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 )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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. It was. announced in Ciudad Trujillo yesterday that
Dominican students in military schools in the Panama Canal
Zone had been ordered home for "technical reasons.",',. ;'
, If ever this stern order from President Hector B. Tru Trujillo
jillo Trujillo someone will have to return it address unknown,"

(There have been no Dominican
'since early this month,, when
USAF's Latin American school
Btth the Latin American school
lit Albrook and the US Army Ca.
iribbean School at Ft. Gulick are
: presently empty, between courses.
"Both had graduation i ceremonies
earlier this ; month,
!' Hector Trujillo, whose Presid.
iential chores have been said by
detractors to consist chiefly of
keeping the Presidential chair
warm for' his strongman brother
Rafael, dictator of the republic for
28 years, announced that 38 Do.
minicans studying at US military
' schools have been ordered home
for "technical reasons", along
with students in Fronco. Italy,
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'"Cristobal'-Yacht ::Club had four
satisfied customers this week.
They are round-the-world yachts,
men on their way back to the
Slates and they had this to say
about the club "thi3 club should
1. commanded. We've visited a
-,H,d manv yacht clubs but Cris.
I ,il has given us the best rccep.
-Un vft.''-- '". U:' i, :
Ihe four are Don hanb-rg a
wood technologist and Al Roger Roger-sort
sort Roger-sort a salesman both from Brem
erton, Washington;, and twins Bin
and Bob .Henderspn commercial
salmon fishermen from beKiu,
Washington. ;" u-
They bought their 63 foot Bef.
mffiketch Pursuit in Norway
"because Norwegians are good
alien so we figured they should
fiavp eood boats.'
They, are going through the can.
81 S week-end en -route -. tor
Seattle, which they are going to
make 'their home port for the
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Vpnderson 'W been, a bit of a
busman's 'holiday for my. brother
and Tbeing commercial salmon
Shermen.lnf.ct we h.ve been
trvine to catch fish all the .way
' which has ruined our professional
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, Adldi Stevenson
Promises To Bawl
Khrushchev Out
f LONDON (UPD-Adlai E. Ste Ste-venson
venson Ste-venson said Friday he would tell
Soviet Premier Nikita S Kaw
shchev exactly how he felt .bout
the executions of :the Hungarian
iebel leaders if .the chanci arose
m his forthcoming visit to Mos.
. -'cowc V."
' The Democratic presidential
. ri -.nut tt rluVTi.

: tinm nop in liWi-DD. Iiuvy o e'

- nor in a law firm,'

said he was
going to Wotcow
'on -behalf oi

j ..ia amor I'ticiiLa. ni'

" autiiors and dramatists whose
isoiks had been published in. Bus.
' gia without compensatioh.
If I have the opportunity 1
:' will -express .-, my views Ao. Mr.
anri other resopnsible
Soviet leaders on the indefensible
verdict on tne nungawau ou ou-'
' ou-' ers," Stevenson said.
Stevenson explained that he was
visiting Russia as a, private citj.
nn vio cairf he reiected an invi.
tati'on to be the guest of the go?.
ernment. ".
Clayton 300 Area
To Dc Converted
To 60 Cycle
The 300 area at Fort Qayton
117 huts of family quarters- will
be converted from 21-cycle to 60.
cycle electric current Alonuay
morning. ' :'
In a brief ceremony planned
for 8:30 o'clock. Colonel Raymond
L. Hill, USARCanb engineer, will
turn over the key to the trans.
former house to Col. John I). Con.
py, Fort Clayton post commander,
a. marking the discontinuance of 25 25-cycle
cycle 25-cycle current and the introduction
n tu.cyciD.

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students on the Canal Zone
.some graduated .from" the
at Albrook. ; :
Spain, the Panama Canal ZonePe..
ru and Venezuela. o
It is believed these technical rea rea-sons
sons rea-sons are chiefly the action of the
US- Command and General Staff
College ia flunking .-strongman
Trujillo's son Lt. Gen. J Rafael
(J'Ramfis")Trujillo Jr., who ran
the military gamut from A to Zsa
Zsa.
His students of jungle warfare
concentrated on Kim, who's no
Kip ing character.
Young Truiillo it expected to
transit the Canal sometime. Soon
homeward bound from Los An.
geles aboard his father's luxury
yacht "Angelita."
' President Trujillo says the Do.
minican Republic, despite its pros,
pective repudiation of U.S. aid,
will "continue to ulfill its respon.
sib ties" for Western Hemisphere
defense.
He tola newsmen I he will ap.
Doint a SDecial committee to stu.
dv Dominican congressional de-
mands for the rejection of U.S.
r?j "j -Lni

rieht tn maintain missile-tracking' Films and colored slides, as -well as maos,-We used by Imboden for his talk, jointly.sponsor jointly.sponsor-S
S jointly.sponsor-S 0TDSiv'red by the service club and the Fort Clayton 11 oraryDA Army Photo) .,. t ,,,,. ,

They Peddle Their Papers And See
The Vcr!J, Or Fair Chunk Of It

Four newspaper boys from Penn.
sylvania are seeing the signts ot
Panama this' weekend as part jot
their reweard for selling more pap
ers. i i
The four expert newsboys are
from the Reading Eagle Times,
a morning and evening paper with
a 'circulation of nearly 87,000 co
pies- per day. They won a compe
tiUon among the thousands news news-boys
boys news-boys who hawk the Eagle Tunas
and the.ir prize is a 24-day, tour
of Latin America.
Panama is their first1 stop. They
flew Jn- early yesterday morning
from. Nem York and are stayig
at the El Panama Hiton Hotel.
The boys are Tie O'Malleyi le;
Bob Batzel, 14; Frederick Jiigiv
16; and Gregory Yockey, 14.
The party is led by Joseph A.
Abey. the paper's director ot cir circulation
culation circulation and his wife, and includes
district managers of. circulation
Adam Flowers and his wife and
Kenneth Fegley.
This is the third competition tne
paper has held for Us newsboys
during the. past year. Previous
Radioactivity 1
In Humans Higher
Says. Army Doctor
' "WAYNESVILLE, N.C. (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A top Army medical researcher
said Thursday : that ? radioactive
elements in the bodies .of human
beings have increased "roughly
100 per cent" in the last two years
but he does not" believe the in
crease is harmful. .
"The levels of fallout collected
in man are well below tolef.
ance," Col. James B. Hartgering
told a meeting of doctors from
seven States.
Hartgering, director of the Di Division
vision Division of Nuclear Medicine- and
Chemistry of the Research insti institute
tute institute at the Army's Walter Reed
Hospital, in Washington, spoke at
the fifth annual Mountaintop Med.
ical Assembly. ' 1

First Russian

MOSCOW (UPI) -In abbut two
months, a few groups of travellers
carrying maroon colored .pass,
ports and conservative phywood
suitcases,- and. with a distinct look
of their, own, .are" expected to
step down from a' plane at New
York's International Airport:
After taking a deep breath and
a wide-eyed look around, they
will go on to act just like any
other foreign visitors to the Unit,
ed States.,,
Within hours of arrival they will
have patronized the picture post,
card stands, bought themselves a
guide map of New York, and tak taken
en taken a stroll up the Avenue. They
will start wandering through the
museums and generously sampl.
ing the local cuisine.
If. all predictions are fulfilled,
these people will be the, first bona
fide Soviet Tourists to come to
America on sightseeing tour.

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HIGHWAY INFORMATION Otis Imbodcn, public relations., director xt the Darien subcom subcom-mitted
mitted subcom-mitted nt tha TnterAmerican Hlffhwav Commission. DOlnts out rjroeress of the road throuah.

rh naHen t.rt nolombia flurins
winners have been on junkets to
New York and Caiuornia,
, Said Adams, "The paper does
thisl for goodwill more than any
thing else. We have been doin
it for the past a years -anu u
costs, about $30,000 a year. The
boys compete so strongly, howev-,
er,' that the boosts in circulation
pay for thef trips, and in addition
the boys, get an idea how the rest
of the world lives.' ;v!''K" E v
. He added: "But the 'goodwill to towards
wards towards the paperis the mainthing.
Many generations of newsboys
grow up and some achieve pro prominence
minence prominence in business and the pro
fessions and they retain their af
fection for the paper."- f 1
Today the group are on a sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing tour of Panama: organised
by Boyd Porthers. They are visit visiting
ing visiting Ihe ruins of Old Panama,
downtown Panama including the
Cathedral, the Golden Arch and
Dossiblv the Presidencia, followed
by a trip to the Canal Zone and
Colon. r
They leave tomorrow adternoon
for Bogota, and then on to all tne
major capitals in South America,
winding up in Port, of Spjin,-Tn-nidad,
before the final tlight home.
And then it's back to the serious
business of selling newspapars
maybe even enough to them to win
a place on the next trip abroad.
Ships Now Safe
To Sail In East
Indonesia Waters
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) i i-The
The i-The Ihdonesian government van.
nounced Friday "that shipping
could be resumed in East Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian waters free from fear of
rebel air attacks.
The announcement followed an
army communique that said Loyi.
alist troops had .captured the reb.
els' air field outside Menado, cap:
ita lof North Celebes. and were
tightening the noose of Menado
itself,

Tou risrs

tn its time, the United States
has received a number of distin.
guished Russian and,' since the
Bolshevik Revolution, Soviet citl.
zens,
In most recent years, the trickle
has become a stream. Over 2,100
Soviet citizens have made trips to
the United States since July, 1955.
The vast majority travelled on
official passports. Some w ere
classed as unofficial visitors but
also came in connection with their
work. A few lew were permitted
by the Soviet government to visit
relatives in the United States, f
s Now the era of real tourism is
about to begin,
The -first groups of sightseeing
Soviets are tentatively schedu'ed
to arrive in New York in August
for. an 11-day excursion which will
take them, in addition to N e w
York, to Washington, Chicago,

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Rebel Yells Pierce Silence
Of- Night-lri- London YeH

LONDON (UPI)-A rebel yell,
not exactly as Stonewall Jackson
would have remembered it, ech.
oed in the still English night.
The Comederate Research Club
was in session, ,
In England? ; '' ?
1 Yes,- chaps You find t hose
Johnny Rebs in the strangest
places these days. And with the
strangest accents.-
An Englishman wearing, a Con.
federate flag button in nis lapel
put me on the trail of the most
ardent group of supporters of the
South outside V the immediate
household of Jefferson Davis. f And;
most of them British right back
to where the legends begin. 1
"We are nearly all partisans of
the rebels,'' said Patrick Court.
ney' secretary of the club.
"Isn't it a bit late to take
sides?" I asked. "There was
some sort of armisitice in 1865.."
. "A war as glorious as hat one
never ends," said Courtney, a
bookseller when he, isn't j hoisting
the Stars and- Bars. v:
: "We :-are dedicated to, keeping
Hi memorv alive." A ...
: "'But why should Englishmen
bother I don't know any club in
the LTnijted States devoted to, say,
your lown civil war-the War of
the Roses"
"It's all due to Lee,'? Courtney
said. 1
'l:','i:f '"; ''jVrfv j
' Before any ; southerners present
raise their hats, he was talking
about another Lee. Spelled
L.EJ.G-H-, first name Vivien.
"It started with the film 'Gone
with the Wind'," Courtney said.
"Some of us were so moved by
the picture "we formed a discus,
sion group which soon grew into
a club .whose aim it. was to' find
out everything possible about Con.
federate activities in England.;, ..!
, "You know the South bought
much of its supplies here,, had its
currency and stamps printed
here, got financial support from
this side, too. We've salvaged

Due To Sfarf

Buffalo and perhaps Detroit.
At an approximate cost of 6,000
rubles ($600 at the, tourist ex.
chanee rateV.; the fortunate 15 to
20 persons in each group will ex.1
plore Manhattan Island from tne
uptown Cloisters to the Battery.
They will inspect the White
House and the various seats ; of
American government in Washing,
ton. Like so many honey mooners
they will make the pilgrimage to
Niagara Falls';-,) ; t.-:'i'f.-f "?"
1 In Chicago the lakefront and the
Loop awaitthe Russians.while De Detroit
troit Detroit may offer them a good look
at America's -automobile produc.
Uon lines. :
- As with Americans in the Soviet
Union, Soviet tourists will not be
able to travel wherever they
p'ease in the United States.- The
State -'-. Department's elaborate
travel restrictions, imposed early

country is safe" 1 Abrchczt Lincoln,

SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1958
s
I
mi
the Fort Clayton service club
many 1 documents- and we are
proud we helped in the search
for the original contract for the
famous,', raider. Alabama: 1 which
was found jit Mohawkin New York
State." t
Courtney interjected editorially
that the Alabama would easily
have beaten the Union warshin
Kearsarge, which sent it down in
the English Channel, if .Napoleon
in nadn t reneged on a promise
to let it undergo, repairs m dry.
dock.
"We re all saving like mad
now," he went on. ,"So we. can
attend some of the centennial
celebrations of the 'war'' which
started in 1860." '..
"In the North?"
Courtney, pointed to his Confed
erate Hag. -
, "In the South,"' said' this yeo.
man of England. JM'm 10Q per
cent KeDei. s , ,
Doggy Victim ;
Of Busted Love
Affair Stranded'
LONPON (UPI) Rickqy- an
Alsatian dog cast adrift in a ken
nel in Southampton becaus a ro romance
mance romance went on the rocks; wait
ed today for a court to determine
his nationality.
The dog, once'shared jointly by
American serviceman Sgt. Otio
Virgin, 29, and Britisher Marga.
ret Perkins, 24, was taken otf the
Queen Elizabeth Thursday before
the liner sailed for New York
Virgin, who was; serving at Man Man-ston
ston Man-ston Air Force base, and Miss Per Perkins
kins Perkins broke- off their romance last
.October and the dog has '.been, a
custody pawn ever since.
Miss Perkins win a court- order
Wenesday restraining Virgin from
taking Rickey out of' the coun
try until the case was settled.

in 1955 in retaliation for thoseiing the lucky candidates is han.

which closed about onetmrd olldled by the trade unions which

the Soviet Union to foreigners
ban the Russians from the states
of Massachusetts, Connecticut,
Rhode Island, Washington, large
parts of Pennsylvania, Indiana,
Ohio, Tennessee, North and South
Dakota, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada,
xexas, laiuorma, aim sections
of other states.
The suggested five-city itinerary
has been worked out in contormi contormi-ty
ty contormi-ty with the restrictions.
Who will, the first Soviet : tour tour-ists
ists tour-ists in America: be? ;
: There are no advertisements in
the Soviet press announcing that
so many p'aces are available for
such and such a junket to this or
that country, The entire business
of informing' people that there is
a possibility of gotn? to America;
l accepting applications, ana select,

n ;.'

Sailor Who
Soloed Atlantic
In Yawl Here
A husky six, footer with a fero.
cious blond beard and dreamy
blue eyes hove into Cristobal YaYc
Club Moorings last week with his
45 ioot yawl WiDdflower. He then
surprised everyone by announcing
casually that he had crossed the
Atlantic in her alone.
'The surprise was Well-founded.
For Peter Tangvald 3j year old
Norwegianborn Los Angelan be believes
lieves believes he has created a record as
the tirst man to saiL such a bie
ya,cht across the Atlantic single.
nanaed. : ; s );,-,
; Design engineer Tangvald de.
cided a year ago to fulfill a teen teenage
age teenage dream he has and go on a
long cruise in his own yacht) With.
out much experience and equip.
pea wun some book-learning a.
bout navigation, he went to Eng
land .and bought the Windflower
on Mersyside. The search for the
right yacht lasted four months.
During this time he visited near.
ly everv seanort in the countrv.
Meanwhile his flaxen.haired wile
Lillemor visited her family in Nor Norway,
way, Norway, planning to stay there and
West Indies.'
The Windflower left Falmouth In
the South of England in October
last year '.bound for Las Palmas
and the start of the Atlantic cross
ing.' For good measure he raced
across with uhe well-known Eng.
lish single-hander Edward Allcard
In? his bea Wanderer. -' ; ;
Says Tangvald "We had a dol.
lar: bet on the race and AUcard
was very cocky.; He si,d.JjeW0u'd
frame the dollar bill in his cabin
when he won. But I beat him by
two days to Antigua so the dol-
, 1 ,n i .
lar oiu u now iiaiaeu in my
cabin.'" v ; :-,':u:i':;-'V'
Lillemer' joined her husband in
Curacao and they are how on their
way back to Los Angeles. With one
step planned for Puerto Vallarto
Mexico. They hope to transit the
Canal this weekend.
Attains' Pop Says
Son's As Square
As A Crick
PROVIDENCE, R. 1. UPI
The father of Sherman Adams,
who runs a parking lot here,'ays
his son is as "square as a brick"
and as "clean as a dollar.'!M
Clyde T, Adams said yester
day 'T know he wouldn't pass out
any inf'uence and Ike Eisenhower
knows he wouldn't. He hasn't done
a damn, thing to injure the gov.
ernment or anyone.
. The 82-yer.old Adams, f who
came here from Vermont s at the
turn of the Century to ake
seven.dollar.a.week job in a pub.
lie market, said he hasn't seen
his son since ; the former New
Hampshire governor took : up his
duties in the White House.
: 'He's as clean as dollar the
elderly man snorted. "That's what
hurts me. He's as sauare as
brick. But you know how things
are in Washington, how politl.
cians v are. A cussed nuisance."
The elderly parent agreed that
his son had made a : misiafee in
acceoting gifts from Boston indus,
trialist Bernard Go'dfine-.: "I guess
he wishes he hadn't done that,"
he said.
-; But he added that "it would be
awful' hard for President Ike to
get a man to fill his place.. And
I'll bet you a good dinner : that
Sherman Adams. will be the first
one in the White House in the
morning." .

US Trip '., In August

receive their instructions from the
Communist Party, v" ';;
The tourists who finally set, off
for New York will be citizens who
can afford the cost and nave a
clean character and work record.
They will not be "avera ge"
Russians nor can one expect to
find many, 1 any, young people
among the pioneer tourists. The
cost a'one, seven-ando ne i half
months' salary "for an "average"
earner, excludes them." f
' The fortunate first will undoubt undoubt-edly
edly undoubt-edly represent a sprinkling of the
Soviet Union's party, government,
scientific, industrial, and artistic
elite.
What are the Soviet tourists
likely to notice and remember of
America? a skyscraper" skyline.
shiny automobiles b u m p e r to

School Board :
; -'Wins ;. Dpknr'

,1 m w wiwy

Till 1960-61

LITTLE ROCK, June 21
day granted suspension of

xhool, where a Negro graduated last month after end ending
ing ending the school under paratroopers' bayonets. ;

federal Judge Harry J;

Rock school board permission to suspend integration ii.
the middle of the 1960-1961 school term "in the pui: :
interest, including the interest of both white end Negn
students at Little Rock" t,

i The order was in answer1 to a petition filed by t!.3 i
school board and heard earlier this; month. The sch:;! i
board asked that integration be suspended., f'
In New York, Thurgood Marshall, aeneral counsel cf

the NAACP said his organization definitely would cppec l
th riillnn .. ,,,, ... i .. t I

.... g. (
' Marshall said that a notice of
appeal would be filed with the
court either today or Monday. He
said the legal procedure involved
will be to tile an application for
a supersedeas which if granted
would suspend operation of the
court order pending appeal. -'
InJVlontgomery,' Ala., Roy Wil Wil-kins
kins Wil-kins executive vice president of
the NAACP, predicted today a
Federal Judge's order granting
suspension m school integration in
Little Rock will be appealed to
nigner courts.
"Thurgood Marshall argued the
case for us," Wilkms said, "and
it is up to him to make a legal
judgment. -
"I'm sure that this decision
comet as disappointment r to
all Americans who btlitve that
integration 'should j proeotd in
orderly : fashion'Ai,';-::;,:,!;
Neither s ehp o 1 superintendent
Virgil Blossom nir Gov.,Orval Fau Fau-bus,
bus, Fau-bus, whose National ; Guardsmen
first prevented Negroes from ent ent-enng
enng ent-enng the school and then were
Federalized to- help integration
were available, for comment im.
mediately. : ?. v y
Lamley, a gravlhaired. 'elclerlv
judge who walks with a cane,' said
"it being in the public interest,' in.
eluding the interest, of both, white
and Negrtf students, that we have
' a peaceful interlude for the per.
iod mentioned, an order is being
entered, permitting the board" to
suspend the operation of its said
(integration) plan ; until such

Strong Steps Urged To !7cl:

. Nine Americans Held By Reds

' WASHINGTON (UPI) Several
congressmen urged the State De
partment yesterday to take what whatever
ever whatever steps in can to obtain he re release
lease release of nine American soldiers
beign held by. Communis East
Germany.
Rep.' Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.)
was among members of Congress
interviewed by United Press Inter
national who said the State Da
partment should speed up ; action
to get the taen released.
He ,flaid he was "not the slight slightest"
est" slightest" concerned that high level ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations might imply recognition
of the Soviet puppet regime in
East Germnay.
"I'm not concerned with diplo diplo-maUc.niceties
maUc.niceties diplo-maUc.niceties at this time,,r Flood
bumper, a super skyway or a
supermarket, the abundance of
consumer goods j
Thy will surely notice these
things. But they will also notice
the big city slums, the separate
facilities for .Negroes in the
South, and the loud' commercial,
ism that pervades so -many areas
of life in the United States.
In the final analysis they may
very well decide, as Soviet con conductor
ductor conductor Kiril Kondrashin' told his
Moscow Radio audience after ap
pearing with pianist Van Cliburn
tn the United States, that what is
best about America are the people
mere.
If-all or even most of the re.
turning tourists' bring this impres.
sion back to their friends, Ameri.
cans .may happily feel that thev
have been pajd the supreme' com.1
fuuieni. v ,(

TEN c :

(UPI)-A Federal iurJas f-
integration at Central H
Lemlev aranted the Lit;':
.
time." ' .'
Central High was integrated un. I
der paratroopers' .bayonets last I
September.' t
Witness for th school boar i
testified that at least 40 fires
were let in Central High lock, i
rs and told of other violence in
the school which handed a dipia.
ma te its first Negro graduafe 1
May 27.. ..
Nine Negroes'-'entereri Centrv
High with the protection of l
Airborne troops from Fort Can. 3,
bell; Ky., ordered there by Presi.
dent Eisenhower. f ; V ;
Ernest Green graduated. Minn!. ;
jean Brown was expelled. The o:Ii.
er seven- were undercUssmen. i
several white students were sus.
pended for anti.Negro actions an?!
then reinstated. Minnijean was in.
volved in five incidents before she
was expelled -several of them
food-throwing affairs in the school
cafeteria.
Lemleys' opinion1 was received
in the: mail loday by Federal clerk
Grady Miller... Lemley, a resident
Of Texarkana, said he Issued the
stop-integration order because ; of
tensiqn and violence in the school'
' Blossom argued in the hearing
of the stop-lngration plea that
it was impossible to students to re.
ceive, a. decent education, in the
tense atmpsphere surrounding Cen
ttil:;',. 7. -';. rC:-s:i,
i; In addition to the fires,; ? there
were;about 3T b0mb threats at the
school and several incidents of
a pushing and food-dumping.
EC2S2
declared. "You'have to fight fira
wun lire.
' Even before Flood spoke out,
Secretary of State "John Kn,tfr
Dulles had said this country woulil
noi s.ana on ceremony to gain
freedom for the Americans. But he
said any talks with the' East Ger Germans
mans Germans -would "not carry any im im-plicationa
plicationa im-plicationa t all of recognition."
"This idea of trying to beat thii
problem by sendinir one unaccom.
panied major in there is ridicu-
lous,"'' Flood said. -'-'The Depart Department
ment Department of Defense should immedi immedi-uately
uately immedi-uately get in touch with whatever
opposite numbers they : have ii
East Germany and sit-down in
any kind of1 conference they want
and meet it head-on.'
Chairman s Richard B.: Rus.mU
(D Ga.) of the Senate Artnott
Services Committee said the Unit-
ed abates has an obligation to get
the men released. "We must pur.
ue it very vigorously, and not
stand altogether on face or e, o
in undertaking to free them."
The Communists said the rum
Americans had been treated a
"guests", rather than f prisoners
since 1 their helicopter s t r a y n d
across the Iron Curtain" and v. .i
forced down two weeks ago;
,, ine unued States contends T i i-sia
sia i-sia is responsible for. swift n n
of allied servicemen who w;" r
into the Soviet zone? under t. ;
of the .four N power occuf .. i
agreements. ;,
But Russia has referred all 1 f..
protests to the East Germnn
ernment. Negotiations, deadly-
early this week over terms 1
agreement drawn up by the (
mumsts lor release of the A,
icans. 1
MONDAY, JUNE 21?
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RAC RELATIONS AT ALBKOOK

Half a Column
More Or Less
' How and Then

Consul tr.l':;i

By CREDE CALHOUN

THE VOLCAN
TRUMPET TOOTS

A truck driver who makes re

gular trips between David and Pa

nama advised against a plan to
drive from this city to El Hato del

Volcan.

Nevertheless, on Black Friday,
June .13, -we left Panama at 5 p.m.

In: a Pontiac sedan. That same

morning a black cat had run a.
cross the street in front of my Mer Mer-cedita.
cedita. Mer-cedita. v
We crossed the Canal at the Mi Mi-raflores
raflores Mi-raflores bridge and were not -de

layed by a ship. Score one on the
Black Friday, black cat supersti superstition.
tion. superstition. We roiled through Arraiian

and Chorrera without mishap and

at 6 p.m. were" In Lapira.
Beiuco. Rio Hato. Anton. Peno

nome gave us no trouble and at 8

n.m. we stopped at uie Agua uui

ce Hotel and,! instead of having

sweet water, we drank "pan liqui

iin" wiui nur sandwiches. y

A lot of work is bems done on

the highway beyond Remedios, but

the going was not Dadmere were

four or five detours wnere ine

iuhwav ha not been' built UD to

, i i mi. i.u 1 : J

ine new oriages. me uu onuses

1 SMS Wee to youT intentions of appealing Tiut- tha
JViSE-? m not advised not to worry about it MOacne. t0 new bridge.

8UCP,"" io.,. the; are. ,- ...... be finished by that time;.

'Su-tamVtouA truly Atoerlcan" pracuce w My watch showed 9.20 when we
r i'JSSF tha Se Soufe, USA" Is that if in conversation cfc fc the Hotel Santiago,
masters of we- uvue wuwi, uo Amerlcan and you refer w. naM ,n .dvnce S3., each for

w .iKur'jflh; Doe. you are lmrnediawiy cor- tw -doubl. roomg btth$: uot

to a Negro uu ; jnm'Doe here Dut inai ifl -1llYB hnt ,n ,Mn,nd. eooL

rted and told that there is no Mr,

there ia wuuu

The little good that can be said
hnut ORttinff tin at 3:30 a. mi with

.m Jntalns eeregated toUet facilities on the Base? ar los; 0f siveJal hours sleep can
tmThlS alverl! other practices of discrinunatlon that are be omftted., We paSsed .only one
JKdw these masters of "Little South, USA" that -are pedestrian tacking across the pla pla-m?aw?rt?
m?aw?rt? pla-m?aw?rt? San &tkl,buA ffJS h" JfJSSSA

iat-tfl'Stoa it would l-.atogMrtlU .

Xmt these Americans that they snouia quiv jf Then it was cat naps ana log un-
Neero to Elac.,?-They should be told that if they m daybreak aDout 6 a.m. The tog
PtS?,raXHlke' p trash, they should re- lowed! us 0iy little and the

eraL CAirC. in this investigation

teu

want to wiiunue acung 1"" Tore appareiiUy legal

tUTJ to b puum ; .. .. U.r fu with hard boiled eees

is fast approaching when JManam . gandwichesnot the best

ham and. eggs. We

road gave us no trouble. We. broke

Moreover, the day is iass w 5-? t with thn state nam M
mk wtU have to lodge a strong protest with the Mate

DenaFtment against these acts of racial mas. i 1 that didn't get coffee untU we reached

. i Jnnl n nfll ri (T KI1H.L UUU11 Ul ,ivuvuv i I ihn Unlnl IU!liinniil A r ft t m in 1 1 a

Nixon, tne u.j u. --TrpTtment accorded these peo-15 -L"' n,,T"B

vid. It was good and rewarding

i pioyeu.. ww.""". :?''

- Call it communism nauuimuo the black cat and Black
r latent trouble in the .dltterenM br th?Amertean because it was now the 140
American .propagandists and what is practiced oyra? auchv.4 Saturdayi ,; iec t
iaclsts.' .i...,.f L Albrook Employe : We (Udn't leave Concept

WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS? )

Sir

The highway is good from TJaV

vid to Concepcion where a punc

ture stopped us at 9:10 a.m. '

That would no be blamed on

the black cat and Black Friday,

14th and

Concepcion un

til 10-a.m.i, and, although the road

is rough, an, hour, later we were in
1' Hata; del Volcan,. There we
Siocked'un oh Balboa td take to

the -ranch, Las Xagunas del,,vol

t
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xLittle Caesar7
By BOB RUARK

" Wi. r ma An moo InnV iiMfirlv BOr-l ran

' "2? a M...UTy.W.am! daylight part of thetrlpwas

6-""" .".riinii n Pn June 17) Class.' one musu uc pieasam, espeiauy umj (ueeve (ueeve-for
for (ueeve-for dames in MJW. MaU B June 10 c f. over mpan4 Hill, past (the
tip In the age group im reierriiig wt mountains that look down on TEl

en0U?, Mppm toV the' Rodman base commander and the Valle etched against the sky. The
Three cers for fn ntoe5e shaggy older girls- (?) counLTyside is deep green flow; tne
hav pastures .re lush and the;; cattle

suuwmi! r; fupir ffid (ijurej,. are lat. mere are Deaum
'JlfKiffisSentotTO and three kids scapes before reachihg the
of concrete highway; that

u w ...v...--- luxurious aiier tne ruugu
JnlnK what ffw withjot ; of Teenage kid er-uafiaished road.

Is that they have girls (I) like M.M.C. ana new isu jRain in the highlands is cold and

19) for mothers, Rnlkv Joe 1 1116 showfers are dreary, The tern.
,. 'i- - per atuTe also falls quickly People
,?,' j . ' x. -1. r from the tropical -sa level be-

OLD TIMES I LULun - come gad gnd feel bIue Tbe best
Sir; "i, y j, ' cure s a; cheerful fire in a fire
, 1 ' -. i x... j. "lUip arm for Pic "nd highball. We had both
nr.n tav Tim 111 before that politics are iur f. .... u ., n ot

itt.tnnx not for me. Panama is a Lat n country, and our juon .VBnhit r

fTtaon aet out Spanish as our mother, tongue, pe ama

i. .ometlme known as Brache, or Calidon a. just say gufldav mornintf w with

20 to 30 years too soon. Anyway I'm proud to ;aw nVtaM in sunshine and with the air washed
like George Westerman md many others holding top positions m cteM by Min visibility was
our Kovernment. tVl. mrinrt. high. The volcano Baru, seemed
! was a Boy Scout, and any Scout can tell -jm i : "W, nearby, rising 9000 feet to our right
ance of a Scout's pledge of loyalty to his flag and his counwy.1 s m sUrted up thc valley of m

have pleasant memories oi .'myumr as i a j ". V Chiriqui Viejo River to Cerro run run-called
called run-called up to the Presidencia by president BelisarioTorras, one of ta This must be one of mosl
r -v : i ....uti wo Khnnfe hands all round, anai . t.,

' Panama s oesv-wt j""" -.Vui-- uutoi. in yicin;nue uiivcb iu j uiu.
were offwed a wine glass with a cherry and something WtteMn Th(j road rung through a high high-It
It high-It It was not till later life that we reailzed thwas pur iirst land f0resrt:t different from the sea
limior t-frw: ;fvi-i:";'.v''i','A- level jungle; beforeUt. starts Jto
" Theii as one of the Three Blind Mice (baseball VmPI"s)tlnrI cUmb. Then ft follows along the
lounra momenta le an hillside far above the river that

,16n amateur leaguein w w r V-mrtable. gusteM m .ine s"gn.u

I just reread "Little Caesar,"
theVclassic gangland story which

is i now bu years oia ana wnicn

was the earliest harbinger of the

Eddie Robinson, Jimmy Cagney,

Humphrey Bogart, George Kan
season of glamorized hobdium hobdium-ism
ism hobdium-ism In- the movies, and I recom.
.mnd tho book as a Drimer.'-

It's been republished toy Pial

Press,: and serves me, at least, as
a reminder that a crook is ; ;a
crook,1 a bum is a bum and a
prolessional violator of 1 the f law

deserves notmng DUb iub iuub
hitch in the clink, the double-crossed
death by his pals and, finally,
a cheap pine box. :d;,:u.:;sv
My iavbrite legal pin-up boy,
Jfudge Sam 'LeibowiU 0 Kings
Countv( Court in N. Y.Piust arriv

ed in the ofints with i "suggestion

that what we need, in addition to

cood 25-cent electric cnair, is

kind of Devil's. Island for habi

tuaU professional crooks. .. v

J'That would be worse thatt the

chair.' the judge said, 'We would

n't torture them, or anyining

like that, but We'd put them where

their friends and the politicians

couldn't see, them. The do-gooders

would holler that it's barbaric, but

that's the surest ure for the pro.

fessional racketeer. Let them work

up an ionest sweat for, their daily

bread.. And cut aown on tne

costrof keeoine them."?

' Judge Leibowiti referred to tne
wold days, when an Al Capone
could have-six telephones in his

iail cell and a 'Joey Fay could re

ceive visits from members of the

Legislature even when doing

time."

: He did not' mention "tha late
and unlamented Serge Rubinstein
in the crib we call the "Country

Club," that rest.cureat te wisburg

ra., or some ot ine oiner ae iuxe

lues which compete witn Maine

Chance Farms as a way to get
away from it all, including the

excess weiguii ui luiiaticiitc,
Frankly. I'd forgotten, in the

fever of all this misunderstood.

youth crime, the precise cruel cal callousness
lousness callousness of the old mob days, when
half a dozen : mobs ran Jie big
cities, until I picked up tha new
version of ''Little Caesar."

Then tne engineerea Killings,
such as with Albert Anastasia and
Willie Moretti, and the horrible a a-eid.blinding;
eid.blinding; a-eid.blinding; of -Victor Reisel the
labor oolumnist, and the swift eli

mination of the human lmpiemens

. .and the likes of Bummy Davis

found in the usual parking iot..tne

prosecution witness pitcnea out oi

the window, me oia-iasmuneu ceiu.

ent sack suit. All -the boohs of
Prohibition suddenly returned in
a burst of memory. "
J Pittsburgh Phil and. before him.

Big Jim Colosimo. capone ana
Cherry Wose and the rest of the"
mob straieht out o Damon Run-

yon except .that they all existed.
They killed on order with tfie desk
fussing neatness f prlssyexecu.

These were hot basically mis.
understood ; 'voots'- from broken

homes, i'Almost .invariably they
were boys from honest, devoutly

religious, peasant immigrant fam.

The fat Sicilian mamas wept,

and the gunmen wept, too, be-

pause they had caused Mama pain.
Papa cursed garlicly and x waved
his arms and lamented the day he

sired a, bum. The toums were good
to their parents.-before whom they
stood in fear and respect.
Then they went out and calmly

chucked a pinapple through a win.
dowv br pulled a St. Valentine's

Day massacre or fingered a riv-

al, or gqueaiea to me ngm cops,
pr engineered a" murder with a girl

friend for bait. Lovely people.: aut

with Tommy.guns rampant on
field of blood and alcohol.

The 'cold cynicism of their mur.
ders and tortures in the "name of

what they regarded as "business"
was' anoalling.

"Fortunately, rival guhs or the
chair or. the rope or finally that
oldest detective, tertiary syphilis,

reaped most ot tnem, ana so re.

lieved the i state of maintenance.
' But we are now builamg a iresn
generation, ahd I am wondering if
Judge .Leibowitz isn't right- when

he suggests a Devil s island, a

criminal's Molokai, for the moral
lepers who afflict us currently.!
A place where they can just
urnrlr ci-ira at aaoh nfhoi onrl

contemplate the ancient truth that
pro essional crime is a real poor

way to earn a living. ; j

High Costs, Security
On Spsce Projects

Pose Tciisli PrcL!:ni

QUANTICO. Va., June 21 (TJPI)

The high cost of space projects
today posed a complicated pro

blem for 200 top military, and civ civilian
ilian civilian officials attending a., confer.

' Defense secretary wen tir mc-;

Elroy warned the delegates tnat
security -' costs will skyrociket"
unless drastic action is taken to

reduce and ; consolidate current

nrnprattm. i.'v-.,.l

, The forthcoming ; size ot tne

space ? budget was discussed ; yes

terday in closed session at the.

three-day 'ecretaries conference'

at this big marine base.. Speakers

were Roy W. Johnson, director of

the Pentagon's Advanced Re
search Projects Agency; and J)r

Herbert F. York, chief scientist
for Air Research Projects Agency

(ARPA).
; The new ARPA has asked con

gress for 520 million, dollars for
space projects during the next 12

months. -.

WELL, YCU CRIFFLED CRETi'.S, can you carry it',

ail? Can you shift that 10 percent pay increase from tha-

precincts cf the Accounting Division, provided f.'r.
O'Leary's cow doesn't kick anything over before the first
pay period in July? Or do you want me to help you witii
a wheelbarrow?
( I'm happy for all 2650 of you that you got it. I'm
happy for any one who gets a raise. Then I can ask therri
what it feels like. There are not too many things you can -find
out in this increasingly complicated world without
asking. ,. r- v
Nature-ioying Lt. William D. Cairns of the 10.1st Air--borne
Division wouldn't have known that was a bi sh sh-master
master sh-master he was toting round the Jungle Warfare Trainins

Center at Ft. Sherman last week if he hadn't asked some

one how they liked his cuto little six-foot boa constrictor.

. Just because no one has been able to ask Catrns.
much about anything since he got his answer, to that ques

tion does not .mean that-the practice of asking questions

is in .disrepute. It s merely in abeyance for a distance of
25 yards iri all directions around Cairns.' ('"
- I guess the principal problems most of you are facing
up to is how to spend the money. It is estimated 1,hat the y
average annual increase, throughout the US civil service,
will be $531, while retroactive pay will average a lump
sum of about $25Qfor ach Federal worker entitled to it-
It's some puzzle to figure what to do with a spara
$531 down here, where a paternalistic Administration
arranges for all the basic comforts of life -4 food, clothing,
shelter, and income tax. -'
. Ah yes, income tax. Well, as I said, its pretty hard
to figure out what to do( with' an extra $400 a -year down
here., .-
' ' '' i
. One way to get some extra mileage out of it would
be to tying it into Panama', where I'm told that according
to government statistics the cost of living has gone down
over, the. past year of two.. Maybe then your $4O0 ;could
buy something like, $450 worth on the other side of th
Fourth of July, but evn. in that favored haven from tha

worm s economic tempests : you will encounter that dis

agreeaDle type of person who writes querulous letter to the
Mail, Box.'or who stands around the Balboa bowling alley,
filling the "flowing bowl and spreading the .preposterous
propaganda that prices have .gone up. in, the commissary.
Everyone .knows that prices could not go up in the com commissary
missary commissary as they have een wedged fast against the f oof
for months, and that's as far as anvthinff can zo'uD'in

the ibOmniissaryt,' j-?X r's.. k-', rfj.d

. In Panama the unbelievers:' uoon beihff informed oi

the drop -officially recorded in the cost of living, inquire in
tones unseemly harsh whether the price pf caviar has
dropped, five cents a ton. and whether Cadillacs are cheap cheaper
er cheaper on condition you buy them by the dozen. What are you

going to say to louts like that? 4.

How then to. spend this $400? Well, You oculd treat

your wife to One dress at one of those downtown stores

which strive so zealously for the custom of th Zona ladiat

who deerr? the commissary ,ware9 too ordinary.,'
Thert -the "question 'wouldrremain, how'tcTeend 'llii
residual $200?' .And to im,agijie that there are people yvho
think John foster Dulles and Sherman Adams have' all

the problems these-days. ., f- "'i

RESCUE .TRAPPED MEN

MOHORO, Japan (UPD Rescue
workers yesterday reached 31 men

traDDed for 44 hours m a nydro.

electric power dam sluiceway. All
were hospitalized and were re.
ported recovering. J ,; 1

Xarifl I H . .1...

Todav I am proud to say l Know sucn ioim j. ar oeiow are attractive nouses,
Gonzalez, Jose D. Bazan and Everardo Duque, So I havp flower and vegetable gardens of
a ri,it nrt t irnnw that no country has such freedom 01 tnq -tired Catial mnlove8 and of res-

. nrui and freedom-of speech as Panama. lidents of this ci-ty

and his fellow aliens write in Panama,, the FBI would run them riour shadeg o grcen gpotted by

i i ','- i r ....(, I natrhe nf nph hlartr earth. rfiS.

As for wno Old wnat m me ami jvuguci u c uiomuv ---- dy. j0r pianung. ine iiower sai sai-that
that sai-that the Americans who did their part so well there, and in pre den, furnish splashes of color.

Tions such disasters, did wnatevertney qm, num "e :-
mot from any desire for published praise. When the Attanto--:.:J1l.-foad t0 Cerro u a

names? Heck, no. Their outfits were mentioned, yes, but there was 0nce in Cerro Punta the distaff

no pattlnK of any individuals oacK. siae oi tne party mirea
t.... tv.. v.o Hm wo ore irninir thrOUSh. we in COiOnllv flmsnp tfarrieiK t Cdnftthia. I

jdior whatever we couia lor me bfh iwiguci ykuuu t.v. nooKeu at some w wo,-.

Uli-L KICP, 1UC II VV.V. .... . t u.q -

lean Red Ltors out oiner areas vi vue repuuuB.mu, vnu some ana tne nara taumuu u
help ' L ' I some good-looking ones: I was es-
ru,n1, f wa. f.-n-timaf' T ttcilr onp IOOK at the KecTCrOSS itl nooisllv intorattsd in th. first de-

i XllVUfSIA 'J- KJ w ... I l.v""J

Mflnr! .nd from them on till my retirement I contriDUtea a aoir cendant -of Albatross, v born -on

lanavear. - tne day l last visitea vannima.

- . m n.i.u ......... -mi. -DA,.l--in nna i ... . . . m

' t rx iPv kuss fiomes irom sonic iuus. -Lunii uc wi"' i ,. w visitea ine nera oi ioraai;us

de las Lagunas, ana

and healthy look

wifih a population of less than 1000, If he never heard of 20 cents- at el Rancho d
ivivm- fitntjwiH. inh nv he'll trv to tell me he's never heard of fnnnrt thpm fat

10,or even 20 used dresses for $3.50, ladies' shoes for as little as ing. There were many new calves
49 bents, men's; suits for $2 and men'u shoes as low as $1,40. Who in growing herd. The Brangus
do you think buys these bargains? The 2fr eents-art-hour f oik, of are black and stocky from, the
An mirrht. nnttt that T bnv them too. sometimes. MspV nnild Aneui nart of their

I During the last war, when a gang of us was doing pick and ancestry, and they have slight
shovel work on the railroad line, a Gringo was sent to-boss us. humps between the shoulders from
Tbe poor fellow picked up a pick rnd started to dig, and why, the three-eighths part of the blood
tv.. miv wn rid in Rhnw me how to use the broadside of the that comes Irom the Indian Bram-

ptck. Another Gringo was so embarrassed he called the fellow a- ha breed. They are immune to
ride to explain to him the details of the Job. ticks and most of the afflictioiw of
But this poor fellow had never seen any $100 salary in his cattle in the tropics, and are thriy-
l'fe. When he was back digglner with us he told me: "Heck man, fog in the Volcan country.
t ,.r.4 rfn viarri inK tiian t.ht where I come from for20 cents I can't leave Volcan without a

an hour 1 gastronomic 'note. Sunday dinner
Then they took him away, and three months later I saw him at the ranch, featured a big ham,
hoisted up on a desk, You wouldn't have believed it was the 20 with arroz rfrijoles.iplatano and
cents-an-hour guy best of all delicious P a n m a
.f ,i would like to tell Russ that from my experlece with orth- peaches. They tasted as good as
cmers and Southerners, the Southerners ijave more guts. Teach they looked and they came from

n t'outnerner sometmng, ana iie u whim ujuub wiw Uu.muu v..-u
nrvian ho no. Hnnn ViPrA h did not know a darn thintt. Chiriaut View River.

i ut thanks to Ginger -orwhoever he can nohold-liiiPWjijyith I Also, we has most palatable
r ---onp back home. j, cheese from the Swiss Colony near

" f.hnw a Nnrtherner snmething. and later he'll do everything the Costa Rican border.

- ran to stick you in the back, presumably for feaf of. you show,- L Next we. go to Boquete where we

'."(..-'".'.'.' i: i snail uavK uic ucai uioiica m iuv

, Gineer Know All. world and fresh strawberries,

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No, no, no, before you say It you couldn't spend

the $200 to buy half A vicuna -coat for any of CoVr;Wil-

liatn E. Potter's top ranktnar assistants, because they'd

look too conspicuous spending their working day stalking
round the' Administration Building like a pitcher cominz

back off the mound at the" end of an jnning, -Wrth hie

jauivev aiunjj uver mis snuuiuer anu;. nis pitunjng arrn..--'

people round the Building would notice this, arid they

are notoriously disposed to ask, quesetion such as: "Are -you
ready to go downufor another cup of coffee?" You can :

count on hearihg that sort Of question ,ln .the Administra

tion Building. . f f.t' d ;

- Maybe you could try and buy a real, Jiye.. vicuna for
the governor. Like him, it dwells on the highest hills avail;
able in its own particular section of Latin America.. How However,
ever, However, some time last week I saw it described as something
between' goat and a, camel, and I have heard it said iri
no less solemn surroundings than the bar of the American
Legion Club at Ft. Amador that the Governor already has
a redundancy of creatures of this ilk around him. This,
surprised me. I had BOt previously heard of anything mor$ ;
zoological round h,ere. than those birds cages up at Sum-i
mit Gardens.

My informant insisted vehemently that there was i
much more comprehensive selection of species' on view
daily in the Administration Building, and you didn't have
to go so far tD see them. v y.
t Naturally, when he told me .that in'the zoo business
the Administration" Building comes ahead 'of either, the the-Bronx
Bronx the-Bronx or Central Park zoos I realized he was speaking ;.
only alphabetically. I think I realize he was. Looking' back

on it, there was rather a curious intonation, in his voice, r

Hmm.

But time's a-wasting, and you still have that $200
td spend. There are conditions under which the acconv
modatingxJudge John : E. Deming of .Balboa,. Magistrate's
Court is prepared, with the cooperation of the Canal Zone
police, to rid you of it $100 at a time, but it would not be
seemly to discuss these'eonditions in such7 an. unfalteringly.

high-minded space as this. Readers of this' section have
their' minds attuned to the., noble, the lofty-spirited,, the

seiTiess pursuix ot ine Tiner xruins, inciuaing'ine miner
of which .Jpuse; has slunk off with the interesting and,;
readable, section of the Sunday paper.

PERCY'S PEEPLES PORTENT this Week seeks torget-

herness that we should be all together in the enjoy-

ment of the current happiness, and so we get back more

or, less to where we started, and to the i

2650 ; r
US Raters whose excellent fortune last week would be

all so happy to share in comradely style, with an assist
from those ,saintly youngsters who draw the white balls
ovt of the cage come 11 o'cl6ck,Saintly? Up to 11.15

p.m., certainly. After that, treacherous samples of all, that
is least trustworthy In the rising generation. Ask anyone
you see tearing up a ticket.. x

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LC.'.rc:., June 21 Alst seves

o clock in the evenicz no one la

' London with fourpence for te'e-

r v-.e caj ceea ever feel lonely.
, ;l'iy cai do what I Hve just d-ne
cUl AiX ECU ni be fanmeiia.

. tt'y grr-ci by a warm, cctofort-ably-vraolstcred
male voice "bid-

ding f.em "Welcome to London!"

Instantly they ire admitted to

that goodly fellowship 6f folk prim primed
ed primed with all that is worth knowing

about the next day'i happenings

in the greatest city m the world.
All night long, and until 11 o' o'clock
clock o'clock next morning, the voice is

waking in that telephonic hinter-

. land, ready to tell of spectacles
like Changing the Guard at Buc Buckingham
kingham Buckingham Palace or on Horse
. Guards Parade, the Bands in the
Parks, the exhibitions and sports.
As I write he has just tipped
: me the news of "La Boheme" at
.' Convent Garden Opera House and
"Uncle Vanya" at Sadler's Wells
Theatre..
There are brand new paintings
at the Royal Academy and post
. impressionist ones lent by- million.
' aire shipowner Stavros Niarchos
at the Tate Gallery, and enough
other attractions to keep me on
the run until the city is a fairy-
- land of floodlights at nightfall.
NEW SERVICE
This is part of Britain's new Te Te-letourist
letourist Te-letourist Telephone Service. If I
dialled a slightly different num number
ber number I could have it all in French,
or in German, too.
My telephone friend, who speaks
en a continuously playing record,

aiso ioia me l wouia be in tune
for the inauguration of the Inter International
national International Clothing Trade Exhibi Exhibition
tion Exhibition at London's Olympia a re-other-is
always throwing open its
- minder that one trade fair or an
doors somewhere in the United

Kingdom on almost every day

pi me year.
' Could there be another country
where one can so easily combine
i business with pleasure? With a
' cunning conjunction of the 'Spe 'Spe-!
! 'Spe-! cial Occasions"! chart of the Brit
. Ish Travel and Holidays Associa Associa-i
i Associa-i tion and the latest official list of
! Britain's Trade Fairs and Exhiki-
tions up and down the country, I
t have evolved a guide on my own
.. for combining joy with the job. .i.
Farmers and their wives come
off particularly well, July is the
' month of' the great, agricultural
shows the "Royal" this year at
Bristol July 1, the Great York Yorkshire
shire Yorkshire Show at Harrogate a week
later, and the Royal Welsh at Ban Ban-J
J Ban-J gor July 21.
Around this time I find the Ca Ca-;
; Ca-; tiada Celebrations on July 1, Vrith
the Canadian Women's Club annu-
1 dinner at the Savoy Hotel, Lon.
don.
r There are, too, the famous an animal
imal animal Henley. Royal Regatta on the
,IUverThames:thff Rifle Cham Championships
pionships Championships 'which bring competors
j, I from all over the Commonwealth
.. J to Bisley, in the country of Sur Sur-rey;
rey; Sur-rey; the National Air Races ia
I the heart of England at Conven Conven-Ijryj
Ijryj Conven-Ijryj and, in Walwa, the Sixth Brit Brit-.
. Brit-. ish Commonwealth Games opened
.by the Duke of Edinburgh, f v

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these

such

f t '-. PERFECT BLEND
Business folk can enjoy
, open-air events alontf with

"bread and butter" nmsinna

"Manchester's British Pair of Indus Indus-try
try Indus-try and :. Commerce starting July
4, the. Fancy Goods Fair at Harrog.

, vuiy mreee uays alter the

1 tltioa Ja!y IT at Clyrcp'a.
Antiques can themselves .be a
perfect blend of pleasure and busi business.
ness. business. Travellers who flock to the
Antique Dealers' Fair at Grosve Grosve-nor,
nor, Grosve-nor, House, London, running
through this week, can follow it up
with the magnificent furniture and
costume exhibition opening in Ju July
ly July int he Royal Pavilion at Brigh Brighton
ton Brighton on the South Coast And a a-round
round a-round this time, what a feast of
other, colorful occasions there is
for lucky people with time on their
hands!
, FAMOUS HOME
To name a few, I would pick
the current open Tennis Champion Championships
ships Championships at Wimbledon near London;
the second and third (out of five)
England and New Zealand; and
tte Open Golf Championships in
Lancashire at the start of July.
July 9 Sir Winston and Lady
Churchill throw open to the public
the grounds of 'Chart well, their
home at .Westerham, in the coun county
ty county of Kent
Printers come Into their ; own
with the big International Print Printing
ing Printing Machinery Trades Exhibition
in July at London's Olympia. But
they and other industrialists can
add to sport a. large pick of mu music
sic music and drama festivals through throughout
out throughout the month.
They range from a Latvian Song
and Dance Festival at the Mid Midland
land Midland city of Leicester to a Festi Festival
val Festival of music in Salisbury Cathe Cathedral,
dral, Cathedral, in the county of Hampshire
which has just celebrated the

700th anniversary of its dedica
tion.

The popularity of the open air
theatre movement, braving our
fickle weather, is evidened at

places as far apart as Scarborough
in the North, Stratford-on Avon
(Shakespeare's birthplace) in the

Midlands, Regent's Park in Lon

don, and Dorking in the South.!

Trade shows languish in August,

but the visitor will find sport, fetes,
tournaments and floreal displays

all through these golden 'days of

nigh summer, and a welcoming

guide as near as the nearest tele
phone on ASK 9211.

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CLOSE-UP During an aircraft and weapons display 'which marked the 183rd anniversary
of the United States Army, visitors and guests had a chance to get a close-up look at this
L-19 fixed-wing aircraft. Helicopters and twin engine planes also were shown in the display
arranged by the Aviation Section, 1st Battle Qtotfp, 20th, Infantry, Fort Kobbe and the UnltK
ed States Army Aviation Detachment, Caribbean.- (U.S. Army Photo) -. -,;.,..;

Homosexuality Not Incurable
Disease Says British Doctor

D!:blo Cetera Club
Vi$il3d Th3 Dysk
Tribos 01 kmk
Members of the Diablo Camera

Club visited the Dyak tribes' of

the state of Sarawak on the north

west coast of Borneo at their
last meeting through the medium

of color slides. W. Donald Thorn

as, a member of the club, ( pre presented
sented presented his personal show of the
land and sea JDyaks. r showing

their generally primitive ,way of

life. His photographic show pre presented
sented presented an : unsual and execellent
picture of these once-fierce people.
The monthly color slid compe competition,
tition, competition, "Faces of Distinction." was

judged during ; the evening, and
the first winners emm the three

competition classes were: Class

AA, Faye C. Minton; class A,

Gertrude Garni; and Class B, R.
E. L. Brown. Each of the three
winners was an excellent charac

ter study. .

Finals plans were announced for
a club photographic field trip to
El Valle in the Republic of Pana-
m f mi V...k T..l M t

farm show, there: nrf, hirv i. m.. -u..: i i..-n

i100?0"'' Laundry Trades Exhl-guesU at the Club Campestre for

NEW YORK1 (UPI)-The estab.
lished medical order is newly at.
tacked because it Keeps right on

insisting that if homosexuality is

riispasn it iii an incurable cus.

aa That lust isn't SO it is a

definite disease and one which

definitely is curable, said the at-

H i Dr. J. A. Hadfield. His

point of attack was the report of
an official medical commission
which looked thoroughly in'o what

has been called "one of the most
pressing social problems of our

. mil rennft.prf t.hat neither its

array of medical witnesses nor

the medical literature nao m m-duced
duced m-duced a single instance of genuine
cure. , t
Not Right Witmstts
Th to pa. nire of that, of course,

U whpt.hpr the disease victim has

been converted to norma! sexual

activity, that is, to neterosexuai.
ity. Hadfield said, in effect, that
the commission just hadnt' looked
deeply enough into the literature
and hadn't called the right medi medical
cal medical i witnesses, Himself,: for in.
stance. r V
. He cited among1 his curea four
iinmnspviials whom he treated.. 30

years ago.. Three' cores have, last lasted
ed lasted to this day. The fourth man
has died, he said, but before he
did his wife sued him for divorce
"for running off with another
woman which, if not the most

riscirahlA outcome, at least con.

firmed the transference of his
feeling from homosexuality ; : to

liatornqoYHftlitv."

Hadfield practices "psychologi.
rsl medicine." which is another

term for psychoanalysis when
used as a medical tool. Like his
col'eagues in this speciality, he
contends that homosexuality IS an

emotional disease whose most re.

mote causes an be traced to

stressful uicidents of infancy.
Cure Through Recall

The cure is in recalling these
foreotten incidents nrt t.hn nor

mitting the victims to understand"

we basis of his neurotic emotions

He scoffed at contentions that
infant experiences cannot be; re.
membered. One of his patients re.
called (in the psycho-analytic pro.
cess) that his own- birth had been
exceedingly difficult, and another

rememoerea navmg felt he was
being suffocated and choked while
at his mother's breast Thi. nrf

of experience ca be a root cause

i me aauu disease, w said.
HadfieM i Knuiish -u .tti,.j

-- o mv avvabACU
tne commission's s. rennrt t : tha

British Medical Association.
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the wartime collaboration .. chief
who had him condemned to "death
for, organizing the free French

iiiuveiuem. retain is buried on lie
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three days, and the activities will

include scheduled nikes to sever

al sjtes of interest in tne vauey.

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' WASHINGTON Sen.' Willism

Knowland (R-Calif.),. after being
asked whether he thinks Sherman
Adams should resign as assistant

to tn msidenti

l think this is something which
the : President '- and Governor
Adams should careuflly i weigh as
to whether Adams has so hurt his

usefulness that it might be harm.

ful to the broad policies which the
President must, carry out in the
remaining two years of his ad

ministration. -WASHINGTON
- President El

sennower, addressing 200 young
delegates to the 28th National i-H

comerence:

"I see no greater problems

aneaa out. greater opportunities
than any feneration has ever

known. I envy you your' youth.

I'd like to start in all over a sain

with you."

NICOSIA. Cvorus Sir Hueh

Foot, goevrnor of Cyprus, appeal,
ing to both Greek and Turkish
Cypriots to accept ; British Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan'i nlan

for the island's future;

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Many, old favorites and' several

collections of famous stones,: which
have been popular with boys and

girls, for several generations, are

included in the list of books plat

ed In circulation by' the -Canal

Zone Library this week.

The library bulletin was devot

ed to juvenile fiction being .made

available as vacation reading a-

mong the Canal Zone Youth.'
Some of the old favorites are in

cluded in the Good Housekeeping's

Best Book of Fun and Monsense

which lists such unforgettable sto stories
ries stories as How the Rhinoceros Got
his Skin, by Rndyard Kipling aad

the New Pup by Booth Tarlang-

ton.; -' iJ-:

In the non-fiction field there Is

The Story of the "Old Colony" of
New Plymouth by S. E. Morlson,

a distinguished author and nisro

rian who has written this book es

pecially for. young people.. ;'

. The names of the new books
and their authors announced by

the Library thi week: i

FICTION: How Peter Cottontail

Got His Name, Burgess Secret;

of the Andes, Clark ; Pillowtime
Tales, De' Groot; Lion, ,DuBois

Mister Penny's Race Horse, Ets;

The. Little Bookroom," Farteon:

Hiawatha, Gridley T;he PuppjT on
Parade, Grilley ;The Puppy who
Chafed the Sun, "Henderson; Minn

of the Mississippi, Holling. ;The
Magic Wagon, Horwich; How the

Rhinoceros Got Ms Skin, Kipling:
Over In the Meadow, Langstaff;

The Tall Book of Mother. Goose,

Mother Goose; Twenty-One Chil
dren, Ormsby.
NON.FICTION: Tonadas del tro.

pico Nino Para Voces Infantiles
y Piano, Brenesi Gaily. We Par.
ade, Brewton; Getting to. Know
Panama, Day; Amelia Earhart,
Garst; Splash, Gates; Betty Croc,
ker's ,Cook Book for Boys and

Girls. General Mills: Good House

keeping's Best Book of. Fun and

Nonsense, Good Housekeeping

Mr. Justice Holmes, Judson wy.
att Earp, Frontier Marshall, Lake
Kate Douglas Wiggin, Mason 101

Best Games for Two, Masters
The Great Gift of tne River,' Mea.
dowcroft The Story of the "Old
Colony" of New Plymouth, Mori.

son Juliette Low, race James

Oglethorpe,- ; Young Defender,
Parks Gifford Pinchot, Place
How to Earn Money, Severn.

REPLACEMENTS: Boats on the
River, Flack Paddle to the Sea,
Holling Seablrd Rabbie Hill Law
son Gordon the Goat, Leaf Story

of Ferdinand Snipp, Snapp, Snurr
and the Red Shoes, Lindman

Finders Keepers,:. Lipklng Lentil,

Theodore Hcuss
Braves Rain For
New York Crowds

NEW YORK (UPI) -West Ger

man President Theodor Heuss re

ceived New York's traditional wel welcome
come welcome Friday a ticker tape pa parade
rade parade up Broadway. I
Because of rain and the fact
that he had a slight cold, the 74-year-old
Heuss was urged to ride
in a close limousine up the route
of heroes. But he ignored the ad advice,
vice, advice, donned a raincoat and black

homburg, and rode past noon-hour

throngs in an open car.

Mary Poppins Comes Back, Tra.

vers; First Book of Baseball, Elt

ing; Story of Clara Barton of the

Red Cross, Nolan; Florence Nigh.

tingale. ;

Radio, TV L,.
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Doctors, Nur:.
WASHINGTON (UTI) -broadcasting
industry hai 1
the use of make-beLeve c
dentists and nurses to ma
pitches on television comn:
The television board of t
tional Association of Eroa.5
Wednesday amended the i
code to bar the use of act.,
such portrayals. Only a
members of the professions :
appear on future commerc:.
Actors had been allowed to :
fear in professional guise if
a b e 1 "a dramatization" 1
flashed on the screen for at 1
10 seconds during the com:
Cial.'
All three national networks i
308 TV stations adhere to x
code.
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use of "subliminal percept;
advertising which, subjeejts a v
er to sales messages without 1
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ASAMA AsSOlws "s.f """"
. The' Board of Directors of the American Society of the
tending as honored fuesls. s .-

Ib addition to Us purpose of
-oitvrSi friendly '.relations

Unc the SncieiV nas a

inembersmp we Pi"; r:

he Urn-ed ? es

.cBUimUncpsnip amu-i i

Ti. in seeping uJS.-i.,-
h K,.r.ipvs En.eita'nment

:ommlttee has asked tho Gwarf

ts o! eacU oi uie siiue
ii.ii.d States to cooperate M send

nomatevipl suitable lor fcecoa-

lak tables evempMymS cn wai"
kna those attending tne Fourth oi
juiy affair will sit at-their home
state's table.- v? ',-,
f The Sail will b forma! and )
Scheduled to get unuerway at 3
V-m-. Corsages are :o he given to
,l. tH flan In, ml hllllntl Ifl

LUC jauica -r --
frhe men. An elaborate fireworks
jdisplay is to take' place during the
levenine. 6Iui!" will be furnishec.

py Lucho Azcarraga ana ui

I Other fealures of the atlalr wilW

Snplude door and tame prizes ana
fa midnight buffet.
Military Engineers .'.

I A gay and festive group left the

Gamboa JJreaging rier inuay
(nirrht shnnrit ih ferryboat. Pres

ident Porras, to celebrate the. 183rd
lanniversary of the U, S. "" Army
irnrrw nf Ehsinaers. Streamers

(ana flnwpn decorated the declr

where tables had been sat up for
the many guests. v .'
r Upon completiqn f the buffet
'dinner, Mrs. J. 'A. Brlgman, pres present
ent present rr Tho sAriptv of. American

Mintarw ; TS'.nffinpsrs. : introducad

the guests at tn Jieaa wwe. ney

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were Governor and Mrs. -William
Pn'.ter: His Excellency M. laou

el Vassfe the 1 Am'oassador of
France and Mrs. Vasse;. tha

rharwp ri'affairs ad interim of ;ne

U.S. Embassy Mr. R. Austin Acly

and Mrs. Acly; u. uov. ana airs
Hugh M. Arnold;- Col and Mrs. V
3. Tate; Capt. and Mrs." J. K
iBatehellor and Mrs. Brigmsn. 1

s'ador Vasse, who was introduced
bv Gdv. Potler, the band played
cT'm i Barahlinir wreck from

Georgia Tech" in honor-of Col,

ana jvitta. Arnota wno wui at
ins soon,-'..-'.-- 'r'-:--" -v-.
- Rwnio Amato's Orchestra prov provided
ided provided dance music as Capt, Can
Neiring piloted the ferry to Bueni
Vis-a on Gatun and back.
The la affawas sponsored
jointly bv the Society of American
Military Engineers and the Ingme
er.Qfficers Wives Club. ;
Ceeif RiybOMrne,, ,. t
Receives Honors '; 4
Cecil Raybourne, son of Mrs.
Fred L. Raybourne of Balboa, has
been elected Secretary of the
Undergraduate B Club at Bradley
University in Peoria, IUfnois.; Kc
...;n tn Ihn navt iphnnl vpr

Will A" MV a
The B Club is an organization of
letter-men at the University. A
graduate of Balboa High School,
Mr. Raybourne1 is V junior a
Bradley this year and is major majoring
ing majoring in physical education. .
Mlse Gladys Stroni ry
Honor Student 1
Miss Gladys Strunit, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hariry Strunz of
Panama, and a freshman at Pine

Manor Junior College,' Welesley,

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mi the Dean's list for the second

semester of the current academic

year.

albea Women's Club
Charitv Carat Crann

I up ki iiu wnmpn I i n i.njr.

ity Card Group will meet at Fort
Amirinr nnnn Taco An Thurcrlav

June 25 at J2;30 for dessert and
1 aam v m r

caras. mri. fiarry i. Mcy, Kirs.
R. S. Sutler.- Mrs. O. C. Culos will

be hostesses, Besetvations t not
laler then Wednesday, can be
made with Mrs. Tacyj Balbna T553
Mrs. Euper. Balboa 4442 or'-Mrs.
W.N C .erchanl, flalbos 33tT.
There will be a.. surprise for those
attending. - -
R-feekah Card Party 4 '

'The Qi-momw Kebekah earn
nartv will ha nn Mnnriav

June 23 at' 12:30 in tbe Wirts Me.

mnria.1 on Bulhna Rnad:' Air tiim.
hers and their friends are invited.

Proceeds will 'go to chanty.
. .Tr"
The For Kebbe
Chapel Choir -!
The 'Fort 'Kobbe chaprl ehnir
will present program of -reii'
ious music in Iho chapel at 8:30
p,m, Wednexdsy. June 25 in hon honor
or honor e-f IA CoUWoyJ A P-own, im imparting
parting imparting choir director. The public
is invited to attend the concert,. -e
Birthday Celebnion
' Johmy Rizzo, son of Mrs. Car.
men Mcllvsine Rjzzo celebrated
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nnt with mtHopt rarlin In hi

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the second o' a fiv.gme cricket

series yesterday,, 'tne. newspaper
sad ? the tinv transistor set was

ordered ny tne nuk'. to 115 msioe

ne nai wmcn s me traojuonai i
headgesr ior the races.

tick aof.f I far incluiiee le thla
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By CAILE CUCAS
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DUELIN (NEA) In a quiet

eighteenth century (haunU-i) S ouse

in Merrwn square, me u.-.i ce ce-signer,
signer, ce-signer, Sybil Conno'ly, is turning
out the fashions which have made
her famous.

It's a far jcry from New York's
teeming, tense Seventh Avenue.
1h this beautiful, clean city with
its masses of misty green W
parks and squares, a designer
can a,nd does set her own pace.
But it still adds up to a full life,
Sybil Connolly is quick to explain.
Yet there's no sign o" tension nn
a smooth with the tradition.

ally love'y Irish complexion iranv
ed by cloud of prematurely gray
hair. - ;
"I do four collections a year,"
she savs. "Two couture and two

boutique. In addition. I'm moder,
nizinf this house, putting in elec.

-tricity and plumbing. I expect to
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live m me a
and use the lower rooms for work,
room and shop. I'm told that this
house once belonged to the Bi.
shop of Ossory and. that, in true Ir,

ish fashion, it
nol y has very
clothes.

s hsun'ed," 5
-ce 1 Sybil C: :

Ct:.r.:te uieas so

"I have yet to meet a man who
likts the chemise," she says. "Ac
tually, what's called the chem;se
has been sround for years in
some form. As for the trapeze, I
think it will be very dilficult to
wear. What looks good in a Paris
collection may not look good at all
in less expensive copies.
Hfy first love is the suit. Next,
my favorite is the long dinner
dress. Ii think a woman should
look dreamy and romantic in the
evening. And nine i li ,s

tail parties, I'm not verv fdnd nf

cocktail clothes," '1

The deslener wnrbs. antirelv in

the fibrica of Ireland. Whn vnn

from the great Irish Air Lines
e stthann.'a tre first thing

yt'ure aware of is tne Deauty o,
"ti e Irish tweeds that are on dis display
play display at the airport. Sybil Connol
ly uses such tweeds in all weights
fiom gossamer to coating. She aL
so uses Irish line-.s ana laees. The
handmade lace-is cro; heted by H
cottage workers iri. Donegal.
Tweeds, too, are woven in cot cottages
tages cottages after the custom that pre.
vailed in the Middle Ages. .
Ureland has just two outstand outstanding
ing outstanding designers. The other is Irene
Gilbert, who a'so lives and works
in Dublin. The future of fashion
in Ireland depends to a great ex extent,
tent, extent, Sybil Connolly thinks, on the
attitude of the young peopled :'"
1 'JI' wish I could impress upon
them." she says, "that designing

is not a glamor job.It's the most!

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..lry cf j- ; : j -,'e
:o:rf to n.e i even n
straight seam!"
" A'i f;r EU Cc'r:- ; t
She got into the bu.-:r.ess rv
if managing a dress ship
Dublin. Today, her cloihes

soia throughout the United
States and W per cent of her work
is done for er-ort

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Where does Menticol come from?

JUDGE E. I. P. TATELMAN, vice-chairman and volunfeep
worker for1 the American Red Cross for over 30 years, was'

honored by the Canal Zone Chapters laafc week for his nian
years of service, He was presented with a f ramd certificate,

signea oy rresjaent Eisennower, ana a 5t year pm. anown
above is B. vl. lSverson, vice-chairman of tha local Chapter,
representing -Gov. W. a,f Potter, making the presentation of
the pin to Judge Tatelman at the Chapter room in" Cristobal.

Also shown is Mrs. Ruth Rubelli, administrative assistant in

..- the Cristobal office.

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s A paraphrase of the old saw,
"a product li without honor in
its own country", can well be ap applied
plied applied to many "made in Pana Panama
ma Panama products.
Too many consumers every
where fall victim ,to their own
sense of snobbism and unthink

ingly except any imported item
as better than a similar article

made in their own country, pern
ans the nhrase "made in En

gland" or "made in U.S.A." exerts
a. eertaln maeical anneal.

; when the economy of the

country is f rowing, i and new

products are beginning to be de developed
veloped developed as in the case of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, this la particularly true.-.
An increasing number of in industries
dustries industries have started up In pa

nama since the end of the war.
one of the newest as a direct re

sult of the Remon-Elsenhower
Treaty which provides that cer certain
tain certain articles could no longer be

manufactured In the Canal Zone,

la Naclonai ouimica. s.a., manu-.

factoring toilet and -beauty pro products.
ducts. products. Nacional Qulmlca, S.A., (Na (National
tional (National Chemicals, roughly trans

lated), was planned by a nrpup
ef Panama businessmen in No November
vember November 1956 shortly before the

treaty went into effect. The pua
nose of the comnany was to ma

nufacture certain articles, chie

flv with an alcohol ease, rorrn

erlv made bv the Industrial tr

boratory at Mt. Hope. They ob obtained
tained obtained the rights to manufacture
in Panama famous old trade
names familiar to thousands of
Isthmians Borymol, Menticol,

pocas, Lavelle Water, St: Thomas

Bav Rum, ana creme Knamooo

-,By-xarefuU preparation..ol the

formulas and constantly mam

talnlng a very high quality con-!
trol, Nacional Qulmlca is keep keeping
ing keeping its customers in the Canal

zone nappy and acquiring new1
ones for other products which It

is adding to its tines now on saie.

strangely, it is reported that

contrabandists still do a small

business, In smuggling Menticol,

Borymoi and Bocas from the
Canal Zone into' Panama, where

local residents still haven't got

the word, that the .product sold

in Panama is one and the same

as the one sold In the Canal

Zone. Theonly difference Is the

English label for the Zone cus
tomer and Spanish for the re
DUbllc. ;

, Nacional Qulmlca operates in

a large building near the pana
ma Railroad f reigthouse and em
ploys around 24 persons, head

ed by Remaido Cordero, graduate
pharmacist of the University of
Panama, who accomplishes his
work In an aircondltioned labo

ratory. '

Although as of now the ma

jority of its products are made

with an alcohol base, Nacional

Qulmlca is already branching w

to the manufacture of other
types of products, such as- its

mentholated inhaler t and Its

creme shamnoo. In fact, the re

porters saw Iteirtaa 'aoe clip' ana

tie in the brightlylighted. sample
shelves outside manager Caltons
office.
According to marketing re research
search research specialist; Franklin Graf
of the A. C. Nielsen Company in
Chicago, the newest addition to
the family of products "Agua
Glacier is as expertly packaged
and presented, as. .any. Stateside
product. Furthermore the after

shave lotion Itself is refreshing

And. the golden, sptu-proof bot

tle of 'Carnaval' perfume is very

wfi;uifB. .fBceni use i. a

baseof expensive essences from

France, is light, floral and Jong

issuing. ,

neir ; products conform very
closely to well-established im

ported brands ef similar nature

imported into the Republic, ae

coramg to jjauon. ..

. Thev are nreud nf the irrenJ

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tance m xne yanaj zone, which
as in the case of most articles

falling Into the hygienic or per

sonal health category, maintains

close cnecK on the duality of ore-

ducts sold. Perlodlo Inspections
of the factory are carried out bv
a representative of- the 1 Canal
Health Office, The ''Salud Publi Publi-ca"
ca" Publi-ca" of the Republic of Panama
also sends an Inspector r from
time to time, and the factory has
received only compliments on the
clean condition ot its equipment
and the neatness -of its env
pjoyees. i
While it contributes to raising

national : economy in providing
employment not previously avail available,
able, available, more this new business

means considerable sums of mo money
ney money can be kept within the couru
try, instead of r olng abroad, ,t0
pay for imported articles

provided, of course, that istlv

mian residents give these excel

lent products a fair trial and

judge for themselves whether or

not tney measure up:
' It's hard to throw of f the un
conscious bias of v manv years
even a commercial one. but Na.

clonal Qulmlca ti counting that

It can- be done in Panama.

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Any girl who has ever traveled In a knit dress knows Just
What a wonderful travel comoanion it is. This firl wears a

two-piece beige knit chemise by Kimberly, It's a crisp blend
ot linen and rayon. There? more fashion news in her box box-type
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By OAYNOR
' N6A Food
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' With a lance over their shoulders
to Mexico, many southwestern As
stuLed green pappers i welcome
tough of excitement. Corn and chi
li powder are part of the- appetjz-J
secret, f:.,.
Southwestern Stuffed Green
i Peppers (Yield: 4 servings)
Slice tops from 6 medium green
peppers. Carefully remove seeds
' ajjet. membranes, Parboil in boiling
water Jo cover and 1-2 teaspoon
salt in a covered saucepan or 3
muniles. Drain; Combing 3. cups
fresh corn, cut oflHlw 'bob, vwith'
I cup diced fresh tomatto.MHaWe.
spoon chopped 1 onion, t itea.
spoons salt, 1-4 teaspoon ground
b ack pepper, 1 teaspoon chili now.'
der, 3 tablesoons flour i and ; 2
tablespoons butler or -margarine.
Cook until slightly thickened, a-,
bout 2 minutes. Spoon into drained
",' By Mrs. Muriel Lawrence
'4bne afternoon Eddie's motfier
received, a visit from her town's
leading socialite. v ? s
Jki they discussed her work on
a local charity drive, Eddie came
clattering down the stairs. His mo.
ther Interrupted her guest tq say
"Go back upstairs- and put your
sweater on.? It's not warm enough
toVgo but in that-thin T-shirt." -Instead
of obeying he ran on out
to a waiting friendj Adn at encc
hit mother lost jier ability to con.
centrate on what her guest was
saying. In the Visitor's eyes she
thought-,he' cotild red: the isame
c6ijtempt she iilt for hersejf nd
her imperfect control of Eddie, v
Even after ther. gurst left her an:
xiety did not subsite. Within ten
minutes self-accusation had ended
in one of hen customary; moods
of depression. $ - '. j
They began when she wasa" lit little
tle little gir, .Then She Used to experi experience,
ence, experience, "the" same sef-flecflsation w
she failed to tell lirr parc -fs Hie
'erfert truth,
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MADDOX
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green peppers. Place in a baking
pas. Bake in a- preheated moder
ate over (3?s degrees r.) 33 min..
utes or until done.
Greon Peppers Sluf.td With;
.'& Cottaia Chattk I Yield tig
; 4 servings)
Slice tops irom 4 medium greep
peppers, carefully remove seeds
ana membranes,. Parboi in boiling
water to cover and 1J? teaspoon
salt in a covered saucepan off 3
minutes. Drain. Combine 2 beaten
eggs-with 1.1.2 cups cottage chee
13 ens curshed curnf.akts, 1 table-
spoon" chopped onion, 1 teaspoon
paprika; 3-4 teaspoon salt, 1-4 tea
spoon ground Alack papper an
146. teasoon garlic powder, Spboijt
Mo parDoilea peppers; Place in
baking pan. Bake, in a pretieate
moderate ovep (350 degrees F.J
4Q minutes ir until filling is set.;,
oueaience orninerwise disappoint
their expecttions. For they were
people. who- never doubted the per,
lection of, their own behavior- and
passed on their pride in it to hfr,
Indeed, Eddie's Grandma ws al,
ways saying to her, "there's no
thing -you'' can't do.".
y Will it help her to know how she
acquired this cruel pride that
punishes her. With depression whent
ever she fails to do the 'TigtitV
thing? i
Mot too much,'rWe don't rcover
from a habit of years simply by
knowing how we acquired it.
To- treat this kind of pride' sue,
cesfully, we -have to become a.
ware of its; operation, jn us right
now, . f i .
' For example, Eddie's mothefr
might 'start noting the immediacy
with which she develops discorage,
ment after any criticism however
s'ight; She might registef the ten.
sion that starts buildjng up in her
the mbment she hears that Eddie's
teacher wan,tl to see her,
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Ana in other apparentlymeaitinj,
less daily exepriences, Lhe can be.
come conscious of the connection
between her pride in always doing
the ; "right" thing-and the self,
accusing discoragement that al always
ways always follows Jier doing a "wrong"
one. i
At' the onset of anxiety, she must
learn to think, "OK, pride. How
have I offended you this time?"
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By ANN HARVEY h'
Twive yearj ago womer
from botn sides ot fourth of
July Avenue organized a club
to further, better underitand underitand-and
and underitand-and friendship, between
the cultural groups that go
to: make up the Isthmian
cotnrnunity. Today, he Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club is a
strong snd deterfnined orga'
nidation bent upon good will
and J good workf oo ; both
sides of the boundary,
' Wast "week Mrs. Enrique
BurreU was presentud the
golden key of office at an
installation 1 ceremony pre pre-ceedlng
ceedlng pre-ceedlng the annual luncheon
at the Tivoli Hotel :, ;
..This highlight of the Club's
activities, was attended by
the first lady of Panama,
Mrs, Mercedes de it.Cuardia,
hono r a r: Wpresidf?njtr Mri;
Craciek Quan, president of
the Commjsisen ,61 Inter-;
Americn Women and most
of the -370 members.
T An' enthuaiestM pnd vin-or.
ou$ Mooorter, t)f Jhe Clulj,
Mrs. JUirrell h behinH hm
eisKit ;v '99r.,M.?ftK active
rhirfn?!. hi rvH-on
numerwi Imnortanf conimH'
ts riirin:thet tim, ias
'ei'i'-.'iji'-wt; i"? .. vie-!
nrpi''nt on ti-e hord of
irrrr!f p.-chalr
n(if tn, ';Wf : '.. p
hi'han"- 1" 'im H Tol'i.
J ""'infinn f niw1y Tih Tih-,
, Tih-, a .iy--v honV. s.'Wr, I
'.; Mrs. liirrll ' chsftr chsftr-man
man chsftr-man f lh Hetiro MsHas Hernan-
The peeling manicure is one
that's far worse than no mani manicure
cure manicure at all. Yet, it. happens to alt
of us at some time. For lack of
attention, a coat of polish tan
start looking tacky in the middle
of the week.4
The truth U that it's impossi impossible
ble impossible to have: manicure- and then
forget it. If you like to wear nail
polish (and who doesn't?), Jypu
must be prepared to give it at
tention ever 'evening:, It's oro
cess that doesn't take long but It
mikes all the difference to a glos,
iy manicure, ?
It involves giving your nails a
coat of clear, colorless sealer ev
ery single evening. Actually, this
is something you can do (' While
you're reading or" watching TV.
It doesn't take long to dry and it
does provide the necessary .. r-ro-
tection. ::V--''J--i-..'::::': -Most
fashion Models art any.
thing but natural beauties," But
they're smart girls. They know
how to play up their assets.
They experiment with make-up
and they practice at it, too, They
ire not afraid to try a new hair
lo or hair coloring. They take ad
vantage of the new cream and
other beauty products. They're
careful about diet and strict about
exercise, every last one el tnem
ha an open mind about beauty
and her own personal looks. They
ere careful to get enough rest
end enough play.
In other words, they are sbie
to create me musion or peauty
adhion
.The dress that says "Ameri "American",
can", "American", ell over is the shirtwaist
dress. Have it in pastel chiffon
for informs! summer evenings.
This summer, every womw
will have t. least one pair of
colored shoes in her wardrobe.
They may hi powered or printed
or striped er in sUd eolor but
they'll set o.'f black linen beautifully.--:
t
Mrfuve linen has a cool look
fori summer, particularly when
it's done in a slim, unadorned
dress. If the mauve is sufficiently
deep, it .will take well tov pale
pink or blue accessores.
A gigantic, overblown, pink silk
rose can turn a plain black linen
sheath into a stunning beauty.

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MRS, ENRIQUE BURRELL U
ican women's oiuo.-fBne nas

pasi eirnt years and nas servea on numerous important committees during that time. Last

ytwrs sne was secpna vice pre&iaenc. i

dez committee and has been the
treasurer-. icr six years, ims
group-is ;respon6iWe for the Hos Hospital
pital Hospital for Mentallj Retarded Chil"
dren. With the help of the Pans,
ma GovernmeiU'and funds raised
through raffle?,, .a new hospiUJ is
pow in the process of being buZilt,
Each year the ladies stage a
Christmas party fof the-children,
"It is harflto say exactly what
each committee has planned for
the forthcoming l;;yeaiv',; s ays
Mrs.: Burrell, "That is until af;er
the board of directors -race. ina1 in
Myi At; that; time eadvehairraam
wm suDmii.ncr report.
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There will, be a .fund;. rsisfn,
campaign, for repairs on: the old,
Peoples Home,' which ,1s:' the re
sponsibility of the Asilo -, convar
Commitiee,5 last "year a -WiVliinif
machine and water; needier -'were
donated to the home, ,v ::
This year two scholarships have
been offered by the Malamho. or;
phanage Commi'tee to provide 1 1-emenlary
emenlary 1-emenlary .schooling for two; littln
girls. Heretofore one scholarship
has been offered,
Other projects of the club are
the Bella Vista Children's Home,
and n orphanage for boys' and
one for older girls, each number numbering
ing numbering about JQO children. ; Outings

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the charming and vivacious president elect: of the Inter -Amer

Been entnusiastic anrt rxtive
will be planned for them and ihey
too. will have lhe usual Christmas
party with gifts,
-i Thei purposed the Cultural, E E-duca.ional
duca.ional E-duca.ional apd Hispltality commit'
tees' like the Cooking Class is to
furthert he' iams of the club for
better understanding and friend
ship among the members; rv- ;
, Cpurses are offered in Spanish,
and other languages, bridge nd
ba.ea painting, Tours nad ou:iii"s
are onjjniro'l tn -vgrioua points ff
interest m tne sine ana panama.
X'ach'-Veaf the" Cultural and E.
ducational Commit ee 'sponsor the
Columbus Day Essay; Consi fqr
pupus 01 me sixm graat in- rann
ma and the canal Zone, The a-.
wards are presented at a recep reception
tion reception given by the Hospi'aly Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, and amended by the wives
of- many' ambassadors accreditee!
to Panama
. i
Besides-
lmr' many activities im
the ciu, Mrs, BurreU Iprfs a
busy life; D'in" t,,i,i "'
her degree in accounting to wlrk
in ine xamijy esis 'iin ;
mian, which is managed by her
two brothers. In the evening she
likes to entertain in i her lovely
home in ,Golf Heights or go danq danq-ing
ing danq-ing with her husband, Enrique,
who is general manager of Alitia Alitia-cenes
cenes Alitia-cenes Martins. He is also ytce

member of the club for the
president of the Sociedad de Eje
cutivoj,, in organization of Pana
, ;, v executives,
iney nave two phiidren. Ritn
,i.-ui oaushler, was Jiig
y?arf tarmvai wueen and renr
. r.:r.v in the recent
ranama week sponsored by Jor
5 :V ; riil III Miami. Mn Rim
rell accompanied her daughter on
Mis- trin and then wen.' on with
her to Havana and Mexico where
, v.v,w?''e invited, by Conrad hil hil-ton
ton hil-ton to participate in the opening
C il'is wo new hotels.
Enrique ; Jr., ia now a studjrit
i. wiHiamsDurg ifcnnical in
s ituto In Pennsylvania, and plaiu
w, uueie -uns.iiu.
Ut the line Of ipor.s, Mrs, Bur Burrell
rell Burrell c si) he considered an excol.
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happens when an American city
girl (Grace Kelly) marries a big
executive (Prince Rainier) and
goes to live in the suburbs (Mo
naco).
Mtr two years of marriage.
one should not De surprised o
find some changes. But in this
tiny principality, the changes havt
been enough to stagger the minds
of the 2,696 Monegasques.
Consider for a moment the roy
al husband. Two years ago,
young Rainier was a shy, taci taciturn,
turn, taciturn, complicated young -man
with in intense interest in racing
cars, his private zoo and his
yacht. :" ,.,;. v v-
Ana now v inis nappy nusoana
has sold hit yacht, give up his
fast cars and seldom visits his
soo sny more.
Instead, he devo.es his time to
affairs of siate, especially a nj.
tional project of a vast under.
ground railway system which wilt
be used oy the coastal trains that
now run right through the realm.
This plan will give Monaco new
land on which to build sn Eden
of ultra modern apartment hous.
es facing the blue Mediterranean.
The prince's shyness has almost
completely ; disappeared. He Is
demonstrative with his wife and
children, and is what one would
exoect of a haoov husband and
fa .her much more than Monaco
ever expected its ruler to be. ;
And if1 Rainier has changes,
Princess Grace has been trans transformed,
formed, transformed, Two years ago she was
a movie actress in the pubiice ye
every moment.,.-As new royalty,
she was aloof, And today, .a ;'
Well, the royal couple lias sold,
their luxurious villa bn the Ri Riviera
viera Riviera because It attracted too ma many
ny many siehl-seers-. They are now
building a small cottage retreat
high on Mont Agel, sway from cu curious
rious curious eyes. ,
Her spti.ude for French has
made it easy to talk with-her
new jubjeCiS. She has taken a
personal interest in social egen.
cies, orphan asylums, the lives
of her people, the Red Cross,
v At leas, one day each week she
is" '.'at home" to the women of- the
nation who come to tea and talk
of the slate, the weather, the
problems of modern living and
th national gar 1 3 of football.
From time to ime rumors rise
about Grace's return to movies.
"Sheer nonsense,'! says a pa.
lace habitue. VShe is perfeclly
happy and much too busy, as wifa
of Prince Rainier and mother of
two children to consider any out out-sir!
sir! out-sir! ae ivity."
- Gract herself says em1 5 ; "m1V
tht the two 'cannot be ':
The Monegasques hav i seen
themselves change, loor af er. two
years since their Prince's map
riage. t
In every home above the man-
tlepiece are two Christmas cards
bearing he Ifouse'.pf GrimahH
arms. These cards are inscribed,
"With all my wishes for your'
baopiness (signed) Grace,".
Palce staff members have re received
ceived received personal gifts from their
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monarch each Christmas. Nobo Nobody
dy Nobody expect; meaningless appearanc appearances
es appearances at state functions from the idl idlers.
ers. idlers. No one tries to make an a p.
pointment at the Palace on Thurs Thursdaysthe
daysthe Thursdaysthe maid's day off when
Grace has the children to o?r
self.

- But. when emergencies arlscj
Monaco is sure their Prince and
Princess will be there.i v
.Politics in this Uttle eounfry
have relaxed, too, in the past tv a
years. Political parties feel free
enough to enter the public arena
and fight for what they want.
In Monaco today, sentiment is i
for a revision of the Principality's
constitution, and the establish,
men; of Financial Court which
would control state funds unt.l .
now under. the sole power ol
Princs Rainier. . .... i
."But," commented s French ob observer,
server, observer, "to jump to the conHu conHu-sion
sion conHu-sion that Rainier faces more d'E d'E-ficul
ficul d'E-ficul ies with his' government is
somewhat premature.. v ?t .
. Everyone agrees that a place
revolution and the proclamation of
s republic in Monaco is not going
U happen tomorrow. The country
would lose too much by such a

Sep. y,; -. -,-
un the other hand, it is poipt- f
ed out that Rainier; Is sublimflt
lacking in political sense. Hn
tendency to play the part of Louis
XIV r.be' newer of life, death
and oanlihment) is considered'
rather ridiculous.," v
All the same, the right of bn-"':
ishment Is no i)tpty threat, al
the turbulent Leoy Docker fi)iin4--
recen ly when she end her mil mil-lionaire
lionaire mil-lionaire husband, Sir. Bern tH.
Docker, were expelled not only
from Monaco but from the throe
French department which cons' i' ;
tue the Cote d'Asur on the Fre( h
Riviera, under a trea y between
France and Monaco.

But regardless of national and
international poll ic, Monaco 'S ;
still a little surprised at how lis ;"
reactions have changed In .wo
years. ,
"Today," said a 77. year old r;
fifth generation Monegasque, "ev
ery one of us would let ourselves

.be cu; up in little pieces for our :

princess. She is more ui 4 pnn- -,
cess than anv of roypl H'od $' I.' t
she has become one of uj a
Monegasque." t '
' And with the Jvrth of a ion,'
Albert, 14 men hs after the bin It t
of a daughter, Caroline. Prim e's ."
Grace has given her new lann ?iv
other very real 'rnon-: vb love
her: an heir to. lhe throne thrt 4
keens Monaco from becoming i"-t
another French department wl h
taxes and military service,

ion
No one can wear a sweater
like an American woan, You'il
see lots of cotton or linen dresses
with matching sweaters this sum
mer. n . ,
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i n Hnnnr I Ir-hnrrnpr InrkftV

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Former ace Juan Franco jockey, Roberto (Bob-

J by) Reid, will be the guest of honor this afternoon at
the President Remon racetrack when a $1,000 seven
j furlong sprint for third series imported thoroug thoroug-;
; thoroug-; breds will be the main event.
hn Wn HesiVnafed thp Roberto (Bob-

. -. i

by) Keid Handicap. isoDoy reiurnea 10 ms nuiuemuu
after obtaining his degree as a medical doctor at the
I Western Reserve University of Ohio.

! Reid more than deserves the ho ho-'nor
'nor ho-'nor on the strength of his perform perform-J
J perform-J ances t the now defunct Juan
Franco oval, where he thrilled the
fans with his many brilliant Tides

i inft th. inner, cirpnrir

' anil ulnars itii. n
.' customers satisfied that he had
"done his best. ,v
' ; Bobby was known to tell owners
on many occasions not to give him

a mount they didn't want nara nara-Tidden
Tidden nara-Tidden because he 'always rode
to win." He is also believed to be
the only former Panamanian joc jockey
key jockey ever to graduate from a uni university,
versity, university, v
;"'. He earned his greatest triumphs
as the regular rider of the t late

Don Antonio Anguizola's stame
which was guided by trainer Hen-
' ittl:i. rrk. ta!j4 AnfTitfvnla.

' White combination reached its
1 peak when the good Chilean horse,
t Okinori, was ridden to an easy vic

tory by Bobby in the 'President

! of the Jtepubuc uassic.
3 Tha i following year, Oklnorl
i dropped a photo decision to tho
i: brilliant Microtia while trying to
: repeat in the President's Clat
sic. The Oklnori-Reld fern will
always be remembered because,
,, win-or-lose, they always gave
I their backers a good run for

i I Yesterday's results and divid-

The contestants in uie race in 'ends:

iF'Pd's honor are not as ciassy as
! pkinori or Microbio but they are
expected to stage a real thriller
'' in -quest of the purse and silver
wp'"'.' which go to the owner of
..the, winner.,!. ;
r. Bacancito, Gazapo, and Gouver-
npnf are the too contenders.Ba-

icancito ,won impressively his last
j time t out, Gazapo disappointed in
'lil. loct 6tort Vint hac nrnvpn on

tereviouS occasions that he is a

,, jeal good runner and should cause
no surprise if he gets back on a

, JMnning beam.
. a .... i.

Sunf air and Gouvernant battled
A Via 1at fnrlnnt nf a si .fiirlnnU

dash to wind up in a deadtieat last

i Sunday; Both. are t expeoted to be
in the thick of the contest again

' Joday,

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Ttamt

Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati

St. Louis

Chicago -Philadelphia-

Los Angeles

W L Pet. GB
33 24 J7
33 n 532 2
32 29 .525 3
2S 27 JO? 4
21 21..500 AVt
30 33 .474
27 31 .444 V
25 35 .417 IV

: TODAY'S GAMES
St Louis at Milwaukee
San Francisco at Philadelphia
(2) v
Los Arigeles at Pittsburgh (2)
Chicago at Cincinnati (2)
Los Angeles 400 200 100-7 13 1
Pittsburgh 002 063 00x11 15 1
Giallombardo, Roebuck (5). Po-

dres (5), Drysdale (6), Erskine

(8), Koufax (8 and Prenatano:

Law, Porterfield 4, Blackburn
(5) Face (6) and Foiles, HaU
(6) WP-Face (2-2). LP Roebuck

(0-1). ,

Chicago 000 100 101-3 12 1
Cincinnati 022 301 Olx 9 15 0

Drott, Elston (4), Nichols 7)
and Neeman; Haddix (5-3) and
Bailey. LP-Drott (3-3). HRS-L6ng
(7), Haddix (1), Dark (3), Nee Neeman
man Neeman (5).
St. Louis 000 200 0002 5 -6
Milwaukee 000 000 1001 1 1
Mizell, Jackson (9), and Sr.th;
Burdette, Conley (9) and Crandail.
WP-Mizell (4-6), LP-Burdette (5 (5-5).
5). (5-5). HR-Mahtilla (4).
San Francisco at Philadelphia
(Postponed rain).

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L Pet.

New York
x-Boston
Detroit
x-Kansas City
Chicago
Washington
Cleveland
Baltimore

GB

31 21 .444

31 31 J00 Vft
30 30 .500 tVi

29 30 .492 9

29 31 .443 m

28 32 .447 10
29 34 .440 11
28 31 .458 II

X-Night game not included
TODAY'S GAMES
New York1 at Detroit
Boston at Kansas City
Washington at Cleveland (2)
(Baltimore at Chicago

Washington rr 220 610 000-11 16 0

Cleveland 000 005 0027 13 f

Ramos, Clevenger (9) and Court
ney: McLish. Ferrarerse. Consta

ble, (4), BeU (7), Mossi (9) and

Brown. WG-Ramos (5-5). LP.Mc

Ush (3-4). HRS. J. Lemon (10),

courcney 9), rower (5).

New York ; 000 000 0000 6 1 1
Detroit 000 100 00x--l 4 (
Maas,'Duren (8) and Berra: La

ry 8-5) and WUson. LP-Maas (4-

6). HRJtaime (7).

Baltimore 000 000 000-fl 2

Chicago lOOOOOOOx 1 4 1
Loes (0-7) and Triandos; Pierce

lo-a; ana juiuar

Boston at Kansas City ; (Night
Game.

Lary 0!an!(s Ycnliecs 1-0
For Tigers' 7th Staiglit

Victory Ovem.L. Chsmps

Dr. ROBERTO REID
handicap are Heroico, Diocese, Ti
ziano, Polo Magnetico and El A-gheila.

Comeback Road for Ed Bouchee
Could Be Smooth Or Rough

Two Lower
Owens Hark

LAWRENCE,' Kans. -(NEA)
Paul Williams' 20.5 lor Kansas

in the Big Eight freshman postal
meet edged Jesse Owens' 24-vear.
old national yearling mark by a
10th of a second.
The muscular little Williams
also won the 100 in :09.5 and the
broad, jump with 'ZS-lOVi. 'Like
the great Owens, Williams is out
of Cleveland O. ; K 6
Stan Levenson of Houston also
wax clocked in :20.5 this spring.

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; PHILADELPHIA (UP1) The
way back for Ed Bouchee could
be smooth from the standpoint of
the opposing dugout, if and when

tne Philadelphia Phillies first
baseman is restored to active
status with the ball club. ;
$ But itvcOuld be barbed, too, and
rough. :
How barbed might be decided
only by the heat of the game,
the tenseness of a particular play,
the sudden flare o f temper, oi

sharp ( repartee jtn. the anything. ;
goes situation in the tight to win.'

Bouchee, his rehabilitation
course finished in a New England
hospital following his morals case

on the West Coast last winter, ir

at the point of return, physically

and mentally.-

The Phils have yet to make

their reinstatement application to
Commissioner Ford Frick. The

commissioner announced he will

weigh all evidence medical.

police and court before he
gives, or denies, the green light

to the ball player. ..

Meets Press
Bouc'nce steeled himself to meet
the press four days ago and said
that mentally, the kinks which
twisted him have disappeared.
He's ready to try his best.
"I expect to take a riding

particularly from out. of own

tans,' Bouchee said in a frame,
honest manner. v
But what of the dugouts, where
jockeys are caustic, where sar.
casm is biting, where a man can
be ripped apart verbally in the
intense desire of the other 1 team
to win?1 1

"It might not rb'e too bad I

but then again u might be very,
very roueh." was the opinion oi

Pee Wee Reese of Lbs Angeles,

emphasizing the ,,very.M
"I'm afraid that some of the

times it will be tough," Pee Wee

continued. 1
"A situation can come up, a
guy is giving i everything he has

to win. he'll sav or do anvthine

nappens every day. There s no

lenmg what might be said. He
might have to take an awful lot.

- Some, May Be Caustic
. "From my standpoint. I'd never

say anything,' and I know there's
a lot of ball players on this, club

wno wouian t. i nope no one

ever does., But some might, in

not, close situation. 7 Reese said.

reewee, as tough a competitor
as baseball has known in : the
past decade, but who helped

smooth v tne way lor JacRie Rt.

binson when Jackie had it rough
breaking in with Brooklyn, add.
ed that some note may be made
of the type of case in the Bouchee

matter. .- -,: v.

NEW YORK, June 21 (UPI) -Frank
Lary pitched his third
straight shutout and Al Kaline
smashed a home run to enable
the Detroit Tigers to defeat the
New York Yankees for the ".se ".seventh
venth ".seventh straight time, 1-0, today.
Lary gave up six hits in extend extending
ing extending his scoreless Siring of inaing

to 28 2-3 but he might have aoi

wound up with his eighth triumph
had it not been for Kaline's bril brilliance
liance brilliance defensively as well as of offensively.
fensively. offensively.
Kaline, who ran his own conse.
cutive hitting streak to 18 games,
not only slammed his seventh hom homer
er homer of the season off ex-teammate
Duke Maas in the fourth inning
but also made a brilliant throw
from right field in the sixth to
nail Maas trying to scoret he tying

run on Mickey Mantle s single.
Maas yielded only, four hits
two by Kaline in pitching his first
game for the Yanks since they ob obtained
tained obtained him in a trade with Kansas
City last Sunday, v
. Southpaw Billy Pierce limited
the Baltimore Orioles to two hits
while pitching the Chicago White
Sox to a 1-0 victory. It marked
the fifth shutout by a White Sox
pitcher in the last seven games'.,
Pierce allowed only a fourth in

ning single by Dick Williams and

a ninth innine single by pinch nit-

ter Al Pilearcik i gating his sixth
win. ;..-. a ji-.:..Vir

Billy Loes. who dropped his se

venth straight game.' permitted

only four hits but his first inning

error paved the way for the only

run of the game. Jim Landig walk.

ed and moved to second on Nellie
Fox's single. Billy Goodman then
rolled back to the mound and when
Loes threw wildly, Landis scored.

The Washington Senators pushed

across all their runs in the first

five innmgs and reliever Tru. Cle

venger halted a ninth-inning rally

to defeat ; the Cleveland Indians,
' mr -t-f--.- -tit.

wasningion eame up wnn six
runs in the fourth to take a 10-0

lead. Clint Courtney's two ruir

homer and Herb Plews'. two run

double were, the key blows in the

frame. Plews nad a pertect day

with three singles, a double anu

a walk.

.Pedro, Ramos was the winner

although Clvcngcr had tn n"il

him out In the ninth when the I.i-

dians scored thei finaLtwo runs

Cal McLi9h' was the loser. Jim
Lemon and Vic Power also hit

homers, li

Boston was at Kansas City fa a

night game.; .' t

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Jockiy

Comment

: c;j
Pool Closes liC3.

lsr Race 8;h Series Imp. 4 Fps. Purse $"0.C)

v 1st RACE Or THE DOUSLE
1 Miss Patience J. Talavera U2x Form indicates ' 3-2
2 x3un , V. Castillo 115 Dangerous contender 2-1
3 Achived J. Rodriguez 115 Failure to date 4-1
Violin Viejo A. Credidio 106 Distance handicaps .. 3-1
5 Elegido .A. Gonzalez 1U2 Usually close up 8-1
6 Amat -M. Hurley 110 Should be retired 4-1
7 Cambrioleur H. GustineS 105 Jockey should help 4-1

"W Irnnur Vr nrs wanfal

disease. He's got a right to tight

nis way DacK irom it. After all
We're all ballnlavpr maV!n

living at li. We'll do anything to
lick the other guy. It's our liveli.
hood, winning. That's w h y it

could be smooth, but at the same

time, pretty rough in spots,"

xteese aoaea.

"I know what a beating Jackie
took," Reese said, i "He really
took it. When I got to know him
better after a couple o years, I
couldn't help wonder how he did

to acore the final run of the frame.

Southpaw Bobby Giallombardo,

just up from Montreal, started his
first Major League game and gave

way in the fifth to Ed KoeDucx,
who was charged with the loss.
Reliever Elroy Face was the win-

ner.'- , V'

Wilnier (Vinegar Bend) MueU
teamed up with Larry Jackson to

lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a

Braves.'-
, Mizell registered his fourth vic victory
tory victory and had a no-hitter until Fe Felix
lix Felix Mantilla homered in the sev seventh.
enth. seventh. He gave way in the ninth,

however, to Jackson, who retired

the last two men. v
The Cincinnati Reds scored both

their runs off Lew Burdette in the
fourth frame, with the, aid of -a
walk, an error by Eddie Mathews

and singles by Don uiasingame

and Gene Green.

Southpaw Harvey Haddix of Cin

cinnati was tagged for three hom

ers but also hit one himseu in a

9-3 victory over Chicago.

Haddix yielded 12 tuts, including

homers by Dale Long,' Alvin Dar

and Cal Neeman. The three horn

ers,' however, i all came with the

bases empty. :

Cincinnati collected 15 : hits.

George Crowe doubled home three

runs in the fourth to Kayo vim.

Rain washed out the game be

tween the Phillies and Giants.

Pool Clotts T:CJ

The Pittsburgh Pirates,; who

feel they., are legitimate National
League pennant threats rallied

for six 'runs in the fifth inning to

day to lick the Los Angeles Dod

gers, 11-7 and climb within, a half-

game, oi secona piace.
Los Angeles got to Pirate start

ef Vern Law foe four runs In the
first inning and led, 6-2, until the
fifth. Pjhch-hitter Gene Baker sin singled
gled singled home the two runs that nut

Pittsburgh ahead, 7-6, and reuev

er Johnny Podres committed i

balk that allowed Roman Mejia

2nd Race 7th, Series Imp. 5 Fas. Purse $1C0.C0
I.J dace ra "rue nAiinie

i ncararo A. Gonzalez 105 Doesn't seem likelv 30-1

2 Lanero J. Jimenez 112 Poor recent races 25-1
3 Teloreo H. .Gustines 108 Has good chance 21
t?T0ry ';'''-' R- Vasquez 110 Returns from layoff m
5 Narval V- Ortega 108 Depends on start ' 2-1
6 Camberwell A. Gonzalez 105 Nothing to recommend 20-l
7 Edith Piaf J. Talavera I05x Depends on start : 20-1
8 Zutphen .... ;,G. Milord 102s Improved in last' 10-1
8 Tony ,. C. Ruiz 115 Usually refuf-a 10-1

5

3rd Race Special Imp.

Fg. Purse $650.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closes 2:00

1 Now Then J. Talavera 106x Would pay off1
2-Ben My Chree R. Vasquez 112 Disappointed in debut'

-vudncieia trusunes 102 Imorov ns steaH v

F. Alvarez -110 Should score here .
A. Vasquez 115 Can be winner too

4 Behader

5 Bright Spur

50-1
25-1
8-1
1,10
L-10

4th Race "H"
, 1 Filon
2 Folletito '
3 Guacamaya
4 Don Pastor
5 Okiland
6 Titita

Natives i Fgs. Purse $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:39

J, Phillips 106 Inconsistent racer '
H. PtyllSx Rider only handicap 's
A. Credidio, 108 Ran well in last J '
J,. Talavera 109x Seems next best
, E. Dario 112 Nothing in months"
H. .Gustines uo Excluded from betting

5-1
3-1
3-5
50-1
XXX

5th

aee "G'V Natives Fgs. Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 3:03

1 Damadura
2 Vilma P
3 Julie
4 Pichoto

5 Nirvana.

Arnold hmi Sets
Courso Record v
Ihan Rein Erases If

Racetrack Tips

. By CONRADO
I Dun Miss Patience
JRory Teloreo

3 Behader (e) Bright Spur ()

4-.Doh Pastor.

5-Juli.
4 Maria Stuardo
7 Embassy'
8 Don Luis ".".'

9 Gazapo (e)

10 Postin

11-Lady Edna

Folletito

Pichoto
Alhaiar (el
Gavilan
Jipi Jape

Heroico (t)

Manuela Pedraza

. Linda Susy

fODAY-ENCANTO-.35-.20
Cameron. Mitchell in
"MONKEY ON MY BACK"
Judy Tyler in '.
"BOP GIRL GOES
CALYPSO"

1MI

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with .Glen Langan
' Alsor '
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with B. Garlrnd

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Spanish Program!
LA MUJER
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- Ana, Luisa Peluffo ..
- '' : Also: .-'
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with Ariadne Welter

VICTORIA',
25c. L 1 15c
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with John Pajine
, .- Also:
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'with Anthony Qulnn

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THE DEVIL'S
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with Henry Fonda

GRAND BLANC. Mich, (UPI)

Arnold Palmer's course record
67 was wiped out Friday when
Torrential rains washed out sec.

ond-round play in the $52,000
Buick Open with just a little over
half of the field having com.

pleted its rounds.

It rained heavily for several

hours : before PGA tournament

supervisor Harvey Raynor called
a halt. There will be 18 boles
Saturday and another 18 Sunday
and Monday, should rain cause

another postponment, another 18

holes will be played Tuesday.

t Bert Weaver and Paul Harney
saw rounds of 68, 69 respectively

go down the dram.

. Tommy Bolt, U. S.,Open cha'm.

oion and leader Thursday with

69. held onto his one stroke

lead with a one.over par 73 for
a total of 142 before the rains

came. Palmer and Bill Casper,

Jr.. were one stroke behind. ,. 1

: Palmer one-putted seven greens

and had five birdies. The top
money winner on the circuit: hit
only one rough and didn't reach

a trap, Jle used 29 putts on tne
round. I i? ,'" '-;. :

"I've only had one good putting
round since I won the Masters,"
Palmer said. "The other night in
the motel here Burke told me I
wasn't putting the way I did in

the Masters.

"He to'd me to widen my
stancer Although I didn't putt
well .Thursday (he had four

bogeys and no birdies) it was just
a question of getting -in the

grove," Palmer said, S :

- "Jerry ; Barber helped 00; He

told me to stop lockmg my

hands.". Palmer said, j

Burke "helped? Palmer win the
Masters.. He., has a dream, three

weeks before the tournament and
in it saw Palmer winning. The

dream was right.

The Dividends

First Race
1 Double Dee $6.00, $4.80
2 Mi Cautiva $4.20 f
, Second Race
-Aviadora .$5 20
2 Emily Mary $
1 First Double: $19.80
, Third Race '
1 Dr.. Bill $3.20

-No place betting.

- v Fourth Race
1 ftapa $7.20, $4.20 .(
,.2 Tligat $5.80 i 1
- Quinlela: 29.80
Fifth Race
1 Domitila (excluded frpm

' betting)
2- -Victoria $26.d0; $3.00
3 Don VltO $2.4tt

1 Sixth Race
'. 1 Sober View $10.00, $3.20
2 Rosier $3.00 ( ' 1
Seventh Race
1 Don Lucho $7.20, $5.40-
2 Empire. Cross $20.00
Second Double:' $28.80
" Eighth Race
1 Pocas Pilchas $3.40r $2.40
2 Bodeg6n $3.20
Quinlela: $6.20
inth Race
lLobo M9.80, $10.00
2- NarciJtico $12.20.
' One-Two: $414.40 ;
Tenth Race 1
.1 Informal $260, $2.20
' 2 Sputnik $2.20
Eleventh Race
1 Srodokan $7.00, $2.20
' 2 Saorlstl $2.20 -

E. Dario 104 --Wide open contest
A. Lourless 105x Depends on start
A. Vasquez 118 Should be runnerup
F. Sanchez 105x Last was excellent -H.-
Gustines 110 Excluded from betting

4-1
, m
1-2
8-3
XXX

4th Race Sfh Series Imp. 8 FgPurse $500.00

1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1-Ornamental St. A.Gonza. 100 Would pay juicy odds

ucyuugiuu ,; t oancnez sr:X Distance handicani

R. Vasquez 113 --Dangerous contender
G. Sanchez 115 Prefers shorter route
H. Gustines 108 Can take it all -J.
Phillips 108 Distance to liking
108 Form indicates

3 Mouche

,4Cercecero

o m. Muardo
6-Chivilingo
7 Alhajar

Pool doles 3:'40

15-1
' 25-1
2-1
8-1
2-1
"32
32

7th Race ; lit Serit Imp. 7 Fgs. Purst $1,000

, ; V 2ml RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 4:10

1 Embassy

2 Melendez
3 King's Park
4 Gavilan
5 Gramilla
6 Double Four

1. 1

8th Race

1 Solito (
2 Sideral
3 Ocean Star1
4 Desiree ,'
5 Don Luis
6 Daniel
7 Jipi japa

1
, 31
.,3,1
S-2
6-1
- 5-2

F. Alvarez 116 -rWas never better
G. Sanchez 116 Could get up now
, B. Aguirre 108 Rates good chance
V. Castillo US Usually close up
H. Gustines 115 Would pay well
R. Vasquez 118 Poor recent races

Natives 6 Fg Purs $375.00 Pool Closes 40
QUINIELA

. J. Phillips 106 -Not good enough -ij
G. Milord 101s-Could be upsetter
4 C. Rufe lis Bad legs hamper
, G. Sanchez 110 Will fight it out
M. Hurley 115 -6hould beat these
B. Aguirre 113 Rates good chance
v J. Talavera I07x Could score again p

10-1
fl-1
25-1
'5-2
4-1
2-1

'nh.RDe dLS,?ri,,J?,Jp- 'Fas-Pue $1,000 Pool Closes J:1S
Dr. R. (Bobby) RtidHandieap ONE TWO'

Is It Too Much To Expect
Champ to Play All Shots?

' By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Joseph

C. Dey, Jr., hs a stock answer
for touring professionals who

complain about the seyery of the
course over which the U n i t e d

States Open Championship is being

played.
Dey,: who, practically runs 'the
works as ex'ecutive-secretary of the

U.S. Gold Association, merely re-

calls the statement of William V.

Fownes when Walter Hagen beef beefed
ed beefed about Pittsburgh Oakmont's
furrowed traps and glassy smooth

greens in 1927.

"Walter," saia rresraent r ownes
of the USGA. "is it too much tc

expect the champion to play ev

ery shot?"

Ben Hogan predicted that the
winnine? total in the year's Open

over Tulsa's Southern Hills would
be 288. Tommy Bolt and Gary
Player were the only ones to beat
that keen .prognostications the
winner with a remarkable 283,

the voune south African wilh 287

Julius Boros was third with 280,

Gene Littler fourth with 290.
VThe trouble with most of to

day's touring pros," says, one" of

beads, is mat tney are not men
tallv conditioned for the O P e n

They are not prepared to play
a course lengthened and tightened

to USGA' uniform championship

playirig conditions'. That's why

Hogan won four Opens. He saw
to it that, he was well acquainted

with the conations and was,rea
dy to wrap four fine rounds .to.
gether.": 'S?'':-

THE BULK OF THE tourins
pras come off wide open courses

ana tnat woum inciuae tne Augur
ta Masters. Some years back, be

foret herd was a tournament 'ev.
ery Thursday, the superior clay,
ers were confined to good ciurs

es and were ready for ; anything

in the Open.
, The USGA's emphasis Is on con
trol of. the balL-.

1 i"Had Southern, Hills been wide

open, a lot of players mi?ht have

equalled Bolt s score without th1

1 Bacancito ;'
2 E1 Agheila?
3 Gouvernant
4 Diocese
5 Heroico
6 Polo Magn.
7 Tlziano
8 Gazapo

H. 'Gustines 113 Has beaten ,' better
E. Dario 100 Not against these
;R. Vasquez no -"-In thick of battle ;;
F. Alvarez 108 Rates fair chance
G. Rivera, 112 Last doesn't count
A A. Credidio 105 -Blazing early speed
H. Ruiz 105 Must go lower
B. Aguirre 118 Hard to beat here

, -3-2
50-1
31
' 8-1
' -3-1
' .3-1
-l
21

10th,Race 2-yrs.-old Imp. Fs. Purse $450.00 v Pool Closes S:9

degree of control Tommy achiev achieved."
ed." achieved." stresses Dey. 1

"Personally I thought the iwind
of from 20 to 25 miles an h o u r

which blew until early Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon had more to do with the

early hieh scores at Southern

Hills than the course," savs Ju

liua Boros. "That made it harrier

to control the QL6 You could

sense the socres comine down!

wnen it suDsioea,

As for; the heat. Boros believes

it was even hotter and certainty
more humid in Dallas, when he
bounced down in front at North.

wood in 1952.

THE OPEN MUST BE taken a-

round -the country and the last

tnree days 01 the second week in

June are the dates. The Open

nas to go to the southwest and
it's hardly unfair to visit that sec section
tion section every six years. Besides', the
USGA can't cqntrol the weather,

and upens have been held in e-

ven more torrid weather in the
north, ,say at Toledo's Inverness.

There wasn't a word of Protest

practice rounds at southern Hnis.

As a matter of fact a number of

the combatants remarked that the

fairways were plenty wide.

southern tuns was nceed. as

the squawkers describe it,- only
to the extent prescribed by the
USGA's championsrin manual. The

Bermuda rough was never more

than lour inches high and two

inches at the edges. But it was
elosely knit grass. real thick and
hard, rewarding the guy who kept
out of it.

FRANK STRANAHAN SAID it

all when he remarked. "W're

supposed to be the 1 best. Why

shouldn't we be asked to play the
best?"

If the prog don't like the Open

conditions,' why do they keep en entering
tering entering it in ever increasing num.

bers? A' record 2,133 entered this

year, J,. ,.m

And, as usual, no: a pep in

the way of grumbling from any
of the leaders.

1 Loberia A. Credidio 105 Would pay off
2 M. Pedraza H. Gustines 112 Dangerous contender
3 Postin R. Vasquez 116 -Seeks third straight
4 Mulchen t G. Sanchez 108 Fractious; has chance
5 Pan Tostado .. F. Alvarez 103 -tttu strong' finish

' 50-1
5-1
EVEN

Uth Race "A-B" N"aHvi 7 Fgs. Purie 15CO.0O Pool Closes
1 Soberano V. Castillo 115 Could score again

,2 Prijolito A. Credidio 108 Always dangerous
3 Linda Susy :. H. Gustines 115 Should be runnerup
4 Lady Edna R. Vasquez 115 -Seems best here

TODAY
toMqrrow,

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Ey HA" RY GRAYSON

i
.; NEW'.YC;- 'C (NF.A) The first
'tiling ViI,.s 1'atnck Soman diJ
i fi- taking command on the. lagers'

was take Tommy Henrica out of
'"the first base coach's box and
plunk him in the-dugout beside
. turn. Willis iludlin, the pitching
coach, sits .on the -other sjde. of
the new manager. s . -, -"
"I've been in baseball too long
to start making. new mistakes,"
jays Big Bill Norman, called up
from the Charleston American As Association
sociation Association farm. "Henrich knows
the hitters, Hudlin knows tiie
pitchers. I'il take good advice un;
til I know my 'way around the A.
, merican League." '.' '''
:' 'Norman, a large Irishman and
t handsome in a rough sort of way,
gives the AL another old-fashioned
i baseball,, character like ,.. Casey
Stengel and r that's good. .There
are altogether too lew of them
these days and nights.
y "I'll tell you- about this' Detroit
1 tiub after 1 have a. good look at
tit," says Norman. I'Until thenA I'll
i watch and listen." ? ;

Norman has met a lot of smart
ibaseball men in 29 years, includ.
dhg Professor Stengel, whom lie
helped win 'at pennant in. Milwau.
fcee, then of the American' Asso.,
ciation, in 1945, He was a Triple
-A outfielder -with a bad arm. (
IN mTlwaWi E, where he had
fc hand in winning three pennamts,
Bill Veeck gave Norman the nick
name, Willie Card. v;
'laid that the St. Louis Cards of
those years played run.sheep-run
baseball." explains Willie Card.
'"Of course, the fact that I'd sit
tip U night playing cards Poker
' through hearts mignt also nave
"I Jjad something- to do with it. There
was no rule against playing cards
via those days,' and in one way it
i .lj- mUi..:.: .......
twas I guua unng. me manage!
'it least knew where his' ballpay.
,rs were." :-;.';;,-" .' v:-'
.jrii.-- '!.? Yl-:.s
Stengel addresses "Willie Card as
Miller High Life, Budweiser' ot
ny other popular brand, at beer,
"Drink lots of it," says Willie
Card, a chain cigaret smoker.
''Quit drinking whiskey when
Veeck took, me to the St. Louis
Browns as coach under Rogers
Hornsby in, ,1952.", f
,', WHEN WILLfE CARD surceed
- ed Jack Tighe, the Boston base.
k hall writers quizzed Ossie Virgil
man, the manager who only a few
dsryseatlier'had sent them up.
When the talk got down 'to disci,
pline, Virgil said) "Why if you go
Oct with Bill, he'll, uy you a
ber." A newspaper head -the
next day read, "Norm,an Buys
brinks."
"So, you see, you' have 1 to be
careful about what you "say,"
.stresses Wijlie Card, 'but I'Jl Keep
saying it."
One of the departed Tighe's
.faults was that he was too blunt
In discussing his own and other
players. There .were casts of re
jtntment. v t .i-
s. BUT WILL4E CARD lmmA
from Casey Stengel,you see,- and
talks baseball in circles ds long
as anyone will isten without tak
Willlr Curdr 41 next month and
deeply appreciative after .such a.
tong wait, ways ne is only now
getting his biggest baseball thrills.
4 "Like sweeping that afternoon
and night double-header, in Bos.
ton,". he beams.
5 "Who wouldn't1 buy drinks after
'breaking in like that? '

- Terror Rcisn 01 "B:by Fete Kelson"
- G-Mn itillcr. To!d In Pichire : ;

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. The itSrama X a .ruthkss .kilkc who, for ihree. blood;
drenched months was songht bv the FBI as Public Enemy;
Number'-One, .Is told with boldness and.. lasting Impact In
' "BA3Y FACT! NELSON,' which opens itv Thursday at the the-Bella
Bella the-Bella Vi.ta .Theatre, throueh United. Artists release. .5
r As "vou may or may not remember, Baby Face replaced
John Pilllnper as the most dangerous and most soueht
after criminal In the U.S. when Big John was killed hv FBI;
agepts.,Not onlv In title did Baby Face renlace Dlllinger,
but in many' other respects he was much more dangerous,
sen!p'ess and ruthless. 1 U
. Starring Jn the films as Babv Face Is Mickey Rooney.
It Is a role made to nrder for him. As the brash, unrelent unrelenting
ing unrelenting hitler that was Babv Face, Rooney brings to the screen
a most realistic characterization Whether he's nulling the
, trigger on a doubl-crosserf sticking, un a 'benk, blasting
., his way out of an TBI trap, or telllnor his irl-f fiend "wife"
how much she means to him, we feel this in iistby Face,
we foret that It's an actor named Mickev Roonev nlav-
Inf this. rt. Others in the cast, all of whom contribute'
to make this one ot the vcr's most intense dramas. Include,
Tarolyn' Jones, Sir Ceiric Hardwieke, Leo Gordon, Anthony
Caruso and John Iloyt, v:
Pon't miss this-exciting and explosive drama, which
onens at your B!t'a Vista theatr-e net Thursday,

EVERYBODY P-U-L-L-L-L!

of A Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry,' Fort Kobbe held a track andXleld meet. The
tug of war was one of the popular events on a program which alse Included relays, shot -put.

discus throws and sprints (U.S.. Army Photo)

Kenosh

as
Makes Its
By JERRY YPEARR
KENOSHA, Wis. (NEA, In
the last three years prolessiona.
baseball scouts lurking ... around
Simmons Field in Kenona : have
signed six youngsters ttf minor
league contracts.-
Ken Knuison, who just went,
with the Boston Red Sox, M the
sixth' B'e ore him were his oU-
. ohaU olayers W
amateur club, the Chiefs. p.
Ken Knutson's vease ert Wu Wu-strates
strates Wu-strates the Kenosha baseball pro pro-that
that pro-that provides completion
for bqys irom their eighth year
on up Ken,a hard,hitting tthird
baseman aiid .the most valuable
th vear's Kenosha
&eam;?w;one;oftheOp.
timist Club's original Little Leagu.
"'AS.i'rfrfi high
All BUli Hiivv -.
school te.mm.tei.,wha won th
third straignt wg ,b-, v;r
pionshim received ; Jheir original
T.ittln tVaeuers.
1 o -Mnvu'ii' tuhirh haa one. oi
vr. r rathnWc hi eh school
umQ in the state, was loaded
... former Little Leaguers. Most
Usha Uttle Lea(?utAlltt. team
which won a three-siai-e ioui",
'mnf .nrl a coMinnal title, in Chi
ten before bowing in national
reeimial competition.
''The scouts are always coming
here," savs Carl Fischbacn, man.
ager of the Chiefs, "because we
bave- enfr something lust a little

To celebrate the 183rd anniversary of the U.S. Army members '"Pfif the Chammons.to-be. For te

Sustain

ed

Little Leaguers Big

(.better than any other city our
size in the state. -v .. :
Kenosha's well.organizod pro.
gram ; provides competition -for:
youngsters through the Little and
Junior .Leagues and hign school
and. amateur ball. Numerous men
give countless hours withjut pay
to make the program a success
Little -and Junior League man.
MOST significant undertone of
the Patterson" ,---Harris, dickering
for a Los. 'Angeles bout' is lue
snubbing of New York as a dead
boxmg town..-.. .with skipper Cus
D'Amato admitting he wants to
fight where Patterson, a native
New Yorker,, can get some press
backing, .. and insisting Texans
will follow Harris quicker to Cal California
ifornia California than the Big City. ;
D'Amato lined up with Al-Weill
even before Rocky Marciano'i re.
tirement. ..when he was the first
to sense that The Vest's feud
with Jim Norris and the IBQ.was
on; the level.'-,,..'.(
But is it ; true that the DA!s
probe, of boxing lii ,NY is keep keeping
ing keeping Weill at. a safetdistance on
the west coast?. .where on a
recent side trip ti Las Vegas he
showed he hasn't changed much much-told
told much-told all the telephone operators
at the Desert Inn that he was
going to give them presents.
Next day Nthey received auto autographed
graphed autographed photos of Rocky. Marcia Marcia-no
no Marcia-no in four different types of
handwriting. . 4
: Comic' Phil Foster, the "Verce
of Brooklyn." can't figure the
moaning in New York: ."O'Malley
take this club away. Soneham
follows. So look what "happens
we're stuck with a winner. ; i
Bill Norman, the hew skipper,
of the Detroit Tigers, got a call
from Yankee publicist (Bob Fishel,
a confrere f old St. Louis Bron
days, v"You know." Fishel as assured
sured assured Willie Card, as, Norman is
known to intimates, ''Casey will
ljelp you.". .''Yeah,' said Nor Nor-man,
man, Nor-man, "I know ol Case-Will help.
.heln beat the, h-- out of Willte
Card.". . fy('Ai-AS--
After his .debut double hender
victories in Boston, Norman visit visited
ed visited the press room at Fenway
Park. .the first visiting manager
ever tq stick hi neck into that
sanctum. . 1
Ralph Houk, ,the "man who
knows Ryne Duren best (managed
him at Denver) was -explaning
the fireballer.relief success: 'He
is tremendously aggressive and
competitive. 'No one's ever, gonna
get .a hit off. me,' he says every
time he steps on the1 mound. .1
got the idea Of him an reliever
by remembering ; my : own days
iu uie xanKees, wnen Joe Page
ws'in Ihe buM pen and doing it
ill with a lirt T'J .... ...
ed Ryne in relief, at Denver U
we a had anyone else to : start
oecause in today's game the fire fireman
man fireman is the most important map

v-. o

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Prog

ram
agers and coaches and members
o baseball organizations,
Not to be overlooked, is the
country, where Salem Central had
one oi the best mgn scnooi learns
in the state this year, Men are at
work there, too, to provide com-
petition at all levels.
: "It's better to have boys steal.
ing second base than hubcaps off
automobiles," they repeat.
Al Weill
on- your pitching staff."
Every time Gil McDougald
changes iniicld positions, he has
to break in a new set oi arm mus.
les. ...
Joe Garagiola's going '"around
knocking s.an Musiai s sinceruv
well, not really. .seems when
Joe was catching against the
Cards one day, Musiai steps into
the batter's, box and asks politely.
"How's the wife and kids.JoeV"
. ."And before I could blurt out
an .answer,", recounts Garagiola,
'Mie guy's around tor third base.".
The football invasion of the Cat Cat-skills
skills Cat-skills (for. a Spalding clinic 1 at
Kutsher's) is hot only drawing
Bud Wilkinson and Eddie Erde Erde-latz.
latz. Erde-latz. .' .but a paid-up enrolle all
the way from Honolulu. ...
Andy Robustelli, the', veteran
all-pro end of the Giants, doesn't
sit around watching his five kids
eat up the salary during the off off-reason.
reason. off-reason. V Besides, his two sport sporting
ing sporting goods stores in Connecticut,
he's branched into real estate.
sells trophies to golf clubs.', .and
now has emerged on theimarketJ
wiih Andy Robustelli TV pizzas
(The kind you heat in a jiffy). V. I
Why keep on with football? . l
'1 like it."., '.-. I
What's with' the health 1 of a
baseball executive who's 1 getthig
as much news space as his team
and players?.
iBelween you'ri'me and HowarJ
Cosell, injury-plagued Indian lire lire-bailer
bailer lire-bailer Herb Score may be in for
a two-year convalescence...
least that's how long it took Ned
Garver to ge over the sanje type j
of arm trouble. .
- r- s i
3TJG17 P.IGG
LA7HGQG
Chooso tho RISE that's
right for you and get
smoothest shave
in V tho time.

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(ti MATERIEL MIX, MASTERS

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Boyd Brothers
Sarks -.
Gutter Rats ':. v.
Aiasier Misses
Remington Rand
Snarks
Blinds ":?.'
35 5
28 12
18. 22
18 22
17 23
17 23
16 24
uveruues
11 29
Boyd Brothers 3 Blinds 1'
The high and mi?li-v Smith Co
ronas sponsored by Boyd Broth-,
ers, were in -a chari able moou
when they dropped in.o the game
cup of the Blinds 52 pins. But alt
er that the charity ceased,' be
cause in the first vio games, the
iBoyd Bro'hers gave the Blinds a

lesson in the ancient art of iseg'the press v tent for the Tourna

ling winning easily
However, the Blinds learned the
lesson well andtur'ned the table
and look,, the last -game by 27
pins. Dropping the. one poini, sti1.!
left the Boyd Brothers in a strung
position in first place, enjoying a
seven game lead. The Boyd broth,
ers had the Moskowitz family
pounding out he lop scores.
Grace scored 548 and Berf 5D5
blinds, Tom Woodyard found -thi
way to a S16 series.
1 v Cutttr Wats 3 Sparks 1
The Gut.eriRats -were slated
and expected to hide in th.eir
holes so as to give the runnerup
Sparks a chance to catch up with
the high and mighty Boyd Broth,
ers. 'But the rodents dished out a
rattv Heal tn the Snarlrs hn 'alr-
mg tnree joints. 10 maKe mat mat-fers
fers mat-fers worse, only three Gulter
Ra's showed up for the games J
but this ,tno. was poison to the
Sparks: The Weavers, Jim and
Carrie carried away 576 and 5(5(!
pins off the lanes and Pierce Ne.v Ne.v-ton
ton Ne.v-ton joiied.' the Weavers with -55t--The
Sparks were able to trap
the rals only once by 9 pins.? In
addition to their good bowling the
Rodents received. 60. pins ,,. bonus
every game and without a bonus
they would have been dead rats
Forrest Case, and Benny the
Bowler' Hays collaborated With
525 and 528 series, but could not
overcome the opposition.-.
, Remington Rand 3 '
V Master Misses 1 v f
The order of the day and the
style of the day was 3 to 1 vef
diets, this was no excc.'ion, Rem Remington
ington Remington Rand 3, Mase,- Misses I.
The office machines gave away
54 pins per game but they car carried
ried carried the load very easily until Ihe
last, game, -.''when'1 the Masters
garnered their lone tally. Each
quintet had two bowlersxlo lash
in .500 or better pins. Remington
Rand :Russ Arnold had 550, and
Bob Jaques 505. For the Mi's Al
Ketree and Gene Cardin carded
511 and 510 series. '.
Snarks 3 Overdue! 1
, t ;.'"'
The Overdues sunk a little deep,
er in the mire of the cellat, when
they dropped three points. They
started out as champs winning
the initial encounter by 5 pins,
but fell back into thci? old habit
of losing and dropped the next
three. However, the lrmtlight was
not on the Overdues losing or the
Snarks winning, but on Jim How Howard
ard Howard who won for himself a plch
for three if a kind scores, ...',
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Pra. l-'Se ; Mei As G 1 En Italy ;
Pui Bolt On His Big Game

Last of two dispatchts en tho
taleriit and tantrums Tommy
Bolt, tho now United Stitts 0-
pem champion. , t
r: By JIMMY BRESL1N'
GRAND BLANC, Mich. (NEAH
Sam Snead put it. best.
"MpIi i swiugi" he 'lrawled.
"What about tha-i Bolt? He hits
i.' flusher than any 9ther human
being. But he's got a, head worse
thin mine." ; r ;
Th:' was in April and those in
men.- of Champions over the fce-1
sort Inrf course at Liski, Vegas
laughed. '. . v '
But .when -Tommu.. 'Bolt, with
that everv-s win-he-s m'1 game
of his, took -''m""-i
Hills and the United States Open
Chsmnionshin in stride anu con.
trolled his flashinc temper -you
saw wnai hneaa mean
"Don't ever say that Tummy,
isn't 1 a big nlayer," ssys Jimmy
Demaret. "He has beaten him himself
self himself oftener than we've beaten
him in the last couple of years."
'' .!,.:'.'..,.' I i,.''V ;.;,.;t''-
:Bol !s record Of broken clubs
and snarling walk otis would
eem o back th.u no. Nov;, with
iBott the Onen chamn'on, the pro
fesinnals hnve eo i''e" that, fit
will bs considerablv different,
"I believe it will." savs Doug
Ford. "The guy certainly can
olay golf. He is every bit as
good as he showed.
j0
A
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Tommy Bolt
Dugan Aycock, pr at the Lex Lex-ington,
ington, Lex-ington, N.C., Country Club, sees
it the same way and that's imnor imnor-tant.
tant. imnor-tant. At this year's Augusta Mas Masters,
ters, Masters, the tall haldinfi Aycock(! who
ran an Army tournament in Italy
in which Bolt, the Gl, played, de de-cided
cided de-cided to have a talk with Tommy,
"We Went over it all.'.' explains!
Aycock, "and Tommy said lo me,
I'm changing.- Do you see my
difference' I told himI did, hut
wan'ed to see mdre of it.- He was
too fine a player and friend to
let go." - -.
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A week later, Bolt sat' in the
'ocker room of the Starmount
Uounlry Club, in Greensbori, N.C.,
watching the- rain which knocked
out the first day's play in : the
Greater Greensboro Open. i
"You can forget the Thundrr
Bolt s;iuff.' he said to a couple of
people talking to him. "I'm going
to do it the right way now."
The "new'l Bolt, as thev ouf it.
still did not pass the big test un.

in ne came up wim tne Dig shot; turn out to be more than just a
of the U.S.- Open--a wood from, victory for Tommy Bol.'s magni magni-'.he
'.he magni-'.he rough on,the i.5th hole of ihelficent gpne. it con'-' b" 'he tour-

il rouna, Aowit all should fc?
different. :

Basically. (Bolt is a Quick crack-lkind

ing, exuberant fellow who has'

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JUMP OFF Arturo Agard (white shirt) of Colon's "Los Gua-

racheros and the USARCARIB School's John Foster strain to
gain the Jump in the opening of the two teams' recent contest
at the Fort Davis Gym, The Guaracheros came out on top of a
73 to 53 "score in the annual classic hetween the best Company
Level team from Army Atlantic and the Colon. Champions. j

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been through it all, the b lr o k
days and the bad breaks, but for
i reason he carried a fair-sized
chip on his shoulder through
the years.,
'This' is wonderful, says Bolt,
ai Grand Blanc for We 50,ffW
Buick Open Invitational, over Ilia
Warwick Hi Is course. "The most
wonderful feeling," he adds and
qn'etly. -i
The U. S.. Open. then, couli
nament that made' his life.
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE 13 FCn CALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-C740
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Automobiles
FOR SALt: Jaguar 2.4, lit.
4 eeors sedanLess thin 6000..
miles. Call 3-6824 Panami.
FOR SALE. f, 951 Volkswagen, -low
' mileage. Phont Cristebal'
2389.'- y ",,-
FOR SALE: One owner. 1953
Pontile Chiefton hya'ramattc, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, other extras S700.
Call S.F.C. Olivtr Ft. Gulick 08 08-75S
75S 08-75S Nome. 08-485 office.
FOR SALE; Oldimobila, 1948,
4 -doer sctfan. hvdramatie. Good
' condition. Call Gatun 463..
: FOR SALE: Late 1956 Cher-,
relet 4 door Bel-Air, ..ww. low
mileage. Eerelfent condition.
Phone 2-3524.; -"'
FOR SALE; Henry J. First clan
condition. Call Balboa 2384 after 1
1:30' p.. : ty'
Hillman Husky 1956 top con
dition, radio, best offer. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-7367,
7367, 3-7367, Mights and Sundays,
1 95 J Ford Victoria hardtop, pink 1
nnd white, radio, power steering;
2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays, 3-
: 7367 nights and Sundays.
FORiALEj-1953 Singor, CelH
Balboa 4370.
FOR SALE 53 Ford ; station
wagon, radio, heater, excellent
condition, many extras, See for
yourself. Navy 2280.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2 door
' sedan., Inspected, duty paid.
' Grott condition, $450.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4119

By DICK KLEINER
' NEW YORK (NEA) What this
country needs,- even more than a
, good five-cent nic is a uniform
yslem of keying LP Jacket edges
to their contents. x
, If ypilr LPs areiined tip on t
jhelf.i they are mostly all. white
tdges .Jind you have to go rum rum-maging
maging rum-maging through them to find what
, you want. Your job would be sim simplified
plified simplified if there was some color key.
For example-all jazz albums
with a blue edge;: all classical a
bums,:" red; all mood music al al-hums,
hums, al-hums, brown: all snoken. records,

blackiUll humor all original cast.
albums, yellow, and any ; owners
. could be white. ?.i' .-:
All Jthose in lavor, aay yippee.
' For tho duration of her rela

tively brief show business career,
' Pal Suzuki hag been consistently
' and regul:rly dis r regarding all
livirs eiven her. It seems to be a

- veH.thousht-oui program, because
ihe's one of the very brightest of
the vonncr slars. Cll T TT-
She's only been singing two and

a half years, ana, of mat ume, ou ou-,
, ou-, ly in 4ne last three or four months
a has anybody outside of Saatllc
ever heard of hei. But, in those
" last three or four rjionths,' wow wow-her
her wow-her Vik album is big, she's been
on several top TV shows, she's set

' for a b ir cart in Rodgers ana
' HammersteinV next season mus
leal, based on "The Flower Drum

' Song." and the sky is apparent,

' the limit. .
It's Preiv good lor a farmer's
daughter from Cressey, Calif.
The 'American born Japanese
girl starred singing, after ?oing
throueh collese as a graphic art
major, but kept ignoring all the
aforementioned advice.
"People told me I had to be
. either a little Oriental butterfly',',
he says, "or eue an Oriental spy
tvoe. l can't oee itner. My onenia

- tion i American, as American as
any tbird-gerieratipn American's.

Pop music is the language of my
celiera.ion. so that s what I cmg

- I must be myself, sing like 1. feel
" r .--'tor what people tell mT'
Pat Is alternately a tiny, bubbly
ga.aai and a serious thinker; In
her gaminish moods," she flings j
her pony tail behind fcer and danc dances
es dances in the street. In her serious
moods, she likes to talk about mu mu-',
', mu-', sic seriously. r
, She thinks the purpose of an en.
Tertainer, particularly a singer, is
'to lay a warm hand on someone
jand bring a moment of happiness
f in n his life." . -t
I She seems to be doing tlmt,' in
' large measure,' wheyer she goes.
. KATE SMITH'S NEW ALBUM
, pn Kapp, aptly called "The Fabub
lous Kate," is unique in the record
jbus'iess. Kate spent three months
' Jmaking it, against the usual time
ef two or three weeks. .,";.'
- i She and Ted Collins, her mana?-

' er, and Dave Kapp wanted this
' !to be a H? one. They used two
' Tn'cp) directors and soma five

r( 'iistrumenlation,
Tom a fmall combo to a big,
4 Dick's Picks: 1 Laurie London
ir'?s (he svrilual road again wi'.n
'"Josliu?" on Capitol. Others:'! 'The
pul cr to XoVe Yoir Johnny Janij
'i 'to iv, "n.atny-O" (ratty Mc
JCormack, Dot); ','Kiss Me" (The
ti Grand i-Bnmdsvick); "J
'l i '-l: YO''" (Aus'ii Cromr,
TmMle); ."The .Yvhinpoarviiir!

Apartments
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-din-'
ing, etcv'Via cspana No., 117
' from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tel. 3 3-1717.
1717. 3-1717. .
w FOR RENT.1 Modern apartment, -2
bedrooms, second floor, iinfur-
niihtdt or semifurnhhed, hot wa
. ter, (arage and maid's room. El
Congrejo "K" St. No. 2 "Sarita"
'apartments call 3-6269.
FOR RENT: Comfortable fur fur-rmhee
rmhee fur-rmhee one bedroom apartment, -Phone
3-5024 Panama.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bed-:
: bed-: room apartment, maid's room fr
service, garage. Justo Aroseme Arosemena
na Arosemena Ave. No. 37-1 1, Informa Informa-'
' Informa-' lion 37th Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental Includes : all ; utilities,
maid service, telephone and 24
hour watchman. -Ask at "Arte y
Decoracion" Store in Edificio
Campo : Alegro on Via Espana
across from Hotel El Panama 1
Hilton. Telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT One bedroom fur-'
. nished apartment in Bella Vista.
; 46-47 2dn Ave. Previously 48th
St)
, Motorcycles ;
FOR SALE: 1942 Harley David Davidson
son Davidson motorcycle $125.00 Upright
piano $125.00. Call Cristobal
2420.

Let Jacket; Edge;
Do Some Work

E'
fat Sotulkl

Kate Smith.
(Ktely Smith, Capiiol); "Block
arty Kock" (Stan Little; Decca);
"It's All Over Town" (Tab Hunt Hunt-ter,
ter, Hunt-ter, Dot); "Tom, Dick and Harry"
(Johnny Oliver, Carlton) "I Flip Flipped
ped Flipped (Gary TexltryRCA).
. Better than ; average releases
featuring male vocalist Jimmie
Rodgers does 'The Number One
Ballads" on Roulet.e; David Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield uncorks his big voice on
London's "David Whitfield Favor
ites : The 'Four Lads' "Four on
the Aisle" has the boys doing
songs from Broadway shows : on
Columbia; Jeff Chandler, on Li Liberty,
berty, Liberty, sings "Warm and Easy";
Perry Como's "Saturday Night
With Mr. C" on RCA is more of
his fine .''letters1.'.' kind of thing.
The, classics, done on a .harm .harm-onica
onica .harm-onica is an interesting idea, at
least when the harmonica is wield wielded
ed wielded by John Sebastian. On Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, he plays some Bach flute son.
atas andit rounds fine. More leg legitimate
itimate legitimate Bach is that produced by
prganlst E. Power Biggs, oppcrat oppcrat-ing
ing oppcrat-ing on a 1720 instrument in Zwollo,
Holland and playing some Baeln
preludes and fugues. This too, is
a Columbia release.
U.S. Lends 125
Million Dollars
To Philippines
WASHINGTON (UPIKThe r.it r.it-ed
ed r.it-ed Stales agreed yesterday to end
the Philinnines uo to 1?5 irfHion
dollars to help that nation out of
i s tinancial crisis and on tow are
new economic development.
President Eisenhower and Fhil.
lipines.President Carlos P. Garcra
swelled out .the' assurance in a
joint communique endin? Garci.i's
three-day mission to Washington.
The agreement called for 75 ni'l
lion dollars in new credit fron the
Export Import iBank. Th,- United
States also agreed to consider
lendins lan amount! noi to e,xc(-pd
50 million dollars" from the for foreign
eign foreign aid program's development
'"n fund. ; ;
Philippine Ambassador Carlos
P. Rojnulo hailed 5he agreement
as "mission accompbshed'! for
r-Nr i .-o went from Washing Washing-tod
tod Washing-tod td Chicago to --continue hi
pwi-week tour of the United
States,. vo 1
C-rcia had requeued about'350
mil"on dollars in long-term loans
over aperiod of several years for i
public works and private Indus.
trial development. But, the com-1
munique said: ,
"In view of the inability of the
United .Jlliites to anticipate ac-
curalely financiaT'availabiinJeS
'id reii ive requirements beyond
the next 12 months, immediate
emphasis was pliced on mceiin?
the initial requirements of the
Philippine pwznm.'l :,t

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INTt'RNAI.. OP. PUBMCACiONtS No. 3

BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRlSON-rtin of July Ave. A 1 St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli Ne. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS LN1DOS 14 Centra Ave.
t'ARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOlSEHOI.D EXCHANGE J. Fee. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 3.1 St. o FAR FAR-MAC1A
MAC1A FAR-MAC1A VANDERJ1S 5 Street No. 33 FARM AO A EL BATLRRO Pirque Lefevre 7 Street FARMAC1A "SAS" Via rorraa lit AOVEDADKS A THIS
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre. - ;

Miscellaneous
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have)
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. I3A-3C TeL 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask... $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES.' CORP.
yi" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: G.E. clothes dryer
$125.00, Maytag wringer wash washer
er washer $50.0P, 100 ft. wire and
lathe fencing : $30.00. Navy
2380.
FOR SALE; 7 ft. Frigiiaire, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 60 cycles. Mahogarly.
ding table. Two button machine)
Outfits, all matching dyes. Belt
backingsetc. Phone 3-5024, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. ',. 'i
FOR SALE: Frigidaire, 60 cycle,
new unit, tables. Call Balboi
2181. t
-FOR SALE: 10 gallon aquarium,
$11.00. 5 gallon aquarium with
light; $7.50. 5 gallon aquarium, )
$6.00."538-B Curundu Heights.
83-2294. 1
NCR accounting-billing machine
with stand, almost new $950.
Including service contract; ad-
ding machine Burroughs 1 0 key
ulectric 18 months old $200;.
diningroom set inc., table, 4
chairs,' Rattan $150; gas stove,
Kenmorc, 1957 model $125;.'
call 2-1891, 2.1895 weekdays,
3-7367 Sundays and-evenings.
FOR SALE: Nine piece ma ma-Jiogany
Jiogany ma-Jiogany diningroom set. Cheap.
Tel. 3-6042.
FOR : SALE: 4 piece modern
sectional livingroom, Lionel
trains., with :. accessories, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons table. Navy 3929.
FOR SALE: 4 Amateur radio
receiver national NC-300. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Phone Curundu
2165.
Business Lunch
k aasat '
Ic Now t-enfnrrKi"
At El Panama
Beginnins Monday, i nuick busi
ness lunch will be featured, by the.
1 Panama Hilton in their Balbca
bat.
Hot open face Sandwiches on on onion
ion onion cattaway rolls, as well as rye
or wnite Dread will be served a
long wiih' daily chafing dish spe
cial from the hot wagon will com
pose mis innovation.,
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
I mine, from the heart, of -.
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern convenience In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: S6 and $8 daily,
' with meals, v
. Cosmopolitan' kitchen
v Horse ridini.
For reservations P. O.
Box. 4459
Manager: BUI and Elenor Jaspers
Miami Excursion
, .Inly 3 to July 7
Price $135.00
Fidanque Travel Service i
International Jewelry
1 55 Central Ave. v
LIFE INSURANCE
, call
, JIMRIUOE
General Agent '
Gibraltar Life Ins., Co.;
for rates vand Information
Tel. Panama 2- 0552 v.'
NEW I
SPEEDL1TE 40
ONLY $2i.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.

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Panama Colon

AGENTS OR." OUR OFriCFS AT 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO T Srr Ne.
Lotlrrv Plan, a TAS4 ZAI.DAOntril Ave'. 45 I.Ol RDI S PHARMACY 182 La Carrarauilla

Houses;
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
two bedroom, livinj-diningroom,
bath, kitchen. U S Army inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Phone 3-5351 or occur. 45th
St, 2-241 Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:' Three months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
' in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For 'information call 3-';
; 3490V.'- v.- ;
FOR RENT.- Modern two story
residence, five bedrooms, hot wa-
ter installation, properly screen screened
ed screened $200.00, No. 39 street San
Francisco, Miguel Hive, phone
48,44 or 3-1130.
FOR RENT: Nicely, furnished
house on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway 10 minutes from they
i city. Ideal for Americans who
like comfort and have children.
Cool location surrounded by lawn,
and trees. Three bedroom with
closets, large living and dining-
room, kitchen with refrigerator, '
gas stove,' hot Wafer, maid's
, quarters, swimming pool, garage,
telephone. Rent $1 50 monthly.
. To responsible party only. Phone
' 3-6202.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed-
rooms, 2 baths, living-dining-:
room, kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
neighborhood,
FOR RENT: -VACATIONERS
bedroom, bath. choisa location,
bus service, reasonable rent by
day, week, month. Breakfast if
desired. Owner former Canal
Zone resident. Write Mrs, Eli-,
' xabeth B. Hynt,, 281 1 leslee
' Lake Drive, North, St. Peters-
burg, 13, Fla. Phone Hemlock
5-4194. .J
Well., folks, thlnes are really
back to normal as constitutional
guarantees were restored early
this week and with it came 4he
uncensored version of the happen
ings during the week of M a y
which wrote a new page in this
joung republic's : history.
The Isthmian populace''
treated to a display of pictures
the local newspapers. pictures
which convey a truly kramatic
impression of those hectic days.;
According to a report publish'
ed in a Spanish language tabloid,
the government-operated .. Santo
Tomas Hospital acquired a laund
ry, reportedly valued at $300,000
for only J35.0C0. 1
The new equipment, it was said
is to replace the one being used by
the hospital .for, the past 25
years. . ( r
The lack of teachers In the pu public
blic public schools Is always a topic for
discussion lust as it .lit factor
of over crowded clasi rooms,
however, a check recently ; in indicated
dicated indicated that about 700 laacherf '.
art unemployed, at present.
' How about that?. .
GRV charged in his column !n
a mid-day. tabloid'thai auijiinistra auijiinistra-tive
tive auijiinistra-tive irresponslbilily was respon.
sibiTe 'for the state bl1 affairs at
the Tocumen National Airport.
The hope is that sm-i effective
Immediate remedial effort be -undertake
In order to better ac accomodate
comodate accomodate those who, must ravol.
, iBelieve 't or noL: A telegram
which .wai supposed. to ,be deliv
cred in the city recently 'Ovik ex exactly
actly exactly seven days getting' to the
person to: whem it was addressed.
Vast Improvement, in '.he tele telegraph
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FOR SALE: 21" RCA-T.V.,
sewine, machine, complete. De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe ironer, '4 h.p. Tilbinf Tilbinf-Arbor
Arbor Tilbinf-Arbor power saw, vacuum clean-,
er cart and attachments, wire
.. (aari.. T....i.(k. iijla aanaia
baby um seat, diaper baf,.
carbed, automatic steriliser, "baby
auto dew. All excellent condition.
No. 10, K. Street El Cangrejo 3-
6526.
FOR .SALE: Peruvian, sterling
eilver. "Seville", pattern. I dpi.
1 inch, plates, 1 dox. goblets, 1 1-t.
t. 1-t. doe. sherbets, water pitcher,
2 candle holders, price $325.00.
Minton China, "Shaftesbury,"
pattern. Service for 6, with I
extra pieces, r Price $64.00.
Phone, Gaton, C. 2. 5-317.
SACRIFICE: Bedroom set consist consisting
ing consisting of king-site Hollywood bed
with jnnerspring mattress, night ;
tables, chest of drawee and dres-'
ser with bench. Dinette set con-
' sisfinf of table, six chair ind
buffet. Maytag, twelve pound, -fully
automatic washer, like new,
. used five months. Phone 3-7149.
FOR SALE: Furniture bedroom,
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
porch. Cable Heights 0305. Sun-
day 11:00 a.m. 4:00 a.m.-'
; Resorts
VHILLIK OrmmlU
V Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa
nama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673,
' Gramlich's furnished beach house,
' Santa Clara, open until July 20th.
Phone Balboa 4319.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo,
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866. ft'
One of the tonics of most dis
cussion these day or during the. pa
week at least is the Single wage
bill. .I,..-. ,
Opinions as to benefit or disad.
vantage of this legislation to both
local rate and U.S. State employe
es have1 been.Tampant. ,
Time and the interpretation' of
this measure will determine its
effectiveness land the amount oi
good or evil that will result from
it.' .'. ,
- Today is. Mrs. Carmen Mitchell
wife of Roy Mitchell of the cap capital's
ital's capital's birthday.
The popular matron has declar declared
ed declared that she will be taking things
asy. No sweat. : .k 1
It Is -said that leaders are born
not made, and one is inclined to
wonder at the amount of truth in
what apperas to be a trite saying.
But daily the hard acts ot life
are cTemonstratlng this becai'se
more often than not, those who
are called upon to 'lead usuailv
defend hoi nly their interests but
also that of a large number of per persons,
sons, persons, and if a battle is successful
then every possible effort is marie
to "get. even" with the leaders.-
Because many socalled leaders
easily capitulate In jirder to pro protect
tect protect their own interests, those who
are not willing to accede are made
to suffer the consequences, i
This of course, eposes the ques question
tion question "hasta cuando?"-
Over on the. Atlantit side Mr.
and Mrs, .Toe Salas, were agaip
visited by the stork, which brought
them their fourth child and the
third boy to boot, t '-
; Congrats 'to the fine couple.
Plans continue to move had
for th Panama Bartndrs and
.0

13 AGFVCIAS

FAR H At I A LOM-
! Boats Cr Mbtors
FOR SALE. 15 feet rough wa,
ter boat and trailer. Balboa 2 2-1518.
1518. 2-1518. House 5850 Diablo.
Lesson
, Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome Romero's
ro's Romero's conversational system. Be Beginner
ginner Beginner and advanced pupils las las-.
. las-. sons. Moming, afternoons and
evenings. 4th of July Avenue.
TI-352 No. 10, in front Quarry
Heights. rx s
Ann Lartin School of Dance pre presents
sents presents Nancy Haynas instructing
classes in beginners and advanced
BATON TWIRLING AND
STRUTTING. Register June 30.
2 to 6 p.m. studio 2nd floor Co Co-celt
celt Co-celt Clubhouse. .'
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial loci la
in Justo Arosemena Ave; No.
,37-11. Opposite Criito Rey
.Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Walters Club all-day fun.packed
picnic at the Balneario Balboa. Balboa.-The
The Balboa.-The maestro himself, that is
Clarence Martin, will bo on hand
with hir big band of re mown
to dispone tho latest In music music-in
in music-in addition to Jabao Jarvit and
his impressive Sonera mica nut.
Mr. and Mrs. Cuthhert Wnrrbii
of Camp Coiner, had themselves
a wedding anniversary on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
It was their 25th crystal.
Gloria George of the eanital wax
reciptent this week of ; birthday
congras irom her n u m e r o u
friends.'. The o'cr-nsion wm Tues-
day and she did take things .in
stride.
f: Late, but many ; happy returns,
Grin and Bear It:, A little Jioy
whose parents insisted every night
that .he ask the Almighty to bless
and help each member of the
family, wondered one. nfght why
his folks were so insistent in de
manding that he pray in this man manner,
ner, manner, y i ..!'
One nfght father than Jecltlni
the proscribed ritual he simply
said, "Lord, after all of this, you
had be ter take verv pood care of
yourself because should anvthinn
happen t0 you, boy we would all
be sunk", s

0O1)Q" DGOO DO G0bC
1 I, 1 I" ' " 1
'.. come and join lis .:;'; :, ;
; ;":" WE; ARE IIAMNG FUN '
REDUGN
- THE FOLLOWING COODS 1
Oneida Community Silver Plate i .. . 25 off
Chests of Rogers 181. Flatware . 4 25 off
Finest Brand Watches J. up to 50 off
Diamond Watclies . . , ; , up to 33 off
'Silver Plate ilolloware :. ; ; ; : : :vv .Vr;. . v v; 25 off
Sterling Silver Holloware : ; . 25 off
Sterling Jewelry t ... up to 50 off
s Compacts, Imitation Jewelry I . t . up to 50 off
Trend China . I . 25 off
s Cultured Pearl Necklaces , 25 off
. .' " i. '
THIS PARTY WILLyLAST ONLY A FEW DAYS
, Come Early to Find the Best Selection
. Jewellers
V; : iCentral Avenu
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ALCCM2LICS ANONYMOUS
CXAWES "A." DIAILO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: Radiators, spar
parts for cars, trucks, electrical,
plumbing fixtures, refrigerators,
heavy equipment parte and many
others at "SUPUDORA ; CON CONTINENTAL".
TINENTAL". CONTINENTAL". Central Ave. 12. 12.-179
179 12.-179 V 13 Street.
, Rattan Furniture repaired and
reflnished. Completely new wrap.
B'n(, guarantied workmanship.
t Also repair all kinds of basket
, chairs. "Jimmy" shop. Opposite
Hotel Roosevelt. A
Position Wanted
. WANTED." Springer Spaniel dog
to mat with our lady, Stud fa
or choice of litter. Call Kelly lal lal-boa
boa lal-boa 2813.
WANTED? An experienced ac accountant
countant accountant to work With establish established.
ed. established. U.S. firm. Send application
with photograph to LMC, apar-.
tado 3031, Panama.
, Thought for Today: "Our pray.
era snouid be for -blessings in gen
eral, tor God knows best what is
best for us. V (Socrates).
ANTI SECESSION r-P-I SUNDAY
Anti-Recession Bid
By Small Town
Nets $2 Million .
. RIDGEFIELD, N.J. (UPI)-An
antirecession project launched by
this ; community less than ; two
weeks ago has produced two mil million
lion million dollars in pledges for imme
diate plant expansion and home
Improyements. '
: Under the project, known as the
Rldgefield Five Per Cent Plan.
plant and home owners pledge to
spend immediately for repairs and
improvements five per cent of
their property value; retailera and
ueaierai in service pieage 1,0 re.
duce' prices five per cent, and
renters pledge to spend five per
cent of their annual earnings on
durable goods.
Samuel Rubin, author of the
plan, said Thursday "the fact hat
a. mere handful of comparatively
small manufacturers have pledged
to spend immediately upwards of
two million dollars in this fashion
is most encouraging. What Ridge,
field has done can be done by
community after, community
across the country i and this .wifi
make the recession only a me.
mory."

Opportunity for bookkeeping
machine operator (female) with
an American firm. Will also fill
in as typist and general clerk. -Mutt
speak and write Spanish
end Engliih. High school graduate
minimum educational require require-;
; require-; ment. Require I re 2 years ex experience
perience experience in offke work. Will
train right person. Write giving
full particulars, to Bos Operator
134 Panama, ',

SERVICES
-minrt car wash $1, eres
cleaning of motor $5, waxing f t
car S6. Auto-Bano, Trans-tttf
mian Highway near Sears. ,
. TELEVISION SERVICI u
SERVICE CALL $3.50
Radio, Hi-Fi. On the spot repair
r your set back in your home in v
24 hours. All service guaranteed.
U.S. .trained .technicians. Craw Craw-ford
ford Craw-ford Agencies, Phon 2-1905.
Tivoli Avtnu 1S20.
CAMERA REPAIRS.4 All makes,
all work guaranteed. CALL HA HATERS
TERS HATERS 103' Colon; 8057 7th
Street, wr M ; v:f v
TELEVISION SERVICE
, .Quality parts ;j ..
' :
.. Prompt service
- ..fair prices ., .,
; . Honor parts waranty ...
i . Boston-Miami' Technicians.
30 year in electroriics 1
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE, ON
! PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
: TV. Panama 2-31 42. ? : ;:- -;
''."' ''.;-..-..-r, M:. x-k. r' viiLi.i ?
. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS ENGINE PARTS
' FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., June 27. 1958. in the of-
fie of Superintendent, Store-
hous Branch, Balboa, far Engin
Parts: Brigqi and Strattion, Lau Lau-sen,
sen, Lau-sen, Budfa, Chrysler, Hercules, In International,
ternational, International, LeRoi, Wisconsin and
Waukesha. Invitation No. S-58-,
414 may be obtained from office
ef Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1086. (
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Beautiful corner let
1600 squar mtrs, Urbanixa-
,eion Obarrio, btwn 50th tr
"and 'Santuario.. For Infarmatioit
call 1-6233 o 1-4568.
Do you' want to buy er sell pro property
perty property or lots in La Cumbr r
It surroundings? Contact La H- :
cienda from 4 p.m. on at th
Trans Isthmian Highway or
phon Panama 3-4853.
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By ELIZABETH KITTREDGE PARKER ;

' A string of tiny pearls attrac attracted
ted attracted piy-attention. Look, Charlie
look at this string of pearls!. I
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turned to go, '.' ,;- ;- ;
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tired, dear?" he asked. ,.'
. "Oh, no, of course not. I'm very
. happy with my darling necklace

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tired." ,'; ? -, .-- '.r -
We climbed the steps again and
kept on until we came to Avenida
Central.1 There was a church on
the corner. '' v- ;
"This is the Church of La Mci
ced," Charlie told me. "The 'say
that the painting of the Virgin in
this chapel has heu!.ng powers. I'
was originally in a church of the
same name in old, Panama In
bringing it to the new city, after
the sack of the old by Morgan
the men carrying it became so
the church was built right here."
tired When they" had reached, this
spot that they stopped Ao rest, so
' "Are there many other legend?
jn connection with the old city?"
": "Oh, yes. There's the golden a)
lar about, a block away. Cone on
it's worth seeing."
-We soon came to the Church ol
San Jose. Standing in the doot

way, weMooKed insicie. a gorgt
ous-altar, reaching almost to the
ceiling, dominated tne opposite
wall.ilt was elaborately carvcu
and covered entirely with, gold,
'There are various stories about
this." Charlie explained. "Proba
bly the best known is that when
Morgan and his army were an
proaching the old city, the priests
were m a quandary about now
to save this "valuable altar. They
had hidden most of the other pre
Cious articles but this was too big
to hide.1 So finally, they whitewash
ed it, and Morgan, not realizing
its value, passed it by.Mter me
sacking ol the city, the auar uis
appeared. Later on was round
on the Island ot X a o o g a .and
brought to the new-city.
We continued down the avenue
Soon Charlie paused before the
rums ol another church.
"Notice that flat arch," he said,
"There's an interesting story about
this; too. When they were building
it, it kept tumbling down, for they
were Unfamiliar with the principle
of construction, of the tared. At
last, the priest in charge k n e 1 1
under the arch. which had been
built again,' and prayed, 'Dear
Lord, if this arch is unacceptable
to Thee, let it fall on Thy unwor unwor-thy
thy unwor-thy servant.' But it didn't fall and
has been standing ever s
That's one reason it was decided
to build the Canal in Panama. E
vidently, this is outside the earth
quake zone." i -1 -'
We resumed our walk and
came to tl bay at the tip of the
peninsula on which the city lies.
Along the shore were more ruins
"That's the old prison Chinqui.
There are tales of dungeons : and
horrible .torture. Lean over- the
wall, dear, and lnnk drfwn near
the water level. :The tide Is low
now and you can see the ; ring
in the lower part of the sea" wan,
Here, the unruly prisoners w e r ?
tied and left to be f slowly engulf
ea oy ,tne rising tide.
I looked down and shivered.
well, said Charlie as he mo
tioned for a passing coche to stop.
"It's almost train time. We'd be
ter be on our way."
Just as he was about to
a woman's voice" behind
"Suerte?she caUed.
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Signal Corps I'.bsscgss Bounce
Cif Sun, Havajos, Moon

Story by SFC BOB GROOVER
... Photos by U. S. Army ... ..
The U js.'.Army,. 98 yev's agu
yesterday, tried out a "secret: wea weapon"
pon" weapon" against the rebellious' Nava, Nava,-jo
jo Nava,-jo Indians. It was nothing j nwre
strtling tnan sending Al'jrse coue
messages by flashing mu'rors in
the sen ano using flag signals. j
But this was the bu'Lh of, a new
branch of the aimed fotcei the
Army- Signal Corps. sr i :
Ytsttraay the corps which to
day bouncas i$ signals f. the
moon markod'i fhe anniversary
with an open house in all its in installations
stallations installations around the world.
The Signal ; Corps' anniversary
GETTING OFFI C I A L MES
SAGES from the one office or
headquarters to another is the
job of the Signal message ten
ten Dozens of runs are made
each day, including i dispatches
from the Pacific' to the Atlantic
side and back again.

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THE REPAIR anj installation of telephone lines requires 1 the
services of trained workmen and that's exactly what Signal
corpsmen of today are. They graduate from such highly rated
communications schools as Fort Monmouth, N.J., and Fort Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Ga. m!, f , v . I

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SHOOTING OUND-ON-FILM iff inactivity begun ht the USARCARIB Signal pictorial division durlnp the past year. For the the-most
most the-most part, the film is used to depict activities-of persons and units of the command on television stations bac hUome. Cut many
special and news events have been so filmed and used on, CFN-TV.'"'

date is almost as vague as the

first experiments. The Army Al Almanac
manac Almanac 'snows the first "visual sig
naling" was used in the Navajo
campaign. ..... .. ...
The first man designated as a
"Signal officer" was appointed
June 27, 1860. .He was. Albert J.
Myer,; an Army surgeon ana in inventor,
ventor, inventor, otherwise unidentified as
to rank and background.
It was not .until March 3, ipw,
that "a. separate branch o. me
Army" was authorized by Con
gress. The Signal corps, says
Almanac: "then consisted of less
than 100 officers and enlisted men.
"During the Civil War,'! accord-
ing to tne Almanac i"
Corps made what was then consi considered
dered considered extensive use of the tele
graph for military : purposes uy
building some 15,000 miles of line,
r in -World War II -the- Signal
Corps strung about 250,000 miles
a month.
The USARCARIB Signil Sec
tion, headed by Co!. Walter A.
Kneyse,..is responsible for the
vasf network of communications
that'liriks the command with tho
Pentagon and provides such o o-car
car o-car services as telephone exchange-
oit both the Pacific and;
Atlantic sides, two radio broad
east antennae and two television
channels for the Caribbean. For Forces
ces Forces Network, i microwave trans transmitters
mitters transmitters providing both fides with
telephone, radio and television
fatilities, a military police net,
and communications facilities in
mobile vans for field use.
A reat many civilians are em employed,
ployed, employed, by. the section. Tha Signal
corpsmen with the' section are
members of an integral "part of the
U. S; Army Garrison, Fort Clayton
nndpp-: a technical service set-up
identical on both the; Atlantic and
Pacific sides. .
, In the Signal drafting section,
more than 700 drawings of cpmmu cpmmu-nicatjons
nicatjons cpmmu-nicatjons facilities,; covering sue!?
diversified, activities as radio, ra-

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A METEOROLOGICAL TEAM is
team furnishes not only weather
dar and microwave and telephone
communcations are kept current
and in line with the latest Signal
techniques.. ..
No matter what is to he cons
tructed, fabricatedor built, the
draftsman and the engineer must
first work out the details, plans
and specifications.
Long before the first foundation
is laid or the first bit of material
is brought into place, details down
to each nut and -bolt must be de
signea ana accouiueu im.
A unique service the USARCA.a
RIB Signal Section performs :is
operation ot the Cniva vmva rer
ceivers.;
It is here that all sportscasts,
newscasts and other special events
.1. i. ...J U .. .U. AwMnJ TTnrol,
snunwaveu .uy niumu
Kadio service in e w ui n auu
LoS Angeles are received and re re-isvovi
isvovi re-isvovi in thn Caribbenn Forces Ra
dio Network for further broadcast.
This., facility is operativ
hours a dav and could be cal'ed
"Ears Of The Command" because
messages for all echelons arrive
here1" s
Security Risks -Reinstated;
Back
Pay' Awarded
FORT MONMOUTH, N.J. (UPI)
The final curtain was drawn to,
day on one of the most ballyhooed
exposes in modern times t tne
1954 disclosures by ; the late Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis.) of
security leaks from this super,
secret radar center.
The on'y remnants of the fa.
mou McCarthy investigation
seemed to be the dim echoes of
the, stormy hearings that resulted
in dismissal of 5 civilian em employes
ployes employes as security risks.-
The U.S. Circuit jCourt of Ap.
peals in Washington cancelled the
dismissals yesterday, ruling that
the last six: of the 25 were en.
titled to reinstatement and back
pay( The others already had been
cleared.
The decision appeared to end
one of the most controversial in investigations
vestigations investigations i in the, nation's his his-tory.
tory. his-tory. '.

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now on temporary duty with the USARCARIB Signal Section from Fort Iluachuca Ariz. This'
and allied information, for the, military, but for some civilian agencies as well, r v

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directory intormauun, is rou.uu
PRINCESS TORLONIA MARRIES
ROME (UPD Princess Alessan Alessan-dra
dra Alessan-dra Torlonia, 21, granddaughter oi
the late King Alfonso JJ trf Spain,
was married Friday to Clemente
Lequo, 32, son of a"former Itahatt;
amhassador to Spain in a near near-secret
secret near-secret ceremony in a, -Roman
Caiholic church here. The. pun pun-cess,
cess, pun-cess, who had been often men mentioned
tioned mentioned as a possible' wile for King
Baudouin ? of Belgium, i is v.', the
daughter of the Infanta Beatriz of
Spain. Her, father is one of Italy's
wealthiest landowners. ; i

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plans must come from the drawing board. The USARCAKIi
s.nal drafting section works steadily at providing the plans b

uaich all Signal installation
USARCARIB Gets
Ney Provost
Marshal June 30
Col.' Jack M. Ernst will sucrpM
Col. Joseph R. Walton as USAlt USAlt-CAR1B
CAR1B USAlt-CAR1B provost marshal June 'M
Ernst arrived in tho commsiv.l
from Washington, D.C. where he
served as executive officer in ttv
Oiiice ot the Provost Maiihal Gi n
eral. He was' accompanied to Pa Panama
nama Panama by his wife, Lucie, and .iu'ir
nine-year old daughter, Alice.
Walton will depart the com
mand June 30 for Fort I? I is, iVf
av whrrchcwill be b'. ""i
the staff of the U.S. Army
Defense School,
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telephone service, including
-
or rehabillta'Son can be?ir,
and construction must be guided
Retired Officers,
Enlisted Men
To Get Orientatio!
' An orientations for all retire
officers and enlisted men residini
in the' PiiminiHi area will be bcii
on July 3 at Fort Kod'ju...
Af er at ending a review of '!
Army Caribbean troops at,- F-'
Knbbe for the newlyassigiied
jnanding general of' USAiiCAR) i.j
M;i. Gen, Charles- L. Dasher, mi
retired personnel will alleiid
brietuig at Kobbe post headquar
crs on organization and conce;
of ooration of the Pcntomic l'a
tie Group.
- Followinc the orientation lunk
v ft he served erner at' u
mess or at the' 'ort Kobbe-U
: ficer's Club.



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make a good lecturer ?
Why to kiss like i rumor?
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What does a pig always do
when he eats?
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HEAD TO TOE SIZE-UPS

Position Poser
X TOTE.
counters
t above are arranged to form r.
threa lines of four counters each.
It is possible to eliminate one
counter and still -save three lines
ef four each, : by moving 9ns
cither number to a new position.
, Buttons or coins may be used
as counters. Numbers have no
bearing on the problem other
than to identify manipulations in
the solution below.
01 ;a uo sum jsquina saoui
Hunter Caught
SANDWICHED between two fe ferocious
rocious ferocious jungle animals, above,
is a big game hunter. By making
the proper folds you can see each
ot tha figures-shunter and ani animalsindividually.
malsindividually. animalsindividually. i
A a B ch flsTjre is made td s.n-
pear, color lt with crayons. ;
Brain Exerciser
ADDINO the legs of .the sheep
and geese In Brewster's field,"
i noted they totalled 58. 1 then
perceived that if each sheep had
two legs and each goose four,
their legs would have totalled 74.
What number of sheep and geese
are there? .
S3 OMtfB :UqS) BAg IMAIVf

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Hint the ten

ZZ1

rtY this stunt to convince
yourself it will work; then
keep the Idea in. mind for use at
a party.
Place a small cork uv the neck
of a bottle- (as shown aboveK
Then see ff you can blow It the
remainder of the way in. If this
sounds easy enough, don't be
fooled. There's a trick to it
The trick is to blow gently.
Usually when this challenge Is
made, the participant responds
with a big puff.'
When this occurs, instead of
sliding forward, the cork actually
backs out, propelled by the add!-
tiona! pressure exerted on the air
already inside the bottle. .
a playful mood, cur artist
drew four men engaged In dif
ferent pursuits, and then proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to transpose their upper and
lower sections to the unorthodox
stances above.
Can you determine the pose in
which each nan was originally
drawn?
Cut suit the figures roughly, if
necessary, dividing them at the
dotted lines. Then rearrange the
halves Jigsaw fashion to attain
the restoration. ;
Series Thinking
STUDY the relationships of the
. numbers in each group, then
"supply the next two numbers for
each sequence. Time yourself:
p"ing all. four
correct within
lw ra w axiraoramary.
(a) 9, 12, W, IS, 11, U.
(b)' 1, 1. 26. 58.
. (c) 1 2,4,7, 11, 16. 4
(d) J4S2L 43315, 12154. 21548.
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Rapid in '- Transit?
HOW rapidly can you name the
form of transportation in involved
volved involved In the, following situa situa-i
i situa-i tlons? . X
L Hannibal's trek through the
Alps.
2. Cinderella's trip to the bait
3. Eliza crossing tha river.
4. Huck Finn's voyage down
the Slisslsslppl.
A. Noah's escape from the flood.
6. Icarus fleeing prison.
7. Wynken, Bllnken and Nod's"
journey to sea,
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A ROBBER is loose in the maze
at right Can you pick up his
trail and capture him? Enter
the maze at the small, arrow,
lower right make your way to
the scene of the capture without
crossing your own path or re retracing
tracing retracing steps. A small arrow at
upper right Indicates goal.
Poetic Justice
IT HAS been suggested more
IT HAS been sugg
' than once that one ot the
greatest of all puzzles Is the
English language. As one verse
of anonymous authorship com complains
plains complains : ....
When the English' tongue yon
speak -' , 7
Why Is break' not rhymed with
' freak? v. Tv. ;
Can you tell me why It's true
That yoo say sew, but not like likewise
wise likewise few? '',
Why can't the maker of a verse
Rhyme the word horse' with
worse? v
" Beard does not rhyme with heard
And cord Is different from word.
Cow Is bow and low la low,
But shoe Is never rhymed with
bo. V.:
Now there's hose and dosa and
-loae.'; '; Z'7' 'V' O:
Think of goos and again ot
:-L:,d choose. y: )l
What about comb and tomb and
-. ''.bomb, ';.''; "j. :.h
Doll and roll and home and some?
So, In short, It seems to me.
. Sounds and letters disagree.-
Imposing enough to prompt a
poem of Its own is a goup of
. words which the author has
failed to mention. This group
includes: rough, trough, through,
thorough, bough, dough, etc,
For Orderly Minds
CEATED at the speaker's table,
White was next but one to
the mail who was next but one
to Xoung. Black was. next but
. one to the man who was on
, Green's "right. Baggie y was
neither at the; end nor next to
Black. Jones was farther to the
left" than Young, but was neither
at the end nor next tt" White, 'f
Place the men in order L to r.
innox "nof 'qbua

HELP TRACI

THEY JUST. CANT GET OVER TT

. DBTTY and Billy Bear just can't
believe, their eyes. Some-
-thing they saw a minute ago now
seems to have disappeared.
1 What can you draw to completa
the scene? Bejgin at dot 1 and
draw a continuous line from 1 to
,2 to 3 to 4, etc., until you have
used up all C;f the dots. Where
two numbers designate one dot,
se the dot for both,.-.-:y-i;'.t..

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By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
,1 All the city gathered at
this
part of Simon's house (Mark
1:33)
5-xHe was captain of Absalom's
host (2 Sam. 17:25)
10 Loose garment -,
14 Impel '
15 Involvements.
16 The Israelites were not to
speak these' (Zeph. 3:13) ;
17 Arrow. 1
13 The Pentateuch. .,
l'J Soon (poetic)
20 Slumberer. ." ; 1
22 Chance. i -.
24 An animal used as a sin offer offering
ing offering (Lev. 5:6)
2.1 Harassed.
26 Fifteenth century collar.
2 Foothke part
30 Unclean spirits did this to
, many and they came to Jesus
to be healed (Luke 6:18)
34- Wife of Lamech (Gen. 4:19)
35 lteadwear. y.
3ft Peaceful.
37 Mountain In Crete.
38 Bank officer.
40 Radical (abbr.)
41 Not often.
43 Emmet
44 Bristle.
45 Indians.
46 Abstract -being. f
47 Believers are this with Christ
1 through faith (CoL 2:12)
48 Discuss. r
50 One of the tribes of Israel
(Josh. 19:40)
51 Brushed and cleaned.
54 Biblical verb form (Pa 63:1)
68 Bellow, i
59 Quotes.
61 Cry of the Bacchanals.
62 Feminine nama.
63 German poet

DOWN A ROBBER

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Which One Haj r Most

A HAS what B haa and a third of what C has.
B has what C has and a third of what A has. C
has ten dollars and a third of what B has. How
much have A, B and C each? '
' Time limit: two minutes. 1 r

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Solve a Wise-Word Cryptogram
pHEE'S .wisdom to be found in this puzzle
f a cryptogram based upon a sage saying:
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BTLB JD OIKIVP'QJBID PI
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' 64 Religious ceremony.
65 Lave.
66 Movie sward.
67 Snow vehiclei
VERTICAL
1 Confers knighthood upon.
2 Spoken.
3 Fairy tale monster.
4 Wife of Isaac (Gen. 49:31)
, 5 Performed on stage. v ;
6 Saracen.
7 Ventilate. '.-..

8 Drudge.' -...
8 God turned the cities of Sodom
and Gomorrha into .these (2
Pet 2:6)'
. 10 Rattling noise. -v
11 Primitive Japanese.
12 Balak took Balaam to the top
of this mount .(Num. 23:28)
IS Serf.
21 Deep hole. ....
23 At no time. .. v. v
25 Home of Lazarus (John 11:1)
26 Elevate.
27 Viper. (
28 Name no mora to ba used
(Hos. 2:16)
29 Dance step. i
31 Former name of Jerez,
. 32 Growing out
33 Son of Jokshan (1 Chr. 1:32)
85 Son of Noah (Gen, 10:1)
36 Egyptian god.
On Buying Acreage
IT James had $40 mora he 'could
buy 20 acres of land, or with
' (30 less he could buy only 10
acres. H6w much money had he
and what la tha value of an acre?
v Tit 1 rn
10 enrA 'Aaoin tiq flnb oort oq,
'Xsuoui fiq ai.j aim n 09 t tjinb
4aoui mq) ejoui OH i.BO)iiog.
Distributed bj King reetures Syndicate.

Color
Magic

COLORS will
restore order
to the jumbled
line of the dia dia-vgram
vgram dia-vgram at right
Wherever you see
the latter G,
shade the seg seg-.
. seg-. ment with Green;
b stands for
.Blue; R Is for
Red, 7 Is for Tel Tel-low,
low, Tel-low, and V, Vio Violet
let Violet The combined
letters Br Indi Indicate
cate Indicate the use of
Brown. P stands
tor Pink.
Riddle
Wry is 'fiddle-de-dee
easier
to spell than fid-dle-de-dum?
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BRiSF REPORTS on select new
books of interest 1o noma
craftsmen, hobbyists and collec collectors.
tors. collectors. Selected by Clark Klnnaird.
Shop Toolsr Care and Repair,
by De Witt Hunt (D. Van Nos-

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Hunt endeavors as far as pos possible
sible possible In a book to Improve any
worker' use of his tools and or

dinary machines;
him in repair and

Those ; who work with tookv
either professionally or as a
hobby, will find anV Interesting

discussion of their
of the softoover
recenuy ,isuea oy
Phlnncn P Tt
Money?

Tool-Maker, by Kenneth P. Oak Oak-"ley
"ley Oak-"ley 160 pages: 11.25), an! outline
of the history of what the author
describes as man's chief biologi biological
cal biological '. characteristic:' ability to
make and utilize tools.
Legal Aspects of Photography,
by Robert Veit Sherwin (Green (Green-befg,
befg, (Green-befg, 126' pages: 11.95). Mr.
Sherwin offers guidance to' tha
professional and hobby photogra photographer
pher photographer on laws governing : libel,
copyright, Invasion of privacy,
ate, which many will find helpful

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TWO
NAMES Of two
well known
lakes, both In
North America,
appear 1 skeleton skeletonized
ized skeletonized across tha
tops of th dia
' grams at right
You art asked to
Identify them.
To begin your
: hunt for tha miss

ing letters, copy ;
all of tha letters now to sight in
the blank spaces directly below
'them: U In tha three spaces be below
low below it; R In the two spaces; ate.
Then, using the letters la tha
lower blanks, try to guess at
missing letters to form short hori hori-.
. hori-. zontal words. Letters that apply
to the key words will function In
all horizontal words.. ... .
Answers are given below, but
please do not peek,
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38 Son of Elmodam (Luke 3:28)
39 Those In office.
42 Rebekah's nurse (Gen. 35:8)
44 Carolers.
48 Whirlpools. ; "
47 Sped. '- t
49 King of Egypt (2 Chr. 35:20)
50 One giving medication.
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with a compass
"Phoenix Books" ment at tha center
umversuy 01 the pencil arm to
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ttoiv tar Uia we man Walkf

I TOOK a walk. After walking steadily for one t
hour, I reduced my pace to three-fourths ot what
It was during the first hour. This change of pace
mad the difference between my arrival homo and
what It would have been if I had kept tha same
pace, 10 minutes. That is, It slowed ma up ten min minutes.
utes. minutes. Had I dona one mil mora' at the faster rate,
1 could have arrived home five minutes sooner.
So how far did I walk?
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Watch Your Step in This One
IN WALKING 75 yards, Albert and Bruca respec respectively
tively respectively take steps of uniform length throughout,'
but Albert's step is two Inches shorter than Bruce's
and he takes eight more steps than Bruca. How
many steps does Albert take? You'll probably need
pencil and paper for this one.
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52 Ecclesiastical court
53 Cereal grains.
54 River in Russia.-
55 Wickedness.
56 Carry (colloq.)
87 Pay attention.
60 Nervous twitch.
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an Eye-Opener
- TRUSTING
1 jr,
Isn't always ad advisable,
visable, advisable, as Is
proved by the op-.
tical Illusion dis displayed
played displayed at left ti
In this ease)
what appears at
first to be a de design
sign design made up of
spirals, turns out
to be a series ot
concentric circles.
If you aren't con convinced,
vinced, convinced, check
huu
niacin the
point of the lnstru-
of thr diagram and adjusting
tha prescribed arcs. t
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Open Checker King
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erhnlarchina vicit Or .Tamps R.lCHHftn. snioifll sctanw adviser to, President Eisen-

1 hower, during a three-day tour of Washington. Cadets aref James Cochrane
' (second from left) and Eric Therkelsen Adm. Lawrence Jflchardson, vice presi- i
V,rdent of the firm, is escorting thexadets as they talfcwith top governmenl leaders.

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ii a Btrt at mkoi PThrpA members of the Air

Defense command's 85th Air Division center look
1 over a ThOr missile at Andrews Air Force Base in
fc-Maryland.-:'The'-meh.:arfi.:(from:'.left)' SSgt. John
l i V Covert,W A 2c William .McFarland and TSgt.
" George Fj Yannone. They're in combat operations.

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land .Cumberland Gap National Historical park affords a long view of Kentucky countryside;

, I "WITH GAY ABANDON Two Spanish dancers go

QUITE A CAMPUS Once a hotel, the University of Tampa, TIa ia one of the ; through a fast dance in preparation for a fiesta in
d most picturesque colleges in the United States.1 Its Moorish 'minaret stand Out':, 'V-'Ybor1 City, Fla.' There will be a week of dances,

' against the skyline. The hotel was, once, headquarters for.'Teddy.' Roosevelt v'-j shows, and social events. (Thousands are expected.

SEA-ING MAKE-BELIEVE WARFARE One of Canada's hew destroyer escortS. the'Morjaree, lays down a smoke screen daring exercises with
United States Navy units somewhere in the Far EasU, Exercises were part of current training cruise of the Second Canadian Escort Squadron
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SAFETY

SENTINELS

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: Gtn. Nathon F. Twining heods a group that presented Effie with her gold medal.;

EFFIE PASSAS, raced into the street and pushed
a four-year-old boy put of the path of an on-,
coming car. For saving .this boy's life, Effie member
of a school safety patrol in Lancaster, Pa., was pre--.
sented with a gold medal awarded by the American
- Automobile association. She was One of five children
In the United States so honored, Gen. Nathan F. Twin Twining,
ing, Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, handed
out the gold-medals. Effie,' 12, is a good example of
the more than 670 thousand boys and girls Who stand
' guard over; schoolmates' as safety patrol members.
To show their regard for these school guardians, some
130 thousand persons turned out in Washington re re-cently
cently re-cently lo Watch boys and girls from twenty tates and
' the District of Columbia march down Constitution
avenue in the. 22nd annual, School Safety Patrol t
parade, backed by tho AAA.1 Seventy bands, 80 traf-.
fic safety, floats and hundreds of units paraded by.

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Fafom 'Donovan

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KIADY FOR DUTY are YFW officers (I. to r.) serreant-at-arms J.imes-N. McXabb; depart

ment chaplain John Finlasen; department public relations officer Felipl Cazabon and under
u her Harry Alexander. .

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OFFICERS INCLUDE (1. to r.) department inspector Harry F. Taylor: department adjutant

fllzie L. Talbott and department quartermaster Sol J. Kaplan.

By FELIPI CAZCEON
The Manama Canal Department

Veterans of Foreign Wars Conven.

tion got underway at the Tivoli

Guest House, at 8 p.m. June 7.

The opening' ceremonies Began

with the playing of the US Nation,
al Anthem, fol owed by tiie open opening
ing opening address by past department
commander Albin C. Krankowsky.

The Invocation was by Chaplain
(Col.) H. F.. Donovan.
The Memorial Services -were
handled by department chaplain,
John Finlason.
The presentations of Clations,

Banner, and trophies were per.

:ormed bv Krankowsky. Ailer this

ceremonv Chaplain Donovan, who

snok on "Honoring Our Deau."

"The Duruose." he said "is to

salute our war dead. Li e is a pre

cious" gift. Naturally, we clmg to

it. We.'et life from Gcd through
our parents. However, il soon be
comes personal property. Many
things influence us... environment
schools, friends, religion ...' it ear early
ly early each of us begins to weave a
personal way of li e, devtlopes
likes and dislikes, aims, ambitions,
goals, etc., for each man mast per.
sonally live with his Mfe."
He spoke further on the subject
of "Patriotism in Action," declar.
ing :"Patriotisn) for our dead bud.
dies is easy now ony because it
is an accomplished fact. Their pe pe-riod
riod pe-riod of trial, which for many was
a very painlul prolonged agony, is

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; ALBIN Cv KRANKOWSKY, past department commander, speaking atl.the recent convention of the Panama Canal Department
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Seated are (1. te r.) wat,t department commander Anthony J. Kucikas; Col. II. P. Donovan,
chaplain; Ladies Auxiliary president Mrs. Grace Coe and past department commander' Donald J. Hughes.

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'inished. They have done

part, but what about us?"
He touched on the subject of the
privilege to vote. "We all recog recognize
nize recognize the privilege of voting, espe especially
cially especially when we read of the many
trumped-up farces which are call,
ed elections in other parts of the
world. But let us think of it as a

duty to ocr dead buddies The

turnout "or e ections in our coun.
try is disgrace.ul, and being away
irom home is no excuse ...the ma ma-chinery
chinery ma-chinery has been set up to get our
votes in, so the fault lies with ui
if we do not vote."
He closed by quoting Secreta. r
ry of tiie Army, Yvilber ivl, Bruck Bruckner,
ner, Bruckner, in saying that "tne Commu.
nisis are pleuged. to destroy demo democracy
cracy democracy ana set up a world -. wine
slave Siate." v

Chapiaw Donovan gave the Be.

nediction and the ceremony came

io a ciose with Krankowsky, an.
nouncing the buffet and dance loL
lowing. : -. ..

Delegates oucially e ected to re.

present the various .Costs at tne
Department Convention are as lot. -lows:
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Post No.40
Harry Alexander, William E.

Dobson, J. De Maria.

Post No. ioa
T. Holmes. J. H. Anderson. J. L.

Brewer. :

- Post No. 3822
James F. Metcalf (chairman);

Earl E. Hight, Ralph W. Zachry, Zachry,-Felipi
Felipi Zachry,-Felipi Cazooon, William Torbert,
Ivan E. Johnson, Car w A,, Brett.

-...-,; Post No. Mi -y
R. H. Bryan (Chairman); K.

Weeks, Dave Searle, Charles Ba. -quet,
Frank Rybicki.

Post No. 387 h-.
J. A. Leladier. W. T. Strickler.

N. L. Olsen. '

Following is. the roster of the De.

partment olficers of the Panama

Canal Zone Veterans af Foreign

Wars o. the United States who

were o.ficially installed at the Con.

vention:

Commander. Ralph W. Zachry.

Post 3822;

Senior Vice Commander, Worley

H. Evans, Post 100;

Junior Vice Commander,' Frank
. Rybicki, Post 3845; -Adjutant.
Elzie L. Ta'bott, Post

3822;

(Quartermaster, William Gaylord

Post 3822;

Judge Advocate, Henry Cbenev.

ert.'Post WO; x- 1

Chief of Staff, JNick Olsen. Post

3876; 1

Inspector, Harry Taylor, Post

3822;

Surgeon. Solomon ; J.' Kaplan.

Post -3835;

Chaplain. John Finlason 1 Post

3822;

Historian, Elzie L. Talbott. Post

3822;

Patriotic Instructor. Georee E.

Ldve, rost 4u;.

Service Officer. GilWt lUarfnm ...

Post 3822;

Legislative O.ficer, Clenicnte A.

seron, Post 40:

Pub'ic Relations Officer. Felinl

Cazobon, Post 3822,

Employment Officer. Rokoi

Bryafl, Post 3835;

Past Department Com mantfor.

Albin'C. Krankowsky, Post 40. 1

The'advisory committee consifs

of Past Department Commanders
as follows:

Luis T. Schuberg, Post 3876;
Donald L. Hughes,-Post 3822; 1
Anthony J. Kucikas, Post 100;
Albin C Krankowsky, 40.
Committee chairman include:
Americanism, Donald L. Hughes, ;

DEPARTMENT CHAPLAIN John Finlason (second from right) speaking during- the ceremony. Background (1. to r.) are past

department commander Albtn V. Krankowsky, uepartment oi tbe ranama canal zone, veterans or foreign wars; moki
Auxiliary president Mrs.-Grace Coe; past department commander Donald L. Hughes; serjeant-at-arms; James N. McNabbj de

jartment public relations nicer reiipt uaxobon ana usnrr Harry Aiexanaer.

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Post 3322;
Community Service, Gilbert Mar.
turn. Post 3S22;
Publicity, Radio, TV, Felipi Ca.
lobon, Post 3822;
Membership, Worley H. Evans,
Post 100;
" Service and Rehabilitation B.
Fielding, Pos,t 3876; '
Civil Defense, Earl Hight, Post
1322" ''
Buddy Poppy, Frank A. Rybicki,
Post 3835;
Hospital Charles Hill, Post 3822;

Youth Activities and Athletics,
William E. Dobson. Post 40:
Loyalty Day, Robert Atkins,
Post 3822:
Department Sergeant at Arms,
James is. MciNauo, rost xa.
There are live Posti represent
" ed within the Panama Canal Zone
Department Veterans of Foreign
Wars. The following are their res
pective rosters of officers:
CAPT. STARR C. WARDROP
Post No. 40
i Commander: George E, Love;
Senior Vice Commander, Alfod.
lo Rivera; ; 1
Junior Vice Commander, Anto,
Bio Ostrea;
Quartermaster. Abraham Ort;
Adjutant, Albin C. Krankowsky;
! ChaDlain. Jimmy Rivers; :
xnre xear. irusiee, nu wcija wcija-do;
do; wcija-do;
One Year Trustee, Placido Re-
. bato; .
ron;
Surgeon, Nick Lamas;
Public Relations Officer, ;Mel
n Ktinsnn- 1
: Servicer OLicer,' Harry Alexand
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6fficer of the Day, PIo Delgado;
' I AM AM A f ANAL POST No' 100
W. Commander. Harry M, Brown;
. L. Sanser: .-"
Junior. Vice Commander, Ted
Holmes:
Quartermaster, Henry R. Chene.
Tert;
Chaolain. Julian B. Hall: ;
i Three Year Trustee, Murphy B
Alexander:
Two Year .Trustee, Jesse Brew.
" One Year Trustee, Joseph A, An.
flerson:
. Judge Advocate, Charles E. Web
er;
Adjutant, Robert L. Townsend.
LT. FRANK P. ALBROOK
1 Post No. 3822
' Commander. Edmund S. Coe:
Senior Vice Commander, Elzie
ju laiDou;
; Junior Vice Commander, Earl E
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Adjutant, Felipi Cazobon:
-Judge Advocate, James E. Met
calf; ..
' Chaplain, John Finlason;
I Surgeon Charles E. Hill:
Three Year Trustee," Robert S,
Atkins;
,Two Year Trustee, Samuel L.
Catlett;
' One Year Trustee William L.
Torbert;
, Public Relations Officer, Felipi
Cazobon;
Patriotic Instructor Abner J.
Webseter;
, Service Of icer, Gilbert J. Mar Mar-;
; Mar-; eum;
; Officer of the Day, Randall L.
Ans'.ey.

GEN. GEORGK W. GOETHALS

Post No. 3335
Commander, John J. Katalik, Jr.
Senior Vice Commander, Neil A.
Doherty;
junior vice luinnianuer, neii.
neth H. Weeks;
Quartermaster, frank A. Ky.
bicki;
Adjutant, Roscoe H. Bryan;
Chaplain, William E. Arnold;
Advocate, Rufus L. Carey;
Three Year Trustee, David H.
Searle, Jr.;
Two Year Trustee, Solomon J.
Kaplan;
One Year Trustee, Wayne w. im.
cas; : ...
Surgeon, Eugene i. cuonvim;
Patriotic Instructor, William G.
Monroe;
Legislative O ficer, Solomon J.
Kaplan;
Service Officer, Paul N. Weil;
Public Relations. O-'ficer, Paul
N. Weil.
LT. GARVIN H.
' MOUMBLOW MEMORIAL
. '' Post No. 387
Commander. Woodrow W. Row.
Inad:-
Senior Vice Commander. Wilton
T-Strickland;
Junior Vice Commander, Kazi-
mierz Bazan:
Quartermaster, Jules Lelaldier;
Adjutant, Harry H. Nunley;
Chaplain, Byron S. Fielding;
Surgeon, Robert W. Smith;
Patriotic Instructor, Noel : G'b
son;
Serylce Officer, Wil'ard W. Huff.
man;
Legislative Officer. Eugene
Brakeueld;
Public Relations Officer, Wil,
liam P Garner.
Last but not least are the work.
ers 'or backbone of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, the Military Order
of the Lootie, a parent organiza,
tion or committee formed to coor.
dinate the Veterans of Foreign
wars of the United States and
line activities of the Military Ord.
er of tne Lootie.
In the Canal Zone we are privil.
eged to have two .such organiza.
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A SOLEMN MOMENT at the convention. Standing (I. to r.) are department chaplain John
Finlason of Po.it 3822; Ladies Auxiliary president Mrs. Grace Coe; past department com commander
mander commander Donald. L. Hughes; seargent-at-arms James N. McNabb, past department command
er of the Panama Canal Zone VFW Albln C. Krankowsky; department public relations of

ficer Felipi, Cazabon; usher

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IN A MORE OR LESS REGIMENTAL ROW are (I. to r.) department Inspector Harry F. Tay Taylor;
lor; Taylor; post commander Harry F. Brown, post 100; post commander' Edmund S, Coe, post 3822:
ladies' auxiliary president Mrs. Grace Coe; post commander John L. Katalik, post 3835; past
department commander Albin C. Krankowsky, Department of the Panama Canal Zone Ve Veterans,
terans, Veterans, of Foreign Wars; post commander George E. Love, post 40; post commander Woodrow
W. Rowland, Post 3878.

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start as newlyweds Edward Moir, M, and his bride, tb former

Margarita Bulges, 23, clip-clop away from the Church of the j

Annunciation in New York. Old-fashioned touch was the J
bride's idea,

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STEPPINC ALONG Keeping in perfect step as they go out
' "for their evening stroll in Lowell. Ohio, are Kathy White and
her two, all-black kittens. One of the nice things about liv liv-,Ing
,Ing liv-,Ing In a small town, says 10-year-old Kathy, i that you can
. walk In the street if you feel like It. v

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arm Aitir Should Alaska become the 49th state in the Union,

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this is, the way uia worj wmio f'""' 7 ,.,r 7.

Gruening, former governor of Aiasica, points 10
n this special flag at Alaskan Statehood Headquarters Jn
Washington, Should a new star be added, it would be a .big
v 4. u. B. miiiinnc of the 48-star flaes would

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AMAN ASOUT TOWN

Ginger Rogers soon-to-be was,
Jacques Bergerae, hat met the
solution to bis current ciandjsti ciandjsti-ny.
ny. ciandjsti-ny. She is rich Texas widda Jac Jacqueline
queline Jacqueline Willis. .Gene Kelly s ex ex-wife
wife ex-wife Betsy Blair, will try it a a-gjfti.
gjfti. a-gjfti. This time with Roger Pigaut,
French fUmpgul. .Greta Tyssen
ai millionaire Herbert Kaha (kin
to the late Wall Street baron Ot Otto
to Otto H. Kaho) are togetheria after
a two-month jplituation. .Barba .Barbara
ra .Barbara Hutton is reported "wearing a

black wig at the Brussels Fail

. .Recording star Sam Cooks ex-

wife is suing for readjustment (of.

alimony) now that he s landed
on The Big Time. .Jesse Stone,
who auth'd "Sh.'-V Ra.tle and
Roll" among other clicks, and his
bride are reported dividing. .
Cafe de- Paris chief Lou Walters
took an overdose to ease the ago agony
ny agony of all those Bad Breaks. Hi
worried wife (shaking him for

an a.m. appointment) saved

htm.
The Washington Wire: The Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Dept. is querying every
wai.er at Leone's famed NYC

spot about tips, etc.. To teach oth

er waiters and ma tire d s a let

son. .Elizabeth Murdock (dghtr.

of the Chief Justice of the U.S.

Tax Court) merges with legalite

Richard llatsch. .The famed

Hope Diamond (rated unlccky to

owners) will be donated by Harry
Winston (NYC gent tycoon) to the
Gov't for "safety" at the Smith Smithsonian
sonian Smithsonian Institute. .The TV "rat "rat-works
works "rat-works and ad agencies), who will
be probed by Sen. Warren Mag Mag-nuson's
nuson's Mag-nuson's Senate Investigating
Coitim are veddy annoyed pi
Wmchell "making such a Federal
case." (Tsk!)
' "The Daily Worker" (the Red
mag) will resume as a weekly in

about six months. It got a shot-in-the
. aria from a Mrs. .Morton
Grauman, an Upstair,- whose
late husband made his loot
peddling American Flags!. .Aft .After
er .After a $500,000 renovation DiMag DiMag-gio's
gio's DiMag-gio's Restaurant on Fisherman'?
Wharf (San Francisco) re-opened.
. .Pittsburgh Pirate Bill Mazero Mazero-skr
skr Mazero-skr and Milena Nicholson will
merge any day or have they?.
. .Col. Richard Fredey, nee mgr.
of the Roney- Pleasure (Miami
Beach), is now managing director
of Westhampton's Bath and Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Club.'. .Ann Kerr Holloway's
chums heear she is Mexi-cincelling
the hus-bond: .American Airlines
will announce that President C.
R.. Smith will be upped to Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Board. The new prex prex-y
y prex-y will be a chap Smith fired years
agO. V : -'"if I ,'-.,
'A tew--weeks ago," wri:eg T.
H. Mitchell of the St. Regis Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, 'you mentioned the possibili possibility'
ty' possibility' of an increase in the price of
gold. A an' economist I -would
like to congratulate you on your
advance news. Indeed, there is
a distinct possibility that your
prediction may materialize within
three' weeks. Our organization (To (Toronto
ronto (Toronto Market S.udies) received in information
formation information (on the 13th) that the
Russians (stymied-in their world worldwide
wide worldwide barter at.empts wiil an announce
nounce announce backing their Ruble in
gold.- 'f- ,'" '-f
"Other than serving as an Eco Economic
nomic Economic Sputnik, such a move would
invariably result in the U.S. Gov't
re-evaluating ti price of gold.
The Ruble will be external; In
short,- designed for trade purpos purposes
es purposes In Latin America and the Middle-East.
Tomorrow Franz Pick,
currency expert, conducts a Sem Seminar
inar Seminar on Gold at the Hotel Ai..bas Ai..bas-sadofr
sadofr Ai..bas-sadofr here. He will drop a bomb bombshell."
shell." bombshell."

The colyum getting the feel of

MUSIC, MUSIC MUSIC

By DELOS SMITH
NEW YORK (UPIV- I the opi opi-nioir
nioir opi-nioir of m.ensely musical people,
Americans ought to start learning
right away to appreciate piano piano-playing
playing piano-playing to the hilt, if only as a
patriotic duly.
Our country was humiliated,
they say, when a young American
Van Cliburn got mass apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation as a piano player in Soivet
Russia beforea ny sizable number
of his fellow conuntrymen paid
him much mind.
The way musical things are now,
it can happen again, they warn,
and wi.h unsung players of other
instruments. N enough Amer Americans
icans Americans know (or care) when piano
(or violin or piccolo) is played ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally .well rather than just
moderately welt.
What kind of a musical country
do we have anyway when that
s ate of affairs can exist?, they
ask. A country wheret here is much
less interest in a budding musi musician
cian musician than in a budding first base baseman,
man, baseman, obviously.
Is that bad?, Intensely musict
people think it is disgracefully bad
and are mut'ering about it private
ly since to do so publicly would wouldn't
n't wouldn't be polite in view of the balatrd
attention Cliburn is getting now.
Different In America
"Bui the practical, realistic mu musical
sical musical people say it's not very im important,
portant, important, really,and anyway it
couldn't very well be any other
way. The sa it onl shows the
difference between Russians and
other Ei-ooeans and Americans.

You see, in Europe a couple of
centuries ago music was just about

the onl course a, poor boy could
follow in order to cut a big figure
in the world. In ea V generation
a few of the many who tried mad
the grade, and this encouraged
more thousands in the next ger ger-ation
ation ger-ation to try. ."
Over the decades this snowball
has been rolling, and now you
have an enormous public in every
European country which not only

knows top musicperformance but
seeks it nr. It's emotional Iden

tification with winner. i

Ameircan poor boys, on the other
hand, have always had many ways

of cutting abig figure, and any
of them was a more certain way
than music.
Thus America provides an enor enormous
mous enormous audience for almost any type
of success story except the" ones
involving skills which relatively
few American have tried to ac acquire,
quire, acquire, such as musical skills. These
latter have stood for enormous la
bors with the promise of small
rewards.
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- Ifs A Tough Business
Look at the musical great all
Europeans. Mozart was the son of
a musician servant; so was Be
tho n. Haydn was a peasant's son.
Rossini's father was a slaughterer.
Schubert, Verdi, Gluck, Debussy,
Paganini, Liszt, Wagner, Brahms,
all were of humble origin. The mu.
sical greats who weren't are con conspicuous
spicuous conspicuous by thir scarcity.
Piano-playing sucha s Cliburn
commands happens only at ie end
of literally thousands of hour cl
labor at the keyboard.
Don't let anyone tell you that
some top jazz or other popular
type of pianist equals a first-rate
long-hair pianist, being merely dif different
ferent different in the type of music he
plays. The latter can do things
and command techniques the form former
er former can't even dream about.
Hecomes out of the fiery fur fur-nace
nace fur-nace of endless" concentration. It
may be he belongs to the "bloody
knuckles" schoolpof piano play irg,
but even if his training has been
more ger fe, he's been though a
griding mill.
The "bloody knuckles" school; I
know well. My piano teacher, when
I was young, hung over the key keyboard,
board, keyboard, ruler in hand. Any mistake
was chastised fwi.h a ruler blw
on the knuckles. This school was
splashed much blood over the
ivory keys, and it has produced
phenomenal pianists. As for me,
I lacked the movie, v '?

WILL ACQUI R E ASSETS
SCHILLER PARK, II. (UPI)--Controls
Co. of America an announced
nounced announced it will acquire on Julyil
the inventories, tooling, ; patents
and trademarks of Redmond Cd.,
Inc., Owosso, Mich., and Redmofld
Motors,. Ltd.; St. Thomas, Ont,
for about $1,715,000.

the Big Burg again for a few
nights j was enienained by "On.
Captain!" "Say, Daning" and
Two for the Seesaw," the lattei
starring Henry Fonda and Anne
Bancroft! The only members o
the immensely enjoyable play-.
Peter-Lind Havei nd Mnr n.-.a.

ly's starrer at the Beck ('Who

was inn Lady I Saw You
With?"J kept Satdee eve's audi,
ence lauehinff all t..t -.i Inn

Rita Allen and Milton Cassel sot

a rougn nae trom the critics when
they produced "The Making of
Moo." an off-.RrnHw nni.i- Ths

reviewers completely ignored the

purpose 01 tne producers. TtMy
are trviair to wirmiran nrimiv.

ing playn-rights, "who rate' a
chance at Broadway". . The
Cafe de Paris shareholders "in "include
clude "include maav of tho wiUi Ki...

boyeand staffers. DorMhy Lamour
will soon star there until Mickey
Rooney arrives July 1. lliere are'
35 in the worried cast. It is a
breezy girl show featuring Sherry
Britton, Jackie Wakefield, Lois

ay ana me Szonys, among other
talent.,. :

Hugh 0Brian (Wyatt Irpp!) was
seen Strirlin? nut nf vn vu-rt n u

the other dawning putting evely
cutie in that building under- sus-

yii-iua. ine apanment edifice i
erowrtil un';h .t.K. 1-1. .

Vhlc kv James, (star nude at Ca

ie oe rans) opens her own sip-and-sup-spot
on E. 56th soon. ,.
Sande Preston (recent Latin Q.

Miow-giru nas shelved show bit
tO Stud hriha m nirl

Ubby Ebsen (another recent latin

v. gais.arts at the Moulin
Rouge, IT wood. ; .Frederick Klein,
an ace Dhofs? on The m

b the new Commodore of the

oea rigeons xacht Club at Secau Secau-CUS.
CUS. Secau-CUS. N J. Jr, Giri for tht
PhilipLane at Dr's Hosp. Pop'a
ie ad. exec. :,v .Yolanda Boltx.fA

(of Massena. N.Y.) weds Dr. Jo Jo-seph
seph Jo-seph Florio in the Fall.. The brde-to-be
is nn th Mir ,nrt tt

py Everythrng!. "Hear That

aweei taugnter," a new Fail
Play, has aa all-Nngro cast and
no radah problems.
Hope "Hampton's new thrill at
El Morocco -is. Ben. Olsen of Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. Crswlmff with

tahe.Trundy dates Batista's boy.
here. Bob Paige bou aht Hugh O
wens' castle (on the Hudson) for

r raise is emcee" 'on
"The Big Payoff". Robert
MOrse. funnv rompHian n 'o

Darling," chauffeurs blondethrtish'
Jane Carlyla on his new, scooter.

i .oauuesi news ior us; Arthur

wniiaers. once the most popular
nifihtvSDot hos in Miami

by cancer. Once rich, he passed
pennilesj, 1 ,

Memn in thm Mavnr.-ri. tun

Phillips, vefy 81, couldn't et a
hospital to give her First Aid f 4e

uuier mgai.-- wny s ihat? Mr.
Phillips is- a busboy at the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower Douffhrtllt snnt Sqfh .. .n

5th. V .Reuben's was s'o -crowded

sunaay morn you wondered why
midtown restaurant owners com complained
plained complained about biz, .Wo.z the
feud between Peter Lind Hayes
and A. Godfrey?'Peter's been his
standby star for five years. The
The 'Little Club was embellished
by patron Alistair t tike, one' of
journalism's finest advertisements,
"romance" ends On the 30th.,.J.
. .One of Linda Christian's young
Greek fans went in hock for V.
500 via -a local Shvlock) to buy
her some ferns. He must pay
back IOCS' in 3 months or get
drowned, mebbe.
Riviera insiders belive the Xa Xa-rim
rim Xa-rim Aga Khan will "sureiy" wed
Mexican hatress Sylvia Casablan Casablanca,
ca, Casablanca, 18. Xgmh are jn southern
France. .- .Mia mi 'news" pop' 9
will be red-faced when the killer
of Arthur Karoff is causht. Two
heckled the Karoff family's at.
tempts to get the killing solved.
More anon. .The next "srcrei"
- mee'ing of top Reds will be at
23 W. 26th St. on the 28' b .0--vcrheard:
"wonder why sr'nv-girls
prefer working in Las Vegas??
. V "Prob'ly -waiting to marry
one of Bins's Jboy f". .Jack E.
Leonard's capsule criticism- "He's
a 2-blotlc comic" i.Rohert.i Sher-,
wood's nremtpre oackedt he Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans. -i .It's a
boy for the Gilbert Mills'csins (of
the N.Y.. Times) at St. VincenVs.
t. .Sinatra's greeting: "Take mt
to your Leader's VVile!"

1.

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SUNDAY, JUNE 22,



WJxit Do You Read?

...

4 W

;CoJ Vcr-DcL'ge-Wncr Vcnfccf-

' Just" after Ml ai Frtac it
1940 -a young Trench army ca
Sin who .at beet Clbtyl .
,. landed in England iro't

a troopship, tl : -I ,..

don instead of going to Africa. He
j Vm. too. mUSt tl2M

nau I'- nf that t9

"".r rf.iutold Dewivrm:

IOU aiv ...
,eWnat Happened after that h
Tea Thowand Eyee (1M-

n fcv British writer Rc

CDew;vri ealis'ed'two 'fellow
- officer. On their own savings-t
kss tt" $509, thef supported
Selves at first and financed
the Free France intelligence ser
uic h ms,if started

. :u i om ,Fntm that start

wu" rjj.i-; iiible ntt-

crew, uu v-
, workW "IworttoV WAf ;

ican officers saw, inuc
, yatiot of Normally
The "tn thousand ays -actually
w --1'ulhM
ordinary-French ; people.

lived unoer iw
Muriw aware uiax

one slip might mean temble4or.

nre and oeata, "";r;

vignettes aad impressVwis titled
"Music Hall SkMigh-s."'
ttVttsau is a bru.aat Short worV
written as a king ef reaiingplay.
fitted with deft and striking ob observations'
servations' observations' an music hall hie in
Park, aad the character ef the

niivn npiips vthn lead eulraz

eously amoral lives on one hand,
yet live m their gilt and feather
world with a kind of desperate
honesty, ""a tough, little heart"
and gamin courage.
Uuu Hall Sidelights''- is -4

series af brief impressions o? 'he

oil and on -.stage momems w.a
touring revse group, a sampling of
moods, their personal contest?,!
, their rehearsal problems, the
ciotit uumd and smell of endless

provincial theaters. It is the world

Colette knows intimately, ana. ue
scribes admirably.-

On Tj2 Ball-Trcnslaticn-Snappy
. . ...

Lama O

By DOUGLAS LASSEN and JERRY BENNETT

5

ture ana oea, '-r aid
.s.i -ffirinls. ? shopkeepers, : girl

" of
" .....jii.....,. n flnna ai inior-

mation on the t German

Wall ueicuo"- !" i- ji-.--
tions. gun emp-lacements, stro?

points wew pinpointea, a ";
map were snatched from Geraai
leadquartera ffs. - J
Thanks to .Collier's! ; mrable
work this 1 extitiog book, I
mcked wii the intimate.detaiis
rtWeSloettheWe
pie", who did auch a big job-
French authoress, Colette U n
high voiue in the U.S. at the mo
1,16 ..u .ir ; three of

". menu n w" ""y i j s v v-i"
i" v-i" i k.v. inst s.artedthe

the movre theatiw

i.;i:4:- "The Riaemng

Seed") and now one
Mitsou fe ';

cellcnt Kigiisa uD'ar. -Tf
(Farrar, Straus and Cudaby). Ai Ai-.
. Ai-. ready available in the same ub ub-lishcr's,
lishcr's, ub-lishcr's, liai are 'Chen. The The-Last
Last The-Last -of Cheri,". itna an ommbus
io rvilAtta stories.

. W 1111 miw"'

A veteran newsman tirried Ci Civil
vil Civil War researcher fee cam
up with one of the -mst defini definitive
tive definitive and raadabla accounts ot
John Brown's abortive Harpers
Forrv retd vot exbliHed.

ailan Vcller rwnartcr fnr the

New York World Telegraji and

Sun, calls his tnoroegmy detailed
and absorbing account of those
Hippo .mnst, fateful October.

days, thunder at Harper's Ferry
Prentice Hall), ft more than
recommended reading ? for Civil
War bus and aaer historiats.

WASHINGTON (NEA)

Peope who live in Washington

exclusive ueorgetown BCiguwui BCiguwui-ua
ua BCiguwui-ua nnw ahailutelv sure that

k. vrrivAri. Secretary of

- . rVMllA ,G VISIT

State 4 din t osier umn
..tins cunnpr mil side any more, f

v-;.a. ov that. Dulles enjoys

havin his meals served eutdoprt

during Wasnington a ; ci
weather. But when the temperat temperature
ure temperature warms up, he always moves

hark in the nouse to ?ai supi)

near the air conditioning system.

Dulles' enthusiasm lor Keeping

cool even applies io swimming

When he takes a winter vaeanuo
at his Duck Island retreat, he
a' ways starts each day ; with a
quick dtp in-the frigid Canadiat
waters.

ample set by Mamie Eisenhower

and answer all her letters person.

ally.

. Keith Thee4i .XR.Wyo.)
reports the existence-of the foL
lowing sign over a spittoon ia a
restaurant ia DuBois, Wye.:
"In case of atomic attack, jnmt

in' this spittoon, it ain't been mt
yet." :

it is necessary reading.

fnr K11pr has Dainstakinclv

boiled idowt into an entnramn

volume the reasons and motives

ing personality ana warped drive

of Old Man Brown na ...we xrns

of his 21 followers who for l mm
vidual rejMMis ha'' to oartkioate

Here is an hour-by-hour tale uf
high excitement, deep tragedy, in
congruous" comedy. ; .;

" Photography

Th. mrst effect that her South

America visit has had on Mrs. EL

phard NixOn is to cive ner a severe

case of writer's cramp, ;

Since escaping irora ine spiuing
mobs in Venezuela, the vice-president
and bis wife have, received
more than 30,000 letters froji ad ad-4mr
4mr ad-4mr I Hit HHrfsed to Mrs.

Nixon alone have numbered b, the
hundreds. (Mail has ranged from
10-page handwritten .epistles to a

ene-wora wregraiii wintu -"Hurray'
and was signed "A De Democrat."
mocrat." Democrat." The VP's busy schedule requires
a hv nm of 'Ace. helD'in

onvworinr his mail. But Mrs. JN1X-

Yo can set sensational and ex

otic Indian .pod at the home ol

genial M.S. Ram commercial at attache
tache attache of the Indian embassy. Put
brother, you'll never get the re recipes
cipes recipes for anything you're served
there. '', 'V' .'"-'''
Ram and his wife are both out.

standing cooks. But they guard

their recipes like Ft. Knox goia.
It's not that they are selfish. In Instead,
stead, Instead, theyhave a patriotic mo.

. Thir cuv fhat. Hint honks have

Wn written for foods of almost

ronntrv exceot India. So

they're savings recipes to give to
anyone who wants to put the col.

lection in a cookdook.
Thinly s iced potatoes dredged
in a mixture of flour and myster.
ious herbs and then deep fried is
one of their specialities. The crisp,
hot slices are then dunked into
red-hot dip and eaten as an ap

petizer.

ist travel Jealet which, amnnir

other things, gives some tips on the
correct use of the King's English
when visiting foggy old London,
1 ipr fir clma AvAtMM1....

"n- u j: i ..

t s& uirecuuns io we sub.
way do ask for 4he 'under 'underground'."

'Don't ask for 'gas' or 'gasol.

After the recent death of Pent.

agon Manpower boss William

Francis on the tennis courts, doc doctors
tors doctors of Defense Boo Neil McElroy

"llnn'f fnrrAf K 4-U t

Dahhv fnnliootnsnV t.

friend in any emergency."

. ncmemoer inai -elevenses' re
fers to the coffee break at eleven

i uic muniing.
The Marines may be out of the
running in the race for outer
space, but they still hold the

flashiest, snappiest parades of any

That's 'the enthasiaslic opinion
) government of:icials who have

seen the ; Marine Corps parade
aand concert and fancy drill ex.'

iuuiuun neia every t riday eve.
ning at Washington's Marine Bar.
racks. Crowds, at the event o ten

iiuiiiocr more man z.uuo.

Ifs reported that some keyrof.
ficials have grown so fond of

watching the colorfu' parades that

una vi tocuoc iv ...v".. y i wakening vire cuionu' paraues tnat
put a sudden stop to his -tennis they have given their wives ord.
playing. ,,; ers not to accept invitations for-
But following a study of Franc. cocktail parties or dinners on FYi

is' condition, jvicairoy was given

permission to start playing again.
Turned nut that Francis had a

bad heart which could have kil'ed

him while he was watching IV.

McElroy is robust, with a healthy
heart. He plans- to continue plav,
ing tennis as strenuously as ever.',

Just Published by the American

answering ins man. ut io.,
on has decided to follow the' exJAutofflobile Association is a tour.

' v wiDuvm ui i xM
lav immnfli

Bllt what. nloAead MftfTriAi- a.

is the. little boy, who while watch.

mi m icvt-ui paraoe rrom cis fath.
er's shoulders, yelled:
"Daddy, I don't want one of those
ugly ole space suits for my birth."
day., i want a preUy uniform just
like the ones those marching men
are wearing."

V

lBet rSWeo

Fiction
ANATOMY OF A MURDER-Rob-.
- ert Travel
THE W1NT1IROP T1POMAN Anya
Se.on
ICE PALACE Edna Ferber ;
NORTH FROM RC?.E -.Helen

SaiSP ROUND THE.' FLAG,
BOYS! Max Shulman
SUMMER PLACE-Sloan ,WU-
MAGGIE NOW-Bettv Smith
BY LOVE POSSESSED James
' Gould C7eas -THE
WHITE WITCH -Elizabeth

THE GREENGAGE SUMMER

Rumer Golden
kloM.PSrtinn

MASTERS OF DECEIT-J. Edgar

-TLEA ONT EAT THE DAI

.' DIDO ocou

; KIDS" SAY THE .liA8flUM
THINGS art Linkletter ....
I INSIDE, RUSSIA TODAY John
THE" GREAT DEMOCRACIES -Sir
Winston Churchill
" TO LIVE AGAIN Catherine Mar-

WHERE' DID YOU CO? OUT. OUT.-'
' OUT.-' WHAT DID YOU DO? NOTH NOTHING
ING NOTHING Robert Paiaf Smi.h,
..THE DAY CHRIST DIED J:m
Bishop 1
, VADISON AVENUE, U S. A.

Martin Maver
tAHUCH: MY OWN
. Bernard M. Baruch

;, By EO FITZGERALK

Available light and natural light
have become basic words in the
lan'guage of the preser day ama amateur
teur amateur and professional photogra photographer.
pher. photographer. Tho W reason for the increase

in- popularity of available Uglit as
a main light source is. the tremen tremendous
dous tremendous improvement in high speed

lenses with apertures or r.ia. anu

lenses being built nowadays
utiliie new formulas m eir de

sign and assemtiy. wew rare
earth" glasses-are being used to

form 4h jpmpnr,i tor wiese lens.

es. The new glass allows almost
Jirlit transmissm qualities

and extremely Bign resouvwn, -ven
at wide apertures.

Coupled to this advancement in

lens mana'acture is the equa'Jy
important increast in film speeds.
A camera ,fan equipped with an
F2 lens and a roll o Tri-X film
can handle almost any "existing
light" situation.
Tho MmsrtaWfl feature o! the

new high speed films is the Iact
tKat. tho tiitrb smeed has been a-

rhipvpd without accompanying in:

crease in grain structure. ,

The Washington Merry-Go-Round
- : -Cy DREW FEARSON "' '''""I' 1

These two improvements ac account,
count, account, for the increasing accept,
ante of roll film cameras among
iha wnrkine tiress oho ographers.

More realitsic pictures are made
by the use of natural light.

Under certain conditions, me
natural light qualities can be im-.
proved by merely screwing a
No. 1 or No. 2 photo flood lamp
into a regular eiectrica', socket if
the picture taking is being done

indoors. The effect is an ampnti-

Lcation of the normal room, light.

This al ows ttie use o taster snui snui-ter
ter snui-ter speeds and the stopping down
of the tens to give greater depth
of focus.

wARHivrtTOlM In the back-

Mr" rum

roic efforts to uni'.e faction-ridden

France are some unanppy over

tones. .They are:: 1

Overtone No. 1 i-eon uewt-

que, the man. who urg. organucu
the Committees of Public Satcty Satcty-in
in Satcty-in Algeria, has expressed cijon

disapjuovai ot ao uuuups inm-i-ate
policies. More important,; an J
whai he hasn't talked boul, is
his. secM campaign to organize
Committees of Puhlic Safety, i

France itself.
Ma. 9. The two m;n

isters of state whom de Gaulle

iml In Al&eria were vir.uany

locked in a room in Government

House until the de Gauue welcom welcoming
ing welcoming ceremonies were over. They
represented political parties and
the sight wing doesnt like oolii.
cal partis.
nuartniM No. 2 Ft'rdinaiid

Mi tcrand, ex-Minisler of the Inte
rior, was pursued at breakneck

speed through the streets ot fai fai-ij
ij fai-ij by -a gang of Croix de Feint
fascis s, apparently out to still
him. He finally trapped them by
driving into a police compound.
These all add up to the :'act
that de Gaulle's vigorous but mid-dle-of4he-road
policies don't satM,
tti me rieht. They wanl

Francis Green of Rhode Island
was up until midnight twice last
week, Piloting the foreign aid hiii
through the Senate.
Each' morning he was up as U U-sual
sual U-sual at seven; and en one morn'

ing, in the gymnasium 01 ine u
niversity Club where he lives, exi
phatipitii?- nh'vsical education ideas

with uerman miaoieweigm oox'.n?

champ rrana szuzma, in wasii,ns
ton for the Big Brothers b-ixms
bout with Joey Giardello.

! "I'm a wres ler, not a Doxer

ovnlained the oldest memoei m

the Senate in history. : i uscn io
wrestle in the Senate gym, up un

til two years ago, out re Boo

ed, a lit.le sadly, "I've given luat

P" .

"How do you keep so trim
asked Czuzina, looking at Uie Sen Sen-a
a Sen-a or's waistline.
v 'Walking to work every morn
ing and pushing myself J-ay
from the niner tahfe," replied te
sena'lor. "I keep my weight, at 134

and if lUgoes a .:jiiple ol piuinos

over, I just eat ;esv

Whrn the seniLr was asKi 10

nnu fnr lhp newsret-ts.' he :nsisti

ed on ta'kins to .uzina in Gtr

man. The German boxer san. nx nx-erward
erward nx-erward that Green spiJw German

almost wr.tiout an accenr.

j ...
inergy Commission, Strauss bow-

After

STONE CONSULATE

TCTI NTlITf i Turk flIPI A

ornnn of llunsariaB reiucces. a

gcred by rcews of the execntion

ot lmre wagy, stoiieu me iu
mnnist Hunearv i consulate here

Covoral Ul indnas of the consulate

STORY -I were smashed. Police arrestea sev

en of the demons. rators.

military dicta. orship -of..-;; the

Franco variety, believe de uauiie

made too many deals with the.
political leaders to get into pow power.
er. power. They want nothing to do ot n

political parlies.
Communists are watching from
th wmp listening to the over

tones, confident they will inherit

de Gaulle's power. They, iigure
he won't deal drastically enough

with the Vichyites, the rctamiH'
A tV,o ritrhl win? 'which DlaVPU

Him M1V t5" --

footsie .0 the Nazis, But now warn

Franco-type dictatorship.
dp Oanlle may

- ni i -r
tiAMA rVia If oronclrv nf V ratlfO.

thi middle-of-the roaticr wno (viu

finally give way to a governmeii'

of Ihe ex'reme right ol inc. e
treme left.
nMi vntlNG AT 90

Ninetv-vear-old Sen; Theodoia

Green has some o'.her Jiverri-

fied "skeletons" in his closet.
He. Once aught Roman lav." art

Rrrain ITnivprsitV. has- vctt w

in wprs treasurer (f 'h? Sia-

liailrnad and inwtee of the

Rhode Island Trollev Lines, is a

member of .he na'wtnai eoumn oi

the Boy Scouts ef Anwnca.. --
TVK Of-ONE OWN..

Sen. Clinton Anderson, of Mew
Mexico won two long ba ties wi'H
the Eisenhower Administration ui
the last few days; also help:l
score one defeat tor ihe nation.
Afler four steady years of ham
njcring at Adm. Lewis Straus,
he investment hnker whom An

jtn nncidprpfl nnniia uiea : IO

Six mnnthl of ; nrn.-IHIncr

cate the peacetime atomic reactor
at Shippingport, Pa., Ike finally
dedicated it Anderson, wi h Sen Senator
ator Senator fJnro nf Tt i miens mj n.,

gressmen Clarence Cannon of Mii-

wrari, niei rrrce of .Illinois and
Chet Holified of California, h.id
reneateuJy reminded the Adrainis.
tration that Queen Elizabeth rer--

sonally dedicated th Rri Ish

wi h valuer tiau, our mat : l'( j
rrr 'erred golf to Mending the
de-lica ion ceremonies.

iney pointed ou that the Shm Shm-pingport
pingport Shm-pingport project Was prob.i ly
more siRnifif:anf than Spuaik, 'out -the
world knew little about it In-
cause the President preferred Ge -J

lysourg to going to Pittsburgh for
half a oay. v
. Finally, just before Strauss re resigned,
signed, resigned, Ike pushed a button in the
AVhite House which- officially dedi-
. i .J 41.

"im um icacetiiiie reaciur.

tne incident lacKea the drama
that would have surrounded it

had the President flown to the
reactor personally. But six moil hs
after it actually opined, Anderson

unaiiy got tne reactor oeaicatea.

Last week, however, Anderson
ttirew Ilia vnta in th icnlatintiiKtv

who woujd bar foreign aid from
gjing to Poland, Rumania, Hun

gary, and the satellite countries
v hich offer the USA the bijst

tje Iron Curtain.
Sixteen other Democrats lined
u i with him, but they didn't

know any. he.ter. Anderson did.

BUYS PORCELAN STOCK
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) I.T-E
Circuit Breaker Co. announced
tha acquisition of all the capital,
stock of Cartadian Porcelain Co.,
Ltd.. Hamilton, Ont., for $565,000
In Canadian currency plus 10,000
l.T.E common shares. Canadian

Porcelain makes high voltage

f'ersiiii cunsiueici iiii.ju-.l.v v-.,
be the chairman of the Ato.nic ptrcelain Insulators.

I'AGE FIVr

.SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 1953.- -.m:
lit'



r

J

NEW-ELECTED Department commander of the department of

jlhe Panama Canal Zone vrw is Ralph W. Zacnry, whose term
lot office runs until June 8, 1959. He held 'several offices in the
'nasi on denartment and nost levels nrior to beinr elected deiiart-

ment commander. They include: from 1955 to 1956 department
chief of staff under commander Anthony J. Kucikas; from 1956

to 1958 nost commander of rost 38ZZ.

Panama Canal Dept. VFW Convention

Irrontin'ued from Part TMR
lions, one oMhem with Post 3822
nd the other with Post 3835.
Following is the. roster of offi

cers and their respective offices
wuhin both organizations:
SHANGRI.LA, PUP TENT No. 1
Sean Squirrel; .Edmund S. Coe;
B anket Bum, W. W PRice;
Hide Gimlet, J. F. MetCalf;'
Hungry Cootie, D. Hughes;
Custodian ol the Drummy Duf.
fl Bag, C. Cottrell;'
Provost Marshal, F. Greenwood;
I Shirt Reader, S. Samson;
Jimmy Legs, Ri W. Zachry:

Sky PiloVC Hill; .

Pill Pusher, Fi Greenwood; ::'
- Tight Wad 18 Months, G. Marr
turn; 1
Tight Wad -12 Months, S. Sam Sam-onf
onf Sam-onf '
' Tisht Wad 6 months, D. Hughes.
UNA VIA, PUP TENT No. 3

seam squirrel, Leonard u. Al Allen;
len; Allen; , -..
!, Blanket Bum, Fred C. Wagner;

Hide Gim'et, Albin C." Krankow Krankow-sky;
sky; Krankow-sky; . .
: Custodian of the Crummy Duf.
fie Bag, David H. Searle, Jr.;
Hungry Cootie, Wayne W.v Lu Lucas;
cas; Lucas; i
rShyster, Roscoe H. Bryan;
Sky Pilot, William Arnold;
Pill Pusher, Neil A. Doherty;
Provost Marshall, John L. Camp Campbell;
bell; Campbell; -
Hospital Chairman, Wil iam E,
Arnold; -
t Jimmy Legs," William Jv Smith Smith-ers;
ers; Smith-ers; -
News Hound, Solomon J. Kap Kaplan
lan Kaplan 18 Month Tight Wad, Kenneth H.
Weeks -.,.!.
6 Month Tight Wad, Ralph L.
Slawson.
There are a couple "of prospec.
tive members whose applications
hare already been ; accepted, and
they are presently,awaiting their
initiation. They are: Elzie L. Tal.
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TOMMY BOLT kcp a cool -head in the T'ilsa, Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, heat and tock first place tn the U.S. Open Golf
Championship. Bolt fired 71-71-69-72 on the par 70 South Southern
ern Southern Hills course to finish with 283.
He led all the way in the three-day tourney. Bolt
shared 71's after the first round with Dick Metz and Ju Julius
lius Julius .Boros. After the second round Bolt was all a one.
One stroke back was South African Gary Player. Player
finished four off Bolt's pace.
The end of the third ound on Saturday saw Bolt

three shots ahead of the iield. Gtne Littler closed in wan
the tourney's hottest round a 67. It pulled Littler to

BIG TOPIC OP the week in'the Canal Zone was
Ike's signing of the bill Increasing wages of Fed Federal
eral Federal civil service employes by 10 per cent. News of the
MS. !ng came through Friday morning and jubilati t
en i as employes contemplated the reality of
tlx ; raise, a.id how to spend it. Also how to spend
the tidy lump sum they will receive mid-July for the
retroactive payment of the increase s'nee Jan. 12.

Many Zonians planned to use it for their holidays.

O SOVIET-BLOC COMMUNIST rulers reverted to the
murderous brutality of the Stalin era last week
Former Premier Imre Nagy and Oen. Pal Maleter were
executed undoubtedly by order of Soviet Russia
for leading the Hungarian revolt of October, 1958.
It was evident that the executions were perpetrated,
20 months after the Red Army crushed the rebellicn,
as a result of a crisis in the-Communist world.

It was evident also that the crisis was due to fear

raters who do not' benefit from the raira.Representa

tives of Locals 900 and 907 yesterday called on Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian Foreign Minister Miguel Moreno, Jr., to-ask

within three strokes but he blew up in the fourth round his support for a demand for a 10 per cent raise for.

Dissatisfaction was voiced during the week over the
single wage scale measure now awaiting the atten attention
tion attention of House-Senate conferees. "Local-raters were
warned that only a few hundred of them will receive

wage increases as a result of the bill. The only ben

Meanwhile, hard on the heels of this news,' local In Russia, the Red-ruled countries of Eastern Europe

l.,.ma P.nlt olnno at the hea l of the field

The win was worth about $8,000 10 Bolt who used
a new-found self control to win the game. Some 20,030
spectators were on hand for the final 36 holes.

and Communion China of "Titoism" the movement

toward independent Comrf t ism, free of Kremlin do domination,
mination, domination, led by President Tito of Yugoslavia.
The executions shocked the entire freek world. They
were denounced formally by Allied and neutral gov governments.
ernments. governments. They led to riotous anti-Russian demrn demrn-strations
strations demrn-strations before Soviet embassies in foreign capitals.
- Comment by President Eisenhower and "other Allied
leaders made It plain that the executions hH further

weakened anv belief that a summit confer t ce with

' T": k.,,.,r. VA Rminhoa nt thff PhilndelDhia PhilS

thinks he can make a comeback. Bouchee has been tak efit which will apply to a large group of Local Raters Russia on cold war Issues could be fruitful

"in- psychiatric treatment after being arrested on a mo-; wi on us icuicubh, ; -.
i"?.r;L" .intor in Knnkanc Washington. Nevertheless, most local rate labor leaders welcomed

the bill as a first stx to givim? eaual ooport- pity to
Panamanians? working In the Canal Zone.

The promising rookia of last season said the people
he has met in Philadelphia have been "wonderful" to

him The Phils say thev have received numerous letters , . .
J A. VJ ,j,hi HnnphP rAfiirn md civini? him en- The constitutional Guarantees which were suspend-
ln ?nPfmPn 8 ed on Ma 22 ln th Republic during the student riots
Commissioner Ford Frick said he must decide whe- re restored by the pem
ther the return of Bouchee will be in the best interests of tee of the atlonal Assembly on Monday, thus bring-
V "u", p. ;w .aa-a rc t talk with th ing the republic back to normal. Tihs brought a reac-

oungster. Frick said "I am not going to put uoucnee
on the active list because the Phils need a'first baseman
- nor am I going to persecute him just to prove I'm
against sin." -
The manager of the once surprising but lately fading
San Francisco Giants calls the current Eastern Swing
CruciM." -:
Bill Rigney said his Giants Will stay right up there
If they can mach or better the 14-8 record of their last
Eastern trio. The Giants, after a fast start, have lost
seven of their last nine games and dropped into second
plac. vK"".".'- -X "j;'':'"1-:
Itignev has hiqh raise for his rookies.; pafticular pafticular-lv
lv pafticular-lv Jim Davenport, Orlando Ceoeda and Bob Schmidt.
Tut th kiDter of the Giants admits he has two main

worries. Bteney ha been unable to decide on a pitching
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Totntion and second baseman Danny O Connell Is out with nonced during the week

tlon from te local Press who had been under "vol

untary" -r ( sorship but with, the restoring of civil
liberties wj" able to publish photographs and accounts
of the rioting government censors had forbidden at
the time, s
- An echo of the troubles remained, with four stu students
dents students and two non-Etui rts still in Balboa jail" for
tresspassing on Curundu military reservation armed
with Molotov cocktails and other weapons while elud elud-insr
insr elud-insr the National Guard cordon round the university.
President Ernento de la Guardia Jr. was quoted as
saving he would personally intercede to press for the
release of these youths. 1
Despite a damaged chamber at Pedro Miguel locks,

a record in, the number of Canal transits was an-

a rib Injury

The Baltimore Orioles have signed" an 18-year-old
fciph school pitcher for an estimated $80 000 bonus. -Fam
director Jim McLaughlin said John Paoa receiv received
ed received the second large? bonn the Orioles have Paid. The
ton was .11.VOOO o Dave Nicholson last year. Papa will
vnrlr out with th" Orioles fw dvs, then renort to
Wucficld. West Virginia, of te all rooVie Appalachian
League, He hails from Stratford, Connecticut.
- HefvvWeicht rhallenwr Rov Maris is confident he
will mat n food showing aganst Floyd Patterson in their
Au"""t t'Oe hmit.
Harris, scheduled t go for the crown at Los Ange Ange-Ips
Ips Ange-Ips on Au"nst 4. said: "Vvs seen Patterson on television.
p looVs fast and is a cood puncher but I think I'm
faster." Promor Al Wmil has g"araieod the challenger
fiom ut "8 Shoot. Texas, a flat. 100.000 guarantee.
Patteon VH re""5v 5ft rwr cnt of the "ate which could
, be a psv night of SaO.COO, fr the champion.
T-ightweisht FranVie Hvff win an unnonular JO'mund
fieri!ion Monday in New York over Tommy Tibbs of Bos Boston.
ton. Boston.
Tihs niirued pvff in pverv round and banged away
wi'h left hooV ia th h'odv anfT overhand riehts t'fthe
h"nd. TJ" hurt Rvff the: "oH and swarmed nil over
on th ro"-S; H"ff roHied in th third knociing
. T;h h-ck on hfs heek with, a hard left hook just before
the h-'l.- r ....
'n the fourth Tibh shook Rvff with rights to the
henrf.. Hi lost the eighth n a w blow but staggered
Ryff with an uppercut in the ninth. i, ,,

- An oilman from Oklahoma City has bought unbeaten

Demobilize'

The last pour of concrete in the job of retracing

8000 square feet" of the floor of the East chamber was
made mid-week and it was estimated the chamber
would be ready for use again on Tuesday Just over
two weeks after the damage -due to vwater pressufe
had been discovered.
' Several amendments were made to Canal Zone traf
f'c regulations authorising "Yield rieht of way" signs
rpd authorising. high school, students of 17 to obtain
restricted lnrtruction permits for enrolment in driver
training programs. -V'
- Another ammendment requires drivers to come to
a full "ston before turning on a red traffic signal, 'I'd
safetv chains are now required on trailers and tow towing
ing towing vehicles..

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Fine-uayjng Is to be made easier. It is now possible,
and arouncemenfc by Governor Potter said, to pay.
fines, on either side of the Isthmus Irrespective, of
where the offence Is committed.
'There were feaw early in the week that the Pana Panama
ma Panama lirer Cristobal may be delayed in New York ow-'
lng to a marine engineers' strike in Gulf and Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic coast ,ports. The Crist6bal was not affected, how however,
ever, however, and sailed south on schedule Tuesday.'..
.The Col6n Free Zone attained Its. tenth birthday
last week and all those corfiected with this pioneer
venture in International- commerce were able to pat
themselves on the back at the strides made by the
Free Zone which now accomodates branches of many;
leading firms.
Visitor of the week to the Canal Zone was Col. John

D. McElheny, Lieutenant Governor designate who is

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Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said at a
press conference in Washington that the United
States might find it recesary to give military sup support.
port. support. inclur,i',s! troop!?, to the government of Lebanon. V
. Lebanese government forces re flwhtin". rebels who
are receiving military support from the United Arab
Republic. r1.-
Nasser has supnorted the rebels and most likely
fomented the entire rebellion -I in hone that he can
overthrow President Camille Chamo'iv and absorb
Lebanon into his Egypt-Syria-Yemen bloc.
British x Prime Minister Harold Macmillan offered
the island of Cyprus limited self-government for a
psven-year period In hone of ending the bitter rild.
increasingly dangerous dispute over Its sovereignty.
Greece demands the Island. Turkey, which posses possessed
sed possessed it before Britain took it over, says that in no
rtrtfumstanes will it permit Greece to -have It. Feel Feeling
ing Feeling Is so intense that the nomlbility -of a Greek Greek-Turkish
Turkish Greek-Turkish war. is not ruled out "V
Under the Macmillan plan, the Greek and Turkish
Cypriots would each hpve representative governmsnt
In their communities. There also would be a central
council, presided over bv the British governor, to di direct
rect direct overall Intrral affairs.
Greece and Turkey would be invited to send dele-
gates to eoorjerate with the governor.
The plan leaves the waw open for a change-of status
after the BJven-year period.
The Soviet government published a letter which
Premier Niklta S.-Khrushchev sent to President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower it May U in a bid to obtain a Summit con conference
ference conference on its own terms.
Annoyed Tiy what It' considered an attempt to use
the Khrushchev letter for propaganda purposes, the
United States retorted by publishing documents on
,the Summit negotiations which ; the Touted States,
British and French ambassadors had conducted in
Moscow with Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko.
. The result of the incident was to Interrupt the Mos Moscow
cow Moscow negotitaions.
Favor-giving millionaire Bernard Goldfine regirter regirter-ed
ed regirter-ed last month under an assumed name ft a swank

Washlns'ton hotel three blocks from the White House.
The House lnf hrnce-investlgatlng subcommittee,
which disclosed Presidential Assistant Sherman Ad Adams'
ams' Adams' alleged influence-for-favors relationship with
Goldfine, has subpenaed the Sheraton-Carlton's re records
cords records In line with Its study of other hotel records.
Hotel records have figured strongly the rnibcom--mittee's
Investigation. It has brought out that Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine paid hotel bills for Adams at New York's'Wal-dorf-As-toria,
the Mavflower Hotel ln Playmouth,
Mass., and $2000 In bills at the jSheraton-Plaza In
Boston.
At the same time, these developments broke in the
subcommittee's Investigation:
. Subcommittee members called for rn Immediate
move to obtain Goldfine's Income tax returns to learn
whether he wrote off his gifts to Adams as business
expenses. Adams said thev were part of a long-standing
family exchange of gifts.

One memoes Rep. John B. BeTett (R-Mlch.),

from Larry MacPhail for $100,0(W: : Mcai called for an Immediate full lnvestleation of all

. Travis Kerr, the new owner of the two-year-old geld- on xne xsinmus masing a wiree-weeK preview pi nis Gojafinc's contacts with the Federal government over

lng, had bought "Round Table" early

ported $175,000. Round Table now ranks

' nd ''Nashua" as the only millionaire of the turf world

; Demobolize made it three out of three Saturday by tak
ing the Christiana Stakes atDelaware Park. t ;

Mrs. Ada Rice'j "Jud)?e" won his first Stakes event
this year by taking the $20,000 added Shevlin Stakes at
, Belmont Park. .j ;'; ' : ,-:y t
Judge took the lead from second-place "Fleet Feet",
at the head of the stretch and went on to post a length
and a half victory. "Admiral's Joy" finished third in the

seven furlong sorint for three:year-olds. Tn other feature
races, VGert's Image" won the .!20,000 added Misty Isle

in 1957 for a re- nf,ViJA inspection ofthe last 10 yearg inclU(ung any lucrative Kovernm-nt
with "Citation" all Canal Zone Installations. ?v contrct.-u- -i

Summer courses started In the Canal Zone, and Tm.k- wnnon. .tra. it aa

over 200 residents enrolled at the Canal Zone Junior ; tton of a aStiS'vt-mm
r.nii,. i TJoivot loam -ntv.in fmt oiomAntarif ll0.n P1- uoioiine comoany aiier receiving -a pnone

can irom me wmte House, -me editor-or NewsweeK

and"
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College in Balboa-to learn anything from elementary

psychology to rapid reading. , v -

on the Atlantic side, however, tne aesire to improve

said the Niswer to the SEC statement would be pro-

manuc siae, nowever, ine aesire io improve vAaA wi,- t.h Hlvnmmitt rinn. v.oriny ivt

Is not so apparent .among resldenta. There Is only ..if t ... 6

one course on the Atlrntic eiae in driver training,
for which 11 students have enrolled. (

The new $20,000,000 high-level bridge over the Ca

nal at Balboa came Into the limelight egaln last week

Republicans brought into the orjen their sharp
lntra-party struggle over whether President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower should keep Adam in the White House as his
top aide: 1 ..

Aftef Senate Republican Leader William P. Know

ner In the $15,000 added Salvator Mile Handicap at Monmouth.

Stakes at Arlineton Park and "SonnV Dan" was the win- an.d u .was -S0""0." .Pre.p"tl0" W0Z.., An land (Calif.) called President Flsenhower Thurs

day to "careruily weigh" his decis? t to keep Adams,
Jour other GOP Senators Braised the President for
"not permitting himself to be stampeded" Into firing
.his chief assistant. -r-'-s-. -:. -;.:r---,.;'
"We feel that; ..Adams should now be "given a
chance to do his Job," said Sens. George .6 Aiken
(Vt), Fr'pk Carlson (Kan.), Ralph E- Flanders (Vt.)
and Jacob K. Javits (N.Y.) in a joint statement
'Thursday ."'k'- rv--------v;:. - ;
- Rens. Harr G. Haskell Jr., (R-Del.) and Charles E.
Chamberlin(R-Mich.) Joined a "dump Adams" drive
started bv several other Republicans seeking reelec reelection
tion reelection this fall.
The disclosure of Goldfine's secret stopover at the
Sheraton-Carlton Hotel c me as the subcommittee
appeared to be preparing to summn him for ques

tioning this weeic. r : --v:

. The President of the Sally Lea eue reports attendance
!n the league is down 23 per cent from last year but
that he ln't worried.
- Sam Wolfson paid Macon. Georgia, is the only team
showing a boost at the turnstiles Macon's attendance is
....no some 45 per cent. Wolfson said he expects things fo
Improve as the race tightens. He also stresses that all
ix Sally League teams are tn good financial shape.

Middleweight Yama Bahama is thinking" of nVoDn'ng
flown one division after beating Kid Gavilan Wednesday
' night at Miami Beach.
Bahama said he felt strong at 151 and one-aimrter
pounds but that he would be a Iqt faster at 147. That's

full sw'Mir. Thousands of feet of rock core have al

ready been drilled along the proposed alignment of
the bridge which has cost $40,000 so far.
For Panama, the bridge Is expected to bring tre--mendous
advantages both with regard to the imme immediate
diate immediate employment situation and supply of materials
and from a lons-range po'nt of view.
'. Peak employment on the bridge isNexpected In a a-bout
bout a-bout 18 months.
The construction of the bridge is one of the com commitments
mitments commitments In the 1955 treaty between Panama and the
' U.S.

the welterweight limit and Bahama has his eye bn the
title of Virgil Akins.
Gavilan said: "I may retire.' I'm getting a little too
old to give the fans what they expect from me to win,"

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