The Panama American

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

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

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Expert Prescribes

Cure For Jobless Colon:
ggressVe Migration to US
An American planning expert from Puerto Rico has suggested ''aggressive mi mi-f
f mi-f ration" as the solution to Colon's economic ills.
Dr.Alvin Mayne, who was invited by the Panama government to study and
rrake recommendations on improving the republic's economic stiuation, submitted a
report to the Panama government last week after six days of study, which he ad admitted
mitted admitted was necessarily superficial.
"Colon is clearly in serious difficulty," Mayne said in his report to President de
la Cuardia. "One myst recognize that exc ept for a miracle, such as another war, which
requires, the placement of a large number of troops in the Canal Zone and a great
deal of loading and unloading of ships at Cristobal, even a most successful develop development
ment development program cannot absorb Colon's unemployed and under-employed," the report
said.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
TsPTFrmc.KS vesterday
were
searching for the proprietor of a
Bio Abajo bar where a number
of maChineguns and a quantity ot
ammunition were found Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. The Secret Police said the au automobile
tomobile automobile owned by proprietor Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo (Tito) Arango was found
near the home of his partner,
Gilberto Pitti, but up to yester yesterday
day yesterday they could, find ho- trace ol
Arango. i ..... .v. v.
Pitti is quoted as saying that
Arango charged b with taking
care of his wife and fattujr, no
left without saying where lie was
going, shortly after the, arms
cache was found byr detectives.
Secret Police Authorities are
of the opinion that others arms
caches art located in and a-
round the city.
A unidentified Panama econo economist
mist economist is quoted as voicing opposi
tion to the suggestion by Ameri American
can American planning Expert Dr. Alvin
Mayne that half of the Banco Na-
cionai De som uy mc t-t
According to the economist
it.
wn.ilri mean the destruction
of
one of the country's most
and respected institutions,
solid
On the other hand, Colon As Assemblyman
semblyman Assemblyman Jose D. Bazan had
come forward With support for
Mayne's suggestion that Panama
rent one or two Cristobal piers
from the Panama Canal.
-
' ;....( ,, I'm 1 1 v was
held i
Ana Plaza vesterday fol-:
H oania
lowine the release of Panama u
. i ki:..u. TVAnalln who
r cturiont, Nicolas
was arrested when a traffic po-
'ct.nnnp.ri him and founa

a number of weapons on the back,un(jer y,e p0jar cecap
cot nt the ear he was driving. I

D'Anello was released after
$3000 bail was posted for mm
yesterday aiternoom He is saia
to have addressed the rally and
to have, reaffirmed his faith in
the student movement.
IMPERIAL POTENTATE
Conventioncering Shriners in
the Windy City have elected a
new Imperial Potentate, Sir
George E. Stringfellow, pic pictured
tured pictured above in Chicago's Me Me-dinah
dinah Me-dinah Temple. Btringfellow,
of East Orange, N.J, succeeds
outgoing potentate Thomas W.
w-ihyun. New York. NY

In a letter accompanying the
report, Mayne suggested giving
"all possible assistance to the

Colon Planning Commission by:
(a) Initiating an aggressive mi migration
gration migration program; making an eco eco-omic
omic eco-omic base study for Colon in re
lation to the national opportuni
ties; developing a sketch m after
plan for Colon before additional
property sales are executed, and
negotiating the rental of one or
two piers from the Canal Zoiic.
Other Mayne recommendations
include!
1. Review of the impact of the
Social Security orogram on tiie
cost of living of Panamanians', the
competitive position of Panamani
industry on the export marke' and
the effect of the investment pro program
gram program on the economic deve'ep deve'ep-ment
ment deve'ep-ment ol Panama.
to pr
republic's Investment in the Ca-
ja de Ahorros (Savings Bank)
and at least, 50 percent of the
Banco Nacional. It would be de'
Feat Of Nautilus
Termed Equal
To Russian Sputniks
LONDON, Aug. 9 (UPI) -The
Daily Telegraph said today the
Nautilus's voyage under the North
Pole is technologically on, a par
with Russia's sputniks and in
terms of human daring was a
greater achievement.
"No sailor wjll doubt that the
feat of the Nautilus is the Amer American
ican American answer t o the Soviet sput sputnik,"
nik," sputnik," the Telegraph said.
"Not only in technical achieve,
ment and in promise of develop development
ment development are the' two comparable:
as an act o' daring courage and
i personal achievement, the feat of
the submarine crew is the ereat-
er
The. British Royal Navy's sub-
i.
; marine base on the English Chan
, .M -t ...ill K u Mn,.tilc'
nel coast will be the Nautilus's
first landfall since it left July 23
from Hawaii on the pioneer route
U.S. Ambassador John Hay
Whitney will go to Portland to
nresent the Presidential unit to
the crew. Officers and men then
will be given shore leave.
The riautilus is due at Portland
at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 12. and will
lay over for four or five days,
th Navy's Eastern Atlantic and
Mediterranean Headquarters he here
re here announced.
It will be the Nautilus second
visit to Portland, which was the
terminns of a record-stettin"
tranoallantic underwater dash
eearlier this year.
BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, AUG. 11
Hieh
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12:26 p.m.
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No advertiser has been able to
dream up a sign that the kids can't
Improve for the worse.

sirable to do this simultaneous

ly with the refunding of the
government debt.
3. Create a government develop development
ment development bank with the proceeds of
the sale and certain assets of the
Institute for Economic Develop Development
ment Development (IFE) and lending possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of IFE. This would free IFE
to carry out development projects.
4. Make a survey of the possi possibility
bility possibility of the development of ma manufactured
nufactured manufactured export markets, as well
as the possibility of expahiiing
tourism.
5. Re-examine the support pnea.
price control and various protec protection
tion protection programs, to determine wheth
er these programs are not basical basically
ly basically harmrul to the Panamanian eco economy,
nomy, economy, unless definite limits are
placed on the extend of aid, and on
the time period involve
.. .6. "Por costs .seem .abnor-.
.mally high. It may be necessa-.
ry for the republic to Hlay a
more active role in power dev development.
elopment. development. Mayne told President de la Guar
dia:
"It is my intention to make sev several
eral several proposals to the governor of
Puerto Rico regarding the ways
in which Puerto Rico may be of
assistance to Latin American coun
tries in addition to that of being a
training center.
"... I will also suggest that he
utilize his good offices i recom
mending favorable consideration
for the rental or transfer to Pa
nama) -J one or more of the piers
in Cristobal."
Regarding the "aggressvie mi migration"
gration" migration" program he proposed for
Colon, Mayne said:
"Since the rest of Panama is not
advancing rapidly, the migration
must be external.
"Panama has two possible mi migration
gration migration programs: (1) a seasonal
program for farm labor, and (2)
a program for permanent migra migration,
tion, migration, since there is no quota for
the Panamanians emigrating to
the U.S.".
Polish Seaman Gets
Political Asylum,
Hope For Residence
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 -(UPI)
The United States has offered
to give temporary political asy.
lum and a chance at permanent
residence to a Polish seaman
who said he would be jailed or
jailed if he went home.
U.S. immigration commissioner
I Jose M. Swing announced yester
day the offer would be made to
22-year-old Richard Eibel at a
hearing in Federal Court at New
Orleans. The announcement re reversed
versed reversed an original refusal by
Swing on grounds the sailor was
not a bona fide refugee.
Eibel was released at New Or.
leans last night in the custody of
his cousin, St. Louis rub maker
Io Marmor who has been lead-
ng.the light to gain asylum for
the youth. They left for St.
Louis.
Swing said Eibel would be giv
en a chance to remain in this
country 29 days under a sea seaman's
man's seaman's conditional landing permit.
Then, the commissioner sad, he
could leave on a shp of the Scan,
dinavian shipping association,
Which has offered him a berth.
The association has promised to
land Eibel in "some non-Communist
country," Swing said, after
which he could apply to the U.S.
Consul for a special non quota
immigation visa.
Eibel sought political asylum in
New York after his ship, the Fry Fry-deryk
deryk Fry-deryk Chopin, arrived heer early
this month. He got in touch with
the Pplish American immigration
and relief committee and told
them he would be killed if he had
to go back to Poland.

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OLDEST CITIZEN CANDIDATE Felipe de la Cruz, who is believed to be more than 110 years
old, poses with his oldest 'daughter Gregoria a a their home in the Rio Congo area of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's interior. The oldster is a strong candidate for the "Oldest Panamanian Citizen" title in
the contest which is being sponsored by the National Brewery.

Mao Bawls Out Khrushchev In Peiping,
Calls Himself World's Top Gommunist

By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 It is
now possible to piece togel.he.'
from reliable intelligence sources
what is believed to be an accurate
story of Premier Khrushchev's
sudden flight to Peiping and his
right-about face regarding a sum summit
mit summit conference.
It is reported that Khrushchev
got an old-fashiond bawling out
from Mao Tse-tung, the boss of
Red China, when he arrived.
Mao was boiling mad over the
fact that Premier Nehru of In India
dia India was included in Khrushchev's
proposal ifor a summit confer conference
ence conference and that Nehru had been
singled out as the spokesman for
Asia.
Khrushchev knew that Mo was
sore when he first started on the
sudden pilgrimage of obeisance to
Peiping, but he didn't know just
how irate his Communist partner
was.
The Chinese dictator sharply
pointed out that he, Mao, is the
senior Communist leader in all the
world, dating back to th days of
Stalin, and that Khrushchev is just
a Johnny-come-lately.
Khrushchev is reported to have
tried to explain that he intended
to look out i or Red China's, hi1 cr crest
est crest when any summit conference
was called. He alibied that In India
dia India was just added as window window-dressing
dressing window-dressing because he knew it would
displease Eisenhower.
However, according to intellig intelligence
ence intelligence reports received from Peip Peiping
ing Peiping Mao refused to be mollified.
MIDEAST EXPERT-U. Gen.
John Ha got Glubb, one of the
world's leading experts on
Mideast affairs, sees but one
certain solution, to turmoil
there. Only by convincing the
Arabs of the good intentions of
the West toward them, says
Britain's Glubb, can an am amicable
icable amicable situation be permanently
restored. Known to the Arab
world as "Pasha Glubb," "he
was chief of the Arab Legion
until his ouster in 1956 by King
Hussein ojjordan,

This, of course, was wjp Khcush Khcush-chev
chev Khcush-chev promised to abandon i n e
whole idea of a Summit confer conference.
ence. conference. While this eased the tension
between the two big Communist
partners, Khrushchev Is reported
tp have gone further to appease
Mao by plotting a new Series of
threats against the Chinese Na Nationalists'
tionalists' Nationalists' offshore islands.
Mao Tse-tung has been wanting

more hydrogen bombs and atom atomic
ic atomic weapons rom Russia, wnich
Khrushchev is loath to part with.
He and other Kremlin leau?rs
are skeptical as to what their ir irritable
ritable irritable and unpredictable Chinese
partners might do with these
bombs if they secured a large ar arsenal.
senal. arsenal. It it reported that the Rus
sians have given the Chinese
Reds some small atomic lac lac-tical
tical lac-tical weaPons, similar to the A A-merican
merican A-merican atomic cannon and
short-range missiles. But it's be be-lieved
lieved be-lieved that they have held out
on any really up-to-date and im important
portant important atomic weapons.
Khrushchev promised in Peiping
to' increase military supplies in
order to strengthen Red Chinese
threats against Formosa.
But it's also believed he will
not produce ahy modern ato.-r.ic
weapons.
Beirut Merchants
Welcome Marines'
Second Invasion
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Aug. 9
(UPI) Beirut braced today for
a second invasion" thisetime by
well heeled American soldiers and
marines on their first liberty since
the landings nearly four weeks a-go-
The U.S. military command here
announced that some 2,000 troops
will get daily noon to sunset li liberty
berty liberty passes in restricted areas
of this city once known as the
Paris of the Middle East.
The city's hard pressed mer.
chants, cafe, bar and tourist shop
owners weicomea ne news, n
cencral strike called by the re
bels in the early days of the trou
ble in Lbanon has hit them hard.
But Saeb Salam. rebel chief in
Beirut, said the liberty decision
was "regrettable." He said he
feared "inevitable incidents '"
Orders issued by Adm. James
in (Lord Jim) Holloway, comman commander
der commander of all U.S. forces in Lebanon,
authorized unit commanders to
grant daily passed to 15 per cent
of their manpower. Officers may
remain out until 8 p m. sergeants
until 7 p.m., and other enlisted
men till 6 p.m. All will on liber,
ty unarmed.
The liberty zone carefully skirts
the rebel held and rei light, dis districts
tricts districts of the town. Special mixed
patrols of Lebanese and military
police have been set up to patrol
the borders of the restricted a-reati

He doesn't tost the Red Chi Chinese'
nese' Chinese' any more than John Foster
Dulles trusts th Kremlin.

Egyptian Papers
Explain Brush-Off
Of US Official
CAIRO, Aug. 9 (UPI) Egyp
tian newspapers said today that
Pr.ciriont r.amal Absul Nasser a-

greed to see U.S. trouble snooier i lying Detore a congressional coin coin-Robert
Robert coin-Robert Murphy "only after U.A.R. mittee in Balboa Heighis on the
authorities ascertained that the U- application of the FairLaborStan FairLaborStan-nited
nited FairLaborStan-nited States would not continue dards Act to the Canal Zone,
its slander campaign against the 1 spokesmen for Local 900 took the
tiad ; m iinito,! Mafinnc i Position that wage rates in the Rc-

Al finumhouria's Akhbar Elyom
gave the Egyptian version of why
Prsident Eisenhower's special en.
boy had to cool his heels.
Al Goumhouria denied the ac-
tion was a snub as
it had been
interpreted by ciplomats here and
reported in the foreign press.
But its version was substantial substantially
ly substantially the same as that circulating in
informd diplomatic quarters.
The newspaper said that when
the United States, issued a state
ment Tuesday night saying it
would call for an emergency U.
N. session to discuss Lebanon's
complaint against the UAR, Nas Nasser
ser Nasser decided to cancel his sched.
uled meeting with Murphy "until
tffe position could be clarified."
Akhbar Elyom added that Mur.
phy 'tried unsuccessfully to cont
Washington by telephone and that
clarification on the U.S. position
finally came by cable.
UNDERGOES SURGERY
Doctors in Belgrade, Yugoslavia,
performed an emergency opera operation
tion operation on Aloysius Cardinal Stepi Stepi-nac's
nac's Stepi-nac's right leg to halt a throm thrombosis
bosis thrombosis condition threatening his
life. The 60-year-old Cardinal
secved live years in jail after
bring convicted in October,
1946 of all e g e d war crimes
against the Yugoslavian govein-
wen pf. Majshflj xiio,-

On Wages

Union Welcomes
President's View
On CZ Scales

Harold W. Rerrie, chairman of Local 900, AFSCIv
AFL-CIO said last night that the action taken by Presf!
I I" i i t 3ft

aenr crnesro de la (juardia Jr. in connection with wage
adjustments for non-citizen local-rate empolyes in the
Canal Zone is mostly in line with the policy Local 900

has been following ever since the contents of the Kemon Kemon-Eisenhower
Eisenhower Kemon-Eisenhower treaty was made public.
Rerrie said that officials of Local 900 are now glad
to note that President de la Guardia has seen the facts
as they are, and has joined the non-citizen employes

unions in fighting for an equitable wage adjustment for
the more than 10,000 non-citizen workers who will not
receive wage increases as a result of the treaty.
He went on to recall that Local 900, recognizing the
fact that an overall general wage increase was not forth forth-coming,
coming, forth-coming, took the necessary steps to initiate action through
Gov. W. E. Potter to secure a 10 per cent wage boost for
the non-citizen force of the Company-Government, main maintaining
taining maintaining that similar increases approved by the US Con Congress
gress Congress for US citizen workers in the Canal Zone should also'

be applied to the non-citizen
Rerrie said that in his letters
to Potter he has consistently
maintained tliat" "our reqnes is
reasonable and definitely not in inconsistent
consistent inconsistent with the principle of e e-qual
qual e-qual treatment fdr Panamanians
and Americans working in the
Canal Zone as is set fort!) in trea treaty
ty treaty commitments between the two
nations."
Rerrie pointed out that Local
900 is well aware of the possi possible
ble possible adversities non-citizen em employes
ployes employes may experience if tltir
wages are reviewed or set in
accordance with similar rates in
the Republic.
"Because of this," Rerrie said,
"as far back as 1956 while testi-
public were determined primarily
by the ability of the employer to,
pay or the size of his capital in-
vestments.
Rerrie said it would be totally
erroneous to accepi mis new
theory as a wage-scuing poncy,
since in Panama an employe
working as an office clerk, for in-
stance.
could verj well earn 5U

a month
office and a $150
in aiiouiei, ut-ciiuiiig u"
...111 .....I n( iha
win anu auuuj ui -'i"vJv'
employer
to pay
.
T oiH ha rhm V nn-
ports a higher, fair and equitable
minimum wage for workers in
the Republic, and feels sure tnat
in Drevious meetings with former
President Ricardo Arias and Pres
I tea
ident de la Guardia, this
matter!
was forcefully put over as was
done at the Presidencia, Friday
local-rate by union representa representatives.
tives. representatives. The time is most opportune ,for
the government to take the nec necessary
essary necessary measures to adopt an in intelligent
telligent intelligent approach in this connec connection,
tion, connection, Rerrie declared.
He went on to say that in ad addition
dition addition to establishing a miiv
mum wage for the Republic,
the President must taken into
consideration the dire need ot
setting up adequate machinery
to enforce such a minimum
wage, since there will always
be dissident employers who will
fight such a move.
Rerrie said this is also true in
the Canal Zone where a contract
ing firm which has consisienuy
violated the Federal minimum
Wace is on its way to the courts
because of these violations.
i?irri did not name the tirm
uhir-h is under fire from the U5
Labor DeDartment as a result ot
the efforts of Local 900 to defend
tho nmnloves of the firm wno
are union members.
Rerrie said if President de la
Guardia succeeds in setting up
a minimum wage rate In the
Republic, no doubt he will go
down In the nation's history as
a champion of the worklngman.
"This should not he too diffi difficult."
cult." difficult." Rerrie stated, "since the
Chamber of Commerce has adoot
ed a sound altitude toward the
move to establish equit ble mini minimum
mum minimum rates."
Rerrie went on to say that Lo-

a inuinn in unc mute au a vw ....... w-
:- ..u. a a. A,, tu cwilwed with a meetine w th Pud.

workers.

cal 900 is continufhg to fight i for
a te per feat aero-the-bttt4
wage hike hike-He.
He. hike-He. said A ESC ME International
President Arnold S. Zander is
scheduled to meet with Dr. Mil Mil-Ion
Ion Mil-Ion S. Eisenhower shortly to re review
view review the issues discussed at a
meeting held at the Embassy reav
idence during Eisenhower's visit
to Panama.
Zander has been requested to
push the wage issue at the Wash Wash-ington
ington Wash-ington level so that non citizep1
workers will at least keep in line
with the present trend of increas increases
es increases just granted to their US-citizen
counterparts.
Rerrie said that after LocalSOO
was able to get an accurate legal
opinion rendered by International
Union's lawyers in Washinfjton.,
the local union took a decided
stand and made everv rnnroiva.
hie effort to convince the highest
oniciais of the Panama Goverii-
ment, that there was a conflict of
interpretation between Panama-
'- ynnea ,tares govern-
.ments officials as to just bow
,".- au-i-aueo single wage scale
wmim oe applied tor local rate
employes.
'"'.V mi-eiings wun ex-
J'"" nas, wnicn were fol-
Hnnt l r- j- .,
" .umna wnne ne was
.cfill rJnc" t i
. icoiui-iii-eieci, union OttlCialS
Camp linflnp n .. f
v unuci a wave 01 aflVprsa)
, friticL frm all sides, including
i""""" number of Canal
i .;,'..
nowever," Rerrie said "T.nni
900 maintained its nncitinn ,11
"i, .,, .--.- an a
? v whvicu inai us
pu ity on me treaty was in line
with what would eventually hap-,
Pen to local rate emnlovp.
HE'S BEEN AROUND-Syi:
vesler Melvin. of Gieenfiele
111., nas icaiiy been around a
long lime 10b years to be ex
act Melvin, who'll be 107 next
Nov 'U is an employe of the
Illinois t ,11m Bureau and stiii
puts in a to 4 day ul his desk.1
ins iui inula for longevity:
Don 1 smoke, don t drink in-
toxicanls, and eat everythir
you like.

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Thii newspaper assumes no responsibility lot statements or opinions
impressed in letters from readers.
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HAZARDS IN J STREET AND ELSEWHERE

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beer Friday, ine eoPy ana turned to the
fa. SW Si Ir.OTcS
Olaed a reply was in order th sorrows,
5 es ,'?hSrt Ahto raUle n o Panama City at twi twi-f
f twi-f a poor soldier s heart. Ay" ue f the sparkling and
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on the Isthmus. friPnri; are waiting for me to
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question please ? II Panama wire w u v tQ use
wWe would "Shocked" ppo BtlrJSe the season
fercffrocialToaf leas? our have been left off the
sjjjest lists. An oversight, I m sure. Johnny Hazard
- W

t llljloil Tlnv AUB. 8)

OI1UCR-CU " .,

ft in answer to the lev e : u, f serviceman on the

the moral naz
lama City and C

nn1ninn of his own son

say he musi, iwyc r mnpftls of t

Who says he is tne rdg the young

io is m-- ";t - ri Colon, can only

"Americans are exposeu m - -

lethmus and who is

a thpsfl flne voung

-And he must be unsure oi "W."".- t.hP nimns

"reeking with." N Yorlt or any other
Laiin countries nobody bothers to cover h
ou of night clubs anl bars JMJ J hla tM,
disease tt uch as healthy as
the SaJnTff V S

fl. herd .Man the other day earnestly : warning

some visitors not to stay in Panama u'
caught in a revolution they wou d be get out aHve.

punng .ine may Rrli8hwoir.an I

know went in to me sjau-i ?"f,nr her at

v,Q, kqpv in his car to the limits. But

'hoped she would get through

their

an im-ripan was kind enough to buy a loar lor nw i

v,0r harlr in his Car to the limus. nui

TeTS msrear overcame his courtesy when it came

tn irointr into Panama and he

safely by herself Panama with

Why aon i wie .. nt. hP Sn nrudlsh?

ept WHn Amen, d3 -- dent

eyes open, accef

By CREDE CALHOUN
DULLES IN BRAZIL
AND ELSEWHERE
John Foster Dulles, after his
flying goodwill visit to Brazil,
should be in Washington today or
at least there in transit. The fly flying
ing flying Secretary of States might be
described by the old tale of the

report of an Irish track fortnan

of the derailing of a train. Ac

cording to the story he sent to

his boss the following telegram.
"Off again, on again, gone a
gain. Finnegati."

I atbuld say that the secretary

is off again" and gone again"
oftener than he is "on again."

He doesn't seem to be able to

stay put ror any great tengra of

time.
Recently be was in West Ger

many, then on a Monday in Lon

don, the following Wednesday in
Washington, and the Mondan fol

lowing that he was In Rio de Ja

neiro. All of that Is considerably
less than a fortnight.

Some people charge him with

running out when the going gets

hot. I doubt that and suspect that

bis "itching feet" will not let him
stay.

Of course, there is the record

of the run-out at Caracas, and

the most notable one of alt when

the great Winston Churchill was

left Irvine to cool his heels in

Bermuda.
Now in his recent flight to Bra Brazil
zil Brazil in the midst of the muddle o

ver the Summit conference and

the landing of Marines in Leba

non, he might be charged with

the landing of Marines in Leba Lebanon,
non, Lebanon, he might be charged with

running out on President Eisen

hower. With trouble-shooter Mur
phy already in the Middle East,

where was the President to look

for guidance on foreign affairs?

Certainly he needed it, but Clins-

tian Herter. the next ranking man

to Dulles, doesn't look like the

answer.

James Reston, chief of the
Washington bureau of the New
York Times, in a piece he ti'led

"Off Again," trys to explain the
flights o. the Secretary of State.

Reston writes: "The main reason

for Dulles' Off Again" flights
is 'that he likes to get away."
That seems like a very simple
explanation, and who doesn't like
to get away once in a while?
Reston adds that "what golf is
to President Eisenhower, t a e s e
trips are to Dulles. They are his
relaxation."
Well, Dulles had a more seri
ous operation than President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and he is an older man.
It must be remembered that the
recreation of the high brass in
the government is becoming more
important than the state of -the
nation.
1 should also like to add that

Uhe trips also give Dulles a

cuance io iaiR aim io imuw ins
weight around. Dulles is a tacil
and voluminous talker and he
does not have a low opinion of
Dulles.
It is true that not infrequently
he puts his foot in his mouth, but
considering the amoung of talking
he does, the law of averages must
have something to do with that.

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My Gal Dorothy
By BOB RUARK

During the centuries I lived in For a gal who was born and rais

New Vork it was difficult to We ed up in such places as Huston

SINGLE WAGE ENFORCEMENT
Slr:wht thp ranai zone will require to implement the single--toiTW
(Fair Employment Practices
Committee) with strong enforcement powers
n nersonnel directors, including those of the Aimea
Forces have too much invested in them, and because
then is rS conf licT of-interests code or any other moral or legal
riPtwrento keen them in check, they can act in any direction
- fther ir! ? accordance with regulations or against them with
lm?y administrative acts committed here against loyal and
Pfflcwft Si Raters have shocked many US-rate employes.
Manv US Raters have scored the C.Z. Administration privately
TT taking arbitrary action to the detriment of a yet-supine
eroup of workers. And some have been disturbed enough to
thai ,nrh decisions would normally have been noticed
and'revmed TcOWS "only in Dixie Land and South Africa
are such goings on condoned. nninvPH ih

To stem this threat, i exnon V' 4 : ,! "T" tC. Tr: vtn

Canal Zone to. do their uimos ui j-

tnowledge Of the queens tngusn. "i ,:," ,

they will naturally have a better cnance io um.c iu

Li.1 y j A

Bm't H curious that soon after our national government
.A r, ilriii Lin,t th Pvistinr.e nf a double-wage stand-

SS1"" .Tn-r Panamanians emnloved in the

avwriijri Ulan Hiiinavu "b"-iA,kJV r, v, i v
a series of legislative operations was set n motion which

iinated in a new tricKy singie-wage hta

-iderstand this new wage strucouie is

udos is in order for President Brnesw

itching a letter to iKe requesun mu w...'

aatlon of the pena ng sms -wsC .,,..

milarlv some effort snouia De iiuuuueu iu avi..wu.v
lanian citizens, regardless of parental origin. Panamanian

Kenshlp by virtue of birth on ranainanmn son muai uc

mandatory- Discrimination has many iaceis. once
tion a free people, protest when we are the victims of this so so-Jiai.'cancer,
Jiai.'cancer, so-Jiai.'cancer, we ought to be doubly careful not to be guilty of
pEoslng it upon others, regardless of how subtle we might
trnhklt is. DPP

me into a night trap iour times a

year, but for the last week I rem

not to be able to avoid a joint call called
ed called the Blue Angel, which nouses

a singing lady with whom 1 am in
love. Her name is Dorothy Loud

on, and if this ain't talent, then l

am cheating on Carol Burnett in

vain.

I am nearly certain that Miss

Loudon, who blows her bangs out

of her blue eyes with a kind of tip-

draft from her lower lip, will nev

er really be popular down Souih
because she has done a disastrous
dis-service to both Louisiana and
Alabama. ("The cookin' is greasy
in old Louisiana, with that short -nin'
they never miss a trick. Mam
my's little baby is sick"?')

KOL SHEARITH ISRAEL

All members are hereby notified that the annual

General Meeting for the election of officers of Kol
t'Shearith Israel will be held in the community hall of
the congregation at Avenida Cuba and 36th Street
ron Wednesday, August 13, 1958 at 8:00 p.m.
The Secretary.

There are complaints of a tack

of a foreign policy, but there is
no complaint of a lack of Dul

les. He is charged with conduct-,.

ing personal diplomacy, ana ig ignoring
noring ignoring the people with whom he

should work, especially in the

State Denartment.

He is charged with stalling and

creating confusion and resent

mem, dui an ui mum iingm uc
some kind of a policy.
He is. an alarmist as well is a
brinksmani He likes to scare the
world Including the situation is
critical. And when hasn't it been
critical for the last live years?
He savs he does not believe

Russia wants war, which, he says,

would he an "inexoressable disas

ter." There s a new pnrase lor
you by the man who created
"massive retaliation," '.'Mixing the
initiative." and various brands of
reappraisal.
Dulles ia a pious and righteous
man. He wis for a long time le legal
gal legal adviser of the World Council
of Churches so that, there is an

undertone of tins experience that

generally give parts' oi Jils talks
a ereat likeness to, a setmon.

tfe snoke of a "welfare, Idt it,

be remembered which is to be

found not in material, but even

more In spiritual terms." Then

he charges in the latter rcpeet

"the atheists ana materialists me
bankrupt."
One can remember when Dulle

said that Russia was bankrupt
materially, not spiritually, and

when he said the Communist gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment was on the brink of dis dis-integratiori.
integratiori. dis-integratiori. U Un hoHsted about how far

tho Ilnittrl States was ahead of

Russia in science, military and

space, until Sputnik stopped him.

Rut Dulles is an incuraDie op

timist, especially so far as the

"arrnmnlishments oi uuiies as

sprrptarv of State are concerned

He said in Brazil : i uo oeuevc,
however, that the most important

thine is that all the people of the

free world shouia leeit nai tney

live in a dynamic society.'

"Dvnamic" is an adjective that

has been used so much in the

Kisenhower Administration that it

has almost become a Republican

word.
Of course, as a Democrat
was quite unfamiliar with it es
penally as it was applied to "con
servatlsm" by President Eisen
hnwer.

For the benefit ef readers, some

nf whom mav be Democrats. I

hat looked Ud "dynamic" in a

big book by a man named Web
ster. It fcems that originally it

was used in reference to power
in hysics; "belonging to or cha

racterized by energy of effective

action, potent, forceful."

In economy the word has to do

with disturbances of equilibrium
of economic forces. Now that
means something in the present
administration with employment
going down and the price of liv living
ing living going up.
Also, in spite of the fact that
earnings and dividends are dwind dwindling,
ling, dwindling, the price of common stocks

is going up. However all that
may be the result of "synamic

conservatism."
Well," dynamic" is also used

in the fine arts where it is said

by Webster to refer to "produc

ing an citect oi movement or

progression, as a dynamic line.

It is also used in medicine, but

I presume only on a doctor's pre

scription. There is means the same

thing as "functienal."
Dulles also referred to the Arc

tic and Antarctic in his Rio

sneech. and what's morr to "nut.

er space.' f wonder whether he

may not be looking forward to
the conquest of outer space so
that he can be "off again."

Mass., and Claremont, N.H., and

whose papa was an All-American
basketball player at Dartmouth,
and who lived a lot of her lif i in
Indianapolis, Dorothy Loudon has
the best Southern accent 1 ever
heard, and owns some gestures to
match. Especially when she sings:
"And the cornbread, well, half

the time it's born dead, and that

gravy s a lovely shade oi Dine...

All the chicken is tried in Loozia Loozia-na
na Loozia-na (I dpn't blame it). If I lived
there, I'd be fried too."
I will not dare to convey to pa paper
per paper the things this girl does t a

olace called "Mobile," which is

somewhat near but rather decid

edly undear to my heart. (I spent

a little time there during tne ur
the One Between The States,
naturally trying to sew the bot bottom
tom bottom on a boat I was supposed to
have some mild duties aboard.)
Dorothy sings "Mobile" kind of
straight out of the song book, but
when she hits a line which says
something about the swallows
building their nest "and I guess
they knew best" and makes a
visible effort to restrain herself
from nausea when, she chirps "and
they called it 'Mobile,' several
Southern gentlemen in the audi

ence moult their mustaches. As a

Carolina boy that some folks call
Beauregard, I went right out, hon honey,
ey, honey, and amputated man goalee.
Miss Loudon started off with a
handicap. Her grandmother was
president of the WCTU, and thst,

plus a Boston origin, might hVe

cramped some personalities, but
not Dorothy's- The only, time she
has ah obvious cramp is when she
is singing: "I've seen a fine, deli delicious
cious delicious string bean become a vici vicious
ous vicious thing."
Strangest thing about this young
brown-haired, bright-eyed girl is
a kind of rubber face she came
by accidentally. She was gooa e-

nough to play a piano and sing
straight. Then she got good e e-nougb
nougb e-nougb for somebody to play a pia piano
no piano behind her and for her to aing
without working her fingers. Ana
then all oi a sudden she fell into
fun and forgot a repertoirs of
1500 songs her parents bad taught
her, all corny, and became a co comedy
medy comedy gal.
She has had nine repeat dales
at the Blue Angel in 18 mouths,
with No. 10 coming up in October
and her salary has jumped uum
a mild $125 a week to $750. For a

kid who started catching pennies

for tips when she was practicing
"Dear Old Girl" in front of an o o-pen
pen o-pen window, she has moved up

town.
It is difficult to describe the la

dy s humor, but it is tne rare

thing we used to see with Florence

Desmond at her beat, and latjre

is a kind of Humorous fatigue tuat

Chaplin used to employ when the

wnoie situation got too Dig lor

him-
When Dorothy says, "Oh, Gawd

in the middle of an impersonation

oi a drunk singer brazening it ou

you wish you could go on for her

and give her a rest.

I am afraid I am terribly smit smitten
ten smitten with Miss Louden, of wliom
you will hear considerably n.r.re
as time encroaches, and I am not
ashamed.
IBecause if I am wrong, some
people of dissimilar sexes from
Boston, Atlanta, North Carolina,
Spain, Long Island, Chicago and
East Africa have all wept freely
from sheer hysterical enjoyment
when Dorothy kicks it around, and
must be wrong too.
Some have it. some don't, but

this one will last forever and get

riper all the time.

YOU PITEOUS PEASANTS, whimpering awsv vour

disgusting existence In a malodorous snowdrift of incom incomprehensible
prehensible incomprehensible government directive and old lotterj tickets,

you may as well quit brooding on wnat steps the Panama
clanal and other government agencies on the Isthmus are

taking to ensure that everyone here who is entitled to

vote Aug. 26 on issues pertaining to Alaskan statehood
gets pen to papa Mt wWI do you no good no one cares.
I llrar.mslrlnn tAJi AMI ...: a.a.W J

iuu, inning, it out, un uuani isainapi,ciiuuu.
You might as-vfeir stay in bed this morning, tooef
leap forth iltent on hikiruz round town fn search of 9935.

the number el license plate of the automobile in.which at attorney
torney attorney Ruben Miro suddenly found himjeolf involved in the

air conditioning business last Monaay night. Thirty five is
all scooped up, J am told, by those who believe tttfeWio-liD-

ped Ruben cannot have cornered all the luck on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. After Monday night's performance, I wouldn't too

sure. ..,5, :. -l- Jte-'?.
But anyway someone, more specifically" district attorney
Antonio de Leon, has declared himself to be getting 9

with investigating the matter of who tried to Sfjare Mirf
the dreary obligation of making out-an .income, trix return
this year, and wy. t ;

Never have heard what it was spared those four un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate local raters over at Rodman the same obligation,
but I would not dream of questioning for a moment the
Navy's judgment in this matter. If the Navy wants to clas classify
sify classify the theory that, to use cans of paint removed thinner
and so froth as ashtrays is no ctonducive to attendance
at next Armed Fordes Day, that is the Navy's affaV ahd
I abide by the evaluation.
After all, it is a mere nothing In the general pattern
of bluffing the wily Muscovites for President Eisenhower
to summon a public ceremony for his presentation of the
Legion of Merit to Cdr. William R. Anderson, skipper of
the nuclear-powered submarine which made a four-day,

1830-mile cruise beneath the Arcticice cap in an adven

ture which, according to sundry admirals, has placed the

USA s nuclear submarine achievements right up alongside
Russia's Sputniks in terms of prestige and scientific a-

chievement.

After all, the Russians by now have sorted out one

end of an atom from the other, and it should be no stun stunning
ning stunning revelation to them that an atomic-powered submarine
can travel beneath the Arctic icecap, including the North

Pole.
There is no palpable reason for tha a h n

the Nautilus and its 116-men crew to be withheld from

Kussian inspection. .-.'
But the question of what causes a" fire in anything
approximating to a paint locker should by all mtians be
strictly classified. As any intelligence operative can-tell
you the Russians don't even know how to paint Weir
houses, let alone construct adequate lockers to keep the
paint in.
Let us not help them along in this daring branch of
science. Atomic submarines are .small ffS,,. Ausskies
know about them. But let us never for an instant divulge
the effects of dropping cigarette ash around X paint ahop.

VCI lain 3UIB L SRI rPT? UhOThor 111 H laKAHo4,MV;M

ucorauiuueu researcn t rms in Tho niton sfatoe

jr wneiner on such an apparently innocuous an estab

lishment as to drop a local name n wild randorn--Rodman
Naval base, must be concealed from the antenna-eyes
of the unrelenting foe.

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Non-scientific secrets deserve the same caution in
these sensitive days when you never know which pxe-

mier is gonig to De hung Tr.om which lamp post next.
What could be more non-scientific than the knees of dis distaff
taff distaff dependents at Rodman. Thev too hav. fcaon ahialrf.

ed from Khrushchev's appraising and beady eyes. And
rightly so.
awoux time you all 4ut around' to realizing tnat
We Cdiiiiwt. anUiu iu jfioiu ine iin,ji(ii,aui;i eilc.,. all
men or aiiiaiua, ituywnere. 11 tyj Kremlins n&iu$
naa ever inea a .eppri on tne siaie ot Koqman s Knees,
inere is no question out tnai tne merciless men in that
drarry uascna would have summoned a drosnkjr jnd sped
on w imorm Ked Army headquarters that;
1. me average American leg looked as if it could
not walk to the Dathroom without splints and bandage
6r.
2. Hey fellows, come and take a load of this in
spavined Vodka vision.
Same way, from the Rodman explosion, if tha
causes were carelessly revealed, the foe might devise
some method to get a Sputnik in left hand orbit.
The other day how they called Casey Stengel pi
the New York Yankees before a Senate investigating
committee to explain the dangers of having no left-band
hitters oh the Pentagon's bench When the other side looks
as if it's about to put in a left-hand orbiting Sputnik You
think this is a coincidence?
It goes to underscore the logic of what I have been
telling you. Don't shrug off, or mock, these recent Rod Rodman
man Rodman developments just because some ignoramus tells you
they are stupid. Look more deeply into the setup. You
may well find each move to be the product of rich imagina imagination,
tion, imagination, and profound understanding of the devious methods
by which the enemy picks our brains, later to confound
us with the products of our own brilliance.
You may well find this to be the case in the instances
have been discussing.
Or you might equally well find it not to be the case.
This a free country, and you are perfectly entitled,
each and every one of you, to form your own judgment

according to your lights.
There is one exception. In the case of female Navy
dependents, you are entitled to form your own judgment
only if your knees are suitably shrouded. Distorted kneel
can lead to distorted judgments.
Now as for the kind of judgments that unshrouded,
undistorted knees can lead to... no, no, but no, this is a

family newspaper, and it ever should remain thus.

PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is primarily
to warn one and aH never to take any notice of any writer
who wedtres In the gaslight word "thus" in such a long long-gone
gone long-gone fashion ae the previous paragraph.
I have a foreboding that I ihould also warn one and
all against policemen with a ven for Chinese rook inp. bul
I will reserve comment on this premonition till the forth'
coming installment of this deathiv (deathless?) serial.
But right now, as second best to 9935, I would offer
you nothing more revealing than the
1830
miles the Nautilus cruised to put US scientific achieve achievement
ment achievement in a whole lot brighter and happier light than it has
been since Russia hoisted that beeping Sputnik, and those

subsequent son of a beep. mmFm.

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SUNDAY. AUGUST II. 1958
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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Former Teamster Officials
Testify Against Union Acts

WASHINGTON (UPI) A former
teamster organizer, trembling
with fright or nervousness, con confessed
fessed confessed yesterday that he lied in
defense testimony at the 1955 dy dynamiting
namiting dynamiting trial of the union's offi officials
cials officials in Minneapolis.
He was followed in the Senate
Rackets Committee witness chair
by another witness who said al almost
most almost in tears that his life "has
been a living hell" since he testi testified
fied testified against the teamsters last
year.
The admitted perjurer was
George Francis Heid, a co-defendant
in the Minneapolis trial with
Gerald Connelly, head of Local
548, and others. He said Connelly
had called himself a "buddy" of
Teamster President James R.
Hoffa and had quoted Hoffa as
telling him to "get rough" if nec necessary
essary necessary in an organizing drive.
The other witness. Arthur L.

Morean. of Minneapolis, said he

and his family have lived under

constant threats and harassmenis

since he broke with the teamsters

last year and formed an mdepenn
ent laborers union.

They testified after Paul the
Waiter) Ricca, reputed former
leader of the Chicago crime syn syndicate,
dicate, syndicate, refused to talk about the
sale of his palatial summer home
to the Teamsters Union for al almost
most almost $150,000.
Through mixup or design, the
two Detroit locals which bought
the wooded estate near Long
Beach, Ind., got title to about half
the acreage including one side of
the tennis court and one small
corner of the swimming pool.
Earlier, the committee heard
testimony that Hoffa helped a
group of alleged racketeers to or organize
ganize organize luncheonette workers in
Philadelphia in 1956. They alleged allegedly
ly allegedly emptied the union till of ?44, ?44,-000
000 ?44,-000 before being ousted.
Heid, who was promised com committee
mittee committee promotion against reprisals
said Connelly had offered him a
life-time union job if he would
"give a little heat" to two team teamster
ster teamster O'fiqjU who had crossed
picket lines:

Heid said he learned to handle

explosives in the army. He testi testified
fied testified that he refused Connelly's

offer because women and children
might have been Injured or Jailed.
He said Connelly, who subsequent subsequently
ly subsequently was convicted, arranged for
others to do the dynamiting while
he was in Miami, Fla.
Before the trial. Heid said, Con

nelly told him that if he testified

for. the prosecution ne wouia see
I was taken care of if he had to
do it himself." He said he then
gave false testimony for the de defense.
fense. defense. Heid said he was promised a

cut of anything left over from a

$55,OQ0 union defense fund for the
trial. All he ever got was $1?, he
said.
He added that he tried to get
in touch with Hoffa after the trial
to get a job with the union but
had no success. Feeling that the
union had let him down, he said,
he decided to tell his story to the
committee,

Chief counsel Robert F. Kennedy I

said Heid took a lie detector testi

this week which indicated his

present testimony was the truth.

mere were unese siae developments:

The committee recommended

contempt citations against 13 pre-

viously-balky witnesses including

Carpenters Union President Mau

rice A. Hutcheson and Anthony

(Tough Tony) Aecardo, Ricca s al

leged successor as Chicago "crime

king.
Frank Fitzsimmons, vice pres

ident of Hoffa's Detroit local 209,

said he sold a union-owned 1956

Cadillac for $1,400 last Saturday

to Herman Kierdorf, uncle of

"human torch" death victim

Frank Kierdorf. Fitzsimmons and

Herman both are wanted by Mich

igan authorities for questioning

about the auto and the arson job

police suspect was the cause oi

Frank s burns.

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LAMPSHADES REMEMBER

LOS ANGELJS-UPI) -Lamp

shades which return immediately

to their original position when

pulled out of shape were intro

duced at the new Los Angeles
Furniture Mar.
Called "shades with a memory,"
they are made of a strong, flexible

plastic ribbon, are washable and

do not discolor.

Designer John Keal used the

special material to make the

shade and the lamp a single unit

rather than separating ehlade

from base.

MIS PILL tUliR MMDS!

TO VISIT BRITAIN

LONDON (UPI) Buckingham

Palace announced yesterday that

the Shah of Iran would pay a

state visit to Britain in May, 1959,

staying at the palace as a guest
nf Oiipnn Elizabeth. The last time

a Shah of Iran paid a full state returned with reinfoscements, the

visit to London was in 1919. vendors, had disappeared.

PALERMO. Sicily (UPI) Ten

armed police tried to fine 100 fruit

vendors ior operating wnnoui li licenses
censes licenses yesterday. The fruit sellers
Dut up a barrage of watermelons.

Four policemen were bruised as

they fled. By Trie time tne otucers

Shown above are workmen of the Stal Works In Finspong,
Sweden as they guide the turbine casting preparatory to
mounting it on a condenser. The installation of this
Turbo Generator, Steam Boiler and auxiliary equipment,
which costs approximately $2,000,000 is near completion
at the Fueria f Lua South Avenue Steam Electric Station.
Participate in the Development
and Progress ol Panama. .
A sound investment opportunity for the residents of
Panama are the new Units of Compania Panamena
de Fuerza y Luz. A Unit consists of three 6 Series
D Debentures in the amount of B.100.00 each, and
three shares of Common Stock. The price of each
Unit is B.400.00, plus accrued interest on the
Debentures from August 1, 1958. Subscription forms
and further information may be obtained from the
offices of the Stock Brokers listed below:

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Box 134,
Panama
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Stj Staffer
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By OSWALD JACOIY
Written for NEA Servict

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.MISS LILLIAN WARD

MISS LILLIAN WARD TO MARRY
MR. JERRY COFFEE IN OCTOBER
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J. Ward of Balboa announce the
engagement of their daughter Lillian to Mr. Jerry Coffee,
on of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Coffee of Miami, Fla., and
formerlv of Gamboa.
Miss Ward is a graduate of Balboa High School with the
class of 1958. Mr. Coffee is a)so a graduate of Balboa High
School and is now attending the University of Miami. An
October wedding is planned.

Italian Embassy Reception
Tuesday for Visitors
A rprpnlinn in honor of
Dr.
Guiseppe Codacci-Pisannelli, pres-
irient o, the Interparliamentary U-
nioni; and Mrs. Codacci-Pisannelii
who are visiting in Panama, will
be given by the Ambassador oi.
Italy in Panama and Mrs. 'M.uio
Majoli at the Embassy residence
on Tuesday at six o'clock . j
Cmtt. and m'WWf"'
niak left aboard I he Ancon after
visiting Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Mud
on m uibdio. wiiiiui.
route to a new1 assignment
at the
Naval Air Station. Jackson
ville, Fla. He was an instructor
at the.ROTC school at the Univer Univer-sirty
sirty Univer-sirty of Wisconsin.
Harry Codys to be Honored
At Retirement and Farewell
Party
A retirement and farewell par party
ty party will be held in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry F. Cody at the
American Legion Club on Friday,

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: .10, 15, 20 & 25 in HEAD STONE
fr two months by 45th ANNIVERSARY of
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Distributers in Panama
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Second Diagonal (Old "A" Street) No. 7-27
Box No. 297 Tel. 2-2971

5 i

jAug. 15, at 7 p.m. There will hi5
I dinner and dancing. Tickets may
be obtained from either the A-

mencan Legion Club or Mrs
John E. Jennison, tel. Balboa 522
Mr. Cody relired at the enu of
July after more than 35 years'
service with the Panama Canal
Company. The Codys will leave
on September 3 to make t h L i r
home in Florida!
ty&. FIVE)
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pRurr cup
t NEW YORK (UPI) Fresh or
frozen canned fruit can be tu-jd
for csrdamon fruit cup
Blend 1-2 cup each of honey and
water with 1-4 teaspoon ground
cardamon in a sauce pan. Bring
to a boil, simmer 5 minutes, stir
ring occasionally. Add 1-2 cup of
lemon juice or other juice, and
chill.
One hour before serving time,
pour the sauce over 4 cups of
fruit, garnish with fresh mint
leaves, and chill. Serves 6.

PERSONALIZED HAIRCOtOR

CUSTOM-BLENDED, with
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Opening lead I
FREAK hands produce strange
resuks. r'ut one iino an individual
tournament and things really hap happen.
pen. happen. Hayden Reynolds of Starkviile,
Miss., sal bOiiui and jumpoj right
to tour hearts over East's unusual
.orcing two jiu. Wesi passed and
Leon Levinsohn of Mobile who
sal Norm cnecKeu his cards care carefully.
fully. carefully. If it had not been for his
three oi clubs lie would nave
suspected that someone had rung
in a pinocme dec.
He Did four no-trump.
When East bkl live clubs Mr.
Reynolds was off the hook. He
passed anu Mr. Levinsohn iump-
ed to six hearts East Went to sev-
CIl C1UU& duu iHl ucvinauiiu un unfilled
filled unfilled that his partner would hae
doubled seven clubs with his trlank
j hand if he held even one dub.
Hence. Mr. Levinsohn bid the
heart grand slam and Mr. Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds had no trouble makiqg it.
1 The grand slam bid and made
was a lop score as all olher
tables either played seven clubs
doubled down three or lour tricks
depending on the opening lead
or six hearts undoubted and
made.
It is .nteresting to note that
no East anAJeJt pair, got into
the suade suit, It East had )id a
desperate seven 'spades he won!'
have got out for two tricks down
and a top score.
ii
Q The bidding has been:
North Bait South West
1 4 Pass 2 A Ps
2 Pass 3 A Pass
3 N T. Pass ?
You, South, hold:
! QS VK2 47532 4AKI1I
What do you do'
I A Fate. Yon have already
railed spade and your partner
has tone to no-trump.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same Jiand. Your
partner raises your two-club re-'
Isponse of three clubs. What do.
I you do?
i
Answer Tomorrow
When vou hannen to see a ner-
son you suspect will not recog recognize
nize recognize or remember you, forego the
temptation to go up to him :.nd
say, "I'll bet you don't remember
me." Why cause ebarrassment,
when you could make it easy for
him by saying. "I'm Smie
Brown and 1 haven't seen yovi
since we were classmates at City
High."
That not only tells him your
name, but it also places the name
so he doesn't have to struggle
wondering where he ever knew
you.
SUMMER SHOPPING TIP
NEW YORK (UPI) When shop shopping
ping shopping for summer furniture, take
along a small magnet. It will help
you to get the low-down on nuts
on aluminum chairs, chaises and
tables. s
It's a periectly sane idea, for
without the magnet, you won't bt
able to toll whether the fittings
sro steel. And yog should know
this because non-stainless too!
fittings ea rust quirVly when loft
outdoors. V the bolts are steei, a
cost of spar vsrnjsh or exterior
lacquer will help them resist rust.
Evan the stainless steel nut
should have a costing of varnish
when an aluminum out-door fur
niture. Otherwise, there can bo
corrosion of the aluminum itself.
This happens when- two dissim dissimilar
ilar dissimilar metals are in contact in the
presence of air and moistiue.

SIZING UP A DRESS for the International Brides Dance next Saturday is Elena Luque, one
of the models who will parade in the fashion show highlighting the ga. charity ball. Wuit-
ing their turn are. (standing, from left) club members Gloria Young and Il:rcilia Asjn, while
Graciela Fnnseci surveys the proceedings with a dressmaker's professional eye.

, pi
PfCllCtS MWtaPC
Of Christmas Toy.
s
NEW YORK ( UPI) Santa's
helpers, manning production lines
in toy factories across the nation,
are a little long-faced mese oay.

There s such a boom in (loys uance at the Panama Golt Club j
that they're afraid they won't be I next gaiuraay. The organization's first charity
able to fill all the orders for good lVs a reoeat per ormance of ball last year attracted more per per-little
little per-little boys and girls. And they ve tne gala aiinight charity ball' sons than the club could accom accom-just
just accom-just heard Ben Mlchtom, chair-1 heid H vear l0 raise lun(ls tor I modate. This year members have

Iiflah 4he dca toy Lor, say
tnat, yers ajoy snonage is ieaieu.
Here s why:
, ,
'-Toy buyers have been play-
ing "close to the vest since
March because of the recession
inveiiiuucs u. IC
lowest point in many years.
But sales in many major out
lets have resisted the recession
and are close to or ahead of last
year's record year.
'And now toylands across the
nation, anxious to fill their shelv shelv-ers,
ers, shelv-ers, want big sacks of toys.
Michtom says maojr distrib.
utors cannot physically produce
enough toys in the few remaining
months to meet the demand.
DOKiSi

SCHOOL OF DANCING
TWELFTH YEAR ON THE ISTHMUS
Reopening September 4th
Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Classes for
children of all aces In
BALLET, TOE, TAP, ACROBATIC, MODERN JAZZ
Morning classes for kindergarten and nre-school children.
Registration August 28-29-30 i 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hall (upstairs) Balboa

Use ARRID Cream Deodorant with Peratop"

Men and women the world over rely on
Arrid to keep them free from perspirstion
l .j j ,u.

Proved Vh
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tested

International Brides Dance
Panama Golf Club Saturday

Hey guys and gals You're in- nese Colony. Daniel Fong is pres pres-vitea
vitea pres-vitea to tne International brides ident.

i a loca, girls orphanage) the Aslio
MaiamD0 charge is 1 per per
i son
An all-expense pam trip to Cos.
u Kica tor lwo wiH be awarued
at top door prize. Second prize is
. ntivsttl typewriter.
Dancing will begin at :iu p.m
w- 'ft
and continue until 4 o'clock in the
morning. The 14-piece Victor M.
Paz orchestra will provide the
music.
Highlight of the affair will be
a fashion parade featuring mod models
els models in the bridal costumes of sew
eral nations. The models are
members o." the sponsoring orga organizations,
nizations, organizations, the Agrupacion de los
C as ados de la Colonia China.
The group is composed of mar.
ried couples from Panama's Chi-
WA1TES

advised that reservations should

; be made early. Reservations may
be made by telehoning the Pana.
!inj Golf Club at 928-30831.
! Loc; I merchants have contribut
ed l6 than in merc;la.
dise to be given away as prizes.
Th nri. inn nri. 11 .oc0 t
The prizes include
Bl. 1I1V1UUL V U O V 1 Ul
miscellaneous products from the
National Brewery, six traveling
bags from Panagra Airlines, a
25.pound ham from Swift and
Co., three cases of products from
the Agewood National Distillery,
air passage for one to the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Island of San Andres or to
Medellin, Columbia, from the A A-vianca
vianca A-vianca Airline, -: and a woman's
broach or man's tie pin from Jo Jo-yeria
yeria Jo-yeria Caribe,' a local jewelry
store.
The grand prize of an all ex expense
pense expense paid tow J Costa ; Rica
wss donated by the Panama tra
vel agency" LASCA. the R. Alfa-
ro Borgianm Co. contributed the
Olivetti typewriter.
A P AST POR 1Q CENTS
WASHINGTON mpn Wanf
to serve bis meals with trimmings
for about 20 cents a person?
Then tuck "buvmanshin" into
your shopper's list said the Na
tional Association of Food Chains.
And here, according to the NAFC,
is how to sharnen vour hnvuvm.
ship:
"Sit rlmm anH cmr K, ,-...
plannmg the shopping list bused
on menus and ads that promise
savings; plan meals the familv
will eat. and consider the vaiues
of 'convenience' foods verusus
homc-p -epared foods."
Prepared food nrndtictr mrh
ss cake mixes, are cheaper, more
Uniform and less time.rnrmm in
than comparable "recipe" cks
the hortie-made kind, said the as
sociation.
P.S. Th 2fl-eent ft mdn.
tioned above is a chop suey din din-ner,
ner, din-ner, iitcludirrt rice, 'ruit cockta'l,
gelatin dessert, lettuce, tes and
eooxes.

j

MISS MARY WATSON, Caribbean Girls State Governor for
1958, returned recently by plane from Washing-ton, D.C., where where-she
she where-she attended Girls Nation .which was held on the campus of
American University. The highlight of the week long program
sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary was a visit with
Vice President Nixon at the Capitol Building, while in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Miss Watson who is the daughter of Capt. and Mrs.
James Watson of Aneon, spent two days as the honse guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snow. In the background is an unidentfied
passenger.

Broadway bulletin board: Esther
Williams is being pursued in the
grand manner by James Kimber Kimber-ly.
ly. Kimber-ly. the wealthy Chicagoan. He flew
in from the Windy City just to
squire her around the New xorK
places ... Singer Carmen McRae
and her husband, bass aluyer
Charles (Ike) Isaacs, are finding
Trouble in Paradise. ..Shelley Win Win-bills
bills Win-bills have been in the vicinily of
$1,000 a week since bridegroom
Tonp Frar.ciosa went to Italy lor
picture-making ... Hazel Scotti is
slated for surgery a. I he Ameri American
can American Hospital in Paris. Friends fear
the ailment is very serious.
. Brooklyn's ,bia own I and. Coun-
try nigni spot, wnicn wenr uiokb
payins stars aiaantic salaries
sometimes as much as $3i,0')0 a
week is supposed to opeiate on
a strict budget next season, with
no fees exceedin" a 500 The big
show biz mystery: Who s going to
work for THAT? ... It should be
lively at St. Tropez these days.
Monique Van Vooren is house house-guesting
guesting house-guesting with Brigittc Bardot at
La Madrague. (The P.S. BrigUte
is still hung on Gilbert Becaud,
the French crooner.)
Lauren Bacall's Hollywood
friends say her heartaches are
showing: she tust can t put out
the torch. ..Gary Cooper will spend
some time in SouthamDtou with
his wKe and daughter before he
takes to the road to help baltyhoo
J4ouAeliold J4int6
When poaching eggs, add a
teaspoon of vinegar to the water
and the whites will not spread
Home-baked bread should be
brushed with soft butter before
baking to give a tender crust.
ckte pits and replace with a
Sweeter flavor, roll the filled dates
in granulated of confectioner's
sugar.
Tps remove soft drink stains,
use diluted hydrogen peroxide.
Mix one part hydrogen peroxide
with 10 parts of water.
Use elastic thread to anchor
buttons on children's clothing.
Buttons will give and take a long
time before they pull off.
Packaged caramels melted with
a dash Of cre&m, or milk, make
a nice" quick sauce for puddings
and deserts.
(Ground naanut brittle makes
a good pudding or ice cream
topping. ine mest gnnuer is
probably the est instrument for
crushing.
Cover the top of a freshly baked
cake with chocolate wafers. Slid
it back into the oven for a few
minutes until the wafers soften
and then swirl with a spatula for
a qukek frosting.
Save dishwashing when you
beat egg whites and yolks sep separately
arately separately by doing the whites first.
Ihen, without washing the beat beater,
er, beater, beat the yolks.
DOWN BUT NOt OUT
Nfcw ydRa? (UH) weddings,
Off 16 per eoit. beeausa of the re
cession, are busting ftut all
over me pauon.
The institute of Hf Inmr Inmr-apee
apee Inmr-apee reports Dan Cupid still is
very much in business, end
that as many as 1.300.00 cou
pies will tie the knot before the
year ends.
By any standard, said the
Institute, tht's a lot of marriages.

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

his new picture, "Man of the
west ... Linda Christian cm .cut
passion is an Italian actor, Mariso
Areno.
Paul Magloire, ex-presida-tt o
Haiti, has settled down to busi business
ness business in Mahattan. He's now a maj major
or major stockholder in an inter-racial
corporation starting a series of
discdunt stores ...Hotel owners nil
over the city have received a list
of more than 400 show folk who
are chronic rent-dodgers. Ac.'nrs
and actresses on the roster will be
asked to nay in advance whenev whenever
er whenever thep cheek into a new plare.
n.m. ijucw ana l,ou uncssier
have been conferring. Ruintir's
have it that Loew is trying to buy
the nroperty now houin? the &ila
mi Beach Cafe de Paris, which
Chessler oWns "r Tim 'VVIi'ts
tenants. ..Billie Holiday's film MO MO-granny
granny MO-granny has been shelved .. Eric
fortman was injured in a taxi ac accident
cident accident the other nighjt.on his .5 ay..
to keep a theatre date with Hele Helena
na Helena Carroll of the Irish Players. No No-thing
thing No-thing serious enqugh to keep him
from rtporting to this week's re rehearsals
hearsals rehearsals for "A Touch of the
Poet."
If Noelle Adam does marry Syd Sydney
ney Sydney Chapjto and the situation
looks extremely iffy5 the gro'tt
will owe it all to Gene Kelly. Syd Sydney
ney Sydney was just hahy-sittlng with h
pretty ballerina as a favor to Gere
when the bells started ringing. A
mong those who, know Noelle best,
the feeling is that Ine'M givt
young Chaplin a hard time be because
cause because she's interested in her uuw
ie career first, love second.
.
In Good Housekeeping's current
feature, "I'll Tell You About Mike
Todd" (excerpts from a series of
Interviews by the late Art Cubn
lor Todd's biography), there's a
spooky quote from the fabulous
producer's ex-wife, Joan Blondelj.
She said to Conn: "I'm sorry, but
iu .tu: t .1-11 "fc
uicic s iiuuiuiK i can icu you. 1 re remember
member remember nothing about Mike Torld.
If I was under oath and he was
on trial for murder, I could not
describe him. I remember nothing
about him. Nothing."
Juliette Greco and Darryl Zatt Zatt-uck
uck Zatt-uck are making the French Rivie Riviera
ra Riviera scene, Juliette still, recuntrai recuntrai-ing
ing recuntrai-ing from the strange jungle di disease
sease disease and nervous ailment she
nicked up while filming "Roots of
Heaven" in Africa. But the exotic
young actress tells everyone her
suf'ering was not in vln; shcex shcex-oects
oects shcex-oects the picture to make her a
big star;
Harry Belafonte, opening in Lon-
don next Sunday, will be assigned
four policemen to guarH him Onr Onr-ing
ing Onr-ing the engagement. He's oeen
mobbed by adoring Eurootans in
Italy, France and Switzerland so
the British are taking .precautions
... Bonnie Cole-rwho claimed en en-authorship
authorship en-authorship of last year's comedy.
"Fair Gam.e" is the major dis
traction cf the season at the Dune
Deck beach in Westhampton She ;
sits on the sand in a bikini and.
horn-rimmed glasses, typing out:
dialogue for hem ewest effort, "A "A-nimals
nimals "A-nimals in the Wild," slated for
Broadway in the Fall.
Tin Pan Alley hears ALTHEA Gl
son is switching record companies.
... Rosalind Russell and her Son
Lance are en route to Copenhagen
to visit her father-in law, Crf
Brisson, who is gravely ill with
hepatitis. Husband KfHdi nVis-sft-h
wUl sei t W tntJd.ip i
w days ...The revival of "A
Sttt&tt Nsnied DflreA i uf-;
fenng a serious csnlg problem I j
they have Hilda Simms for
Blanche DuBois bOt can't find a
suitable Stanley Kowalski.,.Vlc Jar
mel, recent exhumband of Eilee
Barton, has found another singer
to flip over Dolores Wilson of
the Met.



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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

IAWC Ho.aitaliv Committee I J. J- Kileallons to Visit

ThTr7 -wai T he an iaioortam lit. and M. J. J. Kilgallou Oi

meetine ot the jBospitaliiy coin- Hyatsville, Md., will return to, !be

mittte of the Intej American Worn ; Canal tone lain mis raonin iot a

en s Club ft me nome ur -uwivicuuu. una. unguium, -me

Brown Paper Bag Addition Is Marketing Pitfall

No28, 44lh SO, tfella tsta,
..t in V.lnMr nn Wednesday murp-

-A..M i'j ymnArK Of 1116

ill;. AUK I- -ovniw-v i
committee are asked to .be prea-tmy 'Caribbean

ent::
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mar .lace miff .nrapup af BjiLoa.

and her husband departed the

LZone last August following the

completion 01 nis lour in u.a. ar-

Corner

NEW ,V0Ri '-(UP!) -If you
want your daughter tb be a W
tlinf individualist," send her to
tnfif you send her
expect Tier to eome out looking
fori? "A" raCher that a We.
time. career; Tfou may
her to 'figure on marrying earlier
than college grads of a generation
family fold unable to tolerate
dull' peifsons the way.fV. used
j to,. : 1
A$kast-Hjo go the "general "general-ities"
ities" "general-ities" about what cttilege. does to
a woman, as seen by a writer who
surveyed the attitudes of th2 new
crop of girl graduates from Bar Barnard
nard Barnard College, New York.
The gal' said author Auiltv B,
Kaplan, also "don't give a damn"
about their generation.
They cite "survival" as tfish!8f
gesti problem of the times.. And
next'on the list is ''how to be an
Individual in a machine age.
Whn asked what thev wan- to
be five years from now, replies
went like this:
-'ill alivp. raising a family or
helping peple.
The girl graduates, according to
Mrs. Kaplan'-! report in the-Bar
lukewarm about politics. As one
graduate put it:
"T 'don't thirk our two mtn
political parties differ radically
rTinp11 in civc us something to
Mrs, Kaplan's report in the Bar-

Mr Kilyallnn is pmnloved bv

the Bureau of SMtislics in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Jht -G.J. Prifjr to entering
the service he lived in Brookiine,
Mass.

Balboa Woman's Club
Charity Care. Group 1
. The" Balboa Women's Club Cha-
ritv Card Groun will meet at tbe
Hamboa Golf Club on Thurslaji
Aim id a i 12'tn mr "dessert a,id

jcards. Phone reservations, not lat

er man Wednesday 10 anyone oi
the hostesses who are, Mr J.
W. Boui;ois, Gamboa 8, M,
S. H. Bowley, Balboa 3874 and
Mrs. L..JH. Ruppel. Balboa 453.

Membew are reminded that th

NEW'YORKOTA) -The store
keeper whips put a brown paper
bag and, with a flourish of .his
pencil, starts adding up itrs.
Jones' grocery bill.
"That'll be $3.29," he. tells her
The young housewife doen't
bother checking the bill. She
assumes the clerk has added it
coi.ectiy.
UnuuwivM whn makp this

assumption ace simply giving
away some of their nus bands'
haru-earned cash, according to
nation-wide Opinion Research

S&vvey aimed at finding out

wnai nappens wneu iuc conic
storekeeper uses the "brdwn
paper bag" method of figuring
customer' bills.
In one exam, the test also in included
cluded included such problems at making
change and calculating refunds.
In. one part of the exam, the
store employes were asked to
figure the "bill for a simulated
basket of 12' grocery items.
One Out of three short
changed 'himself or the cirtd.it'
er "f reonrls nolline exoert Dil-

man SmlW, who was in chrge'

of the iryy.
. Arithmetic mistakes made by
sales clerks cost, the public
millions of dollars every year, the

survey inaicaiea. Housewives

Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW li Rates
Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
reserve life, insurance policy
similar to your old,NSLI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, yen may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
low NSLI rates charged by the
Government during W. W..1I.
Slightly higher rates for older
apia.. (:' : ni... i
No obligation tear out this
ad and. mail it today with vour
name, address, date of birth
and aee to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., P. O. Box'O, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.

Members are reminaea inai imj gome;imes benefit from these mis.
card group meets the second and-h8. ..J... nn snmp ncc.stons

th Thursday of each month.

, r -v.

clerks undercnarge tne customer,
it was reported. j
To test the clerks' change-

Each nafiee lor inclusion in tkH
column thOMld bt lubmitfcd in
tvi-writtn form nd maiUd
Ihe box number lifted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise.'' or dtlivcrod
Bv h.;nd to the oMice. Notices of
mcetinet cannot bt accepted b
l ohe. r.

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Hie ttal on this grorcry Clerk's bar indicates that he's bo
WthelWUcs expert. Wul It's paid with no questions asked.
BMjpifittafrBii ,l (AdjIVti k -J'

making abflity, they were given
this problem:
"A customer makes a purchase
costing $1.39, and" hands you a
five oJlr bilk How much change
should you givtf her?"
The answer, of course, is $3-61

on the clerk's arithnaetic ability,

when she brings in mercnDdise
refunds problem.
in th pam Ihe rlerks were

give a typical problem in clalcu.
lading reiunds: "A housewife buys
18 cents' worth of merchandise
and returns bottles worth 27
cents. How much money should
you give her?"
Thp rnrtVct answer is nine

cents, but approximately one out

ot every jo ciens gave a oiuer oiuer-ent
ent oiuer-ent answer.
Despite the low scores made In
the test, pollster Smith believes
the shopping outlook isn't as
bleak as it looks.
"Today, many stores no longer
depend on the brown paper bag
method of adhg customers'
bills," he says. "They have
machines that calculate a cus customer's
tomer's customer's bill automatically ami
even tell her how much change
she should get."
Housewives also can derive
one other small consolation from
the survey.
Women normally thought to
have no head for figures lid
just as well on the test as men.

Kidnapper Executed; Victim's Parents

iear to Avoid Publicity

DisapF

WESTBURY, N.Y. (UPD "He deserves everything he is
"Why did this man, himself a getting. I have no sympathy for
ft. v, abandon the' baby?" 4.him. He didn't give the baby a
That, in summary, was the way .chance."
the neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Referring to Mrs. Weinberger

Thp rpeular monthlv dinner, .v. urns Weinberger felt i a si she added:

meetine of the Canal Zone ."ost night when Angelo John la Marca r i can imagme how she feels.

b t almost two out of every ifive
clerks came up with a different
toiai,. hi: suiiie tiases, tne mi take
favored the store, and in others
the'' custdmer.
The more you buy, the greater
dhJauLe Uiwe is that the clerk
will make a mistake in totaling
your bill, the Stirvey showed.
In tnfflntf fiv ifpmc tha B..lA3

clerks made very few errors riut

urree out 01 iu riunkea wne.i
they were, asked to add a column
with 15 figures despite th fact
thay they were given all thp tune
they needed to check their totals.
The survey, sponsored by
'National Cash Register -a., also

snoweo wny tne Dudget cuii

Mrs. FDR To Visit
Russia Soon
MEEKER. Colo. (UPD Mrs

Eleanor Roosevelt said today
she will visit Russia again next
month to see how the Soviets

handle their juvenile delinquency
problems.
Shp sairl a visa for the pro

posed three week Russian trip

was sent her earlier this we.'k

from the Russian Embassy in

Washington.
Mrs. Roosevelt toured the USSR
LAST YEAR AND TALKED WI

last year and talked with Soviet

Bremier Khrushchev and other

, ""j me uuugei-cun- premier n.nrusnrne
scious shopper should not depend I top Russian leaders.

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Tropicana

67r rTumitttre & Binme Sftitntfifitng Slot
4th of July Ave. & "H" St. Tel. 2-07S5
We Gige Free "Chico" de ORO Stamp;

I know how I feel. Onlv a mother

month-old Peter Weinberger and can have this feeling."
leaving him to die on an isolated1 Mrs. Fred A. Carle said of La
roadside. ., Marca:

But how the Weinoergers w "i don t pity mm. i nate to see

.WiPtv of American Military n-lwas executed for kidnaping

gineers, will t)e held at the Tivo
li Guest House Moi'lay eVcr.inj!,
August 11th, with a social hour

at o:uu p.m. rouowms tiu But now we ncuiuuscw I- 1 u 1 iiir iu arc
Steam Roast Beet, Dinner, I uld not be determined. Their anyone executed and maybe I'd

mpmhprs and their euests will ne I ,..fiu. cuhiirhan home at li ralhpr see him cet a lone-term

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Albemarle Rd. was srnouoed an scntence. Why did this man, nim nim-darkness.
darkness. nim-darkness. The whereabouts of;seu a jaher, abandon the babp?
Mrs Beatrice Weinberger, 33, and tt Was a terrible thing."
her husband M o r r i s, 48, a sue- Miss Ruth Banks, a musician
cessful pharmaceutical salesman, 0f Westbury, who said she is op op-were
were op-were a secret. To avoid publicity pQSea to capital punishment, re.

addressed bv Mr. Charles McG

Brandl, Assistant Chief, Civil En Engineering
gineering Engineering Branch. Panama CVnal
Company on the receht "Emergen "Emergency
cy "Emergency Kepairs to the East ChamDer,
Pedro Miguel Locks A pictorial

record ni tne restorauon oi uk

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damaged elements of the locks! they "saPPed1' ...... .. 1 he's lived year, in the
structure will also be shown. The However, in their neighborhood, Jet h lived years
dress is sport shirt. All members comfortable E wanted io die."

are urgec u apemi, aim many neignDois w: nJnnino nf PPtPr on Julv
.Vi;n., i;tH nacoruoiinnc .. .u... t-it ohnnt thp p pc The kidnaping oi reier on juiy

are cordially invited. Reservations tell now tney
may be made until Monday 12 o'- trocution o' L

. 1 1 1 nn ,..,,, Wntt

..J....i; o T.a Marca. .... ,1

c ock noon, Aug. 11, by telephon- "everyone in this town bury but the entire country, u
ingMr. Jim Brigman, office pucne waAslm,ware what was happening i was the biggest crime in this
2 1635. or quarters phone 2 42. ""g g, but the Weinberger town's history Loca ly, for the

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neignpors carr.eu r r ,h

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anal Zone Art League f artine normally Yet radios cussea as inorougn y -
ThP Atlantic Chapter of the Ca- of ac mg ? i"y A;mv liohtpd bereh baby kidnaping of the mid

nal Zone Art League will mtet; we. U.Wd Wheatley l3tT.

Tuesdav evenine at 7:30 p.m. at

thU4 work shop in Gatun.'- Mrs1.
David Mcllhenny will be the host hostess1'.
ess1'. hostess1'. All members are asked to at attend.
tend. attend. Plans and arrangements for
the third annual Atlantic Side Art
Exhibit will be discussed. Several
art films are scheduled to be
shown immediately following the

homes in the tree-imeo ftf Wpsthurv said (hey

V2J&fbU Marta conld have
?"SSS35; executed picked out their home to do the
"TZVuZtCu Ma,ca kiHnapung asi.y as he chose
r iio a. it?s?3a eru... u mr
Masiello, who pes across ine rnncnm not demand nc

street from tne weinuenjcis, -y- "":, r,:u

said:

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Trio LOS BOHEMIOS

' terpreters of: Estoy en tu Corazon, Virgencia Morena and
many other musical hiti,
9n addition th pAMjwiatwn of
ZOMIAZUUTA
V and

DAVID WATTS

The Anoon Grill Par offers
the beat GRILLED MEATS in Panama,
J and ala'o aoamalete. variety of Drinks
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AIR.C0ND1T.I0NED Corner ol "J" Si. anil hh ol July Aw.

s. nuitrv $2 000 for one of the most

horrible crimes on the books. He
had allowed a sel'-induced panic
over debts to plunge him into
ihe kidnaping. After his arrest he
led the police to ehre the aban abandoned
doned abandoned child was found dead in
the woods off Northern State
Parkway. The baby had died
of starvation.

Lighten Mother's

Load On Outings

mf.w YORK (UPli No need.

mother, to make a pack horse of

yoursell wnen laKing tne oiaper oiaper-ept
ept oiaper-ept tn thp nark or beach..

No need eitheu to load the car

with every other toy baby owns,
for ihp old swimmin' hole and en

virons are loaded with much that

catches baby s fancy. People People-watching,
watching, People-watching, for example, can amuse
baby for hours.
Here are other tips for having
a good time, from child care au authorities
thorities authorities surevyed by Johnson
Johason. ,.,-,.
Carry picnic supplies in a

small laundrv basket. When un

loaded, it can be used' ior baby's

mid-day nap. j. ';.
Another multiple-duty jitem,

the terry cloth robe, is a child's
towel, a sun protector and a cov

er-up for the trip home.
Inexpensive insulted bags
keep milk and baby food warm
just as efficiently as they keep
other things cool.
Play shoes with fabric tops
and rubber soles protect baby's
feet from hot sand and pave pavements.
ments. pavements. They also make .fine bath bathing
ing bathing shoes.
A wide-brimmed hat, if baby
will lippn il nn nirnlv shadps thp

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snouiucia, as wcu as liic uonu. i
the hat has a hinged plastic
shield that can be maneuvered
ever the eaea, you won't need sun sunglasses
glasses sunglasses to keep specks of Sand out.
of baby's eyes.
Don't tote big jars, cans and
bottles of baby supples right
from the bathroom medicine
chest. Look lor a "baby travel
kit" that recently was put on the
market. It contains tiny portions
of powder, nil lotion and son on.
There are pockets, too, for pins
washcloth, bib.

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SCOOTIR RIDER EXAMINED

LONDON (UPD -Joan Cr.Mt.
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951
2 Special Races On President Remon

PAGE SIX

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Republic Of Ecuador,
Diaper Week Handicaps
included On Program

Harris Men
Take Bath

5 Two $1,000 races denominated "handicaps" will
Deadline today's program at the President Remon
racetrack.

In the ninth race, a field of eight sixth series im- lenger

fck1liJ jL..IL..,rl.KH,ifL Till r 1 1 l 1111 1 ' f CIV

4JUI icu UIUI uugliui cub win uisjjuic iiic yinsc utci oia
lurlongs. In the tenth, four of the track's top class
3(first series) racers will match strides over one mile
find one-eighth.

THE DIVIDENDS

HOUSTON (NEA) Roy Har Harris'
ris' Harris' friends and neighbors dian't
wait for his title fight with Floyd
Patterson in Los angeles, Aug.
18, to start aking his shower
stall as crowded as a New York
subway t rush hour.
After Harris aoutpointed Willie
Pastrano in Houston last year, it

looked like half the population of

Cut N Shoot and Conroe, Tex

went int the shower with the

Lion of the Alamo.

The 10-round decision over Pas Pastrano,
trano, Pastrano, then the third ranking chal-

established Harris as a

drawer heavyweight.

Hermelina shapes up as an odds odds-n
n odds-n mutuels choice to win the
Diaper Week Handicap" for sixth
Series horses. Her main opposition
Is expected to be furnished bv
King, Xistullari and the vastly
Improved Rajah.
Pifito, Sober View, newcomer
Otorongo and Kensington round
out the 'list of entries.
, Hermelina will be ridden bv
Chilean .jockey Alejandro Perez
while Hermelina's regular rider
Heliodoro Gustines. who returns
to the saddle following an accident
in which he fractured his left arm
gill be aboard his grandfather'!-

Xing..
' Leading jockey Braulio Baf7a
Will guide Rajah which galloped
to a ,12-length triumph last week.
Xistullari, which was going .veil
When he stumbled last week, will
fcave Fernando Alvarez in the sid sid-,
, sid-, die.
Jj Steadily improving apprentice
rider Arquimedes Alfaro will
handle Fifito's reins while Jose
Talavera will ride Sober Vie.v R R-duardo
duardo R-duardo Julian has the leg up on
Qtorongo and Hector Ruiz will
ield the whip aboard Kensing Kensing-$n.
$n. Kensing-$n. Otorongo and Kensington nil!
Jpo in an entry.
i Speedy Hostigador may again
fake advantage of a slow pace like
he usually does over one mile and
ha1? on to score in the one-inile-nd-one-eighth
Ecuador 'Cap. Gra Gra-Ipilla,
Ipilla, Gra-Ipilla, a speed mare, is allergic
to distance. Embassy is fxLsh
Jjrom two poor races in his most
Becent outings and Melendez has
tver shown any liking for dis
nces of more than one mile.
,! It .could be a battle of wits with
Baeza, aboard Hostigador, o.iee
Ijjore trying to outsmart the op op-rKition.
rKition. op-rKition. "el'ioro Ourtlnes will

on Oramilla, Ruben Vasniws,
mbissv and Fernando AltiBa

fez in Melendez' saddle.
toTen other prospective humding humdingers
ers humdingers are on the program.

First Race
1 Coronation Day $11,
2 The Squire $4.40

$4.60

Second Kace
-Paqutro $3.00, $2.40
-Cervecero $3.40
First Double: $18.80

Third Race
-Julie $10.20, $4.40
-Mr Jack $9 00
One-Two $69.60

Fourth Race
-Enganoso $7.20, $3.20
-Naranjazo $3.40
Quiniela $12.40

Fifth Race
-Romancero $2 40
-No place betting
Sixth Race
-Baremo $7.20, $3.60
-Philipipon $3.00

Seventh Race
-Carcaman $3.60, $2.40
-Sicabu $2.40
Second Double $18.60

Eighth Race
1 Bradomin $21.40, $10.20
2 Luckv Test $23.40
Quiniela: $219.20

Ninth Race
1 Michiripa $3.40, $2.20
2 Play Boy $4.00
One-Two $17.00

Tenth Race
-Lobo $13.60, $5.20
-Kadir $3.80

Eleventh Race
1 Bright Spur $2.40, $2.20
2 Patoreo $2.20
Twelfth Race
1 Nirvana $2.40
2 No place betting.

f"8T
30c.

DRIVE-IN

TOO"!
9:00 I

7:00
9:00

TODAY

WEEKEND
RELEASE!

LAST DAY!

Getting
there was

Gettm
out was

Carlton Willey
MOPS UP When the veter veteran
an veteran Milwaukee pitchers faltered,
recruits picked up the siack,
including the right handed
Carlton Willey, shown Wiping
his brow after shutting out San
Francisco Giants with four hits.

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ON ITS WAY That's the destination of this one-handed, off-the-floor shot by the Navy's
Ray Nesbitt, but it was not enough as Ft. Clayton's netmen downed the blue jackets at Reeder
Gymnasium by a lop-sided 89-74 score Thursday night. Clayton forward Hiram Cushenberry
(13) and guard Darnell Sanford were Army standouts.
Rampaging Cards Edge Cubs 3 To 2
In 10th For 6th Straight Victory

Race Track Graded Entries

.P. Horn Jacket St.

1st Rtct "Speeisl" Imp. 7 f9s. Pur.. StM.M

OS :

1:00

J..Cadogaa 10S Hopeless case
H. Ruiz 106 -Would par fat

SETS RECORD Herb E.liot
of Australia, shown running ear-

ilier this year in the Empire Games

in Wales, set a new world record
for the mile run with a time of
three minutes, 54 and five-tenths
seconds at Dublin, Ireland, to bet better
ter better the recognized mark of three
minutes, 58 seconds set by anoth another
er another Australian, John Landy in 1954.

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MILITARY MANNER
NEW YORK (NEA) Ace Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, main event middleweight,
won 58 of 60 fights in the Army.

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Doble Fija
1 Dependable
3 Apache
4 Presidente
5 San Vicente
6 Atomic Spring
6: Atomic Spring
7 English Wonder
8 Dona Flora
9 Hermelina
ID Melendez
H Homen
12 Ben My Chree

Valdina Jeep
Licenciado
Linda Susy
Tanganica

Marilyn

Rosier

Hosier

Red Libel

Pepin

. Kaiah

Hostigador

Emdy Mery
Blue Zulu

1TODAY-ENCANTO-35

Double in Cinemascope!
Marlon Brando in
''THE YOUNG LIONS"
Tommy 8ands In

SING, BOY, SING"

M-tlteaicesmM

APITOLIO
. 20c.

9B8IRE UNDER
I THE ELMS
tth A. Perkins

- Also:

GANG BUSTER
,Wlt,h Myron Healy

T IV O LI

35c.

Z0e.

FOR WHOM THE
BELL TOLLS
with Gary cooper
- Also:
M A N U E L A
with Trevor Howard

VICTORIA
25c. 15c.
DESTINATION
60000

FOOTSTEP 'N
NKJHT

THE

(iosht of
Crossbow Canyon

RIO

35c.

20c.

DON'T GO NEAR
THE WATER
with Glenn Ford
- Also:
I All HOI si ROCK
with Elvis Presley

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 9 (UPD
Curt Raydon posted his third
straight pitching victory and
rookie Harry Bright contributed
his first major league home run

today as the Pittsburgh Pirates

continued their sensauonai
streak of home victories, beating
the Cincinnati Redlegs 5-2.

CLEVELAND, Aug. 9 (UPD
Rookie Gary Bell fireballed the
Cleveland Indians to their 10th
victory in their last 12 starts,
3-1, today over the sagging Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics.
It was the fifth straight de defeat
feat defeat and the eighth in the last
nine games for the Athletics.

The win boosted the Indians to

the .500 mark for the first time
since May 30.

CHICAGO, Aug. 9 (UPD
Rookie Curt Flood belted his
ninth home run of the year in
the 10th inning today to give
the St. Louis Cardinals a 3-2
victory over the Chicago Cubs.
The win was the sixth straight
for the rampaging Cards and
the 14th setback in 20 games
for the Cubs.

DETROIT, Aug. 9 (UPD
Sherman Lollar today drove in
fix runs with his second grand
slam homer this season and a
pair of singles to boost Dick Do Donovan
novan Donovan to his sixth victory, and
dive the Chicago White Sox a

9-3 decision over the Detroit,
Tierers.

The Sox caoltalized on start started
ed started Herb Moford's wildness to
wioe out a 2-1 Tiger lead in the
5th with five runs.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UPD
Gus Trlandos rammed his sec second
ond second homer of the season today
to set a new individual Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore club high as the Orioles
broke out of a hitting slumo to
defeat the Washineton Senat Senators,
ors, Senators, 12-5, and snap their 11 11-game
game 11-game losirwr streak.
Baltimore's 13-hlt attack on
four Washinton pitchers also
included home runs by rookie
Joe Taylor and Bob Nieman.
TrlandoV home run tonped his
own nrevlous record of 21, hit
in 1956.

ROME (UPI) Professor Piet.ro
Bruno. 65. of the Pius IX Ponti Pontifical
fical Pontifical School, said today he sent
President Eisenhower a bool-let
written in Latin and praising
America's atoms for pence
program.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet. GP
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52 514 7
34 32i 509 7Va
50 52 .490 9V2
52 54 .491 Wi
52 58 .473 llVi
50 56 .472 lPj

50 56 .472 11

xMilwaukee
xSan Francisco
Pittsburgh
xPhiladelphia
St. Louis
Chicago
Cincinnati
xLos Angeles

AMERICAN LEAGUE

x Night games not included.

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

Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 000 T)10 0012 C
Pitttsttburgh 040 000 lOx 5 10

Kellner, Acker 2), Lawrence
(7) and Bailey Ravdon and Ilra Ilra-vitz.
vitz. Ilra-vitz. W. Raydon (6 3). L. Kellner
(3 2) HR-Bright (1).

St. Louis
Chicago

(10 innings)
100 1000 0001 3 8 0
200 000 0000.2 4 5

Maghe, Paine (8) and Green;
Hobble, Henry (8) and Thacker;
W-Payne 5-1). L. Henry (1-2).
HRS-Banks (32), Flood (8).

Milwaukee at Philadelphia (NO.
(N)311 Francisco at Los Angeles

New York

Boston
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

71

55
54
54
51
4rt
47
46

37
52
53
4
54
56
57
63

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.514
.505
.500
.486
.462
.452
.422

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TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Washington (2)
Boston at New York Z)
Chicago at Detroit (2)
' Kansas City at Cleveland (2)
Chicago 100 052 0019 11 1
Detroit 000 210 0003 12 1
. Donovan .(9.10) and Lollar, Mo Mo-ford,
ford, Mo-ford, Agulrre (5), Fischer (7) and
Wilson. L Mo ord (2-4). HRS-Har-ris
(11, Dollar 16).

Baltimore 004 000 50312 13 1
Washington 200 000 120- 5 1? 0
j Portocarrero, toes. (7) and Trl Trl-findos;
findos; Trl-findos; Pascual, Clevenger (3),
Romonosky (7), Constable (8) and
Courtney. W-Portocarrero (11-7).
L-Pascual (6-7) HRS-Taylor (1),
pieman (9), Triandos (22).
Boston 000 340 0209 10 1
New York 000 003 2016 10 1
Sisler Kiely (7), Wall (9) and
White; Maas, Trucks 6), Monroe
B) and Howaid. W-Sisler 7-5). L.
Maas (6-8). HRS-Stephens (8), Mai
zone (11), Mantle (31).

Cleveland 3
Kansas City

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1 Voltage
2 Achived

3 Brote A. Lourless lOOx Chicken-hearted al

4 Florete Jose Rodriguez 108 Hasn't shown much
5 Don Cirilo A. Ulloa 110 Hard to beat here

6 Doble Fija E dario 103 Should be close up
7 Valdinn Jeep B Mm 185 -Jocke.y should help
8 Bathina A. Credkno If -Distance to liking

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2nd Race "Spetfel" Imp. 7 Fs. Purse wm&mA C lost. 130
2nd RACE OF THI DOUBLE

at

25-1
15-1
3-2
M
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1 Alucinado
2 Cuquita
3 Campagnrd
4 Dependable
5 Licenciado
6 Ramo
7 Pangal

A. Vasquez 1X5 Form indicates
B. Baeza 108 Distance seems
A. Perez 11(1 Quits harflv in

V. Ortega 115 Makes debut here

A. Alfarp 105x Tough luck in last
A. Vergara JOS Must improve more)
V. Cadillo 113 -Has strong finish.

long

B
104
51
2- 1
101
3- 1

3rd Race "A and B" ria. 6 Fgt. Purse $500.00
ONI TWO

0i Closes 2:00

1 Linda Susy B. (Baeza lOG Jockey could decide
2 Yosikito A. Credidio 105 Racing to top form
3 Tanara F. Alvarez 106 Hangs in stretch

4 uneia n. uusnnes no Tough fight a
5 Apache A. Alfaro 107x Pail off in la

M
.3-1

4th Race "H" Natives 7

FurJS,?L. fiKr5 WM Pool Closes 2:30
QUINIELA

1 Nacho F. Justiniani M2x Nothing in months
2 Tanganica S. Carvajal 106 Improved in last i
3 Rock'n Roll A. Gonzales 105 Finished close up
4 Golden Moon J. Talavera 109 Depends on start
5 Presidente M. Hurley 116 Has beaten better
6 Bagdad A. Credidio 113 Form indicates

15-a
2-1
5-1
4- 1
5- 2
2-1

5th Race "Non-Winners Nat. 5 F. Purse $300.00 Pool Closes 3:00

1 Buscapleitos R. Gomez 110 -Has shown nothing
2 San Vicente R. Vasquez 112 Sizzling workouts
3 La Casanga Jose Rodrig. 106' Improving slowly
4 Pilluelo b. Baeza 110 Ran well in last
5 Maryhn H. Gustines ltO Reportedly improved
6 D(on Vito J. Jimenez 110 Could surprise
7 (Silver Girl A. Reyes.R. 112 Makes debut here

1C-1
EVEN
25-1
3-1
5-2
31
1

6th Race 7th Series Imp. Fgi. Purse $400.00 Poet Close;
1st RACE OP THE DOUBLE

1 Blue Sky G. Sanchez lit Distance to liking i
2 Atomic Spring H. Ruiz 113 Vastly improved
3 Rosier B. Baeza 110 Mutuels favorite
4 Lark c. BovU 110 Could make it here 4
5 Cartillero J. Phillips 115 -Has strongest fiiajp
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fji. Purse $500.00 Pol Closes.
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Ionias Pet A. Vasquez 113 Early speed only
2 Matriculado C. (Bovil 113 Not against these
3 Plateado A. Enrique 110 Must go lower
4 Empire Cross J. Rodrig. 115 Dangerous this time
5 Red Label M. Hurley lt5 Has strnns iinih

6- Rose Of The W J. Tala. 103 Rates good chance i
7- English Wonder J. UHpa 110 yForm, imitates ;? i2

3- 1
52
2-1
5-2
4- 1

5-1

25

4-i

5-2

8th Race "Non-Winners"

Imp. 6 Purse $650.00
QUINIELA

Peel Closes.

1-Dofi Flora J. Ulloa 112 .T.pgi namilin
2 Pepin H. Ruiz ICS Hasn't shown much
3 Renata F. Alvarez 108 Early speed galore
4 El Pobreton A. Alfaro 103x Reportedly ready
5 Corviglia J. Talavera 105 Showing improvement

5-2
5-1
2-1
4-1

9th Race 6th Series Imp. I Fgs.
Purse $1000 Pool Closei. .

ONE TWO
'DIAPER WEEK HANDICAP"

1 King H. Gustines 108 Close up in last
2 Hermelina A. Perez 113 Seems best here
3 Rajah B. Baeza 115 Could score again
4 Xistullari F. Alvarez 108 Last doesn't count
5 Fifito A. Alfaro llOx Must go lower
6 Sober View J. Talavera 106 Not good enough
7 (Otorongo E. Julian 115 Hasn't shown much
8 (Kensington H. Ruiz 106 Was once speed king

4-r
EVEN
M
34
25-1
30 1
10-1"
10-1

10h Race lsf Series Imp. 9 Fgs. Purse $1000. Pool Closes.
"Republic of Ecuador Handicap"

1 Hostigador
2 Gramilla
3 Embassy
4 Melendez

B. Baeza 115 Jockey may decide
H. Gustines 102 Not at this distance
R. Vasquez 113 In fight to finish
F. Alvarez ,108 Form indicates

21
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2-1
2-1

to.

11th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $600.00 Pool Closes.
1 Sputnik V. Ortega J10 Not good enough
2 Surumeno J. Jimenez 105 Ran well in last

3 Homan R. Vasquez 113 Should score easily
4 Golden Rocket A. Credidio 100 Has strong rush
5 Rpsita Maria A. Perez 110 Earlv sneed nnlv

t mjr Tin J

d diuiiy mary j.

Ulloa 108 Jockey may help

5-1
' 4-1
EVEN
84
15-1
5-2

12th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
1 Nogalino J. Cadogan 108 Wide open contest
2 Ben' My Chree H. Ruiz 108 Best early soeed
3 Tiny Brook F. Hidlgo 108 -Could make it here
4 (Blue Zulu F. Justiniani J03x -Seems best here
5 (Pappa Flynn C. Ruiz 110 Depends on start

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4- 5
4 5

Boating L

RIGHT NOW, A TIGER Here's Roy Harris, right, moving
inside of a left hook thrown by an apparently bewildered
sparmate, Howie Turner, during a session at Arrowhead
Springs, Calif. How rugged Roy will look against Floyd
Patterson in the Aug. 18 title bout in Los Angeles's a questioa

REDUCE YOUR TRAILERING
TROUBLE
By DICK BORDEN
Boating Editor
IF you own a trailer-boating
rig, hot weather can give yon
trouble with the land going part
of your outfit.
Because smooth trailering de

pends on well lubricated roving
parts and because grease "'l
issipate faster in warm weather,

boat trailers need exaa. .. on
if they're to continue to deliver.
Lubricating all movinc parts

with heavy grease when hot
weather sets in does tht trie.
Sway in a boat trailer is usual usual-'
' usual-' due to its being tail heavy,
(ove yourboat forward on the
ai lor, or shift fuel cans and oth
r gear forward. Foi smooth rid riding,
ing, riding, trailers for boats in the 14
to 16-foot size range should be
50 to 60 pounds tongue-heavy.

Equippinc your car with side- replace if the Im

view mirrors make for maximum Check coupler and

road safety. Autos have become ment and have it straiehtane.1

lower and boats bigger. The rcg-ian automobile body shoo if not.

The laws of many states how
require directional turn signals 6a
the boat trailer. But even where
not required, thep're a good safe safety
ty safety precaution. These are fairly'
simple to install and require Wit-'1
tie additional equipment.
Proper boat trailer the pressure
varies according to the weight of
the load your're toting-the com com-bined
bined com-bined weight of your boat, motor
and any gear stashed aboard
A little exprimentation will,
help you determine the proper
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Periodically cealn and re pack
;vhcel bearings. ave the ue'.
ngs checked for wear. ',
band or file rusted surfac
md bunker bedding for frayi
ind bunker badding .pr, fra fra-tr
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esistant to rot and won't mar

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is sprutg-.

tongue angn-

ular rear view mirror falls short

If your trailer boasts direction directional
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place replace the regular flasher unit in
your car with aheavy-duty flasher.

true.

Check bolts for tightness and
where replacement is required,
use rust resistant bolts and nut
Replace your winch rope if it
shows any degree of fray.



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H'NDAT, AUGUST 1, 1958
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAGE
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HWbellStill Meal Ticket; More Kid Giants Coming Off Fa

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THE GREATEST

it n ibi ?v . eu

AM
by
It's going to cost Irving Kahn,
ha Telenrompter chief who's
Close -circuiting the Patterson-;
Harris mtttch, more in electronic
aa tJian the actual promoter o
the fht; Bill 'ROsensohn, flg flg-iires,to
iires,to flg-iires,to drag In at the gate a
f irute-juggUng f afit, ,to test the
adroitness of the. old baton baton-twirler
twirler baton-twirler from Alabama... .Kahn
comes back to southern Califpr Califpr-hla
hla Califpr-hla 50 pounds lighter and 20
years after he won the. national
twirling title da Pasadena's Rose
Roy Harris' cousin iArmadlllo
ets Ml barely be in Califor Califor-rta
rta Califor-rta in time for the firht al al-thoiwh
thoiwh al-thoiwh he left two weeks ago
by ,pny express ... j
..k-ii c munflppr 01 the woo-
Ho, to steo up evwwM, "".v;:
f trpneral manager under
Boh Carpenter
s'nee It's an
ecwoted fact around town tnaij
Boy Harney hnsn t ftot lar ieu
once nis coning, vk
year
1 .t of tLe nro gridders 10 5"
... j I. iN.n waller 01
S the halfback being
pursued iy the tflT0
tied Frank OHford tolw W"'
MGrno Marchettl, who terrorizes
NFL (lharteTbacks enough as it. is
nlavin defensive end for the.
ColKardened himself during
this past off-seas nunching
rattle "out west ... and for re
laxatlon on week-ends he rode a
i"lion m California narades
with the Contra Costa Ranrrs
(local version of the sherift s
plocal) wawno.utm guWe(J by h,s
P&"i"rtVeV'. only doln on the
Ide what you'd exnect Van Van-kMfl.vW
kMfl.vW Van-kMfl.vW Into he 'Yn,?lf
l.inS fl'd to prepare himself
fer a brokerage career
.Toev Jay is billed as the f hst
UtM Leagher to mae the m-
lor... hut ob Turley actually

UI-WB-IW TO)

Tirc0Hrn htm rv a oeceoe .
Wtlml with a bunch of Est Rt. Between you'n'me, Cus D'Ama D'Ama-f
f D'Ama-f mSTtvS Vho were sectioned to, a guy it's hard to keep
W L hePdouarters In Wt'Har-s i shushed, had to put the bite on
norf was actually the 1 some pals recently for $5000 ...
fl's' ma'r- 'ea-i'T io come mill Just to pay his phone bills

r,f the Little .Wprid series
even If he wasn't a nit'-Kr theij
rthrew ko hrrd anr1 wild for 1 kid
the mamas insisted they put hin
out in te r)"sturp-
tel Heach. vh kept Rd
tschdendferf'-t. on the bench unt'l
j r- i Spr"-er pwt kne out
tnr tfte year; wn't 'atlsfie
1-.h. imr'rli.flv tl (n''l
-'A'MVe bses a vr Us to
ifiH dtiwn s he cn!d learn
H pAif.i ,l. '
. v V :
frh,'rtmdr terbrs of wort-
relf forrei- sfTtr tlt'H
T "ft' (".-Hti the vim Vmmlr
Piri ( mnlrd V MeTn-
r. Tofedo, who veould tiftr
t nnrlPiinrp' still
inue-'"-N for

AFT 'SUCBSOi to

"Till 11 TTf 11 I" I' 1-T

Eddie Sawyer
circuit . and the simon-pures
claim that still another Barba-
rft Dawson by surnjrrae wlll out.
M Mjckey Wrlgnt or any oth.
-ier hefty belters of the regular
jtonrr. ;
.Dick Mayer, last year's Open
champ, buys all his clothes a site
too big claims 11 "does some something"
thing" something" for his manliness. ..
The inan tearing up the Col College
lege College All-Star camp 'this is foot football,
ball, football, bub 1 outside Chicago is Lou
Michaels, Kentucky All -America
tackle figured to become a line linebacker
backer linebacker for the Rams but so
impressive he's now billed for de defensive
fensive defensive end . and another Ram
rookie who'll impress by just
looking; at him is John Baker, a
290-nound specimen from little
North Carolina College . who
has the noes a excited, too, De-
cause his x-rays show ribs a full
inch wide.
Are the Vanks worried that Gil
! rirOouald's multiple Interests
j have r ns-d Win to
fie in the field ... and slough
of at bat?. ..
US Track Team
Meets Greece
At Athens Today
- ATHENS, Greece (UP1)
George Eastment, coach of the
touring Unfed S.aies track and
field team, today predicted "lots
of stadium records" will be set
Vhen the Americans meet Greece
Saturdey tnd Sunday in a special
cm 1 meet.
' is the smnt
I-
a Euroiean tour that
clti r "iee at Moscow, Warsaw

RY GRAYSON

NEW YORK NEA)-While they
bad it, the Giants were the ire, ire,-est
est ire,-est tinny in .-au Francisco mce
the World's Sair. If they bounce
back after having been left for
seriously dead in Milwaukee, (he
New Orleans Mar.'. Oras wijl be become
come become a back number.
Anyway, it was. a lot of fun while
it lasted and Carl Hubbell, once
more the Meal Ticket as the club's
farm director, sounds the bright brightest
est brightest note ol all. Kemeraember the
great King Cart, who carried the
Toad from 1929 through '37
'? 'Regardless of what happens
this trip,' says Hubbell, "aud I
don't concede that the Giants are
uisiheu by any. means, they will
be in the thick of things for the
next several years'."
Hubbell, just back from a swing
through the organization, says
there nevtr has been a time that
the Gjanto have, iud so many
youngsters .with big league piteu piteu-tial.
tial. piteu-tial. lao. the six tyierioinenai re recruits
cruits recruits of this season ob Schmidt
Orlando Cepeda, Willie "Kirkiand,
Leon Wagner, Jimmy Davenport
and Felipe Alou are strongly
backed up. Every member of tms
year's1 starting varsity is under
3u and another clever young out
iield'er, Jackie ttrandt, will be out
of the Army soon.
Hubbell calls Cepeda the best
young player who ias come -along
since Willie Mays broke in "and
in some respect he might even
top the Say Hey Kid." Mike Mc Mc-Cormick,
Cormick, Mc-Cormick, only ifl, "is going to bo
the slickest left-handed pitcher in
baseball."
But the usually conservative Hub
doesn't really become extravagant
until he swings into the chain
store!.
"Lpclc has to play a part," says
the famous old southnaw. "We've
just run into one of those periods
when the dice keep rolling six ace
"Andre Rodgers (shortstop) and
Willie Mct'ovey ( first base are
the best players in the Paci ic
Coast League. We have a catcher
with Phoenix, Tom Haller, a tni
versity of Illinois bonus kid only
21, who is going to go a long way.
"Our Fresno club tow-roped the
California State League to the
extent IM hev had in split th
season. That's some distance from
the majors, of rourse, but this
outfit has some kids who can play
There sre Jerry Robinson, an out outfielder
fielder outfielder from the University of Ari Arizona,
zona, Arizona, and a hesvv-hit'.ing catcher
named N neil Wilson, who has
scouts mouthing superlatives. Jack
SrrSmaglia seems to be a secona
baseman in the best traditions of
the San Franciseo Italians."
Hubbell points Wt that the
Giants' brariches at Corpus Chris Chris-ti
ti Chris-ti in the Texas League and Spring
field in the Eastern are also doing
well.
"With lur'k holding, we should
an franciseo ior ine nexi jew jew-years,"
years," jew-years," Jje" adds. "Unhappily, the
Ditchers are .still in short supply,
but the concentration has hen
upon them lately. We signed two
in June who got nearly $150,006 be between
tween between them, one named Gaylord
PerrV. from North Carolina, as assigned
signed assigned to St. Cloud, and another.
Ronald Herbel, from Colorado
State, and with Fresno. Both lump lumped
ed lumped off winning and Perry throws
asnirin tablets."
With money rolling in, Owner
Horace S'oneham has spent it.
That, plus good judgment, obser
vation and hustling by scouts, is
thp best wav found yet to build a
winning major league ball club.
Whatever
Haiinened to .
GEORGE M. LOTT JR.
George Lott, one of the great greatest
est greatest doubles players In tennis his -tory.
was a constant threat In
singles as well and ranked In
America's tOD 10 on eight differ
ent occasions. He had It for the
first time in 1928 and for the
last In '34. In 1931 he fought his
wav to the final at Forest Hills
onlv to lose the title match to
young Ellsworth Vines. Five
times, however, he shared the
US doubles crown and twice fig figured
ured figured in doubles titles at Wimble Wimbledon.
don. Wimbledon. Whatever happened to George
Lott? Now 51. be is tennis nro at
Chicago's Saddle and Sirloin
Club.
Fish For
Little Lady
.wnrvr mrn
w,Unm r 4,4 a
pi.nonnd bas whl' fhm' from
Iiovrt Ro'worfh's boat, "Loon,"
Of r,u'vOnl'. '.
The fKh "as taken on a flu
; wth w ,,
n FV;? f0d s
Ppnn nt6r reel filled 1
Nincie
4 0
with
Aw!- firlifln lead center
tr"lnr line.
Th's is the largest striped bass
ever eiibt b n woman, topnlnc
the .' nrevimn rerd by fonr
.w'-niK. 11 w-"- XA Inches long
wli a' "Irth of Jd3-!. hwhev
Mr. Rosen of Pranford, Conn..
st :(.. fivp feet two inches and
weights 110 pounds.
YEARLING SATES
P-ratno-a Porlncs. N.Y. (NEA1
- "Tie Srratofa Yearling Sales
win close on Auf. 15 wlththe
smallest number of consignors of
anv eslnn but on of the )reit
'frrnnna of hofs.,lfty -slx will be
?ent Into the ring by eight own owners.
ers. owners. r
f.VCLONW TUT

Ames ti, NP Towa
ct"te's hooes for football lm lm-'op
'op lm-'op i j prove ment rot a lolt when the
has l- Cr'one lost Mike pirrnM

V '-b"M.

out because of a knee

n n 1
- I -.

TRAFFIC JAM-7 lake Calhoun in Minneapolis was no place for paddling a canoe when the
camera's telephoto lens jammed speedboats together during a spine-tingling race. It was every
skipper for himself and very rough in the wake, but positively no better way to beat the heat.

D'Amato

If Patterson-Harris

ByJIMM YBR ESLIN
NEWYOR K (NEA) Fioyd
Patterson came out of a clincn
and moved as he always does, in
an ire around his o.d:d 0 n e n t.

gloves held high and close to his weight championship. Everything
face, his body bent in a semi around him has changed,
crouch. He got off a left hood and A promoter named Bill Rosen
it rocked the other guy and a- sohn depends on Patterson to
couple of punches vlater the i:ght bring enough people to see him
was finished. fight Roy Harris .or the heavy
weight championship at Los An
Cus D'Amato was standing in geles' Wrigley Field. Aug 18.
the back of smokp Sunnside Gar- And in New York, a burly, soft
den, a small New York light Ciub. : spoken television expert, Irving
It was steaming, but h kept on j Kahn, has an entire network of
his overcoat. His only conces-ion; theatres and equipment and epo
to room temperature was to hold(ple hanging on the hope a Pat-
hi hnmhnre hat in his hand. a terann title match will bring O'-o-

it if were
wearing it.
the rent, Instead of
Even then this was a night
1952 and Patterson was on an a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur card cus was different.
"Was that," somebody asked
Mm, "your fighter?"
D'Amato nodded.
"You get it made. I mean, he
is going to bea big one for you
f. thw't fce iwkether r got it
made," D'Amato answered, "but

JSVS&'
l

,. 1 it

Has Self on Hot Spot

I know he is going to be the best
fighter alive."
Since then, in the strange ways
of sports, Patterson has come
from the smoky halls and a ma
. teur bouts to the world hcavy-
pie into theaters.
i iBut D'Amato is one who has
npvpr chanced. He is still the man

in who keeps on his overcoat. In the coast indicated Patterson was
a-jfact.whe n it comes to such sim not all he should be, it was l-told-nlp
thinps as slppn all Cus does Dou-so dav on Broadway.

is slip a magazine under his head One thing, however, is dead
on the couch in his office and certain. Patterson's drawing pow pow-cork
cork pow-cork off for perhaps three hours er has been hurt, not helped, in

a nieht.
And in obstinately bucking the
established boxing busintss as, run
bv the International Boxing Club.
D Amato has as much to lose as

SAFETY PROVED PERFOMANCE

BETTER RUBBER FROM START TO FINISH
Firestone
TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TEL 3-1501

Go Flops
.. I
in,,l
j
1 aybody
I show.
else connected with
Criticism has comi naturally to,
D'Amato, even when he is on he
right track. When he make. i
mistake the roof comes in on
him. And if this title show turns
into a loser, or anything resenb
ling it, or if Patterson does no:
show to advantage, then they'll
try to bury Cus.
; His big danger is in the fighter
Boxing people have felt right
along thai D'Amato was taking a
big gamble by carrying on a iru
sade.
"Let a fighter get his mind
mixed up," they tell you," and
an 0. a suaaen you aoni w
as much fighter any more."
1 And when some reports Uom
1 the past, two year. How much ii
will reflect in the box office for
. the Harris fight is a 4 question
And they'll .ttnkejm&ffliaio re
sponsible tor

1

Ty Cobb Says

Of Career With Glass Arm'

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UP1) Ty Cobb
aid today, "1 played about half
my career with a glass arm, and
I guess that's one of the reasons
my b a s e ba 11 heroes are
the
pitchers."
ine immonai ryrus. n, wore
only a pair of dark rimmed
spectacles, blue-dotted red shorts
and a pair of sandals as he sat
in his hotel room and praised the
pitchers, past and present.
the man from Cornelia, Ga., I
brought up the subject of mounds, j
men by remarking, "It seems to
ime that the pitchers this Season
are doing about the best job since
jthe lively ball was brought into
i the majors judging by the
number of close, low hitting
games."
: Here to watch Saturday's nlri
Timers' game between the 1947
Yankees and the 1946 Red Sox
iuoii iuiu 01 me on season
'pitching stint that had threatened I
1 his career. "I don't believe it's
ever been published," said th;
tall, surprisingly fit oldster.
Injures Arm
"Although I nearly a I w a v s
I
played the outfield during my 22
years witn Uetroit and two with
Philadelphia," Cobb said, "I got
kick out of going in at other
positions in exhibition games
during the off-season."
Shortly after the First World
war, ne took the mound for a
pick-up team of major leaguers
against the Bushwicks in Brooklyn
in an exhibition game.
Until that particular eonttst.
right-hander Cobb always had a
fine throwing arm, he stressed.
And he was pitching well, when
"suddenly I had to field a swing swinging
ing swinging bunt and had to make an off
balance throw to first."
ball left my
shoulder felt
"The instant that
hand, my arm and
on fire. I didn't know
what had happened, but
exactly
I knew
i was in a terrible jam if I had
thrown my arm out. And I'd have
to hit it.
"You see, I was a high-salaried
star With the Tigers and trying
to get more money. And any hint
Of an injury would weaken my
negotiating position. AH this
flashed through my mind.
"So, in spite of the pain, I
threw one more ball to the catch catchermaking
ermaking catchermaking sure it was wide.
Then I walked up to him and
said I'd lost my stuff and thev'd
better put in another pitcher.' pitcher.'-Hlpd
Hlpd pitcher.'-Hlpd By Friend
He never did find out what
ligaments he had torn, he said,
because he was afraid to go to
doctor Jest the secret leak
out. A trusted friend massaged
the arm and shoulder almost
daily until spring training.
"Then I could throw just well
enough looping it after I'd
run in a ways from the outfield,
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to fool everyone. The arm im
proved gradually but it never was
the same during the rest of my
career. You mi;bt say I yrem
playing with a glass armr"
Had he been a pitcher, matt
of an outfielder, when he hurt Dm
arm, he would have been finished.

ne saia. Ana mat experience
taught him that pitchers hav&itot

most precarious jobs in baa
and are the real heroes of
sport.
Aussie Horse
First In Line

LAUREL, Md. (NEA) The
first horse entered in the seventh m.
$100,000 invitational Washington,'
D.C. International at the L vil -Race
Course, Nov. 11, is Sailor's
Guide, the Australian chamnion.
Sailor's Guide is on the' timer ..I
Sonoma, which is scheduled
reach San Francisco on Aue: 23, ,n
He will rest at North Ridge Farm,
near San Francisco, for se7crnl
weeks bpfore leaving for the oast.-'
This five-year-old black" horse,
by the imported English stallion,...
Lighthouse II, out of .Tenant,
won the Sydney and William
Williamstown Cups, two Oue-rt
Elizabeth Stakes, a Victory Derb? J
and two St. Legers. He hss earr earr-e
e earr-e $184,923. He has won 1 of
rue's, placed 13 times and show showed
ed showed 8?
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and a half on turf.
EXCITING CLIMAX
BLACKWOOD, England (UPI,Vrr,
Mick Howarth, 20, who was dis discharged
charged discharged from the army lost
month, said he saw moreacticn
yesterday than "during my whde
service career. Working as a
ditchdigger, he struck a bgned
crate containing small bombs ap-
I parentiy trom tne war. une or
jthe bombs exploded, but it did no
serious damage.
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iAr,E EIGHT
THE 81
AMERICAN
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Automobiles
955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
lid white, radio, power steering;
2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALI: 1958 Chrysler Sa Saratoga;
ratoga; Saratoga; 4 dr., whit and gold,
power equifment plus other ex extra;
tra; extra; may accept trade in; $1,000
below cost, Rodman 3784..
FOR SALE 1956 Dodge Coro Coro-net
net Coro-net with tjXtia $1400. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2427 or 2-2392.
FOR SALE: 58 Chevrolet Bel Bel-Air,
Air, Bel-Air, V-8, standard shift. 4 door,
hard top. sedan, two tone, plastic
teat covers, radio, wrear seat
speaker with or without air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning Less than 5000 miles.
Albrook 7228.
FOR SALE 57 Willys jeep,
Mockel C5. less than 6000 miles,
new top, undercoated. Albrook
7228
FOR SALE : 1953 Willys station
wagon in excellent condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, new tires. Must sell
now Best offer accepted. Also
complete camping equipment for
three. Call Curundu 4174, be between
tween between 5 and 6:30" p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
1.954 Ford Customline V-8 se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition, driven
only 23,000 miles. Panama 3 3-6784.
6784. 3-6784. FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special,
4 door hardtop, Dynaflo. power
brakes and steering, w wall tires,
radio and heater. $2500. Finance
Available 3-241 1, 8510 A. Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet De
Luxe, all extras including radio,
5 excellent tires. Very good clean
car. $250.00 after 4.30 p.m.
Call 93-1794 House 8229-B.
6th St. Margarita C. Z.
FOR SALE; 1958 Chevrolet 6
Biscayne. fnrrlor ed;in 124-B
Gamboa, Tel. 6-170, coit $2564
price $1950.
FOR SALE: 1954 Pontiac Six
4-door Deluxe, Hydromatic and
Radio, new tires, two-tone grey
$795.00. 8160 6. Margarita.
Phone 3-2501.
FOR SALE: 1947 Packard 4w
door, good mechanical condition..
S90. House 234-C. Coco Solo.
Tel. 36-313.
FOR SALE: 52 Ferdomatic Vic Victoria
toria Victoria with extras. Call Balboa
2-3155 1574-C Gavilan Road.
Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1 955 Pontiac Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina lhardton1 Hydromatic.
power brakes, 5 new tires, low
mileage. Clean new car, condi condition
tion condition throughout. Phone 2-2850.
AROUND
BY

Well, (oiks, Wondy Herman is
ijjnne. and although the response
,in the capital cil was not entire
ilv what was In he expected the
lipeople -in Colon certainly packed
(JShc joint to hear a real gone
(bam1. ves, 17 master musicn.ns
!!pit together (or the entertainment
Vof the populace. . How about

' We surest that this week b"
'.'Called "Arms Week. what with
vthe amouni of weapons discovered
sundry parts oi the city during
4he past several days and the
vpop snols .aKcn at debonair iJa iJa-Xnama
Xnama iJa-Xnama City attorney Ruben U.
vlWiro.
A
However, Hie situation seems to
J)e well in hand.
. ', We are not the only one- !.av !.av-ling
ling !.av-ling problems, nol by any means.
iThe rulein ui larger ooun
lories .a ppear to be meeting one
lcrisif alter anollicr.
i
An emergency session ol Ue
UN is called lo try and uork
things out.
They are indeed a lot ol
j things on the local front that
!' really beckon our attention. For
instance, the rub with the Pti-
nt equal pay tor equal work
', "P- I
Only about 300 employes now
! on the locality rate rolls will
i btnofit from the law now or
! when It goes into et'fecl in the
!! next M day.
.
The Club Altamira continued
i elans this week for Ihe publics
: tion of the Club's yearbook which
Is being edited by George (j.
Thomas.

Well,
that is
don't speak
really going
Ihe
be
daiic.1
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A Hi CONDITIONERS
-CI BSON-
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price far C. L.
residents.
TROPELCO, S.A.
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with one bedroom $75.00.
56 Via Porras. Tel. 3-2128.
FOR RENT: High in El Can Can-grejo.
grejo. Can-grejo. Very elegantly furnished
one bedroom apartment with
dinette, living, dining porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 90 Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Tel. 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Just built, cool,
modern, two bedroom apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Next to No. 149, Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras. near 50th street. $65.
FOR RENT: Large very cool
and cheerful screened 1 'j bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in Bella Vista.
Please call 2-1455 during office
hours or 3-1988 after.
FOR RENT: Half of chalet, in independent
dependent independent completely furnished,
modern With all necessities,
linens, kitchen utensils, residen residential
tial residential area, garage, garden, hot
mater near bustop. Tel. 3-5356.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, hot water.
Perejil, Second street No. 11.
Phone 3-2694 3-0533.
FOR RENT: Two modern Du Duplex
plex Duplex apartments, one furnished,
two bedrooms, hot water. Campo
Alegre. Tels. 3-2341 3-3379.
FOR RENT: In Calle Colombia
No. 20, two bedrooms apartment
livingroom, diningroom, maid's
i room, washing tubes, hot water,
! garage, etc. $100. Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with twe bedrooms, six
closets. living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street Nq. 2-61. For information
oil to Tel. 3-1423.
LITTLE
3
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Women ore usually more Inter Interested
ested Interested in whot the bride is morned
in than whot she is being mar mar-tied
tied mar-tied to. tne
PENSION BILL APPROVED
WASHINGTON (Ul'l) The
House Cotmnei'cp Commitlep ap approved
proved approved a bill yesterday In provide
a 7 per ccnl increase in pension
benefits or 650.00(1 relired tail tail-ror.d
ror.d tail-ror.d workers and their survivor--
TO WW
TOM
thing $1 compliments are on ihe
move lor Ihe -011!.. Why no. ::e'
around lo yours today as all 1 11 1 s
will he helping the Club s sclll sclll-arship
arship sclll-arship fund,
.Miss Paula Lazarus, daiuhler or
Mr. and Mrs, I'.ohbv Laanis.
rived on the Isthmus last Sunday
morning to spend a mnmh's u
cation with her gra ndparen1 and
to visit other relatives.
Followig her month's vacation
Paula win he re, 111 mug In
York tn enntinue her studies
there.
Birthdav greetings are in ..1 i!i r
today lor Klrna Wood. I lie sis-'-r
of amigo Hugo Wood, yes, the
popular damsel says she will i
spenrlinc Ihe (In (piie'lv ';iny
happy returns of Ihe day Klens.
Iled Maikham bad his eaiv
Ihe week and lodav our I'rieni,
die Suqires will also he Ii.t
his
K.l
Present at get together
held in honor of fiss Myrtl
Wynter were: Joyce Ecclison,
Delia Rodriguez, Arial Rodri
guei, Anayansi RoHrlguez, Nvl Nvl-va
va Nvl-va Small, Miguel Small, Alu
ham Rodrigue?, Melida Espri
lla, Gloria, Marlyn Rodriqo.-r
Maria Fulton. Anastasia Roinrro
and many others who escaped
having thejr names taken dwi
during the 1'unfest.
RlnwillE into town alter t 1 r
aw.n 1 ni about 11 v ears ,
Mrs. Rnpel Higginson, o( Nexv
York Wellknown stateside -.ell
as here Ihe former Hupel Chirk
of Pal in Roehel expects lo 'e
off this evening for home again
Welcome back and hon voyage
Mr and Mrs Jose Salas T"
weekend visitors to the 1 ,1 1,1
for business and pleasure
The likeahle r.iuple hrouglil n cr
their four children on Ihe Irate.
Isthmian trip
Charleston
among these
last wpek he
Padmorp was
observing hirlhop
had his on Tuc'!;
Friend playbov Charlie Scull
narled for Ihe big apple Saturi
from Tocunieii iiroorl.
During Ihe talent slum al
Salon "W" lasl Tui-Mlav evi 1
Ihe gang gave a real hlowoul
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LEAVE YOUR AO WITH ONE Of OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA MBRERIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. Db PLBI.ItACIONrS N 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 e LOUROES PHARMACY 1S2 La Carrasquilla FARMACIA LO.M-BAKDO-vNo
26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 0 'FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIOOS 149 Central Ave
r ARMACIA I.UX-1B4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DERJIS 50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Par que Letevre J Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porraa 111 NOVEOADES ATH1S
Beside the Bella visit Theatre.

Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R dc P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach Homo. One mile past the
Caiino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, n. aid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR HINT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet in 94 street San
Francisco and 50 Street No. 31.
Three bedrooms livingroom, din diningroom,
ingroom, diningroom, porch, kitchen, garage,
maid's rooms with service inde independent.
pendent. independent. For information call
Tel, 2-2037. Can be seen from
5 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
thiee bedrooms, porch, furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, very good condition, including
televisor Hi-Fi in front beach,
Coco del Mar. Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, Santuario Nacional
No. 4, Campo Alegre, Tel. 3 3-2795.
2795. 3-2795. FOR RENT: To responsible
duple, attractive completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet in Campo Alegre,
for months September. October.
Call 3-4911 office hours, 3 3-0868
0868 3-0868 after 6 p.m.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any fool trouble, corns, callmis callmis-aes.
aes. callmis-aes. Insrrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfer, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leuve evev Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel, Panama 2-16G1
$ for J
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 09.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
1
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIUOE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2 0552
NEW!
SPEEDEITE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Wis.
Wo
1 1. 111111 11
Panama
Coliin
ihe genial Charlie.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Joliffe of
the Atlantic side observed (brir
'1st wedding anniversary on Fri Fri-lay.
lay. Fri-lay. Of course the popular couple
ere really on Ihe receiving end
irf congratulation irom their nu numerous
merous numerous friends.
Speaking of anniversaries Mr.
ind Mrs. Samuel Roore of the ca capital
pital capital city, came in also on Friday
for congratulations on their anni anniversary
versary anniversary the lenth.
Good going, keep up the good
vork.
Grin and Bear It: Auntia In
(even-year-old niece: "What will
'ou do iny lillle darling when you
jrow up to be a great big girl?"
A rather reticent kid, aim
inswered "Oh! reduce."
Thought for today: Enjoy your
awn life without comparing '-'tat
f I'liolher.
Condorecct.

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Miscellaneous

COME! HURRY! COME!
Just received large shipment art
porcelain wares, big bowls, vasei,
flower post, platers etc; beauti beauti-fcll
fcll beauti-fcll carved large brass trays,
bowls. Gongs, many new styles
furniture, baskets and novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT LUM'S
40 F. de la Ossa Ave. 11.
FOR SALE: Complete Amateur
Radio Station; Collins Receiver
and Speaker, DX-100 Transmit Transmitter
ter Transmitter Co-ax switch, Bean Antenna,
Instruments will demostrate Sa Saturday
turday Saturday and Sunday. Call 3-1944,
House 8162 Sabal Street, Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Piano Wurlitier
Spinet. Excellent condition. 8420
Margarita or Cris. 2598.
FOR SALE: Girl's 26" bicycle,
good condition, price $15, 548-B
Curundu Hgts. 83-2214.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
A.M., August 15, 1958, in the
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for bolts
and rivets; dispenser parts; blue
print machine parts; brake parts;
industrial trucks parts; compres compressor
sor compressor parts; transformers; auto automotive
motive automotive parts; inner tubes; price
tag marking machine parts; pow power
er power unit parts; terminals; drill
parts; trailer parts; pump parts
and "V" belts. For further in information
formation information and copy of Invitation
No. S-58-417 contact office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1086.

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OH, HIS ACHING HEAD Alleged blackmail and extortion may be the practices in ques question
tion question before the Senate Rackets Committee investigating Chicago restaurant-union problems,
but fof Chairman John L. McClellan (D-Ark.) the hours and days of testimony are just plain
murder. He's shown rubbing a tired brow and making with a good, big yawn during testi testimony
mony testimony at session of the committee.

TENSE. ROMANTIC DRAMA, OPENS
WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA

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Zfllh Ceniury-l'ox's "FRAlILtlN," the atqry
of a beautiful young girl caught up In the
aflrrinnlh of the last war. iVill open Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the Bella Vista Theatre. Starring
Dana Wynter, Mel Ferrer and Dolores Mi Michaels,
chaels, Michaels, the Cinemascope, Del.uxe Color film
w;is produced entirely in (ierniany by Wal Walter
ter Walter Iteiseh from a popular novel by James
Mrf.'overn.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Complete household
furnishings: Rattan dining room
set, Rattan living room set, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom set, Magic Chef
stove, Westinghouse refrigerator,
mahogany and Rattan tables etc.
Phone 3-6210.
FOR SALE: Daybed, armchair,
drop-leaf table, washing machine.
Phone Curundu 3280.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator 9 ft. all porcelain, lew
60 cycle motor $85.00. Carr St.
2233 Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA refrigerator,
Frigidaire washer,' child's crib,
RCA stove and other appliances.
Tel. 3-1709.
FOR SALE: Maytag Wringer
Type Washer, perfect condition.
$70.00. 60 cycle Call 86-6185.
FOR SALE: Latest all Rattan
diningroom set, plate glass trp,
6 chairs and buffet, also coffee
cart, 2 Rattan sectional chairs,
no arms. 1527 Almond St. Apt.
A. Balboa near Cable Office.
INDIAN RIVERS FLOOD
CALCUTTA, India (UPI)-More
than 300 villages have been flood flooded
ed flooded by the rain swollen Ganges and
Koshi rivers and their tributaries
in north and south Behar stale,
reoorts reaching here said yester
day.
PLAN ANTARCTIC CROSSING
LONDON (UPD Soviet ex-
dorers will attempt to duplicate
Dr. Vivian Fuehs' land crossing

The 'production examines the early days
of the Russian and American occupation of
Germany, and the many Incidents which
grew out of the chaos at the war's end. As
the frightened, hunted girl, Dana Wynter
reaches new dramatic heights and Mel Fer Ferrer
rer Ferrer plays one of his most attractive roles as
tiie American offlrer who brings love and
new life to "FRAULKIN."

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lot in Cerro Azul
with water, long terms. Phone
3-6059 Mr. Aurelio.
FOR SALE: A very good farm
in Potrerillos, Province of Chlrl Chlrl-qui,
qui, Chlrl-qui, at 2,800 feet above sea level,
21 mile of highway from David:
90 hec'areai (225 acres) of pas pasture
ture pasture in first class condition; 28
-hectareas (70 acres') of sugar
cane: sugar mill and complete
equipment to make three thou thousand
sand thousand (18 ounces each) cakes
of PANELA (Brown Sugar) daily.
Fairbanks 15 h p electric motor,
low. speed: all used only six
months. One and one half mile
water ditch; and also, two thou thousand
sand thousand feet of galvanized water
pipe line. Nice home, well fur furnished,
nished, furnished, with electric stove and
also wood range, water heater;
luarters for laborers; twelve
oxen; four ox-carts; three horses;
electric light and power from Em Em-presas
presas Em-presas Electrical de Chiriqui; two
miles private telephone line to
town of POTRERILLOS, connect connecting
ing connecting with all cities in the country.
For further information and price,
phone Balboa 2-2104, Balboa
2-4128, Balboa 2-2461.
CRASH KILLS SIX
SAO PAULO, Brazil (UPD -Six
persons were killed and 3 others
were injured yesterday in the
wreck of a bus returning from a
religious pilgrimage at Bom Jesus
de Pirapora.
of the Antarctic via the so'ilh
Pole next year, Moscow Radio
reported today.

WANTED: Messenger boy boy-porter,
porter, boy-porter, age 18-22, bilingual.
Write apartado 5312, Panama,
R. P. Lilting work experience
and education.

WANTED : Clark, male, age
12-25, bilingual, ability to type.
Write Apartado 5312, Panama,
R.P. Listing work experience and
education.
WANTED: Bi-lingual secretaries
with shorthand. Servicio y Colo Colo-caciones.
caciones. Colo-caciones. Tel. 3-7028..
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
REDUCED 10, 15, 20 and 25
in HEAD STONE for two month
by 45o. ANIVERSARY of MAR MAR-MOLERIA
MOLERIA MAR-MOLERIA B Street 52 & 19
West. Phone 2-2656, Box 1093
Panama.
Lesson
Dorese Waites School of Dancing
Reopening September 4th. Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, 30th;
10:00 to 5:00 Knights af Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboa.
DESERT WARRIOR? Ricky
Graham has a weapon in his
hands and the towel draped
over his head makes the 15-year-old
resemble a Foreign Le Legionnaire.
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her midsummer tan. As summer progresses, it's a wise idea
to change shades often to match deepening tan.

. By ALICIA HAJIT
Alone about midsummer, most

of us have gotten a good star: on
a tan. We find that we can wear
some colors that wouldn't do
With pale skin and that we need
l deeper shade of powder and a
change of lipstick color.
The summer range of pinks,
coral tones and reds is fun to try
out. Somewhere there's a shade
which will enhance your tan and

make you look even prettier. II
depends on the depth of your
tan, the color of -your hair and
eyes, the new colors in fashion
that you want to wear.
While you're experimenting with
new lipstick shadts, try blending
two shades for a special effect.
Or for an upward lift at the cor corners
ners corners of the mouths, fill in the
natural outline with your favorite
new shade and use a slightly
darker tone at the outer corners.

74e PlafateJhmL

During the Hitler regime, a
. i 1 ...no (.nil'lrtflH

noieu psycuuaueiiyai wao vut..iv.v.
in one of its most notorious con concentration
centration concentration camps.
There, in spite o" his personal
wretchedness, he began to notn
a strange response to brutality
among, certain., fellow prisoners.
They would ask the wrong ques question,
tion, question, break a rule or otherwise
assert their existence as a living
human being and reprisal would

immediately follow.
. The SS' guards would take over,
beat them into near Insensibility
antf toss them back to their com comrades,
rades, comrades, But instead tf expressing
hale of the guards, these prison prisoners
ers prisoners would begin to make admir
ing comments about them their
strength, their fearlessness, their
loyalty to rules. s
! The psychoanalyst was not cri-i
i tical of this terrible admiralitn.
I He knew that there is a. point
' where human beings cannot to'cr to'cr-ate
ate to'cr-ate humiliation and to avoid cx cx-1
1 cx-1 periencing it. bepm to Ml ;iiem-

selves that they love tne person

who nas inflicted it. iy cmvjc cmvjc-,ing
,ing cmvjc-,ing themselves that the huinilia-1
1 tor was justified, they can ac accept
cept accept the humiliation as justified,
too.
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not confined to concentratitn
camps. 1

Children who have been severe

ly whipped or otherwise harshly
punished can resort to it, too.
They also will transform their

rage at ihe parent who has Hu Humiliated
miliated Humiliated them into admiration
and tearfully protest they love us
in order to make their helpless
ness endurable.
If thjs shocks you, just try to
forget Itr -f

If it doesn't yu can use it to

avoid requiring a punished chitq
to falsify himself by telling you
how much he admires you i o r
hurting him.
We all lose our tempers occa occasionally.
sionally. occasionally. This is fine so long as
we are willing to accept the"-consequences
of our uncontrolled ac action.
tion. action. It's when we aren't will willing
ing willing to accept the child's resent
ment of ita s a probable conse conse-auence
auence conse-auence that we do him the real

injury. By asking him to pretend

it is remorsetul love, we do him

! more hurt than any blow cau in

flict.
The world is filled with people
who have been trained to believe
that they love their humilialors.
Seometimes "they never discover
that they don't.

By ANN HARVEY
The future holds a great
fascination for every one.
We have all wondered at
one time or another about it
and speculsted as to where
we would be the following
year.
In our youth we wonder wondered
ed wondered just what we would do
and accomplish. And so did
Mrs. Kay Quiggle, wife of
1st Sgt. Howard E. Quiggle,
Judge Crowe's secretary and
reporter for the U.S. District
Court.
Kiyoko, as she was call called,
ed, called, grew up and attend high
school in a small sugar plan plantation
tation plantation community on the Is Island
land Island of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii. Upon graduation she
had planned to go to the Uni University
versity University of Hawaii and study
to become a nurse. But for
some reason, (one Kay
Quiggle cannot answer even
today) she obtained her sec secretarial
retarial secretarial dlpioma from Phil Phillips
lips Phillips Commercial School in
Honolulu, instead. She then
put her newly acquired
knowledge to work in a legal
firm.

Soon, Kay became so in

K

By PATRICIA McCORMACK
NEW YORK -r (WIO Iry i i-mitating
mitating i-mitating the ;pbyical feats o an
18-month oH child preferably
male for just one day and, I
guarantee you'll wind up deader
than a door nail.
But it's the best exercise in
the world, if you don't mind dis

covering that your body isn't as

young as your spirit.
I speak from personal experi experience
ence experience and have the black and

blue marks to prove it. And when

he learns to write, my 18-montn-old
Chris will tell his version'. It
will start out "What fools. ."

At any rate. I lasted only un-jhead, I failed that one, too

til a lettle after noon because I

Later, we both stretched out
on the floor, to gaze a while at
a bird on the porch. Relaxing
this way, to aj .lfi-monther.
means wav SSth legs us the
air and playiig patty cake
Thlf is followed by several
minutes of meditatttng o the
beauties of the floor. The posi position:
tion: position: feet flat on the floor and
palms and bead down in front
of them. An upside down "u"
which I can make only on a bro broken
ken broken typewriter.
Chris had even worse .Wings
in store: reclining on ihe flpor
and making a side-ways "U'
bringing both legs up over Jthe

had .turned purple and feared

that parts of my anatomy never
would recover from running a a-bout
bout a-bout like a minute-miler.

Besides, iust then came lime

The phone rang and I thought
,-a breather. But before Igild
null myself to a standing post.

tion, he had sprinted through' two
rooms and had started a mono-

to stand on a bed and make like syllabic conversation the Phone
a ping-pong ball. No bounce. hanging over his back.
I ran up the nearest thing to a So went the first and my finest

white flag a diaper and til til-lapsed
lapsed til-lapsed on the bed. Maybe it'? all
those vitamins and smashed ba

nanas the cnua s Deen geiung.

Thirty-pound thris didn t run

hour. I failed the walking-arone-the
arm-of-the couch test .and
there just wasn't room for both
of us on the cocktail table.
In the interests of fair ptsy, I

out of bounce not until nine 'that1 tried hoisting myself on and Jiff
night! ia kitchen cabinet later whilf -ha

ate his every motion, i-'i.-st, ) (ffl flj CJ
padded up and down the hall. ffiUgt JaJ..
r we ha' done that 10 time.;,

Mrs. Kay Quiggle looks over some of the so uvenirs she and her husband collected on a
recent trip to the San Bias Islands.

Their quarters at Fort Kobbe
show clearlp the interest they
have taken in their new sur surroundings
roundings surroundings during the past 15

monins. .uecoraung me wans aic

tea last week and topped if off
by winning the door priie.
Her husband is a great photo
grapher and "so we have a won

derful record of out trips to take

tary and the court reporter has
a very busy scheduled and one
that can never be considered dull.
Not only does she take down all

the court proceedings in Balboa

SDears and trophies from the San home with us including several but also in Cristoba

Bias islands that they collected Oi our nsning irips says, n.y
a recent trip. They have souve. I "We both enjoy fishing and spent
nirs from San Jose, Costa Rica; j a rewarding day recently catch catch-Barro
Barro catch-Barro Colorado island in Gatun ing daulphins near the Perlas Is-

jHKC name onus uuiu ji va-

lie, and a great assortment of
plants from all over.

. u fioM rvf law wan except ior me uuiuiuuy au
terested in the field ot law v

cious green plants. I collect new

ones for my garden and tor tne

house everytime we go into the

interior.

Now they are learning about

ham radios. Their interest was
stimulated by their neighbors set

"Panama is very much like Ha- and a 10-minute coversation with

Kay s sister in Hawaii. Howard

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that she forgot all about her

desire to become a nurse.
She then decided to go to
Gregg College in Chicago to
obtain her certificate in court
reporting.
Uon ccmnletino; the course
she returned to Honolulu and
began her secretarial-court
p---t!riar career.
But soon the age old de desire
sire desire to travel caught up with
Kay, so she went as a De Department
partment Department of Army civilian to
Okinawa. There she worked
with the lepal section of the
civil administration.
This proved to be an interest interesting
ing interesting two years with many new
experiences every day. At that

time the once war-torn isia.:a
was coming to life and Kay
watched this happen through her
work and via tours of the island.
The U.S. 'at that time helped the
Okinawans sent up their own court
system.
Kay shared a quonset hut wiih

five other girls in Naha, the ca

pital, and a great deal of fun, al also.
so. also. They toured the island from
top to bottom, saw the remains
of the many landing crafts on
the beaches in the southern part
and the caves where many Japa Japanese
nese Japanese soldiers hid and they visit visited
ed visited the fertile northtrn part with
its lovely terraced gardens and

beautiful old homer untouched by

the war.

Then there was the typhoon
season. Everyone would, be noti notified
fied notified of an approaching typhoon
snd told to go to their quarters.
Kay remembers well the time it
rained for three days without stop stopping
ping stopping and by the last day she was
walking around in water up to
her knees in her quarters.
"There are two kinds of ty.
phoons," says Kay. "There are
rainy ones and windy ones, h',f
both are pretty terrifying. Winds
can reach 100 miles per hour."
Her next court reporting job

tooK her to Camp Atterbury in

Indiana where she was assigned

to the Judge Advocate Section

and it qas mere she met her nr nr-band,
band, nr-band, Howard. But soon after

they met the camp was inactivat inactivated
ed inactivated and Howard was sent to Fort
Riley, Kan., and Kay to Fort
Sheridan, ill., where she was a
court reporter for the Physical
Evaluation Board.
"This we the first chance I
heel to revive my interest in
4 field of medicine. It was
the beard's duty te precess precess-disable
disable precess-disable Army personnel to de determine
termine determine whether er not they
should be sent te hospitals for
further treatment, placed in po
sltions they could handle in
the Army er sent heme."
This assignment did not last
too long due to Howard. She
soon joined hire at Fort Riley
and there they, were married.
Shortly after that her husband
was transferred to the Wauhegan
Advisory Group, and then to Fort
Kobbe.

has his own on order and is now
passing his bits of knowledge, ac.
quired from $ course he is at attending,
tending, attending, ion to Kay.

As tor the rest. of her day, well,

Speaking of Hawaii, Kay and i Kay likes her;fdb very much.

her husband were happy to dis. I "When I arrived I heard that

cover the Hui 0 Hawaii, a cluo there was an opening in the Dis

that has been formed by a group
of people from Hawaii who are

living here. Kay is now treasur

er of the club. Once a month the

group gets together to talk about

old and new times and to enjoy
each others company.
Kay is also a member of the
Port Kobbe NCO Wives' Club
Although she works and cannot
take part ir) their day time ac activities,
tivities, activities, she very rarely misses
the club's monthly social in
the evening. At the present
time she is on vacation so she
did have a chance to enjoy a

One case last month almost

kept her going back and forth
for days. It involved a stabing

of one crew member by ano another
ther another while their ship was tied
up at the pier in Cristobal.
This was a jury case and so
after days of hearings the jury
went out to deliberate but could
not reach a decision. By this
time it was Thursday and Kay
had been in Cristobal all week.
Friday, Judge Crowe had to
hear another case in Balboa so

Kay returned also.

Saturday found Her once aga

I started out at 6 a.m. and at

a slight advantage. I didn't have
to climb over the rail of. a crib,
when Chris woke me.

But from then on, I tried to

imitate

we

After

and knocked In everyone's door,
we established a beach-head in
te kitchen.
On all fours we rooted under

the cabinets, pulled out drawers
and for a while flat on our
stomachs, pushed around the

dog's water pan.
I cheated a bit during break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. In the interest of digestion.
I refused to wave both arms in
the air with every spoonful.
To cooperate in the experiment,
a smirking father did the dishes
and I continued npy child's play.
For some reason, the time had
come to rci on the floor and
preferably, under the furniture.
Another breajner. I didn't fit.
But time wasn't on my side.
Chris quickly tired of that sport

and we suddenly were running
back and forth across the living
room. He called it "peek," and

I just panted after him.
The room is 20 feet lotig and

I figure it took him two and one one-half
half one-half of his steps to cover a foot.
I tried to shorten my steps to
that and it was tiring. So much
so, he lost me after the seventh
round trip. I figure my son cov covers
ers covers a good five miles each day.

climbed on and off a chair. Aft After
er After all. he's only three feet tall

and chairs, for my five and, I
half-feet, are kid stuff.

on

FXor, those wearing the latest

And what does Kay like to do

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court reporter but unfortunately I

missed i' by a matter of hours to relax?

so I worked in the Provost Mar- "Well I am learning how to
shal's office at Fort Clayton, thai j cook. May husband gave me an
is fpr two months. The job at the electric beater for Christmas and

court was open once again and with its help I have been experi experi-they
they experi-they remembered me." : menting in the kitchen. I have

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Kay, as Judge Crowe's sesre-

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learned how to bake a decent
cake."
It is a fair guess that Judge
Crowe, herco worker s and friends
not to mention her husband are
all glad Kay changed her mind

ond became a secretary court

reporter instead, of a nurse.

A lurrhine hobbled step calls

more attention to itself than to
the dress. When wearing a low low-beled
beled low-beled chemise or other restrict restrict-in&
in& restrict-in& fashion, relax and shorten

vnur stride. Walking more slow

ly also will make the mincing
steps more attractive.

Many summer toppers are
beach of ballroom companions.
One is an abbreviated poncho of
hlaek and white striped denim,

with a black ball fringe. Once off

"It gives me an inferiority com.
plex," writes a mother of three,
"to keep reading about wcrarea
who do ten times more outside
their homes than I do, and yet
are good wives and mothers,, too.
"It takes all my time, strength
and energy just to be a good
wife and mother and to tafce
part in the activities I feel are
absolue 'musts,' such as church
worker, P.T.A., Cub Scouts and
Brownies.
"How in the world can a wom woman
an woman have string of outside activi activities
ties activities or a high-powered career of
her own and yet never neglect
her family?"
Stop feeling frustrated. The an answer
swer answer is, she can't.
There are only so many hours

in the day, and if a wqman, fills

most of them with club meetings,
community work and so on ei either
ther either someone else is looking aft

er her children and running her
home or her children are looking

after themselves.
Sure, these superbusy women
claim their husbands and children
always come first, despite all the
other things they do.
But if the husband and chiM
dren were uoing the talking, youi
would probably hear a different
side of the story. While Mama is
presidingi, as Madame President,
the "kids re- coming home to an
empty hoase when they, get flut
of school, and Pop and the kids
are scrambling meals together.
And probably some good-na.tured
neighbor is mothering the brood
whose own mother is more inter interested
ested interested in the World outside he r
home than in her family.
You can figure it out for youp youp-self
self youp-self If it takes mbst of your
time and energy to run a house,
keep a husband happy and bring
up a family, some other woman
can't do all that you are doing in
the odd moments and spare
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lifp that is crowded with ouisioe

evening stole. And it is machine activities or a full time, demand
washable with no ironing involved, ing career of her own, ,.r

ATLANTIC CITY,NJ.-(UPI) -Houseware
manufacturers have
come out with a multitude of
items to save wear and tear on
the homemaker and add charm te

the home.
The massive display at the re recent
cent recent 29th National Housewares
Manufacturers' exhibit filled
huge Convention Hall with the
glitter of gold and pastel hues.
Display items ranged from gold
toilet seats to a do-it youreelf
type portable washing machine
which weighs only nine pounds.
Shown in gold were mail boxes,
knick-knacks, carafes and even a
charcoal grill for outdoors. Pastel
colors, however, dominated.
Westinghouse Ccrp., showed a
new appliance based on the ther-mo-electir
principle that dates
back to 1834. The appliance, com coming
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liquids at the touch of a button.
Another eye-catcher was a 14 14-inch
inch 14-inch high washing machine de developed
veloped developed by A.M.I. Inc., of Grand
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its own and sits on suction cups.
It can be used in any sink, basin,
tub or even a large pail.
It operates "wherever there is
electtrcity."
Another new exhibit was ah

electric "rug-cljaning floor-ipoi-isher".
developed by the Shetland
Co., of Lynn, Mass. AH liquids

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dle handle and is released in proper
amounts by a trigger.
The Decore Corp., of Chicago,
came up with a new automatic
percolator which perks 10 to 32
cuds of coffee in 23 minutes. A
red light blinks when the coffee
is ready.
And for the kids, the Alladan
Industries of Nashville, Renri.,
unveiled a "Zorro" school lunch
kit.

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Copyright 1957 by Frank Gruber.

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his childhood
The time is

sweet sweet-in
in sweet-in the

Tom Weber, who left Barkerville after a quarrel with Lily,
heart, returns 11 years later, a new man with a new name

.SflO's in the cow country.
; Tm finds Barkerville as changed es himself, rjlot only is this an emotional bat battleground
tleground battleground for Tom, but Barkerville is the scene fo a struggle between farmers and
the' big ranchers.
The cattlemen have imported professional gunmen to squeeze the sodbusters
from their holdings. And they have named Jeff Alclerton, a big rancher, as candidate
for eovernor. Jeff is now married to Lily.
Tom Weber, anxious to see justice done, joins the farmers. Only the gun can
settle the issues and eventually it does.
Frank Gruber, author of Lonesome River, has written 36 westerns and mystery
stories. He is also one of Hollywood's most successful screen writers, having done
more than 40 film dramas. Currently he is story consultant for "Wells Fargo," ap appearing
pearing appearing on TV screens. His last previous book, Buffalo Crass, soon will be released
As a movie, starring Alan Ladd.

ON Loho range, the flight (if
4 months of drought had taken
:ts toll. There was no grass, there
vas no water. Steers and cows
owed pitifully as they siook ii
the waterless bed of Loho Riv River.
er. River. Lily Barker rode across She
rast domain that Sam Barker
had wrested from the wilderness,

She saw the signs of the droe.glit

everywhere, but was only vague
ly aware of their significance
ily was 16. and for two, almost
three, years had not known this
country. Four days a.fio a tele telegram
gram telegram had come to her aunt's

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home in Massachusetts and she angry

had lain icrl more lhan hallway
aeross the countryto the home
she had r.ot seen in almost three
years, lo the father from whom
she had been parted; the lather
in whom life flickered so (WHy
that he did not even recor.'nh?
her
Lily saw death thai evening
and now. (ho following day, shr

rode aeross Loho to get the srrvMl
o" death from her nostrils, to

think .
She sen' the mustang tearing

across liie stricken range two

miles, three, into the mouth e.

Loho f'snvon where the san:is of

Loho River were still slightly
damp, where sickly tufts of lass
slid clung to the sandy, rocky
SOI I
A wolf, a giant iobo, darlcd a-

cross ner mustang s pain, causing
the horse to shy so that Lily was
almost tin own from the saddle.
Py the time she brought the
horse bat k under control the lo
bo was gone, having bounded in
to a rocky draw that led of, irom
the main canyon.
A cun banged in the canyon
and the sharp, anguished cry of
the wolf told of his i ate. Startled,
Lily turned her mustang into the

draw.
She saw the man and tho dead
wol'f. The man was as ban nd
hungry looking as the '!f he
had just killed. He wore' lorn,
patched trousers, a floppv ipe
less black hat and a woolen shirt
that while clean, had long
months ago outworn its useful usefulness.
ness. usefulness. The revolver in the man's
hand, however, was well-oiled
He was stooping over the car carcass
cass carcass of the loho as Lily rode into
the draw. Hearing the clatter of
her horse's hoofs, he whirled.
His revolver started to come up
but when he saw that the rider
was a gir he lowered the gun
and slipped it smoothly into a
worn leather holster.

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A stubble of two or three day:;'
growth was on his face, Lily
noted. She saw, too, that he was
young, probably only four or five
years older than herself. She
knew, o course, that he was the
person who had just killed the
wolf, hut the lirst words that
came from her were inane.
"You've killed him!"
He looked at her with hostility
in his eyes. "You're Lily Bark Barker,"
er," Barker," he said flatly, almost aceus-

eves
wolf,
-isn't

went from the man
back lo the man.
this Barker land?''

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TECHNIRAMAw TECHNICOUW

to llu
I "Isn't

"It's all Barker land He paus paused
ed paused a moment, then added quiet'
ly, "I'm Tom Weber."
'I'll?" name meant nothing lo

her. She said petulantly,- What i
i rich! have you to trespass on this
j land0 And kill on it'"
He stared at her. surprise in j
his hostile eyes. He touched the
ile. id wolf with the toe of his
i battered boot.
"K eryborly kills, a loho. It'.s

the thing lo. ." vvas no a
proper answer and he gave it up.
"I lorgol, you've been away.
What is it three years?"
She started to nod automati-
tally then caught herself. 'rp.'
j you one of our hired hands?"
"I told vou." he said, becoming I
angry, "I'm Tom Weber. My I
! Dad and ours came to this
eountrv 'ogclher-"
I
She winced. "Of course. I I
remember now. Tom. .yju're!
Tom, the boy whom l. She
( w as going to say, "The boy whom i
I dolin.ed and then she recall recalled
ed recalled that she was no longer a child.
She said, "How is your lather?"
"Drunk," he said flatly, "as
Usual."
j
i Having ju.il come from jceinj
her father stretched out, pale in I
death, the callous, irreverent om-

menl on his faier s o m e h o w I
shocked Lily. A little shudder;

ran through her (igre. stiffening
it. "Thank Cod," she said, "that
I don',1 have to live in this coun coun-ly.
ly. coun-ly. II this is what it does to
people"
"No," Tom Weber interrupted,
"V lon't have In live ill it Yoll
can i'o hack lo (he Kast where
it's one anil soft and comforta comfortable.
ble. comfortable. Where you don't have to
see cattle and people dying,
where you don't har to cry fl flyer
yer flyer the death of a lobo wolf
where"
"Stop it!" Lily cried, suddenly

"I've had just about

I can take for tndav. I onlv

the house because of"
(TO BE COimTIMWED
NEXT WEEK)

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Vacation Bible School got off
to an exuberant start at Albrook
AFB Chapel last Monday morning
wilh a whooping enrollment of
300 children. This is more than
twice the number enrolled last

! year for the Daily Vacation Bi.
I ble School.

This years program is under
the direction of Chaplain Robert
G. Nelson who, along with 40
teachers and helpers (Mostly moth mothers),
ers), mothers), take charge of the spiritual
' guidance of the 300 fledglings five
I mornings a week, for two weeks,
jfrom 9 o'clock til 11:30.

Plans for the vacation school
activities started three months pri prior
or prior with 15 meetings needed to

plan recreation, craft projects re refreshments,
freshments, refreshments, the Bible School cur.
riculum, and to recruit the hip
needed to keep things "running
smoothly."
A typical morning gels under
way with a meting of all class class-esMn
esMn class-esMn the Chapel under the watch watchful
ful watchful eye of Chaplain Nelson, along
with the department heads, who
lead the group in songs, prayer,

the pledge ceremony, honoring the
U. S. Flag, the Christian Flag,
and the Bible. God's Holy Word,
and the morning offering.
The offering given by the chil children
dren children will go to help construct a
new chapel at Chepo.
Then it's off to individual class
es to begin work on such projects
as jackets, copper tobling, stories
from the Bible, singing, and just
plain fun, with all orms of rec recreation
reation recreation from playing ball for the
older children to building block

The children are put in class classes
es classes according to age with nurse,
ry, kindergarten, primary, junior
and intermediate departments
giving children from ages three
to 15 understandable Christian in.
struction.

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ENTHUSIASM IN HANDICRAFT WORK Here. Mary Alice
Butler is so wrapped up in her handicraft work that she doesn't
even know the photographer is around. Behind the "bubble"
is Maxine Billingsley, another enthusiastic Internvdiate, in
the Albrook AFB Daily Vacation Bible Sschool.
(Official USAF Photo)

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ELIZABETH
TAYLOR
Flirtatious
Southern ballet
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ROD TAYLOR-AGNES MOOREHEAD WALTER ABEL
JARMA LEWS TOM DRAKE
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refreshments. Thirty gallons of punch, and 25 boxes of cookies were used each clay in the Daily Vacation Bible School It

1 (Offi cial USAF Photo

Albrook.

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FINDING THE SONGS tORether in the openinn exercise. Of eo urse, these little tykes can't read. In fact

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This Puts Twenry Men on the Carpet

nv spool
FIBRE'S murk science than
fiction to this trick, which to
all outward appearances suggests
a clever ruse. It's worth the
small amount ot effort to pre prepare
pare prepare Cot the amusement of guest
at yout next party.
Glue a piece of cardboard to
the bottom of a spool. Put s
hole in the cardboard so the cyl cyl-indei
indei cyl-indei is open at both ends. Place
another piece of eard board with

a pin in it undei
the bottom of the
first; the pis pro projecting
jecting projecting into the
hole in the spool
announce to

youi guests that you will now
proceed to make the lower piece
of cardboard adhere to trie uppei
piece 'by blowing through the
hole in the spool.
Surprisingly, blowing through
the spool does not cause the bot bottom
tom bottom piece of cardboard to fall.
Stop blowing, however, and the
cardboard dru p s ..immediately.
Lift and pressure principles in involved
volved involved play a significant role in
an airplane's ability to fly

CRISS-CROSSED FIGURING TEST

ru 8ULVB tins tpus teste pro
ceed as in a crossword puz puzzle,
zle, puzzle, using numbers instead o)
tetters for the answers. Insert a
simile digit in each square The
trick ts to get answers that will
function across and down,
ACROSS
1. Holiday and Number Hint Hinting:
ing: Hinting: A prtsent o money is one that
that I'd pnse
If you eon nee Hi to arrang
it;
Don't worry too much about
color or size
tfs easy tor me to exchange
it.
7. Numbers associated with
'Lay them straight."
8. Supply numbers to make
this computation correct:
minus times equals 28.
9. The sound "Hee-haw" should
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CUT out six square counters
the size of those above from
a piece of cardboard. Mark in
them the numbers in the un unshaded
shaded unshaded squares and arrange them
as shown.
Now, switch around the un unshaded
shaded unshaded squares so that any. three
numbers in a straight line
(shaded squares Included), will
always have the same total. In
other words, produce a. magic
square, with identfcal totals ver vertically,
tically, vertically, horiaontally and diagon diagonally.
ally. diagonally. 1
Perhaps you feel you can do It
without the counters. Try it
whichever way ydu prefer.
'i "its
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indirectly suggest to you the
name of a state containing now
many letters?
H). Number ot points at which
two straight lines can meet.
11. Very least number of de degrees
grees degrees any enclosed geometrical
figure can nave.
13. Width of time belts, In de degrees.
grees. degrees. 15. Hints: Boiling point; skat skating
ing skating figure; very, very.
DOWN
I. How many years after Lin Lincoln's
coln's Lincoln's death did his wife live?
X Prohibition amendment.
3. Number of equal sides In an
Isosceles triangle.
4. We find it hard toler
Those dinner guests who
show up I
5. Number of telegraph poles
in a mile if they are spaced 132
feet apart.
6. Price ot one dozen pencils
costing two dollars a hundred.
10. Clues: Women usually pay
clothes attention to each other.
II. Time when both hands ot
the clock, are straight up,
12. Smallest number beginning
and ending with the letter "e."
,13. The number of Caesar.,
14. Difference between 9 ft.
and 3 ft 10 In., is feet
inches.
16. How many of our U. S.
Presidents did not graduate from
college ?
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a thousand, that gives a re remainder
mainder remainder of 2 when it is divided
by 3 or 41 or 17, What ts tt T 1
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Dotograph Poser for Jr. Readers

CAM you shed sums light on
what is missing from the
scene above? Take a guess,
then, tp se if you are right,
draw connecting lines from dot
t to dot 2 to 3, etc., until you
lave used up ail of the numbers
Where two numbers appear be
!de one ot, us the dot (or both.
Afterwards, you may wish to

olor the entire picture neatly
...ik, MMunna a raIomm! nnnrlln

Ot oouraa, If someone alas la

to try, it's only fair to cover the
drawing with tracing paper.

A nswit in a Minute
V VTH AT la the weight of a lion
cub that weighs 10 pounds
plus half its own weight ?
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SOURDOUGH 8AMS
been tramping the
desert so long he's

plumb worn out. But
Sam's conjured up s
mental mirage to ease
rrhs mind if not hip
aching feet.
Note that the hon
zontai and vertical
rows ot dots ot the dia diagram
gram diagram (right) are des designated
ignated designated by letters ano
numbers. Using a sharp
pencil, start at the Irst
point Indicated below
nd draw lines from
dot to dqt as stated.
By completing thr
scene as indicated
you'll be able to see
what Sam is thinking
about.
Draw tir C-. 1-4.
1-3. H-3 Draw D-l. D D-3,
3, D-3, G-8. G-L D-l.
Draw H-l to H-9
Continue H-6, I -ft, 1-5.
C-V C-10. F-10, V-l
Draw D ti. O-U, t -.
-6, D-ti. Then D id.
D-l. C-l, C-17, G-17
H-l. H-l 7.
1 Draw D-ia, C-lS, C C-IS,
IS, C-IS, D-13. Draw 1)14,
C-14, B-18. B-16. C-15.
D-15. Draw 11-12 to
H-l. Draw 1-10 to I-15.

If anothei person is present,
ask him or her to read off the
insertions while you fill them in.
Cover the diagram with tissue
uaper so someone else can try.
A (Choice Dilemma
VmiCH would you rathei
have: a halt-dozen dozen
dollar bills or six dozen dozen
dimes ?
You're better oft with the
dimes. The dollar bills will total
$72; the dimes $86 40.
Try It on someone else and see
which they'd rather have.

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through hill coun country,"
try," country," aald Sheik
All Kazam. "1 led
t party of 20
scouts. We were
captured by
Pascha Ova and
taken to his cas castle.
tle. castle. On the floor

was a rug
this design

right."
"Captain," h e
said to me, "let
me see you ar arrange
range arrange your men
at the Intersec Intersections
tions Intersections ot this rug
ui such an order,
that with six or
less men to a
row, no row shall
contain a man
who; is -not part
of an even, group.
If you success successfully
fully successfully form your
20 men. 1 will

set you free. But 1 swear by the beard of
the prophet 1 will put to the sword every
man who does not conform."
"Needless to say, 1 was worried. But
after some painstaking thdught, came lp
with an answer," said Sheik All Kazam.

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How did Alt Kazam arrange
Remember, each man is to
at an intersection of lines,
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Charades, Streamlined
""HESB are the old-Ume charades, minus the ver

sus. Clues suggest the answers.

Example: A note la the scale plus a fit, of anger
makes an optical Illusion: mi-rag.
1. A snake plus quick stop makes a pavement
3. A head covering pin a cereal make a whim.
S. A rube plus an "all right" makes a Western
character:
4. A barrier plus an acquisition makes something
cheap.
5. High temperature plus a domestic fowl makes
a pagan.
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.Gie Your Tongue, 'a Testing
AFTER you've tested your tongue by reading this
aloud a owuple ot times, test your memory by
trying to recite it without looking at the paper.
-Sheridan Shott and Noata Nott shot It out Not!
na snot and Shott was not, so It was betCer to be
Shott than Nott Although Nott was shot, Shott
said' he was not, which shows that the shot Shott
shot was not shot, or that Nott was shot. Who va
shot and who. like as not, was not shot?

PlUR skeleton skeletonized
ized skeletonized key words
appear across the
tops of the dia diagrams
grams diagrams at 1 f t.
Bach designates
a form of em employment
ployment employment T o u
are asked to iden identify
tify identify the words by
restoring th
missing letters.
begin, copy
all letters how
in .sight In the
blank spaces di directly
rectly directly below
them. That is to
say, In the dia diagram
gram diagram at top, left,
place P in the
three blanks be below
low below it; N in the
four blanks be below
low below it, and so
forth. Do this
with th letters

In each of the four diagrams.
Then, using the letters In the
lower blanks, try to and missing
letters and form short horizontal
words. Letters that belong in.
key words will functipn in all
horizontal words below.
Remember, each key word al alludes
ludes alludes to a lob designation.
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rIB star-and-clrcle offers one
of the most challenging and
interesting unicursal problems.
You are to draw the design in
on continuous line, without
crossing or retracing any part of
the line.
You may begin your design
anywher on the figure,
Another challenging test: closs
your eyes and try to draw a five
pointed star within a circle.
There's a solution to the prob problem
lem problem elsewhere in the page.

( N B day,

Karen and
Robert were
playing an old
game with four
of Mother's but buttons,
tons, buttons, on a piece
of squared board
as shown here.
They had reach reached
ed reached the position
shown, when
Karen sudde n I y
said : "Robert,
could you divide

this board along the lines to get four pieces of the
same shape and size, each piece having a single
button?"
Robert drew out pencil tines to achieve this. His
attempt is shown by the heavy lines and is correct
Then Mother happened to come in and she took a
hand. She. picked up four pins and stuck them lnto lnto-the
the lnto-the four small center squares, and challenged her
son brightly:
"Now, Robert, see if you can divide It again, but
this time get a pin in each division, as well as a
button!" Hs failed. Can you take four pins (or
pencil dots) and succeed?
(A solution is elsewhere In the page.)

HIDE AND SEEK WITH PARTY-GOERS

SUSIE has In Invited
vited Invited eight
young friends to
her birthday
party. How
quickly can you
find their faces
in the drawing at
right?
Time limit: two
minutes.
After you feel
sure ybu know
where each per person
son person Is hidden, use
colored pencils or
crayons to color
the scene, just as
if Susie's friends
were not there.
. When you have
finished, see tf
.you can find the
eight faces again.
You may find the
task more diffi difficult
cult difficult this time.

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Its Your Move

van NO BUTTON SOLUTIONS

By Eugene Sheffer ..
HORIZONTAL
1 Barnabas and Paul went
through this to go to Paphos
(Acts 13r6
S Macaws
9 Former operatic star.
13 A red horse went out when
the second was opened (Rev
6:3)
14 Arrived.
15 Stretch.
17 American general In World
.War 11.
19 Holy city of the Mohamme Mohammedans
dans Mohammedans 29 Bombycid moths.
21 Sacrifices cannot take away
these (Heb 10:11)
23 Coal-scuttle
24 Bestow
27 This number of the ten lepers
cleansed failed to return to
five' thanks to Jesus (Luke
7:17)
28 Ignoble
29 Military assistant
30 Plays on words.
31 Boxing matches.
32 Cypriripid fish
33 Caroled
34 Religious Brother.
35 Offers
37 Its capital is Phoenix.
41 Large northern deer
42 Brother of JaDhetb Gen. 10:1)
13 Coop
44 Stable compartment.
47 The workman is worthy ol
this (Mat 10:10)
48 Singing Voice.
48 The Anakims were this In
height (Deut. 2:10)
50 Narrow waterways.
51 Place of a "Big Three" con conference.
ference. conference.
S3 Recede.
5S The Magi can" here.
64 Bog.

55 Watchful
57 Choker.
62 Deserve.
63 DaSh.
64 River. W France.
65 Portico
66 Lairs.
67 Musical Interval.
VERTICAL
1 Doctrine
2 Ocean
3 Varnish ingredient.
4 The "lily maid of Astolat."
5 The fifth book of the New
Testament
6 College cheer.
7 Diverting.
8 Small finches.
9 Jesus took the children up into
his (Mark 10:16)
10 Shelter
11 German orison camp.
12 Address.
16 Mythological, abode of the
dead
18 The name of the wicked shall
do this (Pr 10:7)
22 Symbol for deon.
24 Manner of walking.
25 Be conveyed.
26 Gland: comb form.
27 Religious women living in a
convent
28 Ruth's second husband (Ruth
4:13)
30 Tract of land1 for recreation
31- Edge.
33 Ved.
34 Worry
36 Small secluded valley.
37 Exclamations
38 Iridescent iewel.
39 Job bewailed that he should
die In this (Job 29:18)
40 Handle.
42 Port in Washington
44 Vapor.
45 Jesus overthrew these In the
temple (John 2:15)
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46 Masculine nam.
47 Failed to hit
48 City 'in Main.
50 Sun god.
51 Japanese coin.
53 Feminine name.
54 Rabid followers

5tt City in Brazil.
58 The swine did what on their
way to perish in the seat
(Mat 8:32
59 The Gentile changed the truth
of God into this (Rom. 1:25)
60 S-shaped curve
61 Steep flax

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CAB FEST in between dances and games at the Pacific
Teen Club. George Canby, Rocky Blevins (president),
Sheila Reynolds, Gene Fraunheim, George Fitzgerald
(guest Helene Bishop and Charlene Bishop.

(See Pages 2 and 3 for story and pix )

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PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, AUGUST l. 195S



JilKFBOX DANCING is most popular activity at Club. Dancing. Francis Lindh, John Demming, Gordon BosmlL Charlene Bishop, Bonnie Oayis, Ed Corrigan.
Standi X fbnSfXwfto Hitchcock, John Morris, Charlie French. Lane Thompson, Art OLeary (guest). Dot Foise (soda Jerk), and Danny DesLondes.

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THE JUKE BOX is center of activity and gets a big play. Music is loud and continuous asd not
all rock V roll. Left to right Billy Williams, San lira Allen, Don Monteath, Bonnie Bishop (guest),
Rocky Blevins, (harleme Bishop.

Pacific Teen Club

Story by J. HETTINGER
A few years ago the Pacific

Teen Club was only a gleam in

the eyes of BHS students. Now,

thanks to the help of the Pactfie

Youth Association, Inc., this gleam
has become a reality.

With local labor unions and vo

lunteer adult workers assisting,
the high school students erected,
though not too steadily at times,

the bright edifice across the
street from the Balboa Shoe Store.
Contributions of material by
business firms, cash generously
donated by individuals and civic
organizations, and fund raising ac activities
tivities activities all aided in bringing this
"castle in the air" down to earth.
The Pacific Youth Association
Inc. which -is sponsoring the Teen
Club, has as i's members: The
BPOE Lodge 1414; Balboa Lions
Club; Feri Lea' Club; Pacific Ci Civic
vic Civic Council? Lodge 118 1AM; Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Daughters of America; A.
merican Legion United States Ci
tizens Association; American Le.
gion Auxiliary; and the Knights
of Columbus. ..
Membership in this association

is still open to civic organization!
and- to interested individuals
There are no dues, but contribu contributions
tions contributions are more than welcome.
The responsibility of a membef
is limited to the amount of help.

advice, and funds which he feekl
he can give. No personal liability
is assumed by a member.
-Membership in the Pacific Tees
Club is not restricted to dependent

of Panaama Canal employes. A

Hh, (Jib and Junior College stu students
dents students up throught the age of 19,
including graduates of any of thes
through 19 may join.; The largest
percentage of members are in 'h
age groups 14, 15, and 16. Tho
club is open during; vacation on
Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday
rom 1 p.m. to 10 p.m., and oa
Friday and Saturday : from 1 p.m.
to 12 midnight.
If you were to walk into the
Teen Club, you might be irelined
to believe you' were in a bus' Ma Ma-lion
lion Ma-lion waiting room -- what with
the shuf leboard and soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. That theory would! go out the
window when no bases arrived,
though at times, especially Oh Fri.

NEW MEMBER Bill Mallory signs applica tion for membership to Club. Brian Cox behind desk
Is club manager and Rock Blevins seated in foreground is president. f.". i

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THE BULLETIN BOARD, with the latest dope, Is located at tha
front entrance where the members cannot miss it. Checking the new
ly posted House Rules are Frank Stewart and Jessie Kirklaml.

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SilTOAY AUGUST 10, 1958
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PACIFIC TEEN CLUB as it looks today was converted from an old storage building in lhr Industrial Division area of Balboa.

Sfill Needs Help

stream of Teenagers flowing from
one small battered coupe, it doe's
take on the appearance of a ter terminal.
minal. terminal. The ball room is still a dream,
as sufficient funds have not been
raised to complete it.
Help, material, donations, your
"best wishes," and anything else
you can iind are always welcome.
Among the many items needed
yet are: (1) tile for the club
rooms, (2) Paint for the ball room
(3) mirrors (wherever girls are,
there has to be mirrors), and of
course (4) money.
The facilities yet to be put into
operation are the soda fountain for
Ice cream and etc. the grill
for hamburgers and hot dogs, and
the pool tables, which as far as
the members of the fairer sex are
concerned, can stay out they
have a bad enough time as it is
trying to get the boys to dance.
The club is operated the same

as any oTher elub in the Zone.
The officers are: president, Rocky
Blevins; 1st vice president, Billy
Williams; 2nd vice president, Sha Sha-ren
ren Sha-ren Pe7ore; secretary, Pudgy
Watson; treasurer, Mary Watson.
The board of directors consists
of: Russ Weade, Joe Reynolds,
Ronnie Dahlhoff, Mary Chase and
uth Thompson.
Brian Cox, a Junior College stu student,
dent, student, is manager of the club.
Jerking sodas around, you'll find
Dot Folse, Billy Williams, Mary
Ann Brandon and David Jenkins.
The Pacific Youth Association
Inc. and the Pacific Teen Club
are two independent organizations,
the only linkage between the two
being a liason man and this clause
from the Teen Club Constitution.
"The entire operation of the club
shall operate under, and be sub subject
ject subject to, the review and general
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VISITOR (holding soda) Is a Teenager from London who was
Interested in the clab since he had been a member of a Youth Cen Center
ter Center in London. Now working on a passenger ship going to New Zea Zealand
land Zealand he stopped in to look around. He was particularly impressed
with stylishness of Club and the fact that there were so many cars
outside. London Teenagers do not get the family car'. Left to right:
visitor Danial Newman, Sari Fields and manager Brian Cox.

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GAB FEST and sodas in betweea dances and games. Left to right Helene Bishop, George Fitz Fitzgerald
gerald Fitzgerald (guest), Charlene Bishop, Tim Corrigan (gu et), Kathy Casey (back to camera.)

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SHUFFLEBOARD gets big play when club is open. G mes were donated by local firms an
individuals. Left to right: George Canby, Bill Mai lor ml J imie Ward.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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By John

I am; yet what I am mac cares or knows,
My frientis forsake me like a memory lost;
I am the self-consumer of my woes,
They rise and vanish in oblivious host.
Like shades in love and death's oblivion lost;
And yet I am, and live with shadows tost.
Into the nothingness of scorn and noise,
Into the living sea of waking dreams,
Where there is neither sense of life nor joys,
But ft? vast shipwreck of my life's esteems;
And e'en the dearest that I loved the best
Are strange nay, rather stranger than the rest.
I long for scenes where man has never trod;
A place where woman never smiled ei wept;
There to abide with my Creator, God,
And sleep as I in childhood sweetly slept:
Untroubling and untroubled where I lie;
The grass below above the vaulted sky.
THEY FLEE FROM ME
By Mr Thomas Wyatt
They flee from me that sometime me did seek.
With naked foot stalking in my chamber.
7 have see, them, gently, tame, ami meek,
That now are wild, and do net remember
That some time they put themselves in danger
To take bread at my hand; ami now they range,
Fusily seeking with a continual change.
Thanked be fortune, it hath been otherwise
Twenty times better; but once, in special,
In thin array, af'er a pleasant guise,
When her loose gown from her shoulders did fall,
And she caught me m her aims long and small,
Therewith aH sweetly did me kiss.
And softly said, Dear heart, how like you this?
It was no dreams; I lay broad awaking.
But aH is turned now through my gentleness
Into a strange fashion of forsaking:
And I have leave to go of her goodness,
Ami she also to use newfangleaess.
But since that i so kindly am served.
I fain would know what she hath deserved.
MOONRISE
By If. Lawrence
Her rise from out the chamber of the deep.
Flushed and grand nod naked, as from the chamber
Of finished bridegroom, seen her rise and throw
Confession of delight upon the wave.
Littering the waves with her own supercriptinn
Of bliss, till all hr lambent beauty shakes towards us us-Spread
Spread us-Spread out and known at last, and we aro ure
Thst beauty is a thing beyond the grave,
That perfect, bright experience never falls
To nothingness, and time will dim tne moon
Sooner than our full consummation here
In this odd life will tarnish or pass away.

Herewith And solution to Sunday
ale No. 74S, published today.

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Washing. on. There's an inter interesting
esting interesting illustration uown in Tenne.
ssee right now of what happens
to iMte of the money people put
into insurance policies. It ajff
illu-tra.es why it's- difficult to
get some Senators to fight far
the public interest rather than
btg business interest. :
Last March, Sen. Albert G re
of Tennessee had the courage to
oppjsc a special ; tax concession
for the msuranee companies. He
argued flat with: 5,PB9rB people
unemployed and the government
certain sure to go in.e the red
heavily for defense, there was no
reason why toe insnrance com
panics should get a special retro,
active tax cut of $12 GOO.W
So he waged a tough bat le a.
gainU the insurance companies,
demanded that they be given the
same tax treatment as o.her
groups.
"Are the Senators aware, Gore
asked his colleagues, reierring (o
those o General Motors; the Ford
Motor Company, and U.S. Steel
all added together?
"Wo always ear about the wi widow
dow widow who has a policy. The pre president
sident president of lone company draws a
salary of $134,500," said Gore, re referring
ferring referring to L. W. Dawson, presi
dent of Muuial Life of New York.
"I suppose that is approved by
the widows who hold policies. The
10 largest insurance companies
have total asse.s of more than
$62 billion."
Gere then proceeded to show
that these 10 would get a tax
benefit of $tl,4W,M under
the tax law which Sen. Bob Kerr
of Oklahoma, the multimillion multimillion-dollar
dollar multimillion-dollar oil man, was trying to rush
through the Senate.
In the end the hit insurance
companies and Kerr won. Gar
lost. And today insurance money
is being spent in Tennessee to
defeat him. the insurance mo
guls know thai if Gore stays in
the Senate he will lead another
fight next year to prevent any
mare special tx concessions.
The campaign against Lor s
bitter. It is also well-heeled,. It is
so well-heeled that Tennessee
highways are littered with bill.
boards urging vtes for Lore s op
ponent. However, the people of
Tennessee are get. in suspicious
of so much money spent against
one man. The campaign against
Him may reelect him.
LAZY Lit ANON WAR FAR I
Undersecretary of Stat Chris
tian Herter acknowledged tmdef
congressional cross.examiaation
the other dav that the IT. S Ma.
rinea had stormed aahare at lo
banon only to find a strange, lack
adaisical, almost bloodless rvil
war.
It is mainly a war het ween mis.
ers who seem to be trying to a m
as close to their targets as pos possible
sible possible without hurting anyone. Her
ter esti muted that the l.liui-.a
casualties from actual fighlin-
ari less man one a day.
Government and rebel head
Ouarters are conveniently Usiil
within 300 yard of tach other
with all the civilized comforts, in including
cluding including full telephone service.
The only signs of war are casual
sentries wearing rifles strapped
uiwei tneir shoulders.
For the most part, Herter ad
milted, the civil war is a political
battle between the "ins" and
"outs."
Oregon's bristle-browed Sen.
Wayne Morse, who had asked
Herter. leading questions about
the strange "war" at the secret
brie ing, waited for his answers,
then sprang a verbal trap.
"I am glad of my re-ord in op opposition
position opposition to the Marine landings."
Morse snapped, nd 1 make Mr.
Herter my witness. There was no
reason for sending a single Ma Marine
rine Marine over there. There s no really
erious fighting. The whole af affair
fair affair is almost a sham battle.
"Of course," he added, "I don't
know anything about it except
what Mr. Herter told us."
Arkansas' dry rirawMw
Bill Fulbright brake in S heard
we secretary this morning, it is
really difficult to compare his r.
port to the headlines- we have
been reading 'Major Fighting in

didn't give as any reason to be
here were were any great bat.
ties ever there."
"All thev want is a new eov-

ramn; sneeested Morse. "And
they win get it when we move
out.
" DESERTS POLITICS
Rev.. Joseph Simon son, is he
Lutheran preacher and Ike.en Ike.en-thusiast
thusiast Ike.en-thusiast who became Ambassador
to Ethiopia, has decided to get ou
of politics and diplomacy in fa.
vor of religion or keeps.
Dr. Simonson was abruptly re.
iieved of bis ambassadorship af after
ter after Vice President Nixon referred
to him scornfully as "that rn
ball."
Simonson had been public rela
tions director of the National Lu
theran Council in New York, gave
bis all for the "great crusade" w
1992. and was rewarded with an
ambassadorship to Etboipia. But
when Nixon made his tout .of A-
frica in 1957 Simonson differed
with him over the Nixon habit of
handshaking and baby -kissing.
Though Ethiopian authorities had
worked out a care ul schedule,
Nixon insisted on stopping uca uca-sionally
sionally uca-sionally on street corners to min.
gle with the crowds. In Ethoipia
this is considered undignified, and
Simonson had promise! Ethoiopian
officials that Nixon would do no
hand-shaking while the Royal fam.
ily was with the entourage.
When the .'ice president behav behaved
ed behaved like a politician running in a
local sheriff's race in the USA
therefore, it became highly em embarrassing.
barrassing. embarrassing. Members of the Royal family
waited with pained expressions
while Nixon mingled with the
crowds, and while Ethoipian dig.
nilaries with whom Nixon had an
pointments were told that the Vice
Lire Shows
By JACK CAVER
NEW YORK (UPI) And still
champion!
Cinerama, the pioneer, I mean.
Champion, that is of the large-
screen movie techniques that pro profess
fess profess to give tho illusion of the
thhtd dimension, cozy ing up to
the customers to the point where
they feel they're part of th ae ae-tton.
tton. ae-tton. "South Sena Adventure." fifth
of the Cinerama film has just
started a run at Broadway'!
Warner Theater where it preba
My wiR remain for many months,
as have its predecessors. Nation Nationwide
wide Nationwide and world-wide distribution
is limited, of course, to the com
paratv handful of theaters -pecially
equipped to show Cine
rama.
This is an engaging film in its
own right, leaning heavily again
to the trsveloeue side yet mam
taning a stronger story thread
than previous Cinerama films.
More important, it demon
stratcs anew that all of the big
screen processes it has inspired
in half a dozen years in the mv
ies' biggest revolution since the
talkies have not managed quite
to capture Cinerama's effective
ness in giving the viewer a feel feeling
ing feeling of "being in the picture."
Producer Carl Dudley has made
meet effective use of tne Une
ra ma cameras in plotting a story
that carries from Hawaii to New
Zealand and the "outback" of
Australia, hitting on the way
such enchanting spots as Tahiti,
Tonga, Fiji and the New Hebri
des. And naek to Hawaii.
For story lines to bolster the
magnificent sweep of scenery and
the delineation of customs strange
to us. the writers have concoct
cd a couple of romances that do
wm haras yet which no on Mad
take seriously. One deal with
an American couple in Hawaii
and the ether brings together a
French painter (ah, there. Gau
guin) and a Tahiti an dancing
The fascinating T.hitisn scenes,

by the way, were filmed during

president of the United States was
behind schedule and could not talk
with these.
After Nixon re timed to Wash,
ington, Simonson was suddenly re recalled.
called. recalled. When he returned to Wash Washington
ington Washington he had a ai-iniirat session
with the vie president, during
which Nixon apologized profusely,
denied ho had ever re erred to
Stmonion as "that cornbali," pro promised
mised promised ao her opportunity in the
service of Eisenhower.
But after waiting several months
for the promised appointment, Dr.
Simons decided thai religion,
net politics, was his career.
He has now donated his 317 at re
farm near Roches. er, Minn., to the
Lutheran church as a religious
retreat center, with the specifica specification
tion specification that non-Christians as well as
Christians are to he welcomed
there.
It is to be called the Martin
Luther Community, and confer,
ences will he held for the purpose
of emphasizing the relation of one's
religion to one's daily work.
DIPLOMATIC PIPELINE
Marshal Tito has given the A.
merican Embassy Colonel Nas Nasser's
ser's Nasser's newest alibi for the revolt
in Irasi. Nasser, claims Tito, is
shocked at the gruesome murd murders
ers murders in Iraq and did not master mastermind
mind mastermind the uprising. .Communist
China is rushing production of its
own atomic bomb at a secret plant
near Peking. Tie Chinese Reds are
determined to beat France as th
world's fourth nucelar power. .
British agents have picked up die.
tator Nasser's secret plan to ov overthrow
erthrow overthrow the oil.rich British Pro Protectorate
tectorate Protectorate Aden. This appfently
in supposed to be Nasser's next
target, following tho overthrow of
fra.

On Broadway
French-held island, and th danc
ing bH is the genuine article, a
photogenic maid named Kamme.
There is no romance but amen
information in the New Zealand
and Australian sequences. Parti Particularly
cularly Particularly effective is th us of Ci Cinerama's
nerama's Cinerama's three split screens to
demonstrate a radio educational
method employed m th vast o-
ptn spaces of Australia.
An in all, one Of the best or in
Cinerama series.
Scratch "Oh, Captain!" from
th list of Broadway shows. Tho
musical hetau to wilt at th box
eilic the early summer heat
d closed suddenly i long w.y
short of rteouoh. its consider
able production cost.
Although th reviews last win
ter generally were favorable, and
the early business good, the at
traction never gamed that irr
sistibl .momemuir of the really
bit sit that can insure s couple
of seasons en Broadway. During
the final week, Dorothy 1. am our
of th films made her Broadway
debut, replaerag Abb Lane in
taw at the two mam feminine
roles.
The long run and successful
"Li l Abner" musical, slated for
ant August departure, quit a cou couple
ple couple of weeks early. The original
production opens in a month in
a unprecedented booking into
no of those hug casino night
clubs out in Las Vegas.
HONOR COUNT BIRNADOTTI
CAIRO (UPI) Th United
Arab Republic will issue a special
stamp Sept. 17 to mark th 10th
anniversary of the assassination
a Count Bernadotte. the United
Nation. Palestine mediator. Arab
governments often refer to Berna Bernadotte
dotte Bernadotte as th "peace martyr."
NEW TRADE COMMISSIONER
KYIVNKV Australia ifTPIi The
gvrnmnt yesterday appointed
Dr. Arthur Benmng at commis commissioner
sioner commissioner fer Ntw South Wales in the
United States. He will head a
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TK. Southern Wild, by Ruth day Turkey, an area net much

Chatterton (DouWeday): A tense bigger than Texas, has played an

rwi mnviu novel which draws astonishingly influential rate m

An rarial wereeation and inteler- the evolotiort of the modern

.ance Miss Cbaiterton, former me- wora. Professor MuUer (Indiana
vie & ar, teSlvef a Negro and University) traces he deyelop deyelop-kifA
kifA deyelop-kifA fumiiv mil the loses and men! of Turkey more precise

haies that bound then. The fy, Asia Minor Arm niestorie
proud Merediths and tat Negroes days, now chronicled only tw leg-

who served menu struggle mr n vi m iimumwt

vidually both to preserve the past oiogy, to tie modern repunne
and to break with it. Ail art real fonnded by Kemal Atwk.
nnnlp oaotfM in trends they I ':

don't full? understand. The eom-! Th ftorteayooao E&ip, by Aon

mi.vitv nt the racial Question is Bridge (Macmrllan): A chase ste-

tcheri with sensitivity as the fsm- ry that range across the lace

Cramming 'Rithmetic Dry Comment-

Thermal Barrier Stymied Fish St6ry
By DOWLAS LAKSEN and JERRI BENNETT

uanananr-'-sn w v w at

Bennett

WASHINGTON -(NEA)-Diplo
miti at the Italian Embassy are

liable to get the reputation of be-

ing brook worms because ei tue v is
it of Prime minister Amiatore
Fanfani.

Reason is that Fanfani is actual.

u aJL Haiti's mr L rpnnwnnl

Hies gather for the funeral of of ashionable Portugal from thejscnolari te .dditioa to running
young Jason Meredith, tilled in a royal refugee colony at Rstoril to, lkMt g0Vtrnment he teaches econe econe-"mad
"mad econe-"mad escapade W lrnmHiate tofceifi, Ae Dike ol Eritm's,' the U(iversjly Rome
young Negro. Miss Ciatteiton palatial country home in the u a proiific writer. Friends

demonstrates wun wii, rewieraess .nor. '"""S'sav that he can discuss almost

and poignancy israi ow uvea iuumv? yio iwmcu
,)()n.. rom Communist Hungary. The
I Bids are prepared to go to any
A Baton far Ike Conductor, by length to recapture Father Antai.
T, L. W. Hubbard (Houghton Mif- A gripping suspense story by an
flin)- "Kwas going to a, eoreert j sutfcor who hft lirst-hand experv
in .n n.i.f-ihe-wav nut of Ene ence in Hungary as the wife of

' ff i Li w Ta: s l. a l

the former Strategic Air Com Command
mand Command boss. "The last time I was
on one, nobody offered me a
drink. But I suppose it would be
all right 1. they just keep it out
of the hands of the pilots and
crews."

land Hnbharrf recaBs. "It was retired British Ambassador

a wild night and I wondered Owen St. .Clair O'Malley

vaguely ir the eondnctor would
get through from London ail
right. If he did ant. what fan it
would bo for someone with
dreams of conducting to take his

Sir

mlace The. rest followed loeiear-

lv enough." The "rest" is a bit of
flu fy summer fare whieh Hub Hubbard
bard Hubbard nones fun at such institu

tions as music, the British bureau
cracy and the Communist party
Fast and funny reading.

BEST SELLERS

Fiction
ANATOMY OF A MURDER Rob Robert
ert Robert Traver ;'
ICR PALACE Edna Ferber
THE WINTHROP WOMAN Anya
Setob
THE ENEMY CAMP Jerome
Weidman
A SUMMER PLACE -Sloan Wil

WASHINGTON socialites have

voted the Polish Embassy' Na National
tional National Day reception as the year's

most wholesome party Instead of
laying out the usual array of bors

anv subject. d oeuvres, Ambassador Romuald

As a result, it's reported that Spasowski loaded a large buffet
busy embassy staff members with ice cream and cookies,
spent a good deal of spare time) Only trouble was that the sum
catching up on their reading be. inter heat melted the ice cream

fore the Prime Minister arrived. ; mocks taster than the

Thev oSdnt want to take tre.rouia eat tnem.

chance a. boring him.

SEIDMAN AND SON-BKck Mot

THE NORTHERN LIGHT A. J.

Craria

yiulun tn Hit Time, bv Joan! Non-fiction

Eavant (Nelson); A chronological INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY John
narrative covering the Entawror'i; Gunther
entire career. It is Napoleon's MASTERS OF DECEIT J. Ed Ed-fault
fault Ed-fault not Sanvant.'s, that the em- r gar Hoorer

phasis is on bio greed for power., PLEASE DONT EAT THE DAI

rrueltv techer. boorisbness. in

gratitude and jealousy. Savant
has arranged with admirable skin
exerpts from the firing of
those who know Napoleon at first
hand, intt a sort of informal in intimate
timate intimate biography.
Tno Loom of History, by Her Herbert
bert Herbert J. MuUer (Harper I: Tfco cor corner
ner corner of the world that is present

SIES Jean Eerc

KIDS SAT THE DARNDEST

THINGS Art Lmkletter

DEAR BABY Abigail Van Bu-ren

THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY-Jonn
Gahsraitk

LATIST sapace age joke:
An elderly Washagtja gentle
man recently went to vist his
soi who's an Air Force colonel at
Capo Canaveral, Florida's big
missile testing center. When he
arrived, his small grandson rv sh shed
ed shed to meet him and exlatmd:
"Grandpa, I've learned to count.
Lot me show you."
Then in a firm, commanding
falsetto, he shouted, "Ten, nine,
eight, seven, six, five four three
two, one Oh nuts!'

One Pentagon Army ma j r bow
ever, finally solved the problem.
Ht put the ice cream in bis emp.
ty champagne glass and drank
it like a milk shake.

MOST NOVEL ... .lifting twist of
the garden party season was sup.
plied the other night by Ecu a.
dor's Ambassador Jose R. Chiribo Chiribo-ga
ga Chiribo-ga at an embassy reception.
The genial amabssador set up
a special fountain which sp.u.cd
Manhattans instead of champagne.
The bubbly stuff was served- at
the bar.
But the biggest surprise came
when guests found out the am.
bassador's swimming pool size
fish pond contained only one
goldfish.
By the time that the p;.r;y end ended,
ed, ended, so many g jests had promis promised
ed promised to help stock the pond that an

guests embassy official craefced:

If everyone keeps his promise,
it will cost so mueh to tee the
fish that we won't be able to a' a'-ford
ford a'-ford any more parties."

A FRIEND asked General Cur
lis LeMay, Air Force Vice Chief
of Staff, what he thought about
serving liquor on planes.
"J don't get around much in
commercial aircraft," answered

NSW MALAYAN Press Ataacbc
Kok Swee Choong ssys that since
his arrival in the U.S. be has had
an urge to learn how to cook.
Lately he has been spending his
spare time studying recipes and
browsing through the shelves in
supermarkets.
Biggest drawback to bis new
hobby, the press attache explains,
is that ho wants to tirsi team
how to prepare Malayan dishes.
"Most of the recipes in my
cook book call for curry," he
syas. "And I can't find a super
market anywhere in Washington
that sells it."

SSVEEAL months ago we re reported
ported reported the Washington invention
of a new head-spinning cx'ktail
called the Jumping Bull.
Lately we have received reports
that the drink has started caus.

Mng hangovers from coast to

coast and even in Alaska.
Since the drink's introduction,
it has picked up several new
names such as Bull Shot, Bull on
the Rocks and Galloping Gazelle.
Bt it still has tho same contenh.
Simply mix gin or vodka with
beef bouillion, Tabasco and Wor
cestershhre sauce. Add lemon
juice, pour over ice and drink on only
ly only if you don't, have to work the
next day.

Photography
:

Cut On Records

By BV PITZCBRALB
For those who have been plagu plagued
ed plagued by hot weather processing
problems this summer, a recent
test mad by John Roidy, chief
photographer far the New York
Daily Mirror, should prow a re revelation.
velation. revelation.
Reidy noticed that the water w-

ono of. his negative processing

rooms had risen to a temperature
Of 120 degrees F., instead of a
normal M degrees. He had been
testing a roll of Plus X 35 ytm
film and decided to process H at
120 degrees.
The film was wound on a stain stain-loss
loss stain-loss steel Nikor reel and rapidly

dunked up and down in a live
quart tank of hot UFG developer
for 15 seconds. Ho then swished
it in hot water for two seconds
and then into an equally hot ra ra-pid
pid ra-pid fixing bath which is used by
Mirror photographers at triple
strength.
By the time Reidy reached for
tho light switch, the film had
cleared. For 10 more seconds, the
film was violently agitated in
hot water. He then dropped the
Elm reel into a snail tank of
quick-drying fluid (Instant Film
Dryer, Devel-O-Pill Corp., Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, Calif.).
Two minutes in this solution
with constant agitation, a wipe
bet ween hot sponges and the film
was dry and ready to print. To

tal elapsed time: two minutes,
17 seconds.
Roldy's test is s good demon

atraiion of the speed with which

By WILLIAM P. LAMLIR
NSW YORK. (UPI The
question is raised in connection
with the first recording of Sir
William Walton's tho vibraphone
really is a "vulgar instrument,"
as some people assume.
Tbara unfortunate because, if
tho question hadn't been raised,
you might not have been aware
that the composer was emptying
the vibraphone, since he uses it
in such shimmering bat transient
contrast to his sola instrument.
Knowing it's there, you bother
to separate its sound from those
of the aytophene-, celesta, and ans.
penned cymbal which precede or
follow. Who can be indifferent to
suck an interloper ss the vibra vibraphone?
phone? vibraphone? Yet to all truth. Sir Wil William,
liam, William, carries A off with so much
discretion you must' wonder why

he took tho trouble to use it.
This is the concerto of which the
Boston Symphony gave tho world
premiere performance in January,
1957, with Gregor Piatigorsky as
soloist. The Boston and Piatigor

sky were responsible for the recor

ing wich will no doubt earn many

friends for a bright new work that
is not so modern as to give ffense

to people who can.t stand modern
music.

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

I'm not the D. A. (But 1 like sold on New York streeets for 36

to know these things): Did Sar.i
toga get the green light for sambl

ing during the August race sea season?
son? season? Otherwise, why the long line
of trucks loaded with equipment?
Isn't that what usually happens
to guys who go around threaten threatening
ing threatening me? I mean Peter Crosby
who said he was going to smack
me down if I didn't quit referring
to him as "the ex-Mr. Denise Dar Dar-cel,"
cel," Dar-cel," got arrested in Canada the
day after that, and indicted for
stock market frauds in New York
tine week. .Now that the babes
are so wise to him. isn't Frankie
boy having trouble getting dates?
Aren't the Enghsh papers navng
a field day glorifykeg Paul Rcbe
son and doesn't this show thai as

much ss they abhor communism

or profess to) they hate America
more?

mo

Piatigorsky was. the .pcrfomeri, 'rendition of 'Un bel dt")

the composer had in mind, and

the piece is dedicated to him. In
all truth, his emotional manner
(as apart from his perfect taech taech-nique)
nique) taech-nique) es less suited for some something
thing something ss reserved ss this concert
than it is for Ernest Brnch' rhap rhapsody,
sody, rhapsody, "Schelomo," from wich Fiat
gorskv extracts the last ounce of

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vivj uv.ui jpnooiviii it ei vis i n, o isi
record. (RCA VictorLM2109).

What will impress you about

nress nhotography. It is suggest

od that any amateur trying this

typo of processing should use sn
unimportant test roll of exposed
film. One hesitation or wrong

move in this lightning like oper-

eowo prove disastrous.

46mm film can be handled in F.douard Commette's playing of

icsar r rancB s usree organ cnn.
rata W the deep-running sens of
utter familiarity which is convey conveyed.
ed. conveyed. Franck's chorales benefit,
from this warm intimacy of play playing;
ing; playing; any tentative kind of playing.

would nobble tnem. (Angei.xwraj.

for mis money (Do you expect
Winehell?): Babe Beck with and
Esso exec Richard Stewart find
Max Loew's Casanova Club put
them in that mood. .Nejla It.
sneeze, has been dubbed the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish Curve by patrons of the Vien Viennese
nese Viennese Lantern where her singing
thrills everyone including Fred
Chandler, who provided the rose
covered dressing room. (She thrills

too, especially with her mag

cents a copy. .bales of 4 star
flags saio to be booming as pe-iple
buy them for keepsakes. . Aiilie
Koimer ought to stick to the cloth clothing
ing clothing business when he pulls them
like this at Chez Vito: "I can't
wail to see that movie about Tom Tommy
my Tommy Manville, The Old Man and
the She.' ". .Yul Brynner oing
in the pen business. Bald points'"
Marjorie Hail, ex Mrs. 21 Brands
Frank Hunter and ex Mrs. Movie

producer Al Hall is now Mr ac actor
tor actor Jack Lambert. ."West Side
Story's" Mickey Callin doing the
East Side Chapeau Rouge with
Barbara Miller, last year's "Miss
Philauelphia.". .Mary Muiin,
who made her million, and Doris
Duke, whose million came r:tdy
made, both taking ballet lessons
at the same Carnegie Hall stcdio
Alimony is the purse of an aching

heart. (Makes you think at that.)

rope at the same time? (Oi is
he). Here's another tin lor
talent scouts for "Flower turn
Song" and "Suie Wong": Lovely
Korean beaut, I'ark Sook V,i, a
senior at the U. of So. Carolina
(in political economy ye.jt who's
waiting tables at the Ceneooi for
Summer vacation dough. .iiilie
Newmar. "Li'l Abner's" stupclyin
six- oot snow gal, stupefym t-.rm-er
Olymp'i ice chsmp Dick Button
at Cyrano's. Drooiy Juliet whose
measurements make Jayne Mails Mails-field
field Mails-field look like a boy, dycil her
raven tresses platinum blonde.
Jane Morgan, playing "Kiss le.
Kale" in Summer stock, ge s
spanked nightly across Kari
Wrighton lap, and he's been play

ing his part so authenticate she
has to take her meals standing
lip. .Perfect, figure for the suck
dress: 30 30 30!

One of the bigger hotel chains

and Roosevelt Raceway in a deal
to build a giant resort hotel in
the track area. (With pari-me-tuels
in every room.) .Dick Ran Randal,
dal, Randal, producer of "Holiday in Brns.
neb," is biting his nails until
Lilian e (Miss Belgium) Theimans

returns from the Miss Universe

contest on tho coast. She's the star

of his film and she's needed for

p a 's when it's released in s few
weeks. So what (or who) is keen

ing her in Calif.. .Sigh in the
window of Rosof 's eatery: "Man

wanted to wash dishes and two

waitresses

Sunday (Without a gal Friday)-

Dept. of Pottmortimort ( But
who's got the body?) Acecoiding

to the press agents, El Rancho Ve Vegas
gas Vegas toying with the idea of the
first all nude chorus line in the
U.S.. Johnny Schlesinger, South
Africa's richest, whose matrimo
nial troublts in London made fron
pages here, is holding hands in
Israel with Seignon, the failed
Brumes model who was named
by Schlesmger's American born
wife. .Wonder why band leader
Nat Brooks (Brown's Brown Der Derby
by Derby in the Catskiils) doesn't play
night clubs in the Winter instead
of private club dates only lie's
a natural entertainer sings, dance
has mustache and beard bui
won't travel. (Same show's s-xy
Rose Haraway has what Lena
Home wishes she had. So there).

Much Ado Aeon Not To Much:
Johnny Podres, the Dodgers pitch pitcher
er pitcher (and 1 wonder what became
of the Dodgers), is pitching, long
distance woo to Sherri Windsoi.
the TV eyeful. .If Dick Krakituer
is.rusKiniL Selene Walters in Hot

Red Fidel Castro's rag is b:ingi!ywood, now can be also be in Eu

I Could 6o On And On (But
there's no more room): Wasn't
Hugh "Wyatt Earp" O'Briaa once
married and hasn't the a six-year,
old son? .Gary Crosby's latest
date is social worker Joanna Cain
and friends are wondering ri it's
romance or rehabilitation (after
these wild New York night al Kd
Wynne's gay Ilarwyn ). .Best
thing about N. Y.'s Summer Fes Festival
tival Festival for Cesar Komero is Latin
Auarter s Charlotte Foley (a F.1
Morocco ). .Arthur God rey win winner
ner winner Dick Reman is also a winner
with "Look Back in Anger's Su Susan
san Susan Oliver .Victor Borge is the
biggest bit iu England since Ame American
rican American money. .Busty Fran Heck
Jr.. chosen "Miss Naval Air Re Reserve
serve Reserve Recruiter" was taken over
at the base by an officer who
refused to let sailors dance with
her assigning that task to him himself.
self. himself. So sfie wrote his boss: "in "instead
stead "instead of the title of Miss Naval
Air Reserve Recruiter, I felt r.iore
like Miss OIT Limits.". George
De Witt is .ilways nice to m lei lei-low
low lei-low man "He may have a good
looking sistir."

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DOUBLE DUTY Sodas are dispensed and the Club kept clean

by member employes. The club now employes four of its members

who work an average of 15 hours a week. David Jenkins swabbing

out.
Pacific Team Club Rules

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(Continued from Pace THRF.E)
approval of the Pacific YoutH As Association,
sociation, Association, Inc."
Membership dues are $3 a year
or $1 every four months. Mem Members
bers Members are allowed to bring one guest
t3 club activities.
Every Saturday night there is
usually some type o. dance, eith.
cr jukebox or band.
By authority granted in the Cons
titution of the Pacific Teen Club
the following House Rules govern
activities and conduct of all mem members,
bers, members, guests and employes of the

Club.
1 Only the following persons
will be allowed the privileges of
the Club:
a. Pacific Side Teen Club mem.
bors.
b. Special guests as authorized
by the board of directors and-or
the manager.
Each member of the club shall
be allowed to bring in one guest
an evening. All gues's (unless spe
cifically authorized by the board
of directors and-or the manager)
shall be 19 years of age or under.
Members will only be allowed to
bring guests in the club on Fri.
lays and Saturdays unless other,
wise authorized by the board of
directors and-or the manager.

There will be no charge for guests
charge. For all informal or semi semi-.irrress
.irrress semi-.irrress the occasion calls for a
formal band dances the cost per
guest will be one quarter and for
i ll formal dances the cost will be
50 cents per guest.
Prooer i'ientificr.tion must be
shown if required by the manager
of the club.

sented to the board of directors
which will determine the Severity

and causes of the incident and
will take the proper disciplinary

action. If the manager finds club

members littering the club as a
majority group he will warn them
at a meeting. A second warning

will cause the manager to close

the club temporarily

5. All members of the club will

refrain from affectionate relations
in or around the club smises.

Anyone found violating tiiis rule
will be presented to the board of

directors which will determine the
proper disciplinary action to be
taken. A second occurence will

automatically bar such individuals

for an inde mite period

6. The club will not under any

circumstances, extend credit. All
sales are to be for cash and no

exceptions will be made

7. Club employes are under the
direct supervision of the manager
and any complaint about employes
will be handled through the ma manager.
nager. manager. 8. Any damage to club property
by persons using the club will be
given a fair value mi this value
be immediately collected I
the person or persons involved u.
pon the discretion of the manager.
9. No one, including the man.
ager, has the authority to forcibly
eject any person in the club. In
cases where force may be requir

ed to eject undersirable persons
the Canal Zone Police will be cal called
led called bv the manager.
10. Clothes worn by penons us

ing the club shall be neat and

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2. All persons using the club appropriate to the occasion or time

will conduct themselves in an, of day. Saturday nights and all
orderly manner and refrain from j day Sunday the dress will be dres dres-using
using dres-using loud, boisterous,' and-or pro-j ses for girls and good pants and
fane language in the club, and j sport shirts for boys. Any other
i:pon a second warning all such night when the occasion calls 'or
violations will be presented to the it, the dress will be appropriate,
board of directors. Any further vio-1 11. Alcoholic beverages will not
lations may result in an indefinite be sold or allowed on the premises
suspension. j nor will persons under the influ.
3. Parties involved in a fight ence of alcohol be allowed admit.

1 Indian
trophy
6 Strike
10 Entitle
14 Outmoded
19 Shrub
20 Dor Dormouse
mouse Dormouse 21 Blrth Blrth-gtone
gtone Blrth-gtone for
October
22 Amount
at which
one is
assessed
23 Deliver Deliverable
able Deliverable 25 Regain
27 Pikelike
fish
28 Quench
29 Siamese
var.)
31 Dutch
town
32 Spasmodic
twitching
33 Hermit
35 Mercen Mercenary
ary Mercenary 37 Cele Celebrated
brated Celebrated 39 Mournful
40 Showery
42 Auditory
organ
44 Coin
of
Peru
45 Hunting
dog
48 Reckless
49 Acquire
50 Truth

HORIZONTAL
53 Compile
54 Hebrew
month
5ft Oil
from
bitter
orange
58 Simple
59 Chess
pieces
60 Blast
61 Measure
Of
capacity
62 Move
slowly
in a
circle
64 Ocean
65 Divine
67 Pertain Pertaining
ing Pertaining to
pottery
70 Building
material
72 Fall
behind
74 East
Indian
palm
76 Brazilian
bird
77 Edging
81 Super Supervisor
visor Supervisor 83 Specified
87 Scripture
canticle
88 Recess
90 Blow
91 Unpolished

93 Rather

94 Gown
96 Oriental
turban
98 Bristle
W Ice
flakes
100 Cheerful
102 Period
103 Group
104 Freshest
100 Game of
cards
107 Vegetable
108 Scope
110 Oily
liquid
111 Glossier
114 Rotate
116 Follow
backward
120 Small
bird
121 Aquatic
bird
123 Conclude
124 Equal
125 Game at
marbles
126 Adjust Adjustment
ment Adjustment 129 Unallied
132 Rebind
133 Poem
134 Presently
135 Overlay
136 Drift
137 Chest
sound
138 Parts of
body
139 Lock of
hair

1 Fabric
2 Apparent
3 Devoting
4 Opposed,
to
weather
5 Direct
6 Sow bug
7 Protu Protuberance
berance Protuberance 8 Sicken
9 Feign
10 Water
wheel
11 Mock
12 Spice
13 Evader
14 To poatu
late
15 River in
16 Loftiest
17 Glossy
fabric
18 Decide
24 Dull
surface
26 Game of
cards
30 At all
34 Beech Beechnuts
nuts Beechnuts 35 Small
bottle
36 Look
askance
38 Model
41 Charm
43 A particle
45 Part of
church
46 Arabian
seaport

VERTICAL
47 Angle
of pip
49 Tropical
American
fruit

50 Preten-

92 Split
pulse
95 English
collegiate
town
97 Attract

tious rural 98 Blind
residence 99 Headliner

101 Raised
103 A Scan
dinavian

language

51 Plant

52 Twelve
month

55 Resinous

ei that Anna 105 Lure

5ft Not real 107 Babbler

or actual los Japanese

57 Rim

60 Patent
61 Winged

boots

coin

109 Dresses
with beak

111 Initiate

03 Spacious 112 Concealer
m M -a n ni.i..!.

66 Wing 01 JUd uisiricv

house

68 Stuff
69 Gear
tooth
71 Monkey
73 Dwarf
75 Cylindri Cylindrical
cal Cylindrical in
cross
section
77 European
tree
78 Pagan
god
79 Weaken
80 Tibetan
gazelle
82 Groove
84 Reverent
85 God of
love
ft Eft

89 Joint of leg

of Oahu.

Hawaii
115 Therefor
117 Greedy
fish ...
118 Roosting
places of
swifts
119 Pitcher
122 East
Indian
drink ;
124 Strength,
en
127 Fasten
128 Artist's
medium
130 Edible
New
Zealand
fern
131 Rocky

pinnacle

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on the club preiriies shall be

referred to the board of directors
which will determine the proper
disciplinary action to be taken. A
second offense shall automatically
bar offenders indefinitely
xh. The club will be keep clean
by all members and anyone found
littering it will receive a'warning
from the manager. Upon second

tance.
12. Gambling is not allowed on
the premises.
13. The manager of the Pacific
Teen Club or the person repon repon-sible
sible repon-sible at the time is authorized to
enforce, and is responsible for
the enfoicemett of the foregoing

warning the member will be pre- rules.

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SEN. ALBERT GORE's renominatlon In Thursday's
Tennessee Democratia primary eases ttie worries of
southern Democratic moderates and liberals. But it
does not mean a marked shift in the trend shown
the previous week by Gov. Orval Faubus' runaway
victory in the Arkansas primary.
Despite increased racial tension in the South- be because
cause because of the conflict over school integration, Gore
won renomination against a traditional Dixie-style
campaign conducted by Prentice Cooper, a former
governor.
Cooper attacked Gore for voting for the civil rights
bill in the Senate last year and for failing to sign
the southern congressional bloc's "manifesto" against
mixing the races in schools. He also took a more con conservative
servative conservative line than Gore on foreign aid and foreign
trade. 1
Gore's victory could not be interpreted as evidence
of any slackening in racial tension. But his defeat
would have been a loud, clear signal to Southern pol politicians
iticians politicians that taking the extremist position on the
segregation issue was essential to political survival.
Gore's victorv was similar to that won two weeks
ago by Sen. Ralph Yarborough (D-Tex.),, another
southern moderate who voted for the 1957 civil rights
bill. Yarborough won more easily against a conserva conservative
tive conservative challenger.
But between Texas and Tennessee lies Arkansas.
And between the Texas and Tennessee primaries came
the Arkansas primary and the Jhird-term nomination
of Faubus, who has become the symbol of Southern
white resistance to racial integration.
Gore and" Yarborough can be expected to be among
those Southern Democrats fighting Sor a united Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Party in the I960 presidential campaign.
Others will be less interested in keeping the South in
the national partv. This whole subject no doubt will
get formal or Informal attention from the Southern
Democratic leaders meeting for unannounced pur purposes
poses purposes at Columbia, S.C., this weekend.
Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold proposed a
sweeping peace plan for the Middle East Friday at
the opening of an emergency session of the United
Nation General Assembly.
The 81 -nation assembly met for 35 minutes in the
ooenlng session of the meeting called to consider
Middle Bast problems. The adjournment until next
Wednesday was called to provide time for foreign
ministers, Including Russia's Andrei Gromyko and
Britain's Selwyn Lloyd, to come to New York for the
debate.
The session was highlighted by a speech In which
Hammarskjold indicated an international police force
mieht be needed in Lebanon along with a strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening of the TTN Palestine truce suoervision organiza organization
tion organization to stabilize the situation in shaky Jordan.
He called upon the Arab countries to reaffirm their
pledges of mutual resoect, non-aggression and non noninterference
interference noninterference as subscribed to in the principles of the
Amb League.
Hammarskj old's peace plan appeared to spell out
the general princloles which were under considera consideration
tion consideration by the United States and its closest allies for
ending the turmoil in the crisis-ridden Middle East.
He made no SDeciflc proposals.
But he said the UN stood prepared to help create
the institutions which could stabilize the situation in
the crisis-ridden area as it had already created the
Palestine truce supervision organization, the UN
emergency force on duty in the Gaza Strip and the
UN observer group in Lebanon.
Soviet Ambassador Arkady A. Sobolev, Ignoring an
appeal from Assembly president Sir Leslie Munro of
New Zealand to forego propaganda tactics, opened the
meeting with an attack on the United States and
Britain and said steps must be taken to force their
troops 6ut of Lebanon and Jordan.
Sobolev's attack came as a surprise, for he was un understood
derstood understood to have told Hammarskjold before the meet meeting
ing meeting that he would have nothing to say. In any event,
Sobolev contented himself with a mild outburst and
did not, as some had expected, launch a campaign to
oust Nationalist China in favor of a Chinese Commu Communist,
nist, Communist, delegation.
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge said the United
States had made it clear that it would withdraw its
troops whenever Lebanon requested such action.
The assembly, holding the third emergency session
In its history, met at the behest of the United States
to "deal constructively with the fundamental, broad
problems involved" in' the Middle East.
The meeting was expected to last about 10 days. It
was the outcome of fruitless security council efforts
to remove threats to the independence of Jordan and
frustrated efforts to arrange a summit conference of
heads of government to deal with the issue.
There was no word whether the United States,
France and other powers would send their foreign
ministers to replace the ambassadors who sit as per permanent
manent permanent delegates.
Friday's session was set up as a formal organiza organizational
tional organizational meeting and adjourned after naming Munro
to preside over it and adopting an agenda which list listed
ed listed for discussion "questions considered by the Security
Council at its 838th meeting" which was Thurs Thursday's,
day's, Thursday's, r
This was one of the face-saving devices worked out
for the Kremlin. Sobolev said he would vote for an
American resolution summoning the session If spe specific
cific specific reference to the complaints of Lebanon and Jor Jordan
dan Jordan were removed and a citation of the "uniting for
peace" resolution, which permits such questions to be
transferred from the council to the assembly and to
Which Russia objected when the U.S. pushed it through
the United Nations in 1950, was stricken. 1

9 PANAMANIAN LAWYER RUBEN O. MIRO, star fig figure
ure figure in the Rem 6n assassination trial became an
overnight sensation again this week when unknown
gunmen pumped bullets into him as he was getting
into his car on Monday night.
He had just left the house of his brother Ricardo
in Bella Vista and stepped into his car when a burst
of nine bullets thudded through the car door, three
of them into Mir6 who was saved by throwing him himself
self himself down on the car seat.
He drove himself to the San Francisco Clinic and
calmly presented himself as an outpatient. He was
promptly put on the operating table. Bullets had en entered
tered entered his chest, arm and buttock but none prbved
serious and he was making a rapid recovery by the
end of the week.
Five arrests were made in connection with the
shooting but no charges had been made by the end
of the week. Miro, detemined to be as nonchalant as
he was during his trial on charges of assassinating
President Jose A. Remon, described the,JMpent as
"a joke in bad taste." I
Meanwhile speculation on political intnfmng was
hightened by the discovery of a quantity of arms dis discovered
covered discovered in a car driven by a student, and five new
rifles in a house in Rio Aba jo.
On the wages front, Local 907 AFL-CIO came up
With a proposal for a minimum wage scale for the
Republic of Panama based on the principle of "the
bigger the firm the higher the wages." If this measure
was to be approved by the National Assembly later
this year, it is believed wages of local raters in the
Canal Zone would also be forced up since local rate
scales In the Canal Zone will be based In part on the
highest wages paid in Panama.
The union was encouraged later in the week when
President Ernesto de la Guardia pledged support of
a minimum wage scale for Panama.
Earlier de la Guardia had written to President
Eisenhower opposing some of the provisions in the
new Single Wage Bill for the Canal Zone, saying that
discrimination against Panamanians might result
from using a U.S. rate scale and a locality scale.
Students did riot take lying down the strictures of
their rector Jaime de la Guardia who accused them
of undermining the authority of the University by
their recent conduct concerning Milton Eisenhower.
They Issued a sarcastic statement suggesting that the
rector and the faculty were going to take the initia initiative
tive initiative regarding local and international affairs.
The dispute between Panamanian truck drivers and
Canal Zone Authorities over traffic regulations was
settled this week.
The truckers complained that they were being har harried
ried harried by Canal Zone Police for overloading and other
offences concerning their vehicles. Talks were held
between Canal Zone and U.S. Embassy officials and
representatives of the Panamanian Police and Gov Government
ernment Government at which it was explained that Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal maintenance engineers can Issue special permit
to allow trucks In good mechanical condition to exceed
their load limits. The truckers said they were satisfi satisfied
ed satisfied with this.
Tuition rates for all grades of school and college
In the Canal 'Zone will be raised for the forthcom forthcom-in
in forthcom-in school year, it was announced. Kindergarten and
high school rates go uo by over a third and the cost
of sending a punil to the Canal Zone Junior College
nearly doubled from $360 to $600.
At the same time it was announced that It Is be believed
lieved believed that during the coming year, there will be
room for more than the 550 tuition students who re received
ceived received their education in the Canal Zone during the
past year.
A master housing plan was announced which calls
for the reolacement of all sub-standard U.S. rate
houses on the Pacific side within eight years. A new
housing site Is planned at La Boca while other hous housing
ing housing sites will be In Ancon and Balboa.
The master plan' does not take In the Atlantic side
where the Canal's recent adquisition of housing at
France Field and Coco Solo takes care of housing
needs.
The current Issue of the Panama Canal Review'
declares that the new plan will completely re-vamp
present congested areas and mark a major rejuvena rejuvenation
tion rejuvenation of the Canal Zone.
The Fuerza y Luz comoany of Panama announced
that more than half of their $1,200,000 offer of de debenture
benture debenture bonds and stock offered to residents of Pan Panama
ama Panama had been taken up during the first five days the
offer was open.
A lightning bolt shattered the mast of a crowded
ferryboat on the Panama Canal but nobody was hurt.
The Thatcher Ferryboat Presidente Amador was not
delayed by the incident although tower was disrupt disrupted
ed disrupted at the ferry landing temporarily.
This was the second time within a week that lightn lightning
ing lightning struck on the Canal. Last week, Boatswain James
W. Joshua was killed by lightning aboard a tug in
Gatun Lake.
A further meeting was held this week on the pro proposed
posed proposed alignment and approaches of the new high
level bridge over the Canal at Balboa. A narty of en engineers
gineers engineers and officials later made an on-the-spot sur survey
vey survey of the site
Louis A. Gomez has been aopointed vice president
of the Chase Manhattan Bank of Panama and the
Canal Zone, tt was announced from New York. He
succeeds J. Edward Healy, Jr. who announced his re retirement
tirement retirement earll.T in the week. Born In Trinidad in the

AUSTRALIA'S HERB ELLIOTT Wednesday clock clocked
ed clocked 3:54.5 for a new world record in a mile race at
Duolin that saw at least three otner runners crash
the four-minute mile barrier.
The 20-year-old Australian smashed the listed world
mark of 3:58.0 set by Australia's oonn Lunoy m Tur Turku,
ku, Turku, Finland, four years ago and aiso beuered trie un un-ofilcial
ofilcial un-ofilcial mark of 3:57.2 set by Britain's Deres lobot lobot-son
son lobot-son last year.
Mery Lincoln of Australian was second in 3:55.9 and
Ronnie Delany, Ireland's Olympic 1500 meters cham champion,
pion, champion, was third in 3:57.5 both second and third run runners
ners runners were inside Landy's recognized world mane.
Elliott's fantastic lap times were: first lap: 58 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Half mile: 1:58.0. Three quarters; 2:59.0. Mile
3:54.5.
Peter Collins, 27, an English auto racing driver who
ra.iked fourth in this year's world cnampionship
standings, is the' latest victim of Europe's blood bloodstained
stained bloodstained Grand Prix circuit.
Collins died Sunday night of a fractured skull and
brain injuries after his Ferrari ran amok during Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's Grand Prix of Germany and hurled him onto
the Nuerburgring's concrete track.
While Britain's Tony Brooks won the isce, Collins
was taken to the'nearby Adenau Hospital by German
army helicopter and received a blood transfusion.
Then he was taken to the Bonn University Clinic
where German doctors fought a futile battle to save
hi$ life.
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The old man of the diamond Leroy "Satchel"
Paige may have come to the end of his long, long
baseball trail.
Olficials of the Miami Marlins of the Internation International
al International League say Paige has "departed the club." They
added that Paige is off the payroll, but has not been
granted his unconditional release, and his contract
still belongs to the Miami club.
General manager Joe Ryan refused to discuss the
dispute between the aged pitcher and the Marlins.
But Ryan said at Montreal Tuesday night: "We still
have hopes that everything will be smoothed over."
In Miami, the "Miami News" quoted Ryan as saying
Paige was suspended for an "utter disregard of rules."
Paige, one of the most ancient players In the game,
is benieved to be 52 but could be older. He built a
brilliant reputation in Negro leagues for years, but
w, s unable to crack the majors until 1948 one year
after Jackie Robinson broke the color line with the
Brooklyn Dodgers. Paige played for the Cleveland In Indians.
dians. Indians. His five-year major league record was 28 wins
and 31 losses.
Mel Roach of Milwaukee never figured an Injury
would keep him off the baseball diamond.
The utility infielder underwent sueery to have torn
ligaments in his left knee tied together. He suffered
the injury in a collision with Daryl Snencer of the
Giants at second base Sunday. Roach, who once was
offered a chance to Dlay pro football, said he knew
he could De hurt in that game. But pdded "I never
exnected It in baseball. And now this Is the most
serious of all." The 25-year-old infielder will be out
for the rest of the season.
Ken Venturl after leading f" the way turned
in p two-over par 72 to win the $50,000 Chicago Open
Golf Tournament.
The San Francisco golfer's final round was his
worst of the tourney. But it gave him 272 and a one
stroke margin over Julius Boro of Midpines, North
Carolina, and Jackie Burke of Kiamesha Lake, New
York.
The victory was worth nine-thousand dollars to
Venturi. Boros and Burke received 38-hundred dollars
each.
Third Dlace was shared by Bob Rosburg of Palo
Alto. California, J. G. Goosie of Knoxville, Tennesee,
and Gary Player of South Africa two strokes off
Venturis pace.
All alone with 275 was Bill Casper of Apple Vallev,
California. One more stroke behind at 276 was
Martv Furgol of Chicago. Ted Kro'i of Sarasota, Flor Florida
ida Florida finished behind Furgol with 277.
Eight nlayers finished tied at ?78 two below par
on the Gleneagles Club course. The list included Art
Wall. Dave Ragan. Don Whitt. Bob Harris. Don Ralr Ralr-field.
field. Ralr-field. Freddie Haas, Doue Sanders and Emip Vossler.
Knotted with 279's were Lionel Hebert, Ed Oliver and
Don January.
At even par 280 were Paul Harney and Bunky John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Archie Moore failed in his attempt to set a boxing
knockout record of 127 KO's as he fought to an un un-ponular
ponular un-ponular draw with Howard King at Reno, Nevada
Monday. The overweight Moore grew increasingly tir tired
ed tired with the mountain altitude but not before he had
shaken King twice in the first six rounds. Kin- start started
ed started slow but finished strong winning the last five
rounds of the 10-rounder on everv Judge's card but
one.
Big Frank Barne.? hones his no-hitter against Louis Louisville
ville Louisville Monday night is his ticket back to the St. Louis
Ca rdinals.
The Omaha fireballer Ditched to only 29 batters,
while striking out 11 and eiving ud three walks. It
was Barnes second no-hitter of his minor league
career. In 1955. he tossed one in the Texas Tague.
The 29-year old righthander, who made a brief ap appearance
pearance appearance with te Cardinals earlier in the season,
nones he can get back on the rositer of the slumping
parent club. (
British West Indies, Gomez has been associated with
banking in London, the West Indies and West Africa
and has been with the Chase Manhattan for 30 years.
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