The Panama American

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

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

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With the National Civil Defense annual exercise little mire
than a week away, preparations are being made for extensive
participation by the Canal Zone Civil Defense:: organization and
Armed Forces of 'the Caribbean Command.
, Since the last exercise, here, Operation .Jackpot 1956, ihere
has been a 'considerable change in the. CompanyrGovtrnment
that resulted. in many transfers of psrsonnel., In addition, this
year will see the formation for the first time of the essential
welfare strvice and the extension of radiological decontamina
tion, casualty handling and healt tiservice, such as first aid and
litter-bearers, to a far greater extent than previously
, The practice drill for May 6, approved by Lt. Gov. Hugh life
Arnold, will see the mobilization of alt these-unitt Thix will
provide' an opportunity for many of the employer to see with
whom they will work and in what service," many for the, first
time. The, cooperation of the employes on mutual transportsGory-is
essential for the14 proper mobilization of the rescue foreee.,

' The play of e problem calls
for mobilization after the :attack
' period, at the assembly area
- where personnel will be address. 1
ed by their seryice bands. They
will be briefed on the problem,
, told What part they play in Ahe
overall picture, 'told of the plans
to train them, registered and dis.
-,'Inissed, .1
"This will 'be' the greatest dis.
play of our rivil defense fortes
ever mede bere, Philip Dade
said. "Even, though, in this
.eise, we will not move', out on a
imulated rescue riliSSiOn, it' Will
' provide us with the, opportunity
- of testing our 'disaster'. e e
;Ian." ,
' Military participation ln Opera.
' tion Alert 1958 by the Armed Fore,
oes of the Caribbean Command will
' be an essential part of this .year's
'Orli defense exercise. 4,
-"' In addition to plotting the ra.
dfological fallout, for the civilian
and military commimities, the

Asscluit
.
ioainst Recession

i

NEW ORK (UPV.-.The no.
tion's 40,000 car dealers are jam
, ming the promotional gas pedal,to
the floor to put tht ,scks ailed
"auto recession" back 011 the road
- to prosperity, -,

These dealers' in approximatelY
207 'Cities across the country have
1 or plan to launch A sales drive
keyed to the theme "You, Auto
Buy Now" in line with 'President
, Eisenhower's recent Irescription
: for an early end t6 the economic
slump.

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:

1 However, the sales .''.offensive
k '. will be put to its real test today
1,,when dealers in this area kick off
1. their, driverat a, rally in Madison
Square ,Garden; .':
t.' The:rally, which will be-attend..,
. ed by' thousands of car dealers,
) salesmen, bankers and 'business
,, executives,' is being sponsored by
'i the Automobile Merchants hasti
-' of New ,.,,York,, Inc,,t The !"'grass-..
roots"- drive will run from April
:, 25 through May 10.. -
'''' ",'" Auto sales currently' -are rim rimning
ning rimning about 36 per cent behind the'
, ..,. pace a year ago,, in the New York
, metropolitan area.r ;
,,.
,
' 7 Cativ'a,OrDhanage
,, ."
''. Buildin-g' :Tale
,. Decimated Tuesday
,i, Salvation Army territorial
. commander'Col; and Mrs. John
. 8, Stannard are scheduled tco ar'
. live here ilext weekend'to ten ten'
' ten' duct the' annual sectional- ton ton,
, ton, gress with special rneeting8 both
; on the Atlantic and on the Pa Pa,
, Pa, 'I, eine side. ''
,,, Saturday,. May .3, will feature
,: a sectional youth demonstration
; under the leadership of Senior
'. Cant, 1,orraine thodes at the
, Sojourners' Hall in Panama' Ci Ci:
: Ci: ';ty. Apart from the pu,blic wel,-
come to the territorial leaders,
. -who Will remain here for five
,.' days, a play with special music
..
! and singing, will be rendered.
- ',, Admission is free. ,-
o :: On Sunday, may 4, there will
' -. be the united holiness and sal sal,t,,'
,t,,' sal,t,,' vation meeting at Panama City
- '. under the direction of Col: an..1
.0.-----11rs. Stanna,rd. The seetional of of,
, of, ,,, fleet ancitil the 'offiers aN1r7
, workers of the 8alvation Army
, will tHz-e part in these mornin mornin..,
.., mornin.., rind fy ,ing meetings to Yhic)
, the pu,l,e is Inv!' 1.-

, ,
area daMage control forces of the
Army, Navy and Air Force I
be movilized fn readiness for the
type' actions they ,,, would perform
lin real disaster. 4'".,,t' ,
, Although no disastor s c ti s
' will ba created by tho military i
such at Avort usod in previous
disaster control-civil tons ex
arcisos, realism will ,bo-, main maintained
tained maintained by having all porsonnol
and thole dopondents 'on minted,'
, ry installations obsorva, ths pub.
lic action alerts and take part
tit's that 'aro assigned by h a
Component commanders. 4
Operation Alert 195 will serve
three main purpOses. for Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, Command: 1
It will give '''the cbmmand
means of determining the effec- I
, tiveness of the -vublic warning
system and the, response by the
public; ;
It will afford the command an
opportunity to, exercise its mobi.
lization plans for its area dam dam1
1 dam1 age control forces and to deter determine
mine determine their effectiveness and Id.
quacy to ,meet the emergency.
' Will provide the command
an opportunity to exercise I t a
capability to ouickly and accurate accurately,
ly, accurately, plot radiological fallout and
to pass -this information to au
particating agenclea,,,
As in Drevious yearS, the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Forces Radio and Tele.
vision-Network ,will served'as
crime source of civil defense in information
formation information Or both the eivilian eivilianand
and eivilianand militiry communities. The sta stations
tions stations will carry 'an intensive pre preexercise
exercise preexercise education progrant on
file meanine of the various pub.
lic action siren sounds and '-'0111
the day 'of the exercise' will two,.
vide eomplete hour-by-hoor
mation to the public on what is
1 happening.
. ,
I 11111i6 To4J'Prtnres
,

T6 T;ke, Finh

e
d e ,
tell, By ihs
stiOLT:YWOOD, April i8
Todd, JoL; 28 was' back. in
Hollywood today4 prepared to take
over the film, producing company
le7,ecoually to hiM and his fath I
er .0, widow,actress, Eliiabeth Tay. I
I-1 4
Todevisited his' office at MGM
vIsterday and said he and Mist
Taylor decided to put off produe.1
don- of "D,on Quixote,", the film
his,' father bad spent 'years pre.
Paring to make ansi wan about
to tbegin production on 'before his
sudden death in an airlganl
crash March 22.
,,' 'Toad could have' done it Todd
said,. "But, for me- and Elizabeth,
lit would just be too great a step.
We have decided ,to do another
production that .1von't take as
long to produce and won't take
us out of the cotuttry'!
He cleclhied to disclose' the
name of the new production but
he said it was' a film his father
had considere making for the past
11 years. i, 8

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DETROIT 41P)--,The Uplte.A
Auto Wrokers, with close to 400,-
000 of is 1,500,000 membership
jobless end not paying dues, will
lay off 100 of its SOO International
staff members and the top UAW
officers will take a 10, per cent
pay cut.
Pat Greathouse, a .VAW vicC
president, said the union's officers
will start deciding today whicb
staff members will be laid of land
what jobless benefits and otherl
arrangements will' be made for
them.
Most of the 800 tTAW staff
members are employed at Soli.
darity' House,. the International's
wadquarters he're,
The costsutting, decisions were
made by the UAW 2:;member ex,
oeut.tve board, headod by Fresi.
I t 'r P. ros;'' r. 1

Policy Corning

Local:rate union officials were.'
optimistic that Congress would
take favorable action (luting thir
session bn the 'single-wage policy
legislation now before them.
However, they told members of
Local 900, AFSCME, .AFL..C10 at
a recent meeting oot to expect
overall increases in wages or
immediate changes from locality
to US-rates, as some people ;tem.
to bellevcwill happen."
.The discssion of the treaty
legislation geared at setting up
equal pay for equal work for all
Canal Zone workers, VIIIS held
Friday night in Cristobal at union
headquarters..
Union officials told their. ment
bers that "in the Jong run" non.
citezen employes wou1dr- benefit
from the legislation through broad broader
er broader opportunities which will be o
pened to them.' But. they 'warned
against over-optimism.
The Spokesman said the offt,
cies of Local 900 and Local, 907
have 'been worldng together to
coordinate a nevi wage poll y
for all non-citizen workers in this
Urea:

Vilicish In Tile
Cctight
Al BLi fixo'

They 'have scheduled. another
meeting to decide on a future
course to follow in order to hast hasten
en hasten action, in- this connection.
The members were told that
the unions were. expecting a
"long, drawnout fight,' but offi officers
cers officers said they were, confident the
matter would be worked out sat,
isfactorily in.the long, run.

'BAD AXE, 'Mich. ...(11P)--
They've caught the, whoosh in the
night that's been dancing in the
headlights on back country roads.
The sheriff didn't actually bear
aboutit until a ,few days ago
when School Supt. Robert Davis,
W110 Wall absolutely sure of his
own sanity, reported the weird sip
pirition that did a dance neon
blue in the headlights. of his
schol bus.
, Then, said Sheriff Merritt Me.,
Bride, other people began to come
forward with similar tales. They
hadn't quite believed it them..
selves, but the sightings had been
going on for 30 clays. Anti some
folk, McBride said, got so they
woudn't Jet their, kids out' fit
night" even though they knew
there wasn't a Martiaii in, town.
, The space man, arresed Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night turned out to be just
a) Bad Axe 'youth and a 'couple
of, youthful non spacemen Bad i
Axe friends, ,who carted him
about to lonely roads in the dark
of night ,to do his stuff.
: 3erry Sprague,' '22, Donald
Weiss 23,' and Leroy Schultz, 23,
conefssed, the sheriff said. But
Sprague said he was thi only one
the space man suit fitted and he
was the apparition.,
The costume consisted of suit
of long underwear soaked in him.'
thous bfue paint; a blue bed sheet
cape;.a blue mask; a- football hel
met fitted with flashlights, and a
lastic bubble spate helmet, on

, Sprague, said he would bide on
a lonely road until car, came,.
go into, his dance in the car's
headlights and then collapse ,at
the side of the road as the car
passed. His friends were ready' to
whisk him out of theri any.,
one stopped toc investigate,' they
said. Nobedy did. ,
Prosecutor James timphrey let
the youths go after what be said
was a "good talking to."

Ciientr Bishp
,
Ccincacs D:feat,

,- COVENTRY, England (UP)
The Bishop of Coventry admitted
defeat today at the hands of the
LOrd's Day Observance Society.
Bishop RAIthhert Bardsley can canceled
celed canceled plans for an arts festival
which Would have included a bal ballet
let ballet in the ruins bf Coventry Chate.
drat on Sunday, July 20, Proceeds
would have ?one toward building
new cathedral. 1
The society accused the bishop
of smile-- and said it would sue
him if b the ballet on
a t.

Office

The PROSMa Callat'll most mod.,
ern office building, the new Ver.
sonnet ,Bureau headquarters in
Ancdn, wilt be occupied this week.
Starting early,in the 'week, u units
nits units of the Bureau's Wage f and
Classification Division and Person Personnet
net Personnet Records will move froiri the
Administration 'Building at Balboa
Heights to the remodeled Ancon
Commissary building. They will be
followed later in the week, by u units
nits units of the Employment and JAL,
lization Division, now located in
Building 69 on Roosevelt Avenue.
For the time being, and until
the second, or rear, part of the
old commissary unit is completed,
the Central Labor Office will re.
main at Building 69. The move of
this group is' scheduled for the lat.
ter part of May-,
Some changes 'have beemmSde
In the exterior PI the 44.year.old
concrete building which will now
become the Personnel Bureau
headquarters but the most strik
Ind changes have been made to
clone by the Isthrillan -Construe
, tors, Inc., In accordance with de,
signs prepared by the Architec..,
, tura! Branch of the lEngineoring,
Division; ,.under the, personnel
supervision of G. A. Doyle, Jr.
The first step in, the remodeling
was to remove showcases and dis display
play display windows and all cold storage
facilities, reaving ,the front build.
ing one large room The recesSes
left by removal of the show win,
dows are titilized,.on the right of
the entrance, by,-1 recnntionist
and, on the left, by small ton tonference
ference tonference space.
The Old commissary 'windows
have been replaced with modern",
awning-type glass and the telling
drooped as mu as 10 feet in
some places. The new ceiling (is
comnosed of blocks or libreerass
which are dropped ,Individuall in into
to into suspended frames of aluminum:
At intervals, squares of aluminum
honey comb mesh provide ventila
tion. The building is not air-condi

Ftewral Trc3ns Avtay
Frail Ccnorcl ilinh'
Fcr Oil., Day Only

LiTTLE HOCK, Arkansas, April
26 (UP) Federal lied national
guardsmeu stayed away from in,.
tegrated Central High School one
day this week for)the first time
since Christmas vacation.
A spokesman for the Arkansas
military district said the troops
requirements and makes redispo redisposition,
sition, redisposition, alterations and troop reloca relocations
tions relocations as becomes necessary."
The Arkansas American L'egion
has been urging the transfer of
about 400 of the federalized, Nu,.
tional Guardsmen from Camp
Robinson. The Legion contend the
troops are occupying an area need
ed for Boys and Girls State pro programs
grams programs this summer-,
The guardsmen renlaced t h e
101st Airb0rne, sent by PresideAt
Eisenhower last Sentember.to
force a court order requiring de.
sezregation t!.1 school,

,
tiofied' but -has beeh remodeled
with, an eye to later air-eonditiok
ipg,. if this is desired.,
Lighting is provided from egg,
crate fixtures, above which fluor fluorescent
escent fluorescent tubes are placed. Most of
the floOring is of vinyl tile and all
conduits are installed under the
floor.
The most 'interesting Innovation
in the' new Personnel building is t
use of color, Visitors entering thrit
the mkin front door, on what used
to be called Poinciana Plaza, will
face a suspended screen
serves hot only as a partition be,
tween the lobby and the of f ic e
space but also keys' the decora decorative
tive decorative theme. ,Several panels of the
screen are painted in vivid colors
and one panel bears a design in
ceramics. The partitions which dli
vide the single large room into
three sections have panels of six
different ',colors on the (corridor
side: the office side of these stand standing
ing standing partitions is finished in naturt,
al, mahogany.', ",,

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PHILADELPHIA, April 26 (UP)
in-Ho Oh, 26, identified as a
member 'of a politihally powerful
Korean family, was, beaten to
1,ath by a' gang 'of teeh-aged
groes :ast night while walking to
mall a letten, .N '
',Oho a postgraduate student of,
political science gt the University
of Pennsylvania, ,was found, bra,.
tally beatenabout the head on the
paveinent,near his-homc- Police
early today rounded up, slit teen teenagers
agers teenagers and charged three of them
with homicide idler questioning.
Police-,said neighbors reported
seeing a grouttof young thugs run running
ning running away after they inivestigated
noise, that sounded 'l ik e 'dull
have, returned to the building at
ter Thursday's absence,, the first
day tbe,school has been unguard unguarded
ed unguarded while in session since the inte intesration
sration intesration crisis last fall.
There are 23 more rlass days
before the end- of school May 28.
"The troops are on a come and
go basis as the situation requirpa,"
said' a statement from the Malta;
,ry, headquarters.
"Their mission is unchanged,
Thearm y remains responsive to
'the "thuds.'? Oh 'apparently was
struck reneatediv on be head by
'either a bottle or club.
Blood was roattered corer a wide
area, His pockets were empty and
his glasses lay on the ground sev several
eral several feet from him. Ho (lien lomht,
utes after be WRS taken to Pres.,
byterian Hospital. 7 n
Oh, who wall five 'foot. three
and weighed 135 Pounds, serve" as
an interpreter with the American
4-01v in Korea and attended Seoul
National University in Korea for
foue,years,litreeeived an ex
change student scholarship. came
to the United States in 1955 and
was graduated from Eastern Bap Baptist
tist Baptist college as g philosophy major
in 1957.

13rd TEAlt

INTERNATIONAL AlftWAYS

Topte tnow the truth end the country i3 sde" Abrohom

-TEN CEN

, ,

COSTA RICAN PRESIDENT-EtECT ARRIVES Marto Echandi: President-elect ot Costa 111'..
cai ls greeted 'at Tocumen airport by PreSident :Ernesto la Guardik Jr and Mrs. de la
Guardia. Photographed at planeside are: (I., to. r.Y,Mrs. de la Guardia, Mrs. Echandi, ,Costa'
Rican. Vice Presiderit-elect.. Echandi' and his, party 'will 'remain in- 'Panama as guests ot the
government' until tomorrow morning, : '

Commisani Witting Rimddeld kit Mo'derli

Durecu

,
Alf interior wails ars painted
'a cool ,gran with bright blue vs,.
ed as a trim around the entrance
doer. The; receptionist's desk at
the light of .the door is backed
by an abstract panel of bright
colors..
The rear building, on which
'some work retains to be done,'
will, be used at first to house ae.
1 tivities of the Central Labor Office.
A small addition, to provide out,
side waiting space and toilet fact.
lities, has been built and is con.
nected to the rear building by a,
covered passgeway,
, Later,' the rear building will be
, the Central Employment Office
which will be established by the
several U.S.' Government Agen.,
-cies in the Canal' Zone when the
1955 Treaty, legislation is approv approved.,
ed., approved.,

talltypsy'Queds
tri!;3 Ision'l sh
for Three Days
,
LENDINARA, Italy (11Pr-- The
bodyof gypsy queen' Mimi lay ut
state yesterday on .a white hospi
tal bed In her flower-filled tattered
Vent. ;
The queen qf the Rossetto
died r, Thursday on the straw
covered floor of her tent set up in
the toWn square. She had demand,.
ed le be taken from the bed and
p'eeed on the floor to die-in tie
cordance Xitith gypsy tradition.
By tradition, members of the
Itossetto tribe, one of the wealth.
lest in Europe, will nqt wash for
three days or shave for shrweeks.
Mimi will be buried in the
Roman Catholic cemetery Satur
day. The tribal elders' hired the
municipal band to play during the
funeral.
And in ageold gypsy tradition,
Mimi's tent and other possessions
will be' burned and a cherry tree
planted in the, square ,where she
died. But the queen'stbuick car
and trailer wi'l escape the funeral
bonfire.. Ther.will be sold by ,her
heir&
, There still was no word on
Mimil successor or on her rep
utedly sizable fortune of gold
and jewels.

flot 'Just Our

,
Twasn't ''
Twas John..
' ,The story carried on the
front page of yesterday's Ean-
tuna American about an- at attack
tack attack -on an American on the
trans-Isthmian highway, had
a slight error..." the victim of
the attack was John E. Ridge,
a Panami Canal employe,
and not big cousin Jim Ridge,
one-time Panam$ American
sports editor and tow, an in insuranee
suranee insuranee agent in Panama. '
' Latest' available condition'
John, not on seriously ill
list at Gortas.:,
Jim, t ewillere 1

, store warning ,to refrain from' contrabanding was.
issued to all local-rate residents of the Canal; Zone by of.
ficials. of Local 900; )FSCME, AFL-CIO who pointed,out
that obese of,commissary privileges wilj,result in 1,ssevere
,
peaalties.'f,,; ,; .",
', The werning followed an announcement made at the
unton meeting in Cristbal Friday.eight that' 12 employes
are now scheduled to.be fired from-the Panam Canal or
evicted' from,Canal Zone (porters for violation... of thee
privileges. -,
,,The -union ctlso :stated that,,it Wes helples to Oppeal
this.type of adverse' action since disroissals or eviction iin;
posed as 'a result of contraband violations cannot be op;
pealed through current grievance procedures. :;
,

, (Of the 12 employes concerned.
three 'are, being fired, and nine
are scheduled for eviction from
quarters in the, Canal Zone.
: The union explained that those
who w ill be evicted will n o t
lose their lobs. Those who aro
being fired will remain in
quarters since they are mar,
.ried women livipg .with ,thetr:
husbands 1n tho,Zone.
Five of the 12 are union ment
perm , ,,, '4' :I
At the general' meeting of to toca1,100
ca1,100 toca1,100 ',held in Cristobal Friday
night, rnembers were asked to
make "every conceivable effort to
comply", with regulations govern.

Eilthids Suspension
01 Civil Rights

HAVANA, April 28 (UT9Pre.,
ident Fulgencio Batista's cabinet
decided early today to extend for
45 days, the suspension of civil
rights proclaimed ,,six weeks ago
to meet Rebel Leader Fidel Cat.
trol threat of "total war?" ,,-
lit, was not intimated whether
the government majority incon.
gres -will be asked to ratify the
extension. For most purposes, con.
gressional activity has been SUS SUSpended
pended SUSpended by Abe, current state lot
emergency a measure indepen.'
dent of Abe temporary revocation
of, civil rights.
b 4 4,, A
, Earlier, thet,army had announe.
e d that loyal4troops killed seven
rebels and captured:it ','"sizeable
quantity of :arms and ammunition
yesterday in a clash 'near Holguin
in eastern Ma.- '
-,-44,A communique 'said also that a
rebel band in ,the HolgPuin area
raided a farm early Thursday, kilL
ing the farmer and wounding his
daughter., It wit not clear vTheth.
er the rebels, slain yesterday-iiere
embers of the far a !ding
The' cOmmunique reported ,' the
surrender in Lasmillas provinae
of "several insurgents who h a d
grown tired of the altitude, of
rebel leaders who are interested
only in personal vengeance' and
, ,

gtheeneuranlitemde
mStbeater's
s hAi ptt 'Imme ePtIrntganott
Citizens Association is slated
day at; p.m. in the upstairs sec section
tion section of the Diablo Service Center.
The planned agenda, in addition
to regular business. includes die.
cussion and action on the pres present
ent present status of the USCA'. and fu
ture plans for its operations; a
legislative repprt and the possibi possibility
lity possibility of future elections. ,
The meeting will be conducted
in the usual t manner with all
members present entitled to a
voice and a vote. Full operation
and township representation of
themembership has been asked.
For the benefit of members on
the -Atlantic- sifie,-,the ,-exectitive
committee has announced the hove
that business On hand will be,
finished to afford adjournment IV
4 Pm

3 Nab. svv.
-
vs

ing the use of commissary and
service center privileges.,
They said that non-citizen eri..
ployes living in the Zone must a,
dopt a' stern and, if necessary,
tough attitude towards friends r, 1
relatives living in the Pepn',Le
of Panaina who may sec t A
to purchase items in the C I
Zone, othervIse they will r- 1 -4-
ing their jobs or being evictel
irom Canol Zone quarters for Le
slightest violation.
The union spokesman stated tIlat
employes are in a difficult situk,
tion due, to the obligation on the
part of the U. S. government to
comply with this phase of t h e,
treaty commitments, "and the eon.
tinuous insistence on the part of
the Panamanian government that
they, should do just that," he add.
, "None of too wantocl this part
told members. "But it is 'here
with us, and we must learn to
live with it." '0 :
One of the difficulties facing
the local union in defending enk,
ployes in cases like these, the U.
DIOR official said, WaS that
verse actions- taken as a result
of contraband violations ,cannot
be -appealed through'. ettrrent
grievance procedm'e,'
, "Consequently," the spokesman
explained, "Canal Zone non-citi.
zen residents must be relentless
in their efforts not to violate their
Zone privileges.,With the interns
tional repercussions involved, the
employes and their tmions hotk
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Meyner Of New Jersey yesterday
urged an increased flow of Irish
trade through the port ,of New
York.
44The welfare and security of
thy.United States and all ether
free nations depend on free trade"
he told newsmen on his arrival
here to sell the virtues of- New
York port facilities. f
He said he hoped thy:current
recession in the United States
would not raise trade barriers be.
tween American', and, European
countries. ', ,,

Meyner lunched 'with Irish Dep
utr, Prime Minister SeanLemass
and spent the afternoon with bus,
iness and governmentxofficials. He
told reporters they disgus set)
"matters of mutual interest." --
The governor said he also
would discuss the New York port
with official& in. European cities.
Meyner will visit Paris Saturday
before moving on to Amsterdant
and Brussels.
,d He was expected In Brussels
May 7 to help 'celebrate New
Jersey Day at the Brussels Work!
While Meyner paid his official '-
calls, Mrs. Meyner, ,the dark,
haired: former Helen Stevenson,
made a shopping tour.
"She tells me that she has ",
made some wonderful buys,' par.
ticularly of Irish lace," he said.

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' THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN '.

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"Sir: ,
, t must exprem my delight and Amazement at recent traffic
' ,voimprovements made in Panama City.
( I don't know who was responsible or I would certainly give'
!credit to the office ,or organization which has br0ught about
;those recent reforms. '
But I must say that t,hey are helping alleviate congested
Itraffic lines in busy sections of the city. ,
The street leading to the PellaMa railroad has always been
:. ta sore spot for motorists traveling to the Bella Vista sectiok of
, 'town And back. Cars were- always- parked along the 'rightt-thand
side the road malting it impossible ter drivers td keep in
propet lane, and often delaying their transit Mr 15 and 20
, :minutes at it time during rush hours. 4
t Novi there are white 'arrows indicating turnA to the'right
center and left and don't ask me how they did it, but clear
:streetit, tOqravel through .to,get Where you're going the eluickest
Bo let's congratulate the Panama, traffic 'officials fr bring,.
'ing about order to what was once a chaotic state of traffic
e congestion. Keep, up the good work:
' ' A Satisfied 'Driver
OLD STORY ,

, ,
, .1 havehten &Ow lover for the past 15 years, during that
thnel have seen most of them the good, and the bad. On the
- evening of,,Aptil 17 1 was ',encouraged by a friend of mine to
accompanylilm to a floor !show that waS being presented by
the 4100, Crooners" hi Santa Cruz., The performance that I la
that' night was the' greatst I had ever, seen in all my years' of
atending.shows. ,'' !
wasr.not a regular vaudeville 'type show, which Is common
hi all Our 'local shows; instead, it Was of a Broadway caliber. sO
, well put togetb,er by these -"Croonere that at times it had, me
wonderinglt 1 were watghtng a performance On the screen. MY
only regret. is Attat this performance did not take place some somewhere'
where' somewhere' in a bigger theater, somewhere in panama city where
Ottlera tolild have seen it. r, r
- My advice, tit pthe ,"GaY 'Crooners" would be, to bring' the
show to a theater irt the City.1 and even to Colon. It was too
,much of a goostshow,to,tomt, and not have a repetitiOn.
4 ', : Show Lover

was a TV addict. In the States t spent long hours with.my
' eyeti glued) to 'the' set. 'M3r wife left me, all of My friends ,del
serted me. But I eontinuednight after nightcommercial aft.
er cmnmercial. I realized my case wu hopeless.
- One night in desperation I called TVs Anonymous.' ;They
immediately sent MO 0, the ,Canal Zone. After One night of
, viewing pregre,ms over. the localCFNaTV I know I am perrna perrna.
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t What in the world has happened to the Commissary ice cream?'
My family wOn't eat it the last fevtr days.

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-- PEACE AND QUIET'
-
The one big complaint I have heard since coming to Panama is
..not about the torrid elima, but about ,the horrid neighbors. The
:noisy ones, that would be.
While I agree that folks should be considerate; I also feel they
7 should be tolerant and realize that noises are a part of our commtm commtm,i
,i commtm,i Aty life. Sure we all gripe about barking dogs, screaming children,
:banging hobbyists, crying babies,---partying neighbors and the rest,
We are all guilty of annoying someone at some time or another.
So maybe we don't give parties,but we do have noisy children.'
So maybe we don't play the radio or TV loudly, but -we do balmier
:: away at the do-it-yourself project. '
t Each family has a different character. While oni is quiet and
;orderly, another may be noisy and lusty., Families cannot all have
t the same interests. To coin a phrase: "To make a friend, ckose one
pear; to keep a friend, close both."
, My motto is to live and let live. Sure wish cduld see a more
:friendly and Christian attitude on the part of the noise, snobs.
' Tiptoe and Whisper.
, TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS'

would hke to Call tot) the' attentioni of ,the public-the fact
that the Canal Z0ne comthissaries are' selling perishable 'food
products, stamped not to be sold after a certain date long
after they are considered by the manufacturer to be unfit to eat.
'"' On s recent visit ,to the Balboa commissary,1 notice several
cans of biscuits which' had exploded due to gas forming inside
'the MIL A further check revealed a Catlet full of these biscuits,
most of,which were dated as far back as December 1957.
to' I sUppose most customers check the date on such, a product
before using it.' If this ,be the case it seems to be a waste of
,, badly-needed shelf). space. HoWever, if some housewife, picked
up n can of these iseuits and terved them without noticing the
clats 114would probably rest a serious case of food poison poisoninf.(
inf.( poisoninf.( or anyoneeating them. . ,
, 13erhapsthis leter will spur the Canal Zone autherities In Int
t Int making an investigatiot. -; '
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,, SUCCESS AT SANTA CRUZ
,

i should like to start a movement here which could 'be re reduced
duced reduced by alphabet isoup to BPBS. This stands for !dsociety to
Preserve Brahma Steer.
It is my- belief- that this gallant beast should not' suffer
the tate!): his less enterprising cousins and be reduced to round
Rally around me, mates, to send this freed0m-loving quad quadlisped
lisped quadlisped ,,to pasture on soma green linea. The abbatoir is not for
, the likee of ,
1, Hamburg Heaven

Ruarkous
Comments

By ROBERT O. 'WARR
I am not overly concerned with
Ithe sudden panic gout the popul popularity
arity popularity of films, 11,7. programs ano
lethal toys which accentuate blood
thirstiness in idds. Things like
"Teen.Aged Frankensteins" and
rubber knives which squirt a red
substance resembling- blood realty
aren't much worse than the old
time .nuersery
The average American child ,is
glutted on gore from the first day
he is able Ao listen or see. T h e
nasty old wolf is either hot after
the 'rhree Little Pigs or is busily
occupied in eating Little Red Bid.
ing Hood's grandma. Jack t h e
Giant Killer lives a bloodier chro chronicle
nicle chronicle than a straight piece on Jack
ithe Ripper because Jack the R. at
least hadn't taken up cannibalism
as an. art form. Fee Ile fete fum...
Catastrophe dominates our tend tender
er tender youth.. The Babes got lost in
the woods. Grimm and Andersen
spread more bloodshed per square
inch than Mickey Snillane ever
touched with his Mike Hammer
stuff.' '
'I came along In the' early Lon
Choney days when the man with
a thousand faces was hunchback hunchbackIng
Ing hunchbackIng it un on belfrys and in cellars,
and a little later It was Mr. Kee Keeloff
loff Keeloff or Mr.- Lugosi nlaying revivi.
fied corpses or such sweet and
simple creature as human vam vampire
pire vampire bats.
It was, I recall, deliciously thrill,
ing, and I savored every second of
It. To me, werewolf was more
sgreeable than a cocker spaniel.
and if the local drugstore had serv
ed witchest-wort cocktail, thane thanees
es thanees are I would have hod a go at
It But was never really a deed deedlv,nightshade
lv,nightshade deedlv,nightshade boy. -'rhat was for
the Natures. :
Children have always 'been a
mite ghoulish In their t este s,
whether it was Buffalo (Bill knock knocking
ing knocking off the lung or the latter-dav
Hopalong Cassidy. I have often
wondered If our own aboriaines
don't 'seriously object to being
wagged so consiotentiv to tho
horse operas. Another redskin bit
the dust :
Gunfire made a -fortune, for the
late Zane Grey, who immortalized
the compulsive gunslinger in &-
bent rine zillion hook 4-; all of
which I read., During the Cagnev.
lvtimi-Pobinson '3n's anybodif who
didn't bash Mai Clerk In the Idss Idsser
er Idsser with a granefrult,'brior to mur murdering
dering murdering (ieorge Raft in ,cold bloodt
was, e sioav.,, The gangnter wan ,A
hero, and he seems to be cOming
back as an art form.,
Pedlars one. of --the bloOdiest
writers 'I ever encountered was a
Master W. Shakesperare, a real
creep.- esnecially in that Macbeth
and Hamlet' bit,. when he wasn't
writing dirty sonnets on the tide.
If there'd been mett's 'rooms In
thoae dal's, old Will woitidlt have
been -rieht In ttherer pitching witb
his tholk. cni
, I believe that Henry the' Eighth
mar have been.less' than sociolly
desirable, as played by' Charlea
Laughton, not so much for his
nenchant for cutting off hie wives'
knobs as tor his deplorable table
manners. Robin Hood was a cony cony,mon
,mon cony,mon bandit, Friar 'ruck a -drunken
brawler, and do not tell mo
4hat', Young Lnchinvar couldn't
halre' made a Mann Act ran for
that "fleet steeds ,that 'follow" shot
when he nipped off vvith the broad.
, There watt hell to pov In the
Garden -of Eden, the Good Book
says. and, certainly:, the oulet
ternoon Abraham was Planning for
Polac was blood end thunder. plus
the extr added attraction of Satn Satnanti
anti Satnanti end Delilah. .Snace rodet
Dig that orazy-mixed-tip Elijah
hi1 nen, chariot.
There'r'really -nothing to do a about
bout about refenninq kids through the
mind. 'rwo winsome young- dam damsels
sels damsels accomnapied me in an elovat elovator
or elovator the other day and one said to
trenther; irony earthworm,
did you 'sten on todav I 110t 38."
I shuddored. Itnt 39." the other
futPre Oueen of Monaco said.
,-, !Ns la why we have wars. anti
a firm foot on gory literature is
not likely to prevent them.
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DEDICATION SIT FOR NOME
,GREENVILLE,-, Tenn. (IF)-1
The restored home former
President Andrew Johnson wiU be
dedicated in -- ceremonies here
April 28. The National Park Serv Service
ice Service has spent about $70,000 repair repairing
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BOOLIETS BOGUS -:
BLOWS AGAIN,
Botitteti celebrated its 58th birth
day April 1.1c At least, or most,
it is that, Hernan Gonzalez of
the Mar Yen gave me the correct
date, Others merely shrugged
their shouldert Ind said J'el, once
de Abril."
what, year??
,'"Cildien ;Abe ?" A
It is, cerfain that on April 11,
the first municipality was formed,
Since ,it was,a holiday la the U.
lege, research in the archives was
not possible. For t long, time I've
been puzzled b the name "11 de
Abril of the 'street,- that 'passes
the Panamonte Inn and cohtirmes,
so far as I tave gone, to the fin.
ca Arco, Iris, of, former i
ent Arnullo Arlas;. ,t
For si week campesines lave'
been working hard building a co.
rat near the former railway sta station.
tion. station. It INAS unfinished at bOOn for
the bull fights that were held this
afternoon: The last nail was driven
as the first bulls arrived. The bulls
were little more than calves, 'all
of Brahma descent with a strain
of non.reistance.
None of them will ever he seep
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Mexico. The sad Spectacle ; Was they', hht 'Untied his front', legs
bull baiting, not lighting. The bulls anu loosened up on the line around
navar had ehane. and the. "hull the DOA- ail leaned against

never liad-a chanie ani the "bull' the post, lie still. leaned. against
fighters" never took a chance. I the fence ,and .re:used to budge.

When I arrived they had in the 1
ringa young bull. calf with. front
legs tied ana a lariat on its horna
hitched to a post in the fence,
while cowboys had two other lines
front. his horns looped on the
horns of their saddies. The bipt
bad failed to his knees: The -cow.
boys cavorted, their ponies. The
crowd hung on the corral fence
and discussed the liner points of
tauromachy. '''
The, toreador, in blue loVerall
and a not, too clean pink ,,,shirt;
bad discarded his shoes land,was
ruining a pair of bright green
socks.

For a cap he carried a plece
of blue,. not red, table oilcloth, roi roiled
led roiled on a stick like an old-fashioned
windown shade. You -know the
kind that rolled up to the top of
the window and refused to come

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People on. the fence near the bull
poked him with their hands and
nudged him the their ,toes:4 One'
daredevil twisted the poor, bull's
tail,' an indignity 'that breught no
sigp qf resentment. ,
, , , :
"Finally with.the towhoysivning
on ,their lines tbe Mai Moved, the
crowd cheered, a few dogs hark harked,
ed, harked, and the bull changed to anoth another
er another corner of the- corral., There,
the loose, line on, hip horns was
wound round another post and the
cowboys tightened, up their lariats.
'There followed ,a loot ,discussion
led,by the sock-footed toreador
ard, apparMitly it ,was ,decided
that the bull had had it
gate' to th'er, curral wa's'
opened: The crowd in that vici,
nity scattered or climbed '' the
fence or aboard ilearby 'trucks.
They 'cowboys dragged the tired
Ibull to the gate where he decided
to go home. He rushed,through the
gate past the cowboy and began
to drag them in his hurry.

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'" Fr 4z Collins hid collie: down
from' Lerida,' his coffee finca, to
get his mail and had parked his
shining new silver, Chevrolet sta station
tion station wagon on the plaza across
the street from the" post office. It
was probably the first 1958 Chen&
let the bull had seen. So he'atop he'atoppe4
pe4 he'atoppe4 and leaned against the side
of the car and again refused to

' there was anether consultaton.
Apparent l they did not know
whether to have the bull arrested
for blocking traffic or to ask'Frits
to move his car, '', .t 4
I'd bate to think that 'the bull
didn't like the 1958 theVrolet, but
when the cowboys, slacked. their
lariats, he, suddenly bolted down
tbe street,' followed by shrthking
small boys and barkint' dogs.,
A large sign on a low ailed tont
ed, with cOrrugated iron, announc
ed a "Regal Dance, with, Super
Orchestra."

I did not attend 'the-regal dance
but suspect that r heard the
super orchestra at the bull fight.
There was no wood wind section
The players stOod in farm truck
and frequently interrupted their
playing to iVaVe or shOut at
friends,.
g s. '',
There were two cornets,- two
trumpets, th;ee sasophoneS, st tam
bor and ,a cowbell. They played in
a .variety of times, depending on
the progress of the bull fight' and
the whim of the players. It seem.
ed at times' that they were not
all playing the same thing at the
same time. I think- I liked' the
cowbell best with itS rustic tone.
All the celebration 'of the 58th
anniversark of Boquete lacked
was the presetice of Pop- Wright.
He' could have boasted that he
was 37 years older than Hoquete.
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YOU BASTLY. BLISTERS on the ticeps of prcgress,
I have been greatly saddened during this past week ty:
1, The cEscoverY that COMIIILMiSM. is marching in d;;:.zent
tilt ever-decreasing circles on the: Isthmus; and 2. That
, some of the laughter has left the lissom frame of my fel fellow
low fellow slave -of the typeWriter,' Faust(); -, -
, ,Lest, you ,do not have the privilege' of Fausto's ac-
quaintance, hi Jights against the spectre .of the great
- white spaces in La Hora with the same desperation fash fashion
ion fashion as Ahis artless craftsinan. does in this swampy ter-
ritory.' ,' -.' .',. .- -, , -
: Faust declared in real-black type (you got"to, fill
that awful white void somehow)that my efiusi,n of
the past Sabbath was of somewhat less value than Ccctch
tape .for binding together:the immortal souls of 'Par ama
and,the United States. ." ,-., .' --, -' r-s. -', '. ,s,
..- If it be admitted that th,ere are. any -subjects -ori this -'
. -edOehtric globe toe serious or sacred ,to. latigh ab-outrths
fausto was Indeed correct,'',,, :,, ,;' .3' 1, '' '1 ''', :.: s '',' ,,,, : :",
' tut. I ,do not, believe Faust WoUld. AdMit anY, such
thing in' the first place. 14'4 one Of the gustiest I.augh4rs
on the Istitmus',(buildings-shudder; architectsl-blanch) 'and
indeed hat so keenly developed a sense of 'the ludicrous
.,that' right' about MN ,he can .be heard tipping San Fran-
sttheli' Idittlicettloort'-h e.:,,,,-",l'a-';',u,,g,', h-t.-e,-r,,-rm, :.:0' ..- .,
cisco for the National kiaguepennant;As,',1 said,",a man '.
,;,w, i til., s aor I i isiookrirnogvi
8-ethnaste luf
,rnentarily deserted hini when he squinted 'at Iny meander-
. ,
, Inge of last Sunday ,with a ,serious and latindiced 'eye. Let
, me list fot him, -by-way of making. amends,' a "few more
topics, which,tocr many 'people' are ;t06 'pompous about,
,Fausto could stick 'a 'gay needle' Into anYt or All of thee
over-Inflated balloons:, s: ,-::,,', .., ',, fl ,, -,.,.-.,',.1,.. '
(.. ; 1.,Russies li recent ',,' squawk ,' about ,the tt'fail 'safe", '.,
' Strategic, Air Command scrambles. (They've fbeen going'.
',on -for,yeart,itnd radar-girt Russia has alWaYS known' all
aboUt' them3 --,''. P,''''; ',',' 1 .'. '',-'' -.: '.: '''''"' '-'' 1 ''' ': ''
;..-.--;,y -,, 2. ,,The incredible -current campaign in Panama' to
-make some sort of a national hero out of one of the world's
'most contempible !rapists.' '.:-;;-... "'-', ,' '2.- -"'- -: ,-...-:-,,!:,..,;,
., .-''',3,,'' Some. of."-the wierd 'motions civilian' and -military '.
.. authorities have on the Canal Zone as,to whet constitutes
. a lob too sensitive to be held by other thin a US citizen.,
- (Faust had best-not hope: to work fast, on-, this one. I ''
,,read that some American., Civil 'Wee documents ari- still ',
'classified. Shh the enemy 'is listening.) ,;-'' & --:, ....,,',---, ',
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,- ,-: Refocussing thy mumblings of last Stindaiorfaus- ,,
AO,' Istill-cannot persuade MYself 'that ..the sale 'or.other-
-,. wise' of silver spoons in the commissaries -1st quite:',,, so ,.;
,,trascendental. (1-borrow'-,ther.word'with,;-gratefurecknowl- ',"
'idgements;Hfroril Panama, foreign 'Office tonnmuniqUes) "an
-' issue ,forL diplomatic- concern : as,,the,errivil :Or ;othSrwilse ''.,
p- ,
of 'a- hydrogen-Warhead intetdontinental ballistic missile...on .
,"Miralloris .Bridge; Nor everi,'.Soviet aim-not being' guar-
:.'anteed," on .the National Assembly -loililding; In' the !atter
..,,,,unforturiAte,caie the,Tivoll Hotel' would inevitably suffer, ...
and its- Saturday night dartes along-with-It ,,,: -., ,-!,';',-,f...;
.,,, L'.: Or. if efense deei not' Interest them,: mstead of ,ilis-
Ousing-ispoons foreign policy' bossmen Aquilino Boyd and,' t
'''oorin'toster totillie:cotild profitably Arrange, an exchanktg
',,of ideas on hew t remedi thi,hart-breiking problem of ,,
r'unemployment in their respective countries.,There's lireny ''',
'Cif rtired,,help to Inventerr the peen,'-lnlirivaci, ,Iti, -,
'! ''-',;';'.i think:mighty 'ptictr i' of sabre4attling As, a' form-of ...
diplortittcy.;Sfill don't rightly knowhat to th)pk, ef...sPorOn
,rattling.,,, '-' ..,77 ,,- ',.--t. ,- .,. 1,'' .,'.. '' .. t. ,4, ,..., .--.-''-;:
-.!..-; .,, Now ory.tothe 'obtoputi problern pfComrtntnism. ',hist '''
',because no.one aw:Khrtihchey buying it lOttery 'tioket :
' here ,this week it doet not follow 'that we 40 not. Ila a
'problem of Communism, Let. mt. offer -someisiessments .'
by much more qualified' Observers of 'thAssituation 'than, I:
- :- '-. -.1.The' Ink: Wet' hardlY dry': (int thi FlonionIisenhower,
tieity) before radical elements in. ,Panama.,,echoing'-in- ... ,,
sistent Communist propaganda,? have been and are. mak-' ,.
ing the urealistic and Irmo:tale demands t:o which I 'have '-:''' ',
-now called' atterition.'"--: Rep." Daniel J.' Flbod -(D:4211.),- .--. I
; :' :-,: u.The 'charge of communism, used irnmoderatl1; be- ..':
'coines ineffective,AssemblyMan' Alfredo 'Alernati '.1r,'Z ';' ;
. -'. -; -'1,1Vhuz Wright. 'cells us, now Unifid, States' hateri; 1 .- :
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' assume the 'next step will be;to, Oen us 'Communists -. I
Panama' Joe, (Mail Box, April '17) .. ,,,.'. ., r-,': .f,,,: ::
:, ,, "Cengrtsernan Parnell Thomai wait itbleto talk abbut ', ;'
how Much Communism there was in Panarna,,althoughlte
,, was unable to investigate;, This same man was later jailed !,
for taking 'kickbacks froin his secretaries.Strictly 'Anti! .-i,,
- Flood ( Mail Box,' April 6) -.'. Sure 'seems like the-Old 'Corn- ',
. ..,
' 'millet oredo'of 'equal ihares lor everyone;' ,','''.. ,k,,
- '' ''The practice' 0 -yelling, 'Coniniunisms., every ,-1,ms,',,
. .
', someone OBS: riot agree with, US.interests or Policies. is -: ',
-' beoming ridieuloUs.''..,-Native' Gringo...,(Mail-Bon. March' ilj
I
,' .:.Vott will see froni the tOregoing that-althougli. tinide tinideAected
Aected tinideAected by the most level;headed Intelligence operatives rt.'. I
the Isthmus. Communism, is all : iround 'us, Asp'ecially. if ',
we,tan spell it In the,. Mail Box. -,.''' .' ; ''...:' ; .--, I.e.., .
'' -- As- alwaYs,"Yeu are,scheduled this Week to' ite noth- ,,,,
ing but the best,. of service,' from, ,this section.4 Not only -,,
I
'are you provided with ',quotes from' past Mairporrietters,..---
but predictable quotes from future 'ones: .; f' "-',..-!..',:-.."', .,
'-, '. '"Islo 'good will come of thrs COmmunist policY.,of :per- ..
'mitting Cossack-minded local raters bet on the same' ',,race-...,..-
S,horses as 'white' men do.'''Observer: (Maar-, Bps,' June
1959).'-' 2' ''', l '''.' ',.. '-'.'-- 7 2...''. :: .,, ,-'
! "Equal pay for' equal work is- art' inidioti, doctr:irie
c' ulled from the writings 'of- Lenin.--Retired US,:-Ratet
, (Mail Box, r Augtist 1961)-.,,,,-' .:- ( .- ,......., --.......,..., ....,,,,,,..... ,.
.. '' It's been classified Uple no'oit but 1. maY at well warn .--
Ou there's "an entire Commy .Division.,over ,in the,' Canal
. .
. i. '. ,-PERCY'S PEERLESS -PORTENT' this week, 'owee,-all .
''' ,. 6$66 : .1. ', ...,' '' l.',,-....... -.. -. '-':,r''.-- .:., -..,,.., ...,::7', .:
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- hundied-dollars whieh the Canal is paying for its iwo -',
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iLeToirrneau mules. Try the number., You couldn't poss. ,,
ibly
be as unlucky asithe Canal.,'.:,-. i: ,-', .'- '', i .

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Juan Arias. ImPlementtation or Mrs. Abbott', idea enables Customers to identify and locate
stock with, greater ease.---(U.S. Army 'Photo)

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LONDON, April 26i Any night
sow Leed011,11 due to become a
- fairyland u the summer
floodlighting is switched OM
, Buildings that normally look as
,, solid as the Rock ef Gibraltar sud
denly take qm. ; insubstantial,
gossamer-like beauty, seemingly
afloat above the myriad lights o
the Big city..
The Tower of London, Trafalgar
t Square and Nelson's Column, the
Horse Guards in ,Whitehall all
these haunts ,of visitors from the
Commonwealth and many other
parts of the world will enjoy a
facelift' after drak,t grving them
fresh' andi suspected aspects e et
t et ven, to the people of these islands.
HOMO OF BIG BEN ,
. Most majesfic 'sight of all; per perhaps,'
haps,' perhaps,' is the floodlit clock lower
of the Houses Of ParliaMent at
'Weitminister reflected like a huge
anverted pencil In the B,iver
Thames. '
' The tower, bouses Big Ben, best
,, known and best-loved chiming belll
", an3rwhere. ,
V7e have' just celebrated the can.
--tienary of this 13 1.2-ton monster,
, which is recognized through broad
Casts All over the world as the
' voice of Britain.
No traveller who sees the clock
; face illuminated i these 'rummer
nights win not have' beard Big
4 Benl sonorotts peal on' the radio,
somewhere at some time, no mat mat,'
,' mat,' ter how far he has Journeyed..
,We in, the Vnited. Kingdom are
.; as display conscious as ever,
?, whether it be at the Brussplis
z'ytersal t and International Exhibt...
tion or merely with the trim :On'
dow boxes of,,flowers, in the ,City
streets.,
.

ir was remindeeof this 'on an
sutomobile run this week from
London doWn' to Portsmouth, on
thw- south coast, .for the "open
days" in the famous .Naval dock
yard there. On the way passed
through Aldershot, 'home. of the
British Army", a town which is,
In fact, the centre of a great tract
1' of 'countrtside dedicated., to mill.
',,,,,tart dal and s maneuvers..
-.Every barrack building, evert
guard post, even1 the odd cunt)
).)n the -woods. Wag dressed up with
ted paint and -whitewash, the brass
work polished, the regimental ban.
ters flying, as If ,Queen Elizath
IT or at least th'e General' Officer
Commanding were expected at
; anT moment.

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'This pride In annearances reach.
id its Peak in l'ortSmouth Dock Dockyard.
yard. Dockyard. For three days the Royal
k Navy wa "at home", and for
' small admission fee I raid of Sea
' Vice charities,. the public ,iould
I roam Ihe historic quaysides,' ba
sins and dry docks. and be eseort eseort'
' eseort' ed over shins nf the lInmit Fleet.
No hint here' of reductions in
.1 Naval strength; lhe Royal Navy
' ivas on fete.
, MOO! were playing,' the flags
1, were festooning every ship 'from
1 the smallest frigate to the,
t inificent M.S. Victorious, one of
',,' the most; vp-tp.flate airfraft car car','l
','l car','l tiers tarthe world, Proudly preen
ine herself with such outstanding
;IF, British, invantions as the luny.
attqled flight deck, steam cote cotepults,
pults, cotepults, deck landing anima' sights
and radar. '
Visiton were' Specially rrivileg rrivilegt,
t, rrivilegt, ed. since Victorious has yet to corn corn'',
'', corn'', plete her extensive trials programs
berm toinimt the Home Fleet as
an 'operational. snit- 1
Only a few cables lengths
'tiny' I WAS able to exnlore ILK&
ITlidtone. veteran submarine de de,"
," de," rot shin ha continons, commission
$inee gav 1938, 'With 110 000 miles
ef steaming to bet credit
Anrrently unscathed. Malasione
'Won beinount at Ahe North
Afriesn landines in World War
rl 10-51,1,1 'servin, in theatres from
, h. arth Atlantic to the Far
tst.,,t
Portsmouth ras lbristii"e
day with modern Csplays
' sea rescue by helicopter, frog frogren
ren frogren diving ravia ravia;
; ravia; pation by radar and sixpenny trips
,' in high.speed landIng craft.
Eutlit the heart ,Lof the dock

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yard was perhaps the prou es
exhibit Of all the 193-years-old
H.M.S. Victor, most faM01111 ship
in the Royal Navy, flagship of Ad.
miral Lord 'Nelson at the Battle
Of Trafalgar (1805), re A rigged,
painted, and bdidagged just as she
was lir that historic action.
'1, Victory, in her day dock, was
overshadowed and dwarfed by Vic Victorious,
torious, Victorious, but -such is the fascina fascination
tion fascination of oak and sail that AS many
people seemed to be trooping, on
board 4the ancient veteran as on
the, modern aircraft carrier.
Across the water ,towards the
Isle of, Wight, I could descry su superb
perb superb examples of modern sailing
craft' in the racing yachts prac practicing
ticing practicing off Cowes. , ,
Soon they will be joined by-Sceptre,
the Royal Yacht Squadron's
challenger for the AmeHca's Cup,
which,was launched early in April
on Scotland's River Clyde.
This lovely sea greyhound had
her Bails Made at Gosport, oppo opposite
site opposite Portsmouth, and she 'will use
them to sldm, southwards to the
Solent for, racing testa, there 4-
aainst other pedigree yachts be before
fore before being shipped td the United
States of America in July for the
contests in 'September. :
r'I''achting on the- Scentre scale
May be a millionarires' pastime,
but more and more ordinary folk
In Britain are ge getting just a
mnoh fun ,sailing dinghies.
This year, b fact, is likely to
see a sailing craze round pur
shores and in inland waters. At
least 250,000 mon and women,
is estimated, will be sailing small
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Cdr. Francis Usbione, secretary
of the Royal Yachtine Association
reports that thei number of yacht yachting
ing yachting 'and aoillng cbdItt has levant.
ed from 780 sbt 1957, to .837, this
sgason. Of these,' 850 are coneore-,
ed with people sailing nothine
larger than 'dinehies, many of
which they have built OT assembl assembled
ed assembled themselves. ", 4
',Mfg problem for many la to find
sailing water near home. especial especially,
ly, especially, in cities and big towns.
- toodon's broadest stretch is the
'Welsh Hero,- in' the north-west su suburb
burb suburb of ,Rendon.',
Among helmsmen, and crews
euloying snarefime sailing there
this season will be doctors, unvi unviversity
versity unviversity lecturers, bus, driVers and
conductors, air 7 pilrots ind 'bank

THE UBIQUITOUS 4OENT
CHICAQ0 (UPI Even organ
Frinders have agents nowadays.
TheUniversity of Chicago could
rot book Guiseppe Rensido for Its
Festival of Arts until it 'contacted
his agent .

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Assembly Speake
Rejects Demand
By Rent Pleven'

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PARIS, April 26 (UP) Nation.'
al Assembly speaker Adre le Tro
quer today rejected as "tmconsti
tutional" a demand by former
Premier Rene Pleven that the
assembly vote on,hisNorth Afri
ea policy before he forms a cab

Le ,Troquer announced his oppo oppoSition
Sition oppoSition after discussing the issue
with President Rene Coty and
Senate speaker Gaston Monner
vine ,at the presidential palace.
Pleven believed the procedural
move would have he'ped to solve
France's recurrent ) governmental
crisis. -
Pleven alsk called on Coty : to
day to present an outline, of his
North African program. He 'said
he would call vn Le Troquer dur during
ing during the day apparently to, 'a s k
him to drop his objections to the
'separate votes. ,
, Advanced reports indicated Jim

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WASHINGTON (UP)--TI,e re&
end, Housiag Admini,tratikm
(FHA) is revamping its minimum
standards for new houses and will
republish them sometime this
summer in a single volume..
According to FHA Commission,.
er Norman P. Meson, the .change
will allow greater flexibility and
permit builders to "e xercise
greater freedom Di judgment in
providing litzable space at lower
costs."
Mason also told the Building Re
search Institute, which met here 1
this weekt that his agemcy is
scrapping its present 23 separate
regional, sets of standards for
a single, omnibus volume that will
be "llexible enough to take care
of regional differences."
Mason said he intends the-new
standards "to be minimums of
performance, written is terms of
function, rather than spelling out
a description of materials to be
used.", As such, he said. h e y
will be suliciently flexible with without
out without adding one unnecessary cent
to the cost' of building."
- Builders and architects have
frequently -.criticized the FHA
Ouilding code as being unrealistic
and lacking reasonable unifor uniformity.
mity. uniformity. They have said that a
single, national set of standards
would help cut construction costs.
Mason,said k draft of the revised
code "has been applauded by the
Industry." ,
Mason warned, however that rk
vision of the code will pot auto automatically
matically automatically result "in a general up
grading of housing."'"The stand
ards really are minimums, an
upgrading doesn't come ,f o m
minimums," he ,
The commissioner offered 'the
following as an example of the
changes the FHA is makingt
"We used to specify minimum
floor area for bedrooms. In: a
threkbedroom house we required
two bedrooms to be fk least ,100
'Square feet and a third to be 70
feet. Now,. our requirement for a
threkbedroom house will call aim
ply for 280 square feet of bedroom
space with to room having less
than 80 square feet."
As part o f the trend toward
greater flexibility, Mason said,
"we now permit inside bathrooms
and, subjeckto the local ,market,
inside kitchens. ,There wM be
greater freedom of design in pro
viding storage space 'under the
new standards in spite of the fact
that we' have increased the Sluice
requirements,"

Pleven declaration..wati so- liberal
it would, be rejected by the potent
rightwing, which opposes any con
cessions in France's war e' with
thp Algerian rebels and its dis dispute
pute dispute milli Tunisia.

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anoter chunge- recently
adoptel, said, i eimina eimination
tion eimination of a re,:,.rement that indi individual
vidual individual se,,;ae disposal. systems
contain distribution boxes. He es
timated this would save six mil million
lion million dollars a year in home build
ing costs and result an better dik,
posal systems.

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French
Fcrin

r LONDON (UP) Lady Norah
Docker retreated Rom the French
Riviera yesterday 4'in full fighting
form.",
Her husband, Sir Bernard Dock..
er who came home with her, took
some pot shots of his own at Mon Monaco
aco Monaco and Prince Rainier, for
ing 'disrupted Franco british
friendship,' ,
The Dockers, with thier son,
Lance, flew from the French. Riv.
iera a few hours ahead of the
gendarmes. France, at the Tequest
of Monaco, ordered the volorful
family out of the Riviera after
Monaco had barred them.
The basis a! the dispute was
that Lady Docker, who has won in.
ternational fame as a marble
shooting champion, was miffed be.
cause their 19-yeaLold, sont Lance
was not invited to the christening
of,Prince Albert, the heir to the
Monegasque throne. She tore up a
replica of a Monacan flag.
The 'Dockers made it that
they did not care too much about
losing the right to visit Monaco.
, What hurt was the loss of the Riv Riv,
, Riv, i
,
,
Bejewelled and ermine coated,
Lady Docker, who said she ?must
have the atmosphere, of th,g, Rivr
iera to live," proclaimed:.
"I shall tear down the Monacan
flag each time I see it until that
man (Rainier) learns how to be
have and respect a woman
am in full fighting form ,and
at war with "that man Rainier:,1
She took particular umbrage at
the fact the Prince asked France
to banish her from the Riviera
and that France, under a friend,
ship treaty, obliged him...
This; said Lady Docker, "is only
for triminals people who cam..
mit murders or something ghast

Son Lance had the final 'word.
"I think -this whole thing is
complete nonsense," he said.
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HOLLYWOOD, April 26 (UP),
Telephone calls threatening the
lives Of actress Lana Turner and
her -lawyer. famed Jerry Giesler.1
today caused Beverly Hills police I
to continue a 'special. surveitH
lance" of their homes and t h e
home of Lana's mother, Mrs.1
Midred Turner, -where the. star's
lkyearold daughter Cheryl is liv,1
Giesler told Police Chief Clin Clinton
ton Clinton H. Anderson he received three
calls during tbe week, two from
women and one from a. man, all
tbreatening to 'get" him and La.
na for the slaying of John Stom
panato by Lana's daughter.
'We ,are sending people o u t
from,the east to take care of La
na," the man, warned Giesler.
"And they'll take card of you,
The women told Giesler'' he
would be killed -because he '', re represented
presented represented "the people who plung plunged
ed plunged the carving knive into Stompa Stompanato",
nato", Stompanato", --the handsome lover of
Lana and former body guard of
essonvict Mickey Cohenas he
and Lana argued in het boudoir
April 4. The slaying was later rill,.
ed "justifiable homicide" a n d
Cheryl was released from Julie
nile Hall Thursday and given in
temporary custody to Mrs'. Mil&
red Turner under 'court orders.
, Officers indicated the telephone
calls might have been a prank
but that they were ,"taking no
chances." ,

Sludebaker-Packaid
To Build View 159
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, SOpTH BEND, Ind. (UP)Stu,
debakerPackard Corp. president,
Harold E.. Churchill announted
Thursday Studebaker Packard
will build a new 1959 model ee0-
nomy carbut Churchill nor any
one else would say how the mon money
ey money for such a project could be
raised. ,
Studebaker Packard has lost
about 85 million dollars and sold
valuable, assets for working capi.
tal since its formation in 955
from the...4w Seperate pioneer
auto Companies. Its working capi..
tal of cash and marketable secur
ities at the 'end of 1957 was about
20 MigiOn dollars.' , ,
In his announcement at the an
nual stockho'ders meeing, Chur,
chill said Studebaker Packard'
will build the kind of car Ameri.
cans want nowl11lower cost, yet
well.made transportation that re-,
tains the elements of full-size pas.1
senger space .- economical oper.I
ating costs,permanence of design
higher reside value and conse.1
(pent lower depreciation rates.", I
, Newsmen tried to ,find out IV
this meant an all.new car or a
restyled dition of Studebaker
Packard's 'present economy Scots.,
man. ghurchill said j'Ino com,,
ment,f1 IA atockholder asked
if the new tar would allow con
tinuation of the Studebaker and
Packard lines. Again Churchill de,.
dined comment,

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,' ' t '' ' '''' '''" Abbott, suPervisory clerk at the U.S. Army Carib- 4 Mason.said k draft of the revised monaeo had barred the
ADOPTED SUGGESTION -Mrs. Arlene A. rders
, red Turner under court o
-l"- Officers indicated the telephone
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bean. Quartermaster Self-Service Cen t code "ha
ter received a suggestion award certificate,under Projec s been applauded, by the
The basis ol the dispute was
dis la in stocked items. Here Mrs. Abbott shows Industry." s ,- s. v n a r
calls might ha e bee p ank
- Paydirt for proposing a better method of p y g a a y oe er, who has won in
thtLd D k but that they were "taldng no
in er, extreme left, chief of the supply division, and a Mason warned, however that re
' her idea tci Lt. Cot Russell .W.-Hech ternational fame as a marble ch n e ' ''
g Tbeoktisto, Leon W. Reid B., Ha,rold P. Sherwood and vision of the code will not auto auto',
', auto', grotip of co-workers, left to right, Buil I shooting champion, was miffed be ,
Juan Aries., Implementation of Mr
s. Abbott, dea ena es us
bl 0 tomers to identify and .locate matically result "in a general ug,
.,. grading of housing."'"The sten cause their 19-yearold, son, Lance ' ' ; 1
' tock with, great,er ease.-(U.S. Army o , , .
s ards 'really are minimums, anti was not invited to the ,christening
of ,Prince Albert, the heir to the
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minimums," he said..- --4 ,--,, '
Monegasque throne. She tore uP a T B , , k
' replica of a Monacan flag. is inl le 5 ,,,
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he commissioner offered the The 'Dockers made it, plain that V
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ng the right to visit Monaco.
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PARIS, April 26 (UP)''-Nation. I,
t o bedrooms to be fk, least .100 .nd
Bejewelled ind ermine coated, debaker Packard Corp. president
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,, .,, al Assembly speaker Adre le Tro quare feet and a third to be 70 H Id E Ch hill e d i
Lady Docker, who said- she must aro urc announ e
I - -- o --, ,. 1 quer today rejected as "imeonsti. feet. Now,. our requirement for a have the atmosphere. of th,J, Rivr Thursday Studebaker s Packard
3 '''' '''' ' '''' r. '. 'i 'I 1 P' ''' t ' d ha s the' proudest tuttonal a demand by former threkbedroom house will call sim ler& to live," proclaimed: ., -, will build a new 1959 model eco.
, LONDON,. April 26,- Any nigh yar. was per pth 193 Premier :Rene, Pleven that the ply for 280 square feet of bedroom
become a exhibit ef all e -years-oia "I shall tear down the Monacan nomy car-but Churchill nor any
' : now London s is dne to assembl vote on his North Afri
Y 4 space with no room having less ilag each time I see it until' that one else-would say how the mon monH
H monH M S VI t s' t f ous ship
,, summer . c ory, mos am ea policy before he forms a Cab.,
' silver- fairyland u the- than 80 square feet s,. a --,
I th Ito al Navy, flagship of Ad. , , man (Rainier) learne how to be ey for such a project could be
' pl,,,,,nighting A switched on. n c 3' inet ,.: ' '. ' As part o f' the trend toward h
' "---' th t' ormally look as mint Lord 'Nelson at the Battle Le ,Troquer announced his oppo. ave and respect a woman. , raised.' :' : , s.,
. Buildings a n greater flexibility, Mason said, ' St d baker Packard has lost
I ar (1805) re A rigged, ' ssue II
' 11 as the Rock ef ,Gibraltar sud- tif Trafa g ,. :0 sition after discussing the a we now permit inside bathrooms ,'".1 am in full fighting form ,and about 85 million dollars' and sold
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k a an insubstantial, painted, and bdilagged just as she with President. Rene Coty ,, and
' denly ta e o and subjeckto the local market, t with "th t R i '4' valuable, assets for, working capi,
. ) in ly was irr that historic action.
ty,' seem g S t k G sto Monner
. ena e spea er a n mside kitchens. ,rnere mu
- , a war a man am er.
' gossamer-like beau
lad lights o '1,' Victory, in her day, dock,
wa- ville at the presidential palace. l'y She took particular umbrage at tal since, its formation in 955
eater fr d
ee on: of design in pro th f t th Pri ce asked France from the..-Awo aeperate pioneer
e ac e n
afloat above., the,,myr,
-1 '41,. overshadowed and dwarfed by Vie- Pleven believed the procedural gi:d t d th
tbe Big Citte -, ' 4 vt mg s orage space ,un er e to banish her from the. Riviera auto tompenies. Its working capi
-- .-- Lo don, 'Trafalgar tor:ous, but such is the faseina- move would have he'ped to solve new standards in spite of the fact
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' Column, the tion of oak and sail that as manY France's recurrent) governmental h t France under a frieed tal of cash and marketable seeur
and t a
, 1. Square and Nelson s 1 a we ave nc ea
th t h i r sed the sPaee ship treaty, obliged him.. 7 ities at the 'end of 1957 was about
'tehall -As all
. .. Horse Guards iu -Win
peop e seemed to be trooping, on crisis.- s - - requirements.," , .,.s ,,
, This; said Lad Docker, "is only 20 Milji00 dollars.' , ,,,, ,,
th board lhe ancient veteran as on Pleven als(1,,called on Coty: to Y
, these haunts tof Vim
'tore from e
other the modern aircraft' carrier. day to present an outline, of his ,,, .;,,,,,, s for criminals -., people who cam In his announcement at the an
s Commonwealth and mrlYs' ethi g ghast nual stockho'ders meeting, Chur,
(Across the water towards the North African program. He.' said Pleven declarationwas s liberal mit murder!' or som n
- ''. parts of the world
will enjoy a
in -them Isle of mot, 1 coula descry sit- he would call son Le Troquer dur. it would,be rejected by'the potent ly.", .,. ,,,,, ,,,,,, II id St d b k P k d'
.'s ,, chi sa u e a er .., ac ar
' '.. facelift. tifter 'I drak,, gtv g .-14 will build the kind of car Ameri,
ed ,aspec.s e
Perb examplee of modern sailing ing the day apparently to, ,iii s k rightwing, which opposes any eon, ;, ,, .. ,,
orct cans ,want now,A1Ilower cost, yet
fresh' and, untusPeet lands. craft- in the racing yachts prac. him to drop his objections to the cessions in France's war' w 1 t h Son Lance had' the final w
' ven, to the people of these is, ,,, ,
tieing ,off 'Cowes ' --- separate votes. i thp Algerian rebels and its dis- "I think this whole thing well.made transportation -that re.,
' t NOME OF BIG BEN ,- ., is ti th 1 t fill z as!
a no e e emen s o u -in e p
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, wit Tunisia .,- -- ,' : complete nonsense," he said.
u per. ,, Soon they will be joined by.Scep. Advanced reports Indicated the puts h , , , .. , ..
Most majestic sight of a senger space economical operI
' baps,' Is the floodlit clock, tower e, e oya ac qua on s ,,-,,s, atmg coste,- permanence of design
li ment at challenger for the AmeHca's Cup,
, of the Houses of Par a , , - ,' ..... ,, , higher reside value and conse 1
huge which,was launched early in April ' ' ' It a
'Weitminister reflected bite a ,,, quent lower depreciation rates.
. n the :River f,in Scotland's Ittver Clyde.
',. ,Inverted pencil I .. Newsmen tried to ,find out if
This lovely 'sea greyhound had ,' '; '' ' N ,' this :meant', an allriew ear or a
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; -Thames. 1 I i B n 'best her sails Made at Gosport, oppo-
. The tower, houses B g e I - Y Y1
1 Y1 --6;)( i L-1 1 I V i , restyled ,dition of Studebaker
' loved chiming bell sae Portsmouth, and she 'will use ., I' k k A
,,' bnown and best- ,. 4 , them to skim southwards to the FL, Mk ,,,A- PI .1Pqk ,., r.s,s Packard's 'present economy Scots.
5 ''' ans,where. ,,, i t.,,,, , .., a , ,..., id "no om,
. man. 0 ,Ghurchill sa ,, c
. Aos have' lust celeb Solent lit Aesta tit
rated the can- for, rac g -, ere e- ment.," IA 'etockholder asked him
12-ton monster, gainst other pedigree ht b
, yac s e. if the new tar would allow con
s --tienary
(If' II 13 d through broad fore being shipped tO the United
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States of America in 'July for the L. '' I ' '
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contests in 'September. ......---
- : voice' of Brita .
in ".,, ' dined comment-, , -..
th'a clock Yachting on the- Sceptre scale
. -,:: ,,,., n10 traveller 'who sees
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- ; face illuname May be a millionaires' pastime, ' ''
- ' ' ''" all, around- Colombia. -' ,.-,..
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' nights will not have' but more and more ordinary folk
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time no ma lkijt. S -3Wdhia
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d ua as ever, shores and in inland waters. At 1,.,Z.,,,,.1 .
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lit Uni. least' 250,000 men and women, r' ft t : s t .. .. ,.. ,... , ,,, --.. e
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' through Aldershot,- 'tome,' of the etl themselves. -' ., ,, ,, 4 , 440:41:41441'4114:, k 0,4;ssolosey.' r ...en
',,''' British Army", a tOwn which is, '' Iig problem for many Is to find : 0 '''' ' '' s PAY LATER ' '' r Xe:611.:1:4.119 ,- ..- Ye AX":.:q
' in fact, the centre of a great tract nailing water near home. especial- ' ; FLY NOW -- ., I oesseee.s. d Ave.--
- .,-.- , ., ; , -', '...,, ANY eV 5 ,A st's:::0:A.No::i
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.1. b guard post even1 the odd cist,;tig burb of Petition:, .' 4-.--- ,. ''', , I ...........,s,.. ;.
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, fn.the woods. was ,dressed up Among helmsmen, and crews , .x.e....s,..
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,'-' '',''ted paint and whitewash, the brass '-
reloying snaretime., sailing there ."04-".0..7.4:4 I 1,,) ) w.',,,"..- tl,
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, ,i. Vera flYingy all If ,Queen Elizath versity lecturers; bus, driVers and THE OLDEST AIRLINE IN THE AMERICAS .! ao,,o.o.a...... of ell, r .:
IT or at least th'e General' Officer conductors,
air 4 plias end bank PAN 'AMERICAN ORLD AIRWAYS SYSTEM ) :',47,4"..'..X.'. el' ow ",,.' .10, '.
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' I 'This pride In armearances reach. CHICAGO ,(UP) ,- Even organ rr,
' id its Peak in Portsmouth Dock- erinders have agents nowadaye. C i
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, k Navy WAS "at home", and for rot book Gaiseope Renaldo for its '. 4 . .1-l.'-.-'-.................-.,....A.,
' : small admission fee 1 raid of Set, Festival of Arts until it totitacted ,' ; -' '' :'..'..'.'.0.:''::-'-':-:yes
; vice charities. the public -Could Ms agent ,..,,. , ... ..,
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. t roam the historic ttuayaides;, ba ., , i 7, ',....' , , .. ,, .. ,, , ,, , , ,s -, .. . .. :.......,............,.....,..............,...........,,
4 sins and drit dockK and be estort
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' 'I Naval strength 'the ,Royal Navy DoA uii, 0, DER,, Bougr,THE,FuTuRE7. ,.., .. .....,.,..si.
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, , intMils were playing,' the flags '' ' .; ' ' '-',,
- L 1 e Almos ourself for the ars that lie ahead by t.' .. , ; ,
t 'everybody 'does. But don t let the future worry you. Prepare y ye I 1 1. . f , .... ,,. ,... .,. .
- 5. were festooning every ship 'from
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, I 1 the, mulled frigate to the, bate- ', learning more about your job-or your hobby.. Study at home during your leisure hourtw Internet ona Car e...., .... ,,... e ,,,:!.,,.z ; d , ..
correspondence. Write today for information by filling out the eon- ,,.. I , r !,, ',
s t inificent 1.M.S. Victorious, one of spondence Schools offers over' 200 courses by , . .., , ,
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. I' the ntos6"up-to-rlate airfraft ear- ;, ., pon below and mailing It to: ,' t. i .,- .. , ., . ', s,-, , - ... s . , -,,, .. -, ,
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tisk inventions as -,the fully. ,, -
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4 Be ItITERHATIOIIAL -CORRESPOI1DENCE SCHOOLS 4, '
...,, lunged flight deck,. steam 'eats- '",
,-, putts, deck landing In mt. s g s , , , . ,, -, '' -, Box 1471' Scranton Pa U.SA- ' ' ,' : ' ,, '' :' M d Kingmati the
- and radar. ',.,' ' , v , ,, :' .t 'y ,' 1 ., ', 0 , ? , : . ', i ,:.' , ;'. .' -- ', ...- i : ova o c
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f: ed. since Victorious hag yet to corn- ,
b kl t be t the ourses which I have checked below: : - - " 1: S, :
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. Only, a few cables lengths '. a- .,---. ,0 Air Conditioning 7 RefrigeratiOn ', 0 Petroleum ngmeering : .,,
- ' 0 Mathematics, : - .,: :, ".! ''.,INTransit"- ease, t '.
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-, rot shin to tontinens, commissfon '" -.! In ,the. 1958-contests of the
. I Engineering ' ' '.
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- smee gay 1938 with 110.000 miles i-, U Carpenter and Mill Work -- 0 Highway Engineering 0 Mechamca ,. ,,, 1 ,,, : s.performar
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', I ',. ef steaming to 'her credit ;- Art ., 1.- - 0 Electricat Drafting ,.' : 0 Refrigeration : -. ,. ,, :, , ,, ,,..
. .0 Commercial . :
' : Arprently unscathed,Malagtone Automobile Mechanic -- -' 0 Mechanical Drafting ,, Radio-'' : ,. ,, ,, .:
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, f ItImn 'belle bollourg at -,11,,e, ort..I 0 D,00kkeeping and Accounting' 0 Electricel 'Appliance Servicing ,..; TV,,,Engineeringo .,:- - ., I ' ,.,, .,,, -..
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, 'an -5"5 in wenn. n" u 0 Dus'ne Ad I stration- : -, ", Diesel Locomotive :, ., , : ; -: L.,
' r- Insi,less Iservitte in Theatres frem I SS 1.11 ni 0 Electrical Engineering '
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, st,,. lorth Atlantic to, the Far ,,, '. 0 Creative Salesmanship.' .' .. ,,-
- l -, t-; 0 Combustion. Engineering ,.., : ,:. , ; , : 1-,
0 Electrical.. Maintenance .-, .
. ,r1t, r , , ,, ,,, -. ,-, 0 Professional Secretssy ,: : ,' 0 Cotton and WOolene ,, 4 ,. 4.,
'' Portemouth was brtstling ',this 0 Chemical Engineering' 0 Good; English '':,-, '', ; ,,-. Manufacturing , ,,- , : t ., ,,
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(lay with modern Csnlays likeair, ..-, r) General Chemistry ' 0 High 'School' Subjects : :' ' '. 0 finishing and Dyeing .:, ,, , .., .. .: ... ,,
sea rescue by helicopter, frog- s,' ' ' , ,, . . .. , 'i. t ,, --, 4-'-'''.
,,,rici diving (1,.r.,,Trfrations, ravia, ', '''' '" "- " '' ', ' ", ''' . ' ,-,' t , ,..' .- ,,.. , , :,..... 0 ',
, patina by radar and sisnenny trips
' NAME ,,- ' COMPLETE ADDAL,.-.13 , -OCCUPATION '', ', -."'" --------""-'1-0IN COLON COLON.'
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' imina' ,4 t ; ': (FHA) is revamping its minimum tin of a re,,,,..rement that indi.
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' '',, I 7 : tandards for new houses and will vidual so; i,i.',e disposal' systems
' ; ': ,, ,, : '- :1. ." : '' rsepublish. them sometime this contain distribution boxes. He es.
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frequently -.cri leized the F k th on
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April 4 The slaying was later ruL
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building code as being unrealistic Lance, flew from the French. Rh ak hArnimAe, A
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- Lanut-c, WVW Al WM WIC 11, q1.1.11 AVIV. ed "justifiable homicide" ,and
Coo., king Stensils available 111 metal and wood
ind s reasonable unifor uniformity..'
mity..' uniformity..' They have said that a gendarmes. France, at the 'request
single, national set of standards of M co ordered the colorful t
ona 0. ... emporary cus y
tod to Mrs'. u .
enuine Ilandwaven Mandatin Chinese Rugs' Y
Jere a few hours ahead of the Cheryl was released from 'Tuve
nile Hall Thursday and given in
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, Masonsafd k draft of therivi-s-e-ci lallownla4coul;lat'd viarriled th'evmicla. Id"' red Turner under court orders. e "'
Paniam Plastic 3-Paael Screen
code "has been applauded by the
Industry." Officers Indicated the telephone
The basis a! the dis .ute was
that Lad D k h bP
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Mason warned, however that re but that they were "taidng no
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I T-17;11.1. tuto-I shooting champion, was miffed I 11 Dranerv FILMIC& sows and sheers A 1 1

1) , graaing ot noustng. "The stand 'stenin Upholste abrics all colors in the rainbow l-
Studebaker- ckard F
Pa
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of,Prince Albert, the heir to the ,
minimums," he Monegasque throne. She tore up a I Lamp Shades, Table, Floor, or Ceiling Clipon .;
Assembly Sp'eaker'!
, foTohlevincommissiener offered the The 'Dockers made it plain that , '
rephca of a Monacan flag. To Build View 59
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changesgthaes;;IAefsamnr:Iekindg, the they d Bed Fillows, Cotton, Kapok, Feather, Dacron
id not care too much about '
111 1 , 1 t, "We used to specify minim. m' 11;q)stanIghturhet wriagsh Economy Model ri ,
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MISS MOIRA EILEEN BRADT'S ENGAGEMENT -,'
TO LT. DANIEL J. LEHANE, Mt., ANNOUNCED
. Mr. and Mrsi Fred J., Brady of Balboa have announced 4
' the engagement of their daughter, Moira Eileen to Lt. Dan- .,
, lel J. Lehane, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lehant of .1n-
dianapolia, Ind. ,' I ,1 , 0 -, 1,,,, , ,' w
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04 'In- San Antonio, Tex. Her 'fiance b a graduate ,Of Butler
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the U.S. Mr Force' at Harlington &KB.; Tex. - ;,----
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Rican ''',tkmbesseder'
vtains for President-Elect
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t anamt and Mrs. Jorge LoaL
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Qnsta Rica and Mrs- Mario
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Louise Elizabeth Johnson
Marry Lt. Keith Byron HI 111011
atul Md.' Ir. M. Jahn Oft '01
Solo announce the engage
ti of the!, doughttr, Louise Eli Eliobeth,
obeth, Eliobeth, to Lt.(ig), Keith Byron
11kiti Johnson, vaduate -of
lerixtobal High Scheel, is now at
tiding Canal Zone Junior College
And, will graduate in June, -Mr.
Canton, graduate of Ohio State
' lOnivessity, is the spit of Mr., and
7art. Hd Od Hanlon of St. Peters,.
, burg, Florida and is the executive
'officer of the USS Jasper stationed
, Rodman Naval Btation.
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Desiledida ,
Fred Gerhardt' Or -,, ,
The ordon,Daltons, George
Differs, anti Angos Matheneys co cohosted
hosted cohosted a farewell party for t h 0
Fred Gertiardtt in the Driftwood 1
Loonge of the Albrook Officers
Clhb last ylight
-buffet' ditinbr Was served to a'
'large group of their friends and to
add to the merriment, it skit ivas
presented '"rhis is Wily:Life,
Fred Gerhardt." In true Ralph Ed.,
'wards tradition, It the end of
performance Fred and Betty were
presented gifts frOm the grotto Arid
a novel scrapbook with a page
donated frOM each bf totems.
The 'Gerherdt 'With their chil children,
dren, children, Bob, and ',Untie, will leave
on May 29 for Maracaibo.- Itebk
zuela, where they will make their
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Visit USA And Canada .: -!
Mrs. Josefitt Arias of Paninik
left today for a vacation in- Mt U
nited Statet and Canada.

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The Diablo Camera Club held
their annual dinner Friday evening
in .the ball-room of the Tivoli'
Guest House.
The ball-room Wai decorated
Mai sombreros from many coun countries
tries countries of South and Central Ameri,
ea. Guests wore hats which had
been pirchased or worn on one
of the previous Camera Club trips
Slides taken Jiy club members
were shown and judged by a team
from 'th; Atlantic side Camera
Club."
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Soroptomist'Intornational,
Will Sponsor Dance'
Soroptimist International of Co Colon
lon Colon will enZertain with a dance on
May 18 gt the Hotel Washington,
lucho Azcarraga,will play from 0
pan. until 3 a.m. 'rickets are one
dollar. per person and may be ob obtained
tained obtained from Itlaurer's Florist or
by calling Mrs. J. Reduga at Go.
lick 819, or Mrs. Mary Crawford
at 2342. For reservations call
Scadron't on Front Street.
Doctor's Wives14 '
Club Mooting
,Electiori et Meets for the Doe DoetOr's
tOr's DoetOr's ,Wives Club will take place
at the next meeting of the Club on
Wednesday at 9:30 P.M: at the
Fort Ciaylon Offieers' Club.

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Convittll Iho fled
Prison On Horse
Caniured By Cops

'YA200 CITY. Miss. (1.113), A
prison trusty who -galloped away
from Parchman state penitentiary
on e horse was captured near
here early today after a trustrat,
ing 24 hours of freedom. ,-,'
' CRAM 'Palmer, 50. was nabbed
by a highway patrolman after, a
truck he stole conked out on
Highway 4.9 HS had taken the
truck ;Per the. horse fell down
and, tkew him to the. pavement
on his head, -- - ,-',
,., Palmer; a convicted murderer,
managed an tasv escape from
the prion by telling' guards he
and the horse had duties to perA
form outside the walls. 4, 1
But after galloping a few toilet
the horse tripped and Paltrter suf.
fered I, head injurv. le the fall.
Soon after be abandoned the
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Ile centinued his th,flight a few
Cahn.; A,c :lltle den pd.:Iris; 0: romffe:
Offietrs were dispatched to the
' isnuts0;calo:st
p:u:Iliregtd; Mil th:e ir.buectk:reettt,, ,eb,,uttrubceit.ga,rma e:
area anU detetmined the truck
was traveling south., They rsdioed
for a patrolman at Yazoo City to
head north while they sued south
in en effort to clime in en Palmer.
- The- atsiled truck was found by
the northbound pft ic er en a
bridge 10 miles north of here,
and Palmer was found hiding' in
unearby cotton field.

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BONN, Germany (UP) West
Germany and the Soviet 'Onion
yesterdaY signed a format trade
agreement that called for doubling
their present volume during the
next three years. ,
: Soviet ,First Deputy Premier
Anastsrs Mikoyan and German
Foreign Minister Heinrich von
Brentano represented their gots
ernments. ,, -, 1
Brentand, thus became the first
'German foreign minister to sign
a treaty with the Russians since
ehilmPligee salesman Joachim
Von Ribbentrop sealed the Hitler,
Stalin non ") aggression pack in
August, 1239- ,,,,, , i i
Mikoyan, in'i speech after the
signing, recalled that Hitlerls Nazi
armies smashed across the Soviet
border just two years later. sr..
"But Hitler is no more," he
said., ,r, k ' ,
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r The 63-yeat.oid Armenlakboen
tridd eXper t, second in the
government s- cOmmand tn. Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikitt S. Khrushchev, was
in A jovi.al mond during the cert.
mony, :, .
' He laid be was tettain the
agreement would lead to closer
relatiOnS between the two 'Com.
tries.' s r, I
"Already there are vast possi r
Willies in the economic field for
the Federal Republic and the
tio S. S.' S.," he said. Present
trade, on an informal basis had
averaeed some t25 million dollars
annually. rr,
Mikoyan will open talks with
Chancettre Konrad Adenauet
Saturday, He is the highestsank.
itig soviet official to ,visit West
Germany SitiCt diolomatie rela:
tines were established after
World War II. , s ,,,,

COP COPPED

'''' TOKYO ;'(UP)-1)eteetive $er.
leant Toshio 7 Asannma, 42, al.
signed te a special pickpocket,de pickpocket,detail,
tail, pickpocket,detail, wag arrested on a traid by,
two other detectivesfor picking
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Aircraft Corp.' and Bell Aircraft
Corpd yesterday announced they
have broken off mercer talkt
mutual agreement The discus discus,
, discus, sions began in early winter, 1.95L
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MISS MARYANN HANNIGAN, whose engagement to Mr, Rob Robert
ert Robert Allen Modoono of Lexington,' Mass., has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Ph C. Hannigan of Balboa.
, Miss Hgnnigan is a graduate of Niagara University Cbllege of
Nursing and is employed in Boston, MaSS. Mr, Modoono 13 a,
, graduate of the Arlington Vocational School and is employed
by the Lexington Landscape Service. The viedding 18 planned
for Juni 14 in St. Brigid's Catholic Churth in Lexington.

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Novels 'with backgrounds laid
in Panam or the ,Canal'Iont
will be discussed by an authorita..
tive panel at the Armed forceS
Writers' League meeting, e which
will be held atthe USOJWB
La Boca Rd., Balboa at 7:30 p.in.
on Wednesday,' May 7.'
-..The panel will consist of Roger
Hackett, 'dein Of the Calla' Zone
Junior College; Miss Katharine
Clark, librarian, Balboa 'High
'School; James Lyons, instructor
at Dalboa High School; B r di e
Burnham, director of personnel
training, Panama Canal and Don
Musselm an, instructor at Balboa
High School.,' if
The discussion, Which rteently
formed the program for a Inett,
ing of the Isthmian Historical So.
clety, covers a variety of novels,
plays and their authors. Hackett
will discuss the 'life and works"
of Kathleen' Moore Knight, who
also writes ',under the named' of

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'The Cutlass Empire," and John
Steinbeck's "The Cup of Gold,"
published in 1929. Both these nov novels
els novels deal with pirate Henry Mot
gan's capture' and sack of 0 1
Panama in 1671.
Lyons will revile's; Art interesting
1911 novel by -Rex Beach, 'T h e
Ne'erDoWell"; Burnham will dis discuss
cuss discuss Donald B: Chidsey's Tana
ma Passage" And Musselman
review three successful Broadway
plays with settings in Panama.
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ing to Panama and 'br'the Canal
Zone will be distributed. All: in,

Alan Amos. Her latest mystery ttrested persona are invited to.
no!el, published four nionths !Igo attend.

:ONLY: 6 'HOURS; ',, tOWEST't FARES'
onnectioni irk Mexico toe III of; Noith Amorloa :
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Audrey E. Kline, who for seven
years was puulle relations cirec
borat hotel El ranama, has open
ed her of Ice in the Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance building to handle public
relations programs for .ocal and
internai,ionat firms.
Asmember of a well knowa Isth.
Man family which has made its
nome in eallaMa lor three gener generations,
ations, generations, Mrs. Kline studied adver
tising and journalism at N e w
York and Columbia Universities.1
She has worked '.or many yearel
,ii. sales and advertising in New
York City and Panama.'
-During her service at Tana
ma's foremost hotel she supervis
ed advertising,- publicity,. promo
tion and set up public relations
policies. ,Until. last year when the
Panama government contracted a
United States advertising firm to
' promote tourism, everr major ev
ent.in Panama which might serve
to attract the tourist trade. wits
publicized largely through -' Mrs.
Kline's department.. ., ',-.
'The former general manatee of
El Panama, Joseph R, Cunning
ham, realized that with a small
advertising budget such as the
hotel's and the Panama:govern
. ,1 iteTt ompgooauabeutbtrzfiri holioiatieuscs'i rtsgaii t,'ti:ymst ranti t h, hatgtaaetent e rdee
1
, dwenei ttuoirpeail :oat:: onneymamitr orid:yorinit.to, di t osbsrotkeani b, ennreohnec isf.reeai:tel smcpa:cuoeps h nner:t haan s. i ntgt:e: nhvc:egte. :
. ham and Mrs.. Kline. Panama be,
came a yearsound. tourist resort
rather.: than the thred.thotith-vi;
, Mrs. Kline lent her,; assitinee
koni senateethaiEenn. ua. si. t.oc' Ittnhfea,e. n4af onn tree. ati )5' tihpreri ne g. ;len. awt. mehr.ee.
. used her knowledge of -thelocal

' ,Whileet ithe hotel, her depart.
ment organized Ind directed, the
Miss Panama ,contest for three
years, so that ,the country would
be represented in tho Miss Uni,
verse contest., Mrs, ,Kline's office
was id 'charge of the' hotel's year.
ly Carnival celebratiods which
enabled tourists and local people
to enjoy Carnival in the Panama.
manner..:Sho was coordinate,
,or and director of the Maid of
'Cotton, Lord and Taylor's Chris.
tian Burdint's altd other
international fashion shows at th?

. ST. PAUL'S
Panama City
,
The Kolghts of St. Paul 'will
make, their monthly Cotporate
Communion at the 9 o'clock Eu.i
charist toznorrow, the Third Sun
day A ter Easter,' at St. P a U l's
Church,: Panaina
-i, Other service for the dai ire
f011OWE
6 cm, Holy Communion.
10:45 Morn.ng Prayer.
'find Church School. ,
Non --, Holy Baptisms. , -,-
7 Vesper Ind, Sriton..
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ciR'.1 si-,,e its f,,.,-.. ...,,: f o u r
, 0 -: years a;1, and is a t, r of
5 Gii all
. the Panama -Soreptimi.,4 ,C i u b.
aggenlE1 Panama. I-ler goodwill tours to part o an international servite
cirec. Colombia with Miss Panama, to organizat:on composed of execu execu1
1 execu1 I
s open Costa Rica, Cuba and Miami tiva and professional 0:netl.
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Serve it to the. family today,:.;
set how they '01 'tot it.
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' t l' Rican tArtil;asilder- ,' ,, DasPodida I Fot,:',,,. s2 ., ', form outside the Taus., ; :,, ,, Clark, librarian, Balboa 'Hi g h ,'Lyons will revicti art interesting Lttt,q.,,...a.........I.7; ..: ,.. : ,i,, 4
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y lain yet; ,prasidant.Elact Fred Gerhartitu,,N ,-',.- ,,,' ,Ilid after galloping a le's'," thilei School; James Lyons,. mstructor 1911 novel by -Rex Beach, yr h e -., v:.
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t t A Amba adbr of-Costa Rica The ordon--Daitons, taorge the lioretripped and Palmer suf.
t - ss L 1 Differs, anti Angoa Matheneys col, fered it head, injurt lir the fall at Dalbos High School; B r o di e Ne'erDoWell"; Burnham will dia.
Burnham,- director of personnel cuss Donald B: Chidsey's 'Rank
' t t 1 alum and Mrs. Jorge oa I . , g;-,
training., Panama Canal and Don ma Passage" -end Musselman Mil ., ,,, ;,., a: .,: , , i t ."'-'---542 64, 1,
, I will tender a.,reception this eve. hosted a farewell party for t h 0 iSoon atter' lie4 abandoned the'
a nickoo truck Musselman, inStructor ,st. Balboa review three successful Broadway . ,,, , ,. ,:g )
from a hospital in Ituleville, Miss.
I , ) .',g at 7:30 at the Embassy resid Fred ,Gertiardts, in 1he Driftwood hersei, and stole , f
t .,,... ;.: .1, i
1, it-,Ce in honor of the President-el. Loonge of the Albrook Officers High Seh001.'' ':-.' if ., ; playa with, settings in Panama.
t 4- of Costa Rica arid Mrs.. Marie Clhb last ,night. ,,.,: ,, , Ile continued, his Jlight .a. few ", ' , They are dThe Buccaneer," 1Pa,.-- make, their monthl lv 1 I ''' '''' .. .' !: .,. i ."') '''' f".
l -q1i, who, are ,on -a Awo,day- '4, .,,, ,,', ,,', ,, -, -. ,,,,, Mores mileg before the truck raa The discuision, Which ..' recentl nania liattie," and Sailok Be. Communion at th Y -;,Corporate ,,, :: , :'.. .:...,..4." ,1
4 Ali visit ,to,Panams. -' .., --4,1k buffet &liner iwatS !erred lo a' Into 'a ditch.'.,&t,frjendly; PArmer lormed the program for, a ,mett ,Wart:'',,',' .,',-.; , ":.' ; ,' :.' ''' ''' 1 rharist to e 9 '''') clt)ck Ell- ".'.T ,,,
morrow,
. , ; -, 0 ...- , large group of their friends and to pulled 'the 'truck- Out; but became ing of the Isthmian Historical So, r,,- ,, : ,- ;'''J ;,'''.';",,,i' da A t the Third Sun.. i, ":.. ''', ..,';' 4-. -. ., I:
; i .' ',' ' t '. ' "' --- add to the merriment, it skit Was suspicious Ind called prison offL elety, covers a variety of novels, 'A discussion period ,..111-, he .Y er Easter,'et St. P a ill's -, 1. ' ' ' ' '.,- ,;,.., ,
, unure !Pa
i ,,s Loolso"Elizaboth Johnson presented, "This is Your!. Life, Clalt :' ,r, .. ., Piers lind their authors. Hackett held after tbe talks,- and 'a bibliO. It. name City,,,, '' ,':: ,:- ,-..- '. 4 "' ''' .' '' -; i'" 1 :
, ., -, . i Other service ' '' ''' '' ''''' '''''''''''''''''. ''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''' ''' '
i -I Marry Lt. Keith Byron Hanlon vred Gerhardt." In true Ralph Ed Offietrs were &pitched to the wil discuss the life and works" graphY of werks of, fiction relat 4 i 11 $ for the daY ire ,'' -- ,,- -'. '' -' ',, ': '' '"' $ '.. 1 '
,.....,r. and Mr, Ir. M. JOhrioft 'of ivard tradition; it the end of the area and ,- determined the truck of Kathleen Moore Knight, who ing to Panama and "Or the Canal '" ; ' : ' '' ''' -,, -- ' '' ..' ''''' ''-,4 .:'. '': .. ''''' s 5" t 4 '
. , 6 cnt, Holy C
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' 3; Solo, announce the engage performance Fred and Betty were was traveling south., They, rsdioed also writes 'under the named of Zone 'will te distributed. All, In, 10:45 . ominufilon. ',' .."... ,;-....', i '.1 ,'1,,, i' .:',. f,-:: ; ; ''' ',1" f::- ''
IR tib of their daughter Louise Ell- pretented gifts from the grotip and Or' a patrolman at Yazoo City to Alan Altos.' Her latest mystery terested persons ere, invited to. a.m.',,,-- Morn.ng Prayr ir-- -4.---"'"'.------.".."."--
, ahrth, to ,I..4: Jig), Keith Byron a novel scrapbook with page head -north while theY tined so tit
,,, novel, published four months ago' attend. ,' .. and Church School, .." '. ', '' -
,,,, , , .: ... , ,,. ,, , Non -,,, Holy Baptisms'. .' . i ' '' ' '''', ' ''! - ) .. '"', !,,.' ',, ,',
I r411, IISN11.. '' ', d at d 'fro h bf Mt tit in an eff t t 1 '''.' . '
.,., , .. , .,, ..,,.,,-.. ,,,,, on e m, ,,eae : ,, 1 este,: or o e ose in on Palmer. 7- ; 1 ..' 'L- ',1 - ; 7 p.thi,.....vespert Ind s '"' '. ,,:,:-,...,,,-..,,J. -1--. ":1-.': i----,' ''..,,,, ', ';',-.: ' ''' ''''' '''-' ''''' ''
! ii.1 1' '' ' '' ' oi "hi 'q' h' dt 'ati h -th it '' hi
.,,,lite Johnson, i graduate er ar t e e -, the northbound
The, atstled truck wa found by
officer on a ,' ' 's -- -----i 0, ., ,.. ::, -,,' ,
leriStobal -High School, Is now et dren, Bob and ',untie,- wig leave bridge 10 milei .. north of ;hero .. '' .,,.. .,,,,, A.,,., el,:,,;t '' -. '''.- '" ,' '' -':, -"' ,-- '.-.'''' .. .".-""m-"1,,..s.,--dme..' ''s.'z a-i-i-misossmsisssisgtemssimesidtamo-," .': ...4. .'''! .' '''''''' t'
',. 'tending Canal Zone Junior College on May 20 for Maracaibo.- Vele. and Palmer wag found hiding in' ' r- -,..--R4,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,k,..
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' And, will graduate in June. ldr. zuela, where they will make their I ,nearby cotton field. , 1. -,:','-'- Ati'. -6. lf,:',,.:',5:''''...s.:',,1.,:-:-...-,-,..--,-"."---.9! -,, ,: '' -:- '' , : c ' ''' ., ,., ...,I, : .; 1
il;anpott, it graduate of Ohio State- uttire tome. --!,-!..., -. ,t,,,:: .,,!: : , z , . .., ,, r- !,,,,-,,"'F
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, ,Tnivessity, it the sett Of Mr.. and ',' x-,..,, ,,.- ,.., ,.. s .. ,.. to 6., ,,. ,...,11 .,,,,:,.. .,,,r, .,, ,A ., , ,, ,, ,,,,, .4 h ...1' 4 !:,'
' NUL H. O. Hanlon of St. Peters. ,-,.
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. borg, Florid and is the executive ,,-. '1 ,.: ., ,,,,,. .. 1 .,, 4,i 4 b t : : I T, .. : i. '''. ' '. '' .. ., ..-,, .. '.1 el vtl....,F0.
',officer of the USS Jasper stationed tin).- Arial Witt'" -'" ''.':','., r'' i
'at Rodman Naval Station ' Visit USA And Canada -,
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, , Mrs Josefitil Arias et Panama .-
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' A'' tat weAidhlg is planned or late left today for vacation in the IL ''' ' ' ' ' ' '. '' ' k 4t."1) la UNN, eSt ..!,. ,. .. ..; :'.. 4 .' , . r V.
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ed her of lee in the kanama -
, suranee butiaing ta handle public
I relations programs for ,ocal and

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. internai,ionat firms. - 1-,1.1i -r-ti ...1,: rI .''': ,' ''', '- : i
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Almember of a well knowa Istb. - , . ,, t ,, ,
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mien family which has made its ,, . '. ,, .,, I 1 I 1 .: ,: :. ; ,.. t ; I
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in .the ball-room of the Tivoli, ,,
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nome in fallaMa tor three genet.. : , -- , i si t
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' Guest House.- ,
..--,, ,- ations, Mrs. Kline studied adver : ; ,; , ,:. ; -,t i :
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with sombreros from many coml. ::-.........:. .....
. .. tising and jdurnalism at N e w -,,, .-- t i i I t :i , : .. ,:::. ,,,,,
York and Columbia Universities, , : ,, i I 1 i ,1 J ,1-,-- p '',. .,,, , ..,
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71,...:,2,,:::::..,::::::.:: ::: tries of South and -Central Ameri, She has worked'.or many years .. ',,, . ,.-1 1,.. -'1 '"'" ""' ,,-; ? ,-. r :,,....--,1:, ,::
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,''".''',"-,..:"::.::'..,;,ii:,,:::,,..1 ea. Guests wore hats which had ,ii. sales and advertising in New .' ., -- : . ,,,,,, :
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:''::::;':'-'''":"; Slides taken Jiy club members
-'-' : ma's foremost hotel she supervis. :::-, . -,,,,---.., i (--- ,,-1., r rT -,,,, ,,-,-, ----7 ..,,- ,,-
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l '1. ',1 .:-: :-.--::::::i.,,,,:-,:,..,.,;::,::'";:::p:4,-", soroptemist'.internationat ':',..".' ::',,', ,,,, : .: ..::::::!,::!:!A:::-:;:.:,:.,:Oii,..':'-,:
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. '', 1,:. 4 :',,:'::,:E.,'.:,It kIis-N::::::::;:-:--,..;s !.:-:.:',..:ON.:M.:'-.;1,:.".,-..-:;.,1."::::,',-:,.,,,L..5 ucho Azcarraga,will play from' 9 ,:::::',,..::-.,,,..,',:.,-.::: : 1 f---N, ril ri -, ,,
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minium, situated yeithin fairly ea.
sy reach of the United States- and :
Canada, the world's largest mar market
ket market for the ore.
The mineral has not been found
' Trinidad or any other o the
islands ot the West Indies, but
deposits in British Guiana have
been worked over a period of as
bout 40 years, and are still one
of the world's, most important
sources of sut fly.
The r oyit.ocis 4st tI
curreme of t auxite Jamaica
' wa) led as the result of an
,,
, &Oa s s kcal !smote collect.'
od at E ,Avannah In 19.3
in the course of a systematic
invostigai on !of tho, varioys soil
types of the eslind py the Agri-.
" cultural Chemistry, Department
"t of the local Department of Aori.'.
7: t- CUltUrek
11. The resel's of subsequent work
tndicated pessibility Of, the ot
turrcnce of tieposite of commercial
rade and tmensiOns and in 19,12,
tinder thn ',..,,merYency (Defense)
,, Acts. of 19.1'40, tht4Jamaican Gov.
-; ornment d, tared all bauxite if!
the cotony'Ito be the property of
the Crown with a view to develop.
roent of the deposits as a war, eA
inergency'. measure-.,
Arradgements were made for
detailed investigation and evelua,
lion- of,, The deeosits, and in 1943
o shipment of 2,500 tons was sent
to the United States for large-scale
tgsting.
,
' It wet could that the ma trial
'' was of eoidewhat different com
- position and properties and
(owor grads than the Guiana
,arie at special .-toch,..
' Stiouos and blant would ke re re-
- re- ovirod to convert it into alums
' be, tho Waldo of aluminum first
reduced in tho production of i ihominum
hominum ihominum metal.
4.; This was, considered impratical
wider the existing conditions, and
Otvelopment ot the deposits had
to Ile postponed. The original vest.
s ing legislation was therefore re..
' pealed. ,, ,, ,
Subsequently -extensive areai,of
bauxitie land were : acquired' by
sobsidiaties of three N. American
' 1111MintIM companies. These weri
iamaica Bauxite Ltd., a Subsis
, diary of Aluminum 'Ads.; of Mon Mon,
, Mon, treat, ,ancit subsidiaries of two' As
rnerican-'1companies,-- Reynolds
' Metals, and the Kaiser Aluminum
anti Chemical Corporation.
Sy 1950 tho proved bauxite re
sources Do the properties own own:
: own: sod or ,controlhot by these throe
companio4 totalled 130,000,000
tons, ,
', Under the Minerals (Vesting)
tar. No. 23 of- 1947, bauxite and
.4.nesrly,all other minerals in Jos
wero again vested In the
4-44,rown'4..nd 10 the same year le le.
. le. ;: rtoption woe 'enacted .,--providing
107 she control' and regulation of
and, for the payment of
relrlities on the minerals extract
,
' nevelohnlent or the deposite was
eventuall0 ',facilitated by financial
..lotql.titYno to two of the ,Comooning
-the V,S,:,Government under' the'
- Aid 'Plan.
The Clodian Company decided
.An-manufacture alumina trom tho
in the coltmy and to erect
4ctorr fol.- this purpose at Kirk;
'Joe. hear the bauxite deposits at
,5notors Rill. in the Parish n of
I, IllAnetiestert end the Milne et the
irtridlYry,was Accordingly clang.
ett to Alumina Jamaica Ltd.
million was commenced, bi
tho company In becembor 1952,
and the first itsloolont ot kr.'
, mina was mono In 1953. Most of
,t tho Mooning is son to the par;
ont companysto, aluminum" ro
thniffots plow lit-Kiffmati In Orli
ColUmbio.
The two American', como'anies
export the bauxite- in the crude;
, semi-dried -Condition to their ,alus
' plants in the United States.
, The first hiPtnent- by the Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds comoalty was made in June
If 1952, and dirt by the Kaiser com
pany was. made during the fol,
' lowitigNyOtt.AbOtit one-third of
'the baux$o ,requirements of tho
Unitert.-States are at present ob..
4,) hafted 'from Jamaica.
During 1956 nearly 3.000.000 long
tons of bauxite valued at nearly
$16.156,000 were-exported from JO,
maicc Production woe estimated

LONDON, April za tb1,3)-- .ia to UV di JARVOAI Willo, ektUi die'll t uv L,Fitai VApviliuLui vot, .....
wheel on an electronic analogue s,,: '
ho,111 tommunion dreakfast mvited to at'-enci. ... center, tne engineers and mathe.
rnaica is fortunate in possessing to 3,100,000 dry tons after maki ,g three bauxite companies in Ja. r
some of tI-e world's largest de. a deduc:Ion corresponding to the maica up te the end of 1956 has Court Sancta Marta, Isgo. 447, of .... .', maticians have put a steering
''''',' pi,,,,t' of bauxite," the ore of alu. 13 per cent of the total world pro been estirnated tO total $59,400,0A the Catholic Daughters of America 1 a
minium, situated 'within fairly ea- elocion .of the ore during that and it .gs expected to reach a ft is aponsoring a corporate commu s',.1, j,.,, .,,,,,,. ss I I 1,"? computer. When they turn the s '' ' '
1...,,! lirl c
,
, sy reach of the United States- and year. -, ,: gure of $160,160,000 this year. nion and breakfast to be held next A I. Ill, lio. ,l, steering wheel, the .computer fig- --.--- ,- --,". ", ,
,
Canada, the world's largest mar. -, The scale ot mining operations The iodustries give direct em. Sunday,. Members gn guees will ft,.,19.1,... yroit . ores out 'how much the car will - k ,,.,- '' : ' ' ''''' ' "' ' AI-- I,-
tet for the ore. .. is beim' repaidly increased and ployment to about 6,000 peopie a.tend "gess and receive lloly coin. Lto,,,i,i,,',,,,J 1111,11 ," ,''''s ro I, yaw, pitch and skid Itt any Vliftt 11 fa..,e. 1,... i
(
The mineral has not been found It is anticipated that by 19ce en.' and wzgges paid in Jamaica in MUniOn in : body at the 7:30 Mass .,:,- given speed. Best of all the torn.; .. s, ;
' in Trinidad or any other o the nuel pro4oction may reach a., 1956 were estimated to amount to at Sacred Heart Chapel, Ancon a 11,.. 01 i
I 1 ,,,,,, puter sends signals to IRMO bttle l- .' 7s '" '' !--, -, ''. ' c ,'" ' .' "' -' - -- ., :- g, i
islands of the West Indies, but bout mug tons. $2.800,000 andother local expendi. and breakfast will follow at the l'a.gali I i Cailitan LI electric motors built into a toy '-, '' ---- .. :"' ': ' '''' - 1 ' ' : v. ' '
: deposits in British Guiana have In addition, the &motel orodite, tures to $6,000,000. Hotel Tivoli. All Catholic women s : , : car. and the-engineers tan see '''-1; .- ,' -'''''- s- ;". '.. .' .. . .'',-', ,'" : ,,' '- --
been worked over a period of a. bon canoei'v of tho Yirkvine silo". ". '.' .s, : and their tceitage daughters are POUND IIDGi, bl,f." A''' 1 26 thi,s toy ear, roll, yaw,-pitcb and
' bout 40 years, and are still one mina plant his been increased In In March 195 i new :agree' invied. The speaker'at the break., (UP)-- A Stamford Co'noPri -,....,,a
of the world's, most important ilearlo $00000 tons 'lee roar' and ment was reached by the Jamai fast will be Miss Marilyn, Flynn was killed instantly' todaytininall ' ' '' "' ' 1 '".""""""...'".1"7.......w'
i sources of sin fly. Aluminii Jamaies Ltd it ty;igii,,g1 can Government end the bauxite- who, is associated with the handi. headon -collision with a car drival.is ,'"77'71'"......''...'n.''"!m!m''.""I''.1""!1.;1..'"''."'"""n"ndll.whill""'"1"1"."m"'"'""""s i''
;. The f'rt eyguence If tI e,oc. gieig,tna ras,,, ,. vo-....,.- $.-: o companies which provided for a canoed program of the Canal Zone en by 'his wife who wag en route - - .-, -- '', s.,. .; ; :' : ,', ,--,,, ; '- s .., -.4 -, ,:, ,.,
curreme of t auxite in Jamaica will -hove' a production capacity considerable looaso in the rate SehOol System. s 1,. '' to meet him,' state poll e re
was o',ta' led as the result of an, of ?0 o00 tons ofr ...., : royalty eresfht bauxite and Reservations may be made un. ed., ; -, , ., ,, ,, , ; ,, ; 2.', ':. -;
; arialr, s tt as koll sample cohost. ,The bauxite-40)044,4.0cent on n In income tal cheroots. - til noon Frhiaybv calling Balboa ; : -. i -, ,,,, , ,.. .. s ,- y,- i
' ed at E 31 .,;avannah in 19.3 Aisgactoot 01.4.04 pbo,,,, 1 000 tri In consequence of this and the 2,2671, 2,1589, 2.1373 .0 Counting ',The accident: oc'eurred : on a .,s,' '.,... .''' ,, T .,,
.,, 11011DA ,,
,,.. ). :,,... straight a:.vay Section of a court. -' : ' ' .,,g,, .1
- ,Irt the coos) of a systematic ., 3.000; teo above Sea level, and projected expansion, Government 3184. : ,, ,,,..: try road in! Westchester County, ..", ' '', ,. -. g: -.- '', ; -, .-' -.. --.,- .e.s ,- ' 1.,-. I' ','
. '
"investigat on !of the...various soil. Pioneer .to have berm- formed it revenue from the industr-y is ex ,, .. -:,-; ----- -. ., .
, about 10 mike from their -Stem. : .., s- ., ...
- iypis of the 4slind by the Agri., the-rot of the ortafelee4 weath, oected to rise from abou' $2,800,- Board Meeting Monday
- :cultural Chemistry, Department .....4
- "A ""4"t ,tonntryl eneytitiooa of 000 during the year 1957.58 to $19.. ,There will be a meeting of the fp!,-,dh hodmeci shortly be.fore 2 cm. -, , ,i! .1 cs,,,... 7' 1 '' '' r ay ,o - -' .J
.. ,...... ...t., .,
.,t q' of tha local Department of Agri. ', a ilintestooe forolat'on tohlet, toy- 600.000 ,ar even to. $15,200.000 in tost,1 Of the Inter.American Wom i
EdwaerdeaPerrar an ,was identified is ,
,,,, colture A : -' ' '', Prq 8,"0 fill., 01'4110 At tho rost the year 1960,61, or to about one- eti' Clubt. CORA Unit, on Monday ,,, ta 4Z
,- SLNew.York. z...1 ..., :.., .: 14"'""c. ...D 'f:'''' .' ' '. ''' i''''''.-'-''''''''"( ''''''
.; :' The resel's ot subsrquent work area,(4,411. square miles. of the quarter or even onethird of the at Club Peadnuarters5th and Me 'awy!!.. lila y e, Dorothy, 37, was ... 1:1, s. roo a:,, -, ,,,i .. .... , ,, .',, ,.. .-, .
,',,, todicated i ,, possibility Of, the .coe isf,-,.. ,i ,.,-,y ,,,,,, ,,- -, ,.1 ,. ,,,s,' conntry's total revenue. : ' lender, All Beard members art P I
am upy, mjured. She. yias listsid 1 '.. ,' --- 4 .)-"' ': .. '''' ''; '." '"'' '' ''''-'' "i .- '-'.
,,:' Coronet of tiepositS of commercial '',- or, r have reean'' ty '- The industry is therefore tin im..iirced to attend. The meeting. will '1:1.
sat isiictory, cendition at a ,,. los
'
. ,
, rade and e'mensiens and in 1942, ,t,eg,n4po,s.,...4.6.8 Ns sni a us, pertant asset, not OM" ta Jskillitt begin ,promp.tly at 4 ;p.m. ,, ., -..-.,-. ;uoillee ssacio. N.tYti, Hospital. .- :. ,
drivm 1 ":' 1, .- '8 ''" ''' ' , ,, 1 .'-'.
i.. vnder the '..-inergetncy (Defense's swoon cos oast 0091 An.. PWS OM NA og itself
s but 'to the West Indlan '' : -',.: ------ : I 's - I Th 4 :PEI P wert g M ' '' .o ,
Acts, of 12,1' 40, th jamaican Goy t.u,t er i.tr.ut,Ati.,,wir6., es hi Fe-."tatiOn as St,whole. I ,,'.1Arts and' Crafts Grouts ,:', ,-- -.2,. a one. ey a I err, a smai .,,..J ', :' ' .,. : ' ' ''': I ' J: '''
British 'ear was heading i 0 u t b si s ':- ---!'
',1 i
ernment d lared all bauxite it! ; wort4 tote ,,,,,s ,d,,,,,, ow.,,,,,,,,,,,,g ., --a the oil industrv of Trinidad, Tho Arts end Crafts Group ot
, o on tO
I be the ro ert of -elrinosiv.Iggps, m i..,:, ., .4, s
0 the c I Y P P Y h It Should serve AO strengthen the the Balboa -Women's ,Club,, w 1 II toward Stamfbrd when it appar. -'s,
mall d th
y crosse e. center line oil
I
'', : 'the Crown with a view t0 develoP 14-yeses at the expended roe rederatibn and to ensure its eco,'. meet Mondev mornini ot 9 a.m. a
rampite 137 and coliided headon with ;'' sg ,,.;.. ','" ,;'. ;', ,, ,.., -.... ...- -.'-,, .- ; . "; : - ,,;',' ''
: Merit of the deposits as. a ware4 ,ef, production. ; .. ,r 0, ;,:- nmic stability and 'independence. the home o Mra. Helen Wentworth lymouth station wagon driven , -, -I ' .', '' 2.- : ' 7' ''''' ''' '''' ''''''''''' '''''''' ;
.' inergency measure.- ,. 1 .' , ,,, s , ,..,, . ; ,,,, ., ... ,s,, , ... ,, ,, ,.. ,, L . ,., , ,
, ., , , , , : by Mrs. Perry..-7 ,,.,,,, ,s . ,. ... .. ..
. , ..,
s Arraagements were made for a -,'Sssosiososssoss-oSsososoo ' .
' A troo er h
p w o reached the .":,',' ... "' ; - ' .. --,,-- -- - :- - :, 7 '' -.;:-. ,-- '-', ''';
detailed investigation and evalua, , , A ,, 7
;lion- of,, The deeosits, and in 1943 '' ' , 4.00--"'"-------"" ' ,.s" -,,,,,,sIs''''''.'" '. '. ', 1, : ...) , ,-
...: 4-.. scene shortly after the accident i ' : ' : ,' ...' ; r-I
'a shipment 'of 2,500 tons was sent 1,111111, -,
411 -;, ''''' ilagmags. ,, , ', , , ., said he found Perry dead; and ". u 0 (-4
'I' 0.0
' to the United States tor large-scale ,' 011111111',, --------,- ', ,11,...100. p.
c,), I 1 h ., ...
" r".1 :. Ile h
hire. Perry numbling incoherently. ,., ., ....' i-'.... .-. --' l-' i
. , , ..
.
said 's e apparently Was un. '' .- .' '-.'- : ..-. -' ", .: 2.-
!testing. ,- ,s -.,,s -,,i : otellite" ,,,,,. ,. ,,,,,,,X,,,,p,,,,, : ,. .. .,., ,.. ,
op.---- A ,,, do i '' aware it' was her husband's car ..'' .' .: :' ''.. ''''' ; ''..'.-' ,'- -,''', '.'''' : ;.' ': '' '' 'Jr' .'.- '--;::: ; '
,
,
,,,.- ,,, sit was !loved' that. the miliarial. , -" .. ; I : I S .. ; ahe had collided with. -'- ' ... i of :..-..-1 .-. -:.' ., -, 2 poi .,..: ,-1-10 ... .. ..., -Ai.' ".' ,,
' '' was of atodewhat different cam. . , ...,
- position and propeities and of .. .,, ,, ,:.,,,::: .,, ,!"..:,,,, A ... .. -, : .-.,,, .., .. ,.-. Both eara Were badly damaged. ',. ',.. ',-. -.,,,' .., ',,,, .,, ,. .., -, -t Duo.',11SC011itt -- - '.....
' rower grade than the Guiana i ,,,,, ,,,r. ,,,.. , ., ,p., ..,..;. ,i l A ,,. -:, . .. ., ,- .,,...,.. . Police were at a loss to explain -, i, t,:. ;,. ;!,' :,', ,'.I ; -'':''- ;I; :'-' 1..-i4-' ' 7' ..-"- ', ', ' ' '-. '' '''''''''' '4' :s' '' '1'
''''. --; ft,res,,:and that special stoch,.. , the accident.' They said it nee. ,. ,, -,.' ,s. "''.''' -.. : ',": :; ; ...; ',..'..'' .. '' -, ,! :".. :g.,.--;! s-; i
.- --- :",.....woosossof'
','''. flioues and slant would Ise re. ' ,,,........,,,-,- ,..
- ovired to convert it into alum., 1 '' '' ' 1 I AT: :
curred on a straight stretch of "- -.-
Al s' road in clear weather.. :'; 0: .-: ',, ,:,.,;. :','' 1-.. ' ..' :4 ." ',. :'..',"'; - ,', ....- : -; .. ;.-,''-,,-;,' -!..- -4
- .,
. -', ' ',..i. --' It

ha, the wild cif aluminum first -Int! rerrys nave tnree entlaren ' ... ,, -.(
Jp,roduced in the production of ,,,,, 1 , LILL two sons and daughter. 7
'fl
,
,
kaminum metal.; '
- Police were unable to, question '- 4 4 I
4.; This west considered impratical ---- , . Mrs. Perry who was under treat- ' a ,
under the existing conditions, and
-. -, ori .. tirtiu nnierr:' ment for shock. t, 1 At
,
,
fl A 4.
-

Otvelopment of the deposits had (
nese are our I tetkAott v Th I
to,be postponed. The original vest :of, , ,
big legislation was therefore re.. , , , Auto Designers Use 1
, , ,
- Subsequently -extensive areas,' of
RETAIL PRICE RETAIL 'RICA AT p
4 ...md1111111 IN PANAMA stonrs PANAMA RADIO AIPVIPlittlilor IA

1 11 lu rui $, mimil 0 I AIL , 1
bauxitie land were acquired ny , ,
1
subsidiaties of three N. American A tr No. 22-06 Centra ve. ,
Aluminum comvanies These were tC I viernr A 01 Ap Art rt ,-- -1 II 111 Alone" ir ammo TAk

CASH SALES ONLY-NO CHANGES OR DEVOLUTIONS ';' 1
v 'WO V ,fto a
mama Bauxite Ltd., a Subsi.. , Z..ful. 70
-
Litt 111 ICII I
diary of Aluminum Ltds., of Mon- '1 ,
1
,
treal, ,andt subsidiaries of two' A 1 ,
, DETROIT (uri 'Pliers and

, 144 OD
"0 tO tWO of the ,comoorit,,s formula for testing his idea ', On w W 1 i
lo ilt it 1,11 Oliwk4
,14,:,0overnmerittilidt thei ''' '' '' ' 1 A. ' ' ' ''' '''''' i3S4'''t iS61 ''' an "electronic brain." .,
't ..
;',', ,,,,,,,Fatini;LA:', MERCED CHURCH "'.....'Ce titre. .-ve,: 9-14 ,..;,. Tel. No .t '2- y'
i r
..
I Aid 'Plan. : ,- ,...; ,,,,.: -. - - .',- : ,, - ' ' At the Ford Company's enti.
1
.,
,
',Indian ., eompany decided neering laboratories,: the? , are - 11 ip "- 164
1 to 11: nil,. iiiril (
ifacture'alumina from the ...,,,..4....,... .,., ,,,;,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.:. .,,, ,,,,,., : ,, : , ,,,, -,,,, --- - "- ----." "i''''''',.7 :-- '' :"trying tint" combinations of 'new
:
,,,., 01410,000..
,
in the colony and to erect . ; ,, : ,, ..-.: J.,
I
7,--for-this purpose at Kirk; ,... .. ; ' ' : -.",- ' ,", '' ''
..ar the bauxite deposits at --'-.- '- : ---;.- ,..' ; ..2 '''i ; 1 '...'.. ., .. ,, ..i : : .. ) .- ';-: : ' ";.- -' ' '"'.' ''' ": ' 1- '' ' ''' : 'I'
1 obAl 101 $,I I '.;,-- sitiVilt0 1 0 1 11 I
,Ii -' ..lie N)it
- 0'1IV
i Rill. in the'. 'Parish ....., of ,.- ,... 1 ; .1 .' -,-. i ': :. .' '. ''. '. '- ,. -.,,,
. ,,-... Q : ''''.a : ....,) Ili '...,,
stet, Ind the nente 'Orthe ''' '''' ,'.- ''.',''':' '... '.' ' -:': '''' '' ' '., : '..,-; ; ". f'': ,1,,4litic",, .. , :
. .. .,
,rir,was Accordingly chant; ,..., ,,, ,':: '.--" ..-,......:.:. ;:....., ..;:....; 4 '1. ..-- :'.' r 7 : : : ''' ''!.' -'4:i::....00. ''11 ' l' ''';'. ''''', 7' '' '..".,2 .t" ''''',".! "-, :!' ; '''' ' ' ' 1 1 0 1 4,,,
lumina Jamaica Ltd. -------- : -., .--.-' -: - ,,,,,,- -: .--;,-. -, ; !, '' 'tile'. ,oro ,
t, ta '
, .. .. , ,....,,-- ,.- 7. i ':, t- -. k 71.
1 W ii1 commenced, ,' by -., 0 -: '' ,,,: ;,-.' :, ,',. ..-,,, .. ., '. 7 r :'::;: .: 2 : .i
nanny in beeember 1952,' , ''''' .' '':. 41111110o
le first Shisopliot of she. '''! ,,,,,. t: ,: ,,,. ''. ' .' i'..:,';' :i ::,.-:. '..'-'., 7,''.:.:.--..,:.':."!":', 7.- ':-...':'' --,:-.,weekend '. '.1: ;-.,,.-'." ,''.. ,i.:.,N.;-,.-,-..,!.;;;.,-,-i -.; 7 .:.: t :::, ',.. ...; '.,'...:. ,,., ,.,..: -,, -
vas mocio to 1953. most of ,. -.,., ,47 ...,, ,., ':.,,. ,... . ..
,;
;mint is seri to the per; ,:'';'--,,,,::,,.:,..,,'s. ..,;,...., .'...''"-a''''-'-'"-n,'''"'"'"- ., "1;1.,,.:. :.,.;::: ..,::;,: ', .. ,'-' ;-; ; '.' :' or ,I,LiCatiOtEl. Z ,,,
'amnany'ro, aluminum' .re-, T,::;..:-..(,, .f :::, .1, 4.. ;i:0,, ..:'.:'. '''' ''' '.. .':':.:.;": ' ' --.. '' n .....::: '.. ' .e".'.,','
;-' ?".14. 1 ; :. ''..-
I adorn et Altimati in Orli ', ': ,,''. --,'''' -, 4 , ,,::::,: --4 ;:,;i: ':;::: ,,,- . ''', : ,, ) :'' ,:' '.": : :,, 1 -.
nimbi. r;,,--, ', ' - l
. ".,- , . , ,
,
wo American ',. comPanies ..-' '' ' - ' ' ''''.- .' ..... ,.
.. ''' -- ,
. .
the bauxite:in the crude; ' .,- c 1:-. ', ," .' , '::: ,,., ii:':' ,ILSW. :'"'::1.:::';',, ''0;',';'0?:''':::::':;: '-''..,,.7., .:;::- :' ::' ' e 1,1 1,,,,-:,,
. 0 ..P U - ... ., I .. .
ied -condition .to their (alu .1, '., -.'---. ',,.. '.,:,-;", 'Z ,,s, ', 7- .' '.''.'.:4:. :' '''. 1 mak::::',--;',0:-:::: : 'i:0:W.:':.:.::::. ,,.' ', :' ::!. !:. '. :' ',..
hints itt -,the- United States.' '- ''' ", : ,-t.-- -'' '- --' '4,51 -.. ....,!,'?.',...:-.:?,-, .: ...:,..:::: ..- -. ,,- ,' "-'''''' :' '' '" -' : 4 . ,. ..
irst shipment- by the Rey,' -'.: 4. ..-..-: ,'i ..., ,,-- .: ,,,,,b.,,,,-,,..-b,- .... ---7, i '-"..,...,.., 'f';', e,:.,:::::z;,,..." : :.:: ::: 4 , : ..., Alt : 1, ,,
. . .
,, .
,., , ... ,
,
',G, : ,,...
., .,- 0 Ca .
,, , .
)plpally was made in June ..., ; r . ,,:
- :
, 1
Id tint by the Kaiser cont -'. --, .... .,:,. ,,,...,.:. :.,-...: :-:::: ''':. .1...- .:-...,,0:: : ,- ',:,... .,,i : .,- ,, ,,,.., NJ I. 4-
.,..0. ,
. 1 i,
, ..,,, ,, 11,1 er. r 1, .. t
,I. t
as,, made 'during the fol !" ''' 'i", ,' --:4;', i7:7::, .',::::,' t' .., .0)9, -,-..-,..-:!...' ',: .: 1 1:H.-.:::: . i .. ,.. ') .., :- , : , ,, ... r,o-, 00 ... t
. ,. ,
yetit,'Abotit-. tine.third ot s''',7',-"';-:',"'";',' ::::::':: "-.-,' 0..V.,:. .:'::.-.:::' '; l' '-:-...:.-:.:4..-,.;''' ',," ''...,t,' (7 ::::'---'',,,. 1 :. ::':::"':':, .. ':', ... .... ii, - : ... ..,.
., .. .,.
',
ixita,..requirements 'of tho ......-,.,., '...,; ;. :;:::;:.:1:.1.4.:;,,:;,),. ...::::::':g.:-.1 ,::.',.:1 :' ... :,., '., ,- y ,.,...,:-.:.,t,..,,...
..,...,,,,,,..,..,., : ., .....,,,::. ., s.,,,,, 4...ii:.;,,,,.:,..J.:.:1.,. : : . :' Ot C .,.' , ,. i.
: :- A?0111
.. '447
, ', ', -, ,, : only .90 Minutes away, ,
States 'are at present ob. '.;; ';':. ..,' k;..:.:.':: ::.i:',:i'::--..0:''. 1-, ''''':::;: :::::.:.':.': ,.. -,:,i, .1" -::.,.., -'.' '-M'I'':'''. 1 ....:.: '':::-';':":-a
'
trom Jamaica.-- t.--., ..,....,-: i.,,,.,,'!.. ;.1 .- N..::''''' '. --)'7. ,,: ;,, 14,'1"'',..., :gil'' k r : : :: .
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g 1956 nearly. 3.000.000 long .'.: -,- ,,,,,,,,,..0. : .....::,::: : .1) I
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bauxite valued at nearly -,' ..,,,' ;-.' 4 ,-, -,, ., :'? ....."1-1.,.,..) : i.::....H : ,: ,...:.., ,: r. , : cr. y , .., .. ...,. Ade your navel, Agent to ay tO plan to, :1 .,,.. ,.. , :,, 4,0, .... ,:, 7, :
900 were' exported from iii ',.... .., '' ' ,:..:.::;',;:l:::4:-::. 0:.::.:,' .: . .:. ,,. --t : .:: : I ''.:7'. ''.: : ,, ; '. -:,' : 1, '''. ..; '! 'spend. tiny One ,al year-honeymoons ist.':.0 ; ,,'. ,. :' '' AT, ..: -' -,1-, .: ;
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nisuke'Xishi yesterday dis.. '' '' i ' t ',' '1 is') '' '', ' '' Includest ,', : . .. .1 - 4, . : i. i
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tba Japanese Diet tparlia - ' f 2S .s" .. gibili : tO e- '.
do prepare for, new, elec. ,.:,', : if ac n .. .. ,...,,...,.... ,.: ., ..,,,,, .,..:, .,: ,.: 7
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lay 22,, -"7"-- 1- .,,f-' --"--I '-': ..,' : ::, ,-... ); ': '.., -.' . oc...toutist-!,as. a hotel.; :, -. ...,:...: il, It, :.
acted (,, before :' ii. Socialist I- -,- ', ... -;,,, .-.,' .'"-: ,j, - k,' '. ';'-'',....': ., ii, ...,,. i,:.i.,.::..-::.:.'....,.:.,,c). ,:.,,,,,,:u: ..n..11,..... trip 'plane,. pessage...... 0 ,; .7,.irst
letention et .EI .:Cdco Air- 0
' of qicr eonfidenee 'in his "',...'":,.': .".7... : ,
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':', Demecratic governinent '.:' ,.. '':. '. .:' ', ' E CRA, FT "the tilidince f Y Yin ct d .. , ..: ...;, .. .. ..-: .,. vi- ': '.''.,;; 'i '. '- t ': .-''. -- -- .. ' ' t - hater : 'I .,-,. .. - :. i.
4, brought to BA vote,' : ': ', i' ...,-- -: : -' ''' and c icp pf, food areyital at this stage of 70ar,beby'ndeveigipmene. ".,....., '.,..'. ' ',C4 .Three :complete thesis daily -, . t
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plough inajority 4ct defeat ,..... ..s, . ; ) TeIROUGHOUT THE -WORLD', dodors end mothtrs itlike i :'". ' ,T,a.r1,1) k
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I avoid the impression, that '' ''.--' -'7,- -;......... ,' --,.: ,, .''? t ' ".. : ,- ' ''
!ialists Were,taking the ini.
I' '-:',. :1 ', .' :, LACIDGEN Is' com4NIETktr to We 11' idomi Ind aafe, : "' ,. .., ,.. : , ,, ;'' ' ,''. SS your Travel:Agent attain special travel p10111 .,-- ... 7 :', ;
n 'forcing i'T general elec. -4.. .... .' ' -; i i' ' 4 1 ,f :,, ,. ';,,,,
y,,,, ..- ,, : ,, ; ,, .. .. 4 ... ..,, . ,.., anti because it s so easy to digest, .lt s of great benefit in Avoiding I :: ,, f, .. :, ,i. lar family' vacations, tours within Costa Rigeiete !,,.. .: ." i........, !, :.. -:: : .i
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f ''''''': 6..o. o';;I'Piiit'IS Days., ;:-.". I : .,:'.; .: 1 .:, .-, 1, ,,,,..
Liberal.. Democrats 'now 1 ", -.' '. ',..,, -. .. 'and eveicorrecting underweight conditions.; ',-. ; , -, :. :,, : ,. ,, .,, ) , :...,,., 1 ,, ....- ,,.,,.. :.: ,s. :- ,;.. L ',' , . s . ..,,...,..,,,,, ... I 4, ,
11' seats bt the 467meinber : ; :. ''" '', ''':: ..-' '-'y :--- -- '' ,, , -'- ,- t ., .. 4.,:. 0 .,. 1 ... ''. '' ,, .,'. '.!' ':".'. : :' '' '''''. : :: :.,
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house.,,,The Socialists hold '-; ,L '. ',-,, n, A mt'xiiami whle cws matt li powdoeform wish sda44 '. .. LEAVE ; PANAMA 0:30 a.m. ,, .-, .., ,. -. ,..... , ,,, ., ,: .. , ..,. ,., -... --.., 'f r :- ,,.. ,' -.,,. ,,',..' : ',4
l Communists 2;- the in., , ',-,-.,,,,, :';'' 'vitamins A and D and iron , -
ents and minor .partlei 2, .-, : ',,,', '-- '-' ' '-' ' ARRIVE SAN JOSS 9:15 a.m. ...,., ,...... .,,, ,
are- vacAnt. ,- .- :-. ,,w You mix it ith lukewarm, belled water-. ."" 4. : 1 '' '' ''
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, and baby'. bal;le l ready I ..?..'- '.- T ',. , : . T :I.,' .,', '.,, 4- ', -r." ' iy, ;,,, 4V. .- ,, t . 'Vex, ,. ':, '
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: or 'Our: Offices : 110 ir , .. 41, A '.,. , i.,istik-E-,,oft-- -pus i rt
Consult your., travel Agent .,. -, ..,.
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ADDRESSES VISITORS '
' ." -- '', .', .,,, ,1- Y.' VO;11041:10'061641 : :''.., 2 ': : i .. 3 ; '',.... :: .... .' ...' '.' '''',.! ::. .:',. ...TEL'. ; 7011 ''''
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CII,yesterday received in '- -... '- "' ,. . ..
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ter's; Basilica Smile 10,000 ':,. ;-,4' '.' : '- ,'' ':-- ''- ,- --. '' ' ) 1 ,,- -' ka .. ,k, ,, ;:.',. .0 --;, '''''' l' . '' ''. .. ..
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., t .4,,,, ..,,..,:... .. ,, . LOStal Kiel .... ., '...::r ,. .,. ,....' '.-- ...
r United States.'lle greeted -. a- I)
",-.'''.- 1 '' '' Only 90 minutes away! ., : r. ,.... .,:, ,. it.to :
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itors, in' five languages.. Et: '14c- ' i '
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iry of the founding of Com. 0 ,, , ,'' , -I. .0.--..,-. .ayag.A1..... ,-,-..'' 7 li .9- of.- 1,4,...0 ,40.0..a400. of.PUI.,......',......0,...,... I C ? .34 t .44 .4 e ,. ......
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' Exchange,. inc., win be .- . .., ,,. : ,... ,,, ,,,, s --'.., : ., .. r :. -', , . ,' -:', justo Arosemena Ave; , "r ',- '. -- .." r"""'"'------- --"
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Fti on Thursday, 'May 1, IkIESTLi (CANADAI,LTD.;Matteet Donmegtteoon, se King Sligo weds, t000kh mad. ... Between 31st., lk r Id St..' ---------
A. ttousselot, president, '
iced 'yesterday, ' '''-- ': '' .--.......,.....-,.., .,....-------i, ..1 :CALL,YOURIRAVEL AGENT;TvuAT, . I ,, 0 41

-.Japanese Diet
Diso Ned New
,
Elections' Called
TOKYO (UP) Prime Minis.,
; ter Nobusuke'Xishi yesterdity diS. I
solved tik, Japanese Diet (petit.
men to prepare tor new, elec.
tions May 22, 4
Xishi acted before Socialist
motion of "bo confidence 'in his
Liberal Demecratic government
could be brought to etVote,
;The? Liberal 'Democrats had a
; large enough majority 40 defeat
, the ihotion easily but a spokes.
Man taid Kishi- dissolved the diet
, first to avoid the impression, that
the Socialists Were taking the ini.
tiative- in forcing general elee
Ikon. te
The Liberal Democrats 'now
, bold 291 seats et the 467.meinber
lower house. The Socialists hold
157; ,the oinirtunists 2; the in.
dependents and minor parties 2,
and 15 are vavint.
POPE 'ADDRESSES VISITORS
'VATiCA.N crry (UP) 14
pe
Pius XII-yesterday received in
St.''Peter's- Bast Smile 10,000
piltrims from, 10 nations, induct.
int the United States.'110 greeted
the visitors in five languages.
, MARItS ANNIVERSARY
,
NEIV.YORIC (UP).The 25th' An Anniversary
niversary Anniversary of the founding of Com Com'
' Com' modity Lichen Aeo, Inc, will be
observed on Thursday, ,May 1,
flare Id A. ttousselot, president,
- 'annotmeed yesterday,

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ijiti:')-rld.P..-...',..-..L.i..;,-.i-.

to tofal 3.600,000 tons, equivalent
to 3,100,000 dry tons after maki
a deduc,lon corresponding to the
13 per cent of the total world pro I
ditc'iOn of the ore during 'that
year.
Tlwt scale 0 minims operations
is beim' repaidly increased and
it is anticioatod that by 1901 an
float orwtoction may roach a.
boot ana.000 tons.
In addition, the annual nroditc,
tion canari'e of the Yirkvine
mina plant his belt increased In
'loath soonon tont ner lobar anti
Alumina Jamaics 1(1. is tvoai'el
teeemoi ORM k t- ot
virtu -have a production cipafity
of 000 tons nfr :
'The h6usite dettobita cell? MI I
Ailo'VE013 plateatt ohm,' 1000 tri
3 000- tePt PbeVe Sea level, and
Inver to have hems formed el
the result of the nrolonge4 weath4
ortoo or.,Ior miry', engt,Iiingig of
a fliPtqtrol format'on saNett env'
Prq 8110' fivp 01,411a Al thoi
ere, (4,4111 sottare miles) of thd
:)
Ors r have re...foist
been Pr",44 1 oft di rvite0 fi 141'
ovootert 04,1 loft altwl Pia okowo AN)
tent or salseut ees.tsuarooe os h.
vorto4 toast' an4 tiro ohorolitrit
IPelelontly.i te to.
1A4 volort tha oxporsdod rata
of production.',
7z4f,,
, Facing', LA', MERCED
wo.,,,tmi,.m.,A06et

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...,,,,-,. .,..,,,,,,,,,:. . 1 6 C.
1 lc or
f ' 5 30'. .. ,
- .,... screwdriver men such as ?Henry .;-, ,, ,-,", ; , ,,, , i
" ; ; i-.. g) 4:oe n Ford asd Charles Kettering onee
, ; '. .,,. , ., , .- "") ,,in7 designed autos and put them to.
, ,..,..
, fm, , '':. gether, but now, engineers at
, ' drafting boards -,' and electronic
1
, "sT''' ; .1 ,' ''' -4 ',. ''. '', '.
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. trains w,tieh can't turn a tap
,,,,,,,,,
, , . . try-out new cars every day.
.
- When an autO engineer ',gets an
,
; ...'lf.:'111), ; Other 'brand's retards at NEW PRICES:', Capita', Cora', ', i .',
idea these days he doesn't dash
, )1k) ''',....N---...v42, 1)ot, Roulette,' CoIumbia, Deem, NI.G.M., Fiesta, Seeco, Mer. down to-the forie shop and start
19 -"shi.; ---- .. eury, Audio-Fidelis, Puthito, Panart, Art.-. ,', 41' , ; ing metal. Putting every ides
, .
, into. metal and running it; a v e r
,
,
, the road would be too time.con.
.
1 turning, too wasteful ond too ex- ft. 1 11 1 4
t 1 ,
,-
I penslye. -,--,' : -"' ''' ,i'-' .... 4. I ,, 1
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'MOM.,
i rr:)' 1( -41''' OW fif lir 4 i 2.11 nDi(2-3 I.,E,)) Cg) Ctii1;1-11')
r-', r-1 -- to.-4 , P-1 Pok r- So lhe engineei ,, goes to' his
company's mathematics Oepart.
OP 'b.
NtrOlula44 Ir tiraf '.. it 1.1 .1
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A.
, ment pries a Ph.D. loose from a
1 Indir'ithm tablo find Ifforki mint mi ,,.. ,, - ;

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The capital expenditure of the'
three bauxite companies in Ja.
maica up te the end of 1956 has
been estimated tO total $,,9,400,0,0
and it expected to reach a ft..
gore of $160,160,000 this year.
The ludustries give direct em.
ployment to about 6,000 peopie
and vit.ges paid in Jamaica in
1956 were esamated to amount to
$2,800,000 andother local expendi.
tures to $6,000,000. -
.1n March 195 new 'agree
ment was reached by the Jamai
can Government end the bauxite bauxite,
, bauxite, companies which provided for a
' Considerable irw tb rate
royalty ores tht bauxite and
In income Ss sharpie.
,In consequenee of this and the
projected expansion, Government
revenue from the industry is ex.
nected to rise from abou' $2.800,-
000 during the year 1957.58 to P4.1
600.000 ,ar even to. $15,200.000 in
the year 1960.61, or to about one.,
quarter or even one.third of the
, coentry's total revenue.
'The industry is therefore he im.
pOrtant aseet, not OM" ta
11 itself. but to the West Indian
Fe'ralion as seywhole. 1
- !' the oil industrv of Trinidad,
It 'Should serve AO strengthen the
rederatien hnd to ensure its eco;
emie stability and independenee.
,
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MAIL
IN PANAMA

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Other 'brands records at NEW PRICES: Capitol, Corsi,
Dot, Roulette,' Columbia, Deem, M.G.M., netts, Seeco, Mer Mercury,
cury, Mercury, Audlo-Fidelis, Puchito, Parotid,

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CHURCH CC nttat Ave. 6-14'

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: WIStv.MOTHEitClIkFT the guidince of your owit doctor..
and cfioicc of food areyital at this stage of 7our,baby'a,deveigpment. e'.
TstROUGHOUT THE VORLI), doctors ind tnothtrs
turn with onnfidence to nourishing, balanced, all-milk
: for bottle feeding requiretnents. t
LACIDGEst IS' coNrENIETstr to use, unitomt and safe,
, and because it isiso ea:sy to digest, it is of great benefit in 'avoiding 4 ,,
,and even' correcting underweight conditions. 4 , ,
A modified whole cows' milk powderlorm with added
';': vitamins A and D and iron. :
, You mix it orith lukewarm, boiled water. '
and baby'. bot;le is ready! : : L
', AA per tiocier ofiit

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Catholic Davghters Will
hole t.ommunion araakfast
Court Sancta Maria, No. 447, of
the Catholic Daughters of America
is sponsoring a corporate commu,
nion and breakfast to be held next
Sunday,. Members and gues's will
&Aced -.ass and receive lloly corn.
munion in : body at the 7..30 Mass
at Sacred Heart Chapel, Ancon
and s breakfast will follow at the
Hotel rvoll. All Catholic women
and their teettage daughters ire
invi'ed. The speaker at the break.,
fast will be Miss Marilyn, Flynn
who, is associated with the handi handicapped
capped handicapped program of the Canal Zone
Seh 041 System. s,
Reservations may IA made un
til noon Friday by calling 'Balboa
2-2671, 2,1589, 2.1373 or Curundtt
3184. - ) ''
Board Maating Monday
,There will be a meeting of the
'Bowl Of the Inter-American "tom
eti'S Club. 'Won Unit, on Monday
at Club P0kinuarters5th and Me
lender., All )3Oard members arti
iitred to attend. The meeting will
begin promptly at 4 p.m.
Arts anal Crafts Grouo 4 4
Tlla Arts and CraPa Group of
the Balboa Women's Club,, will
meet MonAav marabli of a.M.
the bOme of Mrs. Helen Wentworth
'."
moms
)io' r''g-i36A 2-2568
.!,dik,

.0 1
-.- L. Ontintita'
)73 Ancon. All Clob membera are
invited to aVencl.
, wwwff.,..g
vrivi
CET
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POUND RIDGE, N.Y.:. April 26
(UP) A Stamford, Conn., man
was killed instantly .today in a,
teadon collision with a cat driv
en by tis wife whe wag en route i
to meet him,' state police report...!
,
The accident, oecurred oft a
straight away section of court
try road in, Westchester County,
about 10 miles from their Stark
f.ord home, shortly before 2 a.m.
The dead man was identified as
Edward Perryi, 42, a New York
lawyer. wLe, Dorothy, St, was
painfully. injured. She was listed,
satis actory condition at 'a
Mitunt Kisco, 11.Y,' Hospital.
, Police said both were driving
alone. They said Perry's small
British 'ear was heading gnu tb
toward Stamlbrd when it appar
ently crossed the center line oil
route 137 and collided headon with
a Plymouth station wagon driven
by Mrs. Perry.-- ,
A .trooper who ', reached the'
scene 'shortly after the accident
said he found Perry dead; and
Mrs. Perry numbling incoherently.
Ile said she apParently was un.
aware it was her husband's car
ahe had collided with.
Both cars were badly damaged.
Police were at a loss to explain
the accident.' They said it -,oc.
curred on a straight stretch of
road in clear weather.
ThO Perrys have three children
two sons and daughter.
Police were unable to. question
Mrs. Perry who was under treat treatment
ment treatment for shock.
!tido Designers Use
Computers To Put ,,
Your Car To Tesi
HETROIT (UP) 'Pliers and
screwdriver men such as ,Henry
Ford asd Charles Kettering once
designed autos and put them to.
gether, but now, engineers !' at
drafting boards; and electronic
brains which can't turn tap
,igtry-outt) new tors every day.
When an auto enema lets an
idea these days, he doesn't daah
down to the forge shop and start
pouring metal. Putting every ides
into metal and running it, over
, the road would be too time.con.
1 miming, too wasteful ond too ex expenalye.
penalye. expenalye. '
.
So lhe engineer goes to his
company's mathematics Oepart
ment pries a Ph.D. loose from
logailthm table and works Out
fOrMtilit for testing his Idea on
an "electronic brain."
At the Ford Company's engl
neering laboratories,: they are
"trying Out" combinations of new
t
UtIFORGETABLE
weeken
licitioir.
RlINDTRIP
' ';' Obo'd IS Days :'
4 :
LEAVE:PANAMA 9:30
ARRIVE SAN 'JOSS 9:15 cm.
Consult your travel Agent
or 'Our Offices
1
, TEL: ;4011
I. PAA:ArtILIATE
The ;air Bill. which serve!
The ,htert.: et
AMU) Atosemena Ave;
Between $13t. td Ste.

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Iengines, transmissions, cues and
tires that may be in )our car in
1964

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Another Ford computer set-up is
used to figure out how. new sus suspension
pension suspension s3 stems would work on
all types o: roads.
At the General Motors Tech
Center, the engineers and mathe mathematicians
maticians mathematicians have put steering
wheel on an electronic analogue
computer. When they turn the
steering wheal, the computer fig figures
ures figures out how much the car will
ro yaw, pitch' and skid lit any
given speed. Best of all the com computer
puter computer sends signals to some little
electric motors built into a toy
car. and the-engineers tan see
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Michael Todd's "AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS," which.
opens on Thursday, May 1st at the Bella Bista Theatre.1
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and resorted to superlatives to express their sentiments.,The,
New York Times, for etample, call it,"Spectacular entertain--
mentMr. TOdd outdoes the movies with "Around the World
in 10 Days:' The national magazines all joined the praise
parade. Life exclaimed, ,"A remarkable feat of movie-making!"
Time called it, "Extravagant!.. Funny!. Spectacular! Boll-.
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1st Clic Fillies NonWinners 6 Furlongs ,
Purse $650.00 ..Pool Closes 1.:Ou lst RAC E OF THE DOUBLE

1Bathania
t--Dolla Flora
3Hermelina
4Cuquita
5tMi Cautiva
6Doble Fija

2nd Roc Colts Winner Fgs.Puise $50.00- Po

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2Pangal
3M. Pedraza
4Pa lave
5Don Lucho

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3rd. Race 13".. Natives Fgs. Purse 3300.00
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2Chito
3Takeaway
4Doo Brigid
5Soberano
6Ka lain
1Mr. Jack

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H. Gustines
H. Sa las
J. Talavera
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108 Showing improvement
105 --Fractious in debut
110 --Reportedly ready now.
112 --Good effort in debut
105xHas shown nothing ,2
110 ,--Form indicates

2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
B. Aguirre 110 Blazing early speed
F. Alvarez 112 ,Last was dublops
M. Hurley 112 Vastlyimproved
H. Gustines 118 ....Form indicates
B, Baeza 113 be close up

G. Graell 108 Best early speed
S. Alvarez 118 Usually close up
' E. Dario 103 Nothing recently
F. Justiniani 112xCould be upsetter
A. Credidio 103 ...Has strong
J.. Rodriguez 112 'Shou'd beat these
H. Gustines 106 Could get up here

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cause It has just about everytbine. .;.
Among the may stars who appear In:a wide variety of
roles are Marlene Dietrich, Shirley McLane, David Niven, Hobo
ert Newton Fernandel; Noel Coward, Frank Sinatraileatrice
Lillie, Jos 'Grego, Ronald Colman, and that newcOmer to the
American, screen CANTINFLAS (the best brilliant comedian
since Charlie Chaplin, says the critics):' This' star-studded
aural,' no -doubt, induced Good Housekeeping Misvalue to set
aside its pots and pans and cook up one of the nicest poems
of praise, saying, "A FANTASTIC MOVIE,',4' Good HousekeeP HousekeePing
ing HousekeePing gives it not 4 but 40 stars... a picture that,will probably
know no competition for' years to tome e

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4th "G" Natives Nis. Purse $375.00 Peel Closes 2:30
- MAMMA, , ,
1Presidente A. Credidio 102 .Fastest at getaway 15.1
2Julie C. Bovil 108 Rates good chance 3-1
3Bagdad T.' Justiniani 97x --Outclassed here 50,1
4Jipi Japa ', H.- Gustines 113 Should score easily EVEN
5Sideral J. Talavera 110x Seeks repeat victory 32
6Solto B. Baeza 108 Not in best tororn 101.
7San Cristobal 4. Alfaro 107x Nothing recently 5.2
8Don Grau R. Visquez 115 Ran well in last

11:4U Sth Race "C" Natives 7 Fgt. Furs $425.00 Pool Clow 2:30
1Tanara G. Sinchez 10 Was' lamO in last- s- 5-1
- 3.1. 2Lady Edna Visques 115 Last was revealing EVEN
2 J. 3Dr. Bill F. Jlistimani 102x Usually .close up '
5,2 A.' Credidio 115 Always dangerous ; 1. 3-1
3.2 5--Tinela H. Gustines 105 Enjoying best form 41
(.1 0-31arcelita F, Avlarez 110 No. 1, contender 2-1

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- 1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1'rhe Square ...B. Aguirre 115 Hasn't shown much : 50.1
2Mar Bravo F. Hidalgo 113 Returns from layoff 10.1
3Clarucha H. Gustines 113 Will fight it out 2-1
4Atomic Spring E. Alvarez 105 Could surprise 2-1
5Matriculado ,' C. Bovil 108 Dangerous contender ,' 3-1
6Oro Purito ," J. Jimenez 105x disappoints - 5.1
7Lyrical t- H. Ruiz 113 4Form indicates -1'
8Cachafaz B.' Baeza 113 --Not against these ," 10.1
9Picararo G. Rivera 110 --Could get up'now 3.1
10La Generali A- Reyes H. 112 Impressive win last ; 3-1

7th Race 2nd. $eries Imp., 7 Pus. Purse $750.00
' 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1.Embrajada
3,Forever
4Posiblemente
5Jose lit
6Embassy

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- H. Salas'108 Not good enough
R. Vasquez,115 --Cmdd go all the way
G. Rivera 115 Should score easily
H. Gustines 104 Strong race hilast
11; Baeza 10S Dangerous this time
: F. Alvarez 113' --Could be.upsetter

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1Grimilda A. Credidio 11S
2Te'oreo J. Rodriguez 115
3Laneto J. Jimenez 105
4Curale E. Dario 105
SCambriouleur -'11.Gustines 105,
6Nogallno J. Cadogan 115
7Kaa A. Vasquez 115
8Panieus M, Hurley 110
9-0eala Miss Jose Rodr., 108
10Amat 'A.:Heyea R. 105

9th Rocs 3rd Series imp; 7 k FgO. Purse $650.00 Pool Closos litS
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1Bata llon
ZIted Label
3Quickie
4Bacancito'r'-,
5As You Like
8Guadalbanal
8Comatose

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1Cooksmaid li.'rdustines 113 iIlard ta beat heri. gvEN
g...-Blue Zulu ' B. Ilaett 113 i,1-,Early ',speed ;! t;i: : 1(11
3Colmado s A., Reyes R.'.105 4-Chickenhearted ,, 151
4Zumar Rivera 115 -.-1,acks real class , 5.1
5...,,,Goidet, Rocket R., Vasauez 113, fight to finish EVEN
8-1 Forget A. Credidio 112'Zsually gets left : -- EVEN
F. Justiniani 100x J.-Distance handicaps.
8;Golden Corn II It.,Phillips 115 '.Could.wake- uP here

Ilth Race "Ail" Natives 7 .111gs Purse 5500.00 Pool
1,-APache : A.' Crediclio 105 Has late .speed
2Monaco H. Gustines 106 --Gets real test
3Pancho Lopez .L Gongora 120 .-Welght handicaps
41-'-Yosildto Justintant 97 Would pay fat odds
5Janina B. Baeza 1131Should score here
6Linda Susy A. Alfar0 105 --Not good enough

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major rivals jn three.yearold
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this year. Leg injuries bother both.

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1.1 Rodriguez 118 ..May go 'all the ,way 2,1
H. Salaa 108 late' foot 15,11
B. Baeza 115 -;Should- make it Imre, I
C., Bovil 108 ready yet .' i ..o.
11; H.., Gusti.i 115 .--Seeks third straight 5.2
F. Alvarez 115 --Rates pod thanes too 3-1
F. Justiniani 103x --Not against these 25.1
,I G., Sanchez 108 .--Not in top 1orm .. ....;,, 304,
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B. Baeza 113
A. Reyes R. ,' 105
Rivera' 115
R. Visquez 115
F. Alvarez 115
F.'Justiniani '100
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Should be retdred 30-1
Has 'good workouts :,15-1
Jockey, May help .2: 4 1, 20-1
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Completf failure ,'.'30-1
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'2Pingal ; :- Don Lucile
3Ka la le ,,,', Chita
4-41 Jape !" t Ward
SLady Edna Marcanta
6--Lyrical ; hiatriculado
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Eight seventh series imported th-oroughbreds
will fight it out in a five furlong dash for the $1,000
purse plus a beautiful silver trophy in tothrrow's
main event the Republic of Costa Rica Classic.
His Excellency Mario Echandi, president-elect
of-Costa Rica, has been invited to present the tiophy
to the whining owner.

' Golden ltocket, one of the fin, improved Forever.. He will be op.
orites for the $2,000 added, May I posed by Embrujada,, Gramilla,
Labor Day Classic, and ,Cooks Posiblemente, Joselito and Ern..
maid are the probable muttiels co bassy
favorites. Golden Rocket will The seven furlong dash for third
race in an entry with I Forget and series imported throughbreds
will have veteran saddle ace Itu. should be a humdinger. Batallon
ben Vasquez in the saddle. Quickie and As You Like Her are
. Cooksmaid will be rjdden by expected to a three.way battle
youthful Hellodoro Gustines. She royal in this one..., Guadalcanal
is returning frem a lengthy lay., should also be close up at the Jim
tiff but has been turning in good ish. Red Label, Bacancite, Fieltro Fieltroworkouts
workouts Fieltroworkouts and is reportedly ready and Comatose are ethers entered
to wino , in this race. -''
Zumar, which 'will have Gaiter: Unbeaten native lilly:Janina is
ino Rivera in the pilothouse, and scheduled to make-her lirst start
Blue Zulu, which will be ridden as a threeyearold. She has been
by leading jockey Braun Baeza, laid up undergoing treatment for
are probable upsetters., Colmado weak underpinnings. If she is tom..
and the poor'y performing entry pletely recovered, she should be
of Chivilingo and Golden Corn II ab'e to take ot the likes of Ape.
complete the list of entries. 4 che, Monacet Panche,Lopez, Yo.
The secondary attraction, f o'r sikitcr and Linda Susy. ,
second series imported horses, Six other prospective thriller
shapes up as easy trip for the are included on the program.

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The New York Yankees

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NEW,YORK (UP)-- It may be
true that 'everybody loves a win
ter, but. yon can't sell that te
the New York Yankees.
When the Dodgers and Giant
moved west, there was some
speculation that Ole Yankees
might pick up Adme of the NI.,
tional League patronage. It wts
the old theory of it being the only
wheel,. in town and therefore
' would get the Pill. L
But the Yankees art drawing
lets than last. season -- at least
bt their first five games -- and
there is. a feeling now that they
may,- be taldng the rap for an
anti..basebalL ieeling engendered
, by the newest .California gold
' rush.' -. PA ,:)' c 4 ,. ',4
ii The Early season attendance
11,
figure are more than interesting.
They .. toll a dollars and cents
1 ,, story which makes it evident
that, if baseball is business as
. Immo peoplemore than suspicion,
the Dodgers and Giants may
0, have bten oh so right. in packing
' up their troubles, In a 'traveling
, ,.4, , :P. A ,''A ..1,,' ''1

Don't IPUlt 'Stiles 7 ;
Nor Yorkers gas, stream
that the Dodgers -were making
mosey sod thof tan shake a shil
kiss') at ',Walter,' O'Malley for
soms of the. maneuvers he used
in breaking the -,lease,r, But You
caret fault t'he aecountants who
they lay that s'ev4r Yorkers, de
'pito their Planing and emu.
Veining, IIen't roportinif base base'
' base' They still 'lave what many Om.
sider the best team in the inaJor
leagues-lit thy, yankees -- and
the turnst,i10'. tale there is mat.
leilson, when' Hier.. were
three, teams in New 'York,..the
Yankeea os Opening day drew 31i.
1St Thit year,' with the field to

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Sy OSCAR-, PRALRY.,-,
,I1EW 101ir (1,1P).--Juee, Fan
glo is the- Ireatest read racing
driver )n. the world but he doesn't
bare- thence of winning ,the
dianapolle'500 in his May 30 de
but over the 'classic bricks, for,
Mdf chiMpinn Lee Willard pre.
dieted today- ,
.1Vallard't the 1951 winner, haS
' si doubt hilt what Fangio tan
pass bis driver's test and even
qualify among the 13 ears which
will start- the grind on Memorial
Pay. But he iigures the Argentine
rnastevir at cinch to, trail such
veterans as Jimmy Bryan,, Pat
O'Comier, Adger Ward and Jim Jim;
; Jim; soy Reece,
,'No rookie 'has ever 'won this
hi his first Indianapolis' start and
I don't see even the great Fangio
doing it the first time around,"
Wallard inslits. 'He'll find sitting
on that dish lot different than
ruling the roads."
Must Pass Text
Fangio, ',although he is five
time vrorld chanipion of the road
raeeks, tang pass a driver's test
:just like any other Indianapolis
rookie. This means tOmpleting 10
: at 1.15 mlIes per hour,- and
10 laps each' at 120025 end 130
mile per-hour in Avilich his speed
, cannot vary more than one mile
per. tour nither.-Yway Without -41
: speedometer, this means learning
to drive by the gauges.,
, Then, on hi last time-out, eight
veterans of- two oil more 4years
experience at Indianapolis check
his driving' tactics- in -"traffic"
from the observation towera They
compose the final jury on whetk
.er he can tompete, Some of rae raeing's
ing's raeing's best drivers, both American
and foreign,, have been told to
tome beck next year.

',came:: is 'the,, greatest race stand.,

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them,selves, their 'opener drew
23,463a drop oi 8,181.
The Yankees, in their first five
home games this season, drew
81,891 against,119,335 last season.
That's 37,445 fewer customers
than they drew in the first five
home games last season.
Now let's take-a peek at the
bright new California show
dows, You can credit much of it
to the newness of major league
ball on the coast and predict that
it won't last. But..'.,
- Box OffiCo' Gains
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The Dodgers in heir first four
games at Los Angeles have
played tO 206,668 fans. In their
first lour games last year, Brook,
lyn't 'Podgers entertained 53,552.
That's an increase this year of
153,118 and that ain't hay.
The New York Giants of last
season in their first four home
encounters played tir 37,105,. This
season;,in theit fIrst four home
encounters played to 37,105. This
season, in their first four-tilts !n
San Francisco, thiy have put 81,
488 customers into a hat box.
That's an increase of 44,384.
When the Dodgers, in particu,
lar,i'moved,, there was a great
hue and cry about stripping
Brooklyn of its national heritage,
that,. the club belOngedt. to the
fens, 'etc:, etc, tc, Yet,',,,11.1t is
the national ,pasime, the question
arises, at to whether" California
isn't a part of the nation and, del.
serves,the baseball sPlaitrentl
will suppert,ti..,..;",
J.
-The' attendance enuld fad, on
the Coast,- particularly if the
Dodgem, end Giants- play poor
bill. The Coliseum, could 'become
a cOncrete catacombs and the
'Seats Stadium la,,ghostly bandbott.
Rut of' ,the early ireSulta ati the
gate, O'Malley and Horace Stone.
ham appear. to be astute busi
.nesemen, in 'sure:fire' businest

drivtr thWthi,i,world when kit
comes road rat'ing,'..k,'Wallard
lauds;4,4'But the .! varying condi.
tions,, as he proved in 1951, but
he showed hts 4114 and'hiccour.,
age to an even greater extent
just five .days iftet.his Indianip.
ois triumph.
He wail driving down the
don't imagine that Fangio
would fail his driver's test be.
stretch'in a race at Reading, Ps.,
when his 4 machine built into
flames. Lee could have jumped
but the car would have plowed
into the crowded grandstand' or
swerved into the pits. Lee stayed
with the .blazing car until he
passed completely through the'
stretch andcould wheel it safelY 1
into the infield., I
:The burns he sufefred ended 1
his rating career. But today he
is teaching that same sportsman,
ship Is the senior member of the
champiOn highway. safety pro.
gram team which includes Ward,
Reece, Johnny Parsons, Pred
Agabashian, Jimmy Daywalt and'
Bob Yeith. .
oAnother factor,. he hints,. which
probably will weigh against Fan.
gio is the unwillingness of the
foreign driver to believe the
sportsmanship of the American
race drivet.
"Alberto Asi'ari, hit' came
here- In 1952; was one of the best
drivers of all time," Lee ex.
plains.. "He used yire iheelLand
all our fellow, tried to tell him
they wouldn't take the Indianap
olis strain. He wouldn't believe
us. So after 30 hps his wheels
cellapsed and he was out of the
race."
It seems incredible that a man
of Fangio's talents wouldn't be
given a chance at Indianapolis.
But Wallard is adamant in hi

Sy HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The Yan
kees being the only game in town
is remindiul of the biggest steal
in New York since Peter llinuit
slipped the Indians $24 for Man..
hattan Island.
Larry MacPbail most certainly
made the greaest buy in baseball
history when late in 1944, in part.
nership with Del E. Webb and
Dan Topping, he paid the Rol
pert Estate $3 Million for the,
Bombers and their far flunC
chain which included 'real estate
and clubs in Newark, Kansas Ci City,
ty, City, Binghamton and Norfolk. As
Contractor Webb points out, he
could not have built Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium for $3 million. ,
The empire bid been appraised
at $8 million which hoisted the
inheritance tax to the point Where
it bad to be sold. the original in
vestment ot MacPhall, Webb and
Topping was $500,000 each.
Three years MacPhall
took $2 million and a capital gain
and got out. That year, 1947, his
compensation as president a n d
general manager was $250,000. At
that tithe, the Yankees' probably
would have been assessed at $15
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Webb and Topping, who retired
MacPhaire stock peddled Yankee
Stadium for $6 million and grab.
bed a capital gain.,,
Attendance has dropped almost
one million since the plush post postWorld
World postWorld War II, years, but smut,
casting money now runs int,o as,
tronomical figures. Judging by
the price of major league. fran franehises
ehises franehises todaY,, there is no telling
what Yankees would bring
on ln open market. Especially
now that the Bronx is the only
pre colonel baseball ,outlet for 14
milion people.
The Yankees required additiosal
rebuilding when George Weil a
wa nared general manger scc.,
eteding MacPhail. And, when
Weiss decided to get rid of Budky
Harris as manager, ,Webb hrought
in Casey Stengel, I
) Webb had attended' a night'
game in Oakland and, sit chatting
with Stengel into the wee hours.
The ,next morning It 8 o'clock
Webb heard baseballs. being' hit
in the old Everyville park as he
drove by on his way tO a con.
struction job, His curiosity arous aroused'Webb.
ed'Webb. aroused'Webb. went inside to firid &en
gel hitting grounders to an infield
of kids,, one of T41,hom was Billy
Martin., )
",1 decided then," : hi 'ecalls,
'that anYone 57 years' old. ,with
that 'much enthusiasm 'for .base
ball belonged in the-Yankee orga.'
nization," r I
0 In the recruit school in Phoe.
nix in the spring of 1951, Profes Professor
sor Professor Stengel saw two youngster
who' made him- say he'd like,
live and manage longer. Tit y ywere
were ywere Mickey Mantle and Gil Me.
Douglad. r k
."the Yankee wire Off '00 urr
precedented run. .even for them.'
Some peOple and loll! clubs
ilitye an tht luck.,

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TODAY-TOMORROW

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

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HOW TO HIT A HOMER...Mickey Mantle goes to the bat rack, picks up couple of clubs and
looks at the bnss in the dugout Professor Stengel signals for his most-valuable player to swing
for the seats.. Why not? The Switcher hit 52 home runs in 1956. He is headed for a big Year.
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BAT BOYS for the Fort Itobbe Regulars seem to have but one
one thing on their Minds the cake, as they pose for the
photographer during a recent banquet: held for the' PAU
Baseball Champions at Fort Kobbe. Shown here are bat, bovs
Bobbie Garrett and tddie Badger is they are 'pictured with
, the team trophy(U.S. Army'rhotoy

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FANGIO LEAVES FOR RACE
t BUENOS MBES World
auto racing champion Juan Man.,
uel Fangio leaves for Indianap
olis today to begin getting ready
for the Memorial Day 500.mile
speed classic. Fangio said he will
have a medical checkup ,and then
seek's car ba likes before enter4
ing the race officially. ,
AMER CANS WIN, LOSE

.PALMIMO,Ital (UP) re
Grant of Los Angelds and Pout
rranis of Brooklyn, N..,,-won a
tIrstround doubles match in tho
Polernio InternNtiortal tennis tourd
noment Thursday, but Dick Les,
lie of Battle, Creek, Mich., and
his tr,ttner were ,' eliminated.
Grant And Cronis defeated G.
Maize, and George Tocchini of
PR ly; 6.2, 6.4.,1,estie and Emana
ele Cascini of Italy bowed to Or.
100,10 thirotst and Nicola rietran.
gell, 7.5, 6.4,

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35e 20e.
BANDS 45Ir ANGELS
with Clark Gable
Also:
.-rtuscr, AND THE
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But It, ;Doesn't Seein So
1 -. slipped the Indians $24 for Man, i . r-- --
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history when late in 1944, in 1. -'-"----...
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, ner, but you can't sell that te 81,891 against,119,338 last season. tY, Binghamton and Norfolk. As t.t. '---- -,,' ,.1r,,-,-' ,- ' '"&, ''''
the New York Yankees. That's 37,445 fewer customers Ce9ounitdrancolotrhaWyeebbb : ,' &&' '' ,''t , ' s- : 4
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might pick up .anme of the N4, bright nevi! California show ivin, The empire luid been appraised : ' '' '' s ' '''
at $8 million which hoi t d th ,-..'' -,'''',.",- '''.....- ----, , ,,
inheritance tax t thb
tional League patronage. It wit dows,,You can credit much of it
it bad to be sold th heree 't'' -l' s : ''''&21''' ,'-',.','''''''''''.- '''..." ' ,:.,' 1 ..',..;,.1 ,,,' ' -., '
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the old theory of it being the only to the neivness of major league i
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woaisMssooac.P,000haiLeaWchebh and 1.2: s, , ,',, '- : i
'wheel, in town and therefore ball on the coast and predict that
ar wi.n .rit,, lei,on,'t las,t,., But. ,. , :- ,,,.' Topp g
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Setadium for $6 million and grak
acrnall's stock peddled Yankee I
, story which', makes it evident season in. their first fout home Sports Briers '
that,' if baseball is business as encounters tlayed tit 37,105. This ,
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aome peoplemore than suspicion, season. in heir fIrst four home Att nd g ' ...
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- have been -oh so right- in packing season, in their first four- tilts !n FANGIO LEAVES FOR RACE '- The 'orIginal' equiptnent- tire! ''--
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- tit, 'their troubles, In a 'traveling San Francisco, thiy have put 81, ,...,.., ,
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beg.; ,; , '',-. .,',;,- : ,., 489 customers, into a hat box,. casting money now runs int,o as,
,,, tronomical figures. Judging by ' ) t' BUENOS AIRES ItlP).-: World - -
the price of major league. frail- ,e o., '",g '' -
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today,. there Is no telling uel Fangio leaves for Indianap c ; "--,, '' !,- ,
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. - --, - -, ., .. laro moved, there was a great eklisen
what hsi Yankees, would 'bring l t s','! ''i.' '' c '",- .- ,
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'. NeW Yorker gad well 'dream hue and crY about trio on en open market. Especially ,' ",,,
; Pf t., ty.,,kbg,nie N. ,...,-,', ,- ,N for the Memorial Day 500-mlle ', ,.
, that the ;Dodgers .:,were making Brooklyn of its national 'heritage,
I Money and ,tho3t tan 'shake a shil,,, that,: the ., club :belonged., te the now that the Bronx is the only
pro essional baseball ,outlet for 14 ,,, 1. il- ,,. , 4'
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lelagb at ',Walter., O'Malley. for fens,- etc,',.el4, te.; Yet,',-, if it is ,- 4.,,,,.. -, , : seek 'a car. be likes before enter4 ,,. -.-.'',' ',. ',' ". ', .-.',.. '
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1 some of the- maneuvers he, used the national ,pasime. thei question m hnn Fennie , I, ,111.,y
. ,4,,,,,,,. I. ,, 31' V, ,i'., ,,,, ., ing the race officially. . ,, ,.'-' ,,, ,...., ,.:- ,. i ,:,, ', ; f ,:'1,',.?.. ',, :.
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rebuilding when George W e i a a
einan'brt efaakuiintgihteheaelcoueasi!t'arnt:tWhYeesiu ielnie'tegasiptar:tteotwthheithnear'tioenaelinflrndielt ''' ' ' ''' ''' :
they. lay thet slelar Yorker, de. serves', the banebell ,,lt aPPitrentl
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Weiss decided to' get rid ofBudky ---01,- i, i ,'t -,, ,ee, ''
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bspa. .. -!.. .- ,,, 4,1, ,,,,, ,r ..- '-. -The atiendance cOuld fade-. on
.. tIrstround doubles match in .thq .,.. ,,,,,,'',. -;
' They, still "Lai, 'what, many cOn the coast,., particularly '- if the
leagues- in thy; yankoes ...- and bill. The Coliseum, could' become
the. turnstile; tale ,there is amaX. a cencrete ,catacombs and 'the
ing, .,; ,'' ,,, ,,!',', !-- .."'' , 'Seats Stadium la,, ghostly bandbott. , f...,,. r ,, --' :'''''': '
in casey stengei,,- '' ; .:, ,, ,- T.:44 -,,, ,4,, I 'A!' ''''' "dA"' ''' '" '''' '''.
Barrio as manager, Webb brought ' ' ) ,,mt-,,s sOf ?) tl' te ,, ,t, '.
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, !lament Thursday, but Dick Les" '.,' .; -'- i ,
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gaTne in Oakland And, sat chatting '.' , ''., 4 ,"' 1,,,' 4)
with Stengel into the ivee hours.
The next morning at 8 o'clock
nigklt HAT BOYS !Or the Fort Itobbe Regulars seem to haVe but one c 't d e ' .. 2 '' 1
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Ma ggi and George, Tacchini of ; ,.- - ., 4'''''4' ', 1,
, LeSt leiion, whet' there. were Rut off -the early reau'ii tithe
Webb heard baseballs: being' hit one thing on' their Minds -, the cake, as they pose for tile,
.. three' teams in New','York,-.the gate. O'Malley and Horace Stone photographer during a recent banquet: held for the' PAAF 1,-, i ,
Yankeeg oe boning day.drew 31,,'. ham apptitr to -be -astute bust-. in the old Everyville park as he
drove by on his way to a eon. Baseball Champions at Fort Kobbe. Shown here are Psly; 8.2, 8.44,eslie and Emena ,', ' i' ' 1 '
144. Thit year; with the field tol nessmen, in e lure.fire tracheas.
; , y ,, -,- - 4 --' ., -4 struction job, His curiosity alma- ,batbovs elle Caqeini of Italy howed to Or :!' ' i s' ''' ' t ' I.' '' 1 ''''1 1 1
Bobble Garrett and Eddie Badger is they are pictured, with 100,1 i,i i - '''''-'' '"'"' ''' ''''
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re ,...........a,:.......on.,,:.1,;.i F- ,. ,,,.11,,,.1',1...n 4i'..,,,,' 'gel hitting grounders to an infield .' ,,' ..,,t' ; ., ..., l ... ''! S.',Ie,11; 1,..5.' 8' 744' ',.., .., -, ,.. ,..;.:.'. '.:..; ,,' .-1,....''.. 'tiV 1 ti:I.1,;- '"CM.''''?' ."-".:''''' t''''''''' ''''
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. ,NEW :YORE AtIP')-,,,,Juin, Fan lauds"..,,",1But ,, the' .. varying' condi precedented run. 4, .even for them '
- with 11. Montalhin With !Alan,' Ladd' .- ., ,vith, Faith Domrgtie 'With "Marylin Monroe 1, -''.''',. ''''-'-'. ,,,-, It' ; r y I -., ;;,...':
gro is 'Alia. !greatest toad. racing tions,,, as he proved in 1951, but Some people and... !lilt'. clubs : ' '' - - -- ,, , , - - d, ;:, '...'": ,., .. ,
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' litre- thance of. winning ,the In age to an even greater extent , Lt : 'f . ; ; '...::. ..' '''. .,:. '.'7. ,.. . .. 7 7 '.' t ,'.. ,,'' ', 'i .7 i:'' ',. ', !.. ',...7,... '.'7 7:, ': 7; ..:: l'i '14: .: ' 7 t 4 k 1 ,' ,, ,,,, ,, ,' ', .
dianiipellS'500, in his May 30 de, just fivediiya after. his Indianip ....', ... ,. ... ,,.... ., ., .; -,.; 'I, cI ,,-. -'4,-;,--..,..,..,...1.--:!," '!.. .: ':..'',.., ''', "'" .'. .''':.' ': .-. '., ,-,,.. A ',., p.- ,',,, 53;4 ::!,. '0,
' but over ..the Classic bricks, for. oijs ,triumph. L '....., ........' . ..,,,, . L ',. .4; : .',' 4 ... 4 . t (: .i : ''''Z; '. 4 ... .. ''.'!'f it ',';'. :;
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: 111i14 ehiliPiall Lee Willard Pre- ", He ,' wag drivhig down the 411-, 1111CI:CE1 II , ': ,,
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.dioted,,todar.-,-,..,-; ,,.. ,... ,-; :.....-1. dowt. imagine. .. that -.Fangio
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,,pass,,,,,,,d,iver,s, test and even when his -- maehine burit into ,,,,,, ... -, -., ',, -, -, .- -,d' ,.- ,,. 2 ,,, r, ',,, I,., .. ,, , ,,. , ,. ., ".-- '.-,-'- 1, ": 1 --"L'o, 1 ,,, i',' rn,; fit .:.,':,,,1,,f -!,1,, 1',I'-
,. qualify among the '33 ears which flamet. Lee could 'hive jumped ,. o',4,V '1,1 11-2,1.,1244tr11,; '., g,," ' ', ' 'g' .- -".:,, ., ',r,'; :r1: Z": 'C':' i atAAIIA
. will. -start, tile grind. on Memorial but the 'car-dwould have plowed .- .,,-,,,,, -.1,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,',.-114 ;- id 7: A
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,Day But he iigures the 'Argentine into. the crowded grandstand' or :
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-, trasterls at cinch: to trail, such swerved into the pits. Lee stayed .. to Ito, .;,
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. doing it the' first time around," is teaching 'that same sportsman . ,,,. I kki li '''.'' :''
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in that dish. ,s, lot different than champiOn j, highway safety .' pre. 4, V' it,N4 : '.,
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- -r time.. world' chanipion of the road Bob.,Veith. ;", .. : '',,,...7,1, ..
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: "remit, tritlit pass, a driver's test !'Another factor,. he hints,. whieh .. ..,.., ,A," ,,,,,,,, '"t4, 8 .,,,,,1,1- ... IL...T.,. .,,, ., ..
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. 'just like any other Indianapolis probably will weigh against Fan. - 1-0 .i.,-i ,,l," 1? 'o',4v1t)
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. 10 laps eaeh' at' 120,1.'125 'and' 130 sportsmanship of the Amerlean .. ,,,,,;i'.....' ''''' ',..': '',..., s t s, ,.. I:, ,. ,,, ,,,,6
.- your clown -payment ,of a ,new-se at .- ...:-- .- .-
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- mile per-hour in.,which his speed race ,. drivet. -. 't., , ,,' , t.t..,., .el, I t kl .41 I 1,e,r,4 .41.1 0.,f !.; ,- r f N., ,,,:.,:.,...., ,i,,-:;-,.,, ,,,,
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'experience at 'Indianapolis che,ck olis strain." He ,, wouldn't believe ,,' ':''-i if t' ''' it:
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compoie the ,final jury on wheth race." ., "N ... '1 17., ')
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. and foreign,,' have ,been told to given a chance at, Indianapolis. ; ' ,- ' . .. ELI-.
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The Club Allemirs scored a
, il, rnendous success with its outing
i! to San Carlon, last Sunday, Ad,
. tholigh arrangements had ,',. been
fmade ahead of time, the group
had a measure of difficulty acck
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. 11 on the late purchases of tickets
li by a host of the picnickers ,who
1 coimergett on the site of depat.
: 41 turn t to' Iola ,tht anprecendented
,, convoy to the interior. I
',!. Come Sunday, May 4, tbe Ethel
', Social and Sporting Club will be
:1 playing it cool at the beautiful,
spacios and wellappointed Balnea
", rio Balboa in Juannkliait.
1 The popular group td teen-agers
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!i ticktil bays already been put on
it sale. '-' ,, r ,'
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41, ter of William A, Collins, She is
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1 lopping in from Neiv York
iduring tit. wilek was Miss Ed.,
vadney Wattley vtho left hers se..
vitro! years ago to reside per.,
' momently stateside. The popular
Ilass will bo oh the Isthmus for
shout two weeks.
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t Mrs. Evelyn Wason wife of friend
; Frank Wason lad week. Late but
t any many happrretums Evvy.
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iLos Santos last, Friday to,spend
. a brief vacation with relatives w;s
Miss Beverly Stephens. ,. ,'
iToday is "hoop,. hirthday1,1.;
time for', Priestly' ,Shaw ;long'
!: time Kodak employe and one of

1 ox progress on temative matter ..1017LL.J.3;-"1,1 i
moaating au ex us guest's imme.. meson.. Jack wiu De away Lox 11 Horse riding. ii 4,2A dk.11: froom for bitterness or detraction.i.ii.i.,;--45:1,.Y.-.:...:1'.71,"-'""

in Congress will be discussed.. , ., ,, , , j
, ....1.6 tom; Lutit VII I laws concern.
ing remarriage after divorce. ', . , ,,
- t: diately. ; , about two weeks. , ,,,, i ,, For, reservations 'P. 0.,
,, 41 This was due to SOME degree -' ,o-, 4.---;-...,,' We have the right to differ but
FORMED 1 , none of Us has the right', to be , , -,
SOC I E TY
LONDON (UP).,-The first .p d up
ste s tor tive or to throw suspicion ---- European and
''i il on the late purchases of tickets The Balneario Balboa will be the There h e n s
as b e ome spectila. -r
ickets for the 'concert ',, : .:. i , ,,t, ,,4,.. ,4 :
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kers who scene on May 30 of a 'night Pk- Manage" 131111 Inu "t...r e.".1'''. haVe been taken tO fprm a Soviet- upon other lomm tted ,rts tans. bon that the conifovvrgial issues .. ,, , , ,, ,, 1
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,I cogvsrgect ,on the site of depot. n
ic" under the auspices of a nen,- n Arab friendship society. in Mos. ., - - could lead to lengthy debates ., ,
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veiled, and open of the meeting which is scheduled SYMPHONIC!'" ORCHES- ---. -V- - '' 14,-
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0 , a e SerVige -rersonne , .. for such a group packed,a'i large cies of Mir church, Some
the agen ., to end Tuesday.
'i! Come Sunday, May 4, the Edsel Brown, Lloyd Clarke, Phil Walk novernm
... ent Employees' hall Monday night,the radio said.
would deny freedom to the pulpit , ,
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us onv ul ing
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Id m k p rsonal views ' TRA OF NEW YORK oh
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Are eligible to finance' that NEWi EASING THE PAIN i
g lid moral. and ecumenital ,, , , ,...,..,. 1 j , ,. ir
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spacios and wellappointed Balnea ,.. Ions for II flower s ow un r - prawn tit 19111 ,,
FOR RENT.' n' preach the gospel or to. lead la KEOKUK, Iow ( '' C'
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a meter viiolation tickets. Starting son's and L L. Madura
',,,, back to school,picnic foe which- ',The, show is to be held in the tint -4 ) a. ed apartment. It has hot wa- drive a wedge between our teach teachpresets
presets teachpresets
Ma I "meter '
Maids" Judith
, 1st ticktil hive already beet put on l'araiso Gymnasium on Dunday, GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES fli El ing and ruling elders, Could any, Y , . : 45. St and Via Espalli
ter and re gerator a e Harrison and Janet Raybur will
, FINANCE CO.' , 43 ?go. 27 Beilavista, Phone happen to our
thing more tragic
' I ' ' Ma .18.' Prizes will be awarded
1 Sa e. , issue,the tickets to errant motor- s , - I ', -, :, .'
4 o ', No. 43 AUTOMOBILE Row,
for the three best in each division. potion,. City.
2.1957. , , church'?' he asked,
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, :: list is Jean Gittens, grand,daugh 5 pm,. and last until 8 o'clock. t I
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1 ; Frank Wamon
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t. i Loa Santos last, Friday to-spend Popular beauty culturist attended ,, 155 Central Ave. ,., .
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. a brief vacation with relatives was, the weeldy demonstrations .at ,
1, Miss Beverly ,Stephens. ,'. .;.' 7. Summey's Beauty Supply on Aust. ,, ,, ''' '-:. .4' , , , , ,
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4 :ed, tile most valuable of all was have these qualities been- more Kirk Douglas
at her 'salon from nextweek ,' ,. . .'- .,
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':- i of a,-Carthusian monk.' It was 'a Speed Md. strain of 'life have in - '. '' -'' i'PATHS or aLonv, ., - -L.. s- -.) C.) ' C.)
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Please' dial Tel. r3..) ,si.) for prompt attention
government regarding r pie , .
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Jen Chandler ., BUS"-- ,,. -. ....., ..;
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TELEPHON- E 2-0740 ,,,
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FOR RENT Modern Furnish-
est apartment with two bed-,
rooms, livingroom. dining room.'
kitchen,. swain and six closets,
46th Street No. 2-62. For
motion call 1-1423. : -r
FOR RENT -- Furnished apart..
ment well ventilated .2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining, kitchen,
bathroom, front. back' porches.
, U.S.' Army inspected, 45th St.
2-24l. Telephone 3-S351.
FOR RENT -- Furnished apart
ment, Porch, Parlor-Diningroom,s
Bedroom, Kitchen, Gara go, L
Tiled. Screened, $55.00. Apply
No. 112 Via Belisario Parra,
near Roosevelt Theater.
' ooms
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FOR RENT Beautifully 'fur 'furbished
bished 'furbished housekeeping room. dou double
ble double couch. refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
bath, and entrance independent.
, No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3..
LECTURE DISMISSED
GRIMSBY, England (UP) A
beauty lecture attended by 600
women broke up in chaos Monday
when a mouse ran across the
floor in the Grimsby Town Hall.
The mouse got away.
trel the host esmerkmen hereaboutl
'May you live until you disel
Priestly!
Off to Trinidad and the Weit
Indies Federation was Jack Ja
mieson.. Jack will be away f9r
aloont two weeks. t
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The Balneario Balboa will be the
scene on May 30 of a 'night pie
nicle under the auspices of a nelv nelvlysrganized
lysrganized nelvlysrganized group comprised nf
Rudolph Flenimings, Eustace
James, Carol Re wit t, Frank
Brown, Lloyd Clarke, Phil Walk
er and Mateo Mussa. )
lans 4or I flower show under
the sponsorship of the Pacific F..
vergreen Garden Club were an
nounced this 'week by the group.
',The, show is to be held in the
Ilaraiso Gymnasium on Dunday,
May 18.' Prizes will be awarded
for the three best in each division.
The event is slated to begin )tt
5 p.m.. and last until 8 o'clock
Last 'Thursday,' Jimmy AUL
ender was congratulated by his
many friends on the occasion
JO the birthday anniversary. An
event the popular Jimmy took
in stride. j
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Mrs. Lillian Dudleyo, poputar
hair stylist returned to-the Isth
mus after being in the Big Ckty
for a long time.
While, stateside Mrs. Dudley it ittended
tended ittended the National Beauticians
Convention held in New York City.
At the convention a demonstration
of the latest advancement In the
field was given. In addition the
popular beauty culturist attended
the weekly demonstrations .at
Summey's Beauty Supply on And,.
ecdean Ave, and at the Terresa
Hotel on 7th Ave. New York City.
She also visited litishington, -C.
C., and was the guest of Mr. and
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rsuay nig.m, iproposai. from seven)! Miss's,. -1 wANTED ... Good home for RHandolph Scott !ri. ','
, wee goon, new varry a aliTOMB lic, ivi o
ii 6 received until 10:30 ''..
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- Ale drive. Phone Balboa 2506 'a m .' May 2 1958 in the office with the
openea we session 'Lau
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commission, tions ,Division of the Board of ma..' '" Yea'. (1.-. "I" tea- ',in Megescope Is' Color!
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AiNtArGS ' ' ilranchPelluanibeona,sfnsi:transliterZurts; Elliott told thb 417
differing
enable. Navy 3169.
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tersesand Cburch Extension. ,,
- starter ears; tMhli 1411 sera z:epresenting presbyter,
I'D Arowly , ,, -Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE, ,:tts: Pirtisa580 0
, buskins.. Anoka ynods in 16.states tha p, by,. ,., , , ,,. ... , , ., ,,,
b terians certamly have the right to They also seek rescinding of s M t
hold o sin views on ecclesi sti eelmbl '' ee ings ,, - -.
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superin... P14 g a ; Y PP oval, anted earlier,
BY TOM 5 mins. trom the heart of tained from office of, cal matters and on controversial to statements by the division. Local 907 AFSCME '. Irir-r -Ely -
, ,, , ? tendent. Storehouse Branch, Bak s
soelal IsSnet :-- The statements present viewpoints AFL-CIO Will Meet : '' I ' I n 1 '
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LEAVE TOM AD WITH ONE OP OUR AGMS Olt OUR ornm AT IS-3? dir norm PANAMA LIBRESIA PRECIADOS Street No. IS AGENCIAS
INTERNAL, DE PUBLICACIONFSNo 11 Lottery Plaza CASA 7ALDO--Ceetrol Ave 45 LOURDES PHARMACY...18S Lo Carrasoutila FARMACLI LOM.
FARMACIA LUX-1114 Central AVVIIA.
BARDONe 11I" Street ap MORRISON-4th of July Ave. & ?IL LEWIS SERVICEAve Tivoli No. 4 PARMACIA LTIADOS UNIDOS-14S Central Ave
VAN-DER-J1S-51 Steed No. SS PARMAVIA nneutototan Lot 11Moot
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-4. re. do la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMYitetto Arogentena A V. anft 33 St FARMAC1
rim MO
Dm Rolla Vista COLONt Coatral Avenue 13365 TaL 433
PARMACIA .sAr Pone III MOVEDADES ATHIS .,, Beside

IAutomobiles I Miscellaneous 1
FOR SALE 1958 Corvette, "Sealed bids will be accepted by
emovable hardtop. radio, four the Navy Exchange Officer, Na Na-
- Na- speed transmission. twin carbure- val Station, Rodman, Canal Zone
, ters,,also 1954 Oldsmobile, 98 s for the sale of 4 vehicles. The
series. convertible, ratio. by- vehicles may be inspected at the
- dramatic, o.ther extras., Phone Rodman Public Works Motor
Coco Sole 575 for information.' : Pool, building No. 614 between
the hours of 9:00 a.m. through
FOR SALE -- Powerful Chrys. 1:00 daily Mondays
ler 300-8, a $5800.00 beauti- through Fridays. Bids will be
ful black car for $1500.00 opened 10:00 a.m.'en 11 May
Also selling 1948 Buick Road- 1958. Bid forms may be ob.
masterconvertible for S200.00. tained at the Navy Exchange
Phone Balboa 6-355., Office, building No. 24.' Red-
FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet 4 ,mr, Canal Zan F" fu"hat
'door sedan, 8700 miles, like Inrnematinn Piaui all' Nan'
nEw Phan& 21-1216 3389 or 1490." s

FOR SALE -- 1957 Chevrolet 4
'door sedan, 8700 miles, like
' new. Phone 83-3116.
FOR SALE 1954 Mercury
Hard Top,, wsw.,radio, 111411,4
matic good condition. $1.150.
Phone Balboa 2-3676. t
FOR SALE 4-- '56 Ford 6-pass
Country sedan, 720-11. Balboa -',
after 3 p.m.
FOR SALE 1952 Hudson
Illwnet 4-door, fair condition.
300.09. 1951 Buick super
door, very clean, low mileage
:'' $500.00. Call Albrook 7241.
FOR SALE 1955 Plymouth
fordor Savoy,- god condition,
tires, good, new' batty x automa automatic
tic automatic drive. Phone Balboa 2506
ifter p.m
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
5 mins. trom the heart et
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modem conveniences in
Suites and Bungalows. ell with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: Se and NI daily,
.
with meals. '
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse riding.
Fort reservations 'P. O.,
' Box 4459 '41
Manager: Bill and Eimer Jaspers
Service Personnel
.4
overnment Employees'
Are eligible' to finance' that NEVii
or USED Car or Borrow 'on your
present' through
writ or,o'" AgetiCy1J7) 511, 5 i
DICk DEIILINGER ,i
- representing -4
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO:
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-4984-441185 '
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for
35 nun' Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50 ',,
more for your Dollar.
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International jetvelry
155 Central ave.
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' LIFE INSURANCE
tall
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
,SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
' April 26
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
Mrs. Aubrey Robertson. :
Mrs.', Dudley will resume work
at her 'salon from next week. ;
Action on the part of the Canal
Zone government regarding pie
commutation of the Lester Leon
Greaves 50yeat sentence, was ex
pected momentarily. ;'
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Time and patience are indeed
important factors in.these mat.
t.
'',Thought.For Today:,He wh
cities 'a case without hearing. the
other side though he decides Just Justly.
ly. Justly. cannot be considered just. Se.
nega.

FOR SALE Baby Grand Bald
' win piano in first class condi
Non. A naw Baldwin atrosonic,,
Tune and repair all kind of pia
' nos by the most oxpett Piantb'
tuner. L F. Garcia, 34 Street.
Crossing Lux Theator. Phone 3
4947, 3-0672-

Now at the Auto Bak Drivo
Inn's 50th St. and Transisth Transisth.
. Transisth. mien, delicious FROZER Frozen- i
Custard Ice Cream.
- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
' SALE
Sealed bids,. for opening in pub.:,
lic, will be received until 10:30
'a.m.; May 2, 1958, in the office
2 of Superintendent, Storehouse
- Branch, Balboa, for transformers:
starter parts; transmission sysi
'tam Parts and bushings;
'lion No. S-58-404 may tie oh- :
tained from office of, Superinft
tendent, Storehouse Branch, Bak
- boa, telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE -- Registered hexer
puppies. Phone Navy 3732.,
FOR SALE Maytag Washing
Machine 25 cycle, wringer type.
Phone P.C. 4-434 of se at
2623A Coco
SOCIETY FORMED
4: LONDON (1.TP).--The first steps
have been taken to form a Soviet SovietArab
Arab SovietArab friendship society. in Mos.
cow, Radio Moscow reported to today.
day. today. An organizational Imeeting
for such a group packed,c large
hall Monday night, the radio said.
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- TOR RENT'
t'
Beautiful 2 bedroom furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. It has hot wa water
ter water and refrigerator,--Calle
43 No. 27, Bellavista. Phone
FAlmnmonommoulmitioniumisminisli
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GOOD OPPORTLINITY

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FOR SALE:Because of

FOR SALE:--' Because- of unexpected trip -- Brim!

new; imported furniture, classic French style: living
room,- dining iocm, bed rooms. Other' furniture;
household articles.---Lincoln Premiers 4-door Landau
''' 1957 with air-oonditioning--Tel. 3-6728 (Panama).

-SERVICE CENTER THEATERS-,

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Home Articles

FOR SALE Bamboo living.
room mit. painter white. All for
$175.00. Tot. 3-1647.
FOR SALE Twin size youth
bed, blond maple, bookcase
headboard, now condition. Phone
, S31216.
FOR SALE Furniture for 1
mons Apt. stove, refrig., and
household items. $225. Duty
- hours, Corosal 4147.

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Racial, Seciregatic)11 Proposals

amomoin 0
-CHARLDTTE (UP) Commis,.
sioners to. the 98th general as
semb y of the Southern Presby',.
terian Church, faced with serious
racial segregation proposals,' got
down to work today with a call
for Christian fellowship ringing in
their ears.
The Rev' William' Elliot Jr. of
Dallas, Tex.,. retiring moderator
of the Presbyterian Church U.S.,
opened the session Thursday night
with the can tor fellowship despite
differing opinions. :
Elliott told thb 417 commission
ers representing presbyteries and
synods in 18 states that "presby
terians certainly have the right to
hold opposing views on ecclesiasti
cal matters and on controversial
social issues. -r
"They have the right to differ
and debate even to argue so
long as they do so in mutual
respect, consideration and good
will. There s room within the
Christian fellowship for a differ;
ence of opinion but there is no
room for bitterness or detraction,
We have the right to differ but
none of has the right, to be
disruptive or to throw suspicion
upon other lommitted Christians."
He ,said, "There have. been
veiled, and open threats against
the agencies of Or church, Some
would deny freedom to the pulpit
and, would make personal views
on social,. moral and ecumenital
issues a test of a man's fitness to
preach the gospel or to. lead ,a
congregation.
"Some would, if .theri Coultl,
drive a wedge between our teach teaching
ing teaching and ruling elders, Could any,
thing more tragic happen to our
church'?' he asked, '
The opening session saw the
unexpected trip -- Brand
21)0 5.05 -;-' 8:10
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DIABLO 1:311 & 1:00
Glenn Ford Van Heflin
, Felicia Farr
"3:16 TO YUMA"
Cinema Scope & Color!
GAMBOA t:00
Joanne Woodward
Tony Randal
"NO DOWN PAYMENT".
(Regalseopell
GATUN 2:80 7:00
Clark Gable
it'stonne De Carlo
"SAND OF ANGELS"
in Cinema Scope & Color
MARGARITA
1:30 CIS 8:05
Klrk Douglas
Adolph Menjou
"PATHS OP OLORTM
CAMP BIERD
CIS At CM
Dan Daily
Jane Mansfield
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BOots C7 Motors
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FOR SALE -- 712 horse power
Eight boat Riotor like now. $-
100.00. Qtrs 317B Albrook 116.,
7187, Uribe. 4
REAL GONE PCTURE ).
KINGSPOItT, Tenn. (UP) It
wasn't technical trouble that
caused Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waller's
TV screen to go blank suddenly'.
When Wal)er went outside t to
check the antenna, he found
4orneone had stolen it.

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...mown
election of Charlotte 'layman Phil.
lip F. flowerton to succeed EL
liott as moderator., Howerton, an
insurance executive and the son
of a former moderator, defeated
the Rev. Jathes Fowler of Chatta.
nooga,, Tenn., 298184, for the post.
The racial issue expected to
reach the assembly floor next
week in the orm of overtures
(proposals) from seven)! Missis.
sippi Presbyteries which seek the
abolition of. the Christian t Bela.
tions ,Division of the Board of
Church Extension.
They also seek rescinding of its
Selmbly approval, granted earlier,
to statements by the division.
The statements present viewpoints
supporting the Stipreme Court's
integration decisicm and have been
attacked by several presbyteries.
, Another controversial matter.
expected to come ,up later on, Is
the report of an interim commit committee
tee committee which will recommend liber liberalizing
alizing liberalizing the'church's laws concern concerning
ing concerning remarriage after divorce.
There has been some spectila.
tion that the controversial issues
could lead to lengthy ,debates
which might force the extension
of the meeting which is scheduled
to end Tuesday.
EASING THE PAIN
KEOKUK, Iowa (UP) Citx
councillors have decided to ease
the "agony" of receiving parking
meter viiolation tickets. Starting
May I, "meter Maids" 'Judith
Harrison and Janet Raybur
issue,the tickets to errant motor motorists.
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:,partments w' closed from Mo. lid' 28,
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::Thursday tie open Friday May'
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: PARTS & SERVICE
' MOTORES COLOAtil
(THE.: AUTOMOBILE SALES ANfi
, I DtPARTMENTS'1VILL 'BE. OPEN. AS USUAL)

With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special

THiS SPACE
FOR INFORMATION

Miscellaneous
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYAIOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
110X 1211 CRISTOBAL.
' Need Money?? IS MINUTES CAII
LOANS. Contact Arias or Town
'hood, "Q" Street No. 12-117
near Olymok Stadium. Tel 2-
2628, ?linen
0El
IDomestic Emptoymen. I
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Wonted EXPERIENCED NURSE-
, MAID two children. Must lies
in. References required. Apply
afternoons Mr. Steiner co Mar.
' cello SO. corner' Von-,
, scuttle Avenue. Bella VistcTelt
3-7116. :
WANTED -- Experienced cook.
, Must have r recommendations
and healthcard. Phone 3-3136.
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WANTED Diesel engine SO
to 100 Is.p., marine or station.
ary. Phone, Door, 3-7086., Via '-
EspaAa No. 54, Ant. 6 upstairs.
' WANTED 1952-43 Milman
4-door sedan. Canal, Zone ear.
Curundo. Phone 2244.
WANTED Coed home for
registered boxer dog. Small, fe-
male, 212 years old. Very rea
enable. Navy 3169.
- Meetings
Local 907 AFSCME ,,
AFL-C10 Will Moot
, Local tr AFSCME.,
invites aft members to it's regular
meeting to be held Monday id U,
nion headouarters at 4:30 p.m. Co
tinued preparation for the election,
scheduled for May 11 and revort
ofprogress on legislative matter
in Congress will be discussed.
Tickets for the 'concert
of the., PHILARNIONIC
SYMPHONICI- ORCHES ORCHESTRA
TRA ORCHESTRA OF NEW YORK on
the 29th :of, April ari
now on sale at:Nlorr14'
son's and L.. Madur
:Jr., S. A..
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TELEPHONE 2-0743

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. WANTED -'-- Dependable radio
, repair technician, steady work,
good pay. Apollo in person -- at
Itatelte 011ar, 7 71-.1-Street, aft after
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905'. ;s
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for your TN. i
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a plus no pick-
lk,('cltargos. hon.
IVICE. ', Ability.
tomer tatialat-
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34minuts car wash $1. steam
$ cleaning of motor $5. waxing et
cars S6. Autg-lallo. Trans-Isth;
mime Highway sear Sears.
TELEVISION SERVICE tree
Transportation. April StiociaL
Same day Sorties.' Crawford A.
gencies Corp. Tivoli Avo.'; Ns.
Tal, 2-190r.
TY. SET OWNERS. Avail your your'
' your' self of tho best for yoga TN.
:U.S. TELEVISION oilers factory
trained technician plus no pick picksop
sop picksop and delivory 'charges. Phan.
Panama 3-7607.
TELEVISION SERVICE.
honestY, and customer flotilla&
Nen. NO SERVICI CHARGE this'
month only. FREE ISTIMAT
'before repairs, Ask for MISTER 1,
TV, Phone Panama 23142.,-
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ABOARD TUE FAMILY BOAT the new frozen "Around the, i
World", entrees tan be prepared In a few minutes.:..---

, By GAYNOR MAr)DOX
NEA Fool! Editor s
AT ,the recenV National Boat
Show in the New York Coliseum,
we learned' that about 35,000 men,
women and children spent part of
their time on private pleasure
boats last year.. Certainly, boating
has become one of the nation's
top lanely sports. ',,
l The galleys Oninost nt the faint
4tly. boats are maryels of compact compactness
ness compactness Women who feed their faint faintilies
ilies faintilies at home 'well need not sacri sacrilice
lice sacrilice their food standards aboard.
There are,, coarse, limitations
in space and clever menu planning
is impbrtant.- Many 'of the -larger,
I.boats have freezers Almost all
boats with galleys have an ice
chest or, a' place to keep a porta porta1
1 porta1 ble ice ,earrier. Frozen foods and
prepared Mixest M'ake storin g'
much simpler. 3i
1- No need for the l'shtp's cook", to
bd,' a galley slave. Even elaborate
recipes from foreign countries can
be Served aboard in a matter of
'1 minutes. There a group bf
$ "round the world dining'', precook.
ed, frozen entrees packed In
1 vidual portions in a revolutionary
transparent pack that can be
; and be '',reatlY to pip open and

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By, BEIkAll'ITOWE
t 'Many women fail to get a 'square
- deal in the retirement years.,Ilere
are five ways in which wives and
,4.'ividowi' are still being made the
,.'..trictims of i man's wrold:
r 1. Itany-t, annuities purchased
t from insurance companies proyide
for monthly payment only as
long as the husband, as the annul
( tant; lives.' When be d)es
, dow is left without the trionthly
t stipend ;-which she ihas Come to
' -count on. (Wives, When your bus bus'
' bus' band buys an annuity, make sure
,? ft provides for' you', too, alter his
tdeathl '
2Many pension plans sponsored
by torporations operate the same
WRY. Payments stop when the bus bus.
. bus. :band, as a former employe of the
company dies.' (Wives, check up
'on your husband's pension' plan
at bis place of business. In come
t ;cases be can accept. a part-pen;
sion, instead of full Pension, when
,ge retires, with the provision that
;payments continue to -his widow.
,should he die first)
', S. If a wage-earning husband
,
and a homemaking Wife are di di'vorced,
'vorced, di'vorced, regardless of cause, the
wife loses all claim to her share
lof her httsband's SocialSecurity
after retirement, Only exception
to this occurs when the divorced
Iwife has in her care a minor child
who is entitled to payments from
:the insured father. ,(Wives, write
your,vongressmen. devoted
your working years to keeping
house for yourliusband; you should
be entitled to your one-lialf of his
; Social Security payment after 62.)
4.. When a man retires from his
;" job, a wife can't retire from her
housework. Her husband has done
Ails stint of working. Aind he's
through. She's done her stint MI
dishwashing, but she's tot through
and she never will be. (Wives, pre prepare
pare prepare for your coin retirement by
, mapping out a life where house house,
, house, keeping is easier or ,your husband
' .is more helpful.)
- 5. Some husbands seem to be
, stubborn about making WilIN if
: a man dies without a will, it often
:takes his wife a year or more
to settle the estate. Added to th;s,
',In some states, their children in
herit two-thirds of his vite
' large or smalland Ills ,widow
'4eives one-third. IT, nlesg the, child children
ren children waive claims to their share.
Abe widow is left with a fraction
'of the money she h&c,' her, hiv hiv',band
',band hiv',band earn and save. (Wiveg, con
.,sultJin attorney Younelf and have
a will for your hutband drawn
,un. before you let this happen to
' you. )

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iNVO married children
'mat me to come and live with
, them. am Is video,. Mime home
vslued at about $35,n00. It 'is too
bigt for ine to live in olone,, and
it is expensive to meinfein. belie
'sn income of nbouf $63 mont7,
-from Social Seettrity end ftivi
..fleistie- from.. tstnette.,.
both live in Mlle hundreds
mtlati nwpv trnm
' the elocnst is 4400 miles fre,-
TnE, l'rllat ,,,o,14 you advise T"
to do9"--A M S.,
AAll "good" children think

serve in 12 minutes. No pot to wash
and the water in which the bags
are heated can be used to wash
the dishes --an important Consid Consideration
eration Consideration on board where water is
at a 'premium. ,The entrees in include:
clude: include: Beef Goulash with noodles;
Meat Patty Bavaria;' Swedish
Brand Meat, Balls with Herb
Cream Sauce and Lentil Soup with
Frankfurters. Also Beef in R e d
Wine Sauce (Bourguignonney, Dak.
ed Haddock Filet BonneFemme;
Chicken Cacciatore and e a I
Scaloppini. Each guest can make
his choice and all can be 'cooked
in the dame pot. s,
Here-are a few suggestions for
seagoing de luke meals 'without
confusion 8,0 'frustration, using
the new precooked frozen entrees.
All that is needed for the entree
ark a pot of bo4ing Water and' a
pair of shears' to Snip' .open the
packet after it is heated.
, 1; Chicken Cacciatore,' kminute
pre.cooked' rice, celery, fresh truit
Gorgonzola cheese, crackers. d
' 2. Consomme; beef Bourguignon..,
ne, hot garlic bread, canned green
beans. whole fruit, cookies.
,3, Baked haddock filet t. Bonne
Femme, canned isparagds with
lernMOn hatter, Canned ) potato
balls, cri'sp rolls,. raw carrot sticks,
brie cheese with water biscuits.,

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they "ought"' to ask' a widowed
mother to live with them. ,Have
a try at your own salvation tist
Why not sell the house and invest
that $35.000 at 4 kr cent With
atiother.$1,400 a year in dividends
you could rent a small apartment
In your town and then sublet it
while you go to visit your children.
People like, you have found that
indFpendenqe, -too, has value.

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For,Pirl Reporter!

,CIIAPEL HILL, N.. G
Gay Pau ley, women's editor of
United Press, believes the. "sky
is the limit' tor the girl reporter'
in the newspaper world these days.
Speaking'at the fifth annual In.,
stitute of North Carolina Press
Woman, Miss ...Paulo', said woman
are "as well -equiPped, or even
better, than men for reporting"
but there seems little 1 likelihood
that they will replace men in
execuive positions OR liewspatier.
Miss 'Pauley listed five reasons
why women make good reporters:
'"First, we women lust naturally
are storyjellersaossips, the, men
say."
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"Secondly, nature endowed we,.
men with attention to details --:-
something men usually lack."
"Thirdly, we are born nosey."
wide.eyed anproach to
things. My own thinking is that
men sometimes get jaded,
lous." ,
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"Fifth quality, tn. our, favor IS
stubbornness."
Miss Pauloi sild women report
ers are expanding their field more
and more from the bounds of the
society page.

mAt United Press, foi instance,
she said, "the women's depart departrnent
rnent departrnent is turned loose on the big
ones, when there's a good feint
nine slant. lt hasn't always beea
so," , , 4
She said publishers were recog recognizing
nizing recognizing increasisgly the "Leader:
ship pull" of women's pages and
'they soon may ouLdo sports and
comics fnr inside attention."
Miss Pauley said women's pages
has 'undergone and is undergoing
ome radical thanges.'
.

'? 'Rarely called' the- society page
these days, it emphasizes mews of
fashion, food family, beauty, home
furnishings, personalitiosin and
outside the' 400," she said.
'For more and more editors
realize that it's the little woman
who .not only- controls the home
80 per cent of the consumer dol.
' :
'one thing we've learned we're not
"The field' is one where we can
' ttse out speetal talents to Live the
woman reader the very best coy.
I .rage of everything in which she
s interested. And she is interest
1 in a variety of things. I o'ten
1
hink there's no news story with
out a feminine angle."

By- Dorothy MattinglY
Army wife Jane Franklin
Garrett woufdn't 9hange her'
status or her husband's
career for anything in the
world. The daughter of, an
Army Officer, she is maried
,
to ,a man whci is thk'fifth
,
generation of military 'pa 'parents.
rents. 'parents. He is Col. Robert W. Gar Garrett,
rett, Garrett, Post Coirimander fort.
Kobbe,
, A tall blonde, beautiful
rather than pretty, 'hilt; his
a 'natural charm And grace
that malces her a' t ease in
,
any situation. :As 'a hostess,
or as a guest, she is the,kind
of girls any man' would be
proud, to introduce as his

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MRS. ROBERT W. GARRETT,' wife of Col., Robert W. Garrett, Post Commander at Fort.kobbe,'
at home in 'her attractive Kobbe quarters. With her are theit three children, Anne, 9; Bobby,
10, and Jimmy who was born on the Isthmus in 1956. On Bobby's lap pre his favorite pets,
two owl monkeys. -, ,
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Jane is a mother too, and
finds the' job:of bringing ,up
,
three children. managing a
home, and fulfilling the many
other obligations -of-an army
wife a challengiAg and in'-
,
teresting career. ,
' 33orn in Waiter Reed Hospital in
Washington.- D.C., Jane was only
six, weeks old when she was talc talcep
ep talcep by her parent, to' France. They
returned tO the United States af af,.
,. af,. ter two years. sueeesqlon of
moves, Including Orie to Hawaii,
followed until 19,i1 whnii her fsth fsther
er fsther ,was sent to Hawaii for a sec seconA
onA seconA tour of duty.
- She remembers, als if it were
vesterdsv. the morning-of Decem December
ber December 7, 1941, when her father came
in from tending his orchids and sn snflounced
flounced snflounced that the boanese were
mbing Hickham Field
" '; A
iThe family's reaction 'was, one
of complete disbelief, she said, but
everyone remained calm and col collected.
lected. collected. She, her older sister, and
her mother huddled together tin.
der a large sturdy table as direct directed
ed directed to do by her father while he
left immediately for duty.
- Following the attfck, the. fatrki
ly drove to the mountains where
her mother and the two girls rem.
steed, along with the other wenn,
en and children, while ftrrange.
tnents for their evacuation were be
int made. Jane was only 15 years
old at the time. se was scheduled
to be evacuated along with b e r
mother. Her older sister secured a
position with the Armed Services

Hotpewife Plans
SloveSp6r,iding
Of Contest Fund'

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'''" MINNEAPOLIS4UP) Mrs. De- i
1
borah Sphneuter immediately
thought Oi her home and her chil.,1
dren's 'education when she learn.j
ed she .had won 000 a 'month for
, The 25,.yearl,old IiOusewite frOMI
Bloomingion,- Minn., said part of
the money will be set aside for her
children's edUcation. Some of the
funds will be used for work on the
iamily, home in a Minneapolis Su.
burl). ., , '
The mother of two,' she won
granprize iti st Cmoney Silted')
costest spontored by- an automo.,
bile manufacturer, (Chrysler): Her
prize, aside from a lifetime in
come' also inoluded a 1958 can',
1 If the pretty red-haired mother
lives to be IS years old -- SO years
' from'now --i her cash prize will
amount to a quarter 'of a' million
dollars. '
Mrs. Schneider almost missed
getting into, the, contest. She said
she was bored just caring for her
two.year-old son and six.montli
old daughter. Then, the day belore
the contest deadline, her husband
Allan,. noticed a billboard, adver advertisement
tisement advertisement announcing the tompe..
tition, and she entered to keep
busy, All she had to do was cow.
plete iyine of a sales slogan. '''
, FIrst Contest t 1.
' "He hid to drive me downtown
to make surewe got my entry int()
the rnall,':. she said. i :
It' was the first major politest
Mrs. Schenider had ever entered.
A graduate of the University Arif
Wisconsin., she holds a bachelor's
degree in pasychology. She met her
husband at college. Schneider is a
'legal editor for a publishing com
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They spend most of their free
time together tinkering around the
house.
They 'have added sun porch
and arezemodeling the basement.
They enjoy Avorkineoutdoors ttrid
have done -all the landscaping
arOund the house. They also have
wPrect Many of the room.---,
The prize money Comes as a
-degree in psychology. She met het
"one thing we've learned, we're r
going to spend it too fast. We're
happy now, and we dont want to
lose that,' said Yrs. Schnetder.

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and remained in Hawau" with her fantry officer who was fo become
'father. '!;: her husband.- Following ',short.

The trip home was 'made onk',
luxury liner which had been strip stripped
ped stripped and stacked with bunks, the
top one being just tar enough from
the ceiling for the occupant to lie
flat in bed. The ,voyage back to
California was an uneventful one
except for the imaginatiOns of the
passepgers which were: rtinninil
higb,, she recalls, ;

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: During an Immediately followd
tag the war years, the family 'iv 'ived
ed 'ived ,in Palo Alto, Calif., Denver,
fol.e Fort Worth, Texas, and San
Francisco. In her 1.1 years of
' school (she Wooed one grade) she
attended 10 different schools.
Scholastically she had. no diffi difficulty.
culty. difficulty. as her travel and other ex experiences
periences experiences more than compensated
for any set-backs she incurred
from her many transfers. Howev However,
er, However, she often felt like an outsider
in a new school and envied the
sense of belonging to the commit commitnitv
nitv commitnitv and being a part of the school'
and its activities.
She attended the University of
Denver and following her senior
year at Texas Christian Universi University
ty University at Fort Worth went to San Fran
cisco with-her mother to wait for
travel orders to join her lather in
Jana
Fate stepped In,' however, and
She met the young West Point in

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: The girls mast scream at the
idea but a health ,expert thinks
they should scrub a few more
floors, It's good for physical fit-1
peas. The scrubbing motions ire
espcially muscle toning.
tos, that seem "set baek" in
the face must be made inconspi.
cuous. Do this with lipstick that is
light,- such as it light true red; or
one with a slight orange shade)
Short fluffy hair that eurls ibout
the face may look great on a worn wornat)
at) wornat) with a hitt face. Mut a full,
chubby face looks rounder with
such hair style, If hair Is short,
brush it op and back frOm t e
temoles. A wave at the si4e of the.
forehead also helps 'offset the
round look.
i
Slender Persons must be care careful
ful careful not to draw attention to their
thfnnesi. 'Wide. heavy bracelets
are good for them since others
tend to look at the bracelets rath.
er than at a too thin Or long arm

;Care in seleeting clothink ad
aecessories -doubles the byerail
Picture of sttractiveness it woman
gives. In choosing bracelets,' buy,
those thar-match your nhysleal,
structure.-This ts true of Other je jewelry,
welry, jewelry, too. Persons with larse
arms should. not -wear too 4 tight
brarelets., These merely 'draw ,st-,
tendon to the art's size..
'Restibg '15 minute's before' eatt.,
ing may do wonders for, the di digestion.
gestion. digestion. Man, eat when Overtired
and upset which only makes eat
ing g struggle. Wait a bit befOre
eating and try to relax. Your. in ingestion
gestion ingestion Will be better and so will
you. '
, nee laby eurls distnear young
women eXperiment with hnlr'stvle
Rut tnany never Sfettl to find'the
rombhmtion to "flatter their
shape nr camouflage eltnre's
mistakes. For example, hair pull pullNI
NI pullNI back severely front the' facl
-,akes a large nose seem larger.
tTge loose waves to soften this
large feature

courtsthip, they were married In
January, 'PHI.' Jane' Was w I
prepared for her new role of lir lirmy
my lirmy wife. The idea of marriage
to civilian had never occured1
to her. It would have 'required a
great deal cif .ediustment, shol
, said, to go into a life which she,,,
'had Waver 'known. "'-''
Since her marriage? Jane has
been very busy fulfilling the role
,of Army wife and mother, She ha$1
had more than her share of tnoves
with the resulting packing 'and uni
packing and esteblishing home
in, a 'new community,.
Assignments have mciuded Pre-:
Sidi, 'Calif., Port Braggr, NC.,
where their first son ,was hornT,
West Point, where her husband
was stationed as a tactical officer
fcr two years',N and Washingtont,D,
C,- ; 1
' T
In 4955 when his tour.of duty In
Washington was up, they were
fortunate in receiving their first
choice, Panama as their new as assignment.'
signment.' assignment.' Jane 'had been through
the Cabal twice, and her husband
had lived here with his, parents
as a child. 3 A
, She says the whole family thinks
this is an ideal spot in which to,
live. Her, husband enjoys lishing
and she and the children love the
beach and the year-round outdoor,
living and swimming.
, Although life is somewhat sim simliar
liar simliar on any Army post, she says.
nowhere hat she found the friend-,
ly atmosphere and '' community
spirit that exists. here.
She is active in the tronian's
club, the Officers Wives Club and
the Youth Cnuncil.
, Her responsibilities Increase
with each, promotion her hus
band receives. As the wife of a
1 Post Commander; slieenloYs en entertalning
tertalning entertalning all of the (tinier offi,
tors In her husband's command.
From her-own -experience, she
knows that it moans a great deal
te a itoung officgr and' his wife,
perhaps startino their 'career in,
the army, to be invited for a spo spo,
, spo,

RAY E,R, E,..:.,R 9 D..S,;
'it R I.0 S. ::f oi

'-ecorationes

clot occasion at the home fi! his
suporior officer,
Each' year brings new experi.
ences and new Interests, At first
she attended baseball games with
her ,husbaad. to, support, the JeaM
and has since become an avid
baseball 'fan She. wouldn't miss
a-game now and Its proud of Koh.
be's thathpionship team. ;
"'During their three years'at tob tobbe
be tobbe the children: have had Irony
pets. At first it was parakeet, then
armosettes,' monkeys, k coati
mundi and then ahoney bear, The
'most recent newcomer is an oce,
lot ,which Jane bought and raised
from a baby, It attends baseball
game's and parades ,ancl will soon
be presented -to the Battle Group
at its tfficial mascot.
Ione loves het: hotne, she
and the feeling of being a part 'of
a community, but thinks the ex excitement'
citement' excitement' of travel and meeting
hundredS of neW'people each year
more thart compeniates for that
feeling ot permpnente), which -an
army wife tan never have.
Art attractive, -peison, a goo'd
wile,. mothero and titizen,, she Is
the kind of person of which the
Army 'Can rightfully- be, proudi

Paris

, Those-long 1925 ropes of beads
are losing favor in Paris, Now it's
10 to 15 rows of short-, beads all
on one neck. .) ,
Newest cufflinks from Paks for
a white blouse are made of print.
ed cotton and matched to a small
collar-bow, and flowered hat
1 Paris shows new swimsuits with
long,and very tight legs., These are
for people who pine to look- like a
1924 Mack Sennett bathing beau.
t3r. 4 :
, For street dress Jacques Helm
shows sleeves made of chiffon.
Chiffon appears ht some form in
nearly Paris 'collections.

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By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
,, e
, AT five, Midge fell violently in
love with her cousin Jerryi -ivho
Wa3
It happened one Sunday' when
, she found a toy watch she'd lost
under a bush. Running to t h
house 'to show it to her mother.
she stumbled and fell. Jerry stop stopped
ped stopped polishing his family's car to
pick her up,.
HE had dancing blue eyes and
brown hair, and the strength with
which he held her, combined with
the gentleness with which he swip swiped
ed swiped dirt from her grazed knee mos,-
ed her deeplyrand her heart b4rst
into love. '
She made no attempt to hide
this sudden love. -At lunch when
Jerry asked someone to past him
' the butter. she scrambled down
from her chair, rarr'around the
table. got the butter and nresented
it to, him, her heart in her face for
all to see, , 0
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4
. so,y1EoNE aniCkerPti. Jerry'l
big sister drawled,. It's that old
' black magic again in the boy."
," And Midge, glancing at the fa&
es around the table vot the mean mean'
' mean' ing of the took on them, it h e y
thmight she was funny
Even Mommy was smiling as
thouct she were funny. There WAS
clearly something queer about her
,feeling for her cmptin Jerry,
She never showed it again. When
Jerry was around and someone
said, "Hey, how's, your boy boy,
, boy, friend?" she ran' away as fast as
the could.
!slow 15.. she still hides imnortant
feelings from her family'. When
they inorire shout them. she ssys
, offhandedly, ."So What if I didn't
oet a bid ,to her party? How do
I know why r date him so often?
,. I'll lot vou know if I want to
go to college...". ,
, SO her mother is always saying
worriedly "Ilervestiv.. young pro',
ple today liVe like strangers in the
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house. They never' tell you a
The first Iove feelings of little
children should not seem comic
to us. If they do strike us as fun funny;it's
ny;it's funny;it's because the children have
not betome human to us.
We smile at the little son or
daughter so obviously enamored of
a pretty new aunt or the good-looking
young TV repairman because
they. are still toys to. us little
mechanical things that amuse us
because their behavior is so -cunningly
contrived to resemble that
of real people.
,Our aniusement is often ,eXpen.
sive. We pay for it in Anxiety
over their 'adolescent secretivor
,

Front Parlecomes'the'notton
slinoing a single Bower into a suit':
pocket for a pretty effect. For!
nraeleal purposes. it's probably a;
good idea to ocher It front the:
inside with a tiny gold pkn.
An- attractive 'idea for evening;
wear:, Jean Patou's It e.
muff which is St180 an evening bac
Veiling on a small hat, accord.:
ing to Parts nolions, should be tr
two.inch edging of organdie dyed.
the same color as the hat., t
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Paris 'offers a new ankle brace.t
let for beach wear only., It's part:
of a straw sandal and is aimed afi
making ankles look,
Shoes decorated either iv-i t h;
flowers or feathers are the latest
thing in Paris. They look beet in 1,
the home. s ,
Matched to a summer hat: um umbrellt
brellt umbrellt sheaths in the same flow.
This Idea it from 41C,rre
Cardin.
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' By: Dorothy MattinglY.... ; .,,. :::', ;, ... ':' ,, ,,, 'r,.,:, ., ',.,- -, : ... : -; .::: 1. ,. it. ..:: 1,,-:. 4 '..',.' ,, t'.hhe
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--- Arniy ''. wife" Jane Franklin r.",71.'7- ::::'.::-.''.:.'''::::'i:::.''''':: '. .:::'::: ',: :;: ,.,'',. -..N'i'..:.,:, ::: s"'"'""""'''''N ::;:71,..:.1,r..:H4.-....;..,:1.,:::. t I ..7.!...ei,,,,,,,,,,,,:.,:: ,.:...:::: i Jerry asked someone to past him .,. ,. ....,..,, ,:
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Army Officer, she is married 1 ::.;:.:..:,:,:::.,,: ::... ::::,:,,::..4,,,::: :::: .. ,. ,,,,:::,:... : ,m,',:-.:.::.,.:,,-i,,:,,:4,.;:e0., :,' :..:: ... ,:-., ,,,:::.-,-,..,',',7:::::--, big sister drawled.: "It's that. old
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,;:,. A "i tall blonde,: ', b4autiful : .-:,'::::!....:::::::,'::.',.: i:::!::' : ::::..,.,.:::,.,:.:::,:.::,:,.. -; : She never showed it again.Wheq two.inch :edging. of ,organdie dyed',
ratherk: than pretty, Jane 'has ::,::,;:::,...:::.,;,,,,::.,::,:-.: ::::.,--,:,,,,,:::,.::::,,,,,,.i:.,..,,,:,...:::.::-:,::. i .....,.... Jerry was around And someone the'leme COlOr as th, hat-.:','" '' 'i.-
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a 'flaturat tharm' and grace ' -:--....e. i:,,id!'L.;,: ,, ?.:u::.,...,,:.;:;:...,.:::',..,,,:,.:::.:: : ::
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that makes her,:et. ease ln : -::::. :::::,:,,:.,... 1!-,,.,,.::,!,:,,,,.,,,,,:,-:,,,,::::, ... ... :::':,.::::::::,,,:,,,iR:,:4s,,:. :ii.,::,:. k ::,:,,,,,,,:,,::::::: :::::: :,:::: :
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any-eituation.;:AS a, hostess,. .: :. ....,:,:::::,:::,..,:,:,...,,:,,,:,,,,,,.:,,,,., ,.. .,,, ,;,,,,,. ...,:;:,:.,r,;,o,,,,i,:,..:,,,,::,o.,,:,,:,,:;,,:,: ,,..,,.,:: .:,.,,,,,,?,,,,,,:.,,,,.,,..,,:,,,:,;,... ,, ,, .. feelmes from her family'. W h e it ma)ting ankles iookslimmer.;;;;-", :: ',,
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'or as a guest, she is- the,kind -.., :,,:,,::::.,,...,,...,',,-::', .,

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Y? flow do flowers or feathers .tre- the. latest
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,,,,,: worriedly "fin-iestly.. young peri,, ery silk.. This, idea it iTOTIT: Fitrre
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b. at home in 'her attractive Kobbe quartet With her are their three children, Anne, 9; llobbY.9 ,.. ., ,.. .,
, .10, and Jimmy, svho was bern n, the Isthmus in 1956.. On Bobby's lap are 13IS favorite pets, ,,, ,,.. .. ,-
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and remained in Hawaii with her fentry officer who Was to become f clot occasion at the home ci! his ,. vih .,,
lather.''',:,. -. '.' -'' ,i, 7,, '''), .".'pri, .. her husband.- Following ,short, I superior- officer, .,... ,, , ,,, I ' 'F ' ... ..
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totes and new interests, At first ''. : i ,:: t' ,. '-' ,' .. , .. ,' -, t -,,,'
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she attended baseball games with '' -.' l' ' Jill '11
her husband, to., support, the JeaM : i teijilki ,.
and has since become an avid - , . ., ,!..' ,,,,,;' .;': .' '''';'
baseball lar,-, She. wouldn't miss .-- ''." -, ; '1 ' ,,. -, .
a-game now and lit proud of Kob. ,i. .,' ' 4 - ', l'" ''' r' '''' .., .4' ., '''' ".
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ur p e r ree years at top. 4;.,, ..' I ... ,,,,, -I, 1- ,: 1,ty 1 t ,,,- t ' ' :,"-, I
be the children:have had many '-4.1. '''',1 ,. 'I .1 .I ., '. 1 4 -'"
pets. At first it was parakeet, then 2' ,' ''',. 7 '' ''''' "- .4. ...uoirPoovin,, ,.:
armosettes,- monkeys, -', a coati ',- 4 r ..i
mundi and then ahoney bear., The ,' ' ;,', .. '' t .r :',"1. .
'most recent newcomer is art oce, ,'"' P. ft
lot ,which Jane bought and raised .N : .,: ' , ,,';.;-,
from a baby, It attends baseball --. t ', ' ', '
gamet and parades and will -soon .,- ', i 1.," -; , ,: ,. ''' 1 : -',' ;,!.
be presented le the Battle Group '' ,, ''' .. ; ,' '. :,..., '-.,,,,;. ., '', -. -,,, ': I. -I' ''..,, .:
at its tfficial mascot. 4.;', ',,,,i-il.', ;,, 2 :, ',;,' .;', A perfect parnia'n'ent. that,'1
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anIdailtheel1eveeilogh.e01:fl':ehihlii 'aghp6arita'Iodi
a community. but thinks the ex- .;',, il.
citement' of travel and meeting ,, ,'
? ... ..... -. ti giik-- ' '', ,2. , ."..... cents your:,naturil.,,liaaviy,iin.i1;, :
. ,, ,..,, ;i. leaves your ,hair spark!ing
hundredS itneW'people each year '. -, EEI-- --,, , si 1 ,
-.1. '4'-'1 ''' With ''', eXCiting hightightSti -:lthe
more than' tompeniates for that : --- 1,, permanent tnat' is, right; lett .,
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feeling ot permanente), which -an 41. .P.
army wife tan never kave. T .:1 kr r:,"' 4 t'yoous-ugitoItoausrumalb'oodr'agnod stalesghai'onnts.:
'' Art. stiractiveopeison,' a ,, good '''.- ',
wile, mothero and titizen,, she is ' ', 'Phone your favorite Beauty
the kind of person of which the ' Parlor for in appointment,' ,, f fArmy
Army fArmy 'Can -rightfully- be, proudi 1 .. : ,,

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' Those.-long 1925 .rope's of bea!ds ' 4 ---- ' i ' i -: ''- :". ; 4i,.ti4 v:-:''J'ir,A',. ', '''. .' I
ire losing favor in Paris. Now it's tiELNE t CLIR'FIS ' 4.- -, fr
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10 to 15 rows of short- beads all ..,- ; . .,
)n one neck. - , '.. ' :
. . ,, . 'Specializes in Beauty
Newst cufflinks from Paks for
i white blouse are madi Of print.
:. ,...wrearldort; Pnroodtuemtsak'; ':; ,:,,
home permanent : ,s, .
ed cotton and matched to a small
:ollar-bow, and flowered hat ';'. : waves' -;,, ' '''s,. ,. '''' '' .; ,,
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1 Paris shoirs new swimsuits with '' -'; s''. I., '' '1. ,,.. '',
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ror people who pine to look, like a .:, ,!'' ''- '''' '" '' '' -- ''' -: ,, ''''''"',... 1
p24 Mack Sennett bathing beau. ,, p;ofesslonal the ,- '.' .01: ;- 1 ,i-''' t'.; ''ll '. I

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AT the rece
Show in the Ne
we learned' that
women and chi!
their time on
boats last year,
has become oni
top lanely spor
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The galleys ot
;:113, boats are mi
nes& Women wl
i lies at home
lice their food
There are,' of
in space and cle
is impOrtant.- N
i',.boats have frel
' boats with ga
; chest or,, placl
ble ice ,earrier,
prepared Mixes
much simpler.
t No need for ti
bd,' a galley sla,
recipes from fol
be Served aboal
' minutes. There
$ "rotmd the worl
ed, frozen entre
1 vidual portions
, transparent pJ
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t By, BEIRA'
t 'Many Women fg
r deal in the retire
are five ways tn
,4.'ividows are still
':'victims of i m
, r 1. many --,- anal
!from insurance c
for monthly I)
long as the husbs
( tant; Des.' When
dow is left with
t stipend ',-witich st
-count on. (Wives
band buys an an
? ft provides for' y
't death.)
2. Many pensun
'by torporations 1
, way. PaTments s
:band, as a forme
: company dies.- (
' on your husban
at bis place of t
, ;eases he can ac
;sion, instead of f
,ge retires, with t
';payments contini
should he die fir
', S. If a wage wage'
' wage' 4nd a homemak
6 vorced, regardlel
wife loses all cis
lof her husband's
after retirement.
to this occurs v.,
Ilvife has in her c:
who is entitled t
-the insured lathe
your,congressm(
your working ys
, house for yourhu
be entitled to yol
' ; Social Security p
4. When a Mall
; lob, a wife can'i
housework. Her 1
, his stint of wo
through. She's e
dishwashing, but
- and she never wi
pare for your ol
, mapping out a 1
, keeping IS easier
' Js more helpful.)
- 5. Some hobs
, stubborn about
: a man dies withc
:takes his wife
to settle the esta
',In some states,
herit two-thirds
' large or small-4
,
,ceives one.thtrd.
ren waive claim
, the widow is lel
'of the money sh
',band earn and 8
,,sult..an attorney
a will for your
,un. before you 1
' you. )
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"mat me to con
thorn. am Is wic
vslued at about
Iti, for the to li
it is expensive to
sn incoms or nt
-from Social Sec
front, .tne
both 'live in riti,
m114s1 nwnv trnr
the elocnst is
Tne "rile ,11,1c
: to do9"A 11 S.,
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Pledging .PiViiory: skit hokving7,1nodel' of dredge ,"Mandingal, whieh wis :origins eliriStened by-Mrs.Arnold. Lett, to, light:
'Dredging Divisidn Alton Wh.,itei 'Mrs. Daisy ,tas..M.ri.' Arnold) and Bon palsy. .,

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ed, presented, by Bill Hollowell and Gertrude Roberta! to-urtesy of Water
And, Laboratories Branch or-Maintenance Division.

'PANAMA CANAL BRIDI
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:A Story Of Construction Dar
;- By ELIZ-ABET'H KITTREDGE PARKER ,

In earlier chaptersthe author tells how Canal construe construetion
tion construetion delayed her marriage to Charles Parker and how she
t finally came to ,the, Zone. -.Here her wedding breakfast
; included pate de" foi gra1 and champagne served on thick '''
construction milt dinnerware. She also describes her house house-
- house- I keeping in a Pacific side "line town." You ordered your
' groceries the day before, and they came out from Cristobal
each morning on the ice train.. Mrs. Parker now lives at

' 'i :' 3-1.-9--Ches-tn- utltreet Coatesville. Pa, Her book, of which these
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' '"Bonjour," I answered in amzae- with exquisite white blooms. They
)1 ment Then, as my French was were shaped like,,oversized lilies
- ', exhausted, I continued in Englid of tne valley. Inside the .waxlike
- which' she seemed to understand: blossom was, a perfectly formed
', T.,2",'"You have fish ts sell? Are pure White otiOVO With a yellow
' they' fresh?" ; ,,,, bill. 'I -,1 - I 1 ,,
, S "Oui, madame, .' d'aujourdlui." "El Espiritu Sante,' lin said..
: sse replied. i ., 'I bought some and, when Charl
'. "Where do 'they come from?" lie came home, I showed them to
. ,'; "From the riber he'illd de 'ouse, "Oh, yes," he explained. "That's
, mistress." Sarah helpfully answer- the orchid of the Holy Ghost., It
.. ed. , . ,, grows only in ". Panama and is
'How much?" I asked. sometimes called the Panama or or'
' or' Gracefully, the woman reached chid." ,, ,,, 4, .., ,,
, ', up and easily removed the scales Then I told him about 'the an
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' from her head and proceeded to With the fruit: -, .,' ,
- weigh one of the fish: Sarah pick- "They, are both native Pana a.
ed it up as hpaid for it asd the nians who live- in the,. ju gl e.
'1, WOMall turned away.. When we took over the Canal con con"Au
"Au con"Au revoir," she said. '. cession, ,we niade an agreement
! "Au revoir,". I answered. En- with the new, Republic of Pana Panaq
q Panaq tering the house, I asked who the Ma to give preference to the na na4
4 na4 woman was. ,., ;, tives in, the construction work,l, It
4 "Dat's Marie'from Martinique, hasn't worked out, however, since
they have never done any man man,
, man, mistress." ,.. -,
, When it was time for Charlie to ual labor and are too lazy. They
4 are undernourished and often cert.
- come home, I went out to the
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' porch to watch for hint. Soon he fiebre. As soon as, they earn a
few pesos they want to go back.to
, appeared, perspiring but smiling.
, ,'Well, sweetheart, how goes ifB the jungle, That is why we a r e
c t You don't l'ook. homesick. Wile importing labor, Jackson Smith,
.. head of our department, has sent
-. have you been doing?"
:' "Oh, Charlie, I've been' having agents to the various West Indian
islands to recruit meth'. We have
': such fun.- First, Philip came to
:, take my 'commissary orde r. Otlite a number of Gallegos- from
Then, a French woman with fish. the nortb of, Spain- -1 have a
' .By the way, I didn't have to pay camp for' them just below Gor Gor,
, Gor, .., PhiliO.' How does it work? Do you gona. They are excellent workers
, ,,, but a bit difficult to handle. The
.have an account?" ,',
West Indians were not so good at'
-. "It's a -payroll, deduetion,".". ''he
first. They were undernourished,'
, said. ISoon, we will have coupon
living on plantain and bacalasr"
' books. That mill' save g.bookkeep g.bookkeep,
, g.bookkeep, ing., , ,,, i ,,74., ,, "Bacalab?", I repeated,' puzzled.
' 'And', the MartiniqUe woman very,. odoriferous codfish, my
what's she doing here?" , il.': dear," he explained, ssmiling
"Sometime, I'll show you how we
"Oh, she probably has a bus busfeed
feed busfeed the different groups." ', 1
band working on the Canal. You'll
Suddenly a tall brown man with
find women, from ,, most of the
clear-cut Aryan features appear-West
Indies Martinique, Barba Barbaed
ed Barbaed at the screen' door,' A snowy
dos, Jamaica, Trinidad, and many
white, turban added to his height
. others." '
to open the door, : ,,
After lunch, Charlie had to hur. and alien 'aspect. Charlie got, up
ry off. The train from Colon had
been delayed and the laborers "Why, Panga Singhl"' he ex exwould
would exwould be arriv,ing early in the aft. chtimed. "Why aren't you on the
, ernoon, a tired,, hungry lot of iob?", ,i ' ,
rnen. .1 t - 9b, boss, he rep ed, one of
my countrymen is 'doing, my work
As I sat on the porch that lazy
tonight. He good watchman. I
tropic eternooh, I thought of cold
take time off ,to come to your
,NenC,England as I bad left it less
, than two weeks ago and I revel. house I bring a little gift to the
, ed lir the warmth and sunshine a. inissis.". And he offered me the
' rowid"me. ,, ,, .,., ,, ,, ,..-, package he was carrying. ,, ?
- "But," objected Charlie, "I told
- Hatt asleep, ,I., hiard ,a soft
; jroice. "Patrona, patrona, Naran,- You the other day that I can't ac acgainst
gainst acgainst regulations." --,
Zas10-Goineos '. ,, ., -, cept presents from you. It's,' a a,'
,' a,' I 31)oked up to see a pathetic patheticlooking,
looking, patheticlooking, undernourished br o w n "This isn't a present, for Yoh,
boss. This is for the missis. And
,-. man,leading an equally skinny and
don't you worry,' boss.: It didn't
iriad-lOoking popy with huge hamp hampcost
cost hampcost me nothing.- I have a coon cooners
ers cooners ;on either side of his bony
tryman ill ,,. Colon who has, a
back. In the baskets were juicy
store Ile give it to me,"
greel oranges, bright yellow bana bana,'
,' bana,' nas,4,thiek-skinned mangoes., I hesitated a inoment, then took
the proffered parcel and opened
Hr had barely disappeared down
it. It was a lovely silk shawl. Pan Pan,,
,, Pan,, the )till when another scrawny
. man .and a little boy, both bare- ga Singh smiled as he, noted the
fooQ'wearing blue shirts over rum-- admiration in my eyes. q , (3.4 3
: pled3rousers,, came to the door. "Oh, how beautiful! egelsimil
'i, "Buenos tardes, .., patrona, he ed as I draped it over my "twill "twill":
": "twill": greetbd me politely, '',,, r ders. "But won't you let ua, pay
He,'was carrying a rilstY kero- for it?" I began, then pasued as
,seno tin with a rope handle. Long I saw his hurt pride. "Oh, thank
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. green leaves drooPeci over t h e Youthank -you, Papga Singh. It's,
, as the beautifpl!" ,,',4 ," 7' ', , ,4 1
i.topilj got up to see better
:, man,:, pulled a, stalk out.' Of the "I'm glad it pleases you, Minis.,
, container. Almost hidden .by the Mt. Parker is my God. He take
care of me., I respect him 1
, leaves was a fragile'stem topped'

- --''- ---7 '-'7. Turning to Charlie, hi pulled a
thick roll of bills from his pock pock!
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' Maud Ito Wadded ?1,11ists
See this"picture'fron1,.the
beginning --, and keep the
secret of the stirprise end end'

my(moneyt please? I save,it,'for

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a trip back to India. I'm 'afraid
to leave it in my room. My CQUI1-
try m en steal."
"Why don't you put at in the
bank, Panga Singh? That's the
best, place for it."
"No, sir, I don't trust the bank.
trust you, boss."
!Well," said Charlie, "I'd pre-'
fer that you put it in the bank, but.
;' you wish4. I can lock in,the safe
40,v office.411 give you a re receipt
ceipt receipt and when' you want your
money, bring this paper to me."
ranga Singh ,was content. So
Charlie wrote a receipt and' gave
it to him.'- ' 1
"Thanks, boss." ',
, Then, bowing low, he turned to
go, We watched him, tall, proud,
erect, .disappear in the distance.
I thought o" my procession 44 vis visitors
itors visitors that day, people from t h e
far ends of the 'earth, from the
West Indies to the Far East. The
realization tame to' me that
these people were the precursors
of what was to' cbme., when the'
Canal would be finally tompleted
and s ships from all over the

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Honored recently at a gala
farewell -party Were Lt. Gov.
and Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold who
are leaving Panama in July.
Over 275 guests gathered at
the Tivoli Guest House for an
evening packed with fun.
Given by employes of the
Engineering and Constrdction,
Bureau, the Arno Ids were the
main theme of a series of skits
, which were devoted tO, an
anama canal.
account of incidents marking
Col. Arnold's tour of duty with
the P

'strange lands, weuld converge
here and the Isthmus would be become,
come, become, indeed, the crdssroads of
the world.
- A 'PEW DAYS LATER, while I
was reading on the porch,, a jolly-looking
plumpish girl came up
the steps, Her short curly hair
hung damply around her, face
and beads of perspirafion stood
out on herforehead.
"Whew.," she explained. "The sun
sure is botl You're Elizabeth Parker,-
aren't you? I'm Kay Jack Jackson.
son. Jackson. I live across the track near
Mrs.; Manning's and though I'd
come ovet to see how you're let letting
ting letting on. You look, cool as a cul
cumber- How do you like' the
trpics s far?"
I blinked. Sure enough, I was
Elizabeth Parker, but it was the
first time I'd been called by that
name. 1
"Come in," anwered.' "So far
I must say I love it. But I can't
understand Jamaican. Can y o u?
It's not only the h's in the wrong
places,. it'S, the inflection, also.'
"No," said Kay. "I've been here
six months and I still can't un understand
derstand understand what my maid,- Jane,
wants when I to to the comis comissary.
sary. comissary. I've had two girls already,1
she' continued.,., "They seem ,, sd
stupid, but when tried to do
without one, I decided they weren't
se dumb after all. We have to
realize they've never seen the In Inside'
side' Inside' of a civilized home before.
They've always cooked on char charcoal
coal charcoal braziers, washed their clothes
in the river, and used gourds for
dishes. My first maid, Mary,
was doing fairly well. Then ,she
came to me One' day' and said she
couldn't work ,anY more because
she was 'making b a b y.' I
asked if her husband had a 'job
and she said, ,'uht
don' 'as to truck wid 'usban's:
We laughed and I, realized I
had a lot of adiustment to make.
"I had my first exoerience put putting
ting putting in i cold-storage order, the
other day," I said. "It takes
serne planning, doesn't

' "Yes, it certainly does.," Kay
smiled. "I thought I :could do it
the easy way.' had a standing
orderchops On' Monday; steak on
Juesday, and so On. It worked
r fine at first: Then, one' day; Neil
forgot Monday was chop day and
brought three huingry men home
for lunch..-I hadl a time trying
to divide' four small chops among
five peoplel Now, I keen a sup supOILY
OILY supOILY of !canned food in the house,
Butter,- too. I 'keep tinned ,but ,but,
, ,but, ter on band for emergencies. It's
not too, bad and you really can't
keep ',much fresh food hi our
small iceboxes."
t I' excused myself and 'went to
ask Sarah if she. scould make le
monade. she. said she could make
it with limes Bel went back to
the porch., Soon, she came, shut,
fling out with a coothgglass in ei either
ther either handno stray, no napkins.
However.' it ivas a very refreshing
drink,. The fragrant fresh limes
were so numb more tangy than
the lemons we got in the States.
, "Another thing," Kay continued.
"If you're going to give a dinner
Party. consult your commissare
, first; You may think you'd
like. a roast but there'll be no
beet-Perhaps you'll plan on tur turkey
key turkey but Philip will 'advise' you
that the turkey is just "finish "finished.'
ed.' "finished.' It's a great game but. don't
let it get you down., Some of the
wives are so disgusted they -want
to go back home." ".1
"Oh, I think it's fun!". I et etclaimed.
claimed. etclaimed. ,"It's all a part of ouch
fin interesting experienceZ I be believe
lieve believe those girls must lack
sense of humor."'
if you can hang on that,
you'll get On all right."
Kay got up to go. 4
: "Thanks so much for. coming
over. Do it often." I , I
"Yes, I tertainly will. And I'
hope you'll be neighborly, t o o.
Good-by for now."
"Good-by I answered.
As Kay, isappeared 'down the,
bill. I Ticked up the glasses and
ok them out to Sarah. When I
turned to the porch, I noticed
a ',scholarly, lookine RII apnros
in g. worl, spectacles and thad
a rather stern exnression,"; He

world, bringing -people from' Iv- as dressed in t well-pressed Nue

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A GAT GROUP AT THE PARTYShOwn,:lett to right are: Goi.1Willlain E. Potter,'Mrs. Mary 'Arnold, ,L
Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold, Mrso Betty. R,unnestrand, and,Mrs. Molly ,Brown. , . :

serge suit and 'wore a fine Pana Panama
ma Panama hat. Ho came up the steps.
"Mrs. 'Parker, I'presumes His
Mae belied his sternness. For
the second, time I blinked as I
heard' my new narne.
, "Yes," I stammered. "'Won't you
come in?"
With rny New England prudish prudishness,
ness, prudishness, I hesitated a moment bid
I felt must be one of Char,
lie's friends arid therefore perfect perfectly,
ly, perfectly, proper. He entered' and sat
down ,

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trm Jackson Smith., Perhaps
Charlie has mentioned me," he
said 'with a mischievous smile,'
"Oh," I gasped, "of course."
Jackson.Smith. Ilead Of Labor,
Quarters, and 'Subsistence.. Mem Member
ber Member of the, Isthmian Canal Com Commission!
mission! Commission! I was indeed honored.;
' war sorry-I touldn't get out
tO the -.Avedding," he 'continued.
happened to brin Gorgona to today
day today so thought I'd call to pay
my respects to the bride. l-low ,do
you like your, new home so
far,2". -

I'm thrilled with 'every 'everything,.
thing,. 'everything,. Mr: Smith; It's the most
exciting experience I've ever had.
! love everything about. it,"1. : I;
"Even ,the.,,hnuse2": he asked
uizzicallyi 71
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"Oh, yes,' indeed. The house.is
darling- I thinly it's marvelous
how comfortable the quarters
areaway: down. here in the jun jungle."
gle." jungle." ,;
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' must say that's a re refreshing
freshing refreshing -viewpoint... usually
'hear nothing but complaints."
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Goi. Arnold 6eeros tO be enJoying Frank TOrman's cartoons.

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. ''',"Bo'njour' 's I answered in amzae- with exquisidteliwhite blooras. They strange lands, .v, o u 1 d ,- converge :, .4,,
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''. " -Led it up as I.,paid for it 'asd the nians who live- In the ,-:: j u g 1
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cession, concession, .we Made 'an 1 agreement ting Mt.,. You look,- ceol as a cul ..'..Q. 1 i,,....;,,--,,.:::,.,,;:,,:-...,,-.
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Lt.- Gov.' Hugh M. Arnold', 31;s0. Betty, R,unnestrand, and.Mrs. Molly ,Brown..-.-.; ., .i, :. '., , ., ,. ....'. .' 'i '' ..:' .' .. -.: , - ,.. ; i

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VV LIALLC Anal wtriltitaco Loa-. couidn't work any rnore be 1 1 ""
et! .?t ie'r-e-on7-d"o'03-:-, "A "snowy cause, e I .t d .re 1 .. : '. . 11
ch. 8 r e nui an wore ine :.:::5 ; x:::?--
dos. Jamaica. Trinidad, and many

asked if her husband had Albi
: others. c wiute, turban added to his height' 7 '""'"S " !.
A$,, tiny 1 and 'alien ',aspect. Charlip ---
nia, hat.' TIe..eanie up-the Stirlil 1
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ry off. The train frotn Colon had ,prptt the door,:;'
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ranga bingni-"' he ex.,1 ilita; r,..;;17 T 1 the ,seeetict,,, time: ,toitaked.,.as i 1
, been' delayed and the laborert,; ,vvn3L,

would be arriylng early in the aft.iv.usillieu. --wny area.; you on mei "-
, 1 iobrt had a lot of adjustment to makel heard my new null& I I k I I

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An a i "I had, myfirst exoerienpe put-L: I", 1 Nummereu. vvoll yuul
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all,4 2 1- .-' '! find itt tonloietetre nv"TA 4.6.1v," 1 g ,$ I 11

my countrymen is going my work' "" "'" w't With rny New England prudish-1 1-
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tropic afternoon, I thought ot cold :untl612L eon watenman. 'nen, I hesitatid a moment bug

,Nep,Englanclas I ban left it les.sIL'd,,A..!:ApItyu 5,0,1,ne 11, 0 m r17-7 I I felt he must be one of Char,' f I

than two weeks 'ago eon 1' revel- 1 uv.uoF A!!-tok a pule gut to the 1. v,:l lie's -friends Ind therefore perfect-1' 1 :

, ed ist, the warmth-and sunshine ?knd he offered me the 1 d.tri Let15 '171 itihn:Yr ,UnUent:31.' alT I 1Y' PrOPer. He entered an'd ; sat!' t 1

(.1'..a 1 ne was earrinnet vue,, ,AU ,SE 1

,-"But objected th 1. "1 t Id I the eat; eY I ad a standing' 4 ., 7
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VI 11 fib Pntrnnst mitre:ma Narart-ijruu tme tnner uay -Limb e2Trt ewatt, 1 1

4:77 -T..' 1 cent Presents from : worked! ",:::"'A,..s-,,"".::;' AA'rr:1 : : e 2! 1
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, -Al.. I oninal: roml.t;",. 09 -:',- tine at first: Then one dalt2 NADI ."" a4r-'!".v"'m lIv I ',' 1 7

4.00,Kea up to ee patmetiv-10-,7,;z: ';,5":"v1111' fArom trAnd. .0-,i1 Bata Nvitn 'Inischlevotis. sm116.:'. I .. : 1

' : 100iOng, undernourishel brownIK iso a present. tor youfl ht th h h h, I gasped, of eotrse.", '10VM:1 1
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manvicaamg an equally sainny anal ---- zet Lur tue imam. anu Jackson. Smith Head 'Of Labor 1 I t
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, lingo h,mn don't you worry.' boss.: It : didn't 't 3
stud-Iiinkinv nnnv with

Lux Fx.ny 06.7.1JOICILCIMV" t MAXI iti 1, 1 1
hAnvICOSt me nothing., I have e urn I tf? Alp, small chops mem -e 4U. T.t1.:... e t ,ts,:;,:,4Ki,:::::, t4
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I trirman ;1h-n I five veoolel Now. I keeo a SLID-4 14""1"'"1 "I"44 "7111-1 i 1

store .11e give it to me."
- ply of Tanned food in the. housed amormuu; wita uturcu nunureg I P.3
Ere At oranees:. bright yellow banad : i lr ; I I
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nutter 'keep tinned nut : , , :,,,,.::,,:..,,..,:,,:.i,.....::.,: :;
'' I besitpted a :Moment, then ,took 'war sorry-I touldn't get 'out "::"
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'th pr ft' d .1 d d tert on band for emergenc es. It s
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it. It.wss a lovely silk shawl. Pan; !1() --" .in r,eall.v. can't u
too b d d t the, -.wedding, he continued.
' the. bill when another Scrawny er h rinanot tn ha, in Ar et nr 1:.1'

ga Singh smiled as he,. noted the 1
man ,an a ttle bey. both bare- Keep ,, muen tresn : MI our 1 "' "' ,'""a is'Aa
if ot,, ,4 I dali so. thou ght l'd, 'e211 M Tiny l 1

aumiration En mit -Alta 5111E111 Eceouxe5. , .t : -- rrJ ..,,:..,:.,:::::,::!. 1 I

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,,Buenoa tard. es, patrona, he ed as I draPed it ovr my shotdl ask .,saran she,- ,eoulu make 1 4; j vus uv liVILIC : 110Q 14'
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OrPelftti MP nnlit,A1V I ders. "But won't vou I t !monocle She' said she could make farl"' .-;
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' was carrying a rusty- kern- Liu-. IL t" I witn 'limes su 'went uses - : ;:1
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wont& fin urith a rnna handle. Unna I saw his hert eridp' "nh thanir 1 the porch., Soon; she, came shut!

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green AeaveR firooned over t h 1 Yottt an "yOu. anga Singh Tv ing Out with a coothgglass in

experience a-ve ever naa. 1 ; 1
- got up to see better- as the beautif,pil!I 4 7. 1,77, ther, bandno,,,tray.; no napkins. vaulung ;: I
m an.,, nulled a stalk 'out.'' itf, the H glad it 'Please Hostever., it, ivas a very refreshingl A, :
I.! 'flys everything about it,!! :

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., .' 1 ', ,- !'' ' ''' "' "' thick roll of .bills:from his pock-. ';'"Another tbhig,'.KiY eontinued. 1
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1 my money, please? I save it,:for Party, consult your commissarn : quarters .-, e,',',:iii.5..:..,:'':iii.:-,,,,-... ,.":',:',:,4i,;:::::.:,..:,',,A:Im., -"-'..-----J,..
areaway down here in the jun '...i.,:'aiR:iiiiii::". ',iiii4'i:,:':,?,.:t-'1: I , .:,,.,,:.:.:. '. .:,.,.gt1,',::&': : 1
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, .'' ,' I i ir a trip b4ck to ,India.- I'm :afraid list,,first; You '.i:may. think :... you'd gle.-"; ,, ')-, ,, .. .,, .', '.. WM.ARM::' rI:'',;,,,,:,:,:::&:4.:., ;3:: f : i,
i, t' 'PIC, to leave it in my room.. My quit like' a roast but : there 11 be :, no .....,,..;,.. ,...; ':;,: .,,,..,-..., .ii, !,,,,,,...i.,. :,,,::,.,.:3.,.-:,::;:,:i.:, .:.1,,,,:.i..,.,t::::,.,,::,,:.,:,. ,.,.::: ',
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' TODAY,' ',;:,, ,.,it,---, An bank, ',Panga Singh? :That's the that the. turkey, is just ,'-,"fiiiish.
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., -, 1:35 6.05 6:30 '6:00 pm. ,: "No. 'sir, I don't,:rust ,the bank., let it get' you down. Seine, Of, the :....'.,..:I' :', .'", '"....r."7" '.., .'-'.:.'......: ; ....-1::'::!:i.".0'1 .':1...; -.
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'Wel 11'", said Charlie t'I'd pre- to go baek homet! t ''1,,,i,::,,X,.. ',,, ',.. ,,,,: NEXT WE EK).!,. -., .......; : ''' ,:',":".
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''. t' 1- ''' : :'- -) "1''' 4I'l ,',"'" vou wish I Can lock in the safe claimed.'.,!'it's,, all 'ar-part 'of such ., ',, .... -- .... . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... ,. ....,.. .. ..... ,,,, ,.., . ,,,t. Id
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:, ...:D. ieaitn ii. vivistn''..:Itit'. sl:hProilnit. 7trioei,"- of :-'dr'edge. "Iviincling'a!!-",;WIll;eh'rr-wis,forigintillY .CliriSteited bY:IvIrs.: Arnold. :Left, to,..right:,',...,-, :
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all -:,, '; '. Panga : Singh was content. Sp '-'4"Well..if 'you e'en rhang on that, :'
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--40 these', people were the' precursors turned to the Torch,: I noticed tri3One)f.1,' 1. i .',: .:. : '' : '- ''4.',.'::',,r.'''',.7f..,t..,:,','',:.'.'.',; ,7.:: ..:'; '', i';::'.:i:':''.;',A1 i'':1:..:;!:4:::';i,:4'"1:1 ,,,
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LIOW fast do you react in sus
I emergency? That is,' Lhow
much time do yoU, require to
': transfer thoughtt Into, deeds?
liere's a-simple test to show your
.: reaction rate in fractions of sec sectids:
tids: sectids: : i;
Using a door or window frame
Lsis a testing- grround, mark an ik
dex line at eye, level. .A.sk
; -friend to hold yardstick against
, the frame,- bottom even with the
index line. Poise your thumb, els.'2
shown above, it index line
J.nstrtict your friend to- release
the yardstick yvithout warning.-

- ACROSS
1, ,if you subscribe to, a
Monthly magazine, you expect to
get how many issues al year?
- 2: Add 'values: one cartwheel.
three coPpera, twe bits, smil
dime. '
- 5 Hidden far ene and
ono tor all,
,
6. Twenty eouPlat attended 'a,
thurch dinner.' What happened?
7. Right, b degree.
9, In Mit verse 'from
Brook's add ttle numbers that yen
would put in the blanks--
By hflte hurry dowe
-,-, Or Blip between the litlyea;
Eg therpt,'- itrit town,
, Asa helf te'hunred briges.
r, Song title, Mlles on the
,' Brie
,
11. Next tenter7 year. -"
14. Bolling
19. 3 plus 3 time, I 'minus 3
divided by 3 raInum 3.
8 ilist Take a Guess

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, A MATBEMATICAL version
17 the long-popular pastime.
guessing how many beans are
"' contained in jar-t-is presented
above.
Me beans" in this instance
are sixes and sevens.' You- are
asked to deternins the surn Of
the lot. That hi, to guess the
total of all the bre and sevens
in the diagram.
', This stml le given below, but
positing would ,epoll the fun,, 'of

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,
-I OOKIN9 at the maze of lines '''
1-s &boyar- you may think yoti
. tee mom things that aren't there,
- ''. TO 4nd 'out what's really hid-
, ,,,
, den in th picture." get out your
'. set of crayons or colored pencils.
. - Shade in-esch -Segment -ait foll..,,:.

Scat.
,Segond inchte
of
I V4
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AO. 7 s4
30 --- 11 14
;33 23
14 tosook
over36 "SO

WALL,

As soon as you see the stick
move. you art to break its tall
by pressmg it to the wall With
your thumb. Naturally. you are
expected tO do this with all pos possible
sible possible speed. '
Your reaction time Is ascer ascertabled
tabled ascertabled from the number of inches
the yardstick' drops past the in indes
des indes ,ibte. A translation Of thil
distane Into rate of Speed in
tractions of seconds hi 'obtained
Ion the chart above.
For an : amusing pluty atunt
have guests vie to bee Wiwi re re,
, re, action tbne is fastest

About Tharigi

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1. Ntunber .of letters the
name Of the state shown in the
, diagram-minus one.
2. A man celebrates Me, birth-
day by taking -1- day Off:re
Woe Ian (celebrates her birthday
by takint, tear Off
, S. gay hae this, but, not June.
, 4. Number sounds hi: Fie had
great force and a benign coun coun6.
6. coun6. If '.rtioils are extinet, 'Write
48122;,11 riot, Write 76412.
6. An angle that's half right.
IL rivoi 'tints is what decinial
Part Of a dollar?
12. "--16 slackens like alio aliocella"
cella" aliocella" 13. 'Nothing to this.
lIow many wheels. on a,
standard' freight car?
tOlt 'io-ti vt-io iectsf-g
ttet9-0 111-0 9-IU-Akoa 10-9I
tig-t .900g-tt 'et-nr 't6-6 '06-1
.11-I-41101311, toJeAsull
Clew Distitzctioll
r,t01,1rA.IC noted an odd coin&
dence aoncerning aye men
with whom he recently conferred
On plans tor the annual reunion
of hie Claes at the tollege. Brad-
ford, theater,' Balite& Rochester.,
and tork all were born,. now
work or tiers Married in cities
bearing those, same names. .Yet
to two, of them Were born, now
work or were married in the
same city, and none has ever
, visited the city bearing his own
- Bradford ivaa 'horn Ratite.
and-, works in Chester, where
Etochester was married. Man
who tvorks hi Rochester was
married in Halifax.' Bradford le
ths birthplace Of the Man who
works where Rothester was born.
Who Works hi Bradford?
s.uriese3 pailletu OVA pat 1130A tit
Illog swab, oH Vionsia 01 SPIJOAk ottig
tow imp ts .11243013 In tolsolog

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lows: Where you see the letter
It, Insert Tallow; where B ap appears,
pears, appears, insert Blue; Et,. Red; 0,
Orange; Br, Brown; G, Green",
Weill giVe you a hint as to the
largest figure In the picture: It
,Progressespy leaps and bounds.

Ai; Artistic illethod
OtTrick Figtinng
INVITI0 one of your' friends to
copy. aa a sheet of paper, as
'carefully as possible and In
best hand-lettering style, the
eight cardinal numbers shown
below:
-
1 2 3 4 6 9
You will notice that the 8 is
-
Now uk your friend to point
out to yoti the figure which, in
his opinion. he was able to rash-.
ion in the best tutistic forth. Sup Suppose,
pose, Suppose, for instance.' he indicates
the figure as a supple et his
:best workmanship. you must WI WImediate',
mediate', WImediate', disagree with him.' Tell
him it is a very poor seven. Tell
him it looks mo're like 2.
hini anything, but while you are
doing this,. quintal', multiply his
, selected figure, 2, by 9.:Thin in- 1
Vito him to milltiply his entire
row' of figured iry 83. '
The pmduct will be a surprise:7
to Mm and you pan tell him that
you gave hiin that simple little
test hi arithmetic just so, that he
could learn to Make better levene.
This rule applies equally to all
of the eight figures iti the row
abeVe. Suet nitiltiply the nunther
ahosen by ninci. then have the
porton multiply the aubibar
aboya by the result.
- .
,
Tric. k
THE r I b weighs 8,600,272,-
I .400,000,000,000,000 tone, At la
ilstimated. '
Thie ,poses problim' for. con-
;
'If Mtui was to huild on earthen
wall 14 feet, high, and five feet
thick around the' equittor,,,, using '-
,materials weighing 206 pounds
'Per foot, wbat wetild ba the.
tatai Weight of the earth after,:
censtriletion of, tho,ivall
Thil giresupposee, : of course,
-that each wall would stand of
its 'own. accord. ':
4-, v4 -' Tern
,S111, firporitu opimmd ol omit'
pittom, 'Aittunletst ,.pailugfonn
flq Pittotil 0,(tilra fAfionsiv
,

ir you think there are nnly six Weds
discirtible hi the illuotnition above,' you
aro only half right. At least a dozen ob-,
jecto nbtsin in the tist tnvolved.
'ro And the Others' identifi Oath of' the
ohjects shown.. trait; the niers Of otich
ons's name, respectively, luid Palo, ass
necessary tO ',form tha namn -Of another.
'obloot in the lilankl lithiolLaro provided.

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i7'rhe last book of the Old
Testament,
'19Dismotmted.
21Correlative of either.
22Arrow poison.
23,...Of what was Joim the Bap
. tist's girdle made? (Mark 1:8)
' 24-;-Obtain.
25North and South.
27Abound. 1
28Vehicles. -
29Son of Shem (Gen. 10:22) :
30.-Evergreen tree.
31Ruth's second husband (Ruth
334-College; cheer.
34'1'he meat of this animal Win
forbidden as food for th IS
raelited (Lieut. 14:7)
instruthent.
39Near. ,,,
- 40Painful. .",
41Son of JerahMeel (1 Chr. 2:25)
43Indefinite article.
44At no time. ,, ''
, 48For how many years did
Jacob promise to serve Laban?
(Gen. 29:18)
.48Printer's measure&
49She Was a propheteu (Luke
2:36)
51Edible green see& '
53Put down.
55Sacred bird' of ancient Egypt,
57Grain for Mill.
58TooL , r
59Rooms In'a harem.
,, 80Insect. -
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pAIIMER BROWN angry because someone la shppill
1, totink an objebt in bis field al a target.; TO de.,,,,,,sidded
termind what that object is,' draw a continuous line
trni dot to dot, begiffnMs at dot 1 In tlw dlagratt '716-1
above. floW. (Maly tan yoU bt its Outline?
.2 What-Birds Are': Reprerelital?
To sear; thin pumas, itarrant. jobb groni of ....wool
- mall words to form lb. name. a :
- 1.',10:01V wux wurp POOR
IN 'ItOB .; A. DEE A CRICK : eq. !"..1

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? Jane'. ntoney,idded, to one-clunf;
I ''' R ALL RIGH17 7
' 1 :' ter of Eleinor's p11211, It on '
:4 ;- , - ? ' '' ' ,. 14tnnelo Made'', $1,tL .. 80 e.
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How many of the additional objects tan
you diatovert

,
In ease pop need some help getting
Stetted, ell tell yoU the fait efunver:
Z plus BEAR rearranged equals ZEBRA.,
- Another et the missing oblects 13'100
an MIMI; tour axe Items fcrtutd &round
illgolood WM &SPASM, AT VtellIZ 'ttnriri 1
14Log 'Iron 11 Walai lass ;lowly

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' vii.wropaz nummtni
--Tho 32nd liook of Om Old 71Proorastination.
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U016,17,ONTAL ammed -;
I Jilts rudent Sheffer 62Cain' slew hiM (Gen,' .4:8)
f 66Caneet
1:antrell illsthatu'os114,pra: 416:33110,11,. :7e0.1,8Poplanataz holuntIllyinfgamtbitlYa.

72--Birda of prey.
14Prior to. 73Female thicken.
15truit of the oak tree. VERTICAL
, 16musical drama. 71jewel.

2-Anglo-Stotori money.
3-She betrayed Samson ta the
Philistines (Judg. 18:18)
4-Ornamental cords.
5-Dull pain. ,
8-Hawaiian foOd.
7-Symbol for iridium.
0-Serpento
9-No man dated to do this with
the Apostles (Acts 5:13)
10-Choose.
11-Northeast tabbr.)'
12e-One of the places built by the
children of Gad (Num. 32;34)
la-Males of ted deer.
18-City with its suburbs given to
the tribe, of Issachar (1 Chr.
(I:73) -
23-Wi here (poet.)
24-Place which Pharaoh smote
(Jet 47:1)
25--' Mount front which the Lord
shone (Deut. 83:2)
25-Declaim.
' 27-Paul received forty gripes
' e Ove of the Jews (2 Cor
, 11:24)
211-He wee a Inter of the ground.
(Gen. 4:2)
30-Remote.'
34-4,11 countries came to Joseph
in Egypt to buy this (Gen
- 41:57)
32-Has ardent affection. '.
37-Cognomens.
88-Onslaught.
40-Dispatch.
42-The turmeric.-
by King feature(

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, 31,opptng Values
tttat t and Jane
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'mum ins thpir mortal?

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Mg with words bi
the diagrams at
right.. Each dia diagram
gram diagram is based on
,a key word per per.
. per. tatting to roy---
alty. Object is to
' find the mtssing
' letters of each
key word.
, To beght. copy
each of the let letters
ters letters now showing
in,the emsity
, squares directly

VOU CAW have
"."1"7.1 Some fun to3P

45,-A lratuity larthalc)
48Father at Raton' (1 'ICI
ASOMilitary assistant. ;
52-0,Expanded.
53Crippled.
54Cognizant.
, 58Xing of the fleabites
)
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tutalelp eAnoodow Jo luetutmo
lea teem tpxodo) 6310.1108d
4kreq 'woplitipt epee egj, seamen

L.' Saved up their money to go
ahoppthg. Jane's money when
added to on-balf of tleanora

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, and ono-third of 'tpule't amount amount.
. amount. ed t lust $32 How !such had

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be inserted in all
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using r()a syst.erbmenol 1111.1111.111111111111.11111111
- trial -and error,
'rill remaining 111 "REA
,,litatiks of the
lower diagrams , ,
With letters tO fonn short words. A if
Again insert each trial letter hi t
itua tbell' la tat. 1
. all blanks of the same vertical '
:. When iorrect letters Of the key TIUMSilessys
words are found,' all- horizontal ince. To
rows will -contain readable Short Is becensa
word& , the centel
, 'A.nsviert ars giVen 'below tor -ia61 i-, hilethere
,thess who need thent ,, '. 34, eto

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'rank &Alight

, Tatik ug
7 1
''LowUrChaSelt-,"."-",,eevoe"."oo'.",o,"-"-",,re-es
7.; pair kir rare
feel Ash recently,
' he was WWII 1111111ki; slow
te be ilia to lo- btottoior 4ft
tate '', two that 41,, 01 ''''' 01(
- dogolow
-'- woro'' wow motioe--
,:' Thole two 11106.1.14.1111.41
Wert found swim..
ming about is the
group at 414101101101 e
,The remit ining
, ,salipccimmeenreentw
A:quick glance
r at the
may give the Inv
pression that ths Ash ,are ',different, but this. IS
How qtdoldy ean you And. the' exact duplicates
Which Mr. Tank was so pleued te have discovered?
' Thu One minute. ;
After you bus 'located the twins,, Pus the dia dia.
. dia. gram to' -someone else 'Ind see how quickly 'this
person tuut dhicover thent,, :
, wools pot euut-seowns eze Oulal fit

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ght. ;
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tislunt 31:6) i:
rt.-Short for Paired. -
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THIS windmill will not work
, tmless the wingS are hi bal balance.
ance. balance. To make them balance, it
, is necessary to use the, digits in
,, the 'center to form 16 'two-digit
i-, ;lumbers. Tor tastance:' 11, 12,
etc,. ',,
, When these 16 numbers are
' placed in the winchnill'a-, ants,
the Stun of the ntmlbers in each
a the tour arms,' excluding hub
2, ;lumbers, should be equal. ,
,1Iow quickly Cita you balrulce
this mathematical windthill 2-
: One possible solution la ShOlara
;' elsewhere in page. k.

4v...1.1.26,

, Big Little Ganie
14tDDEN
, s, athemaziot.,KA!Tmp
, ,ti letters at right ANGE 1 A
are the munes I L'A R H N
of font. wild in intbirnrct
tbirnrct intbirnrct ins :innate! 0,T R C Z'
N $'0 0 E
-rn can be found byl '
Moving one letter at a thne hori-
zontally or vertically (but not
0.. 'diagonally) in any direction.' C1n
you find them?
frtplalso Inuidmitto
ton 'Map 'ocutoiutri 1,19Allgrif

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Your Move

- By Millard Hopper
Long-thne Open Checkea King
xylirrm can achieve a victory
vig here hi four movesif he
uses the right strategy. It's
White's tum ttnd be's moving up
' the board. Can you play it out? ;.
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s, CUDDLING up to the book about his species, this I5-foot boa
constrictor visits the Jungle Warfare Training Center Library and
demonstrates what interests him most. The proximityof this spe specialized
cialized specialized Jungle library to the actual jungle aide in checking out. in.
formation gained from Irony volumes on jungle lore that the library

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-, WHEN MOSTPEOPLE think of libraries, they have books in mind. However; these Latin Anierican stu al Library Week.
at the records in the Records Section of the library dur ing the open house held last Tuesday in honor of Nation
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BRUCE 0. BLECKET
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-, The United Stataes Army main maintains
tains maintains a ,world-wide system of d dbraries
braries dbraries for its men. One of the
most unique Army -Special Ser.
vices libraries is the Fort Gulick
Post Library.

- It is unsual because it is serving
'the needs of the Latin American of
firers and enlisted men who at.

tend the United States Army Ca
ribbean Sam'.
These Latin American students
represent the armies of the 20 A American
merican American republics and are stuey
Int US- Army concepts of mid.
tary operation- and procedure at
a school that is staffed by bilingual
ILS. Army personnel and operated
exclusively for Latin American&
Stud-ents find themselves intro
duced to the.facilities of the post
library during their firstweek of
classes, when the librarian, Mrs:
Juanita Ai Blakely, ho'ds an open

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'' GRACE, a Spider monkey, along with assistant 1ibrarian PFC
Bernard Rothmeier, checks up on some of Grace's Jungle relatives
rat the Jungle Warfare Training Center Library which maintains
more than 300 specialized jungle boo)ts among its collection.

house and orientation that acquian
students lith the location of the
Lbrary's more than 11,t,.3 vet-Imes
and the large record selection in
the music room.
The Lbrary maintains a con
stantly growing collection of Span
ish language volumes which )it
present numbers elmost 1,000.
These volumes Include every everything
thing everything from Western nove's and
other fiction to history books, geo geography
graphy geography books and even a brand
new 2.6volume Spanish edition o!
the Encyclopedia Britannic.
An average of 150 Latin Arnett
cans per week avail themselves
of the privilege of using tht
brary's facilities for studying, mu
sic listening, browsing or just for
the sake of doing something dif different.
ferent. different. :
Language is one of Mrs. Blake Blakely's
ly's Blakely's biggest problems since the
students speat as Many different
dialects of Spanish as there are
republicans.
, Sometimes a Latin American
student'will come into the libra library
ry library and. ask for a book and the
only way be can convey his mes
sage is through the use of sign
language accompanied by much
picture drawing and frantic ges
tures between timself and the li
brarian.
One student came to the library
two or three times a week and
Immediately went to the reference
section, took the Spanish English
dictionary down and, marched
back to the desk, tO tarry on a
conversation with, thi librarian, re referring
ferring referring to the dictionary for each
word that was used in the conver.,
lotion.

The most often called for books
used ty Ve students are on "bow
to srtak
The !reit ririnilar s:,-,,;e book
in the Si-..anlh section uf the lib.
rary is Leo Toistey's 'War and
reace."
,Approximate1y 0,000 volumes a
year are checked out of the lib.
rary by U.S, and Latin Ameircan
personnel.
AS far as requests for InfOrma.
tion go,- the most unusual One in

the past year was made by U.S.
soller he wanted 4'all the infor
mationavallable on sking diving
for cultured pearls."
Another unusual request, this
time by a Latin American student
"wkat is Walt Disney's ad
dress." It seems that the man
Wanted to write Walt Disney a
letter.-
Requests are all in a dart; work
for librarian, but Mrs. Blake.,
ly says her most frustrating and

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,' i ,' ;,. -HOWARD M. KREIGER -' : ribbean &boo'. ' - students tith the location of the used ty Ve students aro on "how soldier oho wanted 4'all the Infer
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--. t BRUCE 0 BLECKET ' merican republics and are stuey the music room. in the F.,rsanih section of tho lib. Another ttnusual request, this
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'' tams 0 worta-wine system or u- a scnoot that ts stalled by Di lingual Isla Language volumes slum at Approximately 45,000 volumes s I dress." It seems that the man
braries for its men. One of the U.S. Army personnel and operated present !lumbers SIMOEt 1,001 year are checked out of the lih. wanted to write Walt Disney a ,
- most unique Army -Special Ser. exclusively for Latin American& These volumes Include every- rary by U.S, and Latin Ameircan letter.- ..
, vices libraries is the Fort Gulick Students find themselves HAM thing from Western !love's and personnel. Requests are all In a dart! work
' Post LibrarY duced to the.facilities of the post other fiction to history books, geo. AS far as requests for informs for librarian, but Mrs. Blake.,
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is in thia'room that the students
don't hear phones, anJ spend hour
' eter hour listening and talking
about the music from Broadway
shows, from various operas and
- also the music from various West Western
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I is in this.'room that the siudents',
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, book section, the most popular 1..- I ,
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' bow to take care of it, you could
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-- : get information' on feeding and
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- care from th Jungle Warfare 4 ,,, ozi ..-
1 4, ..4,,,, ,.,-,. ,..."..' ,..
, , -.- ',, Training Center Library at Fort - ,
,
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, Sherman, another unusual U.S. Ar- 1 , ,,, , ,
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- ray Library. ' '' ) ' '
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- The Jungle Warfare Training 1 ,
, , ,
,
:. : ., ,, Center, 'or JIITTC as it Is- locally 1
,,
- known,- is a ,function of ,the United
. -,., Itates Army promulgating study
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.- and teaching. of the. art of jungle
' survive
' 1 -The librar-r is one of the
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. thief sources of re'erenee materii
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i ritOme:401,10es,
1 11 used to supplement the actual -, - - ., -. : -- .- , -. : ..- .-. '-,
., study and teaching ofil these jun-
. ', i LATN AMERICAN STUDENTS at the United States Army Carilibean School are avid library fans.' 'rhist group -of studenti ,,,,
,
- -N,. xis survival courses. gives the Fort Gulick Post Library's Spanish book section a thorou gh workout. The Spanish book section ateounts for 1000 of the lib- ,
. , ,
- ' Actually the post of Fort Sher .- -- ,;. .;.., -, 2 ...." .- ' ...- -' ' ' "- -- .'
- ,
- .,, ?-;, malt was without library until .' , .,,,, ' : , '. -", "- : , .'. .. .' ',
: , : t an enthusiastic group 'consisting ,-,-,.. .' , ''. i. a .2., -, : '' .' :, '-' ,, A ' ". ,,-
. ,.. r ,', of Lt. Col. Leslie C.- Wood, chief ., ,, :,- : : -, ' 1 'st"p. ,:--' .. : ; , ', IP- ,, -- ,- ,,, .., .
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-,-,' ' q of USARCARIB Special Services, '.-----s, ,', PA -, , : J ,, PA :' -: 2 '..
, ,-, ,: and two, of his assistants, Mrs. -, ., --- ... .. 2 ,-- . . .. .. .. . .-..
. Halite Moran and -Mrs. Martha ,-,,' '- ' -' ' ' 7 '- ., .- ,'.- f. -- , ,. , '. ,' 1 -t -..- '
, .- - John,-11. Ha'ey, the present lib
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- ., ,:. rarian, to.er.eate a JWTC library,-
- -Permission .was granted by ,, the.
a
' 6' ' United States Army Caribbean and
-
f ,,', I the librar' opened its doors. for
,
, -- - business In 'July of 1956. ,'
, ,,,- ., ,, The library building is it con
' --'i verted radio control buildin; .,
,
-
, ..., .'"' thich was used (luring World War ---
' L, 2, "'ell when the Fort, Sherman air , -
- . -,
-
- ' strip was, a hub of activity.:
:
, -
' ' The building- hasno glasspane ,-
,
' windowsi, only screens,' and as a ::
. ,
i ,, ,, . result l'when an' occasional' light -
.
... -', ,. 7 plane lands on the air strip ever- - ' f '4 1
. ' . T- thing that inot nal'ed down bldw .. ,
, .., -- all over the library. '. - ' , t i.
,
: ' ' At the preseit time, the' library
-'' s, --,- ,,
.
.
,
- bag' over,1,300 volumes of Which :41,1
.
,
' -,- padre than 300, deal ; exclusively .' ,, '. -
' ' --
' , with 'the junc,tle, emphasizing mt- ".. '''-, , -t, 1, '''
,,...,...'....:...,0,.......-,-,..'.,....':,..,:-. ''' ...-,' ..,1,:,. '''''s
. -,
, 1 i '
, litary operation in -the jungle, as -,.. '- ,
i
. -- ', , well 'is elimatology,. geography, ,.. - ',
,
' ' .' and other related material.., As .
, ,
1 far as is known the Jwyg lib, - '
1 rary has more bound volumes a,' ., ,
(c.:
. bout the jungle than any other re, ',,, "---,
.
: ,- ,-, gular Service library,- : ',-- 1,,1--- 'N.
- ,,,
,
, .. - One of the library's printery t
...., ... c t
.- -, functions is to provide background ,,
Material for IWTC instructors. ''
- All new personnel stationed at --
. ,- JWTC are given an orientation ,
,
e .,
f
. , ;
.
, 4- and- approved reading list, -from -,, - 1
, which instructors and -- students --- -.
- 4
, --.
1 '-- i tan gain enormouS amounts 'of '.. , ' ,
, -, background in'ormation not' itor '- ' i '- .' '
. ,,
. ,- rnally"covered in classes. - : '' ' ?
,
' -. .- Volumes run from naturalist ' i '
,
,,,,.
-
' '- books down to an 'old "J
': , Jim novel sonteone &nate& . - ,, ',, -- s
, ,
. '' ;'' '' Requtsti from 'all 'Over the world .- --- - ' '''' ''
,
- tome in to the 'library; With, -a ,'.. I - ' - -' i
,
' . great deal or 'jungle : inforthation . ,,' --" ' 1 .
' ,,- ,"' ,- : : ,being eXchanged with the Austra ...,4 ' '-' -'' .' t e
.
' ' e ', tan Army"Jungle Trainingtenter. ,--' .1. : ,.,4.. ,. Nt ', ''''' ,
. a
' ' ''''' The only.' other 'aiinilar -institu: 7 " '''' "'''' ' '''' : ,' -"' 'f'''',' 0 '": ' 'T' '''' ,,, 6 It, .,', MI ,,,,, ,, 0 , 4., 4- , , . ,.,
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' tion besides Australia's is the -one -- . , , - , , -,.
, Maintained by New 'Zealand. -' RESIDt THE USUAL DISPLAYS of books;the Port Gulick Post Library also makes it a point to display other forms of art
'' ' t and. culture such as theSe, bateas which were produced by hobbyists at the Fort. GulickCraft Shop.. --- .- ,,, .: '",. '
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' SUNDAY APPIL27 '19u - ., ..
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, Of course again, as in the library
; book section, the most popular I..
tem is -.the Living Litnguage re,'
- cord series on ...glow to Speak Eng
lish.11,
Chances are you don't,- but if
- you happen to have a pet boa eon.,
, atrictor and' you want, to learn
, bow to take care of it, you could
get information' on feeding and
care from th Jungle Warfare
Training Center Library at Fort
- Sherman, another unusual U.S. Ar Ar,
, Ar, ray Library..
,
, The Jungle Warfare, Training
,; Center, Or J1ITTC as it Is- locally
: known,- is a ,function of the United
States Army promulgating study
end teaching. of the. art of jungle
aurvival.-The librari is one of thel
,
. chief sources of reerence materi material
al material used to supplement the actual
..atudy and teaching ofil these jun junxis
xis junxis survival courses.
Actually the post of Fort Sher
- ?1', Matt V728 without a library until
: : an enthusiastic group 'consisting
r ,', of Lt. Col. Leslie C.- Wood, chief
'Ter USARCARIB Special Services,
and two, of his assistants, Mrs.
Ilaille Moran 'and -Mrs. Martha
,
Brewster worked with 1st. Lt.
" John,11. Ha'ey, the present lib.,
rarian, to-create a JWTC library,-
- -Permission ,was granted by the
United States Army Caribbean and
, the library' opened its doors. for
business In 'July of 1956.
, The library ,building is a con
verted radio control building
Which was used during World War
"'II when the Fort, Sherman air
, strip was, a. hub of activity.:
: .The building- hasno glaskpaned
., windowsi, only screens, and as a ':
result iwhen an' occasional' light
7 plane lands on the air strip every-
thing that i'not flared down bldw
- all over the library.
At the present time, the' library
nver,..1,300 volumes of Which
Indre than 300, deal ; exclusively
with 'the Junc,fle, emphasizing
litary operation in 'the jungle, as
, well ell rnatology, geography,
and other related material. As
far as is known the JWTC
rary has more bound volumes st:
bout the jungle than any other re,
gular Service library, -
, One of the library's primary
, functions is to provide background
, Material for JWTC instructors.
All new personnel stationed at
PAPrC are given an orientation
, ind- approved reading list, -from
which instructors and students
tan gain enormouS amounts 'of
backgrnund in'ormation not itor.
, malty covered. in classes.
Volumes run. from naturalist
, books down to an 'old "J ungle
Jim"' riovel soMeone &nate&
,
RequestS from 'all over the world
tome to the 'library; with.
great JIM of -jungle inforrhation
being ekchanged with the :Austra,
', tan Army-Jungle Training.Center.
The only.' other Minder -institu:
. tion besides Australia's is the -one
, maintained by New 'Zealand. -.
SUNDAY. APRIL 27.1958

, LATN AMERICAN STUDENTS at
gives the Fort Gulick Post Library's Spanish

BESIDt TUE USUAL DISPLAYS of
and culture such as theSe bateas which were

the United States Army, Caribbean School are avid library fans.' Thht group of studenti
book section a thorou gh workout. The Spanish book section atcounts for 1000 of the lib

books:the iort Gulick Post Library also makes it a point to display other forms of art
produced by hobbyists at the Fort Guliek.Craft Shop. ,



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Whose muscular ard graceful strength
Dwells in the one dimension, length;
Who has no iadiating limb' ;
And yet On waves of land cirfswim; :
Who can from raspberry vines and air
Devise himsetra rocking cher;

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So, then, we were no new device at ail,
We who were born the first fruits of the west.
Or so we fancied. Oh, we stood so tall, ,
We looked abroad and smiled at all the rest: --
They dwelt in Eurove's tombs, they dwelt in shadow;
Their forests fell in dust:. mold and the blight
Lay on the vine: the moss crept on the meadow;
The doom had come on peasant, priest, and knight..
And over ut, who wopld not stoop to glean,
Among the echoes Of their precious word,
Nor doubted that our liberty must mean 7-
The advent of an ultimate accord,
, Bides now an ignorance of all things Old,' :
- A famine of the heart,,and bitter cold.
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--IN A GARDEN '
- (With the usual apologies)
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'' I think tliat I shall never make :
A poem as 11111101.13 as a snake.
' A Snake than can us mammals mock --
Whenas he moves upon a rock: ,

Who worships siln't in the sun;
Who has no projects to be done;
'Who thinks no thought, who makes no s0und,
Preferring to remain profound.
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' Who though from dust be scarce CAn rise,
, Appropriates man's paradise. -,: :
I strive, like Adam, every spring, ;
To conjure that elusive thing, zi
, An Eden, with my hoe and rake :
The Serpent only 09d -could maker' .; 4

TWO THINGS
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' Two things were set '-
, 'That must learn -
- On earth, Vough tears be wet ,
And tire unstinting burn.
, Seek through the flesh: you will rot find
.,
The living likeness Of the raind;
Explore the mind: yeti wilI discern no.trace
, Of matter or its clinging shell of space.
, This learntd, ,pass on, (and presently confess
That neryes lend action to your willfulness..
The boundaries of self evade
The searching of your careful blade, -;
Even to the very end, '" :
, Ancheach by each-refined,
, The two will blend: : , 4..
The flesh, the mind.. - '

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seuhmust 'balm, for its. great 'peed,
'An otherness OnWhiCh to lee&
, The soul must have,-end this no less,
-Surpassage of otherness;
,The soul within Itself must see'
Its ultimate identity,
, And yet must find, as well, afriend
ro be the meaning and the end,;.
So that the proof of self may be
r An infinite pleuralitY. ,
t,: Before the' later shdows loom,
0 Soul, within thine house, make roont.
Niimoms ; 44
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tons annually, fro-iii a high of 140,- ter to Ike, persuaded him to raise
000,000. Meanwhile Russian steel, the 1959 money request for hospi-
Including the satellites, is 10,000,- tal construction to $121,200,000.
000 tons, , - e
, : ' Medical Research --- The &dint
,
,r
No. 3 WIFE nistration ,proposed spending $7,-
- ,- ,. 000,000 less this year on grants for
Congressman ;Walter Judd of medical 'research. Fogarty noted.
Minnesota was quizzing Gen. Laur that the nation today -spends $1 bit
is Norstad, the NATO Command. lion a year on care of the.anental the.anentaler,
er, the.anentaler, at a hearing on foreign eid. tlr ill, yet the White House propos propos,
, propos, -Bail year for the National Institute of
"We seem to be taking some of es to spend only $10 pillion next
our best allies for granted
Judd. "The Chinese have a ,say Mental Health. .. ?.,., .. :r
WASHINGTON PI P ELINE :
ing: 'The old man never sends a, - '
ny flowers to his No. 1 wife. He'
Sherman Adams gave'il tip to
can count on her. 4' A - '
" 'But No. 2 and 3 he Ts not so
Eisenhower just before I George
. Meany and other labor I e'a d e r it
sure about; so he sends them 110W 110Wers
ers 110Wers and tandy ;.
other day.'Adamb told lhe Presi-
. , , :, were ushered into Ike's office the
,-,, WEEK-END WARRIORS?
was calling the. economic slump,
.. , dent that official laborliterature
the '"Eisenhower recession." Ike
Gen. 'Curtis Les May,' crusty c12.
received the labor I e a d e r s
carchewing vice-chief of staff.
with cold formality ..'.41Valter Reu Reuhas
has Reuhas put his foot down On one way
ther and the Auto Workers Unibn
) I are quietly vrganizing a drive for
to save defense money and at the
same time keep reserve pilots in
la .three-menth vacation on paying
t.rTnihqeinilir Force Is now in the -pro .

nest of deliverine filitter
bombers no long?r necessary to
'I" TISA, tO our NATO Bilks
rew U.S. nilott iteftve, duty
are now (manned to fly the r-841".
1,4 Iteterye (Ind Natioonl teluarit
nilott are, ,Thett bad plentv
enothot -exnecionee with the F-RAP
in Fore and wee ready to fly
4'000 nlanet, ecrovq the Atlantio.
N,tional roomi and Resoryo
ett ,hotte to keen un thoir twin,
time.' and this was considered an
'roftolloovt -11 44,tott tinle
tonneir ,to OD Air Force...
rrowever, o -Mot, eonned to
with o vein. Ile didn't like the
Onn "w-nl-nn4 warriors" flyinl
'Motes to roolind. '.;
vat, flit 1,10t0'11 41 hp taxnay
ong 'hi that the'Air roretir hav.?,
1---mot up -active pilots to tlY,'
to..
to the Netional'
(1,--oot 11.it nil -0;lotq tannin
thb function ion whit h
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The art 'of assayingdeter-'
mining the kind and -amount
of metal present in oreis not
new, As long ego as 500 B.C.,1
the, Lydians, determined the'
amount of ,gold jewelry or
an alloy by rubbing it on a
black stonethe touchstone'
The resulting -mark was then
compared with one !nade by a
, louch needle containing a
. knOwn amount of gold. r,
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BABCOCIC'tS

- 'Editor's Note: An minor poet wfio speaks in metrical
' tongue was at last report Prefessor of Philosophy at the
- University ,of New Hampshire. Born In Minneapolis about
73 years ago, Donald C. Babcock has published "Man and
Social Achievement," a study of social evolution. He has won
s regional poetry awards and published one, book of poems,
' "New England Harvest." Babcock is represented in an
anthology of "New Poems," edited by Rolfe Humphries and
published -in paperback, by Ballantine Books,

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FORD INVADES SMALL CAR FIELDPictured above Is the,sedan untt of a six-model
line, latest entrant in the small car field. Built by Ford Motor Company in its Cologae,
Germany, plant, the "Taunus" is two and one-half feet shorter and more than half a ton,
lighter than 6-cylinder models of the domestic "Big Three." It has a 102.5-inch wheelbase,
,twerail length of 1723 inches. Powered by an overhead valve, 4-cylinder engine deliver-4 A
-,, lag 67 h p. at 4,400 Limn, it's said to deliver up to 35,roles 'per gallon in mileage. 4

-The Washington Merry
cv C:ra rZA:S0:1

: WASHINGTON Word that
comes from the oak-paneled walls
of the Duquesne Club in Pittsburgh
is that the iron and steel,moguls
will not hump themselves to break
the recession until they know that
a tax tut is around the eorner.
Under the tax Jaws they can
write off any loss suffered 4 this'
year by carrying luck two years
and carrying forward five years.
This will' pretty well abOsorb this
year's loss. -- - i
On the other hand if they get a
tax cut of even two or three per
cent on the corporate tax and five
per -cent on their personal income
tax, if meant money in the bank
for some years to'conie.' They
know that when taxes-are reduc reduced
ed reduced they tire seldom increased a again
gain again excelpt -in time of national
emergenc. ',
A good many months' ago tho-se
whe control the iron and steel in indititry
dititry indititry agreed to sit tight until
they Ftot a tax cut.' And they're
still sitting. v - .-
This is just' the opp4site of 1953
when these gam& iron. and steal
I.-minis bowed to Serretarv of the
Treasury George Id. Humphrey un
dee tlifferrAlt clrcumstaticeq. ;
In Julv "'"6 the steel milln were
struck. I. 1 -r had demanded' an
iocrease i.0 the steel moguls had
t'.'"4""'4 '''"I )o give it. They were
loainet infl-oion... also of the opt:
inion that-1956 was the timo -10
take a firm stand against spiral spiraling
ing spiraling wage Increases.
' However, 1956 ras also.',,an elec election
tion election 'yet'''. The Rentibliran oation oational
al oational convention wait to be held in
one mon:h end peorno. Itumphrey
long-time power 'In the Iron and
steel itoontrv. and onetime be-Ad
ot the higoest coat romoany i-rt
the world, huddleI privately with
the iron and steel induatrv
beads. -, 4 ,,,
TakinChe '-eol-from him,. thlY
granted a -healthy wale incirease,
filo, toroved rownit ittui nitsgoll rtnre
than bete, the increase on to the
pohlic.
It eriqt the Defense Denotoment
t Innen extra tor flung,- Psokt
ermer' 'date. military hardw'bre.
it A.; .7,,,,( 0,4. opmogoo to hp hst
Ipiped bodoet which' Scretary
I'l" -N nil re y Itndeso lone tried to at

- Gni lc CLAM IS POTENT
Humnhrev is out of sovernmeut
nom -1)Ps hecome head of the N1
tional Steel Corporation. He and
EitAnhower 'littered drastically ov
er the bndqet toward the end, He
,Pot around to hiuldle with ,the,
molula in the Durittesne 'Club
pulistmAntl,
Put- if .Eisenturwer really' model
thA nitch to Butunlyey tot:ether
with such notcnt blench of the Au.
""S'tt Golf Chib pot Gen.-Lucius
rimy, heed of Continental Can:
Sittnec Weinhcre.'head, of -Gold,
mon, Sachs: the Mellon family of
Pittehuceth. the Pew !AWN of Phi
INIelrillta. and the Rockefeller fam
ril vigorouS FicOnhower stny stnyPorters',
Porters', stnyPorters', it seems likely he couM
wet thA icon 4nd oteel Industry to
Ino full blast again.
, Note American steel produe.

I
tion has now dropped to 78,000,000 able. Fogarty wrote 4 strong let lettons
tons lettons annually, from a high of 140,- ter to Ike, persuaded him to raise
000,000. Meanwhile Russian steel, the 1959 money request for hospi-
Including the satellites, is 10,000,- tal construction to $121,200,000.
NO tons, I, : e

'11 -1th
A hsekstnee h,ttle over ea
trr revOliertat; botwo,,,
'",.,"11-Owor eco4om;'"Nrg Dori two
"-1An,to Gt t.tor still II
powl Pen. John Forgarty'
1,1,,AAn Tqfansi,
Fnmn4V. onetima economiser on
unsIth. 1,1g now illssted the White
Pnnse for'the inadenuaey t)f
letrn fmattel nn ,health 4sa fellows:
foa,1 and flora Three, years
own ()veto r'nin 'Hobby. tile '114-
tion'41 first tiealth' Secretary. .an .annointe(1
nointe(1 .annointe(1 a cittiPo's committee 'to
-rflutv kbe V'nott and Drug Admi,,Itr,,tion.-
cvomcofnded trip.
lino Food and Qroctitnds to prO
tAct the nation'si health. So tarno
140,4111 Construction --
'11 whito liousirrstking for 'only
t"M Onel n00. reAnetion At S44.000.-
1100. Findartvrceallo d a lona list of
unnitI pAselcitotion nroieCts to,
'aline $1 041 000,000 which conift
'be started If money were avail.

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withholding taxes., The unt on
olans tv visit unemployment' of
'ices throughout the country and
ask the jobless to sign petitions
urging higher unemployment bane,
fits and a temporary suspension ot
all withholding taxes .4 Congress Congressman
man Congressman Mills of Arkansas, chairman
of the tax-writing Ways and Means
Committee, has told, the -auto ,.in.
dustry bluntly that he sees no rea
son for aboliehiril excise taxes on ;
new ears until the motor- comps
Dies take the initiative by cutting
nrices,.. On the other' head. Mills
bag ordered lig ,staft to draft de-
tailed reeommenAtions for lboost,
Socipl eturity benefits acrosr
the board.

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Answer for Sunday', Feb. 111, CryptoquIps: OUR
PLAND FARMERS WILL" REPLACE DRAFT
WISES. WITH MODERN' TRACTORS.

14.
COMING ATTRACTION- scale model ot the first 1Iniver-;
sity to be built in the kingdom of Laos stands On display UGC
ihe construction Site about live Miles, outside the city of Vien-1
, tlane.'' The Project 'is. sponsored by the American 'Economic
Aid Program. 'When completed; ft)e university will help AU
the great need Tor. trained educators in Laos:

1 J1 'Whe'n- th'e.' Ru"s;ian-s. Lunched
t their sputniks, both amateur and
, professional photographers had a
- to July, 1918 President Wood. mysterious but -now billboard.,
row WilSen decided ts send U. plain advertising industry receives field daY tor should I saw night).
' mad States troops to occupy candid but even-handed dissection The Russian satellites were reta retail
il retail Arch-engolMurmansk area and appraisal at the hands of tively- easy to photograph, and re resultant,
sultant, resultant, phdtos showed. the &eat
of northern Itussia and Vladivos Mayer, a free-lance writer with
tek In tho Far-tast; His dect- no commercials to grind. The re 621 satellite as a thin streak of
light against a black sky.
','itut was mad.. by request of stilt is at once highly readable

, 40 July, 1918 Prosident Wood.
rovt Sell decided to sond U.
re,ed States troops to occuPY
the Arch-ongelMurmansk area
of northern Itussia and Vladivos
ttk tho Par est. His doci doci,sion
,sion doci,sion was made by request of
fib Attiod Hign Commond in
Prance.
The troops- in the north were
-ter guard Allied war supplies.1
-- Those sent to Vladivostok were,
to- guard supplies and to help pro-'
tett the lines of' Czech troops who
bad seized control of the Trans Trans,
, Trans, Siberian railroad. it was a deci decision
sion decision that -marked a turning point
' in Allied relations with the new
Bolshevik government of Russia.
- George F. Kerman, former Amer-
icon ambassador to Moscow and
- this country's foremost expert oit
'Russian affairs, tells of the dra.
' matic months which led to WiL
son's decision in The Decision to i
-Intervem (Princeton Dniverity,
Press).
KennitO's itory .is one of chaos
- in Russia and confusion and mis.
information. in the rinds --of AL
' lied officials as to the real' condi;
.tions to be faced. it Is all t oil
clear now that the Allied inter
vention was a blunder it was
tot) little,and too late, 'tor Ger-.
man defeat lwas close. It brought
' tlefinite break between. the Al.
' lies and the Bolsheviks break
, that is still having its repercuo
sions today:-

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This volume is the occond of
4."-".-, b three books by Kenaan On Savict.
,,, :1-1' ',' Americaa relatioss ,betwees 41917
-' and 1920. s .. I
-1. ' ', I
'''' beside itritainsa Unknown Sol Sol-
- Sol- dior in Westminster Abbey lie
' '' the-remains of Adm. the Earl
' ,. --- of Dundonald, a man whose
,; ,' memory has been strangely Its Its"
" Its" ., elected by a nation not given
I ,. -. to forgetting its naval heroes.
' ,Dundonald .(or Lord Cochrane,
it u, as he was known in the days of
t , his greatest glory) has been sur sur,.,
,., sur,., passed in fame by an illustrious
, : contemporary, Lord Nelson, but
:, 1 '1, to naval commander in history
, can ,boast 'a snore' remarkable
. ,. --; record of individual brilliance ond
4- Extraordinary Seaman by J. P.
-
. W. Mallalleu (Macmillan) is an
, ,- informal biography of the daunt
, .1 less admiral, who was a Century
., head of his Jime in political as
well as military thinking. With
,,-, ,,, one ship, Cochrane harried Napo Napo,
, Napo, -! leon's 'army up and 'down the
- coast 'of Spain for months. With
2- ,- two, he broke the Spanish grin
, .., on Chile and Peru and drove a
, ;- numerically superior ,Portuguese
i. ,,, force out of Brazil. The feats he
, ,! ,, ', might have achieved with a real'
, fleet excite the imagination. ..
'- Mallalleu, a laborite journalist
e.' ., and member Of parliament -whs
' -,' . spent three years in the British
' .- NAT during World War,11, tells
v Cochrane's story with a mixture
.. -'''''' of gusto and understanding that
- : mikes it as exciting as a novel.,
s. ,,
.,
,-, i , Madison Avenue, U., L.A., by
-,.., Martin Mayer (Harper): The once
.

my-sterious but -now billboard-!
plain advertising industry receives
candid but even-handed dissection
and appraisal at the hands of
Mayer, a free-lance writer with
no commercials to grind. The re result
sult result is at once highly readable
and highly informativ-e though
there are times when direct quo
tations from advertising exec u,
tives and ,, anecdotes concerning
their activities put tn. impressive
strain on credibilty.
Mayer discusses the Industry's
, traditions -and folkways, Its
ishes and foibles, all the while
makinu it clar that a grat
teal of hard thinking and labor
As into the, construction an d
labor go Into the construction
of even tho simplest eclvertiss eclvertiss.
. eclvertiss. mint.
The structure and methods of
some of the major agencies, 'and
the technical intricacies involved
in -their Avork are presented with.
out jargon or idolatry.
There are also incisive portrait
of 'advertising executives and
some of their clients. , A
' Mayer's, prescriptions in his fi final
nal final chapter 'may seem 'unword'y
or unworkable, but they 'point
the -way' toward some new think.
ing on a crucial matterthe re rela
la rela tion ship between stimulation Of
consumer' demand. and the ex expansion
pansion expansion u1.1 a highly ,capitalized e.
conomy. '

Phelography ef the United
Stites, space entries' pated e
problem. Both Explorer and
- Vanguard I were less philogeIlia-
because -ef their relatively
small size. ,

' Fiction -,
BY LOVE POSSESSED -.
-, Gould Cozzens
ANATOMY OF A MURDERRob MURDERRobert
ert MURDERRobert Traver ,
RALLY,. ROUND THE FLAG,
BOYS Max Shulman
'T. THE, WHITE WITCH 'gliZa
beth Guudge ---
SOME CAME RUNNINGJames
Jones
BELOW TIIE s SALT Tlyiman
, B., Costain
THE WINTHROP -WOMANAn--ya
Seton

Non-rictioft

PLEASE DON'T kEAT THE DAV
, SIESJean Kerr
KIDS SAY- THE',DARN'DEST
THINGS! Art Linkletter
BARUCH: my OWN STORY ---,
Bernard M.- Baruch
, WHERE DID .YOU GO? OUT.
WHAT DID YOU DO? NOT11-
'' IP:la-Robert Pau! Smith
THE NEW CLASSMilovan

PLANS POWER PLANT ;
NEW ORK (UP) Westing
house, Electric :International Co.
Yesterday announced plans to
build a $3 million power plant in
Ciudad Trulinr capital of the Do.
minican Repot) A

Recently, the first photos of the
I.T. S. aptellites were made avail-.
able through IGY sources. The pic pictures
tures pictures were made with Eater Su Super
per Super Schmidt Meteor tameras and
IGY Satellite. Tracking cameras.
One et these optical giants was
lotated in South Africa and the
other in New Mexico.-
,
The Meteor cauteras have what
has bee described as the "fast "fastest
est "fastest lens in the world" --If4.67.
This approaches the theoretical'
limit of lens seeed. The WY csm-1
eras. which are used for satellite
trackine., have tenses which are
also very fast,
, Moteor cameras normailv toner toner'
' toner' at In pairs. about ll'initos a apart.
part. apart. se that any meteor ettlite
graetwi tan bo oecorattly track
ed ho eomparing its positron on
The esmera synchronNect to
move slowly across the sky in
keeeiny with the movement nt the
stars. These stars anpear station stationary
ary stationary on the film and are used as
reference points.

, -
Th csioPra shitter rotates at
1.88 rpm. ,hence a meteor recore recoreed
ed recoreed dorine Po esoosere in shown as
a series of dashes in the sky.
lInlike .11111, other carriers. the
optical system must 134g taken s snort
nort snort each time the camera is fond fondtPcause
tPcause fondtPcause the eurved film holder
rotognq Photer, Pre' actoally
in the midst of the antics! system.
41n01.2 sheet of film 712 tocht)g
in-ditimeter IS used In the, caremia
en4 it on eorvel 11014.r
Puhich flag an 8-4)6 radinft.'Ishe
tityn is 16.41, 441 r.u."411q' tho hntder
by meanii of vaeonm system.
eince the oPhits Ingnmade A'
teilites Pre AfT111404 hit the ear'h
ftp,utstionsi 01111. 014 rtUntrittylttht
;), them by strPteniealin loested
egmer.c wilt t-othe.

.titintion eft tile tottA.ohano thel
north t.n4, tho density of the up
nor atmosphere.
,
rnoon,Itt inoni fhb
opmAroq, intorrtontinem.,
I ,s1;q1.Art4"00.-C,o, fps ninftA,4 v)ilh
ReCtirPer 10 limo. streator than
nossibln of thia ,titne.
'

PLAN OFFICE "RitAIN"
tONTDON CEIPL,-,Elee'reeiel en;
onow-4 tion ,w111, nro,ame itiffier
mach;nog thot ton reod the morn.
N,tt pv,it 4111r1 tArl ovaeo,Pogt
thilv con loove-,tho oqice for s
re's:14'4041(4f, ttritigh oltnistt cs
enmmointmvitcomes Asia welsoos.,
11, Itooth,,,t,1 Lang Ing
tirgivAoRitO. sold the machines Will
h .h," en,,t,te sivtRwarg to the
tt 11104.1.vei
r0,041,-1 hijlehlrs, will 1m
Ick the 1.fti.t On4 !'this is
Onts thnt, volt ,,renliv
flovo to 'look et. thent yoll colt gin
47,:l.,olt not, fo. 4h1 reit ef the
0.01- vointh font,

Nrw YORK (UP) :"Gold Dig Diggers
gers Diggers of Broadway," one of the earlier-
Hollywood MISSiCalS, re..
membered by most of the movie moviegoers
goers moviegoers of that era because of one
scene Nick tileaS singing "Tip "Tiptoe
toe "Tiptoe .Through the Tulips."
Lucas wasn't the star ail the
show, but ho certainly stole it
with that number. Since then
"Tiptoe Through the Tulips" oL
ways has boort associated with
Nick, lust as "Over the Rain Rainbow"
bow" Rainbow" is with Judy Oar Oar-
- Oar- Althqugh Luca, never became a
Hollywood headliner, he got a around,
round, around, playing in stage ,shows and
night clubs, More 'recently he has
been en television.
Now Decca has recorded a dozen
numbers by Lucas on an LP, that
will cement his old friendships and
should win him new ones. Natur Natur1
1 Natur1 ally "Tiptoe Through !the Tulips"
is included in the selection which
is packaged 'under the t I t I e,
"Painting the Clouds With ,-,Sunshine,"
ano'her memorable, num
ber from "Gold Diggers of Broad

' Hi-fi hi-spots-- The Hollywood
Bowl Orchostrals Capitol record
log of 'Gait, Parisionnas sbaulcl
be tho first LP bought by anr
.
ono getting a rig.
'The traostription splashes' With
color and the technical work is so

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,

"WWII. 10e1.40

n Popular Recon

rAmow 10opoonoPlarr, rO, i.,,6

perfect' that it gives the listener
the feeling of being at the perform.
ince. It also is the most definite
recording of this faM.moving bal ballet...
let... ballet... "Swing Hi Swing Fr is fiae
work by George Siravu and his Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra in 12 pop tunes, among
them "Honeysuckle Rose'' a n d
"My Gal so. (Vik)...Audie Fideli Fidelity
ty Fidelity 'Bag-pipes and Rums" stars
the Oth Regtment Band on'a re remarkable
markable remarkable record that covrs more
than ,the human ear can hear in ins
s ins technique that, gives) More dh,
mensien to the sound.
Selected singles ,,--- "In the Mid Middle
dle Middle of the Blues" by Ricky Hale
Frankiet,' "The Last', Drag" by
the Hilltoopers (Mercury), "Mod.
can Rock" by Carl "Ace" Carter
(Dot), '"Ilow Can You Lose"- by
Count Basie featuring Joe Williams
(Roulette). '
Record to' Watch "It londe
Bombshelr by'Don Rondo (Jubi.
lee). It looks as if Rend, who nev never
er never vests thin, has another big hit.
- Show TimeCole Porter's mu.
sic for the recent TV spectacular;
"Aladdin," is captured on a Colum Columbia
bia Columbia LP.
For Connoisseurs ''Erich Kunz
Sines German .Vniversity Songs''
(Vol. 2). This excellent Vanguard
recordine should go great with col.
lege sophisticates, those who en enjoy
joy enjoy a male chorus and collectors
searching for something different,

o'. and member 61 parliament ,whs ". I ., . ,- -,,, ", 1,,
. : ..-, color and tne tecnnicat NVOTK IS soisearcmng tor someining oulereni,
..,,,,,,..,,-..-....,;
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''''' '. ' ------ - .. 11. . 1 re'erence "'Its Th h th Tulips." chestra in 12 pop tunes among
' dier in Westminster Abbey lie , . ', ,, The 'cii.04,11 shitta'r Totat'es at Lucas wasn't rho star til the them "Honeysuckle Rose'' a n d
' -:' the -remains of Adm. tho Earl Fiction' 1.88 rpm- lience a meteor recant recant,
, recant, i' pd diming nil exoust,re In shown as show but ho certainly stole it "My Gal Bar' (Vik)...Audio Fidel',
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- memory has been strangely tss- BY LOVE POSSESSED -.. Jaines a, series of dashes in the sky. "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" oL the Oth Regtment Band on a re re'
' re' ., elected by a nation not given Gould Cozzens ways has b t d with markable record that covers more,,,,
een associa e ,
- to forgetting its naval heroes. ANATOMY OF A MURDERRob- R.I1 k
1 ,' - ' '' : ' St k hi t u0 r oh Rain- than ,the human ear can hear in
fis 1, iC 6 aS V.
II ....i .e "my, o,,..er camera, Lile
' x Dundonald ,(or Lord Cochrane, ert Traver optical system must be taken a- ,. ,
bow" Is -linked with Judy Oar- a 'technique that, gives) More dh,
It as he was known in the days of RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, nort onch time the camera is Inn& I VICI mension to the sound-
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i, his greatest glory) has been sur- BOYS Max Shulman ed ,ii-cause the curved film hol e I h. h L '' 'b ' ----,- s
ti r A t qug ucas never etame a , .,.,..
'0, -'., pissed in fame by an illustrious 'T THE, WHITE WITCH ,-- gliza- 4
411 totngnq ohntter, ore' actnally "I th
Hollywood headliner, he got a- Selected singles ,.... n e Mid Mid.
. Mid. contemporary, Lord Nelson, but beth Goudge - 'A in the midst of thr, ontical system.
round playing in stage ,shows and dle of the Blues" by Ricky Hale
1 I to naval commander In history SOME, CAME RUNNINGJames I b M tl h h F kie) "The Last'Drag" by
night c u s, ore recen y e as ran , ,,
A -41"DIA xhe' fsf film 712 tr'ehr b n en tel ViSln M
.' boast 'a snore' remarkable
: can Jones , - In-lborneter IS used In ths came a ee e the Hilltoppers ( ercury), Mem.
. ----. record of Individual brilliance and w R k" b Carl "Ace" Carter
1 h 1.; Now Decca has recordea a dozen can oc y ,,
1..4 At on eorvol fi ol 0 or
DELOW TIIEs SALT ,- Tlyimas a ,,
';,,.' daring: ' ' B. Costain 1 . which hag an 8-inch radius.Ishe numbers by Lucas on an LP, that (Dot), 'How Can You Lose by
' ' ' ' ' THE WINTHROP WOMANLAn- 'gm is ho)1 m-t oosios, tho glider will cement his ol friends ps an
d hi d CoUnI Basie featuring Joe Williams
' , Extraordinary Seaman by J. P. c i iya
ya iya oe,,on . ., a should win him new ones. Natur- (Roulette).
, by .means of vae inm system.
- W. Mallalieu (Macmillan) is an e,oce the (whits 01 otion-made s- alb! "T t Throu lothe Tulips" Record to' Watch "B 1 o n d e
. informal biography of the daunt- ., , ,Jklon-Piction.',' ., teilitms pre piteete4 by tbo epr'b. IP 6. g I If h Bombshelr by'Don Rondo (Jubi (Jubiis
is (Jubiis included lb the se ection syt ic
''' 1 ,,less admiral, who was a century ,' I I el. It looks as if Rend, who nev- -'
"''',,,44,060,,o1 Poll, 0.4 ouniporatis,, is packaged 'under the t I e, e
-. '..i- ahead of his Jime in political as T THF 'DAI
PLEASE DON T ,,EA !, t thin has another big hit.
"' II Ti. r thinking.
we as mi i a y with SIESJean Kerr a them by str,tenteallk loestwt "Painting the Clouds With ,,,Sun- er wea s . int,.
tqv eqrwr.41 wiu 4rt-w. wtw I iew shine," ano'her memorable, num Show TimeCole Porter's i.
',,- one Ship, Cochrane harried Napo- KIDS SAY- T E',DARNDEST ''''
AHt Li ki tt ""tlAtt 61 the tono, obsno bit the ber from "Gold Diggers of Broad- sic for the recent TV spectacular,
,' ''' -! leon's Ormy up and 'down the THINGS) IT r wN ns eo er ;
of,rth owl th,o density of the up wa3'" ' "Aladdin," is captured on a Colum Colum-
- Colum- coast 'of Spain for months. With BARUCH. y 0 T Rye
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'., ,- two, he broke the Spanis ,
h grip ,, Bernard M.- Baruch
, ner atmosphere.
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' ' Hi-fi hi-spots The Hollywood or onnoisseu s r
, , on Chile and Peru and drove a WHERE DID YOU GO? OUT. ,, ,,,.';'' ,- :
4i. Bowl Orchestra's Capitol record Sings German .tIniversity Songs
-- numerically superior ,Portuguese WHAT DID YO,U DO? NOTIL '1""'"'" 's r'''''''''' '1"'1" "" i hi (Vol 2). This excellent Vanguard
t P I Smith
i force out of Brazil. 'rhe feats he '' INGRoberAs au romoro will.fpilow intomonfil,n. ing of 'Gaits Paris inn. shou .
D-1' -I Aotrow-o.-f,,, h &nit.; ,iii, ok,,, be the first LP bought, by kinr 1
recording should go great with col.
SMilovan i
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professional photographers had a
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- rout Wilson fifttkistd to send U. plain sdvertising Industry receives field dal' tor should saw night).
The Russian satellites were reta-, it s'
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row- Wilson deckled to send U. plain sdvertiszi ladustrY rece-irv-e-s field day tut should saw nightt.1 - 11
rtied States troops to occupy candid but even-handed dissection The Russian satellites were tela-1
drchonoolMurmansk area and appraisal at the hands of tively- easy te pbtrtograph, and red 16(t
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' By DICK KLEINER
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' NEW YORK (NEA) Light is
the word of spring shoes., And
, if you want two words for spring
shoes, try light and narrow.
" --Actually, the narrowness probab-.
ly comes first, and the lightness
more or less follow; automatical automatical'
' automatical' ly. Shoes-these days must be nig.-
row, to fit in with the narrow or
slim lo-bkstarted by the Ivy styles.
. Noth'ing would look 'worse than a
slim pair .of trousers worn with
; big, bulky, wide shoes. You'd lok
Iike a giraffe in sno shoes. c.
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Y So the shoe disigners were fac faced
ed faced with the necessity of creating
goottlooking narrow. shoes. They They'
' They' 've succeeded 'admirably 'As a
' by-product of this, they've made
- intelligent use of -new lightweight
leathers: which fit in nicely with
the basic narrow trend.

flat,
lp hi Rent if You
an Raise Cale,

MESA,-.Ariz. (UP) Supersti.
tion Mountain, the Lost, Dutch Dutchmai
mai Dutchmai Mine, Whiskey, Spring and
, Tortilla Flat are now available.
-' -This primitive segment of Art Art,
, Art, xona remains as untouched as in
the days of the Old, West. -It is
only some 20 ,miles from Phoe Phoenix,
nix, Phoenix, and Mesa which are bulging
at ,the Seams with - modern
A growth,' and tourists.
Yes, there'll land available in
i the historic area -- 10I sections
or about 65,000 acresif you want
; to take Alp ranChing. Just a mat mat-
- mat- ter of $200,000 and you can buy
, upk4he razing lease plus 1 v
stock said to be ...valued at $65,-
- You ean also look for. the Lost
Dutchman 'Mine and follow the
Apache trail on this land,' most
of which stands' on end. -This
, mine is, said to contain a large
vein, of raw gold..v;
, Old Jake Walser who found It
brought out plenty of evidence,
: but no one could trail Jake to the
source, and 2olks have been look..
for-the mine ever Since Jake
, died, almost 70 years ago.
Superstition Mountain,, also in
the, 701 sections, is part of
dian legend. It was,sort of ata ata.
. ata. boo place inhabited by gods and
' devils' and "the little people."
, Spaniards from Mexico seeking
, gold found it there, and many uf
them lost their lives, in' battles
with the Apaches. 2

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The grazing ease is now own-1
id by 'Gertrude Barkley and her
son,,,William, who operate t h e
Bark'? ranch. The lease if from
-the fe eral government as this is
part of the Tonto National For For''
'' For'' The' lease ropier that 180
cows, 10 bulls and 10 horses be
mainteined on the land. I s
means that the herd inexeases,by
'about-140 each, year, end the in.
, 'creak" must be takeh off when
they' are yeerlings., The roundup
; -le in May, and the yearlings have
to be off the land by, Joe.

Some other shoe news:.
There's 'it small trend toward
square-toed shoes. This is start starting,,as
ing,,as starting,,as do so many shoe styles,
with slip-ons. You'll find square squaretoee
toee squaretoee slip-ons in several leathers
--smooth,- textured, embossed,
brushed.
Another trend is concerned With
stitching. Usually this important
facet of shbe construction is kept
as unobtrusive as possible, but
some new spring models have
emphasized stitching. A few have
the "baseball" 'stitchthe same
as is used to keep a baseball from
losing its insidesend others are
hand-laced:: ,,

: TOONERVILLE
REAEBUNKPORT, Mi. (UP)
The famous 'roonerville Trolley
now "runs" along the walls of
the Trolley, Museum here. Fon.
tained Fox;:,creator of the news newspaper
paper newspaper cartoon of,yesteryear which
featured ,the, erratic little trolley,
has presented original drawings of
hls cartoons to the tm useum
which has a collection of 63 old
trolley cars ()f various sizes, -and
shapes., , :
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'-,,'There's no, uniformity to the 1 1
number of eyelets. You'll find shoes ,
with everything from two to five
eyelets, and all are now ionsider ionsidered
ed ionsidered acceptable for business-, -use- Abe-.
1Fruft ol
Three seems to be a happy num- dog rot,.
ber, with more three-eyelet, models
vArternol
then any other nifinber, 1 , repast
Soles are continuing last sum summer's
mer's summer's trend to lighter, more flex- 12coonng
ible leathers, too. The heavy rub- inatru
'4;1Guiding
ber ripple soles are moresfor wint. .r- went 1
er' wear, of course.) ,
Color' 'continues the same, It 18,Flow
changes very little 9ver the years.' 20,poplar
BrOWI1S of varying shades are- the 21Mean'
most popular, except for the? most 423Clostal
fromal sboes. Then black'', steps region 1
in. 4pme neutral shadesincluding-
ole called canyon sandare ?. Melia
Nvestern
around biit not too important. In 24plaea
strict casual shoes, .you'll find I again
some wild qinga, like brushed
leathers' in ))eige,,, olive and 'Ioden servath
green., But mostly shoes are pret-il 26Silence
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DUKE SNIDER, home run king of the Dodgers, was 0 ANNOUNCEMENT THAT THE Panamt government 0 THE uNrrED STATES and -Soviet Russia tangled.
restored to the payroll Thursday by manager Walt Alston had authorized thb U.S. government to conduct In arguments on three diplomatic fronts last week.
after .st one-day suspension for injuring his arm while hilltop surveys in Paname territory for possible mill- Russia charged in the United Nations that American
skylarking prior to Wednesday't game. tary radar stations brought strong hints from Eana- nuclear-weapon planes were endangering peace by
Dodger Vice President and- General lianager E. 3; mi Assemblymen. - flying over the lactic In prozdmity to the borders of
IBuzzY) Ravasi Bald Snider was being docked one day's Pointing out that any agreement that znay be reach- the Soviet Upion.
pay for his inability to play in Wednesday night's game ed between the Panama and the U.S. government ' ", -
with the Cubs. Tbe Falibrook, Calif., outfielder receives would need approval by the Nationsl Assembly be- Soviet Premier Nikita 'S. Khrushchev, In a letter to
an estimated $42,000 and the one day's loss of pay cost fore it could become effective, one Assemblyman President Eisenhower, rejected American proposals tor
, 197s. pointed out that his colleagues would not be too eager a study of possible disarmament cont;o1a. He agent
, to give It their approval if certain provisions ot the called on the United States to follow Rnasia's example
Alston put Snider into Thursday's lineup against the 1955 Panami-US. treaty ere not approved by the US. and suspend tests of nuclear weapons..
Cubs after watchmg Ids left fielder bat and throw and Congress. also complained bitterly of the threat which A Adeciding
deciding Adeciding he War readY, These provisions Include the equal pay for equal merican air bases in foreign tountries present to the
"At $275 a day, I can't afford not to play," Snider work clause which must be Implemented by Con- Soviet Union, 03 well as of the Arctic flights.
said as he warmed up his threwing arm before the game. tress. - The United Sta,tes, Britain and France called on
, 0 The statement by the Assemblyman brought to Russia to get down to business If it really wants a
' The Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Rediegs com- mind the fact that the National Assembly's re-.' Summit conference on world Issues,
pleteu a straignt deal mvolvipg two playets. fusal te ratify an agreement of defense sites In , ,
Incuans gave up 33-year-old-uunty infielder Fred Paname during len, led to the mediate with- --The three Western allies asked that Soviet Foreign
Hatfield in exchange 'Or 30-Year-old right-hander Bob drawal of CS. forces from all bases in the Repub- Minister Andrei A. Gromyko star four-man talks with
LleVeland nad obtained klattield in a traae wan lie of Fanelli& , their onahassadors In Moscow on vrenarations for the
the tnicago Waite Sox lan winter. Kelly, who tormeriy summit conference. They insisted also that the ern ern'
' ern' pitehed tor the Chicago Cubs, spent last season witn It was learned later this week that a visual survey bessedorial talks mint include the substance of East.'
nehtrIllis whAra Witri CTSIMPAI and ingt it by helicopter of two possible radar sites was conduct- WeSt issues which mleht be discussed at the summit

, :- ', '' ,, --- 0 P1 C-6 !mini! tba trolen Mailable, nrowever. no details as ws''' eitowAed as obeervere rell-oel out of the meet meet-
- meet- ; Light heaVyweight champion Archie Moore and Ger- en the eeture of the whanssee wore Oven. 1 -e"s- fee .: ,, : .. cf, : -',,,,, '
niany's Willie Besmanoff will meet in a 10-round non- Tb- now mules arrived on the tetnmus in- Decem- "'Nora wee one eigritfleeet rteeintionlet from the
title fight on the eve et the Kentucky Derb.' The May 1--,..r. ,se.11 won, moeto two month Rom het- It wee, ee.11,..4... el-00.4,- ,o-rnehave44, ,e-Inevestdor ef nnlares.
2nd fight at Louisville, Kentucky, replaces a previously e.,,eut thee enfant vont, null barer.. throw tee 'lariat ?AU wr"n of U... ygoottni trotatittm frntyt Trrering do.
scheduled bout between Gene Fullmer and Franz Szuzi- 11Nr0 Wheels Yell off In one test. it was reported. ' rdnation,in the 1056 revolt. remelned In his seat.
ma. The originally scheduled match was called off be- n : .- , 0 ....., ,.., .. ,
cause Fullmer- is suffering from at kidney infection. roily. tosot-ratt.no whn feeed dismissal from null, .)1 votwvie1 tirttn footrbt or lupe, IA within Me feet et
- -- o tolvt f011elvoroo 1, ri Inyesteretion of commissary fend weeet40.4 let..ribouree )1oftio. Pn.rpt neeetee oeente
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Pro basketball may return to the eity et chicago- seeeteeee. hew, beer' reelnefetee or....004 '1Ar Ivey govlo ontfor observation today. at
l'he National Basketball Association Board of Governors Je,e,,se t, e..9,1 oss "rocis awt,,C10. the union DI-swlet raf Columbia. Posnitel. -
eaanimously agreed to consider I franchise for Chicago teree P 44.'0411'114A PletWPS elnce three employes they Seeret Service etrente Identified the woman as Mrs.
which would go into effect for the 1959-60 season. The re-...0,1-.4 wee. re-teetated. Pinta, winch of nrooeitee. Mere. Phe anornached the
Beard threw open to anyone the chance of putting pro Te,. ,1,....eal ..ereeeled ber OWn MM. : ip4ortdi neeenlent end Male rieenhnwer Thursday as
baeketball beck in the' windy City:However, a N-B-A of, .'. ." .., , thew lett the Emithennien Tnetitution.' --'s,-
ecial said Max Winter et Minneanolis probably would be The Canal announced that Gov. W. E. Potter acted wr new lo get to talm,7, She screamed -when agents
, given first consideration on a Chicego franchise. Winter on a rN!ommendation of a grievance advisory coin- etonned bet. ... ,, ,,, ,. ,....., t, ,, -- -, ,,,
was the- chiee applicant. , ' ',lane' te transfer. rather than 'dismiss from service .. ', '. .- , .
' ',-- -- '- o the. employes whose rases were heard. ." .' The nreildent. looking dumb-lounded, commenter'
' The Man who coached the last 'three tl-C Olympic , Nine cases will still be aired.- Eleven employer are T'I'e eorrv's as agents hustled Mrs. Finch into a car
weightlifting teams will handle the Americans against a being represented by attorney :Charles Ramirez. end took the small, redhalred woman to a field of of'.
'. of'. Russian team next' month. .. '---.- - 0 --- -- s nee. . .. - .- -,... ,-- s ,
. -- ," : '' A foie-year-old suit filed by 117 Canal pilots secret Serylce Chief ILE, Baughman said, the same'
- Bob Hoffman of York,' Pennsylvania will coach the against the Panam Canal Company is nearing WOMen tried to get In the White House gate a week
' squad meeting the Soviet team in Chicago On May 12 its ena. ". atro. She rave her age as 42 then end 27 Thursday.
s and at New York on May 17. Ili,ffman warned that the This week lawyer ter both sides agreed not te ". In' Dorchester, Mass, her :brotber Louie 'Di Cicco,
, Americatis must be at their peak'to beat the Russians. apneal Judge Guthrie F. Crowe's decision, and now told news Mrs.' Finch had toured the nation as a
',- lie pointed out that the Russians have five Million '' It in 00 to accountants to figure up the wages and .,. niehtelub dancer tor 15 or 20years under the name
weightlifting enthusiasts which to pick a team. He tud -' eyertime nay due the plaintiffs. ". , of "'Ginger Carroll.", :--, 4' ' '' "' ' '
a weightlifting star in Russia i ae popular as Ted Wil- yudee crowes decision. banded down' an; le .......... 0 ......,. .. :, s. , ..,
films or Mickey 3gantle in the T.T.S. '-. ' represented a partial victory for the pilots. 'Time tenet of theITS take on their annual checker-
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- : :-, 0 ---- , ---- 0 , e board look todav as more than halt of the.states, a-
- A.13-to-one shot named "Plion's probably earned 11 The tans finally tame this week to break one of lone with the District of Columbia,, go on daylight
. starting. berth in the 'Mae 3rd Kentucky Derby by erin- the longest and hottest Beetle of weather ever experi- sayine time or "fast times for the summer months.
s zing the Blue Grass Stakes,- s '- enced on the isthmus. Zonlans breathed a little easier A Inalor factor which has Influenced many areas to
s. s ,- ' ' - -"" Pfter the rains which helped temperetures drop from -adopt da'ylight saving time Is Its use by the Federal
Pilo. under Dave Ere, Was at home ln the slonin''' the record-breaking 90's to a low of 72 degrees.- -- government. Military 'poste, throughout the nation as
going at Keeneland and finished three-ouarters of a , ,, --- 0 --- .' ' well as federal offices, officially switched 'to daylight
. lenerth te the good in the Mile and one eighth grind., An- ,In Canal Zone courts this week, a Partami. truck- ravings time at 2 am: .(local time) today. e
other outsider "Warren G's was second, "Flamin- driver judged to be responsible tor the deaths of live '' , ,,, : ,, -,,.. -: -
go" third. a leneth and ens quarter hack, and "Can persons In a chive -was given -a three-year sentence Federal observance, of DST ende it 2 tore local time
", Trust" mised show' monev by a nese. All tour figure to which,was susnended for five steam on the charge of Oct. 28. Most areas which follow the Federal time pat pat.
. pat. run in the Derby-- esnecially it the tontine is heavy., ,,, Involuntary manslaughter Defendant In the case. tern beenuse of military Installations keep the same
.. .,- Ilion maid $3060,114.20 anti 110.2e.,,,Warren ,(1 re- which involved one of the worst traffic accidents In detes Eycept tor some Federal ,patches, the South
- turned 317.80 and 610.60 while Flamingo paid six-60.- Canal Zone history, 'was Alfredo Marin. I yen remain on standard time. -s,,,,;, -, -
- , 0 --,..... , :' -Ain unemnloyed American, Charles II. Lester, was A few abates nart nt Pennsyreanik Nevada, Califor Califor'
' Califor' Ling-shot "One-Eyed Eine upset favored "Promise fmand eullty on three counts of forgery inVOlVing net., end Dlinote have'. announced Sent.' 28 as the
- ed Lang" to Wio the 150.000 added Lincoln ,s Specie! at verve checks, but got off with a suspended sentence switeh-back date. bin-operating 'under local cotton,
, Lincoln Downs. Promised T,and, finished third. two -and when he Wan tried in court. ,. ; ' -, Ilse 18 countries committed to the time Change todav
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- Castle's set the early pace. but One-Eveee Kiel came .. ; .. ., ..., : 1, ., ,,, 1,,,, ,, , ..,,, .,, ,-. -.s teem 011 extend the 'period pas the last Sunday in
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' ,,,' Funeral serefeel er,?re' held a, Thursday for football tvea404 iffsaA C 45 : ,:!7' : t,,, New York time which becomes daylight saving time
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, ran of ramp coach Frank "Buck" O'Neill. The. 82-weare LO '''''.1. - ,- ,, .. s ", ' t011aVi '4. '' s"'''' o'' '' ' ' ," ' ''' 4: '
; old O'Neill died at hie home in Hamilton. New York.-- ,- s., --, ,.. ' ,.,:', ,,.. ,,, ,-, ,,, The fine network has- arranged fot tined versions
Monday after a tong illness. During his PO wear' of ' ',' .,' ' -, -3 of the shows te be used in other areas this year to,
toaehing. O'Neill served at Coleate. Colembia. -gyraenee -, e ,,, avntd prime ef the time esariguelote The other mapri
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restored to the payroll Thursday by manager Walt Alston had authorized thb U.S. government to conduct In arguments on three diplomatic fronts last week.
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. after .st one-day suspension for injuring his arm while hilltop surveys in Panama territory for possible mill- Russia charged in the Urilted Nations that American
skylarking prior to Wednesday't game. tary radar stations brought strong hints from Fana- nuclear-weapon planes were endangering peace by
Dodger Viet President and- General lianager E. J.' mi Assemblymen. . - - flying over the lactic in prtedmity to the borders of
' IBuzzY) Ravasi Bald Snider was being docked one day's Pointing out that any agreement that may be reach- the Soviet Rnion. ,.. .. ,
pay for his inability to play in Wednesday night's game ed between the Panama and the U.S. government ' ", -- -
with the Cubs. Tbe Eallbrook, Calif., outfielder receives would need approval by the National Assembly be- Soviet Premier Nikita 'S. Khrushchev, In a letter to
an estimated $42,000 and the one day's loss of pay cost fore it could become effective, one Assemblyman President Eisenhower, rejected American proposals tor
, 197s. . -:, pointed out that his colleagues would not be too eager a study of possible disarmament cont;o1a. He agani.
., T-"-.. ,. - to give it their approval if certain provisions ot the called on the United States to follow Rhula's example ,,
' Alston put Snider into Thursday's lineup against the 1955 Panamk-U.S. treaty lire not approved by the US. and suspend tests of nuclear weapons..
- Cubs atter watchmg bis left fielder bat and throw and Congress. tie also complained bitterly of the threat which A A'
' A' deciding he War readY, ' These provisions Include the equal pay for equal merican air bases in foreign tountries present to the
' "At $275 a day, I can't afford not to play," Snider work clause which must be implemented by Cen-- Soviet Union, as well as of the Arctic flights.
' said as he warmed up his threwing arm before the game. tress. - s- The United Sta,tes, Britain and France called on
, , --.. 0 --- - The statement by the Assemblyman brought to .- Russia to get down to business If it really wants a
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, - The Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Redlegs com- mind the fact that the National Assembly's re-,' ,,'
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, 0 ' ed last Mondav by a group of U.S. Army officials and efolferPnCe, pot merely ottysical Prranaements for It.
representatives of the Panamit government. nrrmvirn h4,1 nrevioilliv receivPd the envoys senarate
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, 0- trvinuto avoid detailed discussions of cold war
Dort that tnev are trvmg to swunt two deals.

or bauxite mining signed witn the Panama govern- comnfaint that American Arctic flying planes endan-c-atclier
and two pitcheis To Cleveland ment. brought immediate reaction from the Perma- gerygi begee.
tor southpaw Don Mossi and a catcher.
, nent Legislative Committee of the National Assembly. PHA et the '11 members 'of the Securitv Council
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