The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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Balboa Cayuco Front Runner
As Race Goes Into Final Lap

It will be the rest of the pack trying to overtake the sturdy
Balboa paddlers in cayuco No. 2 of Post 3 when the starter's
gun booms off this morning for the final leg of the annual three
day ocean-to-ocean cayuCo race.
Post 3's number two vessel pulled into Gimboa yesterday
afternoon with a 26-minute lead over its nearest rival. There
were still 26 competing crews in the race. Two dropped out during
yesterday's gruelling 22-mile run between Gatun and Balboa.
The race will end shortly after noon today at the 15th Naval
District pier at Fort Amador. At 2 p.m. this afternoon the boys
will have chow at the American Legion club, on the house, and
at 3 p.m. awards will be presented.

Post 3's No. 2 cayuco hails from
Balboa. Its caremen are Robert
Adams, Edward Dolan, Mike
Rudge and John Turner. They
piled up a slight tead at the end
of Friday's opening run from
Cristobal to Gatun.
At Gatun, under the genera
supervision of Jay Cunningham,
Adviser of Explorer Post 12, the
participants at and slept at the
Post's meeting place.
C.B. Fenton of the shipping
agency bearing the same name,
picked up the tab forl the show,
At Gamboa, as it has done in
the past. the Gamboa Civic Council
both housed and fed the boys.
Tho hungry. boys who plied in into
to into tho council's community cen center
ter center wolfed down a hot moal and
then thoso who didn't want to go
to the local movie house wore
ablo to stretch out on cots al already
ready already set up alongside tho cat cating
ing cating area.
The Gamboa activity was un under
der under the general supervision of H.
F.Jenner, neighborhood Scout
commissioner, and .1.11 MacLean,
acting' 'president hi' the- ,Gamboa
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Civic :Council.
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The first cayuco is expected tb
reach Miralores locks at L1:30
a.m. today.
Gloria Tall Wins
$800 Scholarship
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To Iowa College
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Gloria Tait, an honor member
of this year's graduating class in
the Canal Zone Junior Coll'ege, has
been awarded a $800 seholarship
by Coe College, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, the junior college announced
today. Miss Tait is t'he daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Elista Tait of
Parque Lefevre add was an ho honor
nor honor graduate of, the 1957 class of
the Part-nleriCall Institute.
In the junior liege Miss Tait
has 'men active in committee work
in the Student Association, was co cocaptain
captain cocaptain of the College's interschool
championship basketball team
and a member of the champion
ship volleyball team, and is tech technical
nical technical manager of the Tropical col collegian,
legian, collegian, the students' monthly li
terary magazine, and associate
editor of thes Conquistador, the
student anima. "She is a member
of the lodal chapter of Phi Theta
Kappa, national 'junior college
scholarship fraternity.
Miss Tait is at present a liberal
arts major but, hopes to begin a'
pre-medical course at Coe.
Sinker Dropped
Into 'Small Hole'
Halts At 109 Ft.
ALIIAMBRA, (UPI)--Mrs.
William Meyers found what she
thought was a small bole yester
day in the back yard of the home
where she has lived for five
years.
She poked a stick into the hole
and the stick fell away.
She dropped stones into the
hole, but they didn't seem to hit
bottom.
A police crew dropped fish fishing
ing fishing line with a sinker attached
down the hole...10 feet., 50 feet,,15
feet. It finally hit Worn at 109
feet.
Mrs. Meyers said she'd lock up
the yard until she has the hole
filled up.
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Depending on shipping sched schedules,
ules, schedules, it is expected that the
racers will shoot out of the south
end of Miraflores about 12.15
p.m. In their final surge for the
-finish line.
Awards will be prestented by
Rear Adm. George Wales of the
15th under the general supervision
of Navy Cdr. John M. Reade.
of Navy Cdr. JO-lin M. Reade.
The second Place boat at the
start of today's racing was the
No. 1 cayuco of Po St 20 of St.
Mary's Mission, Balboa. Members
of its erew are Michael J. Wit-
liams, Herbert M. Prescott Jr.,
Ted J. Bembenek 4., and John
A. Searcy.
In the number three slot, and the
defending champion, was cayuco
NoL 2 of Ship 9 of Cristobal,
sponsored by the Panama Canal
Pilots. This ca3ruco was 34 minutes
behind the leader at the start of
today's final lap.
Tied for fourth were the No. 1
ca3ruco of Post 3 and the No. 1
cayuco of Troop 3 of Diablo.
The Wipaing crew will be, inter,
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WASHINGTON (MI) State
DepartMent officials indicated
yesterday there wa's littleif any anythingthey
thingthey anythingthey could,' do to prevent
the showing in ,Russia of a pi pirated
rated pirated version of the' po ular
Broadway musica I, "My Fair
Lady."
The author7of the play and its
lyrics, which have been drawing
standin g-room-only crowds in
New York for years, asked the
department to use,its good offices
in his beluilf and that of Freder Frederick
ick Frederick LoWe, who wrote tile music.
The author, Alan J. Lerner, was
upset by reports that Victor Lou Louis,
is, Louis, a Russian who writes for a
Swedih newspaner, intended to
present the musical in the Soviet
tinion in, 1959' and 1960.
It isn't that Lerner doesn't
want the Russians to see the
play, which is based on George
Bernard Shaw's "PYgmalian
What upset him was that Louis,
ill' line with usual Soviet practice
in such cases dropped absolutely
no hint of giving the authlrs any
royalties.
State Department s6okesman
Uncoil White. asked about the
matter, conceded the governthent
bad received a letter from Lerner
and that it was "under considern,
tin." He also said there 'would
be g reply in due time.
However, White could not saY
what the State Department might
be able to doif anything.
.0ther officials Pointed oue that
Russia in the past had refused' to
adhere to any international agree agreemeMs
meMs agreemeMs in the opyright field. They
said that in Russia the translation
fyf 'literary works without the au author's
thor's author's consent is not considered a
copyright infringement,

Cotton- Mpiden's Measurerpents Mystify Bug-Eyed Newsmen

, by FRANK ELEAZER
WAS TON, (1.1PI)---- Miss
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Melinda Diggs Berry, the current
Maid of Cotton, is blue-eyed,
brown-haired, 21 and VerY Pas'
sibly the prettiest girl in the
world.,,She insists she measures
66 imchec in almost etery vital
dimension.
There was general agreement
at her press conference here that
Miss Berry is a lot of girl. She
is practically all cotton, too-but
not, in the Practiced estimation
of the reporters present, anything
like, two yards wide.
These were the statistics she
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VOLUNTEERS for Panama's National Patriotit Defense committee get some boot traimng at
- the National Stadium. By yesterday there, had teen 3812 volunteers for the new organization,
whose mtlitary or other obligations are Vague.
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PARIS, May 2 (UPI) The 15 nation NATO permanent eotincil voted unanimous approval to today
day today of the West's "package plan" on Berlin, Ger many and European security.
After hearing a cepurt by French foreign Mi nister Maurice Couve de Murville on the two-day
meeting of the Western Big Four foreign minis ters meeting here Wednesday and Thursday, the
council voted unanimous approval of the stand formulated there for the forthcoming Geneva
conference.
A NATO spokesman said there was "a gene rat exchange of views" among delegates regard regarding
ing regarding the Western plan, bUt declined to say who toOk part or what was said.

Couve de',Muryille spoke tor
littleInore than' 45 minutes iti
outlining the talks he, illad
had Wednssday and Thur Sda5'
with U.S.' secretary of tistate
Christian Herter, british foreign
secretary Selwyn Lloyd and
West Gerinan foreign minister
Heinrich von Brentano. f
He -left after his speeth, and
delegates to the comic& got
down to a closer examination
of the Western package plan.
Their discussion lasted almost
an hour, and a spokesman said
they had voted unanimously to'
approve it.
The western plan is expect expected
ed expected to be almost certainly
rejected by the $oviets when
oit is presented at the Ge Geneva
neva Geneva foreign ministers confe conference
rence conference May 11.
Right now,' the sources said,
the West has no alternatives to
offer.
At best, they believed, ttle
West merely has postponed by
a few months a showdown on
Nikita Khruschev's Berlin ulti ultimatum
matum ultimatum by agreeing to meet with
the Soviets at the Geneva
foreign ministers' conf creme
May 11 and, in all probability,
at a Surmnit parley later this
summer.
What will happen after that
no responsible diplomats were,
willing to predict.
But western officials have
admitted frankly that they
have prepared no "fallback"
positions for the almost
certain eventuality that the
RUSSians will reject the
Western "peace package.
Herter and the British, French
and West German foreign Mi Ministers
nisters Ministers whO met here this week
to line Up Western strategy for
Geneva agreed the Russians
probably would make Just
enough initial concessions to
make it impossible for the West
to avoid a summit meeting.
, In fact, although nothing
was' said to this effect, it was
assumed tacitly that a Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting is virtually inevi4
table.
Herter said in Washington
today that progress toward
solving the Berlin and Germany
rapher's offer to help her recheck
them for possible error was not
received in quite the same kind kindly
ly kindly way,in which we were sure it
was made.
"How about the measurements,
Melinda' the, photog had asked
with the unfailing delicacy for
which the local lensmen are not.
"I'm five six," Melinda replied,
linghting up- the hotel suite with
het smile in a tooperative ges gesture
ture gesture that could have saved the
price of the flash bulb.
"Hips?' asked the photog.
'Five six," Melinda came back,
her candlepower declining at a
perceptible rate.

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'problems cqrt he made at the weekend, to 'see lohn Foster
Big Four sesSionin Geneva if Dulles, his ailing predecessor,.
the i RUssians UeMonstrater-,Zart If DUllea, 'Isola' like receiving
honest desire' to negotiate." '- him. 0,' ',
Herter made the prediction When' aSked speciafically wheith
as he returned to Washington er he expected some progress
from the Paris meeting. in the Geneva negotiations,
The secretary told reporters Herter said'. "If I knew what
that "both in spirit sand in the frame of mind of the other
substEtnce we reached COMplete fellow is, I could answer that
agreement on a highly, impor- better."
tent Western position." Herter acknowledged that the
Allies at their preparation me meHe
He meHe added that "this should eting in Paris did not consider
assist us greatly in making all of the angles which will
progress" at the foreign minist ministcome
come ministcome tip at the Geneva confe confeers
ers confeers meeting with Russia I in rence.
Geneva "if the Soviet Union
demonstrates an honest desire This confirmed the suspi suspito
to suspito negotiate." don in diplomatic quarters
that the "complete agree agreeHerter
Herter agreeHerter went directly from ment" reached at Paris was
the airport to the White achieved by leaving a number
House to board a helicopter of points undecided.
for a flight to Gettysburg Thus the gap between the
where he will report to Pre- "flexible" British approach and
sident Eisenhowee on the pa- the far more conservative Ger Gerris
ris Gerris talks. E I S e n It o w e r is man and French position with
spending the weekenVon his the United States somewhere in
Gettysburg farm; between remains to be nar narrowed
rowed narrowed after the allies receive
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The secretary 'also- said he the initial Russian reaction to
planned to go to Walter Reed the Western proposals.
hospital some time dUring the Herter will confer Tuesday
with members of the Senate
foreign relations committee on
Soviet Scientist the results of the two-day ses session
sion session in paris. ,
Thinks Markin s Thursday night the secretary,
in his first address to the A A,
, A, ,
Mode OVin Moons merlean people, will make a 30-
minute radio-television speech
on Allied plans.
MOSCOW (IIPI); 'Soviet sci scientist
entist scientist said Friday a race of Intel- The Western plan to be
handed Russia at Geneva
ligent beings on Mars 'might have reportedly includes a step-tyhurled
gigantie satellites i n t o step reunification of Germa Germaspace
space Germaspace two or three snillipn xears
1 ny, and armament control
I ago. and limitation system and a
,',
Scientist K. Shldovskiy, in an reaffirmation of the Western
status in Berlin.
, interview with Kemsomolskaya
Pravda, the Communist youth Diplomaats in Washington
newspaper, said he believed f.on said the big question left unset unsetthe
the unsetthe basis of mUch research" that
to break UP
tied by the Allies is just when
JVIartians created their own two the "package" and
moon satellites. try to negotiate settlement of
specific components in isolation
He explained that his research from the rest. The Russians are
, showed the two moons of Mars, expected to turn down the
Phobos and Deimos, were hollow ()reran deal.
and artificial. Herter tente,tively is schedul schedul,
, schedul,
. ed to leave IPriday for Geneva
Shklovskly 'edits reached his but may delay his departure a
conclusion by tempering the be- day in view of the allied deci decihavior
havior decihavior of the ,Martian moons to sion to hold no formal pre prethat
that prethat of the earth satellites. Their conference get together among
pattern were identical. he maid. themselves in Geneva.

MOSCOW (11PI).--A; 'Soviet sci scientist
entist scientist said Friday a race of intel intelligent
ligent intelligent beings on Mars might have
hurled gigantie satellites into
space two or three Plilli911 xears
ago.
Scientist K. Shldovskiy, In an
interview witb Komsomolskaya
Pravda, the Communist youth
newspaper, said he believed "on
the basis of much research" that
Martians created their own two
moon satellites.
He explained that his research
showed the two moons of Mars.
Phobos and Deimos, were hollow
and artificial.
Shklovskly said te reached his
conclusion by tomparing the be behavior
havior behavior of the ,Mgrtian moons to
that of the earth satellites. Their
pattern were ideilical, be said.
litaistr prompted the retic reticent
ent reticent picture taker, all the whfle ga gathermg
thermg gathermg photographic evidence on
which to make hitt own judgments
later.
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"Five six,' Melinda informed
him, crisply, heading off further
statistical exploration by turning
off the smile altogether.
Miss terry le from Stilwater,
Okla., and is junior at Oklahoma
State University. She is at mile milesPot
sPot milesPot 1,2, 141 and approaching the
end of a 'nationvtide tour devoted
to the, proposition that anything
girls wear can be made out of cot
ton.
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this message abroad. It remains
to be seen how it will be received
in Japan, where the boll weevil is
possibly less renowned than the
silk worm.
"Everything I have on is tot totton,'
ton,' totton,' Melinda announced, a State Statement
ment Statement which the women reporters
appeared ready to accept at face
value. The men had some trouble
taking it down, being unable to
locate either pencil or paper with without
out without unglueing their eyes from
Miss Berry, and anyway they
weren't buying the line.
"Everthing?" managed one
goggle-eyed skeptic.
'Everything," said Melinda,
turning her smile up to maxim maximum
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Anti-invasion Patrols Must
Stop Them Within RP Waters

WASHINGTON, May 2 (UPI). The council of the Organization of
American States (OAS) today authorized detention of suspected
sion vessels off the coast of Panam,a.
The Panamanian government asked for the authority because it fear feared
ed feared that two more ships with invaders might attempt landings on the
,
Panamanian coast this weekend.

The OAS council recommended that Panama and the nations that have made
patrol ships available to the OAS investigating team agree among themselves 00
procedures for detention.
The council- emphasized in its resolution that the detention of any ship must
take place in Panamanian territorial waters.
The United States and Colombia have mode patrol ships available to the OAS
for use in the Panamanian crisis, and presumably these ships now will be used for
detaining any new invasion vessel.
Panamanian ambassador Ricardo Arias pointed out to reporters that his govern,,
ment early this week charged that two more vessels had sailed from Cuba with re.
inforcements for the small band of Cubans and other mercenaries who had invaded
Panama.

The original force surrendered yesterday, aid Arias indicated he personally
doubted that any new landing attempts would le made. But, he said, Panam
wanted any suspect vessels halted so thathey could not establish another
beachhead. i
Panama claims that its territorial wate rs extends to 12 miles. The United qates
and other nations today made it clear in the alma that in appyoving the resoluti9A they
were not agreeing to Panama's claim.
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The United States only recognizes a three-mile limit.
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At toda?s session, ambassador Arias read a message from Ta,gittrionts,1 tenkii;.
minietar Mienidll MArg11101 ha la leh,to. 41,6. flAC

At toda?s session, ambassador Arias
minister Miguel Moreno thanking the OAS

Arias also thanked Ecuador, the United States, Colombia, Cuba, Gpsta Rici and
,
Guatemala for their offers of assistance. ,

The council was told by acting chairman Julio A. Lacarte of Uruguay today to Pi;:,
main on call for a possible meeting this wee kend shouid any emergency arise.
,

, Meanwhile the Guatemalan high
command established a theater of
military operations in the north northeast
east northeast of that country, "to prevent
any disembarkation of troops in
connection with the events in Pan Panama."
ama." Panama." The communique containing this
announcement also said that all
farmers in the northeast area must
tell the authorities immediately
of the arrival or denarture of any
airplanes from airforlds of their
farms.
Guatemalan official sources
said reports had been received
indicatino that ships presently
roving the Caribbean might try
to disembark their cargo "at
any part of the continent," In Including
cluding Including Guatemala. The vessels
reportedly approaching Panama
have been said to be flying the
Guatemalan flag.
The six revolutionaries w h o
faded into the bush rather than
surrendering with the 85-man main
body at Nombre de Dios Friday
noon were captured Friday night
on the coast about five miles from
the surrender town, according to
a National guard suokesman yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. They have been brought to Pan-a
ama City and installed in the Car Cared
ed Cared Modelo with their former
comrades in arms.
Nationlii Guard patrols continue
Sprav'ed Colors
Oti Coal Promise'd
British Fireplace
NcyrnmGHAmy England (UPI)
Red, silver, and gold coal de delivered
livered delivered by mei'l in white coats has
been predicted for England's fire fireplaces.
places. fireplaces. Wildred Furness, chairman (It
the Regional Coal Utilization
COUnCil, said the sprayed-on col colors
ors colors also would make the coal
dustproof.
"How about stoeldngs" goggle goggleeyed
eyed goggleeyed asked.
"Some nylon," Malinda conced conceded,
ed, conceded, "but strengthened with fur furferol,
ferol, furferol, made from cotton seed
bulls."
4ISlip, and, uh, like that? They
cotton too?"
r,"I'm the Maid of Cotton," she
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It was pointed out right away
this was a hedge, and somebody
suggested naming a subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee to report back on this later.
But Miss Berry turned the switch
toward a dimout again, and the
motion died ior a lack of a second.

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more people buy
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council for its
to seek four Panamanians who
aro bellsood to have jointed
tho rebels but to have also fled
Nombre do Dios before the sur surrender
render surrender coromonios.
Guardsmen are also seeking
arms the rebels may have hidden.
It is thought they turned over only
about half of their guns, and the
National Guard fears they have
stashed away the rest in the hope
of using them some other time.
Tho rho! prisoners wore hoard
shouting from their coils yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: "We're not through oat."
There was speculation that the
rapidity with which the Cuban in invaders
vaders invaders gave in after Fidel Castro
condemned their cfforts to "liber "liberate"
ate" "liberate" Fanamci might influence the
de la Guardia government to go
easy on them.
Further demonstrations we r e
nlanned for last night outside the
Brazilian embassy residence in
swank El Cangrelo. where Dr.
Roberto Arias is living in political
asylum. The demonstrators de demand
mand demand that the safe cOnduct gua
Detecting Co lunies
Supply Spy,Ring
Details To West
MUNICH, Germantr, May 2
RIPI) An East German intelli intelligence
gence intelligence officer who fled to West
Germany has given the Bonn gov government
ernment government details of a vast c:om c:ommuntst
muntst c:ommuntst spy ring operating against
the West German government and
NATO allies, officials disclosed to today.
day. today. They said details supplied by
this and other Communist defec defectors
tors defectors has led to the arrest of "ma,-
ny" persons and their conviction.
The latest two Communist East
Germans to flee to the west were
Lt. Walter Glass', 27, and Capt.
Helmut Hoefer. Both were with
the East German "people's artny"
espionage service, but apparently
Glassl gave most of the details.
Intelligence sources said
Glassl's story checked with in information
formation information supplied earlier by Lt.
'Siegfried Dombrowski of the East
German military intelligence who
fled last year.
The East German spy apparatus
'was said to operate through three
agencies the ministry for state
security, the "coordinating admi administration"
nistration" administration" of the ministry of na national
tional national defense and the "independ "independent
ent "independent section" of the armed forces.
Glassl also told of his ovrn train training
ing training in a spy school which wnet
under the name of "high school
for the foreign political news ser service."
vice." service." The school is located in
,Gransee and each student works
under a code name.

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rantee which has been applied for
on his behalf not be granted.
Ruben Miro, who has claimed top
be the head of the Cuba-bs
Panamanian revolutioriary move.,
ment, remains "detained" iv Cit
ban Army headqUarters in Havant
following a formal protest from
Panama that he continued to hay,
freedom to move around Cubs
after proclaiming himself the rt.
volutionary chief.
Miro is "under custody," but not
jailed.
Point Four
Program lp Iraq
Slowing To Hall
WASHINGTON (INDGoverns'
ment officials said yesterday that
American contractors and techtd
clans in Communist threatened
Iraq have been increasingly bar--
assed and threatened in recent
months.
One official said Point Foul
programs had beett slowed, &bust ',
to a bait. Others said U.S. englo
neers and contractors helping' to
build roads and dams have en;
eittntered countless hindrances,
One official called it "sabotage.4.,
Some Americans have been
threatened but none has been inisf'',
treated so far- The trouble' al)
pears to be at least Partial',
Communist-inspired but not a' na,
tionwide organized effort. Eke'
so. officials said it presenta 'Iser
ious mplications for contipuett
commercal operations in the
1Mideast countrY,
Technical personnel administet
ing the two million-dollar-a-yeaV
Point Four program were about
to be pulled out of Iraq, accord
ing to one report, but stayed le ;
the country at the request 4:04
State Department.
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One official said any Americat
ransferred to a post, in ano'hae
country is replaced by Iraq witl ,,
a Soviet technician.
The harassment has oOme prht
cipally from minor officials an
has been prompted ,In pard n
pro Communist, anti WasteY
sympathies and partly bY
carried over from the old govero
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Iraq officials have a e e d't
American firms of proilteerli
under contracts witk the old gct
ernment They also have delay
meeting paynient schoduleo4 an
in some cases lrefused to ink
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oft4looks from here like Jules
Tathols, not a home town boy
-.but' married to a home town girl,
..Itas hit the jackpot with his re re,cAntly
,cAntly re,cAntly published book, "Fidel Cas Castro;
tro; Castro; Rebel, Liberator or DietatOr."
;NO One will argue with Julio about
-the designation of "rebel," but it
Alemains to be seen whether Cas Caspo
po Caspo is a dictator.
sr He certainly is a "liberator" in
lab sense that he has liberated
Cuba from the drastic dictator dictator;ship
;ship dictator;ship of Batista. That was a feat
Abet' will live long in the history of
'Ails hemisphere for its audacity
:and courage
6.- Batista is reported to have had
,in army of 40,000, well trained
:and equipped, and the largest
!force at the disposal of Castro
'was not much more than 6000 un unAM!
AM! unAM! he took over the remains of
'Batista's forces.
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:bune, Tri:bune, and Herbert Mattews of the
4 New York Times are credited
witit helping to make Castro suc sucetasful
etasful sucetasful in what looked like a hope4-less
adventure.
The Batista government and the
falfning Batista press were repeat repeat,
, repeat, ing that Castro was dead or that
:be had fled.
Then HerbPrt Matthews went in in'',OattheSierra
'',OattheSierra in'',OattheSierra Maestri' and got a
''potograph of Castro, which look-04-ttstery
much alive, and an in in:
: in: trifiew that refuted the lies of
ilks4itista government and press.
lititthews managed to smuggle
hiji notes and film out of Cuba
,-psist the censor and his story pub pubMilted
Milted pubMilted 1st the New York Times was
One of the best of the vear.
Matthews did not underestimate
..Castre and he stuck out his neck
as to future possibilities. Fvents
since have saved 'his neck. It was
, after the publication of the Mat Matthews
thews Matthews story in the Times that Cas Castro
tro Castro began to get financial support
from important business interests
lit Havana and Cuba generally.
Trir reported that a million dol dollars
lars dollars was raised in Havana in a
few days.
Herbert Msttews has reviewed
( Jules' book in the New York
Times Book Review, atid certain certainly
ly certainly a reviewpr with better back backround
round backround coul.not have been found.
Jules, who undoubtedly has
,, been accumulatiog his material
,,ever the years, wrote the book in
4420 days. Matthews call this almost
incredible "for it Is full solid and
doguitionted work that will
isseifittand 7'
Matthewa,adds:it Mere eattibe
, "unbiased" and 'impartial" study,
bacause no one can write Intel Intel,
, Intel, ligently of the revolution unless he
l wits identified with it.
.,"Dubols," he continues," is a
I tfincere admirer of Fidel's, but a
, 1';,Then who at least knows him,
tdrgews CUba and knows the historic
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background out of which he (Cas (Castro)
tro) (Castro) came."
Naturally Jules had to have the
cooperation of Castro, but not the
permission to write his book. Cas Castro
tro Castro warned Jules in a letter that he
would repudiate any errors or
opinions which he did not agree.
Matthews says there are errors,
but they Erre not the kind that
should disturb Castro. The opinions
he says are "neither mistaken nor
unjust," and if Castro does not
find this book to his liking he is
hard to please.
Right here I venture the opinion
that Castro is har to please.
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Matthews says that the book
points out some of the dismal facts
of the relations of two American
Ambassadors to Baista.
Arthur Gardner was the first
one and he 'got so chummy with
Batista that he had to be recalled
or rather his resignation had to
be accepted with "great reluc reluctance
tance reluctance and regret." Jules shows in
his book a photograph of Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Gardner hugging Gen. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Tabernilla, Batista's Chief
of Staff.
Gardner was probably the most
adoring head of any diplomatic
mission accredited to the Batista
government.
He and his wife played canasta
with the Batista! several times a
week. Ile was another horrible
example of the kind of big business
Ambassadors the present business
administration in Washington has
sent to Latin America.

His successor, Ambass ador
Smith, got a bad start by appear appearing
ing appearing to be on the side of the op opposition.
position. opposition. Then to correct the first
impression he swung too close to
the Batista government.
Cullans blamed him, according
to Jules' book, for his refusal to
face the facts and his failure to
r!ras what was happening. This
led him into policies that played
the Batista game. Smith was
another big-business ambassador,
referred by the present adminis administrations
trations administrations Jules has not only written a
book about Castro, he also scored
a triumnh in forecasting the vic victory
tory victory of Castro and the fall of Ba Batiste.
tiste. Batiste. His newspaper. the Chicago Tri Tribune
bune Tribune celebrated the feat with a full
page advertisement on the front
pl"e of Editor and Publisher.
That is not the fird time he has
distinguished himself as a Latin
American corresnondent He did a
top job in tioeota at the time 01
the so-called Rogotazo, when the
hero of his book was involved as a
delecate to a students conference.

I have worked with Jules in
Latin American countries from
Guatemala to Colombia and Ve Venezuela.
nezuela. Venezuela. As a hard working cor correspondent
respondent correspondent I consider him in a
dead heat with Milton Bracker of
Tbe New York Times.

Now and Then

I've worked with Milton too.
Jules was never popular with die dietatorial
tatorial dietatorial and pinko government, but
be wasn't seeking popularity.
I shared some of his unpopular unpopularity.
ity. unpopularity. I remember once in Gro.ema Gro.emala
la Gro.emala with President Arevalo was
electing Jacob Arbenz as the
Communist President, the For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister asked an Associat Associated
ed Associated Press correspondent. whether
Dubois and Calhoun were coming
to cover the elections.
"Thiy lire already here," the
correspondent replied to the dis discomfiture
comfiture discomfiture of the Foreign Minister.
We had got in on tourist cards, as
we could never have gotten a visa.
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Jules has been arrested many
times, assaulted and forbidden en entry
try entry into countries that found his
reporting "inconvenient."
I recall when he was beat up in
Costa Rica by it gang of goons and
was placed under arrest and con confined
fined confined to his room in the Grand
Hotel. and forbidden to file any anything
thing anything about the civil war.
Almost every foreign corres correspondent
pondent correspondent on the story ran copy for
Jules from his hotel room to the
cable office
I have always felt that Jules
rushes in, where angels fear to
tread. Certainly he never pussy pussyfoots
foots pussyfoots about anything and he re reports
ports reports the news as he finds it.
Of course. he has made errors
of iudgement but who hasn't?
Undoubtedly be is one of the best
known ATTletieRTIS in Latin America
He has also the widest acquaint acquaintInce
Ince acquaintInce in Latin AMPrielt of nny one
from the United States. That ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance has not been acquired
by boot-licking, but by honesty,
candor snd courage.

The publication of Jules' book
was timed perfectiv. Although it
has been advertised widely in the
New Yorker, Saturday Review and
many other publications, Castro
with his tour of thc United Ctates
and Canada has been the best ad advertisement.
vertisement. advertisement. Surely many of the thousands
who cheered tbe hero of the Sier Sierra
ra Sierra Maestra will want to read more
about him.
Jules doesn't write with the
nurity of. say the late Woodrow
Wilson, but he does get bis mes message
sage message across he does com communicate.
municate. communicate. Many reviewers remark of the
quality or lack of quality of his
writing. Ile is not a great stylist.
but it must be remembered that
his book abont Castro was writ written
ten written in 20 days.
Uerbert Witthewti who shares
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with Jules the credit or the res res'
' res' nonsability for making Castro,
calls the writing of the book a
tour de force.
Fidel Castro: RebelLiberator
or Dictator. was published by the
Bobbs-Merrill Company of India Indianapolis
napolis Indianapolis and it sells for $5 a copy.

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Cue way is by Using outboard engines. above. Three of the kickers churn up the ?duel River
neer Bern4Ceatet, Germany, They're attached to the open pontoons qt the light equipment
assault boat which wu built by engineers attached to the irliitth Ilitentry Division.

SUNKEN SCHOOL FOR THE NUCLEAR AGE,- Combination elementary school end fall fallout
out fallout ehelter with accordion-type roof of prestressed concrete is shown in model else in Palo
Alto, Calif. Ramp, bottom, leads to the underground school building and the earth-covered
shelter in centet Th model W3 the result of a study by the Committee On Nuclear Energy
of the Northern California Chapter, American Institute of Architects.

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Alts tbeis tor a plestut ride.

Sir:

The very next time you set a
tall, raldsh gentieman, with the
look of eagles in his good eye and
a black patch over the other, do
not mistake this distinguished
chap for the fellow who sells
shirts in the advertisements, or
even for a temporarily beached
pirate.
This new eye-patched gentle gentleman
man gentleman will be me. From now on, I
am ever going to be without a
black patch, although both my
eyes are still so strong that the

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ing glasses.
A while back in London town,
after escaping from the white
head hunters of Nairobi, I detect detected
ed detected a thing on my starboard baby
blue. It was tucked away in a
corner, and looked like a patch
of truffle on a slab of pate de foie
gras. It seemed an odd place to
be growing mush-rooms, so the
sawbones decided to whack it off.
Not to excite false sympathy, I
must confess that the whole pro procedure
cedure procedure took less time than an or

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tion operation in a city like Panama, which tis populated by men of wisdom
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dinary haircut, but as the seam seamster
ster seamster instinct in the doe went mad,
several stitches needed brief pro protec,ion.
tec,ion. protec,ion. Hence the eye patch.
Now I am here to tell you fel fellows
lows fellows who aren't making out so
well socially, this eye-patch gim gimmick
mick gimmick is sheer murder
It beats a beard all hollow, and
is streets ahead of a monocle.
As' an attention getter, you
couldn't do bettei with neon lights
for eyes.
Suddenly, amazingly, gone ts
the sort of sue-pudding face with
the retreating hairline and the
extra file of chins. Gone are the
slightly lopped ears and, in place,
out comes a dapper type who
gazes arrogantly arotmd him with
a faintly lifted eyebrow over his
good peeper.
The, black patch tlistractii all at attention
tention attention from the mundane blob o,
fleshly surroundings, and lot what
have we here?
Why, we have a man of mys mystery,
tery, mystery, a man who may have suf suffered
fered suffered a wound, a piratical type,
certainly an iihruiguing sort to
the curious dames one finds scat scattered
tered scattered around cocktail parties.
Women being insatiably curious,
the floating population of a public
gathering inevitably drifts toward
the man with the patch. Apart
from curiosity, sympathy is mix mixed
ed mixed up hi the attraction, and, what
is more important, the definite
histility of all the men without eye
patches. This hostility is immedi immediately
ately immediately detected by the ladies, and,
vicious 'little brutes that they are,
pleaded to fuel their escorts' jet'.
ousy.
Now between curiosity, sym
pathy, and dotting the steady old
boy one in his unpatehed eyes, the
patch-wearer is in a most enviable
position especially if he has a
suntan to set off the black shield
The conversational ploy is dis disgustingly
gustingly disgustingly easy. The lady looks in inquiringly
quiringly inquiringly at the patch, and the
patch-wearer says simply: "Par "Pardon
don "Pardon this nauseous nuisance, but I
just returned from Kenya (or New
Gilinet or India) the other day
and. t
Beyond the word "and" nothing
more is needed. The least the be bemused
mused bemused damsel can assume is an
assagai thmugh the pupil, or at
worst, a naxty nip from a leopard.
' This gives a zesty tang to the
one-eyed monster, whereas if he
were wearing dark glasses, the
nublic would merely assume that
he was masking an ignoble hang hangover.
over. hangover. T have noticed that in hailing
cabs or finding seats in restaur restaurants.
ants. restaurants. tbe eye-patch is almost in infalible.
falible. infalible. It also keeps you from
doing a fair share of the houme houmework,
work, houmework, such as mixing a Martini
for the mob. It gets you im immediate
mediate immediate attention In the shops.
But the best it 'buys is an easy
out when vou want to go far away
from a bunch of bores. You Plat
mutter something about "the old
eve's acting uP, you know," 4nd
simply fade.
Anart von can be devastantinit devastantinit1,y
1,y devastantinit1,y sarcastic or even downright
midi,. to peonle end get away with
it, for anyone who would punch a
one-eved man is 4 bounder, not to
mPntion a cad.
I tell you, after thim experience,
am never gong to be without a
few eve patches. Thin very after afternoon
noon afternoon T am going to wear one out
to an airport., rod If I can fox the
customs and also ',elude the ex.
et's-baggage neon into not
weighing my, shoulder satchels
(which total about 40 Doanvls
apiece). the black 'eye patch will
liege 'psaseni its ultimate test.
Xt suddenly occu,rs to me that
I don't know why 11m titling you
thiL,
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CHATHAM, Zngland .(UPT).--A
dd.it-yourself tenent In public
housing project 'figured he's legal
oulte,,a;bit br, iweeping bis own
chimney.' It coat him 014.00the
wages of four men renuiredto re retrieve.
trieve. retrieve. the brush ho- lost In the
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-CRAVEN CARRIpigt rushing for the razor Well-eve off oil..
all your beards., Whit ,sort of explanation is "I found vs
too hot fdr-beardswat this time of year, right at the begin.
fling of the rainy season? You all weren't shavings care carefully
fully carefully last Sunday, were you. Many a grizzled chin visible
from the Sierra Balboa, or Balboa ,Heights as it is iro iroflounced
flounced iroflounced in Spanish. Now the chins all look so pl,ycked
you can' call, the owners chicken. "-, ', -,-;, '-'-1- NI
- Talking of food, let me introduce zyou te one Edith' i
London, who his' come to the surface in Washington P,ost
and Times Herald. Miss London took the Washington Matt ie
into her confidence to the extent of disclosing that she had
lately retutlied to the District of Columbia after working
as a Covernmentsecretary in the Canal Zone. f '.I., ;
I'd 'say It's gabby of her to reveal that much, hi
unquestionably her job must have been one of the first
to be accorded a "security" classification under ,the new
Single Wage System.
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Miss- London, In the course of her time here, came
Into possession of all sorts of facts which I, for one, would 4
not suggest should become known to any Panamanian, or
mon-US citizen.
Declared this leaky lass to the Washington Post: "It
was not unusual stduring her time on the Isthendi) to see
the natives.carrying hatchet Into the jUngles early IWO
morning to kill Iguana, which is, their main meat."
When you think of the number of Panamanians who
hold ,that the only man who totes a hatchet in search oof
meat is the butcher at the supermarket or corner, stork the 4'
hiherto "clissified information donveyed by Miss Londe?' t4
is dangerous data indeed for non-US citizens to handle. I
hope that Doolan's Irregulars sound the bugle call to charge
and doublepheck the classification they have accorded,the
position.
"
,
There is some undercover work involved too, also of aft'
order which would justly preclude any non-US citizen from
homing the job, wnatever it was. Disuloses the Washington,
Post: "Instead of long vacations in Panama she took week weekend
end weekend trips in the area, including One to the Sandblast Islands
to see the native Indians."
You and I may know air about the Sandblast Islands, just 4,,;
over the hills trom the bargain basements of.Uneapo, odt ., ,'
.
that's no cause to let half or Panama in on the secret. ,,
dna thibert Condon, a reader of the Washington Post,
has seized his typewriter by the trigger to chide Miss Lon.
don for these disclosures, Involving in eah instance a clear,
breach of security.
i
,If Mies London should care to write a similar piece A
on Washington, he asserts, "She could visit the Tidal Basin
early any morning. She could then say that all North Q.
Atinerican natives carry fishing tackle when they go out
in the morning to capture carp, which Is their main food."
Condon also suggests that the natives of Panama have
all to little time to devote td stalking iguanas with hatchets,
being well occupied much of the time eating Panama's "fine
beef cattle." Further, he states: "The world's finest fishing
grounds also contribute generously to (the Panamanian),
diet."
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This-guy isn't too hot 'security-Wise, at that. It has )
been ott.61 tovilli4 to rn yatibention uirougii tne conduct of I
weir rebrebentatives auwn nere tnat -gnat bunch in the
retnagool is a migny carping lot. out I never knOw tney "'
came my tne atzroJuo.e nonesoy early every morning down ,,
hoy tne tidal basin.
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i tout,, 1,,,twer it has p3netrated the murky fastnessea
of 3,,,ur 4.,utimioeolubb trial, were nes ueen a ifivon nazi of.
im..,dririsi in ointrulo going on nere towns lawiy, aria 'mat
MO 6661.1616 I s nevalti Hai al Ian WaS in a tizzy ousLing art tne
intruilitieli wiloom utters trie oniciai accoung at tne opanallt
'mica against raias Over tne uamino haat. That is VI
olc ;2panisa gold road trom Panama to the waiting treasure 4
ileexs at Noiliore as uioa. Last week tne generai conned his
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conquistador's calque, went to scraton nig head but un-
fortunately sprained his thumb in the process, sand set to ,.,1
deciding how to defend the Camino Real from Nombre de
k
Dios.
The security officers went into action with their ac accustomed
customed accustomed thoroUghness. All enlisted men whose name was
either Drake or Morgan were sent to Rio 'Hato, with strict
instructions not to leave any letters lying around in any
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cottages at Santa Clara.

Then the 'general decided with a de'eOnSight into 1
basic tactics ana changing titres became aware that a good ;,),
section of the Camino Real now lies under Madden Lakit
Should the invaders come, he reasoned, they would be more
tired after a long walk beneath the surface of the lake than
before. He therefore arrayd his forces along Madden Dam,
all, set to catch any waterlogged, bearded foe at an ex exhausted
hausted exhausted disadvantage from having to hold his breath for
at least the last five miles of march. ,
Don't letanyone say 'that the dais of classic general generalship
ship generalship are gone,
Myself,' I did not' take' the Camino Real to Nombre
de Dios the day Osier Vega's rebels surrendered, reputedly '"
on the basis of a better offer from Gillette. I took the Ca Camino
mino Camino Sikorsky, or an Aibrook helicopter piloted by Lt.
James A. 'Darden .of Arkansas. In charge of the band aids
and staples for mendingthe helicopter whenever necessary
was A2c Richard C. Ellwood, of Paducah. Ky. To me
ot2o is more like a map reference than a rank, and maybe ,14)
I got confused and it means the landing sone at Nombria tle
Dios. This is all a matter for, Ellegood. his commanding 0,
officer, the official cartographer of the United States, and
perhaps for Vega. I do not propose to intrude in the affair a
at this point.
- We didn't exactly fly low to Nombre de Dios, but there
was one moment hen Darden had to seas the helicopter
up a bit because a tree below us was growing faster than
he had calcalated..-
Forall who wish to attend revolutions with the maxi maximum
mum maximum comfort and courtesy I recommend Darden antr his
helloopter. BOO for MIS P4Ixt uprising, It'd,a great 4
improvement onaelther jeeps- er horses. Accept ne
tuts, See your travel'agent, Demand Darden. &Nett '0'
the battle lOries , )
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to ths 85 Invading, revolutionaries who surrender,ed
yesterday after being luck 'eneuth teitirvivirlor 5 days
in Nombre de Dios withou' blowing iaoh:Other's heads Off 10
with the Manchu Dyhasityiquiprnent many' of them were
carrying, and also of the 3 robots why got themseives',"
gaged to Nombre de Dios girls'whili they' were there. t
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Sweeping Britain like a tidal
wave, the science of electronics is
putting some people off balance.
kn anaesthetist friend, Member
Of the Royal College of Surgeons,
Sas been talking to me about the
new electronic 'patient" develop developed
ed developed in the College.
He spoke almost regretfully,
not through lack of admiration of
"Pneumonica", as her inventor
tails her, but because she will
' make anaesthesia less an art
than a science. It seems that the
experts who puts us to sldep pre prefer
fer prefer most times to test the gases
they use by sniffing them, and this
exercise of nice nasal judgement
touches the heights of fine art.
"Pneumozdca' apparently,.
render it unnecessary. "The hu human
man human nose," says the inventlr,
Professor Ronald Woalmeer, "is
a poor analyzer. It can tell you
what is there, ,but not how much.
4Pneumonica', absorbing anaes anaesthetics
thetics anaesthetics like a real patient, will
help us to investigate the physio physiological
logical physiological response in patients of all
kinds. She will help us to
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will breathe to any pattern we
want."
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The suecess-secret behind this
all-British device lies in the use
of electronics, giving flexibility
and precision of control.
I looked in nt a Temple-of E Electronics
lectronics Electronics this months at Greven Grevenor
or Grevenor House, London. Britain's radio
.and electroni3O component makers
were bolding their annual lunch-,
eon party and display, with visit,'
ors from nearly 30 countries over overseas.
seas. overseas. If my aim ,were to bore the nan nantechnical'
technical' nantechnical' l could particularise 'on
the mass of cunning gadgets on
view for boosting ( electronic ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency in everything from tele television
vision television and radio sets to guidad
missiles. There was tapeam tapeamplyfying
plyfying tapeamplyfying equipment giving "better-than-radio".
results, and even
en electronic thermometer. This,
I learned, is 110W being used in
New Zealand by geologists' meas measuring
uring measuring earth temperature-from the
end of a 1,000-foot cable. In the
plastics section, I spotted screws
made of nylon.
Considering that the radio com component
ponent component and electronics industry
deals so largely in "bits and
pieces", it is remarkable that ex exports
ports exports in 1958 were over 8100,000.-
000. This, by. the way, is nearly
four times the figure of ten years
ago.
,
A STItEAK OF THE INHUMAN
Though uncannily fascinating,
electronics have -about ,theni a
streak of the inhuman. By con contrast,
trast, contrast, I found the Ergonomics Re Research
search Research Society- conference at Ox Oxford
ford Oxford a heart-warming affair, shar shared
ed shared by more than 200 delegates
from nine countries.. (
Ergonomics, in Can you forgot,
is the science of making., tha
machine fit the worker, instead of
the other way round. 'rhe ergo.
nomists' plea to deign engineers I
is "Don't forget that a man has
to work this Machine." Dr. O. G.
Edelholm, the secretary, sAid
the Society's main- task was tG
sell its ideas to managements, en engineers
gineers engineers and students..
In what room temperature Is
work best done? How much noise
can be tolerated What are t 0
shape and size of the avers
worker Statistics on such ques questions,
tions, questions, according to the Society,
still need &lot of bard study..
"Anthropometrically desirable"
was the term used by Dr. W. 6
lovd, Physioloqical adviser to
the United Kingdorn General
Post Office, to describe propedy

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designed chairs and desks, as well
as switches, pedals and key keyboards
boards keyboards placed in correct relation
to operators' arms and feet.
AIRBORNE BY
MUSCLE-POWER?
It is too soon, I Imagine, for er ergonomists
gonomists ergonomists to express themselves
on the new muscle-driven aircraft
which is interesting the Royal
Aeronautical Society. A group of
engineers plan to build a man manpowered
powered manpowered machine capable of sus sustained
tained sustained flight at heights'up to 150
feet (about 45 metres. The pro projeq
jeq projeq may cost $23,000.
Opinion seemi to be that the
strength of one man will not be
enough; more likely is a small
crew turning handles and pump pumping
ing pumping ,pedals.
While I take off my hat to this
British enterprise, it sounds too
strenuos for a lazy holiday. My
preference is for luxury every
time, combined with the speed
that brought a British Overseas
Airways Corporation Comet air airliner
liner airliner from Montreal to London
this month in 5 hours 57 minutes minutes20
20 minutes20 minutes inside the previous re'cord.

Within, 24 hours, Todon, Airport
seding histoiymade again
when a Britannia turbo-prop air-1
liner landed from New York to
complete 13.0.A.C.'s first roundthe-world
ioute-the first by any
airline using gas-t urbined
machines. This svas real team
work,
, The 'Britarmia had half the
'World, taking over at Tokyo from
re B.O.A.C, Cornet which had
flown out eastwards from London
only five days edrlier.
' ' SHIPS ON TRACK
The, Atlantic is more and more
the world's leading race track.
Ships come intolhe picture, toot,
and there has been. jubilation all
over the United Kingdom, es especially
pecially especially in the shipyards, ,over
plans by the Cunard Steam-Ship
Company Ltd., for two new trans transatlantle
atlantle transatlantle superliner&
Eventually, it seems, they will
replace the famous "Queen" lin liners
ers liners the 83,073-tops Queen Eirta Eirtabeth
beth Eirtabeth 'end the 81,237-tons Queen
Mary. Though in the 55,000-tons
clasa, the new- ships-will carry as
many passengers as the Queens Queens2,000
2,000 Queens2,000 each thanks to : the new
aluminium type of sperstructure.
Each is likely ot cost $32.500.000
and their speed may be as high
as 35 knots. In various clubs and
taverns, where everyone knows
best, I have been told they will be
driven by nuclear power. 'This,
may be pure guesswork, but it
seems pretty good to me.

RheeZovernment
romised Press
Chang

SEOUL, Korea MPI) Vice VicePresident
President VicePresident John M. Chang yester yesterday
day yesterday denounced, as an,i "act of
betrayai"- the government order
closing an opposition neWsoaper.
Chang, American-educated lead'
er' of the minority- Democratic
party, ,termed the' sttsnension of
the newsoaoer Kyung' Hyang fithe
harbinger of the suppression of
the opposition parties.'
He said the governmentof Pres President
ident President Svngman Rhee had "prom "promised
ised "promised the nation it would gurantee
press freedom."
, The cabinet, after four-four
meeting, ordered the newspaper
closed on grounds it "continued
to carry icmoderate criticisms of
the 'government ,at1d false re.
ports." ,

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Central Ave.-and 21st St. Tele. 2-1830 2-1833

PHOTO ENTRIES Col. Ralph,A. Jones Jr, left, commanding officer, lst 'Battle Group, 20th-infirt:':
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left, they are Mat WiWam D. Dailey, I.A.G.S., Fort Clayton Sfc. Martin F. Pestano Jr., Headquarters
aid Headquarters Company, 20th infantfil and Sgt. Robert S. Jennings, a photographer from the U.S.
Lrmy Signal Service. The awards were presented to the shutterbugs during a brief ceremony in Jones'
ifice. (Army Photo)

HST Congratulates
Herter; Comment
On Clare Boothe Luce

WASHINGTON (1.1Pf) Former
president Harry S. Truman com complimented
plimented complimented Secretary of ,State
Christian A. Hertel' today for
reaching a "very successful"
agreement with Western Allies for
a United stand at forthcoming
Big Four talks with Russia.
He added that he knows and
likes Herter and expects him to
be a good secretary of state.
Truman first told reporters dur during
ing during his usual early morning walk
that Western proposals drafted in
Paris provide a. chance for
"agreement with the Russians
that will ease the cold war."
Later, he said he had no detailed
information on the proposals and
therefore could only hope they
would ease world tensions.
The former Presidenthere for
a round of speeches, get-togethers
with old friends, and congression
al appearanceswas jaunty but
nonbelligerant as eled newsmen
on a mile and a half walk from
his downtown hotel.
He said he ..has not made up
his mind whether to accept an
invitation to tell the House Com Committee
mittee Committee on Un-American Activities
why he thinks ,it is "the most
un-Amercan thing in America to today."
day." today." "There's nothing I can tell
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dsy that as many as SO, Negro
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Cotmty next September. for'the
first time.
Tucker said the; applications
will be made for two high' schools
and five elementary schools in
Fairfax, a neighbor- of 'Arlington
and Alexandria which bowed last
February to court-ordered integra integration.,
tion., integration.,
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Norfolk also admited 17- Ne-'
groes;to six thite schools in Feb.
ruary anddesegregation suits are
pending against Richmond; New Newport
port Newport News and Prince Edward
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ed indicated an integration attempt also will
be made next fall in southwest
Virginia in an tmnamed county.
Fairfax School Board Chairman
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groes' Negroes' request for assignment to
white classes would be sent to the
State Pupil Placement Board in
Richmond, a three-member agen agency
cy agency which has made all of its as assignments
signments assignments in the past on a seg segregated
regated segregated basis.,

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The placement board is under
attack in the-Richmond and New Newport
port Newport News suits and likely will be
challenged if Tucker goes to the
courts to force the admission of
the Negro children in Fairfax.
Four new applications by Ne Negroes
groes Negroes to Alexandria white schools
have been rejected by the city
school board and Tucker, who al also
so also represents the plaintiffs in this
case, said he would seek a feder federal
al federal court injunction to force the
Board to reverse its ruling.

?hem I haven't already said,"
the ex-President observed.
Committee chairman Francis E.
Walter (D-Pa.), miffed by Tru Truman's
man's Truman's criticism, offered to ar arrange
range arrange a hearing "on 10 minutes
notice...whenever it is conveni convenient."
ent." convenient." Truman has said he would
be willing to appear if he had
time.

Foregoing his usual vitriolic
comments, the ex-Presidest said
he had no comment on the con controversial
troversial controversial appointments of Mrs.
Clare Boothe Luee as U. S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Brazil end Lewis S.
Strauss as secretary of, Com.
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MISS NORMA ANN JENKS
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS NORMA ANN JENKS
, TO MR. RICHARD HEHMEYER IS ANNOUNCED
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, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Jenks of Ancon announce the
-,, engagement of their daughter, Norma Ann, to Mr. Richard
tA. Hehmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Hehmeyer of
'Caldwell, NJ.
The bride-elect was graduated from Balboa High School
In 1955 and will receive -a Bachelor of Science degree in re retalling
talling retalling lit Russell Sage College, Troy, N.Y., on May 31.
Mr. Hehmeyer is a 1954 graduate of Hamilton Cellege,
Clinton, N.Y. He served as a radio announcer at CFN frGm
'11954 to 1956, and is now employed by Young and Rubicam,
j' Advertisers, in New York City.
I' A fall wedding is planned.

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STUDIO OF DANCE
Will move to
The Knights of Columbus Hall on Balboa Road
on June
IIALLET TAP TOE ACROBATIC CHARACTER
'',,REGISTRATIONS for the Three Months Summer
Course will be held at The K. of C.
May 11, 12 and 13 from 2 to 5 P.M.
All Registrations should be made in person and those
planning to take in October when the Regular l'arm
Begins may also register at this time.

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or Pan American for
this folder today!

CAPPEDMiss Lynn Parsons,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.
Bright of Gamboa, received her
nurse's cap in a ceremony at the
School of Nursing, Mountainside
Hospital, Montclair N. J. A. gra graduate
duate graduate of Balboa High School,
class of 1958, she was awarded a
scholirship given by the people
of Montclair.

Charity Card Group
Balboa Woman's Club
The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will have a
no-host luncheon meeting at noon
Thursday at the ort Amador Of Officers
ficers Officers Open Mess.
Reservations should be made
by Wednesday noon with one of
the committee members, Nirs.
Lawrence Adler, Panama 3-4890;
Mrs. W. C. Merchant, Balboa 330;
or Mrs. Thomas S. McKihbon,
Balboa 4459.

Military Rosin'''.
ama ow Officers
Maj. John' F. Oster was elected
president of the Leo A. McIntire
Chapter, Canal Zone Department
of the Reserve Officers Associa Association,
tion, Association, at the group's recent meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The new officers' roster &Igo
Includes Lt. Col. Eliezer D. Lugo.
first vice presiden;t Capt. Justo
Velez Munoz, second vice piesi piesident;
dent; piesident; Maj. James C. Twohey.
treasurer; Capt. Mary J. Waid,
secretary; Lt. Col. John E. Dem Deming,
ing, Deming, judge advocate; Lt. Col.
James A. Brigman, chaplain; and
Lt. Col. Lewis E. Fontaine, sur surgeon.
geon. surgeon. The next meeting will be 3ield
next Saturday at 2 p.m. at the
Albrook Officers Open Mess.
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starts curbing Pile miseries 1 ways: 1.
Eases pain and itching. 2. Helps shrink
sore, swollen tissues. Helps nature
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Chinarold today.

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We'ather Regime For Ma
It All Spells Wetness

The following weather condi conditions
tions conditions are based on past records
and may be extpected to occur
the Canal Zone and vicinity during-May.
WEATHER: Settled rainy-season
weather usually begins about
the first of May. Heavy showers
may be expected frequently with
measurable rain on about 20 days
during the month. The -average
rainfall for May is 8.04 inches at
Balboal, Heights, 11.26 inches at
Madden Dam ond 12.25 inches at
Cristobal. The variation, between
the wettest and driest sin record
is 15.06 to 2.39 inches at Balboa
Heights, 19.72 to 3.23 inches at
Madden Dam and 25.43 to 1.83
inches' at Cristobal.
TEMPERATURES: The nor normal
mal normal mean temperature for MO
81 degrees. Daily highest and
lowest temperature will average
87 and 74 degrees at Balboa
Heights and 85 and 77 degrees at
Cristobal. The highest and lowest
temperature on record for Mav
are 96 and 69 degrees at Balboa
Heighis and 95 and 71 degrees at
Cristobal.
HUMIDITY: The relative hu humidity
midity humidity will be higher than in April,
averaging &boil 85 per cent.
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE: The
skies will be partly cloudy to mott
of the time with an average of
abou, 5 hours of sunshine daily.
FOGS: Nightime and early earlymorning
morning earlymorning fogs may be exnected oc occasionally
casionally occasionally over the Gaillard Cut
section of the Canal and the cen central
tral central section of the Isthmus along
the Trans-fsthmian highway, but
nnne are likely to occur at either
of the Canal entrances. Most nf
the fogs form around midnight
and dissinate before 8:30 a.m..
WINDS: The winds force- wR
he cnwidershly lessned. Northel--
ly winds will continue to Prevail,
but the percentage of light vat:-
iable winds will increase. The
average hourly wind velocity will
be about 8 miles Der hour on the
At5ntic side and 8 miles per holm
on the Pacific. Maximum velocit velocities
ies velocities greater than 30 miles per hour

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short gusts during tbundl
storms. Thunderstorms will occur
on about 10 days durinv the
month along the coasts and about
24 days in the Madden Dam arta.

Pasternak Baok
Earns Fortune'

Outside Rusia

LONDON (UPI) Publisher
Peter Owen today estimated So Soviet
viet Soviet Author Boris' Pasternak's
earnings in the West at more
than $700,000.

Pasternak, who W011 the Nobel'
Prize for "Dr. Zhivago" d
whose book "Tbe Last ,Surnmer"
has been published reeenily; has
said he will remain in Russia.
His two married sisters live in
Oxford, England., but have re renounced
nounced renounced any claims on his earnings.

Federal Court
Aid To Reinstate
menro Suit Asked

NEW ORLEANS, May 1 (UPI)
The U.S. Civil Rights Commission
asked a fedeval appeals court
here today to reinstate a Negro
voter discrimination suit against
the state of klabama.
The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals took the Wet under con.
sideration and said it would band
down a ruling later., The origiugl
suit, thrown out by a federal dis district
trict district court judge Merril 6. charged
that 20 Negroes in Macon County.
Ala., were denied 'voting Tights.
The anneal, filed by the Justice
Department, 'Aught to overturn
the ruling by District Judge
Frank M. Johnenn Jr.. in Mont
gomerv. Ala.. which held that the
Civil Rights COMMIPS1011 IS power powerless
less powerless to sue a sovereign state.

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and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Picture yourself on this typical Golden Triangle excursion:
FIVE DAYS IN LOS ANGELES, including:
Five nights at the famous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel,
Gray Line bus excursions to: Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly
Hills (where the movie stars live) and Santa Monica.

Visits to Universal International movie studio, Griffith
Park and other points of interest
A day ,at Disneyland., one of the most si)ectacular stA
tractions ever created by man!
A night at the Moulin Rouge, or other glamorous
nightclub.

FIVE DAYS IN SAN FRANCISCO: In.
eluding five nights at the Canterbury Hotel.

The following Gray Line bus otewsions: Sightseeing trips
to the Civic Center, Dolores Mission and other points of
intorest.

tuLtligtottlaa.instown the !mast Chinese community

An entire day touring the Golden Gate Bridge, Oakland
and Berkeley, topped. oft with a visit to a giant Redwood
Forest

An evening of pleasure at several of the most interesting
San Franiisco nightclubs. ,
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Three nights at the Flamingo Iltel.
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Doctor,. Denfist
Found Fa lay Shot
in Shared Office

Four babies, two boyi and two
girls, were born at Coco Solo Row,
pital during the -week which end.
ed Wedneadiy,- according to tbo
hospital report. During this ,same
period,' 43 patients were admitte
and 44 ,were discharged; Parents
of all of the babies are trom Co.
10111.
Parents of the erls are Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Turns and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Shirley. 'rho boys
were born to Mr. and Mrs. Juan
Tud and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
Ennis.

CHICAGO (UPI)--Police eald
today a physician wrote an, ap apparent
parent apparent suicide note before he and
a dentist friend were found shot
to death ha an office suite tbey
shared.
Authorities said the' note byDr.
,Tohn T. Hart, 61, 'addressed to
his wife, expressed regret "that
I lies stupid enough to get en enmeshed
meshed enmeshed with drugs and the
grape."
"Darlit?g, by the grace of God
I am dying cold sober and you'll
know always where I am and
what I am do:ng," the mote said.
Hart and his long-time dentist
friend,' Charles Winograd, 58, had
planned to break uo, their five fiveroom
room fiveroom suite in tbe Medical Center
Building because of mounting dis dissension
sension dissension between them, a nurse
told autooritita.
The nurse. Mrs. Alice Krysher,
heard sho's from behind t h e
locked doors of the office 34ster 34ster(lay
(lay 34ster(lay efternooi and summoned po police.
lice. police.
Police broke into the office and
found Winogr:d dead on the floor
with bone WOUndg in the head
and body. Hart was shot once in
the head and died shortly after
his remova. Henro'in Hospital.
AUthorities theorized Hart allot
Winograd and then committed suf.
The two had shared a success successful
ful successful medical and dental priactice
for seven years.
The am atager of a hotel where
Winograd ke' bachelor quar'ers
And a enctor in the MeAleal
toki authorities the dentlat
that.; m ni a ine d. abou Reif.
drinking and noisy parties in
their ofirioat. 'Oft dm-tor said
Winograd had asked Hart to
leave.

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ternational International Girl Scouts participate in flag-raising teremonies
during the fifth annual Safety Field Day at Pedro Miguel. Spon Sponsored
sored Sponsored by the Pedro Miguel Civic Council, the observance fea featured
tured featured exhibits arianged by various divisions of the Canal organ organization
ization organization and units of the military forces.. .First aid demonstra demonstrations,
tions, demonstrations, linethrowing contests and games deoligned to test individ individual
ual individual skills were part of lb.' program..

Pries includes round trip toswitt altos, ha hatot
tot hatot (double room) and sightseeing with lipiin
tab-speaking phlox. Tax is extra.

Arthur Godfrey In Good Spirits
After Operation For Lung Cancer

NEW YORK (UPI) Arthur
Godirey Friday took the news
that the tumor removed from
his left lung was caneerOus in
"good spirits." But he showed
concern over the possibility of a
spread of the malignancy.
'Did you get it all out?" he
asked.
'Yes, we thhik we did," a sur surgeon
geon surgeon replied.
The 55year-old radio and tele television
vision television entertainer confessed to a
friend who visited him later that
the aftereffects of the operation
"hurt like hell."
Doctors said it could not be
known at this time whether the
cancer had been discovered and
removed before it could spread
to other parts of the body. Can Cancer
cer Cancer is considered 'cured' if,there
has been no recurrence within
,five years of its arrest or, re removal.
moval. removal. Statistics made bv the
American Cancer Society showed
an average "cure' rate of 34 per
cent if lung cancer is discovered
early and treated promptly. Oth
Arwitql. the rate is only about 4
Three surgeons removed the

tumor and the upper half of Goa
frey's left Itmg in a five-hour op operation
eration operation Thursday at Columbia ColumbiaPresbyterian
Presbyterian ColumbiaPresbyterian Medical Center.
They waited until he recovered
stTength before telling him teat
he had cancer, a possibility that
he confessed before the operation
filled him with a "cold, clammy,
clutching fear."
If he was still fearful Friday,
he showed no sign of it when told
the news. Aside from asking if it
was all out, he had no other ques questions.
tions. questions. Godfrey was visited in his 00-
a-day bedroom-living room suite
overlooking the Hudson River by
his wife, Mary; his business part partner,
ner, partner, Attorney C. Leo De Orsey,
of Washington. D.C.. anti his sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Miss Mary Ann Van.
According 'to an aide who was
present, Godfrey first expressed
concern for De Orsey, who has
suffered two heart attacks within
the last year.
"How are you, Leot1 Godfrey
asked.
"I'm fine, but how are you,'
Do Orsey said.
'' hurts like hell," replied
Godfrey.

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, Visitors in Diablo
Captain and mrs.. Elmer G. Ab Abbott
bott Abbott of Diablo Heights have 1 as
guests their daughter:M.1w; -the
Wmer Barbara Shaw of the Ca Cat,
t, Cat, nal Emit, and her young son.. Lt.
Richard G. Abbott ts expected to
atrive this week end from Tra Travers
vers Travers Air orce Base.
Following month'i Wilt Lt.
Abbott and his family will leave
for Japan.

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The Woman's Amdliary of St.
Andrewli EpiscopalChurch in Co Cocoil
coil Cocoil will present a Spring Bazaar
, -.,,..,',,,, on Thursday from one to 5:00p.m.
for the purpose of fund raising
for the benefit of the church.
'The events. will include white
elephants, fish pond, needlecraft..
literature, nail booth and bake
sale but the whits. elephants are
sale bot the white elephants are
guaranteed to 'produde both bar
e gaina and laughs. The fish pond
Is, a feature for children of all
ages.
Those interested in fine needle needlecraft
craft needlecraft will find crocheted, ein ein,
, ein, broideser and sewed items. For
readerr there will be books and
,, magazines, and a Parcel Post
I booth for those who like to send
and receive "mail". The products
In the Bake Sale are :edified to
! delight the palate of the melt
discriminating gourment.
, .),, As at all St. Andrew social func-1
lions, coffee will he served.
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or riday At V' Club
Bringing the Fort Kobbe social'
season to a festive. climax will be
the annual farewell function,
known as the "Kobbe Despedida
to be held this year, next Friday.
!
i Each year residents of the west-0
bank post who will complete their
duty tour during the summer
I, I months are honored with a gala
party at the Kobbe Officers Club.
As in (the past, Lucho Azcarraga
and his group will join the Kobbe
club crowd for an evening of re
velry which- features a Latin A-
merican .atmosphere, including
, Mexican menu delicacies, tequila
cocktails, and "south of the bor bort
t bort der" wines.
For those who have taken ad advantage
vantage advantage of the club's dance ins ins,
, ins, truction during their tour of duty,
, some native -Panamanian dances.
ivill borplayed doting -the:L eveniara
'This year's odetribdida" I's veil veilsered
sered veilsered bt the officers' wives of the
1st ,Battle Group, 20the Infantry
In honorof Kobbe residents of 'all
4 units' and commands who have
received orders transferring them
',1 from Panama. In keeping with,
the theMe of the evening; Gliaya-,'
0 be rshirts are, encouraged -'' for
male. attire, although sport' shirts
also tre appropriate 10 Abe infor.
mal spirit of the farewell WO.
AppoximalY : 45 Kobbe t'neiiples
will be leaving ht- lathniust Clu Cluing
ing Cluing May, Jone,,,Iiily and, August.
The party will start with i "HO.
, py Hour" at 4:30 pm., the',"des the',"desfpedida"
fpedida" the',"desfpedida" cocktail lour dancing
with Loch frott ,.8 p.M. :
Reservations foi. large' groups
are recomtuended and can be ob ob.,
., ob., tained by calling 84-4105.

11 j The history of archaelogy in
,v,'" Panama, the importance of the
' amateur archaeologist ano prop
er procedures for locating and
excavating sitesi will be describ describ,
, describ, ed by Dr. Wolfgang Haber lend
In a lecture on "One Hundred
:Years of Archaeology sin Pan Panama"
ama" Panama" Monday evening at 8:30 at
the Panama National Museum,
Cuba Avenue and 30th Street.
Haberland, on leave of
, absence as director of the A American
merican American section of the Hamburg
Musetun of Ethnolog3r and Ar Archaeology,
chaeology, Archaeology, has been in Pan Panama
ama Panama aince March, working in
the interior and now in the
k city. He will leave shortly for
- Colornbia to coMplete his cur current
rent current study, Which, is aided by
a grant from the German Re Research
search Research Society, as ,was his
al preVious stay of 20 months in
Central America vitt 1953-55. Hi
4 hu worked also In Costa Rica,
NielltagUI and El Salvador.
A native of Hamburg,' Haber'-
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and his bachelor's and doctor's
degrees at the university there.
Ile was inspired to choose ar archaelogy
chaelogy archaelogy as his career by books
that he came upon' dealing with
the Mayan civilization. He
spent his Vacations in museums,
and as a student-. helped to
10 excavate mesolithic sites in
Northern Germany. He describes
the Hamburg Museum as one
, of the three best ethnological
, and archaeological museum 111
the world, the other two Whig
the Museum Of Men In' Parte
) '',') and the National Museum in
', Copenhagen.. 1. i ;',,-;,4,,.
, Haberland 2 especially inter inter(
( inter( t este4 in locatincliving sites Of
1 the early inhabitants of Central
$ murk". finlike the graves,
41 1 which often have been robbed,
) sthnedY coarnetainusaulaillykinudandoistturmabteed.,
Irial with bearing on the cultu cultu1
1 cultu1 1 a.,1 ral frontlet pmblems of the
' region. He will Use examples
from the MU011.11,11 collect.on to
, ilustrate his talk, t Which t4te
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Gorges Ostionfs'Ll-
Enjoy Bingo Party r
, On.- Wednesday evenIng,,-, the
patients of Gotgas Hospital were
guists at the -,Fegtilar monthly
binge party 'given by, 'the Fleet
Reserve Amtillary In the Red Cross
Lounge. ,"
'Hostesses for the party were
Mrs.' Peggy Beard, Martha Ales.
antler and Irene Fowler.
Refreshments of punch and
Immelitads cake were served.

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keirilms Plan
Coroma For Metiers
fAne Mother's Degree will be eg egemplified
emplified egemplified by the keuro Miguel Al Alsem
sem Alsem of tne Order of the Omer
of Rainbow for Giris on Sunday,
May 10, ak 2 p.m. it the Mein'
Masonic Tempie.,After the cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, a tea will be given in the
banquet 'ball .honoring moth mothera.
era. mothera. :
Air:Rainbow Girls,'parents and
friend Are invi,ed to attend.

DOitika Entliusissis
Have Annual 'llanqiet
The 'annual banquet of the Oh
Iege, &gni& activity Of the Canal
Zone ,Junior College was held last
week at the Fort Amador Officeril
Club with 29 persons arending.
Miss Cynthia Orr, cast, director
of the' Del a Pai Omega,, national
honorary -drama fraternity, was
mistress of. ceremonies.
The principal business of the
evenieg was the Selectton of the
"Man Who Hits Contributed Most"
and the "Woman Whb Has Cok
tributed Most" to the college dra drama
ma drama activity for the year just
finished -- the l'ith season'. Miss
Orr was 'the winner for girls,
while Rutherford Rivet won the
coveted award for the' men.
The evening's entertainment
consisted offraternity and col college
lege college songs, selections by the
Girls Trio of the college, the 'win 'winning
ning 'winning skit from the recent pro--
cuction of the college drama
group. numbers from the college
Male Quartet, a comedy skit from
the talent show given in assem assembly,
bly, assembly, and talks by variouss members
of the audience.
Special guests were -Dean and
Mrs. R. C. Hackett, Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs,
Charles R. Bowen. and faculty
sponsor and Mrs, Subert Turby Turbyfill.
fill. Turbyfill. Etch student who attended
had taken an'active part in some
phase of the college drama acti activity
vity activity for the year.
Those present were June Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, Nancy BryInt, Eileen Dime Dimerau,
rau, Dimerau, Carolyn Despain, Mildred
Gibbs, Jo Ann Harte, Gladys Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Cynthis Orr, Tennie SPitr SPitrlock,
lock, SPitrlock, Don Alexander, Lawson
Beckley. Bill Black, Brien Cox,
Andrea Frangioni. Eric Larsen,
David Mason, turtor, Mead, Car Carlos
los Carlos Meggers, Raymond Oakley,
Ru'herford Rivet, and Bruce
Spurlock.
Rebekah Club Card
OPAup Delays Meeting
The Rebekah Club Card Group
hoe rescheduled its
card arty from tomorrow to the
following MOHO, May 11.

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' Roundtable Medinge
'IV Mei 4one. Boy Scout
Roundtable mem-Inge are on tap
early this month.
Scout Commissioner Robert
Boyd announced today that the
Pacific side ROundtable meet meeting
ing meeting will be held Wednesday, at
the Panama Canal .Company
Training Center starting at 7:30
The Atlantit side Roundtable
will be held Monday, May 11,
at 7:30 p.m. in the Coco Solo
Scout building.

Panama's Archaeology History
To Be Told At Panama Museum

public is invited. Me lecture is
-one of a monthly series present
ed by the National Musetim
Society.

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Every Cate in the Union has a
law requiring public schools ,to
give instruction, on the &feet' of
alcohol.
Ut would be logical to-conclude
from this fact diet U.S. schools
are giving serious attention to al alcehoi
cehoi alcehoi toucation. But surveys show
that. the reverse is true.
According to Dr. Arthur V. Lin Linden.
den. Linden. director of educational stud studies
ies studies for the licensed beverage in industries,
dustries, industries, "there are few really
organized programs of alcohol ed education
ucation education in the schools of this
country."
Dr. Linden found in a nation nationwide
wide nationwide study Haat some school dis districts
tricts districts ignore the state law requir requiring
ing requiring alcohol education. Others pay
lip service to the law with "tok "token"
en" "token" instruction either in the
form of an assembly session ad addressed
dressed addressed by a temperance speak speaker,
er, speaker, or a brief trea ment of the
subject in hygiene or biology
classes.
Other authorities say that many
schools which do allot time for
alcohol education approach the
subject the wrong way.
Prof. Raymon G. 'McCarthy of
the Yale Institute of Alcohol Stud Studies
ies Studies says the customary technique
is to lay heavy emphasis on the
damage done to the body by pro prolonged
longed prolonged heavy drinking, and the
dangers of becoming addicted to
alcohol.
Dir. warnings of this type usu usually
ally usually heave little effect on young
people's attitudes, McCarthy
says.
."The young and healthy person
is,not'much impressed by the pic picture
ture picture of dangers to the body from
excesi.,He has an unbounded con confidence
fidence confidence In the endurance of his
own body, and although he may
imagine that someone else may
be injured, it is difficult for him
to believe that he will ever be become
come become a drunkard, or will ruin his
health by drinking."
Several recent studies have In-,
dicated that a substantial propor proportion
tion proportion of American youth begin to
drink bile they -are in high
school. A survey of Michigan high
schools, for example; showed that
nine out of ten students in the
junior and senior classes had ex experimented
perimented experimented with, alcohol. a n d
about one third of them drank
(usually beer) with "some degree
of regularity."
Dr. TN:slices Todd. who hits pio pioneered
neered pioneered -a ,new approach to leo leo"
" leo" hol erlueadon at Ssn Francisco's
Balboa Hikh School, agrees that

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THANKS Resolution of Appreciatin is given to Maj. Bruno Eisen, center, by Gov. W. E. Potter,
honorary chairman of the Canal Zone Cancer Com mittee. The resolution was presented Eisen by the
Cancer Committee for his long and faithful service while on tile cemmittee. Eisen, who is superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of Coco Solo hospital, is awaiting reassignment. In the picture which was taken at Coco Solo hos hospital
pital hospital are, from. left, Potter,. IL. Everson, member of the Cancer Committee, Sherman Brooks, execu executive
tive executive chairman of the committee; Eisen; Dr. B. Levin, committee member; and Judge Loren B. Hill Hillsinger,
singer, Hillsinger, chairman of the committee.

'Effects Of Alcohol' Soon May Be
Pad Of U.S. High School Studies

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school programs "should focus on
preventing intoxication now."
"Teen-agers are more con concerned
cerned concerned with now than later," she
says. !i'slow their problem is:
Shall I drink Or how can I re refuse
fuse refuse a drink and not be called
a square Will just a drink or
two at party really hurt me?"
Instead of trying to answer
these questions with "fear" prop propaganda,
aganda, propaganda, Dr. Todd would encour encourage
age encourage free classroom discussiins in
which young people can explore
their real questions about alcohol
and its role in their lives.
Teachers who recognize the
need for a "positive" approach to
teen-age drinking have been
handicapped in the past by a lack
of instructional materials contain containing
ing containing objective, scientifically sound
information 2bout drinking. But
this barrier is coming dowp.
EXcellent books and pamphlets,
prepared for high school students
and their teachers, are now avail available
able available from the Yale Center' of 'Al 'Aleohol
eohol 'Aleohol S'udies, New Haven, COnni,
and from Allied Youth, Inc., (a
non-profit organization specializ specializing
ing specializing in alcohol education of high
sdhool itudents), 1709 M st. North Northwst,
wst, Northwst, Washington 6, D.C.

General Dasher,
Party To Visit
Caracas Mission

Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
Commanding Gener a USAR USARCARIB,
CARIB, USARCARIB, will leave Monday 4 for th
nual visit to the U.S. Army Mis Mission
sion Mission in Caracas, Ven. He will con conduct
duct conduct an inspection of mission ac activities
tivities activities and observe the installa installations
tions installations and organization!' of the host
government.
Accompanying the general will
be Maj. P. D. Ulibarri, G-2 re
presentative; Coh J. F .Schcelz .Schcelzer,
er, .Schcelzer, G-3 and Mrs. Schmelzer; Col,
r J. Tate, director IAGS apd
Mrs. Tate; Col. P. H. Laming,
Finance and Accounting officer;
Col. H. E. Leech, USARCARIB
Surgeon Lt. J.' E. Porter, aide
de camp to Gen. Dasher, and M MSgt.
Sgt. MSgt. Frank Young.
They will return to the Cana
Zone on Friday.

CHARLES PERRET Swiss Jewelry Store
' General Agent Colon, R. P.
CASA FASTLICH, S. A.
Authorized Agent .Panama City

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Marine War Veteran
Retires From Corps
Alter 11 Years
tik!,inianungeminsis

MSGT. BALLOU
MSOT.'7Carlos Ba Bon, senior
Leatherneck in time of service
on the Isthmus, has hung up
his Marine "greens" for a long
rest.
The battletested veteran of
World War II and the KOrean
Wttr retired Thurs ay after 22
years and 22 days in the Corps
And an eventful 22 yeais and
22 days they were. In 1941 he
was at Samoa when the Japs
attacked Pearl Harbor -and
swept across the Southwest
Pacific.
He has a ribbon with two
battle stars to remember anoth another
er another place named Guadalcanal.
The sergeant, who for the
lett three years has had charge
of the Marine Security Guard
at the U.S. Embassy in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, was on the scene again
when trouble brewed in Jeru Jerusalem
salem Jerusalem in 1948 over the birth of
the free state of Israel.
Then came Korea and the
Inchon Landing and eight more
battle stars.
Duty in China and Alaska
and a Mediterranean cruise are
among other place name1 from
his memory book.
The latest, Panama, is where
he plans to retire along with his
wife Rosemary and 9-year-old
daughter Renee.

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WASHINGTON Clare Boothe
Luce, resigning at ambassador to
Brazil on g r.o unds that Sen.
Wayne Morse's cherges could be
exploited by political elements to
discredit the United States:

"And the sad fact is not that I,
hilt Brazilian-American policy
wiuld be the victim."

PARISS eeretary of State
Christian A. Herter, af,er thrash.
ing out a united front with other
Western nations to be presented
to Russia at Geneva:

"We shall go to Geneva confi confident
dent confident that we have achieved a po position,
sition, position, the basis of which is that
with goodwill on both sides, a
just and durable peace can be es established
tablished established Europe."
NEW YORK David J. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, president of the United
Steel Workers of America, de demanding
manding demanding a substantial wage in increase
crease increase for steel workers from the
industry's profits:
"Common equity demands that
9teelworkers share equitably in
these immense profits made pos possible
sible possible in part by their efforts."
--
MILAN, ItalyPrince Henry of
Hesse, commenting on press re reports
ports reports that he may marry Bri Britain's
tain's Britain's Princess Margaret:
"Princesses are creatures like
all others. If sympathy has arisen
between myself and Prin c e Is
Margaret and if we have sipeht
together very pleasant hour s
which do not denyone should
not for this reaon build castles
in the air or run ahead of time."
WASHINGTON Chairman
William Fulbright of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, on
a: a-dorsbassmtentmpeco
selection of competent ambaessdors:

"If we are to discharge our re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility we must give all non noncareer
career noncareer people the ,closest scru scrutiny."
tiny." scrutiny." COLUMBUS, Ohio James R.
Wiggins, president of the Ameri-'
can Society of Newspaper Edi Editors,
tors, Editors, on secrecy in government!
"I am sure that if we proeeed
as we are proceeding, toward
more and more secrecy, we shall
have less and less freedom, and
one dqv we shall pass the line
that distinguishes free and open
government from perk and ab absolute
solute absolute government."

CHICAGOThruston B. Morton,
asked whether he is having trou trouble
ble trouble handling the two jobs of sena
torand Republican National
Chairman:.

"My only complaint PO far Is
that I hlven't bad a chance t
get a haircut."
CHICAGO Mayor Richard J.
Daley, on the arrival of an OrPRO OrPROloinc
loinc OrPROloinc freiohter through the St.
Lawrence Seaway, making Chica Chicago
go Chicago a world seaport:
' "A great project has come to
reali7otion."

TAIWNIT) lambiPt
Mielrpv helning tgrinner
eqadv Barr whn i free on qnr..1
bond On a Texas narcolcs convic conviction:
tion: conviction: "T'A marry her tonight if I
could."

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sit Francisco at Milwaukee
an elli (3-1) vs. Burdette (4-0).
cago at Philadelphia (2)
(0-0) and Brabowsky (1-2)
h. dmez (0-0) and Short (0-0)-
St Louis at Pittsburgh (2)
rsa ock (0-1) and Jackson (0-3)
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Pint ms (0-0) and McDevitt (0-0)
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Baltimore at Chicago O'Dell
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Boston at Kansas City Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan (0-0) vs. Terry (1-2).
New York at Detroit (2) Tur Turley
ley Turley (2-2) and Maas (1-1) vs. Lary
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Washington at Cleveland (2)
Ramos (3-1) and Griggs (0-0) vs.
Grant (0-0) and Garcia (0-0)-

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Boston 102 001 001-5 14 0
Chicago 000 000 022-4 8 0
De lock, Wall (8) and White;
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW NORK (NEA)-- When
Manassa Mauler roared from be behind
hind behind to win the Wood Memorial,
the strapping bay was called a
"proved glue pot,' among other
things.
,
"When a selling plater like tbat
can win the Wood, most any three
year-old with a mane and A tail
has a chance in the Kentucky, er
by,' it was said.
Jack Amiel made the mistake
of putting Manassa Mauler in a
$12,500 claiming race, you see, and
that, in the eyes of the uninitiated,
makes him a cheap horse.
Well, if having run in a claimer
makes Manassa Mauler a bum,
so were the stretch running Sty Stymie
mie Stymie and Princequillo and quite a
list of others which went on to
be stickouts after being haltered.
Top Row, Marriage, Caballero II,
First Fiddle, Reveille Boy Ind An Andre
dre Andre and other' illustrious manes
which come to mind offhand.
Totally overlooked in the al alcounts.
counts. alcounts. of the Wood was the 'fact
that Manassa Mauler ran the mile
and an eighth in 1:49 3-5, extra-
ordinary around the sharp JR-,
main turns and the second fast fastest
est fastest time since the famous race
has been run at that distance.

A colt turning in that kind of
performance is richly qualified to
win any three-year-old race 'over
any route and Manassa Mauler is
bred to run all day.
Only Bold Ruler's 1:48 4-5 was
faster in the Wood. The Mauler
got around there quicker than
such renowned colts as Native
Dancer, Nashua in his remarkable
battle with Summer Tan, Correla Correlation
tion Correlation and Jewel's Reward. Emil
Dolce neglected to nominate him
for the Derby, but this one could
be heard from in The Preakness
and Belmont Stakes.
Totally overlooked also was Ma ManaSsa
naSsa ManaSsa Mauler's beautiful breeding.
He has the blood of three Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky Derby winners--Reigh Count,
Count Fleet and Count Turfand
is out of Escalade, which was sir sired
ed sired by the great Sir Gallahad 3d.
He had won three races and work worked
ed worked in better than 1:12 just before
the Wood. And the punters let
him get away at 64-to-1.
Manassa Mauler was retarded
hv sore shins and having run him
previously for $7,500 Breeder-Own
er Amid did not believe anyone
would take a maiden at $12,500.
This despite the fact that Hirsch
Jacobs, who has repeatedly been
the nation's top trainer, warned
him against putting such a good goodlooking
looking goodlooking youngster in one too many
claimers.
As Jimmy Kilroe, racing secret secretary
ary secretary at New York tracks and San Santa
ta Santa Ahita, points out: "Horses move
up and down. There is now less
spread between an allowance
horse and a high-priced claimer.
A claiming race gives an owner
an opportunity to run a horse in
his own class. It also protects a against
gainst against an owner dropping a sune sunerich.
rich. sunerich. horse into a lower class for
the nuroose of winning a bet.
When he does that. he runs the
risk of losing the horse.'
Stymie. ran in claiming races 13
times after Hirsch Jacobs collcr collcred
ed collcred .him for $1,500, wound up NI
the world's 'greatest monor win winner
ner winner with $918.485. Princeouillo was
a no less incredible grab at $2.-
250. This fantastic international
hide won the Jockey Club Gold
Cup. has led the sires two or three
times-, Bull Hancock neddled his
son, Round Table. for $175,000 and
he is the, nresent leading money
winner with $1,363,$89.
Ton Row. taken for $3.500. boune
ed down in front in the $100,0011
Santa Anita Handicap. Marriage
was claimed first for S1.000, then
$1,400 and finally for $5.000, wound
bankine $210,090 on bad legs.
Caballero a $4 500' pick-up. could
beat' every bandican star of his
time exeept Seabiscult. First Fid Fiddle.
dle. Fiddle. collared for $2.50n, started
winning stakes. Reveille Boy,
which came ont of bush track
claimers. naid Ss5 to-1 beating Gal Gallant
lant Gallant Knight in the 1931 American
Derby. Andre. led away for $5,-
000. won stakes.
So. if havinc run in claiming
races brands Manassa Maoler as
P stumbling clown. the colt is in
distinguished company.

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CLASSIC CONTENDERS--Stete y Medio (left) and Quid too Ede
two of the most highly rated by the "experts" for todars $15,000
added one mile and five-eighths President of the Republic Classic
at the President Remon racetrack. Quidico, which will be ridden
by Jos trl loa. is in the best shape of his life for this race and
has been turning in sizzling workouts. Siete y Medio's backers
'will be counting on a usual bangup ride from leading Jockey
Braulio Baeza.

,Gun Club' Notes

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Eight shooters turned out for the Balboa Gun Club April
Smailbore Rifle match. Of these six, were juniors, so we shot
one division within the classification system.
As usual, the jtmiors had high-gun for the day and John
Turner was the man behind the gun. John fired a 727-19X ag aggregate
gregate aggregate and was also high-gun in three positions: prone, sit sitting
ting sitting and kneeling. That's preety fine shooting in any division.
Dunk Brown- was high-gun in the standing position with a
157-1X which wasn't bad if you consider the wind and the fact
that he beat the rest of us.
Since we had two Marksmen shooting, a prize was given to
himarksman for the aggregate. Jeff Hare took this Trize with a
632-8X.
The following is a listing of competitors and their scores:

Classification Prone. Sitting
Turner, John S 197-9X 198-8X
Hare, Jeff M 186-5X 179-2X
Blaney, Jack M 181-4X 140
Scott, Bill S 189-3X 185-2X
Stetser, Harry S 191-2X 182-3X
Brown, Duncan S 188-6X 183-4X
White, Al S 137-6X 182-1X
Laird, Duncan S 195-7X 192-6X

Kneeling Standing Aggregate
181-2X 151 727-19X
155-1X 112 632-8X
114-1X 96 531
181-2X 136-1X 691-8X
176-3X 151-2X 700-10X
162 157-1X 690-11X
169-1X 110-2X 648-10X
172 155 714-13X

Tomy Lee Survives Foul Claim
To Nose Out Sword Dancer
In Renewal Of Kentucky Derby

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LOUISVILLE, Mr.. May 2 --
(UPI).--Tomy Lee, the cheapest
horse Fred Turner, Jr. of Mid Midlad,
lad, Midlad, Tex. ever bought, streaked
along the rail in the stretch at
Churchill Downs today to win
the 85th.

Running of the $163,750 Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby despite a foul claim
against him.
Shoemaker, who won the
Kentucky Derby with Swaps in
1955 but lost the 1957 running
when he mis judged the finish
line while riding Gallant Man,
proudly took Tomy Lee into the
winner's circle. They hungh the
blanket of roses across the
withers of his gallant little
charger.
Men a foul was claimed
against Tommy Lee and for the
first time in the history of the
race ,the banket of roses was
removed from the winner.

Tomy Lee. and Sword Dancer
hooked up together shortly
after they rounded the turn into
the stretch. Fo ralmost the
entire lenght of the stretch
they battled shoulder to should shoulder,
er, shoulder, head and head, and finally,
with a winners purse of $119,650
hanging in the balance, nose
and nose.

But with Shoemaker slashing
and driving, it was the English Englishbred
bred Englishbred colt, who joined Omar
as the second foreigner to win,

Mutuel Dividends

FIRST RACE
1Pardine $3.20. $2.20
2Eros $2.60
SECOND RACE
1Bathina $34.20, $15.80
2Now Then $8
Pt Double: $94.20
THIRD RACE
1Tingat $8.60, $3.60
2Bugaba $4.80
FOURTH RACE
1Tanganica $17.60, $5.80
2Fo Befit $2.60
Quiniela: $13.
FIFTH RACE
1Bob (excluded from
betting).
2Doble Fib $6.80, $2.80
3Last Dust $2.40
SIGTH RACE
1-11ermelina $5, $2.80
2Doi la Flora $3.40
SEVENTH RACE
1Alcaraz $7.80, $3.80
2Alpina $4
Second Double: $24.40
EIGHTH RACE
1Last Moment $15.60, $3.40
2.Piccolh $2.40
Quit& la: 14.
1Hurlingham $2.60, $2,20
2Chatotero SU
One.Two: $10.60
TENTH RACE
1All $2.60, $2.20
2Rosita Marla $3
ELEVENTH RACE
1Sober View $19.60, $3.40
2Jaymah $2.40
Ont-Two: $44

who got to the finish line first1
Christopher T. ,Chenery's first
landing, the 1958 luvenkile cham champion,
pion, champion, was third, tw oand a
quarter lengths farther back
with Eddie Arcaro on his back.
First Landing, charging bet between
ween between horses on the turn into
the stralghtawav leading to
gold and glory, made a bold bid
to join the fight at the head
o fthe stretch. But he lacked
the punch to get into the bat battle.
tle. battle. Although he was a length
ahead of Mrs. Jacques Brauns Braunstein's
tein's Braunstein's Royal Orbit at the finish.

SCHEDULES MAJOR STAKES
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UPI).
Two big stakes events have been
announced for the Atlantic City
Race Track's 50-day meeting that
opens Aug., 10. The $100,000
World's Playground will be held
Sept. 12 and the $100,000 invita
tional United Nations Handicap
Sept. 19.

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US bantamweight Walt Ingram,
and Panama 118-potmd champion
Edwin Sykes were scheduled to
weigh in at 11 o'clock today for a
122-pound ten-round match at the
,
Colon Arena tonight.
Ingram, a 22-year-old Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Negro, arrived here a week
ago yesterday and has done most
of his training for tonight's fight
at the. Arena.
He had been scheduled to spar
at the National Gym Thursday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for the benefit of ,Panama
City fans the site was changed to
the Marafion Gym because the
National Gym was occupied with.
National Guard troops.
Obsarvars who saw, the, visit.,
or work mit at Marathon are
of the opinion that ha is a hard
hitter whose plodding style
differs from that of tho fast faststepping
stepping faststepping Sykes.
IngraM chalked up the most Im Important
portant Important victory of his career in
June, 1958, when he unanimously
decisioned Pappy Gault in a 12-
rounder to become US bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight king.
Since dethroning Gault however,
there has been some controversy
as to whether the tall scratmer is
still US monarch of his division.
In some Stateside boxing quarters
Toluco Lopez is regarded as the
champ.
Ingram who has traveled exten extensively,
sively, extensively, recently toured .the Philip Philippines
pines Philippines where he lost a unpopular
split verdict to Danny Kid. The of officials
ficials officials who saw the Kid beat In Ingram
gram Ingram were severely criticized in
the local press.
Sykes, who kayoed Toto lba lbarra
rra lbarra 18 months ago for the ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight championship of tho
Isthmus, has never bean beat beaten
en beaten by a foreigner.
In 17 pro bouts he has lost,only
thrice once to Tito Marshall and
twice to former 118-pclund champ
Melvin Bourne. Marshall, then a
bantam. is now a mediocre fighter
in the featherweight class,
Both particinants in tonight's
feature are tall, for bantam bantamweights.
weights. bantamweights. Sykes, the taller of the
two, stands at around five feet WA
inches, which Duts him about a
half-inch over his rival.
The match shapes ur as a battle
between a boxer-' (Sikes) and a
slugger (Ingrm).
Two six-rounders and a four fourrounder
rounder fourrounder complete the Joe (Red)
McLaughlin-program.

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of the far western frontier "THE THOUSAND HILLS," will
receive its local release next' weekend at 'the Bella Vista
Theatre. The 20th Century Fox CinemaSeope, Dann Color,
production is one of the most authentle Western stories
ever filmed and stars Don Murray, Richard, EganoLeo Re Remick,
mick, Remick, Patricia Owens and Stuart Whitman.
Produced by David Weisbart and directed 'by Richard
Fleischer, ,the picture casts Murrar in the lead role as the
young cowman. The part is a marked' change in pace for
Murray from tbe accountant he played in "The Bachelor
Potty," or the dope. addict of "A Battu' of Rain."
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ma drama 'features Egan, as the dapper gamblere-rancher who

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met a couple of months ago.
In the other match also slated
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GAMBOA Tony Curtis Janet Leigh
8:15 "THE PERFECT FURLOUGH"
In CinemaScope and Color

GA TUN '"DUEL AT APACHE WELLS" and
7:00 "AFFAIR IN RENO"

MARGARITA Debbie Reynolds Curt Jurgens
7:00 "THIS HAPPY FEELING"
In Cinema Scope & Color

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GUTHRIE'S BEST-SELLING WESTERN SAGA OF
"THE THOUSAND HILLS'

COMES NEXT IVEEK AT THE BELLA VISTA

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Tony-Thomas : Peter Seiko
Jessie Matthews June Plethora
Bernard Miles b Pupootoens
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"STOPOVER TOKYO"
In Cinema Scope and Color

Joan Collins Richard Burton
"SEA WIFE" In Cinema Scope Sz Color
Ralph Meeker Janice Rule
"A WOMAN'S DEVOTION"

YUL BRYNNER
ALSO SHOWINd MONDAY! 7:00 'p.m

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,Murray 'fights in a prolonged hand-to-hand battle which
may well be remembered as S. screen classic. As the
angel of the ,dance halt, Lee Remick plays a radically &if &ifJerent
Jerent &ifJerent sort of role. Treviously,rshe was the passionate
young bride' et "The Long Rot lunimer and the ,baton ,batontwirling
twirling ,batontwirling teenager of "A Face ;A The Crowd."
Filmed entirely inand around the Four Corers area
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drop backdrop the never-before-photographed Mountain lite Indian
Reservation, the old mining' town of Silvertown, Durango
and the broad plains of the nearby grazing lands.
Don't miss this Western saga, which plays next week weekend
end weekend at the DeLuxe Bella Vista-Theatre.

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larlat Posensylvalarlat 'llokyforme, modeni
barivoirionao,l, :half bovr,
--loore.:;, Gettysburg, four hoard
.;:t.,nrro,1: Neve York 437.50
-.Walk,: Ado ito-family ratos on
lleasst- Mary lio Form
;:1111.11,17fi
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OUSCS,
Aia
V4CAT1ON HOUSE in La Cris.,
ta all rooms air conditioned.
, From May 5th ,to July 5th.
:Wmiderful view grounds, ate.
1-411 3-1813 before 8:00 a.m.
roe after 5:00 p.m, For right
4As'erotiple only.
RENT2,9 Fumishod Pent.
WOK 3 bedmom, 3 tpth room,
0'041r:rot room, air conditioned.
-.;40 AV. just. Arosemena 31-44.
;1401k REENT: -- Completely
4..t modern furnished throe bed bedAvoom
Avoom bedAvoom house, two bath rooms,
,-garage. Tel. 3-2147, San Fran Fran.41.cisco,
.41.cisco, Fran.41.cisco, 97th Street East No. 18
'S175.00.
.
04AR RENT:Furnished three
7,los;drooms chalet, livingroom, din din1
1 din1 ,.4,ingroom, kitchen, garage, two
,,,olmthrooms, maid's room, porch,
,gareen. Residential zone El Car Car1st.
1st. Car1st. Ave. No. 88 Tel. 3-
2:. FDA RENT:--Vacation quarters
;04204 Ancon, 3 bedroom fur fur'
' fur' 4th May thru 20 Dec December,
ember, December, Phone 2-3651.
Gaits Iron leave? Beach home on
IChesapeare Bay in Virginia, avail available
able available from July 29th to end of
season. Throe aaaaa sand beach,
-all 4utilities. For information call
Canal Zone 3-2915 or write Box
- 4 317, Margarita, C.Z.
FOR RENT: Large, completely
, furnished house next to El Can Cangrejoc
grejoc Cangrejoc three bedrooms largo
,,,, yard covered patio (Bo lio) lune,
44111' Ond August. Collo 61 No,
402 ...TA, 3-6055.
IF911 RENT:-, Nouse No. 310
--,4ocated in 16 Street Rio Abell),
consisting it I hedrooma,'Sitting
- 'and dining rooms, large kitchen,
,,,
- 2 "etches, price reasonalN.
WANTED
ha-WANTED: --, Shrimp Boat
re!tariegters. Deco -Marine. End
01'e 4th St. San Francisca.- Tel.
' t')-2639.
WANTEED: Ono Ittheel chair.
F"ICall Corozal-213C and Panama
444-4018 atter 1600 Mts.
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4 EVUJEEN'S PRINCE?...
t 1 Romantic Romans are hoping'
0 that Princess Soraya, ex-wife
i of the Shah of Iran 'marries
;1 Italian Prince Raimondo Or OrI,
I, OrI, sini, Ift, above. OrStni lives in
', ii a ROA) palace.
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LIFE INSURANCE
.eali
JIM RIDOE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rates and informatione
Tel. Panama 24551
Monday thru Priday
OM a.m. to 1209
2:011 p.m. ta 5:06
Saturdayt COI Lin. to 12:OI
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Listen To
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IMO p.m
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HOO-YeN
- et Every Sunday

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!THUM'S 0011118e Cables FOR RENEI,..-a Campo Alegre,
;Sante Clan 1E. de P. Plseee Ps furnished ono bedroom Moot- ' '' .' I
' Apartments I I Automobiles I I Miscellaneous I
.7
FOR SALE: -- 1956 4-door FOR SALE: -- 12 cubic feet up.
Plymouth "6" very good condi-, right freezer 2 years old $325.- I
Ilona 1-11177 &Webs! 1A673. n inset Now furniture, hot water, tion. good tires $1100.00. Call 00 like new. New 'compressor
A,
' t . :' !pekoe), CaH 3-4789.
.eostee cottagee. between' santn Ft. Gulick 561 Qtrs. 539-A. and motor. Call 3-1813 before
II:00 a.m. or !After 5:00 p.m.
!Pen end Rie Hee. Nsw kow FOR, ItENTI Modern apart- FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
, Testes.f, Photo ilet,bee 1366. meet throe bedrooms, two batik! 4-doot sedan, excellent condi- FOR SALE: Two year old
, ., t; ,yaiirtion rim historic psonsylva; mama. mid,' mom,. wash toba. tion, must sell immediately will GI. automatic dryers, $150.00.
' Susie bet water 1150.00. t' sacrifice. Call ilf-4257 or. 84- Phone 86-3143.
4 II" larlil ''llakY-larni''' "mien "41 'B ildi ti i bi A,, 3291. -------- -
. totiverdence,l, no .' half hoort,,, 81 m el. use 0 -- FOR SALE: -- Serval Electris
, 41,eitc,Gettysbot, tour a 0 II. r 2, M.. April's Avenue, ,6.1, CA, egrele.
FOR SALE: Bukk 56 Special Wifreeser top, $130.00. boys
torvre New York 437.50 Inqu" Pattinsuf 'IL 4' 2-door, hard top, miltage 14,. and girls bikes, $10,eacit, Barn.
1- -, -------' ,-' 3
' '16, Adults,family rates on 000. Very good condition, boo couch. Call Balboa 1432
leslesst. Moyne Form.Nige. FOR RENT; -... Lovely two bolf..
morn aparlment In Campo Ale; $1350.00 Phone 3-2375. after four or weekends. d
1, .Atillo. it, ,, gra Phone office 2-1460, home
FOR SALE: --- 19511;Vaushall FOR SALE:--Treasure Detector,.
i 3-5749.
o, 4-door sedan, very good condi; largo electric clock, small 60 cy.
'kr' ..' House '- ---- 1 '
,f.,i-4 r , s,: ;, ,-; FOR RENT -..- I ish I tw Ba 5
tion Can arrange terms. 0599-AT- cis genirrator, 30' Wiechester
A Ph 11 O bl in rrel shot gun, 6
. um e vano treet, neon., ono r1 e, ou to -a

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,
, V4CAT1ON
ta all room
From May
'Wonderful 1
3-181:
eh', ft r
tit, a or a 1
t4s.c,rotiplit only
FOR RENT:
91( house 3 bei
Osittinployer ire
Ak4). just.
-0FOlk REEN1
modern fur
Asoom house
garage. Tel.
.4 masc., 97th
'44175.00.
REN1
,7,loridrooms ch
k
,,,bethrooms,
.garden. Res'
..i,onon. 1st. A
t
2? FOR RENT:
'
, 04204 Am
mishit. 4th
ember. Phoi
Goineen
IChesapeare 1
slits from J
season. Thu
4utilities.
Canal Zone
- 4 317, Marga
FOR RENT:
, furnished hr
grejo threi
,,,, yard, (Dram
4411Y end Ai
4,02 -.Tok, 3-
FOR RENT:.
located in 1
consisting oi
and dining
- 2 perches,
4
t hs-WANTED:
r!t.arp)eRters.
PI tril'of 4th St.
' t',3-2639.
wg WANTEED:
F1'11Call Corozal
444-401 8 ate

i 1 ,-.4p, 7 1 tRAWFORD ACENCIES. 1 netnei btars" is a sing-1 !dal. Robert Kendrick. Jean Kpnt i I bint;e .1,duw utpy ,11,7. OTE zroz.
moo& tirrs7 Ines tixture

li ,.....,,,,,,... ..,.., ---- ---- ------ ---- - int group of grade school children "A" HONOR ROLL
ir ,-:, ,', - Ave. 18-20. Tel 2-1905.
..r1."' ,-
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s.4.
-',.r
..., directed by Mi,ss Judith Stewart,
Having trouble with your TV, music director and pianist, of
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE- the church.
''----" ''."'' VISION 'Custrimer's satisfactiort Activities at, the church for inn'
, Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
'-..-' -. ,f,,.E ,V Home service. phoot 3,7607
, , , enema. 9 cm. 'to 10 p.m. this week, announced the pastor.
he Rev. Waldaba H. Stewart,
will include the following:
David Kimberling, Wanda Xinnett, er.. ,.,,, .., a .,10,, ,, 1
Katherine Knowles, Michael Le- ','-V!';73- ..,Nt!IT-Ar-,::7,'"
Paula Badonsky, Robert Coff- Brun, Ruth Litwin, Marlene Luhr, ..f. ,' ., '-'. ''..,':;:l .:,,
Frank Finlason, Susan Gar- Robert Lytle, Margaret MacCon- ,,,,,,
fMary Howe, Mary Kelly. Mary nell, Patricia MacKay, James Mc- f -- : .. ,;.;::-,
,ear'chen, Eugene L
Mallahan, Margie Morris,
infore, Melinda, Mahan, Margaret Mahoney, She She.
. She. Tom Pe- ryl McKinney, Gail Meltzer, Tita e,,,I:lie"'111"17"..-4: .' eague game
his way g
t ., -4it.,:r. 0 Through six seasons he h te
,. ,,:,i, i more than 300 innings eac
''','''''.::- I with a gruelling high of 347 in in11
11 in11 nines in 1953. wioweng the rest nail so ofteii,"' : ..
nd rubber-armed he explained. "Possibly th a t
thrsouah 3,154 innmgs. might be one of the causes. But
But the handsome Michigan
hurled Whatever it is, I'm sure we Can
rm make whatever changes are nec :'.
essary."
The baseball brains it see
mS
had Mr; Roberts all ;vrong. Al
,
, . x,-... Sunday is designated as a day rantie Susan Roberts, Xaye Ser- Milas, Leslie Missal'. Tim Moore,
;;.-E4f1'40K ri t, '' 1 St t (I t d'd 't hit the panic
,I, I, a e gra ua e i n
- ,f., B b a Slotkin Andrea Phil Moseley, Harry Munyon, ,.... ,. 4.-
geant, ar nr
, Of prayer and fasting. Each button.
-,,,:". , ,,-4,r,14-,.- si si,
, si, ;11'",4 Tarflinger, Christina Vogt, Carol Charles Neal, Maryann Nita, Al- -s ,:',
fa il i asked t e in
Illet"
; .,i --,' -.' ,'' -.. '', :.' -,,,... ,-
1 Commercto
. 1 Sites church m y s o b g 1
the day at 6 a.m. with family al- Wents en fred Osborne, Sheila Osborne, John Faces New Crisis
Oster, Robert Panzer, 3ohn Pater- .0,-,:: Roberts simply re-evaluated the ,,,,,,,
trf.
' , tar. Sunday- School will he'd at
9:45 followed at 11 a.m. by Divine "B" HONOR ROLL son; &...,-. controllable weapons he had and ; i ,,,,..:7',-:',:,-t:. ,!,,,
.
!, ',tit ,; ,
' '' ' FAR RENT: Prefessitinal or
Joe Peddrick Lynda Perez, 4- settled on a new ratio for the de- 4? i -;j, ,14,,,,,,,
, Worshlip and the Lord's Supper. 0,,,,,,,,
, ,
' commercial office on ground floor Duchess Adams, Pat A
hr Gail Doug Pries
ter Jamie Purdie, Con- -0'
--'''t, ; .'''si livery of his fast ball, his curve ,:, ,, .- !::::.:..11 ,. -,; .. ,.
V ''
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,
-t, .,.,, , ... Gospel service at 7:15 p.m. will -44 ,- .
- . ,, ,i 1 ificio Urracd, corner Ave. Bel
- Albritton, Thomas Alves, Barbara nie Pustis, Frank PeVrson, Becky ... 0,, .1
,- and h hangeun. It swept him ',i-:',:', ---'14"44,;',.,
is c ..,
close the day of worship.
It' 4,- ,,-:., ., .,,,,.....,,.. ,, boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square :On Monday night Youth Peo- r g
Ar erenon G. r e ta Augustine, Powelson; Glenda Prunty, Perry ' III'''. back last season as a 17-game 0: 5611.;-1412...
meters, $125.00. Call Panama rile's Society will be held and Louise Bailey Raymond Joyce Rogers Roger '
fraim Aymat, ,, .
- winner no mean feat when per- ,:i ..:.,e:::--- s..
IVP .. :.e.:.ik::: .'ikiO44,-Wr 1-7038. Wedneada
. y mid week Christian
n Jerry Banks, Lynn Baum, Flo- Rowe, Dian,. Salazar, Katherine forming for one of the league's ::;.;,...... ,:::.2.1,:V.;,,.. ''
'-
1 b R b t Bauman, sanial, William Schmidt, Judy
rerace Bar our, o er tilEIR MAN Charlts E. more inept teams.
- Fellowshi All ular .' :. '''''..1:::' '. .e ) '' : :
.!ei' '',J- ,.,,, T FOR HIRE: Space for office p. reg week-day Penny Baunbach, Arden Bennett, schlatrer. joan sehmert, Ricky Rivett-Carnac, 57, is Canada's Now there is another crisis - ,.,- .,;. ..... .. ,......,;..;,2,. , ; ,.
'
1 '.,-!.,, ..k.,.. -i" or warehouse. Call Pinturas 1st- meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.
Connie Bernhart, Cristina Bernsee, Selby, Tavia Sewill, Wendell Sh-e- J. Edgar Hoover. He's' new facing him as he enters a Phila. .....'-.:4-:;-i.4 -.. .,6,,t,f
A,
, A''' Eli meiias. Tels. 2-344 and 2-0857. Vilma Bernsee. Judy terry, Shiir- pard, Barbara Slotkin, William commissioner of the Royal delphia hospital today for a check- ,..tir.-,.-::,':... ,:..:4;,...,-- --..,,r
.r ,, DAM WORKERS FREED ley BeverlY, Mardell Bittick, Ro- snyder, valerie Spencer, MarY Canadian Mounted Folic l'.
up on a back spasm which hit 6..,..!i,,,i:,,-..- ..-.. .... ,,,,.i ', ., 2....
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4 itVIUEEN'
- ',.:P41-4:'. ,,,,;,e0t,
4stb '11'
t E S PRINCE?--
, Romantic Romans are honin Meetings
Meiling Of Chinas
: that pri s 5 A special meeting, at the Chung
mess OTSYS., OXWife w h 1
1 of the Shah: of Iran marries
a Italian Prince Raimondo Or Or.
. Or. li stint, ;7, above. Orsini lives in
11 a .Kung Soo wi I be held this on the miho ;E-s-am
e Chinese Colony are
, Ili a Roma.palace. - :- a en
1 411. MIBORO, Japan (UPI)--Rescue bert Boatwright, Robert Bohannon, Stallwrth, JoYce Svrnson, Jane
workers yesterday brought to safe Jean BosWell, James Brewer, Ro- Tuckerman, Kenneth Underwood, I him in Wendesday night's game ' ,, ; '.:;,-.,?: t14.,$.,-,' -,,,
agaenst the Dodgers.
li is ,01,-'' '''-::;it, -.; :-;-: ,
ty 23 workers who had been bert Burgener, Eileen Buxton, Susie Unrau, Betty VanDyke, Mar- All-Star games could be tlaye in "I've had this thing, whic : . v, s.....
trapped by a cave-in for 42 hours Youn Ca e Carlyn Calhoun, Peg- tin Van W
nearly one mill. insid t g g
nnel gy, Cassibry, Laura Colber ean- er ee e
preojeact unear nie Colburn, Philippe eooper;
eyemng at 7:30 All mei.ithis of iere, Authorities said all the res- Mary Coutts, Sally Cramer, Che- m a
thtt d invited to cued
., Men were found uninjured ryl J. Crawford, Buddy Dempsey,
. ind- hi. good spirits. Sohn Donaldson, Lnda Donley., inkle Fred Wells, Ro- the same mid-summer reak in actually a tightened muscle, two ,,k,F;e--, :11.!--, :. ,,, ;.,,,,, ,-;
t J b t Wit I r Esther Whitney. July. They would be played in or three years off and on," he 1.-'-...V.,,,:,,:,',4,;:t.::(:,,,,,,::4s',,, ,., -'-- ,,.' -.- t. ..
ii each year.
ajors To Consider th
different sections bi the country explained. "It isn't painful.. .6. ,,,.. ,..4,-,!,,,,;-:,., ,,,,,.,- ;, I .- ,, ..
simply limits my pitching motion. : ... -,....,::, ,wg ,,,,, ,,., ;,,,.,., .,
Under the current All-Star plan, But this is the worst it has ever : .' -....-, -"'--N.,..s,,,,,,,..,---,,,,,
e players 60 per cent share of been." :,',, ,,,,,,,,... ,,.. : -y4-.-c- 7 .'.:! ,--- ,
,
l'' :4,-.-25. j:.,;40.;.-. 4: :'.' 32 be Das' Pitcned in 436 maior

, ', I Ellen Douglas, Jonnie Dyer, RI- Luc au,vtFLa isua tali v,;uy num tilu IL CS cALreinciy ulmui uiligt lic t,...v,. ,r4 ..,:, ;1 ,,,,,
players' pension fund. Proceeds admits, because of the fear that .,:., 7.No...,..,, x --ti:-:
, chard Ebdon, Carla Eitel', Carol Pronosal For Two ,, .,,,,s,.,,,,,,,.. .,,,,,...
wsoovriiedt wvocarallisit, tuorvisa Do. riot.... ,,; ,,,.,,,,,
, iv G,.. Farbman, George Fitzgerald, Mir MirPRIMA
PRIMA MirPRIMA DONNA The first .:-,";
, from the additional game would it could ,become chronic.
be used for the premotion of am- He also finds this muscular
Flumach, Keith Frederick,
ateur baseball, the Old-Timers' threat "disgusting," because using
' -,
Assn., and pension, and o t h e r those same pitcher which carried
hanova wilt make a concert
nEau nci sa Lroine em, aMr gi cahrae et I Gl'a rue oi ae: GDai la; All Star Games
Baseball purposes to be decided later. him to stardom, he has had a fine -,'.' ', :
tour of the U.S. ) ',' ,', ',,
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izAvit TO111 Ab wYnt 0111 OP OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 12-27 S'eSEET,PANAMA -AIRRERIA PRELIM0T Simet lije. 1S AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICAEIONEDNo. 3 Lottar1 PIUS CASA ZALD0.-Ceatral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 Le Carrasquilla PARHAM LOH.
RAR00-41o. 2I Street MOXRISON...4th of July Ave. 4 litEls LEWIS SERVICAAve. 'Melt Ne. PARHAM ESTADOS UNIDOS-149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Awe. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANG Pee. 4o is Ono Jive. No. 41 FOTO DOMY.losto Arosementr Amot end SS St. FAR FARHAC1A4AN
HAC1A4AN FARHAC1A4AN DER J1S-61 Street No. 53 EARMACIA EL RATURROParase Letevre 1 Street PARHAM "SAS"Via Porno 111 NOWAADES ATMS
said. vista rbestro and Brandi at blinhual duper Market on XIS &Peas. COLON.OFFIC 1501 and Amadoe Guerrero No. 14221 -d TeL 43L

11 Aliar.tments
- FOR REN11,, Camps Alegre,
furnished ens ,liedreem apatt
plow, New, furniture, het water,
- Isakony. CaH 3.1789.
FOR, ItENTI Modem apart apartmeat
meat apartmeat throe botireoms, two bathc
rooms, maict's room,. wash tubs'.
Amnia, hot -water, 1150.00.
".012a Buittliap,1 Eusebio
Morales Avenue, Els Caner.
Enquire apartmeort No.' 2.
FOR RENT; Lovely two bad bad'
' bad' teem apaAment in Campo Alm;
gra. Phonn offics 2-11460. home
3-5749.
1
4 to
FOR REt4T: -furnished twill
stradroam apartmant, hot water,
all conveniences 43th Streat No.
2. Tel. 3-7678.
FOR RENTi 8eautifouty fur furnished
nished furnished 3 bedroom apartment
Madura Bui Idiot Cangreio.
May 15th 'to Septembar 15th.
Tel. 3-1892 COO a.m. to 7:00
- P.m.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment. living-dining room,
balcony, maid's room, El Can.
pejo. Eusebio Morales Ace. Vic Victoria
toria Victoria Apartments, Tel. 3-7138.
FOR RENTICompletely fur furnished
nished furnished mod-ern apartment in Ro Rolla
lla Rolla Vista. Excellent location. Two
bitirooms, large living room,
balcony, dining room, two baths
with cold & hot water, garage,
phone. For information 2-0024
or 3-7955.
FOR RENT:Furnithed apart apartment;
ment; apartment; Army approved, clean,
modern building, ient lo location.
cation. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living room, -dining
mom, kitelien, garage, hot wa water.
ter. water. Phone 4-3716. "F" Street
No. 20, Congrelo. Enquire apart apartment
ment apartment 4.
I
KMIEM
Rooms
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
nicely furnished room. Private
bath, meals If desired. Call
3-1789.
1 FOR RENT: -- 'Clean furnisip6
ad room, cooking facilities
Bachelor or childless couple.
43rd Street No. 13.
SERVICES 1
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. Hi-fi Transitors
, specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We ousr ousrantes
antes ousrantes it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION 'Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama.,9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Commercial Sites I
Wit RENT: Professitinal or
commercial office on around floor
Idificio Urraci, corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 8125.00. Call Panama
1-7038.
FOR HIRE: Space for office
or warehouse Call Pinturas istmei-Sas.
'Nis. 2-344 and 2-0857.
Meetings
Meiling Of Chinos
A special meeting at the Chung
Wah Kong Soo will be held this
evening at 7:30 Ali members of
the Chmese.Colony are invited to
attend.

rwin a2 np. svinruue, i Y25
11 The "Bethel Stars" of the
IBethel Mission Church in Para-
--. motor. 746-A.
)
SERVICES 1 iso will sponsor a special Mother's Seventeen students in th Balboa Gibbon, Janis Gilly, Sandra Hal HalDay
Day HalDay program on Sunday, May 10, Junior High School received an liday, Lerlene Hayden, Jane '''''''.77,1;; '-
Beat I at 3 p.m.
"A" average during the fifth Hearne, Heiman Henriquez, Sari- . ,,,,,,ott,,,,,,,,,,,.. N.NN
End
Tel. TELEVISION SERVICE The "stars" will be featured on marking period of the school term, ta Heres, Anayansi Herrera, Allen Os
the program in rectations, dia- it was announced by the Division itesters, David Hodge, Gerald M. .''' '..k,,,., N
'
TV. Radios. Hi-fi Transitors
,
. a. m kes iogues and vocal numbers. of Schools. Hodge, Martin Holmes, Diana la- .: ; ,.; s $' i
. specialist. We service aii , ''':RA :;',, t,
All mothers attending the pro- The names of those students who nole, Norine Jones; -, 5,..a;k:s...' .1
ltair. and models. We don't pretend to
gram will be given special recog- are hated on the "A" and "B" Carol Kapinos, Kathy Kascher,
IIIMI guarantee our work. We min- aillea. honor rolls follow: Anne Kaska, Roger Kat, Joy Ken- ......,..,,,:. 4.. .,,,, 1
antes it.

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AUTOMOBILE. FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personrel
Finance Four New Or
, Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
; LOW RATES UP TO 36 51o,,',,
on new cars
, AGENCY DEHLINLIER
, No. 43 Automobile Row
,Phons 34981 3-4935
AIL Types of Auto Insurance'
BL6K AGECIES
315th Streot Just Aronentena
Avettmo; Building First National
' City Iles of New York 'breath)
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announces Ito now telephone
numberat
11-3397 and 3-72511

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,, ,Phono 11-1981.1w1-49115 :'
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plants ,in his carefully cultivated huloPendent; organizatlin engalle datein late July or August ane'd
. ill to ma .. garden were mariluana. ' : restarch','Aind education 'in the rertainiy not in September." THE REPUBLIC OF PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE. 111E
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1 announces niutambilerawt telephone
I 11-3397 and 3-72511
1 ee x0 eZ yr c 1:1 le r ryeadr d g uf oe re t gomgusesitir ilt: 1 tti ni
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FOR SALE: -- 1956 4-iocit
Plymouth "6" very ioo condi.
tier,. good tires $110000. Cs
Ft. Gulick 561 Qtrs. 539-A.
FOR SAU: 1955 Plymouth
4-doos sedan, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, must sell immediately will
( sacrifice. Call 114-4257 or. 84-
FOR SALE: Buick 56 Special
2-door, hard top, mileage K..
000. Very good ;ondition.
$1350.00 Phone 3-2375.
FOR SALE: 195S;Vauxhali
4-door sedan, very good condi.-
tion Can Arsenio' terms 0599-0VB3Valle
Street, Amnon., norm
Balboa, 2-2744 or 2-6162,
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker'
Commander, new tires, new
krakes, good mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Call 86-3297 or 86-
4289.
FOR SALE: 1913 Ford
Station Wagon, automatic shift.
excellent shape, $700.00, Tele.
phone Balboa 3551.
FOR SALE:--Black 1951 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Impala rtible. Sligthy
over 400 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Power steering b. breaks,
wonderbar radio, dual exhaust
system, white side walls, call
Balboa 2336.
FOR SALE:-.-1955 ,2 door Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, hydrornstic, radio, two
tone, excellent condition. Tel.
Balboa 183,5 or house 800-D.
Tevemills
, FOR SALE: Wartime Willy,
Jeep. Everything works. Duty
paid, $399 cash quick. Burnham
Los Rios 2-1654.
FOR SAM-1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles, duty paid, gall 3-
'7435 evenings.
FOR SALE: 1955 Porch
Coupe, red $1,995., Call Navy
3682.
FOR SALE: 4-- 1952 Buick
Special 4-door Standard Shift,
radio, new tires, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $400.00. Call Panama
3-0319 during office hours or
Balboa 2914 evenings.
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'Bethel Mars'
To Sing At Para's
On Mothers' Day
The "Bethel Stars" of the
Bethel Mission Church in Para Paraiso
iso Paraiso will sponsor a special Mother's
Day program on Sunday, May 10,
at 3 p.m.
The "stars" will be featured on
the program in rectations, dia dialogues
logues dialogues and vocal numbers.
All mothers attending the pro program
gram program will be given special recog recognition.
nition. recognition. The "Bethel Stars" is a sing singing,
ing, singing, group of grade school children
directed by Mi,ss Judith Stewart,
music director and pianist, of
the church.
Activities at the church for
this week, announced the pastor.
the Rev. Waldaba H. Stewart,
will include the following:
Sunday is designated as a day
Of prayer and fasting. Each
church family is asked to begin
the day Rt 6 a.m. with family al altar.
tar. altar. Sunday- School will held at
9:45 followed at 11 a.m. by Divine
Worshlip and the Lord's Supper.
Gospel service at 7:15 p.m. will
close the day of worshio.
'On Monday night Youth Peo Peotile's
tile's Peotile's Society will be held and on
Wednesday mid-week Christian
Fellowship. All regular week-day
meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.
DAM WORKERS FREED
MIBORO, Japan (UPDRescue
workers yesterday brought to safe
ty 23 workers who had been
trapped by a cave-in for 42 hours
nearly one mile inside a tunnel
on the Miho ,Dam project near
Iere, Authorities said all the res rescued
cued rescued men were found uninjured
'Ind- hi good spirits.
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Co. Military
For the same basic low NM
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama ;
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ATTRACTS POLICE TOO
,,SAN FICRISTANDO, Calif. (tTPI)
Seybert, 21, told police
last mght he'd had no idea those
plants,in his carefully cultivated
garden were marijuana.
- "I'm rabbit htmter," he said.,
"A guy tan ins these seeds and,
fold me they, would attack
the rabbits I ean shoot."
BUT NO TURNKEY
BUDLEItill SALTERTON, Eng,
land (UPI)For rent today is al
stout seaside residence with two
cozy barred guest rooms and ,an
exercise yard for the guests. It's
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FOR SALE: -- 12 cubic foot up
right Nazar 2 years old $325.-,
00 him new. Now 'compressor
and motor. Call 3-1113 befits,
S:00 a.m. or attor 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: --, Two year old
G.E. automatic dryers, $150.00.
Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: -- Serval Electris
Wfreezer top, $130.00. boys
and girls bikes, $10,eacit, Bain.
boo couch. Call Balboa 1432
after four or weekends.
FOR SALE:Treasure Detectbr,
large electric clock, small 60 cro
cis genbrator, 30' Wiechestet
rifle, Double barrel shot gun, 6
volt auto generator, radios, TN
sets, small phone amplifiers,
used tubes, part and speakers.
Phone Woo lems, Balboa 2692.
FOR SALE:---lowers for Duptiot
House 1578--A. Tot. 2-1282.
FOR SALE:--1 typewriter,,Royal
14" pica type, rust resistant ex.
cellent condition, 1 clarinet,
ebony, excellent condition wimu
sig stand. 1 RCA, phonograph,
cabinet style, wradio, almost
new Bogen 20 amplifier, new
diamond needle and new VM
tunable. Excellent buy. I almost
new wardrobe suitcase. 1 ladies
suitcase, like new. t over night
bag, very good condition, Call 2-
2440.
FOR SALE:Ono 21" RCA TY.
Call Balboa 1503.
FOR SALEE:-24 inch boy's W.
cycle with new tires ind tubes
Ft. Clayton 5-140.
New shipments Rattan basket
saucer chairs and rockers, dining
chairs, Chinese porcelainwere and
thousands of other intriguing
items LLIM's 40 Autorow.
Lessons
Spanish Classes Spanish Clas Classes.
ses. Classes. Every spy except Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Sundays, morning,'
afternoon and evening cl
Panamanian-North American As.
sociation. Peru Avenue No. 66.
Tel. 3-7963 (near Bella Vista
Theatre).

17 Balboa ,Junior High
Students Make 'A' Roll

Seventeen students In the Balboa
Junior High School received an
"A" average during the fifth
marking period of the school term,
it was announced by the Division
of Schools.
The names of those students who
are listed on the "A" and "B"
honor rolls follow:
"A" HONOR ROLL
Paula Badonsky, Robert Coif CoifYnan,
Ynan, CoifYnan, Frank Finlason, Susan Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Mary Howe, Mary Kelly. Mary
Lerchen, Eugene 'Adore, Melinda,
Mallahan, Margie Morris, Tom Pe Perantie,
rantie, Perantie, Susan Roberts, Xaye Ser Sergeant,
geant, Sergeant, Barbara Slotkin, Andrea
Tad linger, Christina Vogt, Carol
Vents ler.
"B" HONOR ROLL
Duchess Adams, Pat Ahr, Gail
Albritton, Thomas Alves, Barbara
Argerenon, G.r e ta Augustine,
Efraim Aymat, Louise Bailey,
Jerry Banks, Lynn Baquie, Flo Florence
rence Florence Barbour, Robert Bauman,
Penny Baunbach, Arden Bennett,
Connie Bernhart, Cristina Bernsee,
Vilma Bernsee. Judy terry, Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Beverly, Mardell Bittick, Ro Robert
bert Robert Boatwright, Robert Bohannon,
Jean Boswell, James Brewer, Ro Robert
bert Robert Burgener, Eileen Buxton,
Young Cage. Carlyn Calhoun, Peg Peggy,
gy, Peggy, Cassibry, Laura Colbert, Jean Jeannie
nie Jeannie Co 'burn, Philippe Cooper;
Mary Coutts, Sally Cramer, Che Cheryl
ryl Cheryl J. Crawford, Buddy Dempsey,
Sohn Donaldson, Lynda Donley,
Ellen Douglas, Jonnie Dyer, Ri Richard
chard Richard Ebdon, Carla Elia, Carol
Farbman, George Fitzgerald, Mir Mirtorte
torte Mirtorte Flumach, Keith Frederick,
Eunis Friese, Michael Fu lop. Dia Diana
na Diana Gannon, Margaret Garcia, Gale
Supply 61 Community
Services Director
Leaving For US
Leslie A. Ferguson, Panama
Canal supply and community ser services
vices services director, will leave the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Monday by plane for the
nite&Atates where he will attend
the seventh the-Brookings Ins Institution
titution Institution conferences for executives
in the federal services.
The conferences are to be hell
between May 10 'and 31 in Wil Williamsburg,
liamsburg, Williamsburg, Va.
The Brookings Institution is an
independent,' organizatlin engegcl
'restarchs'and education 'in the
social .stienes.., Its principal pur purposes
poses purposes are, tti aid in the develop development
ment development of sound public policies and
to privide advanced training for
Students in the social sciences.
'Ferguson is the third member
of the Canal organization to at attend
tend attend Brookings Insijtution con conferences.
ferences. conferences. Others ,stere Merrill
Whitman, secretary of the Pana Panama'
ma' Panama' Cangl CI. in Washington, D.
C. 'end Edward A. Doolan, person personnel
nel personnel director

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Home.Articles
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
, furniture and appliances of
- titres bedroom' apartment. Bar Bargain
gain Bargain prices. Urgently. Telephone
3-7990.
, FOR SALE: SIMMONS
'Hide-a-bed" sofa in gaselier
condition. Titi. Clairton el12.
FOR SALERefrigerator $90;
Stove $90; Frier $11; Hollywood
double bed $60; Steam iron $9;
Vacuum cleaner $48; 91112 rug
and pad $30; Mahogany desk
23; photo equipment, plants, ac accept
cept accept highest bid by tomorrow,
leaving. Tel. 3-6526.
Fin SALE:--Vie leave, double
bed, mattress; Hi-Fi radio-records
player; bar with wheels; basket
soh; child's basket chair; high
chair; crib, mattress, child's
chest of drawers and bathinette.
Phone Panama 3-0595 34th St.
No. 3-44:
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FOR SALL-9 cu. ft, Westing.
house refrigerator, new 60 cycle
motor $50.00; 3 drawer solid
oak chest $10.00. 0777-D Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson Place, phone Balboa
1681.
FOR SALLAlmost new 12
pounds Maytag automatic wash washer,
er, washer, $195.00; gas stove, $50.00;
dining set $85.00, 8 pc., bed bedroom
room bedroom set, $175.00. Call Tel. 37
7990.
FOR SALE: Upholstered States
chair. Radio-record player. Cafe-style
marble-topped table
with 2 chairs bencifes, lamgs.
pillows, ceramics, bed, mattrets,
kitchen utensils. Balboa .1309
0431-L Frangipani street
FOP SALE: Frigidaire, 9 ft.,
porcelain, inside and out 4-year
old. Balboa 1309 043I-L.
Frangipan.I Street.
Expert typist wanted by Amer American
ican American firm. dood knowledge Eng English.
lish. English. Male, single, under 25.
Write to P.O. Box 133, Panama
City.
Gino'
liday,
Hearn
ta Het
Hester
Hodge
nole, I
Car(
Anne
Gibbon, Janis Gil ly, Sandra Hal Halliday,
liday, Halliday, Lerlene Hayden, Jane
Hearne, Heiman Henriquez, Sari Sarita
ta Sarita Heres, Anayansi Herrera, Allen
'testers, David Hodge, Gerald M.
Hodge, Martin Holmes, Diana la lanole,
nole, lanole, Norine Jones;
Carol Kapinos, Kathy Kascher,
Anne Kaska, Roger Kat, Joy Ken Kendal,
dal, Kendal, Robert Kendrick, Jean Kent,
David Kimberling, Wanda Kinnett,
Katherine Knowles, Michael Le LeBrun,
Brun, LeBrun, Ruth Litwin, Marlene Luhr,
Robert Lytle, Margaret Mac Con Connell,
nell, Connell, Patricia MacKay, James Mc McMahan,
Mahan, McMahan, Margaret Mahoney, She Sheryl
ryl Sheryl McKinney, Gail Meltzer, Tita
Milas, Leslie Missal'. Tim Moore,
Phil Moseley, Harry Munyon,
Charles Neal, Maryann Nita, Al Alfred
fred Alfred Osborne, Sheila Osborne, John
Oster, Robert Panzer, 3ohn Pater Paterson;
son; Paterson; Joe Peddrick, Lynda Perez,
Doug Priester, Jamie Purdie, Con Connie
nie Connie Pustis, Frank PeVrson, Becky
Powelson; Glenda Prunty, Perry
Raymond, Joyce Rogers, Roger
Rowe, Dian; Salazar, Katherine
Sanial, William Schmidt, Judy
Sehlatter. Joan Se li-mert, Ricky
Selby, Tavia Sewill, Wendell She Shepard,
pard, Shepard, Barbara Slotkin, William
Snyder, Valerie Spencer, Mary
Stallwrth, Jo Yce Svrnson, Jane
Tuckerman, Kenneth Underwood,
Susie Unrau, Betty Van Dyke, Mar Martin
tin Martin Van Winkle. Fred Wells, Ro Robert
bert Robert Wheeler, Esther Whitney.
Majors To Consider
Pronosal For Two
1111-51ar Games
NEW YORK (UPDBaseball
Commissioner Ford Frick an announced
nounced announced yesterday the 16 major
league club owners will consider
a suggestion by National League
player representative Robin Rob Roberts
erts Roberts that two All-Star games be
played each year instead of the
traditional one.
If the players, who are to be
polled by Roberts'', veteran pitcher
of the Philadelphia Phil lies, and
the 16 owners approve the extra
game, an attempt will be made
to play it this year, Frick said.
"We have no assurance the
game can be arranged this year,"
Frick said. "The regular All-Star
game is scheduledJuly 7 at Pittg
burgh and we cannot play it in
that period because the schedule
is too tight. If any is played in
1959 it would have to be at a later
datein late July or August and
certainly not in September."
Roberts made 'his suggestion
yesterday to the mayo leagues
executive council, which, agreed
unanimously to recommend t
adoption by the major lea gue
clubs.
Roberts will contact 'all the
player representatives and ask
the players of each team to vote
on whether they agree, to, th
palying of an additional Ail-Star
ga m.
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miters. in the Nuevo Hipedromo
Urbanizatioo across the Remen
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts. sewage, water main and
electricity. Cali W. Mc Barnett.
Tel, 4-0976.
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meters in the best location of
La Crests, situated between "V"
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mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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DRAWER "A", DIABLO
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LOST: Small wbite gold woman's
avrist watch near Commissary or
at Gorgas Hospital. Reward, Call
Balboa 1585.
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Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agencies. Telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-3397 or 3-7529 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE: --, 38 ft. Diesel 75
HP boat 460 gals., fuel capacity
radio, telephone. Four bunko 32
and 12 volt electric systems gal galley,
ley, galley, head, $2500.00 Balboa
2-3578.
FOR SALE: Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 motor.
Fully equipped on heavy duty
trailer, $2.500.00. May be seen
at pier No. 1, Coco Solo. Phone
Mc! !vain 36-356.
FOR SALE: 28 ft. sloop with
25 horsepower auxiliary, located
at Balboa Yacht Club, hull No.
283. Phone G. Fitzgerald, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1589.
FOR SALE:--5 h.p. outboard
motor A-1, $100; 10 h.p. out.
board motor 2 propellors, $1501
Plywood boat 12 ft. cartop duck-.
boat or dinghy, $50; 12 ft.
hydroplane with Mark 40 Mer
cury troll at 3 mph or speed up
to,50 mph, $500. Trailer 16 ft.
T-Nee $90. Tel. 87-3109 for
appointment.
FOR SALE:-14 ft. delta runa runabout,
bout, runabout, Criss Craft boat, Laminated
fiberglass, remote controls, big bigtwin
twin bigtwin 35 h.p. Evinrude, 1958
motor. 746-A.
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Rivett-Carnse, 57, is Canada's
J. Edgar Hoover. He's' new
commissioner of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police.
ill-Star games could be played in
the same mid-summer break in
July. They would be played in
different sections bi the country
each year.
Under the current All-Star plan,
the players' 60 per cent share of
the receipts goes directly into the
players' pension fund. Proceeds
from the additional game would
be used for the premotion of am amateur
ateur amateur baseball, the Old-Timers'
Assn., and pension, and other
purposes to be decided later.

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After Conducting
A mobile training team of men
from the lst Battle Group, 20th. In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, and the USARCARIB
Shool recently completed seven
weeks of instruction on modern
infantry weapons for the Bolivian
Army. The instruction was part of
the United States' effort to assist
Latin American countries in pre preparing
paring preparing for mutual defense of the
hemisphere.
The crack training team depart departed
ed departed from Fort Kobbe during March
and upon their arrival in Bolivia
immediately started their classes
in the functioning, Marksmanship
and techniques of employment of
basic U.S. weapons. The team
members gave all their instruc instruction
tion instruction in Spanish.
In charge of the team was lst
Lt. Ralph D. Miller of C Company,
1st Battle, Group, 20th Infantry,
Fort Gulfck. Assisting Miller were
Sfes. Julio E. Morales of the
USACARIB School, Fort Gulick;
Wencesla Torres-Rodriguez of C
Company, and William J. Ludena
of the battle group's D Company
at Fort Kobbe.
The team gave over 300 bours
of instruction. Examinations were
given on each phase of training as
soon as it was cbapleted. Miller
worked in liaison and viited other
headquarters while his assistants
taught the actual classes.
The infantry mobile training
team was organized on April 10
last year. The organization of the
team came about after U.S. Army
Caribbean received a request from
Bolivia for such a group. It decid decided
ed decided that the battle group and the
school would furnish the team.
When Miller joined the teem
in July.he found the bilingual
enlisted men studying the
Spanish terminology of the
weapons.
At that time Miller started pre preparing
paring preparing a five-week training sched
NEW YORK (UPI)They said
two years ago when Robin Rob Roberts
erts Roberts of the Phil lies was getting
his lumps on the mound that he
was a stubborn man unwilling to
face changes made necessary by
the calendar.
Roberts, a 20-game winner six
years in a row, for two straight
years lost more games than any
other pitcher in the National
League. Mayo Smith, then his
manager, analyzed that years of
toil had taken the edge off his
fast ball but Roberts shook off
his scggestion that he learn an another
other another pitch.
"He is," said one baseball man,
"a 30-year-old pitcher with a 40-
year-old arm,"
There was a basis for thes sus suspicion.
picion. suspicion. Roberts has been a Phil Phillies'
lies' Phillies' fixture since 1948. Now only
32, he has pitched in 436 major
league games and rubber-armed
his way through 3,154 innmgs.
Through six seasons he hurled
more than 300 innings each term
with a gruelling high of 347 in innings
nings innings in 1953.
But the handsome Michigan.
State graduate didn't hit the panic
button.
1 Faces New Crisis
Roberts simply re-evaluated the
controllable weapons he had and
settled on a new ratio for the de delivery
livery delivery of his fast ball, his curve
and his changeun. It swept him
back last season as a 17-game
winner, no mean feat when per performing
forming performing for one of the league's
more inept teams.
Now there is another crisis
facing him as he enters a Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia hospital today for a check checkup
up checkup on a back spasm which hit
him in Wendesday night's game
agaenst the Dodgers.
"I've had this thing, which is
actually a tightened muscle, two
or three years off and on," he
explained. "It isn't painful. It
simply limits my pitching motion.
But this is the worst it has ever
been."
It es "extremely disturbing," he
admits, because of the fear that
it could ,become chronic.
He also finds this muscular
threat "disgusting," because using
those same pitcher which carried
him to stardom, he has had a fine
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items that' should be accomplish.
ed prior to the team departing.
During the training the team kept
in close contact with Maj. William
H. Moeller of the U.S. Army Mis Mission
sion Mission to Bolivia who made the ne.
cessary preparations there.
After the seven weeks of instrue.
tion on modern weapons, 30 classes :
of men consisting mcrstly of mem-
bers of the Waldo Bolivian Regi Regiment,
ment, Regiment, which is the personal guard
fo rthe president and other high
officials of the Bolivian govern. ",
ment, and men of the Fourth Cav
valry, were on hand to receive
their diplomas.
The graduation began with the 1.:
playing of the Bolivian and. the
U.S.'s national anthems and mai
followed by a speech by Miller in
which he expressed his apprecia.
tion for the cooperation which be
had received that enabled him to
attain his goal through the classes t 4
bnd congratulated the, B011111111
commanders and men for their
high rate of qualification. ,
The ceremony was attended
by Gen. Rodriguez Bidagain,
commander in chief of the Be. :
livian Army, Gen. Alvarez Torn
pia, commander of the High
Command, and Col. Robert S.
Palmer, chief of the U.S. Army
Mission to Bolivia. Speeches by
each officer expressed admir.
ation for the ability of the teens
to instruct so effsenvely In
such a short length of time.
The team returned to Fort Koh.
be with many awards that clearly'
showed how the Bolivian govern.
ment had appreciated their work.;
The three sergeants 'received a
Diploma of Honor from the Boll.
vians. It is believed that 'this was
the first time the honor has bee-a
conferred on a non-commissioned
officer of the U.S. Army. ih
early season. Roberti! etched S
five-hitter to Win the season's
opener agaenst Cincinnatt, 2-, and
then dropped a fine four-hitter
the champion Milwaukee Bravea
The Phillies simply didn't get
him any runs.
May Change Technique
Ite was sailing along effectively
against the Dodgers in his third ',.
start when the back tightenid .
and he was forced to leave tho
game.
"I've got to find out just what
it is, even though I don't -believe
it is serious," he said. "It la just
possible that I might have to
change my pitching technique
again."
It was a revealing sIttement bY
a man they have believed to be
too stubborn to change.
"I may have to back off from
throweng the fast ball so ofteii,"'
he explained. "Possibly that
might be one of the causes. Rut
whatever it is, I'm sure we can
make whatever changes are nen nenhemrb.s
hemrb.s nenhemrb.s sRebabeall
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and one from Chile, will add glamor to the MAO
added one mile and five-eighths President of the
, Republic Classic this afternoon at the President
Remon racetrack.

lefozo II, an Uruguayanr.-',brellyricer,
leads the group of
;:,Y"inioders" because of his brilli.
Silt rormances both in his
tow ruguay and Argentina. Ile
was llifth in last year's Carlos
Pelligrini Classic (Argentina s big
gesVhorse nee) after leading
7 tor 3,2 of the 15 furlongs. Mi De DeSed;
Sed; DeSed; -ionother invader, was tenth
in Mk some race.
A powerfully built grey, Buen
'Itios,ot II may be handicapped by
his owners' choice of slumping
bt11 Vasquez to do the riding. It
,,,- Will take plenty of running to beat
,, him 'today.
. MI Demo, out of tho money
only oneo in 1 starts in throe.
1101140116 on Argentine tracks, wili
hi anothor backoci new new,.
,. new,. tomer. Mi Dom's owners think
ie.', optimistically that they
brosight Moir own jockey, Nos Nos',
', Nos', todLogrin, to do tit booting in
- e this. big ract
t, Farallon,. another distance luv luving
ing luving Argentine horse which came
. 'to the Isthmus along with Buen
,' Mout II and Mt Deseo Thurs lay
morAing, will have a local bny,
-7 Virgin Castillo, inthe saddle. Fa Faralloti,
ralloti, Faralloti, rated a good one, has ne ne'
' ne' ver 'been able to whip either Buen
:.- Mout II or MI Deseo in Argenina.
Re to owned by local turfman Ju Julio
lio Julio Mercado.
Idemt a distance proven Chilean
'horst, is the fourth of the new
comors. Idem arrived here Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night and is fresh from
four ',wins in his last five starts
Cagey Julio Rodriguez is sure to
enhance his chances in this 13-
furlong race.
Quiclico, the leading claimant
to the track championship, is at
peak from and is sure to give a
goorl account of himself. Ile will
have strong-armed Jose Ulloa in
the Oaddle. Quidico, a speedster,
is home in this distance. having
won iup to 15 furlongs in his na na.
. na. tive ,Chile.
Siete y Medio, a disappoint
ment recently, could regain his

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punch in this big one. He has
plenty going for him with sensa sensational
tional sensational Braun, Baeza slated ta do
the booting. Baeza may be the
big difference here and could spell
victory.
El Tunchi, an imps-esiv sec second
ond second to Quidico in the National
Guard Classic and winner of
two of his four local starts,
should not be counted' out. Far Farnando
nando Farnando Alvarez will rids the
stout hearted little son of The
Tuvarai. El Tunchl has worked
well for this race.

Santillan is last and probably
the least. This highly rated Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine horse has not lived up to
expectations. His best local per performance
formance performance was the in the six fur
long Francisco Arias Paredes Clas Classic
sic Classic in which he barely lasted to
score by a neck over Siete y Me Medio
dio Medio and Quidico. Hustling He licrto licrto(Papito)
(Papito) licrto(Papito) Gustines will do the
riding.

Sgt Rib lett,
Mrs. Weber
Wir Ringer

The winnersof the Rodman
Ringer Golf Tournament are Ma Marine
rine Marine SSgt. Jim Rib lett and Mrs.
Elizabeth Weber.
Riblett's 56 outclassed a field
of 33 men golfers and gave him
the championship by long distance.
The former Marine Barracks'
staffer is stationed in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, N. C., more than 1,000 miles
from the point that he shot his
winning score a month ago.
His final tally was four strokes
better than runners-up LCdr.
George Bell and Capt. Douglas
Wade, who had 60s. It also topped
Jimmy Annicharico's winning 58
in the February Ringer tourney.

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Abernathy Unlit.
Jantzen Madura
Glud Mariners
Mauricio Arnim.

Abernathy Blasts
Jantzen

Abernathy defeated Jantzen
Maduro 8 to 2 to move within 'a
half game behind the loop leaders
Pan Liquido.
Lew Hilzinger scattered 5 hits

What Dubs!

DUNEDIN: Fa. (NEA) Bob
Rosburg, in the third round of the
Pensacola Open, set the 1959 rec record
ord record few the most berdies, 11; few fewest
est fewest putts, 19; and most one-putt
greens, 15.
Other 1959 PGA winter tour
scoring marks are: nine holes, 29.
by Jimmy Demaret in the Crosby
National; 18 holes, 62 by,Arnold
Palmer in the Thunderbird Invi Invitational,
tational, Invitational, Marty,Furgol in the Tuc Tucson
son Tucson Open and Rosburg in the Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola Open; 36 holes, 129 by Ju Julius
lius Julius Boros and Joe Campbell in
the Tucson Open: 54 holes, 194 by
Joe Campbell in the Tucson Open.
Arnold Palmer in the Thunder Thunderbird
bird Thunderbird Invitational and Gene Littler
in the Tucson Oven had the lowest
score for 72 holes, 266.

Sports Briefs

PICKS TOURNEY SITES
NEW YORK (UPI)---The 1960
U.S. Golf Association's senior
champiOnship will be staged at
the Oyster Harbors Club, Oster Ostervale,
vale, Ostervale, Mass., Sept. 19-24. The 1959
tournament is slated for Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 5-10.

ORIOLES SELL PITCHER
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)--The
Baltimore Orioles cut their play player
er player roster Thursday to 27, tlko
above the May 10 league limit,
when they sold pitcher George
Bamberger to Vancouver of the
Pacific Coast, League.

1. MI DESEO
2. EL TUNCHI
3. BUEN MOZO II
4. SIETE Y MEMO
5. FARALLON
6. IWO
7. SANTILLA'N
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to pick up. his 1.1th vietory
against one setback. Hilzinger
pitched Ms way out of several
jams, while fanning Jantzen bat batters.
ters. batters. Carranthini started for the,
Jantzen to suffer the loss. His re record
cord record now stands at 10 wins
against 10 defeats. Simon came
on in the-lifth to relive Carran Carranthird.
third. Carranthird. Abernathy got thrze in the sec secong
ong secong on Hooper's infield hit and
Girdiestone's loud homer to deep
left field. Trout reached first on
Gayer's error at shortszop .and
three consecutive free passes is issued
sued issued by Carratini.
Abernathy added one more in,
the fowth on 4 walks.
Jantzen got one in the third on
Mead's single to score Tochter Tochterman
man Tochterman from second. Vey added one
more in the fifth on three base
blows. Mead's double, Kirk Kirklend's
lend's Kirklend's infield hit and Gayer's
Abernathy )scored three times
in the sixth 'm Chance's homer
with Hilzinger and Flynn on base.
Fl3rnn, Girdleston, and Chance
connec'ed homers for the win winners.
ners. winners. Mead, with two hits in three
tries, was the best hitter for the
Jantzen..
The box score:

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Tata. ss
Jones, ef
11,rthart 2b
Hilzinger p
Flynn 3b
L. Hooper rf-e
Chance lf
Girdleston c-rf
Trout. lb
MAlene, 2b-cf
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NEW YORK (UPI) Blind
housewives are becocing
ed in the kitchen that many of
them can perform one of the most
delicate of culinary taskssepa
rating the white and yolk of an
,egg'
a They can measire su sugarSalt
garSalt sugarSalt and' flour as accurately
at-the next housewife. They know
bow to, test cookies for doneness,
to peeLand slice potatoes and to
set timers and thermostats with
as much aisurances' as cookS who
can see Avhat they are 01,11.
.
Recorded "talking cookbooks"
and various kitchen gadgets, in including
cluding including -on automatic pancake
turner', are enabling the blind to
prepare, entire meals unaided
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fl even to cakes arid pies.
Of the. nation's estimated 320,
000 blind persons, nearly half are
women. Many are women who
yearn to perform housewifely
chores. Some blind men also have
' culinary bent.
7, At the urging of blind persons
-Who wanted to lead normal lives,
, General Mills has brought out.twoi
''11talking eookbooks" and is work.
lilt on a third.
The records give helpful hints
for blind cooks, including advice
to turn pan handles inward to
avoid bumping into them.
There art recipes for dishes
. from soup to desserts and In
structions on totting the table
and arranging kitchen equip,.
mont.
- All the records were made wit
the help of blind persons who
tried out the recipes as they were
dictated and suggested rhanges.
The American Foundation for
the Blind also offered advice and
Ills an array of kitchen aids for
blind cooks.
Among the gadgets are special
goods markers, a cake cutter. a
jar ppener, a can ripener, me me,
, me, chanical measuring cups and
spoons, fling-and-steel gas stove
lighters, graters, pie cutting
guides, shortening wiessures and
household scales, all adapted for
use 'by ,the,
Mrs. Helen Hollbett. director of
the -General,' Mills Home Service

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this year. This design combines stripes and solid color in a
sleek, one-piece style. Suit is knitted from fast-drying Chem--
Strand nylorBy GAME DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor.

Department, said the need of
blind homemakers for help had
been known for many years be before
fore before be cooking records were pre prepared.
pared. prepared. "We learned that, once a por porton
ton porton becomes adjusted to blind.'
ness,he Want s somethings to
do just like anyine, else," Mrs.
liallbert said.
The recorded recipes were tail tailored:to
ored:to tailored:to the nees of the blind.
Iristead of' saying, "bake until
golden brown," cake directions
call for baking "until cake feels
from a tune' fish can. Grease the
cake stops "whispering." Often
a sense of smell is all that is
needed to tell when a cake is
done.
Here is how a blind person
can fry an egg, sunny side up:
Remove the top and bottom
from a tune fish can. GREse the
inside of the can and place it on
a greased skillet. Break egg in'o
a cup, season according to taste,
then slilo it inside the can. Cover
pan while egg fries. Lift egg and
tuna can out together with a spa spaSlide
Slide spaSlide them ont a 'plate tend
lift the can.
As for separating an egg, it is
an easy trick. once you learn how,
accorling to Mrs. Halibut..
"A simply way to separate an
ept"," she said, "ie le break it
irto your cuoned hand end let
:she white Orli down between
your fingers into a bowl."

'Paris shows the white satin coat
or evening. It has wic'P slaves
and is cut with great flair.

The new suits, as shown in Pa Paris,
ris, Paris, button only two jacket bu'aons
out of three.

Spring is the lime of the roses
in Paris. This year, in the spring
collection, roses bloomed on hats,
belts, sleeves and even hems.
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The latest lowered cap is the
lowered rain bonnet. It's a pret pretty
ty pretty sight on a drab, rainy day.

Cit Ili Act d i
anama y ,e a y enn anin,
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n Recent Move OPoroMy Ileac J(nole

unpacking phase of establishing
their residence here. The family
includes Donald and Dorothy,
their chatty daughter Karen, and
Mrs. Knode's mother, Mrs. Mary'
Head.
,Dorothy's loving cups blen nice nicely
ly nicely into the decor ot the Robert
Morris home in Bella Vista, where
they are living. Motutted sword
fish stand guard over a few of
the numerous trophies she has
won.
For the past five years, the
Knodes have been living in New
York City. They moved to Pa Panama
nama Panama City when he was assigned
to open a branch office of Merill
Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith.
INeatherwise, the change was
welcomed by Dorothy, who can
now forget the seasons and work
out every day on the tennis
court. In New York, she men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, she was able to play on only
ly only during the summer months.
She heads for the Hilton hotel
court "four or five" times a
week, either early in the morning
or late in the afternoon to a avoid
void avoid the height of the heat. Court
sessions usually last about an
hour to an hour and a half to
avert over-fatigue.
.

The local court was no stranger
to Dorothy when she arrived here.
It was at the Hilton two years
ago tliat she defeated Darlene
Hard in tournament play:
The move to Panama also has
meant renewing an old friendshin
between Dorothy and Connie Ball.
an outstanding snortswoman and
tvicher on the Zone.
Her mastery over ball and
racket had Its start when Dorothy
was an 11-year-old living with her
aunt in Alameda, Calif. Her aunt,
a tennis fan with considerable net
exper'ence, encouraged her to stu study
dy study 0.e !mart.
"I started playing in tourna tournameets
meets tournameets aismost immediately, first
in tho under-15 ago bracket
recalls Mrs. Knock).
She continued to sttidy tennis
along with school work at the U Universit
niversit Universit of California at Berker Berkerley,
ley, Berkerley, and has since risen into the
top echelon of women tennis stars
In the United States. She credits
her success tto Pie excellent tu tutorship
torship tutorship of Tom Stow who also
coached netmaster Don Budge.

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i lead the labels carefully. before many -..;,.a.iLa iire lined with im- over neck and sleeve closings an
yolt,, purchase. prove:I wa erproof ,: materials. atoms very carefully.
As 'many of ,es have learned, Again, the labels are your best I have received for my babiel
toltml --knit 'underwear and esebY clue to- waterproof materials thst lovely-to-look-at dresses .: Ole
.'''weer !;can change size and shape wonl become ,stiff and harsh af- were, made- in lit fabrics wit
'when!'washed. ,' :,. ter...several' washings. bulky seats that would lirritai
'ir,", But.' there are garments gust :If In doubt about a baby's ne, tender. skin. , . ..- i ..
'', ',,'3, 'gritted by the manufaturer to be neral copformation,(I'd get pants Another point -Is that tatty nc
' ,,i., sizefast, shrink resistant; and to, in a large rather than one of the mothetvdepend, on the gifts -1
,,lorfast. '. small rizes, because tight leg stretch the layette and! will el
Ney cotton knits are Midi in' bands'' can be 'uncomfortable for preciate, clothes that can be wor
Attanf colors and patters. For the chubby legs. often, washed easily and renuit
rytati;ored type, ,there ere pinchecka i -, no troning.,,, r
,,'.and, 'stripes; for r the feminine Fend little dresses ere so sweet But the other 'side of the argi
) ,i chortler, rosebuds br Irby anim- that i' they are', nearly irresistible ment is that dress-up dresses ar
al,prints ere cunning and com- to the doting aunt or grandrother parti'cularlY valued byf mothdi
, .,. fortable for the young-misses of. a' new baby. who :would hesitate to budget ft
;1"'. mYttehlast,protective pants, In Before you invest In them, look such "special occasion":!tegs.

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IVOX Young lodi, above, is entranced by her rosebud-prhtted
'..tetten-knit "dress." Ws guaranteed to bold sise, shape mut
color through many washings. Protective pants have a softer
, liner than earlier model&
, ,. .
many .,,;a.its ate lined with im- over neck and sleeve closings and
prove:I wa erproof materials. seems very carefully.
Again, the labels are your best I have received for my babies,
rItle to waterproof materials thst lovely-to-look-at dresses whieh
won't become ,stiff and harsh af- were, made- in stiff fabrics with
ter several' washings. bulky learns Abet would irritate
If in doubt about a baby's got, tender. skin. , .. ', .
Wel conformation,CI'd get pants Another point II that tatty new
in a large rather than one of the mothervdepenct en the. gifts ,,to
small rizes, because tight leg stretch the layette emit will lip lipbands'
bands' lipbands' can be 'uncomfortable for predate, clothes that can.he worn
chubby legs. often, washed easily anfl giquire
'. ,, ,, , no troning ,' r
' Irene little dresses are so sweet But the other 'side of the argu arguthat
that arguthat i' they are ,nearly irresistible ment is that dress-up dresses are
to the doting aunt or grandlnother parti'cularly valued by( mothers
of a new baby. who would hesitate to budget for
Before you invest in them, look such "special eccasion"-tfigs. 4,

onoo onlolimmo
By MARCIE ROTHROCK

47,.'
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Panama has "imported" a woman who wields an
affective hand with a'racket. She' has a lengthy record of
SUCCOSS
She is Dorothy Head Knode, internationally-famed
lady tennis player, ranked among the best in the world.
Local tennis enthusiasts suddenly found themselves
with a star in their midst when Mrs. Knode arrived here a
month ago to join her husband, Donald Knode.
And that's why the birds have ascended to new
heights in the area of the Panama Hilton Hotel. With Mrs.
Knode working out at the courts there, they dare not get
caught in the crosswind as balls and rackets fly with
added impetus.

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She retired briefly for a about
bout about a year just before and lust
after Karen made her appearance.
Her most prized victories, she
says, are the National Clay Court
championships, which she took
three times from the Pat Todd,
Barbara Bright and Carol Fa Fageros,
geros, Fageros, respectively.

Who does she consider the wo woman
man woman to beat? "Whoever wins
the Wimbledon, guess,' she
says.

She is currently polishing her
game in anticipation of a. trip to
the States this summer, She, plans
to participate in tournaments in
Milwaukee, Chicago. Denver, East
Orange and, finally. in the Na Nationals
tionals Nationals at Forrest Hills, N Y.
Among the onponents she ex expects
pects expects to face will be Janet Hoppa
and Gwen Thomas.
When asked if tennis players
"scout" their opponents in ad:
vance, Dorothy commented that
it isn't really necessary, since
most of them are close friends,
and opinions on each 'of their
strong points and weaknesses are
general information.
. o
"Of course," she added, 'it
easy to discover your opponent's
weak points, and easy to plan
your strategy. The difficult part
Is In making It work.'
Dorothy and her tennis racket
have seen a good deal of the
world together. In 1945, she and
noris PArt made a USO tour in
the Caribbean area, and later Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy and Barry McKay toured
Egynt anti Lebanon iirider the
auspices if the State Depaement.
Their atiperances featured exhi
bition play and giving instruc
tions to local fans.
, Her only mishap during the
touring occurred in midmatch
during an exhibition for service
men. Dorothy took off her glasses,
wnich the has worn since she was
a small child and pu" them on a
chair while she was wiping the
persniration from her face. The
results were crushing. A soldier
sat on them.
"The Army was very nice about
renlacing them quickly," she
smiled.

Commenting on other top play
ers in the sports, Mrs. Knode re
called a doubles match in which
she partnered with Bill Talbert,
former manager of the U.S. Da
vis Cup team. They lost to Gussie
Moran (of the lace panties re
known) and Poncho Gonzales.
Shs has visited in Euro Po so
von or sight times, and would
like to live in Paris except, sho
common's, in tho winter months.
She and her lusband truly had
a long distancs courtshin. Both 1
wers born in California. They Tnet
in Istanbul, Turkey while Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy was nlavine in a tournament.
TIP, wedding was ip Tanviers
Their affection for tennis is
mutnah They o'ten Annear as
Partners in "just for fun' mixed
donbjes play.
Dorothy claims that tennis Is
lust s seHous bobby for her. and
she has no intentions of joining
the professional ranks.
Casual and soft spoken, she
reveals that shop has no special
diet for tho meal before the
flame. "I sat more moat. but
then, like meat,' silo says.
Betwein sots, shs rofroshas her
self by sipping water, juice or
We.
She prefers playing on concree
unless the grass has been expert
iv cared for. "Just two blades of
orsss or a Mall dip will giVe
)11 a different bounce." she says
"oongrpte is always the same."
She pointed out that the lawns
In England and also the Forrest
ffills courts have excellent grass
bases.

Some of her tennis costumes
ere taller made ;pollees by
Teddy Tim line, e British desiamer
o' noortg Orb. !ler favorite Is a
white linen,. oironly trimmed In
embroidery, which gnome both
attractive and comforteble. An
other is slight deviation from
the traditional white natural
linen with tale blue radon cararr
between nienta near the hemline.
gonerstition has no place in her
"No gimmicks,' she infists.
"But when Karen travel! with
me. she is my good lockcharm.'

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AT HOME Mrs. Knode Is shown at home with a few of her
tennis trophies. She, her husband, Donald Knode, daughter Ka Karen
ren Karen and Mrs. Knode's mother, Mrs. Mary Head, are still un unpacking
packing unpacking at their residence in Bella Vista. They have just moved
here from New- ye

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AT THE NET Dorothy Head Knode, three-time National Clay
Court champion, pauses at the net during a workout last week
at the El Panama Hilton courts. She plans tto return to the States
next month for a busy round of tobrnament competition.

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I GLEAMING sterling silver pieces set the stage beautifully feirl
the surprise bridal shower.ATruli gins tu last 11, MAIM j

There seems to be nothing a l
young bride-to-be wants more 1
than sterling silver for her future
home. Piece by piece or set by
setin any manner she can get
it. That's way a sterling bridal
shower can be such a delightfui
and appreciated party. Let each
friend bring a gift of silverlarge
or smalland arrange the beau beautifully
tifully beautifully wrapped gifts into a table
centerpiece decoaration.
Many brides-to-be select the
patter in silverware they want,
then register the pattern at the
local store wher it is sold. The
store keeps a record of what has
been bought and what is still ned neded.
ed. neded. That makes it possible for
friends to help build up a com complete
plete complete set without any duplication.
For your buffet, try this recipe:
Mushroom and Chicken Oven
lake (Makes 8 to 10 servings)
One readyto-cook stewing chick chicken
en chicken (3 1-2-pounds) cut up (or, use

Beauty Tips

I you feel your face is too
chubby, change your hairdo to
camouflage it. Avoid short fluffy
bobs. Instead brush your hair up
and back from the temples. A
soft wave, perhps ,at the side of
the head, also draws attention
from a chubby face.
-
Teen agers plagued with acne
can ease the condition with a two twominute
minute twominute ace lathering with soap
and warm water. Then scrub with
a clean washcloth. Rinse through throughly
ly throughly and use a soothing antiseptic
lotion as a inishing touch.
-
Babies have the right idea a about
bout about exercise. They take it lying
down. To relieve tension at night,
try stretching your body ull
'length on the bed. Don't use a pil pillow
low pillow to support your head. Stretch
up and down pulling your mus muscles
cles muscles tight, as you straighten out.
Then relax completely. This is
not only relaxing, but also kelps
you in trim.
-
As a population of sitters, we
oten discover that excess weight
settles around the tummy and
hips. Keep in shape ,with a sim simple
ple simple stomach exercise.. Flat on
your back, inhale slowly and pull
the lower abdominal muscles
down toward the backbone. Re Release
lease Release slowly. Speed isn't required
in the exercise; just the deliL-Tate
pull and release of the abdominal.

Maturing women often discover
a dowager's hump along with a
double or triple chin. Before get getting
ting getting up in the morning, toss a away
way away your pillow and lie flat. Then
lift the head two inches, then
down. Don't raise your shoulders
while doing this. Repeat five
times at first and work up to 10.

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3 cups cup-up or canned tgrxeyver
chicken), 2 4-ounce cans. sAsett
mushrooms, drained; 1 tabitspoo;
minced parsley, 14 cup ,toaatiu
chopped almonds (optional), cup
cooked green peas,'1-4 cup chopped
pimento or sliced suffed Wiwi 3
tablespoons flour, 1 cup -profit,
from cbicken, 1 cup light mem
or milk, 1 teaspoon sait, 1-11-teat
spoon coarse ground black pepper,
1 hard-cooked egg, sieved.,44,se
Boil chicken until tender,pare tender,paremove
move tender,paremove meat from bones and,reo,
serve broth. In a greased 2-citiart
casserole, combine cut-up et;tetelt
mushrooms, parsley, nuts, peas
and pimento or olives. Mir tour
with a little chicken brothl'Ildtii brothl'Ildtiismmoth.
smmoth. brothl'Ildtiismmoth. Combine and heaers
maining broth, cream, ancr'ea ancr'easonings.
sonings. ancr'easonings. Stir in flour paste end
sieved egg, cook until thick
seeeth. Pour over ingredientsi fp
casserole. Bake in a moderate)
oven (350 degrees. about,, 35
minutes. ,

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"The surest Avay known ftwA.1
woman to impress her ebidielt
and their friends' ii to' stilt for
an old-fashioned, bake (AY' Once
a week," says one alp. Welton
readers. -,

She claims that wise 'begets
i;ts.e
out the bread board Peal
work making homem fluted,
pies, doughnuts and ;c mu smite
kids hang over her lailaaftet i
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4
"TheY're so used to re i7:114se
bread that comes slicer:and
wrapped in wax paper, and pies
ul:
that come from the bakery to
er that bake day at our bou
seems to completely fascma
them. t t"They
"They t"They love the smell of tiglIfic
nuts frying, or bread bakintoThe
love to watch me knead theAresd
and shape itAnto loaves. ,,,.
"They argue over whose tur;
it is to cut out the cookiesl or
spread the frosting on thel.,tekee
Some of them never saw a otokie
jar until they got acquaintedWith
mine.
"We flit- Vie- 0, otir :(100kPlit in
the. package they:, cont. toxom
the store," one little boy:4447,me.
And I knew from the ,IreY,f4 ha
Italked his mother had nelti3011ade,
Immemade cooldes for hiw,ia, hie hie1
1 hie1 life. t-icrimrst- k
"Sure, baking takes titulejut
how better can a motherovend
a Saturday morning Milt litrn.
ing her kitchen into a fragrant,
fascinating workshop whereA-She
presides and where her 3011tIreu 3011tIreuand
and 3011tIreuand their friends hang arennii,,big arennii,,bigeyed,
eyed, arennii,,bigeyed, hungry and admiriner',4
"I tell you, any motherNlitg is
missing this chance just Irsuse
it's a little trouble doeine imew
how much pleasure she'Llallgig,
too." ,r
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the time theY come home from : : ,.:,, ,. .. .,. ..
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She pointed ostittwat'l7atthtnhesalnlawenum f" '''----- Wall installations.
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' headache for a new mother .1!ael;
color through many washings. Protective pants have a totter In England and slso the Forrest I
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,oe the stores, too.
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.- ,To avoid the need, to exchange, .., liner the". earlier models.. , Tiflis emirts have excellent grass
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Free ,consultation on any design omurnateincyachteyneithillacarst rotor: :risyloe:n.s. .;
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Swim suits for small girls take the cue from pown-up suits e:a. r......';',t:
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Strand nylmrEy GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor. month ago to Join her husband, Donald Knode. J,,,,.i,,,,,,t, ,..,,,,,,,o- home. Piece by piece or set by minced parsley, 14 cup ,l0astist ,i...
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id Blind Housewives unpacking phase of establishing She retired briefly for a- ..;,:,,ag-,:..4", .. ....,,,f4:11.i, tt e, ::,! ::,i,,;:',:-:i::,:iet,,:::,:,- ..,.:,:,,,,e,:,,..- ., Boil chicken until tenderesce- Ii.
their residence here. The family bout a year just before and lust ,:';';''t ...e-2e...,er-,te'tei,-,"..., ,,:,iie- ..",,i-,,e,,,,,:"..:;::::,,,,,..:.;:: .e1 Many brides-to-be select the move meat from bones and,,,ree ,ei
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their chatty daughter Karen, and Her most prized victories, she . :;;;;,:eoseit' ,..,;'te's .,..,.:;.:i,4 .,-, ,,:,:',.::,'-',-:::::,- I-. then regitter the pattern at the easserole, combine cut-up chictes -;:i.
NEW YORK (UPI) Blind Department, said the need of Mrs. Knode's mother, Mrs. MarY' says,. are the National Clay Court L ', A00,71re-,t-I-.ne,,,,et? -N 3.L.1 .-;;;'''V';' :-- local store wher it is sold. The mushrooms, parsley nuts plea 1
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housewives are becocing ste.skill blind homemakers for help had Head. championships, which she took ',
ed in the kitchen that many of been known for many years be- ...Dorothy's loving cups blen nice- three times from the Pat Todd, .;,;'Ii,te....,,,,:::ii,-:-------.,,,,,,..0e....,..,,,...,,,,....::.,,, ,, ..,,Illia ,:',.., ter.-41,;,,1', been bought and what is still ned- with a little chicken brothnItitii, ij
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s' them can perform one of the most fore be cooking records were pre- ly into the decor of the Robert Barbara Bright and Carol Fa- ,".4110,-.,;,.i,i4;;t.i.,eii,,,:i,,..:,...-. ..::, : .,,,ioli,!,-
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and various kitchen eadgets, In-
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11EMBERS OF THE CREW of the Demoniac prepare to commence the camoflauging of their tank
, afteit has reached a defensive position. Standing in front of the tank is Sergeant Carlos V. Arrie Arrie.ta
.ta Arrie.ta while CO Simon Limon is behind the .50 Cal. machine gun.
r (U.S. Army Photo)

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IIOLLYWOOD (UPDThP most
exclusiv4 hotel in Hollywood is
sccupied-'entirely by cats the
- ;One, no$ the musical varity
;4t, is called Blackford's Hotel
tor Cast- and its purpose is to
giftkl, sure that the pets of movie
, ;tars and other well-to-do per per,
, per, MS wiltlive in the surroundings
ExpectetL of their social position
,' when their masters are out of
: tOWIL
lin. owners of our clients,"
'' laid .:Jaeklackford, 55, found
, of the establishment, "include
Eliabetli,Taylor, Kim Novak,
2 Mona Freeman, George Murphy,
Jen Hunter, Ira Gershwin, Robert
tulf and Meredith Willson.
,.',',4,16itio lost Miss Taylor tempo.
' verily when she married Mike
' !Todd. He made her get rid of
410 cats, and she cried about it.

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DiltING A TANK ATTACK, the Desperado stor ms over an enemy position on its way to a defen defen,gxe
,gxe defen,gxe position. The Desperado is part of the First Platoon, D Company, 34th Armour.
a (U.S. Army Photo)

f,t,At
ilooln Service, Some Mice Please'
t

Cipmonplace Call At Blackfords

We are thinging of erecting a
hot tin roof in her honor."
Blackford, a slender, blond blondhaired
haired blondhaired man who was born in
Brownsville, Pa., said it was more
difficult te get a reservation at
his hotel than at any other in the
world.

"We are very snobbish," he
said. "We will turn down people
if we -don't like their looks. Our
reservations are now booked sev seven
en seven months ahead, and we don't
guarantee them.
"People have delayed their va vacations
cations vacations for months until we have
an opening because of the way
we cater to their felines."
Among the services offered,
said Blackford, were:
Single rooms, five feet wide
by six feet deep by eight feet high,
for $1.50 a day. Or doubles, triples
and quadruples for cats who get
lonely.
Fresh linens sheets, pillow
cases and carpets every day.
Landscaped grounds and gar gardens
dens gardens for sunbathing.
Plush reception halls for
callers.

Special dietetic foods for eats
who want to be streamlined.
"You must remember," said
Blackford, "That those animals
were born to the purple and
have delicate tastes.
We have one feline that .eats,
yogurt and strawberries. -Another
takes cantaloune mixed with
Spanish peanuts. Another will
eat only scrambled eggs. And an another
other another likes shrimp cocktail with
pitted ripe olives.
"One cat arrived with his own
deep freeze. 600 pounds of bull
meat and an electric blanket."
Dining at Blackford's is on the
European plan that is, Tabby's
daily tab includes food and is
always accompanied by radio mu,
sic.
"We play FM only," said Black Blackford.
ford. Blackford. "And, of course, we have air
conditioning."
Blackfird, who is assisted by
his wife Edith, said that owners
generally write to their cats sev several
eral several times a week.
"We read the letters to their
pets," he said, "and leave the sta stationery
tionery stationery in the rooms so the cats
don't forget their owners' odor.
Cats go by odor."
Blackfird said there were also
several strict house rules:
"Kittens are restricted II
playgrounds with catnip borders."
, "No female cats may enter
the rooms of male cats unattended."

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Argentine Pions
Jet Air Service
Direct To Europe

HATFIELD, England, May 2.-1
(UPI)--The third of six De Havil Havilland
land Havilland Comet Four jet airliners
for Aerolineas Argentinas left
Hatfield, Herta, today on the first
stage of its 8,000-mile delivery
flight to Buenos Aires. It will ar arrive
rive arrive on Monday,
The Comet is calling at Frank Frankfurt,
furt, Frankfurt, Rome, Lisbon, Dakar, Recife
and Rio de Janeiro.
On May 19 the Argentine air airline
line airline begin twice-weekly Comet
services between South America
and Europe.

All ladies to assist the pre preview
view preview will be presented with
a sample of the exquisite per perfume
fume perfume allORTILIEGir of Le
Galion.

A SMOKE BREAK is a welcome thing after a morning of training in the dust of the Rio Hato area,
and these members of D'Company, 34th Armor, take advantage of the situation. Left to right, are:
Fp5 Donald D. Grassi, Sp4 Thomas L. Lynn, Sp5 Ja mes Jones, Sr., Sfc. Kalman J. Valastek, Pfc. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur D. Shelton, Sp4 Paul a White, Sp5 James R. Hunter and Pfc. Wilford H. Smith.
(U.S.' Army Photo)

The men, still wondering W an another
other another day had really begun, fell
into ranks for head count. Down
the line the early morning silence
was broken wiht the sergeant's
sharp cry of "All present or ac accounted
counted accounted for, sir."
At 7:30 the men were called to
their tanks and the huge engines
began to cough out the dust that
had settled in them during the
start with a mighty roar.
As the tanks roll out to their
respective points, Capt. Richard
L. Murnighan, the commander of
D Company, 34th Armor and 1st.
Lt. Fred W. Law ley, D Company
executive officer, quickly leave
their vehicles and set up security
personnel with sub-machine guns'
and .50 caliber machine guns.
These that do not go on so.
curity begin cutting small trims
with which to camouflage tho
mechanical giants.
Ample time is given each tank
to select a defensive position
and make ready to defend a 'cer 'certain
tain 'certain piece of terrain. Then Mur Murnighan
nighan Murnighan and Law ley see if each
tank is in a position that gives
them a good field of fire, yet
making them unnoticeable to the
approaching aggressor trlops.
The tanks are almost completely
hidden except for the teacherous
76 mm guns that protrude from
he bush.
The time has come for the
tanks to take the offensive so the
cadre move to a point about three
miles away to observe the ap approach
proach approach of one of the plitoons
while the other' two remain be.
hind as reserve and security elements.

Moments after their arrival the
company commander gives the
orde r to attack and soon ihe tanks
are knifing a path through the foot footdeep
deep footdeep dutt and sending it high into
the air.

'They take up positions on a
affiall hill about 200 yards to the
frontafter a simulated fire mis mission
sion mission they again dismount and out
their security elements.
Tba first platoon takes their
objective and set-up in a defen defensive
sive defensive position,. the word is flashed
to -another platoon to secure
the ground on tho first platoon's
loft flank,
Again the huge dust swirls and
the deafening roar of the engines
and the attack is underway.
Throughout the entire morning
these various tactics are practic practiced
ed practiced until each individual can do
his job as a matter of reflex.
Before leaving the field for the
encampment, : critiques of the
morninrs activities are given
correcting radio tranamissions,
driving techniques, attack and
poillioning, speed, agility and tac tactics.
tics. tactics.
When lie men anive at their
encamp ent they are covered
with dtist. They do their best to
wash most of it off and the head
for lunch.
After lunch there is this for
relaxation and joking abOut the
morning's mistakes, but once I II
I II gain the work call interrupts and,
they are back to their tanks.
This time the tanks do not move.
The entire afternoon Will be
spent in replacing damaged parts
and doing preventive maintenance.
Hundreds et items mud be &Kilo

Desperado's, Demonia Put
Through Sp. routs At Rio Hato
By IktiSgt. BOB GROOVIER
The men of D Company, 34th Armor, recently began another six-week training
cycle in offensive tank maneuvers at MO Hato. A typical day in the field,found the men
getting up at 5:30 each morning after the mosquitoes had headed home following their
nightly feast.

nightly feast. ,4-
At 6 o'clock the men were still wiping the sleep from their, eyes and trying to
muster up enough courage to shave in the cold water. A few were still scraping the'
last of the lather off their sunburned faces when the sound for reveille-acuid be heard
across the Rio Hato encampment. 'N

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TALKING OVER the .defensive position of D Company, 34th Armor,
are. left to right: AI Sft. Nels J. Hanson, First Lt. Fred W. Law ley,
Capt. Richard L, Murnighan and Slc.' Donald D. Holcomb..
(U.S. Army Photo)

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ed, cleaned and sometimes replae- Tomorrow' brings another day
ed. of sweat, dust and some know knowledge
ledge knowledge gained.
Finally its 4 o'clock and the day
is over. There is a sturrying to
the tents to get ready for a show shower.
er. shower. The shower truck picks up
the men and carries them to the purse-Snatch Victim
shower area about two miles eway.

The dirt of a day's work Is
deeply imbedded in the e tank--
ors' skin and they scrub hard
to get the dirt out of their pores
but within a short period, of
time they are all cleaning tlis
and ready for supper.

By 6 o'clock everyone is fed
and the evening belongs to the
men. Many of them read, some
write letters and others go tO the
movies that are available every
evening.
Before the letters are all finish finished
ed finished or the last chapter of that
paper-back novel is read, le is
time to turn in.

Recently MIS. Standish board boardFirst
First boardFirst Eastbounill ed a wrong bus outside the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Commissary. Discovering her
Seaway Ship will error, she alighted from the,bus
I
at a Pariami atop reasonably
close to herhotel home. As she
Carry Relief-Cargo left the bus s young man
snatched her purse, dropping it
, almost at once al she clutched
NEW YORE (UPI)The first at, bla thirt
U.S. ocean going flagship to
pass eastward through the St.
Lawrence Seaway will carry Mrs.' Standish. suggested to
more than 4-million pounds of the National uardsman whO ar arLutheran
Lutheran arLutheran world relief supplies for rested,the youth that eincethe
Yugoslavia and 'Austria, puree 'was recovered intact the
offender Might be let go. It ap apThe
The apThe National Lutheran Council peared however this would be
said the American export freight- obstructing justice so ltra
er Extavia, sailing Saturday 4.
Stanmsn was oblige'd to lodge.
from Milwaukee and May 5 froth
Chicago, ., would, -carrr
pounds of powdered m lk and 60,-
000 pounds of clothing for Yugo- Ileemmably the sentenoe could
&vie and 280,000 pounds et oorn have been far stiffer, had it mot
3,816,000 ft; formal eoleDletet.
Meal for Austria, ,,,,......., beim 107 th0 iadS.VI PIMP
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Purse-Snatch Victim
Urges leniency
For 'tom Offender

A victim's plea for leniency for a
youthful purse-snatcher may have
lessened the sentence imposed
on the boy by a Panamanian
.court. Despite the plea, how however,
ever, however, they young offender was
sent to jail for three months.
The kind-hearted victim was
Mrs. Elsie Standish, who resides
at the Tivoli Guest House.

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XXXII

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HUGO HOWELL opened t h
car door and said, "I'll be wait- o
ing for you at a quarter of n
He got out and leaned on the a
window ledge, chewing the cig- h
ar. "Where you going -now?'' ti
"I have things to do., Why?' v
He lifted his heavy 'shoulders. n
"Just wnodered." He sighed. p
"Bennett, I'm sory about last e
night, about everything I'm even b
sorry about that woman." v
"All right," I said, "you're v
sorry."
He squinted his little red eyes. 13
"You mad at me, Bennett?' 1
"No," I said shortly. v
He waved a hand and stepped
back. I drove away slowly and a
watched him enter the Harbor s
House. A number of things both-
ered me, including Chief Camp- 1
bell's attitude that morning. And 5
with the thought of the chief 1
there came another thought, like t
a gun flash in the night, and' ud uddenly
denly uddenly one thing bothered me 1
more than anything else.
I left Lakeport behind. and I
headed for Mariana Beach, but
before I reached it I ttirned into 1
the narrow road leading down to 1
tha lake's edge, to the spot where 1,
Hugo Howell and I had fished J
the afternoon before.
Except for the birds and lo loMists
Mists loMists it was very quiet. And
wild, almost primeval. There
were no boats on the blue gray :
horizon and Perry's Monument
was a far ghostly spire in the
hazy sunlight. I stood on the
edge of the rocky ledge and gaz gazed
ed gazed downward, saw the white
chipped spot on the rock where
the bullet had struck beside Hu Hugo
go Hugo Howell. And I saw somethiag
else; there was more than one
chipped spot. Three others were
clustered within a three-inch cir circle.
cle. circle. I stood by the rock, turned
my back to the lake and walked
slowly in a straight line toward
the woods, mt gaze searching
the ground.
I moved slovily, examining the
terrain and trees on both sides
of my route. At one spot, maybe
30 yards from the clearing, I was
forced to walk around a small
, pine which had been uprooted
and was lying flat. when I was
past the pine I turned and look looked
ed looked back. -I had a clear view of
the rocky ledge where Howell
and I had been sitting, but the
view would have been obstructed
if the pine had been standing.
Once more I resumed by slow
progress, watching the trees
more carefully now, but not both bothering
ering bothering with the stubby trucked
pines. I concentrated on the tall taller
er taller maples.
I'm not an outdoorsman, 'not,
by any stretch of the iMagina-1
tion, but I was fairly certain
that I would recognize what I
was looking for if I found It.
Presently I decided that I'd gone
about far enough. I 'stopped,
tinned and gazed back. The
ledge was still in plain sight. I
began to feel a kind of cold ex ex-
- ex- citement.
Pivoting slowly, I peered at
the trunks of the tilaples around
me. Then I stopped and moved
four feet to one particular ma maple,
ple, maple, a young maple, but sturdy
and with a trunk thicker than
others near it. I stood beneath it.
I'm a little over six feet tall, and
: the lower branches were just a above
bove above my head. Chest high on

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the trtmk 'were- five tiny holes,
and -11.cotild cover them all with;
a hand. There were two
one- above the ,,nther, and two.
more holes,-abouti'!three inches
away,' aide, by- side, and a single
hole a few:inches to' the right of
the second two. As my gaze tra--
Sled down the trunk I saw three-5.
more holes, about ,two feet a,-
part. Me third! one was at the:
extreme base of the tree, almost
hidden In the high grass and
!weeds. In 'the grass ,at my feet
was a little' pile of green -moss,
'beginning te dry. I turned and
peered batk toward the lake.
The ledge at the water's edge
was still in clear view.
I took a deep breath, knowing
at-last what I had to do, and
started forward, thinking that I
'must return to'my car and get
back to town as quickly as pos possible.
sible. possible. That one -step saved my
life, because the 'instant I. moved,
there was ti sharp flat report',
and something thudded into the
tree trunk at the spot where my
head had been Before the echo
of the shot ,had- died away I was
on my knees, crawling around be behind
hind behind the maple. There was an another
other another shot, and bark from the
trunk spattered past my eyes.
lay flat, feeling black fear, an
got the .38 from my inside coa
pocket. I held it in my sweating
palm, my finger, curled around
the trigger. tut there was noth nothing
ing nothing to ,shoot at, nothing but the
silent ivoods.
, THE minutes ticked by. And
, then, from the direction of the
, road leading to the highway,',
Ohere came a faint rustling,
sound. I raised my head tau--
, tiously and immediately ducked.'
; There was another shot, and the
bullet cut the weeds beside me.
I began to viorm myself bacic bacict
t bacict ward on-my. stomach toward a
cluster of low thick evergreens
behind me. I reached the thick
: trees and rolled beneath them,
feeling the needles prick through
my thin coat. My hat was lying
I' out by the maple.
cocked the .38 and peered out
1 from beneath the green branches.
i Nothing. Nothing but silence.
Presently thought I heard the
s fa .raway sound of a' tar on the
f narrow road, but I wasn't sure.
1 I waited some more. Five min min,
, min, ute,' 10. The heat was stilling,
- and the low hanging needles
, priCked the back of my neck.,
. Stiddenly I squirmed out from
beneath the stubby tree. I was
on, one knee, peering ahea d,
; holding the gun, when a voice
' spoke from behind.
"Drop the gun, Bennett." It
- was a familiar voice, rasping,
think.
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2144 lost Miss Taylor tempo. tanks to take the offensive so the
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takes cantaloune mixed with to -another platoon to secure write letters and others go to the .court. DesPite the plea, how- i ,, -
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.. f 41, boa Commissary. Discovering her within minutia! the baderseatch 'leo men in love viith hert Will she cheese
European plan that is, Tabby's I his job as o matter of reflex. irt Eastboun.di
. 4041t .,,, daily tab includes food and is Before leaving the field for the error, she alighted from the ,bus ION Ind ibt dispirits fulitivesP the man et cower or the man et mystery!
. t .1 always accompanied by radio moll 1 ERNIE 1 eneemPment' erittquel c4 tthe Seaway Ship Will at A Panama, atop reasonably
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MON liOltlieg MOrninrs attivities are given close to her' hotel home. As she ,, m.G.m um
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NImillaptitlIEZIOlf1:112 1 morning's mistakes, but once a- said the American export freight- be Sowig ROSIRT MORLEY. EG.MARSHALL .i. KURT KASNAR
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- HEADLONG

CROSS-FIGURE

ACROSS
1. Games: Deep, Old Cat
Cat.
4. A person breathes normally
16, 32 or 48 times per minute?
6. Area of a square whose per perimeter
imeter perimeter is 36.
7. The number of the note in
the musical scale that denotes: a
boy's name, a beverage, a pro pronoun,
noun, pronoun, Latin name for the. sun..
'41.' 10. Hints: For Lincoln'S sesqui sesqui.centennial,
.centennial, sesqui.centennial, a new penny will be
deSigned.
13. Tightwad just added a
cent stamp to the cent stamp
on the birthday card he forgot to
mail in 1957..
15. frice of an eight foot
ornamental tree at a dollar and a
, 'quarter a foot.
16. Everyone favors a month
school except groups, the
teachers and the pupils

DOWN
1. If a non-leap year begins on
a Tuesday, on what day ,of the
week does it end?
2. He was a bold who first
an oyster!
3. Always teach your wife
drive, in some else's car!
4. A trillion is one, and how
i..Inany zeros?
3 5. of the ,dwarts in
"Snow-White" could sing.
8. THat Imp is foRTY years
old,

9. A child putp a penny in his
piggy bank every day but Sun Sun.
. Sun. day when he puts in a nickel.

Dotograpb for Junior Readers

A' 8 Beensie tuld-Bitay Bear sail
rni their beat anothO figure Ap Appears
pears Appears on 'die scene. to learn this
nreature's identity, start at dot 1
and draw lifteto dot 2, then 'to
dot 3, etchi until you ,have,
touched it ail of the 'numbers u0
to 15. Afterwards, you pay wish
to &dor the scene with crayons.
4
A nagrammar Text
four letters variously
VI' arranged make four words
meaning a shade, ,ari; apology., a,,
kind of, year and albud sound?
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F:
:INT SPAC
WHILE many other physicists
- were speculating about wring
Atomic power in an interplaae interplaae,,tary
,,tary interplaae,,tary ship, Prof. Duzit went quiet,
.4y ahead and built such a ma maohine.
ohine. maohine. It was no surprise, there therefore,
fore, therefore, when Duzit announced he
was taking off for outer space.
Those who knew him had every
confidence the trip would be a
success.
Because the professor's space
ship was launched in an ahrost
vertical direction, he could not
initiate the trip witb atomic
'power, lest the first blast, recoil recoil'
' recoil' ing off the earth, wreck his ma machine.
chine. machine. Thus it was a discharge
of ordinary gunpowder that cata catapulted
pulted catapulted the ship into space at the
slow speed of a mile a minute.
Attu. five Minutes, the priinary
discharge of the fission chambers
doubled the rocket's speed. Every
five minutes thereafter another
explosion would follow and each
time the speed of the rocket
would double.
It had been the ppfessor's in in!
! in! tention to visit the moon, but an
error of one thousandth of an
inch in k aiming the projectile
threw him millions of miles off
conrse. When the space ship did
appiroach something solid, it was
the asteroid Eros. Astronomers
figure that, at the time of Duzit's,
trip, this celestial body was four fourteen
teen fourteen million miles from the earth.
' How did the professor get
1 back to earth again? You will
-
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' .

rOING around this diagram
v-Al from nineteen to thirty is no
trouble at all if you place the
numbers one to 19 in the circles
so that the sum of any three in
a straight line totals 30. Try it.
"Japo ul II
'Z1 'nil,' '91 9.1 .LI '91 '61 '6 1, '9
2 't 's 'e 'T lapap eptsplo !alma
aoluaa ODUIcT gJeAtenif

- Filling the Tank
ZOLUNTEER fire department
V rnembera were testing its
pumps and etnergency water sup supply
ply supply tanks. Three pipes were led
into the tank. The first pipe
alone could fill the tank in 18
hours. The second in 24 hours.
The third pipe could empty it in
12 hours. If the tank were empty
and all three pipes were working
together,' how many hours would
it take to tan the tank?
lainoq ohli,Xluamos ui
paug' ou pincLu muul ouj,.tuonntos

How much money has he In five
weeks?
11. makes stoop so low
as a key hole.
12. Said the judge: Take your
choice, $10 or three fins. The
smart prisoner took which?
13. Hints: There is no need to
neglect it.
Four of Peter Piper's pecks
of pickled peppers, in quarts.
17. Mars has Moon&
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' Splitting the Check
A FTER a party,' a group of
persons stopped in at a diner.
Normally they would 'all have
split the check which came to,
$6.00, tip inchUled. However,Algo
perions had Ilash awIty ,to
catch their last bus befote the
'check arriVed, so each of sthe
others present increased hiS con contribution
tribution contribution by 25c cover. hhe
whole amount of the check: How
many persons were in the group T
, Answer M Minute.' ,,,'
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grofessor Dux it, back from
outer, space, says gravity vari variances,
ances, variances, caused his hair to grow;
and ka, now feels twenty years
younger. To see his likeness
ilefora takeoff, Invert Ihe picture.
have :enough to do to figure out
how long It took the Professor to
tnake' his history-making flight,
'without bothering about such in inVolved
Volved inVolved details as the journey
back. How long did it take the
professor to reach Eros?
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p3p0.1 alp jo pooia Btu valou Egipleo
gi oj avea.Taul mom saplupu
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saplugu ;mu puo aim UOISBOINORI
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SIMPLE LOGIC

T'HE ancient Greeks used to
amuse themselves and spoof
their serious philosophers with
such exercises in logic as this: A
crybaby is a crier. A crier is a
messenger. A messenger is one
sent (cent). One cent is not
worth two Cents. Therefore, a
crybaby is not worth two cents.
Now, by the same process, can
you puzzl,, out why a cheap
rhinestone is better than a dia diamond
mond diamond to a June bride?
, Tumult) w num iallect
el ouolsoultp
Ja nag si auwisouttp y Muotusip
s ulna Ja st MultpoN uowtouy

UNLIKE other tire departments where 'everyone
bands together to tight a blaze, members of
the Sultan of Skat's fire crew operate individually.
First man on the scene, above, for instance, is the
Department Chief, Ali Ben Snioke; others are en
route similarly.
To see how Ali and his men operate, draw lines
as follows:
- Begin P-2 to J-8, L-8, R-2. Draw X-6, Y-5, Y-6,

By Eugene Sheller
HORIZONTAL
1the fifth book of the New
Testament.
5Former Russian council.
. 9--Chief prince of Meshech and
Tuba) (Ezek. 39:1)
12Son of Zerah (1 Chr. 2:6)
13The rainbow.
14Jthe shepherds saw him lying
in a manger (Luke 2:16)
5Parceled.
17Greek physician.
18City in the valley of crafts craftsmen
men craftsmen (Neh. 11:35)
19Do this for those who perse persecute
cute persecute you (Mat 5:44)
20Postponements.
21.--Dispatched.
23Exclamationt
24Man is a living one (Gen. 2:7)
:25Press.
27-,Dispossessed
31Speed competitidns.
83Badger-like animal.
34--Single uniL
,
35Greasy.
36Places of confinement.
37Short-eared mastiff (her.)
38Citrus drink.
39Confusions.
40Flower stalks.
41Check.
43To anchor.
44Nimbus.
45--In a direction toward.
46Son of Caleb (1 Chr. 4:15)
49White, rye. etc.
52-)-Cupid.
64sthe widow threw in this many
'.inites (Mark 12:42)
55,Bizarre.
58Holds.
58Pilaster.
59Miss Bonheur.
80Cries of the Bacchanal&
AlOcean.
(12Was In debt.
63.--Musician's baton.

li's;O:".':Tinig, Long7' Tr 4i1

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E '1;17 o r d
0 N 1
leads to an anI
I anI 1
other, 'Us ,
and the adage 'ial
borne out to the
letter in. tbe I 13
t 0 1 0 W 41t3
Vt4.
tester.
Forty eig hi
squares of t h e
snakelike design
at right are to be I j
filled in with the
letters that spell
out words sug- .e. 1 1 1 lb
.8j5
gented by,the
definitions below
The last two let letters
ters letters of each word
are .the first two 8 19
letters of the
word immediately ok
11
following: Pro Proceed
ceed Proceed according to
the numerical or-, I ill j
der of the ,squares
that f or m the 12 r
snake's twists.
This will cause 1 1
you to spell ii0Me
of the words
backwards.
Supplementing definitions to thain words are
clues to eight letters or words which appear coin coincidentally,
cidentally, coincidentally, in vertical blanks at sides.
A-crosst 1. To teach. 2. Guide by example. 8.
Barnyard fowl. 4. Letter encloser. 5. Leaf et a
flower. 6. To change. 'L To eat into, as metal. 8. A
warehouse. 9. Second of two. 10. Mistake. 1L Be,
ginning. 12. A thankless person. Vertical defini definitions:
tions: definitions: Left side--A letter. To know. A measure.
A beverage. Right side--A drink. To fondle. Poi Poiseseive
seseive Poiseseive pronoun. letter.
avi
'vea,--uAtop 11.014.t Ittmom opis "nio 'poll 'vox 'a
umop 'ep.loa opm ',ottani Tt Itt2w) JoJ.13 'pi
'Iatno lodect -eso.is 7 lam, 'p "viva '9 vdolvAus
mosauto '8 Veva. 't vivonpa spoilt nuamintif
-
Meet Tremen-DOUS Challenge?
rHALLENGE any one to name four commonly
-- used words ending in "dous." Most persons
will have trouble naming more than twe or three.
Try it yourself before consulting the list below,
which gives you 19 words ending in "dous."
voopvto,ttod
InopouvA loopTtml 'onopactilov 'filnopo,OrtATod Inupodop
'Boopounoul 'enopptioul 'snows:14 'enopod
-ovijp Inopocivoop 'anopodurdure 'oopvunr Jo timid) enop
-ouni :91v wow; 'enopavvvil puv vooptuwou Inopuedope
'snopuoutv.11 eau sp.tatv uoutwoo Apia; zio,i :mogul?

RUGGED WAY PIRES.

CIMLLEI101170

VERTICAL
IExpiate.
2The 13th and 14th books of the
Old Testament.
3Make lace edging.
4Cut off short.
5Daughter of Leah (Gen. 30:21)
6American chemist.
7Axnong (poet.)
8Roman coin.
9Festive.
10To do this is better than sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice (1 Sam. 15:22)
1ISubdivision of a tribe.
12Epic poetry.
14Spherical masses.
18Algerian seaport.
17Son of Machi (Num. 13:15)
20Pigeons.
22Card with three pips.
24Locations.
26Bone.
27The Philistines took the ark
of god to the house of this
heathen idol (1 Sam. 5:2)
28Act of tolerating.
29City in the inheritance of
Judah (Jo" 15:34)
30. Lairs.
32Military assitant
33The wireless.
38Embers.

Don't Overdo This
SOLVE this substitution crypt:
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Z-5, Y-4, Y-5. Draw N-12, H-9,
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T-2, U-3, S-3, T-2. Draw S-2 to
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N-7, N-9, M-10, N-10. Add tines
K-7 to M-7) L-6 to N-6, M-5 to
0-5, N-4 to P-4, 0-3 to Q-3.
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ItOSSWOUD,

37Solar disk.
39--Commerce.
40Therefore.
42Son of Nachor
43Celestial body.
45Musical chord.
47Bearded.
48Peat bog.

CAN YOU HOOK OLD FIGHTER?

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sons yanks at his line, Old Fight Fighter's
er's Fighter's fate is sealed. Keep It thitJ
Which pole controls Old Fight Fighter's
er's Fighter's destiny? Pole 1, 2, 3 or 4? ,-,
Take a guess. Men see if you can three nuts, or c
on the table. Cover ea
trace through the snarled lines
Make a great point of
to the fish's mouth, bottom left.
in the hands or up the
Reversing the procedure, that is,
willingness to have the
starting at bottom and tracing
articles so there can be no
line back to pole, is not a fair
Then take up each hat
procedure, of course.

What Ca' n Thu. Be?
Formed long ago, yet made today,
tni most dieturbed while others
steep;
What none would like to give
away,
Yet 9to one likes to keep.
What am 17 Can you guess
what the above lines describe in
enigmatic form?

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,11.410ES NINE TO SOLVE TIHS

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mArr MkriC
says that if you
know your stand standard
ard standard "9-times" ta table
ble table you 'should be
able to figure this
one out (right),
The Idea is to
see how quickly
you can reach the,
final answer to
eath of tl'ie stated
'c om puta tiont
frOm the outside;
of ; the circle to toward
ward toward the 'Center.
Begin at 9 x 1
and proceed court.
terclockwise.
First, multiply
the figures as in indicated.
dicated. indicated. Then step
Arita the digits
of ,each multiplied
answe r. Atter
you have multi multiplied
plied multiplied and sOpa-
rated the digits,,
add them as MO.
cated' and note

the answer Ishched at center.
What doesi all this add up to
anyway ?
Mter you:ve completed the
test, try to. achieve the same re resolt
solt resolt with4 a timest-tahle Involving
some other;tmoilbereight, for in instance.
stance. instance. :
Does it woth,?
p pelo) It up line
suoilvmduloo inn ;a :Jemsev

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40Serpents.
. PFinnish poem.
51Feminine name.
3:34) '52Comfort
53Ragout.
:5(1--Cut down.
, 57--Iropaz hummingbird.
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Keep It Under Your Hat

proACIC three nuts, or cookies or pieces of candy
1 on the table. Cover each with a borrowed hat
Make a great point of having nothing concealed
in the hands or up the sleeves, and profeu your
willingness to have the audience mark the three
articles so there can be no question of a substitution.
Then take up each hat in auccession, eat the nut
or piece of candy, and restore the hale to its original
position. This done. pick up the hats one at a time,
and silo eath to. be empty. Now announce that
you will bring thfi three nuts, et al., tinder which whichever
ever whichever hat the cpmpany chooses. How's it done?
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Tbink Twi Before Answering
THE SUM of our ages is 22. I shall be 7 times
as old as 'you are now when I become twice
your age.
How old am I at the present time?
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Does Answer Confuse You, Too?
Nfirt. P. U. MIST was aslied how many children
In he had and their ages. "Two," he replied, "a
boy Etnd a girl. 14 you add the square of the age
of the boy, Tom, to the age of his sister, Mary, the
sum is 62; but if you add the square of Mary's age
to the age of Tom, the result is 176." The questioner
was stumped by ,the answer. Are you?

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By Millard Hopper
WKITE enjoys a three to two
advantage, but Black'S last lastditch
ditch lastditch stand is proving difficult to
overcome.
It's White's turn; moving up
the board. Can you guide him to
win in four moves?
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- t9rOlk ,.:.,1-:, --r..: tention to visit the moon, but an back. How long did it take the you to spell tiOnle
-; r. .,,-:--; error of one thousandth of an profesor to reach Eros? of the words -......7......................................................................... ..........................w.
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a033 Fighta033 tiaga.1 prum backwards.
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approach something solid, it was -tt oi am agga.laul Mum sainal41 or w rd which a ear coin- Which ole controls Old Fi ht htclues
clues htclues to eight letters o s pp p g
cidentally,in vertical blanks at sides. er's destiny? Pole 1, 2, 3 or 4?
ptacE three nuts, or cookies or pieces of candy
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paaatto3 elitRI pinotA JOBBOJOad aij1,
Across: 1. To teach. 2. Guide by example. 8. Take a guess. Men see if you can
, -.. Ai gli I figure that, at the time of Duzit's, earunio eet Jo pip ein iv lie es pug
Barnyard fowl. 4. Letter encloser. 5. Leaf of a trace through the snarled lines on the table. Cover each with a borrowed hat.
- li -; trip, this celestial body was four- -1)8 Ixau am 'gal" ()I .99nu" 9" to the fish's mouth, bottom left. Make a great point of having nothing concealed
to' neau atn 'sawn BAU patomm diija 1141 flower. 8. To change. 'L To eat Into, as metal. 8. A in the hands or up the sleeves, and profeu your
..-000 teen million miles from the earth.
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K. .-- X- back to earth again? You will
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tlilltallic'nliolgsrA.iinngoavono uotaguy 12 A thankless -person. Vertical defini-.
ginning. starting at bottom and tracing
articles so there can be no question of a substitution.
line back to,pole, is not a fair
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HEARD THERE WAG A F ON-THE FIGHT!
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SERVICE AWARDS Carlos Cara,' tat tha ispaboi
Detective force, receives a 30-year Service Certificate Irina Dev.,,,
VV, E. Potter at a ceremony 'held at the Civil Affairs Buildipt. At Atthe
the Atthe same time, the governor, awarded pins end certificates to,35
other employps of the Civil Affairs Bureau who have 30 years or-'
more of service with the Canal. 'r

Your Ketirement

What's behind that "just
stubbornness" grandma or grand grandpa
pa grandpa often shows that, incidentally,
can drive the younger members
of the family wild
In the opinion of Dr. Alfred K.
Bochner, assistant professor of
psychiatry at Western Areserve
Medical School in Cleveland, 0-
hio, this is often just a rather
pathetic fight against a "growing
awareness of flagging powers.'
"We can't changg this," said
Dr. Bochner. "But Ne can give
these old people reaSsurance and
chances to be stubborn.'
"For instance, we tan urge
them ,something very 'much a against
gainst against lair to exercise to
the point where they really are
making an effort."
If old person insists be -''can't
sleep at night, and maybe' walks
the floor to prove 'it, here- is a
Bochner prescription:
1Be concerned, but not too 'con-.
&med. Tell grandpa 'he .can take
sleeping pills for three nights), but
after that, he must light:it. out.
Tell him to try staying up. one
night. He will sleep the next night.,
Grandpa has .no appetjte?
"Nearly every hid perdon has
happy memories of some food he,
enjoyed when he was young," said
this psychiatrist. "It's -worth it.
tory some of these dishes, even
at the risk of hot giving him a
perfectly balanced diet.
'If you travel in other parts of
the world, you find, to your amaze amazement,
ment, amazement, that many people grow- to
be very old op What Americans
would consider a 'very bad diet."
Sometimes yhutiger members of
the family must be eagle-eyed and
firm guardans of old people's
health.
"Often older people won't com complain
plain complain when they, are a c tually
sick," said Dr. Bochner."Orther
refuse to. have heeded surgery be because,
cause, because, 30 or 40, years ago, people
who lived through an operation
kometimes died the second or
fourth day after :
"I had an emergency call re recently
cently recently from the lamily -of an 80
year-old who had fallen on the ice
and for 12 hours had refused to
let his family call a doctor. He
had broken his hip and had done
himself real berm -by the delay.
"So don't count 'on grading or
grandpa to know when he or' she
needs a doctor. Use yOur,Aiwn
judgment. It can save everyone
concerned a lot of grief."
,
QMy will and I, both over 70,
have property which. we rent. This
brings our 'income' ,over 81,200 a
year. Must we file an income
tax return?-:-.H.Y;' '
AYes,

QYou wrote a column about
the Senior Guidance Council. Is

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do, F10--M.C.O.
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cil Council is a Philadelphia' enterprise.
But there is no reason -why such
an organization couldn't be devel develaped
aped develaped in other, cities; Why' don't
you promote not 'for' yoursV,,,,
QPlea se' tell me !where I 'tan
get information ott the new iniur iniurante
ante iniurante plan for older people,-abed
which you -wrote.-4Virs., L.W.A4
AWrite the American Associa Association
tion Association of Retired Persons., Colonial
Bldg., 15th, St., lslAr.t Washington

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' JASPER, Ala. f UPI) An over.
sexed.31 year old mother ,wail
sentenced to1 10 years in prison
Thursday afternoon for the arsenie
poisoning of her I-year-old son ',
whose life insurance was to
nance her River's divorce.
A circuit-tourt jury convicted
Mrs. Ruby Dean Holt of second
degree murder. The Carbon Hill,
Ala. mother shed tears as,1 the
verdict was read.
Attorneys for the defendantln,
dicated they would not appeal.
Her toyer,. with whom she att attmitted
mitted attmitted having a two-state affair
will face tilal.later this summer
on first degree. murder charges.
William J, Kennedy, 34, in Oil..
field woriter from Monroe, 14.;
Mrs. Holt's lover. did not testify
at the trial. He, is free 'on $5.000
bond.
Mrs., Holt said she mistakenly
gave,her son 'arsenic:- She, said
she thought it was tough medi.
eine. In a' signed statement.' she
said Kennedy gave' 'her the
poison,. telling her it was mediel
tor het son's cough. Kennedy tie-
nied this. She also signed a Mittel
ment saying she was going to eoV
leet $500 on the boy's life insur,
ance for Kennedy's divoce.
Mrs. Holt pleaded 'not guilty ana
not guilty by reason of butinity.
Two physicians who examined
her taid she appeared to be, over-
sexed.,
They sald she 'revealed having'
set experientes.with several man,
The doctors said she suffered
from Paranoid Schizophrenic.,
Dr.' James' M. Morgan Jr.' and
Arthur Freeman testified they'felt
Mrs Holt was 'insance and taps.,
ble of murdering impetus ,1110
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MIAMI..PHILADELPHIA :
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NEAt4 WELL,THERE AIN'T NOgODY
LEGU6TILLBETOTFREEAL 46 00 ., would consider a very bad diet." Her toyer,. with whom she atl- ;14
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MERE RUT U5 OW cHICI4EN5 FROM Sometimes yOunger members of mitted having a two-State affair
MEANT SROTHERS 11-IE 12T-8 PRECINCT! WE'RE DOING OUR I COULD WORK WORKER! JUST -rm. LACK OP PLINDS 1 N
hilade phi r AA the family must be eagleeyed and will, ,faca- trial, later this summer ,,,
LON FORMAN WIN OWN 1-100PLE RODNDDP ON ACCOUNT OF vie l' fuo cTLEAA DEAm ulp TAH13445HTOLEP
LAWNS AND YARDS TILA5017oRL00AH11714,5EEAperipts0FaBsAMsvEmst firm guardans of old people's 011 first degree' murder charget '''''
FACE 1.114E MOOSE HEARD THERE WAG A FIX ON-THE FIGI-tT,f
William J. Kennedy, 34, : 071 0
, AND WRESTLER AO 100 WOULDN'T kNON WHERE WE COULD FIND
i PRS, AND WITS health.
"Often older people won't com- field worlter from Monroe, Le.; ,,4
. IS 6MALL MAN WITIA
t SOME PLAWNIMS, ENOUGH wrrilouT eTtwi.AmtuveMvouuKite P plain when they are a c tually Mrs, Holt's lover. did not test4fy
THE INDIANS WIA0 WERE IN ON -0415 IANK .4.
HEAD I-1ARD AS, ZoS, wooLD you f ,,z,,, Panama ,, sick," said Dr. Bochner.! Or they at the trial. He, is fren'on $5.000
' COUNCIL ROCK! I 400.,.kk WE MIGHT BE ANTICIPATING IT OWN POOMI refuse to have needed surgery be- bond. ,' ,,1 ,-
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'who lived through an .operation i Mrs,,,Holt said she mistakenly
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-, 4 istics,, pecullarities, problems,
-,':..-., end schieveraents..kl, FA-.4'..;:.4,:e .,
;,'::-7; ;Ili buildings housing these-CC,
., tivities may be temporary in atruc
' ture or they' may be old and steep-,
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s7., d in history; The post,-may toe
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y may spread, over. g layge, trail
: land.; ,.y' ,,-, ; ',-,,-- ', .,,, rl.::,,f-,'
--- Zack post -has --ii' conimanding
, affiCer Whose duties,,are compar comparable
able comparable to those -of a mayor. There
',, Ore also lawyers, ministers and
' doctors Who perform the same du du'
' du' tieft as their- colmterpartli in -a cl cl,
, cl, "Tian community; ., -- ,., ,,.. 4-- ..,,
, ,-- -4 $. --- - t :'' .',.4 -.f. -:,
--,There are. other factors, howev howev-
- howev- or,: that make all military Tposts
: anique. 'Each Arm!. post., has ,. a
re
,r, ific reason,for its existoncf.
,, s mission may boreseaich,
- sting new weapons,--,, training
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J.' trambat;-for example,'fenginerring
, aor its. mission could be 'medic 'medic.
. 'medic. A 'second pecularity -Is that 'the
By
ajority of the population of eath
st is rotated approximately ev ev-
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Thesa ; spacial iharacteristics
: Sie reflected In the' meter's:et,
, tvitkh make up tha- library's iftl- ,-
&tenon and- they determble the
she, arganizatienal structure and
, -: ataffing- pattern of the likvary.--
i.The Army,post librarian is the'
' y to the succeii 'or leiturce of
Army -library program. He or
may operate a post,-,er ills ills,
, ills, tal library-or he may adinifitst adinifitsta
a adinifitsta large library system.
,, .. 5

. Duties include administration,
. iletablishing oPerational policies,
bedgeling, book selection, refer refer,
, refer, ce readers' advisory services,
ity and extension serviese.
sion is by the post,special
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Arlin.
r
, Tao Army's Speciaa Services
tars Amwhicinch aotyrepoctrathtees mmoraanyit aecntdi aecntdi.,
., aecntdi., ltars of the soldier'. .,,..
r
.
, ....on te the pest liborp,
1 se include crofts, Seidler
Ewe
, ; sports, musk and social
. motion.
,
s organizational structure re rets
ts rets in the close coordination be be.
. be. een libraries and all other, ac acvides
vides acvides concerned with the weltare
. the soldier. This intertrelation intertrelationtr
tr intertrelationtr s p of responsibilities and inter.
Site results in a library program
ivhick includes a wide range of

,

,
CHILDREM'S DAY Ths Quarry Heights Library conducted-a ime cial program for children and dozens of moppets from around the
Canal Zone attended, the festivities. Interested observers at this pro gram included &flora Carmen de Herrera, librarian of the Univerb
sity of Panama; sehorita Amia Maria Jaen J.,' medical librarian frO m ths University of Panama, and many students of the university
on hand to watch an'Army program in prOgress.

boas, periodicals, recordingi; MU-
Sic. ,and airliner materials whioh
reflect the day-today interests of
the 'Soldier and his dependents...
It also encourages a publicity
program relating books to alb ac activities
tivities activities of the military communi communiDoes
Does communiDoes the American soldier
read? Ho does. In the calender
ycart of 1955, 19,880,846 ptrsons
visited Army libraries (not incicd incicding
ing incicding those in fcield units) and 23,-
200,804 volumes including book and
non-book materials, were circulat circulated
ed circulated from 1,00 library service units.

(MORI PHOTOS ON-PAGII SIX)

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, LECTURE AT FORT' CLAYTON' .;-, Dr..daSion Litton, aisigned te
lo U.S. Information Service I Panama and currently lecturing at
a University of Psi lamiroa librarfacietice. gave a lecture at the
ort Clayton Library in conjunction with National Library,Week.
, e spoke on "Books and Missions a Pea ie." Admission was free,
- te were all events idaged during the six-day period by the Canal
gone libraries.

Itt'MAY 1959 6Witt(AthifitittliS

. ,
,
LATIN AMERICA:.Seltorits Sonia Garrido and sehotAniceto Moms, from Panama 'C'ty e
hibited several-Pansmanian dances some of which could have been brought northward to-Panama
from the early.Inca'Empirc This was still another step in tracing the history of the Americas at
the Fort :Amador Library's "Musicale Americana" in conjunction with National-Library Week.

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ort Clayton Library in conjunction with National Library,Week.
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,
, a spoke on "Books and Missions a resin." Admission was free, ,
- la were all events staged during tha slx-day period by the Canal , ,
Bona libraries. ,
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"Aiwa Note: Sara la Joplin, No.. be 1902, Linoleum lathes
has willies alert storks. Aistory, manes, blograph,, &oak
opera Weal, molar alas; traaslatioa aad astobispraphy --
besides poetry. has both a ILA. and as kweetaly doctorate
home flood& Univarsky sad has held both a Gaggambeha fel fellowship
lowship fellowship sad ma Anterhean Academy of Arts aad totters gnat.
Ne Meet la New Tech

rwo SOMEWIIAT DIFFERENT EPIGRAMS
Olt, Gad el dust and rainbows, help us see
That without dust the rainbow wetiM net be.
I leek with awe upon the human raee
And God, Who esmetimu spits right le its bee.
ACCEPTANCE
Gad, hi Bis inFmite wisdein,
Did not make mo very wise
So when my actions are stupid
They hardly take God by surprise.
TESTAMENT
What shall I leave my son
When I am dead andgene?
Room in hell to join me
When he passes on.
Mat shall I leave my daughter,
The aple of my eye?
A thousand pounds of salt
For tears if she should cry.
What shall I leave my wife
Who nagged me to my death?
I'll leave her more to nag about
Than she's got breath.
LATE CORNER
nt street light
On its lonely arm
Becomes

As asteimion
Of the Cross--
me Cross itself
A lowly arm
Whose light is lost
Oh. lanais, wsrld!
Oh. Imlay light!
Oh, lonely Crass!

WHERE? WHEN? WHICH?
When aft sold comes
Wh a bitter fragrant
Lae nasty iron and mint,
And Um wind blows
Fresh and share as Integration
With as Wet bko gentle apartheid,
And it b wister
Asd tbe remiss et the-tee ibis sib
Nide on Mess horses
) 'Whored something worse than plias,
' Which areawav, bar.
fir 'dation waiting mm sot any,
Wam mad hotelman. aikido!
Wine old and sot too gentle
Colorless apartheid?
CONR ROY
?limbos et tho daws,
Satid woe!
Art all Weld
Until 12-1-3 A.M.

Neat day
When be sbesid be loos
to work
Pte-none!
la ain't gone.
LAST vial
tont not into Ow Yowler
Ana, I don't Inns, whore no
So T ery, Lord! Lo-di

Yours Is the only name I know.
Rome foilrl might soy Your ear ig deaf
To one who never Wiwi before,. -,
Inme folks might taw You'11 seers mo
Since T never sought Win' door.

Yet T ery, terd! Lord!
Lord, that le Your naine?
T never knew You,
Never called You.
- St, tall You now. i't

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WASIUNGTON (NZA); vit.
Broca, Romanian sasister to tbe
US.- speaks wiled, English
which be learned es a studeet le
Bucharest. Ilet whoa bleassat to
Uds comity, be says be bad to
leers Americas. Awl be beasts
that Ile did Ibis so welt the-whes
be visited Se Stoat rectally, be
was accused-et boas dams damsafaRken
afaRken damsafaRken
Ilandsome--yetult Attain', GAL
anal BM Rogers has bees fre frequently
quently frequently mentissed as es et Vice
Presidest Nisee's closest political
creole's. But BeseTs said Oatty,
"Nose whatever!! wises a repot repoter
er repoter asked him it be bad ,awy
simbitiess Idisself.'
the reporter followed
up with the question: "Visekl pat
be available for a draft as
presidential cantlidate es a -Ucket
with Nisei?"
"That's just silly." said Bedsars.-
"But thanks tor the tompE tompEpeal'
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Republican Natiosal Committee
headquarters staff hat! to get to
work at S:30 a.m. now---lialf' an
hour earlier thaa before. Reason
is that the new Republican Na National
tional National Chairmaa Sea Thrust. B.
Morton of Kentucky, is trying to
clean up a fun days work at
GOP headquarters before he gets
to the Senate at noon for another
full day's work there.
Chairman Morton seems to be
standing the pace' okay, but his
staff workers are sweating- de despite
spite despite the air conditioning.
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Most Usual thing about the big
wingding that the Cuban Embassy
tossed for visiting Prime Minister
Fidel Castro waa the horde of atm!
women that showed up. An un unescorted
escorted unescorted womaa is as rare at a
diplomatic reception as a burp.
But at least 70 gals trashed this
, ono to sea the youthful revolution
erY.
A Mead asked One 'it the gala.
who was -standing nest to a Cas Castro
tro Castro soldier. if she bad tom
through the recoiviag Dam
"I wish you hadn't mostioaed
that" the soldier ,whispered. "I
have purposely set Mid her there
ra eine. Ouse she gees my boss.
she waa't even hewn rim a around."
round." around." Mei Movies is the elaborate
new Smut Offiee Building. Sea.
Bob' Kerr (-Olda.) complained:
"They say this new buildiag has
the very latest et everything. Bat
I'm afraid that means that they
have discarded, few 11141,- OWN

, mtural Itheetiast statO
tbat Sash acmes the Mama
dark night ham bag hoe
objects of mystely. Modern se.
Mummy. lute show that that,
obircts are wnall, solid Wks
which, la passing th sou g tr trauma,
auma, trauma, 'nay also- pass through
the earth's alsamphare. Wen.'
lists can the objects meteor&
Withht the easth's abuespholl
they can bileen MMus they
leave a fiery Wain of light
caused by friction of ids ois
their surfaces.
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Sidney E. taws fD-1a)
cratU -that the space age ,bas
even thented his reaction I the
frustration he sometimes bole
when dealbig with the Stabs De Deplainest.
plainest. Deplainest. ,-, 7
'I deal hit the eeiHng
when become angry or upset,"
be explains. "'Indeed I go, bete
orbit."' '
- Sen. B., Everett Jordan (V
C.) has tome up with a novel way
te determine when te stop stating,
Hot places one end of a- tearoemo
against his stomach., If the ether
end reaches the edge of the labk,

- Was An Editor Mere nen MI
Years. by Thotoas A. Haggerty
(Murtha Publishing Co., Winsted,1
Conn.) The memoirs of a &id &ideated
eated &ideated newspaperman who relive
in 195T at the 'age of 83 from. the
Winded Citizen, a newspaper be
had edited or 31 years. Haggerty
looks back longingly to a time
"when a man so disposed could
start a newspaper with a ease or
two of type, a job press and the
determination' to rescue ihe pett pettple
ple pettple from themselves."
He tells 'of his meetings with
several Presidents,, of witnessing
a vicious murder, of the disastreus
Winsted flood of 1955 which oh
seven lives and caused more than
SU minion damage.
Haggerty tells his story la an
eawf, chatty atylo that reveals his
devotion to newsPaPeTing and Id
favorite tonswiesied.
Tho Merchants of Life by 'Poo
Mahoney (Harper): In this' his history
tory history of the American pharmacea pharmaceaSeal
Seal pharmaceaSeal indtistry, Mahoney tat how
methodically commercial mg
research proceeds. A disease
Picked out for which there is as
reall3rgood remedy. Theo a lean
of scientists concentrates' ste Ike&
bat oae. Often it succeeds.
Bat there's many an expensive
OP- One drug compasylltas,
bout te market new prided
against tuberculoalsatter long
research ontallint the systhiesis
oft more than SAO chemical eons
sounds mot Sense of 30.801 soict.
Hut competitor tot there first
Inv a few day with the, imam
' Mahoney plates the &initial test
tof research by Americas pharna

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2it's time to quit. It the'-' spoon
doesn't touch, he eats, until,it Aloes.
Ifekdest in town daring
Iriethe recent, lighters et the Ame Ames
s Ames flew. intim. convention were
OW florists. They did land-etice
hominess. '' ,. I

', Large bouquets ,Lat orchids, se
lase desecrated 1, all the. DAS
dimmers, receptiont,Isheheons aad
Meetings. The gals, themselves,
were, always bedecked with cor

at- Do:Tiii.R .612.

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, fact, ea eah-driver
after delivering a DAB, mem member"'
ber"' member"' to the Mayflower Mote lz
"That woman is wearing so ma.
ay flowers that she- looks as if
she just won the Preaknesa"

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indica' -companies at 00 ta tate&
te& tate& His book is the first to g0
into the methods, organization and
background of a huge industry
little known to the public
, A Quite Remarkable tritium, hi
Leslie Ruth Howird (Harcourt,
Brace): The remarkable father in
this book by his daughter was the
English actor Leslie Howard. who
lest his Me during World ar It
when his plane was idiot down
by the Nazis.
He had achieved stardom Oh
stage and screen in Ruch product,
doss as 'The Scarlet Pimpernel
and "The Petrified .Forest des.
pito his firm belief that acting
was woman's work. Miss Howard
writes with nahiral adoration but
without the cloying that some.
marks such efforts.
In an muting incident she tells
et the time Howard decided to
,have an affair with a young ad.
liairer. He moved to a hotel but
him& the food to dreadful .that
:he returned home for his meals.
end of rellanee:
Tklik Slianedial Item,' hi Mona
earthier (Doubleday): The author
el the well received Oriental
sent "Hong tent" 'now follows
it with teleection of short sto.
deg filled with the sights, sound
And colors et the &kat
Min Gardner's- stories offer a
variety of tharatters and
nary towage and kindness of an
itiderly lady from itirgnis who
4was "grandmother' to the Shanr
begtsrie natter: a ,,IsPit ,,IsPitnese
nese ,,IsPitnese teuntry girl- sold hde pros prostitution
titution prostitution and slavery; a very tiger.,
buster ta MalaYit

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Reperting in lhe latest Nation. news photographers' peradise in
el Press Photoraphers magazine Stockholm, Sweden.
, Jimmy Bedford,- former instrue- Bedford says that photograph.
tor at the, University of Kansas ers on the staffs of Dagens-Ny.
School of Journalism who is now heter and'The Expresso', two of
traveling around the world on a the leading parrs in northern
leave of absence, tells of a virtual Eutope, are eqwpped withiour or
five cameras apiece, ,as well as
access to any specialized equip equipmeet
meet equipmeet they need.

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, locker of stondard -equipment.,
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, ternack - while others use it only on special
ijtIODUSLeon M. Uris ottasions.
THE UGLY AlfERICAWilliam Jos DtIdes of the Expresses
J. Lederer and Eugens L. Bur- staff is a 35mm practitioner and
stick t keeps throe Leicas in his working
LOLITA--Viadimir Nabokov came, one equippea with each of
FROM 1411.1t TERRACEJohn 0'. Ms most used focal length leues,
, although; for spot news and yr yr.
. yr. DEAR AND GLORIOUS plump gent deadlines, be keeps S. GraphCIAN--Taylor
Calchrell ie handy. :
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Paul Gallica But becautie Expresses Is an
, LADY L';-;-Romain Gary evening newspaper, DeMen finds
MRS.' BRIDGE-,-Evan Connell that many of his assignments ars
, WATCH THAT'E not rpressing, allowing him time
' 'NIGHT.. Hugh MacLenn s for, more leisurely coverage with
NON-FICTION miniature equiPment.
ONLY ,IN MERICAHany-Gol: its,,wears tho throe Lokas
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ENEMY GROWS OLDER mit length strap for each diffor.
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cow as modern as stainless steel tan
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Commander William It. Ander- There is 1,,total of ,1S phote- Ic asked -,wity she had accepted
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lend components for the demon,
station, thick till be in twe
parts, one a demonstration el
stereophonic high fidelity sound
from the best ttnits and the ether
displaV of the katest American
high fidelity component equip

Mattnevex, a leacibta stereo
package marestacturer. prdue
unit that offers radio, tido,
Ariake and record stereo. t
is'"We felt that. with the increas increasing
ing increasing number of stereophonic tele telecasts
casts telecasts using both ir ,Tlf channel
and a regidar AM station, ihere
was an urgent need for a combi combination
nation combination instrument capable of el elmultaneiously
multaneiously elmultaneiously 'receiving
broadeasts," Frank ,-, Freimann,
president of Magnavox. said.
4"rhe radio signal., which is one
channel of the stereo sound, is
heard on the right side of thil ple-,
ture tube ,t, and the televisiln
sound, or aftond:,audie chancel,
is heard oi the left side of the
picture tube."
Each soimd system on the new
unit -, consists of one 13-inch
speaker and two five-inch spJak spJakers.,,The
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AM FMAM tuner, two-channel, 1.0-satt
amplifiers and a four-speed re
cord changer with diamond sty stylus.
lus. stylus.
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General Electric has publish.
ed a 26-page booklet entitled
"Fifteen Minutes is, Steree,"
providing She layman with, a
basic guide to good twe-channel
b non-technical language. the
booklet covers the whys and
wherefores of stereo hi-fi, stereo
componenta and system arrange arrangement'
ment' arrangement' for various home settings
It also includes a glossary -of
stereo bi-ft terms and a basic
stereo record guide.
yin booklet is being sold for 25
cents by 'General Electric, hi-fi
components dealers.
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.1-11411 HEADLINERS -"I'm afraid it's just greed. I-Just
' -teal stand the thought of another
The develeiment of kaolin Actress doing a good role that-I've
destinies Is of strange ken- en oftere,d first.' ,'
'les. One of the strangest the
inelanchely food that fame and Co;ndoot and -Adolph
success ar treacherous and Green are enlivening the theatre
caroricnnos...., Jdoreaveri the with their boost fooling. ,They
golden mountains -eften rep.m- are, of course. among the most
sent precigke for tears. .As'; suemisty! wordsmiths in the
sad case bo pelt, there's the Broadway Hollywood real m.
Jean Crawlerd 'hwy. Neverlitless, they wore unable
before her marriage', to AI le resist the ereasesiaint-narcetShoots'
passed 'suddenly As they confessed in ro rotas
tas rotas week) the star cenfaseed: cord essay: 'This is the treuble
"Yew ask for the story of my with having ever boon perform performlife.:Vitil,
life.:Vitil, performlife.:Vitil, this is the store. I ors. It is kind et disease. It
play tha love, scones that elude Is actually a recurrbog alionent
Me Melillo that' leove me er, rather, k Is like kind of
empty-hamlet A search for se- virulent. tropkal fever whkh
eurity asd I don't mean oneneyi lies somidormant inliss bleed bleedthere's
there's bleedthere's toe security in that stream end can flare up at the
moan emotional security., There mere sound ef-,a pkk-up from
was none in sny childhood, and the orchestra, sr having leen
there has been none in love. page of "Variety" gap up a aThree
Three aThree husbands and Owe; ell- 'aim ano's
verses In my life and I don't
took divorce easily. Ws a s'sos
of defeat and I don't take defeat
easily either, They're sign of
failure, something te ile-asham' 7 '"
ed et. been known te bury
my head In the sand but grad gradually
ually gradually I've learnedone has ma-
ny testes in a lifelms-.4, loser
has chance to d v lp
strength.'

The greatest success is the abil ability
ity ability to overcome failure. Andy
Griffith's initial invasion of the
Big City ended in disaster. He am'
peered In a New York nightclub
and was a quick flop. Neverth Neverthless,
less, Neverthless, he refused to surrender. Se Several
veral Several years later the returned In
"No Time for Sergeants' and;
triumphed. And now he is the Star
of Broadway's latest musical
click, "Destry Rides Again.' The
knowledge that success isn't al always
ways always permanent goes hand in
hand with the comforting fact that
failure is frequently temporary.
Sir John Gielgud delivered his
customary artful performance in
the TV replica of "The Browning
Version. His career demonstrat demonstrates
es demonstrates the power of fateful vagaries.
He originally intended becoming
scene designer until someone
informed' him that a knowledge
of mathematics was essential to
that profession. As Sir John ex explains:
plains: explains: "Well, I could never pass
I mathematics, I started to act
terriblv at firstbut things seem seemed
ed seemed to keep breaking just right for
me.'
Such is the strange arithmetic
of success: In this instance, the
inability to add. subtract or divide
equaled.success.
Judy Garland, whose singe!.
Ing win seen ignite the
hag expetienced the am
swish of stardom. Per many
yews, she endured the torture
flot "'germs dietine in an effeef
to meintain trim term. Dum
Ins the meking of movie hor
diet mealeed el black cake
and cigarettesMr breakfast,
lunch and clingier. The physic physicel
el physicel -and psychelgical cense censenuances
nuances censenuances are may te
Once, during lance sequence,
Juki dropped from exhaustion.
"GM on with it," the director
erdered sites she was- revived.
"Get en with it and you won't
feet as hungry.'
The result of the staes
to-rture were suck 111111411100111 mu musicale
sicale musicale as "Girt Crazy,' "Babes
en Broadway" and "Wet PA in
St. teuiss.
Somerset kfaugham's latest la
"Points of View" (Doubleday).
The eminent author discards the
authors-must-starve theory. He
believes in the Rich-Is-Better phi philosophy.
losophy. philosophy. And he has never depriv deprived
ed deprived himself of eny luxuries. Maugh
am argues logically: "I found
out that money is like a Mxth sense
without which you cannot make
the most of the other five."
Neither Napo lion's ambition
nor Alexander the Great's power powerdrive
drive powerdrive are on a par an actress' pos.
tessive attitaidet: tolVard her role.
a rugged gamutmg chore in Broad
way's- "A Touch, of the Poet."
fleverthless, she accepted the. ad adttional
ttional adttional burden of Marring (thisreek),,in-
the TV version of
Pmgcno O'Neill's "Ah, Wildern Wildern.;47
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POPULAR
NEW YORK (UPI) Bobby'
Darin, who got his break doing
rock-'n' roll, kromises to become
a singing star m the magnitude of
Frank Sinatra.-
' Darin is quite young and has
much to learn but he already is
far above the typical hip-swingers.
He has a style of hie wt. al although
though although there seems to be a -Estinct
Sinatra influence on some of
his numbers.
"Bobby Darin: That's All"
uerco 33-104) showcases the ma.
ny talents -of this young comer.
The material he works with such
as "Mack the Knife,"
"Softly As In-a Morning Sun Sunrise,"
rise," Sunrise," Some ef Them Days" ana
"It Ain't Necessarily So" are se
different in composition that-.
they might terrify a singer with
lesser qualifications. But Darin
handles then with an effklency
that belies his years.
-Diahann Carroll is a young
Isinger with a hrilliant future too.
1"Porgy and Bess" (United Artists
UAL-4021j offers a challenge that
she meets easily. She singe these
sense- with such feeling it's a pity
George Gershwin is not alive to
hear what this woman has done
to enhance his music.
Diahann's voice alone would
make this record valuebie but the
backing she receives from the An Andre
dre Andre Previa trio makes thisversion
of "Pergy and Bess' one of the
outstanding LP's of the year.
Annette Puiskelle, graduate
el TV's Mkkey Meuse Club has
much le leek forward to Ner
first big kit. "Tall Paul," k ens
el 12 steectiens in "Ammer
(Buena Vista BV-3301), an LP
that should swim, te teen-agars.
Crystal Bails La Primavera"
by Hugo Montenegro (20th Fox
133) is one of Robert Maxecirs
finest compositions and may en enjoy
joy enjoy even greater success than
"Ebbtide," which hae become
pop classie Garry Stites may
have a big tint on "Lonely for
You" (C arlton CRA-632)
"Walk With Me" by Clara Waid,
whe has the same drive as Ma Mahilia
hilia Mahilia Jackson, is a spiritual sung
with great feeling (Dot-15916)
Tennessee Ernie Ford hat a
couble-barrelec hit with "Code o
the Mountains" backed' by "Black "BlackeYed
eYed "BlackeYed Susie" (Capitol F-4173).-
1 Selected Singel.: "Imitation of
Life" by the Haddock Trio (Coral
942099), "Two Brothers" by Da Daid
id Daid Hill (Kapp K-266), "I'd thin thinAU
AU thinAU the Way" by Valerio Carr
(Roulette R-4146) and "Casting
My-Spell" by The Johnson Broth Brothers
ers Brothers (Valor FF-2006).
LIP of the Week (Mono):
luSongs Remember You By" by
Dolph Traymon (Jubilee 1102), A
fine pianist reminisces with med medleys
leys medleys that permit him to spread 27
tunes over the space usually -occupeid
by
ef, the Week (Skims):
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' Love can 'strike like lightnintri
and the flash lights up the me-
inory Lou: many years.,
and Desi met when they toiled on
the same' movie set. They For For,
, For, All the-gold and glory are, thd
as precious as the warm simplici simplicities
ties simplicities of life. Before entering the
Arthur -Godfrey returned
to Ms farm "to spend al
time as possible with those I love
1
aty wife and 'children" In the
nal analysis the most you can
get out of life is to lovearid to
le loved. Incidentally, you can
wager that if it is physically pos possible,
sible, possible, Godfrey will return to his
radio-TV chores. He doesn't need
his work for a living. It his Life.
When and interviewer reeently
asked why he didn't plan to retire,
Godfrey replied: "The reason
don't is because I think I would
die. I like my work. I like it very
much.'

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CONCERT
-NEW YORK (UPI) -- A meas measure
ure measure of the artistic stature of the
late Walter Gieseking is afforded
by a newly released recording of
Beethoven's 4th, 5th and 6th pi piano
ano piano sonatas. The difficulty of
,these early works is that they're
formative rather than definitive
of the Beethoven substance.
Apply the style or manner of
the later sonatas te them, as so
many pianists do, and you get
bombastic cncertainty. Gieseking
plays them as though he had nev never
er never heard of the finished Beetho Beethoven.
ven. Beethoven. kle gets inside each one &did
deals with it as something apart.
,The results are works whieh hold
your interest on their own merits
(Angel-35655).
Angel also has released Gicse Gicseking's
king's Gicseking's playing of the Ith, which is
the- first among the Beethoven so sonatas
natas sonatas that can be called a master masterpiece,
piece, masterpiece, and the Ilth, which was the
first in the grand Beethoven inatt inattner.
ner. inattner. Gieseking subtly fits the
playing to the contents (35653i
You have to say Gieseking was
just the man for Beethoven, and
you have to feel youthful Jo, ge
Demus just the, man for Schu Schubert,
bert, Schubert, on the basis 'of his record recordings
ings recordings of the composer's last piano
impromptus (Decca-71005) and
his very late "Moments Musi Musican"
can" Musican" and "Drei Klavierstucke"
(Decca-T10004). They all Wow
with mmantie thought and they
sing as the Schubert songs Log.
Remus in his playing SetillS to
let-those qualities take charge of
him.
Amens new recerdinss of pi pi.
. pi. ono cencertes, Arthur Rubin Rubinstein's,
stein's, Rubinstein's, of Schumann's, with an
orchestra under Josef Krips. is
stend-cut.
What legato playing! What tone
coloringl Both are essences o
piece, andRubinstein's exposrioa
never wanders (RAC Victot
).
You'll get a boot obt of the su superb
perb superb pianiatic showmanship of
Julius )(When with the showy
Istand 2nd concertos of Liszt, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the London Phil Philharmordc,
harmordc, Philharmordc, (London-6033).
There are also new recordings
of Beethoven's 3rd and 4th piano
concerths. In the 3rd, Rudolf Fir Firkuany.
kuany. Firkuany. is the soloist and Walter
Simkins' conductsthe Philhar Philharmonia
monia Philharmonia Orchestra ICapitol-13-160.
Emile Gilels,play; the 4th, usiug
the same orchestra but -with Leo Leopold
pold Leopold Ludwig conducting (Angel.
355Bolitt :recording's' 'are profes profesamiably
amiably profesamiably top-grade in every way.
but you can't say either is extra extraordinary.
ordinary. extraordinary. "Comptdsion to Swing" by Henri
Rene and his Orchestra (RCA (RCAVictor
Victor (RCAVictor ISP-1947). Good
melds& on a dozen top tunes in including
cluding including "R Don't Mean a Thing"
and "The Blue Room."
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FABULOUS AUNTIE MAME Created by Rosalind Russell on
the Broadway stage and in a Hollywood movie, "Auntie Mame" got
still more mileage-during CFN-TV's "Face ancl Fantasy" show
when Mrs Anne Prttitt, from the, Theater Guild, portrayed the
controvetsial and colorful lady.'

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FAVE BROUGHT FANTASY This is "Pvt. Robert E. Lee
Pruitt," made famous as the lead character in the best-seller no novel
vel novel "From Hei To Eternity." Actually, he's Robert Phillip Sanders
of the Panama Canal Company, who did the characterization of
James Jones' fictional hero in In attempt to stump the "Face and
Fantasy" CFN-TV panel. (U.S. Army 'Photo)

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'EVER SEEN HER?--If you say this is Sophia Loren Making
herself beautiful beside a poolyou're close. S)-e is Scilla
Gabel; Sophia's former stand-in, who has struck off on bet
r.-, :enreer at Tartan's most recent cinemate.

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KEEPING PACE wail THE WORILD. Mrs. Fratces- Kenningtot:. Librat the tobbil
Library, eNhibits Some: of ,the volumes': burrently Olt the shams of her ilbra teSapt. James
post special services officer at fort Kgblie: The 461iines shnlytt boye; ate, a Vitt the'Army's Coo.
temporary Military ReadinrProgram to ibt the Career soldier ftwther bis military en.
reer.--This program is beinvearied ont at Ar my libraies In the Canal Zone.

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