The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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Jubilant Algiers Hails :
Iron-Fisted Soustelle

' ALGIERS May 17 (UP) Jacques Soustelle, chief political supporter" of th army
coup in Algiers and right hand man of Gen. Charles de Gaulle, arrived here today after
escaoing heavy police surveillance Jn Paris. ; ;'
The Army-controlled Algiers radio said Soustelle had joined the m.lrtary junta m
the ffovernor's palace and it called upon the 600,000 European and Moslem citizens of
Aimers 'to mass before the palace for a jubilant welcome for the right-vv.ng leader
. Soustelle, 46, is a former governor-general of Algeria and a Gaull.st member of the
Na?T' Sfi'LtiDaten for an iron-fisted policy in North Africa helped brings down

the government of former .premier Felix Gai Hard and brought France to its current crisis.

OXienaa its orgaiiiiaiiyii ri

day by ttting up provinc.
wid "Committo of Public Saf
ty", o eoordintt th work of
similar local committees in ci cities
ties cities and towns throughout Algo.

r...,tnria Vink rippn Tjlaced un.

der police guard in hisparlment
shortly after the military com.
mander in Algeria formed .their

junta early this weeic
ed their allegiance J e GauUe.
Report laid ht had fl'f
p.ris hi wav of Spain with the
able to dt Caulla.. !,
- Trucks with loudspeakers Uroar.
t.A throuCh the streets -of the mil.
too capUal of France's "overseas
province" broadcasting his arm-
1. ;

They urged Europeans i and Mos Mos-i
i Mos-i oiik to Give Sousteue a
"Mm. ihhe Forum-the

. Snust.llt arrived a

. .1 u..

IKQ HI TV. Al.ri. it

tightened ivs 9r'P "

Salan,

It

ercise civil ana miuiary power-

to maintain order and to carry

on the fight against the Algerian

nationalist rebels.

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q. Oncntln Prison

con

Mpcisions tor

was

ffir V KB-LSS

Four i n o u

convicts

sunshine or;

'.raw ed in the hot sunshine o..
H-rawieu i Thursday to lis-

the DBseMu r -d 623

. tn i.r dun :

, mil

u. .j ,h for God m

fame torwu --- .

'ri.Sn,.nnkPsman for Graham's

7 Opened at an"evangelistic service

anywhere

It takes great courage for men

Grahanw

" r".:, wtns for cod

The re'ationof the committee
brought the e nt i r e northwest
Africa,' overseas province under
the control of the mi itary. civilian
junta thich seized power in Al.
giers Tuesday and pushed France
to the brink of civil war.
A crowd of 20,000 swarmed
into the center of Algiers shouting
"De Gaulle to power." More
than half of those in the crowd
were pro French Moslems who
streamed out of the casbah to
join the rally.

Banners overhead proclaimed

"we want to be French."

The banners urged support ? for
Generals Raoul Salan and Jacque

Massu. the two French comman

ders, who now control Algena

and are De Gaullists.

Massu, wearing the battle dress

of a oaratrooper. told his sup

nnrt.prs thiv have dven the world

"the most beautiful example oi
patriotism and foresight" in turn-

ing on' the ; French civilian: re.
gime. ,

Civilian Junta member Leon

Delbecque said the committee
was under the "high authority

of Gen. ; Raoul Salan. the AL

gerian commander.

The committee took its name

from the regime which in the

18th century deposed and guillo.

tined King Louis XVI and Marie

Antoinette.-:-';.-' '"'JH-

Although Salan technically s

the military representative of the
Paris government : in Algiers, he
has thrown in his lot with the
junta.
In an order of the day to the
400,000 troops in Algeria. Salan
declared that he intended, to ex.

US Tanks, Possibly
Troops, To Protect

Lebanon AmericEns

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UP)-

Tho TThitpH states is sending

tanks to Lebanon and is preparea

to land troops, too, "if the Leba Lebanese
nese Lebanese Government requiests them

to protect American lives.
The State-Department announc
ed plans i to send an undisclosed

numnpr or laims wi ijcuouuji u

t.hn niar future."

Meanwhile: it was learned that

Secretary of .State John Foster
Dulles told key senators In a se.

cret meeting late Thursday tnau
he would recommend dispatch of
American troops, too; if President
Camille Chamoun'a Government
asks for them.
The troops, Dulles said would
be used only if needed ,to protect
the lives of Americans in Leba.
non.
Dulles' meeting was with Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate leaders of both parties and a
few members of the Senate For For-eign
eign For-eign Relations Committee.
Dulles, it was reported, did not
discuss possible dispatch of troops
in terms of the Eisenhower Mid.
die East. Doctrine. : Under the
Doctrine, approved by Congress
last year, the United States
could send aid to any M i d d e

East nation requesting it if that
country were threatened by inter,
national Com munism :
Lebanon blames its disorder?
on the new United Arab Repub.
lie headed by President Gamal
Abdel Nasser. -, f ,VV

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I -''iifo-iiiiiiiiiiiiinin-Tni ii in xt-s.

National

ENTHUSIASTIC PUPILS Sp3 Ed ftitter ot Fort Amador and Mrs. Betty Haberstlck. Amador
service clujj director, brush up on the fine points of Latin dancinsc under the instruction pf
Antonio Jose' Giraldez Lanle. The weekly class, featuring the merengue. bolero anar chacha i
cha, Is one of the popular programs belni? conducted at the service club. (U.S. Army fhoto)

izatioii

Of PC Also Bus

For Blaclilisiing

The 39th annual convention of the American Leqion.

Department of the Panama Canal, is expected to co'mt

out strongly today against any proposal to fly the Pana

manian flag over the, Canal Zone.

Panamanian authorities are presently studyingmeth

ods of approaching the United States government with

such a proposal. j

v The convention, going into its second day in, the Mar-

garita clubhouse is scheduled to (Consider a report on un-

orriciai ranamanian proposals o narionauze rne uanai.

A Leg lo. spokesman said' last night it was certain
that the convention would utterly oppose any such pro proposals,
posals, proposals, orany proposals for internationalization of the

Republican Says Nixoh-Tour Investigation

Designed To Embarrass :e, Nxbn, Dues

WASHINCTOV. Maj 17 (UP) Sen, John Marshall Butler, XR-Md. proposed today -thai the

KpnswTiMrrial Scruriiv wihrnminittee make an 'imnartiart. investigation to iret "tne reuiacu,

about Vice-President" Richard" M. Nixoit'i violence-marred South American trip.
Butler said an inquiry scheduled by the Senate Foreign Relations committee Is "politically

motivated." '

Sen. Olin D. Johnston (D-S.C.I, like Butler a member oi tne iniernai aecuniy uocunnuine,
proposed earlier this week that the security ro up make its own investigation. .
, rh- rharirprf that rhairman Wavne Morse (D-Ore.) of the Senate Foreign Relations sub

committee on Xatin America "hopes to embarrass the President, the Vice-President and the

Secretary' of. ..State -'for .political .reasons.': iV" ij-jitith'

in these surrounmuB

,a V: '4...vnVpr their pledge

tards to the prison chaplain, who
i- .Znv, with the men to

'give them, further spiritual gurd

r.:i..w. ; u& from--' a. boxing

, :uiou' r----
jlng set up on the field.
? iit no vnn all to attena

ur crusade meeting tonight at
the Cow Palaceif yov can mase

. 'r..,ffw f-rf.: laughter' greeted

ahis invitation. The laughter suD-
ho went on to say:

- "Regardless of how black you,
s r. will fnrvive vou. You

ciiiLica. MVM ... T -J
can live a Christian life here anl
r.nA will en with VOU.

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Aftor th sprviee. hunareas (I,

: inmates crowded around Graham,
asking him to sign autographs.
After siantng about 25 auto-
grai)hs, Graham said:,
- "I can't sicn ny more. 1
haven't any more time."
i "We've got lots of time, the
Inmate chorused. ; :

" "Let some of the fellows who
tiave autographs copy them tor
he rest of von,", Graham said.
"That's what we're in here for,
brother Billv,".said one con.
Later, Graham visited death
Ynw and sboke to 18 of its 21 con-

domned men.-; A u t h o r-convict
C?rlyl Chessman remained in his
Ml. Prison spokesmen said tim

,jg riy.: appreciatea ura
; ham's visit.-; j
Robert Harmon,
P Hmnloye. Dies
After Lonq llness

. Robert Harrison, 48-year-old em employe
ploye employe of the Maintainance Division

fied at noon yesterday at Gorgas

liospital alter a lone illness.

Mr. Harrison, who was an elec electrical
trical electrical forman in the magneto shop,
imd a resident of Balboa, had

been hospitalized since Anril 20.

He lived on the Canal Zone most

Of his hie and worked for the Main

tenance Division for over 15 vears

lr-. Harrison i. survived bv his

'W'V. A sister-in-law was expected

,io prr've irom me U.S. last nipht

' iT,",'r-"nts for a Masonic fun

ral will be announced later.

Biilsr Dsnnis Crosby
Refuses To Discuss
CMm 01 Divorcee

HOLLYWOOD -(UPV- Demrs

Crosby, newlywed son of crooner
Bing Crosby, was admittedly "bit "bit-ter"
ter" "bit-ter" today about a ; divorcee's
claim .that he fathered, her child,
but he still re 'Used to discuss it.
Young Crosby returned from
Las Vegas, NeVv, Thursday with
his 26-year-old bride, Pat Seehan,

who said she gave up ner jon in
the show at the lush Tropicana
because "marriage comes first."
Dennis, 23, refused to comment
in detail on divorcee Mari'yn
Scott's claim that he fathered her
six-month-old daughter, Denise

Michelle, after a brief romance
in January and February of, last
year. , ,

The cirl was born at Cedars of

Lebanon Hospital last year. Mrs.
Scott, a would-be actress,, said

she was receiving support from

the Crosbvs .for the little girl.

"I'm bitter about the whole

thing,", Dennis said.

However, he refused to com.
ment on reports his family had
talked him out of resisting claims
made .by the attractive divorcee.
Dennis, one of Bing Crosby's

twin sons, wed Miss Shcehan in

between-the.acts ceremony al

the Las Vegas Gretna' Green Wed
ding Chapel a week ago Sunday,

He said Thursday he still had
hopes of being married in -the

Catholic Church.'

Miss Sheehan, mother of a 6-

year-old son by her first 1 mar
riage, left a note to her Tropi

cana bosses thanking them for

tneir neip and saying she was

sorry to leave before her commit
ment was over.

Princess Margaret,
Capl. Tovnsend Said
I!ov 'Good Friends'

7 LONDON, May 17 (UP)-

cess Margaret and group

ISALliOA TIDRS
"MONDAY, "MAY 19
. High .'.ii1 -": Low
4:0(5 a.m. 10:21 a.m.
4:13 p.m. 10:11 p.m.

Yesterday the convention unani

mously approved a resolution to
cut off foreign aid from, several
Latin. American countries, includ including
ing including Panama, because of recent
hostile acts, against the United

States.

Citing the "spitting,, vilification

and stoning" on Vice President

Richard M. Nixon and hi wue in

certain countries during their re-

Prin

Capt.

PetpK Tnwnsend have emnarKea

nn s new reiauonsnip us tiuac

friends" to conform with tne roy

al ruling that they cannot, marry,

court circles believe.

Thev said visits by the World

War II RAF hero to the Knn

cess' residence, uarence nouse,

nrohablv would become routine

for London court life and go gen.

erally unnoticed.

Townsend, who unsuccessfully

wooed Queen Elizabeth's sister
and then left on a 17-month world

tour had tea with her late Thurs

day. It was his second known visit

with the Princess since ne rc

turned from his tour. N-

He spent nearly two hours with

her in the upstairs drawing, room

and a Buckingham Palace spokes

man said it was a purely pri private
vate private visit."

After : Townsend's first visit,

March 26. he issued a statement
denying their romance- had been
revived.

The statement said: "There are

no grounds whatever for supnos
ine that my seeing Princess Mar

garet alters the situation declared

specifically in the Princess' state statement
ment statement rn the autuimrof 1955." (
At that time Margaret ; put
"duty first" and renounced Town-

Mpnd as a suitor becaruse he was

divorced,

"We cannot expect him to dev.

elop the true story preceding and
incuding the degrading incidents
that occurred in Peru and Vene.
zuela," Butler said.

Butler said the internal securny

subcommittee is "not interested m

making political hay tor eitner

major party."
He said this group ought to In Investigate
vestigate Investigate the Nixon trip violence
because ."the manner in which
Communist agents have infiltrat infiltrated
ed infiltrated Latin America could conceivabi
ly 'be duplicated here."

The Foreign Relation commit,
tee will' start seertt hearings
Monday on anti-Amtriean riot.
Ing over$a, including tl at.
tackt on Nixon.
Sen Riehard L. Ncubereef (D-

Ore.l sueaested that the United

States invite government' leaders
of Peru and Venezuela to visit jthis

v ... : .... .

"And I propose," he saw,, "inai
Vice-President Nixon take the lead,

in furnishing these peopie -wiqi a
friendly nd amicable welcome o

our Country... (H) wouia snow io

all the world' that ; Americl does the same class as Soviet Russia,

not harbor a grudge."

Ntubrgr erlticixd the Prat.
Ident's dispatch, of troops to the
Caribbean to go to Nixon's aid,
if needed, after; he was stoned
and spat upon in Vtnexuela.y
He said the "innuendos of pos.
sible U.S. military intervention ...
merely permits us to be, put in

Presbyterians
To Have Total
Of 3 Million

NEW YORK .(UP) The new

United Presbyterian Churcn in
the U.S.A. will have a total mem membership
bership membership of more- thann three- mil-

1 nn. accordinff to siausncs re

leased yesterday : by the twri8'free

churches unitmg to rorm me newi
church. "'
Statistics compiled for -the
year 1957 revealed that the two
churches had 3,102.572 members
served by 11,573 ministers in 9, 9,-462
462 9,-462 churchesi The figures also .re .revealed
vealed .revealed there were 1,908,658 com

municants in Sunday -school and

members contributed ?232,98,4j0
fori church causes.-
The report- was issued Friday

bv the Rev.. Dr, Eugene Carsni

(Blake Of Philadelphia, stated cleri;
of the Presbyterian Church in the
U.S.A., and the Rev. Dr. Samue'
Shane of Pittsburgh, stated

clerk of the United Presbyterian
Church of North America. 1
The two denominations will be

Consolidated May 28 In Pitts-

burghsto become the United Pres-

bytcnan Church in the U.S.A.

Col; IMerson
To Introduce Space
Film Al Balboa Y
On Tiiesdav Col. John Nicker

son, Army rocket expert, will in introduce
troduce introduce the film "Conquest of Out Outer
er Outer Space," which will be shown as
part of the current "Science for
Tomorrow" series at ,the Balboa
YMCA-USO,

Thi8 Portion of the : series on

space is designed to last two
weeks. The film will give the au au-basic
basic au-basic background in the

launching of rockets and satellites

and the following week Nickerson

will -speak about developments in

the rocket field ana wnai we may
exDect of future activities ; in

space.

The series is designed to keep
the public informed of activities of
interest in the field of science. The

showing of the space film will take
Dlace at 7:30 p.m. in. the Balboa

YMCA-USO auditorium. Admission

which used sword and flame

gainst poor Hungary."
Pius Tells Students
El's Sad, But NATO
Isl.sedcd Defense

VATICAN CrTY, May 17 (UP)

Pope Pius XII said in a speech
released today that the North At.

lantic Treaty Organization is nee
essary for the free world "to be
alert against an attack."

The Pontiff made the remark
in a carefully' worded English

language address yesterday to 50
students of the NATO defense Col.
lege of Paris who were received
in special audience in the throne

hall.

i "The purpose of your defense

college. .aims to teach you how
to be alert against an attack
from your own fellow-men in
this world," the Pope said.
"It it not sad to reflect that

such,- defense is necessary? ;
Scbnlisls Asking
Why Priiiiifives (en

Sleep Kudo In Sno7

(lends end Feet at II: o Tivcli

The Tivoli termites let go holding hands underfoot.
Under the foot of a lady rising to leave her table in the

dining room a couple of days a?o, as a matter of fact.

- Down through the floor sunk her high heel. Twibt went
her ankle. 1
The termilcs are planning to sue the Housing Section
for unlawful dispossession,

25-34 Age Group
Rates As Worst
On Accident List
. SACRAMENTO, Calif.- UP) UP)-Rtate
Rtate UP)-Rtate Hiehwav Patrol. Commis,

sioner B. R.-Caldwell says drivers

hptwMit the sees of 25 and 34

years old are involved in the great-i
est number of accidents. I
This eroun accounts f for about

fonp-'nurth of all accidents, he re

por'jd. The ll-to-24. :ffi group

runs a close second, .v v

He described the most typical
arrldent. situation:

"A man between 21 and 34 years

of age, driving too fast lor condi conditions
tions conditions on a citv street be'ween 4 and

5 n.m. is most apt to have ail ac

cldenl.

He will have at least Hi years of

driving experience. ....
"The only element In this pic'u

r'ecrcafing the' accident hazard -fsr'

the violation of the traffic law

Without it, he-probably would

not have been involved",

Russia Churchmen

Spread Ccmmunlsm,

US Senalcrs Charge

WASHINGTON fUPUSenate in.

vestigators charged yesterday thak'

Russia and other iron curtain
nations have used their churches
and religious leaders to help
spread v Communist influence

throughout the free world.1

The charge was made by the

Senate internal security subcom

mittee, headed by Sen. James O.
Eastland (D.Miss.). It also de-

nounced U.S. religious leaders

who have encouraged clerics from

Communist countries to speak in

this country.

.-.UK.- !..t it;.,i.(.f.v a--'! ;

The subcommittee, citing testi

mony from refugee pastors from

Iron Curtain countries, i a l s
"Communist governments are uti.
lizina their control over religious

institutions to transform them into

tools of subversion." .

As an example it said that in

1956 Bishop Jaan .KUvit of KS.
tonia. a Soviet satellite, told U.S.

audiences "as a proud boast"
that his church had 350,000 mem.

bers. But it said Dr. Konrad
Veem, a Lutheran minister who

fled Estonia, testified that In

same church had 850,000 mem

bers before World War II.,

cent goodwill tour of South Amer America,
ica, America, the resolution urged the U.S.
Senate to investigate recent inci-
dents which "have, shown the ut -ter
contempt" of several small
Latin American republics for the

United States, '! ;

. Today's session of the con.
icm is also expected to i 1
out with ome strong .'opiiw ;
on ''Operation Sovereignty," t s
recent raid in which Panama
University students planted a a-bout
bout a-bout 50 Panamanian flags In tLa
Canal Zone as a "reaffirmation
of Panamanian sovereignty over
the Zone." x .;,v.-.. -x
Legionnaires from all parts of

the Canal Zone; Panama, Aruba,
Curacao, Costa Rica and, Guate

mala are attending the conven convention,
tion, convention, scheduled to end today.

SKATTLE. Wash- (UP) The

mvsterv of whv Australian aborig

ines can sleep naked in Bear-freez-ins
temneratures without being

harmed by the cold was the sub subject
ject subject of an International scientific
study in which, a University of
Washington graduate student re

cently participad.
The student, Robert W. Eisner,
was: one ot a crouo of scientists

under Prof. Per Scholdander, then

of the University of Oslo.. Norway

The group fist conducted its in investigations
vestigations investigations in the. native village
of Areyonga during the ; winter

season in. Australia last year.

The aborigines in the Australian

hush wear'no clothing, at all, yet

temperature to freezing and occa occasionally
sionally occasionally below-
1 Eisner reported In an Interview
fW th urientifie team found.'

The natives did Indeed sleep nude
on the bare gound without balnkits

11 winter, warmed only by small
fires.

In cold weather while sleeping

their hodv temperatures .dropped
several degrees, but they did hot

shiver. ,
' When the white scientists at
tempted to do the same thin".

they shivered and,- were" intensely

uncomlortab e. i 1

The native-metabolism. remain

ed normal when body temperatu-

. 1 tabolism rose while they .shivers i

The implication was that the

Communists; while using churches

for their own purposes, have dis.

couraged general membership,
The subcommittee quoted Dr.
Veem, now preaching in Stock,
holm, v- Sweden, as saying th?t
Bishop Klivit was appointed to his
position by Communists and has

Communist agent in charge of

nis cnurcn oifice.

Dr. Veem said the official

church in the Soviet Union was
being used by the Reds to ad.
vanee the cause of world revolu.

tion.

The subcommittee said that the

central authority over churches in

areas under Soviet domination is

a permanent career officer of the

Soviet secret police, Maj. Gen.

Georgi Karppv.-' x

Several witnesses testified that
the Russian secret police' even

sent some of its officers to sem.

inaries to take theological studies
so they could later work in the

cMurctw i'iv -.v-;v;'-.-;",

lint Particblij

IlllWirilSuU Vil fliUJ
To Cause Csncer

(BERKELEY, Calif.- iUP):'-.

cancer may oe causea uy mica
hiking" particle which invades the

body aboard a virus, according to
a Nobel Prize winning University

of California scientist.
Dr. Wendel Stanley said a fra?-'
ment of genetic material possibly
part of a chromosome, may have

the ability to change the charac

ter of the cell it invades. .; 1
Such a changed cell might pro produce
duce produce an altered type of offspring
which could be cancerous. : -
Stanley salid such fragments
only recently have been discover ;
ed to travel attached to viruses in
a process called "trasduction."-.
r He said the "hitfh-hiking" cha-;
racteristic of, the particles may
explain why scientists have been
unable definitely, to trace Cancer
to viruses.
"It is difficult to escape the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that viruses may be the
causative agents for most, if not
all, cancer, including cancer in

man Stanley said,

Dr. Roman K. Mazierski of the
Polish Reformed Church said the
Soviet sovernment controls all de

nominations and uses them tor

Communist propaganda, purposes
in the free world hy. sending them
to various ecclesiastical confer,
encses and instructing them what
to say."

Duke Of Bedford

Willing To' Rent

Manor Bedrooms

LONDON, May 17 (UP)- ;Th9

Duke of Bedford said Friday ha

would like to pick up a few extra

quid by renting rooms in his an

cestral manor,. Woburn Abbey.
-The Duke is a leader of the

growing band of British noblemen

who f charge' tourists to wander wander-through
through wander-through their stately homes, 'The
Duke's income- from the tourists
is estimated at close to $500,000

.'uadojd XqiB3M-aouo J3ir0 put

siJBa. "spjoi 'saimp eqi jo jsoj
owners who have opened, the!r
homes to visitors for a fee, us'i.
ally a half "crown f around Zi
cents) have done so to pay EriU
ain's staggering death duties.
Some also have set up sandwich
and soft-drink concessions on the
grounds, to increase the take.
' The Duke expressed his viewi
at a meeting of the British Travel

and Holidays Association.
"So many stately homes tv
large acreagf,s of bodrnom wVirh

li.n'tni. t. amo .....

could be turnrrl into vrrv
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eralPufcted houses hare one
iSw Tto OM stairway is Iront and back entrance and
llmSencyt for W families, their maids. ; their EarbaEe.
fS S and tneir company; 11 they ever have the nerve to
ififfKd toie fire extinpulshers in the jfg
wre removed outte some time' ago In mv case, it didn't matter,
trause when they -came to remove it they found that it jas
IffffiSS S coVnot be removed fcom the wall without
t crowbar or. sonrethinR-it took two bta men to ttTwn
'after they removed it, they tested it. ,iust c .nk. f,
J wess. and found that it didn't work anyway. So its iust as well
w aren't countiriK on it for an emerKency. ; ;
V This stae e-intranceteal has more than One anele. When
'the ffSita'i-tniAiol. the house, you
SnctOnSrVKhsoakinK fofany person entering or leav leav-f
f leav-f S. asweU as for the packages, laundry. sarbaRe. or what have
l you that he or she-may be -taaneporttagv c ;n -"
of course, we all know: Cocoli is the stepchild of Navy
iliousUVR. acquiredto; house the, lowly members of orBaniza orBaniza-Ulon
Ulon orBaniza-Ulon Wer the Panama: Canal Company 'declared obsolete: but
Sven then, I can't believe that it is within "Regulation -that
S to dffe! quoted and so openly iRnored-to ton. uman
' betaKs in old. crowded, obsolete frame buildlngi without KivtaR
, them at least the slim safety margin of an emergency exit.
! We do appreciate that new coat of paint being applied to
i the Souses nearest the road-but man, from an esthetic point
of view, how did thev ever manage to find such depressingly
? unpleasant shades of gray (trimmed in green, and green (trim-

r:r

TAFT ON SOVEREIGNTY.

'IT The three words1 "sovereignty." 'communist'' and "democracy'
' seem to me to be the most complicated of all words being used
"in the world today. Let's take a look at "sovereignty." Accord-;
Jng to my dictionaries it means supreme power, but today the
Morth Americans are trying to use it as if it meanspossesslon
- or "ownership. Queen Elizabeth is the sovereign of the British
'.Commonwealth,', but that doesn't mean she owns it.
f I'll quote a passage from the Times of London, published in
'the Panama American about last September: "National Sovereign Sovereign-'ty
'ty Sovereign-'ty is ra phrase that has acquired the ugliest of undertones of
jecentjears. Indeed it has become so much, an excuse for poll-
- al action, and perhaps more important in the American view,
'"a; target for military action, that a basic premise of any plan
'for a new Canal should be tb have it severed' from the sovereign sovereign-tv
tv sovereign-tv of any natloi. at all. If it i; found that a new Z Canal
should be cut between .the Eastern and the Western Vjrid there
is much to be said for conjuring up a Piece of ;Unied, Nations
territory to aceomodaM;itsf'
You can bet your bottom dollar that Whuz Wright (Man
feox, May) like myself and many others Interested in the Pan Pan-"
" Pan-" ama Canal's problems today, was not born when the 1903 treaty
' was signed. Even if out good friend, Congressional troublemaker
Rep. Daniel J. Flood CD-Pa.)' was around then he Krould not
have been out of his teens. Therefore anything any of. us say
' or write about that 1903 treaty must be based on what we read,
'ud not on first-hand knowledge.
L This cannot be said of William Howard Taft. Who was
Taft? Among other things he was at one time or another 27th
i' President of the United States. Chief Justice of that country,
and right hand man of President Theodore Roosevelt, the most
important figure in the building of the Canal. So I feel I can
take Taft's word on Canal matters. ; Lnn
During the 1955 'US Congressional debate on the Remon-
Elsenhower treaty Sen, Magnuson. of Washington, in 'giving his
J views on Articles n arid HI of the 1903 treaty, said he believed
. the US to have sovereign rights in the Canal Zone. But Sen.
I William Fulbright (D-ArU replied: j .
t "On page 160 (the transcript of)- the hearings we find testl testl-fmonv
fmonv testl-fmonv by Henry Holland, assistant secretary of States for Inter Inter-:Americani
:Americani Inter-:Americani Affairs.' In his testimony Holland quoted William
.Howard Taft, the former Chief Justice of the United States. J
ie&i torn page 160: r-": v 'r-y iy-vy-
:' "William Howard Taft stated in a hearing before the Senate
committee on Oceanic Canals April 18, 1906. that article III
Is peculiar In, not conferring sovereignty directlyuoon the Unit-
fed States, but in. giving to the United States the powers which
it would have if it were sovereign. This gives rise to ,the obvious
t Implication that a mere titular sovereignty is reserved to the
Panamanian government; The truth is that while we have all

tne attrjlDUtes Ol sovereignly necessary in me uuiusuutuiui. ui-
aK4 nMtuHnn rf fho nanal thfl VPTV f OriTl In "Which

these attributes are conferred

the titular sovereignty over uie uanai sone m wi ivcpuouu vi
Panama. J, think this is not a fruitful distinction. However, inas-

imuch; as the question iias

seems that we have all the rights and powers as it we were sov sovereign
ereign sovereign although we are not.' ...

That jS fWnat Tait saia.
ii.tuinWitiaf Comfm? after

iNlcaragu trytafit td build a canal to beat out ther French; in his
Jjanxtqty to build a' Canal here probably thought that our Pan Pan-famanaiH
famanaiH Pan-famanaiH iorefathers were stupid, and thought he had got away
with murder iii the deal whereby he obtained' the Canal Zone".
i TVv.'. T.n-at fViot Yia TntoVi KmicVit Manhattnn Tslanrt frnnl

.the Indians for -about $25 worth of; trinkets, while the Rockaway
-Indians; sold Flatbush for" a, couple of 'kegs of beer fend- a few
;niore. trinkets.' ' f '. .
But none of these deals compares to the bargain the United
States' got here in Panama... AlK Panama kept for herself was

itne lana, ana xne ngni or ner
m . 1(41 M .1 i.1

flOD5;iney are quaimea iot -in- v ,uwu wkiuuuum.-...
f Yet today" we have thousands of Gringos on ther Canal Zone
'masquerading' as- skilled men. If the Panama Government were
to challenge the Panama Canal Company; lor a side bet of $50.-
000 or more, to pit skilled Panamanian tradesmen against, their
Canal Zone equivalents the' Panama "Canal' would back down,
because, only the Gringas would' hold their own against us.
' Individuals frosing, as U plumbers, mechanics electriciaris.
'; mason post office clerks and so, forth would lose out three to
sone aKJfftist anarriahiahs; 4; r? r- i. v; wy$$w.i' ';'
1 ; :The -Gringos -who are sure they can hold their own against
lus are not afraid of the Equal Pav" for Equal Work Bill. All they
(want is that their present classification not be lowered. Sum
'there are Americans who can hold their own against us. But
most of them are working under bosses who know nothing, which
floesn't help. -' r 4
Why does the Canal use contractorsf or sd much work on
the Zone? It Is only around locks overhaul time that first
class mechanics come down here from the States.
Ginger Know All.
OPEN MOUTH POLICY
Clr:
? Teddy Roosevelt said -Sneak softly and carry a big stick."
After reading, about the United" States announcement regarding
.sending troops to South America last week, I'd like to amend
that advice to our Government to say:
,: ; "Carry -. Wg stick but keep you big mouth shut." 1
i .k ; American Abroad

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Comments

By ROBERT C. RUARK
Bedad. it's shocked I am, and
the ghost of me grandfather as
well, to learn that times have be.
come, so modern that the Irish
goverment is being lorced to ae
cide at this late date whether or
not it believes in. leprechauns. It't
enough to curdle the milk and
set the dogs a-howlmg. ....,...
I do not know how the argu argument
ment argument came out, but the last time
I looked Eamon de Valera'i Ca.
bmet was in trouble with a deci decision
sion decision involving the leps the elves
who are often seen as malicious
little old, men, sort of like grem.
nns. -;
The issue was whether to run-
ish '20 employes of the State Land
Commission for their refusal to
build a fence at Belmullet, County
Mayo, because the land in ques question
tion question is a fairy palace and must
not be desecrated.
If the decisions made that le.
prechauns do not exist, the gov.
ernment faces a mighty wrath of
a few million people who do be
lieve in leprechauns, as well as
30,000 duespayers in the Land U.
nion.
It Is a silly issue at best, since
any irishman knows that the air
is thick with fairies, the trees clot.
ted with little Deonle. and that
mysterious nigh noises which set
tne dogs to howling noisespeo.
pie cannot even hear coma from
the little folk, who art annoyed at
mysterious night noises which et
the dog to howling noises peo peo-the
the peo-the little folk, who are annoyed at
have a pecial one in charge 1 of
type writers, r for instance. He
uvea in an ancient, battered Un
aerwooa wandard, wnicn to date
must nave yielded the best part of
a nunored million words to mv
calloused two fingers.
They call this typewriter "Old
Ninety.Seven". due to its final se
rial numbers, and man, is it a
wrecK. luut it was a noble steed.
and ft knew its master, and af
ter iu years ot columns, annul a
inousanq magazine pieces and se.
ven dooks, plus a bum play and
some screen work I decided the
poor old thing needed to be re retired
tired retired to pasture. It has acutually
uceu su laiuuui mat i could tell
when a stranger had been tamper-
uig wim us ;eys. k,' ,.;; '4'
'So what happens? ; I write me
a hail.and-farewell niero nnnnni
mg the retirement of my faithful
servant rand the Underwood peo.
pie very graciously sent me their
newest cnarger, something called
uumen loucn, wmcn Had Dyna Dyna-flow,
flow, Dyna-flow, television and a built Jn elec electronic
tronic electronic brain. It was a magni magnificent
ficent magnificent mill, and I regretfuly sai.l
gooa-Dye to tne old fellow and in inserted
serted inserted the carbon in the new botfl
Do 'Jou think my 3' -leprechaun
wuiuu .nave a Dlt 01 ttV 1 was
starting a new book, and, doing
my ordinary work as well, and a
ociies ox lusasierg sirucK.
riots would not form. Words
were ? spelled -backwards.I would
spend hou.s trying to get "ton.
grth" converted into "tonight."
Ribbons broke. I got my fing
cib vau'Kut m me Keys, uaroons
went in upside down. Nothing
worked for me, including ideas.
.. I tested the machine on other
people, and they said it was the
finest typewriter they ever touch-
' ":" -f;.':
In the meantime, it suffered a
minor flaw from ocean trayel,
u i reirievea uia Ainety seven
from pasture. I touched It fliihiJ
ously, and it responded to a flickj
ux uie vyiuy uu was oil luce a
filly.
' My leprechaun was hannv insln
The newv gorgeous machine has
Deen stapled ever smce, and work
goes on apace. ' I
' There are several leprechauns
around this house. One Is in charge
of urgent messages from the home
office, the moment I try to sneak
on ror a weeicend fishing -trip. He
gets in touch with my Bosses be
fore I have clreared the sate, and"
immediately the air is thick with
caDies and phone calls.
Another lives in the bathroom
ano looks after dripping faucets'
and busted, pipes.
Another breaks : down the kit kit-chen
chen kit-chen stove when we have" guests.
Still another liver in a razor,
in order to cut me and bloody
up my shirt whem I am late for
an. appointment or am trying to
tatch a plane.
. Ah yes. Sure and It'll be ", an
in flay for Ireland if-the mighty
jfuic jneii are orougi mto chal challenge.
lenge. challenge. The best Eire can expect
will be another potato famine and
a visitation of the Black and. Tans.
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Half q Column
by
THE RESPONSIBILITY
OF J.F. OULES
President Eisenhower is right in
his conclusion that tne oisgraceluii
demonstrations against Vice Pres-
luent iNixon on his good win lour
were not due entirely to Commu
nist inspiration and agitation. The
growth of anu-Amencamsm is not
confined to Latin America, where
only recently it has reached the
proportions of an explosion. Nfxon
was the unfortunate, victim, al although
though although he may have asked for
some, of it. t
It is not surprising that many
Latin American editors and 'Com
mentators are inclined to blame
John Foster Dulles and iua mis
taken policy, or lack of policy,
in dealing with Latin America.
Esplandian. one of Panama's ton
columnists,' recalls the perform performance
ance performance of Secretary Dulles at the
Pan American Conference in Ca
racas, as something Venezuelans
still remember.
The fact that Vice President
Nixon was sent to Latin America
on a "fact' tinmng"' expedition
shows the state of the Mate De
partment. There was nothing that
Nixon could do in Latin America
that the heads and Staffs of the
U.S. diplomatic missions could not
do better
' Nixon did many' things that the
heads of the missions, knowing
Latin Americans.' would .'never
dream of doing. The heads of
these missions have -been placed
in a most difficult position as a
result pf Nixon's goodwill tour, all
through no fault of .their own.
The hvhole affair has helped
communism and the. Creole Com
munists in Latin America immea
surably and hs hurt 5 releations
ot tne united Mates seriously.,
President Eisenhower rik right, in
pointing but that the Communists
nave exploited the situation as
they always do. There can be no
doubt of their incitement, too.
The Creole Communists will
most likely be well rewarded by
their masters in Moscow. Their

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will be greatly exaggerated,'
which will also please them. t
President Eisenhower said in his
press conference that not only, in
Latin America but in other plac places
es places there seems to be some kind
of concerted idea or pattern. He
adds however that he does not
believe there is any single causel
of the violence in Latin American
rnnntries. While i; agreeing with
him one cannot overlook the,ca
pacity of John Foster Dulles.
RecentlyI -got Into an argu-t
metitj about U.S relations wiwi
Canada, nearest neighbor nad larg largest
est largest customer. Now, I want to con-
tinnp that, theme, l am noi Kiv-
inf mv unsuDOorted opinion.' but
that of Bruce Hutchinson, editor
of the Times of Victoria,, vancou
ver. Hutchison has an article m
tha rut-rent i ceil A nf HaTOer'S
MnainB nnriei- thA title of "Why
Cfl.nmin, AntiA-
merioan
vi As in the case of Latin Ameri American
can American .there is no single reason, Jmt
there is one that is outstariH'n".,
Remember that for more than
183 years the border between Can
ada ,and the umteo states nas
had no military' guards of forts,
hut how trade barriers and tar
iffs set up by the U.S. may pake
the place ot torts.
Hutchison says. 'Canada's stea
dy x northern nerves have become
somewhat raw. Jfiyery new Amerr
can blow against our exports. eV'
ertr foolish speech in Congress,
every gaucherie of John Foster
Dulles in any part of the world
tends to be exagerated in the
Candian mind and is often exploit
ed out of all recognition In our
politics. He adds that Canada is
beginning to talk back, as the
U.S. has discovered.
V 'This discovery,"' Hutchinson
adds," is .greatly complicated by
a .purely American phenomenon,
John r oster uuiies. in considering
PANAMA 2-29Q4'

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we must not forget that Dulles is
one of its egregious and craggy
landmarks.
He explains that Canadians are
enuiutiu 10 umcuss him as Secre
tary ot btaie and responsible for
a foreign policy u. wmcn Canada
is more deeply involved. "t 1 .than
any other foreign state, wutcniu
son" says that most Canadians
have 1 been unofficial Democrats
and that the Democratic foreign
policy has seemed to them ; tne
more successful. 1 J;:' jc
t 'This view,1 (or prejudice) slope
capnot 1 acctuof f 0 1 Canada',
iecni. aiuiuae towaras uuiies.
...It is merely factual to say that
an overwhelming majority of Can
adians, including their leading
siaiesmen, regard 'jjuues as an
unmitigated disaster a disaster
affecting Canada as deeply as it
He adds that for the last five
"vwg vail tV 1 ';
years : Canadian : dmlomacv has
wunaers as Canada sees them
He, says that it was Lester
Pearson, acting as the honest bro brokers
kers brokers between Washineton and Lon
don who first leaped upon Dulles'
doctrine of s"massive retaliation,''
and the'unleashine" of Chinese
C5hiang against the mainland. Pear
son flew to the United Nations
and devised the rescue of British
and American dipomacy from the
Suez debacles. ;
? Hutchinson says it is only tell telling
ing telling the truth to say,, that the for former
mer former and present governments of
Canada have not trusted either
the wisdom or the reliability of
Dulles, They have awaited his ev every
ery every statement 'as the mountainer
watches the slip of an avalanche.
'The- removal, of Dulles might
not 'alter American policy,' he
writes, 'not in the least, for all
we know, but it would remove the
largest single friction on the bor border.
der. border. It would give the U.S. a
chance to re-establish thp rnnfi.
dence of its friends in Canada
and elsewhere. We Canadians
doubt that the thing can be done
otherwise."
Well, I can say that it will not
be done. President Eisenhower
says wnn empnasis that Dulles is
the, wisest and most, dedicated
in in ne Knows.
Even so I feel that I can assure
Mr. Eisenhower that if he re removed
moved removed Dulles or accented his res resignation,
ignation, resignation, not a single Latin a.
merjean nation would Sever rtinlo rtinlo-matic
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YCU HAPPY HALFWITS, that v as quite a goodwill
tour Vice President Richard M. Nixon recently survived
Any more goodwill and they were ready to send in the
Marines. J .,.ts
.... 1 hope that amid the rich detail you did not miss th
evidence of a new self-reliance in fast-developing, Venezue Venezuela,
la, Venezuela, Right in there with the conventional US-style eggs and
tomatoes which were getting heaved at pontican Nixon
were flying some patriotic, Venezuelan-grown avocados.
Don't think' it's easy to get an accurate trajectory
with an irregularly-shaped avocado. Eggs, tomatoes and
old cabbages are good fast ball stuff, but it takes a real
competitor to pitch a good curve with an avocado. This is
a basic principle of modern politics. s C
Looking back over it all, I feel Vomething has been
lost from our newspapers by Nixon not extending his South :
American goodwill tour to the Isthmus. Permit me to ima imagine
gine imagine the news stories we may have thereby missed. I'm not
sure whether he would have been brought in to Tocumen
or Albrook, so' I'll have to stretch my imagination 6 two
alternative leads. 1
TOCUMEN, Panama Vice President Richard' JM.
Nixon stepped off his plane at this airport today and devel devel-oped
oped devel-oped a deep suntan while waiting-for the welcoming' delega delegation
tion delegation of Panama and Canal Zone officials to arrive. They
were at Albrook. by mistake.
On the balcony of the airport building members of the
crowd, which included groups of students, carried pa'Cards.
One said "Co home, Nixon," Another said, 'Mt's an hour
since I ordered a sandwich." -:; rV -Ijy'V
As Nixon entered the building he followed his custom
of mingling with the crowd and shaking hands. One of his
countrymen inquiring at- an airline desk ; about, a plane
which was three hours late,, responded bemusedly:. "That
was two suitcases and a hatbox, wasn't it?" as he pressed
a 75 cents porter's fee Into Nixon's outstretched, hand ...
So, much for Tocumen. Now th' altemative-JeacL -w
-:(:':-'yv t -v, ;v.!,'-"....T' --i c.'w;::;.e H y, fPi :;? '.
ALBROOK .FIELD,!! Panama Canal Zorte.VicevFfresi-
dent Richard M. Nixon landed here today ;for his goodwill :
visit to Panama and the Canal Zone. was met plarieside
by high Officials of the Republic of Panama. and thejCanal
Zone whp had just driven back hastily. from Tocumen air airport,
port, airport, where they had been awaiting him. v ?,
9th members of the Canal Zone Republican Cluh, vvere
on hand .to meet him. Knowing who could do them most
good -fastest, they shook hands with Gov., William E. jP otter
instead. 1 ' ',
" '.; ,:!lrT"a brief planeside statement Nixon said. ''Our un unflinching
flinching unflinching attitude towards the. Communists in Latin Amer America
ica America must be 'They shall not pass."'.-
i "With ydu junketing around like this r there are no
passes for us, either," growled a mechanic assigned to
working on Nixon's planes In the brief seconds before, the
Air Police, bore him off ft was' learned this man was a
Democrat. r-' ,f
. Weil; there are a, couple of leads.' Now let's pick up
the newspaper story 'on the assumption of a Tocumeni '.,
arrival: r''' .j1 f ;f '
..On the drive into Panama City the Nixon entourage
'passed through a shanty town. A Panamanian official ex explained
plained explained to him: -"These are known as casas brujas, or
Witches' houses."
"The pronoun does'not have to be plural," Nixon cor corrected
rected corrected him in kindly fashion. "In English we say simply
'which houses'." '
The Vice President leaped out at one of these shanty
towns to have his'picture taken at the village pump. There
was an unusual moment when a .woman, (observing that :
Nixon has usurped her place in the line and that three chil children
dren children were wajting for her to feedjthem, cpnked him with
a water jug. -..,- ', ?
The Vice President got up, shook hands with her, and
smiling by remarked that he had two children at home him
self. : ;, ;
Next stop for the motorcade was the University af
Panama,, where, Nixon addressed the student body." The
Vice President said: "J come to warn you of the dangers
of Communism."
, Student voice: "The Panamanian flag must fly-over
the Canal Zone." ,' s
- j- Nixon: "There is a Godless conspiracy ceaselessly
plotting the downfall of General Motors and the rest of the -free
world." "
, 'Another voice; ;'Fifty-fifty."
Nixon: "I bring' you greetings from President Eisen Eisenhower."
hower." Eisenhower." 1
Voices: f'EI Canal es nuestro J' s .' 4
. Nixon: "Donde esta the American Embassy, s'il vous
plait?' , . . .v,
-i At the usual press conference, later Nixon summed up
the discussion: "I had a most fruitful (tomatoes, avocados
and one watermelon which'fell short) and informative ex-
change of views with the students. I notice that the crops
here are not yet quite so ripe as in Venezuela. We must i
stand fast together against .Communism,'V-
- later the Vice President' visited Miraf lores Locks, In
the Canal Zone, where he' demanded to be photographed
driving a mule. As he smiled for the squad of photographers
fussing to get this shot there came a loud crash. The ship
had crashed into, the lock wall. ' ;
Neither Potter nor Nixon- lost their aplomb for a mo',
memV'"Never mindr" assured the governor ,as he viewed
the riven plates. '"A bit more on., the commissary,': prices s,
.will pay for it easily." . -V" .y.,.1.-
' Nixon next attended a Zone-wide Town Meeting, a Ca-.
rial Zone institution which enables the Governor to say no
to everyone at once, theeby saving him valuablsl time. t:
Came a question from the floor: "Governor; why no
airlift of fruit and vegetables from Miami this week?" i ;
Potter; "Sorry, but the Vice President must 'be getting 1
along now. He's on a tight schedule."
' They drove off between, lines of, Zcnians shouting ag aggressively:
gressively: aggressively: "What about the Booz, Allen report?" Nixon
revealed how thoroughly he had been briefed on the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian scene. "Aren't they happy with the treaty7decreed 75
percent reductionjn Panama tax on Canal Zone. booze?"1
he asked,, K '. , i
Little noticed amid the clamor, of the Nixon visit to
the Canal Zone was President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.'s
order that a crack squad of National Guardsmen move close
to the Fourth of July Avenue as Nixon, ventured into th
Canal Zone. A spokesman said they were ready to go t
Nixon's protection if the Canal Zone authorities proved"
unable to cope with the situation. s

PERCY'S PEERLES3 PORTENT
nervously from the

. 2925
pounds of Sputnik which
Thursday. As this rate we had

week -derives
. .
the Russians set whirling
just better be lucky.

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S i'J J'f'QV.. I rQin yesterday called off an intensive

. i i i AiiJA a f : xt a.

LC"' r?y 17 pur vnanes raised ynu.v-.v. since ut great
Darv.,J kaoiiug at Cambridge opening day Jan. 15, 1759, adinis adinis-Univer&ity
Univer&ity adinis-Univer&ity has told us that if the sion has always been free,
world's copulation goes on multi-i You can gauge the vastness of
clvinfi at ine present rate of 90,-1 the place from the fact that the
coo i dav there will be standing! Reference Library alone contains
i nn nrvA ,.. titno t mnn than R fton MO hnnke

room nniv in tu.uvw jcaia uiw.s i -.

and no one will be able to sit

' dnwn

This forecast ought, I feel sure,
to appal us; but so equable is
the United Kingdom temperament
that, so far as I can discover, no
one has lost a night's sleep over
it. Twenty thousand years ahead
teems such a long way off.
Yet our indifference cannot be
tin tn lark of imagination or com

prehension. Recently we have been
well schooled in looking far back

wards and forwards.
What, with thft Knace Age PUn-

ri!t. nn t.h on hand, and the

; archaeologists on the other, the
average man risks a metaphorical
crick m the neck as he peers in into
to into a future of interplanetary travel
and colonization of the moon and
Mars, and back into a past coming
to life almost as vividly as the

present
BACK 5000 YEARS

' The -archaeologists have been
taking us back 3,500 years or so,
re-erecting with powerful cranes
some of the fallen stones at Stone Stone-henge,
henge, Stone-henge, the ancient Druid circle in
the English county of Wiltshire
which draws visitors from all over
the world,

Deeper still in the abysm of

time, the British Museum in Lon

don is transplanting us right back
to the Biblical era of 5,000 years
ago with its first show of anti antiquities
quities antiquities recently dug up in Pales Palestine
tine Palestine by the Anglo-Israel Explora Exploration
tion Exploration Society.

. I found it a moving experience

to quit the noise and bustle of mo mo-'
' mo-' dern streets for the Museum's un underground
derground underground Assyrian catacombs.
Decked out were the freshly-discovered
tokens of that busy city
which had been Hazor, head of
all the kingdoms of Canaan a a-round
round a-round 3,100 B.C. until it was con conquered
quered conquered by Joshua 2,000 years lat lat-'
' lat-' er, rebuilt by Solomon and final finally
ly finally overrun by Assyrians.

. There were stone pots and pans
and women's cosmetic sets, and
- a conch shell that still blows to today
day today as it did when it sounded the
last alarm for the Asyrian on onslaught
slaught onslaught 500 years B.C.
The British Museum is itself one

of the wonders of the world.Next

; year wiu mars: tne duo-centenary

ot lis opening to the pulbic.
The foundation buildings, Mon
taeu House. Bloomshurv. were fl

y nanced by public .. lottery, which

A rival just now is the Science

Museum in South Kensington,
where the current big draw is the

world's first gas turbine motor
car. built in Britain by the Rober

Company Ltd., in 1948.

COMMONWEALTH
FOUNDATIONS

But the London display with the

most pulling power at the moment
is the Royal Academy .summer
exhibition of new paintings.
It was given a magnificent send send-off
off send-off at the Academy's annual ban banquet
quet banquet by the Prime Minister, Ha Harold
rold Harold Macmillan. Speeches at this

great social pageant normally

ranee bevnnd tve borders of art

although the diners are almost
overwhelmingly surrounded by
pictures and statuary.' This time
it was of the Commonwealth the

Prime Minister spoke of the

immense changes in its fabric in

the past ten years..

CHICAGO. May 17'iUP)- A

little white dog, uncertain of sub

way scneaaies as any numan.

Eave the Chicago Transit Autho

rity a rough time for a -mile or

so.

CTA motorman Howard Henry

halted his subway train four

times to avoid hitting the dog
scampering ahead of it on a route

out of the Loop. Henry even tried

to snatch the frightened animal

HONOR! O AT FA!

(BRUSSELS (UP)-Mrs. David
R. Coker, America's .Mother oi

search for an Army police car the Year, was tne guest oi non non-missing
missing non-missing for 24 hours with a prts-'or yesterday at the American pa pa-oner
oner pa-oner and two guards when thelvillion at the Brusels VorUs
vehicle returned to Camp Drake, fair. Mrs. Coker, or HartsvUle.
tu a. ,i, f S.C.. lunched with U.S. commis-

Thursday to take' the prisoner to sioner-general Howard Cullmanjurday, May 31, at the Salon
unnther ramn said thev took a and then was guest of honor at canto.
ribnrnm,Pnd8h d St Sen" Sarden party hosted by, the Member,; of .2 square-dar,

1 1 i w a 4 Vh a w
fields Annivcr:::,
Dance f.!cy 31
The Magnolia Dancing C 1

hold an anniversary dance n f

wrong" turn and had spent the en

tire day lost in the maze of Jap Japanese
anese Japanese roadways.

fair commissioner general's office

at the commissioner s official res
idence on the fair grounds.

-

Henry telephoned the route super supervisor,
visor, supervisor, who suggested opening a

infA fcla aoV Kiit flsrh f 5 mo Hoi noorVit m r(?onP v aYlt lift tni

dog paced the, train a few blocks dog could see the light. He dii candidates may copy the lists of
further- and scurried awav to the atreet I voters for the forthcoming presi-

Finally. about 30 minutes, later, above. dential- elections but by hand

NAVY COPY LISTS

LISBON (UP) The Interior

ministry has ruled that opposition

clubs have been invited to join t.
Magnolia anniversary celebration.
Music for the daoce will be tf.rf
ed by Prof. Buck. Jones and t i
orchestra. ;

only: The ministry said the L'sta
eould not be reprodaced by pi
tography or other nechaaical
means, ,'.,.)

"The world has seen the de

cline and fall of many great Em

pires we have all read their

story, he said. No one nas
ever seen this mysterious and

almost incredible development in

the structure of the Commonwealth

which has strengthened it instead
of weakninrit which has had

in it the seeds,-not of decay but

of a new erowth.'.

Our unity was strong, he went

on, and why? Because it is
founded on he things in which we

ultimately all believe... First and

foremost, freedom, fine freedom of
the individual under the law. the

right to think what you like, say

wnai you use anu, ; wiuun uie

law. do what you like.

Macmillan added that with this

freedom had come free institu

tions: Parliamentary 7 and local
government, an impartial Civil

Service and an independent judi
ciary.

' And, "above all, the belief that

the machinery of thh State exist

ed to be the servant and not the

master of its citizens. ;
TRIBUTE TO THE FALLEN

While, as the Prime Minister

had said, these things had their

origin in this little island in

northern" sea, we in the United
Kigdom are offering a token of our

gratitude to the Commonwealth

countries overseas for all they

GASPAR PACHECO, ( well known Panamanian architect, who
at present is technical director of Venezuelan Pavilion at the
World Fair at Brussels, Belgium, welcomes Carl Studer, El
Paso, Texas, first to enter the- Fair. Pretty Venezuelan hostess,
Alice Anez, lends warmth to the picture,

have rendered to the Mother Coun

try. .

In St. Paul's Cathedral, London

"the parish church of the Com Commonwealth"
monwealth" Commonwealth" a great scarlet cur curtain
tain curtain has been swept aside to re

veal the Commonwealth war mar

monaL
The caster n part of the Cathe

dral,- sadly damaged by bombing
in World War II, has been restor restored,
ed, restored, with a new altar dedicated as
a memorial exclusively to over overseas
seas overseas citizens of the 'Commonwealth

who died in two world, wars,

All contributions to the fund of
$56,000 have been raised in Bri Britain.
tain. Britain. ''It is from us to them,'
said Sir Jocelyn Lucas, the fund's

QUARANTINE NOTE
;' BOSTON (UPV Massachusetts

now -requires quarantine for only

three diseases' Asiatic cholera,

bubonic plague and smallpox. The

state has hot had a case of small

pox since 1932. has not has a case

of Asiatic cholera since l&sz, and

there is no record of any case of

the plague in Massachusetts dur during
ing during its 338-year hulurr.
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LLANDUDNO, England (UP)

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demn votedtocon-demn lingerie manufacturers who

used "lecherous" posters 1 to ad advertise
vertise advertise their wares. They said -the

corset and brassiere ads appealed

chairman. t'We have a lot to re-hot "to the normal but lower in-

member.'

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KISS BARBAftA ACL1PS ENGAGEMENT '
tD MR. JEAN EUGENE GOULET ANNOUNCE!)
V Mr. and Mrs. Robert Austin Acly of Panama, R. P artd
Stockbridge, Mass. have made known the engagement and
I approaching: mafrlat of their daughter, Barbara, to Jean
Eugene Goulet, son of M. and Mme. Pierr Goulet of Paris
J and Reims, France. The wedding will take place in Panama
t on the afternoon of June 10. i 1 rr
f Miss Aely, whose father is Charge d'Af fairs ad interim
J at the United States Embassy in Panama, attended Bedford-
Rippawam Country Day School, Bedford, N.Y.r Visitation
Academy, Washington, D.C.j and the Rambert School of
' Ballet, London, England. She is a granddaughter of Mrs.
' Rudolph C. Wasserscheid of Bedford and the late Mr. Was Was-;
; Was-; serscheid, and of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Austin Acly of Stock-
J bridge. ., -': -J '
i '..Mr. Goblet, who recently completed service with the
! French Af my, currently is spending eeven months In. At
lanta, Ga., where he Is studying American market techniques
under the Exchange-Visitor program of the U.S. State De
' artment, Colonial and the National Association of Food,
hains.

tel. and Mrs. Wright tnttrtaln
far Mai. Gtrt. and Mrs. Harrold
' Col. and, Mr. J. H. Wright, Jr.
entertained ata cocktail-buffet It
hir Pnrt Amidor Quarters Thurs

day in hono jof the Commanding
General M Army .Caribbean.
. Iaj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold a
Mrs. Harrold. '
' Among the guests were Bri?,
Gen. and Mts. MA L. Ogden, Lt
Gol.: and Mrjs.. Hugh M. Arnold.
Mr.and Mrs... Jerry R James and
officers on General Harrold'S staff.
Mrs. F. Kristin Koapekt k y
Will Spend Summer With Parents
Mrs. F. Kristin Koepcke arriv arrived
ed arrived from Madison Wise, last week
with her 18 'month old daughter

Kristy.-to spend the summer with
heir 'parents,: Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth W. Vinton of San Juan Place
in Ancon. Mrs. Loepcke is for
former Kayleeh Vinton. They WlU
leave m September to Join Lt.
Koepcke who id stationed with the
US Army tn Heidelberg, 'Germany,
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Mann
: announce Birth ed Daughter.
! Mr. and MM. David T. Mann of
West Fairlee, Ver. are the parents
of a daughter, Deborah Ruth, born
May 14 at the Mary Hitchcock
. Memorial Hospital in Honover,
. New Hamp. Mrs. Minn is" the
former Donna Jeanne Humphrey,

: daughter of Mr,- and Mrs. iB. Do Do-I
I Do-I nftid Humphrey, of Coco Solo.
1 Thtbaby'r matenial' grandmo-
thers are Mrs. Mabelle H Bliss of

Coco Sole- and- Mrs. .J, .B 'Walr

atrom of Fort Dodge, Iowa. 'Mr.
; and Mrs.; George Magoon-of. Wast
Fairlee are the baby's paternal
great grandparents.
Theatre Guild Annua)
Martina And Cocktail Party

. The Theatre Guild will hold

, their annual meeting and a cock

Uil party for members at the

Playhouse in Ancon on Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 5 p.m.
1AWC, Colon Unit Will Hold
. Installation Luncheon Saturday
- Thm flnlnn TTnit ttf the Inter-A.

-Mlerican Woman's Club will hold
. their annual -installation- luncheon

Saturday at the Hotel Washing

ton. The -tocktail hour will begin

at noon and luncheon wiH.be serv.
d nromntlv at 1 n.m." 4

: .Honored guests at the luncheon

will be the incoming : president,

MEETINGS

Mrs. Lutsi Ventura dnd the re

tiring president, Mrs. Dorothy Ge

rm. : .. :
All members of the Club ire in invited
vited invited to attend. Those that did not

sign the reservation list at the
general meeting on May 12 ire
asked to call the hotel for reser.
vations. The price of the luncheon
will be $2.00. .- ; ?v:
"TIma limit' Will 6pen May 26
New Theatra Guild Production
"Time Limit," the latest Theatre
Guild oroductlon starrtna Rav

Glicienhouse, Charles Walsh, ant
James Mattingly will open at the
Guild's playhouse May 26 and will
run through May 31. The produc

tion is being directed by Lt. John
Zackrv of the US Army.

The play, -1 melodrama written
by Henry Danker and Ralph Ber Ber-key,
key, Ber-key, is he story of an American

army officer who is to be charged
with treason tnd i teaious iudce

advocate who seeks to find the

motive for his actions. f!
Reservations mly be mlJe'by
callins Marv Emlaw 1 at Balboa

420 begi5nning todly between the

hours of 10 a,nj and 7. 'p.m.i ;,
OdlJoor xjCiaktifiq

CHICAGO tTV- When plan.

nlna liehtina for your home1 Umt

forget that exteriOf liihtinS lJ llso

important. . .. ;

: Engineers ;of the Tldme Lighting
Institute say that good outdoors

lighting lk a safety' faotor and also
adds to the home's beauty. -4' '''
Doorways, sidewalk!, and drive.

ways are potential danger spots,
they warn, if they are left unlight.
ed. Two important things to guard

against they say, Ir fixtures
which are not weather proofed,
and unshielded bulb) which might
cause glare, :

lack none tor inclifoiea in thn
column (hdula1 a tubmitua m
' ra-writta ttum and miilaa
the koa mimhfli InUi" iailv 'So 'Social
cial 'Social an4 OfkarwiM," oi lio4
htta to rht ettict. Notieoi el
if tinoi tinnot accoatoi fc
loirphooo.
Canal 2on Mijlcat Society
The 617th meeting of theijiledic theijiledic-al
al theijiledic-al AssocUtiuu ui tne Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone will be held in Ward 17.

Gorgas Hospital, next Tuesday at

i:ou p.m.

f. The society will hear Dr. Alexis

Sheiokov.-the director ot tne new

Middle American Research Unit,
which has been established on the

Canal Zone to investigate viral

and mycotic diseases -of the tro tropics.
pics. tropics. Tne program for the cv.jing

will consist of ut. sneioKovs pre

sentation. -' Lecent Advances in

Clinical Virology", and a dicus-S
sion on "Histoplasmosis on the

Isthmus," by Miss Charlotte Camp
bell, chief mycologist, Walter Reed
Army Institute for ' Research,
Washington, D. C.
A buffet suDDer will' be served

prompltly at 7 o'clock prior to

me meeting.

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NEWYORK (UP) A style ex expert
pert expert calls for more individuality
in jewelry to keen us womeh

from looking as if we had just

stepped out of a reformatory.
','We heed individuality in jew jewelry.
elry. jewelry. Otherwise, we'll look like
we're right out of the reformato
ry because clothes today have
such a uniform look., They hide the
shape, which is the only thin?
that makes one girl different
from other girls," said Mrs.
Chsrlotte Thompson, director of
the Fashion, Coordination Institute.
The institute keeps track of basic
beauty and fashion trends.
-The trapeze silhouette meant a
swing back to bib necklaces and
smaller earrings, she said. Long
ropes and chains, now staple
items with the chemise, will .be

cut in size if worn at all with this

line.'

The bib is the best type of

necklace for the trapeze, she aH

ed. Most bibs will hive smaller!

beads but lots of strands a nun

lmum of 16 strands : to give a

bulky, but not heavy,-look.
Drop earring will temain trrt trrt-portant
portant trrt-portant but will be smaller. The
trend is toward classic types:
small pearls and tailored gold
earrings instead of the. big, chun chunky
ky chunky types we've been wearing,, she
Said.

"The trick is to wear either one
large i pin or a group of four or
five smaller pins smack in the
middle. None of this left shoulder
business. The trapeze is such a
rigid geometric form that jewelry
must balance," she said.

Jlir)ermina.(.A
3ncrease. Stress
On Cjourtnet

A

NEW YORK (UP) To' hungry
travelers, the new Golden Dj)or
restaurant at Idlewild Internation
al Airport opens' on a world where
you can dine like the leisure class,
even if there's only an' hour be between
tween between planes.
The Golden Door is the last In
a growing list of fine restaurants
at major air terminals in the

United. States a welcome change

from the early days of commerlcal

Writ, ft TUtn fTemtnrlAt tttlltlAB

passenger was lucky to get a hike.

warm oiue piaie special or an

overdone hamburger in a drab
lunehiljm.
By contrast, the continental cui-

Whnn -m rim.,. : ne me uoiaen woor is auracu

,t Min7 wh .h"ii8 not only trave ers but also
t-out neckline, weir a bib, she, h ArcA. J -ctftmDr. :

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.VE? 13 CROWNED Margaret Greene, daughter of Col. Corston A. Greene, chief of'
the US Army Military Mission to Honduras an i Mrs. Gfeene, was crowned nnfpn of the Canal
Zone Junior College spring carnival. Tlie coronation took place recently at 'the Fdii' Amador
Officers' Open Mess-U.S. Army Photo) .v ' uur .

IAWC Hospitality Cammittea
All members of the hospitality

committee of the Inter-American

Woman'r Club are requested to

Ittend I committee meeting at

the Tivoli Guest House Monday

morning at 10 o clock. Plans for

the June luncheon will be made
Balboa Women's: Club
Caret Cluk Group z-f-:'-'

The Card Club group of the Bal-I

Boa Women's Club will Sponsor a
fid-host luncheon at the Fort A

mador ; Officers' Open Mess on

L Thursday, at noon.- It will not be

necessary to make reservations.
Itgrartll WAtnen'i Auxiliary
A Regional meeting of the Wo

ltnen'j Auxiliary ,of the Mission Mission-tary
tary Mission-tary Didcse of the Cahal Zore

WUi be held at Bishop Morris Hall
on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. the Rt.
Rev.HXUeber Gpdden, Bishop of
the Canal Zone will be Ihe speak-
Altar RoiSrv Mootina i

The .regular meeting of the Al
tar Rosary will meet Tuesday at

o: io p.m. at me aacrea nearx nam
The guest speaker will be the pre-

sident of the Inter-American. Los t

ASsn. ih Panama, Peter E. An An-glade.
glade. An-glade. A mtive of Puerto ftico,
Mr.' Anglade His spent' most of
his life in New Orleans, La.

cut

advised. The lower the neckline.

the longer the bib. If the dress
has a small roll collar or Is col-

larless,-keep the neck, bare and

wear a pin and earrings. All
necklaces should have ornamented

clasps because, collars will not

hide the back. Earrings should
reach either above or below the
jawline to avoid a saggy look. ;

VU WLl Si

L1IS Daccabrcato
for 195S Gfediiatss
Io Be Held June 1

The Baccalureate service for

the 1958 graduating class of Bal Bal-'boa
'boa Bal-'boa High School will be held June
'if at 2:0 p3.m. ', :
J The services will begin with the

laying of the processional "Tliy
lame We Hail'f: from "The Re

demption" by the High School or-

"cnestra. ine invocation wui oe
! given by the Rev. Oscar W, Olsen
followed by tha Glee Club's' "Thou

Art the Glory of Their Strength"
.l)v Handel. '--

T. t. Hot: isrlnilsl rtf BHS. will

' Introduce Rev. Robert F, Gussick.
,who will speak on "Education for
What".

' After the address, the Glee Club
Jwill ling "Locus Iste" by Bruckn-
r. All music will be under the
direction of Victor Herr.'
'The benediction will be by the
Kev. John W, Came, CM. follow followed
ed followed bt the recessional march "A

Reverence" by (Buxtehude, played

py tnajius orcnestra.

A touch-up will keen- a mani

cure looking better longer. A coat
Of cOlOrless polish applied about
three days after a manicure pro protects
tects protects the original application.
' Many women sighed with re relief
lief relief When they found it Was all
right t6 apply make-up in public.
However, it still doesn't look verv

nice.- And wouldn't you rather keep
inch" secrets to yourself?

Selecting correct shades of cos cosmetics
metics cosmetics is difficult. Thfe key is to
know the colors that match your
skin tone. Warm hues, generally,
are best for skins wlth'dcher of
olive tints while pink or reddish
complexions take tool tdfll COlofl.

Rubbing alcohol may be used
to heW check excessive persipira persipira-tion
tion persipira-tion of feet. After bathing, massage
feet with the alcohol. Apply hand
lotion and then an antiseptic-pow-

oer
Use i nail brush and orange.

wood stick for cleaning under

nails. These do net injur the mil

41 a metal instrument might.

Often you can get rid of a day's
weariness by being kind to your
feet. Giv them a hftt and rnM

foot bath. Sit on the bath-tub edge
and dangle your feet under fau faucet.
cet. faucet. Alternately turn on hot cold
Water, The stimuli tion will be re relaxing
laxing relaxing to your feet and you will
feel better.

CZ Art League Will
Hold Art Classes
On Atlantic Side

The Canal Zone Art League. A

tlantic Branch, is offering for the

benefit of beginners or those who

wtsn to improve their technique,
I series of summer art lessons.

The Cllsses will be taught at the

Art League iud house in Gltun.l
Anyone over 15 years of age is
eligible to enroll. Classes will be
taught by members of the League.
.-The first series will be basic
drawing and will begin next Wed Wed-sesday
sesday Wed-sesday at 7:30 p.m. and last until
9:3Q p.m.- Students ire Isked to
bring l drawing board. Other sup supplies
plies supplies will be available at the club
for I small charge.
There will be a charge tf $5.00
for each series of five lessons. The
fee, which is payable in advance
and is not refundable, will accure
to the club treasurer. Anoyone hav having
ing having questions about the course
may call Mrjs. Greening st Ga.
tun 393.
It is planned to follow the basic
drawing classes with l series on
woodcarvmg, painting, color, etc.
is the demand indicates.

The child psychologist ought to
have his own head examined who

first thought up the idea that

small children should be encourag

ed to make decisions for them themselves
selves themselves by being offered choices
- The only thing that offering I

.choice does to most 'Small fry i

to maw tnem stuDDorn.
During years of shopping at sap sap-ermakertS
ermakertS sap-ermakertS I have ; witched con conscientious
scientious conscientious young mothers offering
their toddlers choices.

'You can have either a candy
bar or an ice cream cone at the

drugstore," Mama says in a rGa

sonible tone ef voice. And then

she asks hopefully. "Now which

would you rather have? Hurry

and make up your mind because
Mama has to get back home."-
in all the dozens of times t have
never seen a kid do what the dsV.

chology books hd! Mama hope hopefully
fully hopefully expect hirn t do. ; o
, Never have 1 "heard- Irs small

child, faced with the prospect of

Choosing between tW6 good thing!

make a nappy selection of one

Of them. 1 v

Some kids demand both, ind if

they don't get them they're drag
ged away kicking and screaming.
Some decide that, given a choice

of a candy bar or an ice- cream
cone, they'll push their luck and

ciemana a soda, so tney introduce
the third choice which for some
reason or other is never one Ma Ma-mi
mi Ma-mi considers suitable.

- Some simply stand md stare and

siy they don't know what they

want,, until Mama is forced to

make the decision the Child Is sup

posed io maxe.

hundreds of customers whose

homes are near the airport.
They lunch and dine luxuriously

in a glass-walled penthouse atop

tne three-story international Ar.
rivals Building.- 1

The 400-seat diniflg room wis
designed by Florence Knoll, in a

blue, beige and gold medley of

Simple modern styles.
Anthony O. Nirdin. the manns

er. takes his job so seriously that

he's been known to stay, .with' nt

arouna tne ciocn.
"I spent a Week end here late

in February When a blizzard hit."

he explained. "That was soon af.

ter- we opened and we bad to feed

900 stranded passengers whole
flights were held up by the wea.

"But as far Is I know, no one

has ever "missed his plane because

he lingered too long over i meal."

Nevertheless, the temotation ex
isls. Ybu sit comfortably on t

chair of foitfl'rubber cushioned

banquette, and you don't feel in.

suited If you'rt. offered a table

near the kitchen, in this restaur

fint, tt'S a desirable legation for

diners more interested in food than

flying. k

The kitchen-vifiw behind I Urge

glass panel, is a mouihwaterin
melange of siiish kebab, ; other
meats and 'fowl, cooking on one i
grills, or lit an Infra.red cooker

that holds' up- to 240 pounds i Cf

meat at one timer ? v

ShlSh kettsb. "served on flamini

swords, is tne most popular item,

on the menu, 4ardm said., i"
. ''It was such an amazing sue.
eels that our waiters were stand

ing in line in the kitchen opening

night, waiting for tne swords, t j
be' cleaned and refilled. The next
day( I rushed into ; New York, to
buy more."

The flaming sword entrees come

in three varieties lamb, beef
and seafood tnd there's selec
tion of Steaks, chnn. nnultrv anil

seafood prepared in the manner

or severii countries.
' Tn fll-cvetlt lanniiDB ntnhtntnj

for foreign passengers it the in

temitlonal port, the lianaement
his had the menu orbited in T.nt.

Jish, French, spinfsh, italin, GerJ
h A at AAA rtiaal-

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Textured) roonrslte. ru In tweedy mixture has Its own pad of urethane foam bonded to the f -v
. back. Rug- complements Y-chair in blue and white and sets off glass-topped table. V
GOOD news 'for brfdci Wrto are Lamp tables with hintfen imhnrf i,A wri.t.fj..:

feathering their, nests on pinonptn-! or concealed Storage -some are tuiic :oits inciHe on? flpsiivd'

by ,Nofman McGregor',

ny budgets is to be found in some large enousli to hold beddlns In

Of the recent improvements JO, tile so.a bed-tombinaiion at'

homi furnishings. : f ffaininw viiv mtmhon ; tt i

Most notable, perhaps, is the j

evidence m furniture, anj floor, ; Low tables that combine : din-1 brass casters

coverings iim smart viiyie ana

W'l 1

e heavy glass top 42 incirs in d I-

t meter Set -on a brass bse. 'It

is fit'.ed with large, easy i roiling

HOTEL PANAM0NTE
7 BOQUETE
Announces its closing for the
.ft-, -r -?rJ. i; C -iff". j. : -r;
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rainy season on June 1,
Reopening for the dry season
V : ' : ;;,
vill bo announced before hand.

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FABRICS lor
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SLIP COVERS

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No Picture WiH Be Closer To Your Heart!...
THE GIFT OF LOVE

OPENS WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA

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"THE GIFT OP LOV," 20th Century Fbx'a Cinema Cinemascope
scope Cinemascope and DeLuxe production, starring Lauren Bacall and
Robert Stack and featuring Evelyn Rudle, will be released
en Wednesday t the Bella Vista theatre, and promises to
be that rare motion picture offering, a story of pure senti sentiment
ment sentiment treated with honesty and. realism.
Produced by the world famous picture maker, Charles
Brackett and directed by Jean Neguieseo, whose past films
have let an industry pace, the picture tells f a brilliant
yet lonely man, and atomic scientist, who marries a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and compassionate woman who later find she. is fa fa-tally
tally fa-tally 111.

"THE GIFT OF LOVE," Is a picture for everyone, gua guaranteed
ranteed guaranteed to leave audiences warmly enthusiastic over a well well-spent
spent well-spent evening at the movies. DON'T MISS IT!

good quality can: be reasonably
nriced. t

priced,

A few years aeo shoDuina for

budget-priced furnishings, especial

ly rugs, usually turned up a limit
ed selection in a narrow color
range ind bid-fashioned patterns;
the most we could say for them

Wis that they probably wouldny

snow me sou. ;
It'S POSSIBLE NOW tn' Com

bine that practical viriue with

uveiy color ana nigh-faMiong styl styling.
ing. styling. And you need not soar off in into
to into the high-altitude prices eper
square yard. '
You can find finality nines In a

low price range,' and backed by

tne reputation of manufacturers.
For brides and young homemak homemak-efS,
efS, homemak-efS, room-size rugs or smaller
area rugs are particularly appeal appeal-Ing
Ing appeal-Ing because they can be transport transported'
ed' transported' readily from home to home.
The value of a rug pad, which
usually is modestly priced, to pro prolong,
long, prolong, the life of the rug and to

give a more luxurious softness

underfoot should be remembered.
AN INNOVATION of interest is
the permanent bonding of a cush cushiony
iony cushiony pad to the jrug backing.
One example; a loop i- textured,
solution-dyed carpet backed by u.
rethane foam. ,.
Available in room-size rues and

As wall-to-wall carpeting, this is
shown in a color range of solid
sandalwood, green, pewter and

so on.
Tweed effects combining beige
and off-white or black and while

are also seen. They look more in

teresting to me with modern fur

niture than, life solid 'colors. ;
Another 'good example of" hew

Duagets ana youtntui tastes is

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wooi uem-wnicn comoines rrar-

urai wnite wool yarns in a cob cobblestone1
blestone1 cobblestone1 pattern afainst corttrast corttrast-tng
tng corttrast-tng tween backgrounds. ,

beed suggested by the cobblestrHi-

ui uiu uauiiu vmages.
The overall effect, however;. is
as interesting witlK modern as
With' provincial furniture
Color, combinations, such as. nat natural
ural natural on walnut, and blue or nat natural
ural natural on ?nlrl

that this is a much more expen

sive carpei man it is.'
ANOTHER AREA in furnishings
design where improvements have
been made that shoulrl "Drove

valuable and interesting to young
shoppers is tables.
We need tablet for a variety of
purposes but floor space is often
limited. (
Truly versatile tablet aft a
boon. There are tables, for exam example,
ple, example, with two sets of folding legs legs-one
one legs-one ''set raises the top to card ta table
ble table height, the other set permits
it to be lowered to coffee table
height.

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'RECORD' STARS-Pattl Page, star of "The Big Record," whiclt!
will be heard over HOG-lour ttinnlupUy Ntwork every Sat Saturday,'
urday,' Saturday,' beginning tonight at 7:39 p.m., poses with Benny Good
man, world famous orchestra leader, who appears on one of
her shows.

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DR ERNESTO MATlilS, fliilinsiilshed Euiua dorian and a brotherin-laW of the President of
Ecuador was an interested visitor to the Mlra f lores locks this Week. Dr. Mateus and (his
tatty Were treeted at the Locks by Capt. Warner 8. Kodimon, Marine Director, after' which
thev were show the operations. Shown above, left to right! Rodimon. Dr. and Mrs. Franklin
Tellour, Mrs. Teresa Lopez de Vallarlno, Dr. Mateus, E. J. Mlchelis, tour leader at Mirallores,
and Miss Mateus. '- ,'. ,"'".' "' ., '!,

WASHINGTON, Miy 17 (UP-- NEW YORK (UP-Rp. Adamjcourt appearance wa over, the
The House Appropriations C 0 in-j Clayton Ppowel Jr., pleaded in-1 crowd outside had swelled to 300
mittee slashed 7 per 'cent yes-nocent yesterday to charges of well-wishers, who shook his hand,
terday from President Eiscnhcw- cheating on income tax re.urns Waved or shouted "jriod luck" to

er s budget requests lor tne uo.n-.ne tuea for nimseu ina nis wae, mm.

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merce Department and related

agencies in he new fiscal .year
beginning July 1.
But it approved every penny
sought for research on high tern,
perature research .necessary to
development of high-thrUst rocket
fuels. Noting Russia's lead in the

field, it also called for increased
emphasis on such research,
The committee took th action
in .approving a $197,140,000 bill to
run ihe department, the Panama
Canal, the ; Civil Aeronautics
Board, the Airways Modernization
Board, the St. Lawrence Seaway
Corp.-and the Tariff Commission.
The total represented a $65,581,.
000 cut in the President's original
request, but an increase of $199.,
411,375 above th fundi allocated
to the same agencies jn th pres present
ent present fiscal year, v
The measure carried J $799.664..

000 -for i the Commerce Depart.

meni, .a reauction 0 $58,435,000
from the President's request but

$246,523,775- more than the agency
received this year.: ,
Also included was $38,916,000 for
the Panama Canal, a reduction of
$2,731,000; $46,750,000 fof the Civil
Aeronautic Board, a ut of 100.
thousand dollars; a full $1,810,000
for the Tariff Commission, and
$30.million dollars for the new

airways modernization board, a

reduction of $4,315,000.',

The committee approved aft
out ay of $116,750,000 to subsidize
the-conslruction of 17 merchant
ships during the year.;' No funds
were provided lor ship construc

tion this year, because of the big

carryover in construction funds
frotn 1957. .. v6-.i''" :.

The bill also-would provide 120

million dollars lor ship operating
subsidies, an 85 million dollar in increase
crease increase over this year,
The1 committee also recom

mended that Congress pass legis.
lafion this year to require a

charge fof the use of govern,
ment air navigation facflties.

In approving the full $1,161,000

sought by the Bureau af Stand.

ards for mgn temperture re

Diaftist Hazel Scott

The 50-year old Negro Demo,
crat appeared to be unperturbed
by charges that could put him in
nrison for 15 yeafs. The congress.

man who also is a minister, wag
outspoken in welcoming Tarn,
many Hall's decision to dump
him as a candidate .or relection
this year because he support ;d

President Eisenhower in the 1956
election. v

Thank God I'm rid of theft,"

Poweli said, "and now It's time

for the city to get rid dl them.!'

A crowd of about 100 of pow.

ell's Harlem friends, followers

ana ministerial colleagues greet,
ed him when he drove up to the

federal courthouse in a chauffeur.
driven limousine.

By the time Bis six minute

Big Cooolerfeil Ring

Broken Viih Arresl

AlllashVille Airport

WASHINGTON, May (UP)-The

, WASHINGTON (UP)-The 5.
Secret Service said yesterday it
exoecte'd td tflake more arrest m

cleaning up a big counterfeit ring
which passed bogus federal re.

serve notes in 14 siaies. ,utirt,a,

The Secret Service, broke --.th Y" ; 1

TWO followers interrupted a
hews conierence in the courthouse
press room to hand Powell checks
for a total of $27$ to help hint
Wage in independent Democratic
campaign for election to H 1 1

eighth term in Congress.

One of the checks, for $200,
was written by a Harlem doctor
and presented by Col; Hubert F,
Julian, the iamed, "black eagle"
so dier of fortune 'who once flew
'or Ethiopian Emperor Haile Se.
lassie. .- j f
. Powell's wife was not In court.
Miss ; Scott has been living in
Paris and was. reported planning
to divorce Powell and seek custo.
dy of their sons. She it his sec second
ond second wife. '-. ; v
A federal grand jur indicted
Powell, pastor of the Abyssinian
Baptist Chtfrch, May 8 on three
Counts of falsifying iflcotna tlx
returns.. v ' .,, ,.
He wa charged witil preparing
a fraudulent return fof Miss Scott
in 1951, listing her income is
$4,819, when it allegedly should
have been $9,181, and listing their

joint net income in 1952 as $5,252,
when it allegedly Should have
been-$8,932. Powell'l congrtssion congrtssion-al
al congrtssion-al salary is $22,500. ,
; Powell appelred before federal

Jddge Edward Welnfeld. The in-

ring Wednesday with the arrest at

tne nasnuie, Tenn., airport ot
John Wesley Riadon and Wiliam

Earl Smith. Thev wera carrying

$60 000 in nhflnv lin M anH tin "nieia t reieasca roweu. m

reefy Is 'ong at he makes him.
self Available to the court when.

ell was asked to enter his plea.
"Not guilty,'! he said in a iirm,
clear voice. :

Welnfeld released Powell, in

Riadon wis li-raigned lrt Nasfi.

ville Wednesday and Smith wis
taken to Little Rock, Ark., Where
he allegedly, passed counterfeit
money.
The Secret) Service aaid the ring
passed about $23,000 in phony bills
in Indiana, Florida, Tennessee,
South Carolina, Georgia, Oklaho

ma, Arkansas, Kentucky,

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. your cooking tools with your;
pots, pans appliances, etc.
BLUE PINK GREEN YELLOW

BEST-BY TEST
' UPSTAIRS

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Mr. Comfy

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ryif cfiiHuHire Cf alomt a unwilling dior
4th of July Ave. k U St. tell Z-t'iS

ever It requests.

WE. CIVE FREE "Chitso" de ORO STAMPS

IDEA REWARDED Karl C. Marohl, center,, radio repairer and Installer with the U-SArmy
Caribbean Signal Depot, Madden Wye, demonstrates his adopted idea for more efficient main maintenance
tenance maintenance of a record8r.teproc.uccr, .Watching are 1st Lt. John G. Grill, assistant .supply offi officer'
cer' officer' and William C. Kongable, chief of the Signal maintenance Branch. Marohl received a
Department of the Army suggestion award Certificate In recognition of his ideas
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, fcAPT." GEORGE Fi RICHARDSON, Navy, this, week received the Army .Commendation
Rlbborl from Lt. Gen, Rldsley aaither,. commander in chief of the (Caribbean Command, dur-
In? 4 brief ceremony ttt' the command headquarters Quarry HeightSi, Richardson, ac.oom
. panied by his wife, Edith (right), received the congratulations of the general, for his excep-
' tionally: meritorious service as Caribbean Command Assistant Chiefs of. Staff J-8 from' Jun
1956 to May .1958. ,-In the citation accompanying the award, Richardson's mature judgment
find consummate tact' in representing-the commander in jChief at high-level conferences, with ,;
key officials, -both political-. n military of the United States latin America j and Gfeat
. Britain was stated as accomplishments reflecting great credit upon himself, the Caribbeen ;
Command and the United' States KaVy. Richardson and his family wllj depart this week fof
his new assignment in. Mosaow, IflahO. (U.S Army Photo) x
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CAPT. ROY M. HARBER (center K commiflsarv hffopr Af t.h' wArt miHrtr mwfaW -ri.

, cjives the Ccmmpndation Ribtion.'wltrrMetal -Pendant -irom' Col.'-Gines Perea, Army-Atlantid-.Commander,
v. in le his wife, Effie, watches the ceremony.' Barber received this award1 for his

.fvuwuumuig ljciioiuiauce Hiiu eiiicieucy in operaung tne Fort uuiiclt Commissary.
(U. Army lTioto)

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search, the committee, expressed h,M. Cnirn nri n mi

concern that sucn wok was not 1 c0 .
proceeding faster. . ,h(lilt .,,;

' 1 1 V"- ', 1 worth of counter "eit money before
' lit could be baflled..

SNw L 1 Tn? Secret Service said Rjadon

Pannmo Uno

Oalllnoo

A laree eroutJ of Panama Ca.

flal employes going to the United

States on vacation, are included
among th 148 passengers book,
ed to sail Tuesday ron Cristobal

jr .New York; aboard the ;pana.
tt-linetf Cristobal, i .,v
Listed as nasseneera for New

Vork ire-' Edward N. Browder.
Jr., assistant Engineering and
Construction Director. ) accompa

nied by his wife and eon; Olessle

& Lockridge,! Physical f Educatidn

admitted he 1 printed the bills near
Donaldson. Tenn., and that 8ml h
wal his chief distributor Eleven
other persons- were ? arrested for
pbssessing and passing the biila.
New arrests were expected now
that the gang' leaden are in cu.
tody. ,
.Riadon Was1 arrested alter
agents Saw .liim bringing a bag
full of bogus bills from his home
to the airport".- Thev had- been

Watching him ior aoyerai dys.

v secret service chie U. E.
Baughman said the bils were

L"very good imitations. H saiA

tne plot nad reached "huge pro.

poruons-' ana resulted in losses

and-Athletic Director: and E. W. to many pcrsorii

Zelnick, chief of the Water : afldi j The Investigation had been mt.
t laboratories Branch accompanied derway since last November when
y his family, v x- I Indianapolis merchant UMwlttirfg UMwlttirfg-v
v UMwlttirfg-v Booked ior Portau.Prihce. Hai. ly accepted counterfeit notes.,

l.T. J M. t T-11-.

u ie uii,. aim mis. J. jvuy.
The cortipietl i advance passen.
ger list for New York folow:v
Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. Ah

derson and two children; Mr.
ahd Mrs. W. E. flames; Mr. and I
Mr. C. William Bcchtle; Mr. and!
Mrs. Robert LX Blaney a ft fl
three children; Mr: Ssd Mr., Ed-1

Ward B. Bldch; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Blaney and three ehii.
dren; Mr. and Mrs. ThomaS A.
Brennan and iofl; Mr.1 and Mrs.
George Bressoud; Mr. and Mrs.
KrtWarrl M RrnwriPl1 tr inJ

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Burkhardi I

and Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge M.
Burtcn and son.- v
; Mr. .and Mra. George W. Cdle.
man and two children; Mr. and
Mrs, Gregory Cartotto and- two

children;- Mr., and Mrs. M i 1 1 n

ana Davis and three children Mr,
and Mrs. Iuis De- Veauxj Mr.
and Mrs. F,flul.Mv..Disharoon, Jr.
and two children:. Mrs. Ethel M.

Dreyeri and. daughter; Mrs.' Aura

M. EriRSon and two Children; Mr.
and Mrs. Noel C. Farnsworth and
fouf children; Mrs. Larry D. Gib.
sonj Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gold,
berger and Mr. and Mrs. Roy L.
Hearn and two chi'dren.v
. Mr. and Mrs1. Barrett ; Jacobs;
Mrs. Mary Jackson; Miss Elsie
Weinberg;, Miss Margaret. Kra
mer; Miss Ann Kfamer; Sam Ue
bowitz; Glessie C. Lockridge; Mr.
and Mrs. David Lison; Mr, and
Mrs. Fred' W. Loeber ; Mrs. Vir.
ginia Nessler and Jtvo children;
The, Rev, Mainert J. Peterson,
wife and three children;" Joseph
A. Plaisance ahd Mr. and Mrs.

DafWin E. Pope and two chi).

dren. -Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Ls Row Rowley
ley Rowley and two' Children; Mr.1 and
Mrs. Donald R. Rudy and son;
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosen
thai; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sea.
mans and two children; Mrs. Do.
lores G. Steward; Mf.. and Mrs.
Erving Spector.and four chi'dren;
Mr. and Mrs, 'Theodore W.
Schmidt and three children: JJr.
and Mrs. Donald H. Secrest and
two ChildrentMr. and "Mrs. Carl

Stadler afid daughter; Miss Ger-J

trude Smith; Miss Marion Smith:
Miss Berta Teiada; Mr. .and
Mrs. Fred R. Trout; Mrs Maria
Toriblo and son; Mrt and Mrs.
Robert B. Vache and three chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Weiss:
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wiglwr and
Mrs. Ernest W. Zelnick and thrpe
Children. v

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In 7 Furlong $2,000 Sprint

I The- Haras Carinthia's .Ragazza goes out in
quest of her second classic triumph in less than three
weeks when she faces only three opponents in to today's
day's today's $2,000 added Enrique de la Guardia Classic at
the President Remon racetrack.
w The seven furlong sprint is being held in honor
of turman Enrique de la Guardia, one of the old-

I timers of Isthmian horse racing,

Tim Tarn Scores

Easy Triumph
In Preakness

' v

' Ragawa scored! a thrilling one
length victory over Romancer on
May 1 in the Labor Day Classic
under competent handling by
youthful HeUodoro Gustines. Gus Gus-tines
tines Gus-tines will again be in the p 1 1 o t.
house today. v
The hard .-.running bay three-year-old
Argentme.bred daughtei
it itow Rimh wrll tote 120

d rnmnared to 110 for

Mmuli Pedrwa and 114 each for

A.h nA Rintnns. The race is

fAti 4iua inn thrPA vear-old fillies

with South South American proo-

' iirta Prtinp a heavier weight as.

signment because of the difference

in breeding seasons.
Tha 9.vpsf.nld Manuela Pedraza

rii! nn in an entrv under -the

w nf Anpiistn W. Newman

Amah will defend the prestige of

the Stud Buena r e.
Cagey Julio Rodriguez will do
tti hnntlne on Riotoua while Mar-

con Hurlev will handle Manuela

Pedraza's rems. Amah will be
guided by Ruben (Caliche) Vas.
quez.
The "experts" opine that Ra.
paw. will chase Riotous and A.

man until some three furlong?

out where she will overtake them

and race by to win going away

by several lengths.

Several other thrillers are sure

to develop on this attractive pro.
gram. V V
The secondary attraction is the
$500 Las Tablas H a n d i c a p in
which ten fifth series will match
strides over seven furlongs. The
field includes Empire Cross, Lobo,
Lark, Colifato, Oliver, Cartillera,

! Rose of the World, Clarucha,
Jump Quick and Distineo.

. Ten other races are scheduled

on the program,

THE DIVIDENDS:

, First Race
1 Alhajar $3.00, $3.00
2 Pappa Flyn $7.00 ,-.
.Second Race
1 Grimllda $5.40, $3.00
2 Dun $6.00
First Double! $7.40 ;
" Third Race
1 Blanqulta $3.00, $2.20
2 Daniel $2.80
One-Two: $4.60
i Fourth Race
1- Slderal $24,60, $4.00
2 Sahri $2.40
Quiniela: $12.80'
Fifth Race
1 Informal $2.40, $2.20
2 Sputnik $4.80 .
' Sixth Race
1 Pasatiempo $7.20, $4.20
2 Blue. Zulu $5.60
Seventh Race
1 Hostigador $7.60, $2.80
2 King's Park $2.40
Second Double: $41.20
Eighth Race
1 Mlml $5.20.' $3.80
2 Tingat $9.60
Qiuniela: $48.20
1 Ninth Race
1 Oonetlno $6.40, $2.60
' 2 Heroico $2.20 t
One-Two: $10.60
Tenth Race
. 1 Alcaraz $4.20, $2.40 .,;
2 Sunfair $2.20 r y s
Eleventh Race ''
1 Sandokan $2.8&, $2.20
2 Emily Mary $2.20
Twelfth Race
1 Noticion $40.00, $10.60
- 2 Filon $3.80 i

BALTIMORE. Md., May. 17

(UPX-CAlumet Farm's Tim Jam

mlled away in the stretch to-win

he $133,950 Preakness stakes at

Pimlico today even more comfort comfortably
ably comfortably than he won the Kentucky
Derby two weeks ago. ;

Jockey Ismael V a 1 e n z m e 1 a

broueht the Derby champion from

the middle of the pack halfway

from home to overhaul -the pace

setting Lincoln Road at the head
of the stretch as Tim Tam drew

out to victory by about three

lengths, v r'

Lincoln Road held on for second

place. Gone Fishin' ftook third.
Silky Sullivan once again disap disappointed
pointed disappointed his legion of fans by fail

ing to threaten the leaders j.-- The
far western colt, after trailing far
behind the rest of the field, start started
ed started to move going into the last turn

but could pull up only to eighth
place at the finish. ,
Tim Tam covered the mile and
three sixteenths in 1:57 1-5. 1 1
Tim Tam paid $4.20 and 2.20 a a-cross
cross a-cross the board as the favorite,
x.incoln Road returned $4.80 and
$3.40, and Gone Fishin' 4.80. ;
The crowd turned out early to
watch the 82nd running of the his historic
toric historic race. ; v
Tim Tam carried 126 pounds
over the course In 1;57 1-5, one
of the fastest clockings in the
race but far from the track and

stake record of 1:54 3-5 set by

Nashua in the Preakness of 1955.
Only five horses, however, have
been able to beat 1:57 in this
race, ,
Noureddln was fifth In the
largest Preakness field In 30
years, followed in order' by Ta Talent
lent Talent Show, Jewel's eward, Silky
Sullivan, chance It Tony, Mar Martins
tins Martins Rullah, Michore and Lib Liberty
erty Liberty ruler.
. ' "j '
Panamanian : Manuel Ycaza
was aboard Jewels Reward. .

Race Track, Grsibd Ontriss

t.K Hon

Jecktr St.

Cemmtat

1st Ract "Sptcial" Imp. S Fgt. Putm $50.03

1st RACE OF THE DOUSLE

1 Peter Downfall B. Aguirre 110 Improving slowly
2 Voltage M. hurley 110 Early speed only

3 Boyton Spring E. Dano 102 Depends on start

" .x CdJ
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Pool Closs 1:00

4 Achieved

5 Pepin 1
6 Sober View

2nd Rac 'Spc.

1 Dona Flora
2 Doble Fija
3 Mama Lola
4 Bathina i
5 Teddy
ft Mi Locura
7 Loberia

Q. Chanis 105 Complete failure

B. Baeza 104 Reportedly improved
R Vasquez 115 Seems best here

3.1
5-1
10-1
25-1
v 4.1
3-5

No.Winners S F Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 1:30
2nd RAC OF THE DOUBLE
B. Baeza 108 Must improve more 5-2
H. Gustines 115 Should score easily , EVEN
B. Aguirre 108 Reportedly improved 5.1
A: Credidio 103 Dangerous contender : 3-1
A. Alfarol03x Good early speed 4-1
M. Hurley 110 Has shown nothing K '15-1
J. Gongora 105 Still plenty green 304

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3rd Race Winners l.yr.eld Imp. 7Pure $450.00 Peel Closes 2:00
ONE TWO e
1- Sicabu B.' Aguirre 112 Will fight it out 4-1
2- Hermelina H. Gustines 108 Apparently fractious 1 ' 10.1
3- Deungalope R. Gomez 112 Not with this rider 15-1
4-Xistullari B. Baeza 115 Hard to beat here 1 EVEN
5- Mi Cautiva J. Phillips 106 Doesn't seem likely 81
6- Pastoreo R. Cristian 113 In fight to finish 7J5
7- Pangal A. Credidio 105 Distance to liking -34

4th Race "H" Natives S

Fgt. Purse $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

It

1-Don Manuel A. Visquez 110 Has late foot
2--Don Pastor R. Gomez 115 Has boxing gloves'
3 Presidente A. Credidio 112 Could go all the way
4 San Cristobal G. Sanchea 108 Better this week
5- Solito J. Phillips 110 Way off form -'
ft-Vilma P B. Baeza 108 Mutuels favorite
7 (Carmelita J. Avilall5 Fastest at getaway
8 (Guacamaya A. Gonzales 108 Would surprise

104
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34
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5th Race Fillis 2.3.yr-old 7 fat. Purse $2000. Pool Closes 3:00
"Enrique 'de la Guard! Classic"

1 Ragazza H. Gusflnes 120 Seems "sure thing",
2 Amah R. Vasquez 114 Could surprise -.
3 (Riotous J. Rodriguez 114 Enjoying top form
4 (Manuela P.. M. Hurley 110 Not good enough

1.2
52
5-2
5-2

6th Race th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 3:40
1 1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

,. 1-Chivilingo J, Phillips 113 Distance to liking 1
2-Cachafai A. Credidio 108 Would pay nice odds
3 Mar Bravo v H. Gustines 105 Serious effort here
4- Riscal F. Alvarez 110 Enjoying best form
5- The Squire : B. Aguirre 110 Hasn't shown much
6 Atomic Spring B. Baeza 104 Jockey may help
7 Fifito J.. Rodriguez 112 Should be runnerup
8- Lyncal R. Vasquez 115 Seems best of lot

. : 44

104
1 54
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54
104
. 3-1
EVEN

II 12 Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams

x-Milwaukee

San Fco.
'Pittsburgh
; Chicago
St. Louis

X-Cincinnati

Philadelphia

Los Angeles

W
17
19
17
15
12
10

12
10

L
8
11
12
16
15
13
16

20

Pet. GB
.667
.633
.586 m

.484,
.444
.435
.429
.333

4tt
5
5Vi
7

x-Night Game not included.

TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (2)
San Francisco at Chicago (2)

San Francisco 003 010- 0419 12 1
Chicago 000 020 002-4 7 2
Gomez (4-2) and Schmidt) Hob Hob-bie,
bie, Hob-bie, Freeman (6), Nichols (8),
Fodge (9) and S. Taylor. LP-Hob-bie
(2-4). HRS-Spencer (9), Cepe Cepe-da
da Cepe-da 2 (10 and 11), Mays (11).

Pittsburgh 000 0031 000-3 S 1
Philadelphia 030 100 OOx 4 6 1

Daniels. Smith (4). Blackburn

(5) and Foiles; Roberts (3-4) and
Lopata, Lonnett (6). LP-Daniels

(0-2). HRS-Repulski (4), Jones (2),
Thomas (11), Foiles (1). r

Los Angeles 000 001 000 1 5 0

St. Louis i 000 700 30X-10 13 1
Newcombe, Bessent (4), Koufax
(4), Williams (5), Drysdale (8)
and Roseboro; Jackson (2-1) and
Smith. LB-Newcombe (0-3): HRS HRS-Musial
Musial HRS-Musial (8), Cunningham (1).

Milwaukee
Game).

at Cincinnati (Night

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams
'New York
! Washington
x-Baltimore
XfKansas City
x-Detroit .,
x-Boston
Cleveland

Chicago

W
17
13
11
11
,13
13
13

11

L
5
13
12
12
15
15

16
14

Pet. GB

.773

.500
.478
.478
.464
.464
.448

.440

7th Race Sth Serbs' Imp. 7 JFjs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 4:i$
2nd RACB OF JHE. DOUBLE. .J

1 Sabotaje II "B. Baeza 115 Coulif'gef up'
2 Silver Heels O. Chanis 106 Not against these '
3 Maria Stuardo J. Jimenez 105 Impressive win last
4 Parasol A. Vasquez 115 -Gets real test there
5 ( Gazapo R. Vasquez 115 Can run; tough fight
6 (Tiziano , H. Ruiz 105 Nothing to recommend

-iaummer rany, saflc. 106 Has strong finish

8th Race 'Special' Non Winners' S Purse $650.00

QUINIELA

24
104
,J54
3.2
2-11
.24
.24

Moore. Stalev (6)nd -T.olr-

McLish. Mossi (8) and Brown.

LWP-Moore (l-lLP-McUsh (0-1).

xins-jacKson (4), Moore ID.

Pool Closes

4:40

- F. Alvarez 115 Has good workouts
,. B. Baeza 110 Rounding into shape"
A. Vasquez 115 Not ready yet
H. .Gustines 108 Could get up now'
R. Vasquez 115 Longshot possibility 1

v., oanqnez xua May surprise

A. (Credidio 106 Seems best her

1 Breezer

2 Ramo
3 Tatin
4 Maese
5 Creon
6 Campagfiard
7 Alucinado

9th Race Sth Series Imp. 17 Fgs. Purse $500.00

HANDICAP LAS TABLAS"

i" ONE TWO
1-rEmpire Cross1 O. Chanis 103 Must go lower
-Lobo -, H. Gustines 108 Ran well in last
3-Larlr B. Vasquez 107 -Not in this group '
Colifato A. Gonzales 108 Would pay off
5-Oliver '' A. All arpl05x -Poor race last time
6-Cartillero J. Gongura 106 Has strong finish
7- Rose of the W. B. Baeza 105 Last doesn't oount
8- Clarucha E. Julian 115 Could go all the way
9- Jump Quick F. Alvarez 106 Form indicates
10-Distingo B. Aguirre 115 ;

, 8-1
24
104
34
. 104
104
EVEN

Pool Closes 5:15

' 154
' 24
' 504

251

154
304
-34
54
EVEN

x-Night Games not included.'

TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Qeveland (2)
Detroit at Konsas City (2
Baltimore at Boston
New York at Washington

Chicago

Cleveland

6

7
7

7
7V4

100 200 000 3
002 000 0002

CONSACO AH CIA NT

Cepoda Hits 2 Hom2runs,
Spencer, And Mays 1 EgcIi
As Giants Beat Cubs 9-2

WASHINGTON, May 17 UP)
Mickey Mantle's great catch of

Julio Becquer's line drive in the

ninth, cut off the potential ty tying
ing tying run -and helped the New
York Yankees beat the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators, 6-5, today.
The Yankee margin of victory
was a two-run homer by Andy

Carey, his third of the year, but

it took Mantle's great catch to
insure the victory after Roy
Sievers slammed a a three-run
homer in the eighth.

300 001 020-6
100 100 030-5 10

New York
Washington

' Shantz. -Duren (8) 'nd Berra
stobbs; Hyde (Ifc Kemmerer (2),
Clevenger (9) and Fitzgerald. WP WP-Sht7
Sht7 WP-Sht7 (4-0) LP-Stobbs (0-3).
HRS-Carey (3), Sievers- (4).'
t (1st Game of Day-Night Double Double-hender).
hender). Double-hender).

rammore oon ooi 0304 S'O

Boston 1 v 100 101 04x 7 10 3
Harshman (5-1) and Trfandos,
Ginsberg (8); Brewer, Wall (8),
Keity (9) and White. WP-Wall (1 (1-1).
1). (1-1). HRS-Jensen (7), Buddin (2).

Baltimore
game).

at Boston

(night

Detroit, at Kansas
game).

City (night

CLEVELAND, May 17 (UP)
Ray Moore hammered a home
run and combined with Gerry
Staley to pitch a four-hitter that
gave the Chicago White Sox a
3-2 victory over the Cleveland

Indians today.

stalev relieved Moore at xne

start of the seventh Inning after
the veteran right hander injur injured
ed injured his shoulder lining out, to
shortstop to end the White Sox
sixth. Staley shut, out the In

dians the, rest oi me way dui
Moore received credit for the
victory, his first of the year,

BOSTON, May 17 (UP) Don
Buddin hit hia second home run
of the season with two r jn, on
base in the ei?hth inning today
tn rive the Boston Red Sox a

7-4 win over the Baltimore Co Coles
les Coles in the first half of a day day-niaht
niaht day-niaht doubleheader. V V-Buddln's
Buddln's V-Buddln's homer featured a 4

run rally by the Red Sox in the

eighth alter tne unoies nau
eone ahead, 4-3, with three tal tallies
lies tallies In their half. The clout in

to the left field screen cost Bal-

t.lmnrB left-hander Jack tiarsn

man hh first defeat after five

consecutive wins,

CHICAGO, May 17 (UP) Two

home runs by Orlando Cepeaa
and one eaclvby Darjl Spencer
afcd Willie Mays today powered
t,h Ran Francisco Giants to a

P-2 victory over the Chicago

Cuba. -;

Circuit blows bringlnor the

Giants' team 'total to 50 ac accounted
counted accounted for six of the total runs,
starting: off with Spencer's
three-run blast off starter and

loser Glen Hobble. .

ST. LOUIS, May rr (UP)

Larry Jackson pitched a five'
hitter and his teammates back

ed him ur with their blgsrest in

ninar of the season to Klve the

St. Louis Cardinals a" 10-1 vic

tory over the (Los Angeles Dodg'
ers today.

The Cards held to one hit for
the first three innings by Don

Newcombe. drove the big rignt

hander to the showers in fie
fourth inning, when, they scored

seven runs. ,

Race 6th Series Imp, J Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 5:40

10th
t

1 Zumar
2 Don Danl
3 Introduction
4-Gay Legend
5 Sabiondo

6 Kensington

- B. Baeza 113 '--Tougher group now
M. Hurley 105 Early speed only
B. Aguirre 108 -doesn't seem likely
H. Gustines 113 -In tough fight here
A. Valdivia 110 -Could go afi the wav

--iocitey omy nancucap

7 Golden Rocket O. Chanis 115

34
254
204
3.2
44
24

11th Race ','A.B" Natives I Fgs. Purst $500.1

Pool Cloi ...

1 Soberano
' 2-Kalalu
3 Linda Susy
4 Apache
5 Monaco v

A... Credidio 410 Seeks third' straight
V Alvarez 10 Razor sharp form
: B. Baeza 110 Always dangerous
M. Hurleyll3 Distance to liking
H. 'Gustinez 113 Seems best here

24
44
34
51
EVEN

PHILADELPHIA, May 17 (UP)
Robin Roberts, surviving a

Eair of sixth inning homers, won
Is second in a row and his
third of the season as the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies turned back tht
Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3.

The Phils chased 'tookle Ben-

nie Daniels with four runs tn
the first four innings In an at at-tack
tack at-tack which included homers br

Rip Repulskl and Willie Jones

and a bases-loaded, bunt by Rob Roberts
erts Roberts for another tally as the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates dropped the i r third -straight.

IOC Cuts Down

Olympic Games

Team Entries

TOKYO (UPV-The International

Olympic Committee started a v

move today to make the Olympic
Games tougher for individual ath- A
letes to enter. ,
Avery .Brundage, chairman ot
the IOC, announced after Thurs-
day's session that a cutback was
in the works which already had
affected gymnastics, and possibly
would involve track, field and :
swimming. 'L
.The number of persons entering
gymnastics was cut from eight to
five Der ti m. Brundaffn said Hut

the International Amateur Swim

ming Federation was studvine a

proposal for cutting down rs

number-of entrants also while the
International Amateur Athletic
Fedeation was considering, doing
the sanfe thing in track. ;
Brundage said that four of the
five entrants in gymnestic. would
score. .'
v's ',??(";.-s: '.-d i',y;,5t
' The IAAF's decision on track
and field wbuld be made in Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm this summer, Brundage aid
, "When interest in the Olympic
Games is, constantly growing, we
must place a limit somewhere on
the number of entries," Brundage
said. "Building an Olympic" vil--i;
lage, for instance, to house 10,000
athletes would be prohibitive." 11
The track, and field proposal 3
calls for a 'nation, entering only ;
one man in each event, 'plus two
more if they met certain stand'
ards. ,'
The same swimming evenfs r r-would
would r-would be held with a possible' ad ;
dition of a 400-meter relay for

men ana women.,

12th Race C Natives 6 Pgs. Pars $425.00 : ; Pool Closts

1 Chito B Baeza 110 Tougher competition
2 Yosiklto A. Alfaro 107x Poor recent races
3 Tinela f H. Gustines 112 Hard to beat here
4 Frijolito A. Credidio 112 -Will fight it Out
5 Marcelita A. Vasquez lie Rates best chance
6 Dr. Bill v J. Phillips 105 Would surprise ; ; ;

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Sober View Peter's Downfall
2 Dofia Flora Doble Flje
3 Pastowo ." XistullaH
4 Vilma P Presldente
5 Ragazxa Riotuous (t)
6 Lyrical 1 Fifito
7 Sabotaje ll Pareiol
8 Alucinado Rame

1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
DUPLETAS
3rd sod 9th RACES
ONE-TWO

ENRIQUE COQUI'' DE LA GUARDIA

CLASSIC

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24 10-Goldan Rocket Gay' Legend
24 11 Sob'rane. , Monae
. 54 IWrlioliU TinsH

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5th RACE

For 2 and 3 Yearold Fillies
Pool Qosew 3:00

Fgs.

LAS TABLAS HANDICAP
9th RACE ; 5th Series Imported

Pool Closes: 5:15 .,

7 Fg9:;
ONE-TWO

PURSE $500.00

COLON: .:
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of our patrons we
now operating both af
the SAVOY.

QUINIELAS
4th and 8th Races

purse $;2,ooo:o(F :
RAGAZZA ......... I H. Gustines
AMAH R. Vasquez

...... J. Rodnque .114

4. MANUELA PEDRAZA ..... M. Hurley

1.
2.

3. RIOTOUS

120
114

2.
3.
5.

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LOBO
LARK : '. ,f
OLIVER
CARTILLERO .

: t 4 4 ll."."-:' t ,4

O. Chanis

H. Gustines
B. Vasquez
. A. Alfaro

J, Gongora

COLIFATO ; ; : A, Gonzalez

f f

110

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mm zzjtcrh s Jay

6.
4.
8.
9.

10. DISTINGO ; B. Aguirre

ROSE OF THE WORLD

CURUaiA

JUMP QUICK

. B. Baeza

E. Julian
F. Alvarez

103
ion
107
105
106
108
105.
115
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115

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Changinjr direction while iwlmmlng Is another safety skill
ilahnny will need to hnow.J To chanse directions while swimming
av ttie. front, he needs onty to reach an arm In. the new direction
' "Hnd look toward this extended arm. While swimming on his back.
' ho should tilt hlft head In the direction he wants to go and strok

liard vtth the opposite tiaud.

,. (MatNd. 10

' : ("Teaching Johnny To Swim," a. do-it-yourself manual
"for parents, is now available at( your Red Cross Centers,
Libraries and swimming pools in the Canal Zonel ; s
prents who prefer to have.lheir children taught In
troup classes should -refistcr them with-the Summer. Ae-
ereationat' Program in their Community grained "Red I'Cross
j instructors-will be at all pools.) ; ;

JmY?':sats '3Qc.l TOMORROW

9:00

WEEKEND ATTRACTION! 4

7:00

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Leading averages men1 Soto,
SUusou, jjowen. adies, Mangels,
tturcnett,' Ulub.
'ibe Uiabio iiiilt lor next e s s-sibu.
sibu. s-sibu. Aldens, Pabst, B ue kibbon,
National Electric venter and Kbo Kbo-nites.
nites. Kbo-nites. ;s ." ..."
.WiUr our old lanes ripped fronj
their moorings, hundreds of tar,
mues were uuerated at' the Bal.

.bpa Bowle-a-rena. These pesky Hy

ing, pests plagued the bowler no
enu and for a while ii was doubw

fui wnether. the iermiies or i tiie

bowlers wou.d come out on ; top.
Ah old lashion spray gun wuh'
plenty Oi bug juice would have
brought a fancy price. Weary

from slapping down the Haying

menaces, it is wonoer tne dowl
ers had enough strength to slap

down the pins. ;
Of course, the termites g a v e
some bowlers excellent -alibis,
some "claiming' that the corpses of
termites on the lanes, detected
the true course of their ba ling
balls. However, one bowler (rain

ed one of the flying posts, press pressing
ing pressing him into service as a jockey
to guide the ba.ll into b 1-3
pocket, ',
t While eight of the twelve
teams had the termites to "over "overcome,
come, "overcome, the other four teams, jour journeys
neys journeys over to Diablo Lanes and
there they ran into a "stickem:

not-slideum" situation. It was re.
ported hit slip-stix could hay
peddled .lor a ; fancy price." One
of the 64M dolar question to
bowlers down in this heck pf ins
woods is: why do they, bav to
have sticky approaches when the
lanes are refinished. It is report,
ed from reliable sources that it
is possible to avoid this, but sen.
ing is believing, j and so iaf no
one has seen it down here. Let us
hope, that some luckless bowler
doe& not .break or fracture vi i s
neck when he or, she fails flat
on their whatchaniacallits. ;
Turco Products ) Lift Savers
' Besides swatting 'termites,' Tur.
co took a liking to the plastic
coated pins and routed the "fast
slipping Life avers fqr all three
points. Willi -the: clean Atatt, th
Tiircos found ihemselves perched
in, first place, the first timo they
occupied that spot. Everyone on
the TuucoV roster cleaned up on
the lightweight pins. i
1 Mel Leidner in the anchor posi.
tion had the best scratch, i '503
but in the Handicap division',
Russ "Arnold tailed'?- 592,; Leidner
578, Helen Glud and 'her consort
Lou tabbed 566 and 543, and. the
second leading bowlerette of the
league, Lena Burchette 504. For
the Life Savers slim Ronnie
Meqd threw his speed ball for
549 and Dick La Beau 52a. y-
' PaCit Blue' Ribbon Beer S '
, National Eltctrie 1

Pabst Blue Ribbort Beep'rolled
well and took the iirst two games
without any trouble, despite, the
fact that they were spotting the

National Electric. Centers 47 pins
per game. Keeping pace w Ft h
Turco products on the adioinina

lanes, the Make-Mine Pabst" pin.
sters ran into, a slump in the
home sweet home game, and the
Nationals fighting to stay in the
race tame tip with their -.-best
game and took one point. Pabsts
are now one point Out and Nation,
al three off the pace.
The Gallahair duo smaked the
pins with vengeance, Bill Break.
ing out;withv554 nd-' Kitty 504,
Blackie Miller was in there with
another 504, and Senora Stinson
had her; baptismal iri the league
with 514, overshadowing her Se.
nor "Stick" both in the f scratch

and handicap division for the Cen

ters Red Sweet came up in front
with 573.
Gillette Blue Blades 2
Boyd Brothers 1

; Evcted from 'Balboa, the two
teams carried out their scrap at

, me jJiauiu cmuuiium. : f uru,icu

wiun is pins, uie cocKy ij o y a
Brothers insurance -went to work
in effort to dull the G M 1 e 1 1 e
Blue Baldes put into "the- Pelicans
unmercifully and the Insurance
ran out on the BB and they, went
home" with, only one, point. i
'Ron Amato the 1951 isthmian
All Event Champion bowled like
a true champion 572 scratchy His
missus' showed that the t a 1 e n t
runs in the family bringing 591
pins in the fold. Even Santa Claus
Kleischman got into the act with
an even 500. For the insurance

CAP I TOLIO

35r. ; 20c.
ATTACK OF THE
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SPOOK CHASfR

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35c.

ZOc-

'DRAGON WELLS
MASSACRE
with Barry Sullivan
- Also:
The Badge -of n
Marshal Brennan 1
vith Jim Davis

VICTORIA
25c. : 15c.
MAN IS ARMED ;
with Dane. Clark
DAKOTA INCIDENT
with D. Robertson?
MAVERICK QUEEN
.,. with Scott Brady

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20c

. In Cinemascope J
j PEYTON PLACE
with Lana Turner
4 r Also:
THE SLAYER
with Rex Barker

peddlers Harry Rouse and )'Bob
Howard were tops.
! i . i '.
Grtcha Music $tor 2
Shaws Gift Shop I
; This weel giving gifts away'
i backfired on the Shaws Gift shop,
because the 54 pins Grecha Mu Music
sic Music Siore received was used to a
good advantage. The Gredias pui
Loh a sweet melody in the first
game and rocked and rolled
Shawsv into submission.! i
'Grechas then tried another ttu?
ob the pins but this latter -ompo.
sition had plenty of sour notes
and Shaws wrapped it for them,
selves. However, in a regular
see-saw affair, Grecha wmt back
to their original hit tuns and
knocked out the odd point in the
win column. The maestro for the
gala musicians was Jesse Pete a
532 scratch and 619 handicap set.
HisNboss lady. Bertha brought in
529 maples, andv Bud Morewas
there with 515.
In the opposite eamp it "was
ladies nigni oA, because the
strong men carried the burden.
Lee :C.ontz arried away 532
scratch and 556 handicap, Nick
Nickisher 510r and basketballer
Bob Carlin showed his ef.icienqy
on the lanes with 512. ; :
Aldens Mailorder 3 Firestone 0
The first division teams heanpd

plenty of praise to the last placei

Aiuens Mauoraer. cataloguers for
dumping and ditching the Fire.

stone Ketresds.f.This three point
loss puts the Firestone lour
points away from the lead, which
they occupied several weeks ago.
Aldens found the" Diablo center
to their liking -and tneyused
handicap wisely rftjvinning.
Both teams had two guys a piece
producing 5C .series. Al Barnes
and EZ. Haynes, 5 and -572
SKAifens, and tot the Firestone
Bob slorey 515 and Jerry HjU
004. ... ..'.I.;-,,,. V; .J ,, '..I,,. .
.. ;,,-.-f.'. -t I ;..?
''S'-V-'t1. "''''"' "'iS'""-Vf,v-."
. Cv Vauxhall JYiivii-
ebonite Terndes J
iWitMoth teams'even in aver.'
wMlLf"11 iele.
venth place dealt a dirty trick
on the Ebonite Tornadoes' who
Kkh0P. of getting r into" Je
th- k.Lthe Pedant race. After
the night was over the EboXs
popped from four .to six points
despue the fact that fourof tS
iive members went over 500.
Tlie.-tWuWe',, that four, of
he Vauxhall-cars were also roll
ing over that 500 speed. Ray Walk"
g-ptit together 524 scr fch and
584 handicap, Eart Freund'5 8 0
nd his fair lady '. 501 Vand Tom
bad both of ; the senoritas and
do, Ombres, Ella Betta 517 Le
lia Lu 537,; Curlu Bates'551 ahd
Big Jorge Soto 518. x' a
"LV'.lV '''' "1 llBli.nMll I ' ' ''" l'''--'S: ?'VS
WANTS NKW GOVERNMENT
, ATHENS (UP) King Paul
of Greece Thursday ordered Con:
fwntjne Karamanlis, leader of
the National Radical Union Party
which won last Sunday's election;
to form a new Greek govern,
ment.
: The election gave the National
Radical Union 173" of the 300
seats inT'arliament.

mer.

At last glance, Ames was

Flovd Patterson's movie and teie

vision representative, so, the first
thought was that someone was

beuia brought in for the phantom

heavyweight champion. It lookeJ

like a good story. That was, until

we picked up the f telephone and

called Cus D Amato at his Broad
way dwelling.

i "It could nave Happened that I

told Arries to book the place, but

it was in a dream, said trusa

der D'Amato. "It never happened

for sure. I'll tell you that. Am

is not with me any more. That's

positive."' '-"..
Add another name to the unac unacceptable
ceptable unacceptable list. Arries didn't get Mw

pictures of the Patterson Pete

Rademacher thing in Seattle" ou
rapidly enough, it seems, and the
tardiness cost Manager D'Amaio
some money..
If Is reported that Patterson

will box Roy Har I of Cut and

Shoot. Tex.. someviiere, but D'

Amaio insists he won't take th

vanishing tmeholder to Houston,
the only spot where 'this 4roduc
tion would draw any kind of mon money.
ey. money. r 'r- -'
"I know what I'm going to do.
but nobodv else dees and thev
won't until I tell them," said D'

Amato. "I can't divulge anything
I have for Pat'erson. The infor information,
mation, information, might fall on'; .wrong

ears." f -'

So, D'Amtor switches to hvs

standard 'rap against the' Inter

national Boxing Club' and the

fight writer is left with a gussing
game. 'V
An offer from Sydney is bona
fide. It comes from .Tim Johnson,
manager of Allen Williams, the

fgood looking champion of Aus

tralia, in a cablegram to Charlev
Rose, globetrotting handler. It
guarantees Patterson $200,000 D
Amoto told Rose to see if he
could get more. His price, you
see, Is $250,000.
The fight mob doubts that D'
Amato would accept the challenge
from Down Under even if he geb
his price. v' i
A one West .9th Street char character
acter character observed, "Him and t h e

righter won t fly. That means

they would have to take a train
to California "and then an 18-dav

boat ride, v They'd be calling the

fighter Robinson Crusoe and the
season would be over before he
got there. Maybe they're talking
about next winter, which is sum sum-,mer
,mer sum-,mer in. Australia."
D'Amato, who seems to prefer
amateurs for Patterson, can al always
ways always fall back on Pete Rade Rademacher,
macher, Rademacher, who i has remained a simon-pure
since tackling the reluc reluctant
tant reluctant ruler in the Pacific ; north -west
last August. .'"
'But 'Dan Hodge, the National
Gdlden Gloves champion dust turn turned
ed turned professional, says that the
$250,000 offer for an ; immeidate
leap at Patterson was nothing
more 'than publicity. D'Amato ob obviously
viously obviously ,has run out of amateurs
with i backing such as the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia groun gave Rademacher.
Meanwhile there is grave dan danger
ger danger of Floyd Patterson becoming
a myth. v

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THE SUNDAY A"! :CVN'
C L .A
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
5
TH?3 SPACE Z FC.l CALC
FOR INFORMATION TELEFHCNS 2-07';

Automobile

Wt will buy your car and pay
cath. No wait ins no red tana.
Any year mikt and model. Tl Tl-oli
oli Tl-oli Motet at Tivoli Crossing
TeL 2-4222 2-4224.
FOR SALI: Oldsmobile, Super
c "Holiday Coupe" lata
"1954 model. Radio and hearer,
new white wall tires. Leather
trimmed -upholstery,, turquioie
blue body, black top. Excellent
- condition, original owner. Call
Fr. Clayton 17-3184.
, FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Custom, hard top, wiw, radio,
Mtrc-O-Matic, good condition.
Phone Balboa 2-3676. i 1
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Tudor
aedan, 1950 Chevrolet Tudor
: sedan. Both clean, good condi condi-.
. condi-. tion. Phone Balboa 3263.
FOR SALE: 1956 Boick Cen.
tury hardtop. Beautiful condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Navt 3787..
"v. Mufflers installed free. Prices
A of mufflers on Ford, Chevrolet, ;
j Plymouth $9.95; all others $12 $12-v
v $12-v 1 95. Mufflers and pipes. Free
in Installation. Tivoli Motors at
.- Tivoli Crosing. Tel. 2-4222
- 2-4224.
VOR SALE: 1948 Buiek, $150.
Phone Guidet. 828-3383.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford station
wagon ; country sedan, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, Fordomatic transmission
v undercoating, radio, wsw tires;
blue and White exterior; red and
white interior, Thunderbird
motor. $1950.00 Taylor. 2172 2172-C,
C, 2172-C, Curundu, C. Z. Phone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 5162.
FOR SALIs 1948 Pontiac 2
door. Good transportation. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving soon. Call Navy 3049.- ;
FOR SALE 1953 Hiljman
sedan. Duty paid, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $125 down.. Phone Cu-
runduv3l98.
FQR SALI: Buiek, 4 door 1950
Super,) Dynaflow 2259-B, Carr
Street, Balboa. V
FOR SALE: 1948 Austin 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan ($150.00, Telephone
Curundu 3220.
v FOR SALE: 1957 Pontiac Sa Safari
fari Safari station wagon, 9 passenger,
; nly seven months used and
i 5,000 miles. Air-condition,-De-
Luxe,;- radio, power' braker,: hy--!
dramatic drive, tinted glass, sea-
r x foom green end ivory two-tone.
' Other extras. Call 3-6377.
"l 1 : i.i .i
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4 door,
good condition, Tel, 2-1847
5780-B Diablo.
ijAnOUND
-i . .-" BY
" The increase. in accidents over
the past three weens has become
auiiiiing, the wanton carelessness
ot unvers is more than what is
normal y tolerable, on the other
hanu lack of slop signs is in a
way responsible lor tnis also.
. 'A maid on the Canal Zone got
herself fined ten bucks lor drop,
ping a lash on a white teenager.
' The maid having a bath was spied
upon by several of the boys and
wnen she retaliated because of
the "peep-show,'! action bingo she
bad to shell out. ;
Students in various sectors of
, the Republic threatened to go on,
strike during the course of the
E last week, and there-was every
ndication that unless some formu formula
la formula is worked out and soon there
may ready be a crisis in the
country's educational system,
During the -week Mr.' and
Mrs. Eustace E. Bennett of
: the capital observed their birth birth-tdy
tdy birth-tdy anniversaries. Mrs. Bennett
celebrated hers on Wednesday
while "E.E. as he is widely
known, had his on Friday.
On j. Saturday Mrs. Constance
fiayes, wife of the Rev. Father
Clarence Hayes, priest-in.charge
0.' the St.' Christopher's Episcopal
Church, quietly celebrated her
birthday and' was widely felctat.
rd by friends on 'both sides of
the Isthmus.. t
On vacation from his usual
chores is Daniel Gumbs, who will
be spending the time locally,
' Over on the Atlantic side a nar.
ly was given in honor of Vielka
Coulson last Sunday following her
baptism at the. Metropolitan Ca
thedral.' -Sponsors
were Clementina Jua
rez and Hugo Wood, newsman
and radio commentator from
Panama Cily. (
Enjoying the Cou'son' hospital!
ry were:
Domitils Cehallos,' Luisa Marti
ez, Cle'menunx Juarei, Silvina
llorenn.' fidedjjri Piacioi, ,Rosa
fe Chlnj, t. armeJt 3!artlnri, i F Jo,
ra W; (J touitrm. Roy AJIen y
ira. J" iu Al en. lvv wnrKman.
farm? Rodnguei Pari n!;cott,
Anjflr enii?on Ktee-fi.'aa
ow J.ull, Henrieroon .!.
-ijIor iV'aidi nllfo!- if ?;v
.'i!o'! ofT M(' V':r, .jo"h
tit., v n ISo.n t,r.
laiio, Enri(jij Walt, Crnesio

.ill "I

Apartments
FOR RENT: Modern 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, dining, living
room, two bathrooms, porch, hot
water, maids room and bath, all
screened El Cangrejo L Street
(55), No. 23. Telephones 2'
0487 3-6523. Price $150.00
FOR RENT: One bedroom, fur fur-;
; fur-; nithed or unfurnished apartment.
No. 1 0 El Coco. Phone Panama
3-2189.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters
during, un, July and August.,
Call Gamboa 279.
f i VACATION APARTMENT ;
!' Will rent three bedroom com-!
pletely -furnished apartment for
the months' of June, July and
August, located dose to Hotel
El Panama. For details call 3 3-7187
7187 3-7187 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living,
dining, etc. Phone 3-1717.
FOR RENT: Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom apartment.
Phone 3-5024, Panama.
FOR RENT: uno first one bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished apartment,! $70
monthly.. Automobile Row. Tele-'
hone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartament maid's quart quarter,
er, quarter, garage, balcony, hot water.
68th Street El Cangrejo, Pare-.,-sina
Building. ,;
FOR RENT: Available May
25th in newly constructed build-
i ing located on 50th Street bet between
ween between 86th and 88th Sts., Paiti-
(jjla, comfortable and modern one
and two i bedroom apartments,
(living-dining room,1' kitchen,,
etc.), hot water installation, all
screened and ether facilities,
Completely independent. For in-
: formation: Phone 2-2134.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spaced suitable
for storage, shop or store; across i
from Coca Cola Company, 3000
square feet. Will alter to to
suit tenant. Will rent all or
: part. Call Pinturas s Itsmenas, :
iTelephona 2-3444 or 2-0857
Panama.-',
GIVE PATENT AWARDS ; f
BUFFALO, N.Y- (UP)-West-inghouse
,, Electric Corpi Friday
presented $9,000 in pit tent awards
to six company engineers and je
search scientists for invention)
that led to the development of its
new arc welding system. w
TOWN
TOM
Doridis, Patricio Harrison and E E-duardo
duardo E-duardo Ching. -. i
Jhis afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Henry of the capital
will be leaving for Los Ange Angelas,
las, Angelas, Cel., to attend the gradua.
tion of their daughter, Ismay,
which' will take place on June
9 at the Lome Undo : Medical
School,
Accompanying the couple will be
Miss Zelma Nix, a former school,
mate of the graduating' medic,
al student. '
v Two other children'of the Hen
ry's have previously graduated on
me west toast. Earl received his
master's degree in music- drom
Drake. University and Cecilia
graduated from the St. Helena
School of nursing last year.
She is at present employed at
the White Memorial Hospital.
Thought for today: "Live todav
so that tomorroWi you may say
that yesterday was well spent."
Singapore's Aged
Use Death Houses
As. Nursing Homes
- SINGAPORE (UP) In the
heart of Singapore'rChinatown is
famous Sago Lane v-, the place
where.old people go to die.
-, On Sago Lane are the death
houses of Singapore.
There the aged, the feeble, the
incurable, the unawanted go to a.
wait death.
The death houses are. actually
funeral parlos where the aged
wait for transoortation sinto the
other worM .which they are cer
tain is flowing with milk ,and
honey. .
Such houses are popular in Sin-
Eanora because thpv Drovide third.
rate hospital facilities and also a
mace where a corpse can he keol
for two or three days while rcla
lives and friends pay their last
resnecls.
Tny also provide tilacs wheri
families living In overcrowded on?,
roorn anrtmntj can tkp the old
ft u 1 ' .

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I Vu i V vn,2 """-"p 'ftlt-iT'frrabs-hold of-sotnething-tpaHi
Iioi;p. he may live forL,, i,,n

rr'vs. wec'r.i of even vears. u'
h" tiot tve t'p Vou;e allv
vs'vrvr-o pri''.
wooden fcels placed side by sldi

LrhlfAfin?A?SLZt,U.A.GKSn OB 0V At tS-n -B- STRFET. P.VAM. UBRnHA Pl!M:iADO-T Street He, IS AGWC1AS
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Strreet MORRISON 4th f Jul. Am. 1 J L I rwin SFRVirKA TI.nH N 4 a r ARMARIA Ml ADOS UMDOS- MS Central Ave

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Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
, Beach' House. One mile past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Rooms
FOR RENT Beautifully fur-'
nished housekeeping-- room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
bath, and entrance independent.
. No, 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3 3-0638.
0638. 3-0638.
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet in Bella
Vista, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
dining, 'drawing room, maid's
room, hot water $125,. Screen Screened.
ed. Screened. Inquire J 47 Street No, 17
upstairs. Tel. 3-1551.
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
8 mini, from the heart of 1
, San Jose Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
' Price: $6 .and SS daily,'
with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen ,'
. . Horse riding. '
For reservations P. O.
Box 4459 i. ',
Manager:- Bill and Elenor Jaspers
, TY SERVICE
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UAL1TY SERVICE
SAME DAY
Special Half Price on transporia transporia-tion
tion transporia-tion UJi. trained technician.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tivoli Ave, No. 1820
Tel. 2 1005
and thin.' oilcloth covered mat.
trpusMi Thev are waiting., un
that pallet they .draw their', last
breath.
There are no diversions, -. r 4
Some house owners keep-cols
But the cats are always chain
ed.. For there is an v old Chinese
superstitition that if a cat leaps
the corpse win
Lcome to life. It will then walk un:
I v ; i'
l 'The business of. death is a foo.l
1 business, according to a death
House keepor : ,

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' General' Agent .'
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co., ,. t
, for rates And information t
. Tel. Panama 2-0552
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Frigidaire, 60 ey-.
cle, all porcelain, very good con condition,
dition, condition, $65.00. Phono Colon
862. :
FOR SALE: Tri-band Cubical
Quad antenna, 10, 1$ and 20
meters, all aluminum construe-'
tion, with 400 feet coax. Phone
Balboa 2-3173.
FOR v SLE: Gasol no power
lawn mower $50.00.; Ken more
. automatic washing machine
5100.00 248-B Albrook; Phone
86-6219.
FOR SALE: Piano Anderson of
v Now York. Tropicalized. Price
$250.00. Call 3-6377.
' PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOS ITEMS v
1 FOR SALE .
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m.. May 23, 1958 in the of-'
fiee of Superintendent, Store-
; house Branch, Balboa for "V"
belts and fasteners; parts for:
buckets, earth handling cquip-
, menr, engines, hammers, Indus- 1
trial jtrucks, power Units and
tractors. Invitation No. S-58-'
"408 may be obtained from of office
fice office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, telephone
2-1086.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS SCHOOL FURNITURE
AND TELETYPES FOR -SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be; received until 2:30
p.m., May 23, 1958, in the of office
fice office of Superintendent, e Store Store-house
house Store-house Branch, Balboa, for tele tele-types
types tele-types and school desks and seats.
Jnvitation No; S-58-412 may
, be obtained from office of Super Superintendent,
intendent, Superintendent, Storehouse Branch,
telephone 2-1086.
rROCK N ROLL? Tommy
Sands, better known for his
! rock 'n' roll singing, makes like','
a drummer boy as he rehearses!
for his role in a movie being
filmed at Virginia, Military In-
stitute In Lexington. Tommy's
dressed, in a standard VMI.
cadet uniform and has his hair
clipped to cadet Specifications
lor the part.
Colorado Students
Building A House
Just To Learn Hoy
' mT.nRADO SPRINGS (UP)
Students ; at Colorado Springs
High School are engaged in some
highly practical classroom worn.
Thev are building a house.
The full.size dwelling will have
about 1.010 square feet of f 1 0 0 r
space, attached garage? living
room, dining area kitchen, utili utility
ty utility i room, three bedrooms, a"d a
bath and a half., The home, is- be.
ing built on a lot nurchased by
the board of education.
Students In the various pre.ap
prentice" tr?inina classes at the
high school started the construe,
tion work in Septembsr. The
house will v h comnlcted this
month, before the summer vaca
tion bebtns.
A vocational drafting clas madp
revi'Si"" on -fh plans; donate!
bv a locl buiHing contrncor. A
hntie.mnking class hilnd in the
coJrtr.hamp,and..selection.,oLinx
tpi-inr fiirn'sh'ncrg.
U'ton crnTiiption, the hi"?e wil'
''"" on sale to the hi?h.
est- bidder.

Osm Ave. N. 41 FOTO DOMY-Jmte Armeinena Ave and 33 81 FARMACIA
ttml a FARMACIA "Ar-Vla Porw HI JiOV'LDADES A THIS Beaide
.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18 ft. outboard
crusier, licensed for fire, 1957
- 25 hp, mordr and all equipment
pecded for beating. Snap en
v anchorage cover." All for $700
or will sell boat' for $475 and
motor and controls for $225.00. i
Call Albrook 2104.
18 -ft. skiff with 16 h.p. John Johnson
son Johnson $150. 7 Yl h.p. ftarcury
$70.00, air compressor $90.00,
chair hoists, air drills, (sextant,.;
azimuth instrument,' (compass
spider,' protector, missejlaneous.
188 Harding, Gamboa. f

British Commonwealth Holds Toqether

With Intanqible Bonds, No
. i : J By NICHOLAS CARROLL
LONDON. Mar 16 (BIS) Of all the rliffprnt Hn

ciations, alliancesf and croupmes

ably the most difficult to explain to anyone whose country does

tu.u,, auuiay 1 .line mniisicr, unce canea
tion of -nations which seems to prosper most in adversity."
'The most difficult aspect of it to understand is not' lt

thoufh that is, nor the tangible
""s'"'5 i
Before trying to define or dis
cuss that curious invisible link, it
would be useful to examine the
precise composition of the Com.
monwealth. 1 ;
It is an1 association of ten fully
sovereign and independent States,
together with their v numberous
dependencies. 1
TWO MAIN CROUP
Those States fall broadly into
two main groups.
' First, there are the older mem members,
bers, members, the United Kingdom (which
at one time had responsibility
for all the remainder), Canada,'
Australia, New Zealand end the
Union of South Africa; these de derive
rive derive in the main from substan.
tial. migration form Britain, and
were all independent and sove sovereign
reign sovereign States before World War
II. t'4.1, ;l. -ji0'v M:;X':::
The second main group compri comprises
ses comprises those States which were once
under Britain's rule but (became
independent) after the war and de.
cided to stay within the Common,
wealth family; they are India and
Pakistan, Whose independence
dates from 1947, Ceylon, from early
1948, and Ghana (iormeriy the
Gold Coast), and the Federation
of Malaya, both of which became
sovereign States last year. -.
There is an eleventh State, the
Federation of Rhodesia and Nya Nya-saland,,;
saland,,; Nya-saland,,; which enjoys responsible
self,goversnient, subject to certain
constitutional reservations; but is
not completely- sovereign; yet its
Primer Minister takes parti n the
periodic Commonwealth Prime
Ministers1 meeting whicl) are in
important Ingredient in the ''ce.
ment that binds the association.
. Then there are the various Com
monwealth dependencies, for
most of which Britain is respon.
sible; that is to say, the colonies,'
trusteeships, protected States,
and so on, iri East, West and
Central Africa, the Far East,"
Mediterranean, Atlantic, Carib.
bean and vWestern Pacific, ad.;
ministered through 'the Colonial
Office. '''
Some dependent territories are
administered by other Common-
wealth States; for instance, Aus.
tralia is responsible tor tne locos
Islands, Norfolk Island, Papua and
the Trust Territory of New Guinea,
and jointly with the-"United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom ; and New Zealand for ; the
Trust Territory of Nauru,, as well
as for her slice of Antarctica while
New Zeland Is" responsible for
Western Samoa, a Trust territory
the Isnaldn Territories and Ross
Dependency ; i the Union of South
Africa has a League of Nations
mandate over South West Africa,
a matter now under consideration
between the Union and the United
Nations.
! CONSTANT GROWTH
Afld to complete the family, there
are the three African High Com
mission Territories of uasutoiana
(a colony), Bechuanaland and
Swailand (both protectorates), and
also the Maldiye Islands in the
Indian, Ocean,
That, then, is the Commonwealth
family, Covering something like a
quarter of the- world's land sur.
face and' embracing a quarter of
its population. -
Harold Mamillan, the United
Kingdom Prime Minster, in
the course of his recent five-weeks
tour of five of .he Commonwealth
Stattes, frequently spoke of the
constant growth and change in the
Commonwealth', and 0' its adap adaptability
tability adaptability to new situations.
"This free association of Inde Independent
pendent Independent nations includes within Us
equal brotherhood peoples of dif different
ferent different race,, color and 1 creed,
spread over all the continents and
oceans-of the world," he said.
And yet in spite of their dif.
ferencet of background and of
outlook they remain united, tome
. Jy.Jheir..eommon heritage ,and
common allegiance, and all by"
thoir belief in what I would call
fundamental principles of a free
society."

He spoke, too; of the concept of

Real Estate

FOR SALE. Real estate in El
Valle, high elevation, excellent
view, 11,000 squares meters,
citrus grove in production, com-
pletely furnished masonry house :
with tile floors, aqueduct water
supply and electric light plant.
Call Balboa 1461. ;
'King'i sizedf lots 80x125, $895
Still available at fORT CHAR CHARLOTTE,
LOTTE, CHARLOTTE, but your personal repre representative
sentative representative has a NEW ADDRESS
MARGARET K. HARDY now
i connected with GULFSTREAM
REALTY write mo at 480 N.E. -61
St. Miami 37, Florida, for
further information.
in the world todav. thi Rritish

benefits that its members derive from It, but rather the in-.

scuici wiiiiuuv ny Kina 01 consinution or written undertaking,

an expanding commonwealth m
which peoples emerging from a
dependent status become equal
partners and reamin in the Com Com-monwealth
monwealth Com-monwealth by their onw free
choice.
That happened last year in the
case of Ghana, and Malaya, and
only last month in the case of
the Federation of the West Indies.
' Others depended territories lbok
ing towards the day of independ independ-ence
ence independ-ence are Negeria,', Singapore,' and
the Federation of Rhodesia and
due for review in im):M.:(m:,.,
The United Kingdom Govern Government
ment Government has high hopes that all these
territories will get over the last
hurdles; and then they are free to
choose whether to remain In the
Commonwealth for they would,
in fact, be perfectly free to leave
it should they prefer to do so,,
. V. 'SOMETHING! ADDED"8
r v f v;h?fi't.f
l One mighj; ask what they Would
nave to gain by staying in the
Commonwealth family, , ,;
Thero art many answers to
that question involving tangible
and intangible factors, but pen
haps the most succinct was once
given by a New Zealand Prim
Minister, who said of the essn.
tial freedom and friendly inti.
maey" of the Commonwealth re.
lationship that "it 'is indpond.
ence with something added, and
'not indepondenca with something
taken away." t &
' The intangible but real things
that are added lie in the principles
of friendly co-operation,' consulta consultation
tion consultation and interdependence.
Every Prime Minister who has
ever attended one pf-the meetings
of .'Commonwealth Prime Minist Minist-ers
ers Minist-ers has been impressed bv the va value
lue value of those sympathetic encount encounters,
ers, encounters, the ;Teadiness to understand
each other's prob'ems and points
Of view,, and the corporate moral
strength resulting from frpnk and
friendly discussion.
j Constant cbnsulation' on a wide
variety of topics' is the key to the
unity of the family. Few people
realise how detailed this consulta.
tion is, how attentively the views
of all Commonwealth Governments
are considered while policy is be.
ing formu'ated in each capital;
Macmillan's tour will unquestion.
ably lead, to even closer cdnsulta.
tions in the future.
There are, too, certairi tangible
and indeed substantial advantages
ui v-ummonweann memDershio.
, It Is worth remembering thet

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1 WANTED: Competent bilin bilingual
gual bilingual Secretary also Sales cor- ;
respondent in Pharmaceutical
Products. Servicios y Colocacio Colocacio-nes,
nes, Colocacio-nes, S.A., Phono 3-7028 3-7128.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Need home for speyed cat and
small male dog, both free. Phone
Guidet 828-3383 ;
WANTED; English motor bike
, 500 cc. Lat model. Phone 2 2-1635
1635 2-1635 or 3-3150 after 5 p.m.
Constitution
.
intnti.oi ..l.:-1 -.J.
Umm.m,
not happen to belont? to it.
11 -mat strange and odd collec
actual rnmnnclfinn nn, ,1
Britain's public and private In
vestment in Commonwealth eon
h-Tries nas In recent year been
running at about $50,000,000 a
year; in spite of her difficulties
she has provided nearly thro,
quarters of tha total external in.
vestment that hat been made in
the countries of the storting Com
' monwealth.-:' .j-. ;: ;-
Britain also elves an Immenss
amount of educational and tech.
meal help to Commonwealth -countries
x. far more than is eenerailv
realised. ;,;;.! .t'. ki,;: r .i-.
At the moment well over 4,000
Commonwealth students are taking
Courses in Britain's universities,
and another 2,000 are at different
kinds of tjcViniool InaCfiitoo
'---.UndertJw-Colom'iPUiit'yeih!'
mcai co-operaxion scneme, Bri Britain
tain Britain has undertaken 4o make $19, $19,-600,000
600,000 $19,-600,000 available over a period of
seven years from April 1956, some
three-quarters of it going to Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth countries.
The Commonwealth -exerts a
powerful influence for stability,
peace and progress, and -it would
-be. hard to deny that membership
of this unique club is well, worth
while. ; 1 .
Kansas Oil Man Out
With Funds To Back
'Little Guy' Abroad
. KARACHI -"(tiP) -William L.
OBill) Graham, a Wichita, Kan.,
oil man, is beating the global
drums for; his international In
vestment plan designed to "help
the little guy."
Currently j on another a r 0 und.
fhe-world swing; the 47-vear old
Kjinsan is head mn of. Private
Enterorise. Inc. (PEI), an Amer Amer-ican
ican Amer-ican investment cornoration which
is described by Graham as apply;
mff tr- Golden Rule to business
while having room for a profit.
Undor' the nlan. dollars are. ad-
vanced to foreign businessmen
who can come un with sou n d
business ventres. PKT thsn shares
50-50 in profits nntil the "business,
man is able to buy out his bene
far-tors..
Grham and Ms nartv charged
Into Tndia yentlv, lpving blnd
I air. Af ft,11ft1n In mama Y41A
000, Lebanon ($10,000) and Tur.

SECTION

Wonderful opportunity for Ei-1
Lingual Salesman who can pro produce.
duce. produce. Apply in person. Modern,
$. A. No. 96 Patio Kodak. Tel.
2-4782.

SERVICES
l-mlrMite ear wash $1, tteeia
cleanint of motor $5. waxint of
ears $6. Auto-Bafio, Tram-lrtk-wiaa
Highway near Sears.
T.V. SET OWNERS, Avail your,
self of the best for your T.V.
U.S. TELEVISION offer, f Jctary f
trained technician elite mo eick-'
up and delivery charges. Phono
Panama 3-7607.
TELEVISION SERVICE, ability,
honesty, customer satisfaction.
6-MONTHS GUARANTEE. For. f
mer Boston-Miami technicians.
MR. TV. Phone Panama 2-
3M2. :
FOR SALE '
Swiss watches, wholesale1 erica,'
L'OMNIUM
Central Ave. II-JJ
First Floor Tel. 2-3992
FOR SALE: AKC registered
Toy Boston Terrier- pups. Im-, :
'mediate delivery. Overall, Phone
Balboa 2567. ..
FOR SALE -Bcxer pupies, 1
months. ; 92nd Street No. (2,
San Francisco. ..
FOR SALE: Davene bed, elub
V chair, lounge chair, ottoman,
pillows, end tables, small desk,
' good condition. Radio servicing
and photographic "equipments.
' Phone 4-286. House 11J-I v
T Paraiso. '' ''- ii:
FOR SALE: House furnishings:
j G.E. Refrigerator like new, C.E.
Washer. Also one gas range,
dining room, bedroom and living
room seK Gas water heater. Call
" 3-752B Panami. between 1:00
a.m.-and 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE : Dinin jroom. table
and chairs, wardrobe, corner
table. Mahogany 1 armchairs,
act livingroom, (iron seat cov coven).
en). coven). Tel. 3-4501.
FOR SALE: Kenmora Autematie
Washing machine. J Like new..
Quarters 1 3-2B Albrooky Phone
Albrook 86-4245. .i'
key $60,000). "" 'fyf?"
' "We're trying to develop small
capitalistr," explained Green.
"Now is Lebanon, the Armenian
people around Bierut like a parti,
cular type .; of bread, but it is
hard to get. So we advanced V
P00 to set up a bakery and maka
arrangements to have it distribut.
ed by scooter, 9IL over town.
"In Turkey, we're starting three
businesses. We're advancing mon.
ey to import, the machines which
will" make surgical thread, automo.
bile "bead gaskets and clips for
looms. All these had to be import,
ed before.- "M
"Some people with Arab back,
grounds in the United States like
to eat an herb called thymej You
eat it for breakfast s In Bieru
we've put up money so a fellow
can package it in a fancy wrap
per and get it ready for export.
"This is not an American give
away plan,'" said Graham. "V
expect to make a profit for oti
selves,: and the businessmen .'
whom we invest.", f ?
CUT OIL PRICE 1
NEW YORK UP) Leadlfc
fiavsPArl rrushers vesterday uppe'.
the price of raw linseed oil byp
ooints to 15.2 cents a Dound
tank cars, for New York deliv
ry during May-August, , .(
wit
"'ilH-vt-;-
or PromPl UwU6b
will enable us

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warmed by toft gleam of slerlinr place setting. , ;
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' By KAY SHERWOOP
NEA Staff Writer

TODAY'S "smart young bride can
'gaih the extra bonus from he r
. .wedding silver and chin ofott
er lands' place seflmgs. Design in
spiration for p modern, American
J;a flatware can be traced .to

- foreign influences as well as w
own- culture, and table -. setting
..!!.' th desien source is

a nian nA dramatic: to view,

Japan, for example, has shown
'us the grave "of asymmetric (non
symmetrical) line- and restrained

Denmark and other .Scandwia .Scandwia-vUn
vUn .Scandwia-vUn cnnntries. lone noted as si'l.

. ver minded, nations, have had, an
even more direct effect on design.
The cloth is perhaps white and
set with, regal blue china. Oneida
stylists reversed this, using a pale
blue- cloth, lustrous white cnuia
anH dseoer blue napkins. This

" makes a perfect foil for gleaming

t.rlina silver in a Scandinavian

tvoe pattern with a 'straight han

died shaft crowned by a

rarvinff t

band of

In Denmark thefolded napkin

rfpn.raiiv pt nn the place plate

and the bread and butter plate
with a butter spreader is placed;

at the left side of the dinner lore,
fcpnarat saucer for compote

or fruit ; with its own teaspoon

one shove the butter plate, ues

sert arranged parallel to one an

other at the top ot tne piaie wim
their handles alternating right
and left. V ,
Fresh fruit plucked from a
large centerpiece .howl is the fin
ishing touch for a Danish dinner.
Silvercolored fruit peelers can be
substituted ior sterling fruit

An imposing fruit bowl can be

made by mounting v any i a r g e,
deep, silver or glass bowl on
smaller bowl inverted to form a
pedestal base.

If Mrs. E's. 5.year-old girl doesn't
get what1 she demands, she has
- tantrum. Mrs E. writes,- "There's
never any pleasing her. This week
- I bought her and her little sister
1 ruffled aprons. She chose the ted
one. But as soofl as I tied the blue
i one on her little sister she do
manded it, too. She carried on so I
. had Jto .give it to her.
' --Please, please let us stop accept accept-'lng
'lng accept-'lng angry little children'a idea of
Invp i 1

' Though "Mrs. E.'s 5-yearpld.is

'sure that love means' acquiring
two apronsf this view of it is inex inexperienced
perienced inexperienced 'and unreliable. If we
far-cent it 4v giving her the two a-

'prons.! there may never be any

''pleasing'; her. 'For what she is
seekins is not two aprons but resp-

" ect lor herself and her ability to

. mak mod' choices.

Her tantrum was despair of her
ability, to make good choices.
Whee this despair explodes in

- screams and kicks.' it cannot b

comforted by material objects, it's
comforted bv restored self .re

spect-by the child's experience of

herself as a fine chposex ot aprons.
, So as soon as she can listen, we

say quietly, "That red apron exact
ly matches the cherries on your

now rtrp In fact. I thinK' you

know it will go beautifully with all
your dresses and that's why you

mpkpri it nut.

"However, we can go upsiau
and see how you like it with them.
Jf yon decide another color will go
better with them, then we'll get an

apron the color your want.

A JEALOUS child is one who has

lost self-esteem. We do not help
him roKnvsr It. hv'nprppinS that his

brother's possessions are himself

as deprived less fortunate man
his hrother. It encouraees his envy

instead of restoring respect for

himself and what he possesses

w eive jealous children the

thincs thevv demand because we

ourselves define love as getting

material objects from someone.

This materialized view of Jove is

a cause of emotional illness.

Todav psychiatrists' offices are

iammed with angry people who

have experienced love as- acquir.

ine things instead of as a restorer

of self-respect. Indeed,, there's no
wav of pleasine these people,

either, until their doctors can help

them accept their anger a right righteous
eous righteous wrath at the deceit practiced
upon them.

By Dorothy Mattingly
1 Much credit has been given
to the woman who has been
able to manage successfully
& f u)l-time professional ca

reer' in addition to her duty
of being a good housewife
and mother.
It is unusual, however, -to

find & woman who is able to

perform a dual: role in the
professional world in addi addition
tion addition to her home responsibil responsibilities.
ities. responsibilities. .. .'-.''; y '-

Panama's Otilia Aroseme-

na.Teieira is an exception.

Sh is the wife of Alfonso
Tejeira, Vice,- Minister of
Agriculture In Panama, and
the mother of two children.

irt aaaixion xo a iuh unm kv kv-tion
tion kv-tion as head of the education

department of the University

of Panama, she is serving.

her third term as secretary

of the Panama National Com Commission
mission Commission of UNESCO. : f

An Internationalist and a

humanist, she is using her

knowledge acquired thrOugh

study and travel on four con

tinehts to improve the level

of culture and education in

her country. , ,,",.)

irinpmiy M'.lin'eual." Mrs. Tejeira

rMeA in thp United. States ful-

in..(nir Vioi oradnatinn from the

Panama JNormai &cfloui.,op
a iBS and Master's in education
from Columbia University Teach.

er s college.

Professor Tejeira is head of the

department of education at me

University ox, Manama,,, a
which "she has. held for the past

fifteen years- In adaition to leacn-

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PROFESSOR OTIUA TEJEIRA, head of the education de-,
partment of the University of Panama, is constantly working
' to improve educational standards in her country. As an au authority,
thority, authority, she has also been bonsulted on problems pertaining
to the Latin American, schools in the Canal Zone,

lng classes In philosophy, the hu humanities,
manities, humanities, and education, she is
in charge for the department's
teacher training program.
She is responsible for the first
survey ever made of education in
Panama. In 1947 she was appoint-

ed president of i the survey torn-

building, now under construction,,
is completed she feels that the

school will contribute much to

the educational system in Pana
ma. v
During the' past week she con

ducted a conference on education

; This is the only commission
which operates entirely on a vd-

of 15 distinguished citizens in the

fields of literature, eaucauon

press, radio etcetera. It is work.

in with LNULU in omer cuuu.

tries on a program to exchange
Inform ot inn ;ri idPBa for their

mutual hpttprmpnt. .-

4n 1956 Otilia spnt her iao iao-btticil
btticil iao-btticil year from th University
studying ducation methods in
Franca. During th Var she

ttendtd a UNESCO 'conference

in New Delhi. This was one of
th hiah-liohti of her life.

With approximately 2,000 people
from many different nations ro
presented, alona with exhibits from

their countries, she realized the

tremendous contribution that UN UNESCO
ESCO UNESCO is making in the present
day world.

She also gained a spec'f 1 love
for India and its people which

she will never forget. She found
there, she says, ; a kindness and

spirituality in tne people wnica
she has not found anywhere else

in the world.
In addition to this full program
of activities, she has somehow
found time to write textbooks. Hear
elementary arithmetic and educi

tion tc books have been publish

ed by the Ministry of Education
and used in the Panama schools
since 1936.
Kho pvpntnallv honps to write

textbooks for use in the "Univer

sity but at the present time lacks

the facilities for research and

case studies. She hopes .that with

the progress being made in her
. V -Tilii .1.311 -.1.-

country mese iacumes wm uc.

maae avauame. t

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PEANUTS yes, peanuts are the star Irfgredienls of the sauofr
used with this chicken recipe. Sound differentr It is.
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Surnrise surpriseiyoung chick to chicken. Strain I'mrd.-add wati

en combiiled with' crunch, pea

nuts. And both ingredients are m

plentiful supply now.

This adventurous recipe uses eco economical
nomical economical instant nonfat dry milk,
snnthpr budget item. Actual-

iv 'tho nnnfat milk is pasteuraliz.

ed mils wun oiuy mc mm

water removed and is, therefore,

a good source of. imoortant ,nu.
tripnfs nrotein. calcium 1 and

riboflavin The family-size pack

age makes 12, quarts ot noniai
milk for. about 8 cents a quart. :
Chicken With Peahuts
(Makes 4 servings)
fins (3 tn 3 l-2.nound). c"liicken,

Cut. into 8 pieces, salt, pepper, 1.4,

cup olive oil, 2 tablespoons, ouuer,

cups water, 1-2 cup Instant nonfat

dry- nuiKpowaer,... p iauieayw"
flout, 1 teaspoon salt, ,1-8 teaspoon
pepper, 1 cup chopped roasted pea pea-nuts.

-Wash chikten; dry '""srihkle

er to "make 2 1-2 c "Sprinkle In

stant nonfat, dry ..." ; powe-Jer,
flourt 'salt and pepper over ,.sur.
face. Beat with rotary beater until
just blended. Cook over very low
heat, stirring '; constantly, until
slightly thickened. Stir in-peanuts.
Pour off fat from skillet;-. -ruturn
1 tablespoonful to nan. Pour, pea.
nut sauce over cben; cook over
low heat about 15 minutes.-.

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Lin

ma

Family rooms are .designed Tor
hard living. For that reason the
flooring material must stand, scuts
and scars and .come clean with
slight, effort.. ,0ne material ; that
fits well in such a room is rubber
tile, Its new colors also add an at attractive
tractive attractive note to decor,.

Getting synthetic fabric clothing

Her knowledge of languages, she '..V as"lf RP.prv I clean is easier if it-is. predated.

learned French in 1956' in order -irr nliv. nii ,ni This is especially true If the gar

skillet;, Drown

mission established by the Minis-1 at the University, using her wide

ion

LJeen-Aqer Aim& At future 'Heautu

V

The teeh-ager who wants to be
a beauty in her twenties has to

j jstart working at it right now. For
t. A.i...i:' i- U1n.n-v. ..t n,!tk

lb lanes iiiue iu uiusduiu uu mui
a trim figure, clear skin and shin-

in; hair.

o

And this enviable trio won't

come from too many sundaes.

- no exercise and much sitting under

1 a hot dryer. They will come from

; Walking, swimming and playing

- tennis: from a daily workout with

' a stiff hairbrush and from .the

" right foods and lots of rest.

H The business about burning the
candle at both ends may sound
' terribly dashing, but in actuality

on- n 'i

Win I-" aunts M
SilUr Carefully

CHiiCAno-iUPV W Parents who

: schedule baby sitters to suit their

own convenience may oe. overioon

,., rng their child's weuare.

' ; Jeanne Jackson, a child welfare

.specialist at the University of II-

' linois, says parents should pre

i pare children and baby sitters for

laeic nours tpgethejk
' She suggests telling children

head of time that the parents

' will be going out. bite warned,

1 however, that this should not be

done too far hv advance since the

i child may become overanxious.

When the sitter is new, Miss

. Jackson suggests the child ana sit

? ter spend some time getting ac

quainted before the parents leave

inrm aione.

The sitter should also be given

a lour of Ihe house and instruc! maid to look her very beot

tions on various appliances.

t's unwise and people who've done

it would be the first to tell you so.

It usually results in bad skin, dry

hair, a lumpish figure and a gener gener-ally
ally gener-ally sagging look. ; v 't ?

in your teens you have the best

opportunity to learn to discip'ine
yourself, a thing you will need to

know all of your life -

A SUPERMARKET is fine

place to observe other women. For

some reason, most women

seem to feel that a supermarket
is out of bounds in the matter of

looking well groomed. Either that

or they ieel invisible ; once they

enter its doors.

So anything goes. Pin curls, no

make-up: "head scarves, blue

jeans, slacks worn with high heels

in a country where women have

the best cosmetics and the most
imaginative fashions to pick from,

it s a pity to pass them by.

It s done of course, because wo

men feel that it doesn't matter h
they look in front of family or in a
supermarket. But it does. It mat matters
ters matters not only for others but : for

one's own self respect.
To be seen looking frumpish and
dowdy in public or in .front of
people dear to one is equal to say say-ine:.
ine:. say-ine:. 'r don't care what you think

of me,: and worse, I think nothing

of myself Y? 7,
The woman who is s6 well

groomed that she looks as if she
has a full-time maid undoubtedly

does not. But she has other things.

She has lovely nylon lingerie.
She has a steam iron. She has mir miracle
acle miracle fabrics. She has springy wool
and other fabrics that are wrinkle.
resistantrshehas nylon1 'gloves
and washab'e leather gloves. She
has home permanents and ex excellent
cellent excellent cosmeMcs anH creams. -.
So she really doesn't need a

every

-An '.fafpreat in clothes is a nor

mal and healthy interest in any
woman's ljfe. But it should be
KafirpH.hv an eaual interest in tak

ing care of them. : Have clothes
cleaned, repaired and' mended as
they peed it and they'll repay you
by lat longer service.

f.When you. travel,' travel in style

handbag at home, and treat your-

sell to a greai Dig nanuuag. ;

large enough tq hold paperoacn paperoacn-hnnk
hnnk paperoacn-hnnk nlane ticket, passport, cos

metics, wallet and odds and ends

with ease.

Cr?v hats for beachwear are

just ahead. One has a fake pony
tail attxrhed to the brim and some

offer fake sunglasses or j lisptick

moutn.

trv of Education.- The CommisH

sion worked with Dr. John Lund

fromv the. U.S.. State! Department!
to determine the needs,'; of ; the

publio education. f, systelri ',. in tha

country, u was. .a projeci, wmvu
was badly needed and has' guid guided
ed guided the thinking of educators since

its release in 1950. ,.
' In conjunction with her work
at the University, Mrs. T'jeira
Is supervisor of the Bra xM
School, the only experimental
'school. in. Panama.:;':...x;.v.v'jvf.''

Oneratine under the education

department- of the University, it

is used as a training school for

practice teaching, tne program,

which strives to encourage crea

tive work on the part of the stu

dents, has been .handicapped by a
lack of facilities'. When the new

experience and knowledged to dea

with, the many aspects of the sub subject.
ject. subject. The conference was' similar
to numerous' others which she
has conducted' to inform 'he peo

ple of Panama oi their education

al needs and- of. the problems
which exist.,, v t.:
She is consulted frequently oh
matters pertaining to education
When the Canal Zone Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican Schools were established,
she wis among the representatives
called m to offer guidance on the
school wogram. 1 t
During the morning hours, :Mb.

Tejeira can be found in the" UN

ESCO office at the National 1 Li

brary.- She is now serving her

third term as secretary of the Pa

nama National Commission of U

ESCO.

to study in France, has enabled

her to study .the peoples and cul culture
ture culture of North and South Ameri

ca; Europe 'and Asia during her

extensive travel.
The Tejeiras have two childrep.
Their son. Reinmar, will graduats

irom tne uniyersny oi fiorma ai
Ganesville in. June. He plans ro
urni-lr nn hii Mastpr's nf f) h tn

State before returning to Panama

where he hopes to start his profes professional
sional professional career in agriculture. ?.
Their pretty young daughter,- 0 0-tilia,
tilia, 0-tilia, already a recognized baliet
dancer, is now studying in Chiie.
She'has studied ballet, in ng
land, France, and the U n i t e ,d
States. In addition, she enjoys
painting and short story writing
and has already demonstrated con considerable
siderable considerable talent in both lines, i
They both plan. to return to Pa Panama
nama Panama after completing their edu educations,
cations, educations, to use their talents in their
own Country.

butter in heavv

chicken over medium heat on both
sides. Cover tightly; reduce heat
to low and simmer about J hour.
Place giblets, neck, onion and wal wal-pr
pr wal-pr in saucepan:' brina to a boil;

reduce hea to low and simmer

unil eiblets are tender, about t

hour. Remove gibles andncck; add

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MA

The woman vJio carl be wall

dressed from One suitcase is not

just a woman who knows how .to
nack. She' also a woman who

knows how to buy. She Vill pick

ma short, floaty eveninsg gown in
preference to a full-skirted beauty
because she knows it will get her

through many an evening away

irom home. -; ; t .

' The oval patent leather hand hand-bae
bae hand-bae with red lining is a nice touch

for sping. Match it to a pair of

patent leather shoes with sharp
toe and thiy -shaped hell. :

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PANAMA REPRESENTATIVE to the UNESCO general conference .in New DehU in 1956, Mrs. .-,
Otilia Tejeira, talks with two delegates from Nigeria (center) and Enrique Arroyo, Minister j
of Education In Ecuador. Mrs. Tejeira is wear lng an Indian cashmere S(jarf.

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long-handled string or sponge mop.
Rinse .windows with hose.
Ever notice the butcher' m aking
slits in fat around the edges', of
steaks and 'chops? Perhaps he has hasn't
n't hasn't explained why- he does this.
It is a definite cooking a,id. You
can do it yourself before broiling
so the me,at will- lif flat and .thus
" Narr,ow: spaces fhehina!stovesor

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PANAMA CANAL BRIDE
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A Story Oi Consf ruction Days
By ELIZABETH KITTREDGE PARKER.
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' Author Elizabeth Parker, a Wellsley t;rduate now retired
- and living in Coatesville, Pa., has not Jorgotten what the
." construction town Gorgona (now under water) was like when
she arrived from the States. She found it difficult to under-.
stand either Spanish or the West Indian version of English.
Housekeeping presented many crises, and a dinner party was
i I major hurdle. Her book, published by the Exposition Press
t York, continues in serial form.

I rang for Sarah to reraVe the
'fish while I went out to the kitch kitchen
en kitchen to investigate. The first thing
that caught my eye was an emp emp-ty
ty emp-ty bottle of floor oil on the back
of the ,tove. On a nearby shef
of the tove. On a nearby she f
...... fun hnttlA of cooking oil.
The bottles were identical with the
exception of the labels. Then I
knew that Sarah couldnt read.
She served the next course. The
casserole wasnt bad-what. there
was of, it. Kay pretended she
.wasnt hungry. I didnt have to
"pretend! .
I rang for Sarah again to re re-'
' re-' move the dishes as I had taught
her. vWhen she cmae to my
place, she informed me m a stage
whisper for us all to hear, De
was a
cake wnai yer omt.ime
ave for dissert his hall kevered
wid hants! 'f ,:
So we went out to the p o r en
and sipped coffee, discussing the
problems of the Canal -while lit little
tle little red ants played hide-and-seek
in the sugar bowl,
CHAPTER VI
v TJit dav. Sarah .didn't show
I determined to give her her

salary and looK lor anouier gui.
I was studying Spanish so, when
a pretty littlePanamanian came
to the door and asked, me if I
needed a maid, I greeted her
warmly. After a-f ew Toujine ques ques-tions,
tions, ques-tions, I engaged her. i
Mercedes was a gay, vivacious
child, probably about sixteen. Ev Ev-ery
ery Ev-ery morning, she would : appear
' at the back door with shining
face and dripping hair, ; fresh
from her bath; in the; river. -In
her clean dress, her black hair
in two little buns low on each
side of' her neck, frequently -with
a red hibisucs tucked coquettishlj'
, behind one ear,,, she would tfeet
i me with a friendly smile that
showed her white teeth.
"Buenos dias, patrona."'
; "Buenos dias, Mercedes." Then,

with a Spanish dictionary in my
J ..U MAM... f At V t
nana, wuuiu tcvu
words necessary to convey to her
what I wanted one. BuJ I never
succeeded in finishing a sentence.
She seemed Jta anticipate my
wishes. A light would flash across
her face.
, ".A-ah, si, senora." An d the
work would he promptly done.
She learned quickly and introduc
rl m to fried mantain. san co-
cho, and other native dishes. She
flittered about the house like a
rlainfv hllttprflv.
One day, she came to me with
a sad look on her usuaaiy smn.
ing face.
. "Que pasa??'M asked. "What's

- the trouble v-:
-"Mi abuela." she 1 answered.

"She Bick on fiebre muy lejos
beyond the hills." v.,'v;!
. "Oh. I'm sorrv your erandmoth

v er's sick. But you will be back

noon?"
"Como no, patrona," the little
deceiver answered.
But I never saw her again nor

. did I find two of my cherished

silver butter spreaders.
. Next morning, I awoke w 1 1 n
the realization that I had tot ac
Jtle the ugly, black stove and the
dirty soft coal. I lay quveiy for
a few minutes, hoping Charlie
i would suggest huilding the fire.
However, I was soon convinced
that he did not consider that a
husband's duty. I resnted it but
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wasn't going to make an issue

of it. so, with a sigh, I went in
for my shower., Hastily dressing,
went out ter marsh nup ae
coal.'" I had never built a fire
before but I had. a vague idea
that if I could get the kindling
started, all would be well. Alas,
when t dumped a: shoVelful of
coal on. the black powerder smo.
thered the blaze1, as. (Sarah ; had
warned, After a few trials, how.
ever, I got the thing going and
prepared breakfas.;
when Charlie came into the din
ing rocm and saw me, he began
to laugh. "Go look in vthe mir
ror," he said, v
I went into the bathroom ,and
gazed at; the black smudges .t on
my forehead and cheeks, where
little trickles ; of foerspiration had
left little irregular streaks of
white. I joined m Charlie's laugh
ter but, at the mooment, it didn't
seam awfullv ffunny.
After he left for the office. I
reluctantly returned to the kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, scldin? myself roundly. What
din. I -flunk J was a Dresden fie
urine to be put up on a shelf?
No, I was a housewife! A house
wife with a college degree ; andd
WP'le the degree wasn t, in dom
estic science, I was supposd to
"ve i a trained mind and even
if my master's decree. was in
jtstronomvi I should certaiplv? be
able to sQ'lve mundane problems
such as building a. fire, for ex
ample.
I snrveved the fast-dying blaze.
then 1 gingerlv tossed on a bit
of coal. It took patience bu I fi
nally got a solid bed of coals
nd I f i cured that, if I stoked it
frequently, I could kepp it going
an nay. ,
Cold-storaee facilities had Inst
Deen lnsuiied in the local com
missarv. so. after I had tidied u
tne house a bit. I took another
shower nd. clad 'n frh clothes
went gaily down the hill. I found
the Sore crowded and the chat.
ter of shrill voices sounded lik
s flock of narakeetd settling
themselves for the night in the bie
ceibs tree outside our eottaee. T
caught bits of conversation as I
tried to make my way to the
meat counter.
"I was,, the first ons here
"I told hen ."
"She said to me.
All I could think of was ;
f Tall girls to riaht of m.
Tail pirls to left of mt,
I just didn't stand .'a. chance. I
waited Patiently, hooine to erad.
ually. edge my way throuuh the
crowd and get the attention of
the butcher,
Suddenly, a big, fat woman,
perspiring freely, nushed me a a-side
side a-side and thundered, 'Tain't no
use trying ter be a ladv round
here! -Hey. you man behind that
counter, give me a 'pound of
round steak." And (she i waved a
mighty arm over my head as she
refhed for hT" purchase. "'
Eventually, .! got the attention
of th butcher. "Good morn,
ing," r said. "Please give me a
good thick Porterhouie steak."
"Sorry, Miss, the steaks are all
finished. I can cive you sausace
or stew meat. That's all that's
left.".
Ugh, I thought, sausage on a
hot day? No, thanks. Then I said
alcjid, 'Til take a pound of stew
meat, then." i?'::?-:, i
I .handed him my commissary
book and he tore out the reasui.
site number of coupons. The n,
with my package ii"edr mv arm.
l tnmged up the hill, hoping that
mv fire -would he. sti" pning..'s
Tired and hungry, Charlie came
home late for dinner. Tie looked
at the stew with a quizzical ex ex-prewion
prewion ex-prewion on his face:
VHow did you happen to buy
steew?" he asked. "Commissary
hook .finished?" , w
"Oh, Charliehoy, I'm sorry," I
answered, feeliing a strong de-
sire to weep. "This Is what hap.
pened."
I told him about my exDerf exDerf-ence
ence exDerf-ence at the commisary, about the
fat-woman,' and little me being
pushed around. :
Soon we were' laughing and I
continued, "Do you know, Charlie,
I heard more gossin this morn,
ing. You'd be surprised! And one
thing, young man. vou'd better
watcn out, Mrs.! Potter is, very
angrv. You sent her next door
didn't send one to Mrs. Potbr.
She says she can't Imagine .why.
Her husband gets the same sala.
ry as Mrs. Jones's.: She says he'
iroin? o take it up with Jackson
Smith."'
Charlie smiled. "That d 0 e s n't
worry me at all. we're always
hsvinc comni aints like that.f
CHAPTER CI f
P-10 SSNDAY- 1
When we finished dinner. Char.
lie lit a cigarette and sauntered
out on the the porch. I startd
to clar the able.
; Mfon' vnn loatra ttinca thinrts'n
he asked. 'Come, out- here with
me. I haven't seen you all day."
So I left the dirty dishes for the
ants and roaches. After all.
thought, if Charlie wants jny -ora
panyXJiave noJatenUon..of -Jet
ting those little pests keep me a-
way. C i . v
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BROWNIES who are "flylng-up"
IT'S A BIG MOMENT when a
Here Majorie Sener and Leisa
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Mrs. E. W. Wirtz, Diane Brown, Mrs. Merrill Brown. Mrs. L. Scl gliane, Louise Sclfiliane. Airs. J. Velei nA Maria- Velez.

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to, become GixJ Scouts are shown
Brownie becomes a Girl Scout.
Atkins complete the "flying-up"
Atkins is shown, at far lefU v
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Fort Clayton last week.

with Mrs. Robert S. Atkins, leader of Troop 28. Intermediate Girl

Awards Court
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For Clayton
Girl Scouts
AU.S. ARMY PHOTOS
A group of Girl Scouts and Brow Brownies
nies Brownies savored the culmination of a
years work at a court of awards
ceremony held at Fort Clayton last
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-AH- kinds of projects from shell
collecting and baoea painting to
cooking and planning a menu were
represented m the awards pre
senled. ;
One of the biggest moments in
a little girl s lute is when she "flies
up" ano exchanges her brown uni.
form for the Girl; Scout green,
BrOwnics of Tropp 67 who took
part in Wit "flying up" ctramo.
ny wert Edna' Baechnar, Diana
Bambernek, Eliiabath Guibart,
Elsl Jana Bjit'r, Gtna Holcomb
Penny Tharata Let,; Mary Rad.
ding, Kathy Lynn Schroader,
: Lorrain Worsham, Marioria Can.
tar, Sharon Samson and Linda
Newman.
Troop 6T Brownies who won their
one-year star were Kathy Levine,
ainenne Mcmtyre. Florence Mar
ta Velez, Janis Sigliani and Bessie
baxton.
Those who won their two-vear
star were vaiene Mcmtyre and
Beverly Center.
lroop leader Mrs. T. J. Bember.
nek and assistant leader Mrs. A
Guibert were on hand to watch
their two-year star were Valerie
Mclntyre and Beverly Center.
'lroop leader Mrs. T. J. Bember.
nek and assistant leader' Mrs. A
Guibert were on hand ; to. watch
their, proteges.-
, "Fly.ups"' from Troop 43 ware
Lelsa Atkins, Mavat Batata and
Violate Statler.'
Winners of- the one.year star
were Bettie Bernard. Sandra T.aird
Darlene Newman, Jacqueline Rob Robertson,
ertson, Robertson, Virginia Wertz, Mary And.
rews, Alice Baggot, Sharon Botzen
mayer, uienda Garner, Regina
Gasperi; Margie Oiler, Frances
Piaia, Alicia Rodrigues, Vicki
Schoch,; Elizabeth Statler and Sue
Ann Smith.
.Mrs. Robert A Botzenmayer is
leader Of this troop. Her assistants
are Mrs. Duncan Laird and Mrs.
Stanley Robertson., ;
; Four members of the Girl Scout
Troop 28 received first class bad bad-ges.
ges. bad-ges. They were Djane, Brown,
Sandra Wertz,v Louise Scighane
and Maria Velez,
Those who received proficiency
were bmney

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EDNA BEECHNER and Lorraine Worsham light the candles In the "flying-up" ceremony
at the Girl Scouts and Brownies' court of awards held at Fort Clayton. Mrs. Robert S. Atkins,
leader' of Troop 28 Intermediate Girl Scouts, : officiates. In the Background are shown: Mane
Velez, Mary Jean Brady,, Aurea Velez and Katherine Saxton.

Eve Stephan, Aymee Lugo," Kathy
Price, Yole Velez, Maria Velez,
Lynda Donley, -Evelyn Eldridge,
Sandra Wertz, 1 Louise. Scigliane,
Diana Brown and- Sheila La for.
ta (in absentia). 1 ;
Second class badges were won
J by Alcinda B. Atkins, F orence
ueeenner, iancy v. ..duuriui m,
Mary Jane Brady, Lorna Dew. Zai Zai-da
da Zai-da Gonzalez, Jean Allen Levine,
Caroline J. Price, Vassihki Rocas,
Katherine Saxton, Susan Statler,
Nancy Taylor. Gricelda .Vasnick
and Aurea Velez. 1
. Troop leader Mrs.' R. M. Atkins
and her assistants Mrs. R: M. Don.
ley and Mrs." George Brady don.
ducted the ceremony, y
1 The girl who dresses to kill
often cooks the some woy.

Scouts, at a recent court of awards ceremony at Ft--Clayton;

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seat they all have one at Kempten, Germany. The girls have
their one-legged milking stools already attached as they pie-
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CAN you give .the next term
in each of the following
series and take no more than
30 seconds to figure out each ?
That's five minutes altogether.
A. i, 4. 16, V
B. 30. 27, "24. 21.
C. A, Z. Y. B. X.
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UR competitor sold ; all ol
those dollar "shlrU y mark-

MYSTER10US magical powers
or juet an act? Audiences
can be made to mull this ques question
tion question over and over as you per perform
form perform this trick after dinner.
The performer takes an apple
r grape seed from fruit that is
on the table. (Or, if none 4s
available, takes the seed from :
his own pocket.) Pouring, a glass
of ginger ale or soda water, he
drops the seed into it, and It
quickly sinks to the bottom. Now
he commands the seed to Vse

and It does so immediately. The
performer waves his hand down downward
ward downward and the seed sinks only to

rise to the surface again at the that he

performers command.
, Actually this is Just an act on
the part of the trickster, for the
seed sinks and rises to the sur surface
face surface of its own accord. This is
because bubbles of gas adhere .to
it causing It to Boat; at the sur surface
face surface the Bubbles' burst and the
seed sinks,, rising, again when it
accumulates more bubbles.

tng them down, and he had nearly
a hundred!" ; : I
' "We shpuld do the same. For
how much did he sell each?"
. "1 do not know, but I heard

received $59.17 for all

that he had left"
With Just this Information, it
can" be determined how many
shirts be sold and at what price
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A RECTANGLE, as you know,
is any four-sided figure which
has four right angles The sides
of a rectangle may or may not

be equal to length. How many rectangles do you
suppose are incorporated in the design above?
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NO matter how
you look at it
there seem to be
two bulldogs ap apparent
parent apparent at left, but
the purpose of
this diagram Is to
provide Just one.
Why then, the
double exposure ?
You'll see shortly.
Cut out the en entire
tire entire diagram.
Paste it to heav-

PUTTERING ABOUT THE HOUSE

DEN DOVER'S

has suddenly ri.

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which mv .vn.ni rssx-' f; V

the direction he "t4L.-

wantv It t;o go.
Fortunately, Ben
has Just finished
his mowing
chores and his
only problem liow
Is to put the
mower away.
'As you can see,
the mower .is now
stationed at point
A in the loweR
left- hand corner
of the diagram
at right Ben's
garage, B, at up upper
per upper right f

where the mower
is to be stored.
Can you guide
the machine to

the garage with'
out mishap ? -

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ier paper; then

cut out the dog figures in one piece, being careful
to cut only along the outside lines.
When you have finished, crease the diagram along
the heavy black line at center.

What you have fashioned is arstandup toy bulldog.
v If colored pencils or crayons are handy, color the Riddfe
figure appropriately.

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"THREE members of an archery

club met for a -match in
" which each archer was allowed'
only Bve shots. The scores were
' figured by adding up the value
of ", each shot according to the
numbered section of the target
4 hit by an arrow. Oddly, at the
- end of the contest, each archer
had the same score 125 though
no two of them' shot alike,, r a
: JJow could this have happened
, iew many points .could eacK
Good Line Needed

archer have scored with each of

this five shots?

' Make Short Work of This.
GHANCKSre you ean't name within one min minute
ute minute the hree States of'the Unlbn having the
shortest names. They each have four letters, of
courie. One has an all-vowel name which?
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by the little bear
in the diagram at
left, you may get
some Idea as to
what figure is
outlined, by the
dots.
' Is the little
bear bidding
someone a fond
farewell? Is he
offering to carry
a package? Or is
he comparing
something's pres present
ent present size with
what It was at a
time tat the past?

How quickly can you decide?
To draw the Inlssing creature'!
outline,' begin at dot 1 and draw

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BRIEF REPORTS on select new
books of interest to home
craftsmen,' hobbyists and collec collectors.
tors. collectors. Selected by Clark Klnnaird.
Colonial Living,' written and
Illustrated by Edwin Tun'l s
(World Publishing Co.: $4.85).',
This re-creation of the environ-.,
menu of 17th and ,18th century.
Americans, in 200 painstakingly"
accurate drawings -with narra narration,
tion, narration, Is a work of art of engross engrossing
ing engrossing interest ; 'l i-
Complete Book of Honse
Plants, by 'Andre Vilas Grabe

(Random House, 128 pages

three

PERTAIN Ht

V ters of key
words in the dia diagrams
grams diagrams at left and
below are provid provided
ed provided for use as
'clues .in finding j
the rest Here's
how the problems!
are solved: s.
Copy the let-
ter now showing"
in the blahk

spaces directly beneath them.'; That Is to say, place
an H in the two blanks beneath It; a D in the three
blanks beneath it; etc. Do. this in both of the

diagrams.

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reach the highest number, dot 25.

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color the scene appropriately with
colored pencil or crayons.

CAN YOU POST THESE ENTRIES?

GAN yoU draw one continuous
line that crosses all of the
lines in'thia figure ONCE; only?
A solution is given elsewhere

' in the page, if you fail.

Answer is given below, but no
fair peeking. 1 '7
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YOU can see that the following
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TEN .horae.
were at the"
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the tart of. the'
"race. -They were"
numbered from
1 to ID, and t
thfis particular

track five double barriers were being used with
two horses contained behind each double barrier.
: The accompanying diagram Indicates the five- bar barriers,
riers, barriers, Jettered A, B, C. D and E, and the number
,;below each-letter reveals tha added, total of. the
two numbers carried by the two horses behind each
barrier.. ' ''
For Instance, if Nos, 10 and 3 Were carried by tha
horses behind barrier,. A, then the number below A
would be 13. JBut A haa"No."12 Instead bf No. 13
.so at 'least one of these two horses must be behind
some other barrier. t;
T How long will it take you to figure out which two
t'ftorsea are behind each ot the five barriers? : l;
Remember, there are ten horses In all; all the -figures
from 1 to 10 must be used.
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dot 2 to dot 3, etc, until you : different- plants from achimenes Veasmgat

.cribTanratal black' aTd f
.white photographs. ffit?Ji
. Van Nostrand's Practical For- which the same
mulary, edited : by William R. letters will apply.
Minerath (D. Van Nostrand & Naturally, these
Co., 330 pages: $5.95). No mat- short words will
ter what you may want to make, appear horizon-

" for home Use'' or" sale, whether tally only, since vertical rowa contain but one letter.
braunschweiger sausage, water-, v when the' correct letters of tha' key words are!
proofing Solution for light eioth;.' f0un-a; shorter words will be in evidence horizontally!
, cold water paint, or a photo de- throughout the diagram. '"',
veloper, the chances are the occasionally, more than one answer Is possible,
;; recipe and complete directions for .,'.,' ,linuaB,p ,AnaidgM
compounding it are in this book. namouaoo pan tinopuq 'ipao eqi, iMauinv

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BOTH Timmy and 'Tommy
bUthely blew bright blue bub bubbles
bles bubbles briskly.: ,.
Casper Crisp crossed a crossed
stitch across a crossed stitch.

- SOLUTION
TO MOOOD-;
LINK NEED NEED-.'ED!'
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shown at right
You are now
ready to begin
the first' of two

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. Secrtid test, after restoring the original order:
remove nine and leave 100. v :
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Some Like Words
WHY are these : two words
alike:' SIS SWIMS?
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It 5 Your Move

II ANNA has brought some pea pea-i
i pea-i nuts to feed the aquirrels,
but she hasn't been able to tempt
; the timid creatures out of hiding,
; Seven squirrels "re hidden in
ithe picture above. How many of
these can you find?
i After' you- have., located them
tall, color the picture neatly and
then see if you can find them
' again. This time it may not be
as easy.
i Afterwards, let someone else
try.
For some fun at a party, make
. this a race against time.

Comparing Slices m
A AND B'each took 30 melons
to market A sold his at
three for $1; B sold his at two
for ?1. Together they received $25.
Later A took 60 melons, to
market alone, which he sold at
their combtaed previous rates, or'
five for S2. He received but $24.-
How come?
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By Exigent Sheffer
, HORIZONTAL
1 The 8th book of the Old Testa
' ment :
" 5 Father, of Ahlam ( Chr. 11:
' 35) .", t ;
10 Furnished with shoes. ..' ,;.
.14 Plant of lily family. ' V1
15 Gfeek market place
NM-This and tide "wait for no
man"
J7 Inject .1 .-
18 Type of architecture.
19 Baking chamber. v-,
20 Savoring. N
22 Eve was beguiled by him
(Gen. 3:13
24 Torrid. ' t
25- -Plunge In again. j
28 Church parts.
29 Bog. ; -
30 Wooden match. v
34 Tribe. ,
35 Mountain gap.s.
38 Cause to leave track.
37 Despicabl e fellow x
38 One of those who accompanied
r Paul into Asia .(Acts 20:4) i
40 Dyer's tub. ;
41 Positive poles.
43 Female swan.
44 Wife of Zeus.
45 Orriamentation. '
48-Compas point (abbr.)
47 Lebanon was noted for these,
trees ( Chr. 25:18)
48 Paul left Titus in this place
Tit.l:5)
50 Equivalence of value.
51 Error. . -54
She believed in 'Paul ; (Acts
17:34)
58 Singing voice: s -
59 He was slain by the king of
v Assyria (2 Kl 18:9) ,
61 Smooth.
62 F.uropean river basin.
63 The dove brought back a leaf

of this to the Ark (Gen. 8:11)
64 Fresh water fish. : .v :
65 Titles of address. ' .,
68-Asiatic kingdom. ;
67 Box. I l
VERTICAL
1 A float of logs.
2 Father of Aran (1 Chr. 7:39)
3 Pedal digits. ,.
4 Pagan. ; f
5 Godly person. -..
.6 Excited with interest i
-7 Argument against
8 Gotten up.
9 Competed in speed.'
10 Cork, for instance. -
11 Home for bees. 1
12 Portent
13 Slight depression,
21 Bombycia moths.
23 Large stream.
25 Backslide.
SB Part of Nimrod's kingdom v
(Gen 10:10)
27 Tool.
. 28 Son of AzorNMat 1:14)
29 Dandy. ..
31 Rescued, 11
32 Pope's triple crawn.
"33 Noah built one to the Lord
(Gen. 8:20)
35 Variety of lettuce.
36 Lair. 1 ; 1
38 Spanish Franciscan missionary.
39 Golf mound.
. Relative Question
A WOMAN, producing ahoto, ....
aaid-to her brother, "That
' man's mother was my mother's
mother-in-law," What relation
was she to the subject of the pic picture?
ture? picture? Answer in a minute.
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42 Jesus sat in the midst of them
(Luke 2:46)
44 Harbingers. 1
46 English essayist
47 Eccentric wheel-part'
49 The ark of God was sent here
1 by the captureri (1 Sara. 5:10)
50 Body of iurora' ; f
51 Bulk. 1

52 He was an Ahohite (1 Cr.
11:29)
53 What the Wise Men saw (Mat
2-2)
54 Prima donna.
55 Garner.
58 Peruvian Indian.-
57 Prophet 1
60 Energy-(colloq.) v.'..

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Ausmus, Reavis, Papettl, Biyant, and Watterson.

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Mead, Hugh Durrett, Nlcklsher, Sales, Sasso, Nature, and C. Alberga, playing manager.

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READY FOR A DIVE on the tower are (1 to r.) Marffy Hurtado.
Patty Davis, Dleen Matheny, Diana Hoenke and Carol Zelnick.

Softtiall

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By RALPH K. SKINNER)
For eight years Gamboa has

had a bie round-up of softbail

Dlavers for an annual tournament.

It was April 26 this year, am

eight leading teams, from all over

the Isthmus came together tor

an intensive elimination tourna.

ment to brine forth the Isthmian

champ. This year it was Pan

Liquido, the team sponsored by

the National Brewery.

The eight teams participating

were Powell s Garage, 1957 Tour.

nament Champions: Abernathy U

msport, 1958 Pacific Softball

Champions; FortUClayton Cava-

Hers, 1958 Pacific Army and Air

Force Champions', and Cerveceria

Nacional, runners-up in the 1958

Pacific Softball League.
Also, Albrook Air Force Base

Flyers; Fort Kobbe Headquarteis
Co., 1st Battle- Group; Cristobal
Titrres! und the Navv Harhor Dp.

tense unit trom toco ioio.

The Navy bovs didn't get across

the Isthmus until too late to play

.Sr.

in the opening game. This got the
Clayton Cavaliers a bye for.; the
first round. :.? -.
But right now, let t us explain
that there was more than i u 1 1

softbail in Gamboa that day.
There were picnics and kids and
more kids, and swimming in the
bie Gamboa Pool, and other kinds

of fun. , y
The ballplayers brought the! r
families, most of them. So many
of them did so, that it reminded -us
of the Senator with the home-x
ly woman, everywhere he went.
The Senator explained, "Son.if
I didn't take her with me, Td
have to kiss her goodbye."
There were enough shady trees
to take care of many of the vis.
itors. And there-was a covered
bleacher section at the Number
One diamond.
The secondary diamond was a
short distance away, over by the'
Commissary and it was cool and
breezy there if one stayed out of
the direct rays of the sun.
We had a little trouble getting

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MR. AND MRS. BOB LAWYER and. children Deborah Jean
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, TYPICAL of the young couples at the softball tournament were
' (I to r) Marilyn and Richard Gayer and Beth and Wally Trout

At Gamb'oa

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enclosure. It seems they have two
rnnrlJrwikin? pirl lifeguards there

whrt ar ramera-shv. But the Dool

j manager let us m ior g q uict
nap of the- shutter.,, ...
rturinor tha riav manv rhildrpn

'"and .quite a few; adults used ; tha

triple pools or uamuoa, .mere s
4 diving pool wAh boards and a
small tower. In Ae center is the

regular pool for s swimmers.. At

the far ened is the wading pool
-for- toddlers, j 1 ,t
It is in this tiny one that some
vntinEFsters actually start 1 n ft r n s

their fear of the water and gain
the confidence to swim.
There were some picnic lunch.

es unaer ma trees, ana mere was

more who bought the hamburgers

and hot dofrs that Victor llerr an I

Extraordinary was that in the

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: ABERNATHY UNISPORT Team which won the 1958 Pacific Softball League Championship, ;
Back row (1. to r.) John Malone, Lou HUzinger, Larny Jones, Marion Woodruff, Fritz Choney,
Wally Trout, Dom Roberto, Larry Chance, Bob Taht, Dick Johnson and Al Husted. Kneeling
l to s.) Bob Dunn, Patsy, Flynn, Abby Flynn, Charles Abernathy, Jr., and Coach C. R. Taht.
- Front row, Charles Abernathy, team sponsor congratulating Bill de la Mater, team captain
and manager. ,

terrific heat of the day, the win.
ner had to play three games an I
win each of them. And each: of
the opponents to be faced was an
outstanding team.
In the first round, Abernathy U.
nisports defeated A 1 b r o o k Air
Force Base, the Clayton Cavaliers
got a bye over Harbor Defense
who didn't show, Cerveceria Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional beat Kobbe Sykes Regulars
and Cristobal Tigres beat Powell's
Garage. -
In the second round, Cerveceria
Nacional beat the Cristobal Tigres

and Fort Clayton downed Aberna

thy Unispom seven to nothing
under the pitching of Al Ausmus,
who struck Out 13 of Bill de : la
Mater's men.
In the final game of the day,
Ausmus struck out 11 more oppo-
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' EIGHT IP till the last game, Al Ausmus, pitcher for the Clay Clay-I
I Clay-I ton Team looked like ton man lor the day. But he bowed to
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HERE'S A TEAM that would be hard to beat, but they swim instead of play sofiball. Front
row (l..to r.): Margy Kurtado, Betty Bryant, Vivki Baldwin, Janice Doherty, Barbara Slat-
kins, Carline Caps, and Maree Morris. Back row, Diana Hoenke, Carold Zelnick, Mickey

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Lane, Fddie Bloy, Bob Carlin, Bill Carlin, C. Mc Glade, A. I omoana and Ernie Campbe.

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.' The afternoon hung pensively ha space, 'v
v As tim will de ha spring emergencies.
Tear-thirty by the stock: the cherry trees.
A con premise of gravity with trace.
Clewed with against the concrete af the sew ; ";
Larfc science building. Oat stepped Master Qvfaui
. And with the single-minded new af sin.
Bringing the abject lata glass-eyed view
He hunched himself upon his camera .
To shoot that picture af the cherry trees
- (A gardener was working a his knees,
k Kis head concealed beneath a Panama -"
Bleached hale fashion) Master Qwlnw stalked henee,
Possessor af a pink etched Kedakehrewc.
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By E3WAK9 BATISCX

. j, A laeing weatan, tons;
Bnlli saa n castto ant af anew;
Kaatpart, keep, and parapet
( :: Malted, at I held theaa yet : .' ;
-Afterward a priest there was
- Made as ana af shining glass;
The thunder saaete ft, ht 1 kneel -Praying
In Rs chapel sttit,
. A ghi ant tha Caraama stand
Made aae a net her with tha sand; .,
, Where tha wrecking relier feR.
.. t : I an standing sen Unci. ,r .
t ', A man, when first I served tha Nina,
BuHt ma ane af niacin tain pine;
- That they pat ta fire and sward,
; But 1 kept my -watch and ward.
I myself with glittering -wards ' v' ''
Am haBdiag like a hansa af card
Anatacr that mast fall, thewgh I
, Keep the dee atH 1 die.
' Caurtesy Wkwansia Pectry Magaahtdv
To A Child Asleep
By ADW BALLOU
Sleep Isa heaMng and benediction ",
Upon the face of youth; ...
Yeung eyas that close hare lost the contradiction
- Between our world and truth.
The smile which curves still Hps Is but tha musing
Of farther, clearer sight
Glfd In its freedom and Its dream-refusing
Or dark thing known by light, v
Oh. wakea not tha young who take their resting.
Leaving the day behind; ,
Gainlntr short hours of happiness suggesting
No future they may find.
Only too soon must tired eyelids flutter
And earth again be seen;
Question them not, for they can never utter
A word of where they've been.
' .LCourtesy The New York Time v"

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AC3AJUAN TAUGHT TOUR YOUNG LADS

TKKJt ABCS.

Iia which- the Asericaa military
play favorite bit corporations off

I aaainat ami iw oAmna niaa uarn il

m tm m hi e i i a ivui ie j or avaaai
lustratcd the ether day when
Frank Higsins, assistant secret secretary
ary secretary af the Army, was eenlerrisg
with' members ef the Hosse sub.
cemmittee en Military Appropria.
lions, ' -f '
"The Willvs OverUad aeenle

are pulling aa end ran, grease

lliggias ta Ceflgressmea Harry
Shrppard af California aad George
Maboa af Texas, when he learned

that the sew Willys Overland

jeep was going ta be shewn to
members of the House tubcom.
mittce.

"On the coau-ary,M exploded

have been riven everv ormnrtnai

ty ta see this new Willys jeep and
that yau won't evea allow it a

parting place at the ientagoa.
Sheppard and Mahon made il
clear that they were going ta take
it look at tha new jeep developed
by Willys at oe exnensa ta th

Army.

They had learned that the Ar.
mv had naid Fort in -Hnvolnn. a

new jeep at the same time the
Willys Cempaay had came up with
a iee at R extra nmiu wttrh

is l.St pounds1 tighter than the

wartime jeea,-has a platform body
which ran be folded ta one side

Sid k adrnkahlv adanfad ttur Umd

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ma oy paracQutc.

Tha Army u asking for approxi

matclv ina millien fa ardar fh

new Ford Jeep, but members of

ine ABoraprutioas Committee want
ta leak verv carafutt. M-

T wiys jeep aeiore ey vote this

nwiey for ford.

Tha above is one reason Con.

rressmea are kutkr t tk

" jrj wit
new Presidential reorganizatkm of

me renugon. mv have seen too
many eases to which funds were
soeat with the VI r i-

v wnment af swialier eampanie
which tn da the job a well or
better. Sixty per cent af all De.

to anlv 109 Americas companies.

ws ex-Coneressmaa Rm

t -Mnmm who praetJL
ev had ta beat th Armv ovr

ine nea m make them acquire

""ern lanes.
Kve sffcr rojHns inserted e
wh monev ii the Army's ap'
WOnriaiiM,. tiill U hi ':.

hrfstia tanks, the Army wouldn't
nsa the tMinv rimi). r.ni .

hrewehl the' tanks

Mid Qaradeif f hm

ha Avenue, to shame the Armv.,
It W mil than thm 1 ri.

wwkmg on new tanks.

ewa pcf)flc," he pointed out. ''Ire.
land is fuLulJiig her destiny in
starting this, airline aeross the
Atlantic, 'said the Prime Minis.
MCLICa CC ISN'T FIT
The staff of the American Em Embassy
bassy Embassy gave a reception ofr Mayor
Wagner m Dublin, but had to ex explain
plain explain that the Ambassador. Scott

MeLeed, was fishing in Galway.1

i remcmoer.the time," remark,
ed C. Yarborongh af the Washing,
ten Star, "when Scotty was sel sel-Hag
Hag sel-Hag classified ads for the Des
Meiaes Register Tribune. "Th
Irish doa't particularly fancy Me.
Lead. They remember him as the

Sfcppard, ''I understand thay youreat witch hunter of the MeCar.

thv era. Tb Irtclt m m i-

lepreefcanss but they don't like
witches... Best remembered of A.
merkaa Ambassadors are George
Garrett and William Howard Taft
III gradson of the lata Presi.
dent V tha United States... MeLeod

is aI?o bai .because of hit
gach coaduct. promutum of sup.
erhlgBways, which the Irish
don't want, etc. Oaa such highway
would ga treat Shaaooa to Dublin,
bypassing Limerkk. ,
The IiTsh foreign office intinu
a tea McLeed's a comedown from

Taft aad Garrett.- MeLeod goes

to tha u aear the Embassy io
threw darts aad mike like one
ef tha aavt. lla imm hia tima

Be prameuag nimsej a job with

me wiss waiea eanei.

" IT vm A annA?ntrl with IVia

Swiss watch industrialists while in

Hsed t ge aver for the Interna International
tional International Migratory Committee meet,
ings with Cengressmaa Walter of

rmki!iT nai rnavnensiva .. whh

a kit it a if af servaati. The next

aipa!nle may he a eareer man.

mere was muca eareer mdigna.

koa when afeLtod was appointed.

. IRISH NOTES
MavnrWiMniiH T-71. T l' i

nv, 1U1 inn
those 'wha mmmwI ik it.t

Irish Airlines flight had a great

uw in me Emerald Jale ast week
after thev rot ever tki r.w

soiaurn in NrwtnnAUA a.

, uivj
wereabeut ta debark at Shannon

ina irisa stewardess announced,
Passengers will deplane in the

louowint- order. First the Lord
Mayor af New Yark." From that
point an. Mayor Wagner. hosc
father was horn in Germany, was

'c ig Mayor.
Ilia Honor, the Lord Mayor, with
Mrs. Waener. visited beautifu
Lake af Glendalough where.

coruins r Irish legend. St. Kevw

was piirsued by the wily and wie.
ked KatheW.n and i.

. .-..w.

vovea ana reoroached her to

did. He did not reveal whether his

wua, was io be the next Senator
from New York... Premier De Ve Vetera,
tera, Vetera, now 7 years old, told1 how
DC Was born nn lha ... -:i

of the Chrysler Building in Man Manhattan.
hattan. Manhattan. At the aee of 2 1-2 he left
lIeI1aBd D Valera who
helped to win Irish independence
by sometimes bloody force, now
rtgards Mahatma Ghandi, ad advocate
vocate advocate af passive resistence, as
n the great men of this era
The Irish, he said, don't want
to use. force to bring about the

unincaiv or northern -Ireland

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' What Do You Read?

Til a Intel Urnrtondfta V anlTlii oamka...!- A -t t.

H '" uvMnu wmananajs, 4yinjaMn- AimUWm BOMf lOr til

uiaatccu ttiwi buc vumaiuni i itlvll'X.fi,
m vim thraf. tHm aat4 viitafi ) ntaa-i t ..

a)AIH VHIV VU UrUW JUUV1LIVO vaj,u

means. "The means matter," he

from India's "great soul" is re.

mmtlMrl fell TM iiT.inanialujl Enn lift I k i l ?

i "ui '"' IS Oilier a BOUt
jouraaHst, Frank Moraes, in,, his what she eaadlsders to injustice
aleVanr nAattli 1 ,a aaaMaBBBhay t .eaawann '' J' watfaaaaM P innaYI f a4aB 1A ,.sjf...L a.

WerW

aew book. Tender
f Ilafimillan

Uoriaa writa aa a Iiwliaa With

a prencuneed Western leaning in
LS Af.x.J ill aas . 1. M

vvwu w u mum. w i u w
He has a low opinion of Comma

nism.When he criticizes the In.

diaa government, it it with regard

io meinoa.-not aim, m Asia, he
asserts, the principles of democra democracy
cy democracy are .'best exoresserf throuph

democratic socialism.

"Tha cheice in Asia is net be.
twee Cammunism and dam,
racy a AMarica and tha Wast
understand It, but batwan'Cam.
munlsm and a type af dema,
creey, such a social democra.
cy af democratic acUtitm,
which la better auitod or adapt,
ed ta Asla'e needs," he reports.
In Moraes' view. Asfk bit fnnoht

aad larrelv won it halt'a tnr

tionhood.(The big battle, between

autHiaiism ana uimmumsm, it
still te, be wared.

Ca. existence, tha adit or ftiilluir

contends, is used by the Comma.
lists aa a aneaaa of lulliaa fh.if

neighbors into somnolence proced-

ioc utuiaun.
When the Communists bo longer
haVe-USe for. lUCS. .mn a InHina

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Hchrn,

i irsitieni &ucarno M Indonesia
and Prime Minister U. Nu of Bur.
ma, they will denounce them, as

runmng' cogs oi western Jmperi.
isml" secording ta Moreales.

AlTOlVMtr the rnmmiiniit i4,nr

to India, he views Red-governed

veraia uie as the Communists'
"lir-t milestone on tha mad ta

Delhi." With the Indian Commu

nists '"now breathing down the
back of .Nehru's neck." he points
out, the economic race between
India and -China becomes an" out outstanding
standing outstanding example of the rivalry
between the democratic and
Communist wavi of Ii a In Asia

such extent, that she eventual! .-, lcefB ,f Ameri Ameri-fell
fell Ameri-fell into the lake viuauy wjM frontlerai aa, fIowB far

The Lord Mavnr Kr.'..j tu tn' BOrtn n1 west in Ice Pa.
YWrit vor f;"ev.l.B: ? look at onaaf the last of

.reach "around It iDrai A,aslu' fHuit.-iUto

teal hahk:r. r.V". Berln" SW11

at the sinister Siberian shore.

Threuth. a handful af people
In the mythical eitv af kr.

. (could it have been .-suggested

by Anchorage?), Miss Ferber
i telle the story, in depth and
breadth, af the sprawling U.S.
Arctic territory.
Zebedee ("Czar") Kennedy typi typi-fies
fies typi-fies the "robber barons' among
Alaska's' leading citizens for Miss
Ferber, while Thor Storm, the ex.
patriate Norse nobleman, stands
for its idealists. The two men,

long associates but never really
friends, have a granddaughter in

, ucikiki. menu?, uavc a gcaiiuuauguier m
I We would be fight against our common Christina Storm w who

; LUi I. -if... n 1

TT j .-..vM ... ... nimvuiu mill f emer musr
(aid. "Bad maana maira fnr had Irank . ,ku.i.- : j.l

. .. . , I hVVUHff 11. tllV fftl
MmAm TWof .. M.MfW.kf. Milif afiAtt I .fj i . J 7

iiBivinmt uuvvaiion vi VIU AMSU Dinni till Hal toll-

J.- M.. .-..li. I 'il ......

m'.thn robtema oi the territory

inflicted an K. Hub of i. p.

taenia etched with an acid prose
that reeaBa the early Sinclair
Lewitv Jt 1 only an abosorb."
Mf stery In its ewa right, it is a
simple,; straight-spoken, 4f perhaps
somewhat ese-sidad,' way for the
uninformed American to find out out-what
what out-what Alaska is ad about.

AWous Huxley is a master, of
milV forma at wrifinor 1m Ann

has he shown his xceptional ski'l

te better effect than in the short
story. ,
Harper new published Huxley's
-Collected Short Stories -SI ell
af them autstandina, written e.
- 1 I ... Mm

vwr m pi iwm r naariy Taara
Soma are satirical, seme tre.

pie, aam hum crew.
. . v
MofiirT!ir mmm Imidmvm im

"ine triecenea &tnxie, J inai ta.
vorit : aathQlri?ist with its

ckiUing clraax. Other notables

arc "Sir Hercules,': Me story ;oi
the liifn aad Roman death of a

J....a k.M.., l,U.nnil. V l m

vwaix jtwivi, .....

After, m which a tragedv re.
solves tha dilemma of a girl's ro.
mance; "The Death rf Lally,"
which tells of the irartyrdom,of a
mm nam aaJ Irat Ab M Bl ah 1 MttA ..

The Boekshop," the ooignant sto.
A 1 . .1 II ." .. ."

ry er an a oooKseuer.

f -SrUr
;L lilJl

In all hia long career. Wil William
liam William Jennings Bryan, who ran
three times for president of the
United States, was elected to
'. Just one public office: he was a
congressman from Nebraska.
He also) held one appointive
effic. that af secretary of state,
which, ha held tor two years
and three months. '
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MR. AND MRS. UNITID tTti
The to-called Defense Dept. He.
erganiiatien HZi ie haKgig en
the ropes under the mercilef s
hammering of Chairman Carl Via.
aei of the Jtjs Military. Affairs
Commu. Alide from th magflilk.
nt putsEe. service the veteran Ge Ge-rfiia
rfiia Ge-rfiia Congressman i( rendering
his cross-examination atone wul
live as a great example of that
art. Point by pmt, phrase by
phrase." and paragraph by para.

graph, ba ha, demolished th it-
credible Defense Dept. Proposals
There is little worry that they will
Become law; ineociy iesMwonj
new is that the Hewm-wiH eon.
promise Vinson's brilliant victory.
This ie a grave -danger,, because
the prietp!e far wkMr he la fight.
Ing cannot be tomproniised with.
out shaking the faundatiano ef tke
Itepubfcc j ;
Per oaantpts. Chairman Vinson
exacted fram Defease Dept. of A.
dais tta statement that the had
no 'Mention of abolishing any -of
me present, Armed smrces. Be
then, secured it idmiarina that
under the tangnegn at lb EiJr; the
coma aDoian any of them X thev
wished Having established, thetc
iwo points, cnairman V n son men.
ed to the kill: Why did. ttiey want
law thev swere thev wniAJ
reruse? Ther was na coherent
answer. -
Of course, the Congrese alene
has ther right t define th rolet
and anfsateaa eC fee Arhied, Teree.
It, bailed down, means- thai any
man vOa a, gmt iasida at a dense,
cracy must be answerable ta the
People .themselves. Implied in
vY""sici Vinson s poauten is
xnai congress is entrusted by the.
Constitution with this duiv
Kress, couldal give it away even
wisnea in. is clear bnplicsv
.ton a that the proposed Defense
Bill coufd only be lawfally. enacted
by .Canatitnlional A
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until then the. American People
now know the Georgia KuIUa. ,iu
fight for them, line by linn w!
ox com dm. rne rampar'i
he watches are holding like steel.
m ?1 ?. ? Prmaaatiea
would b pttjjtul, a H were not so
shocking: nr the first place. U has
retired front g nesltioirthal effic.
m i ine iruio, ta Con
gress. As a result, senior oCScevs
T.blEnlt l0 the 'CftttB)i(tee
Mat tn Rrr wr i-. w
Mnse...BwWl th. Defense Deal.
ANATOMY OF A Mlto&ER-RoV.
luaiissiu james
Gould Corn
THE WtVlBXOP WOMAN -Anya
SNeton
THE WHITE WTTCH -Efeabeih
Goudee '- .v. :
NOKTH FROM ROMlf Helen
Macinnes
, KALLY. KChND THE. FLAG,
nur&i Max-Shulman
MAGGIE.NOW Bettv Smith
SOME CAME RUNNING -James
Jones
Non-Fiction ;
PLEASE DON't EAT THE DAL
SlE&-4ea Kerr
KID SAY THE DARNDEST
THINGS Art Linkletter
BARUCH: MY OWN STORY
Bernard M Baruch
WHERE DID YOU GO? OUT.
WHAT DID. YOtf DO? NOTO.
ING-Robert Paul Smith
ATTORNEY FOR THE DAMNED
Clarence Darrow
MASTERS OF DECEIT-J. Edgar
mever
. PETta FIEVCEEN"S EOQX

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OF THE SEVEN SEAS -THE
NEW CLASS-Milovan Dji.
Ti UVB AeAIl-CaUievia Mar
IhaTf

new eoncedes thai officeri eaa't

be expelled from the Servrcet, it
has the consumartte tan 10 ask
Cewgrrsa for te" pawer atop
their pronsotronsr-Tlua, onty two
m&tha after Geaeral fcavia gave
u in disgustf
The Defame Vpt. is also urgiirg
a sleeper by at&utg Chariman via via-soo
soo via-soo to change the Law wkich re.
qtrtrea the Services to he separate
y administered. The ewiy thing
RMssitrr is an additioaal request
thai the Secretary ei Defease hewe!
forth be xtttissed as "Mem Fuehr.
"... Mere again it. the Con
stitution means aaything the
oily legal way would be w caa
venfng the States far a Censfitu.
nenai xmrnament. aim here a.
gem,. Chah-mair Vmsen fsntitiort.
ed by Cengressmea Leslie Arends,
m Kesyeiwaa, warn aa4 Faw
KiT.Iay of Texas) stands hke the
(ufiraltar of American Lifcerfv.
Parry line meae aolhiaie te these
statesmen wjiea, the Coastitation. u
at stake. .
Peaaaiaa Dent. witT anf
realize "is that :nbn work beth
ways, it has treated the apprwprr
tions as its owia tuads, .using (hem
agaiosi tba exaraaed; .wiil ef the
oncress. Twa law hav IWm r
icrea-m uis session uaakini iitnA'
" ". T
raniua tur-inem 10 no SK.t.ta snort
the-Ceneress. and with coed rea.
sen; will aot accept their word as
fentlemen. Fer example. : the
snamefiif treatment of th rTnifed
States Marines will jtand as one
or the restest outra-es ha Ameri American
can American Ifcsory. Can press wanted i
divislena sad 4 win as. tk was pre.
vailed (tpo. hv the Defease Dept.,
to accept S wings and S divisions.
After Cesgress aonreotiafced the
mone ier this, the Defcsua Dent.
In plain Fjaslssh, swiaed milfioa
for its ems aonkcohkhataat bnure
aurav How does this, affocfthe
ceamery? Us oaly ready force-
readv im in seconde is, the
words ef Commandaa Randnloh
Pate. perilous sktaee. Aid- when
,the IJaifeed States Marines are in
nerilews shape, to, Mr, and Mrs.
United States, are yen. ....
Thai aaeet ttlliea part ef Chair.
man VineaiL's. cross examinatiiin
canat an. the SR-ealled ruinous in
setvwe rTalrjp...The Defense Dept.
statemafain and aam that it
needed!!! power to. decide anv
tinu waieh arise between the va.
nous banches..i Chairman Vinson
permitted atari record te.be built
on,ti patnL after which ha nicked
up uie present law- aad read it
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into the record. He nreved beyond
t" sbjwbwr of :a doubt that : the
Defease Dept. aareaiW has the au
thority it is now seeking! ,-
Chafraaan Vinton mercifully did
no ass; now the nongovernment
civilian defeaae- advisors have
come, mi all the ifartaat'n Can
?rest finds 'difficult to .get: He
omuteit menuoame thai on at
least tw occasions Congress has
en.fiiMshed wronf information
He .emilted -Mentioaia the "ad.
vie"" heis offrert ta orosnnVc
witnesses by the Defease Dent
He omted menliaoin? the exadus
from the service of mart v of is
finest youne;, offcerftr who an;
unwuHnc! to trsst thfc careers
and faowJies ta bundling bureau
crats wbci have' ts yet failed to
nrovide thm with decent: hnusin
We omittfd mentioning that 1 the
Defewse Dept. has trewn like' a
mnshroon at the very. same time
It "has ct down th. actual tf"hn
fee ecs. lie emitted mention of the
vast wnnaenndu battle bein wajj
ed by big businesses which are
doing very bit? businesi with the
Defense Dept... He didn't have te
mention them thn admissieiu
he wrung from Defense Dept. of
fidals destryed their onw case
The Defense. Dens, has annnnnc.
cd that it is ready for a "deal"
So is- ner Vy anybody else, when
the referee s count has reached
"six," Chairman Vinson's cross
examination has- peeled their Ie.
mow te the m immL the jw'ee

of it looks sour even to them. The

lAtae

WASHINGTON (KEA) Seere-
tary ei Interior Fred Seaton -.
pened bis last press conference
with the frank con esston tav ne
had been out every sight that
week and fen pen.
Claneiag at the reporters, he
folitely insinuated that they didn't
took too hot either. - v
: Then, aa chairman ot the Pret-
Weat'a Commission on the fitness
of American Youth, the secretary
ea led atteeUew te- the W h i te
House reclamation making the
week beeiunre 3une 1 "Aswri.
eaa Youth ritness Weeh."1
'''Some of us are beyoad reo.
erv.' said the secretary. But a
word to the wise shtmld he suffi
cient. :
JOYCI C. HALL ef Kansas Ci.
ty. president ef the Hallmark
erecting card eempaay and u
man who persuaded VTinstonJ
Churehta to permit a collection
of his paaitings te be exhibite
bt Anencan ernes, m a restless
searcher ef new art regardless of
the BreiMne-ei the artist.
When, Mau was in town la con
. i- tit. a l
ectien with the opening ef t h e
Churchill exhibit here, he beard
that Xt, Col. D. Ashari, assistant
military attache at the Intloaesi.
sir embassy, had a basement full
ef paintings he had dons this
past year ei his native land. Agna.
ri is wL'.taught and juat got in
terested in paiiUinf since he has
been m the V.S.
Halt postponed his departure a
half day end got Ashari te let
him inspected his paintings. :
Han was impressed snd told A.
shatf he. w6uld bring his buyer to
see the pictures next time he was
in town. HU sayr he doesn't
trust his own judgment on art-
THftI Bf EN a wholesale
turnover of diplomatic1 personnel
here lately. But tw ef the best,
looking gals in the v international
set, forranately, save survived
an tne cnances.
no is Mrs. Abbe- i. I ben,
Israel, end the ether h the Pa.
Mmawiei ambaasader's w l
Mrs. Riearde M. Arias.
'" Unbiased authority fet this judg judg-mant
mant judg-mant af dinlomatic. beauty is Car
lo Maggi, top embassy pholggraph
er in town.- f
Of course there's the corgeous
amerkan wife ef the Belgian a in.
hassadior, Baron Silvercruys.
' But the baron appears to have
such a- firm lock on .his job tha
he's not considered one of the
shifting group of diplomats.
If THE American Physical Sd Sd-ciety,
ciety, Sd-ciety, Which just hid an aanual
meeting here,1 never' returns; the
town's cab drivers won't com complain.
plain. complain. A total hackie says:
The only .thing w can figure
'out is that physicists must be the
most underpaid in the world.
t)ut of the hundred or se
plain fact is that what tliey asked
"i no relation whatsoever to
..iat they say they want. In ef
feet, thev are asking: for a loaded
pistol, aimed at the heart of the
Armed services ana me wius'f wius'f-tution.
tution. wius'f-tution. In. plain English, agaiii.
Congressman Vinson has asked
them 'H you say you wiH sevet
use it, why do you want it is the
first place?" No answer.. The
nemnse Dent, row says its. feet
"aren't in concrete," meaning they
are ready for a compromise.
CONTINUES STOCK PLAN .
PITTSBURGH (UP) West
Inehouse Electric Corp. yesterday
announced it will continue its
eamlovee stock purchase plan m
which a record number of em-

ployces ar now taking part.i The
p r o ? r a m is reopered at six six-month
month six-month intervals! May and
November. '

By DOt'GLAS LASSEN and JESS I BENNETT

hauled around, the biggest tie
we got from eae ef them was a
dime. Now, I knew what they
mean whea they aay scientists
should get more money."
SIN. BARRY CGLDWATER (K.
Aria.) has several interesting i i-diosynerasies
diosynerasies i-diosynerasies including the habit
ef leaving hit wallet si home in
the morning.
: Other day this happened when
the senator planned te drive te
New York.
"How about kndiBf me 50
cents for the trip?" ke asked his
administrative assistant, ueaa
Burch;, as he raced eut ef the at
uee.
Burch ebliging'y Hipped him a i
hair dollar as a ptuzled visitor'
i the effiee looked a.
How can ke make ta trip ea
that much mosey?" the v utter
'0hr he aractitas what he
preaches;' Bureh replied, "lie's
the frugal type.". ;
OTHIR kAT VKHRIt President
Eisenhower opened the Winston
Churchill art exhibit here, it was
assumed that hit presence .was
By JACK AVIR
NEW YORK (UP) The Strat:
ford Festival Company of Cauda
has- a fine time rutting up in a
fare called "The Brekea Jug" at
the Phoenic Theater.
This work has been injected hit
the engagement that finds the
troupe also- playing occasionally
in Shakespeare's "Twe Gentle Gentle-mea
mea Gentle-mea of Verona.' A
"The Broken Jug" is Donald
Harron'a adaptation ef an old Ger
man; classic comedy by Heiwrich
von Kleist. Whatever it was then
and it probably was a rather
darinr satirical work in its time
it is now an out-and-out farce
with practicsly everything in 15
but the kitcnen sinx.' -j
Thank te Mlchae Langham's
free-wheeKnf direction and the the-'
' the-' playinp ef a marveleus eaat, th
wholo fhing eeme off at nd
fun. tn the wren hand, it pre.
hably would be dlssttreut.
Campbell' Seeret
Harron has changed the locale
from Flanders to what is now
western Ontario and set the action
during the War ef 1812 when the
Americans were' threaten! t:
takeover that section 0 Canada.
The Canadians in that region, are
portrayed as not being too anx.
ious to help His' Majesty V troops
del'end the territoy snd not above
making some opportunistic deals
with the Yankt. ..
.'A' Birtish major comes into- the
village in question to stir up the
natives te their proper duty and
immediate v finds himself em
broiled in a local scandal that
threatens his whole mission unless
he first lets the villi gen thresh
out their differences.
This is dor-i in a corniest har.
ins before a mapjttrat who U
corrupt end lecherous and, it de develops,
velops, develops, the real culprit in the af affair.
fair. affair.
The magistrate is played by
that wonderful al round actor,
Douglas Campbell, with e ry
trick snd bit of guile that the
farceur can bring into use. It is
an acting education just to watch
him in this.
Douglas Rain, Diana Maddox,
Eric Berry, Helen Burns, Eric
Christmas, Bruno Gerussl and Po.
wys Thomas are" some of the oth.
ert who contribute their skills to
the hilarity.
: The teen-age star, Sat Mineo,
whose next film will have 'i m por portraying
traying portraying 1 drummer Gene Kruna
got into show business in a curi.
He was playing ball in the stieet

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J Live Shows On Broadway.:,

kind ef a publicity stunt for the e-

vent.
Actually, Ik went te- decide
which ef Winnie's pictures he was
going te select for himself.
He does not have a Churchill
painting aad Winnie wrote him
a aote saying that he could take
his pick ef the 35 being sent .a,
round t American cities.
Ike doesn't have t make up
his miad until just be era the col.
lectio is returned te England.
a They say the President bis nar.
rawed his selection down ta four.
But he's net telling which four of
the group they are.
f THIRBf A RACE en in
the
Washington National Press. Club
fer Drelilie father"honors.
Charley Lueey er- scripps
Howard sad Jack Morris ef the -New
York Times have each got
five boys aad four girls. Sat pub.
Me relations man Jack Doherty is
catching up With them. He's got
six boys and tw girY plus, an another
other another heir on the way
At least two ether Press Club-,
members have eight kids. They
are attorney Ben Noble and pun. ;.
lie relations man Bud -Litton.
of the' Bronx, when, a stranger
cam up to the gang and asked.
Aay ef yeu hoys want to get into
television?"
Sal. wh watt 1 yean old at the
time, figured the chap was a pho
ny and said, "Wh are yon xia.
ding?" (
Th man persisted, hewevsr
ild lal he cewM .discern acting :
petentlelitlea In hin.
He went t Sal's horn snd told
his mether that young Sal should
take dancing lessons: Sat was per,
saaded to g to dancing school.;
A tor a year, he was about to
give it up when a scout for produc.
er Cheryl Crawford who was mak making
ing making the rounds various types
ot schools looking for two Ka
li a -type boys for part in th
Broadway play, 'The Res Tat-
too," pi.l ii. him for i one ef the
parts. Sal had two fines in the play
ami crossed the stage leading a
goat.
That was the start Q.r his show
business career, -and, of course,
the stranger who accosted him in
the street and told him he should
be an actor actually was a phony.
He was just shilling for ths danc.
rag school, t
Jwno Havee will pley Titanij ...
In "A MU tm m r Niaht'a
Dream at th American Shahs
-apeare Festival Theater, Strant., i
ford. Conn., thin lurnmer. Mis
Havoc wen praise earlier this
teasen at Jecatte In Jean Cee.
teatf's "Th Infernal Machine"
at the Phnix Theater.
Earle Hayman, who played "0-
thello at the Festival last sum.
mer's "Hamlet" and Ilk-Jin Sher.
man will play the first grive-dig-ger
in that drama. Also set for
summer roles is Richard Waring,
who was in the Festival'!! recent
tour of 'Much Ado About Nothing'
with Katharine Hpnhura
Bernard Green, composer of the
background music for "W!io Was
That Lady I Saw You With?" has
written a song using the title of
the Norman -Krasna farce hit at
the Martin Beck Theater, The song -has
lyrics by the team or Marilyn
Keith and Allan Bergman. Green,
it the musical director 'or Sid Cae Cae-sar's
sar's Cae-sar's television program.
Kermit Bloomgarden has sign,
ed Barbara Williams te understu.
dy Barbara Cook, leading lady
in Meredith WiUson's musical co.
medy hit, "The Music Man." A
native of Milwaukee, Miss Wil.
Hams made her New York debut
in "Damn Yankeet

SUNDAY, MAY" 13, 1S53

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? ANOTHER BALL FAN was George Davis Mlkey, shown .with,
his dad at Gamboa.
yGamboa's Big: League -Softball

:hyym?.,yy
(Continued from

Pace THREE)

nents, but ,'Big Mac" Lane of the
: rprvppria Nacional team did e-

ven better in the pitching and
Pan Liqtiido took the tournament.
Fritz Cheney was the coordina.
tor of the tournament and it took
fa lot of planning. There were ma many
ny many arguments with i the,, umpires

and it looked line some ciasnes
might ensue but they didn't. ..
- Tt was real bie league: softball.

To manv who have not followed

the eame- closely.; then dazzling

soeed and control of the Softball

Ditchers was-a matter for w o n

' derment. One wonders how the

player at bat can j. line' up Xne

s flight of. the ball in time to swing
at it. -'-,
; i f m : - - t

,. ball players : who wanted to re.

nege a little, there was the Gam.
boa Golf Course awaiting their ac.

tion.' And on the Chagres River,
, motorboats oared around and a a-'
' a-' round with .water-skiiers. i .,;.

It was a day for visiting among

tne. men, ox leisurely Dull 'sessions

.when not playing.- The children

gui, lUgCLlItl, as U1U HIV

f -
Premier S::;:dcy Cro:s-7oc yuzzh
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and everyone looked happy al

though hot.
- It is real tight contest, this an

nual softball tournament and al.

ready plans are started for the
next one. i
-There were many cute.kids at
the softball tournament and they
would all have photographed well.
- One young lady -who was very
photogenic decided against being a
cover girl, and so we spied young
Gary Tochterman, son of Mr. and
Mrs.' George Toch'vman,, of Bal.
boa. Daddy is one of the Canal.
Zone's finest, and mother is the
daughter of Mrs. Helen McKeown.
i Young Tochterman was right

down in the dugout and charmed!
everyone with his grin and vitali-l
i... T r: 1 rf (U.t I

iy. nis B(jecu was su Mcai mat a
200th of a second left the ball blur blurred
red blurred in the cover shot. He said he
could hit about .800 but the mean
manager never let him got to the
plate- i ...-!' ,l
Watch for Gary Tochterman A in
future softball tournaments, say, a a-bout
bout a-bout 1978. ' - 1

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machine
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offspring.

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man
32 Kind of
palm tree
34 Devil's Devil's-tree
tree Devil's-tree (India)
3 Cory
place
3 Waxllke

skin on
bird's
beak

37-Baby-
' Ionian 1
eagle
- rider
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41 Let It
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(printing)' 79.-

42-Thick soup

43 Again ;

bring to
. shore ;.
45 Mountain
pass
46- P5i.:e of
refuge,..

HORIZONTAL
47 Correla
tive of
' neither .. ;
. 48 Variable ,.
'star -...
50 Response
62 Custo-
dlan, as of
museum
56 Capturing
. and ".-
1 1 putting
in basket
60 Dutch
. :A measure
; r of
capacity
! 61-Observing
tij reason--
able
""'limits.,,
i, 62 Cure
, 63 Beggar
- 65 Languish v
66 Land of
' shamrock
X 6t---Ancient
."-lUllan
goddess'
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mosque
covered
-' ; .earth
7i Prepares
1 flax -t
73 Sloping
- passage passageway
way passageway ,: 75 Unruffled
78 Mull

Awk

wardly

81 Vessel of
j rounded
. form
S2 Deliverer
84 Finely
': y.- channeled
85 Memento

87 Sharp te
. taste
88 Remain
89 To the
' right!
80 Fabulous
" bird
' 92 Mark with
' spots of
differeng
color
96 Covetous
desire
99 Winglike!;
100 Son of r
Seth( '
102 European
bird
103 Tear
104 Hied V
105 Strlke vlg-
- brously
107 Force '.
108 Decision ;
- of Ugis-
' lative
" body
109 Entreaty f
111 Wears
away ';
113- r-Charge
114 Calami-
- tous
116 Carrier
118--Of a
stone
" tablet"
120 What-not
121 Descend-
1 ant of one
of Jacob's
- sons 'f-,;:
122 Circular
In cross-
l section'.
123 Explosive
noises
124-Canceled
125-f-Forbore
'., to destroy

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2 Lift
3 Velar
4 Language
of
Philip.
pines
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6 General
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' ln
state-'
craft
8 Mine
owner
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- ;
measure
10 Social '
insect ''
11 Profound
12 Spirit
of
adven adventure
ture adventure 13 Severest
14 Happen Happening
ing Happening
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worn
under -'
. Jacket''
18 Assam
17 Strip of ',
" bacon
18 Garb
19 Tenant
28 It is
3 (poetic) ,.
. 30 Smoke
33 Glossy Glossy-surfaced
surfaced Glossy-surfaced paint
36 Arrow -.
i- poison ;
38 Indigo
: plant .j.1;'.

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40 Number
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drops
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iany 1
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shade
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to
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64 Useless
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miK
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67 Feel
con- -trition
for
actions
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festival
69 Viscous
61 Bfshop's
, , head-
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. of ,
fowls
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barked
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f mony s
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, ed malt
liquor
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vi .: kingdom : :
- east of
Baby.
' Jonia

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' mentioned
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1 of
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' nobility
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love
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86 Having r
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i I: tion .' r.
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91 Tinged
93 Idler
94 Marked
" with
stripes
95 Pene Pene-I
I Pene-I trated
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. sorting
device
97 Relate
98 Catch !f .;-...
99 Pome i
fnrtt "
101 Woe-
- -fur
104 Gush ;
106 Nuisances Ij
109 South-
, t west
wind
110 Anneal-;'--ing
chamber
111 Goddess
. of
- discord J
112 Pace
115-i-SeIf
117 Topas
, hum- 1
" ming
bird
119 Age

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SUNDAY, MAY, 18, 1953



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THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Boxing Committee
will havt its sights set on heavyweight champion
Floyd Patterson later this month in Paris.
President Julius Helfand will be in, charge of the
meeting which opens May 28 and runs through the
30th. Helfand, also chairman of the New York State
Athletic Commission, said a decision will be made as
to just what ultimatum will be given Patterson. The

ORIOT AND REBELLION in Venezuela, Lebanon and
Algeria and a threatened political explosion In
France made newspaper headlines last week.
In all four countries, anti-American outbreaks were
part of the picture. f

Vice President Richard M, Nixon was stoned, cursed

chamrj hasn't defended since Aug. 22 as manager Gus and spat upon by Communist-incited mobs in Cara Cara-D'Amato
D'Amato Cara-D'Amato continues his feud with the International- cas, capital of Venezuela, at the wind-up of his "good-

Boxing Club. What annoys Helfand is that the -six- wur tour or Latin America. .. M
month deadline has passed and Patterson hasn't even : w "lu
hinted which challenger he will meet. President Eisenhower regarded the Incident as so
Reports from London and Paris say at least two serious that he ordered Marines, and paratroopers
members of the World Committee favor forcing Pat- flown to Caribbean bases within easy reach of Cara-.

terson to meet one Of the top live contenders or give, cas ior use u me vepezueian government requested

up the title.

0O0 : :

VETERAN STAN MUSIAL of the St. Louis.
Cardinals became the eighth major leaguer to
collect three-thousand hits. Musial reached the
magic circle with a pinch hit double in the sixth
inning in a gameagainst the Cubs In Chicago

Tuesday.

assistance" in keeping order.

Gen. Charles de Gaulle, wartime leader of Free
France, threw the French political situation into tur turmoil
moil turmoil by announcing:

MANY ZONIANS REACTED with surprise to the
news that the Panama Canal administration wa3
sponsoring a -bill aimed at giving the Governor tht
last word in local appeajs of personnel actions. ;
Apparently, ; the proposed bill which has not yet
been introduced, would give the Governor complete -control
also in personnel classification cases as well
as the power to set differential pay rates. r.. .'.
Contents of the drafted legislatioh, which was dat dated
ed dated April 24, were revealed this week. It appears to be
a revision of HR 6708 which was introduced last year.
The Canal's Midget Dredge Mandinga has been
hired by the Panama government to help divert
. the Tuira River from El Real, capital of the Da-,
rien province.
El Real, located at a bend in the river is slow slow-ly
ly slow-ly being washed away with many streets and
houses are disapnearing. In recent years rescue
operations have been required to help stricken
villagers.

The Mandinga will cut across the neck of-the river

"I hold myself ready to take over the powers of the
Republic." De Gaulle, "strong man" regarded by many

via n o ap a wpH Hutchinson failed to start i Musial, as a potential dictator. Issued his statement after

v.! o (.hunu at thrpe-t.housand when French troons. demanding a flieht to the finish a-

v.tl.H tct T nni wpdnesdav. But. the Cardinals gainst the rebels, took charue in Algeria and called 'In. a project is expected to take about six weeks. The.

trailed 3-1 in the sixth Inning and Hutchinson called for a De Gaulle government. v dredge was loaded on the crane boat Atlas on Thurs-
on the left handed hitting first baseman who doubled Pierre pfllmlln had been confirmed by Parliament day, and several Canal officials accomnanied the
on a 2-2 count. The hit come off Moe Drabowsky and as France's 27th postwar premier when De Gaulle dredge to the site where operations will begin.
scored a run making it, 3-2. made his statement. 0
" r ; oOo- -- 1 A local-rate Dredglnar Division employe was killed
The St Louis Cardinals opt'.oned Von McDanlel,' Mobs had rioted in Paris, demanding that D Gaulle Instantly earlv this week when a two-ton hoistinr arm
their $50000 bonus pitcher, to Houston of the Texas be nut in power, and had tried to storm the National drooped on him from ten feet aboard the dredge Cas-
Leaeue Wednesday night as the major league teams Assembly and the. U.S. embassy. cadas. Anther crewman was seriously injured In the
Bought to reduce their rosters to the 25-player limit. Tough naratrooo Gen. Jacques Massu led the army, accident.
McDanlel, whose brother Lindy also is a Pitcher movement in Algeria. v
with the Cardinals, pitched a one-hitter against the .. ... The fatally injured seaman was Oscar Jones, a 44-
F'rates and a two-hitter against the Dodgers last Gen. Raoul Salan. commander in chief of the 400.- year-old Gamboa resident. The injured man, Jorge A.
year winding up with a 7-5 record. However, the 19- 000 French troops in Algeria. nubllclv Proclaimed his Shuffler, 33, is, suffering from a fractured right leg
year-old righthander appeared in only two games this suooort of Masu and hailed De Gaulle. .and a broken back. ,-. ; .
" season allowing, five hits in two Innings. v A French rationalist mob sacked the United States- .
The Cardinals also optioned rookie third baseman -Information Service library in Algiers. -Both men were engaged In removing a broken tooth
Benny Valenzuela to Omaha to reach the 25-player A ; 0 1" froni a bucket which was resting on the deck of the
llm't '-; ; Mobs rebelling against oro-western President Camll- dredee when the safety pin of the hoisting arm slip-
The Detroit Tigers cut their squad to the required le Chamoun of Lebanon burned TTSTS libraries in Bel- ped loose, causing it to drop on Jones' back.

number by sending pitchers Vito Valentinetti and Joe rut, tne canirai. ano mnon, ana tried to storm the
Presko to Charleston on options and selling outfielder American embassy in Beirut. "...
Bill Taylor to the same American association club. 1 ; n
The New York Yankees sold pitcher Al Cicotte to The United States airlifted small arras, ammunl-
tnrm nnHnnoH nntplrtpr Rohbv tion. tear cas and pas mafik from West fiermanw t.n

t,ip,. n oimnnH nt th ; Tntirnat.ionai T.pame Ibanon to assist Dolice and troons In suDDressiner the the civic council oreanlzation. hpld their first, mppt-

. and optioned shortstop Frlti Brickell to Denver of -m'!- ln5 at tn club to ermit residents to get an Inside
the American Association. s "he strength of the Marines attached to the VS. 6th Rlimpse- of the facilities. Over 100 applications have
The Senators, in turn, sold infielder Jerry Snyder to Fleet, based In the Mediterranean,' was- doubled.-'-,?lready been received. (

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xiuunc ucuiuui vic juc"rr .niun w. ivicvui mihck cx- ivivuiivvmic, n a wwu nail lueeiiuir wiin me liov

rresd confidence the Tnited States ran "! froa ernor this week. Zonians' learned that they had a
th Soviets Jn outer foap" unrterthe leadership of a ( "better deal down here"-than the folks in the States.

npw nt.tnno. pnace anm''nrat'on.
But ytn(.rrmarV plo Tont:p finace P'wimlHe chalr chalr-rnan.
rnan. chalr-rnan. caM THnre'iw's laimrM"" Russia'slti, ton
ptniv ttt v- ps a warning to us particular particularly
ly particularly our ton leaders."- ,"

Residents of Cdco Solo will soon be enjoying their
country club, now slated to be opened next month.

.The Coco Solo Civic' Council, youngest member of

The Chicago Cubs sold veteran infielder Bobby

. Morgan to Buffalo of the International League
.and optioned utility outfielder Frank Ernaga to
Fort Worth of the Texas League
The Cleveland Indias- reached the required limit by
optioning catcher Hal Naragon to San Diego of the
Pacific Coast League. Naragon thus returned to the
same club he served before his promotion to the
Indians In 1951. 1
, oOo
A late inning rally by a minority group of the House
Judiciary Committee has set the stage for a hot bat bat-'tle
'tle bat-'tle over the proposed sports anti-trust bill.
A 157man minority on the Committee has filed re reports
ports reports calling for a major change In the measure, which
' is backed by chairman Emanuel Celler of New York.
A majority of the 32-man Committee had already
okayed the measure last month. In New York. Base Baseball
ball Baseball Commissioner Ford' Frick again charged that
Celler's bllL "threatens the destruction of organized
baseball." Frick called for a bill that would exempt,
baseball and other professional sports from the antl-
- trust laws. ' ,
0O0
The Detroit Tigers made a' bid for more pitching
strength by obtaining George Susce from the. Boston
Red Sox in a straight cash deal.
Susoe worked in two games for the Red. Sox this
season and didn't figure in any decisions. He won
. seven and. lost three for : Boston last season. The
; purchase price was not announced.
The Tigers then optioned relief pitcher George
Spencer to their Charleston farm club in the Amer
lean Association. Spencer had a 1-nothing record
this spring.
- oOo
The Cincinnati Redlegs trimmed their rooster by
sending rookie Vada Pinson to Seattle of the Pacific
Coast League, on a 24-hour recall basis.

The 19-year-old Pinson was a. canawate ior rooKie

i "Tp Ampr'"on "t int ti pwaVp from their
rovm'f!Pncv v tsM. "w bva ot to ut e pnane
TMm (r fvp t" iv"l '1 tryryAi nionpv pnable
OU'".b''r 8t1 fpHH-1p io wrnjiop fha roqjilt,".
, Pnv"t. rrrinr vi'' ft vhriishchev Thnrrfav hail hail-p4
p4 hail-p4 rn-fnv ttt n ornn-t rMon of Communist su-r""-ioriv
over tbe United States.

Oor"" .T. Felan rhlef counsel of the House "Boace
r,-'r.TOtt,, M t lnimchipo1 was "confirmation that
tv pi, or. or phpH of us" and constituted another
rnmniinT-ypinn v we in list n full-soeed ahead."
.; PoAit t'nmnnr pnnniinpf Sn"tnik III Viad POmn'et-
4 nr. t tu pnrfrt f, q r m. Thurdav. The
hnvfnrt, wv, v, sBteHltp and its carrier rocket
woM v",' nrfh -vi naked eve around awn and
nnoaf;.. t, .jroH w rfldlol""' ac.lentl'lc Infor-
mot.inn nr rpmii-r .v,,,ie j0 g tdttery of measur-.
lng stations In the US.S.R. V I:.' .
M"'tarw authnrlt.lp wpre cautious about conclud concluding
ing concluding the aize of Sputnik JTT mean Russia hs 9ny aur-"-tse
new rocketry superior to .known U.S. capabili capabilities.
ties. capabilities.
" D Herbert Vorlr, chief sciet't of the Defense De De-nartment's
nartment's De-nartment's adwrKred research nrolects ancy, said
'the pw Rnutnlif ould hav hen nut 1n,orhit, with a
rocket no greater power than used for the smaller
Sputnik TT. '.-'' :: ..' v..;.,:.:-,.'. '.'.;.

York said It maw bp two years before fh United

The observation came from Robert P. Burroughs, a

memDer or tne uanars ooard of directors, who was
present at the meeting.
'A contract has been awarded to-the New York en engineering
gineering engineering firm of Persons, Brinckerhoff, Hall and Mac Mac-donald
donald Mac-donald for studies and a report on thetevlSion of cost
estimates for several long-range possible Improve Improve-ments
ments Improve-ments of the Panama Canal.

of-the-year; honors in spring training. However, he -Ftates oan a ffM to divert m''itarv; rockets to nd "which ended yesterday

. The studies will be based prlnclnally on the Isthmian
Canal Studies of 1947, and will be, directed towards
the .updating of cost estimates on various long-range
improvement plans developed during the course of
those studies. v
New traffic signals at the intersection of Fourth
of July Avenue and J. Street In Ancon were still
'causing some confusion this week to pedestrian!
and motorists alike.
.''.; ''-,-....;'" '..".;;.. ; fv:?u'"' fy ,;.: .;' '.'..
In order to clear ud some of the misunderstand-
Ing, the Canal Issued an announcement eoncern eoncern-frtg
frtg eoncern-frtg the movements of motorists and pedestrians
travelling in that area.
. Student demonstrations over lack of schools and a
sufficient number of teachers highlighted the week's
news in Panama City. y
. Some 500 students and parents motored from the
town of Aguadulce to stage a demontration demand demanding
ing demanding the completion of the town's high school build

ing. A delegation of the demonstrators was received
by President de la Guardia. who nromlsed that he
would personally inspect school facilities during a
two-dar visit-to the central provinces of the republic

failed to make the iumn from the Class C California

League to-the majors. His batting average dropped
to .194 during recent weeks. . :
:v;::;.''i;y--; ';'.;',''-,; i-.-i-oOo ,'
' An Ohio State quarterback has decided to pass up
his final year with the Buckeyes to try out for the
Cleveland Browns.
Signal caller Andy Okulovich who was drafted by
the Browns a year ago told coach Woody Hayes that
he plans to Ink a Brown contract after the collegiate
baseball season. Okulovich, a standout passer failed to
see much action in the Buckeyes split attack.
Outsider "Happy Princess" raced to a one-and-three-quarter
length victory in .the Distaff Handicap
at Belmont Park Wednesday. ?
Mrs. M. D. Lewis' six-year-old chesnut mare rout rout-,
, rout-, distanced a field of 13 fillies and mares in the seven seven-furlong
furlong seven-furlong event. Happy Princess, with Jockey Hediey
Woodhouse in, the saddle; paid 22.90 to win. "Outer
Space" was second and favorite "Searching" th'rd.
"At Pimlico, "Daumay" won the featured Black Eyed
Susan stakes with "Motivate" second and Stay
Emoochie" third. '
i "'. '
SUNDAY, HAY 18, 1958

"i-olont lfl catplHfp" nwr nna fnn Inti nnarp ftnf fhfl

ir Fop i prn-otod fo attempt, to send un test ver- :" During another students demonstration Friday, lo lo-nn
nn lo-nn ff "niH oino" PConnalsan', aat"ite. "Pish-. ? ra' n'en school students asked for the resignation of
in nospiblv xm to UA tons. In a matter of months. Education Minister Victor N. Juliao, the construction

of more schools buildings and the' appointment of

more teacners,
"During his visit to Ocu, where he Inagugurat- j
ed a government built' rural housing project,
- President de la Guardia voiced concern over stu student
dent student aeitation which hp saM was developing in
som narts of the renublic. However, he did not
go Into further details.
A renort on the Foreign Relations Council's recom recommendations
mendations recommendations on the best wav to aoDroach the United
States on th possibility of flyin? the Panama flag on

the Canal Zone annarently wi'l be ready for presen

tation to Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd this week.

-Cs and hundreds bf millions of do"9rs" when it c After meeting to study a government request ofr a
tfertt ' rcnmmpn'iation on the plan, the council named Drs.
"jrilpb r"ncT rnrp later e said. "But we have Octav'o Fabrpc-a, Elov Tenedetti and Roberto R. Ale Ale-no
no Ale-no a!t-"-T.tivp b"t ti go ahead." mn to draft the report. v

McCormack aoke as his f-ommitW movpd swiftly

towaM fftvinw f'nal anrova1 to a bill creating a na-
tlonoV aeronaut) and snare. -.
Mccprmooir i he 'expected "quick action" on the
.bi" W the w0use.
'"rvipn with an pcpppv nn t.h ton IpvpI and w'th the
mint"-" we "n overtake and beat the Russians in
snace." he said. ;
'Tt 1 nn Af tViP ti Act "tmnelllnw rpoeons whw we
shnuM t" fu1'-snpp' vp"." he jflrl "TTiis apncv we
pre prootw is one that is going to do the Job and do

It ouickly."

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