The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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HOLLYWOOD, April 12 (UP)---LariiiTurner was in
danger of losing her daughter, Cheryl today' iven though though',
', though', her shattering performance on the witness stand woii the
girl a 'justifiable. homicide" verdict 'at an- inquest on the'
knife-slaying of Johnny',,Stompanato.
,
, A juvenilecourt must determine 14-year-old Cheryl's
future at a hearing set for April 24, at which time Lana
Is expected to make another off,screen appearance.

Judge Allen T., Lynch had two
possble courses:, '
He could turn Cheryl over' to
authorities for criminal prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution since the inquest 'verdict
was not an order to' the court,
2. He could rule Cheryl a ward
of the court and determine wheth wheth-
- wheth- er the girl .should be hi custody
of Lana or Stephen Crane, the
- girl's father, or be sent to a de detention
tention detention home or some religious or
private home for girls.,
District Attorney Williams B.
McKesson said last night he was
not in favor of prosecuting Cher Cheryl
yl Cheryl after hearing what had been
disclosed at the inouest. If he
t does not prosecute, Cheryl will go
free and probably,reeurn to Lana.
But McKesson said it was his
,opinion that Cheryl would be
better ,off in a good home foe
girl. He indicated he did not
think she should be in the cut
tody of Lana, her grandmother
- or Crane.
' Crane said be hoped McKesson
"doesn't really feel' that neither
, nor Lana should have Cheryl.'
- "There is nothing more in the
world I would like more than to'
' have custody of my baby,"
said.,But I don't t -want it If
sound as if f ,tion't think: her
znother, shoulthbave custody, k
ptei me in a tough spot.1,'i
' At0; about a possible recotici recotici,
, recotici, ti-t'nri with Lana, Crane said:
, ',fine Lana,,,bas broken
lip with se ()Vf'' 11,4 sev seven
en seven years, people .ng a about
bout about a reconciliation. A lot has
hanpened since we parted.'t
1.,ana herself was ,secluded a
rin in the home where Cheryl
ITnged a bittcher knife into the
stomach of her mother's lover a
week .agolast night.
sure to make a fight or h r
sure to makq a fight or h r
daughter and If it is aCything
;, like the one the made oft the
witness stand 'yesterday to its.
'onerate Cheryl, it will be stag.

,
A request for spring clothing
for a Latin American mother who
will, spend threemonths in New
Jersey, was issued by the Ameri,
can Red Cross today.'
The' clothing is needed for
-short, glender Mrs. 'Alejandro Tr
,rit-',0 of Gamboa who wears a-,
:4 1'0 a size 10. She is taking ber
3year-old son, Gregorio,
,,was born without arms,to
cial rehabilitation clinic where he
will.be fitted and trained to use
- prosthetic devices. ,
-We need clotbes forMrs.
: bio -who will be in New-Jersey for
-at least three months starting in
. ',may," Mrs. Thelma W. Monagan,
' chairman of the Red Vross'
unteer Services Division, stated.
Tier office alongside the Civil
- Affairs building.
,- It is expected that well over
$2,500 will be needed to take ,eare
of the mother and child. The ex
Densts will be 'paid hit the Calla
, Zone Committee for Ilandicappe Ilandicappe'
' Ilandicappe' Chilet2n from monov it received
: during the recent United Fund
drive. ,

r 'NAPLES, Italy, April 12.,(UP)
' Gary Davis,'Iate an American ci citizen
tizen citizen and self-styled' "world citi citi,
, citi, ten number one," yesterday was
: granted a visa to enter the Unit,
cd States.; ;
' The 36 yeanold Amer lean-born
, traveler who tore up his passport
I to, become what he Sermed a
' "world citizen" will enter his na,
tive land wifli an Italian state state.
. state. 1ess persons travel document.
William Bradford, head of the
visa section of the U.S. Consulate
to become what be termed
, visa which will allow him to re re,
, re, pain in the United States -t h e
' I gest of his life If he so chooses.
1 "According to, the classification
, of ,the visa," Bradford said, "Da "Da-
- "Da- vis can remain in Ameriea the
: rest of his life as' an alien, or he
ean aonly for citizenship through
, ,,, naturalization Dke anyothee a aDavis,
Davis, aDavis, son of New York societ;
tavd leader Meyer Davis, Nails
to for New York aboard the
C Iltzzt..;a 'Sunday.

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BUIZOS AIRES, (UP) Nay
Rivas, one-time girl friend 0 i
ousted dictator Juan D.. 'Peron,
wiU be married today to a young
Argentine bookkeeper, sources
close to her family revealed.
They declined to disclose the
future groom's last name but said
he is employed by one of the
larger embassies and his f 1 r)1 I
name is Narlos."
became Peron's fa
vorite in the months preceding
his overtivow in September, 195.1
is now 19. She will be a relatively
wealthy bride because of a cotul
decision authorizing her to keep
the estimated 97,500 worth of jew
els and cash bestrowed upon her
by Peron..
,
''Carlos1" is a neighbor of Neuy
in, the city's northern suburg o
Florida, friends of the a mily
Said. The marriage is expected
to take place in the modest viUa

-Miss Turner has never given a
dramatic performance on the
screen nearing the one when she
described Stomoanato's threats to
mutilate her. ,Cheryt's sudden ap appearance
pearance appearance at the door and the mo
ment when the knife was plunged
so svitiftly she could not see
tho blade. ,
The 38-year-old La na tried soft softly
ly softly through much of her testimo
ny. Her voice faltered and quak
ed but it never lost its clear e-
nunciation. '
'La 11 left the court before the
verdict was returned and she col collapsed
lapsed collapsed in the arms of her attor attorneYs
neYs attorneYs JerrY Giesler,4 e
news was telenhone4- She was
immediately put to bed. She had
Said earlier she intended to visitl
ryl at the JUvenile Hall Sun

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which Peron gave to her -par
ents which the courts degreed
tocy could keep.

LONDON, Aliril" 12 (UP)
Prime Minister Harold MacMillan
laCt;c1 the clock Aoday to, find
to head off a policY-setting
strike On Britain's nationalized
railroads. -; -,
"MacMillan, 'who, retently sald
Britons 4,'have never had it st
g o 0 (1,1': was' caught' between
demand by. railway workers for
, higher pay arid his -own wage
'freeze policy for" controlling
'inflation ,:
Prime Minister called a
'cabinet -; meeting ',tor Monday
Leaders- of Britain's three rait rait'
' rait' way unions planned strategY
meeting tor ,the 'same daY.
'" The impending railroad strike,
Is only, one segment of spreading,
labor. unrest that threatens -the,
nation with, its 'mist labor, tie tieup
up tieup since.' the general 'strike, of
1926. ,,,
London :bus .'workers already
have scheduled a wage strike for
May 5. Subway, 'workers, whO
come under, control of the rail.
road unions, may Join them.,,
The tirtiOn 'representing more
than ,200.000' truck drivers also
plans ,, to present '1 new wage
demands shortly to ,the, Ministry

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CHILPANCINGO. Mexico, ,', 'A 'Apri1,13
pri1,13 'Apri1,13 (UP)-- Policeman Hector
Garcia was recovering tod a y
from a bullet wound suffered yes yesterday
terday yesterday during the public burning
of 1,000 guns at the main plaza
'here. ,
The burning was ordered by po police
lice police authorities in, the "depistoli "depistolization"
zation" "depistolization" campaign started some
time ago to put a stop to the
unauthorized arming of citizens
and thus reduce crime.
More than 1,000 guns of all
kinds taken from people who were
illegally in possession :sot them
vvere gathered at the public ,pla ,plaza
za ,plaza arid set en fire, It appeared
that one of the guns was loaded
and a bullet hit policeman Gar Garcia
cia Garcia in the leg, He was hospitaliz hospitalized
ed hospitalized but is expected to be out 4)f
the hospital,in a few days.

, By MARY KAY .FLYNN
,
RICHARDS-BEBAUR 'Air, Force
;Base, Mo. (NEA) It's a dog doggoned
goned doggoned good thing the Russians
don't have a corner on caninS
service in the space age.
Man's best friend the dogis
a valuable aid in guarding this
country's security combat ele elements.
ments. elements. At least 2,000 sentry dog
tesms patrol key security areas
after dark in the U.S. and ,over-i
seas.
So vita" is the dog's role in tle
fense of mighty atomic geared'
operations that the Alr'Force
open a sentry dog training center
at 'Ackland, Tex., this spring
with an annual ontont of 500 flogs.,
Capt. Robert E. Krider, provosi
marshal here and a pioneer in the
Force's -sentry dog program.
ig enthusiastic. abont the use of'
dogs on the flight line ot t h
hase, where superconic 102Asl
having the caratiLty of earrytn0

of Transport. which controls the
State-run British road services.,
The railwaymen want ,, an
increase of about, five per cent
to bring their pay to the level
of other nationalized and some
private industries. An arbitration
board turned' down their request
on ''grounds the, railWay could
not afford it. t
'Ma,cMillan fears an increase in
railroad pay would lead to a new
nationwide round of ge
increases t resulting in higher
prices, i
-
1101 if sem
litir Planes
,
Scremb13', To Proba
h

I3n3 Iron Curtain

, LONDON (UP) British war:
Iplanes have "scrambled", several
times recently to investigate uni uniI
I uniI dentified olaces along the Iron
curtain, The London News Citron,.
pe)
icle 'te ted today.- '
,
The Da er said Prime Minister
Hatold Macmillan will be 'asked
to disclOse in Parliament whether
LAmerican 1i-bombers based here
also have ben' sent on the Iron
Curtain investigation miSsiOnS.
' The report i followed a report
from Omaha, Neb., by, Frank
Bartholomew, president of the
,United Press, that rader alerts
have sent planes caming nuclear
bombs toward Russia from U, S.
bases la ,North Ikmericat. ',
.
,,,The News:Chronicle said lead
ers of Britains' sopposition tabor
'Party "plan to question the Prime
Minister closely" on whether U.S.
bombers in. Britain also have I
been sent aloft. ' 1
The paper said the Royal Mr
Force fighters were armed with
cannon and itirto-air guided mis
siles. , ,,

, ,
4"But," the news0aper report
added, ,uno laden (I3 ritla h)
If-bombers have been sent toward
Russia, as has happened along
America's Arctic defense Mae."
Laborites fear the Strategic Air
Command headquarters the
United' States would order squad squadrons
rons squadrons from Europe into the air
without Waiting to inform the
British government.-

stOmic warheads' are dn'tound-theclock
defense
..e
"The sentry' deg la its handler's
'radar' system, giviqg him keener
efficiency and a booster see of
senses," explained Capt. Krider,
who worked three:years refining
and developing the Air Force sen sentry
try sentry dog test program In the. Ira;
East, o
Presently there 'are about 1,00t
Armytrained sentry does at work
in the U. S. The Air Force has
modified .-the Army ; training of
sentry dogs to suit, its own needs.
The German shePherd dog used
for sentry duty has a dual person personality
ality personality wi.th its friendly side re
served only for its handlers 3,vho
usually number two at most. The
animal, taught to hold but ...not
kill, is a fcrocious attader
The do's are trained to grabl
armg, 'egg and clothing while
bolding and riormally are kept or'
le, h. r t:;,,trust of everybody'

NEW COMMANDER' A, salute is .ienddred as the joint honor' guard for ,.Lt..Gen.,: R d ely
Gaither, new commander. in chief of the' Caribbeanl- Command, '"passes in revieW.'" !. 0 the
reviewing itand in the front row 'are Gaither and lvia.L. Oen.--Truman R. Landon, cOm nder-
of the- Caribbean Air, Command., Saluting fronv the second row are (left to right). -.Maj Gen.
Thomas L. BarrOld, 'Commanding general of. U. S, Artily 'Caribbean r (behind' Gaither1,1 Rear
Adm, -George H.' Wales,- commandant.. of the 15th Naval District and Brig. Gen. tOiiis
tower, Caribbean Command chief of -staff. 'M.S. Army rhoto)

LONDON April '12 (UP)American shipowner Earle"

D. aese said. in:a 'leiter' te Timm; to(daithat by' 197
or sooner the United States would be dependent upon, for foreign
eign foreign sources for'at least 25 percent of, the rem materials
needed to feed its huge industrial machine.
He said jt was in the national 'interest ',of the' United
States to have tinder the control Of Arnerican citizens suf sufficient
ficient sufficient ship tonnage to handle at least a part of these es essentirgl
sentirgl essentirgl impOrtsi,,

Inrdet compee with Europ European
ean European shipPing, American owners
found it necessary to register
their fleets under-the Panamanian
or Liberian flags, he wrote. ,,,
,
Ho d cried tho European ship shipowners'
owners' shipowners' tendency to refer to
Liberian and Panamanian ship shipping
ping shipping companies as "fro boot-,
ors", and ',,'"humbug
owners," and said thoro was no
difference in. substance between
the .taxos on shipping of Frost
other European nations rand
those on Liberian end Panaman
Man flag ships owned by LI. S,
citizens. ,
, Naess, wbo runs his own ship shipping
ping shipping line, said the difference was
'in form rather than substance."
Many British shipowners have
established companies in, 'Bermu
da and the Bahamas, where no
taxes, are paid on earnings deriv
ed from the operation the ships,
he said. c
Norway has taken similar steps

but their handler has, made f o r
some amusing but mostly perplex perplexing
ing perplexing moments for pilots entering
patrol areas., ;
"The dogs haw, a single track
mindto protect-, their handlers
from harm," Capt. Ender com commented.
mented. commented.
Patrolling is a "game" to the
dog, with rewards usually coming
in the form of a demonstration,O,
praise from the handler.
Approachingoa 5entry dog is
would an intructer can be a ter terrifying
rifying terrifying ,experience;o, Eighty fivc.
pounds of fury are restrained behind-
a low growl and 'feline like
eyes as the handler yells out a
halt.' There iS no Tnistaking the
inLent of the dog ',
All areas which the dogs patrol
are' markPl -rittl-signiu- to inform
would-he trespassers of the pre'.
enee of the highly sensitive anii
mals.

and 'given it large measure of
freedom from taxation to ship.
pwners who 'establish shipping
-.companies in the north of Nofway
be said;-,, r :
Norwegian' mechant fleet
it percentage of the. world fleet:
is just as great today as it was
before World War We on this
side of the, Atlantic 'hope that it
will continue to grow. On, the
other hand, Norwegian'' owners
should, not object to ,Ametican
citizens, through the only medium
open to them, Securing a share
of, the trade't4; Ile said.

Neese letter was one several
that have aPPeared in the times
correspondence over' the' past
few weeks irvprepatation fot the
opening of: the International
Chambers of 'Shipping meeting
here where, 'flags of convenience'
will be one of the principal sub subjects
jects subjects under discussion.,

S Joint lion3r Eilard
ilonc;rs hief

Air policemen are' carefully
chosen to' serve as sentry d o g
-iandlers. One of the prime re
quisites is that the handlers be
an animal lovet In addition tc
patrolling with the dog, the hand handler
ler handler is responsible for the animal's
care and rigorous training work workouts.
outs. workouts.
Tbe'four dogs on this base were
named by their,. handlers. Two
are called Toby one, King,. and
the other, $phyn. Each is brand branded
ed branded on the inside left flank for iden
tification and each has its oft
service and medical record.
The canine quartet here is out outfitted
fitted outfitted -with special,, red plastic
boots with heavy. soles te proteel
paws when it's rough under foot
The dogs are not pampered but
they- getAbo, bost-of care-and-attention.
And why not?
Protecting our survival defens defenses
es defenses is their mission.

' IA; Geri. Itidgely'Galther the
new commander in chiOf of the
Caribbean Commend, was honored
ith
yesterday morning wi a joint
Honer Guard ceremon. at Quarry
Heights that marked s first of
ficial function in the' anal Zone.
As' part et the tin .. honored
1
ceremony that was 'nerved by
mor than 200 peopl iassombled
for the occasion, personal
,

three-star flag of 1
' was' unfurled for t
)
' indicating his pre
' formation '-' as ,,, co
chief.- ,,-; ,- LF
'; The joint Honbr, 1
with the sounding
lute followed by ,Iii
the Army, ; Marine
and Air Force unit
on the pradegrotmd,'
tho General were
Truman H, Landon
of the, Caribbean
and Met' M. C. Che

keu, Gaither
le first time
nce at' the
'mender
,

', The joint' Honer. Guard began
1
with the sounding a 15-gun sa.
lute followed by bi inspection of
the Army,. Marine Corps, Navy
and Air Force unit In formation
on the pradegroimd. ecompanying
the General were Mal G e n.
Truman H, Landon 'commander
of the' Caribbean ir Command
'and Mai. M. C. Che ter, of the 1st
itr
Battle Group, 20th -Infantry, who
was commander of, oops for the
',ceremony. ,.
Following th, inspection, of
troops the 'comma 8 'pass ill re review"
view" review" was given b Chester,The
four military mare ing units, led
by. the Kir Force and and with
the joint Color G tard carrying
the flag of the C ribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, marched.r4 t the reviewing
stand where Gen. al Gaither re returned
turned returned their saint 0, ,'
;On the reviewi 1 stand witt
Gaither, In addi on to 'Landon,
were Maj. Gen. heroes 1. Bar
told, commandin general of U.S
Army Caribbea R e 'a r t, Adm..
George Wales,e mmandant of,the
15th Naval Distr, et and Brig. Gen.-
Louis V.' Hig ower,, Caribbean
Command thie of staff. 8
In' addition I the. military per personnel
sonnel personnel and' 't tit wives from
headauarters ribbean Command
and the three omponent service
, headquarters, i the Carat Zone,
I Ambassador an Mrs. Julian F.
Harrington, M i NI, E., Potter
wife of the Gd ernor; Lt.' G o v..
and Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold and
Mrs. Robert A ly in the comps-
ny of Mrs, Gait er and the wives
of officers of general and flag
rank, attended he ceremony as
distinguished g .sts, of the com command.
mand. command. ,, ,
,, After Gaithe left the revfewing
stand he met e key staff offi officers
cers officers of Caribbe 0 Command head headouarters,
ouarters, headouarters, U.S. Army Caribbean,
the 15th Nava District and the l'
Caribbean Air ., ommand who were
assembled in sPecial : line to I
shake hands wi h the new comnian
der in chief. ,

was tommaider of, oops for the
r
',ceremony.
le ollowing th, inspection- of
troops the 'comma 8 'pass hi re review"
view" review" was given b ChesterThe
four military mare ing units, led
by. the Kir Force and and- with
the joint Color G tard carrying
the flag of the C ribbean Com-1
mand, marchedri. t the reviewing
stand where Gen. al Gaither re-1
turned their saint ", -'' 1
;On the reviewi 1 stand witt'
Gaither, in addi on to 'Landon,
were Maj. Gen. hcfnas I. Bar
told, commandin general of U.S
Army Caribbea R e 'a r Adm..
George Wales,c mmandant of,the
15th Naval Distr, et and Brig. Gen.-
Louis V.' Hig ower, , Caribbean
Command chip of staff. 8
In' addition I the military per personnel
sonnel personnel and' It tit wives from
headauarters ribbean Command
and the three omponent service
headquarters, i the Carat Zone,
I Ambassador an Mrs Julian F.
Harrington, M i NI, E., l'otter
wife of the Gd ernor; Lt; G o v:
and Mrs. Hugh M. ,- Arnold and
Mrs. Robert A ly hi the compa company
ny company of Mrs, Gait er and the wives
of officers of general and flag
rank, attended he ceremony as
distinguished g sts, of the com command.
mand. command. ., ,
,, After Gaithe left the revfewing
stand he met e key staff offi officers
cers officers of Caribbe 0 Command bead beadouarters,
ouarters, beadouarters, U.S. Army Caribbean,
the 15th Nava District and the
Caribbean Air ., ommand who were
assembled in sPecial : line to
shake hands wi h the new comnian
der in chief. , ,,
, This was fol lived by an inform informal,
al, informal, meeting wi h the component
service comm. nders and the chiefs
of staff in his office hrthc head headquarters
quarters headquarters buil ng at -Q uarry
Heights.

HAVANA, April 12 (UP) Reports of a rebel land.;
ing in Las Villas province and raids on four cities in 04
area shifted the focus of Cuba's revolt today to the cert.
tral sector of thii,sprawling island nation, n
Private advices reaching Havana businessmen report.. ti
ed "heavy fighting" at 'Sagua La Grande between loycl
troops.and rebel Invaders" who had landed 'at the pearLy
'oyster capital" of Isabela de &Nucl.--
, The business rePorts Said also' that' "hUndreds" c7
rebels,swarmed 'down from the hills yesterday into t!
provincial 'capital of Santa Clara, while other bands e,
stroyed government property, in Habanilli and Clime:-

yaguo;

No details of eaualties or dam damage
age damage in the reported Las Villas
fighting could be obatined imme immediately.
diately. immediately.
Last night's army communique
reported 20 persons killed hi scat scattered
tered scattered clashes in Oriente province,
long the principal enter or rebel
activity.
The rebel 'radio reported 'hea 'heavy
vy 'heavy battles" hi Oriente, notably in
the) Chicirico region of the south
coast. where it said seven army
mentwo officers, a sergeant and
four soldierswere taken prisoner.
The insurgent broadcast said
the rebels inflicted "heavy losses"
on loyal forces manning an army
outpost at San Itamor. at ,a cost
of two rebels killed and six woad woaded,
ed, woaded, ,
No rew violence was reported
in Havana, where three yonng
Roman Catholic leaders from O Oriente
riente Oriente and 10 other allrt ed rebel
sympathizers killed in Havanal
1

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litICICO CITY, APtii 13 (UP
Miguel Mendoza Lopez, Com Communist
munist Communist Party candidate for the
presidency of the Republic, to today
day today called for Mexican diplomatit
relations with the Vatican,- out
with the maintenance of sepap sepaption
tion sepaption of church and state inside
the republic:
The 74-year-old candidate, who
was drafted by the desperate Com
munists from the very small a agrarian
grarian agrarian party which ,he headed,
said there was no ,incongruity in
a self-professed Roman Catholic
being a Communist-candidate.
"Those who nominated me have
their vlatform as political par party,
ty, party, I have'mine as a Mexican ci citizen
tizen citizen and a believer in my faith,."
wai his bland explanation.
Back in the capital this week
after his first campaign. tour to
the provinces,, Mendoza Lopez
blasted the electoral system which
he said virtually assures victories
to, official party candidates, and
scored the republic's system of
jurisprudence since "justice does doesn't
n't doesn't reach down to poor people who
can't afford lawyers."

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" s,
DFrIlOrr, Anril 12 (ur) ,--General
Motors said today it will shut
down operations Monday at ,nine
cif its 32 'Chevrolet plant s
throughout the country for ),
week. '

this week were 'burred late
ttrday.
A silent crows1 ;about 1
persons, Inclusing 15 pric
went to Colon cemetery to r
their last respects to Luis
'riles Musielier, Juan r,
der Duque end Vire 1
Perez, the young Ca' s
church sources say v
ped, tortured and s
lice Wednesday
,
Morales, who was 30, was 1
president of the Oriente branvh
of the Catholic 'Men's Youth
Movement. It is not yet certain
what he and his two comnanions
from eastern Cuba were doing in
Havana. ;
Police protestyd th14 presence of
three United Press reporters an,1
photographers at the burial cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, but made no attempt to
eject them from the cemetery.
47e don't want any photos tak
en of these Communists-" A police-sergeant
shouted. 'These Com
munists killed some of our boys!"
The sergeant subsided when the
U.P. men reminded him that For Foreign'
eign' Foreign' Minister Gonzalo Guell hal
promised that foreign newsmeo
would be free to work in Cuba.
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A,.Gld snokesinan said other ( N
plants will be on a three-day work LEGAL COSTS
week and several plants will be
closed the following week. The ', LONDON (UP)
in the nation's
announeed' shutdown will be to of suing is caus
"adjust inventories.' However,
some of the Dlants will be on a law circles rem.
regular five-day schedule, They said only 387
Plants to be closed next week ing ill the queen's
are in Bay City, Mich, Muffalo, the high court a
Cleveland,' Toledo, sphio, Flint' of thein probably
Mich., and Tonawanda, INLY, The tled out of court.
spokesman said there' probably the judaes had a
would Ile other plants furlohched cases. "There is
for the week. He said not all' the there is a recessi
Chevrolet' plants in theciti e s law I
named. which have more than said. The sole rP
One, would be closed.. nancial squeeze."

AUGUSTA, Ga., April 12 (111-"e
President Eisenhower divided. 4 his
schedule today between golf:lint
preparation, of a .speech openitg
his all-out drive for public s Sup Support
port Support for his defense reoeganila
tion plan. ,
Ile will deliver K 'Thursday 'at
a 'Washington luncheon of
and foreign newspaper editors.
The speech 'will be, brovicast
ver nation-wide radio and televl
sion mgworks. ,
, The main purpose og the Pres President's
ident's President's weekend here was golf
'and relaxation. He made that
plain when he got off the prest.
dehtrial plane Columbine III yes-
terday, saw the pretty wea ..tor
and declared his intention of ret retting
ting retting in 54 holes of golf before re-."
turning to Washington.
' Eisenhower new from I chilly
rain in Washington to a sunny
southern springtime with the tem.
perature around 70 degrees. The
weathe man also predicted "fair
and mild" for today.', :
,
Eisenhower's departure f r om
Washington yesterday was delay.
ed for 40 minutes for a confer.
ence with Secretary of State John
Ferster Dulles on rejection
the latest Russian counter rm.
posal on negotiations toward al
east-west Summit conference. t

LEGAL COSTS RISE

- TIT le- ", LONDON The high
in the nation's legal profes,i11,-;
will be to of suing is causing a recessi,-,1
However,
will be on a law circles reported yesterdai.
: They said only 387 eases were p,
next week ing ill the queen's bench diviAi. cf
ch., Muffalo, the high court and that a t..1
gib, Flint' of thein probably would be seto
la, N.Y. The tled out of court. Four years a
1"e' probably the judaes had a backlog of 2
is furtolighed cases. "There is no doubt t
not all' the there is a recession in ,
the-cit e one- hirh" law firm erooke.
more than said. The sole roasn is t',-;)
- nancial squeeze."

HOLLYV
danger of lo!
her shatterini,
girt a 'justifi
knife-slaying
,
, A juvenile
future at a t
,
IS expected 1
,
, JUdge Allen T
, possble courses:
He could tur
authorities for (
tion since the
, was not an ordi
2. He could ru
, of the court and
- er the girl ,shot
of Lana or Stel
- girl's father, or
tention home or
private home for
District Attorn
McKesson said I
not in favor of 1
yl after hearing
disclosed at the
t does not prosecul
free and probabl:
But McKesson
,opinion that Ct
better ,off in a
He indicat
think she shoo'.
tody of Lana, I
' or Crane.
' Crane said be
odoesn't really f
' he nor Lana shoi
- "There is noth
world I would lik
have custody of
- said..."But I do
sound as if f ,d(
znother, should,h1
pu'i me in a tou
' about a
with Lana
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' Gary Davis,-late
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2 : granted a visa t
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, The 36 year.
I' traveler who tor
' ,! to, become what
, 4 !,"wdrld citizen"
. tive land wifli
. less persons tral
William Bradt'
s' visa section of ti
" to become what
, i visa 'which will
, i, pain in the lib
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' 1 "According to,
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ealthy bride because of a vyul ...... ... .., ..i.:,:.........::.,-.::.::::-,:-,.::.-:N4.,........a::,:::.iz:..:.....,:,.;.,;.....::::.;!:,. i..:...:,.:i..,,,,...,;...,..::...1..:.,...,:.-:,:-!,...:::::,,.:::::::::,::....:,,.: .v: :...:::......?,1:- :....:.:::::..,:.:.::::if.i.:;,:;,...:..,.:...,.:::..m...fi.,:.;i:',.R: -: , :. A , ... .- ,. ,, ;, ', ..,
keecision authorizing her to -keep ,!."1.,:,....'..,.;.:,..7.:::,:.,''.::,.:,-;::::'.-:.;::::::::::"N:::;.4&V::q.:40.:.,,;,:3 :::..P..ii..:,...:IV;..1::-.0...:1;10:9-P:'-.,?;:','ii:::,.:',;:..0::A.::.4::::?:' .' HAVANA, April 12 (UP) ,:. Reports of a, rebel lan;. --'
Lsestimated 97,500 woral of jew ,,,,,..;..,,.ig;,....-::i:::.,....:.;.,:,..:.'.Ni:j,,:.,,;,'.: :'.:...";5:,.;:::::,,n:::,..,:;.',.;.' 0.;.,......c:;.?....:f,:,..:;::::-H,...::-.:,,i,;- ...,::,,:,::,4.,...:,.:...,::.....,-......,;..:,,,,:;:......,.:-,,...:?,,,:.,...,,.......4::,. .. f 6 6 : 6 1,
rperon.-., I .' : tt,4'''.';, ;.-:.,;.i..::.:.;-:.i.:,...::-,-:i,,i,:,: ,:-::::::. :::::-,:.:.:.,i:....
' and CaSil bestrowed upon ber t::,,,..,i,,,,.,,,,...,,:.,;,,,,...,,:,3,...4..i.iii.,,i,..,..,,,,,,..,:4 ,,,,,,,.....,.., iizzi:,...,...,7;;,..:,..,.. -s ,:.......,.....::,.,....:::,:,.I.:..........,::.:,...,:y.....,..,i6 .......,.::::,,..i.:,,...;,,,,.!k:,'.:::-.':,..".,,:;;:i.z:.(,r...,::..::...4,:;.1::,..?,;.10:4.4;:t.:4,,,,. 4 ing in Las Villas province and raids 'on our,cines in t i1 i, -,
:....,,,,,.,,,,...:-..,:::::,..,...,.::-,.:;..:,,:.u:i.:.:',,:,,.,::',!:.,.:-:..::!:;,:.:;:;;;:.:-.:,,:44'.:.:,:':12:';',':-2.1-:',:-':::,,-. area shifted the foctis of Cuba's revolt today to the cen- 'i
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;: :::..., ..,.....,;.:? ,:;2:.:;........,,...4.,:.,:.n..: ,.:,,.:..!:......,.,..::.,,.:..:::- tral sector or trus,sprawling, island 'nation, .., -... '-'.' ,, :-,',',.! ,,:,. :,:-..
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...::.'"::' -..::::'..:':.,:-",:'''''..;-::'' :,::::,".'14:::''' '' Pnvate advices reaching Havana businessmen teport '-
'4Carlos1! is it neighboi
lorida, friends of the f a m 1 1 y I
id The marriage-As' r expected ti........ ::,41:...:!20.,..:;;ty ,i.,.::::,.::::,:...1-::ii:..:in:,..ill-:,::::::::,.,
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"":!?::,: ::,:;'-1:;:i:-,:,;'ri :::::,::-:,::,:&,:,: ::i:::fv; ed "'heavy' fig hting7:at 'Sagua La Grande between,' loycl
take place hi the modest. villa ...4...:,..,,,:,:,,i...:1!..,,.....,.........:,....4. l-,-,,i,:....:,:.,....:::-..,a,m,.,,,::,.;,,:., .,i'-:' -:,..::.,: ..,A-si,:.,.-i.:... IS:::..i.,:,,,,..:,::;,..,,,,:!,.::: .:N-,,F-:,, t ,, ,,. , ,,
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lts-,''which ,. 'the ': courts ,, oegree ....,..---,,1::..,..:,,..:..,.,.,::::,:......,:,..,:J.....:.-....: ..:.,.i,...:..y.. ,.:.::::..:.;:....,,..:,.,:.,,:;:..:.:,..,,....,..,,....,...,
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Transport. which Controls the .. ,,,... d for L en d ely
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Gaither, new commander, in chief of t
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IN LIV COMMANDER' :., A, salute, is Jenddred as ,., the pint nonor, Fuar , ,,,-, c6 ,,
cOinmunique sot to Colon COMotery to r ",
reported 20 persons killed hi scat- their- last re
The tailwftymitl wantc, an
reviewing Stand in the front row
spocta to Luls i
crease of about, five per cent 1
of the Caribbean Air, Conimancl; Saluting fror,, ,,
ii, the second' row, are r, (left to .rightt 'Mal Gen. -, tered clashes In 'Oriente province, 'roles '.Musielior,,
are Gaither and Mal.-..Gen.Truman H Landon, com nder.
Juan r,,,
bring their pay np to the level
long the, principal ,,,enter, or rebel der Duque end Vire r
other nationalized and some
Adm. ,George H.' Wales.- commandant. of t 1 Di trict and Brig Gen. LOiris IT.L lgn-',', anfkriht ,
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By ROBERT C. MARK
bet you a short beer, Mac.
I'll bet you that next beptenwer
the moon'll wane as a point of
interest, that all this space talk
will have maae its exit, that the
feverish preoccupation with tne
recession will have joined the
moon in itz decline, and that
somebody like Willie Mays via
occupy the barroom conversa conversation.
tion. conversation. , ,
lvlayhe I'm just plain stupid,
but mayhe I make a few friends
by saying that I am sick unto
aeath of all this outer space talk
when we can't even run inner
space In any sort of olderty
manner. We talk about shooting
people to the moon, at a cost of
two billion dollars, and the air;
lines ha,ven't yet qieen able to
solve the problem of getting bag baggage
gage baggage on and off the non-jet
sh:ps which are still earthbound.
Frankly, ,' don't understand
nine-tenths of what the outer
space boys are ,.talking abont,
apogees anti perigees, and a
whole glossary Of new SNAFU
talk that, used to mean Sit Situation
uation Situation Normal, All Fouled. UP UPBut
But UPBut what I still don't dig is: Why
don't the' trains run on time?
Why is New York and Washing Washington
ton Washington brought to a standstill by a
little rain or shnow? Why do
Young turkeys tilt their beaks to
neaven and drown when it rains,
when yoil are depending on them,
for a Thanksgiving money crop?

, Twenty-five thousand miles
an hour don't mean nothin, to
your Ignorant correspondent,''
when you can't get from the
East Side to the West Side at
, ("heater time in less than a
light year. Orbit me no orbits,
deg-encumbered or' not Ask
MO quail shooter. such as Mr.
Bende Baruch, where you can
get: good half-trained point pointer
er pointer these days. ,
Mae, we are living in an age
when everybody is yakking it up
learnedly about the day after to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow when we ain't even got
yesterday beat to its knees. ;4
we can't handle ,a bunch of
young thugs who prevent decent
people frOm walking the streets,
and decent kids from being edu edu,
, edu, cated. We can't handle traffic or
1 hodhlms or overseas aid or siek
Presidents or the common cold,
All .,this space-cadet, stuff is a about
bout about to'bore the drawers off me.
And, Mac,, I ain't Jonesome.
There is at least one physicist,
President ,', Lee DuBridge of Cal
Tech, Who said. the same thing a
while back, including a very per pertinent
tinent pertinent point: Why bother to fret
ahout launching weapons from
the moon taking your stuff
240,000 miles away to ,,drop !an
egg on the earth when you can.
do It today with equal vehe-
menee on a target that's only 5,.
000 miles away in the, first I
place? ,'
' Dr, DuBridge mentioned that
it Would take five days get
your warhead back to earth from
the moon and "in that space of I
time trie war might well be over."
Amen, brother.,
'I mention weather as a prow.
ing case in common. Before we
give all our attention to being
off with Ahe birds, on a Super. 1
Cloud X, ,ean we not do aome.
thing about unseasonable snow,
continuous droughts, floods. and J
the other little homely cireum- 1
stances that ,prevent the great
thinkers from getting from home
to office?
' One, drop of rain kills move,
ment in big cities, and snow
mobilizes' practically 4 everyone.
'''11 ePret' keen the cabs mov moving
ing moving In Washington, what hap hapoens
oens hapoens Whenfluter space is ,,s0 I
loaded with drbiting objects that I
you. can't fight,your way through 1
the stratosphere? Where, is the
Plumber when the celestial pipes
bust? Off trunk On Mars, may maybe?
be? maybe? 4 '1
' A -whelenew language Is be beIng
Ing beIng built around all 'this outer i
Space stuff:with which we oe- 1
eupy OUT Ives today, and, in
the ,mea ime, nobody speaks 1
basic Eng eh. Whatever hap- I
pened to hi good five-cent
cigar,' or' t e balanced budget?
.1'be musl goes round and I,
roundo,o he ho ho, and it (
, comes out where, :'
- Any' Con ressional hearing'
these 'days ill give you enough c
nonsense t bust your kirdle.
without the roblem which 1
furisdietion outer: space : falls t
under, mints, y oreivit, I-low are e
we going to eep those runnerS
ou,t ,of the, g Is! stockings, yen' t
important' al ce the new ishoFt v
dresses are h e? p
I say leave thepciort damn h
moon alone 'u til you get a TY .1,
set that does t snoW :and' can (
teach the Virg la gitizens ;.who
work in Washingten how to drive t
without menating the lives of t
men from Mars. Meanwhile, ,5
Mae.' If it's an orbit you want, I(
kindly step outside. Or shut p.

,TEE BEST OF
-I took James Thurber to Bogue-.
te with me;' at least, I took the
best of James Thurber in a copy
of his "Alarms 'anti,Diversions.
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James, as I shall eaU him, was
with tne- at breakfast ,and oe
gallery, of my case; down A side
street and across from,Wing's Ho Hotel.'
tel.' Hotel.' I suspect that i passerby'
thought .The a bit tousl.when thiq
saw me laughing for ne'anparent
reason;' as I was alone 011 the bal balcony.
cony. balcony. :
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Ihe book, according to-the dust
cover is "a bctok for people who
like to laugh and, know, how ,to
think, selected from,' rtThurber;$
work over the last twenty years
My only disagreement with the
statement is that believe' that
"Alarms and Diversions".. can .be
enjoyed by "people whom it hurts
to think.'f
I may as well confess now 'as
will be evident throughout this
column ,' that' I am an ardent
Thurber fan. ln my book,' Thurb Thurber
er Thurber is one of the grebtest writers
of our time, and although
writing generally is dated, he isl
one of the great writers of any
time. Not only is he a great, vrit vriter,
er, vriter, but be is also a great humor humorist
ist humorist and satirist, both words', of
which he would disapprove. And.
as en artist he can do more with
fewer lines then. any picture-maker
past or present.
The book is full of Tkurber dogs.
The well fed and happy 'dogs tifl
Boquete remind me of Thurber'
dogs, although most o! 'rhurber's
dogs are sad. Maybe it is the
contrast. Then there are the draw
lugs in 'Thurber's New' Natural
Ilistory of such rare animals its
the Bodkin, the Chintz, the Goad,
the Tantamotint, the Scone end,
the Tiffin. I.

But'Thurber's fish are even rar rarer
er rarer than his aniMEIS and fouls.
Fot instance,' the female Saari
awl the male Sulk. the 'Dudgeon,
in, Qualm, the Glib and the Moot.
Ilia rare birds include the, Apo Apothecary,
thecary, Apothecary, the Scoutmaster, the
Hoodwink, the female ,Volt', the
litdf, the Peeve, and a garbia with
an Utter,in its ,claws.
, know a lucky Colombian0,1
who lives in Bogota. He was al
classmate of Thurber at Ohlol
State UniversitY., lie has a file of
Thurber letters. ,They nsually
came- but oncd a 'year, but they
must have beett worth waiting for.
Until Thurbrs sight Vegan to fail,
they.' were illustrated Iiiitli.Thurb Iiiitli.Thurber
er Iiiitli.Thurber drawings.
Thurber's' dimtning ,sight 'IS a
tragedy not sa much 'for ,Thurber,
who takes it bravely', but for peg pegple
ple pegple "who like to laugh and know
how to think," and there may be
more., of them then you Suspett.
One of the best pieces in the book
, "The First Timer I Saw Pa Paris,"'
ris,"' Paris,"' in which he writes; "The last
time I' say", Paris, e or beard dr
,5ented the city, iinCO was nO
longer able to see the ladiriarics,,
was in the summer of 1

He was Paris the first timc as
a code clerk in the diplomatic scr-I
. vice in the first World War.' Al
mistake in decocting a cable request
tor ten code books to ten code
clerks got Thurber his job. ,, He
doesn't say whether or not he lik liked
ed liked the job, but it is evident that
he liked Paris. By present stand standord.,:
ord.,: standord.,: Thurber would be a "secu "security
rity "security risk", but he got to Paris
without being "cleared for Op
I secrete: He:e?cplains that the I
: tne American were so naive
1 that "they feared the enenoy more
wan they did each ether.'
Jhurbei knew French and soon
, kiiew the French people. He spent
much orhis spare time acting as
interpreter and guide for Ameri American
can American soldiers on leave.,11e tetts of
one French girl swho 'married 4
soldier from Iowa. she had learn learned
ed learned het English. by reading, not
Walter Winchell, but a guydnam'
ed Shakespeare...,He says her

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English was jquaint 'and wonder.
'Jul to bear, but' he wondered what
Wiry would think of it, in Iowa.
'''How goes the night?" she
asked zne once, nhe raYs, right otit
of Macbeth, to whielt was prod prodly,
ly, prodly, able to reply, ;'The moon, is
down, 1 have not heard the clock,
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ne could hardly ask for greater
variety 'than is found between the
eovors of 'Alarms and Diversions'
Thurber was also It top reporter.
Two Pieces, '"Two O'Clock at the
Metropole about the Herman
Rosenthal murder in 1912, aid
"A Sort' ,of Genius," about thel
murder,N,'are, examples
of his work as a reporter and or
excellent reporting.
:
, Alarms and Diversions," ii zut
a' book to liorrow from a libtarY
9r a friend. It book -le own
arid ltecp' and to-4;1re to' friends
on any-occasion. 4

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'Every private soldier, it used
to be saiu, carries a field mar marshal's
shal's marshal's baton in his knapsack. Ba Batons
tons Batons may be less universally co coveted
veted coveted to-day; but ambition still
burns in the humble breast.This
week it is not private sokliers
I,am thinking, but of a vast ar army
my army of folk simi' arty at the bottom
of the ladderthose who are end ending
ing ending their school days in Braitain.
; in more and more of their knapsacks,-
or satchels, you are likely
to find a "Dip. Tech." This recently-established
Diploma in Tech
Inology ,is one of the symbol:
of Britain's great current, drive
for technical education. The proud
holder of a Dip Tech. earns it
on the successful completion of a
course at a technical college ap approved
proved approved by the new National Coun Council
cil Council for Technological 'Awards, and
can count himself the equivalent
in ,status, to a University .honours
degree graduate.
.'.Thus far has 'technology' td tdNanced
Nanced tdNanced in the United Kingdom
since the slays, when only a Uni University
versity University degree,' preferably Arts,
admitted a man or women to the
upper decks of learning and, cul cultural
tural cultural distinction.
, SO Mit A CHOICE ,--, 1

,Technology, and' industry gene generally,
rally, generally, are clamouring for youth.
But the problem lacing the majo majority
rity majority ci,,, boys and gals, and their
. paeents, is the ,choice of a career
frt.in among so many. How can
a youngster raw from the- class classroom
room classroom size ,up ,the prizes dangled
so enticingly by the competitive
separate occupations are dealt
with in 'as many booldets issued'
by Britain's Youth EMployment
Service.. ', t, ,. -- , '
. Many schools 'have ap'pointed
careers masters who flit between
school and Prospective employers,
visiting' factories, consulting indi individual
vidual individual managements 'and collect collecting
ing collecting informations from various out outside
side outside bodies,, all for the purpose el
giving pupils individual advice a about
bout about specific occupations. ,-' ,
, This week there are some re remarkable
markable remarkable testimonials from the
industries themselvesi setting out
the prOspects fo,' yourig people in,
a "careers in Industry" supplem supplement
ent supplement issued on three consecutive
days by t'The Times" newspaper.
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I, GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES
As "The 'Times" 'points out,
there are few jobs, in modern, in inI
I inI dustry for which a newcomer is
',mantled by :formal educatior
alone. But Britain's industries are
'rffering ,not only jobs, but oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities to train for themin most
eases in industry'a time and at
,.: lu,31, 's c ; ense,' -I
1 To take an example.' In most
brancheS of mechanical engineer-.
ing, a boy leaving school at 15 or
16 has .his anprenticeship training
spread over five years. One whole
day a meek he will be released
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office space. new beauty and utility

office space. new beauty and utility
- have been added in the latest models. Their economy
-and practicability wi amaze you. 1
Our Representative will be glad to heliyOu achieve tailor made working areas;

rom work for technical school
classes. with one or two evenings
also thrown in. Nothing need bar
him from high academic qualifi qualifications.
cations. qualifications. There is also the "sandwich''
scheme, increasingly popular, in
which the student apprentice work
half the year in the factory and
halt at a technical college.
Candidates for the upper engineer-
ing levels are given a year in
a factory before going to the Uni University,
versity, University, followed b a further year
after graduation. s.
From atomic energy to mal-min
ing, from plastics to banking, as
supply to electronics every oc occupations
cupations occupations seems to be wooing of
with evangelistic ardour.,
Nuclear' research clamours for
young engineers to turn scient scientists'
ists' scientists' dreams like Britalifs fa fabulous
bulous fabulous ZETA into practical
shape. Posts worth up to $5,600
a year ate promised to honorous
graduates mho enter -atomic re-
search at Harwe
, HEAVY ,INDUSTRIES
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-- Iron and steel which have re recently
cently recently been beating all production
records, find the 300,000 people al al'ready
'ready al'ready in the industry not enough;
the call goes out for enlineering
apprentices, chemists, metallugi metallugiists
ists metallugiists and mathematicians. -
, Coal-mining, the bais of
tain's economy,. is spending $2,
800,000,000 in developemtn in the
ten 'years eliding 1956. A big je jemand
mand jemand is for engineers who
also be managers. By la, col colliery
liery colliery manager must be a qualified
mining engineer.
',Young men and women sre want wanted
ed wanted for power generation, whether
nuelear energy, water, steam, oil k
ot gas turbine. And the gas indus industry,
try, industry, no longer ,a supplier, of light,
but of heat, has increa-sed its out-
Mit for industry by 60 pe'r cent
in the past ten years, ind now
eqs for girl its well as boy traih!
- -.e'or the oil industry it is claimed
that, tnot ZETA and atomic enr enrgy
gy enrgy are likely in the ,foreseeable
tuture to oust petroleum from its
key pOsition in the supply uf power
to the limed." So the ,plea goes
forth for budding geologists and
geophysicists, refinery engineerS
and chemists,' , accountants,
salesman and adMiniStrittOrS. The
call is .noC only for graduates and
professional men, but boys fresh
from .school
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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
That textiles were thoaght not'
to be so exciting as.some other
occupations is, the reason given,
for the shortage of young scientists
and technologists hi the cotton
and man-made fibre industries.
3ut in reality the textile field is
absorbingly interesting, with new
developments in automation, elec.
tronic control, 'high temperature
processing and other modern tech-.
niques demanding ,highly-trained
specialists. , :
- "An exciting futUre'r IS the pro-
mise he'd out in plastics, which,
incidentally, origirgted in Britain
as far back as 1865, when Alexand Alexander
er Alexander Parkes of Birmingham made
synthetic ivory, using nitro-cellu-
lose..--
All these! careersand the
youth of Britain have touched on
only a percentage of jobs awaiting
their choice in this technological
age. Teleconimunications, rail railways
ways railways and the motor industry, ship
yards, ,aircraft civil engineering
and,the vast building trade, are
ail seeldng youthful recruits.
And to top it allmanagement.
As a ,man r progresses, more and
more of ,his time is taken up with
responsibility, 'or the ,work of oth others.
ers. others. The ,British Institute of Mile Milenagement
nagement Milenagement lists over 800 separate
courses at Universities and tech technical
nical technical colleges for managers of the
future.
',The chance 'of a namager's chair
Is said ,to be implicit in, almost
every career dealt with in this
fascinating guide. And so we are
back with the, private soldier and
his field marshal's baton.

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some eye-eatching ,acrobatics iv
aboard the liner United States
in New York Harbor. 'A, coin- '7--. ','
edy high-wire act from 'Han- -' i
over, Germany, the Pedrolas
came to the Unfted States ta
appear with a circus.

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who lost both arms because of gangrene when he 'was 13, has
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saying thaL I am sick unto '.,, -- 1 i t .''
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: s'Oh, it' just a little -cheese bought for you at the' mar.
kit,": says Angela yalentine,ta the perennial "tome, Charles
got the job because I was allergic to igg-white:':explainsShirley'Ann yir to. Earl Alm' , , r ;
quist, as Charles Walsh looks on., , , ,, ,L :, :

Wals11.:

- .Fascinated bythe way his wife's min wor s, an uneasy hus and we know has
given-us this example onf what he hasito be on'guard against.

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stock from both. Panama
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Yes? A nominal expenditure
- saved her .the cost of 2 ..new
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-,After'reading the above, you mai find yourself in the mood to do
Ausiness.", lf, so, plum visit us and let us ,tell:you how 'we' can'
',deliver a good new car to you in three daysi..and if 'you plan to
visit New,York in the Summer, we ,will have your broken-in car
waiting for you at the pier ready totake you anywhere you wish.
, Let us talk about the possibility ,of a- Strike 'next June..
Me want to Make you' feel liappy sclou can'tell your friends "I
have the, lest car and the best service'in the Areal"

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Tender Trap" opens tomorrow
tight, at the Theatre Guild Play Playhouse
house Playhouse in Ancon, with Kathy
er as director and Joe Grills as
stage manager. It will run through
Saturday.
Written by Max Shulman and
Hobert Paul Smith, the play des describes
cribes describes the comic antics of a de dedical,ed
dical,ed dedical,ed bachelor to wriggle out
4 of the marriage traps set for him
by a collection of lonely 'career
girls who have several things in
common: they are pretty, they
I are talented, and they are desper
ate for a husband, Their detertal detertalnation
nation detertalnation to snag a spouse at any
cost recalls the prayer tradition traditionally
ally traditionally offered to St. Catherine, 'pa 'patron
tron 'patron saint of unmarried girls:
"St. Catherine, St. Catherine,
, oh, lend me thine sid,
And grant that I never may
'; die an old maid. '
A husband, St. Catherine, and
make him a good one,
, But any, St. Catherine, is bet bet'
' bet' ter than none.
Handsome, St. Catherme,
Rich, St. Catherine,' :

Young, St. Catherine,
Soon, St. Catherine."
A the opening 'of the play, the
bachelor played by Charles Walsh
is.enjoying himslef thoroughly as
the girls ply him with telephone
calls, gifts of food and LP re records,
cords, records, and offers to tidy up his
apartment
Complicatidis start with the vi visit
sit visit of the bachelor's m a rr le d
friend, played by Earl Almonist,
who-, out of some connubial weari weariness,
ness, weariness, first marvels at and then
comes to deplore the ungallant
insoticiance with ,winch his pal
accepts the attentions of such love lovely
ly lovely and marriage-anxious ladies
without accepting any 'responsibi 'responsibility
lity 'responsibility for Ahem.
'Kathy Kade will be seen as 'a
charming, and aeemingly most mostchndidate
chndidate mostchndidate 7 to lead
the bachelor eventually the au author.
thor. author. Shirley Ana' Meyer is Cast
as a beautkd and resolutl young
woman oncumbered by no silly
notions about any car er axctpt
that of capturing a map.

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Kathy Km le will be seen as a
charmmg, and aeentinvy most
cstieoista to lead the
bechelor eventually to the altar.
Shirley An .NIeyer is cast as a
beautiful and resolute young wo woman
man woman encumbered by no siVy no notions
tions notions about any career except
that of -caprinng a man. I
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Angela 'Valentine Ind Edna Ling
are two other charmers who a avidly,
vidly, avidly, pursle the lost cause of try trying
ing trying to !lid ir scluee 'he ba bachelor
chelor bachelor into maIlmeny. Hal Co,d.
nough, as logged young se5'ent se5'ent1st
1st se5'ent1st who really wants family
completes taat.

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The modern bachelor apart-, I
Ment, designed by Bruce Quinn
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and constructed by a crew bead,-
ed by Ed Mac Tittle, maintains
the Theatre Guild's reputation for
distinctrve Ana eye-catching stage

Harry; I don't ,ur nders.t d hy'
keep,lopking at:me like tht."
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- They' have a'1957 car. A dealer has offered tIlieni $2000 for-it,toward'a $3000
1958 mode1166ving onlyi1000,t,be Opid for the new' car,, Thcit'also happps- to
- be'thi.sciMe am'ount they still', o'we,the fincthCe company on their'present
'wife' is cp- nyince0, they can gt.t116.:new' car,''clear Ofdebiti withoat'
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Reservations for "The Tender : ,
Trap" may beobtallied by calling In Imo of the hilarious episodes of The Tender Trap," Hat
Mrs. Dnorothr,Thorntorn at Bal Ctoodnough threatens Charles Walsh with a goodpunch in
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BRADENTON, Fla. (1.1') A
young former Holiness Church
preacher, apparently angry be because
cause because his estranged wi.e would
not return home with him, shot
her to death yesterday then
' wounded her father and younger
brother.
Manatee County Sheriff Roy
Baden said Farrell Dempsey Kelly
27, of Frostproof, shot Mrs-, Ger Geraldine
aldine Geraldine Kelly, 24, through the chest
with a .22 caliber bullet shortdy
after midnight.
Baden said that when the wo woman'a
man'a woman'a father, Mike Wilson, and
her brother, Dan WilS011, 16, tried
to interfere, Kelly shot the, father
through the stomach and the
brother in the right thigh Her
father was in' good condition at
a local hospital and her brother
was treated for a flesh wound and
released. f
The sheriff "said the shooting
occurred when Kelly came to the
Wilson home at the Cortez Beach
community to talk his wife into
returning to their Frostproof
home. She had moved in with her
father. about two weeks ago ago'
' ago' After an argument and a' scuffle
Baden said Kelly shot hit ivife'
and then turned the gun, on the
other two before they had time
to defend themselves.
Kelly, an employe of a Mulberry
furniture store who hasn't preach preached
ed preached in about three year, drove off
in a ear but was nabbed'by, offi officers
cers officers near Mulberry.' He is being
held on an open charge pending
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tight, at the Theatre Guild Playl esodidite to lead the 1 ; 1 Manatee County Sheriff ,Aloy 1 LAI1P 1
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Kntlirtiow itho airitt DIV him wtth tplenhtmelman encumnerea ny no slry no- i I mut a .zz catioer Duite buoriay 1 isavect tacr.boc comb oL .Avvy

by Iasi Shulman and' calls: gifts- -of food and re-I tions about any career except after midriipt:. 11 1 tampst.' :
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, Robert Paul Smith, the play des-leords, and uffers tostidy up hisithat orcdPrInng man. it : I 22a,c1E IljtaT ulgat.wntrinuut' ..w.."; II I T- i I

tribes the comic antics of a de-I apartment. 1,111121 I,twAc,;.sf.wg:,,,,u...uttif Iliu 11 1 at, u au tux vsta smaaakr I

dica;ed bachelor to wriggle out1 1 Angela veientmp Ina Lona,bang iyer, u,rouler, ta,...1cu , OLlastlet , ; I

4 of the marriage traps set for him Complicatiofis start with the vi are two other cnarmers it- ). tu interieret nruy W"Ir
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through the stomach and the
guis who have several things in friend, played by Earl Almquist, ing to !lid ir seduce 'he t brother in the right thigh. Her ,
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nation to snag a spouse at any insonciance with ,which his pal completes ;,." I.M3T. 1
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tron saint of unmarried girls' without acceDtinf any ,resnonsibi ment designed by Bruce Quum k s Wilson home et the Cortez Beach une Clamitare ana atanie clumuning otore '
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'1St. Catherine, St. Catherine, :, , ed by Ed MacIfittie, maintains 1 returmng to their Frostproof
home. She had moved in with her FREE! '6'Chicol' de ORO STAIIPS I )1
fth MP thin 'Kathy Itatip will ha 110011 at ea the Theatre Guild's reputation for

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die an old maid. I eandidate : to lead sets. I B d 7;vies.1 I

A husband, St. Catherine, and ithe bachelor eventually to the au-I ( I and then turned the gun, on the '
make him a good one, thor. Shirley Ann Meyer ts Cast' Reservations for .."The Tender ,,, , , I other two before they had time! ) 1, )

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',' Mrs. Morgan Smith Will
, Address Amador Wives )
A Mrs. Morgan Smith will be guest
' sPeaker at the Fort Amador
cers Wives' Club luncheon to be
held Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.' at
the Fmt Amador Officers' Open
Mess., Mrs. John ,,, C. Nickerson,
program -chairman, will introduce
,Mrs. Smith, who will discuss "Ear "EarCimarrones.
Cimarrones. "EarCimarrones. ,
'', A brief business meeting will be
' :conducted by Mrs. Joseph R. Wal
ton, president, who will -also pre pre'sent
'sent pre'sent the wives of the 15h Naval
ind Marine officers. Mrs.
'Thomas L. Harrold, honorary pres president,
ident, president, will introduce, Mrs. Ridge ly
aither, wife of Lt. Gen. Ridge ly
'Gaither. commander in chief Ca
pbbean Command.
Allostesses for the luncheon will
lbw. wives of the officere,of the G
,a Section...Mrs. Albert C. Davies
'chairman Reservation;
ilay be made until noon, Monday,
y calling Mrs., Joseph Brigandi
'tat $12-5234. ,
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:Assn House Tuesday.
Children's Hama At,
4 A An open house will be held Tues.
',1lay from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Bella
Nista Children's Home in commen commen.oration
.oration commen.oration of the 36th anniversary of
4ts foundia. The Home is located
pn Calle 46, 4-74, in Panama.
' Thei Cathedral of St. Luke in
Ancon' Is a spobsor of the orphan orphanoge,
oge, orphanoge, and the Plinalnit Canal Chap Chap-
- Chap- terrnaughterS or. the, American,
Revolution, maintains a dormito:
rythere...
" fr' d d
AU ten s an persons interest
ed in. the Home are cordially
tyited to attend.

IV CARIBBEAN COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF'
MRS. GArrHER HONORED AT RECEPTION
Lieutenant General and Mrs, Ridge ly Gaither wen
honored guests at-a formal reception tendered by the Um
, eft States Army Caribbean Command at the Fort Amador
' Officers, Open Mess last evening. 0, ,
The new Comniander-in-Chief of the Cadbbean Com Comnand
nand Comnand and Mrs. Gaither arrived in ,the, Canal Zone, Friday
ratternoon. s -
Among the guesti were military and cAllian dignitaries1
'from the Canal Zone, Republic of Panama, and Other- Latin
- American and European countries.

TEEtIO BOOSTER DAIICE
APRIL 18th, 1,938 8:00 pot. to 1 :00 am.
DOOR ItylliZE FLOOR SIIOW
- 2 BANDS 2
LUCHO AZCARRAOA AND AL MARTIN'S DEP CATS
,
Dance will be held at Teen Club
Roosevelt Avi. a Balboa Road
p. Bress is oitionalno Jeans or Shorts (please)
Food at popular prices.
Help raise funds for the completion of the
, TEENO Building.
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'Huy Jour Tieketi Now. A t $1.00 Per Person
This dance is for Mults and Teenagers

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2-0740 sr zour i0 a.ao- oot

Arts And Cratts Exhibit
Set Far Thursday at JW8
The Arts and Crafts Group r;
the ,Balboa Woman's Club ,will
hold their annual exhibit on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at the .TWB-USO on La Boca
Road from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Many interesting and unusual hand
crafted articles will be on display
and hostesses will, be on hand to
explain the craft work. A number
of door prizes have been donated
by members of the group and the
drawing wili take place at 9 p.m,
Refreshments will 'be ,served
throughout the day. 6
Members of the Armed Forces
and the general public are invited
to attend. There will be, no charge
for admission.

Orchid Society To Hold
Charity Balt and Card Party
The annual charity ball and elm;
party sponsored by the Ors hid
Chapter No OES, ,will be held
April 28 from 8 p.m. imtil m d dnight
night dnight at the Tivoli Gueit House.
The purpose of the affair is to
raise money for charieis. T h
door prize will be sterling silver
tea and coffee service and there
will be individual table prizes.
Tickets at $1.00 per person maY
be purchased from members of
the Chapter or at the door. The
public ts cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. -

Margarita Cub Scouts
Holt Pack Meeting At Gaist,
Last Saturday motning 'Cub
Pack No, 1 of Margarita held Its
March Pack ,meeting at Galeta
Point.' Each den built its own
campfire and roasted hot ,dogt
and cooked hamburgers.
The following boys recevied s'

lwards earned' during March: Wolf
badge;, Rollin De Frees, James
Hotsko and Charles Pritham. Bear
Badge:- Hiram Robinson and Don-,
ald Miller. Silver Arrows: Wayne
Smith, Butch Levin, 43 ernard
Mans,-, Robert Johnson and Rocky
Mason. Gold Arrows: Rollin De
Freest; James Hotsko and Butch
Levin, tone Year Pins: : George
Kredell; Ronalth' Cooper. Leonard
Hutt and ,Matlhew ', Baas. Two
Year -Pins: David Coffey, James
Bedsworth and Joseph Stepenson.
ion Jorstad received a T s e
Year Fin.
Marine Gesink was inducted as
a Bobcat and assigned to Den No
4 and,lhomas R., McLean, became
a Bobcat in Den No. 2. -
James Bedsworth and Ion Jot,
stad attained the age of eleven
during )-arch and were accepted
as Tenderloot,Scouts in Troop No.
1 at a campfire ceremony on
Tuesday evening, Aprii 1 while the
troop was on a three day camp campout
out campout on the,shore of Gatun Lake.
The next Pack Meeting will be'
held ,Ori Saturday, Ap r 26 fit
which' time Cubs and Boy' Scouts,
will plant Teakwood trees with
the assistance of Mr.' Virgil' Reed
of the Panama Canal Grounds Di,
vision, The theme for April is,
Zeeping America Beautiftd."
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Exhibit of Engravings
At University of Panama
Tomorrow evening at six o'e,loet
an ethibition of 25 engravings
which', were 'previously 4 displayet..
in the Museum of Modern Art ,in
New York will go on display in the
exhibition room in the adminis administration.,
tration., administration., building at the University
The -exhibit will be open to the
public during this this meek.
Honored At Luncheon
Mrs. Adela G. de Hernandez of
Panalha whe Will be leaving fol
Europe in the near future will be
honored guest tomorrow at a
luncheon in the Union Club. -;-
Hosts Will be members oU her
covirtittee of the Inter American
Woman's Club. Mrs.. Hernandez
was chairman of the committee
which has becn active for the past
four years in buildino a wing for
retarded, children at the State Psy Psychiatric
chiatric Psychiatric Hospital. .

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DISTRESS SIGNAL.More
often than not, Manager Jack
Tighe of t,he Detroit Tigers has
been a picture of despair dur during
ing during exhibition games. The
Tigers will have to do
better in regular season .play.1

T..E. OGLESBY, outgoing President of the American Society bestowi upon Elton Todd the
Society's medal' of-cutstanding achievements or his untiring work in perpetuating- the- ob objectives
jectives objectives Of the Society. Witnessing the presentation of the medal is R. L.Dehlinger, incom incoming
ing incoming Pretident.., The medal:was presented at the annual meeting of tbe American Society' held n
Monday At the Panama Obit Club. 'Todd wal President of the Society in 1956. d

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TASTES BETTER

' Beside Maria, Inmaeulada! School ,,'
- :',' 1. i 12 1 .: .,', ; i 0 J.(' f. 1 1 i',:i c;
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' -:' 0 SHOE'S''''-''-
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' '' ' $14 00 t '' $110 00

.0. SANDLER SHOES ''-
'redu.ced from,1750 to $a.00
0' D R ES S E ; ,
, Beautiful styles swel'eolors ,
Cocktails' :and:Cotton's

PIN-UP BOY Ted Allen Carpenter, son of Maj., Carpenter, proudly pins ft, new
gold leaf on his father's collar. Carpenter was honored at a brief cerelilony in the office of
Col. Rabat W. Garrett, commanding officer, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry. Carpenter is
the executive officer at the jungle Warfare Training Center. Looking OA' are' Col. Garrett
and Mrs. Carpenter, (U.S. Army Phete)-,,,;, ', '

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 12, slani also be
New, sightings of Russia's satellite is
doomed dog-carrying satellite Sput
nik indicated it Will plunge to a '''
fiery death 'in the earth's atmos JORDAN GE
phere after midnight toni gh t, sation.
Smithsonian 'Astrophysical Obser AMMAN,
vatory announced today. United:Statel
'The Sputnik II had been expect- pounds of w
ed- to die ,about 9 Rpm. but Oh- gift to Jord
servations, bp England's Joddrell the 11.S.
Bank radar station now indicate terday.
it has a "little longer lease on )
life," John White, tilrector of in At said the
formation said. uted among 1
He said moonwatch teams don's bordei
Diroughout the world would be,on Med to lea
the alert" for, the final plunge.A aboard ,the
"If it falls as we now expect sometime- be
sometime between midnight andApril
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dawn Sundayo it,yrhbahly: will notir 1
fall within view of the Unite diVckrgasinternis
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States," lie said. But he added
"during its final minutes of life it
might easily plunge off-course --,
and there wouldibe no telling
where it would fill then." 1
Dispatches of Tess, the Ruisian
news agency, indicate tbe !Bus
siani also believe the death of thel
satellite fa "very near," he said

JORDAN GETS IFL,OUR
zation.
AMMAN, jordan (Up Th'e
United2States'is shipping 2,000,000
pounds of wheat and flour as a
gift to Jordon's needy families,
the U.S. Emboss); announced yes
terday '
At said the wheat, to be distrib
uted among 10,000 ,familits in Jor Jordan's
dan's Jordan's border areas, 'was ,:sched
uled to leave Baltimore, s
aboard ,the freighter Marat;to
sometime- between, Apr111-18 and

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ONLY 6 HOURS ', T LOWEST FARES
Coinections, Mexico for 811' of North America
CONSUL' 1141'0Uft IfItAITEL.AGEN'f:

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Teachingi Peruvian
Me mai, Personnet
' Col. -Joseph H. Vivas, assigned
tci Gorgas Hospltal as an intern internist,
ist, internist, is in Lima, Peru, as an ad advance
vance advance 'member of a .t.I.S. Army
medical mobile training team.
The Army representative is In Instructing
structing Instructing selected Peruvian med medical
ical medical personnel of a new Army
bospltal in Lima.'
He will return tb the Canal
Zone about May 1.

Serviced Regularly,
by our trained carbureter,
, mechanic.' t
You'll get moie mtlesper
gallon of gasoline and
'-: smoother engine operation.--

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federal iuz-e ye,'erLiay warneo
he would oeclare a mistrial for
James R. Rolla, accused of wire wiretap
tap wiretap conspiracy. unics the Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan CommittJ discontinued
its teamsters union hearings un until
til until after the trial.
Holia, Teamsters Union boss.
and two others are scheduled for
trial Monday before federal
Judge John M. Cashin. A Senate
committe on impropL
in the labor and management
field has scheduled a hearing in
Philadelphia nrxt week involving
tbe Teamsters Union.
Cashin said that he wanted to
see Hoffa get a fair trial. Both
Holla and the Teamsters Union
are intertwined, Cashin said.
Al can't be anymore explicit
and e. l't be any fairer,1: Cash Cashin
in Cashin said. "Hoffa and the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union are bound together
just like links in a chain and I
don't think there should be any
hearings involving,,them- until
this trial is over."
- The judge added: "I can'tTon

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Nr: ,r1 Yel-1:.:, April l'2 (UP)--A, trol the committee but I can
ederal iuz-e yez,:,erda warnedco,,t;:ol my oAn cokirt. Lecause I
Le would declare a mistrial for understand the ftwo are bollzci
ames R. Hotta, accused of v,ire- together, I won't hesitate Lye
ap conspiracy. unIcs the Mc- minutes to declare, a mistrial."
qellan CommiLt.J discontinued The declaration by Cashin fol.
',,s teamsters union hearings un- lowed a motion by defer-- Colin..
il alter the trial. sel to dismiss because of the re reHolia.
Holia. reHolia. Teamsters Union boss. lease of a recent int,7rim report
nd two others are scheduled for bY the subcommittee that put
rial Monday before federal Hoffa and the Teamsters Union
udge John M. Cashin. A Senate in a highly unfavorable lin'", A
ommitte on improps ---vities second motion for dismissal was
ield has scheduled a hearing In mittee counsel Robert Kennedy
a the labor and management based on a speech made by com-'
Ihiladelphia next week involving in Detroit, In which lie referred
be Teamsters Union. adverself to Hare i
Cashin said that be wanted to The third motion was for $
ee Hoffa get a fair trial. Both severance by Hoffe't t''-'o code codere
re codere intertwined, Cashin said. prasident of Teamsters LOcal 337
Idle and the Teamsters UniOn fendants, Owert B. Brennan,
Al can't be anymore explicit of Detroit, and wiretap' exPert
,nd I e, i't be any fairer,1: Cash- Bernard Spindel, on ground they
a said. "Hoffa and the Team- could not1get a fair trial if they
ters Union are bound together were, associated with Hoff& ,-
ust like links in a chain and I The three were Indicted !"."11-
on't think there should be Srly legedly putting taps on tele teletearings
tearings teletearings involving,,,,,them- until PhOnes In ) Detroit teamsters
his trial is over.' .. headquaKers. The first trial last ,'
boetifoonres
The judge added: "I ean'tT. on- E ptember, ended in a hung Stay
i
,....--::: zt: .v and a .. trial waiset for Man.,.
,twheouldbrreuelein
4,1 Aril ,. -,.' fr,-",,-,---ftwrn, daY. Meanwhile, Cashin reserved
, Ft ., tifl a , ,,, ;it Adneedis,Tald 0. htle,
&it 14 L.1-, 4 the trial opened.
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' UNITARIAN SQCIETY -. 1 4C1S 1111! 01I ccrs
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UNITARIAN SQCIETY to t r
Anon licui End I rs
Mrs. Edris Butler, member of ti to I ttiatiof
the education department start t
of Point Four in Panama will Thomas E. Oglesby, Paul Side.
conduct the services at the Uni- botham, J. J. Plaia, Joseph Har Hartarian
tarian Hartarian Center, 362 Ancon Blvd. rington, and W. C. Schmitt were
SundAy morning at 10.30. elected to the Board'of Directori
Mrs. Butler will neer A short of the American 41, of the
paoer entitled "The Puerto Ri- Republiv of Panama for two twocan
can twocan Role in International CoAl- year terms by members of the
eration," which was written and SoCiety at the annual meeting
presented on Jan.,17 by Puerto held Monday at the Parma Golf
Rican G tor Luis Mufio, Ma- Club.
rin. Juan Silva, teaching direc- Officers elected' by the new
tor of equcation in rural Point board were R. L. Dehlingert ores:
Four in Panama and a Ive of Went; W. C. Schmitt, vice-oresPuerto
Rico will be present te ident; Myron Fisher, secretary,
answer quer'on followinft th0 and I,: A. Gomez, trf-,Porer.
servir-. C. A. Batalden will be The annual meeting WPS ope
in charee of the service, ,, of the best attended in 'many
All interested nersons in the years and members were treated
Canal Zone and in Panama are to a buffet supper, refreshments,
invited to attend. , ar ',,,,ntertainment.

NEW -YORK,. Apia 32 UP)
Blame women for men's lack 'of
style and 10'141 e' oln
"Meh, buy, fewer clothes be because
cause because on klbalning
and usl.tip the" budget( money: An
if men don't i lon, they don't
learn' ,abouout fashion,' k sale
Sylvan Cnirtrr of New
York,' one of 10 housewives a".
pointed as 110-t,rs 'to a chain
of men's wear Cores (Broad (Broadstreet's).
street's). (Broadstreet's). Male interest in fashion aim.
lags because men don't have the'
competition in dress ,that
do, she said: Aden's wear shoultt
become more .competitive, anti
the fashion world should try to'
educate men...not women, because
the gals have -a natural st yle
sense, she added,
'-, The firm set up the allgirl-advisors
board (all- are wives of
e

MEETINGS

, Each notice foe tnclusion to this
asinine should be submitted in
tvee-written form end mailed
the box number listed daily in le-.
cis! and Othenvise." or delivered'
by hand to the office. Notices ot
'meetings ,cannor be ,eccepted
telephone. A
Meanat Association
To Meet At qoreas
The 616th theeting of the Atedi Atedical
cal Atedical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be held in Ward
17 et Gorges Hospital, Wednesday
at 7 p.nt, The scientific program
"Herottitis' Wilt be presetned by
Dr., Juan Correa of Gorges.
A buffet dinner preceded by re-:
freshments will be served at 7

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Local AFL-CIO Arnred Forces.-
Erni:6y To Meet Tomorrow-
'Local 907, AFSCME, AFL CIO,
Armed Forces Employes, in ,' the
Panami Canal Zone, has called a
general meeting of all members
of this Union for Monday at 4:00
P.m., et the Union's headquarters
above the Ancon laundry.
' The electionscommittee expects
'ountual attendance so as to Worm
tha, members of prensrations for
the coming election of Officers for
Panama Consumers'
Co-Op Meets Tomorrow
The Fourth General Assembly
meeting of tbe Panama Consum Consumers'
ers' Consumers' Co-Operative will be held at
the Sojourners' Hall on "P" Street.
above the Apollo .Theater, on
Monday. e
The meeting Will begin at 1:30
n.m. All'Inembers and friend are
irtited to attend. ,(
-
,Thomas 'Smith
Lt. Frank Malone
Receive Promotions
Two officers Of U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean received notice of their
promotiOn Friday:Named to the
rank of captain were lst Lt.
Thomas R. Smith, ist Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, and ist Lt. Frank C. Malone,
LIZ Army Advi'nr Grorp, Puer Puerto
to Puerto Eau). ,------

-Thomas E. Oglesby, Paul Side.-
botham, J. J. Plaia, Joseph Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, and W. C. Schmitt were
elected to the Board'of Directors
of the American 41, of the
Republiv of Panama for two twoyear
year twoyear terms by members of the
SoCiety, at the annual meetintz
held Monday at the Par-Tna Golf
Officers elected' by the new
board were R. L. Dehlinger, pres president;
ident; president; W. C;Schmitt, vice-oresident;
Myron Fisherr secretary,
and L: A. Gomez, trP.',Purer.
The annual meeting was ope
Of the best attended in 'many
lyears and members were treatPd
Ito a buffet supper, refreshments,
,nr ntortablw.,n

lothing

.10

custoiners),1tO hcfp' blher women
their hushats into well welldressed
dressed welldressed men. The womln will coun counscs
scs counscs she rstotT on special sery'p--
ati,V tet PA1 Ofi,v1",.,i; hoard' for.
lashlon information 'geared' to in in'
' in' terovt wives. ' :
"More' than 57 per cent of all
men's suits tvi outer coat sale
are made with women present.
Women buY close to 75 per cent -,
of all 'men's accessories and oth other
er other funishinto.", said Ralph Schneid-
er. store president.
"That's' because women', F are
smarter about clothes thatt nien.
They know, that a' good imprea
sion begins and ends with' 7 the
clothes on bis back,".' Schneider
added.

:The firm conducted, a survey 'of
custoloser's wives to find out how
wOmen, went., their, men to look.
"Smart and conservative",, was
the answer. Only a few women
prefer men to appear imper,tant,
eXpensive or unusual.,
luMp becoine detionsive,
conscious and unhappy when they
are not dressed- to co tiorm. ,They
don't have the female idea ;that
fashion means something new and
exciting," said another spokes-
men tpr the Prin.', k.;
Most men shop in April 'when
the, weather is warm, the survey
showed. ,, ,
, buy' spring hats
in a snowstorm if the calender
says its spring., But a man
wait be can shop In comfort,"
the, spokesman said., ,-
f ,, '',,
'Most husbands take the
woinan along for advice '011 fit,
They make up their own minds
on color, fabric, and style but ad-.
mit they rely on their' svives to.
tell them the latest style news.

CANCER "CI.P.;E"? 3or
eventual breakthroughs envi.;
lioneet by stientistS tto
better understabang 61,the
ture of cancer, an& meY ort-n
, pints to drug cures sad .Poiot
the way .to wiclespree4 preven.,
tion of cancer through hnmuni,
..Ateuot6).--So says Dr, Leroy
, Burney. U.S.- surgeon general
end head of the public health
.service, Ile cautions that the
ultimate cure of cancer will 1 t
be folttI overnl: t.

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. -, -,..,....,,..vi 0 clut;Leu uy ime .., new
'' : :open House Tuesday.: -.2.,' :':,:-. ,.:'. ..".iii '''. t-e-a---at'id---e-Offee- 's-erv-ie--e--tin-d -ther-e. vs, ,suulk u'lli'll';'i"6 5 1;-'6;e-n-ii)--iii ,','':'',-:',:,4A:,,:. 7.f,!,:,','''.':,z;,',1,
The, ex i i wi e ,E..:.::::',,,'i.:i;:ii.. ;-,,.,::,:.:;i::;!:::k.:t.
' 'iAt Childronst Home .' 4 will be. individual table prizes. :..
. public during this This ,week. .. :',..i::.:.:,.:...;:,:-.:.1.. ?..:;gig.:,,iiiAA ,:...4.,ii,-,::::i:::i:'
.,,,,:...;,:,,,i.:,.:.:,.:,:. ::: ...,... .. .....,4 :4..:7.,:,-,:.:',.-,;:' ,::;;;:i.i;.:;i.;;',I...:Ei:;;:.:.:,-;:,...:.,i.-,:;.:. ruerto: Rice,,will be present tn ident; .-Myron Fisherr,lecretary, ".'
, ,, An 0 en house will be held'Tues- .'.' :''''... i-, --, '. --:' .! : :,,, '. ------- : .,.. ..-.. .,,,.': .' V:i,k;:;:.,:.;::'',,' ..''..107:::;Iiwt ...,:t:,i:,;,,:,N.v-: .:N::::i:::-.:,.-4:.: .... ''..'':.- ...:.::-,::;,-,,::::,,, s,',,,,..,,o,.::,...-!:!..:z::::.iii,,.:,i:: ', ', answer 'nue; -On ''' f0110Winf thP and I, ':, A. Gomez', tr0,-,..nren ',. ...
Honored At Luncheon i -.; ,;E:',:::..,:.:,::.::...:. :rioziiiW:..::; "';:,:::;:i!'!;'::;,;i.,::'...:::-:N;-:;:::.: ,..,:.....!::::,.:.... ?.,q ;',,W;'i!'''':'i'l'''''. '';'':;,.:.-,:i's'::,;:ii'i;:'':41:!:i:,::,',.,:..:''i-,' ; servir .:', C. A.-- Batalden will : he :. The annual ; meeting WPS one ',;:
' 'llay from 4 to 6 p.m.', at the Bella ....Tickets at 91.00 per person maY
: .Nista Children's Home in commen- be, purchased from members of ,.
, Mrs. Adela G.' de ,Hernt!noez,' 91 -,;::::',..,....,i...'t,..:.,. .i:,,,,,:A.:i,,i.,.i-,.,n;,;:,::.. .i:.N.,,qioi:,',:m..:;:::d,.::',;;,,,.4 .:::.:1::::;.,,;;:!:;',.j..; a Ei:::,::::::,-,:::::g3...,ii:::::;,i,:;:g.',.:.,:;:.,;..,,,: in charge of the service.,-',.-;,'" -. :cif :the ,best attended in In i'i3P
' : ,oration of the 311th anniversary of the Chapter or at the door.- The ponoma who' 'will be leavullf4; le 1;:::,z::,.;,,...::',.,ann:M.".:'. ..::,',...-. .-.:::",---:::V:;,,:.,;A.::::: ...:.:'N.;i:i.;!;I:'Ql :',;,;:M;;,A;,.i:Ap:.'iT;.:,::::...:. All -1;terested nersons in the years arid 'members were treatfd '.. -,
-ps foundia. The Home is lotated publiejs cordially.; Invited' to at- Europe, in the near future Y1',11.,,ie : 1..,.,30..t.::::i,Mg.i.M;Ma;,::.-:. ..ii0.!.,.,!:i.:::.:.',.:,.::.n.pR,1'!i.0:::., f:,:tAii:xi.,,,.4,,o,, i:1$:...:,,:vi,,.:::ii:,,:,;:!.:i:k:4,::,g!,::.,,.:;.::::. canal one. and In Panama are .to a buffet supner.'refreshments..;, ...
,,,
' cane 46 4-74 in Panama. '''' '- tend.- , ' .' .. ', honored guest tomorrow ''' a' ,T-,e ''--.'-',.;.ti;,!:-e,.i',.-!!..i;g::Mig:H..!:Riir.. '.44A,.:;,::;',::::K:;1i,!,elA:.J, ,.....:0:3;;.;.,..3:;;!.,l...-''.:., .,igi:,,f;:;,,:::;::M:::,,...:.:. i:-',. Invited .to attend. .....,, .: ; ...-, ar ,.,nterian-Iment.,-,,"........ ; ,. --
en ,
: t'' Mei Cathedral of St.! :Lulte ', in ,.., -...., ,"' '' : .:, '.. -; luncheon in the Union Club. ).. --,;.- .'!-'.,:;a:::,,:.:',:.:::::..ioi.,.;iii..,;m:::;,,t .:::;-,,i4::::;:,.;,;:.,,n;;',.;i:::Nig-,A,.,ii;,,...,;,;;;.,,,,,,i.:::::::m:4,,::i: -.',:., .::::.:...,;.;.?.,.7..,,::,!,,,',.rtz.:.,..,:,-., ,,,,,,.....,.,... .., .... , .. ... ,..,......... ,.. ..,. .. :,., ..... ..
A, ,
ncon Is a spensor of the orphan- Margarita Cub Scouts' . f;::- her k::,h,:::::.!,',Q.:,:::::,,,:i,!i!:i',!:.A:::::i,,;:-:,1,: :::?::::i::.--1:::::::-::',,:,:-:,:!;i:i-;.,,,.:::,::::' ?:-,...,:,.,!;,;,;,:,:,:.,-!,!::::,:: -,..-,,,!!:ii.:!;,:,;:.i..;:.:,:,:.::::::::,..:::.,,i:::!::.:::::,.:x . -7-7-7----7-
' ege, and the PanaMit Canal Chap- Holt Pack Meeting At ,Galete etre : 4 4 I.
tmtne o. ate ...ter American ,,....:,..i,,;,'i;,..:::i.,,,i:i;:i,'',:,,i,-.;,.,",-;,:,.;,3,.::2:,,I,. A:i.,,,,,:,:i.,:,:;,;;,A0,g:;;:.;:":::,,,;i,.,,,,,.;.....:-..:,:.:.:!;.. ..;:-i-,,..;;;,,?.,.:LQ:,,,;w;i.,:',Qi:i4:,,.,,,, i '' I .- s
-- terrnaughterS ,or,!the ."American, -.;-, Last: SaturdaY- m'ol n I n g 'Ctib .1-s
vy om' an's Club, ; Mrs.,-: Hernandez .-. .:-;;;,1.N,;i..:::,-..:,::,:::.,:;ii::v:...,.:,.:.,;f::A .,,.':,Z..;,,::..: :,,,,;:::.,,;,.,: ::.,,: E.;:. ..:,...,:.,....,.:
, Revolution,.... maintains a .dormito: Pack No.', 1 -of Margarita held -Its wig:chairman .of the :;, committee ,,,. ; .:.4t:::::'''.:":::::::''',:,' .Md'It.1.4'4,47,,,.;,,Wir'-.,ttr::: :iN ':.MP. .". '''''''1....r --."''."...--',,:::,., '"
'''''''''''''''''':'::''''''''1' ''''''''''''':-'-'-' ins an Dowdy?,,Blame-1- ife: '''
ry,there.,,',....:- ..., ..,', : ,:-....... .: March Prickmeeting at ;:;;Galeta which:has becn antive for the past ,.. --1T .. :;ot..,,.1:,..::::.,;m;iim.;;:::::i:1:pN,:;::,,,::,,:. :,..:;-::.m...:.. ..,1;.A::.:.i..:,:,,....,i,::,.i::;..:::i,:::,
, ,11-7,-,,:,.,, !., -., ,-.,.., ,--,.,,,., pohlt.,; Each .-". den built' it own
., ...........,......: .,,,.:::::.:,,:,.:.:g,:,;,-,,;,.:,,x,x,;:i,i,;,;,;:i:::i0:,x,,:,,,:,,..:,:. :!:,,:,,, ::',.:,.,:..:. .. ... .
. .. ' "....:. .-..Y. '.-1 .'7.''' ;:':-: '. ....'. ''. ...' .. ::
" '': MI friends and persons' interest campfire 'and roasted hot :,, d o gti t dad pliiHdrott 2t tho Stite 11131
. ..,,,,, s., t.,. -, -- .- ,.., 7 ": :-5,::-::i:::,::,:si:::iiin::...:,.:::, ..,,,,,::,:i::, :::,i,:i..i,i.v,i,i,i,i,i::,i,i,i,:,i,m,i:.,::!.:::i:!:i::,.. ,::....,:i.. ,:::.,,:.:.:,:,,. ...,..:,...3 : r::::.::::::;: .,ik'i':::i: :.;:''' ':''':i: .:::i:4 ''' S
' '0 re ar
four leers in
,
buildin0 a wing for .:
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.
- ed in the Home are cordially'. In and cooked hambureers.:. , q ; t u it i
th,a,r3c ..osp--a-.:. -, -1 :,:.....,..,,iiim-,;imiiiiini,:., :::,,,-,-.-ii::ii.,i4:::;:;u,:iii;.:i;:::,:ii;ig.,!i;,,,:.,.:-. .,:::..:4.. .;:::..: .:.,,,,:::::'s :-. o Ing '.. tioney.;',,...:'.
, . titited to, attend. '. ...-... The following boys re:levied IC- ..., -., 4,-..........."-,-'-.--r;.--,--,--- .....-..., ; ...i,.4;:!:;4,!304!.!':',:::&1- ;1 Ing!!qiNtglin,., 7-:.. !:': ':: ,.!:i!,!:,i;,!:::::::::.:-,:,:,-:,...:,..:-,- t
, ' ' '' '' -- a '':'!''. 4 1. .....,,' ---- : ... .' .... .: : '' vi7---"--------1,,li '" '---.,-, ..:g.s,v;:-..,..:,:::.:-...mv,--- ;:.'.:'''''11;:::::''.1,:':;.:iiiiii:iiiiV:..,,: .:.:.::::i'..... : 'ffil:.g.:.:ii::,'.::iii:i:Mii4.::::.., '0,t-,-,4' .v--v.-.' ,;..:!;!..,1:::;.:!.:::.:i.:5.i::::;.:g::..i.li ,,, ... ..
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, :. ....,....:. ::::,::::,:::,:::',.:-,:::-::::,,,,,::::,:::::::A.:: .':,:::. ,::;':,iiiki.iMiMP:.!i::::i.:....1 '1''''. ;....' .'".... .::.,i:.,:ii:,... .:....::i:k:.;z::.: ...,:.4.:.:.. ? NEW -NORK,...Apiii -12 AfP1''--!etisioAn'ers'Y'ii3 li'efosl''' il; '''' 1 '
. ::,:.:,4.:i:!i,,::::::,,;:;::..:::.::i,:,i.:-,i,.- ',,,:,i:,:.'.:!!:i::;,;:i,;,i,;,;,:;:;,!,-,:;-:,;-x,,.:;,::::,,::::::,..., ,......... o, or :,w,,einen
:..:;i::iiiii:,:iii,,,,,,:st:::,,.:.!,.:.:.:.:::,::i,.:, ..-. Blame women' for:men s lack, of tiro their '!busba'is ,into'.'; well-- --
, i style tind 10'14 el. otri' e'olhes.:- dressed memlbe ivonri i I
....
- n w 1, oeun
. .... .. : -.... ''''
,,,,::..:.....::::.,:,..,...:is.1..,:,,,,:,:..,:,:,:::: ' --."Meit., buy,' totter clothes. -v-- bo .scs,the '2.-atore, ,on .special,:ert,;01, :
! ,' APRIL I8th 1938 8:00 ir.tn..: to I :00 a.m. .. 1 ,.. : ,,, : : i ,?i,.:::,,,:: ,,,,,,..,,:,,,:,,,: 1 cause Wentott'l no 'Shitinitig'firat..', sit& 11 t
-e-' tilt 0':-,ntl'll'-'t4',Ilioard" -for .. ..
, . ., : ....:,!' ',.''''!..!i;:j"4..' ?':::?...,?:? t' d se IP the' b A tr An ''-ableti ' '' ''''' '
. -,:::....
,.
.. .:..::.........".. ,..........v ..........,..1.., I ., an .11 p u ge money. la Information geared to in-
...., -.:::::!:.:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I.,;,..,4.:,tx-4:::.,i,,''i.,;L::';',...,1 if men don't sti3.070,1, they don't teret' 'wives. .,- ''' ',.. ''
.. '''" ; DOOR IrMZE '.:.' --;;4-v.,,, FLOOR SIIOW. 'i.,,;.,,.,,...:,,
. ,., .... . ,. - !: i learn' ebouout' fashlon,'"' 1'. ski,' More than 57 'per cent of '. all', ,,
,.
. 2 - e'.'''''. ' :'
' ; ."'' ''''''-';'; 2 ''', RANDS .,. : Mrs. Sylvao ',.:', rin ,, of N w men s, suits trid outer coat'sale e
g PIN-UP BOY -''' -Ted Allen Carpenter son of Maf. italph.:;,E., Cirpenteri proudly p us, : y k -, , t 10 b i d .. .. :,
, : ... :, .. . , , .- or ,-one e ousew ves a are ma e with women ., present..,
,
i..-:::1' 'gold leaf ou :,his father's collar. -- Carpenter wa's honored at a brief cereisiony In. the' office.. or
' ; LUCHO AZCARRAGA AND Al; MARTIN'S IIEP CATS .
:., ,..:.
,::.. pointed, tis lvt ors '' to ... a chain Women Inv; close to 75 per". tent -' .':.
, ,...,,.........., .... '' :''''. '' Col Robert' W. Garrett, commanding- officer,. 1st ; Battle : GrouP,' 20th Infantry. Carpenter 'is --, of : men's, -Wear 'ilores .:. (Broad, of 111'm 't
en accessories and oth-.:
: 1 , '.' .'. -.:' ....Dante will bc held at',Teen Club s-, N'', ::, ,, the executive officer at the Jurigle Warfare -Training 'Center., Looking my. are:: Col., Gerrett .street's). : ..' --..,,t5.."'''''' I .,'.'''''' er- funisbing,", said Ral h S h 'd
p c tiel ; .-
1 t '. '. :"' Robsevelt Ave. k Balboa.Road -
r
.
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' and -Mrs. Carpenter, -,'. (U.S. Atiny, PhOtO) .;,. :: . ., ,!,:. 7 ..- ',, '.,-" ; ' .' 'Male interest." in fashion also er," store- president. ,:, ..:. .... :
:. lege because men don't have the ....,,--, ,.; .,' : ' ;,,.4. .
1 1
, Dress:is optionalio',Jeansor.-Shorts (please) .... ,,-,,
p : '': - -,' , ',. dawn Sundayp it;prbbildt, will Door ,- 1 ion in -dress ,: that womek. -,,,- ti b
..., tompet t ,, ,:, That 0 ecause winnen,!;'"i. are
,
00d I
: "': '.' '': .' ''t '- F at' popular ,prices ',,..' : ,,.. :,-, ...,
V' onwatcn ieams --
. 10 crgas,,,internist-,-. do she 'said; ; Men'a ',wear .:shoul; smarter abont clothes 'than, 'line .- '''
fall within. view of the LI n z t e d I.. :, .., .. ... ... .. ,-, .. .. .. I n. t
.. :.
' ', States,'" he said.", But be :- added I.', ,, t -.,,, ... ...., become more competitive,',-.,,, ant They know, that-a, gOnd ,tmorts -,'
, .1 ......' - Help raise funds 'Or the coottpletion Of the '. ., .
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''", The" firm ,set up 'the. allgiri-ad- H.:, The firm :conducted I eurvetrof ''
'' -. !rThis dance is for Adults AndTeepagers ,.. .::::, ,:, ::l- 11- - :. .''' Dlipatches 'of !rase,- the Rnisian tci Gorges Hospital as an Intern InternVisors'
Visors' InternVisors' beard '' (all are :-. wiVes Of to e wi t 1' d t h ''''
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'''''''''"':.-:! nik II indicated it Will plunge to a '' 7.- -; 't -- ''-- ---'- ;I.'''. ,;;L-- .-. structing selected Peruvian med- :- A, . ., .. ;..... ,
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., "'The Sputnik II had been expect- pounds of wheat and flour; es a ..
' d .111 bu b- ift : ,to' Jordan's needy families, .-...:: .-- ..., -. .. .-- .... ...,-.....: -.:....,....:. -' .- ." " - don't :have the female Ides ;that : 2.'
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," ,! servations bp England's ..; Joddrell the II.S., Embassir announced yes. .,.
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: lane-written form ind mailed. err 'men tor vie .firto,;..,........i, ...
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the box number listed, daily in 'So-. .
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,P.'.A-"::x:H;: ,4" life 'John White director Of bi .'-',. It said the wheat, to hf; distrib'., :,H.-, ....... ...,:
. : coal and Othenrise," or delivered' Most men shop in April when : '-
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. ... i Tighe of t,he Detroit Tigers has ,,:', .,, ,-.1r,,,e,...: 1:4it': .',1' 0'4' : 17-at Gorges Hospital; Wednesday ,,,,,
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' I ". ' '- '' !-. 1 ...' i been a picture, of despair dur- .--,
,,w.,1 .74?;.' ',-.:-,-F at' 7 pan.: The scientific -program wonien,'' along', for advice. -on fit,
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' : tAl All "Heptititis'', 'Wilt he presetned by The The,
, The, !, :' : 01, -,?rtoo'' 7 make' up : their own." Minds
,.. .;:' -, Tigers' win have to .. de .',' --'"' Dr.- Jusn, Correa :, of Gorgas.......- -. on color,. fabric,: and style istite&,, ...: ...
'' i ',l.'1. --''- : : ,: ; ......' , ', better ,in regular season play.i ..' -,, ., ,,
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The 616th Meeting of the liedx- swaitlill
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; dur; .:: 34' T. TASTES.. B,,ET.TER ,.,, 'ki .tolif-1 Mg exhibition aamesPes. The ,s ....,-' 4.74
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ONLY 6 rouRs LOWEST FARES'-' ' ' R P stoned by stientists Ita, le4ti te
tote of cancer, and nuty ortti 4
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' ' eV' $ es 411 to ors - Connections, in ,Me)dco for all- of North Americo . Youl1 got MOie mites por eceive romotion patbo to drug cures ad p6int ., 1
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, , gallon of gOSOline and Two officers Of U.S. Army ca. the way to widespree4 preven., f
4 --''' . 1-4.4 ''''""" CONSULTYOUR irimayri,aGENT4 L k ribbean received 110tiCe of their tion or cancer through hnmuni.,
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promotiOn Friday:Named to the ,-ation.),,,se gays Dr. Leroy rl.,',,,,,,,,
- rank of captain were lst Lt. Burney, U.S.- surgeon
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''''i 1 ' TELL- 3-1057 & 3-1C:3 -', ,x. 1 I)!3 Tcl. 3-1SE2 U.S. Army Advi,,nr Grorp, Fuer- be folt-1 ove-r' t.
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Its teamsters union hearings un- lowed a motion by defer-- Conn.
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; :',,V CARIBBEAN COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF .-, , warda earned' during March. o ,.:: e -.- :: :: ,": -: -:-. : : :: :--- : and two others are scheduled for by the subcommittee that put
..,...:,:a MRS- GArrHER HONORED AT RECEPTION i.. -, hadgel, Rollin De Frees, .1 a in e s ;':J: i ., : :. : : .: : -: trial Monday before federal Hoffa and the Teamsters Union
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:.: 7,- lieutenant 'General and ,,, Mrs, Ridgely Gaither wen Bate Hiram Robinson and Don- : t, ,.: ,.t) i ::: : 1 : ::::-,..::, : :: : :: -,.: ., committe on impropcs ----,ities second motion for dismissal was
- honored guests at-a formal reception tendered hy, the Unit- ''.., aid 'Miller. Silver Arrows:, Wayne 's,: -: k,, ; i ..... :: :, ,::: : ::..::: :-:.::. :: ::-:. H :: ,.::::::: infieldthheaslasbcohredauiliedd nalahneaagreinmgenint based on a speech made by com-.'
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,, eft States Army' Caribbean Command at the ,Fort Amador -1 Smithi Butch Levin, ,II e r n a r d ::. :- -s: 1
LOfficers, Open Mess last evening. 0, ,.--, ,, ,,, , Mans4 Robert Johnson and Rocky J - -, :, ::: -:: : :, :i ::i:::: ::. :: :-::::: H:, :,,--::: Philadelphia nrxt week involving in.Detrolt, in whionte referred
...,,,- The new Comniander-in-Chief, of the Cadbbean Com- 4 Mason., Gold Arrows: :Rollin De ; -, :;. 1 7!: .:. : : .. :: -: :::.::.,:,.:: :::: : :, : ,: ,:: the Teamsters Union. advrself to Hoffe:' i :'
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',nand and Mrs, Gaither arrived in the, Canal Zone, Friday , Freest; James Hotsko 'and Butch :i: ';.! ; --- ..,,, ::- : ,: :-:::,::: : ,:,::.,::::::, ::,:::::,-,.:::., ,:,,:,:. ,:: ., : ,:. ::: , Cashin said that be wanted to The third motion was for i
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, .,,,s,, : : :::.:::: :: :: .. ---:-::::.::--',i ::: -:: -::'::: -.- : -::. : see Hoffa get a fair trial. Both severance by Hoffs't t'o code-
rafternoon,.:' s. : ,,' ,. :.,, .,1 '' '''' '. ,..' ,2';,' ' "'' '' ''' : ' :' .' i Levin,' Cone. Year Fins:, : George ,-, .:: 1 ; : -: .: :, -- :::::. : ,,H:::::,,.:::::,s,,:::,::-:-::".:::: ::: ::-- ::::,::::,:' ::::'::,:;, Holla and the Teamsters Union fendants, Owery B. 'Brennan,
.:..',- AMOng the gueste wire military end clillan dignItaries1,-: Kredell,- Ronald,,,Cooper, 'Leonard !7: :-., i
- : - .- :: :: ,., -,,:,, -,,,:::,.:::: ::., : : ::. ,,,-, i. :,,:: are intertwined, Cashin said. opfrasDideetrnotito,faTnedarnwsitreertaaLpnceaxine33r7t :
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:irons the Canal Zone, Republic of Panama, and Other Latin '- iluff...,,and ,Matibew .', Baas. Two .,.., :.
-: American and European countries. i--- :,,...,' .,:, ,. : '. Year' 4Phis: .' David Coffe, Tithes ''':,?,,;:: : :.- - : :-: -::: : :::ii:::::::::,: :::::::- :::: -... -., ::: ,:::-:.: :::: : ,4 I can t be anymore explicit
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' ' ' --"---- -'-- .' ''''' ,-'-..'; ; ''t-,, ---- ; :', Bedsworth and Joseph Stepenson. '-, ::: :: :: : -, : - --:7--- ::: :- :: :: -,::::,:::::::,,:::,:::::::::: ,:::-,,-:::,y,:x:::: :::: and I e. it be any fairer,',1 Cash Bernard Spindel, on ground they ,'
- i-' '.-',:;" - ' : -- : 's '. : i '' ' '. ion Jorstad received' a' T hsr e e i,,::: i: 2 .::.::: ; :::::.: : :: :: : :- :' : -,: ::::-:::;-::::: -,.::,,::, :,:::;:: :::-::::::::::::::'U:;,;:.::ii:', in said. :"Holfa and, the Team- could not 'get a fair trial if they
Mrs. Mirgan SmithVill - Arts And Craits Exhibit ; :: :- : :. : -. :::, : : :, .. : ,:,:,,,::::::::i,,:.:,,::,:,,,-:::;.: .,::::::::::,,.:::::.:::::::..: ::,::,::::::::-: .- sters Union are bound together were, associated with Hoffa.,:!- r :
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Addreas Amador. Wives ) ';', Set For 'Thursday at JW8
: ,,, ..,'. Y: ear Fin. ,- .:;,, -i A -, 1: ,:.',:
Marine Gesink was -inducted is ''; ::- :, , :::. -. : : ::: ::,:,:-,:,:, -:::::.,::: ,:.: -: : i::,:::;-::::::::::-:,,,::.---:::.,.: ,:---: :,-.:.: ,:-::. Just like- links in a chain and I The three were :indicted !,.- II-
, Mrs. Morgan Smith will be guest The Arts and Crafts Group, c.: :: ::, : : ,,-::: ::,::: : ::::, :::,.: i .: i 1 : ::::::::':::;::.;::!.,;:,;::ij::::!;!;::::::'-:!!:!:...::. i don't think there should be any legedly putting taus on tele tele:
: tele: --: : -::: : -:: -: :: , -: ::, :-.-:-,-,,'-- :Y::::,;::::::,:-,,,- hearings involving;them- until phOnes: in --) Detroit.- teamsters ,-, 1
aPtaker at the Fort Amador OM the ;Balboa Woman's Club i w ill a' Bobcat and assigned to De, :n No ,:t" i:'
4 and..Thomas R., McLean became j:
cers' Wives'. Club luncheon ,to ', be hold their annual exhibit on Thurs- ,
. .. :, .,.....-, : -i.,-:,::::.:::::. ,..,, : ,, . ,,-!, :::::::.:H.: .::: ...::::::: : :,,,..:: -: : this trial is Ver.' : :, .. ,: ', , headquaKers. The first trial last --;
held Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.' at day at the JWB-USO oh La Boca ':
a 'Bobcat in Den No. 2. ,,,,, ,
James. Bedsworth 'and 'Jon Jor- , The judge added: '1 can't;con- E Ptember, ended in a bung' iury
the Fort Amador Officers' Open Road from '10 a.m. until 9 p.m. and a .. trial was'set for Tion-
Atess, grs. John ,,r, C. Nickerson, Many interesting and IMUSUal hand stad atteined the age' ,:of eleven -i !j:'.; 1
during )-.arch and were', accePted 'I- I --"','' -: ,:-Tiii2.- ::: k., l'. '...--:!,i..Z.;:::,;::-.:,:-I '::;:-:i'::',:::1 '4' ao ,;:. i -,., frp-o-,-----ftw,-7! day. Meanwhile, Cashin reserved :-,
progrom -chairman,' will introduce crafted articles will be on display as :Tenderfoot Scouts in l'roop No. f .: ..:,:.:,.::.: --,,...:::::-::,.:,, 7:,..i.: ... ..,:,,,::,::::::::,,::::::::::,,i;,. 251; ,F, illitt, ,, decision on the ,,three t !notions
, 1 and ,said he, would rtilq OefOre ,,
Airs. Smith, who will discuss "Ear- and hostesses win, be, on hand to t at a campfire s ceremony on 8 i ......4. k,..,,ms, ,,,A.4.4,,,,,,......,..f,:., ikA---..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,::: i,,,.....;,,,:.,:.:,,:,.,::::,,.::,:,2.:',,,:;;:,::::.:;:,.:::;;;,:,A;;;:- '',:' ytt I
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Smorgasbord Served By Europeans
flot'Fair Fire; Says Pan American

' FREEDOMS FOUNDATION WINNER --'SFC Richard L. Err Errhalt
halt Errhalt receives a check for $100 and a,George Washington Medal
"from Col, Ferdinand .1.Tate, director of the 11.5. Army Inter
r'American, Geodetic Survey. Erthalt, personnel sergeant' at
-,IAGS, won these zwards,for placing third. in the 1951 world
ride Freedoms Foundation Letter Awards Program.

CFN STAFIvER HONORED CPIT-TV's program director,
: Janies 'fi,IPattison.. receives a' bepartMent Of the ,Army Out-,
, standing performance Award from Mal.NJohn, Morrisseh
officer' in charge of CM, the second such, honor during the
thr,te',W,ear, he,naas rf- Nvit4IsCni)J3otn..tleoand
ire-leaving the ,command this week.1- PattlsonAlwill tel.asm,a
sociated with Tadio station. WOGO in Gainesville.. Flag. .Whilei
Morrissey's new, assignment. is with the Office of Armed Forces,
Information,and Education, ipepaxtment tielense,, in ,Waslw
1ngton. D,C. The majOr's service, at the -radio. and television,
, outlet was recognized by al letter of appreciatiorr from Maj.
, Oen. Thoniasi' L. Harrold. commanding general, U.S. ArMy
, Caribbean. (U.S. Army Photo) ,

, LONDON (UP)--Europe's ma.
3or,' airlines joined in battle
' against Pan American World Air"yesteaiay-
over the issue.
1- does dandwicb become a
meal. 11,4e A At
kan American has charged that
European airfines are evading In International
ternational International Air Transport Assn.
rules on Cut -rate transatlantic
' flights by serving- 'sandwiches
which-, are 'much more than a
sandwich ought .tci' be.
4 IATA rules state that Only sand sand,
, sand, riches may be served 6n the low lowcost
cost lowcost flights introduced for the first
, time this year. At least four Eu
topean airlines,' Pan A American
charged; are, serving majormeals
And calling them sandwiches, -'
The, culprits,. according to Pan
American, 'are SAS (Scandinavian
Airlines), Swissair,, Air. France
and KLM (Royal Mitch' Airlines).
All -lour 'hastened,to defend
themselves, today,'
' SAS came under particular fire
' from 'Pan American., as It result
et the, Danish smorgasbord ,,open
sandwiches it seryes on the
flights.
v'But a' spokesman at 'the vont vontpany's
pany's vontpany's headquarters in Stockholm
said Friday that IATA 'rules spe spe-
- spe- ciacally included smorgasbord in
the list of permitted sandwiches'.
The spokesman said all SAS
, sandwiches simply were food atop
of bread in the normal
Danish fashion:
Feur slices of ox tongue, I
lettute heart, 'a spar agus and

.19 Sook-'0001 TriAkki4lAwli)
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; Live animals of the jungle will
be on display at the final session
1 of the Balboa YMCA:-USO's cur cur-
- cur- rent Adventuring in Panama r
ries. The Army's Jungle Warfare
Training Center will be in charge
, of the program. Lt. George Long,
LaLtruetor at JWTC at Fort Sher Sher'
' Sher' Iran will be the 'speaker for the
evening. He will tell of the many
, animals that have been gueSts at
the'JWTC Zoo and of the expe expe'
' expe' risme& tbat the training staff
have bad in capturing, feeding,
and:caring fr their. t
" Among the animals that Lone'
bring are snakes, deer,
garundi, and rionkeyS. Most of
, the animals Will be in cages, and
---- then taken out for a Short time
by I ong or 111 sas,dstants for
viev,ing by the ailitiente,
The program will start at 7:30
I) rt. The day in the It::lboa
piht;,(ritmi nrci I
ro to t .e paolie lite GI C1,,i

ivesinch SII3Z;

sliced carrots atop a slice of
bread.. ,
, "Three 'slices of roast beef,
roasted onions, sliced pickle, let lettuce
tuce lettuce heart and carrots with a
slice of bread., ,
"Five slices of liver pate, fried
crisp bacon, mushroom and
sliced tomato with a slice of
bread,"
"They're just sandwiches," said
the SAS spokesman.
, "They're meals," said a Pan
American. representative in pin pinSwissair,
Swissair, pinSwissair, Air, France and ILA
all said they served sinorgas sinorgas1
1 sinorgas1 bord, too, but insisted they were
w,ithin their rights. Panam said it
l',1anned t ask the IATA for
clarificition on the ruling as to
what 'constitutes a sandwich.
' Other European airlines looked
An with interest. But British Over..
seas Airways appeared,to be the
only one not affected.
, ,Asked what BOAC. put in its
transatlantic sandwiches a spokes spokesMan
Man spokesMan said: ,"Oh, jam and things,
y'know,"

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NEW YORK (UP) This is
spring
The Lincoln DOWnS track, In
Rhode Island called o:f all races
Friday because of snow.,
The University, of Connecticut
in Storrs postponed Friday after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's baseball game with Maine.
Same reason. ,
Saturday's baseball 'game' be between
tween between Trinity and Amherst in
Hartford,' put off.
Same cause.
Connecticut highway crews
dragged out snow equipment they
had put, away, until next winter.
Up to five inches of snow fell
in parts of New England and the
New York metropolitan area.
Most of the snow was wet and
rain was expected to ;wash it
away in quick order.
Rain and-or SnOW extended
from New England to Virginia
and West to Ohio. ,The precipita.
tion was caused by a low pressure
area off the New Jersey coast
meeting cold noth northeast
winds, weathermen said. s
At New Canaan, Conn.,' rrank
Unoefer, 37, of McGehee, Ark.,
skidded into tree while driving
snd sutered a Possible' concus concussion..
sion.. concussion.. He was taken to Norwalk
Hospital. "-
State police ill Connecticut said
all rads were slippery and
, t
"Most untmial," said a Hart Hartt
t Hartt v, rather! ) n.

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WEST HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.
16-year.old boy w a a
stabbed to death early FridaY
when he and two friends started
a fight with two boys taking their
dates home from a high school
dance, police said.
The victim, Ronald Dykes, 16,
and his companions, Charles
Lang 11, and Daniel Campbell,
16, h'ad been refused Ormission
to ittend the dance at Chaminade
High- School in ',Islineola,
because- they -did .not have dates,
police learned.
When, the dance ended, the
three pursued Ronald Davenport,
17, of Wantagh, N.Y.; and Charles
O'Leary, 16,.of Hempsteid, N.Y.,
and forced their car to the curb.
The two. 15.year.old girls with
Davenport and Oleary jumped
out and fled. -
Nassau, County Detective Chief
Stuyvesant Pinnell said that Dav,
enport stabbed Dykes in the chest
with a tiocketknire- during the
tight. Lang also suffered a minor
wound.
Pinnell said after questioning
the boys that he would not prefer
charges., He, said the case, would
be turned over later to a grand
jury for possible

Rio'Abalo Churc
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It has' been, announced that
plans are being perfected for the
fifth annual Garden Party to be
sponsored by St.' Cluistopher's
,Episcoon' Church, Rio Abajo
,This year for the seconl time,
the garden party 411 be held in
'the Parque Infantil Orinov de la
Guardia, ath StreetParque
Wire,
,As in the past, the publid is
aesured of a wonderful time with
music for dancing, delicious pas pastries
tries pastries and foods will be available
in, addition to refreshments,
games, tombola, and many other
attractions. '41.
Edward Willock, chairman of
this year's fair,announced that
the date of the garden party will
he April 26 beginning at 6 pin.
Admission 'wilr be free.'
-A special feature of t.t,' year's
garden party will be 4A1 award,-
ingof two gold 'atehessas gate
prizes. Special tickets are on Salf
for those who wish to share in
these gate prizes.

CFN -1-V To Present
Hair-Long Review
Of World Affairs
,

Years of Crisis," an hi:Jur-long
review of world. affairs in 1957.
will be, shown over ,cFN-Tv
10 p.m. Tuesday.
Featured on this ninth annual
summation are, Edward R. Mur.
row and Colunibia Broadcasting
System correspondents from 1-
round the world. Among the top topics
ics topics they review are, Arab-Israeli
relations, the Syrian crisis, the
French-ANerian dispute, Red
China and the West Oer Man ec economic
onomic economic situation.
Variety,,the magazine tallow
business, called the evaluation
"an intelligent, absorbing, and
richly, rewarding hour," during
ivhich the newsmen back up
their On-the-spot observations
with a knoyrledge gained from
years of experience in the repor reportorial
torial reportorial field.

Cake Decorating
Classes To Begin

Matriculation has been an announced
nounced announced by Mrs. Una M. Birm Birmingham,
ingham, Birmingham, director ,ot the Escubla
Practice de Decorado, to take
niece through the month of
'
Anyone- desirous of enrolling
for a course in cake decorating
may register at the home of Mrs.
Birmingham; No. 918 Parque Le Lefevre,
fevre, Lefevre, the house before the Pan Panama
ama Panama cigarette factory on Via Es-
paha. z

SWAN OELAYS,,TRAINS,
, LONDON (UP) Early cont.
muter trainewere delayed tor ten
minutes' yesterday morning- whey
current was tut off .on elee
trio. rail line twhile police,mseued
a await 'which had strayed onto
the traetka. :

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toot steeple and one walk crashed to the ground.. 'nits vas the second time in 'its history
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, 0 Air Conditioning Refngeration 0 Ceneral C,hernistry
, 0 Architecture , 0 Petroleum Engtrieering t 0 MetailLirgy ., t , --
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The two. 15.year-old girls with FIRE SwEEpS 0E6 CHURCH ,Flames engulf the '97-year-old St. Paul's 'Methodist Church :.- ,-. , : s, , ,,,, ,, ..
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Nine of the best-thOroughbreds now in training
ft -the Presidenti- Remri racetrack match
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trides this afternoon in The $3,000 added one mile
and an'eighth National Guard Classic. A
'Admission to the grandstand and clubhouse' will
be free. )
: CpL Eusebin Solis Barrera was-chosenlby- Na National
tional National Guard-Chief Bolivar Vallarino to present the
' beautiful silver troph, to the owner of the wilmmg
thoroughbrid'beCause, of -Solis butstandin per.
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formances and services rendered 'the 'National
Guard during the past year. -',12,x
The 'nine scheduled starters in I:38 13 for a 'mile his last
' 'ciltalified for today's 'classic by time out, will have bustling Fer
finishing, among the ffrst five in nando Alvarez tr the pilothouse.
two ,separate ;mile' races & fort- klenel is: a speedster that seems
might; ago.- Quickie was the win- to,have the admirable qualities of
mer of one leg while Menel romp- raring on the front end 'or from
sod in the other.,The other start- behind as his rider elects. 4.
ers otre Sapor;'Embasy, Betallon, .5 '2,',
Mossadeq, Canterina,,,Jalisco and Ratallon and Hostigador. a pair
- of front runners that will most
' likely race ,themselyes into' ,de ,dequickie,
quickie, ,dequickie, 5,4 whkh bate lead- feat tould score if either, of the
lng 'Jockey ;Braun Bleu in the two. allows the other ,to set an
saddle, will race in an entry with easy pace,'
the reportedly high-priced Cante- ,,4
; zinc 4alisto and Mossadeq, both promising Guadalcanal,51lie On OnilMOriESIVE
ilMOriESIVE OnilMOriESIVE Williter3 ,last' wRek, lyrthreelear.old' in the race, is
wilLeso go lo an entry. ,;5, Ruben auto, to-go off. the- rank outgider
Vasquez 'will guide ;JaliseCk while boliteould surprise. .-Yrhis 'classy
Alelandre Ycaza will do the lboot- colOas improved with each out outing
ing outing on Mossadeq- big since ,rounding into winnina
's form. He seems to be natural
'o)k ittird entry, formed by Sapor staver and beenfited none from a
and 43atallon,; will Ilse be well front-ride lise,. Gostines his last
tlicktd in the mutuels.' Alfredo time (At,- despite, which he insn
Ilasouefwill ride &Ter while Ju- aged to bang on and qualify for
liti Rodriguez be aboard today's big ran?. e
Latallon. Heliodoro (Papitol Gus- ;55
tines, the hottest ; rider on the Members of the Natrona! 'Guard
t.bck at, present, will do the,whiP will be-guests of, the track man.
vwiding on Embassy: agement and their band ,will fur.
t 1 ;- 7 nish inusic for the large throng
' an eight-length 5. winner that is sure to be on hand. ,, 5
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1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

RACE OF THE DOUBLE

'1Doble Fija J. Gongora 106 Improving steadily
2Pangal .F. Alvarez 100 Better this week
G. Milord telsHas shown nothing
Pedraza M. Hurley 108 Early speed only
A: Reyes R 105',Could surprise
6Teddy 3. Aguirre 108 Could go all the,way,
-:Porro o, G. Sanchez 110 Hard to beat now
8Bodegon( N A. Alfaro 105sNot ready yet

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11-41ucinadd.,4; H.: Custines
Luche R.Vasquez
B.' Aguirre.
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,5Pan Tostado 'V: Castillo
6pastoreo:.1,, :;Gs. Sanchez

110 False impression
110 Will score soon
1,10,:-1-ln thick of it
110 Still unpredictable,
115 Form indicates
110 !--011coldd get up here

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1GuaeaMaya 97x.7-Not good enough ,'
:2Tanganica Cadbgan 108 Nothing in months
Pequefio 1;,:Gonzales, 105 Not in best form 1
' -4imenes 110 Usually close up
-5-Sideral':',1 A: Reyes It, 113 Could surprise
' 6Folletit6 ,11. Raeza 110 Easily next best
.7,-Bargyle i:illi,tustines 115 Should score Again

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IL- Buis lld L-Good bet in mutuels-
; B. Agnirre 108 Ilan well in last
C, ,Quiros 102a--Not with this rider
H..Pitty 110z;,...Stablemate wins 1'..
M. Hurley 110 T.-Should be rtmnerup
dustines 1.15 --Excluded from betting
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A..1(caza 112 well
It: Cristlad M AlWayedangerous

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flApache ' Sinchez 102xNot against these 50-1
2-1,inda Susy Araro 100xCompletely outclassed ;,,, 50-1
,3-;-Sandokan R., Vasquez 122 ;--Should bes runnerup 2-1
4Bomancero B, Baez& 122 ,, Easily-the best.
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1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE I
1-4-Greco Reyes 106 Early .,speed only ; ..e 154
. 2,Narcotico B. Vasquez 115 -;--Good 'recent races,: t 2-1
3Polo Magnetico -B. itaeza 115 Will fight it out 5-2
4E1 Agheila H,,Gustines 115,i, Dangerous' conteoder ;',. 5-2
'5L-Colitato A. 'Teats 110 LApparently needs,,rest.,:'.": 10-1
411-7Cervecero 11,Cristian 110 -,-,Could surprise ; 4-1
7-4enix : F. Alvarez 100 z7-Usually disappoints .. 5-1
8(Crews Hill A. Altar 100x.ABeturne from layOff 71.' 20-1
9(Grnamental S.-: A.tOonz. 100 Pooerecent. races 20-1
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To tilak US Debut
In' Norman Tonight

NORMAN, Okla. (UP) The
first Russian athletic team to vis visit
it visit the United' States. in an ex exchange
change exchange of athletes between the
two countries makes its debut in
theUniversity 'of Oklahoma Field
House here tonight.,
An eight-man Soviet wrestling
squad will open a three-match
state tour against America's top
amateur stars. The two groups
move to Stillwater Saturday and
then on to Tulsa Tuesday. :
' On the U.S.- team, six of the
12 entries are Oklahomans. The
grapplers include national .Folle
giate champion Dick Delgado and
Gordon Roesler of Oldahoma
versity, Dick Beattie andFred

Davis of Oklahoma State, Univer-Russia next year.,

3--Kthg F. Ilidalgo
4Empire Cross F.. Alvarez
5Lucky Sky Julio itodr.
57Jump Quack IL Gustines

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2--Pan,Tostade
3--Chito
4--Bargyle
5Romancere
6--Po lq Magnetic
7--Surumene
8--Ka lulu
9--Canterina (e)
10--Jose lit,
11--Oputento

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sity, Jerry Hoke of Michigan
State, and Phil Kinyon Stillwater
sailor stationed at SaWDiego,'
Appearing, for the Russians are
two 1956 Olympic champions and
one reining world 'titleholder.
sian team are U.S.S.R. champs.
Proceeds from the three events
will be used to promote a similar
trip, by the American squad to

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112 ,Must go lover '
110 ,;--Nothing to indicate
115 Seeks second straight
112 --Not against these '

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Currita 'A.. Vasquez 113 Improving slowly
2Golden Wonder' R. Vasq. 115 Returnb from layoft
3Bugaba : C. Quiros 1101CNothing in months
4Kalalu B. Baeza 1.15 ...Seems "best bet"
5(Desiree F.. Alvarez 108 Nothing reeentb0)
8-7(Don, Grau, Milord ,,99xNot against these

304 -4Katalu B. Baezal..15 ---Seems "best bet" : 1-5
504 5(Desiree F. Alvarez 108 Nothing recent1)0',' 8-1
Grau'''''G' Milord 99x--Not against these 8-1
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'10-1 tth "Nat. Guard Classic" 1 14 M Purse 53000.00,; Pooil Closes 5:15
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, 1-4-Guadalcanal R. Vasquez 110 .-Could surprise -10-1
: 2Menet r Li, Alvarez 108 fight to finish,' :- 2-1
Ps'1:06 "8Embassy H. Gustines112. -:--DangerOus contender ',' ;4-1
4--(Jalisco : G. Sanchez 112 ,Distance to 'liking'', 2-1
50-1. 5(Mossadeq A. Ycaza 112 -,-Can help entryMate 2-1
: 504 8Canterina)''... Baeza 112 --Reportedly improved 5-2
:, 2-1 7Quickie) ,:- 4 B. Aguirre 108 .-41ockey hurts chance .5-2
, 4-2: 4-,-(Sapor A. Vasquez 115 --Fractious; has class 1,, : .3-1
A.: 9(Batallon Jtdio-BOdrig. 1124MaY go, all the wa I 3-1
10;h, Rac'e a'nd' 314 lin-P.; 1)-13' ;;;;575.0;.00 'Poo; .c'tos4;3-
3'527.11 AMaricin DaY' Handli'aPP-4 in-endOnter";;'
5-2 1Canoe F, Alvarez 108 'Sh uld b at tii ' 3
5.2 2Joselito : t Baeza 115:7
'10-1 3Embritjadi! B.' Aguirre Ito razorsharp form.k.! : 5-2

0.Lmorujacia,: H. Aguirre 110 razorsnarp,, wrm
11-----ToWns',,Wall 'Jose Rodrig. --Must go lower , , 50-1
5-1 5-:--Posiblemente H. Gustines 105 Jockey should help ,- 3-1
20-1 0--Forever -.Julio Rodriguez W --Will fight it out 2-1

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'V.Opulent G. Sanchez 110 ,,Has' tough fight, here 2-1
Julio Rodriguer1.13 --,Can go all, the way,..',,, 2-1,
.3Thunderstteak B?Aguirret,113 Form indicates : 3-2
StAffillattion O. ; 4-1
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' NEW YORK, April 12'
If they handed out most valua valuable
ble valuable pl. ..a awards for the spring
training period, Bill Skowron of
the Yankees and Ernie Banks of
the-Cubs would walk oft with the
plaques hands down. , ,
Some players, realizing that
spring trabaing nerformances
dont count, merely go through
the motions but Skowron and
Banks are ripping enemy pitch pitchers
ers pitchers as if ,a World Series share. is
at stake.
Skowrony whose ,' three run
homer helped the Yankees to a
14-2 victory over their Richmond
farmhands yesterday has collect
ed 33 hits in .76 times up this
spring for a sizzling .434 average.
He leads the Yanks with 11 hem hemers
ers hemers and 36 runs batted in.
3anks has been equally as hot
for the Cubs. His llth inning
homer beat the Los Angeles
Dodget.:, 5-3 yesterday and xals xalsed
ed xalsed his spring total to 14 homers
and 42 runs batted in.- Banks
connected for his circuit off Carl
Erskine after Duke Snider horn hornered
ered hornered kr tie the score at 3-all in
the top of the llth. Banks' blow
sent the '7odgers down to their
fifth straight defeat.
Bt if the Dodgers think they
have troubles, they, ought to
confer with the Detroit Tig-,
, ers, who dropped their sev seventh
enth seventh game in a row at Denver,.
Colo. The world champion Mil-,
waukee Braves pounded De DeArolt
Arolt DeArolt ace Jim Bunning for sev-,
en runs in the first three in- I
nings and then romped to a
14-6 triumph. '

Harry Hanebrink, subbing in
left field for the ailing We Cov Covington,
ington, Covington, hit a three-run -,homer
for the Braves as did Felix Man Mantilla.
tilla. Mantilla. Eddie Mathews ,also liom liomered
ered liomered with the bases empty.
Southpaw Warren ,Spahn and
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waukee's pitching. ,
A brilliant eight-innir pit,'1-
ing performance by right-hand-
er Dick Donovan led the Chicaqo
White Sox to a 3-1 victory ol
the St. Louis Cardincls at C
ha, Neb.
Donovan gave up rve 1,, I

Donovan gave up rve L:' 3
one runa homer by Eton
sialwhile Bob Keegan blar 'd
the Cards in the ninth.
homer in the sixth innin7 v as
the only run the Cards ma,.a oft
Donovan' in 15 hanings 'Ais
spring. Lindy McDaniel was' tap
loser., 1

Bookie outfielder Dim Taus,.
sig'L 10th inning single seined .1
Whitey Lockman with the, run
that gave the San Francisco 01..
ants a 2-1 triumph over the
Cleveland Indians at Tulsa, Ok-,
la. Steve Ridzik, an ex-Giant,
was the Victim of Taussig's blow.
Ruben Gomez and Ray Monzant,
the wnner, Combined to hold the,
InAlqns to three hits. Gary Geig Geiger
er Geiger got the only extra base hit of
the game when he homered off
Monzant In the eighth inningt
' Ted Williams, appearing In a
pinch hitting role,,slammed
first hit of the springa single
as the Boston Red Sox de;' r
tented their Raleigh, N.C., farm
hands of the Carolina League, ,,,,
6-0. Willard Nixon, Dave Sister,
Ike DeLock and, Leo Kiely Um
ited the minor leaguers to, five
hits. '
,
Boston manager Mike Higgi 9 -;
would have liked to use Willia
as a pinch hitter more than onge
yeatercla,, as he did two days ago,
but umpire Joe Paparella vetoed
the idea On the grounds he did-
n't think it was a good idea to ,,
set any precedents In exhibiticsn
gamev ,
Rain cancelled exhibitlehl
games between Cincinnati and
Baltimore at Baltimore, Md.: and
Kansas City and Oklahoma City
at Oklahoma pity, Okla. L
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..;', BytlIARRY GRAYSON knee: Just hs' difficUlt as it' is to
:'. ', ' i ' accept the idea that the Dodgers
4'; 1 tck RATON,-'71a. tNEA) are an agi,ng club:, They, were
1
This was in St. Petersburg and it rookies Only yesterday, it seems..
Istarted innocently enough., Yogi '' Snider was talking about: Gil
. Berra was chatting with the tOs Hodges and, Carl Furl llo -a if
'-' Angeles' Dodgers as, they took they were peagreens, but : he
n b a t t i I g practice." before an wasn't convincing.. -. l, i
'lk. exhibition game. ',. ,,, ,)-7.- ."Hodges says the Dodgets have
, ,-"41 hear yea fellai are,shot," be'' the best pitching staff in the
' 'said- to Duke Snider. '4""I hope NatiOnal League," .. somebody
you're. not. I never played before mentioned. .' '.,' ' - ..
( ,, loo,ong like a WOrld.SerleS. game '' Snider's mouth opened. "He
f.WOuld draw Out th'ere."':', '-- Said what?"' he 'snapped. '.
f's : '', ' '-', : -'o0o '' '
': -', This was the xinttoltalk Berra TIIEN DUKE SNIDER BACIP,
" ef the Yankees has become-more TRACKED and began to saY, yes,
,ol- less famoui'for, but Snider be
guessed' it as, but the only
4topped and snapped, "Wbat are time aii day, he Seemed Sure. of
, you, doing,' 'reading '' the news- himself was when,,' he '' noted,
.4'1 pttners instead of cornic,hooks?.", we're really going to like it in
.,,
, , Resentment seemed to show on Los;41igeles. It's a good' town.
: Snider and later: he as ,esked I'm.,.'gonna like lt especially
i , about it. He removed his cap and because I.live there': ; i,
, the grayness, hit you. It seems You -don't have to' go any
; only,' a season or" so ago that it, farther -' than, Walter Alston to
..., was written, "Duke Snider. may learn that-there is Cause for. an.
? strike, out a lot but hls swing brehension in, Connection with
'- gives all the aigns of. belcrnging the great move to the far- west.
4 'i to a coming star." Alston hap) managed long enough
f. ,Snider talked of the' club). "I'm
,. to know that trouble Starts with
getting tired of hearing guys tell age. .t, ,,, ', :. ', ,. ,,:,
Ape yaer over the hill: Every
', o- close third last : year." Now oldest .outfit in the maJors tet the
' everybody ', automatieallv. a
z., 8--Ys movie colony. .. : '
''we'll slidelarther;-., ' , , . . .
'', :"That's '' craiy,"."'DU .
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to .nflng ri ..
.; place I go they say it..We. were And the .' strong,- silent man
irom Darrtown, 0., is taking the
: Campanella being out, We ;lever ,, . ...- ., , ,, ..
were a one man team. Pure, we'll
" riss campy, but we have a' let I"' It
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' vet eP IleoYset r81 aws th ciy eeftarh bt atuhsee jw13e. ','"'. WORCE' S'TBR,'' M. aSs.---(.N-EA1 1
r; didn't ,hit. That's-.- the 'only Holy Cross.' which bas not
reason.",,, ,, .,,,,,,,,.,,,, conducted spring football prac prac"'
"' prac"' '. L000 '.,, -' .. tive since 1953. decided to con coni
i coni .," ' SNIDER 'DIDN'T 'SEEM able"to tInue, that pOlicY.''-'- '.,
11 :. convince himself.' And his half- ,This despite the 'tact that fhe
if hearted statements ', were not Crrqgders,,, face 4 powerful ,Pitts ,Pitts''
'' ,Pitts'' raking too much sense. -!- burgh and Syracuse in their
,, Pee Wee Reese,- for example. opening-two games next tall.
' -one looks better' than ever "The fact that several of our
. Duke said, Reese nOW is 39 and- outstanding football players are
be is the best the LADS tthht's alsovital members pf our base
the first time we've ever tyned ball, track ; and, lacrosse, teams
that out) have for a 'shortstdp. had a bearing. on our, decision.",
., He is, at best, 'mit too good these says.' Athiel,ie Director liugene F.
e -, days, ,' 4 iFlyn-n. -"Also that' two of our
- -'t-1.-, t Fulder tried 'to defend more --revpectid o p p o xi e'n t s.
1 '' '; 4 y i ars, running a handl Dartmouth and Colgate, do not
,:, ;-',,,-,.. h's grnyirg lOcks ii, conduct Spl'infr prgelle.
''"i ., ,..1:ti. slrange. It Is' hard: tc, '''But basically we ff,,c1 that-do'
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elluld be in trouble with' a bad overemphasized." '
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By JIMMY ,RRESLIN A
NEW YORK, (NEA)--- ,9,it is not
good,'' the bookmaker said, Do
you know what time a night game
staritt On the coast? At 1; o'clock
our time. It'll be over at two its
the ) morning.
', "Who's going to bet a game like
that? You wake up ,in the morn.
-ing, turn -on the radio and find
you're a loser before you brush
ydur teeth. That's no good,
"Everybody is worried about the
Glints and Dodgers leaving New
York because the fang here won't
have baseball. What aboug me?
Guys ain't 'going to bet like they
used ,to. People forget quick, I
don't think they,ll'out tip the nrice
of a ham sandwich on the Giants
and Dodgers.
,
"Baiebalf beating lit 'Ile 'York
,
is, going to be way down. More
mbney changed Ilndearelind here
on baseball then any place in the
world. It got to be- like the stock
market.
, "Now you're dolkti lo one club.,
And -when the' Yankees leave
town, volume goes down. I remem
bet ,from last year. When the theYankees
Yankees theYankees leave, the bets go down.
When they get to Kansas Otty for
a night game, which starts very
late our time, nobody shows
quarter. Guy has to go to bed.
He can't watt up all night so he
doesn't bet. '
"Same, thing when the Giants
and Dodgers went to St. Louis and
Milwaukee. Too late for business.
. ,"They are going td put the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies on television here, They say
for 77 home games. Do you be believe
lieve believe anybody really cares about
them here?, I say I don't get six
cents action on Phillies', games.
Except when the Giants and Dodg Dodgers,.
ers,. Dodgers,. 'lay them AO neonle, can aee,
the games on television.
"It looks like we got to watt
for the fall When they put that
new extra point football' rule
It shouM Five us big handle on
college football.
,'''But if isn't going to inake 'up
for, the 'baseball. It used to be
great here. The Giants would be
at the Polo Grounds and the Dod Dodt,ers
t,ers Dodt,ers at El3bets Field. Every ,time
S,cou nick up the 7'phone. a guy
would be ,tellino you. 'Give me
the Dodgers our times." Or,
'What's the price on the Giants?
I want the dog.' Then you'd set
the real Yankee bettors.who would,
send it in even on out of town
games. s
"Then it pould be revers,ed.'
When the Yankees are at home
they. call. And the bugs on,. the
Giants and Dodgers, there we're
enough of, them who- would bet
out or town,games to make it..a
I geod day,
)'1low to be ready for' a
long anmmee as far as baseball
gqes, Here I got a shortage of
money os mv, hands and every everybody
body everybody knows that ,when the money
is short guys start betting des desperate.
perate. desperate. to get the rent money on
and things like that. FO book
,around town does ,good,,',-;-
"But these guys won't have p
interest ,in baseball outside of the
Yankees. .!
t'Everything in life is associa associatioo,
tioo, associatioo, Most guys don't want noth nothing
ing nothing to do with things' they:'-can't
see. ,
"Who's going to ee the, Giants
and Dodgers? Nobody. Who's go
ing to bet On them? Nobody.
,'You think that'a good? I say
that's a bad thing for New York.
Ttie action is'going to be way of."
,
ARUSSIAN RASSLERS'
,
NEw,NoRK (NEA) Russia's
national wrestling team will make
four apperances in' this country
three in 'Oklahoma end one in
New'York. t, :

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'''But basically we fi-,,t 1 that-do- CII,A1IPAIGN, Ill'. (NEA)-1.111-
'rig without sprin practice guar- noisis given an excellent chance
antecit that football will hot be to win its first outdoor track chain chainI
I chainI overemphasized." pionship Sillee 1954.
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By HARRY GBAYSON I
NEW YORK tNEA)-- This was,
early 'last October and the Bsaves
and Yankees headed back for New
York at the end of the World Se Series
ries Series and the bratwurst and brew
and a bumpy plane ride didn't,
mix at 411 with the normal make makeup
up makeup of this intrepid genius.
This led the pretty stewardess
ti come up to us, above Youngs Youngstown,
town, Youngstown, O., or somewhere along the
an begin to minister to us,
like we were her :grandfather. it
was a dreadful blow to theNego.
"I'll go to Milwaukee no more,"
was the, promise made that even-1
'But time heals everything and
it seems thgt another bip will 'be
scheduled next ittlIZUMIL for the
World. Series opening at County
Stadium on Oct. I, with Whitey
Ford of the Yankees tackling Lew
Saliva Surdette.
We are going to drink scotch
and eat prime roast beef. as and
civilized person does, this- time,
out and k perhaps ,the stewardess
will look upon us more 'kindly on
the flight home.
1. started to write about Frank
Lane's extraordinary- rebyilding
job in Cleveland, and then Mur
ray Olderman poked hiss .head
thrOugh the door.
"It is thfie," the cartoonist said,
"to again stick out your neck. Who
'do you like? I have the idea for
the cartoon, Swami. Just give me
the winners.", 4'
, "The Winners of what?"
"The,pennant races, of course."
Stifling a long yawn, said Yan Yankees
kees Yankees and Braves and began to re rewrite
write rewrite the piece as Olderman
back on the adtacent desk,
.'What,' no White Sox or Tigers,i
he, shouted, "and how about the
Cardinals and:their young pitch pitchera
era pitchera in the other league?",,
"'It:Merman, you see, had become
'used to a notorious longshot stab stab.
. stab. v 4

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' 4
Sykes, bantamweigbt
champion ,of Panime, is vforrni,
dible opponent ,', inside the ropes
of prize fight -ring. ,
, ,
Just-graduated from the tima timaletie
letie timaletie ranks; he Won his 13th. pro.
fessional fight, by knocking out
Claudio Martinez last Sunday
night at the Colon Arena. He did
it scientifically,. intelligently,1
with all the ctution of IL calcula.
tive master,.

Sykes, a young fighter with
plerty of promise, fights with his
brains,' eyes, feet and hands. He
carries. a left and right jab, that
P1172103' the best of them. He does
not run from his contenders, as
many fight fent think he does.
He uses his brians and hands so
fast, with dazzling jabs that make
contenders crazy. ,'Ile bewilders
them,, and any. time they break
through his guard,, they get the
worse of it.
.
I watched Sykes cop the title
by knocking out Tote Marra at
the Panama National Gym a
couple of months ago,. and I saw
'it 'dm a young fighter that is pit
lac road to guccess. :
.
lbarra tried everything
knew to get near' him, but with without
out without any immediate advantage,
and when the fight was reaching
its end, he! got desperate, looked
!Pr Sykes and iound him. AU of
a sudden he was on the ring floor
Itaking the count of ten. Be tried
to rise, and again fell to the
t a knockout victim, of
brains against brawn...
The "manly art ol self defense"
is just that, strictly game of
seltdelense, ,not of ,"Give and
take" as most people think. It is
to hit and avoid being hit. De Deferoe
feroe Deferoe is a great feature in the
game, and 'Sykes- has plenty.
Be cat-paws his opponent's
- and tete them in a crazy mood,
, and when the time is ripe, be
finishes them off hi fine stvle.
The thing that the nubile does
not seem to like, is that be does
sery little damage- with his
jabs. But if be could learn to
jab with farce and enough pow
er to break his opponent'a nose
or close his eyes4 the fans
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ber stabbing around. But this old
handicapper is tired of trying to
heal the Yankees, which was silly ;
in the first-place.. And, as every
mother tells her youngster, when
you can't beat them, the smart
thing is to join them. If you don't,
you're playint cards with pys
who don't work. --
-' For a decade, the Dodgers were
the -.National League counter counterparts
parts counterparts of .the Yankees. FOrtunately
for baseball, the Braves last faU
ended World Series between. them
which were becoming rather bore boresome
some boresome with the sarne old casts. The
Braves put further life back mto
the game by edging the Yankees
in a spectacular World Series.
And,' with tremendous voung play players
ers players in Eddie Mathews and Henry
Aaron, the Lou -Perini ,compony
seems to have picked up where
the Dodgers left off.
So,, here is our, gtiess as to how
they'll wind up on Sept. 28:
AMERICAN NATIONAL
New York' lifilwauker
Chicago, St. Louts
Detroit Cincinnati
Bostoe Los Angeles
Cleveland San Francisco
Baltimore philadelphla
Kansas City 2 Pittsburgn
Washington -b Chicago
,
That's major "league baseball's
biggest troubleit's so Static. And
nothing much canbe done about
it until they, put m an unrestrict unrestricted
ed unrestricted draft.
Meanwhile,:, the-, National looks
More liko a westerd league. :
- Getting back to Lane's remailt
able reconstruction job in Cleve Clevelands,
lands, Clevelands, the Trader simply has-gone
back 10 'years and is malting a
new start with players who were
there in the first place. And the
way young players are coming I Ilong
long Ilong today, Larry.,Doby and Mi Minie
nie Minie Minoeo Are still something
'vastly more than wooden Indians,

rfight Wig going en. His, jabs
need' II, de power behind them.'
'Middleweight chmpion of the
world -Sugar Ray A Robinson ap applied
plied applied the same tactics on Carmen
Basitio 1,0 win 'in theirlast fight.
He did not allow Baii kit) to com comlel
lel comlel him to fight his (Basilio's)
'style. Sugar Ray knew well that
if he changed 'hit holing tactics
and- exchanged blows with Baci'Jo,-
he 'would be a loner, so be
vsed, hieeffective jabs, holding on
in the -clincher- until thet referee
Would interven4. That's boxing.
.
' The Nile ring has an aria of
24 sq. ft. to travel around. it can cannot
not cannot be sold that Sykes refused to
put-up a fight, when his hands
were constantly in hii opponent'a
face. It is up to ,his opponent.to
break his defense and compel hiin
to fight. People are saying that
the bantam champ isn't anything.
II that is the case. then what can
we call other ,idols ',like ,, lbarra
and Martinez? ,' ',,- 7 ,- :
Edwiti Sykes is a very good ar artist,
tist, artist, and if his trainers would
teach him to jab' more effective effectively,,;lidded
ly,,;lidded effectively,,;lidded to his Aelensive skill and,
proper foot-work, elle will surely
become a, 'fighter ,hard to, beat.
The jab is one of the, !nest impor-I
tant punehes in the,' game, but
like everything, there is an art in
jabbing, and it must ,be properly
taught.1 .,' ' ,.' .,- '-
,
, Sykes does not use the proper
distance, that'll why his jabs do
no actual damage. The day he
masters the jab,' with effectiVe effectiVenese
nese effectiVenese and power, be will be a tough
customer to contend with.
1 His physical condition 'up lto
now is A-1, he fought 14 rounds
the, other night, and, didn't even
take a hard, breath. He is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly one of the best we now
have. He is a champ. :'

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' runner-up award -1n, -the ,1958 Fort.. Amtidor softball league Ad .- bet -- from last year; 4,-. When : the Just.greouateu tom :' toe ". tima,,, pet atm to,. 'Igo', lila ,t I, D43111.1U. BY titi:.:,:::::g,N4.4......0.:.....:,.?:,!,:,7,:ii.:;iiiiii.,,,,.:pii!;N4Zi,i:',',,::;:i:.:::;,....,:,;,:..,. .::,..::?..ii:i...:::,,..,..,,....:.......:...-,,,,.:!:;.::,::,......i:;,..,::,:.,.;,:;.,::.: ,,.. ,...,,:.:.: ,.,,,: :.,,s .,:. ;.,:.::::::::.::.;,..............:.:...:.. I 4
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' tiona la Capt. Donald i L 'Benson, commanding' officer tit US... a night game : which starts very claudi ': th Bast. ,,,,::::,,,,:,:-.-...,,,:::,.:,-...:........ ..1,401. ",, : :,,
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t I FOSTER'S Cottages and tares
'Beach Hoes. Dee mile past the
Caaine Phone Balboa 1866.

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:PHILLIPS ',Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clare R. de P. Phona
$ 'soma 1-11177 Cristobal 3-1673.

Newsthan

OR RENT 2 bedronm house's house's,
, house's, furnished, seclusive neighbor.
, hoot 3 months on permanent
occupancy,, Americans. Panama

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FOR RENT Furnished room,
couple without children. "L"
Prom No. 1141. opposite Lees-.
lative Palace.
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,. r ,' By BEULAH STOWE
',..). There are thre'eparts to' retire retire,
, retire, -merit, says H. 14., HarriS, a de;
,Jartment store executive who re
Aired three years ago.
) There is anticipation -- when
' you can't 'wait to walk out of the
'office for the last time, and leave
4,,ypur problems to some younger
,,,,,man. There( is realization -L- when
, Pia, have been retired or -about
, two. weeks and you begin to wond wondoetovhat
oetovhat wondoetovhat to do next. There. is ce
adjustment -- when you have been
' -;:tetied for a year or more and
-,holvt found happiness-
:, 'Dtiring the first year I was re re'
' re' 'tired I, discovered ,; boredom."
Harris admits. ',"For the first time
,in,,,my lie there were too many
bours a day. Relaxing t doesn't
ocome easy to a man who never
' :had time for It before, and, I had
, tf, learn how." ,, , ,, ,:,'
, 1- Harris gives a speech for a men's
Club now and then' and he 'likes
to paint water colors, There are
'-', tie only ,two thifigS he does in re re)1cr
)1cr re)1cr ement that he planned ahead,
, ,"The worst part of retirement"
i ;;1'ays Harris, "is that you lose all
:, your playmates.t My friends were
mostly business friends, and they
, ;bad, no time for me When I, he he,
, he, came a man Iwithout, a job and
) A title.
u,,,,:'.1"And -the' best part- of retire retire.
. retire. r ment is getting rid of the worries
, t and pressures of a job. Personnel

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: kNTIAGO 'DE CUBA ijsIEM--
,, ,) Until a few days ago, the' pic pictsque
tsque pictsque cit6, 'of Santiago., .h a d
peen a jumping-off place for guid guided
ed guided 'tours into the mountains of 0-
,Svas t'sleep on the aneient mat matvisit
visit matvisit the headquarters of ''Fidel
Castro's Cuban rebeli. 7
13ut it is'possible to get tq such
it plate too late, This I discover discovered
ed discovered after nine hours of detention
in the military jail at Quarto Man Man-
- Man- ,,lcado, a fortress built in .1895 to
bonor a patriot who helped ;free
Cuba from the SpanisiL ,
With hvo other American car car.
. car. ,tespondents, I flew here to, get
, some background on the rebel
of the picture and to see
4if we could find Ben Silva a
'JIM TV reporter who had' 'been
, missing for several days ''
t We found Silva, all right: He
Lriente Province so newsmen conk,
1,tress of a cot In the interrogafion
:1,room Mancado.
t.t, We did not find him immedt immedt'
' immedt' rately, however, Oriente Province,
, tilt now turns out, has been de deVelared
Velared deVelared out of bounds for American
iinewsmen, but the government of of::ft5tals
::ft5tals of::ft5tals 'neglected to' tell us about
Idtfuntil several hours after we had
71nded and come into town after
stsuoerficial questioning by airport
4
:', American businessmen Call stay,
oft seems, although most of them
- :bave sent their families elsewhere
avid while' nobody has, told news newsMen
Men newsMen in so many words they must
Jerre, the, idea is perfectly clear.
We were having dinner in the
1 VOA CaSa Grande with three oth oth'
' oth' 4er,.earlier-arriving correspondents
1when a small boy advised us the
Isoldier were looking for us. ,We
denarted hastily for-the V. COO COO;stirMe.
;stirMe. COO;stirMe. but there Consul Park F
tWollam and Vice COOSOI Robert
:DtWiecha advised us to go back
ito,the hotel and meet the Soldiers,
1e1-0 took us to Mancado.
tfter half an hour, it developed
thi only onel they wanted itere
:thg, three of us who had arrived
tb4 afternoon. We, were question.
led briefly by Capt. Pedro Garcia
1Fortela, who kept our bags and
4,eamerat for More leisurely study.
!Then began' our nine-hour wal1
--- for release. ; ,ke
it WAS as peaceftd int the deten deteniti
iti deteniti on room as it is on the streets
:of Santiago,.where the atmosphere
,s One -OLSOIStrUSLrathet.lkar,
trouble. ',, ,
: Already in the room were twc,i
,,, flung women and a man and b4'
, he, suspected of rebel connec
t -- smeller men who had
been sentenced to fotr 1
nth-government. Along.'

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Apartments
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ATTENTION. I.1 last boa
modern famished apartments,
' 2 bedrooms. hot. cold water.
Phan Panama 1-4941.

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.FOR RENT Completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. air conditioned apart.
sent, Hi-Fi Sat, desirable resi
Pential section,. 3 bedrooms,
, $250.01) for 3 months only.
Call t:4840.
FOR RENT Two bedroom
apartments. garage, maidft room,
-, hot 'water, yery cool. CamP
logre andBella Vista: Phone

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FOR RENT Modern apart apart-
- apart- ment, furnished,' with all comm.,.
niences, linen, hot water,' etc.
Phone 3-5356, 95th street No4
47 (termer 9th street).
, FOR RENT Furnished one
, bedroom modern, apartment. All
lentos, garage'.. 1611 Via
Belisario Norm.

problems, competition ,and pleas pleasing
ing pleasing tne' DOSS Matte my job a tough
one...Freedom is a wondertul ex expertence.,"
pertence.," expertence.," 1 The third phase of retirement
accieving peppiness, would be
eissier with more pre-retirement
planning, hams bedeves. Any man
past 51) should' devote vacations
anu leisure tune to pianning wnat
be will do when he receives full.
tune -rem tot a 65ta birthday
gift. ,
- he should make friends who will
still be triends when the business
tie is broken. And he shoulo de develop
velop develop himself and his alenis
so that when he retires he will
still be a complete individual, noil
an oVer-age cog discarded from
toe machinery of business.---'
Q "iVly hush n died two
months 'ago, and I am alone in
a house Wnich i too big and lone lonely
ly lonely for Dle, My two daughters, both
married; have both 'asked me to
come' and live with theft Would
you advise me to sell the house
and live with 'my thildrenr',
Mrs. L. C. B.
A No. 'Two menths is too soon
to decide, and living, with one's
'children is often not satisfactory
for either generation. If there are
grandehHdren,1 theyllniay annoy
you no niatter how much you love
them. Close your house and visit
your daughters. Be glad your child children
ren children want you, but keep, your in independence
dependence independence if you' can.

One Wall, flies butzed pfctUres
men wanted for the July 26 raid
on' Mancado, the date which Cas Castro
tro Castro has taken as the name of his
insurgent party,
, A single soldier with a aubma aubmachinetun
chinetun aubmachinetun (made in USA.) on his
lap guarded us from the doorway.
There was an open rack of rifles
against the wall, plus cases of
othe arms, but the suspected re rebels
bels rebels ignored it. The -Coke ma machine
chine machine got all the play.
The big question in Santiago is
why the Army doesn't mop up
Castro's forces? President Batis Batista
ta Batista seems to have ample' soldiers
here, but there is no. concerted
action. ,
You can't get the answer in San Santiago
tiago Santiago any more than, you can in
Havana, where pres headquart headquarters
ers headquarters are the bar of the eevilla
Biltmore and the pool of the Hotel
Nacional and people ask news newspapermen
papermen newspapermen questions instead of,the
other way around. e

MAKING A COMEBACK--The,
flapper's s"headaehe, band". re-
turns to the fashion, scene' ss
',Tiffany's, Nevi York, revives the
;. ornament of 'the 1920's.
heavily encrusted' Avith Ilia Iliamonds
monds Iliamonds that 'a gal tniglit get
711eadaelie !fora wearing lt,-this7
one has a price tag ot S200,000.,
; Think of the, headache friend
' hubby Will have when he-gets
, the bilk ,

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LEAVE VOLT AD WITT! ONE OF 0111 aormrs mt ou orncrs AT 13-3T 'Pr An Frit, PAN4M4 LIRRT1114 VECCIADO-1 Eivey4 No. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL Oh PIALICACIONESNe 3 Lottery
BARDONo 141 'V' Street citdoRitisON-4th tit July Ave. es At LEWIS SFRVICI. Aro. Tivoli No. 4 FARMALift ISIADOS U111503-441 Centrei Ave
Plate CASA VALDOCemirst A V 41 LOURTti,S PHARMACY-1in Le Carragoultia FARV1ACIP LONII LONIIVARMACIA
VARMACIA LONIIVARMACIA 1,41E-144 Centre Avenue ftousrmot D FICCIIIANGDJ Orc d le 0 .e4 a Ave,Ne.41 FOTO DOMYJtvito Artetemene Ave mod 33 101 FARMACIA
VAN-DER-NS-44 Street No. 43 IreliNIACIA EL 13Atilitil0Porove Wane I Sized FAEMAC1A Ferree 111 NOVLOADES
the Delia Vista Thestrik COLON: ,Ceotral Avenue 12.162 o, TeL 432

I 'Automobiles' Pods tt, Motors ome r lc es
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FOR SALE -- 1956 'English Fort!,
convertible. Automatic top.
Barboa Z7I8.

FOR SALE .1956 Fort,
senger Country Sedan, Fordoma Fordomapowersteering,
powersteering, Fordomapowersteering, raio.1 many
extra 11,000 miles.- t Balboa
2718.
FOR SALE 1953 Hardtop
two-door Mercury. Meriontatic,-
,
radio, heater. New 'valves. rings,
excellent tubber. A-1 condition.'
:,S790100. Call Balboa 1304 be-,
byres 5-6 p.m. -

FOR SALE 1950 De-Luxo
Pontiac ,codvertible, 11-cylindsre.
Excellent condition.' All extras:
Hydromatic dries:, Fort
' Roblin 84-5230,

' FOR SALE Buick Dynaflow
Hard-top Convertible, ) 1950
model, duty paid. Only $300.00
- or best offer,. Owner leaving.
Phone Panama 3-3105 during
office hours.

' FOR SALE 4.-0956 Morris Com 0
vertible in great shape. 10,500
, miles. Brand new nylon top.
Asking 5780.00, May be seen
anytime 250-D. Coco Solo.
FOR. SALE 1955 Ford Farr.
lane Conertible; V-8. Fordo.
matic, Radio red and white., Ess
cellent condition, leaving ,Istbs
mus, $1295.00. Call Fort Clays
ten 87-7243 after 6:00 p.nut

FOR $A1.8 ,.-ks Ford 'Astoria
1955, radio, heater lirectional
, signals, with overdrive! Original ,"
owner. Ilk 84-6210s Fts, Kobt

allow

international Jewe
155 Centtal Ave.

, LIFE INSURANCE
t JIM RIDGE ,,
' ,General Agent
Gibraltar tile Ins. Co.,
, for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552 I

XCURSIOlq

April 11 te 19, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
2-1661

Hotel: 11011AND Roust
, Mins, from' the ,beart ,et
Sart Jo, osta Rica
Completely modern' conveniences to
Suites :and Bungalows, all with
private bath.' Hot and told water,.
. Price: '56 and 56 flaily,
, 'e with -meats
Cosmopolitan bitches!
, Horse
For reservations r. oi
, Box 4459 ,
Manager: Bill land Elenor laspenr,

ESCAPES DOUBLE, FATE
GLASGOW, ', Scotland (UP)--
Henry Murdoch, 25, was treated
for head injuries and internal
pains today after he fell from a
speeding express train in a two twomile
mile twomile funnel and narrowly Jnissed
being run over by another train
as he crawled 'out to get help.
Gi HAIRCUTS IN FILM
, LEXINGTON, Va.' (UP)--- sing singer
er singer Tat Boone, Tommy Sands and
Gary Crosby, will 'get GI haircuts
here, in the next few days, for
thelf: roles in the film "Mardi
Gxas'," which deals with the rt:),
mance, of a Virginia Military In Institute
stitute Institute cadet,'

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IODAY.E::Cie;111;.:135-.20' ''i
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. -! 'Joan Crawford lw,-, ; 1,'
"Siory of Est tier Costello",
' Sal Mine iii ,4'': '.: : 1
"nig YOUNG, DON'T CR''

FOR SALE A 1'2 Plywood
'boat with a 3 tyintuds en
gine, has only been used '3
times, tod for Trolling. in eh
CanaL .flouso 4177 Ave:, Las
Americas Cherie's:

Realfitat-1-::,!,:

HURRY HURRY
You Port z Char lotto loyeri
DON'T FORGET wt Prices go
lop $20lk nor lot 'ow, May 1st.
f GET YOUR ORDERS IN NOW!
' lots; 110z125 S795. Cor:,
t nen,' larger,. $995.' $10 down,-
PO a month. Margaret K. Hair.
' dp, Alman's Realty 2541 NW,
, 95 St., Miami, Florida. '

FOR SALE Farm -43! aerie
fencal--Running water, 6 mike'
' from Cherrom. Phone Caren-
' 2288.. t z 1'

's FOR SALE 5 hectares of
a land. half hour from city, fruit
trout, crook, Mc. For information
phono 3-5356. '

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' FOR SALE Small apartment
grand piano $800; Elec Console :
sewing machine $90; Wait
leaving. Corundo 5187.

FOR SALE Stock type West"
inghouse washer and dryer, new,-
$350.00. Call 2-2451, 2-2562.
.Transportes Baxter..
FOR SALE Electric desk mo&
el sewing machine. Kenmore
tank type vacuum sweeper. 1952)
Morris Minor convertible.. Al

FOR SALE 1 NON' Ice
box.'n Phone Panama 3-4890;'

FOR SALI KORM011
tic washer, ,159) capacity,, used
4014V 3 months., Just like new
Will sacrifico for $175.00. Cost
', '8240 new. Call Albrook
2223;'Can be seen. Qtrs. 1028,
Albrook, t

FOR:SALE Gat stove', 3
!miners with oven, 12 Street Rio
Abaio. House 26,'

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Oct Ober 'or November,' of 1950.
when Macmillan, would be likely
to go to the country,in the normal
course of evints. ,
But if whoever happens 'to lir
running the Socialist Party at the
time-Ameurin Bevan, Mug!) Gait Gaitskell,
skell, Gaitskell, or, Michael Toot-were to
enthiurage a general strike,' Mac Macmillan
millan Macmillan night advise the Queen to
dissolve Parliament and -hold
general election ',Tight away.
The, Country, isn't in a strike
niood, and nearly all objective on
servers of British politics, are
pretty sure that &an election were
to be held on the -issue-of ge general
neral general Strike, the Tories would get
back, again. j
, MIGHT EEEIC MANDATE
,
This would not e merely musing
a great Industrial issue for politi political
cal political advantage. 'The government
would be fully entitled, particular-I
ly after its recent' by election
reverses, to seek new mandate
frorn the nation.,,,. ,
' The tribunal's decisin ma look
rather rough. Representing the
government, the unions and the'
Nationalized Transportt Commis Commission.,
sion., Commission., the tribunal's finding' was r
to 1 asainkt mitting the work week
froill-44, to 40 hours for the same
But the rillwaylisen are not al always
ways always Well advised. Mod e tat e
though' theirAeadership undoubt

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WALTHAM, 'Masc. --6 SA.
vania Electric Products, Inc.- Fri Friday,
day, Friday, announced receipt of, an ad,
ditional 893 million contract from
thd Air Force to expand ,,produc ,,producHon
Hon ,,producHon of its, eleetronic, countermeas
ures system for,tbe 1358 hustler
Amer ie.& new supersonic

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F011)SALI AKC regisitered
loston Terrier pups. Overall
6251 Los Rios. Phone 2567.

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FOR SALE 2 single springs
1 liko'new $10.00 sack Moms.-
,to paintings, 2 now Ecuadorian
lugs 'hit and evgis. House
6333A, Los Rios. 4 '

' FOR SA1,1 Doub lo boa frame,'
foam mattress, Boy Scout uni.,
, form size 10 Balboa 1794,

High
12:33 g.m.
1;04 p.m.

'FOR SALE ---,:oda fountain' and
restaurant in vary .10041 place.
Tol. 2-0035. k

-FOR SALE : Puppies. five
' weeks 'old. Mother springer
spaniel. padre distingulao, males
$10.00, fornales,$5.00. Parakeet
S500. Foot' locker $5.00.
parse electric stove, good COPP.
dition $95.00 Telephone Pan Pan,
, Pan, anis. 3-560E. t

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-EDITOR'S NOTE: r 'Randolph
Churchill is: a' British Journalist
and the son of former Prime Mi Minister
nister Minister Sir Winston Churchilt The
following report is based on con consultations
sultations consultations with Intimates of Bri Britain's
tain's Britain's present leaders., 1 t,
By, PPMDOLPH CHURCHILL
LONDON (UP Braitin may
be, facing a ,general' strike. and a
surprise general election,
The possibility of an ,all-out ,shoW
down On' the labor 'front came
Thursdar night, when. a tribunal
turned down a railway union pay
claim, on t, the grounds that, p, the
nationalized,t railway, were losing
money.,
, The union, representing 370,000
WoAkrs-, reacted, with 'deep dis disgust",
gust", disgust", and theirt talk 'abnute walk,
ing out -mai headlined in. every
London paper, Friday.
'h If the rail, union strikes,-,,other
unions aro come, out in
sympathy.- Fifty thousandiLondon
busmen Dian 'to 'walk out on- May
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This pressure from the Unions
runt counter to the "Stop infla inflation"
tion" inflation" x, policy ot 'the government
Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan has' made -up his 'mind-tot to
Igive ground. Having dined Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night with his chief' whip in
I the House of iCommons; be knows
the Tory Party there Is Isolidly be behind.
hind. behind. him., -,)
Will Hold Policy
Righr or 'wrong- 'Macmillan and
his ministers are determined to
carry though their policy. ','The
restraints will stay on the- nation national
al national economy regardless of byelec byelection
tion byelection results like Torrington, where
the Liberal 'nosed out the Conserv Conservative
ative Conservative candidate.
If the electorate 'doesn't like it,
they can turn out' the' Tories' in

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edly' is, there are hotheads about,
especially in London and the Mit'
lands, and they may be gainnin,
a dangerous amount of Interest.
'1:)uring the next critical days,
keep your eyes -on the Labor Par Party.
ty. Party. leadership, If they encourage
a railway walkout, an. election
probably is around the corner.

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JOANNE YlOODWARD
", SHEREE NORTH
'tONY RANDALL', 1
'JEFFREY HUNTER,'
CAMERON MITCHELL':
PATRICIA OWENS
- BARBARA RUSH
- PATHINGLE
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(Also Sho Moe Mondsi,),,'
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GAMBOA 710
Lena Turner
- Hope Lenge
PEYTON PLACE
" C scope A Color!

GATLIN 2:30 ik 7:00
' -June Aijison
' Rossano Brassi
"INTERLUDIr
Cinema Scope aro Color!'

" MARGARITA 2:30; 8:15, 8:40
Cameron Mitchel Dianne Foster
"MONKEY ON MY BACK"

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PARAISO BANTA CRUZ
6:15 & 11:25 ., 11:1$ A i:35 ,,
Kim Novak A
Jeff Chandia Rita Baywen-th
.. "JEANNE Robart Mitchum
. 'AGMS" 'IrJRE DOWN
(Also Bhowini BELOW"
, Monday) Cscopa & Color!

CAmr Brion) ,i0t-cts 11:11r 11:11rTyrone
Tyrone 11:11rTyrone Power Mai Zetterling
"ABANDON SMP"
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safe. Neiman, S.A. Tel. 3-0383.

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The Panama Federation of
University Students hag called a
mceting of all parents for Tuesday
evening at the Jose Dolores Mos Moscote
cote Moscote School to discuss, serious
problems ; confronting national
education and the failure of the
state to assume its full responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of the educating of the
country's future leaders.
' The meeting is expected to be
the beginning of a crusade to de demand
mand demand more goveriimental inter interest
est interest as concern the lack of teach teachers,
ers, teachers, class rooms and not infre infrequently
quently infrequently text books
The Panama Chamber 'of Com Commerce
merce Commerce through its President Gus Gustavo
tavo Gustavo Trius complained this week
that import ,tax'e were too high,
further stating a campaign to re reduce
duce reduce the "enormous imyostm
And by the same token, we ask
what 4,f the spiraling' cost of liv liv.ing.
.ing. liv.ing. It will be recalled that some
months ago Mr. Trius was quoted
as saying that' merchants -were
not making as much money as was
"anticinated when) the new' treuty
went into effect. tsk..tsk......
"Love is ta manv splenddred
thing". love is blind" Altose
are mouthings of the romantic
ones, but when tragedy lakes the
place of romance and a home ls
shatter,ed' because of too -,much
indiscretion;, .then what ,w a s
kncwn as love, becomes a 'fright 'frightening
ening 'frightening 'nightmare,' as is the real
drama in which movie actress
Lana t. Turner's d Miter involV involVed
ed involVed att, a result of Lana's rbmantic'
connection with Stompanato.
The baptismal of baby tar tarbare
bare tarbare Ann, at the Panama Wes Wesleyan
leyan Wesleyan Methodist Church last
Sunday afternoon, with Mrs. 01-
ga McFarlane and Miss Ruth
Forbeg and -Arthur Forbes as
sponsors, was followed by a
solid ,party at baby Barbara's
parents' home No. I, "Q'l St.
' where a group of friends gather.
ed to eniov the hosnitalitv
pr. and Mrs. Bertrand Blain.
t.
'-, It is felt that because of gen genuine
uine genuine specific charges against the
dismissed commissary employes
that the whole matter should be
settled in a less ,severe manner.
1 Objections to reemployment is 'a
very serious decision for any
business enterprise, to adopt, and,
when an individual is prejudiced
by such action...there ought to be
some kind of reparation quite a apart
part apart from reinstatettent to his

, Condolence is extended sto the Among thoses present were:
relatives of Mrs. Elethea Collins, Misses D. Green, C Small, T. Ter Terwho
who Terwho died last Monday night at ris, T. A. Walker, ,I. Reid, E.'Et
the ,farnily residence in this city., cleston, and' Messrs. D. Silver.
,,---, ..' H. Dunbar, H. Davis and D. Thorn-
In honor of Mrs, Isolina Pole- as. ., , .... ,
son of Costa RiC11 and, Mesdames
Gloria Warner Daley and Sylvia Grin and Bear It: Even the con)
Sperantsas, a delightful get-to- ceited' bore has one striking' qua!
gether was given last Monday by ity: He seldom talks about othef
the Armstrongs at their home. people. , , i
The last two matrons are for- Thought For Today: In helpin
met, Isthmians who, like Mrs. our fellowmen think of the reel.,"
Poleson, are :vacationing here procal benefits to be derived tic
with relatives. . , necessarily from. the person heli. 'I
- Attending the party were: Mes- ed, but, others who' are likely te
dames, Ilndine Reid, Irene Smith, be of help to us one dal. .1 4

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The' Canal Zone Summer Rec Recreation
reation Recreation Board for the 'United
States citizen communities Will
hold its second quarters meeting
in the Administration Building
Board Room at Balboa Heights on
Wednesday. The meeting, will start
at' 7:00 p.m. '
A.dequate funds art on 'hand to
sponsor an arts, and crafts an0
swimming or other sports pro progrant
grant progrant in every communityThese
funds are furnished by the Unit Unita,
a, Unita, Fund and every Community
must be represented order that
it. children may share in. all Of
these projects next summer.
The board vvill hold a long
course junior Olympic swim meet
on August 9, at Albrook Air Force
Base and one week later, on Aug.
16, will hold the : Panama Canal
anniversary swim. meet at the
same place.
People In the towns of Marga

CONSOLIDATES RESEARCH
NEW YORK (UP)--Internation
al:, Telephone and Telegraph
yesterday announced it is consoll
dating-sit tts -domestic ''resear--
and development activities into IT
and T Laboratories a new division
to more effectively utilize scient scientists
ists scientists and engineers involved in key
, defense projects.

3-minetts car wash $1. steno
cleaning of motet $5. waxing of
care S6. Auto-Batio. Trana-lathw
onian Kghway neat Sears.

TELEVISION snvict Free
Transportation. Avil
Same clay Service. Crawford Aw
icicles Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
13-20. -TO. 1-190S.

-Modern piano instructions. lee
giriners and advanced, Sonnett's
Studio. Sist street, CentralAve.
most house 6-SS. Phone 3-36S3e

in fred L I
ne ovea isseg erta
Hylton, Carmen Lyons,'''Daisy
Lette, Carmen Sanchez, Ethel 1
Armstrong and Louise Armstrong.
' The Gay Crooners are all' set (
for their big show at the Gamboa
Service Center auditorium on
Wednesday, according to spokes,
man for the group.. ,
Local top entertainers slated te
participate On the show are: Zig-
gy and Zaggy dance team, the
Dianne Sisters, the Young Fakir,
Costa and Virginia, in addition to
a spooky scene tilled the monster :
strikes.
They gei underway tat 15
p.m. There le a second show showing
ing showing at 9 p.m. ,
Celebrating' his birthday dur durIng
Ing durIng the' course ,of 'the week Ives
Handel Williams son of Mr. ind
Mrs. Ladrick Williams of Calle
Estudiante.
, r
The 'Hilton Boys' really whoop whoopea
ea whoopea things up on Easter Monday,
at the Balneario' Balboa, when
their guests reported having had
a '"real, gone'' time at the scenie
suburban pleasure' resort.
Opened to clubs, opieties and
lodges,,the renovated Balneario is
filling :a need long felt, in tom-
munity where family gettogethers
and 'other functions may be held.'
Congrats
, Leaving ni a vacation to It-
Jamaica was Mrs. Marge Grant,',
Wife of Charlea GrintO3She. plan
to be away for a feaf'weeks.'
Everything seems to be in
readiness for the aub Mtamira
picnic slated for Sxn Carlos
next Sundayv
- Extensive arrangements have
been, made by the club for the
accommodation and Pleasure of
guests from both tbe Atlantic
and Pacific sidex tbe Mb MbA
A MbA party., was given in Paraiso
during this 'week for Miss Carole
Marie Haywood ,in honor of birth birthday
day birthday anniVersary, and which 'was
attended ,by a. large group of her
friends.

'Adding 'to' numerous honors"re-'
eeived out friend Ind -czilleaglito
Dr; George' Westerman, dood it a again.
gain. again. This time it was by, a state-
side organization. ,-A' in, 1. ',k II
Miss Gertrude, Martin of Cen- I
tral Avenue had herself a happy I
birthday party pitched by friend 1
On the occasion early this week.,
Among thoses present were: 0
1
Misses D. Green, C, Small, T. Ter- ,,
ris, T. A. Walker, J. Reid, E.'Et.,
eleston, and' Messrs. D. Silver.
H. Dunbar, H. Davis and D. Thorn-

l Grin and Bear It: Even the cony
Iceited' bore has one striking' qua!
l
1
lir He seldom talks shout othef
people. , , 1
Thought For Today: In helpin
our fellowmen think of the reel.
procal benefits to be derived ng
necessarily from the person heb. 1
ed, but, others who' are likely tip
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CZ Summer tIccieaticni gliar
'US Commu' nitics To t:

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rit, Gamboa, Diablo Heights, At
con, Los Rios, Lad Balboa bay
not selected their Board membet
as yet. People interested meetiw
or select their representatives to
that ineeting, as supplies should
be ordered soon. 1
, Civic Councils are asked to
send their representatives and all
interested persons are invited. Poi
further information, write or ea' 1
Valley Bright, P.O., Box D, GAM
boa, CZ. or Mrs. Natalie Grit'
fin Tel, i-3694. A

NYLON SALES N.
WILMINGTON (UP)
Dupont de Nemours and Co.; Inc. k
yesterday renorted a 10 ner cent
rise ,in March nylon sales over
the preceding month and said
sales are continuing to improve.
Snokesmen said textile mills and
other consumers have worked oft
inventories and are buying new
supplies.
NATO TROOPS PARADE
RHEINDAHLEN, e r ani
(UP)-v-1,-Troops from five NATO--
nations Belgium, Canada, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Holland and Britain pa-
raded here yesterday to mark 111P
ninth anniversary of signing
Atlantic Treaty.

naeaviannstcrxisonosn.neltro :
street, CentralAve.
;-55. Phont 3-3653e
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oveal; Misses -Berta
rmen Lyons,:'Daisy
:len Sanchez, Ethel (
id Louise Armstrong.
,
Croonersare all' set (
show at The Gamboa
iter auditorium 011
according to spokes,
group.. 1, .,,,,
entertainers slated 'to
n the show are: Zig- i
y dance team, the
rs, the Young Fakir,
irginia, in addition to I
ne tilled the monster -:
.
get underway tat IS
rill -be a second show- I
I; his birthday ;kir ;kir'Se
'Se ;kir'Se Of 'the week Iva'
ims son of Mr. ind
k Williams of Calle
Boys really whoop-
) on Easter Modday
aario' Balboa, when
reported having had I
,'' time at the scenie I
asure' resort. -,
clubs, societies and
enovated Balneario is ', 1
qi long felt in tom- i
a family gettogethers 1
nctions may be hold. 1
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vaeatiOn to
1. Margo Graot,',.
7rint0.1Shei plan :
few'' weeks:-
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MU be in
, aub Mtamirs
San Carlos
ngements have
he club tor the
tad 'pleasure et .1
lb .the Atlantic 1
leff of the lath.
Nevin ParaiSO
for Miss. Carols
honor of birth birthand
and birthand ,which

accommodation Ond Pleasure of
guests from both the Atlantic
and Pacific sides of the 'stip
,
A party, was given in Farah
during this'week for Miss Carole
Marie Haywood in honor of birth birth.
. birth. day OnniVersary; and which 'was
.! attended ,by a large group of het
friends. ; '.
,
'Analog to numeroui honors ro

'Adding 'to' num
eeived out fries
y Dr; G eorge' West
, gain. This time
d side organization
t- Miss Gertrude
s tral Avenue had
birthday party r
On the occasion 1
e Among those
Misses D. Green,
ris, T. A. Wa liceJ
eleston, and' M
H. Dunbar, H. Di
a Grin and Bear
ceited' bore has
y ity: He seldom
people.
Thought For 1
1. our fellowmen t
e procal benefits t
necessarily from
- ed, but, others ,t
it be of help to us

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. This time it was by, a state- I
organization. ,-A' 4,, 1.',k it
,
iss Gertrude, Martin of Cen- I
Avenue had herself a happy 1
iday party pitched by friends 1
he occasion early this week.,
rnong thoses present were: ,,1
les D. Green, C, Small, T. Ter-
T. A. Walker, I. Reid, E.'Et.,
',on, and' Messrs. D. Silver,
kmbar, H. Davis and D. Thorn-
rin and Bear It: Even the cony
It 111
,d' bore has one striking' qua!
He seldom talks about othef
loughi For Today: In helpin
fellowmen think of the reel.,
al benefits to be derived nr
ssarily from, the person beii- A
I
but, others who' are likely tO
f help Id us Orie day.. 't 4
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i'on goard:Asascs v,s,
-tiara Elcr.11,2rr )
t.
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Gamboa, Diablo Heights, AP 1.
Los Rios, and Blboa bay
selected their Board membet
'et. People interested meetiw,
elect their representatives to
irIndeereetidngsiooans. suP,P1-ies shu1,d 1
vic Councils are asked to
their representatives and all
'ested persons are invited. Fol
ier information, write or ca. 1
...,y Bright, P.O., Box D, GAM )
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CZ., or Mrs. Natalie Grit'
fel. 2-3694. ,, , 4
ON SALES ',GAIN , N.
ILMINGTON (UP) U.
prit de Nemours and Co.; Inc. k
erday renorted a 10 ner cent k
,in March nylon sales over
preceding month and said
are continuing to Improve.
esmen said textile mills and
r consumers have worked oft
ntorie and are buying neve

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FFREY HUNTER,'
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, What's -your reaction when the
). youngsters troop into the quiet
house after school and ,the place
explodes with noise as everyone
,demands something to eat and the
,,,, cupboard and, refrigerator doors
swfng
s'et, : s. ;
All too 'soon-, hornemaisers learn
, that7feeding problems don't end
iwith babyhoodthey, only ,change,
youngstere grow up, between
meal snaekstakt on the,lmport the,lmportr
r the,lmportr venge, almost, of full-size meals.
t To many mothers, of teenagers,
' the between-meal snack seems to
;he more in demand than a regular
,,k1T SHOVLD PLAN for snacks
almost a carefully as for the dai daily'
ly' daily' menu. Some authorities think
we don't give enough attention t,o

periment Station lige& as one real
,son for poor diets skimpy, week week'end,
'end, week'end, meals, More noon and even evening
ing evening ;meals were missed on week weekAendS
AendS weekAendS than, on school days.
lowm, food. intake was' no
made 'up 'byan Increase in the
amount' eated as snacks. ',4
,
The reports tommented that near
TY all the boys and girls ate snacks
drinks', and concentrated sweets,
high .in calories but usually fur
niShint few of Um essential vita vita.
. vita. mins and minerals.
. ,,
,' RATHER ,THAN 'TO FORBM'-
between-meal eating, we" might
pay closer heed to how we stock
',the larder,. If it's filled, with soft
It drinks,' lin& concentrated swwets,
,theyilt undoubtedly'be's relished 'but
',appetites for more needed foods
,will be spoiled and a yourn,ster,
'with' skin br weight prob3erns
,--won'tbe helped by such a diet,

femion'

'DRAPES

omemaktn,

' I Vften the secret of it neat house
is nbt in 'how hard you scrub one
' daY but what happens in betwtAn
- teleanings. For example, mopping
'bp spills and splashes from the
' kitchenAloor,and counters prev prevents
ents prevents a- splattered, messy look in
-,Jthis busy room. ', .,
'1,- Any, job around the ,hoine can
. be lightened with 'proper 'equiP 'equiP,nent.
,nent. 'equiP,nent. ,Having the ,right size and
,ihape of mops, brushes and spotig spotigis
is spotigis means a lot. Look for band'es
. ,ibng enough for yoti to work in a
'telaxes position. You will be less
r I tired when a task is done t
,, ,,
, : It is tempting merely io brush
it, ..: 44, a ,Ineat.' cutting board after
- tie.Although the board may look
t. pleat). it is safer to wash it thor thor.
. thor. tu.hly 'with hot suds after each
kite 41eat particles embedded in
lag yood are. a breeding. ground
, Fordangerous bacteria. that c a n
lonlaminate other meats as you
.. lrepare.them ",'
$ Best results with a fabric soften softenrer
rer softenrer depend enwhen it is added to
;the water, Add., a, softener to the
k final,,clear water after all traces
bl suds are rinsed away,
I.,
v Alodern synthetics often call for
It
,old water washing.-Vith cold wa wa'
' wa' -ler it is necessary.not to wear the
,
'larments too long 'between laund laund,,,erings.
,,,erings. laund,,,erings. Cold water does its job in
', preventing wrinkle's from setting
., in the man,,made fibers. But, it
, does not efficiently remove deep deepsset
sset deepsset soil. ,,, ' ,
' ',A:room',thit doesn't appear as
',fright as it should may have ,soilr
ed walls ,helding back its true
'brightness. Some Wht, instead of
1 being reflected, may be absorbed
1, and the grimier the walls the more
,
1 belt absorbed. ', ' :.
' ometimes a bathroom looks like
v t a Chinese laundry with hand-wash
-4 ables strung about. But ePt, these
',garments as spanking clean as
they' could be? t'or hand washing
the rontainer should be large e e'
' e' nough, to let the suds do an effi efficient
cient efficient job. It is hest to divide the
imindry rather than to stuff it ail
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re4("' -1 Teen-agersk snacks can do double duty; When their 'delicious-
:1'r e
.tt r .0.: i ites IS backstoPPed with nutritiousness. Frothy, shaker-made
, i drinks such as fruit punch are naturally sweet. look' stmetizint
, -1 and are delicious. Plastio shaker has holes ill dial-type top top..
.. top.. c
,,,,,., whieh permit liquid ilow while bolding back ice and pulii. :.4 4
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WeteRztez

If we stoct the refrigerator with
milk, fresh fruit juices, and'have
a suPply of whole wheat crackers
or oatmeal cookies or similartas similartasty
ty similartasty and healthful foods od tap, we'll
be helping to supply 'the nutrion nutrional
al nutrional needs of our Iningry Thildren.'
, I ,KNOW-, that yo'll gsters,', ivill
often. resist qinything that might
, be touted as 'good for 1 :
-,- It may be wise not to mike
an issue, of the vitamins they're
getting. r ,
Introduce them to 'shaker drinks
shakes made with instant
dry, skim milk, inilk and ice
cream and fruit 'juice Combina Combinations
tions Combinations such as apricot' nectar' and
pineapple,,ororange, served iced
and frothy. ,,
If you ,don't ;have'f,s, 'shaker. or

snacks, especially for older young-7,don't want them tortise,thet
, eters 'and teen-agers. A tric blender,get them, a shaker, of
In one I,atirvey of and ,t 16- their own. f (.1
solear,olds,it ,Idahe,ithe IdaheiEK, 6 A new dispensm in iplasticAvit
periment Station listed, as out real t aight-fitting, lid ,and dislt to
, son for poor diets skimpy, week- has' proved of value 'in ourAi
meals, More noon and even- chen.. ,
Ang meals, were missed on week- ,lt's colorful, inexpensive;r easY
endS than, on school days. to 'clean, and can be used to shake
, , up allltinds of drinks: .1,,
The lowtri food. intake was no Pretty paper nankin and pa,-
' made 'ttp 'Iviao increase in the per cupS' or, soda,fountain'glassei
amount' eaten as snacks. dress ,,up snacktime, too.- ;
, '''' -r-' Keep a bowl of fresh fruit near
The rePorts commented that near and you'll be surprised how quick quickly
ly quickly all the boys and girls ate snacks ly chatting youngsters Will devour l
drinks': and concentrated sweets, It. ,,,,,,

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1 Brakini the stroller 'in front; of
her supermarket; Eddie's mother
said, "Watch the, baby until I get
back." k
Instead, Eddie followed ber into
the store. When she turned to-repeat
her -order, he darted away.
'and began rushing up and down
the canned-food aisle.' Catching
him, sne. slapped him, 'crying out
to a curious fellow shopper,' "He
won't do a thing bets told, If eVer
there was a kid with, a will of
hie one, it's him"
t ',Thus,' while ,perforMing action
that protes,ted Eddie's ) disobedi disobedience,
ence, disobedience, his mother spoke veords that
accepted it as inevitable.,
, This Is why he is disobe,dient.
A Secretly,. Eddie's mother ad admires'
mires' admires' disobedience. She wishes
she could flout the demands made
on her by housework, the landlord,
her creditors.
Though she 'makes gestures that
seem to want to restrain Eddie's
defiance, her own secret rebellios rebelliosness
ness rebelliosness corrupts her- ability to take
firm, decisive position toward

ale' senses' her- 'double-mindedness,
knowing that her "He won't
do a thing I' say" really means,
"I'm not sure I ,want him ,to do
'thing .say.". "'
'Many American parenti ',stiffer
from. this secret hate-- of,' obedi obedience.
ence. obedience. '
This is 'understandable- 1.
, Our cOuntry 'wet, founded by; a,
Declaration of Indepence 'that pro pronounced
nounced pronounced us all "equal." So We
Americans are 'uncomfortable
when we' realize, that 'some of us
are Sniarter than others. We feel
there's something humiliating e;
bout taking orderS." ".
When we are required to do
our immediate response is, "Who
do you think you are to tell me
what lie do," As the "eqUals", of
people in authority, vve are anger angered
ed angered by the obligation to obey them-.
. Thoughwe are indeed equal
before God, we lire unequal 4n
human development. Eddie's five fiveyearpold
yearpold fiveyearpold competence cannot pos possibly
sibly possibly equal his mothers's'. Our .na
tional prejudice -against tyranny
makes it very hard for us to see
this, and is v,hy we rear so many
unhappy,' confused, disolEdient
children.
So let me remind you that filo
moinent our forefathers rejected
obedience to Lrdish authority, theY
had to start rendering it to their
own Constitution. We all have to to
render obedience to someoneand
the idea that Americans are ab absolved
solved absolved from this social necessity
is a chthitsh one we need desper,-4
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her warm personality and
cheerful sylathetic manner
in dealing', with people. To Togethers'thes;',.iplalities
gethers'thes;',.iplalities Togethers'thes;',.iplalities ,
not lair to' be( feel inspiration
to other members of the hos hos,
, hos,
Titarstatt. Their theripe-utic
value to the-patients is clear
to the thousands of sick peo.
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ple and visitors who meet
tier on her job,
I-ler interest in nursing began
when ,she was a child and was'
largely influenced by several fam,
ily friends, doctors in her, home hometown
town hometown of Twin Rivers, Wis.1
. Foilowing4nree-yeors -of -hospital
training she, was' graduated
frem Alt. Sinai Hospital In 'Milwaulite-With:
the 4hpnor of being
second in her class. Howev,er, be because
cause because she was under the required
age, special-- dispenation'had 'to
be secured beford she could T be
designated as Registered Nurse.
She spent Several years as' al
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, pro, gram in at 348-bed general hospital, Misa Beatrice 114 Sims.
nig-,'Directnr,of Nursing Service at Gorgas, Itospitai; finds
: her job a busy and challenging one.,"No twodays are ever
' the same when you are working so closely with so many dif
ferent people,' she say i ' ,

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The imment. the word
"admitted" goes on the re record
cord record of 'd person who has
sought medical aid at GOr GOrgas
gas GOrgas Hospital, that patient be becomes,
comes, becomes, a respo- niibility of a
Woman toward whom the
sick: person &as fequent
cause for',gratitude.
Black-haire-cl,,. brisk:: pleas pleasant
ant pleasant faced Miss BeatrIce
onis, Directo.r of Nursing
Service at Oorgas,, is a Ivofes-sional'
viDman who evOkes
the respect 'and' adrniration
w h 101, her profession. has
rightfully acquired through
the years.
' Besides techriical 'skill and
training in the laws Df health healthVreservatiOn
VreservatiOn healthVreservatiOn -and 'disease pre prevention,
vention, prevention, women of her pro profeision
feision profeision 'meat v13tifer' nDhal nDhallenge:
lenge: nDhallenge: they, need'a, true un understanding
derstanding understanding of human nature.
Bea qualified' on o t

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MISS BEATRICE SIMONIS at home la her attrac4ive Zone apartment, in-BlibloThe Ehinese icreen
ktiowledge 't patients' in the background Is of teakwood inlaid with blue and white potcelain and' is the focal, point Of her
t mark interesting,and inviting living room.
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WORRYING, about what you'll,
do with Your time once your chiV
drew are all grown and gone,froml
home?,
Don't. That's 'e.one thing Pe
women are told we ought to voir voirry
ry voirry about that doesn't make sense.
To begin with, there -,a r -all
kinds of jobs open to Oddle-aged
women who' have -the ,required a aniount
niount aniount of get-up-and-got. There
'are paid 'jobs and volunteers jobg
--and if you can't get et don't
need the first kind, the second
kind is a cinch for any ,women
who is willing ta,
But leaving the job solution out
of the question, yhat woman dur during
ing during the busy years of briging up
family has ,had time to be e
kind of person 'she would to
be or to do the things she would
like to do for her own education
and entertainment?
All, through the busy year 'we
think' of things we' would like ',to
do ,for othersif we only had the
time. Why not start' putting these
thopghts ;into action, when Nee
have plenty of time on etur

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ALL through bw:y years.
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private duty nurse before going tivities, and plans for off duty
into public health litork with thel hours.
government. Her first assignment' ,Bea began her career here as,
was JeLerson Barricks, ..tederal a Ata:f nurse on the. wards, ,In
hospital, at St.. Louis,' Mo., After turn, she was promoted to head
several years she transferied to nurse, and in 1945 was made assist assistHines
Hines assistHines Hospital, just ,outside phi, ance to the director, Miss EllZ4-
cago."9 beth Te'fer. When the' director's
lt was while,,nursing ,at Hines position liras open in 1950, Bea was
that she became interested in Pa- the logical choice.
naMa; A ;lose friend-lad a sister "The niirses dn. min?' little
living here ,and life .the, tropics things for, the patients which no
as described in her letters, appeal,- one ever' bears 'about.' 'she said.
ed to Bea. ,- When asked for something more
, - specific' she told about a weddind

-- --;:- specific' she told about a wedding,
' Since good nurses were much reception in one of the hospital
" litclemand, and especialV un ths rooms not long ago. ',. , ; , ', t.
Isthmus, her letter of applka
tion brought a'prompt reply with The patient had received per!
niission to leave the, sosoltal long
4 an offer of an appointment. Short enough to be married. When ,, he
ly afterward, In December 1935,
t she arrived on the Canal Zone returned 'with his bride he.found
and was assigried at Gorgas. 4 i a group of the nurses at a wedding
table,' complete,' with a wedding
. "Life in, the nurses'
was very pleasant," she recalls.
quar'erl cake end iruit punch, waiting to
,Although there Were many receive ,them. The nurses felt that
and re$ulations to "protqt
rulPs ,thereshould be some little celebrat
tne-tioS for the occasion,- : 'i 3 .11
young nurses lilting alone' in a
reign land" 'she eii.joyed 16- .11ea encourages this. "We al altacts
tacts altacts with the other girls and made for
her ,con- .wrays do something." she said,
man hew friends. With such a a patient who is away, fror
arge group, there were nyiny ae, 1
home and has no family, or friend
i it him Often a patient jur.
' '' ' ',, -'-', off a -ship will be admitted awl
''' ''' ' - : have' to remain in the hospist:,' i
over a holiday season. 5 ;
' ',; '"Christmas can be ,e 'llonelY ,f
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time for -a person who is a thou-
sand miles front home ind sick 1,
in a hospital," she his found.' ,,
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' A short tour through the hospi
lal--with her as"she was otartint
', tention" the almost unimaginable
a typical day brought to our at at,
, at, variety of duties which she is cal cal,
, cal, led Upon 'to perform. ,A morning
,
. : walk through the long 'Wards for,
. a briefing by the tiurses in charge
- '',' has become part of her daily rou
1 tinq In this way, she said,,,she
, '- is ;big to- knot, the history'. of
i esch patient and can "distribute
' the nursing staff tO II 'Maximum
advantage." ' -
--,1. "It is possible, she Said,' for a
' th
, tients to be busier than one no
't nurse with One or two sick pa.,
1 ; 20 or more who, are well on the
,, road to recovery."' -; ,,. ,-:'-, ..
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1 with a patient. The effect of her
friendly smile, and genuing interl

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we would like 'to develop. TheY
cari',be -developed at any age. And
middle age is a wonderful time le
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While we haVebeen clown,
most of us have .thought vvistfullY
from' time to time of how,'1 mu0

fun it would be to be able to do,
things on the spur of the 'moment,r,'The tombination' r.hinestonts

to be able to leave home without
elaborate preparations and e e n nstant
stant nstant worry that things might not
be going all right. '

A woman whose c hildren
are grown and gone from home,
has that kind of freedom. W h y
'shouldn't she treasure i( and tn tnjoy,
joy, tnjoy, it?
' During The family-raising years
life rushes by too fast for a WOM WOMan
an WOMan to be able to savor it or to re-'
fleet on the meaning of life. ,
With the busy years behind her,
she 'cart trewn as a person if she
will use some of her time to ArY
to 'better understand herself and
others and the world around her,
.Why be afraid of time, .1 when'
the world today offers a woman
so many choices of what she can
do 121 el P,y hour of frre timp
cO'C lar way?

To hold a' chiffon scarf secure securely
ly securely in placet'a pearl heart outline
with:Sour initial pside. I
Tinted nylOns ore on,their way
in. But remember, when you go
to buy; they. look much darker In
the box thitv they do on the leg:

It belongs in your wardrobe:
the short black chifon eijening
dress. Not only is it a real stand standby,
by, standby, it's one of the most flattering
fashions a woman can wear.
,
Tbe secret of having closet
full, of clothes that are ready to
wear is constant care, This involv-'
es both time and trouble ,but iS
worthlt. It means to delay in
sending clothes to the cleaner or
in rinsalg otit Ingerie. It!, mean
making small repairs at once. It
means keeping shoes po;ished and
neat.-It also means never having
to turn: down. an Invitation. for
lack of something. to year.

an-ireab water pearls 'is a pretty
o'ne Treatyourself to pia or ear

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rings or both. ,

You've just bought a new dress
but haven't had time to have it
properl titled 'Don't give,: into
the temptation to wear it before
alternations have been made". It
will spoil both your feeling about
the dress. and the impression' yOu
make On others..
Fashions that belong in every
wardrobe:. the .bulky white -sweatr
er; some simple, straight skirts;
a short evening dress; ,one pretty
bedroom coat; a pair 'of frivolous
mules; one wool jersey coat.',
Those pearl n' ecklaces that pu'l
apart !IOW come in three-strand
styl joined with gold metal' bar
that can be removed. And they're
offered in high fashion colors of
orange and sun yellow )r spring.

lest in each .one was evident as
we ,pessed through the corridors.
, 2,When the nurses' luarters, Were
closed several years'ago Bea mov mov.ed
.ed mov.ed into lone quarters in Diablo.
With the assistance -o! a ,!friend
who had professional decbrating
experience they converted her two
bedroom unit into one thattmight
well Add 'interest to the pages o
, any decorating Magazine. : ,--,!
i An attractive color scheme 4of
delft' blue sncif TOSe is a Aiertect
setting for some well ct us e,n
pieces ,'of good furniture. Mita.
.urniture purchased' from the
quartermaster, when the,, nurses
quarters were ,Closed -wail painted
the same blue as the walls; and
cushion covers pick up the accents
of rose. 1 r ,i
She enjoys, using her french
crystal, fine china,', and linen,s
, when she entertains, Which is ta
I ten. ,,,''' ,- '., , ''
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' At the present her father who lip
Et years of age is visiting her and
spends his days walking, teading
and chatting with the many Menu
he has made here.. ,. '
, t Boa likes to paint and on hoe
walls ars sersral interesting oil
' paintings which 'she did some
time ago.' Itscent4, due to lack i
of timeher creative talents hays
turned to gift wrapping. She il p
to bring presents to her friends
on any oCcesion and they usual.,
, ly temoy tho Artistic wrapping
as much as the Off. : 4
A Member of the Soroptomist
Club and t the Isthmian Nurses
Association, many of her off-duty
hours are spent participating In
those organizatione civic and so social
cial social activities; -,-
,During Vacations she usuill re returns
turns returns toher native state of Wis Wisconsin'
consin' Wisconsin' where she enjoys the cool
brisk, climate 'as's' change from
the tropics. However; she usually
fits foto her busy vacation sche-!
dule at least one nursing Conven Convention
tion Convention and one or two visits to a
near-by hospital. 1
1 She feels that- keeping. up with
current developments in her field
is an ,important part .01 her job
at Gorges. She alWays returns
with a fresh approach, she said.
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YEARS ago, the older. woman
used to find herseltconined to
some horrors misnamed "mature
styles", when she- went shopping
for a hat. There were shapeless,
,unbecoming pieces 'of milinery
guaranteed to 'make any woman
look. 10 years older. :
'They've vanished from' 'the
scene, fortunatelyAlats for ma mature
ture mature women- are pretty snd flat flattering,
tering, flattering, as they should be. But
somemature women, in discoverI
ing the hat bar, have taken over
teen-age styles. 1
,Now,-these are dandy on teen teenagers
agers teenagers but ludicrous on an older
woman. The hat 'with a bill,' one
with a button on top or- one of
those gayly checked affairs looks
absurd perched above a dignified
There's a happy midium. At all
ages, Americhn Women are fortul
nate in being able to find styles
becoming to theni. It's important,
from a beauty standpoint, to be
sure that fashion Ma your age.

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' Storage center assembled' from seven 'coordinated units cin be ,
arranged In many combinations. Walnut finish makes units'
, adaptable for use with several furniture designs. Cane-paneied
' doors have removable back panels to permit insiallation of bwra bwra,
, bwra, speakers. Drawers are .of lightweight. serv,iceabley molded s
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By KAY SHERWOODK
HEA Staff Writer
Ilarfhazard storage of the bulg bulging
ing bulging load of equipment we consider
vital to our education or amuse amuseAnent
Anent amuseAnent during our leisure hours
has posed a housekeeping prob problem
lem problem for which answers are begin begin'
' begin' ning to appear. ,
'Some modern homes boast the
custom built storage wall where
an assortment of objects can be
gathered together handily and
neatly. But most do not.
, We coninue to spot the Tv there
the hf-fi here, the recorde yonder,
the extra books in boxes; film.
camera, ,games,,; correspondence
and so on go where there's an
empty drawer, shelf or closet cern cerncr.
cr. cerncr. ,
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' EFFORTS TO TIDY the situa situation
tion situation with readymade units have
led to some imposing arrangement
of stacked-up .chests and cabinets
sometimes rather block-like and
monotonou., '1 ;
This spring,' hOwever, we'll see
more 'atiaptsble versions.
.One of the, outstanding ones, is
made up of seven coordinated u units
nits units that tan be used together or
separately. '
,,These units RTC designed more
or less witli the specific problems
of leisure-center, storage in mind.
THE,INITS concisti ot base ca cabinets
binets cabinets in three widths; ,36 inches,
51 inches, and 19 inches, with shelf
and drawer storagel three decks
in comparLble wipths and A an
open, adjustable bookcase.
Cabines ore all the' sqino depth
119 x 29 inches,' and all boast pull pullout,
out, pullout, service shelves to'serve, yari
,
ous proposes.,
The drawers are an innovation.
They' are molded of high-imoact
styrene and are said to be about
two-thirds lighter than : ordinary
drawers. The smooth plastic is
easy to clean, resists chipping and
won't stiCit or warp Out of shave
'The drawers ore faced In the
walnut, used for the, rest of the
units. ,,

ONE OF. THE WIDER DECKS
has a drop-leaf compartment with
desk space and open shelves a above
bove above it for books or bric-a-brie.
The ';'other wide deck has open
and closed ttorage, with cane-pa

' Sleep' Knits Wor'rs
a-nAy aSge011sNoDnebtahsaisesfborothnetraeuetyinadt
indispensable! regular deep. To
achieve thiS is ,not easy ,in our
speeded-up age.' Whether She's
homemakei' or career woman or
both, a woman frequently ;Inds
herself short on sleep
This is a condition that's physi physically
cally physically uncomfortable and tearing
to the nerves. There's just one
cure for it: rest. Vitamins and
beauty aids, ,howeVer helpful,
will ttot make up for the. damage
caused by a lack of sleep,
And, of course, the amount of
sleep needed varies from person
to person. The person who gets
along nicely on hours' sleep
cannot understand why anyone
need.eight or even ten hoursput
many peonle do., if they are to
functiom efficiently and enjoy life,
When you find yourself cheat cheating
ing cheating on proper rest,. call a'balt Ond
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neled doors tclosing off part of the
,The narromrdeck has a tambo4.
ed, (roll front) compartment aa
a cane-paneled door at the Alp
of three adjustable open shilVes.
All 'the cane-paneled doors have
removable back panels so that a
hi-fi. speaker could be, installed
quickly behind .any one, of 'theft.
, The, tamboured compartmenris
sized so that a turntable could be
fitted'into it, k, ;
THE BOOKCASE. has titree'. ad adders
ders adders and eight shelves;By ninha
of simDle,,vertical screw adjuit adjuitments
ments adjuitments the width can be varied:Jo
suit the spate Up to'48'inchea
; Although; the' assembled, 'ilintt
Can be used to, turn about fttret'
of wall apace Mtn an-impressive
storage center, ;they are carefdlly
designed for'exnaller, and lessgoat lessgoatly
ly lessgoatly arraagements.
Made of waln'tit:' finished 1- inn a
warm brown shade ana fittett'With
silver or 'porcelain hardwarevtthe
desigtv,blends with contemperlity
or, informal, ,traditional furnitpra.
V- OLDER '-' HOMES whtde
rooms with 13 feet Pf uninterriltit-'
ed wall space' are scarce; the in individual
dividual individual units still give nrotnise
-of good Ilse of the slim will space
between windows or doors, 'or"in
the architectural jogs and tsiths
one' encounters in such dw"ttinrts.
The versa tilitY of the units', 't
light weight and dimensidnal
billy of the drawers in any cljm ate
are aimed to attract the attention
of the family that moves arpUdd
as well as the atav-ithomes.
Jncidentally, the molded draw drawers
ers drawers 'with their smooth), serminsa
construction provide a anal-file
and clean plPce tn store delicate
fabrics and ingerie as well as
sturdier items.
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vention, W'Omen of 'he'r pro pro,
, pro, .. . , -, 1, -,..,:. ,' t -;,,,,. .: .. -The narrourdeck has a tambour.
.. ,. - - ,' ' -, -' fesien Meet i.13tifer'.-Dhal- An!' t;::..::,"(::::".....,::''''''.'',:i::::-... '..'''.:',;',':::'......:::.::'::.:;:i-;'' ,'' .-'::'...-,,::''.::::,,.'-::'..i.t. 's .. '-''. !, .,' Haphazard storage 'of the bulg- ed,' (roll front) compartment an
, ::.::' t.:..is: .,:. :., -- ,,,,...-- .--: ,... .... :,..,:,...,- ': '.- :': .: .' ..- s'
I .- . ,-.-- ', ,- ,,, s '. ... i , ., i..:.',. :' ',....:. 1' .' .:,:. :' ::: ...,', ',-.:.::,'':'''-,'- -.'-',i, ,,?: .' 'F''' ', ing load of equipment we consider a cane-paneled door at the .tlp
, 2 -. : ' , 1. ...' ., !, : lenge: they, two a- true. tin- i ...:,- ,::::.....::,.. -...:.:. ...,.. .: ...::.:!:::..,,, :,i:i.. ?::!:...,--..., ...,: ::.:':'$' ..':'::' ".-. :?:,'; vital to our education or amuse.. of three adjustable. open "shilVes.
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- ,,- 5 -. -.. C-1 I : C7 . C7 y,,, i ,..- dersta,nding of Ktiman nature. ', ment during our leisure hours All 'the cane-paneled doors have
-i? eell, aciz.1 Eve ...1-oact .J-Car. ,LlitOttijitt :1 woe...m..1i .,::;:;::; j:..,1:;;;:::i.,,,.:..:::::x.,,,:,;,,,..,!...,:,,.:,::,,.:,,,i.,,,:i.i.,.,,,,::,:,,,,,,,;i.:-.,,,,i::,:,.w.,,:...2;::.:-::..,i;..z,.::,:::,....-.0,-.----- ,, ,, his po'sad a. housekeeping prob.' removable back panels so' that a '
"' Bea qualified', On.' ki 0 t h ,, , . , .. t, - "- .. ---, 2, :,-,',.. ,, ..', ' "':. ,.-', :..' ,', L.' '4 r"- ' lent for which answers are begin- hi-ft speaker could be, 'installed :'
' ning to appear. t , ,,,, , quickly behind any one, of 'theni.
l turntable could 'tie
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'SOMe modern homes ',' boast the The, tamboured compartmerit''
' ; ;;4':'"''' ''';',... ,-:'' ...:' '.. ';' ;',''' ''''''''''' ,'''.''.-:--,- '' ''.0'-'. '',. ., ... s ',.-- ''' .' 4 i cOtints...,; Pectors. r'; lira lue;',). her MISS BEATRICE SIMONIS at keine in her attrac4ive Zone apartmeht, 'In- Diablo.The Chinese rilereen
'' "''''' '' '" '' '-' - ', - -, f -.-,,, '. ,, in the backgroun,d is of teakwood inlaid with blue and, white -porcelain tmd, iii, the focal, peint Of bee,
as
,.4','",'',Vbat''S'-yronr're'aetion' Wien 'tie if iv'e steel' the 'refrigerato. r With knO, Vvle,,dge,'", i patirts',',, ma, i interesting:41nd,, inv,Iting living roo, nt.,',...!i-,,',. ', ".,- ; '.,....., .. ; ,:, .,.. ..,, ,i,- .:,,,, ,,,...:.,,. ...... .,,,: .1,,.,,,. acunstaosmso;thmueiriltt sotofraobgeiecwtatillcaw4hebree
- s youngsters troop 'into the quiet milk,- fresh fruit juices, ,and'have her. warm person,ality and .,',.,, '', "- i, ,',-, '.'. ''-'''-, .- i
house After school and Abe Place a suliPlY of whole wheat cr4ckers 4,4e-rfut -s' tro) tri t.' r i privite Auty .nursel before. going tivities,, and plans for off '. duty estin each -.one was evident as gathered together- handilY .-. and ' -;- ........ ,, , 4
esp,,:teeerttileap Ito.17:87inchaed.lizit,
y a e lc mann r not ,, '.-
; '' explodes f with noise as eVerYone or oatmeal cookies or similar las. , .., , into poke. health. work with the 1 hours. ... , ., ,. ..-.' .., : f- we passed through the corridors. neatlY., Etit MOSt do
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',-,,demands something to Cat and the: tY and healthitil foods on tap, :we'll in dealing', with : people. .10- government Her iirst assignment' ,B0a began.; her 'eareer, here as 2When the nurses' ouarteris Were ,a We coninue to svot the TY there tiers end eight shelves, Hy .ninhs, ,..
-,,',1 cupboard and,,,.-refrigerator doors- be helping, to supplYrthe nutriOn '''''' i '-'''' '' e : el ' 1 4 --e a JeLerson Earricks 'aederal I a ,stal nurse on the. wards,',In -closed several yearS'ago Bea mov-, the lif-fi here, the rceocrorredsepoynodnednecre,
geth.i.r.,these,..quarities''p0
!,, 17(Og.., "idetyl.. 2,,. ,. : .. ,' .-:,-.,,.',.... al needs ef ;Our, Iningry -children.' g!G hwossplial, at St,,,Loniso,'Mo., After tu, rn she was, prometed to' head .ed int 2one quarters in' Ptah's:). the ,extra' bOoks in boxes; film. ments the: width can be vide 10
4i; , :. ...- -, ,s. ; 1. : f, -,,,,, --,,,,,, '.........-.,1,,' r- i ,'t''- not' lair to' 'beCEeti intpirstion several. years ,she transferred' to ,nurs'e, and in 1945 was made aSstst- With the assistance -0"':'ii 'Yfriend camera, gairies,,,"
r.t, ':: 4 ' h ak r le in I KNOW KNOW.
. KNOW. All too soon, omena ; s a ,, , yo gs
that 'tin ' '''' ''' '11 '''''''' '" ''. ''
it'ts. ',-ivl to other rnembers' Of the hos- f '1 cl t d her there's 'an Alth h th
'''' ''' '-- H. Hospital, just Outside, ghir ance to .the-director, MISS EllZ4 wao had pro CSSIOInt ecora mg an so on go w e, . oug e assemblee,,atinfil'
mes
' ' :r. beth Te'fer When the' director's 'experience they converted her two empty drawer, shell or closet ccrn- can be used, tot turn :about 1'ttc.cr.. ,
'' i that-feeding problems don't end often. resist ,anything that Might --.-: , cago",,,, .. -: --: ,.. .
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" with babyhood-they only change. be touted as 'good for ',theiii,,,,4:-,1,
v 'pita! statk Their 'therip hies osition was open in 1950; Bea was bedroom unit into one that' might cr.. 4, .-- ., :s ,, of wall 'space: into, an-impressive
tu,tic It. was ,', while,aiursing ;at H P ,, , .. . ,
..- 1,,,As youngstert- grow up, between 7 y e .wise not to. mke
It ma b 4 J 1 ' ' ' ".. '' that'she became interested in, Pa, the logical h 11 dd '' t t t th pades o ' ' '- stor ge
e oice. '' ., .- we ,a in eres o e at , ----.... , a center, ,,thOY' are- careftilly :
va ue to the.-patients is clear A 1 f iend-had a sister "The niirses do-- mail?' 'little any decorating Magazine.',. ,',--i EFFORTS' TO TIDY the situa- designed for'snailer, and lesOpat.
',. meal snaekstake on the., import-, en issue, Of. .. the...vitamins they're - , , nama.; e ose. r
'-ange almost .,of ; full-size r meals. getting, ',.. i, :If," r ,!,-, ,4,I,,.-., to the thotisandsfof Sid( peo. living here oand hie in e, rope
th t s things for, the patients ,which no i AA, attra'etive coler scheme of tion ,with readinade units have ly, arra.igements .' ,,,,, -.
r N.. P'
.4,4 TO many, mothers.' of teenagers, Introduce them to 'shaker 'drinks i ..-.' a deacribed in her letters appeal,- one ever ears a ou
h b t h 'd d Ift' bl 0 and, rose is 'a vrtoct i d it t
A posing arrangement ,' ,, -,,, - -,,,, .,,,-.1 tii, ..
1 val. e ti ,, t: e o some m .. 4 , , .,
pie s., ttnd' Visitors who ''me.et a ,I When asked for something-more setting for some well ell 0 i e,n of s acked.up ,chests and cabinets ''- niaae" 01 Walnut,' finishedi hide
.,. the' between-meal snack seems t -millt 'shakes made with instant , ., ,.., ,. -ett to Beii. -;, .; .,, -.
someames rather block-like ': and Warin brown shade and fittecNifIth
I 5 be more in demand than a regular dry, skim Milk, inilk ., ,,- and ice her oit, her. lob, v... .,: .. , Since good nurses ivers
''' -''' '''' specific' she told about a' wedding, pieces :,'of good furniture.' Rstta.
much reception in one of the hospital airniture purchased ', from 4:' ,- the monotonous f : '' -- ' silver or :porcelain hardwareOha ,
.; . ,...,.
4, metil.', ,A -...., i.i.,, .-, ;,,,, .:,,,...,). 'cream .and' fruit juice tombina- "' -,' ',- ,',--., "' ,, -.J3 " in.demand;' and specialty on thi rooms not long ago., i" -; -,'-', ', ,' ",. t quartermaster' when- 'the; nurses T. This ,spring,"' however, we'll see design ', blends with ,contemportty ',
. ,:.. , .-, ,k ,----...- k, 4 tions such as -apricot'nectar and Her, Interest in nursing began- Isthmus, her letter of applica- The 'patient had receiv0d peri quarters were aosed -wati painted --:-
more 'adapts ble versions.' ''',.,,, or: informal, ,traditional furnitpra. '
' ,,;''. ',WE SHOVLD PLAN for snacks pineapple-op.'orange, served iced when ,she was a child and Wa8 -'tion brought a 'prompt reply with niission to leave the, sospital Jong the same blue as the walls; and, ..,"One of the, outstanding ones is -- - ', ',....,....., 4- ,,,,
. almost aa ,carefully, as for the dal- and frothy,, e :r. .0..,s. .. ,, ,,, largely:influenced by several fem. -, an offer of an appointment. Short enough to be'married. When ,, he cushion covers pick up the' accents
, made. hp' of seven coordinated- u- I'M': OLDER '-', HOMES : whtee
-.- ly' menu.: 'Some authorities -Jltink .,--, , , T,,- ;,,....,, ,.: .,.. ily, friends, doctors in her, heme.
I ly afterward, in December 1935'.
returned 'with his bride .he,. found' of rose.-, ,,,, .-r-- , ': ''-'1 nits that tan be tised, together or rooms witb 13, feet of uninterrtihtt-' '
sdultgitmbel.11
.' we don't -give enough attention t,e 6 1 T4
,... YOU -don't,have fla 'shaker; or townof Twin Rivers, Wis.' -,r1,t sho 'arrived .151. tits. tonal Tono ..,..- ,.. -1.4-, ", ,
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r;heerful Syrripathetio manner private .cluty nurse before going tivitiei and plans' for off ':duty est'iln-eaeli :one was evident as gathered together landily and ,,,, , ..,,,
, .. r... . ., .. into poblic' health. Work with the 1 hours. ' ',',l ,, 0 we' 'passed through, the corridors. neatly., But MOst do not, , mg BOOKCASE,. has ti;iee'llid ti;iee'llidTI
TI ti;iee'llidTI (leafing', Witn people. 1 o- government. Her iirst assignment ,Bea began' her career here as, 2,When the nurses ,quarteriv ere We coninue to seot the 'rv there tiers and eight shelves, By zoom
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' '' i '"' ' ', l't ' 4 i i was Jef,erson Barricks ,teaeral a sta:f nurse on the. wards, ,In Closed several yearS'ago Bee mov-, the bf-ft here, the recorde Yonder, of simele,,vertical screw adjost.,
;ether Ahese ,.clualities cogiu
, , ,, hospital, at St,.,Loulso.'ildo., After turn, she was promoted to head ed int '2one quarters in Diablo. the extra' bOoks in boxes; film. merits the width otin be varied:10
i i, ,, ,.. of wall spaceMte an -impressive
let' tali to' 'becferi inspiration several years she triinsferred to nurse, and in 1945 was msde assist- .With the aSsistance.'e A Yfriend camera -' galries,, : torresPondence :nail: bthee usspeadeetoitipturto:281:0inuct;i4r.,;0,, t,
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' ''.,.i,' ",,,'" L. ' i '' L L '' Hines Hospital, just outside pn, ance to the' director, MISS ElIZI who had professional decbrating and SO' On go where there's an Although the.. assemblee. atintty
..0 ower mummers 01. tne n os os,
, os, ,, ' .' beth Te'fer., When the' director 8 experience they converted her two empty drawer, shelf or closet ccrn
Wets:V.:Their theripeUtic It was while,inursing iat Hines Position was ()Pen in 1950, Bea was bedroom unit into one thatImight cr.. .,. -.
- , , that she became interested in Pa- the logial choice. '' well ,addlintereet.to the Paies,,,,,O '------, , storage center ,they- are carefully
ralue, to t.he -pstieh,ts, Is otesr, llama; A
close friend-lad a sister "The mirses do' Min?' 'little tany decorating thflgazille EFFORTS TO TIDY the. situ. designed' foram' allertand lescpAt
tion with readmade. units have lyr arra.igements. ' '' ,,,,
t0 the thousEmds "of sick' peo,,, living here and life in ,tho, tropics things for, the patients which no iAn attractive color scheme of
' as described in her letters,sppeat- one ever' bears sbout."2'sho ;Said. delft' blue end, TOSO la a t,th:r4et led Ito some imposing arrangement , , --'i Far', I
AO and, Visitors who me'et d t B
, ; silver or porcelain hardwarevefie
, ,, , When asked for something 'more setting for some well et o a e,n of s aeked-up.ebests and cabinets Made,' of walMit,'' finishedrinrila
ler on- her lohd s, -'' ' specific' she told about a' wedding, pieces 'of good furniture. Rtitta. someames rather block-like and WaTM brown shade ana fittect'With
' Since good nurses wore much
reception in one of the hospital .urniture purchaSed- from ,- the monotonous'. f 11, ,.. '1'.
''' '''. t .' 4'... '' ''' ..I 3 ' ihdomand, and ospocialV on the rooms not long ago. ';' , ; ". '-. quartermaster, when the,' nurses T i
This spring,' however. we'll see design', blends with contempersty
, Her, interest In nursing began Isthmus,. her letter of appika- The patient had received peri quarters were ,Closea -wali painted
more 'atianta hie versions, ., or, informal, .traditional furni4d.a.
vhen ,she was a child and waS 'tion brought a'promPt reply with niission to leave the, sospltal Jong the same blue as the walls; and .,',One of the. outstanding one's .is .....,..., h.... ,,
argely influenced by several fam- an offer of an appointment. Short enough to be' married. When he cushion covers pick up the' accents
, made up of seven coordinated u- rist- OLDER '-' HOMES : whtre
ly friends, doctors in her, hope7 ly afterward, in December 1935,. returned 'with his bride he' found of rose.. :' , -- -1 nits that Can be used together or rooms with 13, feet of uninterrlittt-'
,OWO of Twin Rivers, Wis.' ,' ,,' t sho arrived on' the Canal, Zone a group of the nurses at a wedding Sive enjois, using her french , ', , ed wall space are scarce; the in-
separately..
. Foilowing4itree-yeers -ef tiespit- and was assigriod at Gorgas.
i table,' complete,' with a wedding crystal, fine '- china, ', and linen,s dividual units still give ,nrotnise
il training she was graduated s'Llfe in, the, nurses' These utliti OTC desikned more
' cluarLerq 'cake end fruit punch, waiting to when she entertains, Which is a
-? o'r less with the speelfic problems of good Ilse of the slim wall pace
'rem lilt. Sinai Hospital, in Will- was very' pleasant," she. recalls. receive, them. The nurses felt that I ten. ;,' -- '..' ' : of leisure-center, storage ,m mind. between windows or doers, or"in
vaukte -With: the ',,honor of being Although there were many rules thereshould be some little celebrat 'At the present her father vvho Is , .., - 1 , ,:-,,.. tits- architectural jors and ttiths
iecena in her class. Howev,er, be-- and regulations to e f th
"PA-q- -e-tioS for the occasiony, ,-',1 3 11 Et years of age is visiting her and
t'il-IE,UNITS concisti of 1;ase ca- one' encounters hi such dw-Ilin-ts.
:ause' she was under the required young nurses lilting alone' !wale ellea encourages this. Me al- spends his days walking, .teading
binets in three widths; .36 inches, '' The versatilitY of the units, 'the
ige, special- dispenation' had 'to reign land" 'she ,enjoyed her ,con ways do something." she said, and chatting with the many ,rienti
51 inches, and 19 inelps, -with shelf light ,weight and dimensidnal SIA SIA)e
)e SIA)e secured 'beford -she could i be tacts with the other girls and made for a ,patient who ir away, fror he has 'made here.. -., .. '- and drawer storage,,' three decks bHiy of the drawers in any climate
lesignated as Registered Nurse..., man hew friends. With such o
She sopeht SeveJI,, years as!. ; &large group, there were mlny ae,-, home and has no family, or friend ., Bea likes to paint and on hoe
to visit him. Often a patient jur. walls ars aovoral interesting oil in comparLble 'vripths and A
o en, adjustable bookcase. , an are aimed to attract the attention
' ., of the family that moves aro4nd
, .,
, ,. ,,,, A -, ,e,' .. -'." 'A,-- '1 '.. ': 1 ' ',-- -'-','''' 'off a -ship will be admitted awl paintings which 'she did .some ,,
PCabinets ere all the. rltne depth as well as the stav-ithomes. -,.',
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s ate snacks ly chatting youngsters Will dclevour ,-,11.,''...., . :; '"Christmos can "be ,e :, ioneiy I turned to gift wrapping. She il
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IMO for-a psrson who is a thou- to bring presents to her friends ouu aervice sltelv,ve. iv avi wv iii- -- ----- ------ ---,----i,
ted, sweets, It. ,,,,,, ..,, ,, ons pruposes, ,',-. t e t ., 1 ,, ', construction, provide a snal- rte
asually fur- ' , , , -' ,. ,.,, sand miles from hams and sick l, On anY aCcalicin and tbsY usual., The drawers are an innovation. and clean plPce to store delicate
iential vita- - n', .c! , s - '4 '-' in al hospital.," sho hes found.' ,,,' ly tonloy tho Artistic wrapping They. ar,e molded of high-impact fabrics and lingerie as well as
'A short tour through the hospi- as much as ths gitt, ,..- styrene and are said to be about sturdier Reins. ,, s
tal,with her, as"she was starting A Member of the Sdroptomist two-thirds lighter than ordinary 7 :., i ',,,r, '' -1.-- I
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0 ',' FORBM '- akteni 67 :. .. 'fi ,- a typical day brought to our at- Club and t the Isthmian Nurses drawers. The :smooth 'plastic is s ,.....mc
',, tention' the almost unimaginable Association, manY of, her off-duty easy to clean, resists chipping and
, variety of duties which she is cal- hours are spent participating ,ln won't stiek pr warp Out of shape.
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over a ohda season. ; 1 of timeher creative talents have
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telf wrannints.. Shn 011t
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those organizatione civic and so-1 arawers FtrP tucl
1, le,,,d1,1,Uposon.2,oupfehrlorim6n.11,A;tvamtdorgnifnogr pio amivitioo
, wslnut used fog the rest of Mel

, pay closer neea to , ,
',the larder. If it's filled, with soft EV ,. MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE : .tv-a-lkth-r-ou"gh' the long WardS for, dal activities.- -., .- , wainut, used Tor ,tne, rest ot tne
. drink"; an& concentrated swwets, , , .. , . a briefing by the nurses in charge -During Vecatiens she usally re. um s. .,,, . , ..,,., .,.,. , 0 4, ,
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'1, has become part of her daily rou- turns toher native state of Wis- ---
' 'they'll' undoubtedly'be'srelished 'but 1 Brakini the stroller 'in front; of 11"
1 tine. In this way, she said,,,,,,,she corsin where she enjoys the cool ONE 01r. THE WIDER DECKS
''APPletites for more needed foods her suPermarket; Eddie's mother ,,i
said, "Watch the, baby until I get 0 -A,.
- is able to- kno the history of brisk. climate 'as' if change from has a drop-leaf compartment with I )1 z t t , ,,, ,
' ,will be spoiled, and a yourn,ster.
with' skin br weight prob3ems back.";,, ,"-., ,, ,, - II ,, ,
each patient and Can "distribute the tropics. However; she usually desk space and open shelves a a.
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,;Won'tbe helped by such a diet. Instead, Eddie folloWed her t ''' fits into her busy vacation sche.! bove it for books or bric-a-hrie.
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'yr ,, :,- , the store. When she turned to're- i' '. k.
, tandevannutargsien!,, staff tO, It ,Inaitimu.m
dule at least one nursing eonven- The ';.other wide deck has open
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''' 1 "It ill possible, she said; for a tion and one or two visits to ., a and closed storage,' with cane-pa- ,,, in.
, 3 ..., 1 p at her -order, he darted away. I l nurse with one or two sick pa.' near-by hospital. , ",
. i,.. and began rushing up and down ',
IRRsS EC
8 .. omema ztn:9 ,.
the canned-food aisle.' Catching -, 20 or more who, are well on the current developments in her field .31 K t W
eep ni s orris ., .-I1
. tients to be busier than one with
$ She feels that- keeping. up with e 1
, .' ,'-.- ,...:-..:....: :: hiii, she. slapped him, 'crying out or ad to recovery."' -''-', is an ,important part,, of her Job , ,. .
i fill' IKE H ''-'-'1
, .., ,,,.. .1 :,- , .. , to s curious fellow shopper,'"He ,,
' ,I Vften the secret of it neat house won't do a thing he's told. If eVer ,' 1 with a patient. The effect of ber with a ,fresh approach, she said.
at Gorges. She slWays returns
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b nbt hi hew hard you scrub one 'She stopped often for's brief word
th t' b th"
any age Is one a s o free and :'
there was a kid with, a will of
hie one, it's him." '' friendly smile, and genuing inter, : ,. -A SOUND basis for oeauty ,at , . 114
. day but what happens in betwt01 4 N - ,,,,, indispensable! regular deep. 1. To
teleanings. For example, moPPing '-',Thus,' while ,perforMing action' 4
..--7 '''' ''' '' '' ie.' J achieve thiS is not easy in '. our . ... ..,
lip spills and splashes from the thAt nrAtpch.ri v.4,1,,,,,,. ,H....1.,... "----.---------,--------,... tee at w 4 1 ' peeded-up age.' Whether i
1 ',' ' 'CI ''' i ' -; 's ,. '' s -he's 11 FA'BRICS .1' l'
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- ,,,, , '..tahion ; nomemaser or career woman or - - -
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MIMED win( TUE revonsibilitte of '-,the, nursing pro-
le hi IN
both, a woman frequently ;Inds
her elf short on sleep
gram in at 348-hed general hospital, Mitis Beatrice 114 Sim& OP till go
This as a condition that's physi. 'DRAPES ;
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Nursing Service at Gorgas, tiospitai;, finds To hold S'
her lab K
2 limy nnd rhnilonoine AnA ."4 1 1.. sin,,,e, vtoorl inAntt yrs Ar, ry.rs"
caljy uncomfortable and tearing
chiffon scarf secure

I 1 ljor 1ig. ht ; herscli.short on alcep 'DRAPES 11
- This is a condition that's physi

vow. anis fact vit.:0 in uorgas- isospna4 tillaS ; 110111
her, job a ,busy and challenging one "No, twodays are' ever uncomfortable and tearing l
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to th nerves. Ther 's lust one
Ily in place:, 'a pearl heart outline

1 1 Lc! ilerVeg kuot, vile 7 ouLE Liu rata 71-711
the same when you aro woritiniti-ocrlo-se.Ty-w-ith-"sjo'n;;;;Iiii t'n, it, rp-tt int!

Piet she saYs i ' : YEARS ago, tne omer woman --- .... - ,
J.fauty aids, however helpful,
' Tinted nlOns ore on ,their wAY used to find herself' ,con'ined to
whan Vrill gtt Arrua hArrtirt mitnamod "m2ture will not make up for the. damage nPritr rInn

caused by a lack of sleep, , I
in But rememner,
t I e f ,, the box thin they do on the lee j
- ''"' II A ,96.'''. ' to buy: they look much darker in
Iwnen Yuu a', 8011110 1101TOKS zuanautru 11141,1.11. Ci
styles'', when she- went shopping
for a hat. There were shapeless,
And, of course, the amount of 1 . .. : viRt.
sleep needed varies from person
to person. The person who gets A.... v IL, v a a 16 a, it u 0
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Elizabeth Kittredge Parker,' The Pana Ma' American, ti
t begins serialization'of the story of a New England girl
s who came to the Canal Zone in .1907'to marry the
late Charles Parker, a will-khown Isthmian:The two ,!,
' : had met at the International Latitude Observatory. in ,.
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, Gaithersburg, Md.p' where she hattl,a job as an astro astronomical
nomical astronomical computer. Elizabeth, who had 13.-A.-and
A. degrees .from' We lisiey College, for a time cpsratid
; a private school in Panama City. After her.husbind's
death; 'she Worked for the Air Force in PuertO.Rico.
The mother of three daughters,'Mrs. Parkei counts
two granddaughters and two giandsons. A Member:
- of the American Association of University NVorrien,
' and the National Writeii Club, she' lives at 600 7th
: AVe. Northln St. Petersburtand is a -member of the
Panama Canal Society: pf Florida: "Panama'', Canai
k Bride" ls Mrs. Parker's first book it Was pUblished
by the ExpCsition Press of NelAi ,York; :

-4-1',wisb' we' could come, Eliza Elizabeth.
beth. Elizabeth. But It would mean a whole
day away from, home and I don't
like to leave the baby so I o n g.
We'll be thinking of, you, though,
-, and see you another tim.e"
We hurried off the tram. I look looked
ed looked around. A tall man was smil smiling
ing smiling at. me. -, A ,
,s-,"This is Mr. 'Manning, Eliza Elizabeth."
beth." Elizabeth."
shook hands, with him, feel feeling
ing feeling that I had met,a friend. Char Charlie
lie Charlie had told me in hii letters how
much he depended on Mr. Man Man'
' Man' ming, supervisor of labor quarters,
, and subsistence 'at Gorgona,
located' the luggage., A
4""'Hey you George Mr Man
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rung turned to a husky, barefoot barefoot'
' barefoot' ed, black man, the blackest I'd ev
er seen. 4"Get your, gang and
bring those trunks up ,to my
house." J
."Yassuhl." The black man grin grinned.
ned. grinned. "Th!y'll be,there, in a flash,
'But I'll need 'only the small
, trunk, tomorrow," I protested.
"You might as well have thinn
all," answered Mr, Manning. "The
boys have nothing else to do right
Low." ,

',...1-watched with Interest as each
man hoisted a trtmk onto his 'wool 'woolly
ly 'woolly head, with apparently nO effort
at all, and started up the hill. We
turdged after them, up the narrow
d'rt road, on either sile of WhiPh
were square wooden houses,r,built
high up on stilts.
"Do you mind walking,- sweet sweetheart?'
heart?' sweetheart?' Charlie asked, anxiously.
- "I'm sorry we have no other
transportation. ,Fortunately, it's not
far."
"Oh, don't mind at all," I an-'
h a iery' Short time, .we stop stop,
, stop, ped be'ore one of the houses, the
sRine drab color and the, a ,1.1n e
' shape as all the others. 'Only a
,.number on the door distinguished
it. A lanky woman with faded heir
and colorlewcheeks stood in the
doorway, a smile, on her sweet
face., I knew this mhst be Mrs.
Manning and 1.wondered, subcon subconsciously,
sciously, subconsciously, how soon the tr pies

would fade my shining hair and
take the color A'om my red cheeks.
- "Come in," she greeted tor tordially.
dially. tordially. "We'come to the Isthr,rius.1,'
We entered. I noted 'the bare
floor, the walls ,with the beams
showinga mere shell os a' build building.
ing. building. But with the friendliness of
the Mannings, I soon forgot the
strangeness and began to feel at
home. , ,
That night,!I wac lulled to aleeP
by the soft breeze singing in the
palm trees,' and the birght tropic
MOOn shone through''my -,window
like a benediction,

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. NEXT MORNING. I awoke to
brilliant sunlight.. This was ., my
wedding day! .' ''', ", '
I looked at the stately p a I iri
trees outside the window, the
feathery fronds swishing slightly
in the' morning, breeze with ft,en-
tle 'sighs of contentment, In bar- .-
monr with my Inward joy. ',.
' I ,turned 'to look(' a my lace
wedding gown, hanging on .1 the
bare wooden wall.' How many
times -during the past year I bad
taken it front the closet and gaz gazed
ed gazed at it, wondering 'when and
where I would wear it When I
ought, it, I, was expecting Ch'ar-
lie to come to, the States a n y
time. I thought of my disappoint-
ment as weele after week brought
the same news': "Sorry, dearest4
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I can't get: away yet ,. Tbe, Canal
, has to,;he qiug,' yeti knew, and T
' can't leave my job. 'Maybe soon,:'
Einalln .I, suggested that I go
I to the Isthmus by, myself, .- b a t
Charlie' didn't7want it that; way.
At last, however, after the '. had
received his last promotion to oe
superintendent of labor,' quartern,
and subsistence,. with its increas increased
ed increased respOnsibilities,"' he realized. it
might be 'a long time before '' hp
could get away, 'so be relenfed,
esnetiallY:as hi friend Mr. Wood,
who was- going north' for his wife
and, new baby, urgea Charlie -to
let 'them Chaperone me down., ,;
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All Photos
By'LLS. Army

' -, Lit dusinau2,. tart upmr.
Backing'up the &cogs of the, U. repairman, transalator, engineer
S, Army Caribbean is a small ar- foreman and skipper ,- navigator
my of; civilian ,employes. Among for small harbor craft
the most loyal and stead'ast of .USARCARIrrs Engineer Section
these sre 3,000 Panamanian na- is the Army's heaviest 'employer
ti.nials, whose duties rtin the gam- of Panamanians, providing year yearut
ut yearut front laborer to :chiefs of pro round employment for 1110 clvihan
duction control. workers in this, category.
Because of their bilingual calm- They employ inachinists, media mediabi
bi mediabi ities and background knowledge flies, power plant operators,. jour jourof
of jourof this Lima, thencontribution-to neymen eleCtricians and joumey joumeythe
the joumeythe eliciency of the civilian force men 'plumbers.' 7
is considerable. ' Other locally hired bepers are
They work at, such diversified carpenter foremen, carpenters,
jobs as baker, heavy equipment painters, Insect and rodent control,.
operator, recbanic,! laundry s lers swimming pool operators,

UNITED STATES ARM Panamanian artillery mechan-
, ics pool their efforts anetalents .ip repairing an antiaircraft
, gun at USARCARIS- Ordnance inaintenance shops. Work Work,
, Work, ing on the radar control, box of a 12,0min' anti-aircraft ,are
left to ',right, Plc Gilbert IL Brewer of the 17th Ordnance
Company, and Eduardo Alveren, a Panamanian empldyed
by the Army since 1946.

- DOUGLA$, a Panaman an emp oye, a es- res ly
baked bread from one of the giant ovens at the Quartermas Quartermaster
ter Quartermaster bakery in Corozal. Douglas; who has been steadily em em'
' em' ployed by the Army since 1940, is a resident of Panama City.
3.1e received on.the-job training with the Army in prepara prepara.
. prepara. tion for his job as a bakery equipment operator. t

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of Ionely women- and men at war.,

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ARNOLD PETER, who 14 thePast Ye'ars' s' vier'
-1 : for the,USARCARIB Ordnance,' Corozal,' talks' ovee some ac-
Hvities of the division with Copt,' Harold 11, ,Matlice, chief
the fiscallind,,managementofficejeter is a recent
3 pate in history and geography from the 'University of Pan.
ama, where he has studied since lt,53,, His thesis, 'Topony-
ot the Canal Zone," is possibly the most complete study
,of place names ever to be made on this area: A copy will be

I VI pPICU lidUIC3 ever to no inane un MIS area. A copy WM ota
juven to the Canal Zone Government for information pur.,
: poses. He presently serves the Army as clerk translator.

pervisor, presser, mangle operat operator,
or, operator, bus, truck and passenger car
driver, clerk,- artist illustrator,
draitslunn,,: precision instrument
repairman, transalator, engineer
foreman and skipper ,- navigator
for small harbor crag. ,
USARCAR1B's Engineer Section
is the Army's heaviest 'employer
of 13Anamanians, providing year yearround
round yearround employment for 1110 clvilian
workers in' this- category.
They employ inachinists, mecha mechanics,
nics, mechanics, power plant operators,. jour
neymen ele4ricians and journey journeymen
men journeymen 'plumbers.' 7
Other locally hired hepers ire
-carpenter foremen, carpenters,
painters, insed and rodent control

atii)y o s
sewage disposal plant operators,
packers and craters, heavy truck
drivers, equipment operators, lab laborers
orers laborers and janitors.
In addition to these "regulars,"
who are employed the year round,
other, or "new' labor is hired for
work o! an emergency nature, --
The' Quartermaster Division of
USARCARIB has the second high-1
est number of Panamanian em employed
ployed employed by the Army Sales Store at
Corozal. There they perform such
work as sales store stock clerks,
while others with skilled and semi,
killed capabilities work in the
main office is accountants, book bookkeepers,
keepers, bookkeepers, and personnel clerks.
The ration breakdown section,
where food for the Army Carib Caribbean's
bean's Caribbean's mess halla is divided 'and
shipped to respective units,-, -and
the produce section are run al almost
most almost exclusiveli by civilian help.
Ordnance provides steady em employment
ployment employment in its versatile shops for
another 270.1ocal civilians.
They too range from laborers to
skilled technicians working'on US-1
ARCARIB's rolling stock, wheeledl
and track vehicles (combat and
non-combat), and wapons ,,' both
individual and crew-served types.
' -Working on the gigantivi 40 ton,
M-32 tank- retriever is all.; jn: a
day's work for the 81 civilians help
ing. man the -shops.
Chemicil Saction has two,.
Panamanian mechanics- in I t s
, maintenance shopc They': repair
such- items as gas masks and:
flame throweM A P,storekeeper,,,,
- who issues and -.receives
plies, a tlerk-typist who handles
requisitions and stock contreit? a
driver and a' clerk make up their
quotai,
'In' ther Signal.Section,. Patiamw Patiamwnian
nian Patiamwnian citizens work at installing and
repairing telephones 'and radio e equipment,
quipment, equipment, t
In wire, communications,- they
are employed as -table splicers,
maintenance helpers, linesmen add
riggers. ,--Laborers antennae
mai;tenance 'perforin a. variety of
duti s from clearing grass around
the antennae to checking equip;
,ment.. A large number-of clerks
are employed, some as clerk-typ..
ists and' others as accounting
clerks. The remaining Panamanian
employes in this sectien work. as
warehousemen, storekeepers or ja janitors.
nitors. janitors. ---
, Of the '104 Panamanians -w h o
work'. for the USARCARIB Sur
geon's 'Orice, 94 are employed in
malaria control., ,,,
These men perform miraeles of
drainage -and irrigation throughout
the ,military installations on the
Isthmus. Spraying' breeding 'sites
to kill larvae and concucting sur surveys
veys surveys tolocate mosquitoes are part
of Iheir" work:. '
Another facet isthe preparation
of inseet specimens for study and
research by scientists,
the Transportation Corps, loe
al 'workers run ',the gamut of
jobs.- They drive all types of ve.
hicks from. ,light -cars to school
busesThe school bus drivers are
,an ,especiallyl loyal, crew owning owninging
ing owninging their vacations to fits in with
the school year and performing
their,duties with, care.
' In non-driving fi'elds Panama Panamanians'
nians' Panamanians' do clerical work; assist in
keeping stock records, and act as
warehousemen, Seamen are also
employed to man- the small boats
and -work on Qboats.
Panamanian employes also hold
elministrativo and clerical, lobs
in' the headquarters and staff,
soctions. ,' 2
Each one of the'- civilian jobs in
the 'Army plays ,its part, in, keep;
ing the wheels running smoothly.
The Army-feels' -the good neigh-bors
-from Panama who make' up
such a large part'of this 'working
force have the satisfaction of know
ing that their efforts are surport surporting
ing surporting the 'great, force for democra democracy,
cy, democracy, whieh, by- its extqtence,',: pro-
tects the free. cotintries of t h
world.

TODAY! SUDO
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ARTISTS;,,ILLUSTRATORS AND DRAFTSMEN are, employed by USARCA111B, for the purpose
of creating posters and for cartoon workz Tim 'Jim Carter, center, thief of graphic ,artS helps
trim out -new ideas -on 'souvenir maps ivhich are passed out,, to 'newcomers in the command.
At ;left Sp2 .Dpnakt,G, Stone, an, Illustrator 9ho lias been hi the Army for nearly three
yeara And, at ,the right is Carlos Angulo,,41, Panamanian -who has. been, employed by the Army
'1945. Both 'had -on-,the-ioh training to ,qualify them for their work Carter. who is ,a U.S.
'citizen front NZ,,',.canie here '.1n: k949. Prior, to that he Was with Walt Disney a;

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"MOSQUITO' BORNE,DISEASES hav'e inery a major prOblem thiart of the w. orld sas
Capt. Robert DA:Altman, center, chief of the preventive medicine survey and malaria control
section of USARCARIB. Here he Scrutinizes some of the findings of his all-Panamanlan -laboratory
creW as they identify and, label especim ens brought from various areas.. Clockwise, the
lab technicians are: Luis Palnia of Paraisp,' On the Job .for '13 ,years;,' Edmond J.: Mattaden,
Paraiso, 13 years; Luis E.' Sanchez,'ParalsO, 14 years; and Luis Pinzon of Panama City, 14
years. One liundred panimanians are employed by the section with Jobs both in the field

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ritteisioN INsTriumENT REPAIRMAN Guillermo Aranguren, who Is a native cf Boguta,
Colombia, has a total of eight years, with the armed services, four with, the Army ond
with the Air POrce. Aranguren Is a special4t in repairing optical Instruments for survc, z
and triangulation$, engineer levels, and fire-control instruments related to firing the i'loy'3
biz gum-. lie, also Trains chronometrrs, altimeters, theodolites, aerial cameras and r A
equii,ment used in erodetic surveyirT, Ile is a re,-Ident of ranama City, anci is employed
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trees l,outside,,,, lite ; window,. the ... ,..,, -.,,Iii, wire- cemmunicationii I he y ". :::' : .',:'-:0,..RAMi:',:.:::,:,.::::::::::::4,,.:'g::.a,;,:0,.:-::. ,,.:',...;W::.!..:.':':'.'6::;',:..,:.:,:.''..ik''::.-.:,'.:.::,;:',;:::k:;1:..::::::.,:,:::;::-;:.:,4:.;:,;;:,,:::::..',MgEr.":::
feathery. fronds swihing slightly ... t. ,' are employed- as ,-table-- splicersi '7'
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wedding: gown,:-',banging on .4. the ';. .:.,
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bare wooden': Avall,'::- How, m a n y .. 'P'''''':.'''' ,.-,: ment,',A large number-of ..clerks .i, .:..:'.':-.1::.;;'.,:.::.1. '. t' :.. .;i.4.1',5,:.3- ;:''''' ., b, "' ,:k, -:,',k. 4 "-:-',:,: :. ,,, -:::ii:.,::::..--
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times 'during the past' year:1 had :' ., .. : .. '.. ,, .,' ,,,, l'.- ... '" ''..', ,: ; ''''', '--;.; 1 1, .. .:. ?f,.:,....:.::::, r
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taken' :it from the closet and. gaz- ,: .,.." .' i , : ,; ' .. ...4,: '. .' :' ,,'... clerks The remaining Panamanian : ,...:,..,,,,:.,H.:,.:,..,.,, .....i,,,,.:.,,.-7,-0.., -t.,,i!... ,t.. ..J,.-.:..:,..,g,i,:::....,:,......, .... -, t,..,..:...,..,,..,. .......:,.,::::-..:..::,,:m .....
ed.'lt., it, ,' wondering, Iwhen 6 and ;. : 151V1TE1i STATES ARMY and P,inamanian artillery Meehan- -., employes in this section work, as ,:::: ,,..,,,.,',...',,,..,::,..., ,.,:::!.:.,. .: ..,.. ,,,,,, ,,,. ,;?;.'', .... ...... .,.,.e.,.,.. .', ...:: .:,,..,..:'...:;,:. ....',,i .::.,,:,.::.gi. ...
where .'1 would wearit. When j ...:, ics, pool their efforts anCtalents in repairing an. antiaircraft '..-, warehouseinen, Storekeepers or ja. ,,,,,,,:,...t,..:,,......,:,..,s- ,';'..?i.'1.i...,;- :,..k. !4,,,;2.,,,. ...,..4...;.,-.(..,.',...,....1. ...... :........::,...,,.!:. :,,,,y.:::......,,,.:.......::...::: ;
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bought,,': it.' ,I, was expecting ,Char- .' .::. gun- at :11SARCARIB' Ortinance '. In aintenance' shoPs,,,'Work ', '-,' .nitors;., :;. L.-; ,-. ,::, ,':, .:1 7 ',:if04.g.,!'M:,..'::.:,:.',,'I:,:,:,::.::':-I:,. 4:111.,4V:: :4 '-'-' ,,,,,,,:e:':.:i:-'':'L';',. '.:.,,,,,.;,... &,;..,,,,,,7-.. .:',:Fk:,.. i,!!:0::::::-Y-g''.!-:-.',.,';'; ,,:
lie, to, Come to, the States. -,s n y .. ing on,' the 'radar control: boa of, a 120min", anti-aircraft are ......,,:, .. ;of the '404 Panamanians i-w h o -. ,:i.,.,.,::'m.',:::,.::..4',:,.,::'.d',,,,...,,.::'.. ,..t...-.,;.i.,,,,, .,,,,.4..i 1
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timi.', I 'thought of my disappoint- i .r, left to iright,' Plc Gilbert 11,,,,,Irewer of the 17th' Ordnance ., 4 ,::ko: j,:::,,,-,.:,,,,,, ,: ,'i;,aii.... , ?,:.:,.,....,,.:.,L.::.:..:.i,,,?,..,.,. :.
thement., as weeleafter ,week brought ii ,. Company; and Eduardo Alveree,', a Panamanian eiriPidYed...,..',!(,,, geonrs 'Ofice; 94. are employeg. :in. :,::n..ii,:,..:,,.:::.;:li::.;::4,,.:.;.-4.0,,,",,.:0'...,,,;,.. ;.4,1".7.,.....7.7.?...:.:7.4:. .:,:.....;, ,..,..::......t,.,...!.,k, ..e......,:,,,....i....,,:.1,.y.....-..i,!.:,,:g.:.,,,!..A. ..
same :hews!' ; (,!Sotry, dearest, Y,,'. by' the Army since 1946,,.. ,, ,., !. ,fr;,7-:.,;...:.'..,,.,',. ...,;;.,.,-.-,. :: ,., ,. :.... ,.,,.,,,, .,. malaria, control,,,-,-.,,,,:t- i i ti-:',F7,:: '-f..i'iik::!.;:g-.:,-:::....f ..i.::,.:,:,:::,..-,.,.....: :?.',?.......:-,,,;..,,..:-e-rti,i.,'21.:::::::.'::'6::t-: ,;;;'..,'.. .. -.::::-!,:.'.',;',!.',:. -.,,,,,-., .,:.,,,J:,-,:'...-:.':;,::::W, .:
has1 cattt:- geV away:',,Yet.,, The, ?., Canal -,:. ,.-?. .. i -,-. -, ,, ,-; ; '' '.....,-, : ,..:,... :. -.-... -' ..-.-,:;,-. r., -,..,':. e .' .,, i, :,',:These ,men perform miraeles ot 1. .: .,- ..,... : :,,0:,.. ; .,,-..:,......,,:. ',f. -..... .4,:':'::':.:: ....::::::;:: '- ,,,e,:.:: ,:,..,:.A?;:::::
can'tto -,,be t.l. tig;, yett.knOw,s and .,! - .....,---:,-,::,,::,,x,5,00'6-- drainage and irrigation throughout f..r.,,.,::,,., ,. ...:,,.,.- .,:,. ,':.:.,a;...:!.!,.....f,-:.!::..iti'iei.'..::,,;. ,..,..: :::,-'0::;'-' ,,!' ..' ';';':::,i4i',,',W&,!:ir..'",::.'-'.,,. ''.'
legye toy, job.'Maybe sonit,:! ,,,,,.-.',:,,,,,,, the ',military ,lastallations on ?. the ''',.i,,,,......:..... .,...,,t,.,,,:'.;',..1.::::.,". ',':.:i.i...:.::,'::'0--:::.77.,: ,e...7'., ''':,;','.,,::;:' -'''''. ,,'..-.:. ...,-,..::-.,:... .,...." ",- F::...::',:::::.i:.: :.
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to ',;the .,,Istinus ,b .rnyselt;:', b n t f.. or: --1 ,;!,. .... s, to kill larvae and :concocting sur- 0.:;,:,.,.::.,.;!',..: ,..,,,,:::.,,:,..F.,,......,,,:,..1.,,,,.. ...4......::........... 4....:.,t,......:.. ,,,...,,,....,...:,... ....:::.-v,.........,............... :::.:.:, ..::.......y. ,
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Charlie ', didn'twant it that'Ovay. i',-. .,,'4 ,'' veys toloeate MOSCItlitdeS are part ,i,..,,.i.e.,,-,,....,.!,..,,;::, i.,w.:,::,,:,,.,:,,..,.:,:-,,,,..,::.:,..:f.:-.',.. .::::: :....:,.':'..,:.:,':;:::::'.,'!,:.:f. '.
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received his, last prometion to oe 4s..., ........,,,,,, ',, ., i,.."Another facet is the preparation ;ili,if,,,i,:.1...,,....!. -,,..,..,.4,,,:.,,,!,,,,,,,,,,,.::,,.,:., ,....,.,....,......,.,..... .., ..
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superintendent. 0 : I ab or ,' .quarters, xa-,',:721:-' Z:-.'';' of inseet specimens for, study and i!-,..:,-,,.....,,:,,..y...,,.:::::,...v.,1.,.-...,,,.:,,,r.::::wg-,,,.i......:.......E.,::::. ,......,....,:p.. ,I .,.:,, ,t.
and subsistence,. Nvith Its inerea- ,.
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ed responsibilities,' bp : realized it .:. .... .,1.,........,...-, ji.
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might be,-a. lang; time before ..' be ':':':1':'..!'".., j.'...:., .. .. .... . ,, .... ....
al '.'.Workers run :. the gamut.. ::: of
could : get' -, awa, so. lie :,telenfed, st,-:,.'':.:;.--.:: :',..r.
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esnetiallY!taa ilia 'friend Mr.,: Wood, :,. 11,:..:,.,..!..:::::....,:,-.,,i:,:. 't, : ..:::'f-,. 1 .1-:. . hicles ;from ,,light ;:,cats to school ',, : -. ..
who,:was.going, north '. ter his ,Wife 4:,'.....;..i.--,...:......,..,........':., :::':',,..
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,,,::,A,. ::::.:::.,,.::. buses. The sch000l bus edrw iverrrsa enrge. ,,.'c'MaOtS,,Q,R110IbTeOrt 13,140,11, ANIEtmDatilS, EcAenSEteSr;hcahvieerboe;ri:th ae .. mprae)voern-tpivroebmlemed
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nod, neWbabY,,,, urge& harlie-to :-. 11 ,,::.:::e..,,...,..,....,,,,..., ,?4:..,..i.... .. ,.,,,,,,,- licnine surve, and malar ,, a .. .
let'them -Chaperene ;roe down,.,.. 4; ,. .i.-ji-:,,:ii::,.:::,,i,:;-:,:.,:,.... :::,,:;,,.::::,:,.:-..:.--....ni.::1:.:::
.',.!:" ing their vacations tci, fit in with section ,of USARCARIB.:': Here, he SeriattetilnalZpeect4 imS0emnea obtrotuhgehtfinfrdoimngsv.aorflohusie aarlela-Ps.ancalmocaknwlaisne,
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the school i year and performing ,-oratory creWian. ass., atrhee.y1- ladieanptiafyintfaandoi,
"::'':.' their ,, ditties with. -care,. ..,'..., ,.. : ,., lab technic ,
I,.aparaiso, ori the. ,: Job .,.for 13 ;,years:1 Edmond J.- Mattaden, ."-
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are :emPloyed by the section with ,Jobs both in the :lel
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'titans, ,do clerical work, assist in and lab., .-.. .--.., ....; . ., ,.,:, ,.... r ...., , :. .,.,..,..,., ...., ,4 .., .. .: :.. 7.0 .. .., , .. ... ,
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keePing atock'yecords, and act as ,.,r,4,..', ..,,, 7 l':.:.' : 0 ,:,;,. ';',.,:; ,:,':; i:.''.4."..,':. '.,-:'-,..., '.:,1':, '.1::;:,-,,. ,,;,;,- -:.,. ,, : .' ,.'.. ',.. ; ,::'. .1. ,,,, , .'. :,
warehousemen,H Seamen ,-, ate also. .... 7 -...,......,...:,2 ,..7 sk .s.,....- ,..; '.. : ,,- ,. , ,;, , f,, ,,.., ;i ; ,; ., r .,, ,. , . ..
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1.75 -...,!,'0'.4a ,, 1 DAY -: Each tie Of, the', civilian jobs: in. '.-,........ ,; :. s', -.., :...., .,'-'.' .....' ,, -'.. !.....-'; ',F. , ..,".' ;;: ,i'' '..:..,:, ,....:-i' .,.. ,;:: ,'- .:' :, :,... '' -. ..'
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: -- i-1 thing about biology to trace - ----
: : the life span of a duck from, egg
,....4 to maturity as evidenced below.
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Begin by drawing the egg (ac--
v tually two eggs, a smaller one .1
r'''''''' tor the head), as indicated in- -
Step 1. Continue to add lines in- '
''''''""' dicated in Steps 2 and 3.- -b-PectrO

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.,,;, ,,,,,, ,' -4 '. FHERE are some twenty trillion milys be-.
, ft.." -.;,..:;;;,-, ..
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' -,' .. possible for scientists to telt of what materials
' Ar) such distant objects are composed? :' -v, ,
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till We can gain an insight on the answer with a
' simple experiment - ,' ,'

Egging icni We can gain an insight on the answer witl! a,
' simple experiment ,.
A RTISTS needn't know any anylt
lt anylt we take a dime in a pair oi tongs, wet it dip
thine about biolorv to trace

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' : By V, O. Kaufmann ',.
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- '1,47"2 atippos0 ano pioture is
...1 worth 10,000 worda. Add 50
- words, given beim, and you hams
' a "10,050-10ord.descliption of the
. ; l'thiW at right: .' .-
The Ample-. '
, Til int she w,p ,... 414. ..,.
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is held respon- ft, 7 ,,
' s i blot 2 tor the ',',. '. -.-- 1
, name applied to i- I.
,,an old Indian
7 game.', Author'.
' ties state Mit ,"
. N, the name iv a's '
balitowed by ''''' ''
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' French, pioneers ", : )
,, .. who w a re' re- C '3 '.
,. minded of this -',,.: 2 1
-objeet-bya ',. A ,,',.
', curved 'stick '. ,..
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, which was part ,
- it
, of the. game. r
..: Object of .th e f ',. :

-. g a m was to 7, ) f, ,
use this stick to ,tir
drive'. a' ball
, through an ,opponent's goal. ;
. Sidesinumbering hundreds were
,.. generally pitted" against ,leach
.,, other itnd games sometimes last last'
' last' ed tor days. : ' '
'-' Y- Ilere's the thingwhat is it
,and what is' the sport?
,,. vsso,to of of ottloS1 otu, 'Toll
so samosa 'knows it si si isousov

A N interested spectator Is miss missIng
Ing missIng from the lakeside scene
above. How quickly can you re.
store this figure to the drawing?
' Begin by drawing a dotted line
from dot 1 to dot 2 to dot 3, etc.,
to dot 23. Where two number's
are beside one, dot, Use the dot
t for both. Afterward you May
wish to 'add appropriate colors to
the completed scene.

Some Odd Ftguring
, TUB DIFFERENCE between
I two consecutive odd num numbers
bers numbers is, of course, two.) 'rho aunt
of the squares of these two Mun Muni'
i' Muni' bers is 650. How quickly can you
find the tw missing numbers?
venesis pule uaoluottes teottolos

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time the coin glows with a bright green hue. t,,
' It has been diecovered that every element gives
off a special color of its own when heated. In salt,,

To II this wits tester, pro- 1
I ceed as M a crossword putt.-
isle, using numbers instead 01
letter; tor. answers. InSert a
single digit in each square, Th,e
trick is to get answers that wilt
unction across and down., A, k
,
, ACROSS.
Ineome tax:
May your sixteenth be
' gay and sporty :
, And rest in peace gour
Form
6. Thai hour, o' night's blaek
arch the key-stank"
7. If an ant can crawl 8 feet
in 15 seconds, how many inches
can it crawl in three and three:
fourths minutes?
' 8. The dummy in bridge always
takes how many tricks? ',
9. Prefix the 190 letter of the
alphabet to Boman numeial.
10. Bedlam is three wornen and
bargain sale; chaos is --
women and luncheon check!
Substittite vowels fOr' even
1 ',Albers and consonants for odd
numbers in: 1, b.' 4, 7, 9, 6:
14. 'Said the Chicago t,ra,in por porter:4
ter:4 porter:4 By Central Standard time
this train is due to reach, N. Y,
, by' o'clock tomorrow morning A
but by our daylight saving time
it, is due there at 10 o'clock. By '4
Eutern Standard time it is due
there at o'clock and by N.r.
Daylight Saving Time it it due
there at
,
, DOWN ? v
) 1. 1 paid 50 cents for a pen,
and pencil. What le the cost of
I the pen if its price was 34 cents
' more than the pencil?
, 2. A low number.,
3. Profit on sale of 10 shares
Otock at 313 each if bought at
312.50 each, commission $4.95'?
4. Oues: warned irkarmed.
5. Main Street lament; ;,-
, parking meanscustomers,

issing Woids
cal in the two blanks in each
I of the following sentencis
jwith words spelled with the same
letters:
,, ,"I, such weather as
this." Jack said. "The -- is
more than I can bear.",
2. Alter the fisherman had
drawn in his he counted
esti in it -v
,11. Ancient Romans wore an
outer -garment called a
which was sometimes made of

HON Do We Kno3, d'e Sin

4. The burglars tried to
the carpenter hop but found not
single
' 1001 10011 WI "gni, 1
'lob meg tsaiiiieuv

it, in quantity 2
ot salt. and theq
hold it over a gas
or alcohol Came,
it .will burn with
a bright orange
or yellow color. ;
Repeat the exZ s
periment with a
small amount 14
boric. acid. Thia:

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it is the elemint sodium which,
glows yellow. LW boric acid. it ill
boron, which glows brightgreen.t
Though many 'elements may

, 6. Bill knowa as a sawbuck.
9. Senators are 'elected 1
every -- years and Represeata.
dyes every,:-.0-Ayeara.
10. it became Illegal to pouess
Over $100 in' gold in -33.-
11. Ethymia with "more f.un.11' 4-,
12. 1010, itision ',means that
one ctui sett ideally at a-distance
et how malty feet? -,,',
13. One sometimes ivoaders.
, 15, Tuska on it narwhal.
'317:

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'13111Sugene Sheffer
ORIZONTAA. 's P,
1What shall the sluggard 'do,
because he did tot plow? tPt.

94) -, ' ...,',. 4:-Biblical mount (S. of S. 4:8)
., 9-Place built, by King Azariab
, 4 (2 Ki. 14:22) 4,
. , 14-Salutation.
, 10 15-IVIusical composition. ', t
.
r 8-Refasten.- ,e -.. .....
9 17-, Pertaining to'a nation.
,
- ; 19-Predatory incursion. ,'
21-Note in. the scale. '7
I !Al 22--Nobleman. ,,
-oil ,,,410100...,,...- 23-Latersd boundarV.
-4,410.11Ipopoor.,... 24-By, 1
25-Adhesive miXture. --
1'"-... s',,-.....--,...,,;-- .....,k ....VI-Musical pipe. :
I 11 ,,' 28-Immense. 1
' ,, ''''' ..""---7-1,...... ... 29-Slender finials.' ,! '',-, ',.
30-Title of address.. v
.
31-Roman road.,
' Imp mita:ma uni op...pang 33-Ex. clamations. ,
inn lo ouompuo3 sill .01111 pel
34-Hiram sent these' t,reer to
,lop) oonoq ouo qiwouoq ousgod Faun
...unon eql m ouo 'woo eq ,toul Iry David (2 Sant 5:11) -
- , 3(3-Fall flower.
,
0 0 0
11 39-,Symbol for cerium. '
40-This is ,"not to the swift"
, ,' lEccl. 9:11) -.
41-Where the guiding etai-shone
- moix.11 15 pum (Mat. 2:2k ),
biliiis 43-Beholdi I
1 44-Place to which the ark was
sent (1 Sim. 5:10)
' mlistuoi-ootettawia sue Aitio evti 48-Rigid. -' '," r
Crti I iliwunualoo retil pauppixo iii 48-Small drink. ''
n loapiap silo jo ofueiop ui 11 11110.13
4ou saop lnq osuopeJ inn Jo sun ouo ; 549-S1 on of Eliphaz (Gen. 313:11)
ot.tono; out; oql 'woo oq Amu ev -Fall month (abbr.)
. 52-German admiral.

, ' 53.....seing. 1 ,
55A wila of Lama (Gen. 4:19)
Mel A.i.i. 57Buckets., ...
"II 11.11A. 11 58Monkey.
.1111hTOill- 1111,00.60..11111111j) :CISirketey minutes.'
61Symbol for tantalum.
62So be it-
CLASSIC ERMAN ANSWERS 62Young goose. 4

, 11, WAS ember
I nosed no end
,
todaY." said the
- tired business-,
-'' man. 'HI forgot
- my home tele;
phone number."

IGN IS SIMPLY,A RAT RA

DICI4ARB BOB has three davghtera,', Alleea is ,a's
1 old 'Ai Beatrice, and Chloe tOgether.' Last 'year,
Beatrice' ,was twice as old as Chloe was' then. Two'
years front how, Aileen will be twic, as old asChloe
is then. .What are the ageti
, eintb 'eAu Q01111103, Itgala aaativ toonaio9
.

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seem to give off similar colors,
scientists have ways of distin distinguishing
guishing distinguishing between them by the use
of a spectroscope. This tristru
ment, whose chief part Is a prism,
can analyze and identify glowing
materials near or far. dividing
the light emitted into the many
(tolors of the' rainbow. With the
- spectroscope's aid. scientists tell
us that the star Betelguese is a
, MEWS of (laming hydrogen: that
, the atmosphere of Saturn is
, 'chiefly methane. and so on.
- yrobably th; body which scien scientists
tists scientists have deyoted most researcii
upon in this mrumer is the sun,
our own source of beat and light
, Spectroscopic examhlations, of the
sun have revealed much about
. its, composition.
Scientists claim chemical analy analysis
sis analysis of this great solar body has
enabled them to identify veil veil)
) veil) oUs elements, Including hydrogen,
carbon, nitrogen, helhuri and
otherst--over two-thirds of our
known elements 'among them.

66Muse of lyric poetry.
68Love feast of prbnitive Chris Christians.
tians. Christians. 70Row many horns did the
dragon have? (Rev.' 12;3) '-
'11A great Biblical 'city (Gen.
10:12) ,',
72Father of the 'one to whom
pertained Sochott (I KL 4:10)
- 737-French coin.
1-4Pouch.
t 2Adam's wife (Gen. it:1)
.'3.The first book of the Old
Testament
4Aflame.
5Thin, soft muslin. -
a 6Grow old.
7Greek letter.
8Eagle's nest :
9,-Great Lake.
210Guided. r
11Near. t
''.112Pieces of baked clay.'
I3The pure la this arr blessed
(Mat 5:8) '
''18Makes lace edging.
20Son of Cosam (Luke 3:28)
23Antitoxins.
24Portion.
25Christ preached this (Eph.s.,
2:17)
" 26Where the Philistines Pitched
1 ready for battle (I Sam. 4:1),
,,,, 27Floats.
28Waistcoat,
30Dry, as wine.
32Set duty.
- 84Place of Christ's first miracle
(John 211)
' 37Son oi Hebron (1 thr. 15:9)
83Lassos.
40--Seat of the Vaticatt. 4
42Dexterity.
' 45Garden flower.
47Tailless amphibian.
48--The unclean ones fell' down
before Jesus (Mark 3:11)
rilatributed by King Features ?Indica

It's easy for -- G V ,
me to remember (3' job",
mine,".. said his
friend, "because 11.51) 111
it consists of four 7
different figures 1
in descending ,-.A111)1:0
der of value, and
happen, to be my , ,
auto license number 'reversed. Moreover,. the Awo
numbers added together total 14553."
"I do wish there wu' on easy way tor me to re.
member mine,l' -said thle'first man.' ,'But I still don't'
,
see h9w you're -able to figure your ,nUmber. frorb
what yOu've told me." : t, t
Can you determine what the friend's home tele telephone
phone telephone number was? (Drawing above will help.)
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right one, m
By Using tracing paper you can
have trial races with your friends
tr0 Nee who can finish first
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Quotations; by : Boris Randolph t ii e in.-, T b a n, :
: (David McKay Co.: $21.15). Sbcty- wherever possible,
six puzzlers yielding a key verse form new short words- until you have discovered all
. from Old -or -, New, -Testament the missing letters. ; 2- ,- ; ,, l ;...
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THESE TROUI3LED

FDIGING by the
J numerous and
constant requests
t o information,
on them, the two
puzzles on the
right,are the
niost enduringly
poptilar an (IL
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dozens of pencils
and erasers, arid
reams of paper
but to no avail.
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give the answer
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reader comment.

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don't be disap disappointed
pointed disappointed at the
answers. Na one,
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57Attitudinized.
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62Goddess of malicious mischief.
63,-,Aeriform matter.
64New: comb. form.
65South African antelope.
67Roman coin.
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The problem is to connect,the three houses with electricity. gas
and water three are to be connected to each housey trom the
outlets, Oesigdated Q and Mi without any of the comiections
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each different line composing this rectangular figure Withotit CrOSIP
ing any of the lines twice. A solution for this, beers the name of
Leonard Euler. celebrated-Swiss matheniatician.
Diagrarainect solutiona for both posers appear stssishen:e 'page.
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IT'S PIE IN THE EYE as Bourrassa, radioman seaman, left,' foreground, digs in. Mason,
Butchcraft and Silva ,found they were no zna tch for Bourrassa- who became' champion pie
eater of the dayt , , ,
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it TERRIFIC DRIVE belnr followed thiough by Mrs. Shirley' GOLIEMBISKI, RADIOMAN SEAMAN, First man diving on the
Sass was still not enough to -defeat thetperfect form that won left, proved to bo--Commsta's budding Johnny Weismuller as be
for Mrs. Velia Martens this event. out swam tho other six entrants in the men's swimming race.
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Official U.S. Navy Leta by Eob O'llerin,
It you bad driven ty the Farfan Naval Radio Station
Plan-round during a recent Saturday afternoon, you
' have seen grown-ups engagedi in three-legged races, egg egg,
, egg, tossing, and hoop rollirg. Since you would have wondered
what was going en here's the story:

Once eyear the men who are
stationed at the Naval Communi Communications
cations Communications Station Balboa, set 'aside
a day when they can get logoler
with their families -and have: a
good old fashined plcnic.
It's as much a reunion as a
picnic, because although the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Naval Communicatioes
Headquarters is located at the 150
Naval District Headquarters at
Fort Amador, there are outlying
facilities at Farrah, Summit, and
Gaeta.
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'rho annual picnic 'brings togeth together
er together all the Naval Communicators
on the Isthmus, and when y o u
get four groups of people togeth
er, each of which prides, itself on
its high station morale, and each
of which wants to see its people
win the many, contests on the
days program, you have, super-colossal
picnic on your bands.
And what a picnic they had.
From the moment they d v
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'under the banner extending a across
cross across the road that announced
"Welcome to the U .5. Naval
'Communication Station Balboa
Picnic," till they wearily got in into
to into their cars to return home,
they never stopped.
'Comdr. C. F. Coucannon, eom-,
manding officer the balboa
Naval Communication Staion, was
the general overseer of the picnic
and made certain ,that each of
his men and their families were
having a fine time. There m, as
tbe men's egg catch contest, in 3
which the more athletically inclin inclined
ed inclined found that tryincl to catch an
egg is quite a bit different from
trying to catch a fly ball, and re requires
quires requires just as 'much skill. Broken
eggs are messy, especially if one
breaks In your hands.
Many who claimed they hadn't
played volleyball in years turned
out tO be more skillftd then they
had thought, and played one game
after another, the only after' ef effects
fects effects being aching muscles that
hadn't been used since last year's
, When it came to the women's
golf pitch, all the ladies insisted
that hitting that litle old whio
ball up a bill to a spot marked by
a white flag must be the easiest
thing in the world. It goes with without
out without saying that the ladies found
it harder than it looked, and that

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, cations Station Balboa, set 'aside "Welcomo to the U .5. Naval
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' -',. ', 'Onc-e a.year the men who are
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1 It's as much a reunion as al Comdr. C. F. Coneannon. corn-.

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the Communicators found that
pus' invatoup to a llne. around
Fartan playground was nearly a
difficult a3 getting a satellite. t
sPin around the earth. While all
, this was going on, a small group
of horse shoe pitchers 'were en engrossed
grossed engrossed in a game which alwayr
seems to be associated with pic picnics.
nics. picnics. The losers of the horse shoe
pitch let the winners know that
they had better be prepared for
,, the return matches at next year's
picnic. '
7 And who was 'responsible fo r
all of this? Well,, in a sense its
the people who go to the picnic
that really make' it a success, but
like all things of this sort, its the
tnen in the background who have
worked and planned for, weeks ir
advance to whom the real praise
- must go.

this year,' Ens. Jimes Van Colt
Was the officer-in-charge t h

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c -1,ttee con,,st,,,,,1 of CPO
I 1, eel POls flousatan, PJLI,
..,toultau, Christ, and E,trr',Irt
Lach ct l'aese men devoted Louts
of extra work in order that a
gaol time would be had by all.
And so it went throughout the
entire eiternoon As the sun be
gan to set, a cry of "come and
get it' resounded throughout
Farfais. and with a p p iites
sharpened by a clay of games,
the ComSte people anxiously
waited in line under- the Bohio
for sizzling steaks prepared by
CPO O. C Edwards, and his as assistants
sistants assistants Edward Bell. John Mat Matthem,
them, Matthem, and Jose Carvajal
As the days events drew to a
close, everyone agreed that this
year's outing had been a success
However. the most important thing.
is that as each person drove
home 'after the picnic dinner, he
felt satisfied. By taking an,active
part in the different events, he
helped make the annual picnic a
succesSp and increased the goOd
feeling Ind high morale among
personnel of the Naval Communi Communications
cations Communications Station, Balboa Balboa'
' Balboa' A
And In the back of everyone's
tnind from six to sixty was just
one thoughtIt's just 364 days till
next year's picnic.

HAIL 'THE GANGS all here and this Is part
their juicy steaks were being prepared. :

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GOLDEN NUGGET HUNT was the big event. of the day for the children. liters bagel
Chief Keller and Rousseau, count the golden 'nuggets. The winner David Lund.

OrZE.3 Nr.v.1 tall who found out that an egg In the air is better than
were Lt. Com& rZeGuire and Et3. Joe Seausitto. -

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THE ATTIC
By Henri Con lette

We have ascended to this piradise, '
Make-believe angels hurrying to our choirs.,
ImaginaVon is our Sunday vice;
We are alone, sdong with our desire&
. 4
We are enchanted by the sound of rain,
The sarell of camphor: memory's musk and myrrh..
' is the national treasury of Cockaigne, r
, Of which we are the keepers,'as it were.
Time is ourMidas. We are of his line:, -
Ins touch descend! to us on ether side--
That golden touch. One gesture wW refine ,
This dust into such realms as dust would hide.-
These beads are pearls disguised is Imitations.
' This broken,chair, my dear? It is a throne
Irom which you may survey the lesser nations,
,Those lands that cannot claim you as their own.
ThIS box contains the thusic of the spheres;
Its Swiss machinery records .the stars;
- Ever the listener given to fancy-hears
'The strings of-Venus and the drum of Mars.
Time and Imagination what are they?
They are, my dear, the pseudonyms of Change.
The smooth, intlifferent author of our play. 4,
Master of both the common and the strange,
My sister, it is autumn in Cockaigne, ,--
And we are wearp, for.we've come so far,
To far to be enchanted by the rain.
We are alone, alone with what we are. ,
, Editorial Note: This-poem wu written by a young
poet associated with the writing prognun of
the University of Iowa, where the centennial of
'', Charles Baudelere's Les leers da Mai wu '
been celebrated by a collection of original poem&
Baudelaire was punished by the courts of his
country because ,he dared to say that there was evil
in the society around him and that the menace ,,,
in that evil WIS its terrible beauty.' The poet never
had a community in which to feel at home. It was felt proper,
therefore, that a community of sympathetic poets
-4- should create its own poems in his praise.

Courtesy Mademoiselle Magazine

- HORNED MOON
By Witter Bynner ,
We are all floundering people
; between Cod and devil.
Someswatching east, isoate west westAnd
And westAnd each one seeing best
Except that sometimes I
- Look around from either sky
Artd see with eyes and mouth
A sunset in the south ',
Ard a crescent moon come' forth
Delicate in the north
And so do other people,
None of them good, none

Courtesy Beloit Poetry Journal

,.

THEIR FAVORITE ACTOREvidently getting plenty of moral support is student actor
ard Wyman, surrounded by his, most loyal audience--his family--as he puts Oa make-up for
a play at the University of Minnesota in Duluth. Kibit2ers are, left ti right: Allan, S; Ellen,
- 1; Mary Ann, 3; Teresa, 4; Brigid, 3:. Barbara, 2; Patricia, j, beld by Mrs. Wyman (who's
expecting another child); and. Poi lie,- 10., Studying. for a master's degree in speech, Wyman
works part-yme to support bis troupe. ,4 .

a Washington erry-Goo o
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el irtvta,

WASHINGTON oil!
Sen Bob herr of Oklahoma and
',millionaire apple-growing Sen. Har
ry Byrd of Virginia recently talk talked
ed talked the Senate into voting a special
tax concession to big insurance
'companies totaling 02000,000 for
1957. Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Tex Texas
as Texas Insisted on night sessions to
help speed this tax bonanza. The
Treasury ,gave its benign blee bleesing
sing bleesing to the deal, even though the
taxes 'were already -due.
In contrast, here ist what Is hap happening
pening happening to the schoolteachers; of the
n ation when they pay their taxes.
If a schoolteacher decides to im improve
prove improve her ability to teach by tak taking
ing taking a university summer course,
the l'reasury has argued that she
cannot deduct the cost of tuitioi
or any expenses from het income
taxes. Recently a Federal court
allowed a Virginia schoolteacher
to deduct her expenses the state
law required the teacher to take
a summer course in order to keep
hes: job.
4
But in the care of a New Or Orleans
leans Orleans teacher, Lily Ida Green,
the treasuty argued that the nefien-wide
shertege of teechors
would have assured her lob a anyWay
nyWay anyWay even if she failed to take
tho courses required by Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana law. The Treasury claimed
that the summer course taken by
fArs.,Green to got misters de degreel
greel degreel qualified her ter a :,higher
ability; therefore her tuition ex expenses
penses expenses were not deductible, 4
,,Mrs. Green, however, was per persistent,
sistent, persistent, took her ease to the U.S.
Tax Court and won. -
Meanwhile. another t e b e r,
Clark S.' Marlor of ,Garden City,
New York, required a Ph. D. de degree
gree degree at the end of five years in
order to remain on his faculty.1
However, the Treasury disallowed
Marlor's deduction for tuition,
claiming be was merely studyie
to qualify for higher pay. Marlor
appealed to the U.S.-Tax Court,
.but lost. HoweVer, he argued the
case himself before the U.S. Court
of Appea's in New York and over overruled
ruled overruled the Tax Court.
Thh U.S. Treasury, which was
quite willing to let the Insurance
companies get a tax forgiveness
of $124,0005000, spent hundreds It
thousands of dollars in legal ex':
pense trying to collect a few hund hundred
red hundred dollars trom, schoolteachers.
NOTE-- Business exetutives de deduct
duct deduct boxes to the world series.
choice seats at the big prizeights,
tickets to "My Fair Lady" and
other theatrical hits as business
expenses on their tat retern s.
Some ompanies have even sent
overworked executives abroad for
a rest and charged it off to "exe "execetive
cetive "execetive rehabilitation." The compa companv
nv companv lists it as an operating expense
Other corporatjons he'd board
meetings in the West Indies or the
Caribbean and ,eharee the expense
sell: as tar Verity '" r:.
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4' 4 4

S

WALKING MONEY
Speaker Sam Rayburn left Ids
chair on the Speaker's dais and
walked over to the.. sandwich bar
in the Democratic cloakroom of
the House.

"Can I help ou, Mr. Speaker?"
inquired an attendant.
Rayburn proceeded to empti his I
pocket of about $3 in silver coins
and deposit them on the counter.
"Yes,- he replied. "You 'can
change this silver into walking walkingaround
around walkingaround 'money. It was' getting so
heavy in my picket I was on the
point of losing my britchtS.",.
,
'- PRESERVING HISTORY
It looks as if Secretary of In Interibr
teribr Interibr Seaton was going to sive
the moss-draped city of SI Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, Florida, oldest city in North
America from the doubtful bless blesstei
tei blesstei ing o: a 'four-lane high ay cutting
through the grounds the oldest
fortress in the Uni States.
, Socrotary loatoss has been
waging a little-noticed but lm-,
portnot battle to save tho nation national
al national parks and historic monuments
of tho UMW Stats (ran high highw.y
w.y highw.y encroachment. Ho has put
his foot down against high
bridge across th. Potomac whkh)
would block the vlow of th Lin Lin'
' Lin' coin Momorial; has oftowl us

1
Prairie dogs are not dogs at
all, but small rodents closely
related to the marmots. They
are called "dogs" only because
their danger signal sounds like
the yarmy hark .of a tiny dog. I
'Prairie dogs are little animals i
about 16 inches long, with tiny
ears, shining black eyes and
absurdly short tails: They are'
covered with ding), brown fur.'
0 Britanalet Jr. E4yrlopedia
...

ing the ancient Chesapeake ano
Ohio Canal for a throughway, an
recontiy has ruled against ills.
rupting the most ancient fortress
in North America for the benefit
of --gasolim, fumes, klaxons, and
fast-moving auto traffic.
' St. Augustine, founded in 1965 by
Pedro Menendez de 'Aviles, has
more history wrapped up in its
moss-draped trees than any other
city in North America. Sir Francis
Drake captured it in 1586 and
etmied the-fort whose grounds re
Florida State Road Department ''
now wants to disrupt. Dater, in
1665,' Capt., John Davis, the Eng-
bah freebooter, pillaged the place.
For over a century the city was
shopped back and forth between
Eng and, Spain, the Conederate
States, and the' north.-- However,
the ancient fortress of Castillo do
San Marcos, built in' 1638, now
called Fort Marion, still stands.
A. Wol'e, chairman of the
St.- Augustine' Exchange National
Bank, has led, is local group which
wants the new four-lane tii,ghway
cutting through the grounds of the
Fort. It happens that his rival, X.
L.' Pellicer, president' of ,the, :St.
Augustine National Bank, is' pres.
'ident of the St. Augustine Historic.
al Society. He la tyying to protect
the ,fort.
Bahker WO'fe seems to have
more political power on his side.
He induced Senators Holland and
Smothers of Florida, plus Con.
gressman Syd Herlong of St. Au.
gustine, all Democrats, to cnme in
en tbe side of automobile traffic
and against histdry Thanks to
them, pressure WaS put on the- In Interior
terior Interior Dertartment to overrule the
National Park Service ,and day ;
the throughway. -
, Assistant Interior Secretary Rog Roger
er Roger C. ,Ernst,' however, went per'
sonally to St. Augustine, liteneil
to both sides, and stood pat. Ile
and his chief, Fred Se-ton, believe
that the historical monuments ol
the nation, which can never bs
replaced,' must not be encroachec
upon. :
A FIFTH A MINUTE
When the House Committee os
Un-American Activities invaded s
ether crad'e of American history, .0
Boston, one witness bore, nalni
reminiscent of the pioneering guidi
Kentucky----Daniel Boone Schir
Schirmer, however, didn't prove ;
a very good guide for the coin.
mittee. He pleaded the fifth am amendment
endment amendment so many times regard
Inn alleged Communist associa.
stern that. as he let the witness
stand, GOP Rep. Pat Kearney
of New York asked him:
"Are you a drinking man?"
"No, I never took a drink in my
lief." replied Schirmer.
"Well, you made up for it to today,"
day," today," commented Kearney. "Dur,
ing the 40 minutes of your teslimo teslimosty
sty teslimosty you averaged about a 'filth' s
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' ',, They are, my dear, the pseudonyms of Change. '.. WASHINGTON -- Millionaire oils i . ing the ancient Chesapeake ano ,' ,,
. ; The smooth inBifferent author of our play ' Sen. Bob herr of Oklahoma and WALKING MONEY Ohio, Canal for a throughway, an
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, , tras"er of both the common and the strange, --,'. millionaire apole-growing Sen. Ilar recent4 has ruled against dm- --.
- ' -1 i, 4 ' ''' ' ' ry Byrd of Virginia recently talk- Speaker Sam Rayburn left his rupting the most ancient fort
-rase i
-My sister It is autumn in.Cockaigne, .-. , ed the Senate into voting a special chair on the Speaker's dais and in North America for the benefit 0'1
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--.., , --- And we are weary, for we've come so far, .'. ', - ,,,, tax coneession te big insurance walked over to the., sandwich bar of -gasoline funets, klaxons, and
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' 7--Toit far to be enchanted by the rain. -. companies totaling 024,000,000 for in the Democratic cloakroom of fast-moving auto traffic. ..
1 1957. Sen Lyndon Johnson of Tex- the House. - St. Augustine, founded in 1965 by .,. i i,
, i, ' We- are alone, alone with what we are. , ,- - . . ,
. .., , as msisted on nignt sessions to .. ; - Pedro Menendez de 'Aviles, has
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' ' Editorial Note: This-poem wu written by a young ,' helP sPeed this tax bonanza. The "Can I help you, Mr. Speaker?" more history wrapped up in its
'- 4 -' -' poet associated with the writing progriun of , ., Treasury ,gave its benign blee- inquired an attendanL mose-draped trees :than eny other '',
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' ,' the University of Iowa, where the centennial of ', ; sing to the deal, even ,though the '- - - - ,- city in North America. Sir Francis o
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'. Charles Baudelere's Les leers die Mal wu ,' -- - -, taxes 'were already -due, ,' . Rayburn proceeded. to.empty his Drake captured it in 1586 and fie.' .- ,,
- -- In. contrast here ist what is hap- pocket of about 13 in silver coins copied the-fort whOse grounds re ''''
- .. . been celebrated by. a collection of original poems. .,
' f th d d 't th th ter Florida State Road Department .- ",,,,,
d by the cottrts of his ;,
... . :. ,.,,, Baudehilre was punishe , ..,,, . pening to the schoolteachets o e an epos' em .0n e coun
- nation when they pay their taxes. "Yes,", he replied. "You :can, now wants to disrupt. Dater, in
' .. country because,he dared to say that there was evil ; :
'' in the society around him and that the menace 2 : :
!, If ii-sihoolteecher decides to im- chahge this silver int walking- 1665, Capt.- John Davis, the Eng- '
prove her abihty to teach by tak- around 'money., It was' getting so hsh freebooter, pillaged the place. ., i-, ''
- '.'. ''s .. in that evil Wite its ,terrible beauty.' The poet never '' '.. mg a university summer course, heavy la my -picket I was on the For over a century the city was
, 1- had a community in 'which to feel at home. It was felt proper,
the Treasury has argued that she point of losing my britches.' .. shopped back and forth between
- therefore,' that a community of sympathetic poets -, .. : Eng and, Spain, the Con'ederate e,
: - --. should create its own poems in his pratse. , cannot deduct the cost of tuitioi , ,
from h c i ome ''- PRESERVING HISTORY States, and the' nortit, However,
l I '' ' ..'' ' ''- ' i ''s Courtesy Mademoiselle Magazine astillo do A--
taxes. Recently a Federal court - a , the aocient fortress.of C
- allowed a Virginia schoolteacher It looks as if Secretary of In- San Marcos, built -m" 1638,' now
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't , ' ' ',I - to deduct her exPenses i the state teribr Seaton was going to sive called Fort Marion, still stands. ;
- ' - law required the teacher to take -the moss-draped city of SI Augus- H, A., Wol'e, chairman of the
- a summer course in order to keep tine, Florida, oldest city in North St. Augustine' Exchange National .-n
. .. -- NoRNED MOON -, ,- h b , , America from the doubtful bless- Bank, has led, ii.local group which
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, , ..., ,.. ,.,- ny Witter Bynner .. , :-... -- B t in the-care of a New Or- through the grounds the oldest cutting through the grounds of the
,i -- r '' -'-' "s' -. ' ,, -- titans teacher, Lily .Mee Green, fortress in the Uni States. Fort. It happens that his rival, X.
I -, -- We are all floundering people i- 'ks '- , 6. Treasury areeeal that the ea. .- L.' Pellicer,- president' of ,the, -.:St. ':
1 -, between Ood and devil., ,;- t ' '', '''
fien.wide ehertsee et teseoers Secretary leateis has been Augustine National Bank, IT pres
' - ... Somewatching east, isonle west '-" s would have assured her e lob a- waging a little-noticed but im. ident of the St. Augustine Historic.
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- ' ., Except that sometimes L :' ." : ,- the courses required by Leuisia- al parks and historic men,uments the ,fort. ,, -i, ,,'
' ... -- .... - '"'. Look around from either sky '': : '. t ''''.-7.,. na law. The Treasury claimed of the United States "front nigh. Banker Wele seems to have
, , e . . '.. And see with eYes end mouth .' 1 ,,- that toe summer course taken ky why encroachment. He has put more political power on his side.
:' i - A sunset in the south ', .- ' '' hirs.,Green to get a masters de- ,his feat down against a hint, He induced Senators Holland and '.-
, ', ---, , ; Ard a crescent moon come. forth ,. ' arse qualified her fist a thigh, bridge across the potemae wokh, Smathers of Florida, plus COM
- ". : ' Delicate tit the north ', ,','' '4'''-' -7 --'... ability; therefore her tuition ex- would block the view of the Lin- nressman Syd Herlong Of St. ttu-, i.,
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, ., '... ,- -.-:. -- And so do other people, ,',- , -...r, ,,.. -, penses were net deductible. '..,,, ' coin Memorial; has epnesed us- gustine, all Democrats, to cnme in ,..
- ' - None of them good, none evil.------ ,,Mrs. Green, however, was per- , , ,-7----,---- on t.hil side of autontobile traffic
, .,, t. ' ' '. -,' - '- '' - sistent, took -her case to the U.S. '!' ' and against histoly. Thanks te
I .: -, , .- .. -. ,- :,- : Courtesy Beloit Poetry Journal '.,
I ... ,, .. Tax Court and Wen,. ,, them.pressure WaS put on the- In-
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Meanwhile. another t e a-ii h e r, 1' tcrior -Department to overrule the i
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- ' ' t - Clark S.' Marlor of ,Garden City, 04 t i ( fr National Park Service arid okay
. ,' '. ilerewith And elution to Butiday Crossword Putail --- -, New York, required a Ph. D. de- t w
.1.: N .' the throughway. -- .,.,
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' tie No- 132, Published todaY ') gree at the end of five years in
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, .,, i , rja ,, ., ,- order to' remain on his faculty.' i er C. .Ernst,' however, went per
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A p 1 'A. ,- -, ', Marto! s deduction for tuition, -..,-.,,,,,,--,'" -;"-
- BANV PLAN,E EPOSE ,... to both sides, and stood pat. ila .-
, claming be was merely studyin '..,..,,'''''''''',, ,"L'"N.-- 4-,,,, , and his chief, Fred Se-ton, belleva
, E S T t t,1 N T i I ., ,-'1-. ,0 T E -ai 'Id .,.
to qualify for higher pay. Marlor 44"..:-. -';';--'' o,,,,,,,, ,,, that the historical monuments 01
' ' L FT il 07,-', A- K ;ZIA 1--''. t 0 F T ''''') i'' IF - ,- appealed to the U S -T c t i, '''''''",--ora N. ii.e ,,.:,,,, ,) the nation, which can never bo ;
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,,,- E L Alt-- 0.40$1,C II t- YI LID Et:, t E 6 Thb us. Treasury, which was I h i , Un-American Activities invaded s ..'
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s''' ..'- ., ,' T P izi,r4 04 A '''' S T EIC. GIP I Ibt.r t. F -Th, '', companies get a tax forgiveness ,
... '. ne $124,000,000, spent hundreds ii! ''''
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NOTE-- Business exeeutives de; Schirmer', however, didn't prove : ,,,,
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. That golden touch. One gesture wW refine -' a play at the University of Minnesota in Duluth. Kibit2ers are, lett hi right: Allan, S; Ellen, -': .'"..
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stand, estand, GOP Rep. Pat Kearney
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Answer tor Sunday, Feb. 2, Cryotoquips: AWL nv lists it as an operating expense covered with ding), brown fur. "Well, you made up for it to to'
' to' SOCIAL CLINSER USUALLY CLAMBERS CUM Other corporations he'd hoard day," commented Kearney. "Dur,
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-- EILY OVER. PINY! VRIPINT)Si. ' meetings in the West Indies or the AlsItantl ing the 40 minutes of your tesilmo



All mho labor in the vineyards
of industry and are either on ex ex-
- ex- pense accounts or mould 111,,e to
be, mill want to read Expense
Account, a novel by Joe Morgan
(Random 11o...se). llere we meet,
reter Cody, promotion executive
for Cartweight Tool Co. Ito leads
a double hie of sorts. A't hert,he
is a family man (he has a jewel
of a wife and four small childrent
' but as an executive he is also
married tohis job which -keeps
him away.from home most of the
4'' 4
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Ills-job is to promote the Inter Interests
ests Interests of the company by keeping
important customers happy. Ths
- is accomplished main'r by filling
them up with food and liquor in
the best places and, incidentally,
dosing himself with too much in
2 the process.:
This all costs plsnty of mon mon;
; mon; sty, but the swindto shoot takes
- car of all company ocp3nsos
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and non-company ones ones too
if you know how to writs thorn
' The only trouble was that Pete
got used to living high on the hog
: for the company. His home life
, bad to be lived on a much lower
economic level. Even with a good
' manager like Linda for a wife,
Pete found himself slipping into
debt. Life was further complicated
',when Cartweight, the beauti beauti'
' beauti' ful majority stockholder' of his
' company, decided ,to take an itc itc.,1
.,1 itc.,1 tive interest in the business; She
took an active interest in, young
, and handsome Pete simultaneous,-
. Matters fame to a head, at
- Cartwright Tool's centennta
bration, Spurred by a bribe and
, an inebriated .tall-girt, Pete makes
- a momentous decision. ,t 11'
, This is -a fascinating stoil by a
sewsman who actually did get, to
write his 'novel., Morgan is night
, sews manager for United ;Press
' and knows all about expense ac ac.
. ac. counts and their corroding effects
from long observations of the hap hap,'
,' hap,' less fraternity who shepherd CIPs
" from bar to bar. ,,,

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The United States took great end humor derived from W
tare to insure safety when it test- himself.
ed its third H-bomb at Bikini ear- The new material made a
ly in 1954. At the last moment ble to Walworth makes no
however, the, wind shifted and contribution to history but
---e00-9 were sprinkled with much for understanding a,
dangerously radioactive fallout.... who became ,a world symbc
,,The majority of those endanger whose spirit still inOVeS
ed-28 Americans and 236 Pacific the pioples of Africa and A
islanders were treated prompt- their questfor freedom.

NEW YORK (UP) Patachou,
- an exciting and amusing interpre interpre,
, interpre, ter of French songs, has been gill gillen
en gillen a good Broadway show caie
in "International Soiree," produc produced
ed produced at the Bijou Theater by Arthur
Lesser.
It is an unpretentious efair that
consists of two acts. The first is
given over to an amiable master
of ceremonies; a fine Broadway
actor named Hiram Sherman, and
-: to three variety 4,1urns.!! The sec sec'ond
'ond sec'ond belongs solely., to Patachou
and her songs. ,,, ,-
Patachou, Who ,is smallish,
blondish and impish, has been seen
5here a couple of tithes in supper'
, -club appearancesshe first came
over in 1953--:-'but this is ,the first,
effolt to get her)efore a-,largerl
: Shit IS a happy w. typo French
singer. No sad, weepy deport deport,
, deport, merit for her; nor is sho t h
oh-so-elegant-so romantic sort'
She works In simple blue,
skirt and) a plain white blouse
throughout.. --
Patachou has a 'perfectly ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable voice for night club and
' musical stage purposes.' But the
'voice sometimes seems incidental.
' She is essentially a comedienne,
and-Oe knows how to use every
bone and muscle in her body to
enhance her vocal work.

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I PAAN READIN3 THE PAPERS
ly and suffered no somas injuly. 'Humanity is now reaching for
The other 23, Japanese itshermen the mo,on. hlore important would
whose' presence was unsuspected,
,, he a bridge to link humarL hearts.'
abs"bed inas3've "5" -4)1 "wa- Unfortunately, people on this plan planton
ton planton before their plight was dlsov- et seem to live in different worlds
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erect. ' ,. -t -- Watch the installment buying
. The itre of the 264 ppsed vir- barometer. It indicates cOnsumer
tually unnoticed, but the death of confidence in the future. Without
one Japanese Atm! the illness of
such eonfidence, the recession will
the other 22 as a focus for anti, continue to recede...Judy Garland,
Americanism in atom-jittery Japa
whose talent makes so many peo peokt
kt peokt t---.1
attracted world-wide attention.

'''''"'" v""'-"'"' ''''''"uu lp le happier seems unable to find'
; Tb3 Voyage of tha Lucky Drag- 4
on (Harper) is an account -of the happiness for herself ...Russia has
illfated voyage o: the Japanese launthed no satellites since )1idv-
fishermen. Dr. Ra'ph E. Lapp, a die i
ember 3rd. Which in ate5 the r 1
U. S. nuclear expert who f i r s t scientists also have their share 04
became interested in the casepfor plifffts ,,.. The "oh, no!" of the'
technical reasons, became-absorb. week is the AP report: "A Lon-
ed in its human aspects, and 'it don newspaper reported that Brit4
is these to which his book is main- ish officials are sounding out s sly
ly sly devoted. ,- torn spy Klaus Fuchs 43n coming
, The jacket describes,the 2.1- h. back to work for the West when
panese as the "first victims of the he gets out of prison" We ire iresuper
super iresuper bomb," but it would seem sume Comrade Bulganin is the.,
equally accurate to call then" the latest guy in' the World who real realvictims
victims realvictims of ignorance. Although the izes how precarious itis living' un unsuspected
suspected unsuspected thatjhey were victims der a ,dictator, ', -7,
of a nuclear blast, they made nO t .---.'".." '
immediate elort to report the in- Colyumist 'James R e s t o n's
cident, and were happy to- avoid thoughtful size-up: "The men who
the U.S. scout ships and planes make policy in Washington are in
that might have saved a life. quandary. If they 'fight inflation.
Dr. Lapp, is profoundly sym- they encourage 'deflation and, u,n-;'
pathetic with the Japanes, vic- employment. II- they eccourage
tims- of the explosion, and austerity and sacrifice for the de dehopeful
hopeful dehopeful that a full r e p r t on tense -effort, they harm the tcon tcontheir
their tcontheir case will preys thtt the omy, but if they, call lot spending,
world is "to small ,a sphere for they unbalance the budget and
men le clutch the atom." promote public Indifference to the
.
. '-' ----' ''', world, crisis." In other words, ev evWoodrow
Woodrow evWoodrow Wilson, as President, en if you win you lost.... 3rigitte
statesman and an, has been the Hardot's interviews reflect the gee geeSubject
Subject geeSubject of numerous biogra.phies his qualities of her sinemas. A
and studies.- Yet a new work, reporter inquired: "Do you display
'Woodrow Wilshn, by 'Arthur Wal- in life the same amorality as on
worth (Longmans, Green), is dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive es a fresh character stu- the screen?"'Hercandid response!
"Yes." ... 'The Academy Award
dy. Recently released letters, dia diaries
ries diaries and documents, make possible champion song, "All the Vilay,"
would never have bad an Oscar if
a iurther insight in this two vol- it hadn't had a Frankie. -,
can Prophet" and ,as-"World Pro- ,, -1.-----, '' 1
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phet," Walwerth achieves- reader ,lty all means, read theMcClel.t theMcClel.tindientification
indientification theMcClel.tindientification with Wilson, espe especially
cially especially the young schoolboy and lan Committee's 462-page report
on the ugly, elements in both labor
the young teacher. -,
The tragedi which s t a I k e d and management. Full of shock shockers
ers shockers .e. Most ominous news was the
'Wilsen's later years
,drewn, although not without wit
Is 1 II 1 I Y Army's statement after Elvis was
'and humor derived from Wilson inducted: "We hqpe to add a new
talent to this young man's ener enerItTself.....
ItTself..... enerItTself..... .......,Lt...-, t ,,...,
j.,'' tainment ability'".. The Russians'

The new material made availa available
ble available to Walworth makes no great
contribution to history but does
much for understanding a- min
who became ,a world symbol and
whose spirit still AIMS among
the pioples of Africa and Asia In

Actually, she could be gin asset I
in comedy roles in nog musical'
stage works, if she cared to try.
Other popular singers could do
much worse than study her.,
Her reperioire is minty in
French,. ut,,she can get by- easily
enough in English and has some
fun in that language with such
songs as Cole Porter's "C'est Mag Magnifique,"
nifique," Magnifique," living Berlin's "ow)! for
Americans", and the Rodgers RodgersHammerstein
Hammerstein RodgersHammerstein "Wonderful Guy."
- The The French songs include n
ones And old ones popular num--
hers and special material. S h e'
does the venerable "Mon Homme"
handsomely but without indicating
,suicidal thoughts, and bas' fun
with springhtly fare such as "A
Paris," 'Brave Margot,"La Gou
alante du Pauyre Jean,' "Le Pia Piano
no Piano du Pauvre and "rue Lepic."
The opening acts are excerent.
Marcel Cornelis is an scdomplish scdomplished
ed scdomplished Belgian pantomimist, Georges
La Faye and company do
sual things in the puppet lin and
Caracolillo and Maria Rosa are
ati- exciting Spanish dance p a r,
supplemented by tbe guitar of Ro Roigelio
igelio Roigelio Reguera. ,
, It is a pleksiantlly designed enter entertainment
tainment entertainment in exactly the right, sort
, of intimate theater to enhance Its
values.

vowed to stop nuclear tests-- a
week afer they completed a long
series of nuclear ests. To Reds,
pr9mise is only something to be
broken and peace is only a word
in their propaganda war ...Happy
news for everybody except a scorn
ful MY, editor: J. Edgar Hoover's
"Masters of Deceit" has joined the
best-sellers --as we forecast be before
fore before it was published,

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NEw,yoltic (UP) .Back
Grandpop'S daY,.the player piano
was the most important piece- of
furniture in pie liying ,i,room.,,"'"'
;Unlike televiion it didn't inter interfere
fere interfere with conversation Instead it
gave a young guy courting his gal
a chance to sit close together
on the wide player piano stool
'and pedal away at 4'Beautiful 0-'
'
The player piano isn't exactli -a
thing of the past. Many home
owners have bought one tor den
or playroom. And one manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer hag never stopped making
rolls through the decades
But you don't have to buy a
player piano te eniey this re relaxing
laxing relaxing kind re' musix. Audio-Pi!axing
kind re music. Audie-Ficalled
"Linda's Player Piano"
that faithfully produces the
player piano sound
There are the usual 12 numbers
and some -of' them are of 'player
piano vintaqe such as "W h e n
Your Atair Ilas Turhed to Silver"
and "Under the Double Eagl e."
But the record includes tnore mod modern
ern modern numbers, among them "Beer
Bent, Polka" and Stumbling" A
really enjoyable LP,'
"The World's Most VIrsatile
Trumpeter" is the title of anoth another
er another int.i'esting LP (Decca) It fea featrtes
trtes featrtes qfael Mpnclez in a 'mixture
of popular and light classical mu-,
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Itipv can we hope to solve com- concerneer-ibont the other's dis displex
plex displex world problems when the honesty than its own integrity ;
love cf a Princess Is causing so The hill to provide pensions for
much trouble in Britain? As we former Presidents is 4 good idea.
once noted: Living in a castle is It should be passed. Even pro
not as much fun as building cast- ball players have pensions The
los-in-the-air The Federal Gov't's spilt-milk trophy goes to the Her Hereducation
education Hereducation fund cut is another il- ald-Trib's report that the U.S. lost
lustration of foolish economy. lo las ropket superiorly 40 years a
the final analysis, .it tests more go Another tome worth reading
than it saves. The money we save is 'Our Nuclear Future," co-auon
schools is inevitibly spent on thored by Dr. 'Edward Teller and
kfighting the crime that lack of e- Albert Latter. Enlightening
,ducation invites Harper's mag Through the yearse instruments "of
offers blessed event .news: The war have become more destruc destrucearth's
earth's destrucearth's population is increasing by tiv.e. But a nation's mightiest pow pow117,000
117,000 pow117,000 people every day. .T h e er remains constant .individual
world has so many people ands-vourage. I
so few human beiugs dhe value
of an Oscar? After Claudette Robert Roark's Satevepost re-
Colbert won ont, her fee per-film port on New Guinea is mighty fas faszoomed
zoomed faszoomed from $3,5000 tct $150,000. cinating. In 1958, the people there
- k. are just emerging from the Stone
Age.. What dogs Communist
Fortono magas survey of 165 top "peace" signify? Russia conclud concludcorporate
corporate concludcorporate execs shows -that most ed non-aggression pacts with Lat Latof
of Latof them-expect an economic -up- via, Lithuania, Rumania, Finland,
turn late in 1958 or 1959. Of course, Poland and Czechoslovakia
a' jobless man cannot afford to be fore th6,,,were enslaved by Com Compatient
patient Compatient Khrushchev becoming monism. History is magnificent
Top Heel inspired Sent Mansfield's teacher. Unfortunately, it has' nev nevquotable,
quotable, nevquotable, observation: "The only er,succeeded in impressing enough
difference is that the guy who us- students. And those who.. cannot
ed to dictate the letters is now learn from past blunders are corn corn'
' corn' signing them"... Read Newsweek's pelted 'to repeat,them ...The court
report about the Communist inva hassle involving Bobo Rockefeller
sion of India and shiverStardust and her former counsel lured much
is goldust, folks. William Holden space. However, one of the spiciest
will eventually collect over $2 mil- details didn't get into the yapers
lion from "The Bridge on the River for a good reason: It's unprintable.
k tr....,:tt OWL- yr I

Fortune magas survey of 165 top
corporate execs shows -that most
of themexpect an economic-upturn
late in 1958 or 1959. Of course,
a jobless man cannot afford to bel
patient Khrushchev becoming
Top Heel inspired Sent Mansfield's
quotable observation: "The only
difference is that the guy who us used
ed used to dictate the letters is now
signing them"... Read Newsweek's
report about the Communist inva
sion of India and shiverStardust
is goldust folks. William Holden
will eventually collect over $2 mil million
lion million from "The Bridge on the River
,.; The New Yorker mae
has boldly cbme out in favor of
love. Goody-,

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All kinds of statistics get-Into
the papers. For exaniple. The ov overage
erage overage American housewife :opens
about 1000 cans of food for er fain faintly
tly faintly per annum. 'Maginei T h e
boeus-foeuser responsible for the
camera magic in "South Pacific"
is Leon Shamroy, De luxe linagi linagination
nation linagination -Although th'e Krenoons
are continually- yammering Shout
peace, the fact is that Russia bas
over 10 million men under arms.,
Clark Gable's portrayal of a news
paperman in "Teacher's Pet" is
unusual. He acts like a nnwspaper nnwspaperman
man nnwspaperman Teriodic gambling scand scandals
als scandals will force several bookies to go
out of business tempotarily How However,
ever, However, you cannot abolish the desire
to take a cbance. Gambling tan
be controlled not stoppcd.

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Political -corruption inspires mor
cynicism than shock. Politici
generally are more insious to
wield a whitewasih brush than' s
broom. One party, is always more
.
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Mendes is truly versatile but
whether.' ht is tho 'wori
,9'itiost" is up to 4.tho ,listopor to
docido' Numbors' includol
witched," '"Lsura.".- "Paper
Doll," 7Nabsnoro'f,,Aind Nusetr
fah" ( A
Turnta'hle, wo- more
versions of Meredith Willson's
'The Music Man' have been- re recorded
corded recorded bY Fred Waring (Capitol)
and Stan, Freeman.; (ColumblaY
Waring's music is typical of his
organization while' the Freeman
,LP is a swing arrangement
'Johnny Mathis, hottest property at
Columbia; should increase hi sl
stature, with "Good ,Night, Dear
Lord," an album of religious mu music
sic music i

Platter Chatter ...Joe Carlton;
former executive at Mercury
and RCA-Victor, has 'started his
own record company. His first
tIS rpm Is also th first intru intrumental'
mental' intrumental' version 'of "Gigi," with
Charlie Margulis the trumpet
Carlton) ,,,,, 1
' Margulis will be -remembered
for his trunipet 'Work on Eddie
Fisher's "0 My Papa.", .11CA .11CACamden's."Pop
Camden's."Pop .11CACamden's."Pop Pipe Organ in HI HIFI"
FI" HIFI" is a cheerful presentation of
jazzy tunes ("Birth of the Blues")
and oldies C'Stars Fell on Ala Alabama"
bama" Alabama" etc), "Ili Fi Potpourri"
(Jubilee) is also an excellent or organ
gan organ mixture of old and-new songs,
with Frances Paige at the con

The Saturday Review Is "Why My
Newspaper' Lied" is a stunner. Ma Many
ny Many Washington officials are em em,"Top
,"Top em,"Top S2cret9 as an holt'
Curtain to' prevent newspapermen
from reporting the news. 'Some
bureaucrats should be reminded
that you 'cannot protect the Consti Constituion
tuion Constituion by'' impairing the Erst A Amendment
mendment Amendment The British appeas appeasers
ers appeasers who are franically hoping to
"co-exist" with Russia recall Sir
Winston Churchill's classic: ,"Art
appeaser is one who feeds a crbco crbcodile
dile crbcodile hopint it will eat him last''
Kim Novak's contrib to inter-'
national relations: 4,'A man can
sometimes look good in his olyn
country, but not so $ood In anoth another."
er." another." Thank yoit.- Kim Goldwyn,

Apparently, miracles are no long longer
er longer 'big news. A U.S. atomic sub
crossed the Atlantic stibmerged in
a week and the story wqs.buried
on inside pagos Eldorad.
Biarritz Cadillac (auctioned off at
the Mary Sanford Polo Ball in
Palm Beach for 'the-Runyon Fund)
was won by John F. Lynch of Cor Corpus
pus Corpus Christi, Texas. Mr. Lynch gave
it back to the Fund.The Roney RoneyPlaza's
Plaza's RoneyPlaza's golf pro, Jerry Cooke, goes
to his Summer job at the Bryn
Mawr Country ,Club in Chicago
The greatest dancers in New York
are giving a Mambo dance, at
the Palladium on April 27th. It
will be a tribute to dancer Teddy
Rodriguez, Wha is now st Betjt Is Israel
rael Israel hosp;.4 The English I caused
(mite ,a stir .in H'wood Kis year.
Alec Guinness gave The Be-t Per Performance
formance Performance of the Year and Sarah
Churchill, The,

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, ginerally-;::known' about the.,',.'world'a',,treat 'waterway.,
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s'--. on the wOrkings.ind history
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hitting the stands, soon., ,,,
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to itccoMpany the Captafn as guides the 'ship through
the Canal, 'step' big,. step, ,',- ;
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use the ind how much :they. pay, the ,Information
neatly indeied in this' bOok. 4 :

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a western passage,' dating back to the days of Columbus,
''you.dari ijind this feadilyin one Of Its' six -chaptifs.g:
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,and the plani nOW' being studiid by,the U.S; Congress to
'maka:it possible for, more and tiggerships to:transit,
. book 'greatly. enhanced by many t.beaiiti,f41
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YOUNG' ARNOLD PALMER, took advantage of a onlz PRESENT TREND in the Arab countries seeme 0 A THUM rORMAL protest to the U. S. Embassy
ground rules -decision to Wirt the Masters Golf to be defying analysis by the diplomatic experts of here over alleged violatiorts by Zone agencies of
Tournament at Augusta, Georgia last Sunday. the United States and its allies. 4- ,- Treaty commitments was Ned by the panami For For,
, For, -- Palmer fired a final round 73 for a 72-hole score of It has been two weeks since King Saud' of Saudi t eign Office tlais week. . -. --
284. That was only one stroke ahead of defending chem. Arabia handed over sweeping power to his brother, The communique statid that luxury items such as
- pion Doug Ford and Fred Hawkins; Painter took advent- crown Prince Faisal. , !diamonds,' cultured pearls, sterling silver tea-sets and
, age of the ground rules on the 12th bole when be planted Nobody in the State Department or In the forelgrn other articles are being sold by canal Zone coramis coramis,
, coramis, his tee shot into the soft bank at the edge of the green. offices of other allied countries appears to have any series and post' exchanges,
Ile played the ball but by the time he dug the ball out real idea of just what this apparently important move - --
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,tAnd holed it he bad a five. Palmer protested and was means. ? , -0,4- The Foreign Office protested that this Vas in vio vioallowed
allowed vioallowed to place another ball, Tbis time he took only Even mgr. important is the policy to be punted lation of the Panam-US, Treaty of 1936 which limits
three strokes. ,. - -- 1 by Garnet Abdel Nasser in his new' capacity of the functions which may be carried out in the Canal
Ford and Hawking- could have tied Palmer on the president of the 'United Arab Republic of Egypt Zone.-
18th hole by getting birdies. However, both missed Putts ;, and Syria. : , - ', In connection with an earlier protest .- which 'n 'nand
and 'nand ended in a tie for second. Pre-toumey favorite Ken The Saudi Arabian turnover hag been greeted as a valved the alleged distribution of fly sheets In pane..
VenturPand Canadian Stem Leonard tied for fourth with victory for Nasser over King Saud, who has refused "Ids advertising the semi-monthly dances in the Tejon
scores of 286. Billy Joe Patton again led the amateurs to recognize Nasser as the leader of the Arab world Guest House the U.S. Ambassador officially express.
with a 288- , arid has shovm leanings toward the United States. ed regrets this week that the fly sheets strayed Into
Veteran Sam Snead, who was tied with PaZ r after Some report& say that Crewn Prince Faisal intends Fananli CitY. ,
three rounds, fired a 79 on the final 18 holes and 8-is far to shift Saudi Arabian policy ,toward close coopera-, .
hack in the field with a 290. tiorr with Nasser. r, , Sources close to the Panami Foreign Office said
to Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd from U.
. Palmer's victory was worthy $9,000 and placed him Other reports- sat that Saud has nbt really given "; a aote
S. Ambassador Julian S. Harrington indicated that
"on top of this year's earnings list. Ford and Hawkins got no any power and thathe will continue cooperation
' Zone authorities were aware of their treaty DWI-
64,523 each for tying for second. In addition to the prize' with Iraq and Jordan-, which have fonned a federa federamoney,
money, federamoney, the tournament also awarded 350 dollars to each tion as a counter' to Nasser's Arab Republic. . gations and were zealous of adopting ail reason-
able measures to limit the use et the Tivoli to
those who are eligible. -
-. pro yho participated and didn't make the prize field of 24. The State Department has adooted a policy of de
. -- termined optimism in the Saudi Arabian situation. it
Ile further explained that the fly sheets in ques-
- Australian Mervin Rose used some share- may well be right Saud la a Powerful and influentiel ' .. .-b -'"-
" sheeting Monday to win tbe men's singles title man-Nevertbeless,' the Washington attitude is re--
tion were directed exclusively to residents of the Ca Ca.,
., Ca., at the Good Neighbor Temtis Championships at miniseent of the bov whistling past the vraveyard. nal Zone.. .., -,-- '," -- -. :-
Miami Beach, Florida. Rose won the crown by The lateetdevelnoment in the Middle Res-teen ,
- beatine Luis Ayala of Chile. 8-2, 2-6, 9--7 and eituation hi that Nasser is going, to visit Soviet ' 0 -- --
. 8-2. The women &files title went to Maria' "' Premier Nikita S. Khrushchey late this month Figures released at the end of tne Holy Week holt- ,-
day indicated that a tenet of 8611 vehicles travelled
Beene, of Brazil. Me defeated Janet Benne, -. while at the time Vine. he is negotiatine for aid .. past the Arraijin checkpoint toward the Interior.
- ,- 7-,3, 8-7. Miss HoPPs had upset top-ranked Al- throurh the World Bank for Improving the Suez
, thea Gibson in tbe semi-finals -Sunday. ,, Canal. ,. 1 ,- It was estimated that more than 60,000 persons went
-to the interior for the.weekend Only one 'serious ac-
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, cident. involving two bicycle 'riders was recorded on I
. The Cincinnati Royals of the National Basketball At- ern eituation is that Nasser lq doing fine the much-traversed, Pan American 111hWay. ,.1,
' iodation will reMain where they are. - Hie successful merger of w.gynt and Svria. and the
Good nets for car owners in Panam came from the
That was assured after, a seven-hoer meeting of the turnover of power In Saudi Arabia 1..... whatever that -- '' ()' ' --
. price regulating office which announced that gasoline
Association Board of Directors which broke up after mid. May really Mean -. has greatly increased his prestige
prices were, go,..ing down
night Tnesdav in New York, The directors okayed the in the Arab ivorld., -
sale of the Royals to vice-president Tom Grace ,of the Nasser seems to believe tha:t he can plav off Russia Ono and,,two cents. ,
to install a powerful television.sta television.sta-
- television.sta- Cincinnati Gardens. They also rejected an offer from' against the United States and profit by his relations "'"--- () ---- -'
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. Norman Shaniro of Rochester, New York. In a third with both cotintries ,,
, moye, the directors waived a condition that Minneapolis -- 0 -..,..1 ' -, ..,,, t on is about to be signed between a private corn- i
' Mind gross 6200,000 a year or move.' The Leiters will con- President Eisenhower told Soviet' Premier Nikite S. panv and the government, it was announced this
, tinui to operate out of Minneapolis; , Khrushchey this week that the best way to stoo tests week. However. the xrame ef the eompany was not
'revealed The reaarS said the station would be in- 7
, , of nuclear teapons would be to establish an inspec- I
, Shaptio said "There is nothing I Can do.',1 wag titre systeitt which mould nrevent eheating. s ailed here Ond would coverthe entire Isthmus.
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the first to make an offer for the Cincinnati franchise Eisenhower woe renlying to a letter In which Khru- -On tnd C (1 :''''' ''''
, and then all heck broke loose." - ."- t rheltev laqt weekend asked the United States to fol- enit anal Zone side of the Isthmus; two-stiff ..
p entiary sentences -were imposed in U.S. Diatrict
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: was the only major college basketball team to wind up The PrPsident Made no attemot to hide...his belief 't ' ' ' ' : ...
, F Amador soldier, Sp3 Josenh W. Fisher was sen
amone the ton 40 on both offense and defense. ', that the Russian actInn waq treodulent ,t c
en ed to soend 10 years at hard labor in Gamboa for
, The Wildcats. NC-double-A champions, ranked 31st ,' !It segtris neelliter." he seld. "that the Soviet Union
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efl intenSitV. PTIOULI notyr in bold, beadijnes, say tbaz ,,torney Rowland It Hazard to be an Paggravated ease"
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Marshall of Westlfireinia had the highest team gem.- it will, reit teat oft., In. hot aooa smali type, that 3 ---- 0 ,
, -average 2g. points over 24 rames. San Prancisco Pla7T ta't R"I" nig frnita4 S.,tts cITIos Its A confessed ear thief. Involved In stealingt seven
, threw un the 'Wiest defensp allowing an average of only reA lonT-announced and now IMminent series 3f cars, from Canal Zone residents. will spend the next
, 'tests." -' 13 years at Gamboa.'
SO and one-half points' in 27 games.

- Manager Al 1,00ez of the Chiegen White Snit still. ttetornirs, to itsoseow frnrrt a trin to Coninnmist ,' Quintin Gonzalet, led Canal Zone and Panami? po-
- thinks 'his einb enn take the New York Yankees: Bet. if unngero, Ith,'Iloviellev Fold In a trteeph thPt the re- lice on 100-mtle-an-hour Those to the Rabanita
tbe White SOT fail, Lone, iit-es the chanees of Detroit. 1011fe ef Is vt'll...w"ra usini',' IntlIA"v41119-" '. checknOint before he wPs motored lest month. with .,-
Lonez evolaios telhe TIOArg tWOM a" tO giVe us as "" t"-)-1 ge"" to T-Tri',q-"'". onnaremtIV, to strengthen ,his conviction in U. Ft. District Court at Ancon this '
much troohln as the Vankecs if ITarver Kumla Pao plav t' '''''1""k of 3."Ing ".4ftt, th0 HUnitariall COMITIII Week, a wave of car thefts wao solyed. - .,
, epntpr owl Billy Martin enm oft tbraitgh at shortstop. I r1-4-1")4-" ,.4-v,.,--" bremier rerene Muennich.' -, --- 0 ,-
like that Tiler pitching and birting.' ', - , rtinnnf-1,..4 frmni nodenast. indicated, however. that One of 19 employes fired by the Canal following
, . , ,I ii, dolt moot enronthino; less than a sensational suc- revealed commissary shortages of stock, was leinstal--
, ThP Whit0 Sox maitler, got back to his own team e8e .,- - ed in her job. .. . .
. awl said "Wit ean he sore to Sea Early Wynn. BillY "-t wr1-1-'-s r.4,, ""Ta )."11"10(IT to listen to 1Chrush- ,-- The Women is Mrs. E. DT. Walton, en employe of the
- Pierce and Di& Thmovan inf. the Yankees. in every se- rumrs on.s--1,,s hi tr.4"-rial towns Were cold.-rome of Rainbow City Commissary. and a member of Local
. ries. I roert all three to be 20 tarries winners this sea, f'---1 toen-.4 ent 4.,v1 bin 7 , , ., gen Aurilsne. Arr-cret The nniOn is handling three
, -- .cases including Mrs. Waltofils.
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'Me Int;rnationo, Amiteur Athletic Federation Is de- I'''' Poto4 ,m4 A.nend on Russia- to InterVene if an- t, Meanwhile. hearines are scheduled for 13 other em-
mending a share of the Olvmpic -Comes -receipts. ,, c'h"" rcr-lo ll-nt," not. Annorently -Hunearian and Plovell. PieliPn tf these are being represented by attore attore,
, attore, , rfs,,., ont.....01,,,,,teee feared the,statement might give ny Charles Ramirez. .--
' The Association savs finless it gets o cut of the, gate prfoprooPyrion4 .tnthele restive', workers.- So, in an- 0 -..
-.. it may 1)0 ferced to hold its owitworld championships in' othec sneeeh trtiroshrhev, Raid that abourgentl lour- : The armileation of a Panam Cana! engineer,
trar-k and field. The procedure utt to now has been for betp,f.ot bpd 1Wic1nel big V3eeell. Russia would inter-. It'llom"It S- McElhhone foe tkimisstrin to the canaf '
. the, oroceeds to be shared between the International vent if necessarY. he Saki. . zone h.., wRI4 ordered! stricken front the docket
Olvmoic Committee and the host country The A-A-U As, -7 in U.S. District Court Ibis week. ..- .., -
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,, arove against veteran:Del Miller who was handling "No- en,. wttion w$4,11 t k '
barge to the tickets of admission.
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, '' ble Adios," the 1956 winner of the little Brown Jug, ,
a Pn on the basis of a reeom- --
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' A disrmalification gave ',blisht Amool" first, ,,,
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118,4 $01,2AA.4.4 1,4 ort.inal rsetition
' Jim Rithmann 'of Miami:Florida, will 'be in o' ne of ft"- m'inhiln"
the two cars entered by Lindsey Hopkins also of Miami.. t". 04"117!lon hv ogyn-olvio" totroematten rbot fn
, boa rroolstrote'st r400rt on a charge of petit lar larJimmy
Jimmy larJimmy Daywalt.of Indiansnolis and Eddie Russo were ..1"17 en4 MI 11"1141 1"G. "1"1. I'M "1" triell in Ral-
among the later driver entries.
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fighters would do better if they kept their headst down. ,, va.r:.."111 7.6no Pnlioo 1,1.'104! r0-4404Aff S(It. :MIMI'
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fighters would do better if they kept their heads. down.
Patterson who just returned from an exhibition

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tenced sentenced to soend 10 years at hard labor in Gamboa tor
raning.a 17-year-old Panamanian girl. He pleaded

. ThP WaPhineton Ited4:4161 ',nun aeouirP4 defente half ..;', Pattersen whO lust returned from an exhibition ,,, ,..; .,"-- '" '"--"-'. Pr-. ---w ti.nener ig Tinto in ;
tack Fred Bronev from the Pittgburgh Steelors in ex- four of England eaVe the British boxers "bold their "-n-'''''17:11.1nehrt013;:ttogecilef:rothsal last month from:,
' ehancP for a to59 draft rhoiee Broney Malted two years heads up too high 't But he added that compared with fl."1 tl""1
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with the Snn rranciqco Forty-Nioerg ant; snont last vemr American fighters they "keep in better shape and- are ' i ' ,
with the Steelers. Ile PlaYed bin .colleP football at Ohio very game." i .. - , 4 ntbor 11"foPro ohnapr uteri,: rah) tra't lot vice-prem.
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. The Cleveland Indians hove houcrlit rightli5nder Steve the major league season at Washington tomorrow.
' tie'''. et. 4;11-10 '...":"--tIrrn-TATP1-71t1;eno Ix' 1-1n' etrplied- 'for'
rid7dr from PhoPoix of the PaVifie tioaqt League. ' it will be thp Chief Exeeutive's six straight appear appearThis
This appearThis lq Ilidrik's third idiot at the maiors. He hag al.. ance as opening day "pitcher" a --- presidential tradition '117"'"''
-ready pitelicd for the niacts when they were in New started by Williant Howard Taft in 1912. "1"1"In" t'l 'the Canal Zone junior College this year .,
York and the Philadelubia Plats. PiRZik Wein ,Piribt pnril -' -- ., f ....,-4--a- I k 17"4 P.,..,'464.. . , ,
104 six in 4957 'with Minneaoolis of the American Ais0.-:.: 'The number One catcher foi the Boston Red Sox has: TAr ht .IPI onntlearts who score highest received,
elation. 0 ..,-, , ''' 'come throwb a back operation in' good shape -- but .11fIrt;"" fl'n they l'"4 ilqqmevl the eXern 070 were oliel oliel,
, oliel, ,, '... --...-- ; :. probably willl be lost until mid-season ,,,,, , bla ten,' tl-, 'c'entamhnv form, rolld eopPensint eandidates -.
'rbe--world's leading lookev IS iust as capable in 'a Haywood Sullivan hal a ruptured spinal disc re- ,..,,,,,, f,3 riAlAri. T., r,-,nrs trielPt Ppyinot, Pn, Am ri
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, sulky behind a harness ruing horse. ., '. moved in a Boston. Haanitai Wednesday. morning. Dr:- eon Inotitute, Paraiso High School and Bolboa High. ',, .......
i Johnny Lorieden.. with roorA than fivg-thousand- wins; Jamert. Pormen said he, was 'satisfied with the ()here; "", ' ---- o ------ , . ,
. fit thorouohbred racing.. tried Ns hand at harnPes racinft lion and that Sullivan might begin working out aVala in r116 A "I"' IVF"Inle4 0- Tiow' ehlef ,this week with the
I Tueqday irr irmneolnt h6tinct" overt -at. S.,,,tt A n it 1 Lir "- -, about ei-oht weetrq. That Aralt;4111ake it about July befdre rr.rival nf T t. Geri -Ridoelv rjaither, Commander in
i en..driylorLIZoistUatroleUrntlX .ti,)cngtlis. 116 'he Could return back-of the' Plate again. : Chief of the Caribbean Corpfaand. ,........., 1,
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traei and field. The procedure urt to ttow has been for t101.4.0, bpd tWictnd big sneech. Russia would inter .1rItomtvit S. McKlithon, foe odmission to the Canal
th4, nroceeds to be shared between the international vene if necessarY. he Saki. : Zoo,. hop, wat4 ordered! ettrickn front the docket ::-"
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' ble Adios," the 1956 winner of the little Brown Jug,
. ,., , ;,, mceelltiort of the, adollyinol committee of the -
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ellAn"f' for a to59 draft tolloi0e Br loleV nlaved two Years beads up too high But he added that compared with 7"ne police forte.
Mho,' oftlfoero ononi uterf". rote vral; lot, vice-prem.
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