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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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is considered a to 'bel.ostrictly an tional .thermal plants as to',-
economical one; Company, spokes-, outweigh any 'possible, advant,r,
men point out that: ;'4 ages, .7 4
a) Nuclear energy at' the power MeanWhile, t'uerza y Luz ist go gostation
station gostation todaycdsts anywhere from ing Shea& with Studies- into the
,35 to 65 mils per kilowatt hour, hydro-generating lotential of the
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.. is consideted4 to 'bei.ostrictly an tional -thermal plants as to'
1 economical one. Contpany spokes- .., outweigh any possible, advent;
men poinb out that: '4 i---40 ,, ages,. : .. 4
a) Nuclear energy at the power MeanWhile, Fuerza y Luz ist go gostation
station gostation todaycdsts anywhere from ing Meads with studies- into the
, ;35 to 65 mils per kilowatt hour, hydro-generating potential of ,the
while steam power, ranges from layano river; If this potential can
four to ten mils per kilowatt hour., be economically harnessed and
' b) Nuclear power plans complet- integrated with the existing ther ther,
, ther, ed or building are. estimated ,. to mal .. plans, while being about a
.kcost about.. $450 per kilowatt of favorable hydro-thermal balarice,
. capacity, New steam static the company .Will undertake con con"
" con" average around $150 per kilowatt. struCtion of 'hydro' plants in due
The spokestnen point to this at tiine, the'spokesmen said.
proof that ziticlear power is a test- However deVelopment of the
IY affair and is a long way from Erna, r4et,project will not de debeing
being debeing 4-competitive with other ter ,the company's planners from
sources of energy. redommending long-range pro pro,
, pro, ).. HOWeVer, the Fuerza y Luz man- grams of additional thermal gen gen,
, gen, gement and its parent firm, .
American & Foreign Power Co., c 1
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I continue to- mamtam an active
Interest in atomic power. tvil De en
4, Foreign ; Power's nuclear con-
sultants lire continidng to hives- A 1 ro,& 11 F
tigate the technical and financial rt tin
. aspects of different t3rpes and sizes e
of atomic power installations in annual Civil Defense pre preanticipation
anticipation preanticipation of the time when it, The
to paredness training exercise will
,- will 'be economically feasible in the Canal Zone Tues Tues7.
7. Tues7. carry uut a sound nuclear pro- De held
,, day, May 26. Government person persongram.
gram. persongram. nel and the pliblic in general
WI, eign Power's plans for the participate in this drill.
Ins allation of dthree 10,000-kilo- win
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iThe exercise is designed to
,i Wa t atomic power plants 'by its
in Latin enecit' the effectiveness of the
associated companies Public Warning signals; test the
America were announced in Octo- communications and mobility of
ber; 1955. Although the estimatid
costs at-the time excleded thite mobilize
the,,, Civil Defense forces; and
personneL resources,
Costs for conventional plantx, and transportation in examination
i was believed that the potential of the current Civil Defense and
;' benefits of this pioneer operation
,. viola outweigh the ilium DisasterAtelief Palm.
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s then.estimated. Although the siren warning
sYstem is tested constantly dur dur,,,
,,, dur,,, However, the entire pro. ing the ,week by the, short sound sound.
. sound. ;ram was subject to the res.. ing at the noon hour, it is consi consi.
. consi. ,lution of many practical prob- dere(' essential that the public
Jems; In, the end, It became become thoroughly familiar with
evident that the costs Involved' the sound and rhythm of the
in the qnstallations' arid oper-, warning signals. Since these sig sig,
, sig, talon of, small atomic power nals will never be sounded except
, in Latin Amedca are so during' an actual attack emergen

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i)pportunity ,to see the U.S. 'Ar 'Arony's
ony's 'Arony's best entertainment ,,. talent
p best Friday' night.
That's whew contestants end win
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, ers of the recent U.S. Army, Ca Car'I
r'I Car'I ibbena, entertainment contest wiB
'i ut 011 s special benefit perform..
''' nee at the 'Balboa theater. ,,,
Proceeds' will be turned over to to'
' to' ithe Canal 'Zone Boy Scotgs 'with
thee funds earmarked for use, at
tie new Boy Stout camp .'st
adden 'lake. .. -,
7' Cooperating, in making the ta taA,
A, taA, kit available are, L Col. Blaine
,,;., ,,, Butters of the Scout Counsil's
"z. activities cornmotee, and theater
t 'manager William B. Mallory.
01)1 'f,sba entertainers, including (the
'' track' 79th 'Army band, will take
I
' l' vcr, at the 'heater staring at 8
'' ,m.l. ori MaY. 22. Before they go
, 1, stige. a apecial film program
' ,ill begin at 6:15., It will consist
' It family technicolor film, "Slim

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Carter," le edy-drama, and
"Roundtip Time," a documentary
of the great Scout Camp 4it Phil Philmontf,
montf, Philmontf, N.
As B0011 as the entertainers fin finish
ish finish their a'pPearance the films
will be run a second Hine.
, licklitim to the 79th Army
band, the entertainers Include win
ners ',The Heatniks," a five-man
musical combo, ind Sp. Joel
Daly 'of CFN, a comedian, The
Beatniks and Daly tied for Prst
place and will compete in the all allArmy
Army allArmy ar Fort Beivciir,
next month,j)ther winners were
lmmY Heywood and the "Two
Cut Ups" who placed third in the
"reeorded"4 phase of the all-Army
entertainment, contest judged
in Washington, earlier this month.
Admission to the special benefit
show ,including .the moving pic pictures,
tures, pictures, will be 75 cents for adults
end 50 tents tor children,

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erators NS the loads grow to war warrant
rant warrant their installation.'
Presently under construction Is
a 12-650-kilowatt thermal-generator.
at the company's San Francisco
de la Caleta electric plant, which
is intended to fulfill the'require the'requirements
ments the'requirements forecasted by the com company's
pany's company's engineers two years ago.
Another thermal general
unit of equal or even larger
capacity is being designed for
installation by 1962. Other
thermal units wM be erected
as demanded by the growth
and industrial development of
Panuama, the spokesman said.
"However, with the continued
installation of thermal capacity
as a basic policy, hydro-electric

4y or, for a publicized practice a alert,
lert, alert, the civil defense training ex
etecise is the only opportunity
tht public has of hearing and rec recognizing
ognizing recognizing those signals.
Alf, should recognize that the
,"Alertr signal is steady siren
(or whistle blast) of three to
five minutes. This signal means
that an attack is expected and
everyone should June their radio
to CFN frecibeneles of 790 or 1420
for official directions and Infor Information.
mation. Information. The telephone should not
be used.
'A wailing up and down tone,
(or short whistle blasts) for three
minutes, means that an enemy
attack is, Imminent and listeners
should take cover immediately in
the elbsest and ,best available
shelter.' Everyone should remain
in shelter until advised that it le
1
safe to leave.,
For the purpose of the exer-
cise on May 26, it will be aisum aisumed
ed aisumed that the Canal will be Attack-
ed about an hour after a generall
attack against the United States.
The strike will be made by a
submarine' launching a 500 KT
guided missile against the Canal.
This is.in size, 25 ,times sa force forceful
ful forceful as the weapons useragainst
HiroshiTa (but 'not in effect).

Former First

By FRANK ELEAZER
WASHINGTON (UPI) ,. What
they had wanted all morning in
the Senate Labor Committee's
big hearing room 4as Iheat.
What they kept getting was air
conditioning.
But the real chill didn't set in
until noon, when Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt arrived. t.
A subcommittee ', was holding
hearings on a bill 'to raise the
minimum wage and extend its
coverage to additional' workers.
Sen. John F, Kei.nedy (D-Masc),
the sponsor, was presiding.
Many earlier witnesses had op opposed
posed opposed the bill: Wm. Roosevelt,
speaking for the National Con Consumer's
sumer's Consumer's League, had come to
support It.,

12CPLORING BATAN00rderZa y Los-exploration crews expldre the &wan river area where the ltility firm is conduct conducteng
eng conducteng developmen4 studies-in connection 'with, expanding hydroelectric needs of Panama.
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Mid of Fuerza y Luz Ce'eefficiatly announced they have abandoned fr the time being the -hope of atOmic
poWer after 1-recent analyticaV.StuAles illave: pointed hip the extremely high cost and poor feasibility of single atomic
power installations.. A
Howsisit;ipokibmeilicitibiarnPiiitialethcshift in atomic power plans -will not delay development' studies for

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,
'pogrer from the'Ilaatio rivet as
a part of au integrated systemi
still remains a very distinct pos possibility,"
sibility," possibility," Fuerza y Luz spokesmen
men added.
They went on to declare that
many complicated financial and
construction factors are related ir)
efficiency and economy in producl,
ing electricity as well as its ,sub--1
sequent transmission and distri distribution.
bution. distribution. "Providing customers with the
lowest cost ,electricity ',possible
while earning'a reasohable profit
so as to attract investors is g dire
necessity. In addition,-sc continual
flow of new capital it of prime
necessity for growth iiind omen omension,
sion, omension, "the spokesmem pointed out.

Civii Defense Committee Rbacti,,es
Alert Cord! For Mock Atomic Attock

,
This is the largest size weapon
ever used in an exercise On the
Canal Zone and its effects, of
course, will provide DOW prob problems
lems problems not faced previously' by the
Civil Defense and Command di disaster
saster disaster relief forces.
For the purposes of the exer exercise'
cise' exercise' the hour and location of the
strike is not now being revealed
by the Civil Defense office., But
the result of This heavy, strike
will require rescue of, the' disas disaster
ter disaster area from the opposite side
of the Isthmus plus the utiliza utilization
tion utilization of the reserve 'elements-, at
Gamboa. For the first time, the
newly constructed Mafia Control
Center in the basement of-the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building, will be uti utilized,
lized, utilized, as well as the radio equip.
ment for trans-isthmian' commu communications
nications communications and other 'equipment
and material not heretofore prac practiced.
ticed. practiced. The Armed Forces willParti willParticipate.
cipate. willParticipate. A series of briefing 'lid plan planning
ning planning conferences will be held to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, first by the,- Lt. Gover Governor,
nor, Governor, Bureau Directors, and ad administrative
ministrative administrative civil defense officials;
and, in the r afternoon by', the
members of the Join Civil De Defense
fense Defense Committee. n

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Maybe tha Dub!' was that
although Mrs. Roosevelt likes
Konnody's shs hasn't' boon
obis to say ths earns fir t its
sponsor.
Her most recent quote the
subject was that Sen. Hubert
Humphrey (D-Minn.) displays the
"spuk of greatness' she likes to
tee .1$1LE1 ItIrtn candidate
-ffAStrislifiet on&!, cred
ited him wait, ck Of courage in
opposing the ate Sen. Joseph Mc McCarthy.
Carthy. McCarthy. She also implied in her
column that Kennedy bad access
to,, and was spending, more than
his share of money in search of
political backing.
Her appearance bad been set
for noon. -
Tha previous 'witness concluded

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!Cs Peace Prize Speech
Nikes Plan For Germany

GENEVA, May le
viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
today rejected the Western "Pack "Package"
age" "Package" plan for Germany as a whole
but said it contained some points
that could be discussed.
The Soviet leader spoke at
teremoo in Moscow at which he
received the Lenin Peace Prize.
The Peace Prize award came
iess than two weeks from .the May
27 expiration date of Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's ultimatum to the Western
allies to get out ot western Berlin
linan ultimatum which led to the
rounding Berlin and to ghe pre prepresent
present prepresent tod get out of western Berd
sent foreign ministers conference
here.
His rejection of tie package
plan came, as the foreign minis ministers
ters ministers were tit week-end recess and
scatterd among -the capitals of
Europe.

But It !zero out previous pre predictions
dictions predictions 'that the Soviets were
se anxious for a summit meeting
with President Eisenhower that
they would not relect out of
hand Western proposals and
would keep the talks going.
Meanwhile American sources
here said the West would be 'will 'willing
ing 'willing to discuss Berlin as a sepa separate:
rate: separate: issue but would insist
any settlement of the crisis over
the firmer German capital must
be tied ir with the sweeping Wes Western
tern Western parkage plan.
In any event, this source em emphasized,
phasized, emphasized, thertkis no question of
the Western plan being split uP
now te,,,Allow.nagetietione ton
I Berlin alone. This( could 'tome'
1 only later, if the Geneva Big
Four conference becomes com

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Herter Visits
It While
Talks Recess

, ROME, May 16 (DPI) Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State. Christian Her Herter
ter Herter arrived by air early today to
discuss Western policies with Ita Italian
lian Italian leaders during a, recess in
the Foreign Ministers' Conference
in Geneva.
During a six-hour stayt.He-rter
will pay a courtesy call on Pre3o
ident Giovannie Gronchi and lunch
with Premier Antonio Segni and
Foreign Minister Giuseppe Pella.
His talks with Segni and Pella
are expected to continue until
shortly before his return to Gene Geneva
va Geneva late today.
So far as Is known, inv. ar arrangomonts
rangomonts arrangomonts d,,,havo boon, made
for Hartor te vistt Pope. John
pessutriably bocauss tho
Secretary of L State is to spand
so short timo in Rome.
Italy's Communist party, the
largest west of the Iron Curtain,
is not expected to cause any
trouble during Herter's visit. The,
reds here have concentrated on
propaganda and infiltration during
recent months, and there have
been virtually no Communist-led
riots for some time.
Diplomatic circles said Herter
probably will assure the Italians
that the Western Big Three will
make no 'departures from exist
ing policies at Geneva without
consulting their allies.
The secretary also is expected
to discuss the possibility that Pel Pella
la Pella may be called on to join the
Vig Four Foreign Ministers at
the Geneva meeting.
If Russia presses its demand
for Athe admission of red Poland
and Czechoslovakia to the Gene Genevs
vs Genevs meeting, the West is expect expected
ed expected to counter with a demand for
the seating of Italy and possi possibly
bly possibly other west European nations.

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his statement lit 11:55 a.m. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy recessed the subcommittee.
Mrs. Roosevelt entered at 12,
escorted by a committee aide.
The audience, which had packed
the hearing room especially to
sse her, stirred unesasily. Some
apparently felt an urge to stand
out of respect.
Subcommittee members kept
their seats. Mrs. Roosevelt smil smiled
ed smiled and took hersat the witness
table; As she opened her bag, to
pull out her hearing aid specta spectacles,
cles, spectacles, Chairman Kennedy said,
'Mrs. Roosevelt, I am happy on
behalf of the subcommittee to
welcome you here this morning.'
That civil greeting Mrs. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt apparently missed. By the
time she got ter glasses adjust adjustad,
ad, adjustad, Remedy was sitting sikut,

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pletly deadlocked, or possibly
even at the summit.
Khrushchev said the Western
powers knew their package plan
for Germany, Linking the Berlin
problem German retmification and
European security, was unaccep unacceptable
table unacceptable to Russia. But, he said, they
submitted it because they wanted
to provoke sharp Soviet criticism
and the blame the Soviets for
failure ot the Gevena, conference.
Earlier Moscow radio had
quoted lelrushchev ,as describ describIna
Ina describIna West Berlin as a' "blazing
haystack which can start a fire
"The interests of East and
West are Intertwined in Bar
he said, 'and in. those condi conditions
tions conditions any friction leads to the
aggravation of relations betwOon
"We therefore propose 'that a
start be made toward resolving
the questions on which depends
the elimination of such a danger dangerous
ous dangerous situation."
His remarks were made in an.
interview with R. K. Karanjia, e editor
ditor editor of the Indian newspaper
Blitz, according to the. broadcast.
At today's award ceremonies,
Khrushchey also predicted the
West eventually would be com compelled
pelled compelled to discontinue all nuclear
tests. But he said the Soviets can,.
not accept western proposals for
controls over' Soviet territory be because
cause because they were tantamount to
military espionage.
, 'Top U.S., British and Russian
nuclear experts were meeting in
emergericY sullen here, eyen as
' IChruthcOtikspoker ;11, e- 'meeting
was secretbut twits believed that
the Russians thight be ready to
give their answer tol, a Western
proposal that a meeting of ex experts
perts experts be called to thrash out cru crucial
cial crucial new scientific information.
Up to now; Moscow has rejected
the proposal.

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Army Opera lion
'Cross-Train" Set
For Tomorrow

It is the year 1959. Aggressor
has declared war on the United
States, and executed amphibious
and airborne operations on Flori Floriida
ida Floriida and the Gulf Coast.
This message will start the
4th Gun Battalion,- 517th Artille Artillery,
ry, Artillery, commanded by Lt. Col. Wen Wendell
dell Wendell P. Knowles, upon Operation
Cross-Train, an exercise which
will be conducted ,at Rio Hato,
May 18 through 23.
The friendiy force will consiss
of one provisionaJ infantry com company
pany company and one provsional 103mm
howitzer battery. The infantry
company wili be commanded by
Capt. James S. Angeles and the
105mm howitzer battery by Capt.
Joseph E. Muckerman I.
The Agressor force consists of
one platoon of infantry and one
of tanks. The tanks will be simu simulated
lated simulated by high speed tractors
which are 'normally u'sed for
moving 90mm and 120mm guns.
The Agressor force will be com commanded
manded commanded by Capt. Maurice E.
Kinnett, CWO LeRoy Sargood
will command the infantry pla platoon
toon platoon and Lt. Donald L. Johnson,
the tank platoon. The 4th Gun
Bette Hot!, 517th Artillery will fur furnish
nish furnish all Aggressor forces for the
exercise.
Maj. Frank J. Jansen, batta battalion
lion battalion S-3 officer, will be in charge
of the umpire grouv operation
which Is to control all phases of
the exercise.
Aggressor forces be employed
to add battlefield realism, They
will mareuver to present stitua stituaMons
Mons stituaMons to the U. S. forces enabling
them to react and counter the
threats.

awaiting her testimony. She
gave it.
"Thank you, Mrs. Roosevelt,"
he said when she was done.
, Sen. Jennings Randolph (1)-
W.Va.), who isn't running for
president, then recalled old times
when Mrs. Roosevelt used to vis visit
it visit they West Virginia coal mines.
He said he was stirred by her
statement.
Sem John Sherman Capper
(RKy.) told Airs. Roosevelt
that although he didn't always
agree with her, he respected
her motives. Sen. Winston L.
Prouty (ANL) termed It "al "always
ways "always rewarding experience'
to hear the farmer first lady.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (11-N.Y.),
.rho it not a member of the sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, said h came anyway

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FillpR311()RT
Latin Americans
Welcome, Cepa'
Delegates Told

LONDON (UPI)-- The mystery
of what the Scotsman wears under
his kilts got an airing in the
House of Lords yesterdap but the
peers did not learn the answer.
The Earl of Air lie, former High Highland
land Highland regimental officer and noll
lord chamberlain to Queen Eliza Elizabeth,
beth, Elizabeth, had the ole oak walled
chamber crackling with laughter
as he described his on-the-spot in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. "When I was commanding a
territorial battalion of a Highland
regiment, suspected that they
were wearing something beneath
the kilt," he told the lords.
"So I undressed them. I think
I am the only ()Weer who has
undressed a Highland battalion
on parade. I had to repeat the
order twise, but they did it...It
was the happiest moment of mv
life. But I found out what I want wanted
ed wanted to know."
The earl did not tell what he
found out, but a friend who knew
the ',story told newsmen the in inspection
spection inspection bared mostly loyaI Scots,
and a few disloyal ones in under underwear.
wear. underwear. He said the incident took
place durine World War 1.
Lord Airlie brought it up to il illustrate
lustrate illustrate his point that discipline
is not what it used to be.

almom,N.E0

inclu de Bill's Sponsor

to welcome his, fellow New
Iltorker.
Kennedy said, winiding it up,
that the most significant part of
Mrs. Roosevelt's testimony was
that we mustn't expect bargain
prices at the-cost of substandard
wages. she agreed.
,"Thank you, Mrs. Roosevelt,'
he concluded.
Sens. Cooper, Prouty and Bar Barry
ry Barry Goldwater (II-Ariz.) hurried
to the witness table to shake
hands with their witness. So did.,
Randolph.
"I wanted to say how do you
do to Sen. Kennedy,' she said,
finally, looking around for the
chairman.
But Kennedy bad already doe.
pats&

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CENTS

Rosy-faced Russiah Vladimir Batikin told Latin
America last night that the Soviet Union stands ready,
through the United Nations, to provide Latin American
universities with advisers and equipment.
Latin America students were also welcome, -,he
said, at the Russian institutions of higher learning.
He also offered the nations of Latin America the
help and experience of the Soviet Union in the public
health field, and got in a plug for greater cultural ex exchanges
changes exchanges performers and movies.
"Latin American shows are invariably a great suc success
cess success in the Soviet Union," said the pudgy ambassador
plenipotentiary who is to cruise the Canal today aboard
the Presidente Porras.
' An engineer by profession, specializing In bridges,
he showed up for a look at Miraflores locks on the after afternoon
noon afternoon of his first day here, but the lock guards told, him
the show was over for the day.
1

,...
In the commercial field, metals,, paper pulp, dyes and,
Bazikin told the Cepal del- chemicals.
egates in first-rate Spanish, As has -United States delegaii :.
that the Soviet Union was ready Henry, lit. Randall in yesterda,y
to import, Latin JAmCrica'S tradi- MO;111110 ae8Si612 ,,1303,zit.WleC,,2,'
tiontth-expertert;v4-44,--1 ,of ft WS ( ,,,sPeecit-e4ith;11,,,Urn-6, 1
,,
Muck, of the. ,Cepalrineetin tooting. declaration of 'his' cottliwhich-ltmong
other v- items is tied down to A 'nteatty, series 01
considering the, ponsibilittes of tochnical progress. ,
studying a Latin American vom-' The Cepal meetings t hat set setmon
mon setmon market, has been marked tlect down to a s.eady series of ,,
by hearty cries from Latin Amer- declarations by delegates add
Jean delegates over the sliding observers from 35 countries, and
in -world prices or coffee and the representatives of many
meals both financial main- organizations linked more or
stays of several one-export La- less lootely with the United 'Va.
tin American countries. tions. '''--
,1,
In return, Bazikin, said Rus- British ambassador to Pans
sten was all set to supply La- ama Sir Ian L. Henderson;
tin America with machinery heading up the United King.;
of trarious kinds, oil rigs, dom delegation to the CepaL
roadbuiling units, instru- meet, made no mention of the
ments, transport equipment recent jailing here of British
ranging from tankers down ballet star Margo Fonteyn as
through automobiles, cement, be declared, regarding Britain
Pananta relations:
"We have here the singularly
Whal Does A Scot happy spectacle of two nations
with no political issues between
them. This ,enables us to concert-A
loyal One trate on cultural and economic
tieS.
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Wear Under A Kill!
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LONDON (UPI) The mystery "We in turn, through being the
of what the Scotsmen wears under second largest users of the Pan:
his kilts got an airing in the ama Canal (US-flag ships are well
House of Lords yesterdap but the ahead of British ships in first
Pt haen aemx pa e' snidnivt ui sriebsl e oefx p Bo rrtist i st hhr osuegah.
peers did not learn the answer. place) are able to contribute te
men, passengers and tourists.v
la hTdh e reEgairml eoef taAl i rolifef,i efeorr maenrd Hiniigzohal I"
Brazil's ambassador to Pan-
chamber crackling with laughter
bloerthd c hhaamd b etrbl ea in toe the et! wEa I led
ama, Jorge Latour, in the
as he described his on-the-spot in- course of a complex dissert dissertvestigation.
vestigation. dissertvestigation. ation on the Brazilian eeon eeon"When
"When eeon"When I was commanding a omy, abstained from comment
territorial battalion of a Highland on bow the, diplomatic situ:is
regiment, I suspected that they tion stood between Panama
Roberto Arias still awaits an an-
swer of some sort to the aPPliett.
and Brazil.
Latour's month-long house guest
thheinglorbdeseeath
tiOn for a safe conduct guarantee
the lor him to leave his diplomatic)
twheerekiwit,e'a' rihneg tose'ldmet
asylum in Latour's embassy rtts-,,
1 "aSmo Ithuendorbeisyseodititheeerm.whItottahibinioakns
idence and travel to Brazil. --
ouhndrpeasrsaedde. ai Hhaigdhltaondrobeaat
woradgerthtewhisaeo,bibeustt mthoemy endtiderri..Ivt

Negro Episcopal
Church To Get
First White Rector

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI)---The
Bev. William F. Scholl will move
to St. Titus mission in Durham
this summer as the first white
rector of an all-Negro Episcopal
conY,regation in North Carolina.
His appointment, effective in
July, was announced Thursdav at
the annual convention of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Diocese if North Carolina.
The 24-year-old recent seminary
graduate is now reetor of Calvary
Chapel in Burlington.
k He will also slrve as assistant
rector at St. Luke's Episcopal
Church, a white congregation.
The diocest is reported to be
short of Negr. ministers.

Benefit Torrida1
At La Macarena

A benefit bullfight prograutf.
will be held at the La Mad .4
earena bullring at a:30
today.
Proceeds from the Heorrig'
da" go is Ms.

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be tied ir with the weeping wet. controls over' soviet territory be- In the Commercial Mkt metals, paper pulp, dYes eagnadte . .,,.,
Bazikin told the Cepal del- chemicals.
egates in first-rate Spanish. As- has -United States del
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and' Russian th t th S t U d H M. R
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considered4 'meetingconsidered4 to 'bei.wetrictlY an tional thermal plants as to' rant their installation; a part of an integrated Osten only later, lf the G11Sifil Bla was secret but twee 'believed that
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oin out that: ;.4 ,--,-4, , ages, : ,. 4 a 12-650-kilowatt thermal-generator sibility, Fuerza y Luz spokesmen
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: 'Sir:
A Boy Scout cayuco is missing that belongs to Scout Troup 8 of
Balboa. If is painted green with T 3 2 painted in white on the bow,
And 11 feet long.
It has been missing from the Balboa Yacht Club since the cayu cayu;,',
;,', cayu;,', : co race through the Canal May I, 2, and 3, will anyone knowing any anything
thing anything about the whereabouts of this cayuco, please notify Dan Mar Marlean
lean Marlean of Los Rios, telephone 2-3586.
; F. M.
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: Mem there is one thing I dislike moren then things its people
'-- who are always complainin an gripin People findin fault. or taken
' exception. or pointin fingers, usually has there facks wrong to be-,;
tie with an make more noise than them who has somethin interestin
se intelligent to say.
An the result is that the loud mouth criticizer drowns out the
,411y who really has something worth while listenin to so all we hear
As the yap and yack and the strange heller noise of the fellers that
-otre mainly always wrong or are grindin there own heads ax
,.:aesidai -that is.
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"lt.' This in definitely an extension of the BS Element in human com comeatinication.
eatinication. comeatinication. I once wrote a story about the BS Element which is
4.,:encettintered all the time in life an how it should ought& be studied
'''''seientifically like ESP (exter sensory prescription) or PSI which is
7.11nowin about somethin that int happened yet.
kora t
Then I remember when I was writin regular for the newspapers
Ita, Plus-factor of the BS Element was discovered. The Plus-factor is
4040 eggsagerated (I always have trouble with that word) extreem of
nits BS Element and iffem you meet it under ordinary circumstances
4 it' sorta over whelms you lUte the smell outen the sewer at the
ttrive-In in Balboa, especially while your eatin hamburgers which
:makes yot wish you was satin somethin else and sometimes you
feel like you are.
Now a good example of the Plus-factor of the BS Element is the
-,-Idnda tripe that this feller Juan Picazon y Garrapata writes. (Edi (Editor's
tor's (Editor's note' Sam's talking about "Car Repair-Al Fresco" by Juan Pi Picazon
cazon Picazon y Garrapata in "Panama-This Month" for January) I seen his
-i'fra couple times before in the local press and I didn't like it
efnt and like it less now.
Re dont know what hes talkin.about criticisin them mechanics
bz ?anemia llke hc done; I always take my car to them mechanics
when I need some ester fany-or real ompliated repair work done an
. rget results two, an fast. ,4,v-
Why onley last nionth I had to have a job, vilves and tap tap,
, tap, pets cleaned and carbon ground out. Tole them to check the whole mo mo,
, mo, tor in leek lind give it the business and they done it. I got the car
back in count& days and ',been enjoyin it ever Once. It not onley
runs rail gra but It gOt a lot of new things in it 'two anddliorne in
sovationc-' t, t ,,z
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Course, Its a sorts old car. Red, 'my boss over at Mindi Dairy
where I work, always tips hia hat when he walks by her. I know hes
foolin cause that car aint really that old. I think he :list respecks
it on aceount.its the onley Maxwell on the isthmus. operatin, that is.
But after I get it back,from Brathwaites Haul and Foundry- Car
Repeir Sboppe, it aorta stfrprised me an woUlda surprised you. two.
Checkin it over. I turned on the windthield wiper an by Gorsh
it had one of them new gadgets that sprays on the windshield while
the wiper goes and cleans the winders. That was sure an improve improvement
ment improvement and it worked good two and the winders got real nice and
clean in lin time at

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- The horn which uster have a short circuit in it was fbced im improved
proved improved two. Every time I blow the horn now it cuts out the ignition
and the car stalls.
I ast Brathwait about that and he said that was a built-in safet
-Ileviee to stop the car in case of an emergency that made it neees neees.:sary
.:sary neees.:sary to blow the horn. I liked that and tole him to leave it in.
Then there was the new innovation on the doors. Kinda startled
me at first every time I got in the drivers seat and slammed the
door, the door on tother bide opened. Brathwait said that was an au automatie
tomatie automatie feature to open the door on the other side to let the passen
gers in and iffen there werent any passengers all I had to do was
lean over and shut the door. Sounded reasonable to me so I tole
him to leave that in two.
-1!-, The motor sounded real goods after the grindin. The tappets
.-edane bt loud and clear now not like that muffled grindin and
thriOn lt useta have that made me so nervous. This is a nice clear
eincopeted rythm with a slight off beat on the third cylinder that
gives it gotta rockanroll effeck that makes drivin a real pleasure
these delft.
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trathwait said he know I would like that especially since the
valves on the fourth cylinder got accidentally welded together an the
firin sequence has been kinder misnlaced an lost.
lut folk! tell me that watchin that Maxwell go down the street
an Itstenin to that off-boat rythm is somethin nobody can ever for fornot.
not. fornot. Ita not onley unique but different two and also entertainin
whick Moren vou can say for the new 1959 medals which are only
Ituntorqus and funney lookin.

- The trouble with Mr. Juan Pieazon y Garrapata is that he leeks
patience. admit I had to go baek to see lirathwait at the Haul
sad Foundry Car Repair Shoppe a couple of times to make some
r small minor unimportant adjustments; after the job was done.
Like for instance it developed that after usin the automatic
door openor couple days, when the right side door opened auto
, matitally like 1 tole you when the left door was cioxed, that the left
Apar on my side, that iS, opened every time leaned over and
4 4f closed the tight side, door.
One day it took me fifteen minutes to get both doore closed. M
: dose one and tother would open and Id close that And the first wouM
0 :oven. Itwas easy to get them both closed though. Al) I had to do
w warast policemen to please hold one door shut while elsed Other
and he done It and I done it two and there you aro. Ji At a little pa
4 tienee is all Mate needed
I took the eer back to Brathwait and tole him sometimes there
h
weuldnt be a Policeman out at Mindi where I work to help close the
- 1iofside door and the caows and jackaeses out there aint much hole
tri that Kilda emergency. He agreed and fixed the left side door. It
dont epee sutomatieelly anv more. Tr faek it dont oven at all nOW.
The other thine he had to ediust slightly wee the Automatie
: eprinkler on the winder wiper. I noticed I wasnt gettin me murk
e 'Mileage tr the tar as I uster. not moren four five mileA to the 01--
. 7. Brathwait cheeked it And he found that the Fnrill, gedget wasnt
snravin Water on the winden4 it was eaeoline While this kept the
winder. rice and clean it cut the milAge down so we agreed to eut
Ntewn thnt fetter feature.
Coerse dont have A windshield wipPr on she car anymore but
'11113' milesge has lumped way un TIOW 10 Di 11P lileg on a gallon which
le mnrein Ivo mede in this eAr in the oast 14 years so won can seo
that it pare in the long run to have vopr ear olhrtniiiied in gond
gorse.. where thee guArentee there work.
IffPn Any nf folks want to know a good nlace to get Your
'.1ear repAired, notwithttiniqin Mr. J. P. v r:.. eat' in nal at Mindi
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BY ROBERT C. RUARK
I do not expect mr. Arthur God Godwith
with Godwith tin. cancer bit to spoil my
bookings Lor August in Spain, and
this is one manner of Worming
him. There is some corresponn corresponnente
ente corresponnente here which indicates that he
has formed a firm intent to in invade
vade invade ty poor shack this summer,
and since we are booked preLty
tight on the Costa Brava, I ain't
gonna permit a cancer to wreck
plans which seem to have been
thoroughly endorsed by Mr. God Godfrey,
frey, Godfrey, Mrs. Godfrey, and the cha chatelaine
telaine chatelaine of Chateau Poor Mouth.
I am being equally firm with
a Mr. Rex Smi,h, who has at attempted
tempted attempted to wreck my summer
plans for seeing some bullfights
and drinking a little nutritious
sherry by also having a cancer.
I have written at length to Mr.
Smith. the writer, poet, military
man, pheasant shooter, and air airline
line airline executive, that in future he
will please have his cancers in
the winter-time; when the weath weather
er weather in my end of Spain is lousy,
and I am generally off to Aus Australia
tralia Australia or Mrica.
I known of no subject which
lends itself less readily to hu humor
mor humor thin another MAn's sick sickness,
ness, sickness, unless it is a personal ail ailment,
ment, ailment, ar.cl so from here I get
heavy. Ten years ago you wouldn't
read that a man bad cancer, as
has been the coverage on Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Dulles, Arthur Godfrey, and
Rex Smith. The evil thing has
finally come out into the open,
Ito where you can write about it.
I had two grandaithers who died
of cancer, and the obits said:
.from a lingering illness."
I can also remember when vene
real dieases were called "social
.cliseages," a rather apt descrip description
tion description if your humor is warped, and
I can remember when tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis was either spoken of as
"galloping consumption" or was
just referred to as a hacking,
cough which sent you off to Ashe-I
' vine or Tucson ot some place.
Always ,it wa,s spoken of behind
the hand. People who werit nuts
were suffering from "nervotis dis disorders,"
orders," disorders," if that was m,entioned
at all.
In my brief span I have leen
I syphilis and gonorrhea conquer conquered
ed conquered with an injection. A friend of'
I mine in London who had a case'
of TB which formerly would have
kept him flat on his brick for 10,
years, is)at work after a month's
treatment with some of the new
drugs. They, have done alsmost'
impossible things with insanity
.and heart surgery. And the con conquest
quest conquest of cancer is just, around the
corner,
Mr.Godfrey has been 1,,patrio
tie filth, 118 been 4Mli)L
and Mr. Smith, hat,all 'of Aglitter
work for naval aviation. 'all of
Foster Dulles' work in the State
Department, all of Mr. Smith's ex excessive
cessive excessive contributioni to warfare,
journalism, bullfighting, poetry
ard lite-ature. have liot eamoutit eamoutited
ed eamoutited to the s'um of their contribu contribution
tion contribution in this cancer thing. The
lurking beest that only needs
the correct tracking has been
brought out into the open,. to
where canceroue illn,esses can be
covered by news services. and not
covered up by the weaseling "long
illness" or "lingering illness.
Maybe this is what we need
now to get this government of ours
to spend as much dough on can cancer
cer cancer research as. they spend on
rockets. as they spend on thiev thieving
ing thieving noliticiing end ungrateful,
hateful strangers in foreign lands.
The Amerlear, Cancer Society has
been great, but private money
cerry the lond alone.
All cancer needs to remove it
as a metiace is -enough money
end men to prowl around the
lahoratorier ontil one day a so solution
lution solution is simple as aspiring will
pnn don't auppose that DIH
Randolph Lovelace, in whosec
clink st Albuquerque the human
candidates for the space shot
were recently examined. will
mind if I rectill a long-ago con convergation:
vergation: convergation: "All we need." Rendy
'said. "is enough money and e enough
nough enough men," This has been re repeated
peated repeated to me by every sinteen
reseerch oh-rfri T know. E Enough
nough Enough money. Enough dedleated
men.
God Ione knowns what we've
iment on wars. on foreign aid
(known variously as slush, graft,
or money down the drain). on P PI
I PI bortive rockets and sputniks and
nuclear subs, but one thing is
clear: we' havt spent one hell ho
a lot more on methods of killing
neonle than we have spent on me methods
thods methods to rot kill people.
W. talk blithely now about who
is to rule outer epee., and even

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Half a ColumnMore or LessNow and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO HARRY
There were four of us, two Pa Panamanians
namanians Panamanians a former pr,esident of
the American Society, and my
self, at a cocktail party given in
the Commanding Gene,ral's quar quarters
ters quarters at Quarry Heightt. We were
on the gallery. The former Pre President
sident President of the American Society
pointed at a flower bed at the
end of the lawn.
"I'm sorry that isn't Harry Tru Truman's
man's Truman's grave, said the president
of the American Society.
I had a strong suspicion that
the speaker waS a Republican,
but didn't say anything, and of
course, the' PanaMallians couldn't
from ;embarrassment. That wall a
long time ago and Harry is still
going strong. May I he celebrated
his 75th birthday with a lot of
help from his friends.
There werer ellbirlhday parties
Wile cities from Neuf York, to San
Francisco. The number attending
according to the'Associated Press,
was 70,000, not one of whom wish
ed that Harry Truntan was in his
grave

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Two:-of his great friends and
admirers were at the dinner at
the Waldorf Astoria, Eleanor Roo
seven' rand Dean, Acheson. Airs.
RooseVORI recalled- the dramatic
moment 'when shl told Vice-President
Truman;
"Harry, the President is dead."
"The character of my friend,"
continued Mrs. Roosevelt, "was
proved on that terrible day. He
was frightened --, as he sho:ild
have been. For,no man had been
placed so abruptly in such a 5eat
of responsibility.
"And yet there was never in
him the slighest hint that he would
try to, evade what fate had thrusf
upon him. I, knent' then that he
was a good man. Later I thrilled
to watch him grow to greatness.
"With every decision he grew.
until to the entire world 'he was
a' towering figuee. The decisions
he then ;Tide shaped the very
world we live in today."
Now just what were some of

tual economy trips to the moon.
We are into an age where com commercial
mercial commercial aircraft will go 2,000 miles
an hour, and atomic subs will live
months under the ice of Antarc Antarctica.
tica. Antarctica. But we have hot yet put a
finger on what makes a human
cell burgeon until it becomes a
thing called cancer, a malignan malignancy
cy malignancy in man not derived from the
soul.
We had best, get cracking on
this, government...And, in the
meantime, I am expecting Mr.
Godfrey and Mr. Smith to 'ar 'arrive
rive 'arrive this summer at the airport
in Prat, which is just outside
Barcelona. Because Mr. Smith and
I have some bulls to see, and Mr.
Godfrev and I have a safari to
consider.

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those decisions?
He did not know of the existence
of the top secret atom bomb until
13 days after he became Prresid Prresident.
ent. Prresident. Hilt he test no time in. decid deciding
ing deciding to use it. It was strong medi medicihe,
cihe, medicihe, but it shortened the war
and saved at least half, a million
American casualties and perhaps
an equal number of Japanese.
President Truman .did not hes hestitate
titate hestitate when the decision as to the
organization of the United Na Nations
tions Nations came up and gave the pro.
ject his full support.
It was his decision that offered
economic and military aid to
Greece and Turkey and saveo
them from being overwhelmed by
the Communists. At the same time
it did a lot of saving for the re.
mainipg countries of the tree
world. That was knowa as the Tru Truman:Doctrine,
man:Doctrine, Truman:Doctrine, until the change of
admilliSttation.
He was it least the godfather of
the Marshall Plan which saved
much of the rest of Europe triim
Communist domination. He is still
criticized by the Republians for
that, but not by the people he
helped in Europe.
President Truman's decision led
the United States into the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization.
When the Russians started to
bluff him in Germany by- cutting
off access Jo West Berlin, Pre President
sident President Truman instituted the air
lift that saved West Berling tand
stopped the Russians. He made
that decision without appointing
a commission to come up wiih
a unanimous agreement, and wi,h
out taking a vacation to play golf
for or shoot quail. Mr. Truman
had few vacations while Presid President.
ent. President. He was too busy.
Tbe Russians might be in Japan
today if President Truman had
not taken the risk. of starting
World War III by sending forces
into Korea to stop the invasion
of Communists.
He received the support of the
United Nations and it even was
known as a United Nations War
until the first Eisenhower cam campaign,
paign, campaign, when the Republicans call called
ed called it Truman's War. Remem'aer
that our neighbor to the South,
Colombia, sent both troops and
navy to Korea.
The war in Korea was going
rather badly, despite the fact that,
after, boasting that he would have
the troops home for Chrisimaa,
Gen. Douglas MacArthur and his
army was almost pushed Into
the sea.
Then President Truman Made
another decision. He relieved Gen.
MacArthur and sent a former
commander of the Canal Zone
forces, Gen. Mtthew Ridgeway
to recoup the MacArthur's loss. It
was costly but he did it.
"He was insubordinate," Presi President
dent President Truman said in explanation,
"and I fired him, just like Lin

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coin fired McClellan. Sure I knew
there would be a lot of stink a about
bout about it, but I didn't give a damn.
It was the right thing to do and
I did it."
He made other decisions and
some of them wrong, but they
were decisions and not evasions.
The New York Times, which
has not supported a Democrat far
President, since before Tom De Dewey's
wey's Dewey's presumed walkover; has thia
to say now:
"Proper historical perspective
has not yet been achieved, but
it has been said of President Tru Truman
man Truman that he faced up courageous courageously
ly courageously to more' grave decisions than
any other President."
Comparisons are said to be
odious so I'll refrain from making
any. Let the Times speak;
"When Mr. 'Truman took over
the office,. (the presidency) after
serving as vice-president for' only
82 days, it did not appear within
reason that he could fill tht shoes
of Franklin D. Roosevelt at' a time
of grave' international crisis. But
he did the job."
This is a time of international
crisis, but Mr. Truman's shoes
have not been filled.
There is as wide a gap between
Mr. Truman's preparation and the
training and buildup that have
been. given to Vice-president Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon, as there, was be between
tween between the former background and
on that of his Secretary of Stat2
Dean Acheson. But few people have
been closer, not even President
Eisenhower and John Foster Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, that Truman and Acheson.
Dean Acheson told of a friend
whO was revisiting the White
House and seeing a well known
and 'genial Washingtonian headed
for the President's office, cocked
an inquiring eyebrow.
"Oh, .he was told," he's goiAg
to cheer up the President."
"That's funny, said my triend,,
"in Ottr day the President used
to cheer us up.'
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Acheson said of Truman that
he could 'and did outwork us
all. A:few hours of sleep woulo
recharge him to the point where
he -had to Will some of' it off
early in the mrning.
That was the only recreation
President Truman had and he
didn't take that on government
time.

He did not play golf, shoot quail
or duck, or go fishing. He did
play the piano, I understand, rath rather
er rather well ler an amateur.
Mary ohne Truman, ills sister
says that it was their mother who
influenced Harry to study music.
She also sald that her brother al always
ways always had this quotation from
Mark Twain on his desk.,
"Mways do right, this weill
gratify some people and astonish
the rest."

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LACKWITS'AND LOONS; fellow by the pame of:Ham.
marskjoiCmanaged tolmakCir thistfat-last weele aft th0
way from 'Summit Meet preparatitintr Ir(Genevt4.11n, the
United NatiOns-liki Natiiinal bulkling,,,,about a
boftle top's throw from the Tivc 11;,,he cielivered in:opening
Wrist to -the current session -of the United Nations' Econ Economic
omic Economic Commission 'for Latin America;:'
, Due to the efficiency of the tnodern airplinel(he was
subjected- tO"'Only One orouting,for engine, failure); the;
fellow with perhaps more personal responsibility than any
other indivklual for trying to maintain peat, lp ',the wOrid,
and for trying to Improve the 'hopes of health and hapOlnew
for the mass-of mankind,'-traversed the lp,000 mijes'or so
(via New Work) that separates-Geneva Irony Di Lessepe
Park.
Maybe hecauSe Panama's Elton TO'''dclhasnot,yoi,heett
allotted the route from the Gilboa Clubhotlise tea. Street,
scarcely a Zonlanwas visible as-HammarskjoldvPSnia the
ECLA conference In the scarcely-accented English'r'of
cultured, seRhisticated slid highly responsible Eutopean
statesman.- '
Canal Zonlans, whose only reason for being here on
the Isthmus is that the world is a hig place around thief'
people and products progress by blat, found the 25 yards
(give or take a few) from the Tivoli to the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly building more of a hurdle than Hammarskjold found
the 10,000 miles from Geneva.
For last week and this week the National Assembly
building has boon converted into what amounts to a section4
of the United Nations operation In New York. Nations ate
talking to one another here in ciVilized tones, Searching for
solutions to social and economio problems reaching far Into
the hemispbere's future.
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What-are the Zonians, so conspiouOusty bninterest'ed In
this little piece of history and social progress, seeking? The
clubhouse jukebox, I suppose.
Available for Inspection daily from the Nationat As.
sembly gallery is Rusian ambassador to Mexico Vladimir
Bazikin. Down here he heads the Soviet delegation to Abe
current meeting. In Mexico he's the guy who was ordered.'
to get-at least two of his Embassy aides out of the country
fast for trying to run a wave of strikes. I'm told that at
least another 11 Russian embassy aides in Mexico took
the hint and hooped out before they were heaved out. mho
is Communism in action in Latin America. Do Zonians
to inspect the face of practical Communism. No, they bleat
some patheticioly impractical Madison Avenue catchphrase
about "freedom," and exercise their freedom to choosi to
listen to a bingo caller rather than a man of Hammarskjold's
world staure, or Bazikin's guile.
Not that Hammarskjold has any reason to complain.
The worlds. No. 1 citizen drew a good house of interested
end respectful Panamanians (you have, of course, heard
Zonians exoressing their opinion of panama's place in world
affairs). And Hammarskiold joined a series of notable In Individuals
dividuals Individuals (Labor grear Dave Dubinsky is one roan 'Plink
ef) who have been beneath the interest of these Zonians
who should be about the most world-minded Americans out outside
side outside the' port captain of New YOrk.i '''t A"
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Remember that series of lectures by leading Americans
Goy. William E. Potter once tried to start, In the 'hope of
interesting Zonians in something more significant than Civil
Service retirement and the lint in their navel? I
The box office score of Potter's Orogram Indicated thator,
Elvis could draw tnore in a downpour in the Drive-In than
the US Secretary of Defense or Secretary of Defense could
draw in Balboa Theater with employes given free time off
to listen, yet.
Maybe if Potter managed to get a juke box up on to
the Balboa Theater stage and station President Eisenhower
beside it with a handful of nickels to play rock 'n' roll
records then he would be able to whip tin Some sign of
Canai Zone interest in a personality of the day.
Come the etrening show, of course, Eisenhower would.,
have to call a bingo game. That would be for the policy.
forming, thoughtful-Zonians.
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By way of a pause for breath, I offer an apology te,ct
Cleveland Roberts, president of the Paraiso Civic CoUnCit.
Lest week I iought to make the point, despite the printer's
skilled efforts to foil, me, that the presidents of the Local LocalRate
Rate LocalRate Civic Councils had totally ignored as invitation to wet
little hometown neWs from their communities Into The
Panama American. Roberts did not totally ignore this in.
yitation. He embarked on negotiations with the editorial
secion here via carrier pigeon, cleft stick or (most ancient
device of all) the Nem y LUZ'S telephone system. WireS 4
crot crossed. Pigeons got esitatcosis. Cleft sticks snapped,
Roberts' efforts stalled, 'through no fault of his.
If ever there comes a couple of minutes between re revolutions
volutions revolutions of Hemmarskiold visits. we'll seek out Roberts to
get word from Pantie. In the meantime he rates art
apology, though not unconditional. The Cuban invader
surrentlered unconditionally at Nombre de Dios, so they say,
and look what haopened to them.
As for the other.Local Rate community leaders who 1
iust did not care enough to bother answering this paper's
invitation, heir constituents may be interested to hear hat
we're naming a wasepaper basket for each of them,
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PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is, naturallY,
derived from the 35 rountries which are reOresented at the
two-week tession of he 8th Cepal conference. Anyone for
3528?

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: 3 Die, 2 Wounded As Berserk
Businessman Batt!es Police

LIMERICK, Maine (UPI)May
16A berserk businessman des despondent
pondent despondent after going bankrupt, kill killed
ed killed his wife a police chief and
s wounded two state policemen. be,
fore he died of a gunshot wound
in ins bullet-riddled home.
Gordon G. Hamlin, 45, de described
scribed described as a "crack shot,4" stood
off more than 50 policemen who
surrotmded his home during a
four-hour siege yesterday.
One of the wounded, state -po-
lice detective Stephen Regina was
near death early today at Maine
Medital Center in Portland. Re Regina
gina Regina was hit with a shotgun blast
m -the stomach.
Hamlin's wife, Rose, 40, and
, Westbrook Police Chief Pierre A.
- Retools, 34, were dead.
Police saidthey were not im
4 mediately able 'to determine
whether Hamlin committed sui suicide
cide suicide 9r was killed by police bul bul'
' bul' let.'
The 4N5od' titstbfifit 13eglin
shortly before wh,en Maur.
,' lin Allied bis wife with, itleingle,
shotgun blast' on the front porch
their. housi, Situated 'in a quiet
, reildential section-in this town, 30
- miles west of Portland.
Hamlin then barricaded himself
in his large hvo-story house.'
- Two squads of poll& arrived
'minutes later. State trooper Wit,
, lard Parker kicked in the front
' door and was felled by e shotgun
' blast, which struck him in the
right side. He was not seriously
wounded and dragged himself to
safety.

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"I'm certainly not getting rich
fit but I'll have to- admit I never
bad a better time in my life!"
That's 69-year-old Bill Han,-
kins' reaction tol a part-time job
he took three years ago.
For hundreds of relief clients in
the county in whick Hankins lives,
and for thousands of taxpayers,
Hankins has proved a miracle
IV' worker.
Hankins' assignment, at which
la he spends three days a week, Is
finding jobs for people on relief.
He took it at the request of his
county's relief director, spokes spokesman
man spokesman for a citizens' committee.
"I., didn't want the lob," Han Hankins
kins Hankins mails. "I had retired pre previously
viously previously as htiad if industrial
relations for a big steel firm
I was all tett to try retirement
living In Florida.
"But the relief director Insist:
ed. And my wife wasn't keen on.
, up stakes, and leaving
our northern home," r
Today Hankins heads a depart departintent
intent departintent that includes 'two Inter Interviewers
viewers Interviewers and five clerical workers.
Its success alias meant a new
lease on We for the people4aken
off relief rolls and 'placed in lobs,
as ,well,as impressive savings for
taxapyers.
"The recession forced many of
our clients to apply for relief for
it the first time, in their lives." says
Hankinvillet,1 real thrill, Ott,t, 0!
01' helping them," 1
, Nankin'.
,, a, bur, employers ;int- wan's, his
platemont service.q Her 4114s' tho
25 'years ha ',spent,' 'In ,industrial!-,.
relatione,,work;Infloitellf
Each: month,' Ifinkine:.depart
ment sends, 2,500 einploxers In its
area a 'list' of, available workers:
a molder with,. 25' years: ...mused ...musedencet
encet ...musedencet a- spray:: painter ;with pine,
a.-matchitte operator with, I.2.

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MOTORIZED MILKING;'rhere's more than ohe way to milk a cow as demonStrated On this
farm at Oestra tjungby,- Sweden. Troubled by frequent power breal:s while using his electric
;milking machine, farmer, Anders Olsson decided to employ the power from his automobile
ertgine to do the Sbb. All he needed was a siphon fitted onto the auto's air intake valve, a
hose Ad pulsator. When the chore's done, Olsson puts the cans in the car and drives away.
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Han' lin then barricaded himself. Police said neighbors told them
a his large hvo-story house.' Hamlin had been despondent
Two squads of poll& arrived since hi furniture factory closed
ainutes later. State trooper Wil, recently, forcing him into bank bankard
ard bankard Parker kicked in the front ruptcy.
oor and was felled by shotgun During the' shooting, the de delast,
last, delast, which struck him in the mented Mart's 16-year-old daugh daughight
ight daughight side. He was not seriously ter, Judith, was at a sandlot base basevounded
vounded basevounded and dragged himself to ball game, unaware of what was
afety. happening until the siege was al alHamlin
Hamlin alHamlin held police at bay for most over.

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the next' four hours, dashing from
window to window, spraying ap approaches
proaches approaches to the swelling with a
steady stream of slugs.
He had two .30-.30 rifles, a 12-
gauge shotgun and a large sup supply
ply supply of ammunition.
Harnois and Regina decided to
rush the house from different
sides but with amazing speed,
Hamlin first killed Harnois with
one rifle slug, clashed through the
house to' the opposite side, and
and citt down Regina with a shot shotgun
gun shotgun blast. Regiza was dragged to
safety by two other policemen.
"Authorilles then threw tear gas
Sheila liit the house' and firemen
partially .flooded the basement in
a futile attempt to keep Hamlin
an the upper floors.
As darkness fell, firemen
.turned searthfights on the house.
Some wore shot out by the crazed
,inan.
About 9 .ths gunfire from
''''fbe home stopiled and police eau eautiousIrsoostedd
tiousIrsoostedd eautiousIrsoostedd forward. Hamlin
10as ,f9undodead -in-; the lbasement,
a bullet wounct In his left' side.
His bodv wit floating in a shal shallow
low shallow pool of water.'

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our Nettrement

"Some of my people are handi handicapped,"
capped," handicapped," says Hankins. "I'm espe especially
cially especially proud of a polio victim,
paralyzed from the waist down,
who is doing a bench job in an
upholstery factoq."
Hankins hashis own theory a about
bout about a minor cerebral hemorrh hemorrhage
age hemorrhage he had a few months after
his retirement.
"I was just Suffering from 8
lack of opportunity to blow off
steam,.";he sayS. "I've been fine
ever since I went back to work!"
QIt was just plain 'Vanity, l'il
admit, that made me list'mysell
lie five years younger than I am,.
on my employment record. Now
that I'm getting near 62, when
I 'can start collecting Social Se
1 citrity, I'd like to change 'that.
'Can I do go?Miss t. Y.
A,-Yos. Bring proof of your
ago to your Social Security of
flee.

get a record of pay and de deducted
ducted deducted taxes fro'm, my employer.
Is' it necessary also to keep my
own records?C. R. L.
AIt's a good idoc If your em-
ployer should mak a error, it
might reduce your Social Secu.,
rity benefits-
QI am 66 and have been a
widow 10 years. I have had a mar marriage
riage marriage proposal from a widower
two Years'older,thgn am. I think
he'Avould make if One husband,
but admit rth ''scared tO death
of5"What ty,children would say If
I-told. them I planned to remar remar,
, remar, AL-If youl, fear' of Ault your
woOld, say le' all that
etands',6,, your', Way, go ahead.
'Many -lateloara marriagas are
iletramoly happy,, and your
childrow prambiT will find tho
addition ,to amily circle a
VINcutlif' Doc

DAILY
MEDITATION

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(Presented by the Deaprtment
of Christian Education of the E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church in the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Zone.)
Acts 2:42
THE GIFT OF THE CHURCH
"Andthey contirated steadfast steadfastly
ly steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and.
fellowship, ,and in breaking of
bread, and ,in prayers."
In order that men might re.
ceive the other gifts we have dis-
cussed, the world received on Pen-
tecost the gift of the Christian
Church. 1,n .and, from, that Church
,are to be had all the gifts Christ
offers to men.
There are two ways of reading
Church history:
One is to read the frailities and
follies, the faults and errors of the
human beings who make up the
Church.
The other is to read it in the
way that the Book of The Acts
of the Apostles is vaitten, the book
:whichmight well be called, The
'Acts of,,the-,HolY IGhost. This is
to see God acting in the world
through human beings in spite of
their frailties and follies.
These are the same two ways
,in which to see the Church in
action in our present world, and
in our local churches.
"0 God, who as at this time
didst teach the hearts of thy faith.
fill people, by sending to them
the light of thy Holy. Spirit: Grant
us by the same Spirit to have
right judgment in all things, and
evermore to rejoice in his holy
comfort; through the merits of
Christ Jesus our Saviour, who
liveth and reigneth with thee, in
the unity of the same Spirit, one
God, world without end. Amen.,"

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTONVice Adm. Hy Hyman
man Hyman G. Rickover, on military
teamwork:
"We need more heresy in the
military services. .teamwork' is
not what it is cracked up to be."
BEIRUT, LebanonIraqi Pre Premier
mier Premier Abdel Karim Kassem, re renouncing
nouncing renouncing the Eisenhower doctrine:
"We will defend our soil with
our own force. .we will work for
strengthening friendship with the
Communist states."
t
WASHINGTONBrig. Gen.
James H. Forsee, chief surgeon
at Walter Reed hospital, in dis disclosing
closing disclosing that Gen, Nathan F. Twin Twining,
ing, Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, had lung cancer:,
"It has been removed and we
think his prognosis is a good one
considering the fact that this is
cancer."
HAVANAFidel Castro, on
the serious injury to his nine-yearold
son, Fidelito, in a car col collision:
lision: collision: "These are the consequences of
1 driving at high speeds."
MEMPHIS, Tenn, Comedian
Bob Hope, discussing the clot in
his ,eye:
"A guy, walks up, ip me, looks
me in the eye and safe, 'gee, yoUr
eye looks 'great,' Iyott
should see it from my side."'
REFUGEES IN INDIA
NEW, DELHI, India -WPM OfJ
ficial sources have reported that
11,506 Tibetan refugees have en:
tered India's northeastern fron frontier
tier frontier region folloying the revolt in
the Himalaya mountain kingdom.

!rat EIINDAY AMERICAN

. AALSV
Court Of Awards
, trit
Held in Margarita Inc
-J,Troop No. 50 ot Margarita held, ,,
a -Court of Awards May 8 at the luf:
Margarita Gym. Mrs. Margaret
ce oo ma tin vaicded re site s.i daenndt, wgaasv et 0 tatowweeld- 1: au;
ty Mrs. Lucille Tostensen, presi- m!,
dent, who gave the number 27 to .2 2
the younger members of the trop IrDJ
who, with the Brovtnis Fly-ups, ant'
Lev,
will form a new troop in Septem September,
ber, September, with Mrs. Mary Ivy Lewis as Du!
pot
leader.
The girls is this group who re- I
ceived their second class badge ma
were Shermane Brooks, Carol 100
Browne, Marie Geer, Karen Ham- 6.
'mond, Eleanor Lewis, Margaret tha
Martin, Kathleen O'D onnel I, wol
Jayne Yocum, and Nancy Huldt- he
(mist. Brownies who "fiew up" I
were Maryann Fields, BeverlY tha
Egger, Margaret O'Neill, Susan At
Phillips, Sharon Highley. Joan im
Detapp, Dorothy Harper, Mary fir
Dale Puller, Cheryl DeRaps, Ro- wit
salind Knight, Lois Richmond, 4'
Alice Zimmerman. mc
Badges were earned by the fol following
lowing following girls: Needlecraft, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen O'Donnell; Cyclist, Donna (t
Wertz; Child Care, Blanche Jones, -,'
Kathleen O'Donnell, Susan Peter-
seni Sports, Carla Chambers, i
Ruth Mason; Cook, Karen Ham Hammond,
mond, Hammond, Kathleen O'D onnel I;
Health Aid, Janet Clute, Jane
Faris, Blanche Jones, Helen Man Manning
ning Manning Ruth Mason, Pamela Robert Robertson.
son. Robertson. Outdoor Cook, Janet Clute, Jane
Faris, Helen Manning, Mary
' Frances O'Donnell, Pamela Ro Robertson,
bertson, Robertson, Esther Zimmerman,
Backyard Camper, Susan Peter Peter-
- Peter- sen, Nancy Huldtquist, Karen
Hammond, Eleanor Lewis, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Martin, Kathleen O'Donnell,
Janet Ciute, Jane Faris, Blanche
Jones, Helen. Manning, Ruth Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Mary Frances O'Donnell;
Athlete, Carla Chambers, Donna DonnaWertz,
Wertz, DonnaWertz, Pamela Robertson, Mary
Frances O'Donn,r11, Helen Man Man.
. Man. ning, Blanche Jones, Jane Faris,
. Nancy DeLapp, Janet Clute;
. Camperaft, Ruth Mason.
. Mrs. Leonor Butz, Neighbor- ""
L hood Chairman, made an appeal
t for leaders and announced a meet- ''
b ing for interested mothers to be t'
hel at the Scout Shilek. Girls who
: are working on their first class
badge gave a play entitled "Jack
I and his Comrades'. The scenem
t costumes, and props were made
t or supplied by the girls, with the
help of their leaders, Mrs. Natalie
t Clute, and Mrs. Jean Manning,
t who earned their se0ond class
8 badges gave a play called "A'
short liforking Day.' er the
8 flat eeremoit, refre Mg IMO
;10
c: served by the Aro ,:.,committee
f and their daughtert.
, s
Meeting To Mild
111 Scout Camp Nemo Potepono
4 Me first meeting of a screening
' comMittee searching for a new
name for the Boy Scout Camp at
e Madden Lake, originally schedul schedultl
tl schedultl eedd fuonrtrumrsdeany dhatisyb. eemn
ePat)nswtPhcrl;
1
a more new names ,have been' Bug Bugi
i Bugi d aged sdt etdo tbhye tmh eorpeutbhliacn a8nodn aS me oeust ont0
Y the lint of suggestions.
ir.: mThaneyof inTeleumdeodrreLwa,kevrireren, dsThhipe,
1,1,Let!! o awnsdh i pit mD aBnowtBeo,onaen,d KHI teeCp.aotr-,
io
Waters.

The screening committee will at attempt
tempt attempt to whittle down the list of
names at its first session and then
concentrate oh selecting the most
appropriate name from the boiled
down list.
It will make its recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to the executive committee
of the Canal Zone Boy Scout Coun Council.
cil. Council. In the meantime, the committee
says its request still stands that
anyone with a name should sub submit
mit submit it either through his Boy Scout
unit leader or by mailing the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion directly to -the Scout Coun Council
cil Council office. Drawer, D. Balboa.

Air Force Probes
Bomber -Explosion
FORT WORTH: 'rex. (UPI)
Air Force investigators climb'
examined today the black hulk of
a super-secret, eupersonic B58
Hustler bomber that exploded and
burned, killing one workman and
injuring 13 others.
Me delta-wing four jet plane,
believed to be the world's fastest
and most expensive bomber,
burst into flames at the Convair
aircraft plant Thursday afternoon
as a maintenance crew swarmed
over it
The plane was being prepared
for a maiden. flight.
G. W. Johnson of Lillian, a com community
munity community southeast of Fort Worth,
perished in the flames.. Bight of
the 13 workers requireChospital requireChospitalization.,'
ization.,' requireChospitalization.,'
One witnessa said fiames shot
50 feet into the eir as the crew crewMen,
Men, crewMen, some, Livith, theic,, hair and
clothing, a 11'1M e,:i jumped and
crawled away .from the bomber.
The bomber, which carries a
crew of three,' Is capable of car carrying
rying carrying nuelear weapons, btbt a Con Convaia
vaia Convaia opokesmast gala no weapons
or explosives iereen board.

Vanguard finFlings, Coluinhus Letter
Agree On Worlds Being Pear-Shaped

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CHICAGO (UPI) You can adjusted to' plot' eellite orbits,"
still -be up-to-the-missile with the Mapes. said. 'And maps ot the
old, rotmd family globe. moon, outer space and the vari variDespite
Despite variDespite the satellite Vanguard's ous planets are -hot items."
finding that mother ,earth is a But he returned quickly to the
trifle pear-shaped, Rand McNally, subject of the earth's figure. The TheInc.
Inc. TheInc. map-makers, are not dis- geophysicists weren't the first to
turb7ed. think the world is pear shaped,
"We certainly do not intend to said Mapes.' ,Christopher Colum Columput
put Columput out a pear-shaped globe," bus had the Same idea.
said Carl Mapes, the firm's chief Mapes quoted 'from a letter Co Comap
map Comap editor. lumbus wrote to the King of
He conceded that scientists Spain on his third voyage to the
from the National Aeronautics New World:
and Space Administration, who ,,
f I Ind the ,world is not round
revealed our planet's tendency ti as they (ancient geographers) de debulge
bulge debulge a bit at the bottom, have a
scribe, but that it is shaped like
point. a near. which' is evervwhere very

But it's a pretty small point, in
Mapes opinion. But more tha-n
100 feet variation in 8,000 miles.
"Why, the thickness of paper
that we mount on our globes
wouldn't represent the difference,"
he said.
Although Vanguard's discovery
that the world is slightly pear pearshaped
shaped pearshaped hasn't made much of an
impression on Rand-McNally, the
firth is officially keeping apace
with spotte.
'We now hive swinging ring
mounting for globes' which can be

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''I find the ,world is not round
as they (ancient geographers) de describe,
scribe, describe, but that it is shaped like
a pear, which' is everywhere very
round except where the stalk is
for there is Is wry prominent..."
Columbus la tbought to have
arrived at this conclusion by
making a faulty observation of
the North Star, Mapes said. But
he was right after. all.

AMAGASAKI, Japan (UPI)--A
33-year-old houewite, Eiko Endo,
confessed suffocating a 2-year-old
girl who cried when the women
tried to steal a $1 sweater the
infant was wearing. police report reported
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t .: eelved their second ClaSS badge Mapes opinion. But more than for there is Is very prominent..." a magic, new world of ,sound stereophonic sound --
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MOtORIZED MI LKING;'rhere's More then rone way to milk a cow as demonttrated on this salind Knight, Lois Richmond, 'We now hstVe swinging ring infant was wearing, police report- "SPECIAL PRICE FOR C Z EMPLOYES"
farm- at Oestra tjungbei,- Sweden. Trobled by frequent power breal:s while using his electric Alice Zimmerman. mounting for globes',which can be ed yesterday. ,,A,
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piscopal Church in the Mission- Hammond, Eleanor Lewis, Mar- and 59 models, FORDS and others available. 4,-,-..
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ary Diocese of the Panama Can- garet Martin, Kathleen O'Donnell, We are specialists In renting to vacationers, ,
, ( s wOunded two state policemen, be,, He, had two .30,30 rifles, a 12- Janet Clute, Jane Faris Blanche aDnedpt.arAe members of the Ford Leasing System. ' : I .-
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Gordon G. Hamlin, 45, 'de- Harnois and Regina decided to ';-----',
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costumes, and props were made '"1444,,, 1 A '.
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Beginning Today, the 15th
double attraction
in the Bella Vista Room

MAEVA Tahitian singer
ISABELA 61 MIGUEL
exciting Flamenco &sneers
with Clarence Martin's Orchestra
2 shows nightly, except Mondays
& 11:15

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GERM-FIGHTING TOOTHBRUSH

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Mode to stsy Astivoly Asti.
NOM ler up to 4 ;moths to use!
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Monthly Binge Party
Patients at Gorgas hoapital
wore entertained Wednesday eve
ning at a bingo party sponsored
by Anti:micas Legion ftwOory ;U ;Units
nits ;Units One and Seven...
Chocolat. gait, and punch were
served by Mrs. Eleanor Becker,
Mrs. Barbara Whitbeck, Mrs. Rm.
Ma Tie Thompson, Mrs.. Yuko Gr Grilled
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Ye Moot Monday
The Rebekah Club of Isthmian
Canal Rebekah Lodge One will
meet Monday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Wirz Memorial Building for des dessert
sert dessert and tards. Mrs, Maude Clin Clinchsrd
chsrd Clinchsrd will be hostas&
Friends and guests are invited
to attend.

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TO GRADUATEJudith M. Crosby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
gharles H. Crosby of Diablo Heights. will be graduated June 12
tgont the Massachusetts General Hospital of Nursing. She has
been a student there for the past three years. Miss Crosby re received
ceived received most of her schooling in the Canal Zone, graduating from
Balboa High School in 1956.

INVITATIONS EXTENDED TO PANAMA PRESS. RADIO
FOR RECEPTION TO MEET DR. HOWARD MITCHELL
Invitations have been issued to members of the Panama
p Noss and radio for a reception Wednesday evening marking
, the arrival of the National Symphony Orchestra of Washing Washing:
: Washing: ton. The event will be given at 7:30 um. at the Panamanian Panamanian.
. Panamanian. North American Association Cultural Center at 66 Avenida Pe Pe'
' Pe' ira, with Dr. Howard Mitchell, orchestra director, as host.
The orchestra is scheduled to perform in Panama City
Thursday evening and in Colon Friday evening. Panama will
: bet the orchestra's first stop on a tour of Latin America which
wiU include 40 concerts in 37 cities. The tour is being sponsor.
ed by President Eisenhower's ;special international program for
: etiltural presentations.
Recordings of the orchestra will be heard at the reception.

9:30 at the home of Mrs. W. S.
Rodimon, 104 Heights Road.
Reservations or cencellations
should be pude with Mrs. A.
FlonnikenrBalboa 1870.
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Quarry Heights Women
Lunch At Tivoli
The regular monthly meeting of
the Quarry Heights Women's Club
was held in the ballroom of the
Tivoli Guest House.
Guests of Mra. W. S. Rodimon
were Mrs. Angelo Boyd de Nu-os
and her daughter, Mr.'. 4abrielle
Ve leagues, and Mr'. W. A, Franks
had as her guest her mother,
Mrs. L. 14. Stewart, who is visiting
here from the States.
Farewell compliments were ex extended
tended extended to Mrs. Walter Clark and
Mrs. Arthurd Dodson, who are re returning
turning returning to the States in June.
Mrs. William E. Potter was ask asked
ed asked to draw the ticket for the door
Kite, a length of cotton material
from India contributed by J. Jhan
gimals. The winner was Mra. J,
W. Coults.
In a social period before the lun luncheon,
cheon, luncheon, members viewed a variety
of artificial flowers from Its l and
Spain. The display of obieet d'art!
anti crafts represented the newest
exports from leading countries of
the world. Mrs. Elsie Garcia, in
charge of the ladirs' department
of the Balboa Commissary, ex explained
plained explained the materials used and
values.
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mrs. G. F. Schlatter, chairman,
with Mrs. Paul Runnestrand and
Mrs. Harvey Joneo.
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Gamboa Women's Club
Annual Luncheon
The Gamboa Women's Club will
have its annual luncheon and
installation of offiters Thursday
at 1 p.m. in the Fern Room of the
Tivoli Guest House,
Reservations and transportation
arrangements should be made with
Mrs. Saints, 8-525, by Monday.
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Gulick Wives Club
Meets At NCO Lounge
The monthly meeting of the
NCO Wives Club of Fort Gulick
was held in the cocktail lounge
of the club. Mrs. Kate Ki ilip, nre nresident,
sident, nresident, welcomed Mrs. Dean Kish
snd Mrs. Flo Paris as new members.

Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Alice Flight and Mrs. Al Alvine
vine Alvine Mills. Plans were made for
a "white elephant" bingo party
this month.
Other members attending the
meeting were Mrs. Fran Ledue,
Mrs. Jody Morris, Mrs. Nancy
Williams, Mrs. Sylvia Hedges,
Mrs. Carolyn Wier, Mrs. Terry
Trask, Mrs. Frances Berger,
Mrs. Connie Norris, Mrs. Isabelle
Sally Beckley, Mrs. Anne Solis,
Mrs. Isabel Santos, Mrs. Nancy
Bekunin, Mrs. Barbara Braun,
Mrs. Martye Saunders, Mrs. Flo
Hennings, Mrs. Virginia Grnig,
Mrs. Luella Green, Mrs. Millie
Moon, Mrs. Sue De Maio, Mrs.
Alvin& Mills.

Ancon Altar-Rosary
So-loty To Moot MootThe
The MootThe May meeting of the Ancon
Altar-Rosary Society wilt hp held
Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Heart Chapel Parish Hall.
Hostesses for the evening will
bp Mrs. Edmonson. Mrs. Filo and
Mrs. Hannigan. All members are
urged to attand this final meet meeting
ing meeting of the term.

Certificates Presented
At Margarita Meeting
Certificates for two Senior
Girl Scouts graduating to leader
ship and pins for adults complet completin
in completin five or ten years of leadership
were presented at the recent Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona Girl Scout Council Meet Meeting
ing Meeting at Margarita. Two Girl
Scouts will send "Picture Your
Home Frontier' exhibits to Sen Senior
ior Senior Roundup this summer, it was
announced at the Mlle meeting.
Three adults have been chosen to
take summer courses At Edith
Macy Training School.
The first Senior Girl Scouts on
the Istmus to complete basic lead leadership
ership leadership training by the time they
graduate ea Girl Scouts, Karen
Coate and Jean' Seaman' Of Atlantic-side
Troop ir received- both'
graduation and leadership cwt.
ficatec Both have been Girl
Scouts the years, have worked as
leaders in training in 1975 and
1958, and completed their lead leadership
ership leadership course in May this year.
Both have attended day and
troop camps on the Isthmus and
established camps in the State'.
DisPlayed at the meeting were
a photograph by Patricia Davis, of
Balboa Senior. Troon SO, and a
chalk drawing by Myra Nichol'',
exhibits will be entered In a na national
tional national contest held at the Senior
Roundup in Colorado this summer.

Awarded ten.year pins were the
following Girl Scout adults: Mrs.
John V. Carter, tire. Phil Elmer,
Mrs. Marthl Hamilton, Mrs. W.
Zirkman. Five-year pins went to
Mrs. Perietts Boggott, Miss Lydia
Cranek. Mrs, John Graves, Mrs.
Emily Lou mason, Mrs. E. McClel McClelland,
land, McClelland, Mrs. Dorothy Nichols, Mr.
Harry Seaman, Mrs, Margaret
Shipley, Mrs. Lora Walker, Mrs.
Mavno Walker and Mrs. James
Whitmore.
Accepted as Council-sponsor"
innlicants for plummet study at
Edith Macv Training School in
PlenientvillY, N. Y. were Miss
Nellie Holgerson. Mrs. Margaret
Shipley. and Mrs. Martha Spin.
ney. Min Holgerson plans to "folly
"Adventuring in tha Arts,' Mrs.
Shipley "Outdoor Leadership in
Troops and Camps" and "Pro "Program
gram "Program Planning.' and Mrs. Spin Spinney
ney Spinney "Outdoor Leadership in Troop
and Campo.'
Other business of the meeting
included discusaion anti vote Of
acceptance on the 1960 budget and
on policies and standards; de.
cision to have filo' cunt) for Tt
termediate Girl Scouts this summer
and to have at least three
Brownie day ca.mps if possible;
postponement of deciaion eenti
titutional revipion. on incorpora incorporation,
tion, incorporation, and on the delogate council
system until January, 1960; an.
nouncPment of national and in intprnational
tprnational intprnational opportunities for Girl
Scouts for 1960, anti announce.
ment of delegates to All-States
Senior Rpiindun thia summer.
Mace! Walhahauch of Inter Intermediate
mediate Intermediate Troop 68, Margarita, will
to to All-State Waterfrent En Enemement
emement Enemement at Mats lpv. pa., and
Mary Anne liower, Marvel Davi.
mon, Jane rianard, all of Senior
Troon 80, !MINI, and Sydney
Townsend. Sonipc Two 24, psi.
hen. will go to Senior Roundup in
Colorado.

A SLIOHT
OPORTO. Portugal (IIPI)Tbc
trople of Oporto are slightly ir irritated
ritated irritated at the cartographer in the
National Information Secretariat
who drew a new government map
designed to attract foreien tour tourists
ists tourists to Portugal. BP lefi out
Oporto. the country's second larg largest
est largest eity, with half a million citizens.

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loom indirtaatioao tax, hatitbura, eon.
atipattoot. kaadathas, bad breath. Ma.
lottiouanoan and akin hiamiihsa.
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TNE SUNDAY AMERICAN

GOA Aicui'i Cesina, Locked
Firms Of Oiercharging Govt.

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WASHINGTON armThs gov government's
ernment's government's General Accounting Of Office
fice Office said yesterday Cessna Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Co. of Wichita, Kans., sub submitted
mitted submitted to the government prices
for B52 bomber tail assemblin
and tooling that were 37 per cent
above costs.
The office, which serves as con congressional
gressional congressional watchdog over govern government
ment government spending, said sceond in investigation
vestigation investigation showed that the Rein Reinhold
hold Reinhold Engineering and Plastics Co.
Norwalk, Calif., charged the gov government
ernment government 3178,000 too much for
other plane parts.
Last week the office accused
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. of sub submitting
mitting submitting plane cost figures to the
Air Force which the company
knew were 341,10,660 too high. It
said Lockheed would have made
an additional profit of $1,251,007
but for government auditors.
Cessna, which produced the B B52
52 B52 tail assemblies under a sub subcontract
contract subcontract with Boeing Airplane Co.
put a $6,324,970 price tag on them.
Comptroller General Joterti
Campbell said in a report to Con Congress
gress Congress that they actually cost $4,
621,329.
Campbell said the ease proved
the need for "continued vigilance"
by the Air Force in its contract contracting.
ing. contracting. He added that Cessna's bid
was accepted "apparently without
effective evaluation of the price
either by Boeing or the Air
Force.'
Campbell's report was turned
over to the House Government
Operations Committee for study
and possible action.
Boeing protested the report. It
voiced "increasing concern' over
the approach taken by Campbell's
auditors in examining such con contracts.
tracts. contracts. The company said they ig ignored
nored ignored a firm's total performance
and concentrated on "aspects
which lend themtielves to adverse
criticism.'
Campbell said be bad recom recommended
mended recommended the Air Force keen a
close eye on the subcontrartine.
!Irking and administration of big
defense contractors.

NO PALL GUY
POOLE, England (UPI) A
year ago Councillor A. J. Stokes
was chosen mayor of Poole but
his wife, Vera, slipped and broke
her leg soon after hearing the
news. Stoke' passed up the ma mayorship.
yorship. mayorship. Yesterday the council
which names the mayor from its
membership, again tapped Stokes
for the job. His wife promptly
slipped and. broke her wrist. gut
thia time Stokes said he would
take the post anyhow.

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Rev. Z. Ir. Vickers, Evangelist

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In the Reinhold case, Campbell
said the Air Force had issued in instructions
structions instructions stressing the need tor
effective administration of major
subcontract pricing, but "Ivo be behere
here behere these instructions are inadequate."

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By J. RETTINGIR
This is the next to the last
column that I will be writing for
this year, and next year Cnrts Cnrtstine
tine Cnrtstine Harrison will be taking my
place under this heading with
news of the mold covered halls of
BHS.

There seems to be so much go going
ing going on, but yet there really isn't
anything ,tangible to be the cause
of all this excitement. Maybe it's
just the thought of being promot promoted
ed promoted one grade for the -underclassmen
and for the seniors, to be
out of high school and into col college,
lege, college, or marriage, or work;
For the seniors I don't Imagine
that they Can ever think of the
end of school without ginnups,
rainy season, with the tradition traditional
al traditional 3 p.m. rains, and Sosa Hill just
beginning to look green once A Again.
gain. Again. Baccalaureate exercises will be
held on May 31; commencement
exercises, on June 1, Both will be
held at the Balboa Theater.

Awards Day is Wednesday, and
those who were chosen cheerlead cheerleaders,
ers, cheerleaders, recipitants of shcolarships,
and just about any other honor
you can think of, will have them
presented. The senior review is
also that day, so there will be a about
bout about three periods of school.
Th journalism banquet was
changed to the 2tith. of this
month in view of conflicting dates
with another party. Speaking of
parites, it seems that everyone
who is going away ix having par.
ties of some-sortsurprise, all allthing.
thing. allthing. That's all for now. Remembt-,
there's only about two weeks of
school to maintain your A aver average
age average of bring up your Ir. Rave fun!

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By Bela Blair
Greetings friends! It's time to
bring you some more late news
flashes from C. H. S. There's only
a week and a half of school left,
and the mighty seniors will be
leaving school with their deplo deplomas.
mas. deplomas. It will, be a very sad occa occasion.
sion. occasion. because the seniors will be
1 laying goid-bye to a great many
friends. Many of the -- graduates
will be going to colleges all over
the United Statee.
On Monday,. May 18,' the sen seniors
iors seniors are planning to hold their
outing at ShimmetBeach, Fort
Sherman. A very good time is
planned for all. Hot, -dogs, and
sodas, and other 'such refresh refresh,
, refresh, ments wilt be served,
On Wednesday; May 20, the sen senlore
lore senlore will wear their graduation
caps to school all day, and on the
same day, the amine' awards as assembly
sembly assembly wilt be held; At the assem assembly,
bly, assembly, awards will be presented to
outstanding students in the fields
of sports, clubs, plays, and other
such extra curricular activities.
The high school yearbook denica denication
tion denication will be announced.
The Cristobal High Yearbook,
the Caribbean, will he distribut distributed
ed distributed among the students on May
21, in the auditorium, at 11 a.m.
The yearbooks are colorful this
year, and they will be enjoyed bY,
all. You might wonder how much
work there is in getting a year yearbook
book yearbook prepared ,i-for publiegtion.
The journalism class of C. H. B
has really worked this 'year VI
have a very good book. Members
'he hard workinc staff are:
Randy Alberga. Ronald Frankel.
Rita Encelke. Sandy Chester. Bill
Hayea, Martha Johnson, Mancy
Gibson, and yours truly Bob
wain Mr. Frederick Saur, spons sponsor
or sponsor of the class, has done a fine
job thiq year, and deserves a lot
of credit. We thank him for all
his verv kind help this year.
On Friday, May .15, the ROTC
unit presented their annual a awards
wards awards ball, "Cadet Capade." Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding cadets for the year re received
ceived received medals. They were enjoyed
by all.
Last Tuesday evening, May 12,
at Margarita Gym, the Tigers
lost a very hard fought game to
Junior College by a score of 89-
SO. The Tigers had that fight in
them until the very end. They
overcame a 12-point lead by J.
C. in the closing minutes-of the
game. The Tiger Junior Varsity
routed out the Junior College
Cubs by iv score of 40-29. These,
games for the varsity and the,
Junior varsity concluded the in-1
terseholaetie ,season fOr the Tit,
Last Wednesdav afternoon, MaY
13, the 'rigor swim team traveled
to Balboa pool. and made a very
good showing in their second in interscholtatie
terscholtatie interscholtatie swim meet.
Well folks, it's time to say bye,
until next week.

Atlantic Camera Calub
The color division of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Camera Club will have it
monthly meeting Monday evening
in the club roots at Mount Hope.
Competition in slides will be On
1 general subject. Guest sneaker
will be Gerald Doyle of Balboa,
who'will nresent in illustrated lee leeture
ture leeture on bis auto trio with his
family through Central America.
Members are urged to attend
with a friend.

Madieal Association
The Medical Aliociation of the
Istin lan Canal Zone will meet
Tuesday waning at 7 in Ward 17
Of ryorgaa Itospital
The ocientific program will be
diacus.lon on tranoltillizine drugs
by Dr. Weldon C. Whit of Coro Corosal
sal Corosal A buffet will precetla the scien scientific
tific scientific program.

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IlitOADWiN SUL-LIM SOARD
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Nicky Hilton ind hie bride of
a few months are the subiectof
rift rumors AlreadY -Jim Ha Hage,hrty
ge,hrty Hage,hrty will be offered thi job of e eitor
itor eitor of a New:York newspaper
w en his chores; as White House
secretary.artrover ',The Dickie
Dawson& (Sbe'st. )3ritain's -curveceously.-
glamorous Diane Dori)
'are keepmg happy secret.
The State Department is consider.
ing asking lite Kremlin to send
over Boris (uDr,' Zhivago") Pals Palsternak
ternak Palsternak for a tour of 4he Unit ed
States as part of our cultural' ex-,
change program,- r- .Billie Holli Holliday
day Holliday plans to buy 4 a home in
tong Island, refuting tbe reports
that she, intends settling perma permanently
nently permanently in Europe. She still has
hopes of getting her night club
card renewed, as Billy Daniels
did.
The Willie Shoemakers (he
rode Tomy Lee to victory in the
Kentuelty Derby, she was his
childhood sweetheart in Texas)
are writing ao unhappy ending.
Chums believe he has already se selected
lected selected his next bride. ?Ile at atomic
omic atomic Energy Commission is sit sitting
ting sitting on an atoms-for-peace stont
that wotdd 'make dramatic inter international
national international headlites. Eddie Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, deeply concerned about Liz
Taylor's recurring back trouble,
will whisk her to New York 40
consult top ranking specialiste
soon after their Nevada wedding.
Mamie Van Doren la among
the available belles cruising -Vic
Damone now that he's no longer
a working husband. .13ernard
Schubert ix in hopes of setting a
deal for Katharine Hepburn to
ear in a television version of
Geroge Bernard Shaw's p 1 a v,
"The Millionairess," which she
did on Broadway some years a ago.
go. ago. He has the okly.from Shaw's
estate, expects the valuable Hen Henburn
burn Henburn signature on a contract with within
in within a matter of hours. .Deborah
Kerr's friends are worried be because
cause because she's so thin these days.
.Meolbers of the local soohl
have been advised by tile High
ronlynqnd pat, tn lovest anhatan

tial sums in Latin American
rambling casinos until the situp,
lions in those countries get back
"--orssrl" Things are worst
of ell in Cuba, where- American
and Canadian interests ire about
to try for a showdown, following
Ito unexplained arrest ot
kermen. 1
Getting mad at Ava Gardner
may have been the most lucre
tive thing that ever happened to
Dave Hanna, her former buffer.
When be discovered 'he's' quiet quietlv
lv quietlv hired Tyrone Power's one onetime
time onetime businesa manager to handle
her affairs, he quit and role, a
newspaner series about :her. Now
the articles are M1 Mit in
book form. .Ace cameraman
Sim Shaw will prriduce "Paris
Blues," the Duke Ellington 'MU 'MUstgrrine
stgrrine 'MUstgrrine SidnPv Poiteir an
Marlon Brandt). Shaw Invested
hPavilv in the preparation of-the
filM. and got the talent together.
Hollywood insirldrs oridict he'll
soon be a maior producer, be because
cause because of hie rine talent nlus in
unusual ability to handle the

Tte honeymnon is over' with
SoL,Harok aud Itolshot
let.;The director; of, the f bele)
are starting to ask questions ant
reread the small print in the coo.
tractt land 'those who know, the
Itussitns test are ware that
theY. excel at. theatticei CCM
tracts; they've be ne,knOW11 to
make the-, impresario guarantee
the temperature of the ,water nip
ed for,;their, tea.

1 :
leshion etyliste may
dispute Hollywood coiffurer gener generally
ally generally (and they dol 1, tut Debbie
Reynolds makes a- strong case
foe long hail in ."Sa One for
Me.", (Martha Byer's another
mingnetic belle who's 'Managed A
resiet the hairdreseer's, shears,
as is Suzy Parker.). .A new
Harlem contains a practical, !I
depressingly ealistic monthly fea featue,
tue, featue, written by civic-minded. law lawyers,
yers, lawyers, advising "What to, Do
When Arrested.". .Ex-hueband
Eranchot Tone is among those
consoling the newly w-1 dowed
Joan Crawford. They dined with
friends at Romeo calte's oth other
er other night. .Friends hear singer
Julie Wilson and "Mr. Moe" 01
thelth Are. fashion world have
postponed their wedding---mo' one
cen ray ior bow long. Anyone
know where Rosette Shaw is?
The vocalist's manager Buddy
Allen, reports that she "complete,
ly vanished" the other day aft',
tome minor surgery, and hi
wants to find her to settle book bookings
ings bookings and other money money
matters.
Anna Magnani is in town 'a
work with director Sidney Lumet
on the-ocript for the screen ter tersion
sion tersion of "Orpheus Descending"
now koown as 'The Fugitive'
Kind," a 611 B-picture title if
ever there wits one. Perhape be before
fore before the release data someone
with a sense of the literary (Ten (Tennessee
nessee (Tennessee Williams, for instance)
inlY Persuade them to give the
poor flicker another name.
Marsha Rivers, the pretty danc dancer
er dancer in "Gypsy,," gets folowers
from Harland svare of the New
York football Giants. taro'
Lawrence is wanted for Paddy
Chayevksy's "Dybbuic from Wood Woodhaven".
haven". Woodhaven". .Phvilis X I r k,' who
dates Mort Sahl in Hollywood, is
beautfl about New York Da David
vid David I, Tebet, former husband of
Nanette rabray., Nreet Point s
ell-atmind' hero, iyatIO 4s Dashing,
all-around Pete' Dawkins,
has a bit .crush' cm Barbara
Sbeean, Otto Preinger's secretP
ry.

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VIENNA (UPI) Five mem members
bers members of an underground Ultrinian
organization have been executed
for "anti-Soviee crimes, accords
ing to official Ukrainian press re reports
ports reports reaching here yesterday.
The underground members
were identified only as Bondaren Bondarenko,
ko, Bondarenko, Resnikov, Polak, Nasartshuk
and Krjutshot.

Hollywood insidere ?virile( hall According to a report by the
soon be a maior producer, bs- official Ukrainian news agency
cause of hie fine' talent Titus in Ratau, the trial opened before the
unusual ability to handle the criminal division of the supreme
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NEW :YORK (UPI) Arthur
Godfrey disclosed in tears yestep
day that surgeons who removed
half of his left lung in a cancer op operation
eration operation 15 days ago also had
found and taken out a cancerout

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grewth around the main artery
leading from his heart.
' The 55-year-old radio and tele television
vision television entertainer broke down and
wept as he talked to newsmen
while Arleparting from the Colum

Mary Baker Eddy's Start
Of Christian Science Told

On Thursday evening in Febrii- a bad
ary 1866, a frail young widow the dt
named Mary Baker Eddy was Chri
seriously injured by a fall on an thousa
icy sidewalk in Lynn, Maas. healed
She was carried unconscious to and 8
a nearby home. For two days she ken b
remained in critical condition, and this it
her, friends despaired of her life. these
Sunday,,,afterpbon,.," Mrs,' ''Eddy as the
piked 'or a ')Bib le.' he read (in-laws 1
the ninth the er, at Matthesy) the able t
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Millar passage Juity times be- heal'
' fore, Mrs.- Eddy found in it, on l'ensto
this Oe Min, a new significance. confin
After a brief prayer, she closed SC) aPi
proble
the Bible, arose from bed, cholog
dressed herself and walked into
confus
the parlor to greet her startled
friends. since
I, , , churcl
Out of this event, and Mrs. Whe
Eddy's subsequent reflections, the re
frew one of America's major re- PM'
ligious denominationsthe Chris- Christ
thin Science Church. Formally that
established in Boston in I.879, it god's
now 'has more than 3,200 bran- thing,
dies in 48 countries. In keeping On eel
wi,h Mrs. Eddy's- wish, the its bo
cinirch. does not publish member- enter
ship statistics, but It is known to love v
have several hundred thousand Altb
adherents.
' ackno,
Chrisfian Science- is usually mai (
' Identlied in the public mind with their
spiritual healing. But the church's "The
distMctive teachingt about health that ,(
can be understood only in the their
. eontext of its liasic theology, ceptio
which is outlined in Wt. Eddy's bealin
book, "Science and Health, Witt urrect
Key to the Scriptures.' spirit
Christian Scientists belieVe that ter."
God is "infinite good' and that The
all "reality' in the universe' ;ii has til
necessarily good, because God ing, rin
' treated It. -" 8 ''.: "prac
The evil, sickness and deith wbo I
which men think,they' see in the after
world could not have come from under
ted; hence they must be ence I
"unreal,' They,afflict men OnlY In I
lo long as "erring human belief' ship
causes them to seem real. When "read
men achieve true Pspiritual lin- gation
derstatindinC the "illusiions',of ger el
sin and 'sickness vanish, Pit: as room
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a bad dream evaporates when
the dreamer awakes.
Christian Scientists say that
thousands of people have. been
healed of every kind of disease
ancl ailment, from cancer to bro broken'
ken' broken' bones, by the application of
this insight,' They do not regard
these' healings as 'miracles' but
as the natural working of 'divine
laws which are impartially avail available
able available to alio-men. ,t
d 11A-c-,t sa'
It shown be empnasism that,
:in Christian Science teaching, the
"healing' that flows from appre apprehension
hension apprehension of,dspiritual truth is not
confined to physical illness, but al also
so also applies to family and business
problems, social injustices, psy psychological
chological psychological tensions and "moral
confusions" -- The Christian Sci Science
ence Science synonym for what othdr
churches would call buman sins.
When Christian Science denies
the teality of sin, it parts com company
pany company with the main stream of
Christian tradition. This holds
that evil, however it got into
god's creation, is a very real
thing, and that Christ's mission
on earth wax to deliver men from
its bondage and enable them to
enter into a new relationship of
love with God and each other.
Altbough Christian Scientists
acknowledge Jesua in their for formal
mal formal creed as the son of God,
their faVorite term for him is
"The Way-shower.' They believe
that ,Christ saved men, not from
their sins but from their miscon misconceptions,
ceptions, misconceptions, by demonstrating in His
healing Ministry and in His res resUrrection
Urrection resUrrection "the "illness of soul and
spiet and the nothingness of mat matter."
ter." matter." The Christian 'icienco Church
'has no ordained clergy. The heal healling,
ling, healling, ministry-21s en tru ted to
41practitioners,'- men .and women
who are licensed for this service
after careful examination of their
understandinC of Christian Set Setence
ence Setence doctrines.
In local churches Sunday wor wor'ship
'ship wor'ship services are concluded bY
"readers", elected by the congre congregation.
gation. congregation. Most churches also spon sponsor
sor sponsor one or more reading rooms'.
Toome.
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Godfrey Weepi As He Descisibes
C(iiiidiijon Upon Leaving Hospital

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. 1013N0 PIANISTSStudents of the Etude School of Music will present at program of Music Monday evening at 7:30 in the
studior of the Wins Memorial Building in Balboa. The program 'w ill be an annual' end-of-the reeason program directed by Mrs.
" Clare Walker. Pictured from left are Eileen Shatrosky, Charlen e Morenty, Joan Payne,. Marp Turner, Mary Esslinger, Kaye Sar Sargent,
gent, Sargent, Nancy Moreney, and Lielani Walston. Not shown are Sally Cramer and. Prances Lindh,

bia-Presbyterian Medical Center
for further convalescence at his
Manhattan apartment.
Surgeons had removed the up upper
per upper half of his left lung, con containing
taining containing a CIIICHMIll tumor, in a
five-hour operation on April 30.
Until yesterday it had not been
known that cancer had been found
elsewhere in his body.
"That damnable thing was not
only in my lung, but was wrapped
around my aorta," said Godfrey.
"The surgeon would have been
within his right to let it go and
sew me up. His courage and
competence gave me a break and
he got it out.
"Had the knife slipped one WHY
or the other, had he made one
wrong stroke, I wouldn't be here
talking to you now. I don't' know
why I got this break. I do know
I'm grateful and I'll do my
damndest to deserve it.'
The aorta carries blood from
the heart to other parts of the
body. t
The "old red-head" met news newsmen
men newsmen -with ;mile. But as bt
talked& hie- voice- quavered- and
trailed off and he burst into tears.
He wiped his eyea with a hand handkerchief,
kerchief, handkerchief,
, "What overwhelmed me was all
of you and all your interest,' he
said. "You must take to the peo people
ple people this message from me, which
may be' of some help to others.
"As I said I felt good physi
eally, hitt inside I was afraid,
because I didn't know. Like all
aviators, I'm not afraid of any anything
thing anything I know about. Everytime a
pilot takes off, he knows it could
be his last time.
, ''He takes what we call calcu calculated
lated calculated risks. He has confidence in
his own sidli and in his machine,
and, in the people who work with
him."
At one point, his press agept,
Dick Krolik, interceded and tried
to end the interview but Godfrey
insisted that 'I gotta tell 'em
this."
Godfrey recalled that his trou trouble
ble trouble began when X-rays showed. a
"thing" in his lung.
"My doctors told me it could
be any number of things, and that
they had better go in and have
look," he said. 'I had the finest
eurgeone, nurses and facilities' in
the world.
"Thank God, we live in Ale ago
we do, So I went through this
1 cheek, list and said 'engine ok,
fuselage ok, take off.' I placed
myseff in the hands of these tins
people."
Godfrey said he felt tine when
he 'entered the hospital and he
felt fine now.
Godfrey bad with him one of
his prized possessionshis ukelele
when he checked out of the hos hos.
. hos. pital yesterday.

Mock Manipulator
Mitchell Oswind
Pleads Innocent

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PITTSBURGH (UPI)Mitchell
D. Ostwind, 27, who was involved.
with fugitive financier Earl Belle
in a huge stock manipulation,
pleaded innocent but said- nothing
more yesterday when arraigned in
federal court on 18 counts of fraud
and conspiracy.
Ostwind, who fled with Belle to
Rio de Janiero last July when
their paper financial empire col collapsed,
lapsed, collapsed, returned to the United
States last April 27. Belle still is
in Brazil.
Ostwind appeared before U.S.
District Judge John McIlvain with
his attorney Allan H. Cohen for
arraignment on charges of trans transporting
porting transporting fraudulent checks from
New Jersey to Pittsburgh; using
the mails to defraud, and con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to defraud.
He entered his plea and then
left with the laywer. Ms 82,500
bond was continued.
Ostwind was a high school chum
of Belie. Belle was accused of
nhisterminding the manipulations
which wrecked Cornucopia Gold
Mines.
Ehe seouritieirihd Exchange
Commission estimated that one
million dollars was missing.

Pirtecily Al tuned
Mockingbird Opens
Electronic Door

DALLAS, TeX. (UPI) Roger
Harlan has given a mockingbird
the bird and is finally keeping his
electronically controlled garage
door closed.
Harlan, an electronics w h z.
fixed his garage door go that it
would (men when he honked his
automobilt horn or whiatled. So
critkally w as the device tuned
that neighbors couldn't whistle
the door oven.
But Harlan began finding the
dior open when he came home.
He asked his wife to keep an ye
on the garage.
A few days later she reported a
mockingbird COMP daily. perched
on a basketball hoop ahoy the
onor and matched Harlan's whis whistle.
tle. whistle. Harlan put In, another circuit
that has to be tipped four times
In rapid succetsion before it oper operates
ates operates the door.
Jr& several days. the bird tried
In vain to match the timing, then
gave up and flew away.

MAKI STOPS SHOW
ST. LOUIS PARK, !dim (UPI)
St. LW" l'iirk,high school au authorities
thorities authorities today sought the sneak
whose garter snake broke up the
schol Ssrt Relies' annual swim swim.
. swim. ming ppot 1110W.

Still. SOiltig Lynchers,
Ililestioni 7 hi Utmost Secrecy

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POPLARVILLE, Miss. (UPI)
Mystery 'oday surrounded the
identities of seven or more white
men who were questioned and'
transpor'ed in the utmost secrecy
hv FBI agents bunting the ltillers
of lynch victim Mack Charles
Parke
At least seven men. most of
them clad in work clothes typical
of tbis rural area, were driven to
headonsrters hero yesterdRy
afternoon. They were lying on the
back seats of the FBI autos, snd
when they got out agen'a huddled
around diem to shield their faces
from newsmen.
Inside the FBI's air-conditioned
office the men wereo'nuestioned
and as indicated bv stviden
flashes of light photographed.
ne agents would not !iv what
thA men's connections anv
with the April 25 lynching might
be.
Shortly hefore aundiwn the men
began leaving. AgAin the agents
blocked the view' of newsmen rut
again the men htd themselves by
lytne In the hack Bev's.
The possibility that the men had
been arrested appeared to have

Strauss' Chance As Secretary
Of Commerce Appointment 50-50

WASHINGTON (UP1)tewis L. aid
Strauss appeared today to have a p r o
better than 50-50 chance of win- Dilloi
ning approval as commerce sec- undei
retary from the Senate Commerce sell i
Committee. aid c
' T w o Democratic committee to de
members, Sens: Jcvhn O. Pastore ate e
(R.I.) and .J. Strom Thurmond time
(S.C.) announced they would vote Hons.
in favor of the appointment. Two
other Democrats, Sens. Genrge A. Mei
Smothers (Flo.) and Cloir Engle witne
(Calif.), said they had not decided enhol
how to vote. a id
F o r
All six Republicans were ex.
neeted to back Strausq. Pastore, Bill
Thurmond and one other of the (D-P
committee'o 11 Democrats would CD-M
have to vote for confirmation In bill t
order to senl the nomination to presi
the full Senate. the r
The bitter three-month inquiry 000 t
ended in furor Thursday. A wom woman
an woman spectator was elected bv po- In
lice velum she stood un ond ;lc- Thq
eused Strauss of financing the aopri
Russian revolution. Chir vn n Hous
Warren G. Magnuson (D-Wash.) to til
said he would try to stage the agen,
vote next Tuesday. year
Other congessional neWg: okay
DillonSena. Hubet H. Hum- its a
phrey (D-Minn.) and George D. ment
Aiken .,(11-Vt.) members of the dent
Senate' Foreign Relations 1Com- plani
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of federally-approved jails at Hat Hattiesburg,
tiesburg, Hattiesburg, Gulfport, Jackson and
Meridian. Miss., New Or leans, La.,
and Mobile', Ala.
Three of the men questioned
were whisked away in separate
cars at about the same time,
cRusing a flurry of excitement. As
the three were ushered from the
FBI headquarters to the ear'.
agents on each side of them held
up pieces of board to prevent
newsmen from identifying or tak takinn
inn takinn pictures of them.
The cars returned minutes leer,
indieatina they had taken the men
to their homes.
For the second straight night, an
unusually large number of, agents
working late. However, there
did not seem to bs as many as
Wednesday night. when townsfolk
heyan saying "something is going

on
Parkar. a Negro awaiting trial
for raving a pregnant white wom woman,
an, woman, wax alwineted from his cell in
the Pearl River County jell by
nine nr ten whit,' men three weks
ago Saturday. Ile was found shot.
to death. 1

aid policies should criticize the
program and not C. Douglas
Dillon, awaiting confirmation as
undersecretary of.state. Sen. Rus Russell
sell Russell B. Long (D-La.), foreign
aid critic, threatened Wednesday
to delay confirmation if the Sen Senate
ate Senate did not give him plentv of
time to discuss Dillon's qualifications.

AldA parade of administration
witnensex sunnorted President Eis
enhower's $3,900.000,000 foreign
aid program before the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee.
BlindSens. Joseph S. Clark
(D-Pa.) and Hubert H. Humphrey
(D-Minn.) planned to introduce a
bill to establish a nine-member
Dresideniial commission to study
thp problems of the nation's 350,-
000 blind persons.
In major developments late
Thqsdav the Senate and House
approved and sent to the White
House a $2.900,799,370 money bill
to tide over a number of federal
agencies until the now figes1
year start, July 1. The Senate
okayed the outlay after giving uo
its attempt to tack on an amend amendment
ment amendment that would prevent Pres'.
dent Eisenhower from carrying out
planned ftrmy and. Marine man mannewer
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2nd RACE OF

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G. Milord 12
B. Baeza 114
H. Gustines 116
V. Tejada 99x

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1Licenciado D. Barret 115x
2Miss Brunette O. Bravo 110
3Campagnard R. Cristian 110
4Rey Belot H. Gustines 112
3Do ha Flora H. Hidalgo 107x
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2Diocese F. Alvarez 110
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J. Phillips 110 only handicap
D. Delgado 110x Could pay off here
O. Bravo 113 Weakened in last
G. Montero 112 Excluded from betting
F. Alvarez 122

Pool Closes

Purse S65000 Pool Closes
THE DOUBLE
Seems best on form
Has shown nothing
Improving slowly
Shown improvement
Could be upsetter
----Bet ler this week
Disappointment to date

Purse $400.00 Pool
Depends on start
Could take it all
Jockey will help
Distance to liking
Usually fractious

Closes 2:00

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H. Hidalgo 102x Rates lair chance 5-
H. Gustines 110 In HO? to finish 3-2
G. Sanchez 113 Hard to beat here 3-:
(No Boy) 105 Must go lower 25-
B. Baeza 108 Jockey gives chance 3-
A. Lor less 109x May go all the way 5-:

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J. Rodriguez 120 Should be runnerup
H. Gustines 120 Not good enough
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20.7-Recife G. Bedoya 110x
11(Onassis R. Crihtlan 113
12(Cervecero F. Alvarez 112

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THE DOUBLE
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Improving steadily 5-2
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Rates chance too 5-1
Ran well in last 5-1

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THE DOUBLE
Last was revealing 3-1
Nothing to indicate 25-1
Could score 3rd in row 4-1
Strong race in last 5-1
Caft run ,firantious 10-1
v.-',11tvturns-Ir-orkgayoff 4-1
.1-Needs stionger rider 15-1
Brief early spec(' 30-1
Weak recent efforts 5-1
Must go lowor 50-1
Weakened in debut 4-1
Could take it all 4-1

I ittjace ,"Special" Inv. 5 Fgs. Purse $650.00 Pool Clom 4:40
QUINIELA

Depends on start
Has good workouts
Quits badly in stretch
Hard to beat here
Looks good in preps
Fractious at times
Hasn't shown much

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I tth Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 5:15
ONE TWO

J. Waint 103x Doesn't seem likely
A. Gonzales 108 Ran well last week
V. Tejada 97x Must go lower
J. Jimenez 105 Usually close up
H. Hidalgo M9x Has strong finish
B. Baeza 106 Always dangerous
R. Cristian 113 Long overdue
F. Justiniani 100xCould be upsetter
H. Gustines 115 Disappointed in last
O. Bravo 114 Hard to beat here
S. Carvajal 108 Not off recent races
A. Alfaro 104 Must improve plenty

10ds Rice 3rd Series Imp. 7 Nos. Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 5:40

Nothing recently
Could get up here
No. 1 contender
Seeks fourth straight
Not good enough
Refuses at start
Would pay nice odds

Iltis Race 1st Uric; imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $10000 Pool Mists....
ONE TWO

11 Post position handicaps
i3x Rates good chance
10 Always rates chance
1t Distance seems long
10 Will fight for place
12 :Impressive win last
06 Could be runnerup loo
'2q Excluded from betting

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BOSTON, May 16 (UPI)
Rocky Colavito paced a 16 hit
Cleveland Indian assault with his
10th and 1th home runs today
32 as the Boston Red sox went
501 down to their fifth straight de de21
21 de21 feat, 12-6.
354 Left hander Herb Score held
3.1 the Red Sox to six hits. All the
52 Boston runs coming in the fifth
41 and sixth innings when Score
gave up four of his even bases on
balls. It was the third victory a against
gainst against two defeats for Score who
2:00 fanned nine and went the route
for the fourth time this season.

EVEN
2-1
BALTIMORE, May 16 (UPI) --
3-1 Kauckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm won
his fifth straight game of the sea25-1
son without a loss today, pitch pitchihg
ihg pitchihg the Baltimore Orioles to a
6-1 triumph over the Detroit Ti Ti2:30
2:30 Ti2:30 gers
The veteran scattered nine VI
ger nits over the first six innings,
5-11 tht r pitched hitless hall the rest
3-2 of thc way. He walked but one
3-2 en a windy day that is supposed
25-1 to affect his control. He struck
3-1 out three.

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Wilhelm also was credited
wills batting in the run that
put the Orioles ahead in the
four-run sixth when he walked
with the bases loaded. Willie
Tesby then left no doubt as to
the outcome with a 410 foot
triple off the centerfield bar barrier
rier barrier to chase three insurance
runs across.

Washington, May 16 (UPI)
Bob Allison and Jim Lemon
each hit his eighth homer of the
season today to .help the Sena Senators
tors Senators defeat the Kansas City Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 7-2.
Camilo Pascual, temperamental
Cuban right-hander, had a no-hit
ter going for seven innings. Bob
Cerv hit the first pitch in, the
eighth for a double. Up until that
time the only Kansas City man
to reach first had been Hector
Lonez, who was hit by a pitched
ball.
The incident precipitated a
near-battle between Lopez and
Pascual, who screamed at each
other in Spanish over a pro.
tecting wail of umpires.

NEW YORK, May 16 (UPI)
The Chicago White Sox, given a
life by Midkey Mantle's three threebase
base threebase error, rolled to their eighth
straight victory today by beating
the stumbling New York Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, 4-3, on Del Ennis' llth in inning
ning inning single.
The Yankees apparently h a d
the game locked up, 3-2, whg,7
Mantle dropped Nellie Fox' fly
ball for what should have been
the final out of the game. F o x
steaMed into third on the error
and then scored the tying run on
Sherm Lollar's single.
Fox Permit! the lith with a
walk, moved to second on Jim'
Landis' sacrifice and came a across
cross across with the winning run on
Ennis' single to center field.
Ennis, passed up by all Nation.
al League clubs and claimed
from Cincinnati hvo weeks a ago,
go, ago, delivered his game.winning
blow off Art Ditmar, the third
Yankee pitcheri

ST. LOUIS, May 16 (UPI)
Rookie right-hander Gary Blay Blaylock
lock Blaylock pitched the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals out of the National League
cellar with an 8-2 win over Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia today. The slumping
Phi Is fell to last place.
The loss was the sixth straight
for Philadelphia and the club
also is trailing in a game sus suspended
pended suspended by the Pennsylvania blue
law.
Blaylock, who scored his sec second
ond second win against one setback, put
the Cardinals in front in the
third inning with a 380-foot two tworun
run tworun homer inot one left field
bleachers It was his seeond
homer of thc season.

CHICAGO, May 16 (1.1P1)
Bobby TXhomson slashed a bases basesloaded
loaded basesloaded sivgle in the ninth inning
today to give the Chicago Cubs
a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh
Pirates,
The single and the winning
run broke up a six-hit pitching
performance by starter Harvey
Haddix and tagged the Pirates
southpaw with hos socond loss
of the 14ason.
Haddix struck out Al Dark to
lead off in the ninth, but catcher
Hank Foiles dropped the b al 1
and Dark was safe at first base.
Chick King ran for Dark and ad advanced
vanced advanced to second on Ernie
Banks' short lob to center field.
Walt Moryn the beat out a bunt
along the third base line to load
the bases.
Thommn who homered for the
Cubs' first run in the second in inning,
ning, inning, Angled off third baseman
Don Holk's glove to score King
with the winning run.

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

CARTA VIM TROPHY PRESENTATION 3'0e. Gregsibi' (center, checkered shirt), receives a tro trophy
phy trophy from Carta Vieja general manager Angel G. Crimas 'as the winner of a golf tourney held last
week in Puerto Armuelles. Shown (left to right), Miguel Angel Brenes, Mrs. Holcombe, Royce A.
Holcombe, general manager, Chiriqui Land Co.; Gregson, Hector Melara, Raul Arango N., Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's fire chief: Grimas, Temistocles Arauz and Ignacio Herrera.

Conqui de la Guardia Classic
For Fillies This Afternoon

Local horse racing will pay
homage today to Isthmian tuff
pioneer Enrique de la Guardia
with the second running of $2,-
000 added seven furlong classic
for two and three-year-old fillies
at the President Remon racetrack.
Don "Conqui" as he is called
by all his friends, has been ail ailing
ing ailing for a long time now but still
follows local horse with graat
interest ,rom his sick bed. His
daughter, Mrs. Virginia de la
Guardia de Gerbaud, is an ard ardent
ent ardent turfite herself. She owns the
coal black topnotcher Melendei.
Mrs. Gerbaud will head a dele delegation
gation delegation formed by members of the
De la Guardia family and will high
light the post-classic ceremony by
presenting the oWner, of the win winning
ning winning throughbred with a silver
trophy.
The consenius is that Jose (Tito)
Sitton will be the fortunate OWn OWner
er OWner in the winner's circle after the
race. His Nebrista appears to be
easily the best three-year-old filly
in training but could lose this
race because of her tendency to
play and win all her races by a
close margin. ,
As if to take no chances, Sitton
signed up the track's best rider
sensational, Braulio Baeza two
weeks ago for this race.
The other scheduled starters are
Plucky, Manuela Pedraza and Her Hermelina.
melina. Hermelina. Only Plucky and Manuela Pe Pedraza
draza Pedraza are expected to give Ne Nebrisca
brisca Nebrisca some competition. Herme Hermelina
lina Hermelina appears to be hopelessly out
classed.
The secondary attraction will
be the Accountants Day Handi,
cap. Mrs. Nora de Morales, pre president
sident president of the Panama Account Accountants
ants Accountants Association, will present a
trophy to the owner of the win winning
ning winning tboroughbrod.
Yekterday, mutuels favorite Pan
Tostado, under a perfect ride by
crackerjack rider Baeza, came up
from last place to beat the sec second
ond second choice, Bright Spur, by three
parts of a length in the featured
$750one mile race for second se

ries horses.
Baeza's arch-rival, Gustines,
had the leg up on Bright Spur and,
although he seemed to have more
horse under him at the finish, was
once more outmaneuvered by the
quicker thinking Braulio.
Pan Tostado trailed for half the
disatnce while Bright Spur was in
fourth place in the clear. When
Baeza gave Pan Tostado the gun,
the hefty Argentine-bred' threeyear-old
brown colt responded
nobly and Baeza weaved between
horses, filially skimming the rail
when entering the stretch and
held Pan Tostado together under
a powerful ride in final sixteenth.
Pan Tostado turned the mile
over the slow track in a credit creditable
able creditable 1:42. He returned $3.00 to
win and $2.20 place. This was
small when compared to Germa Germaoto's
oto's Germaoto's $23.40 in the nightcap. The
Germanio-Mauricio one-two com combination
bination combination rOturned $411.80.
Baeza, as usual, was the day's
winningest rider with four wins in
eight tries, ,while Sandino Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez was the runnerup with
two. Gustines won only one in
eight mounts and was outgeneral outgeneralled
led outgeneralled by Baeza with Serres Road in
the' sixth race when' he rode Jo Joyero
yero Joyero and also In the feature.
,
tithe Dividends

FIRST RACE
$6, $380
2Te loran $6
SECOND RACE
1Pugal $8.20, $3.40
2Resolana 86
First Double $14.20
THIRD RACE
1.--Kazan El, $2.40
2-41arlie Grant's $2.60
FOURTH RACE
IKing Site $3, $2.60
2Fol laths $4.80
()With, la: $12.40
FIFTH RACE
1Tutl Fruti $3.(10, $2.20
2--,Iaba Dna $2.21

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xLos Angeles P; 114 .564 Ws
San FranciscoQ ;617,14 .548 2
Cinchmatl 14 .533 212
Chicago r?:!"..,i'.1.7' 16 .515 3
Pittsburgh V. 1,1.14' 15 .483 4
St. Lonis 32 20 .375 712
Philadelphia ';''',!1,11 19 .367 712
z-Night game pot Included.
Gimes
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Milwaukee it los Angeles
Pittsburgh at fhicago (2)
Cincinnati it San Francisco
Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)
Yesterday's, Results
Pittsburgh 000 000 101-2 7 2
Chicago 010 100 001-3 7 0
Haddii (2-2) and Burgess, Foiles
(8); Drabowsky, Elston (8) and
Amin. WP-Elston (2-1). HRS.
Thomson (3rd), Moryn (5th), Ma Mazeroski
zeroski Mazeroski (3rd), Groat (3rd).
Philadelphia 000 000 110-2 8 2
St. Louis 002 300 12x-8 12 0
Owens, Phillips (8) and Sawat Sawatski;
ski; Sawatski; Blaylock (24) and H. Smith.
LP-Owens 11-3). HR&Blaylock
(2n), H. Anderson (3rd), B. G.
Smith (1st).
Cincinnati 200 000 000-2 6 1
S. Francisco 100 602 00x-9 11 1
Lawrence, W. Schmidt (4), Pena
(4) and Dotterer; Antonelli (5-2)
and R. Schmidt. P-Lawrence (3-3
HR-Cepeda (7).

Milwatikee at Los Angeles night
game).

B ROADCASTS "HURT"
' CROWD
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil,
(UPI) A "meager" crowd of
130,000 turned out Thursday to
watch Brazil defeat a touring En English
glish English soccer team, 2-0. Such in international
ternational international matelibs usually at attract
tract attract upwards' of 200,000 specta spectators',
tors', spectators', Radio and television were
blamed for the smaller attend attendance.
ance. attendance.

, span- RACE
1Serres toad $6.40, $4:60
2Second Cup $8.60!
SEVENTH RACE
Verne $8.40, $4.60
2Riotus $5.20
Second Double $38.40
EIGHTH ItACE
INirvana (exCluded from
betting),
2Madame Cucu $5.60, $8
34-Skoll $2.80
Ouinicla $7So
NINTH RACE
1Pan Tostado $210
2Briglit Spur $2.20
OneTwo $8.20
- TENTH RACE
1EI Tunchi $2.20
2His Majesty $2.20

ELEVENITI RACE
1Germanic. $23.40o $6.20
2Mouricio 539.
One-Two $411.80

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Cleveland ,' .18 .11 .147
Chicago ,.19 11 -.644
Baltimore 6 .17 13 .567 ri
Washington -.16 16 .500 1
Kansas City ;AT 15 .464 50 '61
Boston .12 17 .414 -7
New York .11 16, .407 7
Detroit .10 19 .34S 1

- Today's Games
Detroit at Boston
Chicago at Washinten gm,
Kansas City at New York12)
aeveland at Baltimore (2)
---
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Cleveland 400 014 003-12 16 0
Boston ON 024 000 8 8 2
Score (3-2) and Nixon; Bau Baumann,
mann, Baumann, Casale (1), Fornieles (CI
Kiel (6) and Daley. LP-Baumann
(2-1).
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Chicago 001 100 001 01-4 10 0
New York 000 100 200 00-3 7 3
Moore, Staley (8), Arias (Op
Lown (10) and Lollar; TurleY1
Duren (10), Ditmar (11) and
Berra. WP-Lown (2-1). LP-Ditmat
(1-3).
Kansas City 000 000 002-2 4 1
Washington 021 012 10x-7 11 0
Terry, Meyer (6), Tomanek (8)
and House; Pascual (3-3) and Por Porter.
ter. Porter. LP-Terry (2-4). IRS-Allison
(8th), Lemon (8th).
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Detroit 000 010 000.-1 9 1
Baltimore 000 014 10x-6 9 0
Lary, Morgan (7) and Berberet;
Wilhelm (5-0) and Triandos. LP LPLary
Lary LPLary (3-3).

NAMED FROSH COACH
OMAHA, Neb. OETT1I) 31m
Berry, Creighton University's
leading scorer during his junior
year, has beeu named the school's
head freshman basketball coach.
Berry, who, finished Ms career
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BALTIMORE MD., May 16 front to bring a smile of victorY
:UPI1 Royal Orbit, after trail- to owner Mts. Halina Baunstesin
ng the field for half a mile, cut of Beverly 'Hills, Calif., and a
loose with a tremendous drive grin of contentment to trainer
rounding the turn into the Reggie Cornell.
&etch at Pimlico today and pull pullE..c1
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Preakness Stakes. ghe famed Silky Sullivan Eas t
for ea crack at the triple crown
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the saddle Royal Orbit, blocked run miserably in both the Ken Kenrepeatedly
repeatedly Kenrepeatedly in the Kentucky Der- tucky Derby and the Preakness.
py two weeks ago when he fin- He was not kept around for the
shed fourth. took the lead a full Belmont Stake.
luarter of a mile from the finish.
Tthen with atremondous drivo "Someday I'll be back with a
through this stretch he pulisci Witter horse," Cornell vowod
away from the 10 other thor- as he shipped the Irishmen
oughbreds in Ow world's rkh- back to California.
est race- for three-year-olds to
haul down winner's purse. Cornell was back sooner than
expected and with a tremendous
Brookmeade Stable's S word horse. Once Royal Orbit started
Dancer w,as second in the second to pick up his rivals as he charg
jewel in racing'S triple crown ed down the backstretch, and
with Dunce third. made his bid on the final turn'
with his bright red silks shining
Royal Orbit skimmed across in the sunlight, the 83rd running
the finish line four full lengths in of the Preakness was all over.
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June 25.' Thi
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poor Hurrica
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Roy Harris, t
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ly provided J
handler had
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.,,EW YORK (NEA)---, Banners
flying, the Cus D'Amato Chowder
Marching and Charity Society is
off 'on 'another errand of 'inferno-
tonal mercy and good will.
If all goes well and the minor,.
Ity and hep. opposition is out-shout-
etA, the Society will make its hand-
somest contribution when Floyd
I'atterson alsittest apologetically
climbs into the Nankee Stadium
ring with lagemar JOhalISS011 on
June 25:' The Brooklyn kid has
apologizing for his manager's
matchmaking ever since he came
out of the amiteur ranks.
Vhe Society started by putting
poor Hurricane Tommy Jackson
a hospital with enough money
to pay Mr bills. Next it most ge-
nerously looked after Tithing tor
Texas, when its sergeant-at-arms,
Patterson, was allowed to cut uP
Roy Harris, a needy school teach
er out of Cut and Shoot.
Bundles for Britain was liberal-
ly provided for when Patterson's
handler had the unmitigated gat:
to guarantee Brian Ioudon $75,-
000, cut to $60,000, to be the high-
est paid punehing bag in bistory
and at ,the public's expense.
Even D'Amato did not have the
nerve -to call the London thing a
heavyweight championship de-
fent-e, but referred to it as a tune-
up for his biggest effort, 1,-
Swag-for-Sweden movement which
he sees running into the millions
D'Amate, who speaks first and
gets mpre c6py than his tiger, and
Patterson never had it so good.
Not even when Pete Rademacher
a rank amateur, hustled $250,000
and banded it over to them for
roughly the same chance that Jo Johansson
hansson Johansson has now.
London, who showed no more,
Inclination to retalite against Pat Patterson's
terson's Patterson's awkward and sporadic
attacks than the heavy tag which
he resembled physically, compett.
tively and temperamentally, at
.leest had a few pre-fight defender-.
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' .iiW. YORK (NEA)--, Banners nave had paydays with him or hope -::4 '.'"' '':4' ..!... "i'',';':::ti.;''''''''.- :X ''':'-':.- ':' 1.":''''-':':''''''-''R''.."'-';:-.-.;' i .. :1
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141srclung ano laiarity Docie ty ..6 1 owvu.. wv... ev aw
off 'on 'another errand of interns- In light of the evidence, this I
,
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Att
hat
nftl.. In nrnelsimInhsknit

,) 11011111 mercy &DU goou WILL 1;yA lAwa .,.... ss, r-,..---. ------
If all goes well an& the minur- son until he las been displayed ,,,,:k4..:::,:-.,, .-s- :.: :::-.:: ,.::, .. , ,.. :,.:.) ----,..----i
Ity and bep opposition is out-shoul, to the paying, guests on this side i .,,::,,,f".. -.:5.4'.'.;4rt:.:,..;!;:n:-.,, -' :" .' k, i:i::4,:f
IP eu, the Society will make its hand- of the Atlantic. All I know about 1 ;:k.'ii: ::::a4i.;.:..::::::i,4N,,,N : .-:,. .........
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somest contribution when Floyd him is that his fame is based .:;.,'A;.: -.. 1:-: .:iE::..::H:: :'.P 0 ..',.:00:...,. $. A Ax:03:,. t,
I :i'-:;,'':. ..,.,:,?f5A:Ne,!':m:,. 4 l'''r:;''''''K::' :';4iT:Vg '.
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ring will lagemar JOhalISS011 on vyweight of questionable ibility .','::::r:::,: -,.. II, :,.:;';:;P:0 :,:4.i4i..t....,1:.4
June 25:' The Brooklyn kid has and one Ireportedly handicapped 't ,.: 7, ;,, ...rr--77.7;,.... f : :,.:::: ,...::,.:, :-.....:,;::::,,,.::::::,4i
1 .1 2nologizing for his manager's by a bad shoulder, caught cold on ,it:': 1 -..-.:-.7-v:: :::T : vt::.:64:4:f-, 711
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' matchmaking ever since he' camel a chilly night and quickly knocked E.5;01 1 I
4 the amateur ranks. out. 1 I

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he Society started by putting
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heavyweight championship de- grounds that she was too old for s'at4"44''''''''""'''sukt"zoe-i-T4.-tat,"-tt,-,",,, a. 0,. ,.
fense, but referred to it as a tune- such shenanigans. WOMAN'S VIEW '...Birgirt Lundgren; Ingemar Johansson,s., ning and early evening on, the A-
up for his biggest effort, 1- I Slancee. lookt on as Floyd Patterson'a challenger,' facing the mador golf cocrse, working him- 7 -A
self into condition. "'s
Swag-for-Sweden movement which To further the Impression of a camera, boxes his brother, Rolf, in the Police Athletic -'
he sees running into the millions holiday, the Johansson party early League Gymnasium in New York. The Swede bids for the 'It will take someone in excellent
decided to remain in New York heavyweight championship at Yankee Stadium on June 25. rondition to run in the MIPS
D'Amate, who speaks first and City instead -of establishing a pro- ag'ainst such'stars, with whom he
gets mpre c6py than his tiger, and per camp. 'None of this roughing
, has competed before. Without the
y",";
Patterson never had it so good. it in the country'for the Swedjsh benefit of compelition, he has IN wET wEATHER
Not even when Pete Rademacher delegation.. Not with this kind of Balba- Bciys, Cristobal Girls been unable to rur totter than ,,,i
a rank amateur, hustled $250,000 sugar. 23.3, which he did at Balboa Sta Staand
and Staand banded it over to them for ditim a few weeks ago.
roughly the same chance that Jo- The party arrived with more ca- The 25-year-old Thompson is
hansson has now. meras than a group of Russian 5'9" and weitahts about 160
til
London, who showed no more, spies. Ingemar became so ehgross Win Tnangular Swim Meet Pounds. Ile is going to Fort Lee
Inclination to retalite against Pat- ed in taking pictures in the In- for 35 days of frainina with pr,
terson's awkward and sporadic dianapolis ring the night Patter- All-Armv Souad. About 60 entrants
0
attacks than the heavy bag which son looked so bad against Lone-n from all Army areas sroond the
he resembled physically, romped- 'hat he almost forgot he was be- The second Interscholastic Trt 100 Meter Breast BoysTime world will be screened to form a
t
tively and temperamentally, at ing introduced as a challenger. angular Swim Meet of 1959 1:24.7. 1. Gcreade DeTore (CHS), team to reores-mt the ser,,le in
lePst had a few pre-fight defend- After all, maybe Ingemar Jo now in the history book. The Bat- 2. Ed Doland (BHS), 3. Ray Cald, the 3rd Annual Games. with from
n6eotoilo)cr-ota,&,
hansson doesn't believe he is.
boa boys scored a 68 27 2 vic well (BHS), 4. Bernie Maxwell 20 to 25 chosen as the Army!
, tory over Cristobal and .1wAr (BHS). team.
0
411E 1111' College. Balboa boys scored six 120 Meter Individual Medley With experience In the fomee
oNN firsts in the individual eventA Girls Time 1:45.5. 1. Jean Sea. Milrose Games, National AAU and
4,V
t:Eijiltop 4
11A nd then -went on to completely man (CHS), 2. Danielle Harned Itii'es;;-', 0
a TCAAAA cha innionshinst Thompson
dominate the relay events, Out- (BHS), 3. Ada Wynn (CHS), 4, has an excellent chance to make Dri-charged 1 0
Vrtl r;;II ;:. M
4.311:40111110 ..Z('- standing performances were tur,,e- Mary Washbaugh (CHS). the Arnny team.
ed in by John Sbodgrass, Bill 120 Meter Individual Medley
Rigby, Harry Van Loon, Joe Slid. Boys Time 1:34.2. 1. Ha rry Batteries
.,
- by :-
........ rez, and the excellent ,diving of Van Loon (BIIS), 2. Skip Row- Sports Snell.
,!
,
, pg, winner Bernard Maxwell. ley (BHS), 3. Tom Dugan (CHS),
',
4: 2-,
it It ITII:CRIRAY 4 -tba tilt girls division,. Charlene t4. Buddy Slaughter tIlS)
ft' ,st it'
- dite Graves; Jean Sessmons, Diane x160 Meter MedlekleylayGjei kroi20)1--,
Hickey, and Ginny Favorite of Time 2:05.5. 1. Marion H o 1.13r
tw
t
't a W e, CUBS SIGN PORTERFIELD
Cristobal 'High, each with sever- Carolyn Holmes, Jeanne Halvosa, CHICAGO (UPI) Pitcher Bob
- 0
at first to their credit disphyed Joyce Herry (sHs), 2. Ginny Porterfield has been signed by the
American Leaguers whispering 1
,-44,1Palh"tmge.s., too much power for Balboa., The ,Filyorite, Jam Theriot, Charlene
,
Chicago Cubs es a free agent.

.a... a
,
American Leaguers whisperIng
' that Yogi Berra is through as a
d batting threat. .not that his eye
0 is gone. .but when he hits- the
ball "it does nothing.".
Henry Aaron's terrific start at
bat Teminds Johnny Logan
- what the Brave's slugger used to
tell the shortstop when Herny was
stationed, somewhat against his
will, at second base: -"Ah hope
this ball isn't hit to me. Nou cover
that pillow against the runner.
I'll handle the-ground balls that
come straight at me. I gotta saVe
Shy energy fo' hitting.".
-
Intrude a footblill note: Steve
Sebo's supposed to quietly pack
no and leave Penn after teh '59
(0 season, win or lose. gentlemen's
agreement.

: American Leaguers whisperipg
that 'Yogi Berra is through 'as a
batting threat. .not that his eye
is gone. .but when he hitt- the
ball -"it does nothing.".
Henry Aaron's terrific start at
bat, Teminds Johnny Logan
wilt:It the Brave's slugger used to
tell the shortstop when Herny was
stationed, somewhat against his
will, at second base: "Ah hope
this ball isn't hit to me. Neu cover
that pillOw against 'the runner.
I'll handle the- ground balls, the.
Come straight at me. I gotta saVe
sty energy fo' hitting.".
Intrude a footb'all note: Steve
Sebo's supposed to quietly pack
up and leave Penn after teh '59
setison,',win or lose. gentlemen's
agreement.
When Dann Murtaugh was
las'ted, shortly after he took over
the Pirates, if he, was going to
'pull any Bragan tunts (likt of ofaering
aering ofaering an umpire- a sip of orange
jlire), he shrugged, "You never
can tell what an Irishman will
so.". .when Danny, who once
,led the, NL in base stealing, was
asked this sPringif he'd do any
,running with the boys te get in
shape, he winked, "Ninvadays I
run only by proxy".
' Gene Brito, the all-nro defen defensive
sive defensive end who retired just long
enough to get traded to 'ts in,
town Rams, is a school teachtr
by trade. once answered a
questionaire. under "toughest op:
ponent": "Those kids I have to
teach," ...
, Comfortably settled In Cineitt Cineittt
t Cineittt Fit dugotit,.,Ed Bailey and Don
Newcombe' were philosophizing
on the -Los Angeles Dodgers trottin-
hy. ."It. seems," muscd
Bailey, "like they only ght big
pitchers. .Drysdale, Williams.
tnever saw such big monsters."
,"And," apPended Newcomhe,
,"theY've glwas had. little 'infield-
'ers. except for RObinsonReese,,';
Cox, Zin3mer, Jorgenson, Gil Gil,liatn."
,liatn." Gil,liatn." ,,,,
For hit .JUly 15 reunion With.,
Yvon Durelle,' Archie, Moore is
Insisting. on 'formal Attire- for, the
first 15 roves Montreat;----Avitil
his seconds d,ecked ',out hr.:special.
cummerbunds. and jackets..
Hotter Than
,
Firecracker ''
,
nAYTONA BgACII;
(NEA) .Whtteman, the
old maestro of jazz music and
rnember'of ,the,board of directors
of Daytona International Sneed.
way, named thttutenendence for
this new 'trick en '201
' '1 At's rail 'the leiremickee
250'." Whiteman insisted. ;And
that's what it will be--the first alto
nual "Firecracker ,250" NAS-CAll
Sweepstakes with priFe Mozterin
excess Of, $27,000.! ,
4 The race mill be open to mint
, top and conyertible late mole!
stock Ai wit& -the top, N AS ASeAlt
eAlt ASeAlt drivers,,ortipeting, 4

that Yogi Berra is tnrougn as a v I oBnallybtlioanegirfIrsstwperaetetanttt tocomglarng tax176e0s, INIggineLtylignit(eUraS); Pplatecheedr
batting threat. .not that his eye listwatos P. -4"404..,
is gone. .but when he hitt- the it 1
ut the 160 meter medley relay. Time 1:43.6. 1. Ed Doland, Joe Mr
ball "it does nothing.". outcome Wall a 62 37 defeat. Suarez, Tim Days, Mike Rudge was released by Pittsburgh last ,
make r Llijm() et hf oerS Fostraltebeirrenf Inetind w h o
14 (lint' 11
Henry Aaron's terrific start at week. ;;
The outstanding race of the a t- iBffS). 2. Gerry DeTore, Geor e

bat Teminds Johnny Logan a ..71111is- ernoon came in the 200 nicer cotton, Tom Dugan, James 4Man 4Man4
4 4Man4 what the Brave's slugger used to
frce style. Swimming evelly ning (CHS). --
UNOUNCE TOURNEY DATE at,rw w
ler ?IF IL";1 1 1
tell the shortstop when Herny was most of the distance, Bill Rigby 160 Meter Free Style Relay CLEARWATER, Fla. (UPI)
45r '''
stationed, somewhat against his tut on a burst of. speed in the Girls Time 1:44.9. 1. Sarah V,
will, at second base: -"Ah hope
10 meters to pass team nitte Spector, Drenda Collins, Diane
Pat Rogers 13 I S h ttl,&,1
ciation announced Wed nesday k,
The Professiinal Golfers Asso
this ball isn't hit to me. Nou cover '
fain Van Loon last week's von- Hickey, Pam Theriot (CHS) 2
that pillOw against the runner. ' 01
Ho al ; ner and favored. to win s one. -ver y mit Dan Dan4'
4' Dan4' 69
that the 1960 PGA seniors cham chamhandle
handle chamhandle the-ground balls, that
- The Junior High teams, swan- II
le e Harned, Margret Gangle pionships will be played at near- Ntio. .,
tome straight at me. I gotta save Drhie riow... Pay Later
.,!!- ming their second and last meet (BHS).
2D6u3nle. dPinGAseopftf.ics-
rny energy fo' hitting.". 04,, .1,0 oi the school year, showed very x160 Meter Free Style Relay be rYs Dwuinile dmPrieejta nai
'
fine promise of becoming excel- Boys Time 1:30.6. 1. Tim Da,..s, ;.
to select the Ryder Cup team.
Intrude a footiAll note: Steve lent varsity swimmers next year. Jon Snodgrass. Harry Van Low, .op
Sebo's supposed to quietly pack Coach Sells Insurance
up and leave Penn after teh '59 ,'.,,))))Ji Although this entire division was Gordon Boswell (BHS), 2. Tom
kl
completely dominated by the Billson, James Manning, Irl Saun- NEW YORK illP1)Fuzzy Le- s, .s, e
setison,',win or lose.. gentlemen's Balboa Junior High swimmers ders, George Cotton (CI'S).
agreement. 1. Maxwell Ivlaasi'kee'tbNaellwenaYeohr,k sKelinsickinesrl.ibroacnkceer I, tot ):. 8 fs) es106,- 1
- excellent performances were Diving Boys
TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TEL. 3-1501
When Dann Murtaugh was shown by Pat Dailey, Helen (IIHS), 2. Cunningham (CHS), 3. during the off-season.
,Q George and Terry Slaughter of STsith.(CHS).. 4
,

tne mates, n ne, was going TO -------- - Junior High Meet was Balboa (CBS). 2. -Robertson (BlIS)
'pull any Bragan Stunts (likt of- Hew Aaron boys 63 Cristobal 10. The Bat- x New records.
aering an umpire a sip of orange i boa girls outscored Cristobal 42- Junior High Rosults
ttire), he shrugged, "You never 27. 60 Meter Free Style Girls Girlscan
can Girlscan tell what an Irishman will
- so.". .when Danny, who once The Steelers' Bobby Layne is' The third and final meet of the Time :42.2. 1. Magie Mahoney
led the NL in base stealing, was expanding his buiness operations school year will be held at Gam- (Bat). Z. Jeanne Walker (Val),
t asked this spring- if he'd do any as a bowling and-oil lease tyciroo boa Swimming Pool on Tuesday, 3. Conchita Graves (Cris ).
,running with the boys to get in down in Texas. .with more ntl- Mmeay 319asat 2:00 p.m. With two 60 Meter Free Styl -. Bo s
, shape, he winked, "Awadays 1 leys slated to go up in BigSprt .,s et preparation ftor this,fi- Time :37.7. 1. Terrev SlauYhte
nal interscholastic mee many of (Cris.), 2. Jimtny Dkes (Bgal.)r,
run only by proxy". . . .recently turned down a fa
bulous job offer because "I got- the records are due to be broken. 3. Kenny' Smith (Bal.), 4. Robert i
Gene Brito, the all-oro defen- ta play football. long as Buddy The public is invited to attend. Knox Bal.).
60 Meter Butterfly Girls C--
sive end who retired just long Parker wants me. and I do a There is no admission charge.
Results of interscholastic meet: Time :52.4, 1. Helen George
enough to get traded to ,ts hi. job."
town Rams, is a school teachtr 60 Meter Free Style -Girls (Crio.), 2. Grace Figueroa. ()Jai.),
by trade. once answered a When the 'Browns traded Bill -Time :40. 3. Pat Daley (Cris.), 4. Jane
questionaire. under "toughest op, Quinlan recently. to tht Packers, 1. Charlene Graves (CHS), 2. Hearne (Bal.).
ponent": "Those kids I have to 1)6 readed, "Nix, I, quit.- That's Carolyn Homes (BUS), 3. Sarah 60 Meter Back Girls -Time
w
teach." . going frora the Yallheea to-Kam-4'3 SPeetor (CHS), 4. Beverly Smith :54.7. 1. Helen George (Cris.),, 2.
1 ... - : ,,, City.":. .bur the Yanks slumped (BlIS). Frances Yost (Bal.); 3. Rozlyn
,
,
Comfortably settled in Cincin- antr COach Vince Lombitidi sweet 60 Meter Free Style Boys- Rhodes (BIWA,. ,
rOi dugout, Fd B iley ttnd Do talked him, .and Quinlan ill Time :36.7. 1. Jon Snodgrass 60 Meter Back Boys -Time
P NPwcombe were philosophizing PtaY- ,,,,,', (BHS), 2. Ilarold McKenzie '50 s. 1. Dirk Van Loon (Bal.),
(BHS), 3. 'rim Days (BHS) 4. 2. Garth' Feeney 413a1.,), 3. Tien Tienon
on Tienon the Los Angeles Dodg,ers trot- .. -----
tin-. by. ."It seems," mused there's' a unique statistic in Gordon Boswell BHS). neth Copper, (Pls.), 4..Pete .Den.
Bailey, "like they only gOt, big tht eltreer of, Early ,Wynn. . at 100 Meter Butterfly Boys ton (Bal.). ,.
pitchers. .Drysdale, Williams the ageof 39, he struck out 14 bat- (IIHS), 2. Tommy Dugan (CHS), 100 Meter Free Style Girls-Ltnever
saw such big monsters:4 ters in one, game, more than he 3. Brian Cox (JCL 4. Tom Billi- Time 1:23.3'. 1. Jeanne Walker
. "And,' appended Newcombe, ever did when he was -a kid. . son (CRS). (BMA 24 COnchita -Graves Cris.),
"they've slwaYs had. little infield- and last year ,-,,at the age of 38 200 Meter Free Style Girls 3. Bonnie Crowell (Bal.).
:ers. except for RObinson-Reese, 'he totalled 179, striktouts to lead Time .2:58. 1. Diane H i c k e y 100 Meter Free Style -Boys-
1, Atte' American,League. ...yet in the (CBS). 2. Pat Rogers (BHS), 3. Time 1:12.2. 1. Martin Holmes
Cox, Zimmer, Jorgenson, Gil Gilliam."
liam." Gilliam." .t,.1", eight yearshe spent with Washing Ada Wynn (CRS), 4. Margaret (Bal.), 2. Terry Slaughter (Cris.),
!. For his 4111y 15 reunion with ton, before he' was 30,' when your Ganglo (BlIS). 3. Kenny Smith (Bal.), 4. B i I I
Yvon Dureile,' Arehie MoOre ., is. arm i supPosed to havt its great- 200 Meter Fee Style Boys- trey (Bal.).
n,ever had hall that Time 2:36.7. 1. Bill Rigby (BITS), 60 Meter Breast -'Giels-Timo
i,, insisting on 'formal:attire for the est ling, he
first 15 rows in Montrealprt.with mr,tny strikeouts' a season. . 2. Barry Van Loon (BITS), 3. 1:01.0. 1. Pat Daley (Cris.), 2:
, skip Rowley (BlIS), 4. Ray Jane Hearne (Bal.), 3. Conchita
his seconds decked out lir special 'Evce'r notieel.bliw many top cur- sekeidegg (CHS). Graves (Cris.) 4. Rozlyn Rhodes
cummerbunds and jackets, 4 4'
, , ,,i rent players nave .eome out of 100 Meter Back Girls -Time (Bal.).
to nrillom( Bema le; t):e5-1.2.in d ..,,
,, , , ,
: ,, .,,, ,4',,, ,' Oakland',. Gantt. hue, Pinson 1:30.6. 1. Jean Seaman (CItSj, 2. 60 Meter Breast Boys-Time
, HotterThan
,, :, Tifsby, Robinson, Porter, Flood. teanne Italvoa (BITS). 3 Mary :53.5 1. Jim Dykes (Bal.). 2.
BetWeen you'n'me, biggest bat- ivashbaugh (CIIS), 4. B e tr. e r 1 y SamWilkin (Bal.), 3. Peter Den DenSmith
Smith DenSmith (BIIS).
.., , ..,. tIcJoe Gordon. has with Cleve Cleve',,
',, Cleve',, Firecracker .,,,' land is keeping, 9 rein on his tem- 100 Meter B k Boys
,. 't ,, per4 .4 1.The yanitees kept a tight Time 1:20.0. -1. JoaecSIZez 411ST, Metdley Gills
1 G ace Fieueroa
'-'' clamp- on him-all tbe tlme he was 2. James Manninr (CHS), 3.,Bod- (Bal.), 2. Helen George (Cris.),
,
nAYTONA ".,BPACII,' Fla. ',-'.... a Player. t dy Slaughter (CHS), 3. I) b u g 3. Frances Yost (Bal.).
(NEA) -.imam) Whiteman, the .:' y MacLean (BHS). 120 Meter Ind. Medley Boys
S. ,,
old maestro' of jazz music and 1 ,f, ), 100 Meter Free Style Girls Time 1:44.9. 1. Jerry M a n n
tnember'of ,the,board of directors , 16:1U1141 CAPITALIST -Time I:13.7. 1. Charlene Graves (Bal.), 2. Garth Feeney (BALL
of Daytona -International Sneed. ''..,''' ,..1, (CHS), 2. Cardin' Holmes (IMIS), 3. ,Bill Arey (Bal.).
, 'way, namesitheAnoteoondente for ,NEW YORK (NEA) -Assault, 3. Sarah Spector (CHS), 4. Dren- 160 Meter Medley Retey-Girlatho
new,,trick en 'hi, f.-: ).,' :- Ple Crown winner of 1946, was da COMTIN (CRS). -Time 2:18.1,,, 1. MR-ggie Mahn Mahn.
. Mahn. t a eall ilt 'the ',., !FirecTacter' thetlirst horse ever to win 400,000 100 Meter Fret Style t- Boys- ney, lane:Hearne, Grore rigue-',
' 250'." Whiteritaft -Insisted: ;And bi pureeti in one year. Time 1:09.4 1. Jon Snodgrass roa. Jeanne Walker (NIA'
-
, that's whatit will be-the firg an ',;,::,,An: t ; ' (BHS), 2. Gordon BosWell (BlIS). 160 Meter tredlef Relay-to-ys
. null "Firecracker ,250", NAS-CAR ,. ''',,.,v',," ,.,,,,-, )t, 3. George Cotton (CHS), ,4. hi -Time 9:01.0. 1. DIrk Van Loon.
IN Sweepstakes with prise' Morley-in ,?!'!,,k.,'FL.WINS' MINERS Saunders (CHS)., Yertin, uolmel,kJim Ilykes, Sam
,
,, excess Of $27,000'..! .,. ,; , ,:,,,J-, '',e '', i ,,,. x.: : 4't,,, ," 100 Meter Breast Girls Wilkin (Bal.)
t 4' The ritei Avill b len Ur nevi 'l LEXINGT011,;'41CY...(NEAl-The Time 1:38.2. 1. fanny Favorite 1-rt lletn..Free Style Relatti..i.
, top and conyertible ate model University of Kentucky bahkethall (CHS), 2. Pam Theriot (CHS),,,S. Boys-,Titrilt-1:40.8 1. ',.'.1 e i r v
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corner refuses to proclaim- Johans
son until he las been displayed
to the paying, guests on this side
of the Atlantic. All I know about
him is that his fame is based
solely on a quick knockout of Eddie
Machenv a San Francisco hea heavyweight
vyweight heavyweight of questionable ibility
and one Ireportedly handicapped
by a bad shoulder, caught cold on
a chilly night and quickly knocked
out.
Lencken admittedly came over
just to last as long 'as he could
collect, S60,000 phis expenses.
Johansson seems to be taking
the upcoming appointment in much
the same spriti, and why not?
He is guaranteed $100,000 or 20
per cent of receipts that may
exceed a million.
The Johatisson entourage re resembles
sembles resembles nothing so much as a
picnic party. Ingemar brought a along
long along his parents, his financee his
brother and his girl and his sister
in addition to camp followers. It
is reported that a maiden aunt
who was invited declined on the
grounds that. she was too old for
such shenanigans.
To further tho Impression of a
holiday, the Johansson party early
decided to remain in New York
City instead -of establihing a pro proper
per proper camp. 'None of this roughing
it in t.he country' for the Swedjsh
delegation.. Not with this kind of
sugar.
The party arrived with more ca cameras
meras cameras than a group of Russian
spies. Ingemar became so ehgross
ed in taking pictures in the In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis ring the night Patter Patterson
son Patterson looked so bad against Lone-i
tat he almost forgot he was be being
ing being introduced as a challenger.
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expanding his business operations
as a bowling and-oil lease tyco
down in Texas. .with more al alleys
leys alleys slated to go up in Big Springs
.recently turned dowh a fa faIbu
Ibu faIbu ions job offer because "I got got1ta
1ta got1ta play football. long as Bundy
'Parker wants me. and I do a
Ijob."
When the 'Browns traded Bill
Quinlan recently. to tht Packers,
readed, "Nix, I quit. 'That's
going frorh the Yankees to...Kansas
City.":.. ,butthe Yanks slumped
eat' Coach Vince Lombaidi sweet
talked him. .and Quinlan will
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there's' a unique statistic in
tht ciireer of, Early Wynn. at
the age'of 39, he 'struck out 14 bat batters
ters batters in one, game, more than he
ever did when be was si kid.
and last year ,,at the age of 38
ite totalled 179 striktouts to lead
'the' American.League. ...yet in the
eight years he spent with 'Washing
ton, before he' was 30,' when your
arm i supposed to havt its great greatest
est greatest ling, he never had half that
many strikequts' a season.
ZVer notice bhw many top cur current
rent current players have come out of
Oakland', Calif.!. lense, Pinson
Tiaby, Robinson, Porter, Flood.
I3etween youleme, biggest bat battleYJoe
tleYJoe battleYJoe Gordon. has with Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland is keeping, rein on his tem temperi
peri temperi Y,ankees kept a tight
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the,lirst horse ever to win $400,000
ppritea.in one year.
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I fiancee. lookt on as Floyd Patterson's challenger,' facing the
icamerai boxes his brother, 'Rolf, in the Police Athletic
League Gymnasium in New York. The Swede bids for the
heavyweight championship at Yankee Stadium on June 25. 11
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Balboa Boys, Cristobot
Win Triangular Swim Meet

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The second Interscholastic Tri
angular Swim Meet of 1959
now in the history book. The Bal Balboa
boa Balboa boys scored a 68 27 2 vic
tory over .Cristobal and Ju,",r
College. Balboa boys scored six
firsts in the individual eventa
and then -went on to completely
dominate the relay events. Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding performances were tur,D tur,Ded
ed tur,Ded in by John Snodgrass, Bill
Rigby, Harry Van Loon, Joe Stu Sturez,
rez, Sturez, and the excellent ,diving of
winner Bernard Alaxwell.
the girls division,. Charlene
Graves; Jean Seasmons, Diane
Hickey, and Ginny Favorite of
Cristobal 'High, each with sever several
al several first to their credit disphyed
too much power for Balboa. The
Balbna girls were able to gain
only 'one first -plate, that coming
in the 160 meter medley relay.
outcome was a 62 37 defeat.
The outstanding race of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon came in the 200 meter
free style. Swimming evelly
most of the distance, Bill Rigby
Lilt on a burst of- speed in the
tart 10 meters to pass team mr.te
Hair, Van Loon, last week's von vonner
ner vonner and favored to win this one.
The Junior High teams, swim swimming
ming swimming their second and last meet
ot the school year, showed very
fine promise of becoming excel excellent
lent excellent varsity swimmers next year.
Although this entire division was
completely dominated by the
Balboa Junior High swimmers
excellent performances were
shown by Pat Dailey, Helen
George and Terry Slaughter of
Cristobal. The outcome of the
Junior High Meet was Balboa
boys 63 Cristobal 10. The Bal Balboa
boa Balboa girls outscored Cristobal 42-
27.
The third and final meet of the
school year will be held at Gam Gam,
, Gam, boa Swimming Pool on Tuesday,
May 19 at 2:00 p.m. With two
meets as preparation for this fi final
nal final interscholastic meet, many, of
the records are due to be broken.
The public is invited to attend.
There is no admission charge.
Results of interscholastic meet:
60 Meter Free Style -Girls
-Time :40.
1. Charlene Graves (CHS), 2.
Carolyn Homes (BUS), 3. Sarah
Spector (CHS), 4. Beverly Smith
(BlIS).
60 Meter Free Style Boys BoysTime
Time BoysTime :36.7. L Jon Snodgrass
(1311S), 2. Ilarold McKenzie
(BHS), 3. 'rim Days (BHS) 4.
Gordon Boswell BHS).
100 Meter Butterfly Boys
()IBS), 2. Tommy Dugan (CHS),
3. Brian Cox (JCL 4. Tom Billi Billi,
, Billi, son (CRS).
200 Meter Free Style Girls
Time .2:58. 1. Diane Hickey
! (CBS). 2. Pat Rogers (BlIS), 3.
: Ada Wynn (CHS), 4. Margaret
Gangle (BlIS).
- 200 Meter Fee Style Boys Boys:
: Boys: Time 2:36.7. 1. Bill Rigby (BUS),
Ilarry Van Loon (BITS), 3.
Skip Rowley (BlIS), 4. Ray
Scheidegg (CHS).
r 100 Meter Back Girls -Time
i 1:30.6. 1. Jean Seaman (OM, 2.
Jeanne ITalvoa (BITS). 3. Mary
Washbaugh (CIIS), 4. Beverly
Smith (BIIS).
100 Meter Back Boys
t Time 1:20.0. 1. Joe Stiarez (BIIS),
2. James Manninr (CHS), 3.,Bud 3.,Buddy
dy 3.,Buddy Slaughter (CHS), 3. tiOug
MacLean (BHS).
100 Meter Free Style Girls
-Time 1:131. 1. Charlene Graves
(CHS), 2. Cardin' Holmes (BlIS),
, 3. Sarah Spector (CHS)k 4.
da Collins (CIS).
tr 100 Meter Fret Style Boys BoysTime
Time BoysTime 1:09.4 1. Jon Snodgrass
(BHS), 2. Gordon BosWell (BIN).
3. George Cotton (CIS), Irl
Saunders (CHS).,
100 Meter Breast Girls
Time 1:38.2. 1. Cluny Favorite
I (cHS), 2. Pam Theriot (CHS),,S.
Marion HOWe 031143, 4. Joyce
Herring (1311S).
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100 Meter Breast -Boys-Time I
1:24.7. 1. Gcreade De Tore (CHS), 1
2. Ed Do land (BHS), 3. Ray Ca Id- I
well (BHS), 4. Bernie Maxwell
(BHS). 1
120 Meter Individual Medley
Girls Time 1:45.5. 1. Jean Sea Seaman
man Seaman (CHS), 2. Danielle Harned
(BHS), 3. Ada Wynn (CHS), 4. 1
Mary Washbaugh (CHS).
120 Meter Individual Medley
Boys Time 1:34.2. 1. Harry
Van Loon (BIIS), 2. Skip Row Rowley
ley Rowley (BHS), 3. Tom Dugan (CHI"),
4. Buddy Slaughter I(CIIS)
x160 Meter Medlekleylay-dirli
-Time 2:05.5. 1. Marion H o w e,
Carolyn Holmes, Jeanne Halvosa,
Joyce Herry (BHS), 2. Ginny
Favorite, Pam Theriot, Charlene
Graves, Mary Washbaugh (CHS).
x160 Meter Medley Relay
-Time 1:43.6. 1. Ed Doland, Joe
Suarez, Tim Days, Mike Rudge
(BHS). 2. Gerry DeTore, George
Cotton, Tom Dugan, James Zlan-
fling (CHS).
160 Meter Free Style Relay
Girls Time 1:44.9. 1. Sa r ah
Spector, Drenda Collins, Diane
Hickey, Pam Theriot (CHS) 2.
Pat Rogers, Beverly Smith, Dan Danielle
ielle Danielle Harned, Margret Gangle
(BHS).
x160 Meter Free Style Relay RelayBoys
Boys RelayBoys Time 1:30.6. 1. Tim DaY..s,
Jon Snodgrass. Harry Van Loo,i,
Gordon Boswell (BHS), 2. Tom
Billson, James Manning, Irl Saun Saunders,
ders, Saunders, George Cotton (CHS).
Diving .Boys 1. Maxwell
(BHS), 2. Cunningham (CHS), 3.
Smith (CHS).
Diving Girls 1. Seamons
(CHS), 2. s Robertson (BlIS)
x New records.
Junior High Results
60 Meter Free Style Girls GirlsTime
Time GirlsTime :42.2. 1. Magie Mahoney
(Bal). 2. Jeanne Walker (Val),
3. Conchita Graves (Cris.).
60 Meter Free Style Boys
Time :37.7. 1. Terry Slaughter
(CHI.), 2. Jimtiy Dykes (Bal.),
3. Kenny' Smith (Bal.), 4. Robert
Knox Bal.).
60 Meter Butterfly Girls '12--
Time :52.4, 1. Helen : George
(Cria.), 2. Grace Figueroa (13a1.),
3. Pat Daley (Cris.), 4. Jane
Hearne (Bal.).
60 Meter Back Girls -Time
:54.7. 1. Helen George (Cris.),, 2.
Frances 'Yost (BaL),I 3. Rozlyn
Rhodes (BIa.,..
60 Meter Back Boys -Time
:50 S. 1. Dirk Van Loon (Bal.),
2. Garth' Feenex.(BaL), 3. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Copper, (Cris.), ,L,Pete ,Den ,Denton
ton ,Denton (Bal.).
100 Meter Free Style Girls GirlsTime
Time GirlsTime 1:23.3. 1. Jeanne Walker
(Bal.). 24 COnchita -Graves Cris.),
3. Bonnie Crowell (Bal.).
100 Meter Free Style -BoysTime
1:12.2. 1. Martin Holmes
(Bal.), 2. Terry Slaughter (Cris.),
3. Kenny Smith (Bal.), 4. Bill
trey (Bal.); I
60 Meter Breast -'Girls-Time
1:01.0. 1. Pat Daley (Cris.), 2.
Jane. Hearne (Bal.), 3. Conchita ,1
Graves (Cris.) 4. Rozlyn Rhodes1
(Bal.).
60 Meter Breast Bovs-Time
:53.5. 1. Jim Dykes (Bal.). 2.
Sam Wilkin ,(Bal.), 3. Peter Den Denton
ton Denton (Bal.). 1
120 Meter Ind.',Medley Gills
-Time 1:52.3. 1. Grace Figueroa
(Bal.), 2. Helen George (Cris.),
3. Frances Yost (Bal.).
120 Meter Ind. Medley Boys
Time 1:44.9. 1. Jerry Ma nn
(Bal.), 2. Garth Feeney (Bal.).
3. ,Bill Arey (Bal.).
160 Meter Medley Retey-Girla.
-Time 2:13.1e 1. MR.pgie Mahn;
ney, Jane:WA-me, Grore rigue:'
roa. Jeanne Walker (BAIA'
160 Meter Wedlel Relay-I36ys
-Time 9:01.0. 1. DIrk Van Loon.
ttortin, uolmel,IJim Dykes, Se 01
iVilkin (Bal.)
,1 1-r) llet'r .Irree Style Relal -r
Boys-A-Tintlt -,1:40.9 .1. ;:-.I etry
Mann., Sam Witicin, : Kenneth'
Smi:1, 'anti Feeney (Ba1.1
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U. S. Army Caribbean ,for the
first time has sent a representa.
live to the Army Trials-for the
Pan-American Gaines to be held
in Chicago in late August. He is
Priva,e Fred Thompson; a legal
observer for the Judge-Advocate
Section, at Fort Amador. The
games, conducted ;everx four
years one year 'before the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games, are being held in the
U. S. for the first time since their
beginning in 1951. The Army Trials
are scheduled for Fort Lee, Va.
, Private Thompson is a 'college
graduate, having attended St.
John's and City College in New
York City. After graduation he
comneted will. the Pioneer Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club in New York City,-a club
with'.some of the greatest Amer American
ican American track stars on its roster.
Thompson hag run with most of
lliern including Lou Jones, quarter-miler.
and Charley Pratt, hur hur'
' hur' dler, Pratt was, the U.S. Decath Decathlon
lon Decathlon chsmpion in 1957Also on the
game team,was Don Bragg, world
, record 'holder in the pole vault
i',,sThompsotr'will 'perform, in his
,
specialty the 220-yard dash. The
220 world record, 20.0. is held by
Duke University s'ar Dave Sime.
,Thomoson has run the distance in
21.1. Since coming to Panama on only'
ly' only' a few months ago, be has had
his heart set on running in the
aames, and has spent every mor morning
ning morning and early evening otr the A Amildor
mildor Amildor golf cocrse,working him himself
self himself into condition. 's
it will take someone in excellent
rondition to run in the games
against such'stars, with whom he
has competed before. Without the
benefit of competition, he has
been unable to rur totter than
23.3, which he did at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium a few weeks ago.
The 25-year-old Thompson is
5'9" anti weitahts abmit 160
Pounds. Ile is going to Fort Lee
for 35 davs of trainina with sn
All-Army Souad. About 60 entrants
from all Army areas around the
world will be screened to form a
team to rePresent the serric. in
the 3nd Annual Games. with from
20 to 25 chosen as the Army
team.
With experience In the famee
Milrose Games, National AAU and
TCAAAA chatnionshins'Thompson
has an excellent chance to make
the Artny team.
Sports Briefs
CUBS SIGN PORTERFIELD
CHICAGO (UPI) Pitcher Bob
Porterfield has been signed by the
Chicago Cubs es a free agent.
Pitcher Joe Schaffernoth was
placed on the disabled list to
make room for Porterfield, who
was released by Pittsburgh last
week.
UNOUNCE TOURNEY DATE
CLEARWATER, Fla. (UPI)
The Professiinal Golfers Asso Association
ciation Association announced Wed nesday
that the 1960 PGA seniors cham championships
pionships championships will be played at near nearby
by nearby Dunedib Jan. 26 31. PGA offic officers
ers officers will meet at Dunedin Sept. 8
to select the Ryder Cup team.
Coach Solis Insurance
NEW YORK (UPI)Fuzzy Le Levai.e,
vai.e, Levai.e, New York Knickerbocker
basketball coach, sells insurance
during the off-season.
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By JOHN MORRISSEY :
NEW YORK (NEA) During
his 30 years as an automobile rac
ing promoter, Ed Otto has ueed
cussed and threatened with bodily
harm, but he still considers his
work fun.
Sitting in his mid-town New York
office, the balding Otto, vice-president
of the National Association
for Stock Car Racing, proposed his
feet on a desk and stuck a eigar
in his mouth as he talked about
racing.
"Auto racing is getting more
popular throughout the count' y,"
Otto says. "It backed baseball off
the map in the Carolinas and Gear Geargia.
gia. Geargia. "I believe it will go big in New
York. I'm running stock, midget
and sports car races at the NI()
Grounds every Saturday night
until the end of September. Op::n Op::ning
ing Op::ning night we drew a crowd of
20,000 people. That's more than
the Giants had some nights."
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Otto doesn't worry about night
racing at trotting tracks luring a away
way away potential customers. He fi figures
gures figures there are enough people
in New York for him to get his
quota.

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Grabbing his shirt sleeve, he
said, "I'm willing to bet my cuff
links that we'll have 50,000 at
the Polo Grounds some nights.
"You find all kinds of Mc Ple
in stock car racing farmers,
artists, service station operators.
"It's never their fault when they
have an accident. Excuses range
from there was water on the track
to a blowout, despite the fact the
tire didn't go until they smacked
the wall. I've had drivers come
after me with hammers after an
accident. They get it into' their
heads that it was my fault.",
Stock car racing isn't just a
man's sport. The gals go for it,
too. Otto says one reason for let letting
ting letting the girls participate is that
it helps keep some of the men
in action.

"Women can really whii3e and
nag," Otto said as h", wrinkled
his features in imitation 6t an
unhappy female, "when they think
you're not paying enough atten attention
tion attention to them. They accuse their
men of spending too much time
with their cars. A lot of fellows
get fed up with hearing this so
they chuck racing.
"But when the girl takes up rac
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sire. desire.
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ability," the promoter strescs
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They aren't afraid to die.,Whea
they crack up they'll climb out
the wreck anti slam their helmets
on the ground. It doess't matter
that they were almost
They're worrying about 'the dotigt.;
they'll be losing by being 04," 7
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blowing his top when he smash
a car he ha; Invested a Int vf
'time and money in. A driver may
buy a 1.939 Ford for $50 and by
the time he's finished worki.pg
it it has cost him $3,050.,And thel,
wear out two or three cars
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three bedrooms, fully furnished;
throughout june, July, August.
Balboa 3079.
FOR RENT:--Vacation quarters.
June 1 to Sept. 1. Lakeview Cot Cotage
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FOR SALE:-Child's crib with FOR SALE:--Lote 500 and 1.000 ..,
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2 '''' '. twin irostee cottages. between Santa
1 ,.-,..,;- -'.;"" Care end Rio Hato. -Now low
FOR RENT:-Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, 6 cyl. standard shift '' FOR SALE:---Hi-Fl, console type.
mattress, ntatching dresser, Built- Also two canary cages with
meters, in the Nuevo Histiodrome ,-- r
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-' '2'. restos. Phone Balboa 1866. in new 'HISPERIA" Building, wigood tires. Call Gatun 5-490 Rite carriage, excellent condi- stands. Call Balboa 1194. Urbanlaatioo across tbe Ramon
f tt G-1 Street,. El Canonici, with Racetrack. AU lots with street
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FOR SALE:-.Mahotany living '''DY-SArilSFIU1sseS1(Y;
1 '' ..' istOLL1111$ Oceanside eotteOes
- -!' at hot water connections, laundrt $1100.00,
or Qtrs. 236-B, Sibert St. Gatuts tion. 3-3886.
- FOR SALE:-15 Venetian blinds. room suit, couch, two chairs in- fronts, sewage, wator main' and ..L
' ',,,' '.4-Liass Clara ilt. de P. IsItone Pa- conveniences. garage, etc. for in- electricity. Cali W. Mclamett,
nerspring cushions. Excellent -. it re
lc :" T 11- 3-1377 Cristobal 3-1673. formation call Tel. 3-6634. FOR SALE:-1958 Chevrolet Mahogany dining table with 6
3165. Tel. 4-0976.
condition. 247144-Q401i Nari
, 4,:' itt.rilrila two door, radio, white side walls, chairs. Mahogany wall shelf.
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Generator 60 cycle, 110 voltt Q I hobght some Thompson deduction under eine, tircums nee :It
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FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Apt. duty paid, 5,000 miles, call 3-
- Hot water instalation witb heat- 7435. 17.4 AMPS. House 1576-A, Ga- FOR SAM-Comfortable Mtn- Fiber ,Glase. without investigation, es. e- e
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sr. large porch, maid 1 room,
, timmercial $ites I
vilan Road. 4t7351tome completely furnished; simply because:, it,, was recom- Now 'Viet we've;: gone through 4,i, t
leg. meters of land; excel- mended.. I-want 'to sell this stock all this,'why don't you just 7hold ',
FOR $ALE:----9 piece dining MOM
FOR SALE:-1929, Model A
, Elevator service. Two bath bathFOR
FOR bathFOR SALE:-Rose bushes anti set 1150.00. Automatic dish
- rooms perfect condition. Edi- Ford Coupe, 1150.00 or ex- !wit water and Kohler 2 K. elec. jthst SS Mil AS I have a capita! on to this stock. sine see what it
e' '. e ' p t t or
t,1 rent' RENT: re entente change for bigger economical car. other plants. Tel. 83-7219 washer like new. $75.00. Alu Alutric
tric Alutric prant; new refrigerator etc., gain or a eapital loss. My bro- will do for you?
lido Campo Alegre, Via Espaila minum Venetian blinds lamps,
-' -',' '' tentmercial office on ground floor Telephones: 2-4924 ot 3-6376, 2031-B Curundu.
h les the er,
at Gorgeng Beach, 50 miles from ker executed elle order in Janua- It's .ii bit speculative,, butAudg-
across The Panama Hilton tables,' ether articles. Tel. 3-
- '- se, Edificia (brace. corner.Ave. Bat- Panama. Panama City; $3.000.00,- Can be ry. Can I sell it by July and have Mg by the tone -of your eletter
. Tel 3-1409. Ask for Altman. FOR SALE:-Frigidaire all por- 3'2735' s'- inspected every Sunday, ask for a capital gain? ,erotere young enough te eakne the
, :e......e: ki'l000 and Federico Boyd, 82 square
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart- FOR SALE:-Chrysier New York- celain. Separated compartments A I've, rarely seen as much risk.
Al:Years', AI)
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.'e' !;.', ;,e's;wieters, $125.00 Call Passim FOR SALEe-Twe adjoining din- weer, Mr., Alegre, or eall tele- . :i .;-i; I 1,
' 1.,- t1434038. ment living dining room, kit- or convertible 1954 with pewer for fr $60.00 45th. Street
;111 tables, used together Or sep- phones: 2-4924 Or 3-6376 Pan- confusion m a short letter. E. viB-ionretiluednese,
1 i.' 1 chen maid's room, garage, hot
1. ': ''.,, 1FOR RENT:-316.80 square water. Via Argentina "Mamie steering, power brakes, radio,
power windows, whitewalls. FOt 45. Bella Vista. arately, wroght Iron legs. $18.00. ama. . dently you spend no more time Q. I plan to retie. e le le,
, le, FOR SALE:-24'getitgelean'titli investigating the lie it a n i n g of at a,ge 60. For the next five years
Buddings." $7500 Phone further information call Roberto FOR SALE:-Frigidaire, 7 cu. ft. Steel bug IQ
-et uartermaster) --
$15.00. Balboa,2409. .- e terrne you use theneyou 'do the I -careadd :about 2,000 a year to- At
,' ,-; l' -,411,itert suitable for a warehouse
$75.00. Tea Cart metal 510.00. eecurities you buy e-e.
t -, ; e' k bop garage. S Street: bet- 3-4994, Sr. Sastre. Halphen at 2-1834 or 2-3881.
. 1."' ,;' ,W1100 Automobile Road and Fran- Balboa 2-3761, cisme etc --
, 7 miles from Balboa., Allekinds Teis time you'r
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I ee -, e I t Auto FOR RENT:-Cool comfortabiy FOR SAM-1953 2-door Chet:- of citrus coffee lets ef wat
FOR SALE:-Vanous household , er, e4 lortunate, but Blneirthloleohretamfo,liotiseer.
e. gleam treet. c our o FOR SALE:-8' G.E. refrigerator you'deseree a '"Bawling out" anY- National Bis I C P d t 1' 4
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i' -''."' Servicio. 5235. Phone 2-0481 furnished 2 bedroom apartment. rolet 5600.00. excellent condi- goods; table and chairs, writing road throught Cr.' Suitable for
way because you aree.bandliee Creani ,of 'Wheat, Detroit Edison, I
Campo Alegre, near Hotel Hil- tion, papers to prove it. Building
60 cycle $40.00. Apt. 0257-A. desks, work With, 'Singing ma- chickens, no mosquito'. See Mrs.
money without the -slightest idea AT and T G ner I Mot
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. ie e e.., office hours.
,t- k 3 , ton. Hot water. maid's room, m o
7019 Mt. Hope. Tel. 3-2470. Ge b a. Phone 6-351e chine. lamps, etc. 1540 Mango Lillian T ''
aylor. 1848 Central
.) ''''vr:' garage. Phone 3-5024. -,--- -- 'Street, Balboa. 10:00 to 12:00
Avenue, third floor After' t 00 Th l'
of what you are 'doing. Interriational Harvester, Ca k e y, ..
, -5.1x '"''-'
l' g' Ini' WANTED
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FOR RENT: A complete furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, with hot water.
Calle la. Perry Hill Tel 2-2718 FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrelee
Bel-Air, 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder,
. Special Offers, and 3;00 to 6:00. Phone Balboa tele tele,
, tele, 2847.
- 1 , .. le ompson- iber Gliss haP- Sinclaire Cluett Peabody,' Iehave
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, pens to. be a ,well-ratect company substantial gains and suuestiong
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with la good 'balance sheet, dive have beene made thaVI :' take
. e-. -. e standard transmission. $1450. .i,.
--.4:,'';'.. '--" Sgt. Beason, Rodman 3252. , , dent eend earnings record. So profits arid' re-invest. '1
and after 5 pm call 3-2694. FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus. Persona s
, .1,
what's -the 'rush' ,to sell it? Incl. A.' It seems to' me that With a e e
' '-'''''''... WANTED:-Donations for I. W. t
FOR SALE:-1957 Dodge, Cue- WANTED:-Secretary 'with eood Furniture in excellent condi- dentally, yotienoieehave' a profit portfolio like that you needn't lie-
'.; - -' C. Thrift Shop. Call 2-3465. FOR RENT:-Furnished apart- s OW your purchaee.;-.,e- ten to anyone-myself included.
- tom Royal Lancer, 2 door, hard- knowledge ef English. State lion. Phone 3-3916, Sra. M. A-
ment, exclusive Army personnel e4
';' .':,'. eet WANTED: Unfurnished Chalet top, 28,000 miles, 1 owner, ra- salary. References, foto. Mail Box rosemena. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 2. You have' a capital gain or I think it would be ricliculotie
dwelling, convenient location,
I ..,...-e't-'e'-'-el in nice residential area. 2 or 3 dio Hi-Fi. speakers, heater, pad- 3135, Panama. DRAWER "A" DIABLO loss the minute after you buy a to take profits on these issues.
modern building. Automobile
rill-':': ''t,.....,, gedroom with fenced yard 'Will ded dash, torque flits transmis- BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z. stock. If you meen a long term What for? Woeld you sell Detroit e'
Row No. 36. FOR SALE: Servo! 9 cu. ft. Re Re'
' Re' ''' "''''' ound $130.00 Phone 'ion, white sidewalls, $2,000 WANTED:-Young woman with PHONE BALBOA 3709 capital -gain or less, You do have Edison and then re-invest in an an,..,
,.., an,.., akay ar frigerator .excellent condition to- wait six months. other fine utility? Sell Borden
,, eee ,3.-7821. FOR RENT: Two bedroom cash, blue book value. Phone knowledge of beauty matters, to
House 0275-C Gamboa. C.Z.
!e. ; .itC'' apartment with living-dining Navy 3394.. take extensive course in the line. 3. If you have a profit you and buy another food stock?
REVOLT ON FILM
- job pays good salary with travel don't want -to sell it as soon as That would make as mush senee
e room, !arse porch, large kitchen,
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac so- posibilities. Write with photo en- FOR SALE; Black Cocker Spaniel possible but wait at least six as switching back and forth he heie'L
ie'L heie'L 'eel maids room and garage. Also LONDON (UPI) Radio Peip- months so that your tax rate tween two elevators while trying
Houses furnished or unfurnished ono dan, new tailaaipe Excellent tires closed, and giving important 1 Pedigree Puppy, 2Y2 months old.
and engine, good economical details to apartado 1194. Phone Curundu 2198. ing said yesterday that movies wili. bes, hilt your regular brack- to get to the top lector. s,
t -,0- bedroom apartment with hot
e ee, transportation, $350, best offer. taken by the Chinese Communists et and never more than 25 per Hold what you have and conti contiwater,
water, contiwater, El Cangreio. Call 3-7453.
, ifi' ;:',, ,,, 84-8159 see at 916-C Rous- of the suppression of the Tibetan cent. nue using the genie judgment ''' 4
T. FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters: --
FOR RENT:-A large, comfort- affair '4'4. revolt were drawing packed
' in addition more securities an an.e
.e an.e 44' three bedrooms, fully furnished;
able apartment. It has one bed- .. e houses in Peiping. The broadcast 4. If yoifre going to take a nually. I am sending along, a list I
..e e throughout lune, July, August. FOR SALE:-1958 White Im- '1413- HAVPA'N1NGS ' ',1
room, closet, living room. din- ,'J , said more -than 220,000 persons loss, it tnight as well be as soon of good quality companied al al.'
.' al.' .-- Balboa 3079. pale convertible Chevrolet Load- ,,,e s',,--led,e. k ; had seen the pictures.
-- ning room, porch, and kitchen. as posale, so as to get the full though you don't really need it.
ed reasonable, leaving June 1, -0.,,,,, ereee . e I, el) i
e FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters. Ail furnished. Will rent only to
tall Cristobal 3-3207. '--','''' AnOUND TOWN r
4, June 1 to Sept. 1. Lakeview Cot- a serious and responsible person.
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lege in Gatun, maid included. La Cresta, Avenida Jose Gabriel FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac se- BY Tom . I
. 'Phone- 5-188. Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan- den, hvo door, good condition. .....-... 0 .......,..
e. oa ama 3-1043 and 2-1045. Tel. 3-6543. Powerful, Exciting Drama Superbly Acted!
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...: rs,',.strOOR RENT:---;-Completely fur- The big Cepal pow-wow izi Pa- given by a picture we saw last
ee ''900teeelsished 2 bedroom house for six FOR RENT:-Two ?COM soarf- FOR SALE:-1959 Fiat in good this week, continues to keep our week, in which scores of mem-
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'; '''eetr'' oohs starting May 25, nice ments, $25.00 and $2600. 1 1 th condition. Reasonable. Ft. Gulick
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nret.aseighborhood, 95th street o. a ree 15.00. 08354. tiny country in the headlines. berg of this group pledged the 4 LoNELy HEARTs9 9
Ito --43. $185.00, Tel. 3-4994. el- House 3135 16th street, Rio A- From the invasion to an econo- support and condemmed the at at'
' at' e '4 fie hours hair.. Enquire house 112 Via Be- FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet mie conference is indeed sonie- tempted attack on the fatherland
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i 4. ee' -----------e-- lisario Porras. Tel. 3-2474. I m p a I a, powerglide, power thing. during a visit to President de la e , .
e-' ee. Even the world't biggest peace- Guardia at the Presidencia.
' (e ewe' '7 e brakes, power steering, wonder- Opens Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA ,-, 1
i 4----e ,,-. FOR RENT:-Furnished apart- bar radio, rear speaker, white maker, Dag Hammerskjold. came ..----
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mom, suitable for two couples. 52350.00. Call Ft Kobbe 5171.
580.00. Apply lanitor, No.. T1-
S.''''eNelee e .' e 132 Fourth of July Avenue or
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, ,t'" hone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
i tt, 't 11 FOR SALE:-Sunbeam Alpine,
spar cart in fine condition. For into for a brief period.
------ Headed for New York is Mrs.
Ida Griffiths Notis, who is expect-
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1, et ':,e ''i''''''.-4sere'e.'.4ee,' FOR RENT: Beautiful! fur-: 9 d 5 d t 5 US' Negro in Businessee chided as and his
' eeeereee "e'er', eee ,., an p.m. an a ter p.m. . beautiful spouse who
, e e eeeeee !leo,. &shed 3 bedroom apartment 3-3069. e me
the U.S gov rn nt for "foster- combined efforts to do g
it a ain. '4,16 '-. ,II,C0 -'1:.,.,'''
,.. ,o '' , Madurito Building, Cangrelo.
.7111tttie; ''. ing Or contributing" to the ill will Twins were born to missus at the
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. '' '-' ,,,v,' ,. "." .t.sr suit of the treatment given here A girl and a boy at that. They
t eeeeee' '''i-),e P.m- SERVICES by Uncle Sam. are all doing nicely 'we have eee
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, --i-e room movement, vent near to TELEVISION SERVICE mend for Club Altamira's due-
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eeeeit- Paitilla colleges. Information ..ei e NeeeNN.
,, TV. Radios. Hi-Fl Transitors piano recital set for the Con- Maurce Blue of the suburbs
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''''''' '. 29the Street No. 118 Paitilla. fele e e 'it, ..
. e 4, t .. eeeee specialist. We service all makes teal Theater and to which Pres- e
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, and models. We deal pretend to Wont De la Guardia, members last Monday, when a goodly .e., s i .-y,-.,,, s Ifew, 4'0 1
If ''!;:',,'ii' s guarantee our work. We oust- ef his cabinet and the diploma- number of rriends of the popular
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I ante' it. tic corps have been invited. Maurice dropped
in to wish ma- ,,,
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli From all indications this Is ny happy returns of the day. .e.eeeer,' e -ere,. ee i
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Ave, 18-20. Tel 2-1905. really going to be something to .-, :.;- ., t',.
t'' 2'. sAtstAtst, - -''-, ., ",-s ", -.-------- talk about. The ages of the per- Charles Armstrong of the capi- '' ee ee
, sree, kie e- --; er ,, e FOR SALE: Landing barge
1 Having trouble with your TV, formers run 6, 8, and 11. solid old in for
tal w,as riven a g P
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his 40 years of service with the ee. e ... e ,..,. eee e ..? . ,. ., .,.
' s ,'' eeere. ele:.'eeee, .. eee.,- el motors 225 HP hull and motors VISION Customer's satisfaction
As usual those who are wont tee. government in the Canal envie, ,e. .ele ileeeree eeev,,,?eeeeeete eee, .e :- 'eee e'ee.e.eee;
! ;., eeeteere 'eeleS,. :e..,, e, ..,- e, -.- in perfect condition. Apply t )
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast to cast aspersions at the so-call- Zone. .... ,'''''e 7.,' -,':,e-eee.,tee ,' e, ; 'e' ., 4f.' '. '''e
' e 1 ',0'-',e44:-'''.: ee ,' ...'Ll 1 Blok Agencies. Telephone Pan- Home Service. Phone 3-7607 ed "Criollo" group, have been He and three other co-workero te e,- el ''o ', e. eee -,e.e., e e se ,.
- sseeeeeeseete eee .e eleeeeee ana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal- Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 41
,,.1, , ,wwWWw,tc,i,VietiewiyeriKpftireaM,.7 i'l, boo 3719. fanning the bonfire with the were interviewed on TV for the ,. e I lit-, ' 15',,e, r,,,,A ';,:, ,',,: .t L,4,-, ,, ...
'$, :,. ,-'..!:'ir43;. charge that when the gevernment "big event." e e.' ; , ', e -'14 .4e, eeeeee .', e ', ,,,,,,,, tie e .,:t: ". .. k,e
.'' ; 11 s '' '''.:':41:: FOR SALE:-15 foot fiber glass was hard pressed a couple of
,,, weeks ago hecause of the "inva- Grin and bear it: Requesting a ,,,,,,, --,, eke -e., e ,..: ,,..... ,- ,.,, eee- ,,, ee -...
boat, 47 he). mark 58 AE motor. Ammo s
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I : POWER PACK No larger eeele e e - se e el, ; e -- I toot - t
Champion trailer, all accessories, sion," members of this group police record sometime ago, a '',e -;.'., Or her, ee .'. e leee: eeere,tee's,..,....,..,...,e,.eeeee ,., .., eeee!e eeee,,,, ----
e ',than a grapefrilit, this is Snap
-, 51400.00. Tel. 83-3244. did not rally to the cause. nice looking dame was asked e-;. eee. eieee ". es-- e4 eeee-- -.. ,,e" 0.. A. e 7. '',-,- ..,-
' '1' II, an atomic-powered gener generi
i generi t i LE:-A.K. re i re
FOR SA C g ate d This would seem to be some- what she intented to use the rec. eel?' lee
atm It converts the heat of FOR SALE:-Sixteon foot out- w a ou o me, s c o y or or. i el,' 4"- .:.Z, e i:..'e It e, eoieeeee;eeseM..e l'ee44: 0
h t t f 1. in e ni a to- d f Wthout even batting an .; -ea- 'New ,,,. - - -
!i.' 'Allem activity directly into elec elect
t elect ,e, i
e e ? tricity. On display at the 1959
Nuclear Congress and Atom
Falk in Cleveland, Ohio, the
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sis.te ,t ,,,1314 inch diameter generator board runabout with thirty horse horsepower
power horsepower Johnson engine and f ac actory
tory actory trailer. All in good shape.
$65000 complete. House 8545
Margarita phone 3-2349. Boston Terrier puppies to approv approved
ed approved homes. Call Navy 3165 for
appointment.
. tal of e,812 persons volunteered eyelash, she promptly replied. e
for service, something difinitely "Oh, to play on my new ay-fl." .- -- e ewe r, ', -.e.
must be wrong because with the : lee ,, '.. ,,,, eeeeee... .,e,:e see seeYll'
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, number of friends of the popular Thought for Today: W h e r e ,tefetle,it'apuiee,ee,eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeereeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,,e,,,,me,,,,,,eemee,,,,,,,eeeoeeeeoe,eeise;soteee.ileteeilt,
I ought to be much more than that. there is no vision the people per- ,.
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.. pov4rs -i,tdio broadcasts over I Rooms 1 The lie to this insidiousness is ish.
It's time for some straight talk. ...capturing the flesh, fever, and very heart 1 si 04'
.. the-special station call letters
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e 1-). weNPC. It's time people who turn their backs on of the novel.
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e I FOR RENT FOR RENT:-Clean furnished 48 Canal Zone Soldiers Will Go "touchy" topics looked them equare in the And he has peopled "LONELY HEARTS"
face. with a east second to none.. MONTGOMERY
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.. t A e' ', g I room. Cooking facilities. Bachelor It's time these people stopped screaming CLIFT as Adam-who was not the first man
',111:-Illip Your Piles' d or childless couple, 43rd Street
lin. to 2200 Sq. Ft. of mo ern
office space on second floor No. 13. "Shocking" when a rare, mature motion pic- to break a, commandment.. ROBERT
ture collies along and shows life as it real- RYAN as the cynical Shrike... MYRNA LOY il
P
'' !''',1..4,. D2n't Rutter flom painful, itrhing of new "ELGA" Building To Varied Stateside Service Schools ly... is... frank... honest and real..
as his wife, who bit off a piece of life she i:-
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.. ;,; 1 t T 111(.4 anothet hour without trying e
"Arlie nrivate parking area SELASSIE TO MOSCOW couldn't swalloW.$.. DOLORES -HART (en el
' '- e id 11 li lion Choleroid srit,.-
si, hinace con app ca
Such a motion picture is "LONELY exciting new talent) as Jasty-the quietly
'1't 1,11. startk .6'0)1118 Pile miseries 2 Yra:is;
1 in rear Janitor and night --- o ..---- HEARTS" released thru United Artists. For excitini girl... and MAUREEN STAPLETON
, es pain and Itching. 2. Helps shrink watchman services Air L ON D 0 N (UPI) Emperor
' .:: FA" 11 tissues 1 Drips nature Haile Selassie of Ethiopia w i I 1 The Adjutant Generates Office, and Kenneth C Garner and Pfc. twenty-one years Nathael West's great A- as the wife who was unfaitful to the end. e 4,
,.,. k., sore, awn en b d itiR,, pile Conditioning optional Via
, le bpni irritated tnem ranes an .. pay an official visit to the Soviet Headquarters USARCARIB, re- Jimmy L. Phipps have been as. merican novel has stood as a challe .
nge so Here, for all to see, is a motion picture
; ," :- es Non ouP'ness. Ask your Druggist for spana on
E 46th block
, eree' Ghinecold today. ELGA, S.A." Union next month, the Soviet ceived word this week aPProving signed to the Engineer school, overwhelming that only a producer of high g
hoilin with passion-pure and impure eel
i el'e news ag Y
enc Tass announced. attendance at Army se r v i ce Fort Belvoir, Va. courage would dare to tackle it. seething with desire-wholesome and other-
. e i ',, schools for 48 enlisted men of this Sp5 Tilmon E. Ward and Sgt. One man stepped forward... His name wise.. trembling with the tenderness of the
. t e command This represents the Robert C. Link will go to the 'A- DORE SCHARY. lonely, tbe love-lorn... and the love-worn.
, Ls largest oingle selection of person- viation School, Fort Rucker, Ala. With taste, daring and complete fidelity, Here le a film that shows how deep the
I et, es .. nel to attend schools from this Sgt. meivin F. Neel( Jr to the he has succeeded in splashing West's acid screen can reach... and how tall it tan
e' eeto
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The following have been select selected:
ed: selected: Pfc. Williams C. Daniels, tel teltypewriter
typewriter teltypewriter repair school Fort Granite City Engineer Dp 0 t, story of adult and adultery across the screen stand.
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. Advertise in this section Ads only cost $6.85 per col. inch White, Signai School, Fort Gor- Presidio of Monterey, Calif. ,
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, e ,,, don, Ga Sets. Julius R. Bow. Pvt. Harold Klullis to the Signal
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740 man, Burt E. McDonald, Gene School, Fort Gordon, Ga. Pfc. en
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W. Fowler, Orrin G. McKinney
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a on, Ind. and Sgt. Ma- -- se., le '
'I I' LIFE INSURANCE dolph A Yates and Carl. A. Rog Rogere
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Firlatlet. Your New or Insurance Company Sp5 Joel E. Blanks and M-Sgt.
MILITARY PERSONNEL Clarence W.. Langdore Air De- K IN
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to,' -,, t, tor rates and information Fort Bliss, Tex. 51N FISH 0 BOAT
Used Car For similar basic low NSL1 tense School,
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Sgt Joseph W. LupyakArtillerY
e ,t,' i,, Monday Bull Friday rates charged by, the govern-
0i,' et 9 9:00 a m. to 12:00 GOVERNMENT ment during W. lie II. Missile School, Fort Sill. Okla. TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)-Chl f f:,
itt '. ,, t i 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 Sgts. Homer L. Romine, James nese Communists shore guns fired
.1i,, 4 EMPLOYES FINANCE Co. Phone anytime Panama
Saturday; 9;00 a.m. to 12:00
1 Al tiii 4-0130 Ja'ckson Jr., Charles J. Gillespie, 500 shells before sinking a fish-
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Phone 3-49R4 3-4985 DESIGN COMPLIETED Eugene S, Haight, Ted L. Hill Nationalist Defense Ministry re- 1
end Ricerd E. Sanborn, Sp5 Ru RuMOSCOW
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Eases pain and Itching. 2. Helps shrink
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LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panima 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
9:00 cm. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00

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HOG-YCN
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Listen To AGENCY DEHLINUER DESIGN COMPLITED Eugene S, Haight, Ted L. Hill nalt10111111ML vriense ministry re- v i
and Ricnrd E. Sanborn, Sp5 Ru- ported yesterday. ATLANTIC PORTS AND U.S. 'PACIFIC PORTS TO
,
The OAS No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4954 3-4955 MOSCOW (UPI) SOViet Irk dy V. Reichhelt and Gene D. The Ministry said only one of
nicians havecompleted the de- mullins. Sp4 Calton D. York, the five crewmen aboard the boat THE REPUBLIC OF PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE.
, All Tvpes or Auto Inaurance sign 'for the first oection of .the chitties IC. Burden, Albert A. was rescued by Nationalist ships,
-ego na erica n Aswan High Dein to be built on Jackson Thomas E. Prince, Al- PASSENGER' SERVICE TO NEW YORK AND WEST
the Nile by the 'United Arab Re- fredo L. inovijas and Joe J. Mur- COAST SOUTH AMERICA'PORTS. 1
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PC public with Soviet technical and ray have been assigned to the COP KED-PACED
finlinCial aid, it vish announced Transportation School, Fort Eus EusY
Y EusY Os aRi cP0 Im) 6 T ho le 1:0bIluedo: r ,
12:30 p.m. -.el 0 c'onstruction, told a Stip4g VJear.ry E. Kaufman have been af)iterEWh'e PANAMA AGENCIESi 'LJU
t Et 0 1 NA CIE eS,. pyewsteerrda.y.n.d
Ignati Novitovt,, Iiiinister of Sp5 Henry L. Hildreth ano man was ready to eat his words
Avenue. Buildine rime National
HOG-YCN City Rank et New 'York (branch) news' tonferenee that "no capi assigned to the Quartermaster get back." to a man standing
CRISTOBAL 2131 2135 PANAMA 3-0784 3-7999
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Beside Bella Vista Thorne and Branch at BOMB Super Market ERPRAII COLON OFFICE: 15tb and Amidst Guerrero nt. 14231..s TAIL

IIApartments
FOR RENT:Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "H1SPERIA" Building,
G-1 Street, El Cangreio, with
hot water connections, laundry
conveniences. garage, etc. for in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Apt.
Hot water instalation, witb heat heater.
er. heater. large porch, maid's room,
Elevator service. Two bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms perfect condition. Edi Edificio
ficio Edificio Campo Alegre, Via Espaila
across The Panama Hilton
Tel 3-1409. Ask for Altman.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment living dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's room, garage, hot
weer. Via Argentina "Marula
Buildings." S75.00 Phone
3-4994, Sr. Sastre.
FOR RENT:Cool comfortably
furrished 2 bedroom apartment.
Campo Alegre, near Hotel Hil Hilfilm
film Hilfilm Hot water. maid's room,
gArAge. Phone 3-5024.
I
FOR RENT: A complete furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, with hot water.
Calle la. Perry Hill. Tel 2-2718
and after t5 p.m call 3-2694.
FOR RENT:Furnisbed 111)10-
ment, exclusive Army personnel
dwellinc convenient location,
modern building. Automobile
Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with living-dining
room, large porch, large kitchen,
maids room and garage. Also
furnished or unfurnished one
bedroom apartment with hot
water, Ei Cangreio. Call 3-7453.
I
FOR RENT:--A large, comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room. din dinning
ning dinning room, porch, and kitchen.
Aii furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La Cresta, Avenida Jose Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT:Two room aPart aPartments,
ments, aPartments, 525.00 and $26.00. lith
street, Rio Abele. Rooms 515.00.
House 3135 16th street, Rio A Abaio.
baio. Abaio. Enquire house 112 Via Be Belisario
lisario Belisario Perm. Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65.00. Furnished mom.
ment, suitable for two couples,
$80.00. Apply lanitor, No. T1-
132 Fourth of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT; -- Beautiful! fur fur&shed
&shed fur&shed 3 bedroom apartment
Madurito Building, Cangreio.
Mee 15th to September 15th.
Tel. 3-1892, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00
Pm
FOR, RENTIw4mall two bed bedroom
room bedroom moartment, tem near to
Peitilia collets. Information
iSti4 Street No. SS. Paitilla.
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 Panana
ana Panana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE:-15 foot fiber glass
boat, 47 h.p. mark 58 AE motor.
Champion trailer, all accessories,
$1400.00. Tel. 83-3244.
FOR SALE:Sixteen foot out outboard
board outboard runabout with thirty horse horsepower
power horsepower Johnson engine and fac factory
tory factory trailer. All in good shape.
$65000 complete. House 8545
Margarita phone 3-2349.
FOR RENT
Un to 2200 Sq. Ft. of modern
office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espaila on 46th block
ELGA, S.A."
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FOR SALE:---1956 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, 6 cyl. standard shift
wgood tires. Call Gatun 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-B, Sibert St. Gatun
S1100.00,
FOR SALE:--1958 Chevrolet.
two door, radio, whits side walls,
duty paid, 5,000 miles, cell 3-
'7435.
FOR SALE:-1929, Model A
Ford Coupe, $150.00 or ex exchange
change exchange for bigger economical car.
Telephones: 2-4924 ot 3-6176,
Panama.
FOR SALE:--Chrysler New York Yorker
er Yorker convertible 1954 with goilwer
steering, power brakes, radio,
power windows, whitewalls. FOr
further information call Roberto
Halphen at 2-1834 or 2-3881.
FOR SALE:-1953 2-door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet $600.00. excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, papers to prove it. Building
7019 Mt. Hope. Tel. 3-2470.
FOR SALE. 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder,
standard transmission. $1450.
Sgt. Beason, Rodman 3252.
FOR SALE:-1957 Dodge, Cus Custom
tom Custom Royal Lancer, 2 door hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, 28,000 miles, 1 owner, ra radio,
dio, radio, Hi-Fi. speakers, heater, pad padded
ded padded dash, torque flits transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, white sidewalls, $2.000
cash, blue book value. Phone
Navy 3394.
FOR SALE:--1950 Cadillac se sedan,
dan, sedan, new taiipaipe Excellent tires
and engine, good economical
transportation, $350, best offer.
84-8159 see at 9)6-C Rous Rousseau
seau Rousseau FOR SALE:--1958 White Im Impala
pala Impala convertible Chevrolet Load Loaded
ed Loaded reasonable, leaving June 11,
tall Cristobal 3-3207.
FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac se sedan,
dan, sedan, hvo door, good condition.
Tel. 3-6543.
FOR SALE:-1959 Fiat in good
condition. Reasonable. Ft. Gulick
08354.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Impal a, powerglide, power
brakes, power steering, wonder wonderbar
bar wonderbar radio, rear speaker, white
sidewalls, heater. 17,500 miles.
$2350 00. Call Ft. Kobbe 5171.
FOR SALE:--Sunbeam Alpine,
spar cart in fine condition. For
information tall 3-1141 between
9 and 5 p.m. and. after 5 P,m3-3069.
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TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. Hi-FI Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. WO USU.
ante' it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave 18-20 Tel 2-1905.
Haying 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.
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FOR SALE:A.K.C. registered
Boston Terrier puppies to approv approved
ed approved homes. Call Navy 3165 for
appointment.
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FOR RENT:Clean furnished
room. Cooking facilities. Bachelor
or childless couple, 43rd Street
No 13.
SELASSIE TO MOSCOW
LONDON (UPI) Emperor
Haile Selassie of Ethiopia will
pay an official visit to the Soviet
Union next month, the Soviet
news agency Tass announced.
$0.85 per
- 0740
col. inch
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W6 W. II.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0130
DESIGN COMPL1ETED
MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet INN
Inicians havecompleted the de design
sign design 'for the first section of the
AgsVall High DaM to be built on
the Nile by the 'United Arab Re.
public with Soviet technical and
financial aid, it,wsh announced
yesterday.
Ignati NOVitOte, AlliniSier of
00Wer and construction, fold a
news conference that "no capi
talist country wee prepared to
help the Arab people unselfishly
in the COnsfruction of Um dam;
only the Soviet Union."'
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FOR SALE:---Child's crib with
mattress, ntatching dresser. Built BuiltRite
Rite BuiltRite carriage, excellent coodi coodi,tion.
,tion. coodi,tion. 1-3886.
Fog SALE:--15 Venetian blinds.
Mahogany dining table with 6
chairs. Mahogany wall shelf.
Generator 60 cycle. 110 volts.
17.4 AMPS. House 1576-A, Ga Ga..
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Fog SALE:-15 Venetian blinds.
Mahogany dining table with 6
chairs. Mahogany wall shelf.
Generator 60 gycle. 110 volts.
17.4 AMPS. House 1576-A. Ga Gavilan
vilan Gavilan Road.
FOR SALE :--Rose bushes anti
other plants. Tel. S3-7219
2031-B Curundu.
FOR SALE:Frigidairo ail poi,.
Separated compartments
for fr $60.00 45th. Street
45. Bella Vista.
FOR SALE:--Frigidairo, 7 cu. ft.
$75.00. Tea Cart meal $10.00.
Balboa 2-3761, comb sec
FOR SALE:-8' G.E. refrigerator
60 cycle, $40.00. Apt. 0257-A.
Gamboa. Phone 6-351,
ISpecial Offers
WANTED:Secretary with good
knowledge of English. State
salary. References, foto. Mail Box
31 3 5, Panama.
WANTED:---Young woman with
knowledge of boauty mattOrs te
take axtensive course in the line.
job pays good salary with travel
posibilities. Write with photo en enclosed,
closed, enclosed, and giving important
details to apartado 94.

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The big Cepa' pow-wow in Pa Pathis
this Pathis weck, continues to keep our
tiny country in the headlines.
From the invasion to an econo economic
mic economic conference is indeed some something.
thing. something. Even the world's biggest peace peacemaker,
maker, peacemaker, Dag Hammerskjold. came
into for a brief period.
While in New York Panama's
United Nations Delegate George
W. Westerman, in the opening
address of the Exposition of the
U.S; Negro in Business, ,- chided
the U.S government for "foster "fostering
ing "fostering Or contributing" to the ill will
that exists in Panama, as a re result
sult result of the treatment given here
by Uncle Sam.
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Tickets this week woro hi de demand
mand demand for Club Altamira's duo duopiano
piano duopiano mita' sot for Om Cen Central
tral Central Theator and to which Pres Presidont
idont Presidont De la Guardia, numbers
of his cabinot and this diploma.
tic corps hay boon Invitod.
From a'll Indications this Is
fully going to bo somthing to
talk about. The agog of the pir pirformers
formers pirformers run 6, 8, and 11.
.....
As usual those who are wont
to cast aspersions at the so-called
"Criollo" group, have been
fanning the bonfire with the
charge that when the government
was hard pressed a couple of
weeks ago Lvecause of the "inva "invasion,"
sion," "invasion," members of this group
did not rally to the cause.
This would seem to be some somewhat
what somewhat out of line, since only a to total
tal total of S,1312 persons volunteered
for service, something difinitely
must be wrong because with the
number of friends of the popular
ought to be much more than that.
The lie to this Insidiousness is

48 Canal Zone Soldiers Will Go
To Varied Stateside Service Schools

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The Adjutant General,'s Office,
Headquarters USARCARIB, re received
ceived received word this week approving
attendance at Army se r v i ce
schools for 48 enlisted men of this
command This represents the
largest oingle selection of person personnel
nel personnel to attend schools from this
command.
The following have been select selected:
ed: selected: Pfc. Williams C. Daniels, lel leltypewriter
typewriter leltypewriter repair school Fort
Gordon, Ga.; Sp5 Marvin W.
White, Signal School, Fort Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Ga Sgts. Julius R. Bow Bowman,
man, Bowman, Burt E. McDonald, Gene
W. Fowler, Orrin G. McKinney
and Ray C. Wilfong; Pfcs Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph A Yates and Carl. A. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers M-Sgt. Reinaldo C. Barbosa
and Sp4 Walter B. Mosley, Sig Signal
nal Signal School, Fort Monmouth N.J.
Sp5 Joel E. Blanks and M-Sgt.
Clarence W. Langdorf. Air De Detense
tense Detense School, Fort Bliss, Tex.
Sgt. Joseph W. LupyakArtillerY
Missile School, Fort Sill. Okla.
Sgts. Homer L. Romine. James
Jackson Jr., Charles Gillespie,
Albert Johnson, Leonardo Figueroa-Sierra,
Claude M. Beggett,
Eugene S, Haight, Ted L. Hill
and Ricnrd E. Sanborn, Sp5 Ru Rudy
dy Rudy V. Reichhell and Gene D.
Mullins Sp4 Calton D. York,
Charles E. Burden, Albeit A.
Jackson Thomas E. Prince, Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo L. inovijas and Joe J. Mur Murray
ray Murray have been assigned to the
Transportation School, Fort Eus Eustis.
tis. Eustis. Va.
Sp5 Henry L. Hildreth ano
Sp4 Jerrv E. Kaufman have been
assigned to the Quartermaster
School, Fort Lee. Va.
sgt. Aurelio Vega Cruz. 85
Percy Custer and Ronald D.
Al 'emelt,' Sp4 Fred l;. Laltimore
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FOR SALLHi-I console tyPa.
Also two canary calms with
stands. Call Balboa 2194.
FOR SALE;Mahogany living
room suk, couch, two chairs in innorspring
norspring innorspring cushions. Excellent
condition. 2471-Arl Coco li Navy
3165.
FOR ALE:----9 piece dining room
set S150.00. Automatic dish
washer like new. $75.00. Alu Aluminum
minum Aluminum Venetian blinds lamps,
tables, ether articles. Tel. 3-
3-2735.
FOR SAL.E--Two adjoining din dining
ing dining tables, used together Or sop soparatoly,
aratoly, soparatoly, wroght iron kgs. $18.00.
Steel buffet, (Quartermaster)
$15.00. Balboa 2409.
FOR SALE:Various household
goods: tabli and chairs, writing
desks, 'work With, sowing ma..
chine, lamps, etc. 1540 Mango
Street, Balboa. 10:00 to 12:00
and 3;00 to 6:00. Phone Balboa
2847.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Furnkure in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-391d, Sra. M. A Aresemens.
resemens. Aresemens. FOR SALE: Serve! cu. ft. Re Refrigerator
frigerator Refrigerator excellent condition
House 025-C Gamboa. C.Z.
FOR SALE; Black Cocker Spaniel
Pedigre. PupPY, 2Y2 months old.
Phone Curundu 2198.
given by a picture we saw last
week, in which scores of mem members
bers members of this group pledged the
support and condemmed the at attempted
tempted attempted attack on the fatherland
during a visit to President de la
Guardia at the Presidencia.
dte
Headed for New York is Mrs.
Ida Griffiths Notis, who is expect expected
ed expected to vlmoose this Sunday, from
the Tocumen airport.
Congrataations to the "Voice"
as and his beautiful spouse who
combined efforts to do it again.
Twins were born to missus at the
San Fernando Clinic last Sunday
A girl and a boy at that. They
are all doing nicely 'we have
been told, by daddy Dave Con Constable.
stable. Constable. "big event."
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Grin and boar it: Requesting a
police record sometime ago, a
nice looking da me was asked
what she intented to use the rec record
ord record for. Without even batting an
eyelash, she promptly replied.
"Oh, to play on my new ay-fi."
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Thought for Today: W her e
there is no vision the people per perish.
ish. perish. 1
and Kenneth C. Garner and Pfe.
Jimmy L. Phipps have been as assigned
signed assigned to the Engineer School,
Fort Belvoir, Va.
Sp5 Tilmon E. Ward and Sgt.
Robert C. Link will go to the A Aviation
viation Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Ala.
Sgt. Melvin F. Puceic Jr., to the
Granite City Engineer Dp 0 t.
Granite City, Sp4 Paul M.
Myszak to the Aberdeen Proving
Ground Md Sgt. Joseph A. Don Donahue
ahue Donahue to the Language School,
Presidio of Monterey, Calif.
Pvt. Harold Klu His to the Signal
School, Fort Gordon, Ga. Pfc.
Donald L. Graham to the 'Adju 'Adjutant
tant 'Adjutant General School, Fort Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Harrison, Ind. and Sgt. Ma Marion
rion Marion H. Northington to the Fi Finance
nance Finance School. Fort Benlamin Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Ind.
SINK FISHING BOAT
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPIIChl
nese Communists shore guns fired
500 shells before sinking a fish fishing
ing fishing boat trying to escape to Nationallst-held
Quemoy Island, the
Nationalist Defense Ministry re reported
ported reported yeste rd a y.
The Ministry said only one of
the five crewmen aboard the boat
was rescued by Nationalist ships.
COP RED-FACED
NEW 'YORK (UPDTha pollee.
man was ready to eat his words
after he said, "Come on bud,
get back." to a man standing
near President Eisenhower at
the World Trade Fair -Thursday.
The mast was Mayer Robert F.
Wegnet,
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Pago-tioseo11:30
a.m.-Mon, to Fri:. 11, amt.
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Sat., 2 pm. Sat. lot Sun.
Office' open 2:2 week-days.
Esta4
FOR SALLLate 500 and 1.000
meters. in the Nuevo fligifidrome
Urbantsatioo across the Ramon
Racetrack. A.11 lots with street
fronts. sewage', water main and
electricity. Ca 0 W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALLComfortable coun country
try country home completely furnished;
47351sq. meters of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. elec electric
tric electric prant; new refrigerator etc.,
at Gorgon. Beach, SO miles from
Panama City; 33,000.00, Can be
inspected every Sunday, ask for
owner, Air.. Alegre, or call tele teleplUmes:
plUmes: teleplUmes: 2-4924 or 3-6376 Pan
FOR SALE:-24 acretcleanItlis
7 miles from Balboa. All...kinds
of citnas, coffee, lots of water,
road throught C.Z. Suitable for
chickens, no mosquito'. See Mrs.
Lillian Taylor. 18411 ,Central
Avenue, third floor. After COO
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Person'als
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
REVOLT ON FILM
LONDON (UPI) Radio Peip Peiping
ing Peiping said yesterday that movies
taken by the Chinese Communists
of the suppression of the Tibetan
revolt were drawing packeci
houses in Peiping. The broadcast
said more than 320,000 persons
had seen the pictures.

Powerful, Exditing Drama Superbly Acted!

"LONELY HEARTS"

Opens Wednesday at the BELLA
,

It's time foe some straight talk.
Ws time people who turn their backs on
"touchy" topics looked them square in the
face.
It's time these people stopped screaming
"Shocking" when a rare, mature motion pic picture
ture picture comes along and shows life as it real really...
ly... really... is... frank... honest and real..
Such a motion picture is "LONELY
HEARTS" released thru United Artists. For
twenty-one years Nathael West's great A American
merican American novel has stood as a challenge so
overwhelming that only a producer of high
courage would dare to tackle it.
One man stepped forward... His name
DORE SCHARY.
With taste, daring and complete fidelity,
he has succeeded in splashing West's acid
story of adult and adultery across the screen

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'Q. bobght some Thompson
Fiber Glass without investigation,
simply because it,' was recom recommended..1
mended..1 recommended..1 Want -to sell this stock
just as soon as I have a capital
gain or a tapital loss. My bro broker
ker broker executed the ortkr in Janua January.
ry. January. Can I sell it by July and have
a capital gain?
A. I've' rarely seen,, as much
confusion in a short letter. Evi Evidently
dently Evidently you spend no more time
investigating the in 4aning of
terrns you use thad.you 'do the
securities you buy
T,his time you're fortunate, but
you4deserve a '"Bawling out" any anyway
way anyway because you 'are., handligg
money' without the slightest idea
of what you arb doing.
I Thompson 'Fiber ss hart--
pens to be a well-rated company
with la good 'balance sheet, divi divident
dent divident and earnings record. So
what's the 'rush to sell it? Inci Incidentally,
dentally, Incidentally, you-noW,have a profit
on, your purchase.;-:'F
2. You have a capital gain or
loss the minute after you buy a
stock. If you mean a long term
capital gain or loss, you do have
toe wait six months.
3. If you have a profit you
don't want to sell it as soon as
possible but wait at least six
months so that your tax rate
wit be half your regular brack bracket
et bracket and never more than 25 per
cent.

4. It yoiere going to take a
loss, it might as well be as soon
as posale, so as to get the full

...capturing the flesh, fever, and very heart
of the novel.
And he has peopled "LONELY HEARTS"
with a cast second to none. MONTGOMERY
Cliff as Adamwho was not the first man
to break a commandment... ROBERT
RYAN as the cynical Shrike... MYRNA LOY
as his wife, who bit off a piece of life she
couldn't swalloW.,. DOLORES -HART (an
exciting new talent) as Justythe quietly
excitini girl... and MAUREEN STAPLETON
as the wife who was unfaitful to the end.
Here, for all to see, is a motion picture
boiling with passion-pure and impure
seething with desire-wholesome and other otherwise...
wise... otherwise... trembling with the tenderness of the
lonely, tbe love-lorn... and the love-worn.
Here is a film that shows how detp the
screen can reach... and how tall it tan
stand.

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deduction under ony circumstane circumstanees.
es. circumstanees. 4
Now that we've, gone theough 1
all this,' why don't you just hold
on to this stock and see what it
will do for you?
It's a bit speculative, but.jucig but.juciging
ing but.juciging by the tone of your,: letter
irou,'re young enough to iake, tho
risk.
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Q. I plan to retire m years', 41
at age 60. For the next five years
I -eeteadd 'about 2,000 a xear to- A
mit portafolio, which now includes
Bethlehem, U.S. steel,' Bordens,
,National Biscuit, Corn Products,
Cream of 'Wheat, Detroit Edison,
,and T., General Motors,
'International Harvester, Car e y,
Cluett Peabody, I taws
substantial gains and suuestions
have been.' made that,'I take
profits and -re-invest.
A. It seems to me that With a 4
portfolio like that you needn't lis listen
ten listen to anyonemyself included.
I think it would be ridiculous
to take profits on these issues.
What for? WoUld you sell Detroit '-'
Edison and then re-invest in an another
other another fine utility? Sell Borden
and buy another food stock?
That would make as mush senel
as switching back and forth be between
tween between two elevators while trying
to get to the top floor.
Hold what you have and conti continue
nue continue using the same judgment
in addition more segurities an annually,
nually, annually, I am sending along, a list 1
of good quality companied al although
though although you don't really need it. 4-1

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a wardrobe. This one is pure silk, blooming with flowers. It
has Empire detailing and a wide V neckline to make room for
,sparkling beads.By GAME DIMAS, NEA Women's Editot.

Where You Go On Vacation
Petermines Travel Wardrobe

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NEW YORK (1.1FI),Whers you
go on your vacation wilt deer deermine
mine deermine your-travel wardrobe.
Two ,weeks oh a Caribbean or
Hawaiian isle will call for entirely entirelydifferent
different entirelydifferent clothes from six weeks
touring the United States, Europe,
South America or the Far East;
If most of your days will be
spent relaxing on the-beach, skin skindiving
diving skindiving and bicycling, take mostly
bright, wash-and-wear sportswear.
Orgy a minimum of your ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe rill be needed for sgithsee sgithseeThose
Those sgithseeThose clothes shottld be casual.
tuaL,For evetting,,inen will need
clitibt Weight lila or dinner jack jackdepeditirson
depeditirson jackdepeditirson the formal, of
the,.place,2'and -WoMen, will need
fortnals-4.bttatktaiV,-timases
tunitlir coektalL dresses ao dou doula
la doula duty), cols or4ancy sweater.
.,,Take along shorts for hotel wear
but silwitYs, check local customs.'
Mexico,, Europe, and the West
Indies, it is not proper for ladies
to appear in sliorts m eublie.,And
in Mexico and Spain, women.mus,t
not:go- bare4rmed into churches
or cathedrals.
If you plan a tour of Europtin
capitals, pack clothes that will 'eel
comfortable and yet make yott
liok well dressed on city streets.
, For spring travel to cities, pon ponter
ter ponter your wardrobe around two or
,three medium weight woof sui,s.
When, traveling fo the British
Isles, or Scandinavia, add wea weaten
ten weaten and topcoats, regardless of
the season. In soutern Italy or
France, take drip-dry blouse.
The summertime tourist will
want to build a wardrobe around
clothes that are light-weight but
abla to withatAnd dirt and obi obikles.
kles. obikles. took for non-wrikling easi easily
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cessories accessories which are easy to pace.
When you travel by air, be sure
your wardrobe is compact enough
to meet the airlines' weight Bin.
its. For foreign travel, that is 86
pounds first class and 44 pounds
tourist and economy classes. It's
poshihlt to' fit two months' 'ap 'apply
ply 'apply of ',clothes into a 44-plund al alhiowancowith
hiowancowith alhiowancowith room to spare for
souvenirs. Give yourself a break
by taldng light-weight luggage.
'Them build your color scheme a a1round
1round a1round one shade, such as black,
navy or brown, to that bulky items
, like ,shoes, Coals and purses are,
kept, t,o a minimum. , ','
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seeing, tO' cocktaillq., dinner and
dancing.'There are a variety-' 'of
pretty raincoats in prints and fa,
brim.' suitable tor dressy occa occasions,
sions, occasions, ;
1 Never underestimate the value
of a dress' and jacket ensembl,.
With jacket, can be worn for
sightseeing or shopping, without
costume with a colorful scarf or
jewerly.
Mem-should take a dark blue
business suit chich can be worn
at night.' A pair of grey flannel
slacks Athd two sports jackets,
One 'tweed and one navy, will get
them Ihrough the 'day. Also take
drip-dry undershorts and shirts.
If travel is by sea, don't go over overboard
board overboard with too much luggage. But
take a separate (small) wardrobe
for use only on the ship sports
clothes for deck game, afternoon
dresses, and formal wear if
you're going first class. If you
leave the ship at intervals to
sight-see In port, check your
clothes on board.
In Europe, many hotels, espe especially,
cially, especially, the less expensive types, do
not have private baths. So takc a
robe, preferably a sheer wool for
Northern countries, and fold-up
slippers which also can be worn
on airplanes.

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needed. Stick along the glass un until
til until you're through painting. Then
peel off the paper and the glass
will be free of paint.

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bags handbags are worn, cover them with
matching grosgrain ribbon.
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you done them in cold water a
second after boiling.
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To restore sheen to cotton chintz
curtains, add a piece of wax
(about Ow size of a walnut to a
pair of curtains) to hot starch
Rolution. Sitr in the wax through.
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notat -Salad. Dip the slices in
fresh lemon juice first to prevent
discoloring.

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Beatriz Ferguson is an ittractive lass who has learned
to interpret the remarks of men.. and she can do it in
five languages.-She is, by profession, a language Juggler.
Miss Ferguson is one of the dozen translators brought
to Panaint' City last week for the Cepal (United Nations
ECOn9M1019011M4S1011 for,Latin America) conference.,
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'She has been, in 'most digni dignilied
lied dignilied manner, of course, a "mouth "mouthpiece"
piece" "mouthpiece" ,for diplomats and officials
of the world's countriesHer abi ability
lity ability in translating, like her 041
leagues, thas provided the link
to promote understanding among
men Whose native tongtei differ.
Miss Ferguson had a head start
on linguistics from bizth. She
was born in Buenos Aires, her
mother Argentine and her father
English. She left Latin Ameri America
ca America seven., years- ago to study in
London. An assignment with the
Argentine Embassy there and a
luncheon date with a friend who
was employed by the United Na Nations
tions Nations provided the introductioff to
the job she now holds.,
Her firat translating post with
the UN was at the 1955 atomic
energy conference at Geneva, and
she has since served at UN head headquarters
quarters headquarters in New York.
Hers !no one of those careen(
that young girls dream of in
the same romantic tones Os
airline stewardesses, movie sc.
tresses and prima donnas ef
the stage. Miss Ferguson doei
not do-glamorize her career.
"It's wonderful,' she says. "I
can't imagine a job more inter interesting.'
esting.' interesting.' She speaks and translates flu fluently
ently fluently Spanish, English, French,
Portuguese and Italian. Her next
venture in speech is the Russian
language, which she is studying.

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Things you can now do with without
out without and keep your head up social social-ly
ly social-ly A back yard barbecue pit. Par Parties
ties Parties are moving from the back
yard to the front parlor. Dinners
with candlelight are fast replacing
the come-and-get-it type of enter entertaining.
taining. entertaining. A hi-fl syitem. You can ihave
one if you like musi,?but don't
mid it to inrTess your friends.
Listening to uther people's hi.fi's
it now Almon on a par with hav having
ing having to view their home r.teritqc
A rumpus .Gem. If you've al already
ready already got one in the basement,
it's time you got rid of the cute
little bar and the clever migns on
the wall and put in bookshelves
(with books) and started calling it
the family room or quiet room.
A mink stole. Don't give away
,the one you've got-r-but don't ex.
pect it tto maki you look pam pampered.
pered. pampered. Too many women have
,bought their own on time.
A swimming pool. They don't
put you in tbe movie-star league.
They grow in popularity each
yen
A do-it-yourself project that
you tan point to with pride. If you
can afford to; it's now quite
right to hire a eraftsman AO lust
tsko credit for dreaminciup ,the
idea.
A brand new home. ''So many
families are living in brand new
homes that to get any attention
today, you almost have to. buy an
old rowdown place and have ,it
remodeled.
Ulcers. So many people rusw
have ulcers that they no,' lontor
,re mark, el the mattovhe ,has
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MISS BEATRIZ FERGUSON
By MARGIE ROTHROCK

When not traveling for a eon.
ference such as the current one
in Panama City, Miss Ferguson
calls an apartment in Forrest
Hills Just outside New York City
her home. She finds the big city
a never-ending source of enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, particularly in the thea theaters,
ters, theaters, museums and exhibits.
In the athletic vein, she has
has recently returned to golf for
pleasure and relaxation from the
earphones and "mikes.'
The dark haired word shifted
claims that in at least one field,
she and the New Yorker cannot
find agreemtretnamely sin fash fashions
ions fashions and figures. With the ex exception
ception exception of some sports clothes,
she has her Wardrobe t a ilor
made. She prefers the classic
French lines in clothing. If possi possible
ble possible when ihe is traveling to Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, Miss Ferguson manages to
stay over a week or so in Lisbon,
where she has a dressmaker who
has fashioned her clothes for
years.
Her international taste is re reflected
flected reflected in her appetite. She pre prefers
fers prefers French cuisine. Her favorite
dish, she says, is a do-it-yourself
delicacy called fondue a la Bour Bourguignone,
guignone, Bourguignone, claimed as a native
dish by both 'the French and
Swiss. The tender cubes of meat
are served raw, along with a
chafing dish of bubbling butter.
The diner ,does the rest.
And the conversation on food
naturally a one-language A American
merican American to wish Beatriz Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson could be on hand at meal mealtime
time mealtime in fancy places.
It must wonderful to know
in advance that "nommem de te terre
rre terre vaneur" is really just plain
old boiled potatoes.

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Learn to recognize different
cuts of meat chops. Blade chos
have a flat bone located just mi.
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chops look like miniature T-bone,
porterhouse or sirloin steaks.
Both blade and loin chops are pre.
pared the same as center cut
chops.
A mixture of one cup of flour
and one cup of salt moistened
with colored water. makes a soft
clay for children to play with. It
can lje wrapped in a damp cloth
and stored in the refrigerator for'
several days.

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wilted leathery oprouted or dis discolored
colored discolored spuds. Green discolors discolorstion
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are sound. snmoth, shallow-eyed
and reasonably clean.
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Adele Moday is an International citizen in her own
right, an appropriate. qualification for the job she holds
with the United Nations.
She Is Mexican by birth, French by marriage, a New
Yorker by her home address and, currently, working in
Panama.

Mrs., Monday has served as a
translator for the United Nations
for the past five years. Most of
the interpreters work basically in
their own tongue, and she is no
exception. Her ears hear phras phrases
es phrases in English, French or Russian,
and her mouth repeats them in
Spanish.
The opportunity to travel south southward
ward southward was welcomed by blonde
Adela,who had a special reason
for wanting to "get away'' for a ayhile.
yhile. ayhile. She and her husband of
three months, Robert Moday, al also
so also a UN translator, had delayed
their honeymoon. They worked to together
gether together at the recent eonference
tn Guatemala, and spent home
time visiting her family in Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City.
' She gained her background for
her present work in language at
the University of Mixico. A col college
lege college degree is a requirement of
all the translators, who must
have backgrounds of general and
sometimes technical knowledge.
In translating the speaker's
remarks, Mrs. Moday says that
a certain omount of speedy
phrase-changing is necessary to
transmit the desired thought.
Alihough the arguments some sometimes
times sometimes become heated, she in

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sauce for spring vegetables: Com Combine
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teaspoon crumbled sweet basil
leaves and 1 egg yolk. Heat, stir stirring
ring stirring contantly. then add 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon fresh lemon juice. Makes
enough for 4 to 6 servings.

A little sweet sherry and a pinch
each of nutmeg and cinnamon ad added
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prunes them extra tasty.

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1-8 teaspoon each of ground biack
pepper and garlic powder and 1
cun of milk.
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(leen. Serve hot. garnished with
fresh parsley. Serves 6.

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To prevent smudging of pour.
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MRS. ADM MODAY

lists the spookors aro all gen.
flomanly' In tholr choice of
words.
She expressed the thought that
it is unfortunate that so few rea realize
lize realize the United Nation's efforts at
promoting understanding and im improvements
provements improvements in the economic and
social fields. Too many hear on only
ly only the reports on the political an angles.
gles. angles. The Modays and Miss Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson are co-Workers in the UN
building in New York, and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors in Forrest Hills. Adele, smil smiling
ing smiling at her husband through the
window of h'er soundproof booth,
remarks that she is trying to
learn French cooking.
"But my favorite food is Mexi Mexican,
can, Mexican, especially tamales.'
She has tasted, and enjoyed,
the Panamanian equivalent in the
cornmeal-crusted empanadas.
Like her fellow workers, Ade Adela
la Adela was quick to remar,k 1.N't1
much she enjoys her work. e
added, however, that those un unknowing
knowing unknowing souls who see only the
highlights would have their views
somewhat dimmed if they would
stick around while the speeches
continued far into the night.
And, she pointed out, the trans translators
lators translators must be alert at all times.
No sleeping on the job here.
Ade la's job is something like
a human version of the gimmick
which makes the soda dispensers
in the Stateside train stations
work.
In this instance, however, you
put on ti)e headphones, choose
your language, flip switch for
the interpreted results.

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the bride-to-be. It features punch. chicken-grape salad., cake.
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By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
The older boy is going to be
married. So we are planning a
reception to present our future
daughter-in-law to our old friends
and close relatives. Fifty guests
have been asked (including the
parents of the bride-to-be) to
come any time between 4 and 7
p.m.

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The buffet menu is entirely of
finger foodsdainty things to eat
that require no knives or forks,
just small plates and cocktail
napkins. The long buffet table
stands across one end of the liv living
ing living room with the crystal punch
bowl and 'glasses in the center.
The table is decorated with two,
crystal bowls of white, yellow
and gold tulips and two silver
candelabra with tall Ivory can candles.
dles. candles. The family sterling (bowls,
platters and serving forks) is us used
ed used for freshly roasted salted nuts,
ripe, green and stuffed olives
(with anchovies, small onions, al almonds
monds almonds and pimento), thin slice."
of crusty French bread, mild-cured
Polish ham (canned), sliced
very thin and cut into pieces Itist
large enough to be placed on the
slices of bread, and white meat
of turkey sliced the same way.
Also, delicate soft pink Nova Sco Scotia
tia Scotia salmon strips, spread with
cream cheese, then rolled and cut
into 5 inch round, champagne
wafers and small glace cakes
frosted in pastel colors.
1 The large crystal bowl holds a
Ichampagne tunch. ,There will alv,
It? be a nonalcoholic punch on to,
side tab:e for guests who prefer:
it. Also coffee. Cigarettes and
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room and there are ash"' trays
and lighters wherever you-turn.
A very competent woman ,,bas
been engaged for kitchen prilice
and to pass trays of punch eAti
keep the buffet table serviced at
all times. ,v
Robert, the young groom-to be,
is in charge of introducing his
future-in-laws to the guests. His
mother, assisted by het Sister-inlaw
and her mother (indestruct (indestructably
ably (indestructably 81 years old) will receive
the guests and present Ellen, the
future bride, to them. Palbrjekt,
our teen-ager, will man the iruit
punch bowl, help keep asitithys
emptied, and stand ready Out
for the duration of the partr'en partr'enly,
ly, partr'enly, he wants it understooll jto
take orders from his safiT-d-be1
a-family-man, big brother.,

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:: THE STORY:Hugo Howell, the man who htr htr.,
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Woman who was later murdered, turns out to be the
murderer himself. When Jim finds out the truth
4Howell corner him at gunpoint And tells the detec detec:,:tive
:,:tive detec:,:tive the whole story. Then Howell informs Bennett
. he's going to kill him but Jim decides to go down
;lighting.

THE STORY:Hugo
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- As I jumped for him, crouch crouching
ing crouching low, I thought .again that I
'tad nothing to lose. I only knew
:hat I wasn't going-to stand still
tnd let him do I 112-rd his
;tailed yelp, and the gun blast
thrive me, and felt a hot pain
iomewhere between my left ear
Ind shoulder. But I crashed into
tis legs, tried to drag him down,
by right hand clawing for his
;tin arm. Ile kicked clear, and I
ell the jarring jolt of his foot
in my jaw. I rolled over on my
)ack, saw the swirling blue sky
ind.the tree branches. Then I
tied- to -push myself up, wonder wonderng
ng wonderng what had happened to How HowI
I HowI saw him then, standing a a)ove
)ove a)ove me, pointing the gun at my
ight eye and squinting carefully
down the barrel, showing his teeth
in a kind of fixed rodent grin.
He was taking no chances this
Ume. I stared into the muzzle and
thought' of all my sins.
I was still on my knees, reach reaching
ing reaching for him, when I heard the
roar of the gun. I squeezed my
eyes shut involuntarily, knowing
that he couldn't miss, and won wondering
dering wondering with an odd detachment
where the bullet had hit me. But
j -1 no second pain. no impact.
I fell nothing but black despair,
and I guess it was pure survival
initigct, that made me scramble
bitekwatd arid WIT in-the weeds
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THIS iS THE GRAND FINAJLE of the Dorothy Chase party

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MURDER1
By Robert Mctrtin
Howell, the man who hir
for my gun. Miraculously, I had
it in my hand, felt the lovely;
heavy coolness of it. I was on
my knees in the 'weeds. The sun
was hot on my head and I blink blinked
ed blinked in the sun as I peered upward,
lookinc for Howell. the gun held
ahead of me in a trembling hand.
But I didn't see Howell, and it
worried me.
And then I saw' him, lying on
his back in the weeds to my
right. His knees were bent up upward
ward upward and he was holding both
hands against his chest. Blood was
seeping from between his fingers.
As I watched, he coughed up at
the hot blue sky, a thick strangled
sound, and the blood ran from his
open convulsed mouth and drip dripped
ped dripped over his chin.
Hugo Howell's eyes stared up upward,
ward, upward, bulging with an expression
of wild horror and maybe a fren frenzied
zied frenzied disbelief. His stomach jerked
and he coughed again. I rose un unsteadily
steadily unsteadily and stumbled to him.
thinking vaguely that I would lift
him, so that he could expel the
strangling blood. But when I knelt
beside him and had gotten an arm
beneath his shoulders and was
lifting him up, his body strained
rigidly and then went limp, very
completely limp. His legs moved
languidly and the seemed to set settle
tle settle cozily into the weeds. Then his
jaw .sagged and his eyes stared
unblinkingly up into the morning
sun.
(To Be Concluded)

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GUARDIANS OF
KING SOLOMON'S
MINES!
Daring advenhsrers
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Diminqtive Dancert Delkiht

The eighth annual dance party
given by Dorothy Chase for her
pupils filled the Balboa YMCA au auditorium
ditorium auditorium with proud parents,
dancthg youngsters, and an au audience
dience audience of friends and relatives.
In addition to seeing several
dance numbers, they had a
chance to admire and eat a three threetiered
tiered threetiered cake decorated with danc danc,ing
,ing danc,ing figures and topped with mi miniature
niature miniature ballerinas. Also, there
was ice cream, cookies, candy, red
punch and balloons for the kid kiddies.
dies. kiddies. The dancing class comprised the
pupils of Dorothy Chase who
has been teaching 10 of the 18
'years shehad lived on the'Isth the'Isthmus.
mus. the'Isthmus. In private life, she is Mrs.
Henry J. "Jack" Chase and the
mother of. two children, Alfred
and Phyllis.
The dancers ranged through
all ages to young debutantes.
Some are accomplished dancers;
others are not. But with their en engaging
gaging engaging dancing gear, their aplomb,
their eagerness to please, they
delilhted those attending the
party. It was a party and not a
recital, as Dorothy Chase explain explained
ed explained at its beginning.
It was an engaging sight to.see
the proud young mothers slicking
tit) their offspring, combing hair,
rouging cheeks, adjusting cos
tumes, or just giving motherly ad advice.
vice. advice. Fathers talked About the stock
market their golf scores or trad traded
ed traded exposure readings for cameras
as they waited for the show to
start. There were pictures in
color, and motion pietures.
Dorothy Chase has found teach teaching
ing teaching a most rewarding byproduct
of her years of dance study and
personal experiences. She started
her own studies at the age of
three. She metand became a pu pupil
pil pupil of the famous choreographer,
Michel Fokine.
Then followed solo work in such
companies as the Fokine Ballet,
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To Eternity"!
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ADVANCE STUDENTS participating in
vaggio Melinda Manahan, Li 9a Phelan

the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo
and the original Ballet Theatre.
Her professinal backgronnd was
expanded by aiipearances in two
Broadway Musicals, "On Your
Toes" and 'Louisiana Ptirchase"
and as a Radio City Music Hall
Rockett, she added scope in un understanding
derstanding understanding the training of large
groups of cancers.
Following thc scheduled program
of 12 dances by various groups, at
her party, Mrs. Chase 'delivered
full-term certificates and giftu to
the following students in ree0n ree0ngition
gition ree0ngition of their consistent efforts:
Jane Barfield, Gail Bohannon,
Deanna and Jean Boswell, Michelle
Canavaggio, Phyllis Chase, Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Clarke. Jenifer Cole, Gila .Cun .Cunningham,
ningham, .Cunningham, Denese Duin, Nellie 'de
la Lastra, Kathryn Fallon, Regi Regina
na Regina Gasperi, Marth Ireland, Mar Martha
tha Martha Jones and Melinda Mallaban.
Also, Sussie Miller, Leonore Ols Olsson,
son, Olsson, Linda Perez, Lisa Phelan,
Marie and Stephanie Proffitt, Pa
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AT THE START OF A WALTZ are seenetrorit.rotor, to sqRegina
Danforth and Lynn Baguie. Rear rowt,joan,,Sattain, Nanoy Clerke,
Tewinkle.

mela Rowe, Lynn Scaroni, Rita Ritabelle
belle Ritabelle Scott, Connie Starr, Karen Karenand
and Karenand Linda Taylor, Nona Jean Te,
winkle, Emily and Nancy Tinlder
and SuSan'Wallace.
Some also received special 4-
wards for outstanding effort and
accomplisbnient.
The following students received
ballet or tap tokens in recongi recongibon
bon recongibon for their effort during a par partial
tial partial term: Lynn Baquie, Christina
Bates. Roberta Bathke Icela Cons-.
tantino, Nancy Danforth, Shearort
DeVore, Melissa Ely, Elda Forlow,
Ilka Creltz, Claudia Hambury and
Vivelan Koesam
And Mara McFadden, Kathy
Meagher Diane Mullin, Lana
Na'deau, Joan Sartain, Katy Stone,
Celia Thompson, Kathleen Trick Trickev;
ev; Trickev; Patty Wallace, Barbara Jane
Waters' and Judy Witkin.
" -The special award for tumblint
Iva received b Richard and Ro
bert"Mallahan, Philip Starr and
John Snvnsend.
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ter matter of pride each libel ne Proven erect For
instance:
Aye and Bee, electronics experts, had spent the
greater part of the morning adding finishing touchu
to a tardy utellito project Xt vas necessary now
only to perfort, one more 'phue of they operation
and the task would be complete, To wit: Thirty
different electronic tubes were to be' placed in 80
different sockets. Since each of thi tubes wu num numobered,
obered, numobered, it wu simply a matter of consulting plans.

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kidnaped? Art- the kidnapers
planning a murder?
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A NEW farmer had $100 to
11. spend for livestock. He could
get' hogs for ;10 each, sheep for
SS each, and chickens for 20c
each. He wanted to get exactly
100 head of livestock for his
money. How could he do it?
'Offhand, it might seem simple
enough to 'answer: let him buy
SO thickens and 20 sheep. That
of course, is not a satisfactory
solution because the farmer
'wants all threkvarieties of stock.
How, then, can he buy 100 head
for ;100 and include all three
,kinds?
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This Fabulous
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steps involved be bemilt
milt bemilt i
fore a suit ansues aA
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, course, but there tt a a
are exactly eight M. (go. 0 0 I
steps In the tn..
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left.
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one letter is r.:1- I IAN
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step so that an- -' 10
other word is ef- 04
footed, eventually CO l- ra
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may very well come up with
another.
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For Star Performirs
110 IEDIS and whites total 125.
Whites and blues total 175.
Blues and reds total 150.
How many stars in the box?
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CIIMACMIK.Aiii
Qi0OZEPC the INN above, to
tonoornod about some buried
troalurea bone perhaps, You'll
too why he's lo Intorootod
whot hio young mutor doing
when you complete the drawing.
Born at dot 1, draw to dot 2,

dot 11, etc" until you have' ruched
the lut numberIt
het tor tun. owl lt rou,
guest the answer.
Attu yeti have eompleted the
scene, you may wish to clot it
appropriately with oolorcd pods.

- Mter you have solved this
,
i ti quenotibookw e;e if you cant ildatyter-s a,
dollar can be changed ,without
using the coins of any one of the
Mtn denominations just men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, that is,' omitting one of
the five each time and using Only
faCligliagn0.000 four.

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But here's Where 'the trouble
began. Blueprints were at !mid !midquarters
quarters !midquarters under look and key. Aye
insists they refer to the Charts.
sten though it -would take an

tnougn it -wawa take 11.11
hour and a halt tn get them,. Be
maintained that it would be
quicker systematically to try
each tube MAI socket until-they
hit the right ona.

' after. Intich arguing, it
WU agreed the two Men would
each'take lb tubes. Aye set-out
after the pianist and Bee began
inunediately to employ his:trial
and error syltem,
As it turned' out, thl breaks
were againet Bee,' for he placed
a tube in ,the right socket only
after trying all the other possible'
sockets sigh time. It took a third
of a minute for each try,
Assuming that- Aye: lost -no
timi in picking,' up :the plans,
which Man aninhed brit?
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A
Worth In Change?
,
IT 8011230NID told yoli that be
woWd give you a dollar tor
- ,
, ,sach ot the different ways in
which a dollar tin be changed.
' Just how much money do you,
, - think it would be possible ter
you to win?
,L Coins ot differnnt denom
r. mations are used in changing a
dollarpennies, nickels, dimes,
N ',quarters and halves. That is to
A say halt-cent pieces, three-cent
-
piecu and other obeolete values
Nit, are not to be considered.

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PENSTVE NOTE

A a diversion at a house party,
rm or for after-dinner amuse amusement,
ment, amusement, take 18 matches or tooth toothpicks
picks toothpicks and form the ileum shown
above. Explain that it represents
a number of animal pens, all the
same size, and that the person
to whom the pens belong needs
'One of the partition tor some something
thing something slue. However, he still
wants to form six pens of the
same sin with the 12 sections of
fence that will remain.
The problem is to discard one
of the 18 matches and form the
six pens tor the owner,
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rot soltso sus oss pus Isom" v so gnu
ttio4 gesso& Elul sno pussy Asto
selposus spo ellutuy tuonelea

THAT surprised took On ths tans of the inntleman
above is not surprising. He's viewing an insect
the likes of which he hu never seen. You can see
it, too, by drawing lines Le follow
- Begin M-12, draw to P-12, to It-13, 11-1i, U-15,
0-14. 8-11, P-9, 0-t, P-11, It-13. Draw line 0-12 to
P-11. Draw T-18, X-18, iv4z P4i Draw W-11,
X-11, T.?, L-7, H4, -1-8 H4s 0-11, 0-18, 11.14.
Add Le12, lell, K-9. Draw 17-19, 11-8, W4.

Sp AO len Shoff?
HORIZONTAL
1,--Thi locusts bad one over them
(Rev. 1;11)
1Jork was taken to this part
the hill from Nazareth
( e 4:31)
0Abraham a original name (Oen.
tyi)
1 at Lake.
17641comb. form.
with effort
11
11111fied tient.
1 nus of maples.
1 usenet
20 ook nourishment
31 rafted (her)
ssThing, in law.
24Re-lets.
31Biblical name (2 Ki. 11:34)
303eur.
13 rs.
1 aroma pronoun.
39etch.
, 41 hall this separate us from
hrist? (Rom. 1:31)
43 am down.

ii,kiiiibi:
11411-4giord fornidden as a torm of
,,. troll to his brother (Mat
47 o of the mightetmen who
oissisted David (1 r. 12:20)
4 no of tthe canonic hours.
51 titcittrui
'442-21he is not willing that
1,41$4,4tnyh d do this (2 Pet.11:9)
.. ? I w.
,: OS.,An eot Eng Bah
',4. 511.4he Israelites wolitirtont thiS
pore to Succoth (14. 12:17)
. bulation.
4,.. sme Naomi chose tot het
do
. au (Ituth 1:20)
,, Moe uchartsije win," vessel.
117 ether of Bethlehem (1 Cht,
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2Modern synthetic fabric,
, 7437.4he birds.
m. me ashore.
Vir 75 ake position.
this 78Shades of a priznary color.
- 77Completes.
Nazareth 'VERTICAL
me (Gen. IA son pt Ishmael (Gen. 25:13)
Magi
t,to right!
ry of sheep.
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7lion of Jerahmeel (I Chr. 1:25)
11Yalge.
10-494u Iscariot wu one.
11Vanish
3Topu hummingbirds.
11:34) eat: comb. form.
13Conger.
15.4ymbol for erbium.
26Knave (cribbage)
27Revolve.
tie from lorty winks.
11 aul s witch lived here (1
am. 21:7)
U.-Geological ogee.
term of 24A. cereal grain.
ler (Mat 2 115.-Cabbage soled.
16-14vid thought there wu jun
nen who this between him and death
12:201 (I Sant 10:8)
hours. 17American clergyman-author.
31Mohammedan prince.
ling that 40Produced.
pot.11:9) 4...What Is the I8th book of the
New Testament?

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It All Figures.

CIVERYTHING figures the
1-- diagram above, providing the
right numbers are inserted.
Numbers range from 1 through
21. Repetition is permissible,
As a starter, insert thl num numbers
bers numbers 11 and 20 in the two upper uppermost
most uppermost blanks (22 divided by 11,
plus 20, equals 22). Now go on
from there.

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Insect Stands Over Six Feet

Draw 5-8, 5-6, T-5, U-5. Add
linos K-16 to 0-18, 0-16 to H-14,
W-11, to W-10, V-10 to V-9, T-8
to T-7, R-8 to R.7, Q-8 to Q-7,
P-9 to P-7. Draw 2-115 to H-13.
H-11, J-11, 3-13. Add lima J-10
to J-8, U-9 to V-8, U-8 to V-T,
U-T to V-6, 11-st to T-6, N-7 to
N4 to 11-7, 11-7 to N-5, L-7
to M-5, 11-8 tO K-7 to le5.

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SOLUTION
TO OATS
DIVISION
01 TAOS

45Son pf Cush (6en. 10:7)
48Avall.
80The whole.
55-Trintahed edge of skirt
155,Symbol for tellurium
57Wife of Et (Gen. 38;8)
58Re was bound tor 1.000
(Rev. 10:3)

DUTCH TREAT CLIT-OUT DOLL

HtlA Is crter
iDoyed. H e r
grandma, who gin
lives abroad. hu
sent ha a prettY
Dutch costume
with a bat to 1E7'.
match.
WM yoU help
Hilda don her
USW outfit?
Using oolong
pencils or crow
ons, color doll
and costume
neatly. Paste doll
t 9 wtoPPlo
notebook or type typewriter
writer typewriter paper and
press under a
book. When dry. agign.:
c a re f ully cut
around heavy
outdide lines.
Costume is tap
toned to doll by
bending tabs
about cut-out figure, of course.
Slit hat to fit ova doll's fore forehead.
head. forehead. How do you like RUCs in ha
new costume?

DEF'Y GRA vrry
fra ton to defy
I grseltY th.
pe iaw that gov govIar,
Iar, govIar, erns the motion
':'.0:,.41! of all material
bodies. We WIG
this premise in
thotothp.ertfoornmowinganee
party stunts.
AtiAD: There is, tor
instanc 4, the
II:aft "gravity defy defykwainiMAIR
kwainiMAIR defykwainiMAIR mg coih" the
hggittlaigi:M! p erf or mer
igamm a coin

against his forehead (see left),
and causes it to remain there
when his hand is removed. The
trick is to push the coin against
the forehead with strong forward
pressure. The coin remains tin.
pressed in the skin, "defying
gravity" for a surprisingly long
time.
- Then, there's the heavy halt
dollar ud the thin paper wafer.
The performer states that he is
willing to bet that if he drops
both at the same time they'll
reach the floor together. This
seems wilikely, of course. but if
the smaller (in diameter) wafer
is placed atop the coin, both will
descend together.

'JA EVER

Vir'S a col coltu!
tu! coltu! fallow
with orange hair
present at right,
but u things now
stand, he's hidden
from view. To
bring this humor humorous
ous humorous ohap into
sight, simply use
colored pencils or
crayons in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the
following color
indicators:
YYellow
VViolet
13Blue
ftRod
0Orange
0Oreen
SikBlaok
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pulling like mad under the Navy pier in heavy downpour at the., elintai of the threttday test of determination and

ITS THAT POST 3 CREW winners again
from Cristobal to Balboa.

THE CREW OF SHIP No. IP, boat No. 2 pull close to shore in the channel, obeying Instructions irons
race officials who patrolled the line of cayuco regularly in launches during the annual race.

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Arent Shoto

MI: ARMED FORCES PHOTOS
Can Canal Zone Teenagers take
it?
The annual Explorer-Sceut -ca13'nco
race through the Panama
,Canal proves that 'Mere is a core
of boys who can meet an exhaust exhausting
ing exhausting phytical and mental challenge
and set the grownups an example
of really good spor.smanship.
The race is sponsored by the
Canal Zone Stout Council.
- The very idea of the race It Itself
self Itself appeals to a young man's
imagination -- race using Pa Paname's
name's Paname's native dugout, the tayuco,
through the only waterway in, the
Americas where you can.ge from
ocean to mem in a 'few hours,
sharing the channel with the

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WHILE A CROWD OP PARENTS, brothers, sisters and sweethearts lines, the loch walla, the Teenage crewl of,the Canal Zone S'cout
Council's annual cayuco race tie up alongside a Panama Canal tug le" wall theit turn to be locked throw&

world's largest vessels; the thrill
of passage through the locks. In
a small boat; parts of the route
the same course of the Chaves
used front ancient times by the
Indians of Panama, then by the:
Conquistadores, Orates and 49'ert
not to mention being excused front
A brand Sew record of hone
29 minuteri and 37 seconds frirA
thp course was set 'Ary
, Barbee's Explorer Pest No. 3 rer,
gently as its crew took and holt',
tha lead throughout the three.
days of the race. ,
In second Plate was a crew, front
Balboa Explorer Post No. 20 with
8 hours '9 minutes and 35 ice.'
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-11 ircl place winner was Cristo:
bal Explorer Ship -No. 9 with II
boars, 29 minutes and ,15 seconds.
The winning crew from 'Balboa
sere Robert Adamas, Edward Do Do..12i
..12i Do..12i Mike ,ltudge and John ,Turnr
." In the sicond place dugout were
Michael Williams, Herbert Pres Prescott.
cott. Prescott. Ted Bembenek and John.,
Searcy,
Members of the third place crew
were Irl Sanders, Walter Wood-
ruff,- Paul Ebdon and John Man Man.
. Man. ning.
Tbe times are getting faster each
year,
!957ii first ttuve crews tbe
units from Gatun, Balboa and
Ganiboa in order passed the
winning time recorded for 1959 of
8 trains, 56 minutes by Gamboa.
In turn, all the first four crews
in 1958 broke the record for 195.
Successfully handling a racing
cayuc actually balls fur much
'practice and advance Nan Nanning,
ning, Nanning, Tbe best envucos in the annual
event are quite narrowperhaps
1-2 feet wide by about 15 feet
long, ,, Each is carved out of
single tteee.
In' fts 'Original state, the dugout
is long and gracelid and seems
,be very light but you'll be
aurprisd when you try to lift the
boatet weighs several hinndred
pounds.
;, malice the boat a real racr
,,er,'tha Explorers plane away es
,much weed as passible from the
original hull, It takes a long
etimo to cut away the pounds
, of, 'wood.
'Thin the- beat Is lovingly
. paited and 'Waxed., Experitnc Experitnc,
, Experitnc, ed, tayuce crewmen claim that 4
,,waXing the hull helps the boat
to slip through the water.
, The trimmed-down; craft seems
eggahell thin as ,you, look at it. ;
"This should 'be a -cin4 to ban banhov,
hov, banhov, tan yeti lse?' you.
Say. Then the crew of tour, husky
voutht get Into' the littie
And yon find out;what a problem,
it can be.
The boat has only -few Inches ,
Id freeboard, and easily ships iva,
ter froth chopny surfate, small

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4,. -...., ,., tie-Wake 'of a' pass- in two minu .-,,, - A. wi-,,,,,,,-,,,,. --.. ., ,,,, -:, .-,, ,---,,,,,,,:,-,,,,,,---,..,,,, ,,' ., .,.,..,.:, :..,,, .4 ::, :, : -,
Waves or even ,, ....., 5...c.i t,,,,,,,. ;.. , ,,:, ,,,..,,.,.
, ,';..
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':"'... ing met:it:boat.- -,,'.', -,-,-,,,:, ', -,-,..,;i,w,,,-,.., : .. ----- - ,,,.., ,' :''':::4ii-1,,', ,,',.---,,'" ;,-,,;,':::' :::"?:A0E:,;::';:, t,,,,:-",,,-ov,... ,''
::N.:-. -, ,, -:'. '',::,:-z, --- ,f,--- "-,&,. -,- :,'-, .: ',.':,,,,- : ,z,,,, ,,-: --,4,,,,,,, s'
The 'crew must sit-In exaciii 1 d l'berateli': Swamp :';':inany .7 titling -'1 :,,-
.
pine, always, When One heY: shifts; outing prgt,4, .,-.,---- ,, .. 1,....z....,,,,,A.,,--,,,,.,,..!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;.;;'W...- ,.,,. ,,, ,.....,. , -,-.
,,
, the -others must imijcithly ease dill', pat. ,
t,:::: - ,?r34,,,:s, : :404!
, ,. Over- to Counter hini, sit' the boat 'TO handle a real ,racing ciyuco ,,,,,f",,,,,,''''',,,,,,,,...'". -;,"'-',,'''''',1",,,,-1:7"6,r,,,07';,,,W,I;;', .7,.- '' t:,4,,,,,,:
requires a skillful crew. Soine of ti-',,,,,,,,, ''',.,---.4-1, i; -,,,, ,ik,,::, !":"...
trill take in :water and swanip. .:, .,,,,,,,. , ,,,,,,i :,,., ... ,.. ..,.: :ft
''''''".m.;,-, ,..,,,.,,m,,,..","'''' :.,'"'-lr-117,''''q ,"-..:-
: The helmsman he must use the ,finteste!ookining;' sleekest boats t - s :4.:;;;?;:,,...' 4 : -:::, :A 4',7".f.::4:".::'-',--...-.,,,r,.!!777771S' '',, '''' ;',:;:', .."':-:' '!'"'''''' ,;,,4"""".''''''''''''' ''''''::-7-44,0'...?-',' ':::..,.., ,,,,
,. Os paddle to,steet ,,-- has to sit can mod k p tne race if their .:V;::-,1,-,z:4,:,, ;:'-10".T,::::'"'.,,,' '' i,;''' ''''''ilF4'4".1:".'"'":7'4'i '61";440.:Asogra,1777,,, , ,,,,,,,, ',;',.,''.'$::.,:',;...,".,,,,,,,2.:':,,,,
, t as far iii thesterri, of the erewo P !lot have enougb.expe. F.I...- ili'41,,,,,,,....X..11:-' :;;,-'7,r'",-..-','77,,,,,..iiiii'. 4'4' '--....---,,,,do$:-.41-' .-:,'",:,..,,:?,,-,,-;,,a ,:,-:'-''',,;-,,''''' '',,i,:,,i.:;!7----,., '''''..L;;;-.'r 7iii
' aft posible in or er to. keep ..
'' a craft; on. eotirse ivi h the least i5 otnewhat wider boot is n : cm.:,:,z,,--,...,,r, :, --,-; -, -,-;:,..'';':',,'''., .,:-,-','"'''',';"-:,-;'''''t,',-,,"'"--'':'-7...;,-'''':-'-'7,10C::',,I,',W:-::::r'l;4''''',1!17''''''''''' ::'74",,tt!-''."'"''',:;:,:::":,,J7'''''',-.1-t"::'.7';!-,':Aii':"
Iltti .soasior to hindle. In fact, a ii37,,' ,,,,,,:;,,,.3-.., ,.., ,.':!',-;-",::::,i,.:',i'":'.'5.;,,:!,,,!?.f:!.!:;:,,,:k,i;,,'':,i.1.,,,,,,4,,,;,-,7,,........,,,,,,,,,,w:,r,,,.-,,,,,:,.!,,,;,'"$,,r,, .;;,I.viiet4-',;-;',ii,',-". ,,''! -7.-7,--,:,.,-:A f t '''
. t Ohlingeio lr- '' ', ",:,,...,..,, ,' ', , -4,,,,,,,,,,,v,-- i,,,,,,,.;,,,,-;4?..4,.,,,,,,,,,:,-,t7,-,,,,,i,,,i1.1u4.0,,:tsit,,,,,,,..i,,,,,ftl,..,
''''''&"910:71,,, 7,;:;.,.i.geaf..Y:t,t,e,oVii;-.,:ylvl.: r,,,Sitikox.
. But-if be ,Misjudges 'and sits' too 1 3.i:,f,1
well-trained crew In a wider ,o,,,,,,,...ebeitiPA.,itefw.,ort ,,-,eop,,,. .........,,A-z ,
, 7 :,::?
far aft the stern wilt did un-
( der water, and the beat ;swamps possible heavier cayuco do bet:, ''.. ,:- ::'
ter than a tosser trained team MORALE IS STILL HI011'aineng ere
th ' of Po st 20's boat No. 1 as they paddle swiftly past the r. )
again.: '-- - --- -4, ,-. '''-' - : ',, ,-, ; : ,-, -,,-; -, ':.-jungle," A' spare paddle- in the -bow le su a c... g
8 inv!r n a ainst an emergency. Broken paddles are a com
Also the telmsnien, ltiust 'pad-
c It
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tContinued 'OW Page ',11),' ' -;. inon mishaP- ---'' ,' .. ',.- -:,,,i,,,elli
Ale.' VAth-L-the cre" ea well ail ..., , ,,,... , ,,,,,, .- : ., , .. ,..... ,..,..... , !, I
'' : Steer. lle,, may not simply' hold ,..- .. ,.. .,....., ., .., , .. ..,,, .
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his blade in the Water. : -,,. . ',- '0
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:Tit, in' hit position,', if he leans ': :, ,-
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out toe far to bne side; he will 4 . ', .. ..:,...c,,,,,. :-:,' , : ,,,- ,-- : ,,,.,.,:,: J.,-..,,.. ,.,.,,. :.::. : ,,,. ,:.:-. ., .. , , ,,
'-' tip, the ,craft-and there you... go .,..... ,.,....4.:. ... - .7. J.,,.::,..i.,,,, :,,..,.. ,..,.,..,,.. ,' : .111..AN,,:...,.:,..., :,,....,-- I : .. : ,,,,
,,
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,'
What happens when the boat , .. .,......., ... .,,;.
'. .: .. . ,:.. ,.....,.:.;.,,,,,-....,.,.; 11:
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- swamps? It simply settles On- ''''''''t.,;;;;',,,,,.:::7!::;,,i; ''' :. ,i,.'-,,;!,,,,..'' '-,,, ,;::.:::.:4 ,. :, --
I I l' ,.
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der the water 'Ind very, likely ,:
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, dose not Oierturn you Can ,. ,
1,;:::,:',,i, ',:',.::.:''':,:: '- '''.' '': .. '' .' '''...::
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contintre to float In the cayuco,,,.,'
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"4,044,-,w ,:''' -: :.
but you're not going any. place
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'''',,,, -: -:::',:',!'..,, i :... ,:
,', Then ,it,s,., every boy Over ,,.the ., ''k '' ,: r , P
..,. '1' side;'atictbaiiotit.;Soitienne has to .
.,),4 ;;,3,.;0')4,11.11t
.: remember ..-4,to catch ali' the.. pad..: :
- : ,-:;: ,.':1use.,--
,.. dies, lifejackets. and Canteens:11e ,,,,
t
1 ,,,, ..-:
, ..
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fore ',. they -: floar awaY. -- ... - -'" '-'"'
, ...,
,'''' ,'. If yon'had a lunch In the bPat, .,-
,,,, ..
.-, ,,,,,:j
liss',.probably gone-,,-LOose- Shoes .. . ..,...,,,....,,,...,,...m,
,
May sink : or float:, aWaY----catch -,.:,.'.f...::,,,''---.;,,':.::':',,:' ':,,,,' --, ',"'--;---''.'71:',-,' S',.,:i.,:,'', '','-:,.,.'-',., '','"'','';',,.. ,,,, , .,..,,,,.'''''''''''!'"7".".".., ,,,?;:..'::,--:;,::,;3';:',:,:::'::',, : ., :1 : C-,
,...'.. - yout .spare :Shirt et, trousere. as i,,,',.,.. 1,:.:.:.--,..,,,:.., ,, ,.. ,...,,,.....,..,:......,,........,.,,..,,,.....,.-.,..,,:...,,, ,-,:,-:,,-(i7::.,:.:,(:;,,,r''''"'""w".1-.;,,. Ir,-:-.,,,-;,1:, .',:,,,,,,,,,,.,- i-.:.,. ,-.... ,,-;,,,,;).,,,; ..,
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t,;',:,:,
.. they- go. bY, :-; : : '" -. ';' i' :',.,.: :'-:''... :--,-,:-.. r : .' '''' ' '. ,'.. ': '4 ''''' ''''il ...'.:' '': ''''' '''.. '..: .': ', '. ' '' ....' :: '. 1.: '''''S;;;;:i.i';',LIFf) 1 : H, '''' '''' : .',:' '" '''..... '''. : 4.. 0' ?
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'.....! : '.' Rope you' had-innr- baiiing -r116- ,'',',,, ,'- ',',-''''''''.,::",:,:. -- :'',.'.' ', 'ry 4', '.-.1 .,;''').,,,l,,::0.;:::::":,:.;.:1?,:4') --. '''w,',.e ;4,.ir : '::,;::::: ,;' ..: -1 :..' ,: ':' '',', U- :,.' "7: .',' i'A'-.., :t.''.:
:;:; tid On. 'With ',A ,,Stting:: Otherwise r .. ::', ..-,: ...,: : .. ..,::.::; y ,, .!.... : ,.,,r, ?r,,...., ..,;;,,tr,,,,,k..,:;00;,,,,,. .4.1 , ., :..,. .., ., .r : ,..,, .; ...,!,,,, ,. : : :::4:1. .,. : .? 1 :: t
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. it bee -already, tone. ":streight '...to :.?,,..,,,,: ,...:..,...; -... .,,,,,..,,, :, ,r., -. ,. : .,,.,,,,,,?!,:: ,,,,,.. s .,
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7.!
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. the bottom. ..; ; -, (t-,.:;,,,, .1....;in.,;:',...:. ,-,- - ": -- .1,. ,,, :. ---:,'''''4' 1' dv t' rt,ri':,:',',',,'N.':,,: i;,i;,. '-, '- ', ;1,:,.:- 1 .4 ,,,,
-
-: Bgt ... tithe's awastitig, there,'e : :::,;;,,,,;,:.,.,.-..,-:-.,..,,,,,,, - -1 l''' f i ..
,,,, .i
' , -a race Pn -7'1.'4ow 00 you' bail cnt. ,: ,::., ".,41-,-,,," --":-,4:,,. ,, "Si,,,. '''''.:' ,, ,(,,, a
-,7 ' si':.:1;',:its' ,::,,17,. ftl'A41"'-'7,40!:- -,,.t,,:' .30tlio 41 )
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.-r : The fastest way ',is tp rock the ' -,'- ,,,,!.',,11-i: ,1'?''' ''''"'Ci:.',- ,.'3,:.:....,..-A:::, .,,, ''s -.
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, boat --vielently frord side :10: side .., : ..1 .., ,, t il.:
.--?:?4vz. ,,,,,,...w,,,,,et,,,,,,:foi -,,,,,,, ,.- , i.,:f:Nis,:f ;4, Nt A::::,,' ,,
:..,-., Or slide it-raPidly-back ,and .furth lk ,,,,, ,.,:,. ,,, 7,,,t,
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,-trod!',,1g,.atq, ag the- time., You 4 we. 1,, ,. : i!,i,
.:,;',1k,:14' ,, .:-':, .,:.,,,:',r:.';, 4.;:, .:", :,.-,?: '''''''''
use 'the gen to scoop' out .the last 40,1 ,,, , ,p, -
,
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' of the watei: after ,you're in the. ;,..,,!,,e, ''''''''''' 4' ...'4'''il..1
,Awk,t. 11 ":,,,-:,"'7,7'$ ,,, .,
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boat ',---1, if you still have the can.; ,....1 if: s'"':'"r:'.4-t ,::,,,t,,i,:;;;;0,,,,,,,,,,,,sw, ,
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-. '' Then,, one': ,by one, the. :crew ".,, .0.44N .:J .-,, ,-
' : -' initst.'clatiaber. hack into' the boat, ,,,,,, , ,. ,
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'.'.-. ,: while' .tbe -' boa lb --.the ..,,, water it.t,, I ''',,
' steadi'it First 'the hew 'and stern V ',..., ,......'''is-:',,' we ..?: ,,,,,,,, w -. :
. ,,,
,., men take ,turns stretching out -on
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: the Water's tulle& and tring .to :;:';'1:. '- ',,7 47 0,-wl,. ;-', ,?r,,- ots,...,.
, -- roll into the boat 1--..-! have chi plOne il-, 1 40- 4;.:.---..'-i
, ,.. ...., t,-'N ,,, :, : ...l' :1,
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'''. .-,: ',,. anything like .11iii latolY91: .:' S',". :, ,, ,,,c. ,,,,.. . -.... 1 7
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, ,Then,',the tyro Middle 'inen toll '',,,,,, ..,,, :4,:,;,:,,,,,, :. .:.i.,,,!.7-,,4,,,-,, .....-
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7 - 7' tie': The, last boy ia: the 'critical : ,'-':rt-,:,..,0,wt,,,;,,,,e ? : --,,,,,,,i14,;,,......,.
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,-: - .one,peciuse, no one IS in thelva. :.; ii':,:- 3tt-'
-' ,- ter', teadying :the:,.craff,' Ile !',Vay- :,,, ?": '',104:',d,"'' ,,,,,
,.,,
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:: easily,',-tip the'-- boat ',too far-and -iri ,,.-!.:,...,: ,,.,,,.,,,,-;1,40 ,,,,,,,:,,
...,:.i..,,....,,0:,:.,
. ' there. -mi.,. go again, :,- ": !-....; : ,, ,ig-,:;'.'v:::- ;-'7,77,01:0- : 2,1. 'ifi4:''k' ::..: : : .1, --
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,'.;-, Itt Silini trenia- the helmsitian Is '--:.,-,..,,,004,0,o, 00,,:::;''''0.0;,..,,,:-,,,,,"( ..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,;,4 ,:, mi,,,,, -!,..,,I
.,,,,
., '', thelast oho in'. Ile' con eliaily take ,,,..,. .. ;- : .00,0'.'f.',..',,:,;,.:'',.7,r,',-,ly', ,,,,-,., -,,
' '- : the'stettlf:linder as : '' he ,--; climbs.. 40,0w.t:.,,-",-..1 .,,:.-.,:, .::;::,$.:,:r.t,...,. ,,... -,-,,,, .,,,,,, ,,
,-,:w: .:,: ,,
' :' '' aboard:".' -: : ''' '"; ''-'-; -,L,,,',',,;,,..-,'''' ,.."-',','.71';::,-';t4!:-f ::.;.:,,.: , ,, .:; :1
....,.: : ,- .- There ',can't -be, 'any'. lo,sedmotinn ii,..!..,-,:;, ......,:4,,.:,:,-..,':,,:-,'-,,.,,,,,,,, -..:,:::,,,.,,;:::::.:-.5
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' : ' When' the ',boat' -4Vraitips.:; :Every -.4.,-w.,:::ii-s, ,;.",-1, ;,,,,:,,,,, )-, ?,,,:,,,;:,,.:::
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. ,,,,,,,,,,.::: ,,-e
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...z, Irian must -go, t",'NWOrk-at lonet2-i-t .,.:,:,,.:,,i',i:;":7;',,,,:..','-'4?:': ,.,-.'zI.,.i,::::',,:..;,,',:.::1,,,;ri,,6,,,... . . : . .,,.. ,: ... ,, .., ,,. ,, !:. ,.! .. .., 1 , 4.,,,,,,,,, ,,, 2. ..,, ,,, :...,,,,,,.:.., .,, .,,,,,,,, , .,:,
; .. -' gear secured, boat sloshint: Vack "-- ,...?-.- : ,' ,:, :I-, ..,..- i .;,. ".',,t ':, ;T,f,,..:..-,.:,- '..,;".,',-.'-';,....,!:',,i1,:-?', 7..;.-',,,, ''';"-;':;, ,.. 'k -,, ': : : : ' ;I c
, and -fortherewmen rolling 4,back ''.-,:, ,.!' -,e,..- -,- , :.., t .....
abeard-if at all nosible;'-,' you - - r.
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' -- Mild' its, te. be ',beck it,tbe; beat CATECO CREWS in the Pedro. MigUel Ineks tied up to the Panama Canal launch ihearivater.ifor.thelockage..In the: rear of he them, ,
. l 4
' '''',' and'beat and padding sgainwith-' her. their lockmata the Guatemalaif.-Registered ,;:.C, ofistitution IS secu,,r,e,d; ,. :. --. , -, ,3, , ,, ',1,'N!
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..,... 47, -7 :. .,, ..",:.,,,k,....4.4,-40)'"-: w7go,-71, or 74.0., ,,,,,, .4 ",,to loc-ii-0- 4.. A,00.- N.,.; 4"" ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..4.,,41.,, : ...N,.0,,,,44z ,g, 1, ,-
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HE tAYUCO CREVVS line' tiP deep'down in the Miratioree. lock chamber for the-final surge toward the Pacific ocean, the last day of the coast to coast classic.
(US Nail Photo)
heir objective eves the NavY pier at Fort Amador.

, ,
Waves or even 'the wake of a pass pass,
, pass,
- in& MOtOr boat. - -.,. .. ,..-
The crew must sit in exact ball,
'nee always. 'When one boy shifts;
the others must smoothly ease
Over- to counter him, or, the boat
trill take in water and swanip.
, The helmsman he must use
pis paddle to,steer ,,-. has to sit
- t as far iti the-sterrr of the
aft 'tia. posible in order to keep
F
a craft on course with the least
Sluinges.
But I he Misjudges and sits' too
far aft the stern Will did Un UnOer
Oer UnOer water, and the boat swamps
again. . '
Also,' the helmsman 'must pad pad-
- pad- ale With-the crew ai well aa
steer. Be may not simply' hold
his blade in the water.
' Yet, in his position,', if he leans
out too far. to one side; he will
tip the ,craftand there you go
again.
What happens when the boat
swamps? It simply settles ttn-,
dor tho water and very likely
doss not overturn you can
continue to float in tho cayuco,,
but youira not going any play.
Then -ft's. every boy ever the
side,,and bail out. Someone' has to
remember dto catch all the. pad
ales, lifejackets', and canteens be,
fore., they float- away. ...,.. .-a ..--,
., If you had a lunch in the imiat,
It's probably gone, -Loose- shoea
May sink or float-, awaytatch
pur spare shirt or trousers as
they go by, , t, .',
:' lope you had -Your bailing esn,
tied on. with e string. Otherwise
it hat 'already, gone -straight to
. the bottom. ,,
, Bot titne's awastitg, there's
a race n Nhow de you bail out.
, the boatr '' ' :-
The fastest way 'is to rock the
boat ,violently from side tb side
or slide it rapidly-back and forth
--trInding water all the time., You
Use Vie Can to ac0013 OK the last
of the water' after you're in the
boat '---T if you Still have the can.
Then, one by one, the. creW
; must clamber back into' the boat;
, while the' boa hi the.. water ,.
steadi'lt. First the bow and stern :
men take turns stretching out on
the Water's surfaee and trying to
roll into the boat 1.-,- have you done
anything like tbi latoln '', '1;. .,
' Then the two Middle 'Men roll
' In: The' last boy is the 'critical
' one...because, po one IS in neva.' 1
,- ter Steadying 'the .craff: Ile Tmay
easily' tip the boat Joe' farand
'there pit go again, -...; ...
,'.'-, It some crews- the helmsman is
. the last one in'. Ile' can -easily take
the'stern; tinder as 'he climbs
' aboard. : ,..,-';--. .,..-- .,,
., There Can't -be, 'any' lostdmotinn
' when' the ', boat' Isivaitips,' : Every
' man Must -ge t,Nwork at "tuice,,,,
-- gear secured, boat sloshing Vack
- and forthcrewmen rolling -back'
abeardif at all oosible,'-' you
must try te be 'back in, the boat
, and 'boat and padding againwith:

in two 'minutes., -' I
, ,
deliberaielr swamp ntany times
ourtog prgcLAL.:, 4..... ,,
drill pat. ,,
To handle a real rating cayuco
requires a skillful crew. Some of
the linest looking, sleekest boats
can not keep in tne race if their
crews do not have enough experi experience.
ence. experience. i '
A somewhat wider boat is a
little easier to handle. In fact, a
1
well-trained crew In a- wider
possible heavier cayuce do bet:
, ter than a lesser trained team
(Continued on rage 5):

CAYUCO CREWS in the Pedro Miguel locks tied up to the Panama
her. their lockmate the Guatemalan:Registered Constitution la
, s ,Seaday America!) urplement',

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MORALE IS STILL HIGM'amOng the erew of Po st 20's boat No. 1 as they paddle swiftly past the
' jungle. A. spare paddle' in the bow le insurance against an emergency. Broken paddles are a cont.
mon misha. wog

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Canal launch shearwater ifor the
secured;
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lockage, In the rear of the champ,
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Exit
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By Austin Tappan Wright

Cam and Bos are Om's children
But they are no greater than-we,
We, men. walkers .on the ground,
Fons of Om.

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Cnt is good to as if we are good to Cam
And serve him by our brows and our strength.
Bos is good to lig if we are good to Bos,
HiS creatures will serve us. carry ug. and food us.
Do not kneel down while the harvest is waiting
Or lb? ox unfed.

1):. not seek the priest or preacher
Whet; the field is yellow before yoer door.
And your horses have fled to the hills.
The priest will give You words
Or liquor from his bottle
Or bread from his box.
What also will the priest do for you
While your grain burns in the sun
And your horses are fallen in the rivers?
Or! frowns in the clouds,
l',.aps in the lightning.
Pis charia rolls over the floors of thesky
Om's shoulders pre the mountains,
ones voice is in the wind.
priert gathccv tqlq Men:
They quake in his house.
am in the field hefcre the rain
I pni r.ekinsi my iterv in tho hills.
T1- eat- ef Her pnd rnm await me.
)4 eot Islearien
T mrn .-.."-Iker on the ground.
Fon ef Om!

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OM cannot be seen with eyes
Nor heard with ears
Nor felt with the hand.
Om is great because Om
is what man cannot understand.
There is misery in what men cannot understand.
There is also happiness.
There are terrors.
There Is brightnes.
Om Is misery. happiness, terror, brightness:
The goodress and evil of men
Is of their own making.
They are the rulers of the kingdom of right and wrong.
In that kingdom Om does not rule.
Does Om bid' you do evil?
Doe Ombid vou do good?
Evil and Good are alike to Oml
Co not to Om for guidance in pstty matters.
But it is well for men to sit in the halls of Om
And, so sitting. to be lost in his darkness
Or, so silting. to be dazzled by his brightness,
And to know that Om is.

Editor's Note: A steadily cireulating movel since Ito publicatiom
11 years ago is the story a llslandia," a mythical kingdom la
the southern hemisphere. Austin Tappan Wright's long pattern
of a way of life different from eirs, yet human, has come in
lot active revaluation la tke rocket age with Interplanetary tra travel
vel travel a possibility. His poem about OBI, the God of Islandians, sp spears
ears spears in the introduction.

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WASHINGTON Spe" aker- Sam
layburn is not 'averse to a bour bouron
on bouron aad branch water. but there
s nothing, he dislikes,--more than
isscessive drinleing,;,
Right now he is determined to
enact a bill banning the sale of
alcoholic drinks on, the eommer eommerdal
dal eommerdal airlines. Most ,cit his con;
gressional colleagues, however.
'don't know whatkis behind, his
crusade. Here is,, what happened.
Rayburn was pestered by a
drunk while flying:back to Wash Washington
ington Washington freitarTexas' recently.
As Sam txplainect to a friend:
"This fellow was already "flying'
when he sat, down beside, me be before
fore before the plane even took off. By
the time he was served two more
big drinks he was really, in high
gear. Unfortunately, he recogniz
ed me and began yelling in any
ear about what was wrong with
Congress.
"Of course, I couldn't get a away
way away from him up in that air airplane.
plane. airplane. He al.so bothered other
oassengees. It was one of the
most unpleasant trips I 'have el.
er experienced:"
When the Speaker arrived
Washington he lost sno tame seek seeking
ing seeking out the ;chairman of the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Committee, Rep.
Oren Harris of Arkansas.
"Oren, isn't it about time you
reported out' that airplane drink
ing lilt?", he demanded.
Harris has been wasting no
time acting on the suggestion.
The anti-snifter measure, which
le supported by most airline pi pilots
lots pilots and stewardesses, in addi addition
tion addition to Rayburn, should be re reported
ported reported soon for House action.
-LEE AND ABE LINCOLN
Over an early, breakfast eaten
behind closed doors, South Caro Carolina's
lina's Carolina's Dixiecrat Sen. Strom Thur Thurmond
mond Thurmond drew a spiritual lesson the
other day from the two -great
leaders of the ctvil war--Ronert
E. Lee of the South and Abra Abraham
ham Abraham ,Lincoin of the North.
Thurmond spoke to a handful
of senators who meet privateiy
each Wednesday morning to wor,
ship together. What is sasd at
their prayer, breakfast is kept be-twee's,
them and their 'Maker.- No
senator attends for -the politiml
good' it might do hiee back home homeHowevete,
Howevete, homeHowevete, Thurmond's. remarks
so Impressed, his listeners that
this writer would like,' to report
the highlights.

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". "As Lincoln In the North would
- likely-have, done bed he lived,
the :wounds' of t war," -said Thor Thor,
, Thor, mond.' ttOir manr occasions, un un's
's un's happy, disillusioned Southerners
, attempted to get fuel for biller biller'
' biller' 'less from him.
" 'But:General Lee, did psi'
never feel anY bitterness toward
the North?' one such Southern Southerner
er Southerner asked him.
"His answer came in riaet
tones: belive I may say, ickik
jog into my own heart and speak speaking
ing speaking in the presence of God, mat
I have never known one momtnt
of bitterness or resentment.'
The Dixiecrat senator, tv hos e
stern face but gentle manner
have characterized him in the
Senate, spoke of Lee's humility.
In an earlier talk to the prayer
group, he described L in col n's
faitheven though in some parts
of the South praise of Linco'n is
not popular.
LEE'S HUMBLENESS
Of Lee, ThUrmond declared:
"The more one studies the titer titeracter
acter titeracter of Robert Edward
seeking to probe -As depths, dig digcover
cover digcover its ultimate touchstone and
' secret, the more one is, convinc convinced
ed convinced that the doundation of 'Ake
- man's Whole nature was a deep
religieus humility. 4
"He was a greaesoldier and a
great strategist. But, more Im Important,
portant, Important, -he was humble. Humili Humility
ty Humility enab'ed him t9 get the maxi.
mum effort from his men, and
this humbleness made him a
, saint in the eyes of hismen.
"As Lee,rode-by a campfire,
a Confederate private remarked:
'Well, boys, the rest of us may
' have developed from monkeys,
but I tell you only God Almighty
eould make ik man like Marse
Rpbertl
After Lee's sad surrender,
Thurmond told hoy he accepted
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, "The salary was td be $15111
annually,"- reported Thurmond
"if funds were availableHe ac
eepted this position only after ex
plaining to the tiiistees his
ous doubts as to whether be toolit
do full justice' to, the job-
"In taking over the administi'a administi'ation
tion administi'ation of war-torn Washington Col College,
lege, College, Lee first built a chapeL
He lived but fiVe years after tak taking
ing taking the oath of Presidency; yet
his vigor, claritY of vision, and
wisdom of policy in these few
years earned for him and his col college
lege college a position la the history of
American education."
Summarizing, Thurmond declu declued:
ed: declued: "As the worshipped leader
of i defeated epople, Lee :it'd
his head high and set out to give
an -example to his people.
was his simple humility and hum humbleness
bleness humbleness of character which set
him apart, ahead and above his hisfellow
fellow hisfellow men."
PRAISES LINCOLN
Of Lincoln, the Sznator earlier
said: "He was always a goodl

According to the Crreek leg legend,
end, legend, Prosperpina in jealousy'
turned her beautiful rival
Mintha into the herb mint.
Spearmint, peppermint, berga bergamot,.
mot,. bergamot,. sage, catnip and penny- 1
roYal ate varieties of mint.
Commontv- the term mint is
applied principally to pepper peppermint
mint peppermint and spearmint.
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his mother, he promised Jier; 2:(
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lid be kept that,pledge to ,,bis
eatit, His strongest-profanity-, If
'on Wish to ca'd it that, 'was Ida
!se of the"phrase, 'By ling.' His,
tonesty was legendary, its was
.1111 Idadness.,,
'Me was, a, great and good
Me Studied -God's word
And tried to aPPly it to his own
life Ma, Brialy, it becalm the :4
foundation for a strong and ow owshakable
shakable owshakable faith. The evidence
clearly sbows that Abraham Lin Lincobs
cobs Lincobs believed In God, in Christ,
in the Bible, in praver,, in duty,
and In immortality."
'Mese words esme from the
Southit candidate for PresIdent
in the 1948 election.

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TODAY James B. Conant.

The first thing a high' Odell Y
equipment owner generally snows
oil is his,spesker system.
This is natural, because that's
where the MUSIT COIlleS out and
if it isn't up to par; it doesn't
make -any difference how,good
rest of the sys em is.
And, generally it is, where the
high fidelity lieener bas put most
of his equirtment money.
A speaker hat been compared
to a pump and is i' motr and
both comparisons aro reasonably
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A speaker acts like a pump in
'hat the variations it makes in
the air pressure on- the ear drums
is what the brain identifies as
sound. And in the sense that a
loudspeaker cone convertes eletri eletrical
cal eletrical energy into motion, it is a mo motor.
tor. motor. The in and out movement of a
speaker cone is caused by tbe in interaction
teraction interaction between a permanent
magnet aid a voice coil attached
to the amplifier of a hi-fi system.
Electrical impulses from the am
plifier set up a magnetic field in
the voice coll. This field, depend dependinE
inE dependinE upon the impulse& fed into it,
either attracts or repels tbe per-.
maned magnet's field.
It it. arse's' it, the speaker
cone goes one way. If it repels it,
the cone goes the other. Moving
out, the speaktm cone compresses
a;r. Movbruin, it 'I's a tendenty
to leave a "bole" la the air.

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er cone:will move ea. 1,000 times
and in 1,000 times a second;
This frequent variation in pres-
sure en a parson's ear drums
is Mut causes him te hear ts.
1,600-cycle-per-second note.,
The high no.es come from near
the mate; of the, cone and,the low
notes irom the edges. It, doesn't
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notet. It takes i little More to
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make notes of 30 ot 40 tps.
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speakirs that tr.,,y, to cover the
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15,000,or 16,000 vrith a sin-
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be:ween the Motiong required to
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quired required to prckiuee a low note.
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systems have at least two kinds
of speakerswoofers and tweet- A
srs and simetimes-miti-ranes,
speakers aS well.
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the impulses from the amplifier
and passes 'hem to the proper
spaker: woofer, tweeter or mid-
range. The woofer reproduces )0W
notes; the midrange sptsker
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"Winns Fountainhead of Luxu Luxus.
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A survey just made showed
dents studying the restaurant ho hotel
tel hotel field have an average wage
msn fsraadiumatoisntg 05$10,50mOorae ytehaarn.
graduate engineers get. Louis
XIV of France ordered the name
Of the chef on the menu he creat created.
ed. created. .Because coffee was tho-hht
to have been brewed by Satan,
Pope Clement a
cier) baptized the brew and Jam Jamclaimed
claimed Jamclaimed it a truly Christian
drink. .The World Trade Show
opening at the Coliseum tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow will have on display some
treats which include lizard and
alligator eggs from The West In Indies,
dies, Indies, fried parrots frozen from

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A survey just made showed stu- '
The French Army Manual dur-1
lents studying the restaurant ha-
ing itthe :N,apooleonic wbarsd carried
lel field have an average wage
nifoanifebrubabo,. on Ihhee
mosn traadiumatoisntg 05$10,50mOorae ytebaarb.
ascnalp restore
Romans considered eel the queen
graduate engineers get. Louis
of luxury. Apicus, the no,ed
lUNT ot France ordered the name
ourmet, liked his eels served
If the chef on the menu he creat- g
with a sauce made of pepper,
ed. Recause coffee was thwhht
alisander. patsley seed, honey, dill
to have been brewed by Satan,
vinegar, garum, mustard, nand
Pope Clement Vill a i.,.......
cooked !wine. '',A handbill distri
cier) baptized the brew and Jiro
claimed it a truly C h r i s t i a n buted in England announced- it
new beverage as "A simple and'
drink. .The World Trade Show
opening at the Coliseum tomor innocent thing which quickens the
row will have on display some spirits and makes the heart light
treats which include lizard and SOMe. It Is good against sore eyes
alligator eggs from The West In- -Rnd pevents miscaying in child
dies, fried parrots frozen from bearing women." The magic brew
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Mexico, and smoked camel from was coffee.
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Spain is,from bulls that popular k
matadors have killed. -.A popu-'
lar dish in Brazil is cadad Olho
Sogna. Tsanslated it means
"eye of Ow mother-in-law" and
"'- it's fuffscl prunes. .1.90 million.
sandwichos a day aro consumsd
In the Llnitad States. Arche Arche.
. Arche. ologists recently traied th
la to the Hstaws, dating back
to 200 B. C.. The ancostor of
the pizza was tho matzoslhe
Jewish unisavened bread. Rom Roman
an Roman soldiss occupying Pahastino
hopped up Ow matzos with o ive
oil and cheese, turning 'it into
' a pizzawhich means pie.
The Thailand gov't, which ba3 a
' booth at the World Trade Fair,
will hava on exhibit a pair of
chopsticks valued at $1,000,000.
They are plain wood, Nit 131,( r:a
used them. .0ne of the things
Cleopatra ruled Anthony with was
"" lettuce-;-a dish Romans Ohn't
' know. Late it was uset in Rome

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or- medicinal pm-poses and flany
writes that a wet of lettuce saveu
4nip,o Augustus life.f .The
word "tip", comes trom a recept receptcie
cie receptcie tavens many
iears ago vita the letters rixe
it It meant "to inZis Ute prompt promptnese
nese promptnese The first restaurant this coun
,ry to hay. a charge account wks
Delmonice's, wnere favored pa
&tons were given gold coms with
a "D on it. It served the same
purpose as a Diner's Club Card...
Henry III of France introduced
the tork to society. Previously, E Erasmus,
rasmus, Erasmus, ths Dutc savant, -WOW
a primer on manners where, he
warned society ladies- not to lick
their fingers while eaUng but to
use napkins for that purpose. .11e .11efore
fore .11efore anyone could approach the
mpeo in ancient China, lie was
required to chew clovei as a
breath sweetener. witiaric;min the
year 408 A. D.,- demanded 3,00u
pounds of pepper as a portion of
the ransom oi Home.

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The most papv.ar dish in Ame America
rica America (according to a survey bY
Charles Snithow, Prosidont
World Trado Fair) is hot clogs,
and at tho recont InternatiOnak
Oil Show, almost ono million wore
consumod. lust in cos 100
liko honey thore aro over 250,-
000,000,000 boos in the United
States. It takes 50.000 te 75.000
boos to produco a pound of ho hoboy
boy hoboy ..0. Honry liked his
stooks as. Ho once wale,
"Tho cif fo vowing a
steak is select you steak with witha
a witha vey hot kitchen.'

France (which they got from G2T G2Tmany)
many) G2Tmany) Louis XVI sported a po
tato Howe in his buttonhole and
Marie Antoinette wore the blos blossoms
soms blossoms in her coiffure. ,One Vine
cent Holt had a book publisticd
.n 1885 entetled "Why Not Eat,
Insects?". Marie Antoinette ne never
ver never said "Let them eat cake
It was a Franch princens and she
"Let them eat brioche"which is
white bread. in Northern Abys Abyssinia
sinia Abyssinia it is considered socially in
correct to be seen eating, so if
the natives are camping out they
cay ,aheet which they dine un under...The
der...The under...The largest collection of cafe
expresso machines in the world
(5,000) will be shown at ths Fair
Th?y cost from $2.98 to one f
$15,000.

Heny VII evenival y became
so fat that he had to be pushed
round on a .thei. Canaus,
King of Athens, was the first
men in recorded history to mix
wine and wee and it cost him
his life. A flood came during
his reign and the people claimed
he angered the godse off with
his head. .Soldies stated eat.
ing peanuts during the Civil War
thus popularizing them. .The
word 'restaurant" in the litis
and Illth Centuries was French
descriptive for soup whickeloc
tors of the day claimed had
greet rejuvenating power. los
1765 an sating place was opened
in Paris for the express otorpoo4
cof eying the wend Hal and
called itseff a restaurant.

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WASIIINGTOINI OKA) Sen
Stuart Symington (D-Mo.)
that one of -his favorite mottoe:
was displayid in the office of thi
late Charles F.,. Kettering, tam
General Motors inventor:
read: :'The greatest incentive tf,
sound thought is'ithe sheriff."'
Genial Malayan Ambaesad-oil
tin Isiah Kamil tossed a party
for the press recently and num numduced
duced numduced reporters to his wife's
cooking.
The meal, which Mrs. Kamii
spent all day preparing, COniist COniisted
ed COniisted of Malaya's most exotic dish dishes.
es. dishes. Favorite was inutaba, a thick
pastry loaded with chopped Deer,.
' onions and spices.
Served with this was roti ja jalah,
lah, jalah, delicious laced pancake
that's Made by crisscrossing delicate-
strips of pastri which Me
about the width of thin noodles.
The pancakes were covered with
chicken curry.
But it wasn't until the all-A
merican dessert was served that
guests really began to gorge
themselves.
After ,scorching their insides
with the extra-bot curry sauce,
nobody Seemed able to get e enough
nough enough of the cold vanilla ice
,crea m.
1
lee ,croam was also used as an
internal salve at the lavish wing wingding
ding wingding tossed by Japanese Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Keichiro Asakai to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the emperor's birthday.
, At this party the scorcher was
Japanese horseradish, which is
regarded by victims as the hot hottest
test hottest food on earth..
The Japanese call it tempura.
One guest, however, who got a
headache and left early alter
tastin-g too much, dubbed it "fallout."

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German Defense Misniter Franz
Ioset Strattss got a medal whi
made him a citizen of Chicago
when ,he visited there on his in inspection
spection inspection of 1.1.S military install installations.
ations. installations. Strauss, while in Washing Ism,
Said he was also an honorary ci citizen
tizen citizen of Smyrna, Turkey. That
gives him the right to take part
in local Turkish elections.
Strauss said he hoped that the
Chicago medal gave him the
same privilege. For he'd like no.
,thing better than to return to the
Windy City sometime and take
part in one of its stormy politi political
cal political battles.

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Ons of tha jobs of Pentagon re-.
search and development experts
is to find military use for off offbeat
beat offbeat gadgets.
Recently an amateur inventor
submitted some hollow, plastic
balls that fascinate them. The
balls are breakable and come in
saveral sizes.
One deep thinker explains: "A
cocktail party bartender could in inject(
ject( inject( liquor into them with a hypo hypodermic
dermic hypodermic needle. When he fixed
you a drink. he could also hand
you snveral loaded balls to nut
in your pocket.

Histoire Geierale des Resaturants
de France which was published
in 2G.S9; Owner cheftwit tells us,
would sit in front of the door and
shout their wares, like a sircus
!I41e does today. "He dines at
home who eats here. Hot breads.
hot herrings, white wine from Nart
donne, hate insed wine, and good
wine. ed arid white o Bodeaux
in furbarrelsr One restaurant
owner even went as far as hiring
a juvaler to stand in front of his
establishment and attract aten",-1
by Moding bells and Indian
clubs. His -tomrtitor across the
street immediatelv hired an acro acrobat
bat acrobat to Stand on his hands and do
somersaults. Thus, the first night
hows wee pesented out outsiee
siee outsiee the restaurant. It was Vic Victor
tor Victor Borve who conceived of cross
ing an Idabo notPto with a blth
,sponoe. He later said: "It tasted
terrible hat look at all the gravy
it holds.

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"From then-on you could fix The gorgi
our own drinks -by simply showgirl is
eacking the balls like you would Her height
, n egg., ,, -, , lnches whe,

Of course a would only be
teeful for people who want their
quor on the rocks. But since'
he bar would be lest crowded,
mys like me, who drink denim denim:ies
:ies denim:ies wouldn't have to wait so
;ong to be served,"
Meanwhile, -the -search for a
military use goes' on.

A reporter remarked to three
long young martini-sipping French
diplomats that they looked hyp hypnotized.
notized. hypnotized. "We're contemplating the -need
for a Summit meeting, one of
them replied.
Turned outthat "The Summit"
is the nickname they have giv given
en given to Flame Restaurant waitass
Sherry Klerk.

POPULAR

NEW YORK (UPI) Hofly.
wood often has dubbed in the
voices for actors and Actresses
who can't sing -but United Artists
insists Marilyn Monroe doesn't
need a musical stand-in.
Thus Miss Monroe proves sbe
is a woman of many talents in
"Some Like It Hot." The sound.
track (United Artists UAL-404)
presents Marilyn in three songs
that are high spots of the film.
Best of them is .1'1 Want to
Be Loved." Marllyn's volc
though much less staggenng
than her other attributes, ooz oozes
es oozes sex and she is no way lots
down tho composers of a great

song.
Even without Marilyn, the re recorded
corded recorded sound track would be
worth adding to the collection
mainly of Mat'y Malneck and his
Orchestra.
"Porgy and -Bess," which soon
will ,be seen in the movies around
the country, already has become
the vehicle for many LP's.
Mast interesting among those
aro "Milos Davis -- Porgy and
Boss" (Columbia CL-1274), a
laza gem, "Pearl Bailey Sings
Porgy ar;s1 Boss and Otheor
Gorshwins Melodies" (Roulotto
R-25063), ono of Poarles beet
forts, and "'nal-up-tants! Selec Selections
tions Selections from Porgy and Bess
and Showboat" by Eric Stool
and his Orchestra (Morcury
M0-20394).
&Dittoed singls"Cerveza" by
Bert Kimpfert and his Orches Orchestra"
tra" Orchestra" (Demi 9-30800), "Golden
Rule of Love"' by Scott Engel
(Orbit R-537t, "One Blade of
Grass" byJerry Wright (F-reedom
F 4408), "Rock A Doodle
Reveille" by Le Roy and Wally
(Carlton 500).
LP of the Wok o n o)
"Glow Wi h the Mills Brothers"
(Decca DL-11827). lamed vocal
team in a 'reprise of some of their
hits 'such as "The Glow Worm"
and "How Blue?"
LP of thte Wook (Stereo)"Ste (Stereo)"Stereo
reo (Stereo)"Stereo Concert" by the Kingston
Trio (Capitol ST-1183). a live
recording of a concert by the
trio that rockeied to promtnence
with "Tom Dooley."
For Colloctors"The Immortal
Parry Lauder" (RCA Camden
4'79), a transfer of 78's to a low
nrice LP of the songs that made
the great Scotsman and histori historiesti
esti historiesti figure in en'ertainment;, and
"A 13,ckward Glance Tommy
owl Jimmy 'Dorsey" (Riveraide
12-834). a selection of recording
motif! from--1924 to 1920 by the
brothers and other ton flight
mitsic'strit .114 ee Red Nichols
and Freddie Cusick.

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The gorgeous ex Las Vegas
showgirl is teet, 2 inches
Her height jumps another two
inches when she puts on It g
heels.

Peel McBride, assistant to Sen.
Robert Kerr '0)-Ok las), shocked
friends when he announeed:,'

tRobert Kerr was kidnapped, 4
beaten up and locked in a slut.
A searching party found him and
took him home.'
"Is the senator okay?" a star startled
tled startled woman asked.
"Oh, the senator is fine," -McBride
r2plied. "But my 2-year-
old son, Robert Kerr McBride, Is
a bit shaken and battered.
He escaped from our backyard
yesterday and encountered a pair
of devilish 4-year-olds two blocks
away. They worked him over
and locked him in ,their playhouse."

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NEW YORK (UPI) RCA Vic Victor
tor Victor has resumed making records
with the islaional Symphony of
Washington, D.C. It's a gain for
records, pow that Howard Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, a sensitively discerning mu musician,
sician, musician, is the orchestra's conductor.

The first record of what it IS
hoped will be a series, is of Di DiShos:akovitch's
Shos:akovitch's DiShos:akovitch's Fifth Sym Symphony,
phony, Symphony, which under Mitchell's
baton, has more impact and
more musical meaning for these
Western ears than it ever had
before.

That may be because the
Fifth, which dates from 1937,
Is now so familiar as music
that you no longer try to fit it
in with its strange sub tit e,
'A Soviet artist's creative re.
ply to lust criticism."
If you forget the sub-tille, you
realize the music is creative but
non-political, (RCA Victor -1241
7385).

But the composer is now far-
removed from his Fifth, compos composed
ed composed in the days of Stalin. Tills
fact is most evident in his llth
Symphony which had I's first
psaying in 1957 and now h3s had
its econd fuJI recording by a
Western orchestra under a West Western
ern Western conductorthe French Nal ion.
al Radio Orchestra, Andre Cluy Cluytens,
tens, Cluytens, conducting (Angel-3586i.
The composer spared no hors horses
es horses On this one. Two disks :re
reeded. which makes for a lot ot
listening. Again the sub-ti le con
fuses the Western mind. It is
"1905." referring to a massr,ere
of would-be pe'itioners of the
Czar.
Of this la:est recording of
the llth, Olt you can say is
that it is not as tedious a lis listening
tening listening exprience as the first
Viell
Time works for a composer of
Shostakovitehis orginality Maybe
the lith recording of the lltb
1Symphony will be a major expe experience.
rience. experience. took at Richard Strauss
and bis "Also Sprach Zarathus Zarathustrio,
trio, Zarathustrio, ,
In a bzilliont new recording by
tbs Berlin Philharmonic under
Kari Bohm, 'it has the classical
ring (Decca-7999).
A generation or so ago peoPle
wondered if it had more bonsai
ty than profundity. Now it seems
profound, st least in a small
way.

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BOATS in the cayuco race pass navigation markers alont the bank of the canal as thok pretend to be big- ships transiting the ganal.

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SECOND PLACE WINNERS Balboa Post No.
Adm. George H. Wales, right, vice president lit
Legion Club victory dinner following the annual
right): Michael Williams, Herbert Prescott, Ted
Searcy, Sr., as advisor, the new explorer unit is
boa. The crew completed the course in 8 hours,
No. 20 was fifth with 9 hours, 11 minutes aid 37

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20, boat No. 1 receive their pennant from Rear,
the Canal Zone Scout Council, at the American
cayuco race. Receiving the award are (left to
Bembenek, Jr., and John Searcy. With John
sponsored by St. Mary's' Catholic Church in Bal,
9 minutes and 35 seconds. Boat No.' 2 from Post
, seconds. (US Navy Photo)

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BOAT No. 2 OF utISTOBAL'S Sea Explorer Ship No. 9 came in third across the finish line in the
coast to coast race this year with a hours, 29 minutes and 15 seconds:Rear Adm, George H. Wales
(extreme right) awarded the distinctive streamer to crewmen (left to right) Paul Ebdok Walter
Woodruff, John Manning and Irl Sanders; and their unit advisor, Capt. T. E. Browk The ship is
sponsored by the Canal Zone Pilots' Association of Cristobal, Young Ebdon was a member of the
Ship 9 crew which won fast year's event, --, (IJS Navy Philto).

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of koys In the narrowest racer.
Ishis Matter what the size or
width of the boat, no ciew can lif lif'fOrd
'fOrd lif'fOrd to relax. The widest, most
buoyant seeming tub may be easi easily
ly easily swamped by a few minutes
carelessness on the part of one
boy.
An actual swamping during- a
race quickly shows which -boys
have maurity and leadership.
They are the ones who try tO get
the boat back in the race.
Others AO still have childish
traits splash water 'on their crew crewmates,
mates, crewmates, giggoe and generally play
about before getting down to
helping with the boat.
There is the little matter of sit sitting
ting sitting in your soakect shirt and
trousers, with walfr varishing in
your shoes as you paddle hart to
get back in the race.
You hope that the sun will drit
out your clothes, but you may sit
in wet, dragging clothes for as
much as six hours be'fore you
reach the finish line for the day.
If you are not soaked through
in a swamning you may very well
be caught in one or even or thre3
rainfalls during the race,.
Change of clothing is quite a
problem, If you carry extra
clothes In the cayuco they may
'overload the boat And probably
will get from shinning 'water or a
rain. It is normal for several inch inches
es inches of water to be sloshing about
In the bottom of the boat.
Tf youlte lucky The adult leader
will arrange some way of car carrying
rying carrying a small bag oeclothing and
toile' articles for you. IP he is
riding a launch along the race

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course be will try to carry the
bags with him.
A leader with several'crews
the race looks like a lop-sided Sag,.
ta Claus as he staggers onto et
off a launch with his Wad of bags.
Also, the leader finds it advie advieable
able advieable to carry your wallet ftir you.
Nothing like a good dunking in the
Canal' to fix up your wellet 1,
its pictures and-bills.
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The best way to understand the
situation of a cayuco crewman le ,,
to scat yourself In your bathtub
or shower stall, dressed in sloes,
long trousers and shirt, and a at
of Ptime kind. Sit with your lege
straight in front of you and with
your back straight up. ,
,
Or, you might' wedge a thin
board in the sides of the tub and
sit ola that; or try kneeling. Now.
take a broomstick and begin to
paddle as fast as you cankeep tt
up rhythmically for six hours.
The best average better than
five miles an hour. If you were oft
foot, this would be a trotso to
achieve this speed you mist pad pad1,11e
1,11e pad1,11e continously at a fast clip.
There is little opporiunily to re relax.
lax. relax.
Now, turn on the water and
drench yourself well. Wallow
about in the water before you let
run out and begin paddling
again.
- Turn on your sun lampwork
up a good heat. The ideal is to be
Kentinued en Page 1)

ALBROOK EXPLORERS of Air Squadron Ws boat .3 lead over beat No. tot Post No. 3, Balboa as.they drive past Paralso on the third day or; the cayuco race; The
Albrook crew were Louis Marcoia, Joe Wolfe, Bob Spra gue and Pbil, Culberson. In the Balboa boat were Archie Carroll, Richard Morris,.Xen Majors and Eugene White.
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SECOND PLACE WINNERS Balboa Post No.- 20, boat No. 1 receive their pennant from Rear.f Your shoes as You paddle hart to board in the sides of ,the ,tub and
Adm. George H. Wales, right, vice president Of the Canal Zone Scout Council, at the Amteerfitcatno b k th
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Legion Club victory dinner following the annual cayuco race, Receiving the award are ( You hope that the sun will drY take a broomstick'. and begin to
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boa. The crew completed the course in 8 hours, 9 minutes and 35 seconds. Boat No.- 2 from .Post
Bal.,: in wet, dragginng clothes for as up rhythmically for six hours.
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sweating heavilyovi31 streams el year
perspiration runmng down your ymor
Wy, inside the clothes which are Yee
still wet 'from swamping. rues

Reach for a nice soggy peanut
butter and idly sandwich, if you
can separate ft from the soaked
brown bag and waxed paper.
At the end of four hours dis discover
cover discover that you have drunk all the
water in your canteen you have
two hours to go yet, and there
can't be any more to think until
you get to shore.
The sensation will be greater
If you can arrange to have blister blistered
ed blistered hands for the start of the day
and bring them along to a nice
ripening as You paddle.
If at all possible Iry to arrange
for a cramp. This adds l'st to the
experience as 3rou can field both
the cramp and the paddle.

Some 26 native boats manned
by 146 scents and explorers 14
years er more old staKed this
year from the line at Cristobal
Yacht Club on the first day's
run 0 six miles to the entrance
of the Gahm Locks.
On the next day, 26 crews were
still in the race for the 22-mile
grind from Gatun to Gamboa.
The water was markedly calm
and no hoes swamped but the
heat and lum's glare bore down.
During the aWrnoon it rained.
Despite the rigorous shifts in
weather. the CIVIVIS held up well
this year. In the 1958 race. seven
crews dropped out during the Ga-- I
tun-Gamboa lap.

The third day's race of some
miles from Gamboa through the
Pedro Miguel and Miraffores
Locks to the Navy pier at Balboa
ended up with 24 crews officially
clocked in. 'Two bad been dis distwalified
twalified distwalified because they took too
long to complete a lap.
It's tough and demanding --
some youngsters Mart ourrill
le lboys at Crisoobal's and step
mt of the lboat as young men at
lalboa, if they last but there are
stways boys who feel the chat chat11..e
11..e chat11..e of one of thft most di-fitnit
and unique sporting event in
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ONE OF THE CATUCOE heading fast for Pedro kriguelPassesTa Panama Canal tug eomktg, eautiously upstream, with a barge, Ali pilots were skirt to keep their ves vessels
sels vessels Peed, dowry. to o Ininimuns os they, passed young stere'eaytteos durimt ,tite.Soast-to toast-traco.:, : -e ,
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DRIENCIIED, lIZAT but hiunipbant the winning crew, Post KO. 3" fines' up at the
Balboa Yacht Club after lifting their prised tante from tbe water: John Turner, Robert Adams,
, Alike Budge and Edward Dolan. Last year,'Dolan tame in second with tbe;Balbost crew.,

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THE-ULTIMATE WINNER of the race boat No. 2 of Explorer Po st No. keeps up its long lead as the swew sprints past the fin
' ish line at the Pedro Miguel Locks. This' scene. featuring the'13a1 boa crew, was first played at the Gatun Locks finish line and con con,
, con, tmued at the end of each during the' three days.

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by 1116 scoots and explorers 14 :, ,, 1 -:: :;'',.:, : '',.1.,, ,a' ; 3.
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this year. In the 1958 race. seven :,
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experience as you can fight both docked in. Two bad been dis- ry .t AY f
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