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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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ONLY $7.20 Down Payment
30-day tourist round trip.
BRANIFF
PANAMA OFFICE, 2-0975 COLON 179
CANADIAN
WHISKY
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1958

TEN PFNTI

4

This Week's Checks

To Show Pay Raises
Paychckt which will be received this week by the
several hundred classified and postal employes in the
Canal serVice will look substantially more attractive, ac according
cording according to the current issue of the Panama Canal Review.
The Payroll Branch has announced the ten percent
pay increase for the two groups will be reflected in the
checks to be delivered Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
and Wednesday. The lump-sum, payments for the retro retroactive
active retroactive fifcweases will be made sometime before the next
regular payday, but not likely before Monday, July 14.
There will be a slight difference in the amount of the
paychecks for the first two pay periods because of a
change in the method of computation established in the
pay-raise legislation. The maximum amount of difference
will be 79 cents. These differences will occur only in the
paychecks delivered next week and two weeks later.
Thereafter, the biweekly pay will be uniform.
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lantly received by classified jmd 7flnfi Ta Urn Ma AH

Castro Contacts Red

Cross

postal workers for three mairi

reasons; xney arc Bwu m
more money; they had seen two
prospective raises vetoed awl
classified salaries have lagged
behind those of other main em employe
ploye employe groups for the past several
years.

With the ten percent Increase
just granted, the accumulated
nay increase for classified em employes
ployes employes since 1950 aggregates 30

percent.
An average of 58 percent wage
Increase lias been received m
Sis same period by employes
paid at locality rates.

The percentage of the Wage
Board group, one ggg
groups, has been approximately
50 percent since 1950
for this group art based or i those
of like occupations to e "rdted
States rffo whom lanes advt?
'Seated in1 post-war period.
The local -rate pay increases
have varied percentagewise lar lar-eelv
eelv lar-eelv because most of those m
.creases have been across-the-vinorrt
and on a basis of cents
Sow This .of course, result resulted
ed resulted ma Wgher percentage m m-rrense
rrense m-rrense for those in the lower
categories and lew for the high high-er
er high-er grades.
' nimuc vave had

onlv three Increases since 950,
these beins 10 oercent in 1951
7.5 percent in 1955, and 10 pei
cent this year.
Local -rate pay increases and
adjustments have been made
five times since 1950 witn
across-the-board increases in
S Hnd 1956. During this period
the minimum wage has been in
created from 20.cents to 50 cents
an hour.
Salaries for Wage Board em em-soiaries
soiaries em-soiaries iu J.., -nnual-

ployes are yaried

lv ana u-j.vaw t j.i
Sm the many- off

being basea on -,: v,
in like occupations in the United

States
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In Teddy Roosevelt

Centennial Tribute

Preliminary plans are now be being
ing being made for a Canal Zone cele

bration of the centennial oi ui
v4fv. r,f oreoirient, Theodore

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Roosevelt, during whose presi

dency construction oi tne L-a.noi
was started.
President Eisenhower recently
proclaimed 1958 as Theodore
Roosevelt Centennial Year and
the Zone program will be part of

a nation-wide observance.
The celebration here will take
place from November 9-15, the
week that President Roosevelt
made his historic visit to the
Isthmus 52 years ago.
Tt o,irl was t.he first time that

a president of 4i JJnited States
has left the country during his

term Of office.
Plans for the Canal Zone ob observance
servance observance are being prepared by a
special advisory committee ap appointed
pointed appointed hv novernor Potter. Mrs.

n R Mnflnrmark. of Ancon. is

Executive Chairman of the
ParifwTatifo fommittee: Gerard

K. Schear, of Margarita, is her

Atlantic side counterpart, iney
will, coordinate plans through

William G. Arey, Jr., Panama ca-
nnl Information Officer.

nnp nf the maior features of

the ranfll 7,one's week-long tri

bute to Roosevelt will be a cere

mony at which a bust of the late
President will be dedicated.
Renresent.at.lves of the American

Society of Civil Enginners will

present a plaque to tne Manama
Canal, honoring one of the seven
civil engineering wonders of the

United states.

a commemorative stamn will

also be issue at the time of the

Canal Zone Roosevelt Centennial
celebration. Details of its design

will be announced later.

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EIGHTEEN MAJORETTES, children of military personnel stationed at Albrook Air -Force Base and Fort Clayton, added
colorful bit of variety to the Independence Day parada in Bal boa on Friday. (Official Air Force Photo)
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Talks Out Of Turn

To Uphold Tradition,

But Breaks It Too

LONDON (UPD Trooper John
Tedbury of the Life Guards was
up at dawn, polishing his boo s
for half ah hour and buffing his

helmet until he could see nis re
flection.

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SIX TANKS from Company D, 34th Armor of Fort Kobbe fired a 48-gun salute, on the occa occasion
sion occasion of the 4th of July The salute was executed at noon in front of the Fort Kobbe Post
Chapel which overlooks the parade field. 1st Lt. James A. Cooper, officer of the day, and a
member of fie tank outfit, was in charge of the salute firing which formally marked the
U.S. Independence Day. (U.S. Army Photo by Sp3 Joe Tomko)

Letter Writers Are In For Lick 'Em,

Stick 'Em Time Till New Stamps rrive

ifh,h n four-cent "reE-'areen: the 15 cent stamps,! use In the umteo btates oniy,

lar" stamps and several new lavender; the 25-centers, yellow; .for those who nave urgent bus -?ffa5ff?.
oi, m II land those of the 35 -cent eno- ness or other reason to use this

That was one of the reasons stamDS are on order for the Ca-, minatlon, indigo

hy he shattered years of trani-lnal Zone DOstal system, Zonian

Top Medical Men

Coming To Zone

To Check Hospitals

Severn 1 Imnnrtant. 1 icmrps In thp

hospfSl worW ivill converge on

tne tanai iione tnis montn ana
results of their visits may have
far-reaching effects, the Panama
Canal Review said in its current
issue.
The first, nf these visitors will

be Dr. W. John Dawson, a mem

ber of the staff of James A. Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton Associates, a firm of hos

pital consultants with head

quarters in Minneapolis. He is

due nere tomorrow.
The second visitor will be Dr.
Elwin L. Crosby, of Chicago, di director
rector director of the Joint Commission

on Accreditation of Hospitals,
whlrh Is rnmnnsert nf the Amer

ican College of Physicians, the
American College of Surgeons,
the American Hospital Associa Association,
tion, Association, the American Medical As

sociation and the Canadian Me Medical
dical Medical Association.

Proshv Is arriving .Tulv 14 and

will remain on the Isthmus for

about a week. He will inspect
Gorgas and Coco Solo hospitals
during that period. Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital Is already accredited by the
Commission. Crosby' Inspection

there will De ior tne purpose 01
renrcrpHitatlon Corn Solo Hos

pital is preparing for accredita-

ton.

riawsnn will he the first, of sev

eral representatives of the James
A. Hamilton Associates to visit

the Canal Zone in the next few
weeks The firm has been retain

ed by the Health Bureau, in ac

cordance with recommendations
In the Fa 1k Rerjort, to make

what hospital administrators

know as "space study."

Offers To Free

Cuban Soldiers,

No Word on Yanks

GENEVA, July 5 (UPI) Cuban rebel chief Fidel Cas
tro has offered to hand over "unconditionally" to the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Red Cross all the Cuban army wounded and sick now
in his hands, the International Red Cross announced to today.
day. today. ;
The Red Cross said it had informed the Cuban Red
Cross it was holding a special delegate ready to leave
Geneva for Cuba as soon as arrangements could be made
for thp hnnH-ovpr i

"Unable to reply directly to this message (from Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro) because of the lack of an exact address," the
announcement said, the International Committee of the
niN i.i i.i i

Rea cross nas arranged to oroaacasr its reply through
Swiss shortwave transmitters over the wavelengths reserv
ed to the Red Cross by international agreement.
tl. I l l- i : !. j. : Li j -n t-J

i ne uruuui-usis win ucgin lure runignr ana will De
repeated at intervals until confirmation is received that
the message has gotten through.

It was learned that the Cuban
rebels have telegraphed the In International
ternational International Red Cross on several
previous occasions, requesting
medicines or other aid.
jfoch Hme t.he International

V 1 v,
Red Cross, following the usuall

protocol, has passed tne request
n t the r.uhan Red Cross.

n,v,ih has reinilarlv renorted it

could manage without interna

tional help.
This is the first time any
reference has been made to
army prisoners held by the
rebels, whose telegram offer offered
ed offered to turn over all the wound wounded
ed wounded and sick. It gave no exact
figures but indicated there
was a considerable number of
men involved.
Meanwhile U.S. consul Park

otauiwo v. v" i

why he shattered years of trsni-lnal Zone p0stal system, Zonians

tionDy moving anu laming ""'"-.may at first nave to nian.e uu

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rod BIG They're not draft-1
ing the diaper set in France as
yet, which just at well for,
the quarterister's department.
This young fellow found a
itandard issue helmet a bit
large when he was brought to
visit aboard a troopship in the
harbor at Casablanca, Morocco.

on duty in Whitehall and

front of tourists.
It was partly the hard work but
it was also the hot sun, the heavy
helmet, his restive horse and his
aching shoulder from holding his
sword .cocked to his shoulder, mo motionless,
tionless, motionless, for hours at a time.
But mainly it was because of a
self-appointed guide who told a
pi-nun nf American tourists the

boots really were patent leather

and didn t need sninuig ana nc

helmet was tarnisn prooi anu
needed no care.
It Was this remark which
caused Tedbury to move his horse
up a pace, point the sword at the
throat of the guide and tell him
in front of the startled tourists:
'You're a liar."
"I did it to uphold the tradition
of the 1-egiment," Tedbury said.
"The pide was spouting a lot of
bull bdou: the men and the drill
of the Household Cavalry and it
made, me sore."
Ti. f!hl the Marauess of Douro.

the carp's commanding officer
and a descendent of Wellington,
the Iron Duke, dismissed the
charge of talking on duty an;l
gave Tedbury a warning. He said
he had taken into account the ex-'-nuating
circumstance.
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service. It won't do a bit of good
in nut o cnenlnl rieliverv stamD

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The air-mail envelope will be on a letter to a local address. It

emhnceeri tt. s now. Dut tne ; won t eet mere any suunci

stamp will be prinetd in bright
red instead of the present blue.

Embossed envelopes ior reguin
mail will also be available in two
sizes, small and large, with the
embossed stamp in blue instead
of the present purple.

with combinations oi otner

stamps when postal rates in increase
crease increase Aug. 1, the Panama Canal
Review announced yesterday.
The four-cent stamp, air mall
stamps denominations of five
seven, 15, 25, and 35 cents, and
stamped envelopes for both reg regular
ular regular and air mail have been or
t.h "Bureau of E i

Uttu

graving in Washington, mcv

may not, however, arrive u ; "4 An .T lv 1 an-eent

after the rate change is eiecwve. -j Sal' delivery

Vlllll.v.n Ji"- J-

Aithrniiorh Zonians mav have

to wait for the new stamps, they

to wait tor tne new stamps, wry """-''t r
are already enjoying a service AmtaH fcrf Robert G

which they have been asKing iur

Until the new stamps and
stamped envelopes do arrive,
7imiont win have to add a one-

ceht stamp to the present six six-cent
cent six-cent air mail stamp to make up

the new air mail letter rate, puu
turn two-pent. stamDS on "boat

mall" letters to account for the

new four-cent "regular man
rate, or make up their own com

binations.

All of the new air mall Issues
,ni use the fiirrent. air mail de

signs with new dominations

substituted for the present six six-cent
cent six-cent figure. They will come in
colors like a ralnbo.

The five-cent air mall stamps,
to be used on post card after

August 1. wm oe orignt green

stamps went on sale in all Canal

Zone post omces ana Drancn
nnct nffleen The 80 cents Is nOW

the going rate for special dell-

very in the state rememDer

the good old days wnen a special
delivery stamp cost a dime?

The stamps intentea ior

the seven-cent atamps, olive months ago.

POLES FLEE TO DENMARK
nnF.NNE. Denmark (UPI)

Three Polish seamen asked for"

asylum in Denmark Friday after
locking their captain and two crew
men In a cabin and sailing lo
Roenne on the Danisi Baltic is is-lad
lad is-lad of Bornholm.
The refugees, an engineer and
n niirnnlwiic tnlH nn I i 10 t lC V

had planned their escape many

Americans Provided

With Fireworks
By Lebanese Rebels

BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI)-U.S.
mhassarinr Robert G. McClin-

tock said that stray bullets, ap ap-narentlv
narentlv ap-narentlv from rebel euns. ziooed

over his yacht toaay wnne ne
and his son David were sailing in
Beirut's harbor.
McClintock said he thought the
bullets were not aimed at him.
The yacht, Virtue III, which
ws ru inn an American flag, was

not damaged and no one was in

jured.

McClintock disclosed the Inci

dent at a restricted Fourth of

July reception held after the reg regular
ular regular open house garden party at
the U.S. Embassy was cancelled.

Thev will nnalvze the sDace in

the 11 buildings at Gorgas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, see how It Is being used,
and study the operating func functions
tions functions of the hospital as thev af af-f'rt
f'rt af-f'rt spare requirements. They
will then develop a schedule of
departmental snace needs for the
immediate expansion program
anrl suhmit recommendations

both as to the use of the hos

pital's present facilities and oi

new construction.

1
LOCAL 907J
The new board of officers of
Local 907 GCEOC, CIO-AFL will

be installed tomorrow night at
the rasa Hel Perlodista durinc a

ceremony which will get under

way a 7 o clock.

Fvneoted to attend Is Foreign

vrinuter Mlcuel .1. Moreno in ad

dition to other Panama and Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone officials and labor
union representatives.

Headed by Alfred J. Morris, the

ner officers lneiuae: victor

Franco, vice president; Ricardo

Martin, secretary-treasurer, ana
Hesketh Mlnnott, recording secretary.

Amicable Settlement

Sought By Actress,
Bandleader Husband

nm t vwnnn mpn Actress

Mamie Van Doren and bandleader
Rav Anthony conreded Friday

that their three-year marriage

had run into trouble because oi

career contacts ana saia mey
would seek an "amicable settle

ment."
The ehanelv hlonde star and An

thony released a joint statement,
prepared prior to Mamie's de departure
parture departure for Italy on a movie as assignment.
signment. assignment. "We regret very much that we
saven't been able to make a go of

it. especially because ol our two

year-old son, Terry, whom we

both love very mucn, tney saia.
"It has been difficult for us be because
cause because our conflicting careers have
kept us separated so murh of the
time," the statement concluded.
Miss Van Doren said that when
she returns from Italy, she
and Anthony will "try to work out
an amicable settlement" with the

help of attorneys.
Anthony and Miss Van Doren
married Aug. 29, 1955, at Toledo,
Ohio, afler a much-publicized rp

mance. It was the second mai-

riage for both.

Wollam was expected to return 1
today to the mountain hide- 1
out of Castro's brother Raul1
in another effort to free Mwl

Americans andXanadiuMVUfa

It was Wollam who flew into
rehel tprfltim k v,k-..

pweek and won the freedom!

.uui .mud icans ana one Cana Canadian.
dian. Canadian. But arrangements for re-
Inn, . l i

' me otners couapsen
mysteriously Thursday and fur further
ther further helicopter flights' were ban-

. The United States emba

nere and U.S. officials' In Guajl

tlffht h o.b-of uj. ..

tiation but the Navy relaxed the1
rule sufficiently to say Wollam
would return to the rebels in
the very near future

it Was undersfnnnH

leaving today.

he

was

T.ehanpse rebels suDolied what

fireworks there were.
The crump of a mortar and the
crackle of ri'le fire interrupted
the guests' conversation as they
sipped drinks in the ambassador's
garden near the center of Beirut

BAT BOA TIDES
MONDAY, JULY 7

High
7:59 a.m.
S:12 p.m

Pacific Side Begins
Summer Recreation

Programs Mondjy

Pacific kIHp summer recreation

programs will get under way to

morrow at Bamoa Hign acnooi

and Diablo Elementary scnooi.
The schedule at Balboa High
Krhnni whlrh will accomodate

children from Anchn, Balboa and

Panama city, includes: cake

decorating. Room 204; Flower ar arrangement,
rangement, arrangement, Room 216; and
donees Room 208. Arts and

crafts Masses will be held In

Room 202 for children 6 and 7
years old: Room 203. girls 8 and
9 years: Room 207, girls 10 to 12
years; Room 209, boys 8 and 9
years; Room 214, boys 10 to 12

.years.

Children from Diablo and Los
Rios will be eccomodated at the

Diablo Elementary scnooi

Wollam flew tn Uo,,.n. ...i

. "v. imvaurf yea-
terday for talks with ambas-
en TT m. 1 in m

?"UUi &'i a- smith and re returned
turned returned to Guantanamo Bay last

One spokesman said the ifti
formation ban came directly
from Washington which now has
a direct teletype line from the
State Department to the U S.
Embassy here.
"Things are cooking but the!
lid is still on," the American,
source said.
J!1,,?,as taken t0 "nl
that U.S. officials still were were-dickering
dickering were-dickering with the rebels on!
how to free the kidnap yic-1
tims and that none of the

prisoners actually had started I
back to his home. i
Five. prisoners four Ameri Americans
cans Americans and one Canadian were
brought out to the big u S.
Navy base at Guantan

Wednesday night by Navy heli helicopter.
copter. helicopter. The airlift was to have re re-sumed
sumed re-sumed at dawn Thursday but id
was called off when Navy offi officials
cials officials could not get information
uom the rehel run ttrh aa iL.

remaining prisoners were be being
ing being held.
Thev ore KalfAj i ,

usiicvcu ocaiierea in
small groups of three or four

ww oierra crystal and
bierra Meastra ranges where Fi Fidel
del Fidel and Raul Castro roam witl
their rebel bands.
Apparently the rebel lead leaders
ers leaders suddenly concluded that
U.S. Navy helicooters in such
an airlift could spot rebel
hideoufs for the Cuban gov government
ernment government army.

T
Three U.S. Airmen
Fined For Straying
Into East Germany
WEISBADEN, Germany (UPI)
July Three U.S. airmen were
fined yesterday for straying
across the border into East Ger Germany
many Germany after a party at theU
border unit May 20.
The men were returned to the
West eight days later.
All three men were convicted
of absence without leave, illegxl
entry into the SOviet rone, and
disorderly conduct.
Ale Ernest H. Myne. 33. oj
Garrett Bend, W. Va., was fined
$D0. A2C David W. Bernhardt,

ii, oi uesoia. mo., ana A2C byi

W I L1MUJU I i I 1 1 I ) I v oiivv,,. I wdvvm, mj,, euu
i A9 rv, Reiristrnt ions ran still be made L Burke 22. of Codlnatfin. 8. D..

2:13 p.m. up to tomorrow. were lined $430 each.

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PAGE TWO
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, JUIY 6, 1951

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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T THB PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS. INC

snuMBso sr nelson munhviu m was
HARMODIO ARIAS. EDITOR
it, n street p. o. box 34 panama. r op
telephone 2-0740 is line i
Cable Acorese. panamerican. Panama

12 178 Central Avenue between 1 2 rw an 19th Struts

FORE10N REPRESENTATIVEK, JOSHUA 8 POWERS. INC.
40 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK. 17 N V.
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MONTH, m ADVANCE 1 .70 BO
SIX MONTH IN 9 SO IS OO
N1 TEAR IN ADVANCE 18 BO 24 OO

THIS IS YOUK FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
Tks Mil 5ox H) R opR forum toi reader, of The Panama American
' Letter? srs iscstvs sratetully and are handled la a wholly confidential
. manner.
If rou contribute a letter don't ba impatient it it doesn't appear the
, next day. Letter are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identify of fetter writers is held in strictest confidence
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
i expressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
o
THEATER FIRE HAZARDS
Bit:
A couple of letters have appeared in the Mail Box recently
knocking Lhe managers ot ceruun ineaters lor charging an ad admission
mission admission of $1 almost every weekend. h,..lt ,nr ,1Prself)
The water ot tnose pieces, who calls himself (or nerseti)
"Fleeced," is right 100 percent. I have discussed the mater witn
several of my movie-going friends and Uiey agree that the raps
;tn
'decided to cut their prices to 75 cents. But watch out they aie
,K5 for things to cool off before they start hitting taeir vic-
TheVbeSe'accustomed to that sweet $1 pie that
''riTZXjr neV& "anbuse they have
Wn getting by with for a long time without a word ever faav faav-taK
taK faav-taK been written about it in the Mail Box, to my knowledge
m Have you noticed how they over-sell tickets until sometimes
(hundreds of persons are moving about or standing in the aisles
and other areas of the theaters while shows are going on?
Apart from the inconvenience that the seated patrons suf suf-fer
fer suf-fer by having the screen partially or completely blocked from
itheir view, just think what a catastrophe it could be if a fire were
to break out in a movie house when such a situation existed,
. And it's not only the first-line theater managers who are
uuiltv of this offense. You'll find the same situation In the
'cheap theaters too, whether they be in the city s slum areas
m aTbe0Utheretis no way Panama's office of price control can
'intervene to protect movie fans from being overcharged, but I m
'sure the fire department can take steps to see thai overcrowding
'is kept to a minimum in the local theaters.
1 If the authorities don't take steps to end this practice,
'there's going to be a lot of weeping and gnashing of teeth one
jday as the result. AfraJd

NARROW-MINDED ZONIANS

Sir:

I want to compliment "Going Home Real Soon (Mall Box,
'July 3) I too have been here a year and wish I was going
'.'home real soon," not because I do not like Panama and our
ifriends there but for the same reasons stated in the letter l
jrefer to. o t h nnt. taWp an Interest

iln the Mail Box, and only read it when I think I can stand it.
m me the crude, rude and unattractive letters in this column
how me the caliber of the people in the Canal Zone. They are
la group of self-centered, nine-times out of ten uneducated
rude and unfriendly people who would not last five minutes at
(home. I am talking of the typical "ditch-diggers' tne Canal
ifZonian, not the service personnel.
' Ask. any number of these happy little narrow-minded and
'smug people -where to buy something in Panama and they will
look at you as if you were mad. The only part Of Panama
BEity they have seen is the corner of Fourth of July and J Street
tSdiere they buy their lottery tickets.
' My husband and I hope to live In Panama. We like the
people there, both Panamanian and Americans. They are in in-'fcrested
'fcrested in-'fcrested in the world around them and can contribute to an
'evening of Intelligent conversation on many and varied topics
including how many ships went through the canal that month
jand where the red snappers are snapping the only conversa conversa-'tlonal
'tlonal conversa-'tlonal topics I have heard in the Zone.
This is a wonderful place to live. It offers so many things.
JO why Zone-dwellers bend over backwards to make it a dis dis-'13sreeable
'13sreeable dis-'13sreeable assignment socially and businesswlse. Shopping in the
Zone means closing your eyes to the dirt and bugs and closing
lyour ears to the bickering and rudeness.
T I agree the nice people did get lost on their way from the
states and the ones that are here now wouldn't dare go home,
if they did they would find themselves a lost little bunch of
'Sheep without a pasture to romp In.
Bo-Peep

INGLORIOUS FOURTH

Sir:

A bigger farce for a parade I have never witnessed than that
Fourth of July spectacle that straggled, stumbled and stuttered down
Balboa Road. The Army Band (or was it Air Force?) went by with
the speed and thunder of a herd of buffalo. The troops, what there
was Ot them, galloped close behind, managing eyes right through
bleary, blood-shot orbs and led by officers so junior that the peach
fuzz still showed on their cheeks. The crowd was there. But where

was the parade?
I guess the Oldtimers can be forgiven for neglecting to salute
the brass when they passed the reviewing stand. Maybe next year
they could ride a float and their weary legs won't affect their will willing
ing willing minds.
And then came the majorettes in their short shorts. (None of
them Navy daughters, of course.) Like a family of young kangaroos
they skipped and tripped and almost flipped. Oh well, their Mom Mommies
mies Mommies loved it. We'll omit the Scouts. At least they looked like they
were trying.
' And for fear of another minor revolution, well also reserve
Judgment on the marching merits of our daughters and dowagers in
the blue shorts. Oops! I mean skirts. Which brings us to the horses,
Which from our rear-end vantage point were a fitting comment on
the whole show.
No Kidding

Peter Edson
. In
Washington

WASHINGTON (nea) The

United States government bean

we new l5H fiscal year on duly
1 wiih the gloomiest peacetime fi financial
nancial financial outlook la its history.
It faces a audget deficit that
may reach 10 oiilion dollars, it
could go even higher d Congress
enacts some of the fancier tax
cut and econoriuc recovery plans
siill under consideration.
Just for the sake of compari comparison,
son, comparison, the budget deficit was U.4

Diuion aoitars m law, last year

or ine Korean war.
the record for Hit 1958 fis fiscal
cal fiscal year which closed Jon 30
isn't too good. Final figurss
won't bt available till August
But present estimates are that
instsad of showing the 400 mil million
lion million dollar deficit which the ad administration
ministration administration estimated last Jan January,
uary, January, it will approach a whop whopping
ping whopping three billion.
Tax receipts, cut by the reces recession,
sion, recession, will be down to 70 billion
dollars instead of the 72.4 billion
anticipated. Expenditures will be
over 73 billion.
This is small change, however,
compared to the outlook for the
12 months ahead. The situation is
so bad that Budget Bureau offi officials
cials officials have started to protest a-

bout it in their nice, polite kind

of way.

Budget director Maurice H.
Stans spelled it out for the Sen.

ate Finance committee in urging

continuation of present tax rates

for another year at least.

Deputy Director Robert E. Mer-

riam delivered another load of

the same in a speech before the

Young Presidents' organization at

Lake Geneva, Wis.

Other administration officials

will have to begin talking this

same language, only louder, if the

country is to be saved from an another
other another high, wide and handsome
spending orgy.
Congress isn't through with the
1959 appropriation bills yet, so
final figures can't be given. But
in brief, this is what has happen happened
ed happened so far, as analyzed by Budget
Bureau:
The Eisenhower administration
asked for 500 million dollars more
for missiles and other new de defense
fense defense programs. It now appears
this will be exceeded by sever several,
al, several, hundred million," says Stans.
Administration and congres congressional
sional congressional actions to overcome the
recession will cost two billion
dollars more than contemplated
in the January budget. This in includes
cludes includes now highway, housing
and unemployment insurance)
benefits legislation, acceleration
of public work projects already
under way.
Other expenditure increases hav having
ing having nothing to do with overcom overcoming
ing overcoming the recession will cost up to
three billion dollars more. The
bumper wheai crop will mean
increased price support payments.
Atomic energy and the new out outer
er outer space agency will be given
more money than was planned.
Three government pay increase
bills costing 1.4 billion in 1959
had retroactive raises tacked on.
payable in July and upping this
year's costs.
The one favorable factor in the
whole situation is that interest
payments on the public debt, esti estimated
mated estimated at 7.9 billion dollars last
January, may be reduced half a
billion because of generally lower
interest rates now prevalent.

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er, however, is that expenditures for the
new fiscal year, instead Of being
at the 74 billion dollar level anti anticipated,
cipated, anticipated, will be close to 80 bil bil-ion.
ion. bil-ion. This is fuslher aggravated by
the fact that tax receipts, instead
of being about 74 bilion dollars
as anticipated, will be down to a a-round
round a-round 70 billion.
With expenditures up six billion
dollars and receipts down four
billion, there's your 10 billion def deficit.
icit. deficit. This is a minimum, unless
present form is reversed.
As Deputy Budget Dirsctor
Merriam points out, there ar
still before Congress bills which
would raise personal incoms tax
exemptions and cut small busi business
ness business and excise taxes for a to total
tal total of 13 billion dollars.
Other bills providing for aid to
education, more public worKs,
community loans, farm income

improvement and pension for all

war veterans over 60 ytars of

age would increase expenditures

by 28 billion dollars a year.

Someday, somewhere, somenow

somebody is going to wake up

to what goes on here, and stop it

( TRAFFIC RIBBON The new, ribWh-like Morrison Street
in Portland, Oregon, is designed to free travel formerly
tied In knots by the old drawbridge over which it lowers, us
VI million 'dollar etrand for Portland's traffic package.

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The 'Torn Thumb," a steam
! locomotive about the size of a
I modern railroad hand car, waa
i the first steam locombtlve de designed
signed designed and built by an Ameri American.
can. American. It was built in 1830 by
PetemCooper of Baltimore. In
a race with a horse-drawn
railroad car, th Tom Thumb
lost because of a slipped drive,
Britannic If. Kneyetoosdla

PRES. EISENHOWER,
V.P. NIXON AND
ASST. PRES. ADAMS
President Eisenhower speaking;
"If anyone ever comes to any
part of this government. .claim .claiming
ing .claiming some privilege. .on the ba basis
sis basis that he is a part of my fami family
ly family or my friends, that he has ny
connection with the White House,
he is to be thrown out instant. .
But if anything came to my at attention
tention attention of that kind, any part of
this Government, that individual
would be gone."
Sherman Adams Speaking in
1954; "This country surrendered
to two decades of Democratic
government that then suffered a
decline in standards of honestry
and created a climate in which
occasionally spies and subversives
and low grade public servants
could and did flourish."
Later he said publicly that
"the people were sick and tired
of reading every day in the pa papers
pers papers about some mischievous ras rascal
cal rascal trying to steal the gold out o-

Fort Knox. The people want ike

to clean up the Government to
make it a Government of which
they can be proud."
No one in Washington, not even
President Eisenhower, has eben
so sanctimonious about honesty in
government.
Of course. Mr. Nikon, who sets

in on all acts, despite his $18,000
gift for personal expenses while a

Senator, also talks piously about

the same subject.

That Sherman Adams let a

friend who was in trouble with
government agencies pay hotel

bills for himself and family a-

mounting to several thousand dol

lars that he got an expensive
coat and a more expensive rug
from the same gentleman, is well
known now. Sherman even put a
25 cent tip on a bill for cracked
ice and glasses, instead of giv giving
ing giving it to the waiter. If he had
done the latter it probab y would
not have been more than a dime.
After all Sherman Adams great greatest
est greatest crime was getting c aught.
President Eisenhower sees nothing
but "imprudence" in the affair
Adams.
Webster defines "imprudence"
as "lacking discretion, want of
caution, and circumspection and
lack of due regard to consaquenc consaquenc-es."
es." consaquenc-es." Even Newsweek, stalwart Re Republican
publican Republican weekly, uses quotation
marks on "imprudence" when it
uses it in connection with; the Ad Adams
ams Adams case.
Vice President Nixon speaking
(wih his usual flair for "frank "frankness
ness "frankness and honesty") rsays; "There
is no comparisoh (in the Adams
case) to the scandals of the Tru Truman
man Truman administration." Then he
cites two hypothetical and anony anony-mous
mous anony-mous cases and adds "ther-; were
many cases of that type. "With
his usual generous regard for gen generalities
eralities generalities Nixon does not cite a
single concrete case.
Although Gen. Eisenhower, Sen Senator
ator Senator Nixon and Sherman Adams
campaigned in 1952 on the issue
of "cleaning up" the "mess in
Washington, the chairman of the
Republican National ommittee,
one Wesley Roberts, had to re resign
sign resign for a crooked political deal.
He got a letter of thanks and con con-gratualtions
gratualtions con-gratualtions from President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. It was during the 192 cam-

Daign that Nixon's $18,000. Ex-

I pense donation came out and was

saved by his wife s ciotn c o a i
and Checkers, a cocker spaniel
puppy. That was YFM President
Eisenhower said of Nixon;" He's
my boy," and "He's as clean as
a hound's tooth."
Here are more cases of "im "imprudence'
prudence' "imprudence' on the part of mem members
bers members of the immaculate Eisenhow Eisenhow-er
er Eisenhow-er team.
Harold Talbdtt, now deceased,
was .orced to resign as Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of the Air Force. He has used
his office and official stationery
to promote personal business, on only
ly only to the extent of about $60,000
a year, but that was too much
for Sherman Adams. Talbott was
let out with highest honors.
Peter A. Strobel was Commis.
sioner of Public Buildings and al also
so also 90 per cent owner of a New
York firm of consulting engineers
with which he was doing lots of
official business. He had to resign
on a suggestion of "conflict of in.
terests," but he, too, got one of
the nice letters of thanks.
Hugh W. Cross, was chairman
of the Interstate Commerce Com.
mission, when a contract that had
been filled for years for service
in Chicago, was cancelled and

given to a newly organized con

cern. He resigned Nov. 26, 1955,
when a Senate Committee beaan

to look into the matter. He also

got a nice letter of thanks for his

services. At about this time it

would have promoted efficiency
and team work to have devised a
form letter of thanks etc.
Edmund F. Mansure was Admin Administrator
istrator Administrator of General Service-! for
the Federal government, when a
committee of Congress began
to ask hard questions about insur insurance
ance insurance and other business in con connection
nection connection with a $43,000,000 expan expansion
sion expansion program for the Cuban Nica.
ro nickel plant. (Recently Fidel
Castro's rebels Captured a couple
of the nickel plant engineers).
'Mansure denied everything, but
rather than have any further ar argument,
gument, argument, he resigned Feb. 6, 1956.
He also got a lorm letter from
the President.

Robert B. McLeaish, a bit of

high brass, in the F'armers'
Home Administration, resigned in
June 1956, on account of "hyper "hypertension"
tension" "hypertension" brought on by a Con.
gressional investigation. Contribut Contributing
ing Contributing causes were heavy whiskey
drinking and other acts that did
not contribute tp the farmers'
homes or home life. His surname
is spe'led in a most suspiciously
alcoholic mannaer. Whash a mat matter
ter matter there? Oh, Robert got a form
letter, too.
Another Robert Tripp Ross,
was one of the 35 or 36 assistant
secretaries of .defense recruited by
"Engine Charley" Wilson. Ross
did not have hypertension but he
did have a wife, who was head of
a firm manufacturing uniforms for
the army. Ross' name still ap.
peared on the letter head of the
firm, but he said he had nothing
to do with the company and nev never
er never even mentioned it to his wife.
But Ross, being high-minded like
Sherman Adams, resigned because
he thought wrong implications
might be drawn irom his wife's
army contracts. Another form let.
ter, of course, and right from the
top.
Not too long ago you must have
read about one Richard Mack, a
so-called Eisenhower Democrat,
who was appointed to the Feder Federal
al Federal Communications Commission by
the President. Well another nosey
Congressional committee, this
time with a Democratic chairman,
began looking into the award of
a television channel in Miami to
an airline, reversing the recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of the commission ex experts:
perts: experts: Well Mack, had a good;
friend, just like Adams' Mister
Goldfine, and equa'ly generous. He
weft! beyond vicuna coats and ho hotel
tel hotel bills and gave Mack an insur insurance
ance insurance company. Mark resigned
Mar. 3, 19598. Another form letter,
please.
Maybe by comparison Goldfine
isn't such a fine friend after all
or he would, at least, have given
Sherman Adams a textile mill.

-

YQU FEARFUL FOOLS, her you are again holding
those misshapen heads of yours (one in eact hand) and
wondering wnat is so wonderful about independence from
everything except hangovers. I suspect the endemic Rus Russian
sian Russian allergy to independence as we understand" it is a
soundly-grounded fear of having to celebrate their in independence
dependence independence day in vodka. Siberia is the lesser fate.
Pausing but briefly to wonder whether the captain
over there at Rodman has yet got it figured out who has
whose on, I proceed forthwith to the contemplation of
serious and urgent matters such as have been lately cele celebrated
brated celebrated by you horrible and odiferoua. rabble, after your
own garbage-stained fashion. .?:
Let us consider, under the general heading; of July 4,
who is truly enjoying the independence do and say what
to who. v :
How many speakers weaved up Friday, clutched the
rostrum, and brusquely informed the gaping listeners tha
they had had enough schooling that, with adequate use of
the excellent libraries available to them, should, do their
own thinking? not enough. "Get out and obrate four own
frontal lobes," ,1 consider to be a spirited message for a
July 4 audience. "Don't expect me to pr-digest your
mental food for you," is a seemly curtain line.
The speaker should then set undeviatrng course for
the free beer, and leave his miserable listeners to try to
figure out for themselves how long it is since they have
read any book more replete with thoughtful information
than the Canal Zone telephone directory, including the
tide table.
Independence itself has much in common with an
Independence Day supply of free beer and hot dogs. It
needs constant replenishing.
Independence includes the right to personally accept
or reject the statements of any president or any bootblack.
It involves the prudent and restrained exercise of these
rights, and is a little richer for the more frequent use of
the expression "I don't knew," coupled with an early in intention
tention intention to find out.
A Panamanian lately looked at me in sorrow as he
indicated a news item concerning a recent Congressional
appropriating for military aid to the nation of Latin
America.
This character is not among those who might be in invited
vited invited to pour their soul and their champagne into the ca capacious
pacious capacious ear of Milton Eisenhower if he visits here some sometime
time sometime this month a classification my friend shares in
common with a great number of Latins who oann at com comprehend
prehend comprehend how the great nation whitjh bears the "banner of
liberty highest seems unable, beyond its own borders, to
distinguish the essence of freedom from the essence of
oppression.
Will someone please tell what is the difference, from
the point of view of the guy who enjoys democratically
fortifying his lungs by the utterance in the market place
of loud cries of."Down with the government," between the
brands of freedom peddled by Trujillo and Khrufi&ev?
But anyway, my Panamanian friend, who sorrowed
in his heart for the US. suggetsed that I remind Amer Americans
icans Americans whe are still shivering there in Valley Forg that
independence includes the right to declare aloud that John
Foster Dulles' njatual security program for Latjp moica
is in effect la socialist fdheme to drive privateeiiter,prise
gunrunners out of business. Anyone hear this as the ffaes
waved Friday? &
.Was there any CZ speaker, on the day which so
felicitously marks the shucking of the chains of oppres oppression,
sion, oppression, heard to ask: .;
1. How many schoolbooks could have been supplied
for the cost of each case of rifles shipped by the US gov government
ernment government to the various Latin American republics.-
2. How many schoolrooms could have been built In
Latin America for the cost of each fighter plane supplied
to the assorted bunches of candy-box colonels in the
area?
3. How many low-cost housing units for the cost of
each bomber so supplied?
4. How many public health and agricultural experts
and consultants for the salaries of all those US military
attaches? 3
5. How many Russians were going to be frightened
by each obsolete US bomber handed down to some un unstable
stable unstable Latin American republic in the name, of "hemisphere
defense"? v
Did any speaker go on to suggest that each bomber'
along with any other mutual security weapons you care
to mention, is about as effective in, hemisphere defense
as my scientific, knowhow is to the taming of the hydrogen
bomb for purposes of peaceful power supplies.
You seek details of my scientific standing? I'm the
guy who still believes cigarette lighters are worked bv
steam. Like television. 1
I would tentatively suggest that independence, un unaccompanied
accompanied unaccompanied by sound education and healthy surround surroundings,
ings, surroundings, can be a jaded jewel dangerously loose in its setting.
It can too easily fall out, for someone to tread on it
My Panamanian friend urged me t inquire further as
to whether any speaker on the Canal Zone Friday was
independent enough to declare the US has left in Latin
America a wide-open chance for Russia to move in and,
for the price of a couple of well-equipped schools, rrmke
more propaganda points than have ever been represented
by all those US-supplied bayonets which, if laid end to end.
would outrip the nation's supply of shisb kebob.
Between the Costa Rican border and the Cofembian
border there are probably more Gringos to the square
yard than in any other area of Latin American. But have have-any
any have-any worthwhile number of them troubled 'to learn more
of the hearts and hopes of Latin America thn a counter counter-jumper
jumper counter-jumper in Peoria knews? Or do they live in some portable
Peoria of their own? I
Much of the trouble is that the Latins are so weefullv
parochial as to speak only Spanish, while the Gringos are
fluent in several tongues, such as English and Teenaae
and Elvis.
I hold the view that 1976 is a year meriting more
Independence Day consideration than 1776, this latter
twelvemonth haying proved itself over the long haul Quito
capable of standing firmly on its own record. The trink is
to establish an equally stable a;H honorable stance for
. 7 u'.0 aTyLfutur yea.r you Mr t0 mention. This will be
Wake up boobs. Sermon's over. L'll concede that I
have been barking up the wrong tree, and that the real
purpose of Friday's observances was highlighted bv th.
Ynk.esV13-2 drubbing of the JfSl!
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT cannot be other
than the
28.91
daily average of transit which the Panama maintain maintained
ed maintained through fiscal year 1958 to set a new record for the
aging waterway's busiest year.

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UNDAY7jULY 6, 1958
Ex-Policeman Confesses Slaying
LIGHTNING STRIKIS CHILD ..
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killed and 14 other persons were
injured when lightning struck
playground of a school in March March-trenk,
trenk, March-trenk, Upper Austria, Thursday,
For Which Another Was Convicted

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COLUMBIA, S.C. -(UPI) -"Blessed
are they which are

persecuted lor rignieousuesfs sjvc
for theirs if the Kingdom of Heav-

en.
Thi words the 10th verse of

the. fifth chanter of MaUthew. led

a (Bible reading ex policeman

iiirned-thief to confessing a two

year-old murder today for which
another man was sentenced t j die.
Charlei P. (Rocky) Rothschild

of Cairo. 111., admitted to South

Carolina law officials that he shot

and killed Charles Drake, 56, ot
Jefferson, Ga in a burglary at attempt
tempt attempt two yeara ago.
The confession apparently clear
edtne way to freedom for James
Fulton Fortes of Greer, S.C., fath

er of seven cnuaren wno was

sentenced to death for the slaying.

A statement signed by Roths

child said he decided to admit the

slaying after reading the fifth
chanter 10th verse of the Book of

St. Matthew. The confession was

made to J. P. Strom, chief ot the

South Carolina State Law Enforce Enforcement
ment Enforcement Division.
"May God return him (Foster,
to his wife and family and may,
he have a long and happy life,"
Rothschild said in his statement.
Rothschild had been held in the
state penitentiary for two weeks
since he slashed his arm with a
razor blade in the Spartanburg

jail where he had been serving a

five year sentence tor conspiracy

in a safe robbery. He is a native
of Cairo, 111., and was a police policeman
man policeman there.

In his statement Rothschild told

in detail how he came from lilt

nois to Greenville, S.C., in June,

1956 and planned the robbery

which ended in the murder of

Drake.

Foster maintained bis lnnocen

ce from the beginning, saying he

had been drinking beer with

companion seven miles from the

Drake hoose when the slaying
took olace. He was convicted

mostly on the identification of

Drake's widow who failed to Iden

tify Rothschild in a pilice lineup.
A fund to finance attorneys fees
for Foster was raised by persons
in the Jefferson area who said
they cohld not go along with the
conviction.

Strom said as far as he knew

Foster's lawyers had no new evi

dence. Until two weeks ago there

was no new evide ".e linking

Rothschild despite lawyer's claim

of a Pistol that linked Kotnscmia

Strom said as far as he Knew tne

gun didn't exist.

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While in, say, France of Spam,
I shun the news from home. So,
when my ship drew near the sun sunlit
lit sunlit cliffs of England's south coast
the other afternoon, 1 experienced
something of the delicious trepida trepidation
tion trepidation of a good child who has ig ignored
nored ignored his birthday presents until
the day itself.
What had Britain to offer me
now that was new and fresh since
T loft her seven days before?

Usuallv "the answers are defer

red until I wade through the pne
of accumulated newspapers on my
London doormat.
This time, though, a highlight
of the week's news Gatwick Air Airportshone
portshone Airportshone out alongside the
track as our train raced Londo-wards.

Only half and hour from the
capital, this splendid new airport
had been opened a few days ear earlier
lier earlier by Queen Elizabeth, II. Cost Costing
ing Costing $19,500,000, it is the first in
the world to combine air, road
and rail facilities in one unit.

"SNOWDRIFT"

OF NEWSPAPERS

SPIRIT OF 1776 Members of the a ASrf fftwS
lead off the parade that took place in Balboa juiy o (Ug A
of America Independence Day ceelbrations.

out to
States
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lowlier craft ahd been making a

Drave display.

The 52-years-old Veronia, a Riv River
er River Thames sailing barge was
winning the annual contest for

these veterans of London's river
Veronica beait her nearest rival

tne abyears-oid ftara, by a com

fortable 19 minutes over the 25
miles course.
GIANT TANKER

Of other things afloat during

my stay abroad, the newest wis

the 42,000 ton British Duchess.

launched by the Duchess o f Glou

cester, at the world-famous Clyde Clydebank
bank Clydebank yards of John iBrown and

Company (Clydebank) Ltd., and

the biggest tanker yet built in

Britain to sail under the British

flag.

Ordered by the British Petro Petroleum
leum Petroleum Company Ltd., she is sec second
ond second only in size to the liners
Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary,
which also came from the John
Brown yards.
The "iB.P." Company- has on
order six sister ships to the Brit British
ish British Duchess, 12 other ships of 50,
000 tons, and seven giants of 65, 65,-000
000 65,-000 tons.
While I was importing myself

of Britain again, news broke of
splendid export figures for the

month of May, totalling $804,440, $804,440,-000,
000, $804,440,-000, a figure exceeded only once

before, in May 1956. Shipments to

Canada at $58,360,000 had been

The mous London to Brighton

main a inway, wun us loubisui
sixeaml I motor traffic, could be

seen pit ging beneath the cover

ed wayiat connects the new

and hiehlv-iunctional railway s a-

tion wun me terminal uuiiuiug

and waiting airliners.

rturirlr id a spennri s1 nne to

the vast London Airport itself, exceeded previously only in those

for use as an overfloew airport months that included delivery of

ASKS DIVORCE Brltfch Brltfch-bora
bora Brltfch-bora actress Deborah Kerr has
filed suit for divorce from her
husband, film and TV producer
Anthony C. Bartley. Miss Kerr,
36, has charged Bartley, 38,
with extreme cruelty and asked
the Hollywood court for cus custody
tody custody of their two daughters.

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ther. Few international airports
can bo within such easy reach of
the ckies they serve.
Hack in London 1 found, as 1

hoped, that my newspapers had
heaped themselves on the mat in
.! f liJ,t "oV.r,.r,lrift

a null Ul ,m, "'..'
Burrowing at random, I learnt
first that 15 divers, with under underwater
water underwater cameras, had still not trac traced
ed traced the fabulous monster in Loch

Ness, Scotland, which yearly
draws tourists from all over the
world.
On the oiher hand, workmen
near ancient Watling Street, in
the City of London, had undtarth undtarth-ed
ed undtarth-ed 74 Roman coins of pure silver,
a quarterly pay packet probably
hidden by a Roman soldier 19H0
years ago and now destined for
the City Guildhall museum.

tne impress liners and an air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier.
These high exports to Canada
mean that Britain's share of the
Canadian market has reached 10
per cent -for the first 'time since
World War II.
The most poignant appeals of
the week, it seemed to me, came
from Australia and New Zealand.
F. B. Walker, of the Australian
immigration department, said
there were jobs in his country for
120,000 young unmarried women
from Britian. "We have very
nearly that number of young men
surplus to the female population,"
he said.
And a New Zealand immigra immigration
tion immigration olficer issued an invitation
to 20,000 of Britain's young wom women,
en, women, for reasons precisely the
same.

Colon Dentist Wins Rotary
Fellowship For Study In US

Mtowo Hart completed 30 years of consecutive service with Panama Agencies Co. on
SinVa. '95S. an in recognition of hi, loir nd loyal services wW.VTMtoted
Comnany's service medal on h's ann-veary rfte nmong a gathering of fcta I UflW
nlovr- Mr nr-n re-'vr- tV -rvi-e w-'-i fwrd ?v personal congratu congratu-'allom
'allom congratu-'allom from Mr. R. R. nuherty, A-'stKnt Manager of the Company.

Dr. CARLOS R. IBANEZ
EVANSTON, 111., July 5 (Spe (Spe-cial(
cial( (Spe-cial( Dr. Carlos R. Ibafioz of
Colon, R.P., has been awarded a
Rotary foundation fellowship for
advanced study abroad during the
1958-599 academic year, it was an announced
nounced announced today by Rotary Interna International.
tional. International. One of 114 oot stan ding students
from 35 countries to receive the
honor, Ibanez was recommended

for the Rotary fellowship by the

Rotary Club of Cristobal, Coion.
He will study orlhodontics at one

of the major universities m the

U.S. in preparation lor a career
in that, field.
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Hernando
Ibanez of Colon, he was born in
Aguadulce. in 1931 and is mar married.
ried. married. On graduating from Abel

Bravo high school and the Na National
tional National Institute of Panama, hs at

tended the University of Pennsyl

vanra in Phi adeioma Fa., and

was graduated from the Universi University
ty University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 19591
with a doctor of dentistry degree.

tal surgeon in Colon and speaks
English fluently.
A feature of the Rotary Fellow

ships program is thvt, with fl,970
Rotary Clubs in 108 countries

fhroughoiii the world, each student

Is in direct contact wltn Rota

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SUNDAY, JULY 1 951
PAGE FOUR
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Social and Oilierwiie
Box 134,
Panama
,' 4 Suff.,
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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George Washington High School
in N.Y. and is now in the Navy
aboard the USS 1'aiute.
The wedding will take plate
September 21 in Lcland, Miss.
Dr. and Mrs. Roberto Arias
Guest of Honor at Luncheon
Dr Roberto Arias, publnne.-- of
the local daily La Hon, and his
wile, the famous ballet dancer
M argot Fonteyn, were quests ol
honor vcsterday in Rio de .laniero
at a luncheon offered by Brazilian
Praaifiont JiiM-Plllln Kuuila 'tiek.

Among those attending thei

luncheon were senator assis ae
Chateaubnnad, owner of Brazil's
largest radio and newspaper chain
and the new Foreign Minister Ne.
grao de Lima.

Celerier. The guestss included.
Mrs. Jack Bunker, Mrs. Gordon
Frick, Mrs. Federico Humber,
Mrs. Cesar Desedas, Miss Rosa Rosa-rio
rio Rosa-rio Moscoso. Mrs. Luis Celerier,
Mrs. Esther Orillac, Mrs. Luclu
Azcarraga, Mrs. Floyd Baldwin
Mrs. William Rishchynski, Mrs
Aida Azcarraga and Mis. Mario
Castrellon.

Miss Rose Marie Curro
Miss Ross Msrie Curro
Engaement Announced

xS-Sit and Mrs. J. C. Coats of
AlbrOOk announce the engage-
Eent Of their daughter to Thomas j
Bradley, son of Mrs. and Mrs.1
tomas F. Bradley of New York
City.
1 Miss Curro graduated "with the j
(lass-of 1958 from Balboa Hign
Bchqol snd is now attending the
fcanal Zone Junior Colleg".
Mr. Bradley graduated from

Caribbean A&AF

Exchange Service
Used Equipment
Sale

Seeled bids, 'or public opening, will

be received by the central txcnaiiKc
JVC.;-..- rlsulnn r 7 for vai I-

Vuaci.-i vti -,
us Items of USED equipment. In

ClUdUlg QUI TlOl nmnea lo laieie-
rla and aoda fountain fixtures, su
tomative equipment, electric motors
ahd equipment, used tires ind bat batteries,
teries, batteries, chairs, tables, stools, and one
mobile echame.
Items may be inspected in Bldg.
r i Fnrt Clivtnn nrfiarent to

the Fori Clayton Oarage, from 8 to

.m. ana 1 to J p.m. weenaays
T Ti.lv thru 17 .Tillv 19SR

iVtations and proposals contain
Intormation on the conditions of
n.v ka nK1aint.H rinrinO thp

above hours at Bldg. No. 135, Fort

Clayton.
Sealed Bids will be publicly open open-6V
6V open-6V at 1 p.m., Friday, 18 July at
mlAw "Kr 11 Tb F.vrhanpp serv

ice reserves the right to reject any

ana an mas.
n.1. 1. 4hrln nf th Carih

bean AEAFES. and not one of the

U.S. Government.

Adam, and Mrs. Nichols
Arrive on Isthmus today
Rear Admiral Philip G. Nichols,
(USN Ret.) and Mrs. Nichols and
her two children, Robert and
Barbara Wadell, and her sister,
Mrs. Jean Cockcroft, arrived to today
day today from San Mateo. California
for a ten day visit in Panama.
Adm. Nichols was Marine Super,
intendent with the Panama Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. His daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes and
their family are residence of Pa.
nama City.

Quarry Heights Woman's
Ciub To Hold Luncheon
The Quarry Heights Woman's
Club will hold a luncheon in the
Tivoli Ball Room Wednesday.
July 9 at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. l'at
Morgan will lecture and demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate on flower arrangements
Another leaiure of the meeting
wi 1 be a shower for the "hospi.
tality kit." Contributions of house household
hold household items will be greatly appreciated.

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Installation of the new

SOUTH had no reason tovbid ov

er his partner's one no-trump re

sponse but he was one of those
players who liked to play every

I hand and he had a five card spade

jff iters suit.

for the next six months will also
take place.
Hostesses for the luncheon are,
Mrs. Clayton Fry, chairman; Mrs.
Arthur Dodson and Mrs, William
Jones.

IAWC Thrift Shop
To Open Tomorrow
The old Canada Dry building on
National Avenue has a new pur pur-pose
pose pur-pose in life. Its freshly painted
doors will open tomorrow to re re-veal
veal re-veal the IAWC Thrift Shop. The
members of the Inter-American
Woman's Club have been busily
getting it ready to receive articles.
It is believed that the shop will be
the first its kind in Panama and
everyone is invited to come and
help get this enterprising busi business
ness business started. All proceeds will go
towards the support of the club's
six charity organizations.

Canal Zone Art League
The Atlantic Branch of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Art League will holds its
regular monthly meeting Tuesday
night, July 8 at 7:30 in the Gatun
works shop on the corner of Joa Joa-quin
quin Joa-quin and Lighthouse Road. Two
very interesting educational art
films will be shown.

Rebekah Card Party
The regular bi-monthly Rebekah
card party will be held Monday at

jo in me wiru Memorial on

Balboa Road. All members and

riends are invited. Mrs. Ruth

Kongable will be hostess.

Balboa Woman's Club
Will Meet Thursday
The Balboa Woman's Club Char Charity
ity Charity Card Group wi'l meet at Fort
Amador Officers' Open Mess July
at 12:30 for dessert and cards.
Hostesses for the occasion will be

Mrs. Peter Bolton, Mrs. Leo
Chester and Mrs. O. K. Worlev

Anyone wishing to attend should

call by Wednesday. Mrs. Bolton,
Panama 3-7776; Mrs. Chester,
Balboa 1822 or Mrs. Worley, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4203.

Mrs. Celerier Guest Of
Honor at Baby Shower

Mrs. Nena O'ler de O'Sullivan
of Diablo Heights cave a baby

shower yesterday for Mrs. L. R.

ion

Shorter skirts are causing the
comeback of the jewelled garter.
One New York jewelry store (Tif (Tiffany's)
fany's) (Tiffany's) is featuring the jewelled
leg bands for wear just above the

kneecap. The firm said the price
range is anywhere from $125, for a
jdarter with amethyst buckle to
$12,000 for one with a glittering
diamond flower set in a black ro
sette on a red velvet band.

If South's ability to play hands

equaled h i s desire everything
would havevbeen all right but he
went wrong in the play and man managed
aged managed to go down at his two spade
contract.
Dummy's king of clubs won the
first trick and a low spade was

led and the ten spot finessed.

rvow uou'in snouid have played
the king of trumps. He had noth nothing
ing nothing to gain by leading, a second
spade from dummy but South did
not realize that.
He led the seven of diamonds
and finessed dummy's eight. East
won and seeing possibilities of
quite a defense, shot the five of
diamonds right back.
South won in dummy and led
a second spade. Now East hopped
up with the ace and led a heart
to his partner.
West won with the queen,
cashed the ace and gave his part partner
ner partner a diamond ruff. East led a
third heart and West ruffed to
set the contract.
Getting back to South's two
spade bid, it was bad for the sim simple
ple simple reason that he had strength

in every suit, only five spades and

not enougn strength to try for

game. Therefore, he should have

been satisfied with his partner's

one no-trump.

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Mother and daughter sunglasses
now are available. One manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer shows them in harlequin
shape, with tiny flowers decorating
the top of the frames. Also for the
small set are sunglasses with fairy
tale characters for decoration; and
for boys, specs featuring missile
and rocket designs.

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White Is one of the top colors
for play, afternoon and late day
clothes this summer. Frequently
the all white look is broken with
red and blue bands at necklines,
hip bands, or in ribbon detailing.
Shorter skirts for fall will be re

flected immediately in shoe gtyles,
reports the Popular Price Shbe

Show of America. Stylists say heels
will be lower to balance the leggy
look of abbreviated hemlines. Shoe
construction will be softer; drap draping
ing draping will be a part of the detail of

the new footwear.

FOREIGN MINISTER MIGUEL J. MORENO and Mrs. Moreno are greeted by the U.S. Ambassador Julian Flske Harrington
during the reception held at the Embassy in commemoration of the 182 anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of In Independence
dependence Independence Shown above are, Mrs. Moreno, Minister Moreno, Ambassador Harrington, Mrs. Harrington, Mr. Robert Austin
Acly who was Charge d'AfJaires ad interim during the recent absence of the Ambassador, and Mrs. Acly.

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TODAY'S QUE8TION
iTo perrW ratoec ym to tw
ft0. What do you do nowT

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This summer, homemakers are sta.ic electricity. To the iinal
going to find that a larger per-1 rinse waterdd a fabric co.i-c
centage 01 me launury ia is into ditioner which makes ior siu,
the magical but contusing cate-; W ihjucs aim a minimum 01 itat itat-gory
gory itat-gory o wasn.anu-wear. ic electricity.
For a garment to qualify as a Dry in a dryer on a medium
wash and wear item, thereto low setting or hang up to dry.
should be little ironing required, J Because wash-and-vvesr c.o.n c.o.n-or
or c.o.n-or at least much less ironing than i in tends to be slow to soil, we
for an orinary garment. don't always wash it as o ten as
Laundering methods have some-'w should to keep the fabric in
thing to do with how much iron. top condition,
ing will be needed to satisfy per ; Ano her thing to watch is:;
sonal standards. I white nylon. Nylon is a dye scav.

imprf.ssivf talk tsrrrv Maduro. above, general manager

W of Agendas Feduro, S.A., local distributors for Toni products

and Paper Mate pens, giving a lam during a recent, conven convention
tion convention of Toni sales executives In Mexico last month. Maduro'.-.
talk dealt with the introduction and, promotion of Adorn hair
spray in the Republic of Panama.

7fo Mafae fktmt

If there's room in your hand handbag,
bag, handbag, make your work-to-evenrng
costume do a real turn-about.
Take along a string of rope beads.
When you take the jacket off, off,
put on the beads and no one will
suspect you ever saw the inside
of an office.

When you buy a bathing suit,
try to pick a color that's harmo harmonious
nious harmonious with the sea, sun and sky.
Blue, green, tangerine, yellow,
pink and violet are all good.

Linen shirts and dresses look

better and Stay wrinkle free lona

er if they're given a very light

starching wi'lh each washing. But
it has to be done with a delicate
hand.

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The motorcycle could be had
for $60. Bud had $20 in his sav

ings account. Never in his life

would he forget it if his father
advanced the remaining $40.

Said Bud earnestly to his favh-

er, Doug s only selling it be

cause he's bought some guy's oid pervisor

heap. Gosh, Dad

my life!
His father gave
And was thanked
and exuberance.

it's the deal of

him the $40.
with sincerity

Another lactor is the construe
tion and tailoring of the garment.
Laboratory tests in several in instances'
stances' instances' have proved what many
of us find out in our own utility

rooms: a fabric may launder an

dry superbly but the seams pi

and fray. '?$(

steam pressing with the iron

on a low temperature may help
straighten out the puckers, but
the fault may be with the tailor,
ing.
The principal fabrics we find
in the wash-and-wear category
are made of synthetics such as
dacron, orlon, the acrylic, nylon,
and rayon in various blends and
combinations.
Most new automatic washing
machines now have a wash-and-wear
setting.
But suppose you don't have a
new automatic machine?
I was most interested when I
learned that Frank Lindsjy, su.

of product testing lab-

enger and whrte nylon has bee"

known to pull dye from white eo' eo'-tons
tons eo'-tons previously washed with comr.
ed c othing, Lindsay savt.
Wash white nylon ttf itself.

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f?vrry vttM nr.HU

But his pleasure in Bud's satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction didn't last. No sooner hai
his excited son left for D o u g's
house than he began to attack his
own kindness.

He thought, "I'm a foool. I'm
spoiling the kid. At 17 I had to
work for what I wanted by clerk clerking
ing clerking rn Pop's store. Otherwise I
didn't get it. Why did I trust
Bud's judgement on this motorcv motorcv-cle?
cle? motorcv-cle? How do I know he won't
smash himself up with it?"
But fear for Bud's safety was
not his real reason for resenting
the favor he had done him.

His real reason was his suspi suspicion
cion suspicion that his children love him,
not for himself, but for the things

he gives them. So whenever he
is moved by a generous impulse
to do them some special favor,
he immediately starts to begrudge
their joy in it.
This "love-me-for-myself alone''
wish is not ungual.
It is, however, pretty unrealistic.

Only little children and very ro

man.ic ladies can expect to be
loved for "themselves alone." The
rest of us have ip provide sa'is sa'is-factions
factions sa'is-factions to others' if we want
them to love us.
If we want Bud to love us, wc
cannot ignore his passion for a

fyc he give JK. Fill washer with cold water

iteiivus iiiuugni. ii wr w a 11 I Iftgfi

uane iu iuvc u, we u plan 10 sat satisfy
isfy satisfy her wish for the wrist watch
she's been talking .about. If we
don't provid our husband w th
a clean home and well cooked
meals, we may lose him.
.lust as we are entitled to sat satisfactions
isfactions satisfactions from others' lev, thty
an entitled to satisfactions front
ours.
If we don't see the absurdity of
our secret wish te be loved ior
"ourselves alone," we may end
up like the romantic ladies who
insist that their lovers be content
with their beautiful souls.

-1-

oratory for Maytag, was testing
laundering methods for wash-and-wear
wringer machines.
His tests, made primarily with
men's washable suits, slacks snd
white shirts, were recently com.
pleted.
I went over the results with
him. Judging from a series of un.
retouched photographs it is pos possible
sible possible to wash such garments and

wear them with a minimum o:
touch-up ironing along seam iinrs.
He stresses the need for good
laundering practices and. points
out that the applied principles de
veloped over four years of testing
automatic laundering to wringer,
type washing.
For best results, says Lindsay,
clothes should be washed in cold
water, using a heavy duty liq
uid detergent (or dissolve gran

ular detergent in milk bottle ot
hot water before adding to tub).
Suits and shirts look smoother
after drying in an automatic dry.
er, but line-dried garments are
almost as attractive.
After sorting clothes, pretreat
spots and specific soiled areas
such as neckbands and cuffs by
rubbing in straight detergent so.
lution.

rretreating is important, par par-ticu'arly
ticu'arly par-ticu'arly so for the cold-wster
method with wash-and-wear.
Lindsay also pointed out that
dacron has an af inity for oilv.
greasy soil which actually pene.
trales the fibers. You may have
to use a commercial spot remov

er to erase such oil spots

In

porous synthetic fibers, gen

eral soil stays on the surface or
between the fibers and cold wa water
ter water will wash it out. The advan advantage
tage advantage of using cold water is that it
doesn't soften the fibers and "set"
wrinkles.
Add liquid detergent and a wa water
ter water softener or water conditioner.
Don't overload the washer.
Stagger the wash load, advises
Lindsay, and keep close watch on
the agitation time. Between two
and five minutes is adequate.
Next, put garments through
the wringer as you do any other
clothing. From the tests it appar.
ently made litt'e difference in
the final appearance of the fab fabric
ric fabric whether items such as pants
were put through a wringer care carefully
fully carefully or carelessly.
Rinse well, at least twice in

cold water, and wring. To the fi-

CUSTOMBR PULLS SKULL
SALERNO, Italy (UPI) -Gitillo
di Florio is anxiously looking vr
the customer who left a neatly,
wrapped package in his bar. TJ:
Florio hopes the customer was a
medical student. The package
contained a skull.

"ALL'S FAIR IN..."
TAMPA, Fa. (UPI)-Jim Fajr
may not be playing fair when h
begins his campaign to unseat
elderly Jerry Carter as a memr.
ber of the state railroad and pubr
lie utilities commission. Tho
young businessman intend "tt,
prove his physical fitness for the
post by campaigning on a bicycle.
HAD GOOD REASON
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (UPI)
Charles Van Valkenburg testified
in court Thursday that he saw
Wilfred Brown and Richard De.
pottie break into a jewelry store:
Van Valkenburg had reason to re-

memtier the store. He was con.
victed of breaking into it three
years ago.

CONVINCES BANK CLERK
VIENNA (UPI) Ignaz Lich.
tenstrasser, 58, p'eaded with tho
bank clerk to take back the mon.
ey he had given him in exchange
for a check. "The bank never
makes a mistake," the clerk said
Lichtenstrasser, with the help of a
bank director, finally convinced
the clerk that the check he had
cashed was for $6 and not $6,000.
OKINAWA 50TH STATE
TOKYO (UPI) Radio Moscow,
in a broadcast beamed ta t..

peso listeners Thursday night ae.

wiiacu me unueq states of plan,
ning to make Okinawa its 50th
state.

MARIN'S DAUGHTER WEDS
SAN JUAN, P.R. (UPI)-Vivian
Munoz Mendosa, 18-vear old
daughter of Gov. Luis Munos
Marin, was married Thursday
night to Louis Timm Diaz, 23, at
San Jose Church, San Juan's old
est church.

case until Aug. 11.

GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS
TOKYO (UPI)-- Performers In
the Shojo (girl) Kabuki Troupe
went on strike when managers
changed their name to the Onna
(woman) Kabuki Troune anrl re.

fused to work until the harassed. nal rinse water add a fabric con.itaken aback by seeing a woman

maniiffpmenl rhnnpcrl it hark i rlilinnrr which makes for smooth-'on the bench thet he Called

again to girl Kabuki. 1 er fabrics and a minimum of, "your majesty," She continued

PLANE SETS RECORD
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-A Boe Boeing
ing Boeing 707.120 intercontinental jet air.
liner has established a record, for
commercial Jet transports bv
completing a fliht from Mexico
City to Ls Angeles i reurs
tnfoUtei. ThO Pan America
tigmm UMH Thursday at
InirMol Airport. The plane,
piloted bp Ton Johnson, cmM
66 passengers. Johnson said the
average speed for tho 1,550 mile
flight wss 515 miles per hour.

SOUTHERN CHIVALRY
CHICAGO (UPI) Ex.Gcnrglsn
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illegal parking, turned up in traf.
fic court before woman judge

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By ANN HARVEY

i ftrlrf it is difficult for families to be a united

III kVUUJ w ,
group sharing not only tha horn but outside activities' as
well, fMt even more difficult when the family is an Army
family and constantly on the move.
"We always try to give all we can, learn about, and get
as much as we can from each new community," says Ca Carol
rol Carol Nickerson, wife of Col. John C. Nickerson.
Their enthusiasm for their new surroundings is im immediately
mediately immediately apparent ;on entering the Nickersons' house at
Fort Clayton. Coral, native plants, moles and bateas deco decorate
rate decorate the living room and Pete, their newly-acquired para parakeet,
keet, parakeet, dominates one corner of the room. There is an out outboard
board outboard motor boat and all the paraphernalia that goes with
it under the house.
Mrs. Nicberson's menage is made up of Jean.a16--year-old
junior at-Balboa High School; Charlie, who is 14
and also at Balboa High School. Danny is six now and is
Just beginning school. The youngest of the Nickerson's
H. R. (Henry Robert) is three.

Skin diving and water skiing are

the dominant sports at me presBm

One of the first things they did

upon arriving on the Is.hmus was

r ,i . a

uoto- elf imo was first tnea to motor to uaviu. mttr sueuumg

by the Nickersons and their two! the night there they continued on
oldest children. Jean and Charlie, by car as far as they could to
when they lived in Huirtsvil'e, Al- Cerro Punta. The rest of the
' abama a short distance from thel day was spen' hiking through the
Tennessee River. valley until finally they reached
the fantasticvolcanic peak.
Now they are teaching Danny
and have high hopes for little II. This trip brought to Mrs. Nick Nick-t
t Nick-t t ...iir tho uia.or skis hp- prson's mind the Inn she, her

fore they leave the Isthmus.

husband. Jean and Charlie took

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By GAY PAULEY Second event. Office cellmate-,
La male, a non-native and a gen-:
NEW YORK (UPl) Chivalry tleman of the old school caiel
is dead in the nation's largest city o announce that well even ne
arm i aare the men io prove me was fed up with manners of hisl
a liar. own sex. He was about to board!
This subject of New York males a bus when he no.ices a couplet
and their manners has irriiateu j of old ladies also in line. He
me ever since i came to ims stepped aside to let them on first!
metropolis in late 1947.- I've been; when whoosh. A man behind all1
patiem, as 1 watchea country go three barged through and pantedi

down lor the count, figuring weii.l aboard.
it's only me. t in spoiled, i trewl Here I get Clobbered. I'll con con-up
up con-up a bit farther South where men cede there are a few exceptions
opened doors tor ladies and men I even saw one man the other day
took off their has in elevators' ge. up and give his bus seat to

and men courted a gu t with a somebody s grandmother

MRS. JOHN C. NICKERSON, wife of the newly-appointed
U.S. Army Caribbean Ordnance Officer, Col. Nickerson,
looks at a map of Panama tcr refresh her memory on the
trips the fauji.y ..sue "lan in iJanaina via car and boat. boat.-Not
Not boat.-Not only does she participate in the many family adven tines
but she is aiso aciive in social and community affairs.

when they left' Pasadena where
Col. Nickerson was with California
Institute of Technology. They were
on their way to Fon ixavenworth,
Kansas, by car not knowing cr
caring how they got there, except
that they wanted io see as masiy
of the National Parks as possible,
'this they dio via tne Columbia
River and Route One in Canada.
Rome One, Mrs. Nickerson says,
was very much like the 'n.er-Ani-eri.can
Highway irbm Panama to
David.

jean and Charlie Nickerson
learned a lot about wild life in the
conservation areas. They slili talk
about their cloest enrour.er- file
moose that got into vheir tent
while they were camping out at
night.
After Fort Leavenwor.h came

corsage on a special date.
Bui my patience lias grown ih.n
ag the tront hall carpet nd I've
decided it's time .o air my gripes.
Also, .time to let the women else

where know now lucky and 'iow
pampered they are; and to praise
the masculine sex in West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and Texas and Noun Caro Caroline
line Caroline and Oklahoma and Ohio and.

tBut few such exist. New York

males race to get on, or off, the
elevator before me. I start
through a revolving door and the
man who dashed to get in first
lets me push.
I wait for a phone booth to emp
ty and a man behind me closes

the door in my face and drops in

well, matter of fae., any part of, his dime. I see a seat emptying

the country besides New York

Two recent incidents trigger
my outburst. One was a rainj day
when, as all New Yorkers fell you,
the cabs go underground or dis disappear
appear disappear into limbo.
Standing in troiK of our ot.ice
building in mid-town Manhattan

1 a subway stop and just as I

start to ease into it, I find I have
a choice either continue standing
or sit on some guy's, lap.
I've been elbowed back from
the street corner by men who

plan to cross early when the

ight turns green; trampled as I

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to work oltce again with the
YMCA. She was the Business
Girls Secretary for the YWCA in
Winston-Salem.
Then a furmer college room

mate asked Mrs. Nickerson to

come to Hawaii. This she did and
the trip proved to be a fortunate
and pleasant one. She had a love lovely
ly lovely vacation, saw her 'friend and
me. her future husband.
Soon after the Nickersons were
married they were sent to Fort
Jackson in Columbia, South Carol Carolina.
ina. Carolina. They both wanted to learn

to fly and decided this wa the
time to do so.
To most people who learn to fly,
solo day will always be a day to
remember. For Mrs. Nickerson it
was one she can hardly forget.

It was a Sunday and she had just

i naued an empty can. At least tried to work my way up to a
I thought I was the one who hail- lunch counter for a quick snack;
ed it. .but there were a couple J out-maneuvered in the check-out
of men in line behind me. Just as line at supermarkets and had the
the cab pule up, there was a man who showed ahead of me
whoosh. A door slammed and, the nerve to snarl, "lady, quir
"my" cab pulled off with the two pushin'."
men in it. 1 What causes the New York ma'e
Okay, so you start working for to forget his manners It's bev-

another cab. And eventually, an- ond me. Maybe the psychiatrists! corner is staked out to store horn

Baby rets a preview of meals mother is reezine lor ner. iney u
be ready for quick warm-up on busy days. Homemoker is
packaging ehicken. baked potatoes, baked apples and a vegeta vegetable.
ble. vegetable. Foil- wrapped food will go In the waxed board cohtalneri.

By KAY SHERWOOD
A freezer can be more of a hotisc-
hilrl holniT lllall VOJ ..IISI.CC'. it l

other empty hoves to. But there's1 would say it is because New York

also another whoosh, and this is a city where getting ahead in
time three men beat me to die the job becomes so important that
door, all of the them obviously the law of the jungle takes over 24
college track svars. hours a day.

Sandia Base in Alburquerqttc,, completed the required practice

New Mexico, litis, tne AiCKersoi. s spins and landings with the

found to be the ideal spot to learn structor before she was

to ski on snow. Ihe first time ihey, As she prepared to do

Mem

Swedish' Pork Chops Are
Strictly American Dish

VOMAN'S PAGE SUNDAY Photo B Outline
WATER SKIING is a favorite sport in the Nickerson
family. Mrs. John C. Nickerson and Charlie, right, her
oldest son who will be a sophomore at Balboa High School
next year, are already accomplished skiers. They have
high hopes for little three-year-old H. R.( middle, to iearn
the sport before they leave the Isthmus.

wen. out Mrs. Nickerson lour.d
herself on top a mountain with a
very scant idea of how to get
down, three years later when
they left for Washington, D. C.
she and the res. of the family
were fairly adept on the slopes.
Skiing was only a part of Mrs.
Nickerson's interests at Sandia
Base. She became the president
of the woman's club there and
one of her proudest achievements
was the establishment of the
Thrift Shop.
Mrs. Nickerson had little oppor

tunity to learn how to ski in her
childhood. She was born and grew

up in Wins.on-Salem, North Car

Nickerson learned form her husb husband
and husband that Pearl Harbor had been
bombed.
They never made their solo
flight. Insvead Col.- Nickerson went
overseas and Mrs. Nickerson went
home to Winston-Salem to await
the arrival of their first child,
Jean.
Mrs. Nickerson alwayi takes an
avid interest In the community
she lives in. No; only in its peo people
ple people but its culture, history and
opportunities.
Through the many outings she

and her family have made via

road and boa't in Panama she has

learned to appreciate her new

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can dp prepared aim

out loss of food value.
Th. ta'UpH with hnmp economists

Mavbe this porcn cnop recipe low neat until me crumbs becin ,n finft nt hnw to proceed

HI- oiartoH in Swpdpn hut it seer.lS.ln take on a sniHpn rnlnr Stir in ( i:-.:t trair

r, nrln -'-- j . ,, ... ineir aavice u uiun

u nave crossea ine nina uuimt satmon, esgs ana snerry
SO Mrs. I nnnlinpnt in a covered waeon and lemon illice with u;atr nH

e

occa-

square waxed board container.
Mark the contents on the contain container's
er's container's plastic lid. When it is time no
heat, rcmtive foil packages and
put them in the oven.
Chicken is a favorite with our
youngsters and is cooked before y
packaging and freezing. Ground
meat am. i'h should be frozen
raw, say my advisers.
Put a small pat of butter on lop
of each serving before packaging
to keep it mois md to add flavor
during the cooking.
Vegetables shoulu be cooked just

slightly before freezing. Otherwj.se,

the youngsters on specia

sions.
Juggling menus and dinm?r-time
scheculeo to satify adults and
children can be a harrying task
w.iea you re trying to ciuer.jin,
go out for the evening or experi experiment
ment experiment with a rccine you know the
little ones will not eat.
At times like those, to be able
t,. ...Kic-i; mil 4 rearlv-marle din

W miian vufc a , . 1

ner of foods they will eat without mey may recome musnj aim.v. .-
i. ,.,..h ,Mr. erdnne in the reheating. That IS

naving ... cw o. ------ rUiittj,.

ate set of pans saves temper and
time.

mended for freezing. ";

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iou can, nowever, .kc a unrn-

Tn 1 i H 1 a mnra than thp timi I

takes to make one rteal. several, age 01 commercial' iro n

irmon gran, lauips ana ureaa O I unnm .'a

wrap it up. Make sure. Ihough, -that
it does not thaw during the
transfer. s

landed in San Francisco. That's! salt and pepper. Pour mixture

where the recipe comes from.

Swedish Pork Chops
(Makes 4 servings)

Four shoulder pork chops, salt

or

the

in-

6

a am degrees r. oven nr.

til a silver knife inserted in the
center comes out clean: IVi hours
for the large mold or 30 minui

V cup sherry wine or water, ''4 .for individual molds. Unmold on

o a buttered iimbale mold

cup) or into individual molds andibefort freezin
bake in a 350 degrees F. oven un, v.,

ruur i
juice over

storaep to about thr.-e weexs. :

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For dessert s'ew or bake fruit as
i-ou would for immediate rafiny.

a

home frozen meals throughljl cook can

KrilMobk prlntsd cotton
Chemise with collar.
Eye-catching bow and
buttons. Self-belt includ included.
ed. included. Black, red, green.
As seen in Seventeen

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MOTTA'S
PANAMA

olina. While in high school she home, And she is learning Span-

developed an interest tn journal- jsh through weekly lessons,
ism and helped edit' the school s program chairman of the
paper. Amador Officers' Wives Club.

Aithougn sne did not realize ne; jjrs Nickerson oreanued a sue-

first ambition in college she wiir cessfui serjtg 0f lectures and dis-

confess today to a secret desire

to get a little printers ink on her

hands.

while at Duke University. Mrs.

Nickerson applied herself to social

work and became an organizer in

YMCA activities. After gradua

tion she continued her social worK

with the Goodwill Industries. Shj

did so well in orsamzina proiecs

for the handicapped that she be

came manager of the brancn in
Winston-Salem.
Mrs. Nickerson left the Goodwill

KIRSCH

TRAVERSE RODS
FABRICS for
DRAPES
SUP COVERS
Decortcionei
PETTERSSON
No. 5 VIA ESPAflA
Tel. 3-1947

plays on the people of Panama.
Now she is taking part in the
summer recreation program at

Fort Clavton: and helping her

husband with his activities in ihe
Sea Scouts.
Recently Col. Nickerson took a
group, including his son Charlie,
on a five day excursion to the San
Bias Islands. Mrs. Nickerson met
the boa't when it arrfved back in
Cristobal and was rewarded with
a beautiful selection of fan coral.

j4ouAeliold J4ints

If fresh pineapple is not quite
ripe When purchased, it will ripen
at room temperature in a few
days. When fully ripened, store it
in the refrigerator, wrapping well
to keep its odor from being ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed by other foods.
For a fe3tive dessert dib drain drained,
ed, drained, canned peach halves in fresti
lemon juice, roll in graham crack,
er crumbs, nd arrange them, cup

side up in a dessert dish. Top
with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

A cotton swab works just like a
small brush in repainting chipped
enamel surfaces.

cup liquid from cooked prunes, 12

cooked prunes, teaspoon coarse coarsely
ly coarsely grated lemon rind, 1 table table-snoon
snoon table-snoon fresh lemon juice, 2 lea lea-spoons
spoons lea-spoons cornstarch, lemon slices.

Brown ehons quickly in a hot
skillet. Sprinkle with salt. Turn

heat low, add wine or water ana
liquid from prunes. Cover and

cook over low heat untir- cnops
are tender- -1 to l'a hours. (Add
water during cooking, if necessa necessary.)
ry.) necessary.) Add prunes, hmon rind, lem lemon
on lemon juice and salt to taste. Cover
and cook 5 mi' i longer, or un until
til until prunes are thoroughly heated.
Thicken gravy, if desired, with
cornstarch mixed with a little
cold water. Garnish each serving
with a lemon slice.
Here's another recipe using sal salmon
mon salmon from the cold waters of the
Pacific northwest:
Salmon Timbaltt (Serves 4-t)
One-quarter cup melted butter,
cup soft bread crumbs, 1 ti ti-blespoon
blespoon ti-blespoon minced onion, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon chopped parsley. 4 e ti p
hot mile, one 1-pound can salmen.
flaked, 4 eggs, lightly beaten, t
tablespoons sherry wince er lem lemon
on lemon inice mixed with wter. V tea

spoon salt, Vt teaspoon pepper.
Combine butter, bread crumbs
onion and parsley and cook ovr
cream Is added, puC it over low
heat stir constantly, and remove
gg soon as possible.

Varv coleslaw with fruit. Com Combine
bine Combine shredded cabbage with drain drained,
ed, drained, canned fruit cocktail and
enough mayonnaise to moisten.
For ex'lra flavor, add raisins.

hot platter and surround bv cook

ed buUered peas. Serve with
mushroom sauce.

be scooped out. the lot

mashed with butter and milk ad

title of the natural ne sneus re men ue oie

the meat and rap in. ing.

dividual servings in frcecr foil. a lypicai menu um w,.,
The simplest way that I've is: broiled or roasted, sliced
found to pacakge a meal and to chicken in natural juices, half a
simplify reheating is to wrap serv. baked potato frozen with M
ings of meat, vegetable and fruit I extra pat of butter, carrot cubes,
in foil and pack in a quart-size I and baked apple.

If you have an automatic dryer,
you can remove wrinkles from
suits or dresses stored for the
season, Or packed in a suitcase,
by tumbling them in the drier
with dampened colorfast sponges.
The dryer should be headed be before
fore before you and the clothes.
Crumbled basil leaves sprinkled
on top of grilled tomatoes add
color and flavor, Add after the
tomatoes are removed from th
broiler.

Do not add sour cream to hot
sauces and gravies until shortly
before serving, because the cream
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cooking or if the foods are allow-

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, JULY 6, 195S
Record Number Of Countries For British
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New Standards In Track,

ield Events
By ROY MOOR
Athletics correspondent of
the London "News Chronicle,"
"n4 former United Kingdom
international runner.
'Athletes from 35 countries
a record are expected to take
part to the British Empire and
'tmmonwealth Games at Car Car-idiff,
idiff, Car-idiff, Wales, from July 18 to July
'26, 1358. "Record," I forecast,
!will be the key-word of these
I Games.
I- In track and field athletics a a-,me
,me a-,me there has been such a re remarkable
markable remarkable rise in standards
throughout the Commonwealth
tfiis year that none of the ex ex-ilitlne
ilitlne ex-ilitlne records seems likely to
survive not even Roger Ban Ban-Hjster's
Hjster's Ban-Hjster's mile of 3 minutes 58 8
'Mcosds run in his eDic race with
John Landy. of Australia, when
tJe Games were held four years
ago in Vancouver.
' Amone the men threaten threaten-'
' threaten-' Unr Bannister's figures are the
'Australians Herb FHiott and
'5Mrrvn Unco'"' and the Enp Enp-,sh.
,sh. Enp-,sh. Derek ThWsnn (world
Jwnrd hoIHor 3 rn'nutes
S3d Ken FmH, all under four-
,t These Gmc1 will he the sixth
ftf te serios. Thev snrns: fmm
tifrp fr'nr"'nes! met with at the
01yrnntc Games In Amsterdam
1S28. and a rnmnHment to
'inofipn r Po'nn, whn
WDred pnthns'-x'tic11!' fn- thir
"ts(a"0'urption he fvsf Tmpir"
'(sum": in l010 took pWe "ft
'mi'ton. Ontflnn. oanadn
They have ben he'd in tv,e se" se"-'cMd
'cMd se"-'cMd vear after the Olympic
.Qmes p"pr since.
I i" followin" tblp -'bo"'s how
e" hp" crown in apal:
'i&vr Pl-ee ompeti""
:in wnmUton. Canada 11
t o"don, K'ni3Tid Ti
W pfinov. Aitfll'ti IS
k.in Auckland. Nw 7.oaland 10
M Trqnennver Canada "M
R Cardiff. Wales 35
,Thev rank second in import import-ijpce
ijpce import-ijpce onlv to the Olymnic Games.
'TfThe sports which comnrise the
ktiyal are: track and fie'd
Itrwetics, boxing lawn bowl-;,
i'cHng. fencing, rowing, swim-
inf.,and diving, weight-lifting
" wrestling
liifcaridards have Improved since
tat. (JrSt meetrng at Hamilton
ethaOP, "bast illustrated in
jnnammer-triTOWinK .series, in
JmtJf. Nokei. of Fngland.
RnWUUa with 154 7 12
i'ODAY-ENCANTO 35-.2PI
liauien nai an in
"THE GIFT OF LOVE"
in Cinemascope!
Forrest Tucker in
"The Abominable Snowman
From The Himalayas"
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TARZAN ESCAPES
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AND HIS
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THE FLAME AND
THE ARROW
iwlth Burt Lancaster
- Also:
PA J AM A GAME
with: Doris Day
r
TODAY
and
TOMORROW

The Blood-fevJ
That Turned
The Bhtk ffs

Red

RORY CALHOUlT
GLORIA GRAHAM
LLOYD BRIDGES
' JOANNE GILBERT

Are Likely

O
inches 57.13 meters). England's
big hope to produce the best
thrnw this tim Ls Michael Ellis.
.. -j l

a powerruiiy ouni siuaeni JOias delayed his racing preparation
physical education, who late larfV Mis year in the hope that he will

season set a new Empire record
of 211 feet- 9 34 inches (64.5$
meters) and has been showing
even better from in training
this year. Not that this makes
Ellis an automatic selection to
win at Cardiff, for I. Iqbal, of
Pakistan, the reigning cham champion,
pion, champion, is also in the 200 feet (60 -96
meters) plus class now.
With the prospects of a fast
track at the Cardiff stadium. I
exDect the sprinting perform performances
ances performances to rank with the year's
best. Morrie Rae, of New Zea
land, in addition to achieving a
nersonal best 100-yards of 9 5
seconds this year has also clock clocked
ed clocked 20 9 seconds for 220 vards. A
repetition of these performances
could bring him thp "double" at
the Games. But with the bril brilliance
liance brilliance of snrinting talpnt that
abounds not only in Australia
but also in South Afr'ea and Tri Trinidad,
nidad, Trinidad, i am not banking on Rae
tn vri'-' pHVr tif.ip
Clearly the Australian girls,
wilh (heir world record-breaking
feats this year bv both Marlene
Matthews and Beth' Cuthbert,
would appear invincible for the
women's 100-yards. 220-vards and
snrint relay chamnionships. But
there is one young En"lish sorint
or who could surprise them if thev
fail to strike their peak form at
Cardiff She is 17-vears old Made
leine Weston, of the London club.
Selsonia: 1 expect her to "top"
many records When the English

New Inflated Life Raft
Boarded In 15 Seconds

NEW YORK (NEA)-A rubber
life raft that completely inflates
itself and ft special boarding plat platform
form platform within 30 seconds has been
introduced in connection with Safe
Boating Week.
The new raft is the first to be
produced for commercial use, al although
though although the manufacturers has
been making life rafts for the
military, services since 1942. The
commercial raft able to carry 10
passengers, folds into a carrying
case measuring 3 leet long, 18
inches wide and 15 inches high.
Packed with standard equipment,
it weights 130 pounds.
When, the case is tossed into the
water, a tug on a single lanyard
starts the raft to inflate. Complete
inflaion takes place within 30 sec seconds,
onds, seconds, but the raft can actually be,
boarded wihin 15 seconds from
the time inflation begins.
The. raft affords 45 square ieet
of space for 10 passenfers :nd
emergency equipment. A slightly I

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Fred MacMurray

'DRIVE-IN

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season gets into full swing again.
Her early running has been ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally impressive.
Derek Johnson, England's reign reigning
ing reigning 880 yards Empire Champion Champion-he
he Champion-he was runnerup in the last Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games 880-beters final tells
me the 440 yards race will be his
target this time. Derek Ibbotson,
in addition to the mile, has an
ambition to win the three-miles

title. In fact, he may make the
longer race his first choice. He
lUllfltl 1 QV.C III
reach his peak form at the time
of the Games. Many experts in
KBntain believe this delay has been
too long, but Ibbotson is confident
his old speed will return in good
time.
Despite Gordon Pirie's erratic
form since he ran second to Rus
sia's Vladimir Kuts in the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games 5,000-meters final at
Melbourne, he is still a power to
be considered for the three-miles
title held by Chris Chataway, who
has now retired from competitive
athletics.
England is also pinning big
hopes on George Knight to succeed
Peter Driver as the new six six-miles
miles six-miles champion. Knight had the
world's fastest time (29 minutes
fi.4 seconds) for the 10,000 meters
last year
I warn Empire shot-putters to
be on the look-out for some phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal performances this sum summer
mer summer from the English blacksmith
Arthur Rowe.
Last year, in his second season
in top-grade athletics, he improv improved
ed improved the Empire record to 55 feet
inches (16.942 meters). In his
econd, training outing of this
year, he reached a distance ot 58
feet 4 indies (17.78 meters). And
to think that the Shot Put title
at those first Empire Games in
Hamilton in 1930 was won by the
South African H. Hart at 47 feet
10 inches ( 14.58 meters) a real really
ly really first class performance for
those days.
smaller raft, suitable for six pas
seneers, will also be produced.
Afloat, the raft has a bright yel
low canopy, giving protection
from the heat and cold and mak
ing it visible for along distance
Its emergency equipment includ
es a hand pump, paddles, a float
ing knife, sea anchor, several Im
es, a signal mirror and a rain
catcher.
The raft is made of neoprcne
coated nylon fabric to resist oe
terioration and is inflated with
C02 gas. The floor, inflated manu manually,
ally, manually, provides rigidity as well as
insulation from cold water.
MESSENGER'S PAY
GOSHEN. N.Y. (NEA) Mes Messenger,
senger, Messenger, founder of the standard standard-bred
bred standard-bred horse, earned 1,473 guineas.
or $7,365 in running races in Eng-
land. He raced in 1783.
RIO
35c.
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FAREWELL to ARMS
with Rock Hudson
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APRIL LOVE
with Pat Boone
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Bucs Beat Braves 4-2;
Giants Edge Cards 5-4
To Take Over 2nd Spot

SAN FRANCISCO, July 5 (UPI)
Larry Jackson surrendered a
bases-loaded walk to Willie Kirk-
land in the ninth inning today to
give the San Francisco Giants a
5-4 victory over St. Louis and
moved them back into second
place.
CINCINNATI, 0., July 5 (lyfl)
The Philadelphia Phillies took
advantage of a dropped fly ball in
the top of the 12th inning to score
three- runs today and defeat the
Cincinnati Redlegs, 8-5.
With two out and Ed Bouchee on
base, outfielder Jerry Lynch drop dropped
ped dropped Rip Repulski's long fly ball,
permitting Bouchee to score with
the winning run. Ted Kazanski
followed with a triple, scoring Re Repulski,
pulski, Repulski, and reliever Dick Farrell,
who took over in the ninth, singled
to score another run.
MILWAUKEE, July 5 (UPI)
The Pittsburgh Pirates beat Lew
Burdette for the first time in four
years today with a 4-2 victory
over the slumping Milwaukee
Braves, who now have lost five
straight, equalling their longest
losing streak of the season.
The Pirates took advantage of
T
STRONG GIRL A big
American answer to Russia's
muscle molls it Earlene Brown,
shown spinning in the circle
before unleashing the discus.
The Compton, Calif., Amazon,
a member of the 1056 Olympic
team, also excela in ahotput

AT STAKE

two errors by second baseman Red
Schoendienst and a misplay by
shortstop Johnny Logan to score
three of their runs in the Pirate's
first win over Burdette since June
10, 1954.
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UPI)
Bob Boyd drove in all three runs
with a homer and a single today,
enabling the Baltimore Orioles to
edge the Washington Senators, 3-1.
Hal Brown got credit for the
victory although he needed help
from Billy O'Dell after giving up
a single to the leadoff batter in
the eighth Hal Griggs, who work worked
ed worked the t,rst eight innings, gave
up all five of Baltimore's hits.
Dick Hyde finished up.
The Boston Red Sox met the
New York Yankees, the Kansas
City Athletics played the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, the Detroit Tigers
played the Chicago White Sox and
the Chicago Cubs played the Los
Angeles Dodgers in night games.
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Jeff Chandler
"THE LADY TAKES
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In Cinemascope tt Color
GAMBOA 7:001
Robert Stack
Lauren Bacall
"A GIFT OF LOVE"
In Cinemascope!
GATUN 2:30 St 7:00
Jane Russell
Kennatx Wynn
"THE FUZZY PINK
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2:30 6:15 8:20
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"MAN HUNT"
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Today s Races

1st Race 6th Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
Purs S4M.00 Pool Closes 1:00
1st RACE OF
THE DOUBLE
1 Matriculado
2 Colifato
3 Teloreo
4 Lark
5 ( Riscal
6 (La Generals
C. Bovii 106
F. Hidalgo 108
J. lalavera io.Sx
O. Chanis 100
C. Iglesias 106
F. Alvarez 106
2nd Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fgs.
Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 1:30
2nd RACE OF
1 Platano
2 Florete
3 Renata
4 Dona Flora
5 Licenciado
6 odegon
TUB rWMIRI r
J Talavom 1IUir
A. Alfaro 979x
F. Alvarez 106
F. Hidalgo 105
C. Bovil 106
A. Vasquez 112
3rd Race "Special" Imp. S Fas.
Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 2:00
ONE TWO
1 Now Then
2 Rajah
3 Pepin
4 Achieved
5 Voltage
C Ruiz 113
F. Alvarez 115
C. Bovil 105
H. Ruiz 112
J. Cadogan 102
4th Race "G" Natives 6 Furlongs
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 2-30
QUINIELA
1 Julie J. Jimenez 113
2 Filon F. Hidalgo 108
3 Tuti Fruti J. Rodriguez 113
4 San Cristobal G. Milord 101 x
5 Don Pastor J. Talavera 107x
6 Radical A. Alfaro 102x
7 Bugaba E. Dario 108
5th Race "Non-Winners" Nat. 4 Fg.
Purse $300.00 Pool Closes 3:00
1 El Bijao
J. Talavera 107x
2 Jabahna
3 Victoria
4 Don Vito
F. Alvarez 112
A. Alfaro lOlx
J. Jimenez 110
6th Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:40
1st RACE
OF THE DOUBLE
J. Phillips 110
1 Fifito
?vinp John
3 Greco
4 Aviadora
5 Paquiro
O Chanis 10S
J. Talavera 112x
J. Rodriguez 112
G. Sanchez 110
7th Race 1st. Series Imp. 7 .Fgs.
Purse $1000. Pool Closes 4:10
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Melendez
2 Aguador
3 King's Park
4 Gramilla
5 Gavilan
G. Sanchez 115
F. Alvarez 106
(B. Aguirre 108
J. Talavera 107x
A. Reyes. R. 115
8th Race "H" Natives t Fgs.
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
1 Petronila
2 Rock'n Roll
3 Noticion
4 Okiland
5 Guacamaya
6 Rosilongo
7 El Pequeiio
8 Folletito
C. Bovil 107
E. Dario 105
G. Milord 108x
H. Ruiz 109
A. Alfaro 101x
F. Alvarez 110
S. Carvajal 107
J. Talavera 107x
th Rae 6th Series I mo. 7 Fos.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 5:15
ONE TWO
1 Charicleia
2 Zumar
3 Oliver
4 Cooksmaid
5 (Rutilante
6 (Ionia s Pet
7 Pappa Flynn)
8 Sober View)
J. Talavera Vix
G. Sanchez 108
F. Alvarez 115
C. Ruiz 110
C. Iglesias 110
No boy 100
A. Alfaro 105x
J. Phillips 105
10th Race 5th
Purse $500.00
1 Psatiempo
2 Alhajar
3 Kensington
4 Cartillero
5 Recife
Series Imp. 6 gs.
Pool Closes 5:40
C. Ielesias 106
F. Hidalgo 110
J. Jimenez 106
J. Talavera 107x
J. Rodriguez 113
11th Re "F
Purse $375.00
1 iir: Japa
2 Solito
3 Carmelita
4 Daniel
5 Nirvana
Natives ( Fg.
Pool Closes 6 -05
C Ruiz 110
F. Alvarez 110
C. Chong 105x
No boy 110
A. Vasquez 113
THEATRES TODAY!
COCO SOLO
2:30 & 7:00
Helen
WMueot
ANN BLYTH PAUL NEWMAN
ICHARD CARLSON MkulMkWMI
PAR AISO 7:00
Robert Mltchum
THE ENEMY BELOW
in Cinemascope & Color
(Also Showing Monday)

SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Dean Martin and
Jerry Lewis
"Hollywood or Bust"
in Vista Vision and
Color!

CAMP BIERD
6:15 ft 8:20
Robert Taylor
Dorothy Malone
"Tip On A Dead Jockey
in cinemascope!

Editor: CONRADO SARGEAN7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Ttlltll
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39 33 .542
40 36 .526 1
37 34 .521 lis
35 34 .507 1
35 36 .493 3Va
37 39 .487 3Vi
36 40 .474 5
33 40 .452 5
Milwaukee
, San Francisco
St. Louis
rnnadelphia
Cincinnati
x-umcago
Pit-sburgh
x-Los Angeles
x-Los Aneeles
33 40 .452 5'2
x-Nite game not included.
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee
Chicago ait Los Angeles
St. Louis at San Francisco
Pittsburgh loo oil 100-4 9 1
"inwauKee 020 000 000 2 8 2
rnena, ace (9) and Hall; Bur Bur-dette,
dette, Bur-dette, Trowbridge (8) y Crandall.
G-Fnend (10-9). PBurdette (6
7;. HR Covington 11).
St. Louis M0 030 001-4 6 o
ban Fco. 000 200 1025 7 0
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(5-1) and Srhmifiit P r
5 HRS-iBlasmgame (1, Jablon-
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Phila. 100 011 002 003-8 13 2
Cinci. 100 020 011 000-5 9 2
Meyer Farrell (9) and Lopa'a.
Sawatski (991- Hadrfiv TtLt
(9), Schmidt (10) and Bailey. G-
Jtbo i, l0z- t-achmidt (2 3;.
HRS-Fernandez (1), Thurman
(1), Repulski (9).
Chicago at Los Angeles Night).
FLYING START Carole
Ann Pushing, 18, turned upset
artist in her first big tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. The Carletbn College 18 18-iyeai
iyeai 18-iyeai -old won the Women's Col Col-llegiate
llegiate Col-llegiate championship bv beat beat-mg
mg beat-mg Judy Bell 1 up in 19 holes.

HILARIOUS COMEDY COMING SOON
AT THE BELLA VISTA

"KISS THEM FOR ME," Twentieth Century-Fox's Cine Cinemascope,
mascope, Cinemascope, De Luxe Color r( mantic comedy starring Cary
Grant, Jayne Mansfield and Susy Parker with Leif Erick Erick-son,
son, Erick-son, which opens SOON at t e BELLA VISTA Theatre, tells
the story of three madcap Javal combat pilots who torn
San Francisco upside down during a four-day leave. Pro Produced
duced Produced by Jerry Wald, who a most current hit picture is
Twentieth's "NO DOWN PAYMENT," the scintillating ro romantic
mantic romantic comedy is based upon Frederic Wakeman's famous
wartime "Shore Leave," considered by many to be one of
the best of the lighter books to come out of World War II.
Using lovely San Francisco as a backdrop, directors
Stanley Donen follows the free flownout veterans as they
search through the exciting city for laughs, thrills and girls,
trying to pack as much livinr; in their 86 hours as they pos possible
sible possible can.
They find all they have been looking for, and more, In
a huge riotous party in a swank hotel a virtual foun fountain
tain fountain of food and drink and in the persons of Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield and Suiy Parker.
The flyers, played by Grant, Ray Walston and Larry
Blyden, run into some hilarious difficulties mostly in
the person of a pompous, wealthy Industrialist named Ed Eddie
die Eddie Turnbull, played by Leif Erickson.
The camera work, particularly effective as the classic
profile of Miss Parker Is merged with the famous one of
Grant against the San Francisco skyline, adds a great
depth to this comedy, which Is not without some serious
overtones.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Team
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48 24 .667 -38
35 .521
36 36 .500 12
37 37 .509 12
35 38 .479 13Vi
35 40 .467 14Va
35 39 .473 14
x-New York
x-Kansas City
x-Detroit
x-Bostoa
x-Chrcago
x-Cleveiand
Baltimore
Wash in ft fin
mm .400 L9Va
x-Night games not ujcluded.
... Today's Games
Baltimore at Washington
Boston at New York
De-roit at Chicago
Kansas City at Cleveland
Baltimore 002 010 nnni n
Washington ooi ooo 000-1 7 n
Griggs, Hyde (9) and Courtn y.
WP-Brown 2-0). LP-Grises ;C
6). HR Boyd (4). SgS ,S
(Boston at New York (Night
game). v lai
Detroit at Chicago (Night game
mSnS at Washiust0D.
The Dividends
First Race
1 Loberia $3.00; $.3.00
2 Mar Bravo $8.80
Second Race
1 Nogallno $7.40, $5.20
2 Tiny Brook $22.20
First Double: $18.00
Third Rcae
1 Dr. Bill $3.80, $2.80
2 Frijolito $2.80
One-Two $9.20
Fourth Race
1 Don Brlgido $5.00, $4.00
2 Desiree $5.20
Qulniela: $23.20
Fifth Race
1 Tanara $2.80, $2.20
2 Don Lute $2.20 i
Sixth Race
1 Vespucio $5.60, $3.60
2 Mi Locura $6.80
Seventh Race
1 Kadir $3.00, $2.20
2 Michirlpa $2.20
Second Double: $7.20
Eighth Race
1 Miss Patience $5.20, $2.40
2 Don Dani $2.60
Quiniela: $4.80
Ninth Race
1 Forever $6.60, $2.40
2 Guadalcanal 2.40
One-Two: $8.40
Tenth Race
1 Evening Star $6.40, $2.20
2 Critico $2.20
Eleventh Race
1 Skoll $3.60, $3.40
2 Teddy $23.60

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MEW YORK Julv 5 (NEA)""

1 We now come to the o'her side
,o( the Floyfl Patterson puzzle,
j Here is a fighter who has not will will-1
1 will-1 fully hurt anybody for a year.
Ik' !- kn..bn1 iiitVi

I J what must constitute an authen

tic challenger Roy Harris of Cut

and snoot, rex. ann me sus suspicion
picion suspicion is it is no match at all.
Harris. Houston fight people say,
is a year and a half away from
a championship bout. Tf, indeed,
he ever will be ready for Pat'i Pat'i-son.
son. Pat'i-son. "No," Jack Hurley says, "I
haen't sn Harris fieht. No Nobody
body Nobody else has, either. The cash
customers, I mean. They're the
only ones that count."
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TIME OUT A giant killer after her upset victory over Althea
Gibson in the Wightman Cup matches, Christine Truman rests,
but not on her- laurels, during the Wimbledon championships,
where the 17-year-old British miss is a threat.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

LOST ON FOUL There were
a number of discrepancies in Al
Weill's testimony concerning hii
fraternal relations with F. Carbo. I
boxing's mysterious mephisiopha mephisiopha-lean
lean mephisiopha-lean character. According to our
West Coast operative, one in par particular
ticular particular was to prove most embar embarrassing,
rassing, embarrassing, and, eventually, cost vVcill
the Patterson-Harris heavyweight
match he sought to promou: in,

Los Angeies. nocity marciaiiT s
former manager swore he had
been forced to see The Shadow
in order to get tickets to the iiob-inson-iBasilio
fight, inferentially es establishing
tablishing establishing a direct business con con-necton
necton con-necton between Carbo and IRC,
When evidence to the conlr
disclosed that Weill had per. .11.1. .11.1.-Jy
Jy .11.1.-Jy reserved', paid for an receiv received
ed received 10 choice seats in third row
through the IBC box office, tnc
Broadway expatriate wast hrough.
. THE BOUCHKE CASE Both
the AL and NL stwfcing lineups
re loaded with right-handers, six
on each side, seven for the AL AL-ers,
ers, AL-ers, counting lioth-ways Mantle.
This means the percentage-minded
rival managers, Stengel and
Haney.jw'h- almost cerainly open
with right-hand pitchers. Probably
Turley for the AL, Friend for
the NL. If nothing ejse, consisten consistency
cy consistency would seem to compel com commissioner
missioner commissioner Ford Trick to reinstate
the Phillies firstbaseman, Ed Bou Bou-chee,
chee, Bou-chee, Wasn't the White Sox' Jim
Rivera also involved in a morals'
case? And isn't he still playing?
A Chicago Figger Filbert esti estimates
mates estimates that, at the rale they are
going, the White Sox will have
stranded 1386 runners by the end
of the season. The record for
men left on base is 1334, set by
the. St. Louis Browns in '41.

BEAK BUSTERS-Is Sugar Ray
liobinson going to fight again
All we know is that he has re requested
quested requested and been granted an ex ex-tention
tention ex-tention of his option with IBC
from mid-Julv to Mid-February. If

.Basilio gets pas: Art Aragon, X

September booking in la, t n c
upstate onion farmer will be
matched here indoors with Birgil
Akins for the welterweight title.
,By expending his option, the Har Harlem
lem Harlem hot shot thus indicates an in interest
terest interest in taking on the winner. If
and when this one" develops it will
also be held indoors. Who can re remember
member remember the good old days when
no New York summer would be
considered official withoti at least
one major cauliflower spectacle un under
der under the stars? And some sum summers
mers summers We'd have three or four. E E-ven
ven E-ven a Tony Galento would be big
gtuff now..

I' WHO NEEDS HIM? -If Tom

my Bolt is. i sick man, he

shouldn't be playing high pressure

golt. And if he isn t, stern disci
plinary measure should be
promptly applied lo make him re realize
alize realize his responsibilities to golf

patrons and tournament sponsors.
The Pepsi Open on Long Island
was not just a routine atop on trie
pros' interminable dollar hus le,
this was the beginning of whet
is planned as an annual charity,
with all proceeds going to the
New York Boys Club, the soft
drink in purse money. As an in in-troducion
troducion in-troducion to the "gentleman's
game," the wild, violent ou'bursts
of Bolt must have left Al Steel'1,
Herb Barnett and Charley Baker,
the ahruistic Pepsi bsass, gaping
in shock incredulity.

GOT STARTING FEE Playing
in the pro-celebrity curtain rais raisers,
ers, raisers, the Yankees' Del Webb
bounced avtee shot off the skull
afgpi inment bystander. In the
lmF-of tW subsewuent turmoil
there were some who regretted
ths baseball magnate hadn't been
more selective in his choice of
targets. As National Open cham champion.
pion. champion. Bolt demanded and received
a bonus of $6000 as appearance
money. By way of at least par partial
tial partial apology the guy should return
the check as his individual contri contribution
bution contribution to. the boys club. And a
word of advice, Mr. Bolt:' Thcon Thcon-ly
ly Thcon-ly reason Frank Shields didn't
belt you in the kisser was that as
director of the tournament he
wanted no unpleasantness. Next
time you feel like insulting the
old tennis champ be sure your
doctor's with you. You'll need
him. An ambulance, too.

Oh the other hand, Hurley, the
Aus. 18 Los Angeles promotion,
rates Patterson "a fighter who
is going to be as good as any
heavyweight champ we ever had.
You could say he is inexperienced
now and he still is a real gd
fighter.

"Tthey tried to cram that (Ed (Eddie)
die) (Eddie) Machen and (Zora) Folley
down Cus D'Amato's throat. .We
seen how terrible they were."
Fight people on the whole agree
with Hurley except to go one
better and say Harris doesn't be belong,
long, belong, either.
Sp after a year of jibes, it now
turns out Patterson is defending

his title against no real tnreat.
Yet Harris has the best set of
credentials for the job. He is at

least undefeated, aitnougn nis
competition has been nothing to
speak of.
"DiH von ever think." Hurley

asks, "that D'Amato could be

right? He fought the International
Bcxir.g Club and he could do it
with a clear mind. He wasn't duck ducking
ing ducking any legitimate challengers."
So at the end of Cus D'Amato's
devious trail to another champion

ship match you find there is no nothing
thing nothing except Harris, a backwoods
hnv who is awkward, but game.

and has never demonstrated
championship ability.
"I don't know," Dusty Bettor,
the manager was saying one day,
"he beat my Bob Baker. But
Baker hit him a right hand
and Harris went down. The kid
evert said he was hurt. And Bak Baker,
er, Baker, well, you know, he 'doesn't
punch too hard any more on ac account
count account of his hands."
Harris has color but much of
it is based on his native diggings
in Texas big thicket country.
'Much of. this charm has to be

lost in shipment to California,
where he will be judged more as
a fiehter than as a country boy

whose relatives, chiefly one known,

as Cousin Armadillo, eat restau restaurant
rant restaurant meals with pig stickers and
in rare visits to big city hotels
hold each other out upper floor
windows.

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WINNER LOSER Hummin'
Bob Smith gave Sammy Renick
his first mount. For that and oth other
er other reasons the former jockey,
now in racing TV, cherishes the
memory of the old t r a i n e r.
Thanks to Renick, Smith's pithy
riding instruction "get off quick
and come back fast," have be become
come become a part of turf lore. ."On ;
day he put me up on a filly nam named
ed named Altitude," recalled Renick in
Moore's the other p.m 'Don't
make your move until you turn
into the stre ch' he warned me,
"The filly was full of run, so I
moved much sooner but still won
easily. Smith's reaction was to
take me off four horses he was
starting the following day. 'Nex:
thing I km v you'll be telling me
how to train; he growled. This
reminded Renick of the 1 1 ;n e
John McGraw fined a pinch hit hitter
ter hitter $100 for hit ing a home run;
the guy had been told to lay
down a bunt. ."Sammy Siraiig,
wasn't it?". .Moose McCormick,
we thoug.

"Tell you one thing about Roy,"
our Houston bureau relates, "he
is going in '"lis thing with too
much guts for his own good. To
begin with, he's not as keen on
fighting as they tell you. I don't
know how good he is.
' Only one of any account that
he's beaten is Willie Pastrano. Big
problem is he'll get up. Every
time Patterson puts Roy down
he's gonna get up. I don't like
that. He'll' take too much of a
beating."
The turin, then, is finished.
All that is left for Patterson and
D'Amato is Roy Harris who per per-hans
hans per-hans can fight only a little.
Once, people suspected there
was not such person as Floyd Pat Patterson.
terson. Patterson. They were wrong. There
is a Floyd Patterson and he can
fight. Of that you can be sure.
But is there a boxing business?

Ashley Cooper Captures
WinibledonChampionship

WIMBLEDON (UP1) Ashley
Cooper, dark-haired, 21-year-old
sen of an Australian school teach teacher
er teacher yesterday upheld the selectors'
seeding by winning the men's sin
gles title of the 72nd Wimbledon
tennis championships.
The top-seeded Cooper took the
title with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 1311 tri

umph over his room-ma e and
'fourth-seeded fellow Australian,
'blond Neale Eraser. 24.
More than 15,000 spectators
crammed into the Center Court
Stadium, in the hottes; sun of ttie
(two week meeting, to Join Prin
cess Margaret, the Duchess of
'Kent and the young Duke of Kent
in applauding the well f ought
'ma ch.

i Nearly all were rooting for
Fraser, as the underdog, espe especially
cially especially after he showed bis enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm by chasing "impossible"
Kalk and even returning some ot
them for winners. Even Uic
'Duchess of Kent, as president of
the AH Enplnn,' Temis Club, un un-'in'eTtri'onally
'in'eTtri'onally un-'in'eTtri'onally reflected Ire feeling
by talking longer with Frair

MEN IN WHITE
MORGANTOWN, N.Y. (NBA)

The West Virginia football

squad will wear all-white unif uniforms
orms uniforms with blue numbers and trim trimmed
med trimmed in gold next fall.

By OSCAR FRALEY j
NEW YORK (UPI) When Joe
Cash was nine years old he had
asthma so bad that at one period
he had to have four adrenalin
shots a day.
Today, at 21, "Jumpin' Joe"
Cash is a tanned, virile young
man of 21 who holds the world
water skiing championship and
has hurled his body through the
air to a 126-foot world record.
"I still have slight attacks of
asthma now and then," he admits,
"but as well as being the finest
all-family sport I know, water water-skiing
skiing water-skiing has played a big part in
making me healthier."
Joe's big break, he feels, cjrne
when his family moved from
Nashville, Tenn., to Sarasota,
Fla., because of his poor health.
Joe became a "water rat" and
yet it was less than four years
ago that he turned to water ski skiing.
ing. skiing. "It came so easy it care tr.e
sometimes," he says with a flash
of white teeth.
Learning Is Easy
Actually, it must have been
easy. The 5-foot, 99-inch 160-pound-er
won the world championship
last September against the best
from 28 rival nations. He won tht
first event he ever entered, the
Suncoast championships at St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Fla., back in July of
1956, and his 2-year-old son a.id
infant daughter have 37 glittering
trophies to admire around the
Cash hacienda in Sarasota. Fla.
Joe, who runs the Sarasota o'a
school and draws a handsome sal
ary appearing with the Merc.:ry
water ski show, thinks tha'i "any "anybody
body "anybody who walk can water ski."

"I've taught a 4-year-oid and a
man 71 years old," he explains,
rubbing a hard, brown hand over
his stubby crew cut. "W e i h t
makes no difference, because I've
'also taught a man who wefjrhs
260 pounds. Learning is easy, at

least learning .0 simply stay up

on the skis, because I've taught
a whole family the simple funda fundamentals
mentals fundamentals inside of a half hour."
Water skiing has taken a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous upsurge across the na nation
tion nation and around the world with,
s.rahgely enough, the Lebanese
being among the top challengers
for world honors. There are an
estimated 3 million skiiers in the
United States and Cash predicts
firmly that "5 million will learn
to water ski this year."
Strivts For Perfection
Meanwhile, Joe strives daily to
perfect his own form with an eye
to making a successful defense of
his world chamoionship. He nas
leaped 134 feet in practice, eignt
feet farther than his own acceded

world mark, and 1nes constantly
to perfect his form.
"It's always a thrill to go at
the iump," he smiles. "The boat
speed is limited 1o 35 miles per
hour hut you can get up to about
50 miles an hour by 'cracking
the whip' on the end of the 75
foot tow rope."
Cash "cracks the whip" just be before
fore before hitling the 21-foot ramo
which inclines to a heieht of sir
feet. Then he arches high into the
air, while retaining his grip on
the tow rope, and the spray reallv
flies when he hits the water again.
"Some fun," he chuckles, "snd
more oeonle are discovering n
every day."

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when handing Cooper the Chal-
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But Cooper undoubtedly was
the beUer player, and might
have taken the final set much

sooner if he had gone all out to

break Fraser's service.
The men's final was not as
I good as ntany here in the pnst,

oui u mauiiaiiieu m ik" -"'-dard
the fans have come to ex ex-Dect
Dect ex-Dect from the Australians who

'have won the title for the past

three years. Above an, it was a
crowd-pleaser.
Cooper, who lost to Lew Hoad
in 56 minutes in last year's final,
had the game firmly under con control
trol control after he first set. and (he

j final result was only a matter of
time.

He had Fraser chasing bark
and forth across the court, and
his drop volleys and passing the
shots down the line were frequent
winners. The lef.-handed Fraser
worked harder for his points,, and
his ground s'rokes were super, or,
but he was unable to place his
shots as well as Cooper.

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Summit, Pa., belts the ball a
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tion competition with sisters from another

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CLASSIFIEDS
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Automobiles

l Htllman Husky 1956 top con con-i
i con-i elitieii, radio, best offer. Call 2 2-3891.
3891. 2-3891. 2-1895 weekdays, 3-
5954 nights and Sunday!.
rOMS Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
' Sand white, radio, power steering;
5954 night! and Sundays
t
ton. SALE: '58 Karman Ghia
$2,100. 2-1695.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford
V-8
very
stuitemline. Tudor Sedan,
1 good condition. 0818 Plank St.
I DL.. R.lhn. 1 It02.
invni 1
I $ passenger, station wagon, bar bargain
gain bargain price, leaving for States,
j Phone Balboa 171.
)VfOR ALE: 1954 Oldimobile
.Supper 88 "Holiday" coupe. A
hardtop convertible unsurpaied
! for good looki and performance.
I Turquoise and black, red leather
trimmed upholstery. Four new
j white wall tire!, radio and heater,
i Hydramatic. "17 extras" original
I owner. Price $1095.00 Fort
Clayton 87-3184.
Clay
i cab CALF.- Bargain, 1958
Thunderbird tordomatic country
I gedan, nine paisenger. $1,700.
Call 2-3628 House 5759 Bayano
j St. Aneon.
f OR SALE: 1951 DeSoto Cus Cus-'
' Cus-' lorn 4 door sedan, 41,000 milei
I good' running condition. $350.
' House 123 Ridge Road Balboa
Hts.
FOR SALE: 1958 Volkiwagen,
excellent condition, $1500 or
boat offer Curundu 5297 after
4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Morris Minor
two door, sedan, less than 3000
miles, full insurance to May 1959
included. $1250.00. Clayton
4239 or iee at Qtrs 3 10-A,
Clayton.
FQR SALE: 1957 Lincoln Pre Premier,
mier, Premier, four door sedan, 6000
aniles leather upsolstery, extras,
excellent condition, duty paid.
Ttl. 3-1709 Panama.'
fOR SALE: 1950 Super Buick,
4-door sedan, good condition,
original owner, $400. Navy
J9J9. U, ..... ,.
TfOR SALI: Leaving. Excellent
I 1958 Hillman deluxe, tor-door,
I available August 1st. 6500 milei.
i Phone Curundu 3223 evenings,
f House 205 1-B.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
radio, power steering wsw tires.
Excellent condition. Call Hearne
(office Amador 3267 or Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 42941.
JTER DIRECTOR-Wii-
C. Crockett, above, is the
', director of the Natural
Mter Office, of the Federal
fttlse Administration. Crock-
fc, ,former deputy administra
te (the CD office in Denton,
i, succeeds Maj Gen Holmes
B. Dager (Ret.). Dager has
iteeO reassigned as the agency's
BMPfifr liaison officer.
)M THE WAY AfK-i lh.ee
fl-raUc years in I loll wood, Clill
Iflbeitson is happy now to s,-iy
l've Anally got a good role In
I bit? movie The soon due
movie U "The Naked and the
' Cliff's pictured here with
Cj-ri''iia, the former

C-flaf''' BaB

Apartments

FOR RENT: Apartment! facing
Panama-Hilton Hotel. Furnished,
clean, cool, quirt, independent.
575.00. $85. 00, $100.00. Please
inquire Fote Halcon in first block
on street adjoining hotel s en
trance. Tel. 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, livin-diningroom, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and lervice, house recent recently
ly recently built in front of the "Com "Commercial
mercial "Commercial Center", furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished if desired. For infor information
mation information enquire downstairs plant
or call Tel. 2-2883 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on heights of El Cangrejo,
two bedrooms, living-diningroom,
service, balcony maid's room with
services, and garage, Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro Street No. 48 Tel. 2-2883
or 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, maid's room,
garage. Paitilla, 89 Street No.
117. Phone 2-4669.
FOR RENT: Two modern "Du "Duplex"
plex" "Duplex" apartments, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room, garage,
one furnished. Ricardo Arias
Street, in Campo Alegrsi, near El
Panama Hotel. Phone 2-2341
3-3379.
FOR RENT: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartment, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot and cool water
etc. $120.00. Phone 2-2504.
Ingrid Bergman Sure
Thai Third Marriage
Will Be Success
LONGMOOR, Eng. (UPD-Ingrid
Bergman said Fridav she is
sure she will find happiness in
her third try at marriage. 1
The hlonde actress announced
Thursday that she will m a r r v
Swedish industrialist Lars
Schmidt as soon as "practicable"
meaning as soon as an Italian
court acts on annulment of her
marriage to Italian movie direc director
tor director Roberto Rossellini.
Friday, on location at this Brit British
ish British army denot west of Lon Ion
for her movie "The Inn of the
Sixth Happiness," she said sh e
knew her next marriage would be
the right one.
Her previous marriages, to Ros
sellini and Swedish Dr. Peter
Lindstrom, both failed.
A UPI reior'er asked her if she
was sure about No. 3.
She renlieri v'h a hapnv smile:
"Of course! That's a sillv ques question."
tion." question." She said she had no idea of the
d?'" or o'orc n the wedding.
Bui, if Ingrid was sitre of her
own haooiness. a future not quit"
so bright faced Rossellini.
Posellini also seeks a new way
of life, possibly with Indian script
writer Sonaii Dps Gtmta whose
name was linked to Rnssellini's
during r''lTl chnn'in" n trr'a. ln
during film shooting in India lasi
year.
Even as the announcement of
Mi's Rpr"man's nond'nc marri
age was being made, bankrunfev
proeeedi'"'s "pre being filed
against Rossellini.
Two Italian businessmen have
accused ttte balding director of
failure to repay $34,768 in loans
and he also is faced with some
$11,000 in Italian taxes which
must be paid this fiscal year.
In addition, according to terms
of his legal separation from In Ingrid,
grid, Ingrid, Rnsceliii must my her $90I
a month for her and her children.
Hew York Subways
Stress Cleanliness
In Body, Clothing
NEW YORK (IT!) Iknd
three soap coupons to the fate
collector and vou're all set lor a
free ride oi. New York's subway,
trains and buses.
The plan was put into effet t
Tuesdav under terms of an a".(e
ment between the New York
Transi, Authority and B. T. I',ab-
bitt, Inc., soap maniifactui er.
Coupons have been pasted on
seven million containers ol !":ib !":ib-bitt
bitt !":ib-bitt products in the metropolitan
a re
The Iran.sil au hority repor'e l
that 168 coitoons were presented
fluting the first two hours of or
eratinn Tuesday, representing r.fi
fares. The fares are to be nai.i
bv Babbitt as a promo ional ven
ture.
The authority was obviously so
pleased at Hie prosper! of bp'n'4
pble tn wash nul some o"rtinn of
its exoecled Iwo million-dollar
defici' d also decided to clean up
on another heme.
The authori'y, as an experi experiment,
ment, experiment, plans to install lockers in
a Brooklyn station for committers
to leave laundry and clothe .,.
When riders return to the stalion
on the way home they ran nick
un their clean garments hv drop'
ping i hp right number of coins in
lh" locW'
I' t ie Ips' is ruccc" fttl. locker
1 '- : P' -l'T l
I he citj's 487 subway s'alioiu.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA USRERIA PRECIADO 1 Street No., a) AGENCIAS
INTKRNAL. DE PUBLIC ACIONtS No. 3 Lottery Plazu CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 4S LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasqiiilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BAKDO
BAKDO LOM-BAKDO No. 26 "B" Street o MORRISON 4th of Julv Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Ttvoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fco. de la Ossa Ave. Jlo. 41 FOTO DOMY Juste Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. a) FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DF.R J IS SO Street No. 33 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Farque Lefevre 7 Street a) FARMACIA "SAS" Via Forraa 111 MOVED ADES A THIS
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.

Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceansida Cottagea
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1 866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three monthi,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1167
1167 3-1167 or Cuba Avenue No. 29 29-08.
08. 29-08.
FOR RENT: VACATIONERS
bedroom, bath, choice. location,
bus service, reasonable rent by
day, week, month. Breakfast if
desired. Owner former Canal
Zone resident. Write Mrs. Eli Elisabeth
sabeth Elisabeth B. Hunt, 2811 Leslee
Lake Drfve. North, St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, If, Fla. Phone Hemlock
5-4194.1
Cottimercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Two room unit!,
separate kitchen and service in
cool quiet location. $32.50 and
$35.00. Upper 4th Street Rio
Abajo. Call Williams 2-4807 or
2-1945.
Miami Excursion
July 3 to July 7
Price $135.00
Fidanqae Travel Service
VOUK FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relievo
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-scs.
scs. callous-scs. lnirrown too nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave 33-41
Tel. 3-2217
$ for
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 6.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDCiE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
ftaduxttt)
Panama Col6n
Iowa Floodlands
Yield More Victims
As Rains Continue
Al'DUBON, Iowa (UPI) Two,
more bodies were found in Iowa's
sodden lloodlands today and the
Ins of the slate's 19 flood dead
wore burried.
The worst floods in the history
n' southwest Iowa appeared to be
on their way out of the state, how however.
ever. however. The crest of the Nishnabotna
River flowed swiftly past the
barricaded town of Hamburg into
the Missouri River. The flood
waters were lader with the car carcasses
casses carcasses of dead livestock, but lhe
river level was eight .eet below
the top of the sandbags ano fUsh
boards protecting the town.
Another flood threat evaporated
on the Raccoon River at l)es
Moines. The river crested it .18
fret after chasing 2S0 persons
from their homes in Des Moines
?nd West Des Moines. The river
ivns falling today, al houch over over-I
I over-I 'i -Y pin v tp e ;ppcted lo tith
i l -i cf't past the city hi the
,,pxt k,Vo days.'

4

Miscellaneous

YMCA SKIN DIVERS. Wo hiv
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, Fina and Mask. . $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
NCR accounting-billing machine
with stand, almost new $950.
Including service contract; ad adding
ding adding machine Burroughs 10 key
electric 18 months old $200.
Call 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays,
3-5954 Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: TV 24" G.E. port.
60 cy. Capehart radio-phonograph
combination, 60 cy. Set
Samsonita Luggage, Rocker.
500-A, Curundu, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Signed Original
Lithographs and Etchings of the
American Artist Association. Call
Curundu 5260 after 6:00 p.m.
HALT MINING OPERATIONS
.CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)
Egale Picher Co. today ao
nounced it is indefinitely halting
many of its zinc and lead mining
and smelting operations in Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma as a result of depressed
market coditions.
AROUND
BY
A real gone time was had las'
Tuesday night at the Salon "W
with the first presentation of. a
projected weekly talent show "io
be held on Tuesday at the pupul pupul-ar
ar pupul-ar boite.
The contest for the $25 "winner-take-all-prize"
was keenly compel,
ed with the affair ending in a
deadheat between the Stringbus-
ters of Balboa, Canal Zone, and
The Jets of Panama.
The decision was well received
with both aggregations getting
one-half of the cash involved, in
addition to sharing a contract for
a few days at the pleasure spot.
We had occasion to visit the
Rincon Criollo restaurant a few
days ago and the joint which is
operated by Dante Luis is a real
ritzy place, the heights of "food
enjoyment" seems to be the ord order
er order of the day there.
The service was nothing short
of the best. When queried about
his method of operation, Dante on only
ly only smiled and said "To kep
customers you must feed them
well ....
Well another follow went ahead
and did it. This time it was the
popular Walter Jefferson, who
plays with the Clarence Martin's
orchestra and equally popular and
comely Camilla Blackman. They
exchanged "I do's" at the St.
Christopher Episcopal Church in
Parque Lefevre last Saturday a.
m. with Father Hayes, who was
observing his birthday, tying the
knot.
The macoy was following the
Church ceremony, when scores of
persons from both terminals join
ed in the congratulatory part ol
the event.
A meeting of the Altamii-a
Club was slated for this morn morning
ing morning at the Freneh hall in this
city.
Important matters are listed
on the agenda for discussion it
was announced by Mrs. Una

US Now At Russia s Door;
Alaska Poses Minor Problems

WASHINGTON (UPI) With
the admission of Alaska, the Uni United
ted United States will have a state ai
Russia's back doorstep. Little
Diamede, an Alaskan island, is
within eyesight of Big Diamede.
owned by Russia. The distance
between them is only 2.4 miles.
Alaska has been seeking state statehood
hood statehood for 42 years. The first state statehood
hood statehood bill was introduce I in
Congress in 1916. It got Nowhere
but Alaskans and their friends
kept trying. The Alaskan Legisla.
lure designated the "forge' ine.
not" as the territorial flower.
The federal government is go go-ing
ing go-ing to have to work out a lot of
minor problems with a 49th state
on its hands. There is that long long-discussed
discussed long-discussed matter of where to add
lhe 49th star to the flag, for one
thing. Another is changing hun.
dreds of tabulating machines and
large numbers of government
forms to show Alaska as a 5tnt?
instead of a territory. And what
about the Lincoln Memorial which
has the 48 states listed around
its sides.
Alaska's population in 1950 was
128.643. lis estimated population
row is aho-it 200,000. Between
1IM0 and 1W0. its nonulation in.
rreisr i by "7 nrr rent, whi e the!
population of the continental Uni-I

Home Articles

Rattan dinigroom table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1891. 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-5954 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: Westing house all
porcelain refrigerator, dining
table, 4 chairs, mahogany table,
2 chain, newly reupholitered,
new Vj h.p. motor. Cad Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1751.
FOR SALE: Two 60 cycle sani sanitary
tary sanitary refrigerators, stainless ateel
interiors, new units, $75.00 and
$50.00. Bendis automatic wash washer.
er. washer. Entire new unit, $50. Phone
Balboa 2-3214.
FOR SALE: 4 wicker chairs,
good condition $350 each; 1 bi bicycle
cycle bicycle $5.00; 5 Venetian blinds
for4 4-family concrete apart apartment
ment apartment J91-D Tavernilla Balboa
3210.
FOR SALE: 1 Simmons aefa
bed; 1 double bed Simmons mat mattress
tress mattress and apring, 1 Dixie gas
range, 1950 No. 88 OUdmobile.
Call 3-7152.
FOR SALE: Complete furniture
for I bedroom apartment. Very
reasonable. 10 to 12 Sunday, all
day Monday and Tuesday. Apt.
12 Gloriala Building, side of Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton.
TOWN
TOM
Genore, new president of the
club.
After being on the lsUimus for
more than 30 years, Gladstone
Parker and his estimable wiie
left these shores for Jamaica
where they plan to reside perm permanently.
anently. permanently. Bon voyage Mr. and Mr. Park Parker,
er, Parker, 'i
Birthday greetings were in order
Tuesday for Gloria iBlackman, who
spent the day quietly.
Rogelio Mitchell and his father,
Roy, observed their birthdays on
Wednesday and Saturday, res respectively.
pectively. respectively. Many happy returns!
While ont he fourth of July Mrs.
Stephanie Gordon, wife of music musician
ian musician Bat Gordon had hers which she
spent without ado.
John Springer and his pal Mow Mow-att,
att, Mow-att, two budding composers got a
measure of recognition for their
efforts last Sunday during a pro
gram held at the Gamboa Serv'le
Center
Well lads keep up the good work
and you are bound to go places.
Dr. Bobby Reid was awarded a
diploma of merit by Gil Gonzalo
Garrido Physical Director of the
Ministry of Education.
Garrido noted that the young
medico's constant manner of cond conducting
ucting conducting himself on and off th?
"sporting range was indeed ad
mirable."
The "Doc" pledged himself to
try to continue to merit the es esteem
teem esteem of the citizenry. 1
He entered Philadelphia Gene General
ral General Hospital last week to being his
internship.
Thought foe today!
Out of the night zvut covers
me,
Black as the pit fsom pole
to
pole
I think whatever gods may be
For my ueconquerable soul.
ted States increased by only 14
per cent.
Anchorage, the largest city, has
32,000 residents; Fairbanks, the
second largest, about 16,000
Juneau, the capital, and Ketcht
kan in the southeast each have
fewer than 10. 000
Alaska will have the highest
birthrate and lowest death rate of
any state.
It also Will be good hunting
ground for girls looking for hus.
bands. There are 16 males lo
every 10 females and nearly
three quarters of the women
there are already married. In the
continental United States, women
slightly exceed men in numbers,
and only two.thirds of the women
are married.
If you think of Alaska as a
perpetual icebox, you' are mis mistaken.
taken. mistaken. True, temperatures in the
winter range down to 70 degrees
below zero. But 'in the summer
lhe mercury climbs in many
places to 90 degrees above
Winters in Anchorage, bathed
by breezes from the warm Jap.
anese current, are no more sev sev-are
are sev-are than those In Kansas, the Da Da-kolas
kolas Da-kolas and Nebraska. T h r e e.
fourths of Alaska is in thp north
temnerate zone. The remainder
Is north of the Arctic Circle.

Boats b Motors

FOR SALE: Plywood 12 foot
boat, 3 h.p. Evinrude engine and
trailer, good for trolling, only
used three times. House 4177
Laa Americas Cherrera, Rep. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Price $175.00. Ryan.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred,
registered Deberman Pinacher
pups. Write Llona Sears, Santa
Clara.
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Defense Department
Studies A-Power
For Space Ships
WASHINGTON (UPI) The De
fese Department today order ordered
ed ordered a study to (ietermine wneth wneth-er
er wneth-er nuclear explosions could be
harnessed to drive space ships.
Roy W. Johnson, director of
the department's Advanced Re Research
search Research Projects Agency, said the
contemplated study "is one of a
series of investigations involving
new means of propulsion for
space applications.
He authorized the Air Force's
Air Research and Development
Command to award a "feasibly
study contract" to the General
Atomic Division of the General
Dynamic Corp. at San Diego,
Calif.
The contract called for an ex
penditure of only one million dol dollars
lars dollars in the fiscal year that began
Tuesday. This indicated the idea
of using atomic explosions for
powering space ships was in its
very earliest stages of develop development.
ment. development. Johnson emphasized that the
contract called only for a
"study." But he said it could
lead to a "distinct advance in
propulsion capability."
He said the idea was different
from other concepts of nuclear
propulsion "in that it looks to the
employment of a series of con controlled
trolled controlled detonations within the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere and beyond." i
lhe Atomic Energy Commis-
sjon and the military services
have been working for years on
the idea ol using nuclear energy
to power airplanes and other
flight vehicles.
But these projects have con contemplated
templated contemplated the use of engines and
the heat transfer principle w.iich
are employed in the nuclear
powered submarines
For example, the nuclear en
gine for an airplane was expect
ed to operate like the convention
al turbo jet engine, with the
atomic reactor replacing the com combustion
bustion combustion chamber. The heat from
nuclear fission would be com combined
bined combined with a fluid or gas to pro provide
vide provide the thrust.
In contrast, no entlie What
ever is involved in the explosive
tnrust system which will be stud
ied by, general dynamics.
A Defense Department sDokes
man said the company will in its
simplest terms test the feasibil
ity of something riding on top of
A !,,. I I 1
A aiium wave IHUUUUeU UV con
trolled nuclear explosions.

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DRAWER "A," DIABLO
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Liquidation sale July 6th 0305
Cable Heigths 1 1 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedroom,
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
Lesson
Accordion professor Nelly Hof Hof-mann
mann Hof-mann graduated in Germany will
give private classes to pupils
at theirs homes, in English, Ger German
man German and Spanish. Call 2-3193
in office hours.
Ronch Has This
Woman Buffaloed
BROADVIEW, Mont. (UP-
Mrs. Odeal Dresse isn t having
any pari, of dainty, feminine iiob iiob-bies.
bies. iiob-bies. She raises buffalo.
The herd on her 3,500 acre ranch
numbers eight six cows, one bull
and a calf, with six calves due
"any time now".
Mrs. Dreese, 38, insists her buf
falo are "friendly as cows." But
the bull has been dehorned, she
said.
She has 'operated a ranch since
1937 and hasn't missed a wheat
harvest in 19 years. She also raises
cattle and chickens.
Any woman can become a ranch
er if she develops three qualities,
Mrs. Dreese said
"You've got to be pretty blamed
independent, you've got to be able
to fight for your rights, and you vc
got to be able to do any. job that
comes up."
But there is one job she refuses
to do wash dishes. She hires a
full-time maid to handle all house household
hold household chores.
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PROMOTION One of the Navy's newest ensigns, broad broad-grinning
grinning broad-grinning Navy veteran Norman E. Trickel of Delta, Colo., gets
his stripes pinned on by his wife Norma before leaving for
Newport, R:L, to undergo officer training. The former chief
sonarman, attached to the Cristobal Harbor Defense Unit for
the past 11 months, was among more than 200 enlisted per personnel
sonnel personnel selected this week for the Navy'a limited duty program.
(Navy Photo)

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NEW YORK (UPI) A cool
summer salad is served in fresh
pineapple shells.
Cut two medium pineapples in
half, core, then scoop out and dice
pulp. Drain pulp, reserving juice,
and shells.
Combine pulp with 1 pound
cooked shelled, de-veined shrimp,
yh cup each of sliced pimiento pimiento-stuffed
stuffed pimiento-stuffed green olives and chopped
mint. Fill shells with mixture,
chill thoroughly,, and serve with Vi
cup mayonnaise mixed With 2 ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons French dressing and re reserved
served reserved pineapple juice, ffcrves 4.
PREMIER TOURS LENINGRAD
MOSCOW(UPI ) Soviet Pre.
mier Nikita S. Khrushchev left
Moscow for Leningrad Friday to
show visiting Czech President An An-tonin
tonin An-tonin Novotny the sights of that
Russian city, Khrushchev's de departure
parture departure disappointed diplomats
and foreign neviSmen who had
hoped he would attend a 4th of
July reception given Friday evenin
by U.S. Ambassador LUewllyn
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THIS WAS TH"L FIRST Mrs. Esther C. Goddard, widow at
the late Dr. Robert H. Goddard, "Father of American Rocketry,"
accepts a replica of the world's first liquid-propelled rocket
launched by her husband In 1926. Mrs. Goddard waa guest of
honor at the first National Missile Industry Conference held
recently In Washington. Presenting the model Is Lewis H -.1
Glaser, president of Revell, Inc.

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PANAMA CANAL BRIDE
A Story Of Construction Days

By Elizabeth Kittredge Parker

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5T8th Engineers Build Bridge
Across Old French Canal

Kead story on page 6

Anthnr Fliiabeth Parker, a Wellesley graduate now retired and living in Coatesville, Pa., has

lot forgotten what the construction town of Gorgona was like when she arrived from the States as
a youthful bride-to be. Her book "Panama Canal Bride," which tells of her experiences, is continued

form.

a youthful

here in serial

XII

" IT WAS NOT LONG before the
Opportunity came. Kay, Neil, Char Charlie,
lie, Charlie, and 1 s.arted ut in great spir spirits.
its. spirits. We went to Gatun again but
this time we went directly to the
banks of the river where a cayu cayu-Vo
Vo cayu-Vo was waiting for us. 1 had nev nev-ti
ti nev-ti been in a cayuco before and
was imrigued with its size and
ertideness. It reminded me, by
contrast, of the birch-bark Indian
ttajioes of my native New Eng England.
land. England. This boat, however, had n
ilginally been a slurdy hardwood
tree. It had been cut down,
rudely shaped, and the inside burn burned
ed burned out and scraped. We sat on

the bottom, which was clean e e-nough
nough e-nough and not uncomforatble. It
was manned by two boys with
long poles, one at each end.
Silently floating down stream
with the current, our polemen had
only to steer the boat around the
bending river, thick jungle in ei either
ther either side. We were watching for
Alligators and trying with unaccus unaccustomed
tomed unaccustomed eyes to distinguish the
bright green iguanas from the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding foliage as, rigidly poised
on the thick branches of tall trees,
they followed us with unblinking
eyes.
' Suddenly, I cried out in glee,
When I saw two little white-faced
monkeys swinging like aerial acro acrobats
bats acrobats from the topmost branches
of the tallest trees grave, free freedom,
dom, freedom, and perfct coordination x x-At
At x-At the next bend of the river,
the bov al the bow of the boat

That's right. Now, what's go going
ing going to happen Half the men on
the job wan; to leave. Mr. Ste Stevens
vens Stevens has this job so well organiz organized,
ed, organized, it could almost run itself, if
someone new comes down and
tries to put new ideas into effect,
I don't know what a mess there'll
be.
Why did he resign, when
things were going so well?''
Oh, he's been hampered wilh
red tape lrom the very beginning.
It has always irked him. It was
the same with Mr. Wallace. Thej

both knew exactly what wjs
needed for the job bu. everything
had to be held up for bids. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes requests would be question questioned
ed questioned by congressmen who knew no nothing
thing nothing aboiu engineering, much less
about conditions in the tropics.
They both were called to Wash Washington
ington Washington so of. en for questioning, it
interfered with the job. If either
had been given a free hand end
proper aLfthority, the work would
have gone much faster. John F.

Stevens knows his job. Look al
Culebra Cut. That's primarily a
railroad problem and Mr. S. evens
is a railroad man. So is Louis K.
Rourke. He's directly in charge
The dirt trains are always in the
right place at the right time. The
whole organization in the Cut is
most ol f icien I believe Mr. Ste Stevens,
vens, Stevens, who promised to stay wilh
the Canal until he had made i's
success certain, feels that time
has come."
'How soon is Mr. Stevens lew lew-in?'1"
in?'1" lew-in?'1" "Very soon, I think. We're giv-

wilh a fatherly smile, said "Here.
Captain, you show me how."
01 course the captain has nev never
er never driven an engine. He was,
uierelore, very much embarrassed.
He mutiered som.hing and Joe
lumbered back into his cab, blew
his whistle, and chugged away.
Later on Joe and the captain be became
came became the best .of friends.

It was not long before many of

inese oiaer man iolded their
ems like Arabs and as silently
stole away." Jackson Smith went
in 1908, and Labor, Quarts,
and Subsistence became the Quar Quartermaster's
termaster's Quartermaster's Department under Co Colonel
lonel Colonel Devol and the Subsistence
Depanmen. under Major Wilson.
Colonel Hodges replaced Mr.
Smith on the Canal Commission.
A general reorganization was
gradually effected.

Constructing a 310-foot bridge
across the historic old French
Canal near Fort Sherman In 60
days is no easy task, but this was
accomplished by the 518th En Engineer
gineer Engineer Company (Combat" of
Fort Kobbe, commanded by 1st.
Lt. David p. Larsen.

Hill overlooking the Cut. Colonel;
Goethal's house was not far from
his office, and other official resi residences
dences residences were nearby.
Slides nn hnth sides of thp Cut

were especially discouranging. The which was determined to be un

old enemy Cucaracha had not sale several months ago.
been conoiireri We watched the 1st. Lt. Franklin Ashenfelder

progress of the work every Sun- j project officer on the job, and

Replacing tbAuaiial ribbon

cutting affair, the bridge was
opened formally at a special
plank -cutting ceremony at

wnicn col. Robert W. Garrett,
then commanding officer, 1st
Battle Group. 20th Infantry and
Larsen used a power saw to cut
down the barricade plank.
The bridge, of timber-trestle
construction, is on the S-2 road
pbout two miles from the Gatun
Locks on the way to Fort Sher Sherman.
man. Sherman. It renlaces a structure

day, when we would stroll to the
top of Contractor's Hill and gaze

across the widening chasm to
Gold Hill on the opposite side. At
times, we would bewail the ha havoc
voc havoc wrought by a iresh slides.
Other times, we would marvel
at the amount accomplished and
speculate on when the Canal

would be finished.

As soon as a lock type of

nal had been decided on, there
had been much argument and
study devoted to this aspect jf the
problem. The original intention
had been to build the locks on

XIV the Pacific side at La Boca the

entrance but this was changed in

"WELL, SWEETHEART." said favor of two locks at Miraflores

Charlie, one evening, when he land one at Pedro Miguel. On the

pointed with his pole to the shore jn2 him a banque. at the Tivoli
Where the Jungle did not quite Hotel in Ancon next Wednesdav.
jfteet the river's edge. Two dark) We'll go over on the special train
shapes like two rough qogs lay i and spend the nieht. I've enaaa-

OOTtnant until our approacn, ine;i
they quickly slid into rthe witer
atftd disappeared while a dozen
or so small green parakce s
coided us noisily for our intru intrusion.
sion. intrusion. Just oefore we reached the Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, our boatmen poled t ie
cayuco toward the shore and we
"landed at the little village of Cha Cha-gres.
gres. Cha-gres. Walking through the tr.vn,
we gazed curiously at the thatch
'd huts. The men, women, and
little naked children were as en
tjous about us and crowded a a-found
found a-found wherever we opped. We
iaid adios to them and beg.in to
climb the steep cliff thai led to
the! fort, up the worn steps and
pas. piles of heavy cannon nails
to the picturesque watchtowers o.
. Overlooking the Spanish Main.

AS we s oon mere looning oiu

Siea, we thought of the old

Spanish sen.inels who must have

kept' constant vigil from these
towers. What niusl have been
theire xct'ement when they caught
light of their formidable enemy enemy-Morgan,
Morgan, enemy-Morgan, the bucTaneer sailing to to-Hard
Hard to-Hard the fort. Within their strong
.Stale, however, so high above
flta sea and surrounded by a moat,
Hr must have fel almost se secure.
cure. secure. Yet old Morgan succeeded

iking the fort he mus' have if

jrere to press on to old Pana-

Then up the river his army

MS Doled to Cruces. where they

began the overland trek through
the .jungle, fighting mosquiioes..
snakes, and fever; hut the gieed
for gold spurred them on until
they reached the fabulously rich
'Sty .'land sacked it.
J'Wbat is left of old Panama'.'"
I asked.
"It's badly overgrown wilh jun-gle-now,
so aboul the only thing

"JjntereST lo oe seen is me ca

tal tower. It's six miles from

ed a room. So has Neil. You girls

can nave dinner together. I he
banquet is stag. Well meet you
at Mugsy Maguire's later on.
Mrs. Maguire has invi ed us a)!
there, that is, all of our depart department."
ment." department." "Do you know who is going to
be the new chief, Charlie?"
"No, but I understand he has
been appointed."
We all went over on the spe spe-cial
cial spe-cial train, everv emplove who

could possibly gei off, for lliey
all wanted to honor Chief Big
Smoke, as he was lovingly tailed.
It was a long night. What went on
behind the closed doors of the
banquet hall we girls never knew.
When the boys joined us a'. Ma Ma-quire's,
quire's, Ma-quire's, they were noticeably de- j
pressed.
In .he days that followed, there i

was a spirit of discouragement
over the whole Isthmus and when
it was made public that Mr. Ste
ven's successor would be an ar army
my army officer, disgust reigned su supreme.
preme. supreme. This job of bui'ding the
Canal was dear to the heart of
each man. Wha, would happen
with the army in charge?
Colonel Goethals, however, soon

dispelled the fear that the Canal

Zone would be turned into an ar ;ofI,n,e Insects was st

my camp. He appeared in civilian
clo'hes. He talked with the men
and gradually won their respect
and approval. His motorcar, which
ran on the tracks of the railroad
became a common sight, appear appearing
ing appearing unannounced now here, now
there. Since it was painted yel yellow,
low, yellow, it was nicknamed the "Yel "Yellow
low "Yellow Peril."

The Colonel apparently had r

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aycci iui uie wum tnai nau oeenivl rcuio Miguel. was
accomplished and was slow in!cnaree of a civi'ian, Mr S

making changes in the organiza

tion. He proved to be a splendid
executive: hp was svmnalhelic tn

present city of Panama. You his emoloves and. of enursp an

mm reacn n ny cocne or ny norse- experienced enginer. H was in

on the little native nonies. his office everv Sundav mnrnini?

H-can also go there ny noat a- j ready to listen to anv comDlaini.s

tang the coast The Panamanian or suggestions. Even the lowliest
kfcvernment plans to clear t h e colored laborer was welcome.
Sujns some day. Perhaps we can. It was at one of these Sunday
later on." morning conferences that Father
! We con in ued exploring the old Collins appeared, puffing and per-

Krri, wamiiiK mmi m """I. spiring in nis long DlacK gown.

came home from the olfice, "how Atlantic side, as Mr. Gerig had

live in Cule-1 pointed out to us, three locks at

Gatun were proposed, with a big

dam to hold back the waters of

the unpredictab'e Chagres, form.

ing a large lake. Intensive study

was devoted to this problem, and
a miniature dam was constructed
and tested before the engineers
were completely satisfied. Experts
were in charge of the various
problems and work was going on
apace. Shovels were excavating
for the locks, and more shovels
were digging at the spillway loca
tion the spillway through which
the channel of the river would be

diverted. Work on the relocation

of the old Panama Railroad,
which would be under the waters
of the lake, had been begun, All
this was as Mr. Gerig had de.
scribed.
Down the coast toward Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, at the historic old town of
Porto Bel'o, suiable rock for the
work at Gatun had been found. A
rock crusher was installed here
and a new town opposite the old

had been built, a town with rows

of drab houses on stilts, running
water, electricity, paved streets, a
commissary, and a clubhouse.
What a contrast to the lazy vil village
lage village across the harbor, which liv lived
ed lived only in the g'ories of the past,
when, from the high watchtowers
of the strong forts, Spanish sol soldiers
diers soldiers kept constantly alert for the

sonle!piiates and buccaneers who were

waiting to seize the treasure of
the Spanish galleons as they car carried
ried carried it from the Isthmus to the
mighty king of Spain. Here at Por
to Bello, the gold and silver from
the Inca country, which has' been
brought up the Pacific to old Pa.
nama, thence across the Isthmus
over the paved camino real of the
backs of plodding Indians slaves
or skinny little overloaded mules,
was stored in the strong treasure
house until it could be loaded on,
But. alas! For all the strength
harbor.
But, alas6 For all the strength
of the forts and the watchfulness

of the soldiers, bo'd Francis
Drake and later on the ruthless
Morgan succeeded in ravaging the
city. Only a dead village remained.

A little farther on down the

coast was Nombere de Dios nam named
ed named by Columbus. Here was found
sand for the locks at Gatun, so
now busy litt'e tugs were towing

barges loaded with sand and

crushed rock over the choopy sea
to Limon Bay and up the Old
French Canal, then bringing the
empty barges back again for
more back and forth back and
forth, like an endless chain.
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

would you like to

bra?
"Oh, darling," I exclaimed
"leave this dear little cottage?
Never mind," I added. "I'm rea ready
dy ready lor anything."

a mauer oi iact, l sup

pose we nave no choice. I ve been
made an inspector in the new
Quartermaster's Department with
headquarters in Cublebra."
"Is it a promotion?"
"Not exactly. It's just a differ,
ent title. The only difference is
that I have to live in Culebra
and go out by train to inspect la.
bor and quarters more or less
as I'm doing now."
So we packed our belongings
and moved to a two-fa mi y house
in Culebra. Charlie took the train
every morning and returned late
in the evening. If hp wpnt to tha

ofi ce next morning to write up
his report, it meant the loss of
the remainder of the df,v, since
there was no train back before
evening. So. he had a desk sent
to the house from th quarter quartermaster's
master's quartermaster's storehouse and worked
evenings.
As we sat there the first eve evening,
ning, evening, having a glass of beer while
he wrote his report, big fat cock,
roaches came creeping one by
one from the desk. One found a

ueti cap, anomer came
'Well," said Charlie,"
beer All right have
more."

He fil'ed the bottle cap. The
roaches eagerly lapped it up, then
scuttled away to tell their friends
More roaches came. Charlie pour poured
ed poured out more beer. They were wild
abou it. They pushed and shov.
ed. Charlie filled more caps. They
invited more of their firends. They
had a lovely party. In the morn morning.
ing. morning. I swept them out all Ivine

,,,1C1I ,oes x,urnea up

i realized tl the Baiilp

running.

you line

platoon Sergeant Casey Rodgers

ana approximately 35 men car carried
ried carried out the construction work.
Heavy equipment used to build
the span, which Is supported bv
34 pilings, each 90 fest in length
includes a 30-ton crane, a 10,000 10,000-pound
pound 10,000-pound pile driver, and an air
compressor.

Before work on the bridge
ca- could be started, a temporary

by-pass utilizing two barges to
accomodate heavy traffic in con

nection with recent training at
the Jungle Warfare Training
Center, had to be employed.
This project, a permanent ins installation,
tallation, installation, is unique to a combat
engineer outfit, in that such a
unit generally builds only tem temporary
porary temporary structures.

- and

l i nn

, suaims, ana suDsistenre
was not the only department to
be reorganized. Most nf thom

der new nomenclatures were un
der the direction of an army of
ficer.
The entire Isthmus, like all

uaui, was divided into three

;1 ,T, raclC the Central and
the Atlantic divisions. The Pacific
Division, extending from the Pa

in
n

Williamson the Central, from Pe'

urn miguei 'o (iamboa, under
Colonel Gaillard, whose name was
later given to Culebra Cut. The
Atlantic Division was in charge
of Colonel Sibert with headquar
ters at Gatun.
At CiiVbra was the wodden
Administration Building on Brain

itlgi 'II

COL. ROBERT W. GARRETT, center, former commandinir officer of th fsf taitti n
20th Infantry and 1st Lt. David. P. Larsen, commanding officer 518th Fnrtnppr f$He Gr0up'
a power saw to cut through a barricade plank thuspenS 'a ?w bS tS S'

"i "r?1Bi". ir'' m ranKiin Asnenielder assists in the "ribbon-cutiTno-

e

ceremony. (U.S. Army Photo)

i

COL. ROBERT W. GARRETT, right, former commanding officer, 1st Battle Group, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, congratulates lit Lt. David P. Larsen, commanding officer, 518th Enginere Company
(Combat) on the completed construction of a bridge-, spanh tog the French Canal, joinin?
Fort Sherman with Gatun. i list Lt. Franklin Ashenfelder is shown at center, Only minutes
before, both lieutenants were fished from the,canal after spectators dunked them as part of
the bridge-opening ceremony. (ti.S. Army Phto)

McClellan Says U.S. Crime Syndicate

Worming Way Into Labor Management

I Jo

rwusto

OK found it all verv intriguin

jipecially the big pih-s ol rusty

on Dans, so iieaw i coumn i
lift one

fcfek we went down the slipp

lie steps, back through he

fesome little town ol lhatrhen

along a munny lane, nacK to

lOur Cayuco waiting for us on Ihe

river bank, uur noys nan to worn
inow, poling the heavy boat up
the swift current. Sometimes we
'feemed to hardh move at all.
;t At last, however, we reached
jftatun. whre we slifllx crawled
Ifrom the cayuco just as an emp emp-MT
MT emp-MT Atrl train went rlattenngly a
jejTOSI the trestle beyond. We
HEbcd up the river back to the
BlMon a few minutes before the

ME lor Viuisood lame

XIII
EVENING, WHILE I was
on the porch wai.ing lor
to come home. I glanced

ind saw him ploddine wear,.

Bb tile hill. His slioiilili rs wcn

Hd his head down His whole

Kt Was one Ol discouragement.

met Him at the door

MUrest.' I exclaimed "what
fcgs happened?
'.Plenty," he replied

1 in and tell me i

M easy chair oui tor him

chief has resigned"1 he

Hp a tragic tone.

CWef? You mean Mr Sic

asked incredulously.

tr

long

M

bulled

,The

Good morning, Father Collins.'

greeted the Colonel. "Have you
come to register a complain'?"
'Oh, no, Colonel Goethals," re replied
plied replied Fa her Collins With a twin twinkle
kle twinkle in his eye, 'not exactly a corn corn-see
see corn-see I need some of that compress'.

ed air you are using in the Cut.

i he line runs conveniently near
the church I'm building. I want wanted
ed wanted to .ap the line but your men
told me I would have to get your
prrmis'on I'll make you a pro proposition
position proposition Colonel. If you'll give me
some of your compressed, air, I'li
give you all the hot air you
want !"
Father Collins got his compress compressed
ed compressed air,
Graduallv. hnwpver nH inpuif.

puffing ably, there were changes. Armv

offices began to take over the top
jobs. If this was galling to the
faithful old timers, little complaint
was voiced. The old construction
men painstakingly taught the new newcomers
comers newcomers their unfamiliar duiies.
There was some friction, to ba
sure, but for Ihe most part, the
wheels of the machinery ran
smoothly, oiled by mutual re respect.
spect. respect. One young officer, who took nis
responsibilities seriously was g'v.

ing advice to an old locomotive
engineer, who, if he hadn't been
I born in the cab of an engine, had

i n lainiy spent most oi nis nu numerous
merous numerous years in one.
.foe listened respectfully to Ihe
young captain, then slowiv climb climbed
ed climbed down from his locomotive, and

PRECIOS: .75 v .40
TODAY
!'M S:30 9:00 n.m.

20th CENTURY-FOX
PRESENTS ALL THE DAYS AND NIGHTS C

THE

YOUNG LIONS

Irwin Shaw's
monumental
beat-seller.

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OnsmaBcoMI

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Also Starring
HOPE LANGE BARBARA RUSH MAY BRITT

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Sen-tions about his associates in his

ate Rackets Committee has ended
its tour of Mafia's genealogical jun

gle and is fitting out for an expe

dition into the Chicago under

world.

Litterally hundreds of names of

well-known gangsters, their
friends, relatives and victims
went into the committee record
during the four days given to de.
fining the boundaries of the new
investigation of criminals in labor
and business.
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) said as the first phase
of the hearing ended Thursday the
testimony "can leave no doubt"
that the U.S. crime syndicate is
trying to worm its way to respec respectability
tability respectability via legitimate labor and
management connections.
Disclosed by the committee,

McClellan said, was "an arrogant
challenge to the government and
to the decent people of this coun country"
try" country" by the Mafia.

Opn Ntxt W.ek

He announced the next set of

hearings, opening next week,
would look into "successfol infil infiltration"
tration" infiltration" of the Chicago restaurant
inudstry by the underworld. Tony
Accardo, identified as a Chicago
crime kingpin, will be one of the
witnesses, McClellan said. -.
With but one partial exception,
most of the week's information
about the secret crime organiza organization
tion organization of Sicilian origin came ,from
policemen, who gave the commit commit-tee
tee commit-tee an astounding picture Of fa.
father son uncle neohew re.
lationships that spread from coast
to coast, i
The committee got only Iht 5th
Amendment, in various forms,
from most of the .witnesses it
called for first-hand information
about the Mafia.
But Thomas (Three Finger
Brown) Lucchese, who said he he-was
was he-was a "dress contractor," taw the
committee that he was not a
member of the Mafia and "def "definitely"
initely" "definitely" not connected with illegal
activities. Nonetheless, he dipped
behind the protection of th Eon.

jtitution to avoid answering ques. I

various businesses.

TIU About Nam

Committee Counsel Robert F.

Kennedy, who identified Lucchese

as. an underwood figrre, also

asked the short, swarthy New
Yorker iabout his arrest record

dating back to the 1920's. He got

sone information, but Lucchese
balked at naming the man he was

accused of murdering in 1928. The
charge was later dropped.
Lucchese was more than willing
to tell how he got his nickname
of "Three Finger Brown." He said
although he lost his finger in an
industrial accident in 1917, it
wasn't until his first arrest that
anyone hung the "three finger"
name on him.
Then, he said, police, who ar arrested
rested arrested him on an auto theft
charge decided to call him "Three
Finger Brown" after the famous
baseball pitcher, Mordecai Brown,
who had only three fingers on his

START PRODUCTION
NEW YORK (UPI) Ormet
Corp. Tueday announced the
Start of a'umina production at its
new $55 million plant in Burnside,,
La., with full-scale output ex-

?ected to begin late this summer,
he $285 million Ormet complex
is jointly owned by Revere Copper
and Brass, Inc. and Ilin Mathie-

son Chemical Corp.

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pitching hand.
"No. one else, except the news,
papers, uses it," he said.

STRAIGHT AND NARROW
the "swim-shift" is headed for
the beach in the wake of the
new chemise fashions. Created
by Rose Marie Reid, the hori horizontally
zontally horizontally stniped suit is relieved
by vertical stripes at hip and
edging of the square neckline.

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Two Words That Made
The World Remember
The Man It Tried
To Forget!

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BAIT FOR AN ARGUMENT

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WANT bait for an argument?
Here is a puzzling question
that will doubtless comply:
Supposing that a bird weigh weighing
ing weighing several ounces flies into
a transparent box with only one
small opening; and, Unable to get
out again, and without alighting,
continues to dy round and round
in the box would tt increase or
otherwise affect the weight of
the box?

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Trickster's Figuring
CAN you write down Ave odd
figures in a column and add
them up to total twenty ?
While this may seem Impos Impossible,
sible, Impossible, there is a trick way of
doing it
Simply Jot down 'the figures 5,
13, 1 and 1. Add these and the
total will be 20. If someone points
out that this shows only tour
numbers, it can be stated that
while this may b true, the terms
of the problem were to write
down five odd figures and this
has been done 1, 3, 5, 1 and 1.

Ups and Downs in Arithmetic

T0 SOLVE this wits tester, pro-

ceed aa in o crossword puz puzzle,
zle, puzzle, using numbers instead of
letters for the answers. Insert a
single digit m each square. The
trick is to get answers that wW
function across and down.
ACROSS
1. High time to blow a whistle.
" 3. Age of the State of Israel.
5. With cheers for everyone,
he sang "Give jne minutes
more" while riding on Cloud
7, If a 14-year-old's birthday
is March 4th, Jt was born on the
th day t thetmoatn. '2.

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By H. C. Kaufman

LET'S suppose one picture is
worth 10,000 words. Add SO
words, stated below, and you
have a t0,0!0-word description oj
the "thiuff" above:
This sketch, with the annota annotation.
tion. annotation. "Kruesi, make this," was
scrawled on a piece of paper on
August 12, 1877. The device it

self was granted a patent on
!h IB 1R7S Maw nf thp ma

chine's appearance brought curi curious
ous curious crowds on special trains to
, Menlo Park, N. J. President
Hayes invited its inventor to the
White House and is said to have
sat up until 3:30 a. m. witnessing
a demonstration of the new
Avonder.
Here's the thing: what device
was it and who was the Inventor?
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Restore the Missing Elements

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I ANY words can be broken

down into other words with

out rearranging their letters.
Two such words appear in skele skeletonized
tonized skeletonized form across the tops of
the blocks above. You are asked
to restore the missing letters.
To do this, copy all of the let letters
ters letters which are now In sight In

And So Fourth

THIS is a Fourth of July quia
on notable fours. Row quick quickly
ly quickly can you step forth with the
correct answers?
1. Four o'clock should remind
on of shadows, lowers, food foodstuffs?
stuffs? foodstuffs? 2. What is regarded as the
fourth dimension: length, depth,
timer
3. A four-bagger iS applauded
in baseball, archery, taunting?
4. What equestrian sport Is
played with four on a team?
8. Which la a four-in-hand:
taxicab, neoktle, animal?
6. What is the Fourth Estate?
7. On s ship, four bells marks
what time?
8. Four score totals sixty,
eighty, forty?
9. What are petit-fours?
10. in what game Is the fourth
player a dummy?
11. To what does the Fourth
Amendment of the U. S. Consti Constitution
tution Constitution refer?
12. Oddly, three U. S. Presi Presidents
dents Presidents died on July 4. Two. who
-died on the same day, were sign signers
ers signers of the Declaration of Inde Independence.
pendence. Independence. Can you name them?
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Trust Your Eyes?

Eye-Cue
Ice
Breaker k J

PENCIL PIERCES A DOT JUNGLE

AN ICEBREAKER is a game that mixes guests
and puts them in gay spirits. Here Is such a
game that Is especially appropriate for a summer
party since it Is not too exerting.
Guests are given pencils and paper and are asked
to divide their sheets into three columns. These are
to be labelled Brown, Blue and Other. Columns are
divided Into four or five horizontal rows.
At a signal, each participant attempts to list
names of persons whose eyes are the color Indicated.
This means a search through the crowd, of course.
When all cards have been completed, host or
hostess draws names of those present from a box
or bat Players are asked to cross off names on
their card as drawn.
Winners are those persons who are the first to
get three names across, diagonally, round robin, or
In whatever patterns are designated.
A number of prises are suggested for winners.

I Z 3 H Ski S 10 H U 13 W t ifc n
I I I I i I i i I i I I r I I i i

pose this inter-

which line is

There's Just One Word for It
VHAT one word, one to which a hint Is given In
W tna phrase itself, can be found by rearranging
the letters in TIS NO DEMON ART?
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8. Odds against your Fe"deral
Income tax being audited is
to one.
10. Two one-hundredths.
11. The moon is approximately
1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 thousand miles in
diameter ?
12. Shakespeare plays: Gen Gentlemen
tlemen Gentlemen from Verona: th Night
. 15. Remember the Maine, 18
17. Literary Lane: If Bryant Is
2nd street and Cooper is 3rd
street, what is street number of
Addison ? Emerson ?
DOWN
1. This Is bad on Friday.
2. Gag: A Hollywood actress
celebrated her silver wedding an anniversary,
niversary, anniversary, married times.
3. A singleton.
4. Oh, for my childhood daze.
6. Rhymes with "sign pen."
9. Perm:
TViere is worse than a
cold nurse,
Except behold a nurse
with a cold!
11. Day that puts February in
a class by Itself.
13. If gumdropa come in fi
colors, what is the smallest num number
ber number of assorted gumdrops a child
would have to buy to be sure of
getting at least 3 the same?
14. Silver wedding.
16. An day clock.
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rlUST your eyes
sufficiently to
make a clear-cut
decision? You may

be sorry in
this case.
Two dotted
lines bisecting
the parallelo

gram (at right)

estlng question:

longest?
After you have decided, use a
ruler to check on your answer.
This is another example of a
puzzling optical Illusion.

TIE THE BULL BY THE HORNS

EVER TONE
pictured in the
drawing at left
seems to he
pleased with his
ability to Ihrow
a lariat
But two of the
persons indicated
are in for a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. Only one of the
lariats thrown
has found its
mark, and that
rather insecurely
about the horns
of the animal at
upper right
Which lariat do
you think has
been thrown
most accurately?
To check on
your answer,
trace the rope
held by the per person
son person you have se selected
lected selected through to
the end.
Only one of

the three ropes leads to the ani animal.
mal. animal. If your first try fails, se select
lect select another contestant and try
again.
Of course, it is not fair to work
the problem in reverse.
Individual lassoes twist and
turn but do not assume sharp
angles in course of flight

NOTE that the
horizontal and
vertical rows of dots
in the diagram at
right are designated
by tetters and num numbers.
bers. numbers. To draw a pic picture
ture picture midst this mass
of dots, simply start
at the first point
listed below and
then draw lines from
point to point as in indicated
dicated indicated thereafter.
A picture of a
mighty Jungle ani animal
mal animal can be made to
appear as follows:
Begin at intersection
4- D, draw to 3-E,
to S-F. to 1-H, 2-J,
5- J, 6-K, 5-L. 4-K.
$-K. 4-M. 7-U -M.
-K. I-H, -0, 8-F.
10-B, 9-D. T-B, 5-D.
6- C, 4-D, 8-C, 6-B,
7- A, 11-A, 18-F, 14-
E, 17-1, 18-1, 17-N.
1S-L, 18-P, 14-0,
13-0, 12-N, 14-8,
10-Q. 10-R. 8-P. 9-it.
Start again from
iO-R, to 8-V, 7-V,
6-X, 10-X, 14-S, 13 13-X,
X, 13-X, 12-X, 11-Z, 15-Z,
W-U.
Begin 3-E, 4-13, 5-
F, 4-F.

If a second person is available, jnrtrrrr-r i rt r- rrirr a n
ask him or her to rd off the OPPOSJTES ARE SIMILAR

Unas which are to be inserted
while you fill them la.
Name the Animals
EACH of the missing words la
the sentences below is the
name of a living creature often
used in a figurative sense. What
are the creatures ?
1. The - - In the grass.
t- The - - of another color.
8. The - - In the china shop.
4. The - In the belfry.
5. it's a - In the ointment
. A la the throat
7. The at the door.
8. The la sheep's clothing.
9. The - It) the bonnet
10. quiet as a church ------
Time limit: two minutes.
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mathematical

eoaflg u r a 1 1 o n
poses a challenge
In the wheel-like
figure at left
Using this de design,
sign, design, see if you
can plaoe the
numbers 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
and 10 around
the circle so that
the sum of the
numbers in any

two adjacent spoke-segments of the wheel equals

the sum of the two numbers diagonally opposite.
All ten numbers stated must be Inserted; each
but once.
Can you meet the challenge?
Time limit: Five minutes.

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This Die Is Cast Six Times
SUPPOSE you are throwing a pair of dice. How
many different total scores are possible in six
throws? Take a guess then check below. Re Remember,
member, Remember, you are asked for total scores.

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FILL IN PUZZLE FOR JUNIORS

PETE the Pup
is getting a
big boot put of
some-thing he
sees in the illus illustration
tration illustration at right,
but whatever It
is seems to have
disappeared.
To restore the
missing object
simply draw a
continuous line
from dot 1 to dot
2 to dot 3, etc.,
until you have
used up all of the
dots. Where two
numbers are be beside
side beside one dot use
the dot for both,
Afterwards, you
may wish to color
the scene appro appropriately.
priately. appropriately. Riddle
VVTHAT kind of
" a girl do you
naturally expect
to get a ring?
sum v

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1. Every morning at ten
o'clock. Mr. Adam, as customary,
calls for his mall.
2. The road ovei the moun mountains
tains mountains was paved.
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a tack aa he mounted the ladder?
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5. After selling all my cobalt
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HORIZONTAL
1-He killed Goliath (1 Sam 17:
49) v
6 King of Assyria (2 Kt 15:19)
9 Jesus told Simon Peter he was
this, "but not all" (John 11:10)
14 Straighten.
15 Macaw
18 Church passageway.
17 Disagreeably
19 The first book of the New
Testament
21 Self.
22 Bogs.
23 t-Wager.
24 Severe.
27 Sort
28 Note In the scale.
29 Exclamations.
30 Hue.
31 King Ahab served him (1 KL
16:31)
33 Decay.
34 In what did the angel from
heaven hold a great chain?
(Rev. 20:1)
35 Labored.
37 Exist
38 Lengthy.
39 A pledge.
40 Perform.
41 Shelters
48 Covet what Rifts? (1 Cor. 12:
311
44 Time put.
45 Function In trigonometry.
40-Vegetable.
47 Above.
48 Thus.
49 Love cssteth out this (1 John
4:18)
50 Do this to those who curse you
4 Mat 5:44)
lllkwonn.
53 Grayish-white.
54 Hawaiian food.

55 Fails oi rain.

57 They declare the glory of Qod
(Pa 19:1)
61 Spanish gentleman.
82 Prefix: three.
4 Networks.
65 Relieved.
86 Sward.
67 In a theatrical manner.

43 Grizzly or polar.
44 Hall!
46 Savage animals.
47 Biblical mount (2 Sam. 15:30)
49 In favor ot
30-Wlld hogs.
51 Being.
52 Ostrichlike bird.
53 Drove.

64 P rotestant denomination
(abbr.)
56 Grief.
57 Secreted.
58 Greek letter.
59 Dress, ss stone with sharp
elnted hammer
tter.
63 International language.

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1 One of the

(Lev. 24:11)
2 Wing.
3 Power.
4 Buries.
5 Condescend.
6 Remunerate.
7 Father of Eliphal (1 Chr. 11:
35) t,
8 Bewail.
9 Domestic animals.
10 Ignited.
11 A son of Saul (1 Chr. 9:39)
12 Toward the sheltered side.
IS Salamander-like amphibian.
18 Beholdl
20 In addition
22 Discover.
24 She was buried In Hebron in
the land of Canaan (Gen. 23:
19)
25 He was the doubting disciple
(John 20:27)
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27 Sovereign.
28 Disappoint.
30 Sunburns.
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paign campaign in Stamford, Conn., with a 30 Vi -foot-long airport vacuum cleaner that can
inhale objects, from ramps and fun ways, nt the rate of one million square feet
n hour. Consolidated Diesel Electric makes it forWUnited States Air Force.

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UPSWING SHIFT Despite dark clouds in the reces recession
sion recession picture, Republic Aviation in Farmingdale, N.
Y sees some blue sky ahead. Here job applicants
fill out papers for employment. The firm, one of
the biggest jet plans makers, is hiking production.

A MERICAN-EQUIPPED arid American-trained, the armed force of National.
i- ist China drill constantly on Formosa to aiay in a state of combat readineis.
The three services of the 630,000-man force hav baeft replenished wiOi youtigfeir
men and the latest training techniques since the days of 1949 when Chiang Kai Kai-shek
shek Kai-shek and his armies, along with some two million other Chinese, left China
and journeyed across the 100-mile straits to Formosa. Non-commissioned officers
and enlisted men average 26 years of age, while officers average 32 years.

A mock dual sea-air landing Is planned by units of the armed forces on Formosa.

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A scramble sends pilots racing for planes. A few minutes and they will be aloft.

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When George and Julia Thibod Thibod-eau
eau Thibod-eau leave for the United States
this week to make their-home in
Florida, they wi 1 take away me

mories of a superb farewell din dinner
ner dinner party at the Tivolf.
Jimmy Lawson was beat man of
the arrangements for the party,
and he did a fine job. The ball,
room of the Tivoli was tastefully
decorated and there were enough

tables for the various groups to

make thmeselves comfortable.
Sufficient snare was left for

tancing and for the special at attraction
traction attraction of the Accounting Div

ision's dancing darlings of the

days of the Charleston.

Alter their debut at Bill B.owne s

party, they have been urged to

re-appear anh they md so as a
salute to George and Julia Thib
odeah.
Rufus Hardy and Associates w.ll
have released all the details of
George's service with the Govern Government
ment Government when the official retirement
picture was taken. And everyone

knows that Julia was director oi
music at the Balboa Union Churih
ofr many years. And that they
have a handsome tall son, Peter
who just gradlated from Balboa
High School.
But I knew George better than
many, because I worked across
the desk from him for a couple
of years when he was a payroll
auditor. Then was when I learned
he was a Navy flyer in th
fledgling days of the Naval air
arm.
Also, he was a commercial fly.
er between the States and South
America in the days when air
travel wasn't the commonplace it
3 today. George still can tell you
how many miles wide the Amazon
is when it reaches the ocean, and
about those vast jungle masses in
Brazil over which he skimmed in
his amphibian.
Knowing that George was a nat.
ive New Englander, it grieved ms
to learn that he was going to set.
tie in Florida, at Winter Haven,
near Orlando.
The old Boston boys are getting
soft these days. Several of then

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GEORGE THIBODEAU says thanks for the wonderful gilts and
the wonderful party and everything, as Mrs. Thibodeau listens
Approvingly.

For Thibodeaus

AMONG THOSE PRESENT, genial Jim Selby with, 1 to r,
and Beth Wilkinson.

Margaret DeLeon, Helen McKeowa

have expressed the opinion that
they didn't want to retire to New
England because of the cold wint winters.
ers. winters. It doesn't get realty cold
there anymore. Why, last winter,
it only went below zero a half
lozen times!
George Thibodeau has been a
prominent staff member of the In Internal
ternal Internal Audit Branch since its in.
eeption. And before that, he was
a top man in the old Payroll Aud Audit
it Audit Section, So, there were old co coworkers
workers coworkers from several sections of
the Comptroller's Office at the
party.
Tickets were handYd by Bitsey
Frensley, Dana Bissell, Margaret
Jansesn, Nellie- Holgerson, Helen
McKeown, Cincy Selden, Ruth
Munyon. and. for the Balboa Un Union
ion Union Church, Mrs. Gene Wilson.
The well-known dancer, Napo'e Napo'e-n,
n, Napo'e-n, of iljeSuppy Division, did a
specialty number which was well well-received.
received. well-received. As mentioned before,
the dancing darlings put on (heir
Roaring Twenties number, and in inveigled
veigled inveigled George into dancing wiih
them.

The Jets furnished orchestra
music from seven till midnight,
and a little beyond. The late goers
didn't leave until two.
A special fashion show was. put
on by Nancy Baldwin.

Three generations of the Bald

win family participated. Floyd
Baldwin, who has the distinctions
o" having served as comptroller
general of the Republic of Panami
and, briefly, as acting comptroller
of the Panama Canal Company,
sat at the head tab'e. His son Al.
bert and wife attended, and Mrs.
Albert Baldwin won one of the two
doorprizes. And Floyd's grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter was the fashion model.
I neglected to note if the mus
ic was played on a Baldwin piano.
A jury trial of the Thibodeau's
was a surprise feature. Judge Lar Larry
ry Larry Jenrich presided. Many ex.
pressed surprise that a man who
once lived in Gamboa could be
judge;" but Jenrich showed there's
an exception to every rule.
The jury bote up well under
their arduous duties. This was a

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HONORED GUEST Julia Thibodeau is seen at far left at the despedida party given to the Thi Thibodeaus
bodeaus Thibodeaus by their co-workers and friends. Others seen around tha table include Flovd Baldwin.
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THE NAKED AND THE NUDE
By Robert Graves
For mc, the naked and the nude
(By lexicographers construed
Ai synonyms that should express
The same deficiency of dress
Or shelter) stand as wide apart
As love from lies, or truth from art.
Lovers without reproach will gaze
On bodies naked and ablaze;
The Hippocratic eye will see
la nakedness, anatomy;
And naked shines the Godless when
She mounts her lion, among men.
The nude are bold, the nude are sly
To hold each teasonable eye.
While draping, by a showman's trick,
Their dishabille in rhetoric,
They grin a mock-religious grin
Of scorn at those of naked skin.
The naked, therefore, who compete
Against the nude may know defeat.
Yet when they both together tread
The briary pastures of the dead,
By Gorgons with long whips pursued
How naked go the sometime nude I
FOGHORN
By W. S. Merwn
Surety that moan is not the thing
That men thought they were making when they
Put it there for their own necessities.
That throat does not call to anything human
But to something men had 'forgotten
That stirs under foe Who wounded that beast
Incurably, or from whose pasture
Was it lost, full-grown, and time closed round it
With no way back? Who tethered its tongue
So that its voice could never come
To speak out in the light of clear day,
But only when the shifting blindness
Descends and is acknowledged among us,
As though from under a floor it is heard,
Or as though from behind a wall, alwayi
Nearer than we had remembered? If it
Was we that gave tongue to this cry,
What does it bespeak in us, repeating
And repeating, insisting on something
That we never meant? We only put it there
To give warning of something we dare not
Ignore, lest we should come upon it
Too suddenly, recognize it too late.
As our cries were swallowed up and all bands lost.
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WATER LILIES
By Lake E. Zilies
Early, the stroke of dipping oars
disturbs the surface of my sleep
and breaks the darkness of the lake.
A rower up before the dawn
to fish among the lily pads
moves dimly on my consciousness,
where, one by one, out of the drowned
indifference in which they float,
the water lilies open up.
each like the dazzled thought of light
in that pure moment when the white
of day breaks open in the mind.
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GODCHILDREN
Bv William Meredith
Children of mine, not mine but lent
Bv generous parents, what sweet grief
I take from our clumsy make-belief.
Neither fulfilled nor discontent.
From my mock-parenthood I learn
Domestic uses, while vou feed
Promiscuously in your need
For love, and all love serves your turn.
The bond I cave to make you free
In childhood was my soul in prayer.
I had not thought to bargain there,
But you stand sponsors now for me.
Mv- fantasy is this: alone,
. L?ke orphans in, reverse, ure whirled
The Veetfless "(rodfol Mbe-world.,'
And then redeemed Ly this bright loan

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WASHINGTON, The last Grid Gridiron
iron Gridiron Club dinaer featured a akit oa
Sherman Adams which was so
rough that Sherman canceled bis
reservations to come to a repeat
performance the next afternoon.
The skit showed him telephoning
to the FCC TV channels for favor favored
ed favored Republican to the tuna of the
song:
Sugar in the morning', sugar in
the evenin'.

Sugar at supper time,
FCC's our baby
And TV ain't no crime.
There was a lot of truth behind
this jingle. Perhaps that was why
Sherman didn't want to see the
skit a second time.
There was also great truth be behind
hind behind Eisenhower's statement that
he needed Sherman Acums.
Bui there was no truth whit so soever
ever soever behind Adams statement that
his calls had never been "intend "intended
ed "intended to affect the decisiM of any of official
ficial official of the United states Go vein vein-men;."
men;." vein-men;." To understand whether Sherman
Adams was telling the truth re regarding
garding regarding his relations wi.h Bernard
Col df ine, and in order that the
American public may better
understand Goldfinc, and in or.ter
that the American public may bet better
ter better understand how the Eisenhower
Administration operates, it's im important
portant important to take a comprehensive
took at the activities of Sherman
Adams.
He occupies the same position in
the White House as that of Matt
Connelly under President Truman.
Connelly's job was to make ap
poiments for the President. If you
can decide who can or cannot see
the President, tremendous power
and favor comes your way.
Connely went far beyond this

one duty, but never anywhere near
as far aa Adams.
ADAMS' ALL-SEE I NO EYE
Every report requiring affirm affirmative
ative affirmative action that comes to the
President's desk is initialed "O.K.
S.A." If the paper doesn't bear
Adams' iniiials, the President re returns
turns returns it with a query, "What does
Sherm say about it?"
Adams presides over staff mtet
ings, which used to be presided
over by Truman and Roosevelt.
He attends meetings of the Na National
tional National Security Council.
He pull wires with Congress, des despite
pite despite the fact that an efficient liai liaison
son liaison officer, Gen. Wilton Persons,
is appointed to do- that job.
And despite his sworn testimony
to the contrary, he keeps a very
careful eye on the regulatory a
gencies, supposed to be indepen independent
dent independent of the White House. The heads
of all regulatory agencies coins
over to see Adams at regular in
tervals,- and he goes over policy
and personnel.
Members of the regulatory a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies all know this, and that is
why a call from Adams to chair chairman
man chairman Ed Howrey of the Federal
Trade Commission merely asking
a question was equivalent to an
order.
When members of the regualto regualto-ry
ry regualto-ry agencies do not conform, they
are fired.
When Paul Rowan, com mi sinn sinner
er sinner of the Securities and Exchai.ce
Commission, voted against the
giant Dixon-Yates private power
project for the Tennessee Valley
he was dropped on Adams' ord orders.
ers. orders. When Col. Joseph Adams tough
for small airlines, as a member of
the Civil Aeronautics Board, he al also
so also was dropped. Formal notifica notification
tion notification came from Adam's assistant,
Robert Gray.
It was Adams who also decided
to dump Dr. Leonard Scheele,
surgeon genera of the Public
Health Service; also to fire Peter
Strobel of the General Services Ad
ministration after this column re

vealed that Strobel was guilty of

making an inquiry on behalf of

his company, somewhat in the

same manner Adams made an m
quiry on behalf of his benefactor,
Bernard Goldfinc.
UNNECESSARY TO PHONE
Much of Adams' intervention
with the independent agencies does
not consist of actual phone calls.

Members of the agencies know
that when he has the power to hire

ann nre tney must conform.
Under the law the regulatory a

gencies are supposed to have a
majority of only one Republican
under a Republican adminis administration.
tration. administration. The other members are
supposed to be Democrats.
But by a process of appointing
such weak 'republkrats" as Ri Richard
chard Richard Mack, Adams has succeeded
in stacking the independent agen

cies so that they follow tie Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams line.

lecnnicany mis is net- agamst
the law, but it is certainly against
he spirit of the law.
To illustrate the potent arm of
Sherman Adams, even ha the le legislative
gislative legislative branch of government,
take the long-distance call he fJae fJae-ed
ed fJae-ed to Gov. Robert Kennon of Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana in February, 1SS5.
Speaker Sam Rayburn nasi pro proposed
posed proposed a $20 tax reduction for every everyone
one everyone in the USA. The administra administration
tion administration opposed it. Adams picked up
the telephone, called Governor
Kennon, an Eisenhower Democrat,
asked him to get on the telephone
to other governors to pressure their
Congressmen to vote against Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn and the $20 tax reduction.
The White House baa a legialaf
ive staff, supposed to work on le legislative
gislative legislative problems of this kind,
but Adams works on every problem.

Again, in 1957 when Senator -Ful
bright of' Arkansas was push pushing
ing pushing a bill to lower taxes on small

business, Adams telephoned Sen.
Norm Cotton of New Hampshire,
asked him to vote against the am amendment.
endment. amendment. Cotton replied that lie
didn't agree with Adams, he fa or or-ed
ed or-ed tax relief for small business. 1
"You'll gat anoVr chance to
vote for it later in the session," -repeated
Adams.
' I've bees around here too long
to fall for mat," replied Cotton.
He voted against Adams and
for small business.
Adams' call, incidentally, was
in direct contradiction to the Pres President's
ident's President's election campaign sledge,
Oct. 22, 1956, that he "planned tot
ask Congress to giv small busin businessmen
essmen businessmen about $600 million in tax
reMeL"
That, however, is not the point.
The point is the all-pervading pow power
er power to the tightlipped, highly effi efficient
cient efficient assistant to the President
who has had his finger in every a a-gency
gency a-gency of government.
That is why Ike needs Sherm.

And that is why Sherm's calls to

anyone in government can .novo
mountain.

Live Shows On Broadway

By JACK GAVER
NEW YORK (UP1) Theatrical
superstitions?
The English cast of "Look Bsck
in Anger" at the Golden Theater
is full of them, including the fa familiar
miliar familiar American one about as
whistling in a dressing room. But
they have a switch on that one,
according to Kenneth Haigh, the
leading man.
If someone whistles inadvertent inadvertently
ly inadvertently in a British dressing room, the
person nearest the door is consid considered
ered considered to be the one due for bad

luck. This jinxed party must leave

the dressing room, turn arour.d
three times, knock on the door and
request permission to re-enter.
Leading lady Mary Ure said one
must never leave soap behind in
the dressing room, for it omens
that you may never return to the
theater. Hex-wise doorman, there therefore,
fore, therefore, canvass all dressing rooms
before the theater is closed, eol eol-lecling
lecling eol-lecling the scraps before the per

formers leave.

"Never quote 'Macbeth' hi a
theater," added Haigh, "unless
the company js actually perform performing
ing performing the tragedy."
He explained that this could

haunt the theater, according to

legend. It all has some connection
with the opening scene and its
witches. f

Vivienno Drummond observed
that the last line of any play is
never spoken in rehearsals. The
closing words get their initial air airing
ing airing during the first fgmal per performance
formance performance of the play, usually the
first out-of-town tryout.
Alan Bates chipped in with the
related information that in the
German theatre it is considered
bad luck to wish an actor good
luck. So, in a reverse twist, it id
not unusual to hear encourage encouragement
ment encouragement such as "I hope yon break
a leg" being given backstage in
German theatres before the open opening
ing opening curtain.
Another foreboding event in thn
English wings is the playing of
Tosti's "Goodby" by the pit mu mu-sicians
sicians mu-sicians before the curtain goes up
or between scenes.
On the more encouraging side.
Haigh said that the accidental
spilling of sugar during "tea
breaks" means good Ihck.

Richard Rodgers, Oscar Ham Ham-mer
mer Ham-mer stein, Joseph Fields, authors
and producers of "The Flower
Drum Song," new musical they
will present in the fall, have sign signed
ed signed Juanita Hall for ah important
role. Miss Hall distinguished her herself
self herself with her vivid portrayal of
Bloody Mary in "South Pacific"
and recreated the character in the
motion picture version of that Rod Rodgers
gers Rodgers Hammerstein show. She ia
the first player to be signed for
the new production.

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NOTES OF A
NEWSPAPERMAN
The primary purpose-of a news newspaper
paper newspaper is to be read. An editor s
fundamental responsibility is to
make it readable. It is as essential
to entertain as is to enlighten. As
a matter of fact, the most popular
dailies accomplish bo h functions.
The truth is that an anecdote a
bout a statesman frequently offers
a deeper insight into a man than
bis oratory. Moreover, superior wit
is always accompanied by wisdom.
Will Rogers, for example, could be
profound in an amusing manner.
Contemporary dailies could use
more wise and witty journalists
like the aforementioned Rogers
or emn such as Ed Howe, .Don
Marauis and Ambrose Bieree who
ave journalism pitch ond punch,
aughter never stopped anyone
from thinking any more than grim grimly
ly grimly serious writings guranlee infel infel-ligence.
ligence. infel-ligence. Dullness is a newspaper's
arch foe. The most important news
the most significant thoughts-
are of no value if they are not
read.
Taste is never a constant quality.
It is a process of change. James
Gordon Bennett was once castigat castigated
ed castigated hv conservative dailies for pu
blishing crime news. Years later.
the oh-so DioDer N.Y. Times devot
cd more space to the Hall Mills
murder case than the tabloids. .
A New York paper once front pag
1 in sbieet anoloev to subscrib
org. The so-sorrv was instigated by
a reporter who had the audacity
to employ the word "trousers m
a yarn when he should have used
the word "unmentionables.
Equally startling is the follow following:
ing: following: Byline in contemporary journ journals
als journals are as common as corn in Iowa.
However, when Oswald Garrison
Villard was a Capital correspond correspondent,
ent, correspondent, bylines were considered as
undignified as hell. After one of
Villard's yarns appeared over his
Initials confreres blasted hrm for
'exhibitionism"!
The pinnacle of journalistic strife
was reached during the war in
volvinff Bennett's Herald an
Greelev's Tribune. . The abuse
that the Herald heaped on the
Tribune finally roused citizens to
take mob action against the irm
une. They slormed the papers
building and caused great damage
The Tribune prevented a sec-nvd
attack bv swift action. The follow
ittg day, the Tribune's edifice was
transformed into a fortress: Every
reporter was armed, guns protrud
ed. from its windowsand an ar
raneement was made to drop
hells on any attacking party.
Newspapers shoudl be more than
impersonal recorders ol events, ot
course. Since they reflect the hum
an experience, thev should inscribe
the full emotional range. . Pu
Wisher E. W. Scrlpps had a real
istic view of a newspaper's func
tion. He candidly conceded that
"our one business is to get an
audience. Whatever else it is, i
newspaper must be excessively in
terestirrg. Humanity is vulgar, su
we must not be refined. It is pas passionate,
sionate, passionate, therefore the blood that
runs in our veins and our news
papers must be warm'.'
The old maid animosity of prissy
dailies stems from their opinion
that reporting the seamier side or
ur existence will tend to damage
the morals of the puoulace. .Hey .Hey-wood
wood .Hey-wood Broun once .debunked that by
noting: "Once I had the opportun.
Ity to talk about books and plays
with a young man in Tombs Pri Prison,
son, Prison, who had just been indicted for
murder. Asked to out'ine the plot
mayor and cleaned up a dissolute
city by suppressing vice and crime
Thiyoung man had read this
novel just a few. weeks before he
was moved to shoot two police policemen."
men." policemen." There Is t sort of armed trace
among contemporary conservative
dailies in this country and the so so-called
called so-called sensational papers. Years
ago, their differences enlivened
the Journalistic community. When

stressed sensational news, while
the Post waa an evening paper

prissy ana pedantic. The dames
clashed over the type of newt each
published.
, It inspired a hinterland reporter
to sum up the strife this way:
"What can you expect of a eity
in which every morning the Sun
makes vice attractive and evivy
night the Post makes virtue od odious."
ious." odious." When Charles Dana, one ef the
journalistic titans, was scorned for
publishing scandal he thundered:
"I have always felt that whatever
Divine Providence permitted to oc
cur I was not too proud to report"!
. . .Dana's estimate of imperson impersonal
al impersonal journalism: "That appears to be
the sort of journalism in which
nobody will ask who is the editor
a paper or the writer of an article
and nobody will care."
The contention that the press
must not invade the privacy ot
individuals is laudable without be being
ing being reasonably. For it leads to tlie
query: What Is privacy? And
there we become involved in a
vague battie of semantics. Pres Presidents
idents Presidents Theodore Roosevelt once
barred a newsman from his press
conference for divulging an incid incident
ent incident which the Chief Executive con considered
sidered considered an invasion of bis privacy.
What caused the to-doodie? A
correspondent had reported that
one of Roosevelt's sons had killed
a turkey with a bow and arrow.
Actually, the newspapers that
expose the sordid aspects of life
are frequently responsibile for a
higher standard of morality than
the consecutive journals that conl
end they protect it. .. Some
years ago, a despicable li tie man
walked into the office of a New
York tabloid and told the editor
that there were things too low
even for a pimp which be was.
His name was Chili Acuna. .He
said women were being railroad in
the courts here and that some
judges were faking the records.
The editors checked the procur procurer's
er's procurer's incredible story and were
astrounded to discover that it was
shockingly accurate. The result
was the famed Seabury Investiga
tion. In this case, a pimp did moc
to protect the morals of a commu community
nity community than some judges.
astounded to discover that it was
the wages of sin is publicity.
Of course, the spotlight occasion
ally burns. Newspapsrj are vt al always
ways always right. Nevertheless, their bat
ting average is pretty good. The
proper function of the free press
is to report the news not to opera operate
te operate as a censor. The censors of the
press are the people. They can
stop the publication of any news
paper by refusing to buy it.
When Horace Greenley's crusad crusades
es crusades caused his critics to jeer: "Do
you wish to save sinners from
Hell?" Greeley shot back? "No
It isn't half full enough of them
now!"
This reporter asrees with Joseph
Pulitzer's classic admonition:
"What is everybody's business is
nobody's business except the
journalises!".

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WASHINGTON (NEA) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Agriculture Ezra fait
Benson, .who has a few Ameri American
can American farmers irritated with aim
now can add about 500 Washing Washington
ton Washington socialites to his anti Beruon
dub.
Other afternoon, there were at
least 300 persons waiting in line
in front ot the Pan American U
nion to meet visiting Phillipme
President Carlos Garcia at a bi
reception.
Arriving congressmen sensors,
two and three-star generals, ingn
ranking diplomats and other nota
bles all promptly queued up at
the rear of the slow moving line.
But not farmer Benson. He
stepped out of his limousine, :ok
one look at the line, whispered
something to his wife and bulled
his way through the door w trout
of everyone else with Mrs. B on
his heels.
"They should have kept that
cuv locked up in his own soil
bank," one society maron craric
ed.
VENDO, a big vending mi
chine company, threw an auio auio-matic
matic auio-matic serve-yowrsei luncheon the
o.her day for a new mechanical
dispenser which sells hot canne i
foods.
The company provided a waiter
to work the can opener.
But within 15 minutes, he let
the lids drop into six cans of to
mto soup, splashed beef stew
on a prominent columnist and
cut two fingers. Reporters finally
decided the luncheon would be
more successful without any
help.
. They excused the waiter and
pened the cans themselves wiih
out a single accident.
A WOMAN WHO lives down
the street from Vice President
Nixon called to complain:
"Since his South American
triD. there have been so many
tourists driving by to look at the
Nixon s house that it s not sale
for the children to cross the
street anymore."
DEAN OF THE Diplomatic
Corps, Nicaraeuan Ambassador
SevUIa -Sacasa, is a real die-hard
when it comes to the Washington
Senators baseball team.
"Just because the team haptens
to be in last place right now
doesn't mean a thing." he sa;s.
"As soon as Roy Sievers starts
hitting all those home runs agin
our Nats will at least movo up
to sixth place and if they eid
the season there I'll he happy,"
he philosophizes.
At the end of each season the
ambassador throws a big luncheon
for the team at the embassy.
DUTCH DIPLOMATS the other
day passed out a novelty gmdi
book to Rotterdam. A sentence in
it stated:

The man who, as 31st presi president
dent president of the United States, re refused
fused refused to accept a salary, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Clark Hoover, had only a
few hundred dollars, from his
parents' estates, when at 17,
he entered St..ford University
in 1891. Hoover worked his
way through college doing odd
jobs around the campus.
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Run Same Peoples

By DOUGLAS LARS EN and JERBX BENNETT

"If our pjysicians fail to help
you, we respec .fully refer y hi
to the services of the Blu-k
Guild, our excellent undertakers'
union.
BIGGEST SKEPTIC at a Stat Stat-ler
ler Stat-ler Hotel party given to in to
duce a new cognac and iced tot
fee drink was a French diplom.it.
"In Paris we would never di dilute
lute dilute cognac wich coffee' he said.
Being a diplomat, however, he
consented to try a second one.
An hour later, the host no
ticed that our diplomat had- live
empty glasses on his table.
"I didn't think you liked coffee
and cognac, he said.
"Well," the diplomat replied,
"that was before I found out the
waiter had forgotten to put any
cognac in my first drink."
THE FACT THAT the husband
of Rep. Coya Knutson (D Mir.s.)
has made a public plea for wer
lo get out o politics and s t :i y
home and I; now going to Cim-

Cut On Popular Records

By WILLIAM D. LAFFLER
NEW YORK (UPI) A swing
band has broken the cool jazz our
rier in one of New York's best
known hipster hangouts bul wheth whether
er whether this means the beginning of a
decline of the modern stuff is
doubtful.
Ed Smollett, who has discover discovered
ed discovered several now-famous jazzmen,
booked San Donahue and his bar.d
for a stay at the Cafe Bohemia in
Greenwich Village just to give '.he
club's patrons a change in pace.
Donahue's band has its o'n
style, but some of Ks work nd
techniques suggest Glenn Miller.
Sam has played a brilliant s.ix
with the big bands for many years
m his own orchestra.
Some of his best work may be
heard on "And Listen to Sam Do
nahue" (Prescott). MosC of the 12
numbers are standards such as
"Tenderly" and "Melancholy B:i-
Dy out inciuaeo are iwo gooa
ijonanue originals ine iujo'j
We're In" and Right There."
The 'big hand sound" of iho
late 1930's when it reached i'
peak, is the theme of an excellen:
new Canitol IP festlurin"? Glen
Gray and the Casa Loma Orches Orchestra.
tra. Orchestra. It's cat'ed "Sounds of Ihe
Great Bands" and recalls the
styles of the Dnrsey1 fount Hi
sie. Woodv Herman, Duke Ellin?
on find others.
"The Hits That Made Rnlnh
Mprtprio xnd His Orchestr? Fam Famous'
ous' Famous' ( Mercury) nec's no exnbni
tion. Marterie's band is one of ihe

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besi of the post-war group, and
this LP contains its best work.
Among the tunes are "Skokian
"Pretend" and 'Blue Mirage."
Dance Awhile with Do?get" is
a collection of fine dance tunc?
played in a manner suitable 'or
homes where there isn'i too much
Bill Doggett and his band .ire
fresh and seldom heard.
For dancers with unbounded j.
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lege" is the biggest dance LP E-
pic) of the mon h. Lanin and
band br?eze throueh 40 num
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Twins are back with a goof. RCA RCA-Victor
Victor RCA-Victor LP that includes My Deur.'
The Flip Skip," I Want d Girl"
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April Love," Chances Ar" and
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buffet in Tivoli Ballroom, as a despedida to them.
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liuied in-liuied female participation. Mem
aers were Jack McNatt, Leslie
spencer, Al Jenkins, Don Boland
3ave Kelleher, Al Mancinelli, kd
.ucas, Bill Joyce, Dottie Gil jam,
Dick Burgoon, and Morns Wax Wax-man.
man. Wax-man. .
Grover D. Luce wort his usual
imperturbable magisterial count count-cnance
cnance count-cnance and appeared for the de defense.
fense. defense. Dale Bishop was a leading
f ivire, also.
When Floyd Baldwin made his
speech he presented Mrs. Julia
Thibdeau with a love'y jewerly
case. George did even better. He
got a real Panama souvenir. A
lund made gold bel. bucke with
initials.
He confided to friends later that
he realized that these belt buckl.
es meant something special in Pa Pa-nama.
nama. Pa-nama. He couldn't remember
whether it meant he was a dipu dipu-tado
tado dipu-tado or a member of the Union
C ub.
George participated a few years
ago in drafting timekeeping pro procedures
cedures procedures for the Government here.
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ture future timekeeping in Florida, his
associates gave him a Rolex Oyst Oyster
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al auditors. It serves two purpos purposes.
es. purposes. It makes the gift (a) more
personal, and (b) practically im immune
mune immune to pawning, exchanging or
giving away.
The retirement party may be
recorded for future generations,
Charlie Belden shot movies of the
whole proceedings. And someone
a'so took some color shots, which
will be distibuted later to the prin principals.
cipals. principals. Old-timer rollkeepers Johnny
Morale and Howard Turner were
there with their wives. Of course
both have progressed well beyond
rollkeeper status now. The newest
addition to payroll work here,
Charlie Norris, was also present
with his wife. He's an old-timer,
too in a way for he was born and
lived here until after school years.
And has returned now as an em employe.
ploye. employe. With plenty of food, plenty of
music a good enteriainment
schedule, and few and short
speeches, the Thibodeau retire retirement
ment retirement party was a success.
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AMERICANS IN TRIPOLI were kept awake during
the early morning hours Friday by the sound
of the old-fashioned Fourth of July fireworks display.
However, the explosions werefrom tank shells and
grenades not firecrackers.
The firing started about 4 a.m. and continued to
rage until past dawn' at the juncture of the rebel rebel-held
held rebel-held section.

me --j , r t w m- o ine leoanese army saiu wie roocis uck u,sb"6
5212? JE2 71tJ Gov. W. Potter Thursday commuted the sentences trenches between theold and new city of Tripoli. .

out ilea wnen we army upeiicu me.
In Beirut, a government spokesman reacted angrily
to U.N. Secretary General Hammarskjold's statement

MASTERS CHAMPION ARNOLD PALMER eoasted
through the final round to post a five troke victory in
the East Norwich, New York, golf tournament
viim hn had a five-stroke lead eoin into Sun-

INDEPENDENCE DAY was celebrated energetically
on the Isthmus with parades of the military, vet veterans
erans veterans and youth organizations and varied activities
on both sides of the Atlantic from water ski-tag to
firework displays.

But the Fourth oi JUiy ana suDoequeni.

j, rm,nH shot an even oar 71 to post a flz-noie score am wie ruwm iu ouij ? M r mii
anlit!homtnmg tee shots on end served to hold" up the Single VVage : Scale BUI as
the last few holes to finish five strokes .bead of Jay He- Congressmen quit the care of Washington.

Herbert fired a final-round 68 for a 278 while thira went

to Don Fairfield with a zva. &amray aoeaa, uu iuuuB
and Ted Kroll tied for fourth with cards of 280.

throe Panamanian students serving time in Bal

boa jail. They were released after serving 35 days of

their 60 aaya sentence ior trespassing i wic iwun

Young Phil Rodgers led the University of Houston to
a sweep of the National Collegiate Golf Tournament.
Rodgers, who helped Houston win the team title ear earlier
lier earlier in the week, routed Purdue's Johnny Ronsek, eight
and seven, for the individual crown at Williamstown,
Massachusetts. Rodgers went four-up in the morning
round of the 36-hole match and won the title on the 29th
hole in the afternoon. The match ended when Konsek
bogied on a two-foot putt that was inches short. Rodgers
collected the title when his 33-foot approach putt rimmed
the cup and hung two inches away.
There will be no rest for newly-crowned Women's
Open champion Mickey Wrignt.
Although there is a -week's break in Ihe tournament
tohorinia this wppk Miss Wrieht will make a round of

exhibition before competing in the Patty Berg Open In-

du mllitarv reservation following the riots in Panama that he has no evidence of "mass infiltration" by the

Citv Tne students were uuitiermo vjiwcga, u, unitcu niu nepuum

in nnart vt- and Oscar Flores. 17

Two non-students, Miguel R. Vargas, 20, and Pedro
Pinzon, 21, who were also sentenced to 60 days on
May 26 remain hv Jail.
Potter's action followed Intercession by President
De la Guardia, Jr., for the release of the students.
Local Rate unions in the Canal Zone announced
that they Intended to press their demands for a 10
per cent wage increase conforming with the raise re recently
cently recently granted U.S. raters.
They did not appear to be daunted by an Initial
rebuff by Potter. They believed that he had mis-take
enly thought their claim to be associated with the
pending Single Wage Scale Bill.
Former deputy foreign Minister Dr. Ernesto Cis-

tlllero broke into print in tne stuaent newspaper rc-

The spokesman said the rebels have been supplied

with large quantities of guns and mortars. .-and that
three-thousand Egyptians and Syrians have crossed
the border to fight with the rebels.
Old Glory nrobably flew for the last TJ.S. In Independence
dependence Independence Day as a 48-star flag.
If Alaska is admitted as the 49th state this De December,
cember, December, a new star will be added to the flag one
year from today.
Hawaii hones to make it two stars . and Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii Got. William Quinn plans to invade Wash Washington
ington Washington next week to wage the campaign for pas passage
sage passage of a Hawaiian statehood bill this session of
Congress.
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House Investigators apoarentlv have only started

vitation at Minneapolis in two weeks. However, the gal- ,jeraci6n wjtn a strong assertion of his views on Pan- their questioning of Boston millionaire Bernard Gold-

lerv at Minneapolis will have to taxe a secona raw w claim, on the Canal. He said Panama snouia nne.

maVp ure It's Miss Wruzht. She is throwing away her

regular eyeglasses in favor of contact lenses. She said:
"No matter what happens in that tournament, I wont
blame a poor finish on the glasses."

Veteran Jim Rathman picked up the greatest
victory of Ms, auto racing career by winning the
Monxa 500-mile race in Italy.
nathman wnn all three heats and finished with an

average speed of 166 point 705 miles per hour for the 189 0f mt canal

laps. However, the fastest lap oi me race was iuiiuiu
by Indianapolis speedway winner Jimmy Bryan, who
toured the 12th lap of the third heat a an average speed
of 174 point 768 miles per hour. Bryan finished second in
the race while third went to a team-of Italy's Luigi Mus Mus-so,
so, Mus-so, England's Mike Hawthorne and Phil Hill of Pasade Pasadena,
na, Pasadena, California. The United States wound up with four of
the first five places when Ray Crawford was placed
fourth and Jimmy Reece fifth. The team of Maurice
Trintignant of France and A.J. Foyt of Houston, Texas,
placed sixth. The places of other Americans in the race

Ron Veith ciei.tn: Troy Kutiman win; maswju

receive 50 per cent of the cross takings of the Canal
. i J Jl A V, li4(nllAtia "rtut.

ana not tne net pronvs wuo wuc nuiiuiu
tag to the singular accounting system a sort of
Juggling game of items and entries with which" they
try to convince us that the Canal Is not good busi-
neHe said Panamanians wanted 40 or 50 million dol dollars
lars dollars a year as payment for the advantages both eco

nomic and strategic wnicn tne u.. enjoyea Because

were

Gregory, 12th; Harry Schell 13th; Johnny Thomson 14th;

Judge Guthrie F., Crowe ruled that the Panama
Canal Company Is liable for damage to a ship and
her cargo which rammed the rocky bank of Gaillard
Cut In 1951. The ship Is the Aurora Borealis, a Pan Panama
ama Panama flag vessel owned by Sociedad de Transportes
Marittaios, S.A.
Crowe ruled both the pilot, CaDt. Julius F. Dietz,
and the skipper of the tug which towed the ship
through the Cut, Capt. Wesley Anderson, were negli negligent
gent negligent and displayed a "lack of coordination and cooperation."

The owners or tne smn are claiming sizo.uw ior uie

The hearings into his relationshln with various eov-

ernment employes and specifically with Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams will resume Tuesday. Reus. John Bennett and
Peter Mack, both members of the House subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee said today they will demand more details from
Goldfine concerning his Christmas checks to 33 gov government
ernment government emoloves. The checks ranged from $25 to
$150 and the New England textile tycoon described
them as gifts for poor workers.
Mack said he thought Goldfine was trVlng to buy
his way into verv Imoortant positions. Bennett said
he will ask Goldfine if he had anv other motive in
e-lvins the checks other than what Bennett called
"fust beintr a Good Joe." Mack, a Democrat from Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, noted that the checks were listed as business
deductions on Goldflne's tax returns.
Goldfine has agreed to see If can brine in an ex explanation
planation explanation Tuesday for the thee-onarters-of-a-mil-llon
dollar in treasurer's and certified checks Dur Dur-chasert
chasert Dur-chasert bv hi firms since 1941. Subcommittee records
show these checi" are still uncashed. The Boston 1n 1n-dustHalW.
dustHalW. 1n-dustHalW. refused to answer nuestlon concerning the

checks Thursdav on the grounds that they have

Rneer Ward 15th- Eddie Sachs 16th; and Don Freeland damaee to the shin and .the owners of the cargo are nothing to do with the current hearings

17th.

Russian oarsmen broke tradition at quiet Henley on
Thames, England, Sunday..
The Russian team arrived for the Henley Royal Re Regatta
gatta Regatta and immediately broke tradition by working put
while the other competitors gathered for pre-Regatta
church services.

Kentucky Derby flop "Silky Sullivan" won his first
race in four months Wednesday at Hollywood Park, Cali California.
fornia. California.
Silky who disappointed backers in both the Derby
and Preakness was given a steady ride by jockey Bill
Shoemaker and won by two lengths in the $75,000 San
Clemente. Silkv who usually lags behind until the
stretch staved closer to the field than ever before. It
was Silky's first win since the Santa Anita Derby.

suing for a large amount. The damages will be deter

mined at a later hearing.
Panamanian truck drivers were threatening to
strike if something was not done about what thev
claim as "persecution" by Canal- Zone Police and
courts in 'enforcing regulations governing the weight
looking of trucks and the size of lead platforms.
The reflations have been In force since July 1,
1955. and after givine many warnings, th nolice have
started to bring offenders into court. Affected are a a-bout
bout a-bout 400 truckers who go through the zone as they
niv between Panama Citv and the Interior. They took
their comolatnt to foreign minister Miguel J. More Moreno,
no, Moreno, Jr., who has been negotiating with the U.S. Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. The Panama Canal Company announced an all all-time
time all-time record of transits for the Fiscal year which end ended
ed ended midnight, June an. Total transits stood at 10.553
comnnred with 10.137 for the previous fiscal year. The
record was all the more remarkable because for six
months of the year the Canal has been on limited
ovr!tions because of the Pacific locks overhaul fol followed
lowed followed by the recent emergency repair at Pedro Ml-
Col. John C. Nickerson came back.In the news again
with the announcement of his new appointment of
Ordnance Officer of the UJ8. Armv Caribbean. At the
same time the Army gave him full security clearance

and command authority which he lost a year ago
when he was court-martialled fof leaklna missile se-

Jockev Eidon Nelson staged, one of the top riding
performances in racing history Mondav afternoon by
riding six straight winners at Delaware Park.
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Nelson started his streak by riding "Sun Bolt" to
victory in he third race. He then followed up by scoring
on "Peck's Bad Boy," "Tempted," "Gannet," "Hand "Handshake,"
shake," "Handshake," and "Unleashed,," In all, Nelson had seven
mounts and his onlv miss was in the second race when
his horse "Olive Tree" finished out of the money. His
feat ranked with one of the best ever at a major United

States track, John Heckmann had a similarly good day crets and "banished" to the Canal Zone where he has

on uctoDer ist, lsae, wnen ne rooe seven ou oi nis eiguv ,n a routine 1ob lnsneing construction worn

mounts to victory.

Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner "Tira Tarn"
has left Philadelphia for Calumet Farm in Kentucky.
The double winner, who missed the triple crown by
losing in the Belmont Stakes, was ooerated on for an
Injured right leg at the University of Pennsylvania Vete Veterinary
rinary Veterinary School. While the operation was termed a suc success.
cess. success. It will be at least six months before it can be de determined
termined determined whether the Calumet s'ar wilf ever race again
A spokesman at the school said that "Tim Tarn" will
undergo a simnle protrram of "progressively increasing
exercise" at Calumet Farm.

Veteran Bobby Bragah is the new manager of the
Spokane Indians of the Pacific Coast League.
Brtaan, who was released as manager of the Cleve Cleve-fcnd
fcnd Cleve-fcnd Indians last week, replaces Goldie Holt, who was
fired Monday night. The general manager of the Spokane
club Soencer Harris had Bragan at the helm of the
Indians Tuesday when they opened a home stand against
Sacramento.

Hish-scoring Carl Braun has signed for another sea season
son season with the New York Knickerbockers of the National
Basketball Association.
Braun nit his scoring peak last season when he aver averaged
aged averaged 16 point five points a game. He also lead the team
In assists with 393. In seven of his previous nine sea seasons
sons seasons with the Knicks, he was the team's high scorer.

Nickerson mav have the oonortunitv to handle the

Nike guided missile if it Is Installed in the Zone dur dur-Ih?
Ih? dur-Ih? the remainder oi his three year tour here. Other Otherwise
wise Otherwise there will be no missile work for him in the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Command evcent the rnivate research he does
In his spare time. Though the Army is temporarily
denriving itself of Nickerson's space age capabilities,
rocketery remains his absorbing passion.
The Atlantic side lost, a well-known figure as old old-timer
timer old-timer Judge E. I. P. Tatelman boarded a plane for
Florida and a life of retirement after 27 years on the
Cristobal bench. ,
Meanwhile the Isthmus welcomed his successor
Judee Loren B. Hillsinger, ex-commando with the
Brtish Army, graduate of the University of Florida
end fresh from the legal staff of the General Services
Administration in Washington, D.C.
Another public figure who is ret.irine after 30 years
service on the Isthmus is rapt. William E. Jones, chief
of Balboa Fire District. He was honored in ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies and presented with two medals and other hon honors
ors honors by the Panama Bomberos.
U.S. Army secretary Wilbur M. Brucker praised Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone police and firemen for their courage and
efficiency during the May disturbances in Panama.
These sentiments came in a letter to Governor potter.
A groun of Panamanians and Americans met at the
Casa del Perlodista to discuss forming a Bl-Natlonal

A blble-readine ex-noliceman confessed a murder
fo- which another man was sentenced to die.
Former noMcman Charles Rothschil of Cairo. 111.,
admitted killed a man In a burerlary attenmt t'o
yearsi aeo. H said he was InsDlred to confess bv the
10th verse of the fifth chanter of Matthew: "Blesd
are the.y which are nersecuted for righteousness sake
for theirs is the Hnedom of heaven."
Roth'-Mld confessed ft the South Carolina state
prison. He had been held there since he slashed his
arm with a razor at the Spartanburg 1a.ll two weeks
ago. He Is serving a five-year sentence for conspiracy
In a safe robbery.
The confession aonarently has cleared the way to
freedom for James Foster of Greer, S C. Foster, the
father of seven children, had been sentenced to death
for the slaying.
Firemen halted a ffah fire which threatened toJ
wine out an entire Tillage.
Four persons, including two children, died in
the blaze.
The flames threatened to sweep throueh the
whole town of Smith River. Cal. But firemen,
from two cities and forest rangers had the fire
under control after it raced through three build build-inrs.
inrs. build-inrs. I
The two children who died in the fire stood
screaming for hefn at a second floor window in
a rooming house. Neighbors yelled for them to
iumn. But as the flames swept uoward. the two

little girls collapsed from the smoke and fell back backwards
wards backwards into the doomed house. The building col

lapsed shortly afterward.

U.S. officials have ordered a blackout of Informa Information
tion Information on the 45 Americans held captive by Cuban reb rebels.
els. rebels. An American ttovernment snokesman In Havana
says the news ban order came directly from Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Observers says the order possibly was Issued as
a protective measure. Thev say the order could come
because officials did not want anything to Jeopardize
arrangements for the captives' release.
The government source said and we quote
"things are cooking but the lid is still on."
gj --j taan
center In Panama to Increase cultural contacts be between
tween between Panama and the VS. They will organize educa educational
tional educational programs, conferences, broadcasts, concerts and
recitals.
Comedian of the week was a Polish seaman who
left his ship in rather an unorthodox manner by
jumping into Gatun Lake clutching a suitcase con containing
taining containing his belongings for a proposed new life in Pan Panama.
ama. Panama.
The incident was not so funny for him, however.
He had been Involved in a fight aboard and was dubi dubious
ous dubious of his safety. He was picked up while'S.wimming
for the shore still clutching the suitcase and
later placed back on board his ship by Canal Zone
police.

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