the Smeers, 501,
Screw Balls 3 Picnics 1
Still in the second place two
points behind the leader, the
Screw Balls went on a rampage
and came up with a 980 game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Picnics. They continued
this nicnic at the expense of the
Picnics wth a .second game of
858, but the thrd game was dif different.
ferent. different. The Picnics resented Be
ing pushed around and got tough
and earnered the next ooint.
The Screwballs had plenty of
heroes Benny Hays 501, John
Edens 530. Big Burciago 525. Dan
ny LaGramoza 586, all with han
dicap. Picnicker Tony FardnicK,
has a good time, with a scratch
531 or vet 585, and Jim Mingins
Center Theatres TWay
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TONY RANOAU. :
LA BOCA 1:99
John Payna
THE BOSS-
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Dana Andrews
"BEYOND A REASONABLE
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Dodgers, Cards Win To Keep
Sn NL Pennant Hopes Alive

.V rV :). ''V'V, "-fi

NATIONAL LEAGUE'
Teams
x-Mllwaukee
W
73
72
65
64.
62
49
Pot GB
.619
-.566 eya
.563 7
.508 14
Brooklyn
St. Louis
Philadelphia
x-Cincinnati
.504 J4Va
New York
Chicago
.470 19
, .392 2RI2
; nn n am.
Pittsburgh
48
x-Night game not included
f 4 u i
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Cincinnati
New York at Brooklyn
' Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)
Louis at Chicago
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .-
New York 000 023 0005 8 0
Brooklyn 100 122 Olx 7 13 3
Worthineton, Qrissom .. (6.
Miller (8) and Thomas; MagHe.
Koufax (6). Roebuck (6) and
Roseboro. Walker f 9). WP: Roe Roe-burk
burk Roe-burk (7-2). LP: Grl"som (4-4).
HR: Jablonski (8K -Hodges ; (24),
Roebuck (2. -
St. Louis 000 110 001-r3 v 7 1
Chicago 002 000 0002 4 r, 0
wehmeler. Muffett (9) rand
Coouer: Elston, Lown (9). t ittle-
field (9) and Neeman. WP: Weh
m?Jtit (7-6). tp: Lown (5-5)
HR: Adams (1).
Pittsburgh 010 000 000 1 4 1
Philadelphia 230 200 OOx 7 14 0
Friend, King (3), R. Smith
(5), Swanson (8) and Folles,
Rand (8) ; Cardwell (4-6) and
Lopata. LP:. Friend M10-17).
HR'a; Thomas (19), Cardwell
(1). : .." V-
AMERICAN LEAGUE ;
Teams
New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Cleveland
Baltimore
Kansas' City
Washington
'vWvL'i pet GH
-. f8'-.4 :'.61;4i
' A. 75 52 .591'? m
r 59- .535 .13
63 R5
63 M
60 ,66
50 66
49r 78
1.41
492 '19
.488 l9Vt
.476 21
.391 32
.386 32
TODAY'S GAMES'
Boston at Baltimore r '
Chlcacro at Kansas City
Detroit" at Cleveland '
Washington at New York
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS :
Detroit at Cleveland ,NK
Boston at .Baltimore (N)
. Washington' t New York (N)
Chicago at Kansas Cily (N) '-.
538 and Bert Moskowitz 502 help
ed -to sootne the sores umiciea oy
the- Smeers. -.'v v; ti-. vr---
7h trouble I Shooters found "the
cause oi meir trouoie,ana.; cur
reeled same; the solution was
simple, they scored more pins ana
stuck the Stick. Pirn, to the tune
Of 3 tO 1. V!; ;'v
The only, trouble was that the
Stick Pins followed the same so
lution in the second game and
took it. But aga.in the Trouble
Shooters lound the trouble, and
took corrective measures,vby win
nine 28 sins.- f :'.
The 5C Bovs for ) the Shooters
were Bob Lindley 542, Bob Taylor
523 and Bill Yager 525. For the
stucked 'Pins Clarence Stephens
came up with 508 and Jim Men
ols 'Slt,;Vv.vV...
Kino Plni SSpllts 1
The Kinr Pins started out stromr
with a-959 game then tapered off
tor804 in the next but stiu man
i fed to win bv one oinThey con
tinned to laoer off. so the Splits
took command- in the last game.
but enough to overcome ir
mars,' me .score sneei lor wis
march disclosed for the winners.
Moskowitz 502 helped to soothe the
sores inflicted by the smeers...
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' THAT-WAY. u Chicago's A Al
Lopei. a veteran Yankee-chaser,
has spent much of this -season
pointing his. team after them.

NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (UP)
nrtKA Tl Hnnl.l. TV I i .1

St. Louis Cardinals, who still
hope for a "miracle" that might
put them back in the National
League : pennant race, 'defeated
the New York Giants and the
Chicago Cubs today to slice a
half game off the Milwaukee
Braves' first-place lead.
The Braves, however, had
an opportunity to regain their
seven-game margin over the
. Dodgers and their 7 1-2-game
bulge ever the Cardinals when
they meet the Cincinnati Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs fa one of tonight's five
Major League games. ,'
In the American League De Detroit
troit Detroit Is at Cleveland, Boston at
Baltimore, Washington at New
York and Chicago at Kansas
City.'
-, At Brooklyn Gino Cimoli con connected
nected connected for a 'sixth-Inning dou double,
ble, double, good for two runs, and re relief
lief relief hnrler T.ii Rnphnclr nitrl-ioH
no-hit ball for three frames and
oiasiea a rounatnoper, 1 to in insure
sure insure the Dodgers 7-3 win over
the Giants.
Race Track
.P. Hone
'Jockey St.

1st Race, 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $400 Fool Closes 1:00
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE 5

1 Dun
2 Curale
3 Persiflage
4 Mio Cld
5 Edith Piaf
' F. Gatica 110
A. Credidio 105
A. Gonzales 115'
H. Gustines 108
F.' Hidalgo 108
J. Phillips 106
J. Gongora 110
6 Tiny Brook
7 Cervecero
2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 7 Fg.
2ND RACE JDF
1 Celestial Fire J. Phil. 113
2 Escorial J. Jimenez 108
3 tTrirreme v B. Baeza lib
4 Hostlgador 1 R. Vasquez 113
5 Bonifacio : H. Gustines 102
6 Dona Beatrlz F. Gatica 115
3rd Race "Special" Natives
ONE
1 Deslree H. Gustines 105
2 Mr. Coup A. Gonzales 100
3-Redondita B. Baeza HE,
4 Currita A. Vergara 115
5- 3iLtaiy,2ua. jflar
S8 Don Manuel E. Ortega 110
7 Tanganica J. Phillips 110
4th Raee "T Natlvea Tip.-.,

QUINIELA

1 Folletito
2 Fru Fry,
3 Elenlta
i H. Gustines 110
E. Ortega 1Q4
F. Alvarez 108
,4-i.Mr. Tivoll A. Ycaza 118
o oiacK oee n. vasquez us
6 La Gaeza Ladra V. Cas.114
5th jRaeef' 5th "Series'
4 Alhajar Vi, M: Gongora 110
5 Dawn songffl. Gustines 110
6th Race, 6th iSeries Imp. 1 F,

. 1 Tony A Credidio Utf-Musfc-. go owe-Ji l.ti'SM -2r-Batalloh
v'J, Rodriguez, 115 itWill fight it ouiiL-l
3 Santurron 4 l B. Beaza 1 15. Wa rla? nlukv f fei1 i .3 :

1- ri baitf ; 431 RamM.100x
2- i-Empire Cross A Ycaza 110
3 Biscal' u. vH,' Gustines 103 :
4 Oenlzarlte v vB:. Ruiz 103 J
I5-Andes p. jjario 105:

oo oe a j iaauiig ) w, can. iu
.7 Remozada K. Vasquez' 118
S-4Lanerq v J.-Jhnenez, 112
tta Raee,; 5th. Series imp'l Fge.

ftlftni lucE;-oF;'ir:DOUBLE 'it;H tS-

l-biivtth.
2 Fenix
A. Ycaza H3
3 Resuelto
,4 Best
,B. Baezk 115
8th Raee, 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 JSocorrito A. Credidio 103
: 2 Money Maker H. Gustl. 106
3 Lt Matelot R. Vasquez 113
4 Teloreo : B. Baeza 108
5 Reynold J. Gongora 105
6 My Friend F. Gatica, 110
0 tth Raee, U4
LABOR DAY CLASSIC
1 Serabueno O. Sanchez 110
2 Ragazza F. Alvarez 107
, 3 Scintillation R. Vasquez 118
.4 Canoe J. Rodriguez 116
5 Grand Finish A. Ycaza 118
0 Tiequest V. (pantillo 116.
19th Race, Ut and 2nd Series
" ) .., Parse $100
. 1 Gavilan
3 Bacancito
S Melendez
4 (Germanlo
$ (Kadlr

a-verygoQd n. Jl, vasques 113 .Serious tffort ben '.r 'X- 4-1
6 Elko 'p J. Phillips 115 i-Could go "all die wai; tV .a-i,
7 Bunfalr v.J' Rodriguez 115 W Impressive hi debut w 44

A. Ycaza 110 A Hawk m the mile
H. Gustines 104 Could score again -G.
Sanchez 112 -.Form indicates
F. Alvarez 106 Dangerous contenfler
F. Gatica 103 -.Will help sUblerasU'

11th Raee T8 and C Natives 7 F. Purse $45$ Peol Closes :!
. ..- x 1 . -.
1 Miml v t. Darlo 108 Not with this rider I 10-1
2 Yosiklto A. Alfaro 108 Early speed oly 10-t
. 3 Riqui G. Sanches 106 Could be runherup EVEM
4 Marcellta "H. Gustines 110 Seems next best -9-5
5 Jaaina B. Baeza 11$ 'Excluded from beUlof 1XXX

Roebuck, who pitched nlna
scoreless innings against Chica Chicago
go Chicago Wednesday night In a con contest
test contest that went 14 frames, toot
over from Sandy Koufax, witlt
the Giants ahead 5-4 in the 6th.
; The,; righthander retired tha
11 batters he face and his sec
ond major league homerun cam
in the eighth.
The Cardinals got their win'
ning run in the ninth Inning
when pick Littlefield, third
Cub pitcher, walked Don Bias-
ingame on four pitches to fill
the bases and. Joe Cuningham
on seven to force in Eddie
Kasko. The loss went to Turk
- Lown, appearing in his 56th
game. t
' Don Cardwell pitched a four four-hjtter
hjtter four-hjtter and hit his first Big
League homer to pace the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Phillies td 'a 7-1
triumph over the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates in the other 'afternoon
game, Frank Thomas homer Jn
the second was the only run off
Cardwell, who hadn't won ; a

game since May 26. - j
Graded Entries
Comment
Odds
Should beat these ,.
Wide open race
Fair effort in last
Reportedly ready
Big disappointment
N.thing recently j
Ready for paypff
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3- 1
5-1
4- 1,
3-1
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THE DOUBLE
Excellent previous one
Usually close up r
Returns irom layoff
Seems "sure thing"
Nothing to indicate
Good early speed ;
4-1
15-1
3- 1
1-2
4- 1
15-1
F.Pnrse $375 Pool Closes 2:05
TWO
Apparent failure '.
Has shown nothing
Aiming ior payoff
-Racing to best form
Should be close up
: Should beat these
:lirse$i75V
Favorite rider up
Nothing last two
Usually fractious
Returns in good shape
snouia score here
No. 1 contender
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y-Would pajr eff 'Mt4:r
nrse $400
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- Hai tropgest llnish.. itlO-1! i
Must. go'lowerlJ-SmI

uangerous contenqer .: J 3-1
.eerns best bet f 'C. -fS-S
--Could upseejSiMf
Parte 500

row mioses ;is 4

r-Dancerous contender '4
XMutuels favorite-
Parse $409
Usually disappoints
Poor recent races
Mutuels favorite, 1
Form indicates
Would, pay nice odds
Nothing to recommend

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Distance in favor
Imported t Farlongs
Pool Closes 5:45
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PAGE NINE

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER. I, 1957 t
""- THE StnVDAT AMERICAN
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By HARRY GRAYSON
Tirmjr;; "t ism
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Si

fDan,?Ddniql

ft;

Robin- Roberts!; who (or. six, con

secutive seasonr in tus aecaae oi
pitching service with the Phillies

WOO 2(J OrpiDr KBUHJS, uuevis
his peak witb 2Jun;W52, is on, the
-Hinff Mnrlr.? j

That Boy Samey has befen send

ing oui ieeirs, suuut .nvyciia
common knowledge around t n,e
National League. Roy. was re reported
ported reported to favor finding a newlo newlo-catron
catron newlo-catron for the hurler last fall, but
Bob Carpenter .reportedly1 vetoed
the plan. This Sme there; is una unanimity
nimity unanimity .among Carpenter, v Harney
and" Mayo Smith that Robin' needs
a change, of scenes .: i -,i
i That? ot Vourse, does, not fore

cast the transfer oi KODerw irum
the Philadelphia roster. In the
first placeom other; club ..will
iiivn tn want the rieht-hander bad

ly.' And in the second place,, the.

Phllue mumveraie inaj nvo w
high. price tag on their, 31-year-

old faded star.
Roberts has. been fighting
through the roughest, season of his
career, a far' more rugged one
than that of 1956, which, produced
19 victories and 18 defeats, and a

new major league recora as a
home run victim, .with 46. Roberts
has won only?!. and nas losf-18,
with ah MsrnpstK average- of o
better than 4.16.
It,vow appears certain ,.(tnat
Roberts will pass from the big

league scene without having won
the Cy Young Memorial -Award
for pitcher of the year, in the es establishment
tablishment establishment of which he was very
much involved.
In a fanning bee .couple of

years ago Commisioner Ford
Frick became considerably exercis exercised
ed exercised over the fact that Roberts had
not been able to avin : the JMost
Valuable Player Award.
The. baseball writers adopted a
Frirk suceestion of a separate a-

ward for? hurlers but, wheti: 'tlrji

votes were counted ""last Novem1-
berf it wasn't Robejts who had
been rewarded, but Don Newcphibe
: who also had-jgaineij t the most
valuable prize.: f

Choice in To Bt Tougher
The 48 baseball writers, 24 in
each league, who soon will be call called
ed called on tDJiametthe 1957 Cy Young
Award winner' will be confronted
with an extra-arduous job.
The National League offers the
most dramatic candidate of the

field, rookie Jack Sanford 'ofi the

Plumes, who nas won 10 ana tiusi

only 5, is pitcnmff 3.uz earnea run

ball' and nas sirucx :0ui w wen

and walked 74. j

" Oiie-year ago Sanford; jusf- out
of the Armv with a 1954 record of

a-14 with Syracuse, wondered"' if

be could just hang -on with the

Phillies. v -
Milwaukee's big three, Bob UhI

(16-61,; Warren Spahn UMJi" na

Lew;Burdette (14-7), -all deserve
consideration, If Walter Alston had

to do the selecting he .doubtless

would name Burdette. '

The American Leaeue's contend-

p-s iust now are- toDDed bv. Chica

go's Dick Donovan, with 15-2 and
seven straight.- Remember, when

Dick was the soring bloomer of

the Braves; a marvel in April,

back in the; minors m May? Lett-

bandef Billy fierce (17-9), wun J34

strikeouts, is another sieiiar, caa
didate from the White Sox,

Bob Turley, of the Yankees, got
a setback when he had to retire a-

gainst the Tigers, but he: yet may
have to be considered. Detroit's

Jim Bunnine (15-7) is another pos

sibility. Early Wynn, Cleveland,

leads both leagues in strikouts,

with 158. But that substandard sup

port of his has him pitching below

the .auu mtrs, w is.
Spittor Talk Dies

With; very few exceptions, our

most successful pitchers play up

the slider as their chief asset,

Amazine thines 'are being -per

formed with this once dendedigim

mick. which Frankie Frisch still

insits on. calling a njckel curve.

- The -18-yeafold Von : McDaniei,

iust out of high school, astound

ed the Dodgers when they first

faced, him by slowing up the slid

ir. real tricic. -v

r It was acquisition or th suoer

that turned Pierce from a just-so
hurler into the dazzler he i today.
And Don Larsen pitched that per perfect
fect perfect game in the World Series last
October with a .marvellously obe obedient
dient obedient slider) accompanied by a
fine chanee of pace., Not once has

he been able to muster that deadly.

combination this season.

Slider manipulation nas kiUed off,

all that" early season talk about

accusing Burdette of using- the

the spitter. No longer is anybody
prohibited '-'damp delivery." -, -.

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5AN FRANCISCO (EA)--When-

ju dig into the story behind the
ow York Giants! move to-San

rancisco. you don't look up Hor-

ce stonenam. xne Uiants owner
oesn't even know where the Frry

jcuaing. u.

Nor do you seek out Mayor
George Christopher. He's just the
ront man in the movement and

us eye is on the Uwted States
Senate, not baseball.

Instead, you o to the man who

picked up tha ball, where and. when
it counted most. He is Charles Leo Leonard
nard Leonard Get-It-Done) Harney, a bloc-

Ky, lallstaftlan bundle Of Irish
energy put into the building bBM bBM-ness.
ness. bBM-ness. If contractors -and 'engineers

in WewvYork and Brooklyn-' think

like Harney and have his- re resources
sources resources then the Giants and Dod

gers wouldn't be leavibe 14 mil

lion people with only one major

icsuc UKU buuu. 1

Stoneham moved to San Fran

cisco because in Harney he found
an individual who not only owns
land on which to build a park, but
has the organization and eauio-

ment to "build .a stadium seating

m,uw -i-ana wuung to extend
K6' million in credit.

ban rancisco reauired consider

ably more than the $5 million mu

nicipal bond issue the voters okav

ea in i54 to build a park and

land the Giants. Mayor Christo

pher turned to Get-It-one Harney

ana he louna the man who could

wrap the history-making franchise
shift into one kine-sized package.

mey sometimes call it the Cali

fornia give-away baseball program.

but Harney, the hard-shefled busi-

ess tycoon, isn't exactly contri

buting over-generously.
''I'm no philanthropist or benefactor."-
says straight talking

Harney. "This deal is economical economically
ly economically sound."

Harney will have made about

$3 million when the job i& com completed,"
pleted," completed," says Thomas Gray, man-,
agef of the Downtown Association
of San Francisco, who is credited5
with getting support for the bond
issue; "But I'm for him. Nobody:
else could have put it over." Har-:
ney gets first count on the $5 mil million
lion million bond issue and will get his oth

er million through the sale of

uve or six per cent revenue bondj.

Outside of his tremendous hea

vy contracting business, Harney
until,ow!.was best known here as
the nominal chairman of the Uni University
versity University of San Francisco's athle athletic
tic athletic board until 1952. Actually, he
was an angel who nut ud some

thing like $10,000 a year; toward

tootbau and basketball at the

school. He had attended prep prep-school
school prep-school there and 4ook two years
of a pre-legal course.

It was- Harnev who (ihtalnad.

Maurire MCUbner) Smith. Ed Mew

Keover and Joe Kuharich as football-
coaches at' San Francisco.

The School produced nine top-flight

proiesisonai -gridders during this

regime, including such as Ollie
Matson. Then Pete Newell and

now PJbu wooipert were brought
in as basketball coaches by Har Harney
ney Harney and the Donj, with Bill Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, were unbeaten or two
straight campaigns.
Harney was at the Kansas City
Auditorium with the school's bas basketball
ketball basketball team during the NCAA
playoffs late last March when he
suffered a heart attack which took
him off a 13-hour day working

scredule. The attack followed

iii- .is.

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BIG BRAVES Rd SchoetnUensi, left. Lew Burdette, center, and Hank Aaron find in MU

uitomiij rwm a nappy puce uiese nays as ute Braves head for a pennant.

It's

But

The Same Schoendienst,
He's Made Over Braves

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
last of a two-part look at the
now Milwaukee Braves, th Na National
tional National League leaders.)
t Bv JIMMY BRESLIN

NEW YORK (NEA)-It is, to

Red Schoendienst who is a profes
sional. all the same. He was i

Cardinal and the team took it all
once and finished seventh, but he

came in from deep second and
threw them out on slow rollers as

if standings didn tJcount.
With New York Giants, he
figured out the. batters and mov moved
ed moved to their power as he always
did, even though this was a
strange team going no place ex except
cept except to San Francisco.
He is a Milwaukee Brave now
and the team probably is going to
win a oennant and the hoopla riays

it is because -Of -him. f,f

"HE ilirJEKIND of "fellow

they look up" to," Manager Fred
Haney says. "When he moves an

serious abdominal operation .in
February.
Since then he has taken off. 60
pounds, but he remains a stocky,,
ruddy faced man behmd horned horned-rim
rim horned-rim glasses. He now weighs 200.
Next to building. roadsr bridges,
dams, college teams and moving
baseball franchises, Harney's prin principal
cipal principal interests now are a $1 mil million,
lion, million, 1800-cre .--.cattle rapclj neit
Livingston, Calif., which-he Yiifr Yiifr-chased
chased Yiifr-chased -from the estate of the late

Charles- S- Howard. He also put,

up youth centers and boys' clubs..
, Harney owned 68 acres jof land
at .Caadlestick Point in the Bay
View 1 section, much of it undei'
shallow water, and was leveling
off a hill and filling in for indus industrial
trial industrial sites when the baseball ques question
tion question arose three years ago.
Then he went to work. San
Francisco now has the Giants

although it should cost taxpayers
an annual $420,000 over 15 years

and Charley Harney has found

another pleasant way of making

a money,

outfielder' or talks to a pitcher

they usten." r

"You pitch with him behind

you." Warren Spahn says, "it's

good feelmg He has knit our in.

field together."

It is meaningless talk to Schoen

dienst. He's played it for a living

for 14 years now and he c a n't

see why it's different this season
"Oh, sure it's better to be play

ing winning ball than to be down

in' the second division," he says

"but that doesn't mean I've ,been

rejuvenated or anything like that

I can't tell you one thing I have

not ulways done."
Statistics show .the club coni

pleted 159 double plays last year.

Mow, with bchoendienst at second,

breaking his legs in a quick, un
complicated leap to get over s

sliding runner, throwing a sharp,
overhand rulay to first, the club

will wind up with about 35 more.

It was, rare for Milwaukee to

make the 5-4-3 double play last

year. But now Eddie Mathews the
moon-faced huskie at' third grabs

the ball and slmes It toward sec

ond with unconcerned power. The

red-head will be there to handle

it.

THE BRAVES NEVER HAD

leadoff man, either. They have
Schoendienst now, a switch-hitter

with a .312 batting average and a

pair of eyes that pick out the

pitches not to bit. ;

Ar fftosel ClOseto the Braves

point out, the way he does it is
as important as what he does.

"They had all kinds oi troube a

round here," they tell you, "and

Hanev went to work on it in the

right way. But nothing is a substi

tute for having a Schoendienst a

round. He plays it like a pro. You
don't have to treat him like a kid
and tell him what to do. He does

whatever he pleases off the field

but it s always the right thing

and he is doing it on his own. The

others see that. They know this' is

a winning ballplayer, so he be

comes a better influence than all

the lectures in the world."

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than last year. Bob Hazle, the
rookie outfielder up from Wichita,
came from nowhere to produce
big.
Then.Wes Covington delivered
in left and Gene Conley, the big
pitcher, forgot to think and threw
as he always did. He won five in
a row as Milwaukee broke up a
five-team race.
Haney sits on the brench and
points out these things. He goes
over the teanu- pcintingt out that
injuries Bill Bruton, Joe Adcock,
Bob Buhl and Johnny Logan are
out now might have done it if
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But (hen somebody will mention
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the red-head, and smile,
"The way he is playing now,"
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will be an interesting winter."

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BLABOA SUMMER
Taams W L
Albrook Flyers 58 14
Rodman Roller 48 24
Clayton Carbines 48 24
Ancon Anchors 41 31
Los Rios Riven 35 37
Diablo Devils 34 38
Cocoli Falmi 34 38
Cltfundu Comets 34 38
Amador Sailors 29 43
Cbitaal Chiefs 27 45
Farfan Fans 26 46
Balboa Boas 18 54
Five leading averages Coffee
196, Toland 181, Balcer 181, Alme-
d 180 Soyster 179.
Summer is nearly over. So is
th6 Men's Summer League. Both
will finish about the same time,
lour weeks hence. If the league
was a little longer, perhaps the
boys could catch up with the Al Al-brQok
brQok Al-brQok Flyers who are still in a
slump.
Ancon 3 Albrook 1
For "the second week in a row
the Flyers came out on the short short-end
end short-end of the points. They escaped a
complete washout, when they ral rallied
lied rallied in the last game to defeat
the Ancon Anchors by 25 pins af after
ter after the anchors piled up a 60-pin
advantage in the first game and
23 pins in the second sheet.
Unlesi the Flyers get some new
equipment, they could be left hold holding
ing holding the bag, there are 16 more
, points to go and a strong finish
by Clayton or Rodman, the ten ten-point
point ten-point advantage of the Flyers
could fly straight out the window.
Thursday night the Flyers felt
the sting of Mr. 3B's, Bcwling Bud
Balcer, who put together a 603 se series
ries series and he had able assistance
from Dick LaBeau who went home
happy with a 539 set. Another
Dick, Brown by name was the big
man in the Flyers crew with a
534 set. Rich Richardson came
next with a 516 and Mel Leidner
with a 505. The fact that the Fly-
liav Koon nn th ffrnund for
6 out of the last 8 points will make
luture opponents more cocsy ana
disbelieve the Flyers press clip
pings.
Rodman 3 Farfan 1
Second place Rodman Rollers
rolling against the next to last
place Farfans muffed a golden op
portunity to lunner ciose me gap
between them and Albrook. How
ever, the stubborn Fans would not
cooperate and took the mia game
891 to 819. The ,S" twins, Smith
and Seim of the Fans both con contributed
tributed contributed identical 210 games in
this winning effort. The other
three points went overwhelmingly
to the Rollers.
It took the ole gent in the Rollers
quintet, Harry Klurapp. to give
the youngsters a lesson in bowling.
He propelled and guided that
famous five finger pellet for a 572
series, and gave notice to the
majors leaguers that he will hold
-. his own in that elite group. Even
Vho second ranking bowler of the
league took a back seat to Harry,
when Bob Toland bad his 532.
H they paid off for most 5C sets
tbef Fans would have won because
they bad three hombres to do the
trick. Stormy Smith, a short tim timer
er timer had an even 500. John Malek a
US, and Seim one point he hind
with SIS.
Cleytem 4 AmaoW I
9
The Clayton Carbines are nc
tied with Rodman team for sec-1
" ocd place. The battle for this spot
it letting to be quite the cat whis whiskers.
kers. whiskers. The Airforce Navy, namely
the Amador Sailors, not admirals
taiX week, were shot full of boles
by the Carbines. Only in the mid middle
dle middle game did the sailors offer any
resistance, when trer nitehel t
I3J terns only to 1c by Uo f la;.

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Apartments

ATTINTION, 0. I.I Jvat built
modarn Ivrniihad apartmanra, I,
Z badrooma, hot, cold watar.
Phono Panama 2-4941.
FOR RENT: Furniihed or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartmant. 13th itreat
(now number 90th itraat) No.
16. Via Porrat. Phono 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Cool fumiihad
apartmant to coupla without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porraa No. 120, baiide Rooieyelt
Thaatra. Overlooking SAS Com Com-mistary.
mistary. Com-mistary. Phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT. Apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, screened. Via Perras 56,
$60.00. Key apartment 7, call
Tel. 2-2316, 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedroom, living, din dining
ing dining room. Independent service.
San Francisco 16th Street, near
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: At El Cangrejo.
Modern apartment, 2 bedrooms,
hot water installation, garage.
Phone 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Screened military inspect inspected,
ed, inspected, one and two bedroom. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row No. 36.
PROFANE PARROT
HOLLYWOOD (UP)-One bird
apparently pays too much attention
to what his owner says. Advertise
ments in Thursday's classified sec
tion of the Hollywood Citizen-News
included, "Swearing parrot for
sale, $50."
HrT
IButch Lane of Clayton, rounding
into form for the big time winter
bowling, came up with a 587. Car Carter
ter Carter and Almeda were saving
their good series for Clayton next
week's foe. Only one sailor, civil civilian
ian civilian Al Hele bit for the 5 C mark
with a 517.
Los Rios $ Balboa 1
Balboa Boas buried deep in the
cellar rolled well, 2553 total for
the night, but yet was awarded one
point, and, it took a 903 game to
accomplish that. All because the
rivers were really flowing, Cha Cha-gres
gres Cha-gres Dick Soyster was flooding
the banks of the lanes for a 607
series and his partners in the de-.
vastion were Jack Knottek with
538 and Don Rudy 531. For the
Boas, another trio tried to stem the
flowing rivers to no avail, Bob
Boyers 599 stood out, Sully Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan 509 and Ed Lowande 500.
Curundu 4 Diablo 0
The 614 series, Billy the Kid Cof Coffee
fee Coffee rolled for the Diablo Devils,
did not scare the boys out of out outer
er outer space, Curundu Comets, who
proceeded to blast the Devils for all
four points. Not detracting from
the Comets' slaughter, they did
have some assistance from the
two "blinds" in the Devils lineup.
This fellow Jerry Stufges from
CFN radio and TV, showed no
mercy on the Devils pouring a
hot set of 557. Then the good neigh neighbor
bor neighbor from Panama, Manny Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez added fuel to the catasro catasro-phe
phe catasro-phe with his 549, and to make mat matters
ters matters worse Lou Hack, tallied 508,
and even genial Kelly got into the
mood with a 501. Only Bruce Hass Hass-ler
ler Hass-ler left the Devils off easy. For
the Devils, it was Billy the Kid,
period.
Cocoli 2 Coroiafl 2
The two "C" teams bad a friend friendly
ly friendly and hospitable match. Both
allowed each other two points. Co-
roial Chief copped the opener by
only 8 pins, and their 762 was good
enough. They took the next one
by 19 pins with their 826. By this
time it was Cocoli Palms turn
so they swung and swayed to an
874 total and with that they cap captured
tured captured the bonus point.
Dynamic Folger was this week's
Chief with a 515, and he was the
only Corozalier to go over the 5C
mark. Chuck McGarvey with his
bride-to-be-soon in the rooting sec section,
tion, section, showed her a nice 553 series,
and his middle man Raasch in introduced
troduced introduced himself to the league
with a 516.
Of course the Chiefs could have
been more obliging to the coming
bridegroom by losing all four
points to Chuck Mc Garvey's
Palms, Viit no, they doled out on only
ly only two. With each team getting a
dollar for every winning point
Chuck would have had a few more
pennies to spend on his honey honeymoon.
moon. honeymoon. Honor Roll Six Hundred So Society.
ciety. Society. Coffee 614. Soyster 607, Bal Balcer
cer Balcer 603. 200 Club Balcer 225. 104,
LaBean 211. Dick Brown 219. Stor Stormy
my Stormy Smith 210. Seim 210, Cascio
2r)2. Lao 215. SoyMei. 212. 203.
Boyer 212, Coffee 2l, 203, Fer-
nandci zoz, surges 21.
FOR RENT: for 2 months,
from September 5th on,
completely fnralsbed S bed bed-room
room bed-room residence with maids
serrke In Las Cambrea.
Reasonable rental to re responsible
sponsible responsible party. Call Welff
and Company Ltd., Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, TeL 3-6969.

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the Bella Vlstt Xbeete. COLON!
Automobiles
FOR SALE. 1951 tudor S cyl.
Pontiac. Duty free, radio, WW
tires, reasonable price, cash only.
Panama 3-0010 Mr, or Mrs
Smith.
FOR SALE: Buick, 4-door se sedan,
dan, sedan, 1949, Dyhaflow, 37,000
actual mileage. Cln apparance;
new battery; good tires; one
owner. $375.00 cash. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3064. House 0530-A,
Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1955 Morris Minor
2-door sedan., newf tires, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, sell to .' highest
bidder, Tel, Gamboa 6-531.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special
Riviera, 4-door, Pynaflow, ra radio,
dio, radio, 2 tone i paint and custom
interior. This car is a real buy.
356 Apt. 11 Ancon, behind
Ancon Masonic Temple.
FOR SALE: Hudson Wasp,
1952 4-door, Cream 2 tone,
wsw, excellent, 552B Curund'u
83-5196. :.
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy wny. Body Massage,
Excercising. Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
and gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLIA
j Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
, Tel, 3-I21J ; '.
HA5SELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
J TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 2451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fir Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
lfe insurance
call
JIM JUDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar l.tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0952
DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap, Toe,
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all. Information
Call 2-1751.
nw canon
CAMIBASi
Model V
With F 1.2 Leiis
at
Panama N. York Col6n
Youthful Murderer
Caught By Viciim
In Death Struggle
LOMBARD, 111., Aug. 30 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A surly teenager with "an urge to
commit murder" today fatally
stabbed his girl friend's father
with a switchblade knife but was
cauchl in the victim's death grip.
Slightly built Clyde Walker,. 14
was found struggling underneath
the 200-pound body of Arthur
Capitaneili, 37, in the victim's
bedroom.
The vouth told police be
"couldn't sleep" after returning
from a party with Capitanelli's
daughter. Connie, 13, and arose
before daybreak with "a urge to
commit murder.
Walker.' described by Police
Chief John Biehl as showing no
remorse, waa held In the Dupage
County Jail at Wbeaton for ar arraignment
raignment arraignment oa a murder charge
tomorrow.
Walker told police he walked a
mile and a hah to the Capitaneili
home and entered when be found
a light and tbe front door open.
The youth Stole into Capitanelli's
bedroom, police said, but Capits Capits-neJU
neJU Capits-neJU was arevsed, turned oa the
bght and screamed when he
spotted the knife-carrying youth.
"I rH'ejt wt fo ctwiit hit hit-cr
cr hit-cr a.cr I eCe.ed the room."

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SERVICES
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cated located it Mercado El Rev, offera
-efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivary service. Phono
3-3416. :V.
3-minute car "wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
; cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-lath-.
mian Highway near Sears.
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza S de Mayo.
In order to better serve our; many
friend's in Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, we have moved our
shop. FOR BETTER THAN EVER
SERVICE, CALL U. S. TELEVI-
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dio, Hi-Fi, Antennas,, Transmit Transmitters,
ters, Transmitters, Inter-Comm. and all e!ec-
tronic equipment. Write our iteW
telephone number down so you
will not forget it.
Civil Rights Foe
Hollers 'Deal'
On Foreign Aid Bill
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31 (UP
The House completed congression congressional
al congressional action on the trimmed-down
$3,435,810,000 foreing aid money
bill yesterday amid angry charges
of "vote trading" between Demo Democrats
crats Democrats and Republicans. The vote
was 194 to 123.
One coneressman. Kep. ti. k.
ftrnse CR-Iowa) also charged that
President Eisenhower made a aeai
with Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson to win more
aid money during an expensive
White House breakfast.
The bill, which had been passed
by the Senate in the early morning
hours, carried about one' billion
dollars less than the President
originally requested. However, Ei'
senhower was expected to accept
it as the best possible at this time.
Rep. John Bell Willaims CD CD-Miss
Miss CD-Miss ) told the House before the
vote that the aid measure was
tied directly to the civil rights
issue" settled by the Senate late
Thursday nigrt after a marathon
session.
Civil Rights Foe
Williams, an ardent civil rights
foe. said a "trade was made in
which a Republican congressman
joined. six Democrats to dislodge
the civil rights bill from the House
Rules Committee last weeK. the
bill had been pigeonholed in the
committee until then.
Williams did not say what the
other half of the alleged trade in involved.
volved. involved. Presumably be meant that
he thought House Democratic lead
ers had agreed. to:restore part of
tre original House cuts in the aid
bill.
Gross did not elaborate on his
alleged deal between Eisenhower
and Johnson. After the White
House breakfast Johnson said he
would support- a higher foreign aid
program than voted by the House.
He had indicated previously he
might.
Gross said that was 'a very
expensive breakfast' for the tax taxpayers.
payers. taxpayers. Compromise Figure
The House originally voted $3, $3,-191.810.000
191.810.000 $3,-191.810.000 in foreign aid and the
I Senate increased it to $3,692,710.-
000. The final compromise figure
was set Dy a benate-House Confer Conference
ence Conference Committee.
The bill provided $2,768,760,000
in new money, plus $667,050,000 in
funds appropriated last year but
not spent. If the unspent funds
had not been re-appropriated, they
would have revered to the Treas Treasury.
ury. Treasury. Eisenhower originally asked Con Congress
gress Congress for $3,864,410,000 in new
tunas pius sbie.eou.ouo in carry carryover
over carryover money, for a total of $4,479,-
uiu.uuu.
The lion's share of the funds
for tre aid program in the curent
12 months was earmarked for mil military
itary military aid. This county's allies
will receive $1,878,800,000 in ships,
tanks, planes and guns.
It caried $725,000,000 for "de "defense
fense "defense support" activities, chiefly
economic aid tied directly to de defense.
fense. defense. Congress also approved 300 mil
lion dollars for a development loan
fund a new program designed to
turn the past program of eonomic
aid gifts, into loans.
police quoted Walker as saying,
"but when be screamed I couldn't
back out."
Capitaneili apparently was half halfway
way halfway out of bed, police said, be
was slashed across the face and
stabbed in tbe chest,
Joseph Lovsllo. a nephew of the
victim, .heard capitaneili scream
and rushed to the bedroom to find
his UDcle sprawled atop Walker.
He then called police. 1
Capitanelli's son, Mia chef. T,
was asleep in the room with his
father when the killing occurred.
Two daughters, Connie and Gma.
10, were sleeping in ether rooms
and Mrs. Capitaneili, a nurse at
Dunace Memorial Hospital, was
00 duty at the time of tbe slaying.
Biebi said walker came from
a "good family and had no
previous criminal record.
Coitanelli was assistant ad-

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(Miscellaneous
FOR SAllWred-der air condi conditioner:
tioner: conditioner: new, still in crate, A h.p.
Call 3-6374. ,i
FOR SALE: Commercial garage
' typo battery charger, 2Vi kilo kilo-vvart
vvart kilo-vvart electric light plant, 8 m.m.
movie camera- and projector;
. Zenith transocianie radio. Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous .garage tools and fur furniture,
niture, furniture, Come and make an offer
11 I ; have been ordered out.
Phono Pedro Miguel 333, house
2624 B, Cocoli.
FOR SALE; "-American transfer ;
red to Near East will sen II it,
. GE refrigerator Norge gas stove,
GE television console, Zenith radio-phono
console. 1955 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Belvedere station wagon
and furniture. Telephone J J-6563.
6563. J-6563. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS MISCELLANEOUS
. STOCK ITEMS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pu-
blic, will be received1 until 10:30
A. M., September 6, 1957, in
the office of Superintendent: of -Storehouse,'
Balboa, for miseel-
laneous stock Hems, including
pipe fittings, pipe, tubing, tubes;
iron, manhole covers, flags, pen
Hants, receptacles, ball bearings,'
flange cartridges and pillow
. blocks, bags, boots, safery equip equipment,
ment, equipment, signs, shooting, baro barometers,
meters, barometers, thermometers and radio,
telephone and teletype parts. For
further information and copy of i'
Invitation No. $-57-364 contact r
office of Superintendent of
Storehouse,' telephone 2-1086,
Lafe-Slariing
FBI File Measure
Sent To Ike
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (UP)
Congress passed with- a combined
total Of only two dissenting votes
yesterday a bill to safeguard tre
secrecy of Federal Bureau of In
vestigation files in criminal trials.
The measure was a late-starter
in the session. The Senate passed
it early yesterday morning, 74 to 2,
and the House followed through
with unanimous 316 to 0 approval.
President Eisenhower, who bad
asked for a' bill somewhat along
the lines of the compromise ver version,
sion, version, was expected to sign it into
law promptly.
Attorney General Herbert Brown-
ell Jr. said after a White House
conference witr Eisenhower that
it was "a good bill and I am very
well satisfied with the outcome."
Recent Court Ruling
The measure puts restriction on
recent Supreme Court ruling
that defendants rave a right to
examine reports made to the FBI
by informants, who testify against
them.' 1
The ruling gave defense attor
neys a chance to find possible dis discrepancies
crepancies discrepancies in prosecution tes
timony. But the Justie Depart Department
ment Department argued it would permit "fish
ing expeditions" in FBI filesf and
dislose secret sources of informa information,
tion, information, i
After the House and Senate
passed different measures to off
set tne effects of the court ruling,
a conference committee ham hammered
mered hammered out a. comrnomis vsrr.
day. r,
Chairman Emanuel Celler-Vm.
NY) of the House Judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee told the House the compro compromise
mise compromise was "not the most perfect
of solutions but represents never nevertheless
theless nevertheless a ieasonable approach."
- arrronger And Bettor"
Rep. Kenneth B. Keatino- cp.
NY), ranking Republican on the
juaiciary commute, said the
compromise actually was "strnnir.
er and better" than the measure
originally passed by the House.
He said the Senate yielded in
conference on two maim rstin4a
language which implied a defend-
ui uugni inspect mes even before
a trial, and a section which nnenori
records of any oral statements
made by a witness to the govern-.
litem.
The final version orovidea that
no statement or rennrt mri
uie government by a witness shall
be produced unless the witness hat
testified in direct examination.
The conferees inserted language
to insure that the bill poverd nlv
writen statements made and
signed er approved by the witn witn-ness,
ness, witn-ness, or "a stenographic, mechan
ical, electrical or nihu uiUn.'!
of oral statements.
me bill provides that atW
witness testifies, tbe eourt abalL
on request of the defense, order
the government to produce any
statement of the witness front gov government
ernment government files.
I' the entire statement iwHint
to the testimony, the court would
order it delivered to the defend-lr-
Ireelevant matter wduld be
withheld. If tbe government
bIifa. at producing a statement
the judge could strike the testimo testimony
ny testimony of the witness or declare a
mistrial.
BUMP IN THI BUSH
CHICAGO (UP) Flerisn
Pietarski's attempt to catch a bird
wtth his hsnd led to a bump In
tbe hush. Piekarskl was treated for
bead cut when he fell head first
t b-.h jr:te cr,mbing a tree 'J
its recover a sura, parakeet.

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Home! Articles
FOR SALEOeep. freexe 14 e
ft.. sVery -.g oe -condition. ..Tel.
Balboa 2-3019 V 3703.
FOR SALE; Jtue to trip. Double
bed, book asa type.- new, with
night tables. 46th .street No. 27,
Apt. No. 4.. V--V-
-i-
FOR SALE: .' Kenmore Aute.
Washer, 9 lb,;; 60 "eye; $l00.
Electric Range, Frigidaire, auto.
oven, good.. $7$. 5528 Curundu
S3-5196. i' ;
FOR SALt: Zenith table model,
radio record player -60 cycle.
$60 ; Phone Curundu u 312U
House 527-H. I) C ,1
WANTED : 2nd hand trailer
Ur boat, bargain. Write Carlos
Martens. Apdo. No. 10 Panama.
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WRITES LETTER In her
room near Camp Drew, Japan,
Mrs. Haru "Candy" vGlrard,
wife of UJS. Army -Specialist
3-C William Olrard who Is
charged with manslaughter in
the death of a Japanese wom woman,
an, woman, writes a letter to Girard's
mother, who lives in Ottawa,
111. in the letter, the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese girl asked her mother-in-law
to "please believe in the
fairness and Justice of the
Japanese court."

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pinto that hides the operations f the bt-

. ternatlonsi drag kings in Columbia. Pictures
-PICKUP ALLEY," which emerrei on the
screen of the BELLA VISTA THEATRE, a
Wednesday, as a powerful shocker, v .. ..
-'; StarrlBg Victor klatare, Anita Ekberg and
Trevor Howard and using Cinemascope te
eneompaaa Its breathless action over three
continents, "PICK LP ALLET" can be chalk chalked
ed chalked np as one of those rare films that proj-
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: 3 yt list at Las Cum
,- bresf noa to highway. All or any
portion. Call Balboa 2-2304.
FOR SALE Excellent level lot
in d e s I r ah I e. neighborhood,
r 1 000 M2,K Lef evre Avenue, Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre. Autobus passes. No
reasonable offer will be refused.
Telephone Pedro Miguel 33JM
House 26248,, Cocolv ...
f OR ... SALE Leaving Isthmus.
.Throe concrete house, very good
. location In. Colin. Good invest--mentw
Phono 11 S0, Colon,
' FOR SALE: Boxer puppies fawn.
Call Curundu 83-3 1 44 or, may
be seen at quarters 656-8,' Coi
rundu Heights.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
toy Boston Terrier puppies
reasonable. See at quarters 123 A
Albrook or- telephone Albrook
5235.
FOR SALE: Quality golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES register registered
ed registered A.K.C, 3 months. Phone 2 2-1344
1344 2-1344 office 2-1704 residence.
Aptdo. 915.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
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AMERICAN LEGION OFFICIALS CALL ON GOTERNQR -i De Department
partment Department Commander of Tho American Legion, ick Olsort
(right; and alternate national executive committeeman George
Black, in a iecenfmeethig-wlth Canal Zone Qovi WUliaai JB.
Potter, outlined some of the: LegloBVgoais'ioJi th forUusom-,

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whole shocking story f the dope traffie with
Its tormented victims, hounded "pushers,
tnerrUess drag sanog(leTs and neTer-endtng
war between the world-wide drag syndics, to'
and Interpol the International poUee,
' Do not fall to seo this extnerdiBarfae
tloa pictare m Wednesday at the MXIA
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Stenographer expe
rienced '' competent. Shorthand
English Spanish; Good '-speller.
Columbia Pictures,, Euscbi Mo-
Boats & Motors
,FOR SAtE:14 boat with frali frali-,
, frali-, er, excellent condition. Must sell.
$65.00. Call Albrook 86-7161.
FOR SALE: 16 ft: cabin crull cruller,
er, cruller, 25 h.p. Johnson motor,, Elee Elee-.
. Elee-. trie standing Less than 2 years
old.' Kobbe 6194.
FOR SALE: New T6 ft. boat 0
h.p. Mercury motor, f Sell boat
alone. Phone, NaVy. 3575.
FOR SALE,- Beautiful i 16 ,ft.
boat deluxe runabout, just paint painted,
ed, painted, with 40 h.p. Mercury motor,
in good" running condition to be
seen and apreciated,, phone 3 3-3
3 3-3 1 63 to Mr. CausaoW from 4 fo
8 p.m. Monday to Friday. Sa Saturday
turday Saturday and Sunday all day. :
Lesson
Practical Conversational. Spanish
Mrs." Romero. 4th of July Ave.
Bid. TI-352 Apt. 10.
ATTENTION COCOLI: Ann Lat Lat-tin's
tin's 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
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FRIED STEAK in the western tradition and cowboy potatoes
come out of Dutch ovens lor a delicious outdoor weal.-

By GAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Food and Markutg Editor

Koar 5?afford. Arizona, the Sam

uel Cl:irid?e family, cattle grazing
ranchers, pave a steak fry for 30
friends. They chose a spot where
a mountain creek leaves its sheer

rock canyon .walls to wiaen una a

flat, tree-snadea area V

The vegetables were washed,
the deviled eggs prepared at home,
hut most ot the meal was cooked

it thfi nicnie site.

Thd menvt, Dntch oven steaks

with chill sauce, cowboy potatoes,
ranch salad, deviled eggs with
ripe olives, French rolls, with but but-tor
tor but-tor iH strawberry jam. bakers

Individual mes with cheese, iced

tea and lemonade.
4 Dutch Ovtn Stotks '' r
",ty (YieW: 1$ torving)
Three- cuds fiorteninz. IS (i-3

pound) -cube steaks, 1 cup flour,

2 teaspoons salt; yi teaspoon pep-
SfcUT cups shortening; in a
Dutch' oven' and? heat over open
fire, or' medium, high1, heat; until
sizzling. The melted shortening
should be about ;V4-inCh deep in
Dutch- oven, Combine flour,. salt
and pepper. Coat each stea'k with
flour, mixture.. Place as "many

steaks in hot f as will lie on hotj

torn of pan, uoyer ana cook uniu

steaks are browned on under side,
or about 1V4 to 2 minutes. Turn to
brown on other side. It takes 3 to 4
minutes for a medium steak; to
6 to 8 minutes for a well-done
steak with a crispy crust. As ad additional
ditional additional steaks are cooked, more
short enir.g will be needed to main maintain
tain maintain 'i-incn depth.
Cowboy Potatoes
(Yield: 15 servings)'
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Five pounds potatoes, 2 cups
shortening, cups chopped onion,
2 tablesoons salt, teaspoon pep pepper,
per, pepper, 3-4 to 1 cup water.
Peel potatoes and s'ice thinly.
Melt shortening In a Dutch oven
over toal until hot Add potatoes,
onion, salt and pepper to heated
shortening. Ad4 water, and cover.
(More water makes a softer,
juicier potato; less water makes a

crisper potato. ) Cook about 10 to

15 minutes, stirring .irequenuy.
Note: Potatoesrmay be taken to
picnic peeled, sliced and covered
with-water.'
Tomorrow's steak fry" dinner:
Dutch own-steaks with chili sauce,
cowboy potatoes, corn-on-cob ranch
salad (lettuce, tomatoes and onion
rings )u French rolls with butter or
marsarme and strawberry t a m,

indtviduai apple pies," cheese: lem-

nade, iced tea, coffee, milk.

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1 1 Hats move to the back of the head this fall and take on a soft,
' draped look. Profile turban (upper left) by Sally Victor is
v j printed -wool jersey in an abstract pattern of grays and beiges
5. oa a white ground. This same designer does a, profile toque
'(upper center) in amber velvet caught at one side with a
V' larre topaz-colored jewel. This hat is completely, erushable,
ean be packed flat in a suitcase. Turban ot gleaming ruby-red
satin (upper right) has crown elaborately, embroidered -with

fake ruby Jewels. It Is by Beatrice Martin. Spanish Isabella
cap (lower left) by Emme has high draped crown of sapphire;
matte jersey and draped bandeau of matching blue velvet..'
Completely flattering is .the bat of white ermine (lower
center) by Miss May. This has beret crown mounted en'
turban drape of white satlm Ruby red wool jersey is draped
into turban (lower right), by Hattie Carnegie.: It is smooth
and high above the brow, dipping low at the sides.

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X NEA Women's Editor .'
'NEW; 'v6rK'1(NEA) s- There's
sweater type for everybody in
the female population, starting
with we2-ots and working right
through' the Thelma. Titter cardi cardigan
gan cardigan and tne glamor girl stuff,
There's the country look, the
Tery1 fancy evening ; look, ; the
campus look and the sophisticat sophisticated
ed sophisticated city look, ? ti y -
This- fall, you cab pretty well
pick, tha length, type,' color,
weighUand weave that you favor
to say -nothing cf the "stuff "from
whicn -the- sweater's knitted. t
.The HWf-aler turns into a -'cos

tume too for autumn. It's worn

as an overblouse. It's a neat lit

tle jacket. When it gets fancy, it's

touched with velvet,, embroidery,

lace, satin or ciulfon
We shew here two-sweaters ut utterly
terly utterly unt'ke each-other, yet both
sound fashion.' For campus wear,
ther s the bulky riable-knit wool

cardigan in white. nipped at .the

waistline: It can be worn day
or evening.'-- V i :" ": .. -. -', a
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brass buttons (right) is in a hea

vy nUed-titched wool. It has
the lor.Eer lenjrth, longer sleeve

and notched lapel collar.- Both de-1

signs are Jby Kosanna. t

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' Mother's persistence will pay ini. Mere people are "killed from
fefioj mill fry to hang up their I falls in their homes thin in traffic
einuirc Miniature haneers I a d I a.idents Climbinc stairs with a

ranks or bars they can reach; wriggling baby may throw moth-

make it ens for the smau ones
to do this. Picking upUhenr. own

NEW YORK NEA) Hats move

to the back' this laii,

the head, that is. -
They are soft hats, draped and
manipulated for a. very feminine
look. Most!of them are bnmless
but when brims appear they are
small and close to the head.
It nuke3 fashion sense, 'then,
that- the turban, '.the toif and
beref are Back" lir'nvor.liThese

t ities are not only soft, they are.

; done .in tightweignt laoncs ; inai

The back of curve easily to the head.,

' Mora of the hair-and 'partic
ularly the hairline is revealed bv
the new hats. Even the soft
clochq, for suit wear, shows less
brim at front and more at the
back, frequently in r pleats .of
gathers. i
Little caps are twisted to one

side of the head and worked in
satin, velvet or velour.. Fabrics
are all-important to hats this fall
andNoven feather trim, prominent
in every top designer's collection,
is1 draped and handled as if it
were .fabric. M ; ..
Hat colors are rich and jewel jewel-fonedi
fonedi jewel-fonedi : red, brilliant purples and
blues, emerald green, bronze, and
pink.. ;4
i Fur fs used either by itself ot

as trim for hats of elegance and

great flattery, Mihk, colored
broadtail; crmihe, leopard, sable,
mole and even fox are used lor

turbans, cays,; berets and cloches.

For evening, hats become min.

iaturei They perch to one side or

level on the bead in smau pin

box or beret form. These get trim

of .feather -or jewels or are cut
from fabric so glowing that they

need no trim 1

clothes, toy s and books soon be becomes
comes becomes a JiabitvaltbougB, they'll
fight the duty whee- irritable.
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Vase- thai f-'nie ; t
seems a misfit in your home? It
is ptvbabiy out 'of proporion to
your docor. A room with ';iie-tex-tured
fabrics. ad furniture with
dtut I'es takes delicate slass
ad iainty pottery accessories.

er olf balance. Try- tucking Baby
undd your arm like -a football.

This leaves

a bannister,

a band free to clutch

Keeping mhite crib 'sheets

white is simpler during sunny
mon'hs. Dip sheets into 'rich soap
or detergent suds. Without rins rins-injr,
injr, rins-injr, banl them in the sun to dry.
Follow this with a laundering.
tYhee hleaching such items, give
them at least three hot rinses to
flush way all bleach. ;

Clia5eA Hilled
; .- By ALICIA HART

MOST" women know (whether

they do it or not) that walking is
an excellent all-around exercise.
iBut what many of them don't know

is that the way in which they walk

is nearly as important as tne want wanting
ing wanting itself. "'
If you walk stiffly or slowly,
moviug the leg from the kneelm kneelm-ly,
ly, kneelm-ly, you're not doing yourself much
good. You should always move the
whole leg from hip on down as
you walk. '' .:!.-- vf;
Mae your walk as cSrefree as

possible. Keep your head up rath

er than' examining the -sidewalk.
It's -better for the neck muscles
and it will make your walk far
more interesting than if you dig
your chin into your collar,
. Try to se; yourself an average
of a mile a day and make the
walk a brisk one. Don't fall into
the temptation of taking the car
or a bus fur every errand. Reg Regular
ular Regular walking can make you both
prettier and healthier.-
"She isn't pretty but she always
looks so fresh and neat."

You've heard it said and in ad

miring tones; too.

' There's something, in this quali-

tv af hcalthv. shining cleanliness

that anoeaU to all of. us. Hair

shiniu iikf satin. Skin glowing

Shoes polished and gloves imma-j

culate ciotues reauy ciean ana

fpKoriea held to a minimum

Looking Lke t h i sr a ..girl

needn't 'be a beauty Catch ad ad-miriug
miriug ad-miriug glances.. If she. haS,. in ad addition,
dition, addition, smile that sparkles; a
eenuine interest in what other

people, have, to say and a quick
compassion,", she's ; far better, off
than if she possesssed great heSu-
YIt's within the reads' of all ef

lis -to look this way. The catch
is: taking the timet and the, trou trouble.
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The sheath is a lovely dress,'

very becoming to girls with flat
stomachs, i -
If you're adding several sheaths
to your wardrobe for fall, it's time
t maXe sure that that stomach
is really fiat.;
.Here's aa exercise that will aid
iii tummt the. tricfc. Lie-' down
on the i floor' "flat on yotti1 back
with arms at your side. Lift legs
together in air,' then bring them
back to tlx abdomen with knees
bent. Strsifbten the legs out,
keeping them straight up in the
air. Lowes them slowly to the
floor. ' r-
The effectiveness of this 'exer 'exercise
cise 'exercise depends orf youf doing it
slowly rather than rapidlyTry to
do it 25 times each day. . i

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wa naiwarc mi serving pieces. rsuernea cnina ana eeramie eotTee urn and tumblers add
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1 By KAY SHERWOOD i
. NEf Staff Writer ?

THE new homemaker who s
painina experience .as cook, and

bostes should take a tin from ex.-

perts and plan her tame settings
as carefully as her. menus for her
first dinner parties. t
Simple, easily prepared foods,

presented with a flourish against
n ahrartive background: will con

tribute more to her poise andselt? andselt?-trihute
trihute andselt?-trihute more to her poise and seif seif-confidence
confidence seif-confidence than the complicated
recipes which tie her to the kitch kitchen
en kitchen until dinner is served. ; -. ;
Attractive table settings, how

ever,' don't just happen. They
must he assembled with thought.
That's one reason why it's
smart, before baying a particular
pattern in dinnerware ot flat
ware, 'to visualize it with., other
thinSs you have or hope to have-

Carole Stupell, a noted design-j

er of table decor, suggests that
you think of your table seting as
a picrure.-, The tablecloth serves
as background and your accesso accessories
ries accessories and serving pieces represent
.a still-life picture in color.
Talking "of color, the designer
encourages the young homemaker
to use it with' 'imagination- and
boldness But she adds this ad ad-vieet
vieet ad-vieet i"Make sure your colors are
in the same key. Don't let them
fight with each other. ;
"The same applie to your ehi
na and glassware. Keep your tex textures
tures textures consistent and let harmony
be your vatchword." "
If you favor contemporary de design,
sign, design, you have a -variety vt excit exciting
ing exciting colors and shapes from which

to selct basic table pieces al well

as ac cessories.

BRINGING TO modern tables a
great deal of style, at moderate
prices is. stainless steel, both im

ported and American-maae. ine
combination of stainless steel and
wood appears in many of the new
serving pii.-ces as well as in flat flatware
ware flatware and suggests ad ready com combination
bination combination with contemporary pat patterned
terned patterned or bolder colored china.
Stainless steel aervag dishes are
versatile in use. It's well to re remember
member remember that their shining surfac surfaces
es surfaces will reflect the tablecloth be beneath.
neath. beneath. Often they show up to bet-

white one.

Bright enamel linings in mod modem
em modem bowls introduce color to the
table in a new way. These, too,
are versatile enough to be used

Lfor fruit or flowers,, salds, or bot

cooxea joous.
' Many can go from oven to ta table.,
ble., table., I'd advise, however, that be before
fore before you put (hem in the oven you
find out definitely whether, they'll
stand the beat. In those I've
checked, some will and some
wont. And it's nearly impossible

to tell by just looking at tnem

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Homemade scoreboard vanity puts Junior's good-grooming aids
within easy reach and gives him space to chalk up his progress.

-By KAY SHERWOOD
In the heat of summer vacation
play, the amount of old-fashioned
dirt that' can plaster 1 an active
child in a short space Cf time is
nothing less than astonishing. Few

mothers object to this inevitable

accompaniment to healthy outdoor
play, but it does focus attention
on the olean-up operation. Instill Instilling
ing Instilling good grooming habits and a
real appreciation of soap-and-wa-ten-clean
'hands before meals is a
slow process.

jbome children, such as 1 my

own, follow the path of least re resistance.
sistance. resistance. The nearest towel is the

one they use. -If they can't put a

nana on, a., comp or brush at once
it seldom, occurs to them to hunt

one up.; -. t

Discussing the situation with a

clever young' homemaker with
similar problems, I discovered her
solutior, a "scoreboard vanity"
which she made herself.- She a a-dapted
dapted a-dapted hers from an idea suggest suggested
ed suggested by home service consultants of

a paper towel company.
It's easy enough to duplicate.
And it does put grooiriing aids
within reach of the most absent absent-minded
minded absent-minded child.
Her "scoreboard" for her six-

year-old son banes bv the bath-

room wash, basin above an-extra-

large convenient, wasteoasket. The

"fse is-nnry a large Tectangie

vi naniDoara or plywood about the
size pf a desk blotter.
Drill holes in the four rnriter.

so that the board can be screwed
to the wall. A rubber cushion on
I? i the uPPOrting screws
holds the board sliehtlv .u,

irom tne wall, permitting juve-

uiic iv.ivi arucies to De attached
with such, household hardware as

screw on clips, cuphooks, nut'
and bolts.-
The real fun comes when you
paint -the board with chalkboard
paints in deep green or black,
This gives a younger the
chance to keep his own chalked,- r(
on score of hands washed, hair 7
brushed and so on.
Group H the toiletries together -on
one half of the board. ,,-A
small mirror' glued in the center
of this half is surrounded by, tbe
following: a small plastic turtv-
Easte, supported hy a large hoiaV
ler with toothbrush and tooth v
paste; supported by a large hold hold-er
er hold-er .clip. of the type usually used
for broom handles) a comb on a
tiny holder-clip- nail brush -swinging
from a cupPhOok; and, a hing-
ed-door tpe plastic soap dish, at at-tacRed
tacRed at-tacRed with short iuts and bolts
to 'the -board.
. Two four-inch angle irons are-
bolted to the bottom center of -the
vanity. These support a s.hfif7
for disposable paper .tissues!.. X.
sturdy plastic holder for paper -towels
is hung with nuts and?''
bolts from the two angle Irons, ...
The handiness of ahsorhpVif vunrZ

strength paper towels encouraigw- t
the small fry to use them for rou- i
tine wash-ups', savfng both lauri' k
Tv and the grown-ups' clean low 1
els. A hig waste-basSet directly :-. V
underneath makes the neat dispoSw.,, &
al of used towels and tissues ,a A
-cinch. -,- , '-r-f f f
With several children In afam'S-, V,
ly. variations on th vaniti, in.

elude smaller individual ones,:,iir' 1

a single jumbo-stted board to hold
individual brushes and foaraX;
soap and towels. y .?
DonJt forget the scoreboard, how;'
ever, where records 0f a chievJZ,"
ments can be checked off. Peiw
haps you can include an award",
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The messy look haunts many
women. It comes from' too much
jewelry, fussy accessories, bad
handlinj oi color, hats full of
feathers nd bows snd veiling.
To look chic and neat, keep things
simple. ';" 1
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Sweaters have a new ihloused
look this Yall that calls for a slim,
straight skirt. Colors are vivid
sod rich. '
This falL you'll see necklaces
that are really a series of chains
fromed into a bib and marked by
fake pearls, colored heads or coia
drops. Ideat for the Chanel look
in suit or dress. - t
Womea who wear the wrapped!
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back panel skirt should be very

careful about the slip beaaeata

A taupe wool Skirt and a pink

slip will attract unfavorable attea

tion. Best bet is to color match

slip and skirt.

Rsd ii an Important high fash

ion color lor autumn, cut aanoie
it wiJi care.' A little goes a great

distance. And it's never a flatter

ing color for mature women.

Paris shows the collarleis jack jacket
et jacket in rose red kid wtth matching
beret for sightseeing or country
weekends:
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This girl gives herself a weekly pedicure with the same ear
j that she ases for a snaaienre. Here, she uses ccUou riIIs t,
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ITS fun to wear polish on your

toenails, particularly in the warm

weather that's left to us this

tear. Your feet look the prettier
ia sheer stockings or open san

dals for the gleam of rosy polish.
But this doesn't mean that you

can get by with merely applying

polish

self a thorough pedicure once a
week. Just as you give yourself a
manicure. -Begin
by removing the old pol

ish. Then, file your toenails
stright across with aa emery
board. Doal fQe them down at

the sides or yeu'U sprout m-

growa toenails. Soak your feet in

warm, soapy water, dry

.iuuu7 ana separate, tne iocs ;
with small rolls of cotton. vH r
Now, brush on, at bin, eoat" of j.
base coat and pick our polish-
shade. It should be in the same -.
color family if aot the same color
aa your nail polish. You mieht-J

now and then. Give your-l hke to try one ox the iridescent

poiisnes ia a pastel snaae. stir tee
polish thoroughly so that tbexin
descence is evenly distributed and
apply it just as you would ar$'..
other polish. .
Whea the polish is completpfr't'
dry, flow on a film of tlear hqu ...
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oN0 gun wa ever found," Nan
Sm tavine in A low. sorrowing

J iftice, troubled at this thing which

'? not -understand, nor could put to-
0tw in snv acceDtahle pattern.

! And Ben had been stabbed with
J knife. They found it the police
i ljd under his body, and it it
j was one from the clinic. It seems
; they are marked in some way"
I She glanced questioningly at Gar Gar-;
; Gar-; de. who nodded.
Every piece of clinic equipment
an mnrkpH. the initials molded

J pr stamped on bandies of plastic
. nd steel or bone. From the X-ray

unit to the v tiniest proDe, every
thin was marked.

"Tnere were no fingerprints on

it. But, when the police came,
there was blood on Kurt's hands

and on his handkerchiei
. "Rut hp had examined Ben

'Yes, but oh, the most terrible
tiling, Garde, was the way no one
was believed. Me or Kurt or Val Valley
ley Valley and not only in the court

room. Almost immediately peuyie
gossip, you know tried to make
something big out of the fact that
kurt and Valley had arranged to

meet on the pier that nignt.
"Was the er the rendezvous

made much of at the trial?"
"No," Nan said readily. "Oh,
Valley said that she was going 'to

meet Kurt, but tney naraiy ques questioned
tioned questioned her, or him, about it. I'd
have thought they, would because
it seemed to me that it would have

lessened Kurt s reason lor anotn anotn-,r
,r anotn-,r fight with Ben."
"We haven't got very far with
4ur talk," he admitted. "There
till are too many things we sus suspect,
pect, suspect, that we surmise and guess
about, without rtally knowing.
Maybe Kurt knows and has been
protecting someone."
"With hi3 life?" Nan cried. "Oh
Garde, who...?"
"Whom would a man love en enough?"
ough?" enough?" ; "Not me!" she cried. "We can't
even, think I'm that one. I was
the only one of the people involved
who had ah iron-clad alibi for the
night Ben was killed. I'd spent
that whole evening on the couch in
Uie study letting Father read a a-loud
loud a-loud to me, a racy, little book called
ftlorals and Medicine. 'It was
written by .an Episcopal clergy

man, and there were things in -it
-Father thought I'd need to know,
a?s a doctor's wife..."

than Garde, blond and much more
handsome. But he had Garde's
same qiuet way, his smiling consi consideration.
deration. consideration. Nan decided that she liked this
quiet young man with the sweet

smile, and his handsome wue, too.
She knew at once that Carl Shel Shel-ton
ton Shel-ton had married Dorothy for her

red hair.

"I'd fcetter make a couple of

calls," Garde decided. They would
have taken the Rinshaw child to

the hospital Cornel was on duty.
She'd been knocked down while

riding her bicycle a hit and run

driver her neacLnurt or so uetn

told it. "I won't be long, ne can

ed over his shoulder..

NAN had left when Garde re

turned, lie changed clothes and
mixed drinks for Carl and Doro Dorothy.
thy. Dorothy. J'Was that kid hurt baQ?" Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy asked him.
"I imagine so. I'll go over to the
hospital later. She's only four and
had no business on a bike out in
the street."
The table was set for dinner,
food was fragrant in the oven.
Garda took Dorothy's arm atid
led Her through the dining room
and into the double parlors.
"Are you going to stay here,
Garde? I mean, do you like it

here?" she saked.

"Well, those are two different

questions, you know. As for the

first answer, I came here to fill

in the place of a man- who d run

into some very bad luck, and I've

come to like it much."
l....(To (Be Continued) .....

XXVIII

rer Squadron No. 2. They're on their Vvay to th

' CROSSING OVER THE MASSIVE GATES of Panama Canal'i Miraflores Locks are v.isiting: Explorer;from Miami! Xif Explorei
Miraflores control tower. to learn how the lock controls operate, '; ','". l--t '(

20 Miami Boy Sim. Sifeiiid,F.ive!Da On.;l$t

GUESTS OF FT. CLAYTON OUTFIT

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THEY were in a comfortable

glow of shared hilarity when they

culled the tarp over the cockpit.

afv m. laav awn v ouwiuvu

lines, gathered up their sweaters
Tid started shoulder to shoulder

along the pier, exchanging glances
of pleasure for a good afternoon,
gayly greeting their friends, then
turning their sneakered feet away
from the club, toward home. As
they began the climb, they could
tee Garde's mother, hil brother
'and his brother's wife seated in
'chairs upon the lawn. It made a
pretty scene, and Garde waved his
Hand. The distant figures waved
lack.
M"I want Carl to meet you," Gar Garde
de Garde told Nan.
' Any answer she might have
-made was interrupted by his moth

ers voice earning to them. At this
-distance they couldn't understand

-her, but as they drew closer it be became
came became evident that Mrs. Shelton

was screaming out messages to

igarde, word of phone calls...
v "Thought you'd never get hack,"
She smiled. "Phone rang its head
'6ff little Rinshaw girl hit and
an Dr. Cornel..."
"Goodness, Garde," murmured
Kan in alarm.
' "Take it easy, he advised.
!Motner's playing to her audience.
Just keep in mind that I wasn't
n call today, and I'm never the
,nly doctor in Bayard."
Nan smiled at him and still was
"smiling as they drew close enough
for normal conversation between
him and his mother. She admired
the way he was very nice to Mrs.
Shelton, but at the same time stay stay-ad
ad stay-ad firmly himself.
Carl was coming toward them,
and Nan watched the brothers
greet each other. There was an
evident fondness, a liking, between

them. She studied Carl: be looked this matter

DOROTHY brushed her hair

back. "You weren't out there

when I yelled at your mother. 1

told her off on a number of counts

All afternoon, Garde, she'd been

pickin' af Carl and me. Our friends

and your new friends our clour

es and your clothes. And then

when you came up the hill with

that nice girl and she is nice,

could tell,

"Yes. Nan's a fine nerson." Now

he leaned back against the count

er edge to listen- to what Dorothy

had to say. He liked this beautiful

girl whom his brother had married

she sometimes could be a little

vulgar, to give his mother's opi

nion of Dorothy fair consideration

but she was always beautiful,

whether laughing, talking, in re

pose, angry or happy and she

also was as big-hearted as any
woman could be, generous. She

loved Carl. So Garde liked her.
"I told her to let you boys a

lonei personally, i a inwic you

couidn-t do better than that Nan,

Dut it you like the other sister bet better
ter better why, that's your business.

And I guess you do like her

better from the way your mother
criticizes her. And you. Why, she

even takes wrong the way you ve

been watering the trees that, girl

planted for spite?, your mother

says. Why, she even claims this

vaney uunea someuimg aia it,
you know when she planted those

trees. Carl told her she watched

too many TV shows."

barde straightened., stiffened:

his head went up alertly.

uorotny noticed this. "What s

wrong?"

He shook his head, then turned

to pick up bis tray. "Nothing. Let's
take these out. Mother will want
to come in and put dinner on' the
table. And look, Sis. dort't wor

ry about her. As I said, Carl and

I understand her just about as

well as you do."

His muscles fairly ached to get

a spade and dig around that ail

ing tree. He wanted to dig and
find nothing or even -to find
whatever it was that Valley had

Duned.
And at the same time, he dread

ed doing just that for what he

might find. -He
had no reason at all to con

nect his mother's story with the

murder of Ben Laurent, but he did

connect the two .things. If Valley
had .buried something connected

with the murder her burying it
implied that its discovery would
hurt or hperhaps convict someone,

ana tnerein lay the matter of his

dread.

Throughout the evening, he kept

in ms mind: it lav

FfiP ADVENTURE -PACKED VISIT

With five adventure-Dacked d&ys in the Canal Zone and Panama ahead' of them;v

20 Miami Boy Scouts, with two advisor's; 'arrived by Panagra plane et,TocumenrAir-J

port last Sunday. ; .' ,f, '''
The Scouts, all sons of Pan American Airways employes, are', members of the'-

PAA Air Squadron and came here on spec! al invitation, from Lt. ;:Gen.vRobert M- Mpn-;
tague, commander rin chief, Caribbean Command. : (
. ' ''

i lavcmig is nuii new tiuug
with this troop," i r
Last year they trekked down
to Havana, Cuba as guests of

the cuoaji Boy scouts.

This year' they flew to- Pine

Castle afb, a jstrategip Air Com
mand base near Orlando, Fla

and to a guided missile base

near Coco, Fla. ;

Each year they try to to. to a

new ana interesting piace,-
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,au "xne -piane me scouts were

met by PAA representative

.Charles E. Maher and transport transported
ed transported to Fort Clayton where .they
were the', guests of Headquarters
Battery, "65th AAA Qroupr.' for
their ,stay. v A Special service
representative met? and brief ed

uiem mere. r f '.j

Traveling wlth,the scouts art
advisors Ed Berounskv and' Bob

Koisbun. 'i v

' A tourt of the Pacific side was

on me calendar- lor. Monoay.

' Escorted by Mrs. t Margaret
E. Ralney, Fort Clayton Service
Club director,, the boys observ observed
ed observed the workings of Miraflores
Locks, twent through Summit
, Gardens and had a 'box lunch
there, toured Panama and

environ and Old Panama.

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Sp2 FELIPE QUINTERO explains how the antt-alrcraft radar
Vorks, as part of the'defense of the Canal Zone, to Air Ex.
plorers frqm Miami who visited gun positions on the Paclfis
side of the zona at Flamenco Island. Host to the boys for
this visit was Battery 764th AAA Battalion, watching the
radar scope-are, left to right, Kenneth Schebera, -Qulntero,
James Masai and Richard McClung. (U.S. Army Photo),

like his mother, was a shorter man there like a film, a scum, as he

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SKIP BEROTJNSKT (right) gets a plcturt of his fellow
plorers from Miami Air Explorer Squadron No. 2, as the close closely
ly closely examine a 120 mm anti-aircraft gun -of Battery D, ; 764th
AAA Battalion at Flamenco Island. Left tc right are Michael
Singleton, 'Edwin Lehto. Ted Benounsky, Fort Frydenborg and
Roy Abrams. The visit to the battery site, was one of .seve .several
ral .several tours about the Isthmus during the explorers' five day
visit to Panama. (U.S. Army Photo)

Tuesday -: they spent the day

at Barro Colorado, the Island
and game preserve in Gatun

Lake which stocked Itself years
ago when the rising waters of

the- man-made lake forced the
creatures v to seek refuse on

high, dry land,

'.a1 .
Ther the boys Observed ma

ny of the birds, animals and rep-.

tnes native xo tne country

The Atlantic side gained the

Scouts' attention Wednesday asH

they, toured Lthe J.ungie warfare

Training Center at Fort Sher

man,- the old Spanish, Fort San

Lorenzo,. B Battery of the 764th

I AAA Battalion, colon and Crls-
I tnKal . ).... :..!' '1 Si

Flamenco Island was the tar J

get of Thursday's adventures, as
the ( boys visited D Battery of
the ,764th examining, the -big
guns and watching radar In op

eration.

talked to his guests at dinner, then
suggested a drive around town be

fore dark.

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HE took Carl and Dorothy to

fh hnnitl and showed them a

round. They waited while he check
the Rinshao child and an

other patient, then went with him
n c hi. office. Carl expressed a

mechanical mind's delight in all
the gadgets. Dorothy smoother her
hand over the wood paneling and
mat fXDerimentally upon the

chairs.

They went home then, and after
another hour of talk they all went

to bed. Garde to his room wnere

h could and did thins un

hampered, where all pie thoughts
tiat he'd held netted during the
vninff could be released to

swarm through his mind.
His methodical mind went back
over the things which Nan had

told him during the afternoon, ar

ranging the story, tne tacts, men
he moved on to what bis mother
had said and earn again to pro protest
test protest that this claim should be
made upo him to be the one, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, to set Kurt LiHard free.
.AFTER Carl and orothy left

he had a busy week, extending
into a busy IS days, but be real
aed. acutely, that he had seea
aoining of Nan ia that time, ex except
cept except for a hand wave. It began te
seem mat she might be avoiding
him. '
Which was understandable If she
elt she had Uiked to hint too free freely
ly freely on that boat trip down the riv river
er river and now regretted many of the

things she had told him. She could

area decide taat k aad question-,

ed her because he wanted to help
Valley and that he wanted .to

help Valley because he was get

ting hid got very iona of Nan's

sister. -..-.
Of course, he hadn't seen Val Valley
ley Valley either.

But, anyway, it was both a re

lief and a pleasure, on Thursday,
to answer his phon and hear
Nan' j voice, cool, but friendly, in

nis ear. ( .
"Well, hello!", he, said with en en-thusiasm.
thusiasm. en-thusiasm. "I'm -glad you called.

"Are you Garde? I exoect

you're busy..."

He looked down at the cards of

patients still to se seen. ''I can

stand a break. ; ''"..,.

"I'll make it short," Nat prom

ised. Her manner of almost bov-

isn Drusqueness came through
the phone; he could see color
creep into her cheeks and one

band tugging at a lock of her hair.

"The gang it cooking up a party

at tne ciuo for tomorrow aight.
It's a spur of the moment thing.

We're trying to get enough who

thins; they 11 come to make h a

success not only financially, bin

you snow now dead a dance ?s

with three people on the i oor. So
-.Oh, I haven't told you. Bill Mar

quart found out that we could get
his bigname band for that one

evening between a big debutan'e
party he's playing for In St. Louis
and an engagement ia Kansas
City.--. ::
He took deep breath. "Listen
to me. Nan. I want to go to that
dance tomorrow, and I especially
want to take you. If I'd beard of
it lint, I'd have called, you."
" jm (TP It CONTINUED 1
- NIXT JfSEKj

SEVERAL AIR: EXPLORERS .from ;MiamI kneel before the famous Golden Altar irvtbe Church
of the Golden Altar in Panama-as fellow members of Air Explorer Squadron No 2 are seated

in pews.

men -Airport 'Thursday.- after

noon tc return to, MlamU

"All 'arrangements 'for t h e

Scouts were made by "Pan Amer

lean Airways: Special services,

U.s. Army cariDDean,' ana ran-

(U.S. Army Photo)

ration. . -iJU.a. Army uanooean,'
The Bcouts left Jrom. Tocu- ama Canal rcompany

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noted Iff Panama's history, as they Visit the Isthmus.- Left
to right are: Robert Cansler, Kort Freydenborg Ted Beroua-

sky, Terry Burnhsm, Frank Burns, William Del Marcl, Glenn
Robinson. Richard McClung, Le Cunningham, Fred Palml-

tier Zdwla Lehto and James Cany? bel (C.8. Arm Phots).

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RECOGNIZE THE CHAIR?
pRNABOrT tt ptoy, 'ti laid. Here's a t point, .Ms
r "1 on$ been the custom in pnrluityentary procedure Jor s,'the chair?
to recognize persona. In thia test, persona-are challenged to the re-
versa practice of recognizing "thi chair." ." ;
Ten chairs readily' identifiable 'oy ftame, ara provided for thia pur purpose
pose purpose above and belouK -Name are contingent upon a peculiar char
'agleristu) or use. For instance, number on a abmApily a tocking
cliairi number tu6 a dentist's ciafrv fie 1 you can -take it fronr
there by naming the remaining'' fight chairs ehourt. ,
- ' s k jihs ija ti jim iqja ft
'ittip mim i' neuoqJiH 'i ,jm s(ln.ia i uupa j :jvi.?iauM. :
. iVqo i.piaiUlBjn t 4la i,JHUia -. I Jf uinljf I t 'tiWMMV ., i

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10.

Figure 0 X?f to a Square

."PO BOLVB this wits tester, pro

seed as in a crossword put put-W)
W) put-W) using" numbere : Instead o)

letters- for answeraT' Insert a
single digit in each square. The
trick i to Vet atfrwets that Witt ;
functUni "across" Qlid down.
- ACROSS,
' ;jt. Th Romans could add on

to tv and gtt thla number,
Welt la leas than five.
", 2. Search for two number in:
An inept person should not weigh
that.
4. U. R. Stuck 'sustained what -loss
when "he1 sold a $50 radio to -a
customer and then yavt him
chans;a for a $197 check that
bounced? 1 :

1 5. Value of currency a beggar d
likely select from a simolsoft, jit
ney, sawbuck, two bits.
t. Horse sense; If ,there were
six flies on your desk and you
killed .one, how many would re remain
main remain f
7.' Quarters in a football .game.
r& Letter of the alphabet that
is always followed by "u"?
9. Joke t 411 trains leave for
Las Vegas on I tracks and

Hold That Line!

fippf

-Taken by 5torrn?
"TTJEJ shower, was over when
1 1, unfortunately late by
half an hour, met Hester. She
had no umbrella, raincoat or
rubbers with her.;. Yet she was
not wet, although she had
stood around in the shower for
more than an hour,- How could
this be? :
joii pjq MA )T

DAtANCINO

M glass mied
with water on the
.thin 1 edge of an
: ordinary slaying
, card is, apparent
ly( t feat that re:;
quires, steady
; nerves, kowever,
' this tricK IS eas easily
ily easily :t per for me d,
once the amateur
magician gets the
"knack. v
?, The playi'ng
card b held in
the hand in the
manner 1 pictured
at upper right-r
the -thumb must
be at one side of

? the card and the
fingers at the
" other. With the
oar d correctly
held, thv per per-S
S per-S fprmer picks: up 1
.7. a glass which he -has
lust filled

with water and easily, sets it upon the edge of the
flaying card. He immediately removes hisj hand
, holding the glass,' which remains perfectly balanced.
.. pf course, the balancing it a trick, the secret of
which Is; i
The magician sets the glass off center on the edge
of the card so that It would fall backwards were
It not prevented from, doing so by his forefinger
which is extended to support the glass. The face
. of the card conceals this action, but as seen by "the
audienoe, the glass appears o be balanced on the
edge of the card. (See inset above.)
It's a Give and Take Mix-up
"TWO glasses are of. the" same sice and shape. One
: l contains water and the other contains wine.
Vour host takes a spoon and transfers a spoonful of
water from the water glass to the wine glass. Then
he takes a spoonful of the mixture from the wine
glass and puts it Into the water glass. Question:
Does he transfer more water to the wine glass or
more wine to the water glass?
llnouit (nb-j9jujy H nmtaf

Caught in the Balance?

ONE FISHERMAN TO ANOTHER

1L How many bone in a dom

ino set that runs up to double 'Bunky

'bine? .. :';
12, A dogwatch aboard ship
lasts how many hour?
DOWN 5
1. News item: "The Ooakes'
and their foul children moved to
Chicago." What slipped?
2. Take any S-digit number.
Reverse ths digit, Subtract the
two numbers. The middle digit In
answer is and ths sum of the
digits is also divisible by
S. Fj-om these letters what
English word ca be made?
eel-ghsntvy.
r 4. Moses broke bow many of
the Ten Commandments?
- 5.1a bed has only foot-for
Its legsl : -.- 1
' 6. Add one year to the sweet sweetest
est sweetest age in a girl's life.
!, 8. Ths twelfth hour.
9. A eeriest 9,, 27, 49, ?, 101$,.'
139." "' -' '
' 10. Penalty for "holding"
footbaiu ; r :
12. How many of each kind,- in :
Noah's ark? ;
; t-ex st-or "sn 'ih
'it-s Tt-4 or- 'g-g 66-S noq
'tm-m 'SL.T Aefi iiw suataaelBBV .-

"t OOK what i
L. hauflfht." savs

Bear

Droudly. bat to

whom Is he speak speaking?
ing? speaking? Here's a
hints It's another
fisherman.
To restore, the
missing figure,
draw, connecting
line! front dot to
dot, beginning at
dot 1, then draw drawing
ing drawing to 2, 4, 4.. etc.,
Finish drawing at
dor 24.
, Afterwards(Jyoi ;
may wish to color
Bunky 1 and his
friend, and .the
scenery a n,d
brook as well.

Ten Bitter
Lumps?

'IMl-t S6- VI etoaay v

wrHBNythe;
,,W- coffee '. cups
and sugar are
passed at tthe ;
buffet supper, ask'

tof us three dupe

motion

see. : TheJs are the rules

L Lines are not to be crossed.

(2. Lines are not to be retraced.

IS. Corners may touch.

II.-XOQ Bkay begin anywhers.

A" solution Is shown elsewhere.

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pAN you duplicate the figure Got. Taktllg WaVS? ; fitted tavtnemrt

aoovs witn one conunuous i-rdm irttn ..,m 3nh rw up m the taweT ; . .. '. 1

of your-; pencU? .: Let's r i, t,.. .- i- i PKtt a boWl.oi lums sMgar beside. them.: Now1 chaMSV HOLD THAT

its place $50. From the resulting anybody to'diatributs- 18 lumps of sugar tt;v';;'rXJNE!
sum he took awav ona-fourth and the tups so that there is an fcdd number of lump, SOLuxiox

THUlRffJ a
, Jiappy scene

- portrayed in the
Jigsaw at right
Juniors can have
some fun assem assembling
bling assembling it. 1
Cut around' the
. straight;, outside
line of puzzle.
Put paste all
over the back and
put ptizsle; on
wrapping, con
struotlon, or note notebook
book notebook paper. Press
under a book.
When thoroughly
dry, carefully cut
out the eight
pieces of the pus pus-sle
sle pus-sle and see If you
can put them : to together
gether together to form a
picture.
After you have

succeeded, scramble the pieces

and let someone else try. It's In Interesting
teresting Interesting to keep track of your
' time, too, to -see who can do it
fastest-'
MANY MONTHS
NBACH of "the following state-
ments or phrases the name (or
names) of $, .month has been
omitted. Can you fill them in?
1. It's an adagei show showers
ers showers bring flowers.
2 A movie star noted for dra dramatic,
matic, dramatic, roles Is -Fredric
3. A popular woman novelist
was 1 Sinclair.
i 4.. There's a apple, a

bug. an personage mined what either a oat or a kitten weighs.
and an brown ale. How quickly can you figure out the respective

5. A -popular tune of yeeter- weights? (Sac h
year was "It's vln of the cats weighs
6. A marriage m which there exactly the same,
'la, a wide discrepancy In ages of course; like-
wpuld be a wedding, wise, the kit-
7. Ths present government of tens.) Time limit:
Soviet Russia took power after five minutes,
the Revolution. monad uAtaojnoi

8. One of Alice's companions nid nu f.ii8

at the tea party behind the Look Looking
ing Looking Glass was the Mad
Hare.
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CO N SIDER
yourself the
cat's meow If you
. solve this one. If
wu'll examine the
Illustrations at
left and below,
it is evident that
four cats and
three kittens
weigh 37 pounds,
while three cats
and four kittens
weigh 33 pounds.

From these two pertinent facts It can be deters

Fun Blocks

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put $70 in Its place. -Then he had
; $130. What was his original
sum t 1 .. ...
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discovered some
other answer or a
variation of this.

,VersVof', key
wrd laths' dia diagrams
grams diagrams vat i right
art provided "for
use" as dues, in
finding:. ih, Jest
Here's h6w:'r
i- Copy- the ,let-

X trs now mowing

'"1n'v,the blank
paces directly
i': below them, row
. for row, respec-
tlvely. That is to

say, place an H In the two blanks beneath it (at
V tap, left, diagram) ; an 8. in the three blanks, etc
e Do this with sll of them. .(V

" ,f Now, using these letters in the lower blanks and 7ROM E(Jen w Valhalla is 60
guessing at missing letters, try to form short words m,le" tly. A train txavel-
i In which the, same letters will apply. lng at uniform speed between the
! When the correct letters of the key words are two" stations lost time on the Jour Jour-found,
found, Jour-found, ihorter words found therein will be in evi- ney and arrived at Eden five min min-dence
dence min-dence throughout the diagram. ,;: utes late. Had It been traveling
' i' In sorns esses, more than one answer ii possiblif 80 m P-n-. 14 wo"1 v been 17
v Perhaps you can find one here. y ; ; nlnutta late. What, In fact, was
'timjSma aAtlMdMl ia nnain Its Speed?

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Speed Train Test

Cmprgraph

Poser for Juniors,

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a cimumwino

nossworm didic uxuncse

'jMoq Stuw 4Xg tnav

r BRTXQ forth a surprise pic
. ture from these fumbled lines,
use colored pencils of crayons to
CO In ail of the spaces according
to these color Indicators: J B,
Bias; Etc, Black; Br, Brown; G,
Green; O, Orange; R, Red; T,
Tellow; V, Violet; P. Pink.
Too can have additional fun
ith this diagram by cutting' It
? into six or eight pieces and
taming it for a jigsaw puzzle.

Tbrons of Agony?
IN THE course dt an Intercol Intercollegiate
legiate Intercollegiate track meet,' the ham hammer,
mer, hammer, discus, 66-pound weight,
javelin and 16-pound shotput are
all thrown.
Tou are asked to mention In
relative order which can be ex expected
pected expected to travel the greatest dis distance.
tance. distance.
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- HORIZONTAL
I Grape refuse.
. &hst the'- serpent cast from
hU mouth (Rev. 1115) : J;
10 One of ths golden decorations
'. on the robe of ths epbod (Ex.
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14 Oil: comb, form,. ..

15 Sharp mountain spur. '

18 Medley..' ;
. 17 Father of EUasapb (Num."

. 11 ScmtialTM i

. '' 19 Legal Iwrong.- J
' 20 Son of Joktan (Gen. 10:27) t
22-Apoetle chosen, by lot to re-
plsca Judas (Acta IMi
24 Baking chambers..
- 2ft Be in debt -i
i 27 Animate by spiritual Influence,
f 30 Divide proportionally.
34 Tear violently. -,
1 3 Make confident
37-i-God of love, f :
38 Oqce more. .-.
40 Beverage. -. ," :
41 Embellish. ..'..i
42 Cull-like bird. '-
43 One of the things of truth for
-; sanctiflcatioa of the, soul 2
: Theas. 2:13)
; 4S Summer Fr.) - '-
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8 .."?''-8 Ironies. ;
50 Tske oourtthment 4
51 Goddess of harvest v
52 Evening time. f-j. ..
5 CharacterUUca. ?.
60 Prejudice. ii
1 The Israelites Went from here
1 to Elim (Num. 33:9
83 Set of nested boxes.
64-j-Otherwisa. r-
SJ Rub out
6u-,pnu of maplea -4
7Sutepe fiax.
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88---Nsme by which Jesus spoks
to Petet, rebuking him (Mat
1:S3.
69--Wha are We commanded to
do to evil? (Amos 9:15)
v VERTICAL ;
1 ModeL. -v. :
2 Russian mountain range,
't Emit vapor.
4 Small portion of anything.
5 Cleansers.
' ft -Bow.
7 Sport groups. '.
:. Small stove.
9 Jesus was asked if He would
, do whatl again to the kingdom
of Israel? (Acts 1:6)
' 10-Fuased. . 1.
- 11 One of Jesus' words at the
ninth hour on the cross (Mark
15:341 : s . V
12 ItaUan coin. .' : -,.
13 Whit did ths 1earers "of the
, . cross cast for ths garments of
- Jesus? (Mat 27:35)
21 Pertaining to birds. f
23 Wives of Lamech (Gen. 4:19V
25 RoosteoV-
27 Wrathful
28 Another name by which Sim-
eon was called (Acts 13:1)
29 Show mercy, i
30 Laud. 1 -II
One of the places where Joab
snd his hosts pitched their
' tents on their passage -to
Jerusalem (2 Sam. 24:6)
32 German sweet cake,
33 Serfs.
There t a Catcb to This
A HAS what B has. B has what
C has. A and B together
have the aama as B and C apart
What has each ?
aUf rlu SaSlcata, la.

16 A son of Ban! (Ezra 10:34)
. 89 Exasperates. -41
Subsequent to.
43 Word meaning early (Job 8:9)
44 Made of baked clay.
47 Make lace edging.
49 What is the 23rd book of ths
Old Testament!
81 Horn; comb. form.

52 Father of Peleg (Gen. 10:29)
53 Loathsome.
54 Where the wi semen ssw the
guiding sur (Mat 2:2)
55 A son of Zerah (1 Chr. 2:6)
57 Peruvian emperor. ,-
58 Allowance for wast.
PainfuL (
62 Son of Abia (Mat 1.-7)

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. '2 'p-e? fti Indian dancers practice for the inter-tribal ceremonial to be held in GHup,'M.vV:.i.'; i

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he built out of an old bus chassis in Plainfield, N. H.-He claims he can set up and
start cutting lumber at any site within fifteen, minutes ot.Ws' arrival there,

CLOTHES FOR CLASS

tACK TO SCHOOL that's the time when mothers rejoice and djfldrea'den'L t
tr-,-; One of the brighter spots in this difficult sammer-tc-fall' adjustment is the

"ic jviu wi gci new ituou! miiu pany tioioes. aojne 01 me lavoriiejaii
and winter styles are shown here. From the Helen Lee collection comes a turtle
green dress of silky cotton broadcloth. Lace outlines the bibbed bodice; The young
lady, with the hat is wearing a "cone" shaped coat in-herringbone tweed. It's a
"grow coat" because there is nothing to grw out of. The girl showing eff her
petticoat has on an olive green and red plaid, cotton with yoke and sleeves. The
flower girl is demonstrating a "party" tiered petticoat made of pink sheer nylon.

' -SETTING Mlt SHAKESPEARE-tjie Temple of Bacchus

provides' "setting -fori an: acting group specializing in ? v
: works :'of, Shakespeare. : The nuns are located in vil-

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moves across Indian lake toward Russell Point; O., landing. The hew ship has(
two decks and a stern paddle-wheel.' Best of fill, the vessel is also a WO(gallony'ri ;;ti';r, ', '1

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OrV'MT,; OMAH-One of Hollywood'! brightest stari, ;
. .Debra Paget, goes through' the studio picture routine
in 'order advertise .her Jatest film; Omar Khayyam, .f
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.Award to the cbmlng of lisle Woolery and his Shetland ponies. Woolery -brings hii'-Vv "'J""l
I ponies o school yards where youngsters get a kick out of riding in 'nyringswfii.

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1 1 i MUStC GOES ARC'JNO Al th annual firemen's pic-

f-j'Kf In AriUppun. T.'ssthe band plays iU final number , SHAKE THEIR WEALTH Not often does one see such unselfishness as this. Moritz, ;
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A BIT OF IRISH and the Weari-fi' of the Green" is shown by Madge tocke's Young Ladies
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AND THERE THEY GO! It's the "Walts 'Carousel, represeatinr the United States, oytho
Star In A Circle Square and Round. Dance CI ib. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cun
Blntham, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sieler, Mr. and M'rs. Ed KJnnett and Mr. and Mrs. John Malahan.

OT JJUfi FOlks' gestured frisctfl Van DerS0ii;; ut r
Dutch danc?"De ZUveren VlooV- Her costume r was Hown 15

by KLM especially for the Danco.FestrfaL;

f lative Dances Tapped
As Rhyihms From All

Photos bp BRUCI BUXTON
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Dance Festivak was held at the
Balboa Armed Services -YMCA-

USO last Friday, Aug. 23. ine e e-eala
eala e-eala event

I than had been originally anticipat

ed. Eleven dmerent countries were

represented in me aances mai
. nerfnrmpfJ fnr the cultural

I enjoyment of the 517 people who

attended.
Judge Guthrie L. Crowe, Master
nt rremonies. announced the o-

pening of the program at 7:30

p.m. witn tne presemauou in wsi wsi-ern
ern wsi-ern costume of "Grand Sauare''
by the Star in M Circle Square
and Round Dance Club, represent

ing the United States. The group
then, followed this with a beauti beauti-fniiu
fniiu beauti-fniiu veittPi1 'Wall CAroiikel."

The dancers representing the ynit ynit-oA
oA ynit-oA fitatM wnrm Rnss and. : Janet

Cunningham, Bob and Lillran Sie

ler, Ed and uo Kinneu,' ana
John and Mildred Malahn.
iVuMiula wa x next renresented

by an excellent dance team in the

persons of Mr, and Mrs. aitreoo
de Monteverde, who perfoemd the
inrnnn whiph is the main Vene

zuelan folkloric dance. The cos

tume .is very simple.-1 he woman
wfiarsvery gay colors and pigtail'
with ribbons and flowers. The man
wears a white suit with a closed

collar,, and ., a brown hat- JJom
wear the typical- shoes tyoven

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MR. AND MRS. ALFREDO DE "MONTJTaWK nU i fancf
turn in their Venexueian Joropo, "Soul of the Flams.

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CHILE WAS REPRESENTED by, the". Sflva Family, a profes professional
sional professional musical croup who performed the Cueca, the national
Chilean dance. -. The "group, was provided by, ALA, National

In Clogs; Alpargatas

ftupr fa The Tiine

THESE YOUNG HAWAIIAN WAIIINES are in reality students of the Pan American Institute
In Panama. Their graceful dance was performed to the music of real Hawaiian met who
are with the armed forces at Fort Kobbe. Le.t to right the girls are: Misses Vielka Esper,
Esther Perez, Shirley Llopis, Ana del Vecchio and Mayra Sucre., 'J .,

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with cotton strings, these are call called
ed called Valpar gatas.'? This dance it ve very
ry very '2y and lively, the steps are
fast and the whole idea is that of
a happy couple in love. 1
There are many joropos compos-

cu li mi, uRivr -----
in and out of Venezuela is ?' Alma
Llanera" Soul of ,the Plain s")
wricn really shows a true Vene-
auelan'joropo,,:' ':.f' '-.
One of the favorites of the eve evening.
ning. evening. wasthe- presentation from
Hawaii, by the Young- Ladies of
the Pan American Institute, and
tre Hawaiian. Group of Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, and guided by Mrs. Leilehua
Omphroy their teacher. .. The Ha Ha-waian'
waian' Ha-waian' dance or Hula; .is a ryth-

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Afrlin Rpfnr enminff tn Pans

ma, they spent two months at the

ramanace. Hoiei in Caracas, sp

earing on teievision. Here wej

Panama, 'and will soon leave tor
tha MntAl Hiltnn in Meriivt Pitv

Their colorful costumes, represent

ing me unites a cow, weir spars-
hnf innaip anil thft hripht livplv

Cueca, 'their national dance added
.irk tH urnnrJra-ftil rkarfnrmanr.

the Colombian dance performed large, differently toned spurs that
here by Mrs. Ana Bonilla. Jthe men wore on their, boots, and,

mic, descriptive pantomine depict depicting
ing depicting all phases oi everyday lii'e.
ih: H.nvoi chnwai) ,th transition

of dances in Hawaii from ancient

to modern. At the end oi "&ong
nf nlrl Wawii'.' Mis Mavra Stiere

nresentea Mrs. roiier. "wue m

lirunnK W X. Pnftpr Wlthpl A

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tlower lei. The- most lively num number:
ber: number: by the group was the "Htki-

lau," which depicted great rejoic

ing at a banquet neia aner- a
AAmmnn

VV1U1I1UU VJ sMIUT( grj mmmr .t-
young and old alike help to puU

in tne neis nursung wun nsn. wa-ny-
in the audience were almost
entranced by the-swaying motions
of the dancers and had to be re-

hands, which tell the story of the

dance." r : - '-t--,r

Th Hanrpr.' wnr. Miasps Mavra

Sucre. Shirley Llopis, Esther Pe

rez, Vieuca erez, ana Ana ae vec
crio. The men, Sets.! Piena, Kala

ni Phonrlor ni1 Schivlr in na

tives oi Hawaii, stationed ins- the
Canal Zone. ;" v

Next apepared Mrs. Ana BonI-
11a1 rfii, jtlikmkiA tr0CCArl In

'light colored haf and blouse, with

a muiu-coiorea SKirt ana specially
. . .. n .111-.

Dowea snoes. ivirs. ooniua vet-

formed "El Pasillo" a dance pf

Pnlnmhla : ', -

h MuHoo I 1rp'a., Vnnnor 4-,ar1i0K

from Cristobal, Juaage nerseu, in

ner lnimitaDie siyie, proviaea plen plenty,
ty, plenty, of zest in narrating the danc-
oc Virct 9 f'SfntHKh" E'lirKU",' uril

performed, in which the group of

sixtt gills uimcu wnu siiLiiiu"ii siiLiiiu"ii-Rd
Rd siiLiiiu"ii-Rd nrerision .' Ma via Archibald and

Leita Tigert perfomed an Irish

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coupie oance, iuq unaiiy : uie
whole group came back v for a
closine number. The uniaue eos-

tcmes and live y aancing added

mucn to tnis coionui presentation.
A rfinpi nf.Cnain uidk th nrt.

tily executed by Mayla ArchiDald.
k Generally agreed the' outstand outstanding
ing outstanding performance of the evening

was oy 'tne group irom cnn.

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AN AiwriFNT PFBBLE DANCE Of Hawaii fs performed 'by Misses Ana de" Vecchio",. Vie Es Es-wrf
wrf Es-wrf MaCyra lulZ Sd Esther Peres?. The danee honor. 4he goddess Pele who tints. t tf

, 1UNJ-mml wy-T t-

was oy ine group irom tnna.- lused like Dens during ineir num-
c : i KnnA..AJa i u I I . A n rt f iT.T

juvi lisiiiu Hpccu iiiiuuu iuciners. illo Kruup ayvcaicu v n
courtesy of Chilean government television with Mr. Cyril Smith, of
and : ALA," the Chilean National ALA, their host in Panama.

Alvarp' rip. ..Mokcoso of E

euador presented the "San Juani-j

to" a dance of the Otavalo Indians

nf Wuarinr. to the -music to UUS

Azulei." Her costume was authen authentic
tic authentic mnA mnct iiniisnnl. It wax

handmade from Ecuadorian cloth,
and consisted of a hand embroid embroid-ed
ed embroid-ed blouse, brightly colored belt,
dark wool skirt, and a white scarf
on her head. Many strands of co colored
lored colored beads and gold colored coins
covered ber neck and hands.

Unfortunately ber. dance partner,

Li.' Samuel Reyes of the Albrook

Latin America scnooj was wi
able to attends but Mrs. Moscqso
performed admirably alone. She is
the cultural representative of the
Ecuadorian embassy in Panama.

Auab tho vin w flnwn -a

Dutch costume by KLM, Royal
Dutch Air lines, 'especially- for
Oi-icill. Van nr Di in tn reDre-

sent Holland in the Dance Festi

val. Miss Van Der Dijs periorm-:

ei a clever dance to the .music

"De Zilveren' Vloot." piayea on

the piano by her mother. The
song was sung by -Mr. Van Der

Tita atnSl HPI I JVPII7J1 IHU LCUB

about the ? daring adventare of

--;. ; j
Piet Hein a famous Dutch T Ad Ad-miraU
miraU Ad-miraU This Holland presentation
was brought to the Festival'
thrnnph the heln of Mrs. Lorenzo

of KLM.

Tha finalp nf th p. Festival was

Aifati hv Dr Thpndnrp .A rill

and Miss Maria Elena Anzola' re

presenting- r-ntmi, wun me
"Tamborito." Miss Anzola. wore
the Pollers, national costume of
Panama whirh is verv elaborate

and all hand-made. The jewelry
rnncict of 8 chains. 3 Dairs of

combs, 2 beauty spots, 4 buttons,

1 pair or snoe oucsies, earrings,
bracelets, and broach all made of

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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An'aneel'at t"is !oor can maka them .sneeze,
b'SS U&t teeaWna from a miller's wing,,,
so nice Is the disorder ol their bth

so nice n. ine v-" y'iv "Vv.:n

so wind-swept is iim near o 'j'5
nn7plle mint keep in bounds, and orioles
"r effi combine, to clartoteees; c. 4
te world! pslt and pluni and naked rose
Is batten j;' by irJiusb's dupLciacs; f
. ; v- .nnr 'hilk t'.ip rain is brief; vv

behind It, like a horse, the black 'rear

and gallops to. xaeir nusno. j ':-i,lct n.
who, when t!wy weep, must weep with dusty tear.

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SMALL COLORED BOY IN THE SUBW AY
" K? T Babette'Deirtsefc '- :
A sllRht-tooned' animal, youn. What Juntfe ftult -Drools
th h grace a. you in the subway corner
In your Saturday suit? Your eyes, wide
With would-be wakelulness, are dark as Pumt
That have the aubergine's Iwg Jtgjr skin.
Smooth as an Qen toe'i!rt2f25-J
Of coffee In the beaYou are "eT,
Bo fine that you feed the e as tMngs
Sweet-lleshed; pamper Palate. Jean
Dghtly against your mother in the rrender
Of weariness tm keeping dignity.
The gave accusation of Innocence.

Herewith Had solution to Sunday Crovor4 Pu.

km JO pwusa loaay-

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drlejMir'HA r ap e t; 45.miuer ,vv
AW&MTj XOV;,tPlNlETJllE
" 3lT5rMjI11B e Rifling rTja

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4IOCHR E iF E N C EME VV, ,OR I.ON l'y i.'
," 9 U TO E C AD E "IS PA REjR"jr ID .-,
' jCAHT t I NE JSCORES?
ait opT n: (arena- jtoa5teo

t .hiv'v turned thmes are una t

TRUCK DUmr u mp itucks arc vouhuuh hi -. .. i
ta M.ch.w CMy; Ind. where this "truck dumper" has toe installed. For a of
huge trailer trucks are driven enfci the steel platform, which then T81Scd like Hhe soan ol
; drawtoidgf.-spilling the carSocs-of graifl into s conmor in a pit 1
novation V part ol the new CarSill Incorporated grain 'elevator from which gram is sshipped
to Chic!-. ' V "i ' n

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The Washington Merry-Go-Rbund
rr DREW fearsoii

WASHINGTON More aod more

sentiment has developedvat uus
session of Congress for the idea
of taking a regular recesg In-the

scimne? a4 WW""1"
, that vouneer

members of Congress with fam
...mmm- siu) returning in the 111.

Ling lor their chudren. ..

They can t nave weir timm timm-away
away timm-away from Washiagtoa in the sum-

tkA haro fhpir rhildren Coing to

school in Washington in the fall
. l." iuit in utnfll.

his famay, ad lua children must

be in the same scnooi wnug" lc
school year.- As a result, v many
rMnmfi' btw tslkinj2 a

bout ouittmg r-r including some of

the best young members oi we

House, v ' .,
iwiw. fjriw i lhat while

Congress has bee sweating it out

in Washington, ms i u; v
set has been away.-1 .'

Mflfor nnbert Humphrey of

:n.w. ntlA n th be'n

the Cabinet for vacationing, while

Cangress laborefl in wasningwa.

( i.A.fA rmuiMvii u uie iu

of h Cabinet members.

They are not here. They are

Joying lite, saw ine oenaiui vuv

taeones from a very oeauuim

cto' state.

',lt)IAN3 SQUAWKED AS UNWANTED S9UAT-

7

r hv Wore a ?, mutual

) hill and thi Cabinet ffi

cer (DuUes ) in charge 1 h a t

resDonSibility is ot acre. we nave
fam looicUlim A B t iaatl

u.n.nhi 3. "unil : thi' Cabinet

mmhrrJ Benson) viP charge- of

tKat resoonsimioy is up w

"xur liaMi ivil' ricrht 10islation

andjhe Cabinet officer, who made

such a i great demand lor a
Rpnwnpin J awav seein Queen

Eliiabeth. We have legislation to

iTla ritH noiwr' and the' Cabinet

officer YSeatoa) who hal this gov

ernment in history," saw ue aen-
tr-nM, Mimnownta .JMn- MfflMi

aw " - -

rison Eisenhower almost tenas to

(business.'- f ."ii-'W

"I predict," sari Humphrey,
nhat aftea we -get out ; of town,

the Cabinet Will come trsopwg
h.nV -nihsir nice, and cool here

and .will proceed to put across a

lot of things that they wouian i

Hare on if coneress was ; acre

"When the westner gets gooa,
tk.nl! MHia harfe t tltvra with

And there want" ". be

anyone to watch ttiem ..ettept

Drew Pearson." , v

Note Humphrey s speech na

fw f st". hrineinir several Ca

binet-members back to town.

It s a far cry irom -mannx iu-

aitions and Ivory boap-n- loats
to the schools of the nation, but
u M.irinnv' the new Secre

tary of Defense, probably knows
... ... -i .j..mTmm Ih.n notinn.

more uui euuwuuu
al defense.

It happens that McEiroy has

spent a good many years m an
unselfish crusade tor ecucation.
first as a member of the National!
Citizew'i Commission for the Pub-j

lie SchooU, a privately OBaaceai

group headed V Roy iarseon k
nna Mafiriafc which has trying

fat i KlinMilat local interest in

schools. '

ijiipr FjMwhower aoDomtea mc

Elroy to be chairman of the White
HniMff Conference on Educatvm

laikvk 4wld a hit national confer-

eoce m Washington m December,

For the entire -vear-and-a r half

that this White House conferences

was feeing' planned, McEiroy tra

velled: between Cincinnati ,andi
Washington; devoting about a third

of his time to education, also con
. 1 1 1 1. a :

vwucea ts own nnmxy iu .uus:

conference. 1
Ther am shmrf id mcrhcTs'

on the mnaratnnr rani m itlee. re-

preseotuig Varied viewpoints and
oatitiral attitudes. .'

L McEiroy proved a good leader,

,(mh out was imal recommeada recommeada-tions
tions recommeada-tions for Federal aid.

This led to the -drawing up of

the Eisenhower school constrcc-

tioa nil which has just died such
a stealthy death,

the case of the humane slaughter- s

ine bill be learea muv ?v.

minate against Orthodox raoon
,, ciaiifhter their own meat ac

cording to Jewish custom, j
The original bill exempted kosh kosher
er kosher slaughtering from the hula

Quiremeot tnai aninii w .-'
dered unconscious Before kh"a
tt .. f vii farfl that this

exemptioa might imply that kosh

er suugntemg i

Because of uus, oie Rgncmiui
Committee chaaged the biU'a t word wording
ing wording to state jposiUveiy that kosher
.i...kkiruit im haugc. However.

seme Orthodox rablna. still oppose

the bilL

Meaawhile, Swiff ana company
has adopted the Remington "Captive-Bolt"
Stunning.Pistol,. for use
in all of its cattle slaughtering
plants.
Swift v still claims that humane
slaughter is impratical for hogs.

- . .. :u tlij.littii nam.

itwrmci, n uw tum -rinntnd
the cirbon dioxide gas

I stunniag chamber ..for hogs, but
. Tit. a .1 nlniitfVltal

Claims mat iiui

would bo impracucai tor caiu(-

MUMANE SLAUGHTER s

. 9 I ""I

by modern methods, is dead "fori

uus session of Congress.
Introduced y Congressman,. W

8- PaaOf '' '? Tu nTtinrrat T" it

would force meat, packers to use
stunning pistols or carbon dioxide

gas nmnmg cnamoers Deiore ani animals
mals animals ere butcliej-...4.'.?.,'S

- At present. most meat oarkr

kill animals with a knife or ham-
Blpr! mtlfl fid mm a tf o c 5 n

tnils have run around the slaugh-

i-er nuuse iuonauy wouaoea oe-ore

kd to block the biU in thin r(!ii.

gressbecause of a religious rais rais-imderstanding.
imderstanding. rais-imderstanding. i t AV :

Mocormack, a Catholic, has al-
viv Irnn nut if him

other reliuioua touimi. He intra J

uucea a 0111 .' on behalf of toe'

Methodist Sibley Hospital, and m

MANY PROTtSTS

At 'the committee hearings

Vf Regensburgei of" Swift claim claimed
ed claimed that American' cattle and hogs

are too nergeuc. lor. toe imooer,.
slaughtering BKilaods oow used m

cur ope. t
: ftf liuoKfork IM JDUrf acCUS-

tomed to the open, spaces, and a

a consequence, are oi tame

tracUWe as a whole wnea erougm
te the packing plaBts, testified

KegensDurger. v-. w'w. .'-' -'
"in rinvuw ah flu Other hand.

the livestock generally are more
mild-mannered and quiet, as they
are more accustomed to people.

' Kegensourger aiso cuumea m
American packing houses, .-kill
more animals and at higher speed'

than those in Europe? ? 1 A

unairman jiaroia vooiey u?sx,- ?
C) was not 'convinced. 'j.-.-1 'iv W
-"This committee Jias ; received '""'
thousands and -thousands of com- ; V
munications from people all over
ihm niintn; allfl th ltAnnl arm :,

disturbed over this inhumane way

that these- dumb animals : ar

treated, said Cooley. r--
f'Whea you see a heavy steer
swunp ap by his heels and a hea- -vy
hog strung up, I do not say
tkfit vnti pail Aa it ovrniflrhr hiat r

I do say that you can improve it." .'

rvoie unoer aosner Biaugnier Biaugnier-Ing
Ing Biaugnier-Ing practice; the animals must be
alive and conscious. They a r v
then'kUled instantly by severing
the jugular veia t -

BREAMNQ IT OT Armed with club., National Guardsmen
In San lose, OosU Rka, are taking: an antt-gnraent dem demonstrator
onstrator demonstrator to1 the police station. More than a thiand
tng government oppositionists demonstrated against president

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. By ROBERT C. R WAR If, r j.j"
" It "seems to me that we fre
jumping a Utile too eagerly toward
' paring down -the Army.and spe spe--
- spe-- cially in discriminating against the
' bright boys by releasing the dumb
Johns, ; .
. A draft is not an Induction to a
coun-fy club it is a demand on
" the nation. "Selective Service' was

one of the most misleading hiad-J
leg ever hung on the handcuff vo-
- lunteer business. ','!
Then .U still an awful lot f
work around 'maitrr inttal-
-' lation that can bioMr and par par-haps
haps par-haps better, by a man of lowi:r
than average intelligence. Every
man jack in our future force
T isn't going 1 be riding rocket
to III moon or tuning up the
warhead of a hydrogen rocket.
A great ileal of any military life
Is plain cmdgery; mucn 01 v. un
n'easant and without imacina.
tion. In these jobs the dull souls
lilt. tote, sweat. shove, police.
, drive trucks, assist cooks, and
drill often better than the smart
apple who feels he's above toil
and wants tc be an Einstein..
I can't sneak for the Army, but
I ran gun crews and inf estd.M-
lands lor in navy in inai ancient
war whirt beean in 191. and
generally got- better service out
of the comic-book readers than .out
of the brain boys who read Proust
in their spare time and went aver
the hill in port. My sea lawyers
- and trouble makers, with few x-
ceptions. were in theupper third
of the intelligence brackets.
Sweating five-inch shells into the
magazines was fceww -wieir oignt
ty. Keeping their quarters eleanf
. bored them. Not heulgallowed to
i pmoke on watch was an invasion
of privacy. Clean-sweepdwon fore
and aft was a chore for chamber chambermaids,
maids, chambermaids, they thought,'' and we had
so few chambermaids. .-
A great many of my brie-babies
were rejects from officer
training schools, ondlboy re retarded
tarded retarded wor os one groet (
conspiracy. They hated fficort
4
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'VCOMINO' OUT When; an 'electric locomotive, burst Into
' "Hames deep underground In Pittsburgh, several men .were
5 thought ?to be trappod In a rooke-fllled sanitary: sewer. One
-"'Jireman Is shown": dragging, an, overcoma buddy out of the
sewer, tmd 15 men were finally rescued.

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TOO LATE Volunteer rescue workers are" removing the
bodies of the three young sisters from a stone quarry near
Dixon, m. The victlsns were the Onnue girls, Baacy, li;
Ruth, S, and Theresa, 8, The girls had been missing from
their trailer home for-three days and their bodies were found

deep in some mud

and discipline far boveand W
yonj the call of duty.. An order

- wl parsonai insuiT, ana
form regulation was Hnltriim.
- My slow Joes, on the other hand,
Were almost happy to get off the
farm or out of the steel mills. They
were frightened of authority, and
when voit hollered, "Jump!" they
jumped. As far as I know, they
didn't brood over menial chores,
and -they hit their watches with
.regularity, i
Une Ot me Doys wno- was so
slow ahead that you had to talk
to him in Me-Tarzan-You Jane
simplicity turned into one of the
best iraehire-gunners on the ship,
and he kept his weapon in a high
state of shine when some of the
debaters were, being logged for a
filthy piece.
When I was. running a gun crew
on transports,, later in the war, the
pointer on my biggest run was a
reservation Indian whose longest
statement was "Ugh." But my pri prison
son prison brig, being fetched from the
Pacific to the States for courts-
martial, had cdhsideraWy more in intellectuals
tellectuals intellectuals than morons in it.
Thrt DroieSsors couldn't stand
the islands r the life on destroy
ers, and they broke, in various
ways, and so my psycho ward had
a full share of wise guys. Dumb
guys seem to adjust to hardship.
1 do not' advoca'it an' armed
fores composed entirely of mor moron,
on, moron, vn though war is a mor-
ji'f gain Invented by JntoUoc JntoUoc-tual
tual JntoUoc-tual .idiots, but f also do not
hold still for all IWs guff about
an atom-ago Army.' A relative relatively
ly relatively snail portion of any, armed
tare wiH to mcny flow.
- Tha mojor nupperting o re s
And there'll always be room lor
the buck private, who is uumn -sough
to" do what he's told, go
where he's sent,- and die if he
must. We need -the Eineteins, true
enough, hi increasing proportion,
but in any War anybody's got to
lo the dirty work and the caliber
of his skun intakes very iiuw on
ferene."-! ;
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under a huge tree.

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NEW "JOURNEY FOR MAR CAR ET Margaret O'Brien, the onetime child star who won
the hearts of movie audiences in "Journey for Margaret," way back when, is now 19 and
plays "grown-up" parts, But that's thanks to the stage and TV-not to the movies. Hollywood
just wouldn't let Margaret grow np.. It tried to keep her a little girl such as she was in "Meet
Me In St -Levis; left. At right, she's being made up for a recent TV role, "Moonyeen" in
"Smiling Through." Her latest grown-up part this fall wiil be as the star of "Maggie," a new
ABC-TY oeries. v

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
P... IFF MORTIMER

it Had To Happen: I mea Zsa
7.ca.aiS.iiUtMvname and John Ire
land. 1ey made a lovely couple
at Ed Wvnne's Harwyn-.-wiUi two
extra .iadSi Insurance for her?)
But Where 4Ni earth was tuirwar
No Vifih' Amendment: This is s
positive 9 it's possible lor any anything
thing anything to bf-1 piosjUve in politics:
When McCSellan and Kennedy get
fnished with the Teamsters,' they
win tace on only one more union
before- "recessing"-for the Sum
mer. That will be the Carpenters,
which,-like the Teamsters, also
aided the GOPi The "recess" prob probacy
acy probacy will last Indefinitely. Dubins Dubins-ky,
ky, Dubins-ky, Mtany, Keuther and Potofsky,
a'l New Deal Demos, will not be
caUeaV Nor will Harry Bridges,
No, one, will be asked to tester a a-bout
bout a-bout Murder, Inc., Joey Fay, the
Kohler Strike; Detroit's Purple
Gam?,, bookmakiBg in the auto
plants, hoodlums in. the garment
industry, Commie goons m -the
ILWIL or sabotage on the Pacific.
Dubinsky, Meany, Reuther and
me .lice. wu. receive juhios in ine
interna report. And that's that!
I Don't Care, Do You? Fran
warren isn't in the: National com
pany of Pi3ama Game." She was
in -the St. Louis Muni-opera com company.
pany. company. (The national 'company is
at the Riviera, in Las Vegas 1
Letter from Lee- Pelrman: "You
asked- Anyone ever -call the un
derworld combine "The Sm die
tate?'.'Yeg. f did. And it appeared
in Waltsf Winchell's column years
agor v Memo from Marion (My
Girl-Mondav-toFliday) Henney:
"Diane Alexandria called re your
note : that she and Orin Lehman
were seen at the House of Vienna.
Said yes, f he dates Lehman, but
not at the House of Vienna. Has
never been there. Also Lehman out
of town for two, weeks. Mr. Leh Lehman
man Lehman called her long distance, pre presumed
sumed presumed that the mention was plac placed
ed placed by her.,Sbe dates him more or
less enth8)..t." '-.
London Confidential That giant
holding Diana Dors' hand at the
Caprice there, was Tommy "Mus "Mus-eksM
eksM "Mus-eksM Yeardye, six-foot-three, 224
pounds of brawn. They bad just
blown In after filming In Italy.
Meanwhile Dennis Hamilton, is
trying to make it. up. They live
hi adjoining houses, but she lock locked
ed locked the gate.)
I Swear It's True: I've written
about them before, hut I'd like' to
prfnt this about Chickeo James

r- if titiiu iihiiiii.ii.iii n nr i m

and SJinon McOueen to demons
trate that magic is still 'generated
n Broadway- These are the two
bubbly little babes who bounce a a-cross
cross a-cross the Latin Quarter stage to
introduce the floor-snow numoers.
One is blonde and one is brunette
and they wear even less than
Cupid traditionally wears. What
I aii Wn Iters started originally as
a gag, has become the show steal stealer
er stealer with bursts of cheers (every
im the appear. Chick,- the
blonde, fancies herself as a para
ranhr. If vou read this trivia,
voi've lead some of her contribn contribn-tions
tions contribn-tions (about herself) which are al always
ways always itwern to and notarized. Two
came in today. (11 Got tired pf
lookioe for narking space so i sign
ed my Chewy over to my sister
Florence and am coming to wotk
with mv kid brother's Hartey-Da-
vidsnn. (21 Eddie Davis, the mu musical
sical musical comedy playwright, took me
to the producer ot nis new snow
and said: "Take a look at this
girL She's going to. be a big star.
Hair like Lana Turner, eyes like
Audrev Hepburn, smile like Doris
Day" and then I interrupted.
"When you come to Jane Russell
you've lost ine." Both of the fore foregoing
going foregoing were sworn to before Irving
Kaplan, a notary;
If You've Heard This, Dont Stop
Me: Baron Ernst Lyssard .von
Hoynincu Huene, e of Nancy
Oakes and how could she pron pronounce
ounce pronounce it, enjoys the candles and
violins .at Max Loew s romantic
Sasanova, I mean when he's with
Melisande jCongdon of "My Fair
Lady," (Or as the columnists say
"She's his fair lady.") Was this
printed before? Anna Deere Wi-
man, daughter of the late produc producer,
er, producer, en route to London, but if she
has any production in mind it's a
big one in a church with "Dark of
the Moon" author Bill iBerney
Larry Finley, Los Angeles' top
disc jock and piatter-colamnist for
tho Examiner, it writing a book.
(Who isn't ?).Bob Mitchum wants
Keely Stnitlf as femme lead in his
independent '' Whippoorwill,M, but
Louis Prima wants her for his
September ; engagement : at Holly Holly-wood's
wood's Holly-wood's Mocambo. She's Mrs, Pri Prima
ma Prima ... Hollywood burnine tbe scan
dal at both ends?,STOP PJRESS:
Joey Adaurt signed with Rex Carl Carlton
ton Carlton for- a .Bway stage play, of his
best seller. "Cindv and I It'll
bo a comedy, natch. Like the "Sev
en Year iUdt." (But they've been
married less than six.)
More of the Same. But Whv?
Latia Quarter's Carol Stevens go-

. t .-.s J

ing into "Li'l Abner" as Julie New New-mar's
mar's New-mar's understudy ... and L-Q.'s
Gdliao Gray, the wonderful thrush,
back after a cold, which makes
Barbara Htnt a dancer again ...
Remember Audrey Palmer, ; the
featured dancer in "Dubarry Was
a Lady" anc that was a long time
ago. She's been married for 16
vears to Loco Lees Jr., an invef

rs to Loco Lees Jr, an lnve
ent banker, and she didnty, ;
day oWei than when
jr at the Trouville in Mr' .

ment
a
... Dick Hyman's 'tt's k
started m the Sunday Mirrdn ran
for 22 years in the late American
and Colliers magazines, ana is to
be syndicated to newspapers
This Tear's Jayne Mansfield:
Tempest (20-23-34) Storm has been
in New York but ten days and al already
ready already signec" to roadshow in "Bus
Stop,' headline "Minsky's Follies
of '57'' at lies Vegas Dunes screen
test for Paramount and Universal
and preside at the eighth annual
reunion f the 85th "(Victory) In Infantry
fantry Infantry Division at Henry Hudson
next week 18,000 guys all this
and Georgt Raft, Franchot Tone
and Farley Granger, too! ;
The Voice ot The reopie: wnen1
Judgj Louis Lefkowitz'was sworn
in as New York State's Attorney
General ho said it was: a sad cot
happy moment for him because
side. He cd my late editor, co co-author
author co-author and friend, were insepar inseparable
able inseparable companions. For 'more than
a decade they went to the tvu
game every Saturdays both cra crazy
zy crazy Giant, fans. In a brief few
months as A. G. Louis has done an
amazing job exposing major stock
frauds, and breaking tne insure
Hntrigus behind the- ftamel V
accounts in bwiss nanxs, a sea Dy
Reds. Ciiicsters and Ameri'"',',
evaders to take over control of A
-merican companies. Why not Lei Lei-kowilz
kowilz Lei-kowilz for Governor? Lawyer
Frank Ellis of New Orleans, is a
prominent politician there (I be believe
lieve believe he's currently the State Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic chairman) but, what makes
him a national figure is the finan financial
cial financial miracle he's responsible for
whereby the credit of the State's
Pontcnartrain Bridge and Thru way
authority is so high it is able to
sell bonds at less interest than
Uncle Sam. (And what a switch
this is since Huey Long.) They're
talking him up for Senator.
Wisdom Of A White Way Wolf:
When your babe excuses herself
to give her nose a powder, make
rare she isn't going to give yctf
the brush



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TWO INDIANS from the San Bias Islands are escorted around
the YMCA-USO auditorium by Jimmy, of Harnett and Dunn.
Actually the "Indians" are Mrs. Theodore Arias (left) and Mrs.
Isabel Angelini (right).

Native .Dances Tapped

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(Continued from rage I)

gold and pearls. The the temple temple-ques
ques temple-ques or head decorations used to
be made -of gold and precious
stones, but now art made of fish
scales and beads.
The dance is only dance by
One couple at a time and it re represents
presents represents the man courting bis
girl, ('

The man's costume is very sim

, small cross stitch 'design around
t the neckr cuffs and bottom of
the shirt. The pants are short
and the lees end in a fringe. The

shoes are cutarras, made ; of

leather, and the hat is hand made
Out of native straw. :
Mrs. Una Arias and Mrs. Isabel
: Angelinl appeared on the. scene,

. dressed in the very colorful and

: unusual costume of the San Bias

Islands of Panama. They were es es-'
' es-' corted around 4he ha'l bv 1 Jimrov

Dunn, and offered the audience,

-As the program came to a close,
Master of Ceremonies Judge
Crowe, extended his appreciation

to air who had participated, with
special recognition to Mrs. Joan
Scott, Festival Chairman, who did
much to bring : about the success
of the affair. Harnett and Dunn
were thanked for their une 1 jew
of coordination, as the technical
advisors for the Dance Festival.

Srj Avelino Mufioz, one of Pana

ma s finest musicians added a

pie, made out of write linen, withlgreat deal to the whole" evening

samples from' their
fruit. .

baskets

by not Only Drovidine a -continu

ing musical organ background for

the show, but also by actually ac accompanying
companying accompanying the dancers from Ve

nezuela. Colombia. Equador. and

Panama. The Conn Minuet organ

used in the program was provid

ea dv wiiiiam vioiette ana co.

-Refreshments of punch and coo
kies were served in the lobby aft

er the performance, by members

of the Balboa YMCA-USO Girls

Service Organization.

Among the notables who attend-

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Iter;, General and Mrs.: Montague

Com mander in Chief, Caribbean

Command; General and Mrs.1 Og

aen, ueputy,. commanding Gener
al, U.S. Army Caribbean; His Ex

ceuencv ana Mrs. Henderson. Br

ish Ambassador; His Excellency

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bassador; His Exccellency and M

Barrios. Colombian . Ambassador:

count von rappenneim

Minister to Panama: CaDt. and

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Caribbean Command; Capt. and

Mrs. cegge: tol. and Mrs. Ad

ams; CoL and Mrs. Green: Col,

and Mrs.- Coney and Cok and

Mrs. Simmons.

The program was brought to the

ranama ana canal zone commu

nities without charge as a cultur

a service of the Balboa Armed

Service YMCA-USO,

MRS. ALVAREZ DE MOSCOSO
shows how the 'San Jaanlt"
is don. This dance Is of the
Otavalos, a friendly Indian cul culture
ture culture of Ecuador. Her costam is
uthentle and is very colorful.

1 Btlonr-
ing to
i that girt
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13 Case
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Scotland

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HORIZONTAL
46 Wall
48 Joyous-
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person

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Toil 1

82 Part J
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53 Obvious :

St-SHrlnking

8 Vast
trelss
tract
S3 Worship
, 94 Barrier
-- 95 European
gull
ST Larg
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lation

" modestly 98 Except

2i--Colorlesa E 58 Larch 99 Reburden
" or whit'' 62 Proclaim,, u 101 Thinner ,f
mineral loudly ; lOS-Cover i
23 Bird with .S4-River "in l04Eccentric
very large Italy portion of
' bill. -"65 Hurl wheel
24piac i : 69 I.ong ; 104 Prong of

narrow t -. antler
- inlt- f 107 Mark with
'6T Maoris' v scratches -paddU
ti 107 Domestic
''''"Wood,. "--' fowl
- eS-t-Juncture 1 -109 Marauder;

" at an of - ;
: angle Scottish
69 Minor High,,
, super- ""J..'' lands
. natural 111 Esti-, 0
r---. being mator

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25 True to
the fact
26- Inland

sea 1
. between
- Egypt and
Arabia
27 Freest
" from
A mixture
29 Ironwood
of Pegu r
31 Implore
.32 Literary ...v
collection
83 Till of
prlnc
34 Volcelesi 1
36 Charge ...
, 88 Animal
. native to
East
, Indies
40 Devour,

41 General

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42 Faniilimr
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Divide

by
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71 Frost 1 chan- t
72 Machine. neled 1
73 Pack cover lift Expiating
.74 Mother 117 Place j
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75 Small ; ; r contest
.tooth 118 Warmed
77 Japanese thor-

bream -78
Airy-

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Imprest
83 Orient
84 Cylindri Cylindrical
cal Cylindrical and
smooth
87 Fixed in
' a setting

.. oughly

the sea
121 Continu-;
'jj' ation of.
collar of
coat
122 Watch
v.! secretly
123 Live

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r FOR THE SECOND time in live months and the
- third time in eight, Panama Canal marine per-
, sonnel r put more ocean-going commercial ships
through the waterway than had ever transited be before
fore before in & single month. Late yesterday the figure
stood around 820, with a chance of varying one or
two up or down; Any way you figure It,-this was at
least 10 above the high mark for commercial blue-

water snips sec at ol)8 last Marcn,

Congress sent to President Elsenhower the first ;
major civil rights legislation aimed at elevating
the stature of the American Negro since the recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction era alter the Civil War. :".-.

' f Republican Congressional leaders predicted he
would sign it into law promptly,

The historic bill designed chiefly to protect the

Before March, the too mark was 751 set last De-! voling rights of Negroes was finally enacted by Con

cemoer, in April. May, June and Jury trainc ran
well over the briefly held December figure. But it
took August to top It.
. Oddly enough,-with ; all this, transiting,, tolls, fell
during August. The reason : many petroleum carriers
Diving from. Venezuela to the Pacific Coast, are com

ing oacic empty. Also, general "cargo carriers nave ; minute filibuster record registering a outer ena op

gress when, the Senate voted passage 60 to 15 at the

climax 01 a dramatic maratnon session,
-:; In the last hours', a lone diehard Southerner 'W
one-time States Rights Presidential candidate Sen..

Strom Thurmond (D-S.C.) set at 24-hour. and. 18-

had" a tendency to show up In ballast. Nobody seems

w Know wny. Hr,i. i a ;.
, PETROLEUM IS ALSO costing the Canal a pret pret-ty
ty pret-ty penny In another way. Diesel electric' generators
are using up $2200 worth of fuel a day to generate
part of the Canal's, needs. Normally by this-time of
the year, the Canal would be generating all its elec electricity
tricity electricity by water power. The excess fuel costs for this'
-year already stand at $350,000 due to the abnormal!

orouenc- -'.. t

position of the South to the bill.

AMERICAN1 DELEGATE Harold Stassen said the
next move at the London Disarmament talks is up
to the Russians. Stassen said in New York today the
West Is waiting for a formal Soviet reply to propo proposals
sals proposals which the Russian delegate already has reject rejected
ed rejected on a "preliminary" basis.

THE RED CHINA radio says a Korean who was

O AGILE ISIDRO MARTINEZ of Panama looked for for-ward
ward for-ward to a ; ranking among world featherweights
after slashing his way to a unanimous 10-round deci decision
sion decision over Harold Gomes of Providence, R.I.. v :
- The dancing Panamanian champion, who weighed
via at 1292, snapped a 12-boflt victory streak for Go Gomes
mes Gomes Wednesday night at Boston Arena in a national-
1 ly-televlsed bout. j
- The unranked Gomes put up a good scrap but
suffered cuts over both eyes and went down for a

mandatory eignt-count in tbe final round. -.
Referee' Joe Sapustas scored the fight 90-89 while
Judge Joe Blumsack bad it 97-91 and Judge Jim
Shaughnessy scored it 97-93. The United Press card
gave Martinez a 98-91 margin. : :
middleweight champion Ray Robinson has scored
another financial victory so that off-agaln. on on-agaln
agaln on-agaln title fight will be held as scheduled.
It took five hours of bickering In the offices of the
New York State Athletic Commission and in the end
itwas Robinson... the. winner and still chamDion.V

a "hired U,S." agent has been sentenced to death Jr';: Sugar Rfy.had been guaranteed $255,000 to remit clos

Both Gatun and Madden Lakes are up somewhat 1 North Korea." The Pelping broadcast says Kang Choon J1ul -telelsl,0,ll W Sept- 23 bout In New York

Sup killed more than 50 Communists in North Korean with Carmen Baslllo.-This Is in addition to the 45 per
In 1950. and. then fled South. 1 : r M .P.en Robinson demanded and will receive. from

. -, v o '" T ae receipts. Basnio will receive a television guar-
' THE EGYPTIAN government Indicted 18 ,' mem-'; an tee of $110,000 and 20 per cent of the gate-
bers -of the outlawed Communist Party on subversion, ; ', .--..
charges. A government official charred' that the, Earlier this week Robinson threatened to call off
group operated an underground organization aimed., the fight. He- was peeved .when the International
at overthrowing the government, w; jv'.px-i-v .,., 5 -Boxing Club signed a contract with Theatre Network
- o i -'- ...'--, i Television,-, Incorporated, without his permission Ro-
CHARGES bv two Democratic Senators that the' blnson wanted It handled bv th Telenrnmntor c.nr

ALSO ENACTED Into law was. a bill to transfer' U.S. guided Missile program is lagging have peen de- poratlon which had offered him a $250,000 guarantee,
t-$24,000,000 worth of Improved and .unimproved .reaU-Joied liy Defense Department officials.. The Depart- .f- 5 ,. , ,
: estate from United States ownership .to- the Republic ment says this country has maintained Its lead QyerV( It" was settled Thursday when both' television firms
f Panama."1 First parcels will be transferred-la about "i Russia, in, development of guided missiles . i agreed to handle the fight Jointly. So, Robinson winds
0 days, as -soorf as some legal details caa' be attend- .; r -r up with flve-thounsand-dollars more than he asked.

.to w,' ana municipal services 1 arranged, otner lands anvi wiuonxiuvM. -uuu ivuca up viw
stnd buildings wiU be. transferred-later, "perhaps-by- Nevada desert. 4 4 ,
May 31,! 1958. : j,: J .nr.-. ; It was touched off by the 14th nuclear explosloa

oi.,me summer series t wie atomic yiuvum uiuuima.

from their 1957 lows during July. But neither .lake
Is high enough for the Canal to set the hydro-electric
generators going full tilt. t
" ENGINEERING STUDIES for i high-level bridge
to cross the Canal at Balboa will be started Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately followmg appropriation 0750,000 by ihe Ujs.
Congress. .President i Elsenhower (signed the measure
this, week. s t' r-

SINGLE-WAGE LEGISLATION, which contained
a measure putting non-U js. citizens on Canal rolls
vader the retirement provisions of the Civil Service
Act, was pnetmeasure which, did not pass A sub sub-jommittee
jommittee sub-jommittee of ;Tthe House Post Office and Civil Serv Service
ice Service Committed will come to the .Zone la November
to hold hearings on the subject.: V
A sub-committee of the Merchant Marine M
Fisheries Committee Ur also due on the Zone for v
hearings 'in" November.? f.'"' 4s-1 t j
A LABOR DEPARTMENT' official ruled that
stevedores who were paid K cents instead of $1 for
loading a serap ship bound for Japan last spring will
not be able, to collect retroactively,
. ON THE LABOR FRONJ5e$yed local-rate labor
leaders went, abound asking, iriends to explalni off off-'
' off-' hand "what Is a )jcal-rate diet?" f
The phrase hid been credited ta Canal Zone
Gov. William E. Potter, who. officials of Local 900,
, AFSCME (CIO-AFL) said, rejected the union's bid
for a 10 pef cent wage increase during a meeting
held Friday at Balboa Heights,
Potter is said 'to have said the request was un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted because? there had been no Increase In
the cost of items in "the local-rate diet." i i
The 'union ; voiced its objections both to the
phrase and the governor contention that there had
been no increase in the cost of living. ., ;i
MAYOR JOSM. eTcAJAr"esCALA slapped a
. $500 fine on John J. Gustin, manager of the
plush Panama City Skychef Restaurant, for dis dis-,
, dis-, criminating against Social Security Negro physi physi-)
) physi-) clan Dr. Alfred N. Gerald, his wife and other
dark-skinned individuals,' Including a Panama
detecUvft4''"'1' .
The Mayor said it fwas not the first time that
Gustin had been accused of submitting Negro pa patrons
trons patrons to humiliation because of their race.
Gustin 'wag "fined after the Mayor reviewed evi evidence
dence evidence presented by the detective, and testimony was
given by the. waiter who served Gerald and by one
of the members of the doctor's party on the date of
the discriminatory act.
PORK -RETAILERS were scheduled to go on strike
today after several days of attempts to get out from
under a situation which forced them to sell at ceil ceiling
ing ceiling prices despite a five-cent increase in the whole wholesale
sale wholesale price. u.
PANAMA AND COLON housewives continued to
complain about the rice shortage, brought about
mainly by a prolonged drought. i
"A shipment-of 100,000 pounds ordered by the
Panama government from Ecuador was expected to
arrive 'today to remedy the present situationr
ALLEGED TRIGGERMAN Ruben 6, -Mim has

been ordered to stand trial for using offensive and
derogatory remarks about President Ernesto de la

Guardia Jr. in a letter, published in the opposition

Miro.- who Is being' held 1 for trial lri 'connection
with the 1955 assassination of President Jose A.'Re A.'Re-mon,
mon, A.'Re-mon, has admitted authorship of the letter but de denies
nies denies that he authorized publication. .

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It was dubbed a "baby" nuclear blast. But no
atomic explosloa is a "baby" la reality and the blast
lighted buildings in Hollywood and Los Angeles,
triggered from a plastic balloon 750 feet oyer the test
' The s small device, called "Franklin Prime," was
site, The balloon was anchored to the desert floor.
It's believed the blast was part of a safety test
ofr materials to protect human eyes from flash pliad pliad-ness.
ness. pliad-ness. v' tv; : ; , j
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Auto Workers and the w"Blg Three" of the auto, in industry.
dustry. industry. ; --y :
1 A UAW plea for help from President Elsenhower
touched off the new outburst. 1
; UAW president Walter Reuther started it all by
suggesting that Ford, Chrysler and General Motors
cut 1958 car prices by 100 dollars. The companies re rejected
jected rejected the idea.

, Yesterday, Reuther wrote the President asking
for a meeting "in the very near future" to discuss
the price-cut proposal.
Dr. Gabriel Hauge, Mr. Eisenhower's economic ad-
viser, replied to Reuther that the President regards
the sentiments expressed in Reuther's letter as a
hopeful sign that labor and management will help
control the rising cost of living. But the White House
said it wouldn't be appropriate for the President to
express a view on the proposal for a price cut.
Now the presidents of three auto firms say Reu Reuther's
ther's Reuther's letter to the President is Just propaganda and
nothing new.
CONGRESSIONAL cuts in foreign aid will mean
a cut id strength in the South, Korean Army. General
George Decker, the U.S. commander in the area,- said
my move will also keep U.S. combat troops from
bringing dependents to Korea and GI's acting as mil military
itary military advisors to the Koreans will spend 24 months
ROK forces will have to be streamlined. The econo econo-there
there econo-there instead of the present 18.
The National Safety Council said traffic deaths
fell off sharply during July about seven per cent.
Council president Ned Dearborn said the drop In fa fatalities
talities fatalities is "especially heartening as we face the La
bor Day weekend." Most states are not planning any
extra traffic precautions this time because of the good
showing on Memorial Day and the Fourth of July.,
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL of Churches called on
labor unions to help solve the problems of what it
called "an economy of abundance." In its 40th annual
message for "Labor Sunday," the churchmen called
on organized labor to help control inflation and de-.
flation. The council said man must develop in. his
daily work a deeper feeling of vocation and partlcl-.
pation in the nation's economy.
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.THE UNITED' STATES and 19. other American
nations have recommended stepping "up financial aid
to Latin America. The Inter-American Economic Con-
ference, now meeting In Buenos Aires, also approved
the' gradual development of a Latin American com

mon market. The conference is considering a propo-

for lust as he held out for fivn rxr rent mnro frnm

the gate, than had been offered. v
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The Detroit Tfcers have re-hired manager Jack a '"
Tihe to a one year contract for 1958. TIghe, Irt
his first year as manager of Detroit, has the Tigers :
In fourth place, one spot higher than they finish finished
ed finished last year. "
Baseball great Paul Waner Is expected to enter a
sanitarium soon for treatment of tuberculosis.
Waner, a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and
now a batting coach for the Milwaukee Braves, aid
; he was relieved at the diagnosis of tuberculosis made
by a Milwaukee physician last Thursday, He said he
feared he had cancer.
Recurring attacks of pneumonia-had troubled the'
former outfielder .of the Pittsburgh Pirates, He was
hospitalized here over the Christmas holidays, in
Waycross, Ga., last April, and In Alpine, Tex., this
summer. t
Waner said doctors had told him that since his
case was found early, he might be cured In from
six to eight months.
Waner was known as "Big Poison" in his days as a
heavy, hitter for the Pirates. His brother, Lloyd, was
known as "Little Poison." i;
The Pittsburgh Steelers signed Buddy Parker Jast
Tuesday to a five-year contract has head coach to re- .;
place ailing pilot Walt Kiesling. ; y
Parker came to terms with Steeler President Art
Rooney just two weeks after he startled the sports
world by announcing at a fan banquet that he was
quitting his $30,000 post as coach of the Detroit Lions;-.
The Cincinnati Joint Teamsters Council has efidors-
ed changes in the Teamsters constitution designed to
restore power to union locals. Hoffa has backed
changes which would strengthen the Internationa
Union, especially In cases involving trusteeship of1 1
union locals. , -"
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CHAIRMAN Henry Jackson of the Atomic Energy
Subcommittee accused the Defense Department -of
cutting back on long-range missiles production for
reasons of economy. Jackson said technical troubles
also have slowed up the target rate for perfecting both
the medium and long-range missiles. However, Jack-
son said he doesn't believe the delay will upset the
East-West balance of power. c s
THE FBI ARRESTED a naturalized Anierlcan'who
Illegally posed as a doctor for 17 years. Agents 6ay ;
42-year-old Borge Stendorf, a native of Denmark,
came to the U.S. in 1940, -and carried on his medical
masquerade until he was found out yesterday. He re recently
cently recently served as a doctor it the Arnfy proving grounds
at Aberdeen, Maryland.' ; - r v
EVANGELIST Billy Graham says Russia's claim
of a successful inter-continental missile test should
have sent Americans to their knees in sackcloth and

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PANAMA, SECRET POLICE reported the capture' t; tnX to set up a special international bank for the area.

of three members of an alleged -band of automobile
thieves who have been operating In Panama City. De Detectives
tectives Detectives gave the names of the three who were ar arrested
rested arrested and said their confessions would lead to the
arrest of others In the gang. 1 y
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sters Teamsters Council and Union vice-president James Hoffa.
Sunday AmrrfcStipimHr''

But Graham said the nation Is taken up with
stories of the "Confidential" magazine criminal libel

trial, riot the awesome missile facts. ;
" The evangelist begged Americans to forget about
the trial and what he called other, amusements. He
said it's time for Americans to wake up since as ha
put it the country is "fighting for Its barest exisU

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GO SACK HOME NOW AND
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FORGIVENESS
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OUR SOFA TONIGHT,

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