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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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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Weekend Meetings

01 Hrter, Gromyko
!lay Effect Results

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GENEVA, MO? 23 (UPI)--U.S.
,,Seeretary of State Christian Her Herter
ter Herter and Russia's Andrei Gromyko
interrupted the big four weekend
recess todav for strategy moves
that may bring a break in the
east-west ice.
Herter called in U.S. Defense
Serretary Neil Mairci3 for a OP OP)leVel
)leVel OP)leVel American policy-making ses ses,;tilan4ftetzlytew
,;tilan4ftetzlytew ses,;tilan4ftetzlytew Mud !to( $otet
, ,threata against the east-West ta10.
Gromyko, meanwhile, sought 'S
"surprise' interview with West
, ,German Foreign Minister Heinrich
Von Brentano, who immediately
postponed a planned weekend 101)
to Ronm

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' I The twin moves took place a against
gainst against a background of western
hope that Soviet Premier:Nikita
Khrushchev might soon be-reaidY,'
! to make enough, at a mammon
1 belt on Berlin to win the summit
conference he wants, ,:-
1 But the latest,'KerpropAganda
:' seemed to rebuff,theke hopes
--A warning from Nikita
Khrushchev that if the Geneva
1 conference doesn't get cracking on
I, a Red dictated German peace
I treaty he will sign one unilateral unilateral,
, unilateral, ly with East Germany.
1 A Tass news agency announce announcement
ment announcement that Russia will demand ad admission
mission admission of Poland and Czechoslo Czechoslovakia
vakia Czechoslovakia here. as big four equals 'in
the very next days.'
A warning from the East Ger Geri
i Geri man Communist organ "Neues
1 "" Deutschland' that the Reds will
oppose any secret Geneva nego negotuitions
tuitions negotuitions excluding the East zone
puppets.

Baccalaureate Sunday for High
School and Junior College gra graduates
duates graduates will be held May 31 on both
sides of the Isthmus. Services for
Balboa High School graduates will
be held at 2:30 p.m. in the Diablo
Heights Theater. Junior College
graduates will attend services at
4:30 p.m. in the same theater and
Cristobal High School graduates
will have services at 5 p.m. in the
high school auditorium.
Commencement exercises will
be heldJune 1 for the Junior Col

Dulles Continues
Battle For Life
,Under Heavy Drugs
MTApitisIGTONil (UP-U-s
4olut Foster, Dunes clung tenaci tenaciously
ously tenaciously to life t9day against the rav ravages
ages ravages of cancer and penumonia.
There has been no change re rePorted
Ported rePorted in his condition by the
State 'Department. The last an announcement
nouncement announcement said the former sec secretary
retary secretary of state was weakening.
lie is under heavy sedation at
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen:

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Labor
Secretary James P. Mitchell said
today a new study of unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment underlined the need for im improved
proved improved jobless benefits and federal
aid to distressed areas.
Mitchell summed up the charts
and statistics in a 40-page Labor
Department booklet in these
words:

FOPPI DISTRIBUTION Wat'presented in advance of the open opening
ing opening of the &belie Legioni to 'Lt. Gen.. Ridgeiy Gaither, Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief Caribbean, senior eonunander of the military
forces in the area. Lynn O'Oonnea, Poppy Girl for the Amer American
ican American Legion Auxiliary, (shovm above), accompanned by her
mother and M. Blac,k, Poppy chairman, presented the poPPY
to Gaither in hie office at the unified KehlUggid kleitA..tera
Iiitant Vititibt41041116 Assni MAO

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US-Rate Pupils Make Ready
To QUit School For 3 Months

It is that time of year again.
More than 7000 students enrolled in the Canal Zone U. 8. schools mill put a a,
, a,
i,,,vay their books and swarm out of schol n ext week to begin the annual three-month
summer vacation.
Before the vacation period actually starts on June 3, secondary school and Junior
1,College students will consider such serious matters a final examinations, commence commencemetn
metn commencemetn and closing day exercises. The elemen tary pupils meanwhile will happily attend
their' last week' of classest. School will reo pen Sept. 1
'Enrollment in the Canal Zone US sihoo Is this year reached 7,104 students in all
grades from kindergarten through high sch ool.
Closing day exercises for Bal-remony will be held at 1:30 p.m. leg eand both of the high schools.
p boa and Cristobal Junior High'in the Balboa Theater and at 5 The Junior College graduation ce
SChool students will be hld May p.m. in the Cristobal Junior- remony will be held at 10:30 a.m.,
28 for the 354 eighth graders corn- Senior High School auditorium. in the Diablo Heights theater,
pleting junior high school in 1.1a1- Both school commencements all
Baccalaureate Sunday for High scheduled for 8 p.m. that foi
)3a and 120 in Cristobal. The ce
. Schnol and Junin! Collee gr.- Balboa at the Balboa Theater doe

Mitchell's Unemployment Study Shows
Need For More Aid In Affected Areas

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"Let the people know the truth and the eouttiry is sale" Abraham Lincoln

leg eand both of the high schools.
The Junior College graduation ce ceremony
remony ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m.,
in the Diablo Heights theater.
Both school commencements are
scheduled for 8 p.m. that for
Balboa at the Balboa Theater and
that for Cristobal in the rtigh
School auditorium.

Discoverer III's
Scheduled Mice
Passengers Sacked
VANDENBERG AFT, Call f.
ORDFour plump mice special specially
ly specially bred for space travel have a
new lease on lifebut they've lost
their chance to hecome the
world's first "moon mice."
The four rodents, all black ex except
cept except for pink ears and tails, were
chosen to be shot into an orbit
around the earth, but Thursday's
scheduled Discoverer III launch launching
ing launching was postponed because 'of 19vv
clouds.
Four other mice from the space spacetrained
trained spacetrained colony will be selected for
the next attempted launching.
There was no explanation why the
originaln, chosen "astro-rodents"
were being replaced.
Launching of the Discoverer
III has been postponed 48 hours
or more. It will carry its mice
passengers in an ejectable cap capsule
sule capsule which the Air Force hopes
to recover with the mice still alive.

"The economy in general is
making a sustained and vigorous
recovery, but there remains peo peoPie
Pie peoPie and places which are not
sharing that general prosperity."
He sent copies of the report,
entitled "The UnemployedSpring
19599' to every member of Con Congress
gress Congress and all state governors to
dramatize the need for legislation
to attack problems created by
long-term joblessness.
Today's report followed dis disclosure
closure disclosure by the Labor Department
Thursctay night that 14 major in industrial
dustrial industrial centers have been re removed
moved removed l from its list of areas of
"substantial" unemployment.
The department said a brisk
pickup in hiring in the last two
months probably would continue
through mid-summer in most of
the nation. But only slight gains
were foreseen in auto and steel
pla nth.
Mitchell ordered the special
study on the unemployed to ob obtain
tain obtain a detailed breakdown of the
national unemployment figures an announced
nounced announced monthly by the Labor and
Commerce Departments. Here are
, highlights from the report:
About 1,400,000 persons have
been jobless for at least 15 weeks
and 700,000 of these have been job jobhunting
hunting jobhunting for six months or more.
This group of long term un-employed
is concentrated largely
in the Northeast and north cen central
tral central states and includes a high
percentage of Negroes, unskilled
and older workers.
"This is the most serious aspect
of the current problem of tfnem tfnemployment,
ployment, tfnemployment, Mitchell said.
One-third of the 3,627,000 unem unemployed
ployed unemployed in April were out of work
for five weeks or less. They were
apparently changing jobs or enter entering
ing entering the labor force.
The existing unemployment
compensation system "is not ade adequate'
quate' adequate' because too many Workers
have exhausted their rights to
benefits and two-fifths of all job jobless
less jobless persons last month were not
covered.
Laborers and semi skilled
workers account for two out of
every five unemployed workers
while those in white collar jobs
had a relatively low rate of job joblessness.
lessness. joblessness. The booklet shows that unem unemployment
ployment unemployment hai dripped by 1,500,000
in the year since business re recovery
covery recovery started but has not yet
fallen te preleeeseion level&

PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1959

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SPARKPLIIG of the Latin American Common Market Droject Raul Prehisch of Argentina fires
on bil,tylinders ar.he goes Abto Tienary, fiession with pkvamit's Gladys fitrunz bt at Cepai party
given. by Panama's' fluorite minister Fernand Meta. t 6
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Annual Canal Zone Aiert
Set For Some Time Tuesday

A full Mobilization of the Civil Defense forces of the Canal Zone is planned for Tuesday
in the annual Inactice to determine what measures are to be taken in event of a nuclear ex explosion
plosion explosion in the area.
The Armed Forces of the Caribbean Command will take an active role in this year's exer exercise.
cise. exercise. While the military will not participate to the extent of field exercises, internal staff ac actions
tions actions will be planned in coordination with the overall problem and active support will be given
the Civil Defense forces.
Public participation will be required to the extent that all traffic will be halted during
the alert period, and all pedestrians in the open should seek cover. Emergency vehicles will be
permitted to move and there will be no interruption to essential services even during the alert
period.

The problem this year kwolves
the explosion of a nuclear device
in the air over some unannounc unannounced
ed unannounced point in the 'Canal 7,one, The
powerful weapon would a p.r e a d
destruction for several miles.
The simulated attack is to be
made some time Tuesday but the
exact hour will not be announced
in advance.

Although the nearby cities of
Panama and Colon will not en engage
gage engage extensively in the exercise,
members of the Panama Civil De Defense'
fense' Defense' Commission are cooperating
this year and will have observers
at the various vantage points to
watch the mobilization and dis dispatch
patch dispatch of Civil Defense teams for
such work as rescue, decontami decontamination,
nation, decontamination, relief, and welfare.
This year's ',mein will give
the first full-scala test of the
now Civil Defers. radio com communications
munications communications and tho entire opor oporation
ation oporation will be in the main control
cantor in the basement of tho
Administration Building which
was also mon complotad.
Although the exact hour of the
missile attack will not be announc announced
ed announced in advance, a general time timetable
table timetable of events has been prepared
and distributed to key personnel
of the Canal organization who
have specific Civil Service duties
to perform.
This proposed timetable is to
be followed as closely as possible.
according to instructions issued by

By FRANK MAZER
WASHINGTON (UPI) Tra Travel
vel Travel is supposed to be broadening.
It can also be flattening. Espe Especially
cially Especially when somebody else does
the traveling and you do the PaY PaYing.
ing. PaYing. The House Appropriations Com Committee
mittee Committee hitely has been studying
how this works out in the Case
of government employees sent
abroad. It is not overjoyed with
what it has found.
Take cars. In many cases,
that's what out traveling em employes
ployes employes do. A S. Information
Service official in New Delhi, for
examphl, was reassigned be WashInez.

Lt. Gov. John D. McElheny, who
is coordinating the planning and
execution of the exercise. T h e
timetable is given in full below
1. Tactical alert of bureau di directors,
rectors, directors, heads of divisions and
others with Civil Defense super supervisory
visory supervisory responsibility; police and
fire to mobilize and disperse e equipment.
quipment. equipment. Administrative branch
to staff main control center.

2. Take cover siren
3. Public action signal requires
imposiiton of traffic control; pub public
lic public in all company-government ins installations
tallations installations will take shelter.
4. Alert signal "All Clear''
5. Mobilization. All company companygovernment
government companygovernment units will mobilize in
accordance with their respective
prepared disaster relief plan an annex.
nex. annex. Personnel assigned to rescue
services, control points, or hospi hospitals
tals hospitals will report to their posts us using
ing using their own means of transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. 6. The Balboa control point
commander and staff will super supervise
vise supervise the mobilization of all his
elements at the assembly area in
the Maintenance Division yards.
He will establish radio communi communication
cation communication with the Motor Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Division and the main con control
trol control center; the main control cen
ter and the alternate control cen center
ter center in Cristobal will establish com communications
munications communications on the theory that
trans-isthmian telephon,e commu communications
nications communications have been disrupted.

He had been fooling around the
Indian countryside in a 1950
Packard, an orphaned auto worth
maybe $200 on the used car lots
back home. But our boy was 60
attached to his that he asked us
to bring it home for him.
We had it boxed and hauled
aboard ship. By the time we got
it uncrated back in the United
States, the bill for packing, ship shipping
ping shipping and handling came to $2,600.
Another of our foreign service
helpers was ordered from Wash Washington
ington Washington to Thailand. He expresqed
a desire to take along his 1959
Nashand did. This cost us $1,-
100.
The State Department, one of
several agencies with people ail

will be requested to supply, and
will supply transportation to the
control point commanders to move
out their forces. The Balboa con control
trol control point forces will board the
transportation and move out to
the maneuver area. (Possible sites
La Boca; entrance to Curundu;
entrance.) In the event of rain the
old Tivoli Commissary might be
used. Cristobal will arrange its
own move out.
7. In accordance with disaster
relief plan, refugee stations will
be set up by Welfare Service, ca casualty
sualty casualty station will be set up by
personnel; parking and marshal marshalling
ling marshalling Area will be located by Mo Motor
tor Motor Transportation Division; con control
trol control point commanders will set up
their headquarters; decontamina decontamination
tion decontamination Station will be set up by En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Bur Bureau.
eau. Bureau. Control point commanders
will exercise their staffs and all
personnel three sector chiefs with
their transportation, communicat communicattions,
tions, communicattions, RADEF and rescue cle.
ments; casualty and decontamina decontamination
tion decontamination stations. Welfare will set up
emergency kitchen, serve cottee
and doughnuts to all personnel.,
Following the exercise, person personnel
nel personnel will be returned to the mobili mobilization
zation mobilization area and dismissed bY the
control point commanders. A sim similar
ilar similar exercise will be developed on
the Ablantic side and at Gamboa.
Liaison will be established betwen
the main control center and the
Caribbean command.

over the world, moved 2,190 em employes
ployes employes from one country to an another
other another last year. In 791 of these
shifts, the moving bill included a
car. The average cost per car
was $466.20, for a total of $36g,-
847.92.
Rep. Frank T. Bow (11-Ohiol
wondered if this traffic in autos
wasn't heavier on the ships out outbound
bound outbound from this country than it
was on the boats coming home.
The answer was that 374 cars
were shipped to other posts from
the U.S., while 103 were brought
back.

"So most of these people sell
their ears overseas, do they not,"
inquired Dow, who in addition to

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Throughout the world.
more people buy
StagrinrsVO.
than. any other
imported whisky.

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Cepal Parley
Seen As Vast
p.&
iPracticai Step
t, nEr.s hiptpiun!(-bright, epal asecretary general Paul

Eyes chipmunk-bright, Cepal secretary general Paul
Prebisch sold the story of the Latin American Comma!!
Market to a press conference last night as P131101:110'S
biggest 'international parley since the 1956 meeting of
the Chiefs of State of the American Republics closed.
With electric gesture, the Argentine sparkplug of
the common market project held that the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal was no more of'a problem to Panama than any other
one-crop economy is to coffee-rich Guatemala or cattle cattlerich
rich cattlerich Argentina.
Emphatically he mode it clear that a Latin American
common market would strenghten rather than weaken
Latin America's trade bonds with the rest of the world.
"We may cease importing trucks, when we get to mak making
ing making our own, but we will still have to import those nuclear
plants and jet planes which will be needed as we advance."

The Latin American Common
Market project dominated the
two-week meeting here of the
United Nations organization.
All participants agree that
though not a great 'deal has been
set out on paper, vast practical
steps towards the common market
have been achieved in the reveltu reveltution
tion reveltution the Mude.,,arld,Problems
of aridus goveriments- regarding
the project.
Says common-market apostle
Prehisch:
"The Soviet Union is an im immense
mense immense common market of its vari various
ous various republics.
"The United States is a great
common market of 50 states.
"Communist China is a vast
common market.
"India is a common market on
a subcontinent.
"Latin America is the 'only 20-
unit region without a common
market."
Everyone involved considered
'that Panama has done right well
as a host to one of the most presti prestigious
gious prestigious branches of the United Na Nations.
tions. Nations. Speakers at the windup session
last night lavished praise on the
local arrangements which had
contributed much to the meeting's
success.
But Prebisch did not view the
success in terms of comfortable
hotels and modern, air-conditioned
conference chambers, or even
of the gay Panamanian folldore
to which host Fernando Meta,
Panama's Finance Minister, in introduced
troduced introduced the Cepal delegates at a
pally Friday night.
Declared partyliner Prebisch
(see photo left): "The Latin Amer American
ican American Common Market has become
a concrete idea at this meeting.
This is remarkable, in view of the
fact that the Cepal member gov governments
ernments governments had only two months to
study the report of the commit committee
tee committee of Cepal experts which consid considered
ered considered the question in Mexico City.
"There was great cordiality at
the meeting. The fact that there
were discussions does not mean
there was any imcompatibility.
There was no deep conflict reveal revealed."
ed." revealed." He indicated that the implica implications
tions implications of any discussion and ap apparent
parent apparent differences of opinion

James Williams
Dies In Panama

James A. Williams, a former
Jamaican resident of Colon
died yesterday morning at the RaL
diologleal Institute in Panama
City. tie was 75 years old,

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TEN CENT

which may have arisen during
the meeting lust over were due
to governments taking a moil
practical, and losa theoretic
view of the market in which the)
would one day participate.
Further to his equating of Pan
ama's Canal economy with that of
any other one-crop couett7,Prp,,
bisch said; "We artra:clePelldiet,
too much on outside,sources of
come. We must look more toward
our own region."
With particular reference to the
disposal of the products of ,indus ,industrial
trial ,industrial plants in small countries, such
z.s Panama, he declared: "The
smaller a country is, the more im important
portant important to its development is an
outlet in a common market."
The floor of the National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly chamber was full, and the gal gallery
lery gallery about ten percent occupied,
as the closing ceremonies of the
Cepal meeting a opened under the
chairmanship of Minister Eleta:
TV camera spotlights were On
the presidential rostrum where
Eleta and Prebisch sat squinting
in a sort of 6 p.m. sunrise.
Fulsome thank.yous were the
substance of the agenda. Vene Vene,
, Vene, zuela's Carlos D'Ascoli, issuing
an invitation for all hands to
come to Caracas for the next
Cepal meeting in two years
time, gave assurance that they
would not receive the barbed barbedwire
wire barbedwire welcome they might have
expected two years ago under
another regime.
A certain Venezuelan ex-president,
Marcos Perez Jimenez, who
has been publicly accused of dic dictatorial
tatorial dictatorial tendencies, is exerting less
influence on the way of doing
things in Venezuela today than
he did two years ago.
Mexico's Placid Garcia Reynosa
had warm words to say on be behalf
half behalf of the delegates of the hos.
pitality they have received here. It
was a pleasure to work in Panama,
he said.
Today the Bags of the United
Nations will not be brightening the
front of the National Assembly
building with the rippling bill billliance
liance billliance which for the last two weeke
has given Panama a more colon
ful grip on her title as the Cross.
loads of the World.
The flags will be down, and the
delegates will be heading for the
airliners which will bear them
home.
But there will remain the build
ing, designed by the son of Presi
dent Ernesto de la Guardia Jr..
to remind passers-by that Panama
has had its effective moment oi
participation in the day-to-better
day work of a peacemaking organt
zation of the same shape on the
banks of the East River, New York

Verbal Speedway Pits Transient Autos Vs. Suspicious Senators

being normally suspicious can
add and subtract.
"Yes, think that is ture, the
State Department witness con conceded.
ceded. conceded. "And would it be fair to say
that most of them are sold .at a
profit, after the government pays
this $378,000 for transportation?"
Bow persisted.
Not necessarily, said the man
He added that foreign govern
!tents try to discourage the prac practice
tice practice by imposing high duties on
cars which are imported and sold.
Sen. J. William Fulbright (D (DArk.),
Ark.), (DArk.), chairman of the Foreign
Relations Committee, says we've
got to be patient with our people

abroad. He reminded senators
this week that even they goes
now and then.
About travel, especially.
They have built themselves
new subway, to save waling tw
city blocks from heir new ohic)
building. But somehow it woun,
up 58 steps short of the Capitol
Getting this straightened out wil
cost maybe s couple of million da
tars.
While they wait, the senator
ride back and forth in three sts
tion wagons. Somebody discovei
ed this week that this might ge
them all haled into court. 100
nearly the past t w o montio
they've been riding 41111 Wire
license tags.

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workers account for two out of how this works out in the case States, the bill for packing, ship- bound from this country than it cost mayoe coot) ot million caa
every five unemployed workers of government employees sent ping and handling came to $2,600. was on the boats coming home. Not necessarily, said the man lars. it
while those in white collar jobs abroad. It is not overjoyed with Another of our foreign service The answer was that 374 cars He added that foreign govern While they wait, the senator
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: -4,5 the gi'eat patriot, Aquilino Boyd has come out of his shelter
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4- 4ais country. He voices his opinion that a iarge element of Pan Pan:
: Pan: ama wants 50 of the gross profit of the Canal. Now Boyd is
0 ,g, businessman and a wealthy one. He also represents many big
i'l' business interests in our Republic. However. any sensible person
!,- knows that the difference between gross profit and net profit
;',.. ois a vast one. Boyd isn't really serious about this. or else he
q,1' couldn't have been such a smart businessman. Boyd is using
.4, ,Atiemagogery to incite the uneducated and unthinking to back
.1,' "him tor President..
ft' The Canal made $50 million gross profit last year. However.
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i net profit was $3 millions. The Panama government, not the Deo Deo'
' Deo' pie. received $1,930,000 or nearly 50 of the net profit.
Now if the government got 50 of the gross profit the a at
t at Mount would come to $25 million. This.would leave a loss of
; -422 million covering the cost of operation. Now no intelligent
66 Panamanian citizen thinks that the United States or any corn
tio pany or government in the world.Wcluding Panama is going to
b continue to operate at a loss. No smart businessman would do
16 so including our hero Boyd.
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His declaration will only kill the goose who lays the golden
6t Ag. If Boyd is so anxious to see the people of Panama raise
"i their standards of living why doesn't he and his wealthy buddies
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..... pa,y decent wages to Panamanian citizens? Why doesn't he use
his wealth to further the development of our country by build building
ing building roads into Darien and improving the roads to Chiriqui?
The Canal has been our help and also our curse. Too many
. look to the Canal Zone for increased dole. rather than to the
i development of our latent rich reFources. We need roads in the
i Interior to get produce out and bring goods and machinery in.
: to develop our countries riches for all citizens, not for Aouilino
a Duds only.
During the invasion, where were the Mut lino Boyds? Where
I,
$ were they hiding out? I am grateful that the US is our great
s. and good friend, without them the Cuban bandits would be in
, Panama City. I wonder what Castro's revolutionary courts would
do with the Aquilino Boyds and Company?
6 It would be refreshing to hear some of our professional
: statesmen talk about our expanding 'future. our plans for devel
OPIng our resources, better housing, better echoolS for the future
. Panama citizens, better health facilities, not the continual ham ham,
, ham, Ilkig against the Canal. After all, even $25 million isn't a lot of
money, in the long run.
It w-ould only end up in the pockets of the "wheels" not for
I the benefit, of the mass of people.
'
k Let Boyd look to the land and the peoPle and forget about
, hOw much he can squeeze out of Uncle Sam., The future Di Pan Pan,
, Pan, ama is in its people, its land and I don't think that the intel intel,
, intel, rigent people of Panama are fooled by the ridiculous demands
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made against the Canal.
It iust isn't good common sense to expect Uncle Sam to
Ioperate at a-loss and have its taxpayers pay the difference that
Will go into-new and bigger fincas and newer and bigger ,cars
, 1hr the big shots.
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SPEECH CONSIDERED UNFAIR
Sir:
, I consider the following sentiments expressed in the Wash Washington
ington Washington Post of May 17 to be unfair to the government and peo peo;le
;le peo;le of Panama, and not substantiated for presentation to the
American public:
"The Soviet Union is attempting to 'encircle and absorb'
thil -Panama Canal and the Caribbean nations, according to One
of the pioneer builders of the canal.
"Gen. Robert E. Wood, who served as chief Quartermaster
during the construction of the canal and later became president
of Sears, Roebuck & Co., made the statement at a luncheon of
the Panama Canal Society yesterday at hte Sheraton-Carlton
Hotel.
"He said Russia had put forth 'a series of proPosals...tend proPosals...tending
ing proPosals...tending to undermine the sovereignity of the United States over the
Panama Canal.'
" 'The latest of these proposals are the 12-mile limit exten extensions,'
sions,' extensions,' he continued. 'This proposal is in line with. Soviet and
Red China actions in their contiguous waters and these actions
have been seized on by radical leaders in America as a prece prece.
. prece. dent..
,-,'Poral then went, on to recall that the United States
bad contributed considerable funds to the Panamanian govern governwie
wie governwie years and ahserted:
" "rhe Panamanians have acted as parasites. They have con contently
tently contently practiced political blackmail.'
Wood said any future claims of the Panamanian government
and any qtlestion of sovereignity of the Canal Zone should be
regarded.
"He advocated a greater proportion of foreign aid be sent to
Panama and South America 'rather than Europe.' and then said'
" "The question of Communism in Panama is a very difficult
one. If Panama is well governed, if the standards of education
go up, if ;be standard of living rises. communism will retreat
and disappearthat is what is happening in western Europe to today.'"
day.'" today.'" A3 I said, the foregoing is unfair to Panama and to the
American people who are asked to read and believe it.
But no one will ever get a square deal from this present Ca Canal
nal Canal set up of stooges known as the directors of the Panama Ca CaDal.
Dal. CaDal. They are hand picked by the military, transport and steam steamship
ship steamship lobbies in order to keep the tolls at a less than 1914 level so
that Big Business may profit unfairly at the expense of the A American
merican American taxpayers and the Panama Government, who. after all.,
are responsible for the whole works and allould derive a token
benefit at least from such.
--Ex-Anconite.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Spring is in the air, but the tornadoes are still with us.
Only making longer jumps. I know one hit Crest line. Iowa. and
remembev that we go tour long bad blow 70 years ago. Thunder
storms all arOund us, and they finally hit at 5 p.m. last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. That gave us some rain mixed with hail. We are faced with
the t,ame today.
I have been looking forward to a little runnnig around be before
fore before it gets too hot, but due to the rain can't do anything about
it.
Just got the news and they report a flood in the northern
--part of these state and in Oklahoma. with some damage to
wheat crops and roads. Our vegetable man had no eggplant and
I asked why. He said the smallest, one was more than 80 cents.
end the market among his customers is too limited to pay such
a price.
can see a little light under the divide in Nicaragua and
hope for a sea level canal before I pass away.
Seems all the business, from what I've heard in the nest
hour is in air conditioners. Even with a big factory here they
can't meet the demand. If someone would oroduce ono iarge e enough
nough enough for the whole town he would sure hit the jackpot.
I also heard the Ford auto agency offer an additional Ford
fOr five dollars to the purchaser of a new one. That's what I'll
yet if I buy a car.
1 Poa Wright.
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By ROBERT C. RUARK
Although I am ordinarily an An.
glophiel, I have just seen a pic
ture of the Duke of Kent wearing
a bowler hat, dark glasses to hide
his hangover, and a pair of brown
buckskin shoes with the formal
"city" uniform, while he Walled
back to West Germany to defend
the commonwealtn with the 14m.
brella he Wa& carrying.
And I have just read where sal salty
ty salty old Field Marshal Montgomery
publicly ate crow on the TV' for
some of the bricks he dropped be before
fore before and during his trip to Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. And I have just read where
Lord Howe, wnose square monick monicker
er monicker is Curzon, was accosted 15
times by prostitutes whilst walk walking
ing walking from his garage to his tront
door on the street that bears his
name, and the combination makes
me touch testy.
Anybody looks silly in a derby
hat, even if he has more chin and
less nose and less hangover than
the Duke of Kent, brown suede
shoes notwithstanding, so we will
leave the bowler business in tne
competent hands of a London col.
umnist who is now demanding that
the iron hat be omitted froth the
city uniform.
We can leav Mearahal Monty to
continue to clutter his. mouth with
his own feet, although this may be
a seeming logistic impossibility.
must confess a disappointment
that Monty weaseled out of rks rkssponsibility
sponsibility rkssponsibility for a-46,4;w nasty things,
ne had to say aoout our "sick"
leaders, and for his utter disre disregard
gard disregard of his own country's position
,by scuttling off to Moscow to
play unofficial, but loudly report
ed, footsie with the footpads.
But I do feel sorry for poor
Lord Howe. who said, tearfully, in
the big debate over what to do
with London's streetwalkers, that
one young lady attacked him with
an umbrella and knocked his hat
possibly a bowler off when he
turned her down.
Any other street, yes, but not
on great-granddad's own street,
Curzon, where tne creme de la
creme of Mayfair resides. And be being
ing being accosted 15 times between gar garage
age garage and doorstep is a bit much, if
your name happens to be Fran Francis
cis Francis Henry Curzon.
Ms Lordship's plaint about vice
in his own front yard came up in
a big debate the other day in thE
House of Lords, where they are
trying to decide whether or not to
jail the evening ladies, who, like
the pigeons of Paris and the star.
lings of Washington, constitute a
certain civic nuisance.
One of the noble Lords dug up
some statistics to prove that there
were 954,000 women aged 15 to 54
in the metropolitan area, and that
there are 1800 commercial! street
prowlers.
"A dreadful figure." exclaimed
the Earl of Arran, making what
was described as "his maiden
speech." "One in 530 women in
Central London is a harlot!"
The crux now is whether to keep
fining them (16,700 convictions last
year) or whether to bung them in into
to into the pokey after their third of offense.
fense. offense. Up to now the number of male
love-for -; salers and importuners
had not entered the argument un until
til until up sprang the Baroness Rav Ravensrale,
ensrale, Ravensrale, full of righteous wrath,
to demand in ringing tones that
the penalties should apply to the
boys as well. Lady Ravensdael
wants to haul in the buyers, as
well as the sellers, and I think
she has a jolly decent point.
In America we punish the fence
who buys stolen goods, as well as
the stealer of the goods.
It follows that if the commodi commodity
ty commodity peddler by the bodymongers on
the public streets is a crime a against
gainst against the state, as well as a pub
lie nuisance, then the buyer ought

DAILY 1
MEDITATION

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal ChUrch in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
HOLINES AND GLORY
"Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord
of hosts: the whole earth Is full
of his glory."
During the Trinity season, we
shall be exploring the Book of
Isaiah. This is the most com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive prophetic collection
we have in the Old Testament.
Its various actors speak to the
nation in moments of deepest
need. They speak to us.
In today's chapter two words
stand out, holiness and glory.
Holiness is that which sets God
apart from sinful man. Isaiah re reminds
minds reminds us that before His purity
we are all unclean. Yet it is
right here that God's glory en enters
ters enters in. He has created this world
and man has corrupted, it, bill
man was meant to witness to
God's glory. We are to be made
holy, set apart for His work. That
work is to enable God's glory to
penetrate every area of life.
It will be our purpose in these
meditations to indicate how these
ancient prophecies can help us ir
our task today.
"Almighty and everlasting God
who haat given unto us thy ler.
vents grace, by the confession P
a true faith, to acknowledge thP
glory of the eternal Trinity, and i
the power of the Divine Majest
to worship the Unity: We ti tiqeech
qeech tiqeech thee that thou wouldec.
keep us steadfast In ibis faith, sr
evermore defend us from all af
versales, who livest and reigner
one God, world withod end.
Amen.

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STOCKINGS AND SOCIAL
SERVICE

Stanley Ross, on his first tour
as a foreign correspondent, was
reporting to me from Caracas,
Venezueia. That was during
World War II when German spies
were over-running Latin America.1
Stanley sent me a report on a
mysterious German salesman
whose line was nylon stockings,
although there was no record oi
either the exportation or impor importation
tation importation of stockings of any kind by
the salesman in question.
This one, like most travciing
salesmen, was a great one for the
ladies. In an attempt to marry in into
to into an important Venezuelan fami family,
ly, family, the salesman jilted the Cuban
girl he had brought from Havana
to Venezuela.
It was from the jilted Cuban se senorita
norita senorita that Stanley got the real
story and uncovered one of the
most important German spies in
Latin America.
The information from Stanley
was turned over to military in
telligence here. When it got too hot
for the Nazi saleman in Venezue Venezuela
la Venezuela he moved to Colombia where
he was arrested.
When he was being put aboard
the plane at Cali, he hit one of
his guards and tried to escape. I
saw him when the plane stopped
at Albrook Field, but couldn't see
Inuch of his face for bandages.

I wonder what happened to that
nylon stocking salesman who had
no stockings. I know what happen happened
ed happened to Stanley Ross.
Stanley had one inglorious asso association
ciation association later in Latin America
with the Generalissimo who dic dictates
tates dictates the live ot the people of the
Dominican Republic. But. in my
book he has done penance and
made atonement for that mistake.

to be haled into dock and his name
put in the papers, too.
But Lady Ravensdale had a deep deeper
er deeper point, if you know London,
which is a shockingly, blatantly
immoral village. They have taken
no exact figures on the gentlemen
loiterers for the purpose of prosti prostitution,
tution, prostitution, but it can safely be said
that the male hustlers have chas chased
ed chased most of the girls completely a
way from Piccardilly Cirkus. A
fellow ain't safe any ,more on ei either
ther either side of the street.
It is a strange and wonderful
town, London, especially at late
night. At three or four o'clock in
tne morning you can see the lone lonely
ly lonely ladies, often pelted by rain or
lost in the fog, walking their bcats
as steadily as any good soldier.
Who buys their wares I couldn't
say, and especially at that hour.
Who buys their wares at any
hour I couldn't say, and how their
fancy men can afford fancy cloth clothes
es clothes I couldn't say, because with all
that amateur competiton around
it would seem very difficult for a
professional girl to tarn an honest
pound.

THE SUNDAY AMERICLV

KIDDY SUMMITThe Iron Curtain 'Means nothing to these Russian and American Young Youngsters
sters Youngsters at a kindergarten party in Moscow. 11.S. youngsters are Leslie Mapes (elbow on table at
right) and four-year-old skater Robb! La Londe, bottom right. They're with US. ke show.

Half a COILIMnMore or LessNow and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN

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Now he is chief editor and,,as-,
sociate publisher of El Mario de'
Nueva York, a Spanish-language
daily that was bankrupt when
Stanley took over with Dr. Por Porfirio
firio Porfirio Dorninici, also publisher of
El Universal of Caracas, Vene Venezuela.
zuela. Venezuela. Publication had been stopped by
a strike, but with money bor.
rowed for a two weeks payroll
they hadthe paper back on the
streets in 14 hourp.
The story of Stanley and the
Nuevu.Diario, written by Ray Er Erwin,
win, Erwin, ran in the.,Editor and PIII3-
lisher last April. Under Stanley
the circulation was increavd
from 21,000 to 60,000, and the pa paper
per paper is out of the red.
The circulation should increase
as there are a million Spanish Spanishspeaking
speaking Spanishspeaking residents of New York
City, largely Puerto Ricans.
There are only 550 regular sub subscribers
scribers subscribers to El Diario, but the b blame
lame blame of the 60,000 are sold at
4000 newstands in New York, Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia and Chicago.
, This circulation has been lyilt
largely on a Human Relations De Department
partment Department like that of La Prensa
of Buenos Aires, although on a
smaller scale.
This department is staffed by
both Protestants and Roman 'Ca 'Catholics.
tholics. 'Catholics. There is a free marriage
service that performs an average
of ten ceremonies a week.
Miss Felicita Berms, a Ca.-
tholic charities trained social
worker, is employed full time to
help the readers with their human
and economic problems.

Unfortunate lly there are people
in New York who do not take the
same, view of the poor Puerto
Ricans who have migrated to the
big city, as El Diario does. In Instead
stead Instead of helping, they take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the language barrizr
and the inexperience of the Puer Puerto
to Puerto Ricans, and cheat them in ma many
ny many ways.
They rent them subnormal
housing at abnormal prices. They
sell things to them that they can't
afford and overcharge them.
They employ them for illegally
long weeks and pay them 138$
than the legal minimum wage.
Hundreds of cases of crooked lor'
stallment sales are referred to the
legal authorities.
The legal help first established
by El Diario is now handled by re
ference to the Legal Aid Society.
Not long ago a Diario reporter,
John Ortiz Jr., did a legal aid
job that has laved two innocent
Puerto Ricans from serving son sontences
tences sontences in the penitentiary. Tbe
Puerto Ricans were farm workers
and had visited a nearby WWII
in New York State.
A man complained that two
"dark" men had assaulted him
when he refused to give them a
cigarette and cursed them for
their gall. They struck him in the
mouth took two cigarettes from
his pack and left it and his mo money
ney money with him.
The Puerto Ricans were arrest arrested
ed arrested on suspicion and the man 'den

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tified them. They spoke, no En-1
glish and 'no interpretes was pro proKided
Kided proKided at their trial, although die
court 'did assign an la,wyer to de defend
fend defend them. He did not help very
much and the youths were convict convicted
ed convicted and sentenced to from 10 to 20
years in the penitentiary.
El Diario found witnesses who
supported the claim of the de
fenuants that they were not pre present
sent present at the tim,e of the assault,
but were at home. It also paid
for a transcript of the testimony
and had them released on $20,000
bail. Their appeal is now pending.
,
Gov. Rakefeller on learning ot
the case from Ross, suggested the
possibility of a pardon, but the de defendants
fendants defendants want acquittal and
should get it eventually.
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The Puerto Ricans have come
to depend on El Diario for guid guidance
ance guidance in many matters. Politics is
one of them and a thing they could
never understand from the English-language
press.
Health is another. They were re reluctant
luctant reluctant to have Salk poliomelitis
'injections given to their children
until El Diario not only explaiLed
the-17210e of the the treatments,
but',also, arranged to have them
given at the office of the news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. Then they came in droves.
Sports haven't been neglected
by the sports' editor, Manolo Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, former Minister ot War
and Chief of Police in San Jose,
Costa Rica. As a sde line he is
commissioner of 30 amateur base baseball
ball baseball leagues with 96 teams and ap approximately
proximately approximately 2000 Spanish players.
El Diario also has a boxit,g
tournament, "Guantes Hispanos"
for which 2400 Spanish-speaking
boys train.
When a Puerto Rican has spent
days being shunted about from
one office to another he generally
ends up at El Diario, because he
couldn't understand or be under understoqd
stoqd understoqd at the offices. A note in
English from El Diario to the
right office generally straightens
things out.

Although it is apparent that the
newspaper cannot run a regular
emploYment agency it does help
Spanish-speaking people to get
work at regular hours and regu regulars
lars regulars wages.
It also ties the lonesome readers
to their home island with a leased
wire to Puerto Rico and a news
staff in San Juan.

Special appeal is made to the
islanders because 675,000 of the
million Spanish-speaking resi residents
dents residents of New York are Puerto Ri Ricans.
cans. Ricans. Dominici and Ross deserve
great credit for the good work
they have done and their reward
has been much greater than the
business success of their newspaper.

takes pleasure in announcing the opening
of a branch store on May 25th at
Ave. Jos Francisco de la Ossa No. 30-50
(formerly UNICAR, S. A.)
Phone 3-0293
HU Bearings
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- -1UNDAY) MAT 24, no

YOU.SPAVINED, SWAYBACK SUNCK.fieta wt all, are
cantered up .and :down, thalDarien tlighWayjaster than you' r
ever expected to-be moving,.in-any:direction on's Sunday
morninz.Any direction that,is, except maybe to tilt icebox
where the beer is.-
W,hy are We all dantering up and:dCwn the-Darien
highway?' Because I've been readingthe piiVe thiirs why.
Sit down and shut Jip. Let mi fou itbinifaartle of the
things 'found there ,
Ifound signs of a meeting of Os PanAmericarthighwaY
committee: at which a Mexican gentlemen: by hams ()Terrill,
who beyond question is plesit relative to attlrish gentleman
I OnCe met by, name of be Valera, Was discuising the cost
of puttingthrougli-this roati from Panama titColombia.
The cost of the road, Sefior 01Farritl, declared; is esti estimated
mated estimated as around 420,000,000.,Ithas been recommended
to him, he added,, that the most' 'reasonable and equitable
fashion In which to have it constructed is for the ps to pick id
up a tab for something areund A13,300,0001 Panama and
Colombia to come through with setnewhers,arcund $2.500..
000 each, and the remaining Latih -American countries to
pick up the rest:;-:
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First thing tri'-'discontert me 'was the ornmissiOnof Can Canada
ada Canada from this railer. Well do rememharYkiii-ilie US and
Canada were hustling througlyth.61941 Aleanilighway at
the time the whole hemisphere 'was ik!'dartgervhow the
Latin ?merican rePublics came-intirniingltf(witkthe sug..
gestion that in ell justice they' held' plek'up:tvioLthirds of 4.
the common defense tab, and that hard.pressidAlS and
Canada should lie fatal forfone;Tinthof AheJotal Akan
CQSt
My newspaper leading-took nu stilt farther; It took
,
me to a diFpatch out-of Mashington. which,:hatLio record
that FICUse of RepresentativeCommitteaslii-Piklic works
has had to take some emergency action te Ward off a
threatened halt in construction on the riew US-wide super:.
highway system for lack of Federal funds. The emergency
action consisted of a vote to bypass the Eisenhower admin. 1
istration's efforts to raise the federal gasoline tax from three
to four',and one half- cents 'per gallon, and to drag into the
kitty instead some of the taxes presently paid for more
general:TurposeS by: highway users.
It hardly matters whether this move is going to be sue sue,
, sue, Qebsitil I Igo', cut LO Witt Wolti tt rt catta.ii 10 yr, Wit
i). boaes4 111I0

ine poinL, i inyopiudily perceive it, is tnat eanama
and Cotoinoia and tne other countries interested in tills
toarien uap proiecc are oneentilly expecung the government 0
of Lite Legisiociti ncti.e KICK ilitne Aur 1
una, tilootr,,,t we bow 10i1 Uul) no. laiing twaitil au.s.itti
6overnme,,t ol toe unneu oLas.Qb uoes not nave kaisn 4
tne iocKer to ensure an lotwa Tanner s corn or nog it
1111110001 ride to marKet.

I think Uanen Cap levy on the US to be a perfectly
reasonacie request., wnich sitould be compiled 'wan just as
soon as ranallia, colon:ha and so tOrth abvy tneir own tax taxeayers,with
eayers,with taxeayers,with twp tnirdi of the cost of, proVichng,,a first class
toad over, whiCh. the loWa farrniir 'Calf had- and
hogs to market..
If Washington does not come through with a Darien
Highway pleage within moments of the-assembled tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers of Latin America ,having made suth 'a generous
"two thirds frem us" gesture in favor of the Iowa farmer
I shall become critical of the Eisenhower administration.
There's -not a man in O'Farrill's group who does not
know of the Russian plans to destroy the Panama Canal by
sending seven cayuco-loads of hand grenades from a World
War I submarine from the mouth of San Miguel' Bay up
the Chucunaque or Yaviza or whatever may,,bethe nearest
point on the Interamerican Highway-, There the grenades I
will be loaded Into trucks, taken along the highway and
tipped into Pedro, Miguel Locks, and set off all at once.
With a bang, yet.
If the Canal is going to be safe from such an aftack,
the road through the Darien Gap must be built principally
by the US government, so that the Pentagon security au authorities
thorities authorities will know precisely just where to cut off this long longplanned
planned longplanned attack at the pass.
Just the other day I heard one Zonian ask an engineer
of his acquaintance something about how many miles of
the highway through the Darien Gap could be.built for the
estimated price of the machinegun and other. armaments
the Panama National Guard has discovered slnce' revolution--
ary rumblings started here early April.
This same Zoniati also evinced interest in the cost
of hiring Mere than 90 Cuban revollitionaries, pLitting them
aboard a ship and ferrying them' to the vicinity to Nombre
de Dios.
His attitude, as any Latin American roadbuilder worthy
of his salt will tell. you, was insolent,. ridiculous and ir-
relevant.
Equally insupportable are those characters who claim
that the recently-proposed regional bank (to which all Latin,
American countries should contribute in. he same manner as
the countries of the world contribute to the World Bank)
should try to rationalize the purely US responsibility for
building'the Darien, Highway Into some sort of local, or at
least 'regional,,'reipensibility.
The Latin American Bank, or the World Bank for that
mafter, have matter of much greater montent to- attend to
and justify financially.than the Darien Highway. Let the US
taxpayer pick up the' Derieritab.and leave the businsislike
banks to get on with .mare serimis affairs.
No matter fiW you look at It, reluctance en the part
of a taxpayer with seven kids Initittriiiitientil Falls, Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, to kick in his far !hare for a highway to Improve
the lot- ef :the tfoenamania,n whO, have shared
twh ae ym swe ms ripotiotke dbetstpteaDb layr I ecnhoHapighin.
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the eyes of the world.
PERVS, OEFILESS: PORTENT,,thlitiveek backtracks
contritely on last week's claim that Zonians were not In,.
Wetted enough in world affairs to go along and hear No. I
world statesman United Nations ,ssoretary-general Dag
Hammarskjold. taildng InlPs4rnek:,;:National Assemply
building,fust down411.1 streetfrOntthe T&TI, Hotel.
I accept' wIthoutltuestion thevititenientof the thiee
Zoniani'who'have,iiiii0red.mft they Werfithere, and reek.
oning man,' womati and chthtthitt leaVes, accerding the,
plus
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cantered Up and doWn thelDarlek.Highway faster4Pan you' r
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MEMBERS of the Washington National Symphony Orchestra, irho are making a tour of Latin American are shown visiting the Panama Canal's Locks at Miraflores, which they included
in their tour Of Panattla and tii-e-Canal Zone, last week. In the bckground is the freighter "Patagonia" travelling northbound through the Canal. The orchestra, under the direction of Dr.
Howard Mitchell, gave its first concerts of the 12-week Latiu American tour Thursday night In Panama City and Friday night in Colon.

EPIC FLIGHT

Lanummummomoof"loo"NommEnowoolonommoomeatemee........j
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a. MEN

LONPON, May t3 ----.4fter seeingl
friends off in an Air India Con-1
s'.ellation aircraft, I popped in-1
to London Airport restaurant for'
lunch. it was a day of drizzle
and blustering wind, rippling the
puddles on the tarmac outside
and making a fit setting for the
rugged granite statue, only a few
yards from my window, of two
thickly-clad aviators peering a across
cross across the airfield.
As I sat. down their gaze ap appeared
peared appeared tO be turned on a Brit Brit113
113 Brit113 'ski Ovaraeas,.tAirways ritaonia
coming tin. re; It.bflig, t't,,f,;P,
Montreal. T en, like'a ragonflY,
a Vickers Viscount turboprop air airliner
liner airliner skimmed along the runway
to take off for Rome.
And suddenly I remembered it
was a Vickers Vimy, two-engined
biplane that brought these two
men undying fame.

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It will be 40 years on the morn morning
ing morning of Jane 14 since the British
flyers, John Alcock and Whitten
,Brown, inade the first man stop
flight acrosa the Atlantic. Their
flimsy machine -tipped up on its
; nose in an Irish bog 15 hours, 57
minutes after the start of their
1900-mile flight from St. John'z,
Newfoundland.
Forty' years on, and how the
picture has ,changed. Multi-engined
airlineri arrive and denart
every few minutes, and Atlantic
flights are as routine a mat!-er
as bus journeys. Ali are guided
in and out by radip and radar.
Alcock and Brown, relying on only
ly only on compass bearings, were un uncertain
certain uncertain where they had larded,
but thought ft might be Walla
Something like an aircraft con control
trol control tower, by the way, has just
been set up in London's River
Thames to give a similar service serviceto
to serviceto ships. Manned- by former mas master
ter master marin'ers, the new Thames
Navigation. Service has the lat lat.
. lat. est Harbour Surveillance -adar,
perfected 'by Deeca, giving a
complete picture of the river
from its mouth right up to the
heart of the City at London
Bridge.
A viewing gallery, particularly
, valuable in foggy weather, shaws
. thO nesition, and 'movments 'of all
- ships, and by means of radio-telephone
they, can be guided to
their berths like homing pigeons.
CLAN CHIEF GOES HOME
Talking, of homing pigeons.
, was there ever a more romantic'
specimen than Maeneil of
Barra, 4,5th chief of a great Scot4
. tish 'clan, who this month goes
back to Kisimul Castle? nig is
the ancient Macneill stronghold on

a lonely rock off the West Coast
,of Scotland, but not for more
than 400 years has a chief of
the clan lived there.
Now, thanks to subscriptions
from Macrteils all over the Com Comimonwealth
imonwealth Comimonwealth and the United States
of America, the Castle has been
restoreda splendid instance of
the proud clan spirit persisting
in the Nuclear Age.
Such was the pride of the Mac Mac!toils
!toils Mac!toils that, during the previous oc occupation
cupation occupation of the Castle, the chief's
-herald. announced ,Irom the ram ramYArtl,traqh
YArtl,traqh ramYArtl,traqh Kyeniar., "The Mae Mae8arFa
8arFa Mae8arFa hasAined; the rest
of the world may dine now."

ENGLISH FOOD
We In London' have been pick-1
ing up hints on how the rest of
the world dines today from a
delegation of the New York Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Association. SurfOted with
rich food in Portugal, Sp a i n,
Frhnce, Germany and Denmark,
most of the members were
yearning for honest British fare
without too many courses and
sauces.
141e one Canadian in the party.
Jerry Goldberg of Toronto, had
given glowing forecasts of Eng English
lish English food, and after a day or two
in London, his colleagues endors endorsed
ed endorsed every word he said. They wel welcomed
comed welcomed the roast beef of England
and had special praise for the
fruit in their hotel bedrooms.
One gastronomic treat th e y
'missed was milk from two Jer Jersey
sey Jersey cows who the other day
male a slat-fling entry into the
ballroom of Grosvenor House, one
of 'London's ton hotels.
This was the opening gambit
for Britian's June Dairy Festival.
, to be opened with a flourish of

CHOICE SEATS
BUXTON, England (UP1)--Two
detectives are sitting in choice.
seats at the Buxton Music Festi Festival
val Festival this week while Communist
Chinese refugee pianist Fon Tsorig
plays. While in London in Deccm Deccmber
ber Deccmber for a concert engagement an
attempt was made to kidnap him
and a bodyguard has been as assigned
signed assigned to him for his current
visit.

sum FAT .A111 Ay
If fat ruins your 'figure or make"
you short of breath and endangers
your health, you will find it easy to
lose weight with the new Hollywood
method Formed.. NO drastic dieting
or exercise. Ask your drugstore for
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Saturday and Sundays

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trumpets by the Chancellors of
the Exchequer and the same two
cows at the Royal Exchange, Ci City
ty City of London. The aim is to per persuade
suade persuade us 'all to stay healthy and
happy, drinking more milk and
eating more milk products.

GIFTS FOR THE QUEEN

More spectacular, if less im immediately.
mediately. immediately. prctductive, will be the
two elks, not to mention a pair of
black beaver skins, which we are
told Queen Elizabeth II will ,be
presented with' at Witmipit
ing the Royallour!tf''''Canada'
this summer.
Reproduced hi the British press
is the 289-years-old Charter of
the Hudson's Bay Compan y,
granted by King Charles It
requires these token gifts from
"the Governor and Company of
Adventurers of England trading
into Audson's Bay" whenever the
King or his heirs and successors
happen to enter into their terdto terdtories.
ries. terdtories. As reminders bf a happy visit,
elk and beaver should be hard to
beat. -I cannot imagine their e equivalent
quivalent equivalent among the millions of
souvenirs that overseas visitors
take out of the United Kingdom
each year.
The Council of Industrial De Design
sign Design is campaigning to improve
the qu.ality of Britain's souvenirs,
but if anything like an elk enters
into their onlculations, I shall be
suTprised.

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GENEVA Secretary of State
Herter, accusing Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko of add adding
ing adding to world tensions:
"I hope that in the course of
the discussions. this type of
accusation and innuendo will
cease, end that it will not, if re repeated,
peated, repeated, lead to a type of discus discussion
sion discussion which can become a very
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LINCOLN, Neb. Condemned
mass slayer Charles Starkweath Starkweather,
er, Starkweather, rejecting former girl friend
Caril Ann Fugate's written plea
to clear her of any blame in the
death of 11 perms: .,1
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BATON ROUGE, La. Gov.
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A new Sunbeam Ranter, making its competition debut.
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, MEMBERS of the Washington National Symphony Orchestra, who are making a tour Of Laun American are MEMEL visibizig URI .raliallin ,aaiai a ,I.A.a-aa, au Avialtaiwive, willuu wary Illuiuucti. 1
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Performance In the final manoeumbility tests.
in London, his colleagues endors endorsForty'
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every word he said. They wel- the quality of Britain's souvenirs
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if MR. AND MRS. ALFRED HAROLD BERNARD
KISS JOAN SCOTT WEDS ALFRED HAROLD BERNARD
EN CHARMING NUPTIALS IN WOODSIDE, CALIF.

o. Miss Joan Louise Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Scott of Curundu Heights, became the bride of Alfred Har Harold
old Harold Bernard on Saturday, May 9, at Woodside Community
i! Church, Woodside, Calif.
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The bride, who was given aivay by her father, wore a
o$ white taffeta satin floor-length gown with a boat neckline
el. and a bouffant skirt. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses
o$ and white bouvardia and wore a fingertip tulle veil on her
short curly bah
Her mother's dress was of blue lace, and the mother
of the bridegroom wore navy blue.
Guests attending from the Canal Zone were Lt. Col. and
$' Mrs. James Crutchfield, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Bu lock, Mrs. Alan
: Dodd and her daughter Pamela and Mr. George Bobbitt.
Mrs. Bernard wao educated at Balboa High School and
!: Armstrong Junior College in Berkeley, Calif. Her Susband
is from Washington and is employed by United Airlines.
They will make their home at 128 Laurel St., Apartment
5, San Carlos, Calif.
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rimers Club Exhibit Monochrome prints and co
fit Mount Hope slides with tape recorded co
1The annual exhibit of the At- mentaries will be shown dun
ilintic Camera Club will continue the exhibit. Guests are invited
tonight in the club rorns at attend.
Mount Hope.

Monochrome prints and color
slides with tape recorded com commentaries
mentaries commentaries will be shown during
the exhibit. Guests are invited to
attend.

IT'S NOT TOO LATE

if you are not leaving the Isthmus, make the most
of your Summer Vent' lyn. Combine pleasure with learn learning.
ing. learning. Register with
DOROTHY CHASE

at her new Studio in the Knights of Columbus MIL
Mrs. Chase offers the very finest training in Ballet
and Character, basic, intermediate & advanced. Tap with
the Style of a Rockette. Acrobatic & Tumbling for Boys
and Girls; Special classes for Kinder and Pre-school Tots.
Excellent Opportunity for older beginners (ages 11-15).
Rapid advancement with a professional polish for the
Student who plans her future in the Field of Dance.
For information call Balboa 3466

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Col. and Mrs.Higgins
Honored At Dospidida
The staff of Corozal Hospital
honored Col. and Mrs. John G.
Higgins with a despedida Friday
evening in the Fern Room of the
Tivoli Guest House.
Cocktails and a buffet supper
were served, and a gift was pre presented
sented presented to Col. Higgins, who ex expects
pects expects to leave the Isthmus in
June.
Among those attending were
Cot Hessin, rkew superintendent
of Corozal Hospital, and Mrs. Ilessin.

Canal Chapter Of DAR
P:ans Flag Day Lunchoon
The Panama Canal chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution will hold a Flag Day
luncheon and meeting Saturday,
June 6, at 12 noon in the Tivoli
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.
A report of the National Con Congres,s
gres,s Congres,s will be heard at the meeting.
Members are invited to 'bring
guests, and should make reset va vations
tions vations before Wednesday, June 3,
with Mrs. Leo A. Ronan, Balboa
3391, or Mrs. Meanner B. -Huff,
Balboa 1231.

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Clayton NCO Wives
See Fashions, Hair Styles
. A parade of fashions and hair
styles'was enjoyed Iasi week at ii
meeting of the Fort Clayton NCO
Wivts al the Service Club,
Mr. Arturo and stylists Mrs.
Erma Dyktra and Mrs.' Loretta'
Milligan presented their talents on
Miss Linda Stout, Miss Connie
Shannon, Miss Bonnie Shannon,
Miss Marika Reinert, Mrs. E. Rei Reinert,
nert, Reinert, Mrs. W. M. Black, Mrs. P. M.
Hollingsworth, Mrs. E. L. Shannon,
Mrs. T. E. Manice, Mrs C. P. Snee,
Mrs. R. E. Long, Mrs. F M Ret
tinger, Mrs. G. W. Flynt, Mr. .J.
L. Fougere, Mrs. J. J. Ryan, Airs
F. C. Renner and Mrs. N. E.
Boggs.
Mrs. Tom Rodgers, Mrs. W. R
Gamble prid Mrs. B. R. Hayes were
selected for on-stage hairstyling.
Fashions shown by Mrs. Carmen
Sotelo, fashion representative of
Rhodas, were modeled by Mrs.
Hollingsworth, Mrs. Shannon, Airs.
Snee, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Rettinger,
Mrs. Flynt and Mrs. Fougere. A
wedding gown was worn by Mrs.
Monice.
Arrangements for the show were
made by Mrs. L. C .W yrick and
Mr. Arturo of the Post Exchsns,,e
beauty salon. The commeniary
1 during the show was by Mrs D.
G. Stout and Mrs. Wyrick, and de decoratiom
coratiom decoratiom were handled by Mrs.
Johnie Bullock. Mrs. D. M. Zeis
provided background music.
;1 Hostiesses were Mrs. Manice,
)1 Hollingsworth, Mrs. Fougere. Mrs.
G. E. Si 'vas and Mrs. L. C. Moore.
Mrs. Martin Forkas welcomed vi visitors.
sitors. visitors. Winners of the door prizes
I were Mrs. L. Urrutia, Mrs. J. J.
i Costello and Mrs. R. N. Swymer.

,
Both and Mewls Little
Citos For Scholastics
Beth and Lewis Little, daughter
and son of Amanda Little Johns
of Curundu, have been commended
for, scholastic achievements at
their slespective universities.
In a letter from Dean Faigle of
Syracuse University, Beth was
cited for her superior scholastic
record this year, and mention
was made of her high school prin principal,
cipal, principal, teachers and church for her
earlier training. She is an honor
graduate of the Canal Zone Junior
College -and is studying to be a
mathematics inatructor at Syra
cuse.
Lewis Little, a freshman student
in physics at Brown University,
also had achieved an outstanding
scholasticrecord. He 'Served as
student manager of Brown's bas basketball
ketball basketball team and won first sax.
phone position in the university
band.
Both students plan to return to
the Canal Zone for their summer
vacation.

Theatre Guild Members
Have Annua Warty Today
Members of the Theatre Guild
have been invited to the Guilds
annual party this afternoon at 5
at the Ancon Playhous.e
Officers will be elected, and a
social hour will be followed by an
informal supper and entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Thene will iSe no charge for
members.

Amador Officers Wives
Close Club Season
The private dining room of the
Ft. Amador Officer's Club was the

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Engagement Of Miss Moon,
Ralph Often is AnnouncOd

Mr. and Mrs. Tu 'lard M. Moon of the Lakeland Highlands,
Lakeland, Fla., have announced the engagement of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Dennelle, to Ralph David Otten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Otten of Balboa. The wedding will take place June 20 in the
First Presbyterian Church in Lake lam&
Miss Moon attended Brenau College in Gal ne8Ville, Ga., and
is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She majored in
voice at the College Conservatory of Music in Cincinanti, Ohio.
Last year she sang the leading role in at American opera staged
in Cincinnati and this year was soloist at the First Church of
Christ Scientist in that city.
Mr. Otten was graduated from Balboa High School and at attended
tended attended the Canal Zone Junior College, where he was elected to
Phi Theta Kappa honor fraternity. He received his bachelor of
music degree in composition at the College Conservatory of Mu Music
sic Music degree in composition at the College Conservatory of Music
in Cincinnati, and took post graduate work at the University of
Kansas and at St. Mary's College in Kansas.
Mr. Otten is now with the public school system at Leaven Leavenworth,
worth, Leavenworth, Kans. He is also teaching band and orchestral instru instruments
ments instruments at his owm studio in Overland Park, Kans.

scene last week for the last meet meetin
in meetin of the business year of the
Fort Amador Officer's Wive's
Club. The luncheon tables were
atfractively decorated with pink
tablecloths and centerpieces of
wood roses, dried hops and palm
fronds.

Hostesses for the luncheon were'
Mrs. John F. Schemeizer, Mrs.
James E. Williams, Mrs. Jay V.
Russell, Mrs. William H. Fieshman
Mrs. Harry Barnes, Mrs. Robert
A. Fielder, Mrs. Edward Turk and
Mrs. M. F. Moucha. ,-.
Woodrose corsages were present.
I ed by Mrs. Hugh Osborne pre
I sident, to the members of the elub
who will soon be leaving the Isth.
mus. The departing members in included
cluded included Mrs. Jack E. Compton, Mrs.
Louis D. Farnsworth, Mrs. Bonen
A. Fieldier, Mrs. Charles W. Jagoe,
Mrs. Ralph A. Jones, Mrs. D A.
King, Mrs. Wendel P. Knowles,
and Mrs. Walter E. Stielau.
.
An engraved silver tray was
presented to Mrs. Milton L. Og
den, honorary vice presidient, ate
a farewell gift from:the chit,.
During the business meeting of officers
ficers officers for the forthcoming year
were elected. Mrs. John F. SChmel.
zer was named president; Mrs.
Blaine Butters, vice President; !dr
Ernest Knight, secretary; and
Mrs. Frank Hamilton, treasurer.
Mrs. Hugh Osborne, the retir retiring
ing retiring club president, was presented
with an engraved silver bowl in
appreciation for her work during
, the past year. The presentation

was made by Mrs. John Schmel Schmelzer.
zer. Schmelzer. Among those attending the
luncheon as guests were Mrs.
John D. McElheny, Mrs. Delos
Kee lean, Mrs. Fred L. Colo, Mrs.
Ray Hilton, Mrs. Alfrd W. Sei
del, Mrs. Merrill Symonds and
Mrs. Irene Nickerson.

Door prizes were won by Mrs.
John Dworak and and Mrs.
Percy Laming.
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Drama Fraternity Group
,lias Spring Luncheon
The annual spring luncheon of
the Delta Psi Omgea, nationni
drama fraternity chapter in the
Canal ZOne Junior College, was
held Thursday at the Tivoli Guest
House.
Miss Cynthia Orr, cast director
of the group, was honored along
with the graduating sophomores
,memebrs of the national group.
Miss Mildred Gibbs, Miss Jo Ann
Harte, and Miss Gladys Miller are
graduating Inembers, with Eric
Larsen completing the honoreet.

Arrangements for the luncheon
were made by Miss Mildred
Gibbs. Prof. Subert Turbyfill of
the college faculty is sponsor of
Delta Psi Omega.
Other etudent members attend attending
ing attending the annual affair were Ca Carolyn
rolyn Carolyn Despain, Eileen Dameratt,
David Mason, Rutherford Rivet,
Bruce Spur locit, and Carlos Met
sera.

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The end of Schoolfor- the Am
loos, the end of their reign and the
begitming all .over again as they'
enter college as lowly freshmen.
Tsk, Tsk. For the juniors, the be beginning
ginning beginning of their reign as the nigh nigheat
eat nigheat class in the 'moot. The sh.
phemores will move up to the
!..vweYupper clansmen; the nub nubmen,
men, nubmen, to the upper-lower clansmen.
'rime marches on.
Wednesday morning was the
traditional Awards Day Assembly
which was held at the Balboa
'Theater. For some reason this
leally marks the end of the year
1especially for the sewers. Tan,
that afternoon, the senior review
when tears flowed to the heat of
Ihe big bass drum.-
,Kay Besaley's surprise party,
held at the Army-Navy Club at
Amador, went off well lastnight.
As Kay is going to Florida, her
friends presented heer with, plane
ticket back to the Zone.
Senior Skip Day, Friday. left
the school practically deserted.
Of course, at Amador, Beach,
where the seniors went if they
went anywhere, had quite the op opposite
posite opposite problem.
Well, exams start this week, and
I trust everyone is 4)repared tor
those treacherous traps. One
thing about the way they're net
up if you've got them all in the
morning, that leaves the after.
noon free for some cramming.
at the beach of course.
Girls Staters are planning on
participating in an unconspicious
way in the Memorial Day Activi Activities.
ties. Activities. One thing is for sure. we
rettly picked ourselves a wonder
ful governor when we elected
Chris Huff. I hope the girls who
attend 1960 Caribbean Girls State
appreciate her as much as we of
1959 Girls State appreciated Ma Mary
ry Mary Watson, the former governor.
And a word of warning to those of,
you who plan to attend Girls State
next year: Be kind to your su superiors,
periors, superiors, and you may not be
thrown in the showers.
Once more, and for the last
Joie, Farewell, Seniors; Farewell
CZ, And have fun.

Rad MItt Sa fii.

Men claim it's impossible to un understand
derstand understand a woman. But how can
a woman understand a man who
Has "economy" for his theme
sing one week and goes out and
buys a new car or boat the next?
Compliments you on how niPe
you look in the "new" dress he
has seen syou wear a dozen times?
Throws a fit when you talk of
getting your hair style changed,
and then doesn't notice when you
do?
..,,,Thinke;his son is scatterbrained
1-04,11010 the same things he did
at the same age?
Asks "What did you do with my
such-and-such" whenever htb, mis misplaces
places misplaces one of his possessions
Always remembers that he has
a bard day tomorrow when he is
playing bridge with another couple
but never remembers the tough'
day' ahead of him when he's play playing
ing playing poker with the boys?
Looks with a skeptical eye on
anything' baked in a casserole
Has the will power to diet' at
mealtime but figures there are no
calories in bedtime snacks?
Wants his !likes first assistant,
tool fetCher,,''.41nd' 'admiring audi audience
ence audience before he undertake to
drive a nail?
Thinks the'only thing women do
when they get together is gossip?
Makes like a Fhef if he can stir
up a barbeeue sauce?
Thinks the reason women spend
so much time shopping is because
they enjoy, it?
Enjoys' pretending to be a hen henpecked
pecked henpecked husband?
Thinks Hollywood'e young crop
of male, actors tan't compare with
the eld-timers like Gary Cooper
and Speneer' Thacy, but thinks
their feminine contemporaries
should have retired years ,ago?

Meetings

Pedro Miguel Council
The Pedro Miguel Community
Council has announced that the
next council meeting will be held
on Friday evening May 29, at the
Pedro Migue Elementary School.
All members of the community
aro urged to attend.

Senator Defines
A Politician

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Clair Engle (D-Calif.) yesterday
offered this definition of a politic politicJan:
Jan: politicJan: "A guy who remains conpistent conpistently
ly conpistently perpendicular with equal pres pressures
sures pressures from all sides.'

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Field Marshal Viscount Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery recommtnded yesterday
that the Western powers recognize
major principles of Soviet foreign
policy.
He advocated Western accept acceptance
ance acceptance of Communist China as a
major world power, recognition of
the fact that Communist East
Germany does exfst, and accept acceptance
ance acceptance of the fact the reunification
of Germany" is not practical pol politics
itics politics at present".
In the second of two lectures at
Oxford University, Montgomery
said these were "realistic factors'
whose acceptance might lead to
better understanding between
East and Wett.
"We must not slam the door
against anv possibility of peaceful
co existence with the Russian
people, if it can be brought about
with honor to both sides," said
Montgomery.

"The cold war will, of course.
continue. That ix very clear. But
in an atmosphere of 'live and let
live' for a generation, the- cOld
war might well become less tur turbulent.'
bulent.' turbulent.' The hero Wire FA ithaflei
campaign In World War II said
the political aim of the West
should be based on two factors:
"First, a united Germany in a
free Europe. This c a nnot be
achieved until the European se security
curity security problem: is gelled., It is a
matter o' negotiation between
NATO and the Ritsxians.
"Secon to work for a friendly
China. This will take time. may maybe
be maybe 10 to 15 years, or even longer.

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Jack Paar4WittlItin.ter After 12 Years,'
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edy collaboration betweentNBC- Jack Parr Show," told ur.t
TV star Jack Pear and his gag "Jack Pear has not fired Nutlet
viriter, Jack Douglas, appears to and has not asked for Ms resigns resignsbe
be resignsbe ending-after 12 yers.'4 lion. He did chide Douglas in qui
The feud erupted when- Pear letter for not turning it enough
sent Douglas a letter inviting material, but Douglas wis not
Douglas to resign. Douglas, who threatened. Under the terms of
referred to Paar's le.ter as the contract, Douglas can't hi
"snotty," said yesterday he 'would fired until June n, when he and
not resign, would go on werking the other writers come up for re,
for the Pear show until his con- newel. We don't' know at this
tract with NBC expires in five early date who will be renewed."
weeks and then'hopes to latch on Douglas, author of the best bestto
to bestto another shoW. A posaibility: selling book, "My Bro'her Was
The new Perry Como hour,,k which an Only Child," aaid he felt it
moves to Wednesday night over was time he euhed in on his
NBC in the fall.
new-found fame.
Como has lost the servkes of He added that he was not an ancomedy
comedy ancomedy writer Goodman Ace and gry with Pear or asking him to
offerel Douglas a contract' How- quit, though he expressed puzzle puzzleever,
ever, puzzleever, Doiiglas said he wasn't too ment over the reason.
excited about Como's offer. "I'd
rather do something for bysell. "He said he WAS not satisfied
the Como offer was real, tabu- with me and my work and a few
lous, couldn't turn it ',;down. things like that," laid DouSlaa.
From what my agents tell me, "But this has happened before.
though it's not that fabulous." Pear is a notorious letter writer.
Referring to his relationship He lashes opt at the nearest per perwith
with perwith Paar, who has been vaca- son whenever something upsets
tioning since April 25 and returns him and I guess I happened to be
next Monday, Douglas said, "I nearest this time. He has vnitten
hope be ge's somebody pod and lots of letters like this, the kind
goes on to even greater, 'things. that if he kept them overnight,
But I want to go on to other he'd never send. But Zack, he
things now because, hell,- I may rushes right down to mail them,"
never get another chancel, Douglas said.

live And litt Live' Attitude

Recorninendpd By Montgomery

But let us not delay. We should
have begun years ago."
Montgomery said that for t h
West to accomplish these goals,
leadership and unity were neces necessary,
sary, necessary, but at present the West has
no real leader.
But in this speech, he refrained
from lambasting the United States
and instead paid tribute to Amer America.
ica. America. He said:
"It can be said without qual qualification
ification qualification that during the past 14
difficult years since the war. end ended,
ed, ended, the United States has been a
firm anchor to the NATO shipa
solid rock, poised and balanced
behind the. nations of the Free
World, giving encouragement and
also generous help from her vast
resources.'

Margaret Truman's
Infant Son Named
William Wallace

NEW 'YORK NM Former
President Truman's newest gin&
chiltags been named William
Witi late-Manic!, the child's fathet
said yebterday.
Newsman Clifton Daniel said
tbe name William was for his
grandfather Daniel. Wallace was
for the maiden name of the
child's maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Bess Truman...
the boy was born by Caesarean
section to the former Margsret
Truman Tuesday. The family's
first child, also a boY. was namtd
Clifton Truman Daniel.

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Raul Espinosa Classic

itur:of the best native thorougn
&edt,how in training will match
' Striderkthis afternoon in the
feature& $2,000 added on mile
Raur Espinosa Classic at the Pre PreSident
Sident PreSident Remon racetrack.
:-. This annual blue ribbon feature
; holtors the memory of the
t'ather of Local Horse Racing."
Don Raul headed the group of
': local sportsmen who first start start...
... start... id horse racing on the Isthmus on
sit 'Organized basis way back in
1921.q at now defunct Juan
,Trall&!4. racetrack.
?.:-..DOn Raul was president and ge:-
Prat manager of tne Panma
Jockey Club- at Juan Franco when
be Ins forced to leave the Isth Isth,:
,: Isth,: muisand reside in California for
reasons of health. He maintained
Ateen interest in local rating
Xti) the time of his death last
7e.ar.
,t'Isthmian oldtimers in particu
!ar turfites in general will
pin tomorrow in paying -a
bute to the grand sportsman of
:omit racing by turning out for
he'-elassic. Members of the Es Eslinbia
linbia Eslinbia family will be the track's
Fuests of honor for the afternoon.
0,1110-Stud Los Siete's classy iour iouryear,Old
year,Old iouryear,Old colt Henco shapes up
,)ts rhibitive favorite to yin this
,Alne;,,lris arch-rival, unbeaten,
Zitoinat,..wili be galloped around
the.ovar this aftermoon before
Racetrack Tips
By CONRAD()
1.M1 Cautiva Cuquita
Guillermina
Don Manuel
Perequio Pichoto
:S.Nirvana Henco
4.Black Jet (a) Serres Road
"7.SPvtnik Pardine
1.V. Regina Cindertrack (el
09.Pan Tostado Alcaraz
Deseo Buell Mozo 11
11Crews Hil Red Labe
Jo'
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Monroe, Curtis, Lemon Star in Hilarious
Comedy of Tviventies:

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Opens Wednesday at the BELLA VISTA

"Some Like It Hot," starring Marilyn
Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon,
produced apd directed by Billy Wilder for
the Mirisch Company,is a rowdy, roisterous
comedy of the roaring tuenties, co-starring
George Raft, Pat O'Brien and Joe E. Brown,
with Nehemiah Persoff, Joan Shaw lee, Billy
Gray, George E. Stone, Dave Barry and
Mike Mazurki. It opens Wednesday at the
rIts Vista Theatre through United Artists
Please.
Wilder, who produced and directed, also
tollaborated on the screenplay with LILL
Diamond. They worked from a story sup
teatOd by R. Thoren and M. Logan. '' ,,
! l'h; fast-paced farce about gals, guys and
tadgsters operating in crime-ridden Chicago
and a plush, booming (pre-Depression)
Miami Beach, has a tunefilled musical
background of bit songs of the era sung by
Marilyn Monroe.

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the classic then retired for reed reeding
ing reeding purposes.
Janina, owned by the Eleta
brothers Carlos and Fernando
and bred at the Haras San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel in Chiriqui, will return to
her birthplace after chalking up
the unequalled record (locally) of
21 victories in 21 starts.
Janina's full sister, Titita, is one
of three fillies which will go a against
gainst against lienco. Another is Nirva
na, an entrymate of Janina, con considered
sidered considered by the "experts" to have
the best chance of upsetting Hen Hen'
' Hen' co. Clasly Lady Edna is the oth othscheduled
scheduled othscheduled starter.
Henco will tote 122 pounds,
4,ady Erna 119 and Nirvana and
Titita 109 each over the one mile
distance.
Yesterday, muluels favorite Ali
lived up to expectations and raced
to a two-length victory in the
featured seven furlong dash for
second series imported thorough thoroughbreds.
breds. thoroughbreds. Longshot Bucalemito was
second.
Yucatan wound up third and
Gavilan fourth. The others strung
out behind in the following order:
Bright Spur, Homan, Embassy.
Xistullari, Sink' and Kadin
Ali, under a usual steady &tem
ride, chased pacesetting Homan to
the final bend, took command and
drew out in the final furlong. Bu Bucalemito,
calemito, Bucalemito, a forward factor, came
on to barely outlast strong-finishing
Yucatan for the place.
Ali turned the seven furlongs in
1:26 4,5 over a slow track. He
paid $4.20 to win. The Ali-Bucalemito
one-two paid a juicy $207.80.
Baeza, as usual, was the day's
winningest rider. Ile also scored
with Tingat and Contra ion San Sandino
dino Sandino Hernandez shared top honors
with Baeza by also copping three
He won with Pops, Tuti Fruti and
Madame Cuct.i. Guillermo Sanchez
won two.
The dividends:
---
FIRST RACE
1--San Salvador S8.40, $4.60
LIKE IT

Miss Monroe, who warbles "I'm Through
With Love," "Runnin' id" and "I Want to
be Loved by You,' portrays a vocalist, corn cornplete
plete cornplete with ukulele, with an all-girl band
booked for a Miami Beach engagement. In Into
to Into her life and into the band come Tony
Curtis and Jack Lemmon, a pair of mainly
musicians masquerading as girls to escape
gangland machine guns. They made the
mistake of witnessing a Valentines Day-type
massacre directed by George Raft.
Their convincing disguise leads to some
very interesting ,and hilarioug situations
with the ether girls and even involves Lem
mon in a romantic situation 'with a middle middleaged
aged middleaged playboy portrayed by Joer E. Drown,
who thinks Jack's lovely lady.
Matty Malneck, composer of several of the
numbers heard in the film. supervised Miss
Monroe's song's, and Adolph Deutsch wrote
the background score.

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CAPITOL! 0
35c. 20c.
THE PERFECT
FURLOUGH
with Tony Curtim
BLOOD OF THE
VANIP1RE
with Donald V Mt

VICTORIA
25c. Mc.
VODOO TIGER
Johnny Weissmuller
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JUNGLE
Sabu

2Robb le $4.20
SECOND RACE
IMadame Coco $11.80, 15.60
2Dof la Flora $3.60
FIRST DOUBLE 885.60

THIRD RACE
1Tingat $5
2Francisquito
FOURTH RA(!E
1Folletito $6.809 $2.60
2Naranjazo 82.40
QUINIELA $7.60
FIFTH RACE
1Tuti Fruti $4.20, $2.20
2Jabalina $2.40
SIXTH RACE
1Vespuclo $5.60, $3.40
2Carcaman $2.80
SEVENTH RACE
1Contra lor $8, $5.20
2Le Matelot $11
SECOND DOUBLE $36
EIGHTH RACE
1aria $5.20, $4.80
2Mellizo $30.60 --
QUINIELA 8178.80
1Ali $4.20, $3.40
2Rucalemito $11.40
ONE-TWO $207.80
TENTH RACE
1Pops $3.60, $2.40
2--Singaluz $3
ELEVENTH RACE
1EI Tunchi $2.60, $2.20
2Vergniaux $3.40
ONE-TWO $7.60
SEASONED HAND
EVANSTON, (NEA) Jim
O'Keefe is the new president of
the Evanston Golf CI lib. He is a
past president of the Western
Golf Association.
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HAPPINESS
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Manassa Maulr Second;
Bagdad. (Trejos Up) 31-11

By RAY AYRES
NEW YORK, May 23 --(11P1)-- Brookfield.Farm's In Intentionally
tentionally Intentionally blazed to a new stakes record at Belmont
Park today when he won the $90,650 Withers Stakes by
three lengths in the sparkling time of 1:35 3-5. Bagdad,
with Panamanian jockey Rogelio Trejos up, was third.

Taking the lead out he turn in into
to into the stretch Intentionally, with
Jockey Manny Ycaza in the sad saddle,
dle, saddle, pulled away from 12 rivets
with a burst of speed. He gallop galloped
ed galloped acrossthe finish line one-fifth
of a second fatter than the race
was run by Man 0' War, Snob
Johnstown, Hill Prince and Bat Battlefield.
tlefield. Battlefield. Emil Do Ice's Manassa Mauler
wa second in the mile race, tour
and a half lengths ahead of How Howard
ard Howard B. Keck's Bagdad.
Intentionally, winner of the
Delaware Valley Stakes at Gar Gardon
don Gardon State Park in his last start,
picked up a winner's purse of.
$58,072. He rewarded his back backers
ers backers in the crowd of 37,337 with
$7.50, $4.40 and $3860- across the
board.
Manassa Mauler, winner nt the
Wood Memorial earlier in the year
returned $11.20 and $7.10 while
Bagdad, coupled with Seven Corn.
ers in the mutual field, rettirned
SC90.
The 84th rtmning of the 'Withers
was a two-horse race all the way
as Charfran Stable's Crafty Skip
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American League
TEAMS W. L. Pct.
Cleveland .22 12 .647
x-Chicago .23 13 .639
Baltimore .24 16 .568
x-Kansas City .15 18 .455
Washington .18 21 .462
Boston 15 20 .429
Detroit 14 21 .400
New York 13 20 .394
kNight game not Included.
GB
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8 12
Today's Games
Detroit at Cleveland (2)
Chicago at Kansas City
New York at Baltimore (2)
Washington' at Boston
Yesterday's Results
New York 443 110 000-13 16 1
Baltimore 000 010 202-- 5 10 2
Larsen Maas (8) and Berra;
Pappas, 'Harshman (1), Zuverink
(3), Johnson (7) and Triandos,
Ginsberg (3).WP-Larsen (4-0) LP LPPappas
Pappas LPPappas (4-2). MRS-Skowron (6),
Mantle (7), Tasby (4).
(11 Innings)
Washington 000 101 200 06-10 12 2
Boston 000 000 121 00- 4 10 1
Ramos, Clevenger (8) and Fitz Fitzgerald;
gerald; Fitzgerald; Sullivan, Wall (8), Fornie Fornieles
les Fornieles (11) and Daley. WP-Clevenger
(1-0). LP-Wall (1-2). HRS-Allison
(9), Buddin (4), Lemon XII).
Detroit 8 8 0
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per, a slight favorite over Inten Intentionally,
tionally, Intentionally, went to the front at the
start.
Jockey Bobby Ilssersy set a bin.:
ingp ace with Crafty. Skipper,
winner of the UMW& Handicap
theo last time out when the colt
came within Crafty Skipper
streaked along even faster, raach
ing the end of six panels in 1:09
1-5, one-fifth of second under the
standard.
Than Intentionally, who raced
socond to that point, started to
dos, a two-langth gap. Ho want
to the front nearing tho quarter
polo and than rollad on to an
impressive triumph.
Crafty Skipper had shot his bolt
and it was Manassa Mauler, with
Ray Broussard up, who tried vain vainly
ly vainly to overtake the leader.
'Mize was excited about Inten Intentionally's
tionally's Intentionally's perforlhance. "This is
the best horse I've ever ridden and
I'm not kidding. He does. every everything
thing everything you ask him. He came out of
the gate properly, rated perfect perfectly
ly perfectly and moved away with ease,"
The Panamanian rider said.
..
National League
TEAMS W. L. Pct. GB
Milwaukee .22 12 .647 ,,--
x-Los Angeles .21 lk .538 312
x-San Francisco .19 17 .528 4.
Chicago 20 20 .500 5
Pittsburgh 18 18 .500 5
Cincinati 18 19 .486 5
St. Louis 16 21 .432 712
Philadelphia 13 22 .371 912
x-Night game not included.
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (2)
San Francisco at Los Angeles,
St. Louis at Chicago
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 000 203 000-5 7 0
Chicago 000 001 000-1 4 0
Jackson (3-5) and H. Smith;
Hillman, Porterfield (6), Singleton
(9) and Averrill. LP-Hillman (2-3).
Milwaukee 2 5 0
Philadelphia 4 13 0
Cincinnati 5 12 0
Pittsburgh 6 13 0
San Francisco at Los Angeles
(Night).
Cleveland 4 6 0
Chicago at Kansas City (Night
Game).
...
30c. Last Day!

JESUS SANTAMARIA
Unbeaten Panama featherweight
champion Jesus Santamaria and
sixth-ranked US 126-pounder Ike
Chestnut were all set today for it
ben-round, 129-pound bout at the
Colon Arena tonight.
Santamaria, undefeated in 16
professional fights against local

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Horse Jockey SL Comment
1st Race 7f hSories Imp. 7 Fge. Porn $450.00 Pool
1st Race 7th Sories Imp. 7 Fps.

1EI Fakir R. Vasquez
2Towns Wall B. Baeza
3Ramo R. Cruz
4Barnoa V. Tejada
5Cuquita F. Alvarez
6Mi Cautiva H. Hidalgo
7Teloikeo. Justiniant
8Jato H. GustineS
2nd Race "special" Imp. 4 Nis.
2nd RACE OF
1Guillotina 1
2Cho'Han
3To Iola
4One For Me S
5Fidel
8Belduque H.
7Aliaguacia
8Materaje

F. Mvarez 105 Best post position
F. Talavera 106 Hasn't shown much
H. Hidalgo 101xRates good chance
;.Hernandes 115 Ran well in.last
R. Cruz 112x Form indicates
de Gracia IOU shown nothing
G. Sanchez 108 Improving slowly
J. Jimenez 112 Could sUrprise

3rd Raco "E"
1.Silvvr Sun
.3.4)0A Manuel
2Don Grau
4,Tulle
5Tanganica
6Shah Gal
iji 7(44,4A,
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Natlyos 7 Fps.

H. Hidalgo 101x Good early speed
J. Talavera 112 Usually fractious
S. Carvajal 118 Distance to liking
A. Gonzalez 111 Seems next best
R. Prestan 105xCould bang on here
H. Gustines 112 Excluded from betting

1Ft Ion M
2Dinamita,
3Buscapleitos
4Oki land
5Tito Pereque
gGuacamaya
7Pichoto
5th "Raul Espinosa Ca." Nat.
1Lady Edna S. Hernandez 119
2Titita J. Rodriguez 109
3Nirvana B. Baeza 109
4Henco H. Gustines 122
6til Race "Special" Imp. 6 Flo.
lst RACE OF
1Joyero G. Milord 112
2Serres Road B. Baeza 113
3Aerial Trum. A. Credidio 104
4Second Cup H. Gustines 108
5Bar loa H Hidalgo 99x
6(Blue Paint H. Pitty 11 lx
7(Black J.et S. Hernandet 103

Ith Rae oSth kr los Imp. IP Fos. Purse 000.00 Pool Closos
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1Pardine S. Hernandez 110 Ran well in last
2Alucinado J. Phillips 108 Distance handicaps
3Sputnik B. Baeza 112 Jockey should decide
4Alarnito A. Perez 108Distance too long
5Jaymah F. Alvarez 110 Bad quitter also
6Recife J. Talavera 106 Good early speed
7La Destree R. Prestan 10ix Nohning recently
8Pangal H. Gustines 110 Barely won la,st

eth Race Ith
Uri 9s

km Imp. 6 No. Purse 6400.00 Pool CI4
MAMMA
D. Barret 11.5x Loves runnerup 'spot
V. Tejada 1.14x Wide open race
H. Hidalgo 103x Dpesn't seem liltly
D. Madrid 107x Last was dubious
R. Cruz 101x Good early speed.
L. Tufion 97x Nothing to recoMmend
A. Jordan 11.2x Jockey handiCaps
A. Lorless 1t5x Rates good chance
R. Prestan 11.5x Best early foot'

1Victoria R.
2Grimilda
3Lanero
4Pocas P.
SRutilante
6Mama Lola
7The Qsuiere
8(Pepin
9(Cindertrck
9th Race 1st Surits Imp. Fgt.
ONE
1Horacio M. Valenzuela
2Pan Tostado B. Baeza
3Al Just S. Hernandez
4Dependable F. Alvarez
5Alpina R. Crtiz
6Alearaz H. Gustines
7Play Boy H. Hidalgo

10th Race 5tiv Siories Imp. 9 Fos.Purse $500.00 ,Pool Closes 5:40

1MI Deseo
2Farallon ---4
3Idem
4Buen M. II
3Bongares
6-44.1bigense
B. Baeza 115
B. AgUirre 115
O. Bravo 115
H. Oustines 115
F,',,Alvarez 110
G.Sanchez lit)

Ilth Race 4th Series.imp. 9 Pas. Purse 3600.00 Peel Closes.
1 f"' L. ONI TWO I,A4:
.4cUra Tejada VimEarly speed only
20',..Neeful. g. 'Gustines 108 Could score again ,
3Princess G., 4.111. Phillips 110 RateS good chance
4;41suricio ',IL Hidalgo 100xRan Well in last
5,Crews Li Herntndet 113 --Distance to liking
t;-Red Label B. Baeza 108 --Jockey should help
1,....Sapristi (No Boy) 110 Not in this distance
8ZapAtoit F. Alvarez 108 Improved in last
9.Mouche R. Cristian 115 Could go all the- way
10Behader E. Dario 103 Disappointed in last

,
and Imported boxers, Is going eal;
out for win over the classy vi visitor,
sitor, visitor, who is rated among the best
in the world in his division by
The Ring magazine.
Santamaria, who has been snub snubbed
bed snubbed continueusly by The Ring and
dropped from the National Boxing
Association ratings where he had
placed tenth up to a .few months
ago, hopes to gain sufficient re recognition
cognition recognition after this fight to enable
him to shoot tor a title match one
day.
Chestnut, a 28-year-old New York
Negro, will be fighting a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian for the second time in his
career. He dropped a .decision to
former Panama fatherweight king
Isidro Martinez in the States last
year. Later Martinez was TKO'ed
by Santamaria in a champlon.ship
fight in Colon.
The Statessider, who arrived here
last Tuesday accompanied by lus
trainer Whitey Bimsteni, will re receive
ceive receive a guarantee of $3.500. He has
hopes of fighting Davey Moore tor
the world crown some time this
year, so can hardly afford to lose

CWWN
Clomp 1:00

115 In cheap company
115 Jockey may help
109xMet interference
96xRan will in last
110 Depends on start
97xCan take it all
110 Early speed only
112 -g-Should seore here

3-1
5-2
5-1
4-1
3-1
5-2
10,1
5-2
Purse $75000 Pool Close
THE DOUBLE
1:30
2-1
1,0 1
3-1
3-1
3-2
25-1
15-1
15-1
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes
2:00
3-1
5-2
4 1
2-2
3-1
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1411;4 6 Fss.Purso $375.00 Pool Closos 2:30
QUINIELA
Guerrero 106 Nothing in months 104
R. Cruz 110xPoor recent races 4-1
E. Dario 108 Could scors htre 114
D. Barret 107xEarly speed't'onIT 7 51J,
B. Baeza 118 Mutuels favorite E VEN
H. Hidalgo 107 Good early speed 5-1
B. Aguirre 111 Rider only handicap 2-1

8 Purs $'2000 P's5ot Closes 3:00
-A-Has class; dangerous
Distance to liking
Jockey will hilp
Seems best here
44
3-1
2-1
2-5
Purse $630.00 Pool- Closes 3:40
THE DOUBLE
Can improve here 3-1
Baeze insists 5 2
Good early speed 5-1
Vastly improved 3-1
Has shown noth'ing 25-1
Could score here 3-2
Last was revealing 3-2
4.10
4-1
3-2
15-1
5-1
10-1
25-1
5-1
Pool Clos 4:40
'2-1
104
15-1
)14
5.2
8-1
104
2-1
2-1
Purse $1000.00 Poo-1 Clots S:15
TWO

105 Must go lower
106 1Gets real test bete
110 Would pay off
105 Returns in good shape
105x Last doesn't count
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against the lesser-known Santama Santamaria.
ria. Santamaria. Chestnut dropped a disputed ver verdict
dict verdict to Ernesto Figueroa in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico three weeks ago, but both he
and his trainer claim it was a
home town decision.
The gates of the Arena be
opened ,to the public at 7 p.m., al although
though although tickets will be on sale at
the box office throughout the af aftemoon.
temoon. aftemoon. General admission price is $1-50
general ringside, $4; and reserkr reserkred
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PilotsloGordon
Is Full Of Fight
And So Is Tribe

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK tNEA) --:Joe Gor Gordon
don Gordon managed San Francisco to
the Pacific Coast League pen pennant
nant pennant in 1957.
The Giants wouldn't give Gor-
don what he wanted to manage t
Minneapolis, so the famous 'old
second baseman was sitting tthe
1958 season out at his home

"What were you doing?' the
baseball writer asked.
"I was waiting for Frank. Lane
to call,' smiled Gordon.
Trader Lane telephoned on
25 BobbYt. Bragan
bad,' alt retinagged ,J the In.
diets into having the franchise
switched from Cleveland to Min.
' neapolis.: General Manager Lane
knew right where to look foi
the man to light a fire under the
Tribe.
Gordon assumed command on
June 26,, and despite the fact
that the great Herb Score was a
total loss because of the pulled
1
tendon in his left elbow, the In.
dians played eight games better
than .500 ball the rest of the way
to finish in the first division.
"The guy communicaets some.
thing, to the team,' beamed the
delighted Lane.
it might be said that Gordon's
formula for succestiftil manaok
itig' is to be able' to lick anybody
toti the club. which those who
knoW him best say be can do.
The Oregonian who second, based
the Yankees to five' peitnanto
and, the Indians to another has
lost', none' of his fire at a young.
ib 44.
-:Gordon Is imaginative and dar
Ing,--bitis the Indians running and
playing the samg waY.
"Like sending in that 22.year
old stringbean to protect a one
run lead, against the Yankees tho
other night, said one of the old
er Indians..
Jim Parry bad never seen, Yam.
kee Stadium. let alone been In it,
but threw fast balls by Countr3
Slaughter, Andy Carey, Mickey
Mantle and Elston Howard as
though ithey never existed.
had a lot of guts sticking
in that- kid,' a writer said to
Gordon after the game.
"The 'blur had the guts," coun
tered 'Gordon.
Another manager might bo
complaining about having onl!
one left-hand hitter in his regu
tar batting 'order, but not Gor
don.
"Looks like we'll have ti
change a int of theories. th:,
have 'crent into this game," ho
said. trt elwxyg believed tbk
owitchiro batters according ti
tho nitchino was RreAtiv nvee
rated :apvwav. A ',nod bittei
hits any 'Irina of nitching if hi
sees enough of it.' 1

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t einem, buienettess and skin blemishes.
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: NEW YORK :MP Case
,Stenge1,4 was 'a happy, ,satistied
111111,, ''-, .'t I
should win the pennant,"
;We 'lave youngster- send
'down to the minors -who -could
1130 playing for -any etbet bit
tetin,1,1
.t.Tbat,'was March's
New's short -two' months rater,
'The ryenhees are squirming et
the tbottpm- of' the ,AMet lc It r
stengel : fis a a;round
;round a;round 4vitit, glazed.- eyeballs- and
Isrerybody 'else is -doing' the Let Let.
. Let.
Oct- are, 6ahing
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oWn:4rivate
Gordon,- 'Xieveland,,man 'Xieveland,,maneget:
eget: 'Xieveland,,maneget: -941940, the last time the
yalikeim wel,e!'t in last "- place,
we had a better ball club with
such as DiMaggio, Keller, Ilen
ich, Selkirk, Dickey and Croset Crosetti:
ti: Crosetti: We tad wonfour pennants- in
a row but that bad start killed
Translatioft,',) Let's have anoth another
er another 'funeral.
Tina Louise, movie actress and
former catcher at Scarborough
High School: "All work and no
play makes the Yankees dull
boys. The need a night On the
town."
Meaning: Well, they did win
the year they went to the Copa,
didn't they?
Ford Frick, baseball commis commissioner:
sioner: commissioner: "At your major league
meeting we are discussing the
merits A3f a third major leagoet,"
Now,. that the.. Yankees-. lite
joined the Xilltfetke Leagiii, a
new third league is necessary
Gil IlicDoutayl. Yankee infield infielder:
er: infielder: r' wasn't ao serious it
'would' be- cobiloil.'
t,p41,,h, you bum, and I'll murder-you.
,
, Tommy- Henricit, Detroit coach:
11Th the
e o r teams. see tbem. sag

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iging and suddenly they aren't
afraid of the Yankees any morc."
At"last they've quit rolling o over
ver over ',and:playing dead.
Ryne Duren, Yankee pitcher:
'It looks to Me as if somebody
stole I -page out of Damn Yan Yankees."
kees." Yankees." Thit gotta be fiction and
swell' all 'wake up in a few min minutes."
utes." minutes." Eddie Sawyer, Phillies manag manager:
er: manager: "That's in 'the other league
What's so- unusual about being
in 'eighth place? I lose eight in
a row and they think Stenger'
got troubles.
Murry Dickson, Kansas City
pitcher: "They don't look like the
Yankees."'
Why, they don'l even look like
Abe' Washington Senators.
Kansas city, players en masse:
"Wonder vhi6h one of us the
'Yankrees will buy now?"
And even if they are at the
bottom, I hope it's me.
Don MOSst,'i Petroit pitcher
twice winner ',over the Yankees:
"They're syinning as usual and
I'm pitching to them the same
way they were clobberirg
the ball.'"
Man, don't ask why? Just be
happy it's happening.
Jimmy Dykes, Detroit manag manager:
er: manager: "The way he's going I don't
care who Stengel uses."
After all, hs was a second di division
vision division manager before.
Hank Bauer, Yankee outfielder:
"The whole club's to blame and
everybody better damn soon
wake up."
'' We're 'playing like a bunch of
bums.
And, having the last word as
usual, Casex, Stengel: "the world
ain't gonna end tomorrow."
None, it sbre''ain't. It ended
the day we dropped into the cellar.

CORCORAN TO AUSTRALIA

NEW YORK (UPI) Fred Cor Corcoran,
coran, Corcoran, tournament manager of
the International Golf Association.
old left for Australia, iesterday to
t.
lik complete arrangements or the
are International' Invitational and
Canada Cup Matches at the Roy Roysee
see Roysee al. Melbo:urue Golf Club, Nov,

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'NEW NOME (NEA) -Althea
Gibson tan taketennis, or ;leave
it alone. ''
The girl who came of the
streets of Harlem swingiag, a
racketand at the worldis at
present leaving it alone; -
The ,111-year-old athlete,' w o
In 195g won the United -States
and Wimbledon Women's Singles
and Doubles, the latter vtith
ria Bueno of Braziirktemporehy
dropped out of tennis :to try- her
hand at singing, :'
Walking into the liOg roOnt, of
her apartment on Central Park
West in New York, Althea sat
down and, spread hey pink anti
whit,e checkered dress about ,ber.
She stretched her legs out and
her toes wiggled as they peeked
out of blue sandats.,7,
; "I've only had three 'proles,sion'
al singing engagmefits," she siad
"They were on the Ed' Sullivan
"I've made tine album. It's
called ''Althea Gibson, Sings.'
"No," she frowned, "it didn't do
too well., I think 'it 'was. because
the company ridn't push it"
Although Althea isn't giving
too much 'thought to cempetitive
tennis. she practices and also
plays golf two or three times a
week.

"I keep in shape," she smiled,
standing up and looking over
her shoulder. It was difficult to
tell if she meant in shape toplay
tennis or if pe wanted .tet,, keep
her trim figure.
Althea started playing tennis in
the streets as a little girl, only
then she used a paddle.
"I've been quite impiessed by
it all," ate said. "I've been to
a lot of places and met a lot of
wonderful people. I don't miss
playing very much."
In the next breath, Althea
gave me a story.

Althea Gibson ..,000- I
"I won't defend this year," she
said. "But I will offer my serv services
ices services to the Wightman Cup team."
The Wightman Cup Matches
between the American and Bnt Bntish
ish Bntish lassies will be played at the
Edgeworth Club of Sewickley,
Pa., hard by Pittsburgh, Aug.
15-16. Inasmuch as the National
Singles are down for the West
Side Tennis Club of Forest Hills,
Sept. 4-13, less than two weeks
later, one would suspect that Al
thea would also be tempted to
defend.

And inasmuch as she is the
number one ranking player, the
,Wightman Cup committee, head headed
ed headed by Mrs. Mirgaret Osborne
DuPont, hardly 'would object to
her presence.
Althoa hardly would go ,inio
serious comPetition unprepared,
so we expect to see her in a
tournament or two before the
real firing begins.
Besides singing, Altnea has
taken a turn as an actress. She
, plays a' slave girl in a picture
soon to be released.

"Movies are interesting," she
said, "but can be boring. You
stand around waiting to go on
"Maybe after the movie comes
out some producer will see me
and like the way I act., Mayre
he'll call me for a part. I can't
wait to see myself in that pic picture.
ture. picture. I'll probably go into the
theater and slump down in my
seat and watch it," she conduct.
ed, almost disappearing from
view as she. lowered her body
into her chair.
"What are you talking about?"
Sydney Llewellyn, Althea's per.
sonal manager, called across the
-oom. "You don't even know if
-ou can act."
Tbe stardust disappeared frcm
Rhea's Gibson's eyes as she
eaned her head back and joined
Llewellyn in langhter.

GIBRALTAR LIFE INSURANCE urrLE LEAGUERS RECEIVES AWARDS The Gibraltar Life Insurance
awards at a ceremonY held at &P.O.E. 1414 home in Balboa. The ceremony was held on May 13th. B.P.O.E.
made by' Exalted Rider,Bernard F.' Woods. Ed Kunkel, manager of the &P.O.E. team was master of ceremon
championship of the Pacific Little"League; The Gibral tar team was sponsored by Panama Insuranceman Jiro
coaches were John Gilbert: Beverly Halliday: and Al -Hermany. Both Ridge and Roberto are Elks. Kunkel, ma
playoffs to, Gibraltar is also a member. of Lodge 1414..
In the picture are: Richard ,C. Ebdou,Uraig, Craig,Hal liday, Eugene T. Hermany, Joseph M. Hunt, Robert A.
Thomas 'E. McGill, William Bduhgner, Thomas Her many, Ronald Harried, John E. Rathgeber, and Carl A.
Gilbert, coach; Beverly, Hallida, 'coach: Jim Ridge, team sponsor; Bernard F. Woods, Exalted Ruler of
emonies for the occasion. The ceremony was attended by members of Lodge 1414 and parents of the players.
to attend the ceremonies as was Coach Al. Hermany.

State, County Fairs
Backbone Of Trots

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORIC (NEA) In the
midst of the State Investigation
Commission'S probe of harness
racing in New, York, it is refresh refreshing
ing refreshing to bump. into 194-vin, Xi tier,
the bredder-owner trainer, andl
be reminded that another Grand
Circuit whirl opens it Roseceoft
Raceway at Oxon Hill, Md., May
Formed 86 years ago, the Giand
Circuit reit airtslhe prestige wheel
of the trotters and pacers, supe superior
rior superior stables competing in historic
features in 19 meetings taking the
top gaited horses from coast to
coast and keeping them busy until
the 'curtain falls at Hollywood Park
Inglewood, Calif., Nov. 7.
In view of the ,mushrooming of
the numbers game which is night
racing on half-mile tracks in me metropolitan
tropolitan metropolitan centers, it is astonishing
tnat tiros Roarin' Grand has sur survived
vived survived in more recent years. It is
an arduous grind of one week
stands. Shipping cots and entrance
fees or high. The competition is se severe.
vere. severe. The money and everythuig
else is easier staying put at big
town tracks. handling 82-million
nightly, as do Yonkers and Roose
velt Raceways.
The unquestioned lac, remains,
however, that a standardbred
hormeman would rather be the
leading man on the Grand Circuit
than any other one thing.
The opportunists who obtained a
license to practically steal with
the legalization.of gambling under
the arcs in New York stare in dis disbelief
belief disbelief when told that nine tracks
uphold the rich tradition of the
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meeting of the Grand Circuit, July
6-11, celebrating its 105th year.
Ha mbletoniao4ounsier,,of 441 -LOA
trotted on this picturesque 'half 'halfmile
mile 'halfmile strip.
The Grand Circuit reminds you
that state and county fairs, at
which daytime racing,is still pre
dominant, are the solid backbone
of harness racing. That's mightly
wholesome stituation, whether the
Johnny Come Latelies interested
only in the lines at mutuel win windowns
downs windowns of big city tracks at night
know it or not.

More.than 700 fairs are conduct conducted
ed conducted abnually in this country. If-the
city, slickers who moved in on the
night ,trois .are wise, they'll keep
their ,dodge close to the soil and
rural America, where it started
and can always go baCk to.
Never again should any group of
them permit a .true clas,sic like
the Hambletonian to be moved
from Goshen, hard by New ork
City, to a place like Du Quoin,
111., where Gne and Don Hayes,
who run the state fair there, so
graciously t00 it. This is no
rap on the good people of southern
Illinois' rolling coal country, 100
miles from St. Louis. Ther knew
when the Hayes brothers brought
them a good thing.
There is no wagering on the
Hambletonian, the Kentucky D,q,
by of the sulky. This despite the
fact that $275,000 in purses are dis
tributed during tbe five-day Du
Quoin Grand Circuit program.
This condition exists at several
other fair meetings.
Where's that guy who said that
betting alone makes the horse go?

, How Do You
Figure ItT

NEW YORK (NEA) Jim Mc McSweeny,
Sweeny, McSweeny, Manhattan College sports
information director, wondzrs a about
bout about the value of statistics.
He cites as an example Man Manhattan's
hattan's Manhattan's 1958 baseball team
which led the nation in batting
with a team average of .32,
scored 9.75 runs per, game and
made '32 double plays in 16
games.
,The Jaspers were the only
team In the country to finish in
the, top dozen in batting, where
they were first, and pitching,
where th?,,, ranke4 fourth, and
fielding. They. made a trwle
play.

Rainy Season
Swim Party

By G.E.T
The Panama CZ. VW Club
will initiate the rainy season with
a swimparty at the Hotel Wash Washington
ington Washington in Colon Sunday May 31.
We will leave the Diablo Cal'o Cal'ohouse
house Cal'ohouse promptly at 810 a.m., in
a caravan. This will be an excel excellent
lent excellent time for the Atlantic side
owners to meet the Pacific sitters.
,
trThere will beri batetTitnch
served pool-side $1.25 for adillts,
$0.60 for children. Swimming pool
admittance $0.25. Don't forget to
bring bathing suits, cameras and
unbrellast
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Forgot, winner of the 1954 U. S.
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nager of Lodge 1414's entry, who lost the championship
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information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
yea have a commercial
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Resorts
ramps UswaRma. -ottagei
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Nakao PaNakao 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Posies' cottages, between Santa
Clasi ind Rio Hato. New low
fetes. Phone Baiboa 1866.
' Vacations in historic Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
nia, Pennsylvania, large Dairy farm. modern
conveniences 12 hour from Getts Gettsborer
borer Gettsborer or Harrisburg 4 hours
from N.Y.C. 37.50 weekly adults
family rotes on request.
Kaye lin Farm Wellsville, Pa.
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s",,irogts, beds",,irogts, office, porch, 2 bath bath10,1.,:lresnas,
10,1.,:lresnas, bath10,1.,:lresnas, maid's room and garage.
dtt.Aloalopendent, spacious, space for
10,!tlotot, ground. Campo Alegre
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4trettooms. living room, dining
it,joefftv bar, kitchen, patio, com comrIPM4LY
rIPM4LY comrIPM4LY air-conditioned, "F"
Cangreio No. 10. For in infkOlformirion
fkOlformirion infkOlformirion call 3-4619 during
r:lieti3te: hours.
pot ion Quarters 3 bedroom
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rtbedrin,nt and TV room air con con.
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141,CDPVAld, president of the Unit Unit:CSteelworkers
:CSteelworkers Unit:CSteelworkers of America
Stlintlirgle yesterday that American
tA, ,! is ganging up to put
pl .cliorkers in a nutcracker."
'FtK;410)0,1ald, in a letter to USW
lotg14;44teporting on the current
litegOtiations with the steel indus indusIty,
Ity, indusIty, said the "wealth and might
of-industry was being thrown into
the fight to freeze wages.
Ile accused the National Asso Association
ciation Association of Manufacturers. the In Institute
stitute Institute of Life Insurance and bus bus4.nrVt
4.nrVt bus4.nrVt leaders of hopping on "the
c$Ion stectwora,ers' bandwagon,"
McDonald's letter was made
public after the fourman bargain bargaining
ing bargaining teams recessed their joint
contract talks until tom o r row
'Morning without reporting a n y
;.proccess. The negotiators have
"lleen.ineeting for two weeks.
-7.They have until midnight June
30 to sign a new agreement cov cov,
, cov, terin-, 500.000 steelworkers and
'Itvoirl what could he a long and
, costly strike. Hopes of a peace peace7'1111
7'1111 peace7'1111 crdlle-nent have been dimmed
'- -Trained stands taken
til,lbe talks.
lot- Y negotiators. h-ad.
e ,'onrad Cooper. execu-11,
Yi. f. president of U.S. Steel
' (.7orn,, have oroposed a onmyear
wale. freeze in an effort to corn corn:Altai
:Altai corn:Altai inflation and rising foreign
7., co-ppetition.
--), TTI his totter to the union locals.
lytct)ontijd said tiler- is evidence
-et k ''.'COIOSSat. industrywide ef,i1-19rt
"to attempt a freeze of steel steelttAtverker
ttAtverker steelttAtverker wages and condi:ions at a
.4Ime when the steel industry is
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a Nisia -it
..,.ie s att,cks on steelworkers pro proyid?
yid? proyid? fresh evidence that the steel
IT-',-,try may force a strike rather
, flIVI deal sensibly and objective objectiverjAt
rjAt objectiverjAt with the union.

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General Agent
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for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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9Ml a.m. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
galwriay. 9:00 a.m. to t2:00
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FARNIACIA ILCI-164 Central Ave BOLSI:MOLD EXCHANGF.1 Feta, eis le -ease Ave. No. Al FOTO DOMYJuato Aroseuterta Ave. and 33 St. PAR PARMACIA
MACIA PARMACIA VAN DEN Street No 53 EARMACIA El BATIIRROParope Lame 1 Street FARMACIA "SAS"--Vta Porras III NOVEDADES AMES.
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Apartments 1
FOR RENT:Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in the best area
of Campo Aeigre Maid's room,
individual wash tubs, garage. En
quire 51st street beside the
Guatemalan Embassv
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely independent.
Two balconies facing street,
large kitchen, Darien street
No. 14-49. Enquire apartment
No
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama' 3-
4946. After hours 3-6737.
FOR RENT:Cangreio, nicely
furnished one room apartment
with kitchen, bath, hot water,
balcony. S85.00. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living, dining room.
kitchen, baicony 50th. Street No.
15, (near Baturrol. Sastre 3-
4994.
FOR RENT:Cooi comfortably
furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
Campo Alegre, near Hotel Hil Hilton.
ton. Hilton. Hot water, maicrs room.
garage. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, nice neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, completely screened.
48 street No. 46-47, Bella Vista.
I SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios. Hi-Fi Transitore
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
quarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee 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.
Boats Motors
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FOR SALE:-14 ft. Chris Craft
type runabout boat, States trailer,
15 h.p. Evinrude and all equip equipment
ment equipment S375.00 Bendix model "B''
washing machine $10.00. Phone
Quarry Heights 3189.
MUST SELL: 14 foot plYwood
fiberglassed runabout, trailer,
remote controls, best offer by
June 1, 1959. Balboa 6384.
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E. 011MINE iniminign...
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome Romero.i
ro.i Romero.i Practical Conversational
Spanish Lessons. 4th of July
Ave. T1-352 apartment 10.
LEARN TO DRIVE in the City
without danger dual controlled
car expert instructor Tel.
3-0338 r- -1.
CHILDREN HURT 7111fICIIS
SANP, )---Thirtyfour
school cilia., were. injured,
three seriously, when par of a
second floor and stairway col collapsed
lapsed collapsed in a movie house here
yesterday.
The accident occurred vvhen the
children rushed to the stairway
at the conclusion of a police policesponsored
sponsored policesponsored "crime prevention"
movie.
FOR RENT
,00 L't of modern
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Fsna na on 4fith block
office spaee on second floor
ELGA, S.A."
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

1 AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
GovernmeLt Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used ear
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
11,0117 RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AtiriNCV DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile Itow
Phone 3-4934 3-4935
All Tv Oes of Auto Insurance
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35th Street & 3titito Srosemena
A Vflitle. Building National
ity Bank at Nrw l'oth (branch)
haptotirlon
announces ha new trienhone
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IAutomobiles I
FOR SALE:--1948 Tudor Buick
Super, motor and brakes over overhauled
hauled overhauled recently, new battery,.
good tires. $100 00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1839.
FOR SALE:--1956 Chevrolet 4-
door, standard shift, 18.000
miles, beautiful condition., House
512 Manzanillo street, Ancon.
Between five and six o'clock.
FOR SALE:--1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles, duty paid, radio,
white sidewalls, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 3-7435.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford Fair lane
''500". V-8, 2 door hardtop
coupe, power stearing radio,
white wall tires, 2 tone paint.
$1700. Tel. Ft. Kobbe 7112.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick, good
tires w,sw, perfect condition,
radio, DP, Tel. Panarni 3-3667.
FOR SALE:--1959 Fiat 1100.
Excellent condition. $250.00 for
my equity balance easily financ financed.
ed. financed. Phone 08-354 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE:---48 Ford, two door.
$20000 or best offer, good
transportation, Walker 2-2111.
FOR SALE:I952 Pontiac 8,
4 door, hydramatic, dual speaker
radio. heater, many other extras,
excellent condition, one owner.
Phone Quarry Hts. 4276.
FOR SALE:,I952 Oldsmobile
Super 88, Hydro., wi4 Bbl cad,.
wisw tires, dual wcrossouer pipe
for conversion. 3 spkrs. comP.
overhaul last 8 mths. Best cash
offer Apt. 803I-C Margarita.
Tel. 3-3261.
FOR SALE :-1957 Chevrolet,
station wagon, 4 door, standard
shift, 6 ply tires, undercoated.
Phone 83-5220.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl. standard shift,
leaving for States. Balboa 1253.
FOR SXLE:--1957 Buick Special
4 door hardtop, power steering,
windows, Dynatlow, EZi. glass,
Gamboa 6-206.
FOR SALE:Cheyrolet 1950, 2
door, new brakes, new battery,
new tires, motor in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $300.00 Qtrs. 550-B,
Curundu Hts. Phone 83-6155.
FOR 'SALE: "58" Mercury
Park lane, 4 door hard top, fully
equipped. S2800.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2706 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:--1 953 four door..
Super 88 r Oldsmobile, fully
equipped, original owner, 57,000
miles. Excellent condition. Reason
for selling, leaving the Isthmus.
Navy 2474.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford station
wagon V-111. standard shift, One'
owne r, excellent condition,
2352-A Owen St. Balboa, phone
Balboa 1472 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Authorities Hunt
ilx More Mobsters
In (rime Ouizz
WASHINGTON (UPI) Six
gangland figlires were hunfed by
state and federal authorities to today
day today on charges they conspire,1 to
hinder the government's investi investigation
gation investigation of the 1957 underworld con convention
vention convention at Apalachin, N.Y.
Twenty one of their fellows,
some said e be top members of
the Mafia "Black Hand" crime
society, were arrested in coastto-coast
raids Thursday. Bail was
set at $15,000 to S100,000.
The six men being sought are
John T. Scalish. Cleveland, Ohio;
Frank Cucchriara, Watertown,
Mass.: Salvatore Falcone, Utica,
N, Y.: Joseph Ida, Highland
Park, N.J.: James C. Laduca,
Buffalo. N. Y.: and Antonio Ma Magaddino.
gaddino. Magaddino. Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Among those named as cwcon cwconspirators
spirators cwconspirators but not indicted were
Josenh Barbara Sr., host of the
gangland meeting. mid Vito Ge Genovese,
novese, Genovese, --lied "don" or leader
of the Mafia.
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Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar baste low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
HUCS oPTION STEVENs
PITTsBURGH (UPI) First
bitwenan R. C. ,Stevens ha3 been
phoned by the, ,pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates to the Columbus Jets of the
International League. Stevens, pp pppearing
pearing pppearing only one gable this
season, batted '.2d7 for the Pirates
last year.
TAKES COACHING .J011
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) Joe
Sexson, former baseball and bas basketball
ketball basketball star at Purdue, has been
named the Boilermakers' head
baseball an'ti assistant basletball
coach.

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FOR SALE:Steree record play player,
er, player, four-speed, combination ra radio
dio radio speaker, records. $175 cash.
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR 'SALE :.-1950 ,Foltd, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical conditioo MO,
1957 Ford, all extras, including
trunk unit, air conditioning, new
Lambretta motor scooter, new Ws
ton Co Isispot air conditioner.
1956 Pontiac station wagon, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Sylvania Hi Fi
set, $50. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:"56" 18 h.p. Mer Mercury
cury Mercury with gas tank, excellent
condition $95.00, also ladies
winter coat, new, $20.00. Phone
Balboa 2887.
FOR SALE:Brand new Hal Hallicrafter
licrafter Hallicrafter exciter transmitter Model
HT-32 and linear amplifier HT HT33A
33A HT33A capable of operating on CW
Single Side Band and Double Side
Band on BO, 40, 20, 15, 11 and
10 meters. Ono kilowatt output
on CW. Will sell for States spe special
cial special Ham operator!' net price.
Raid G. de Paredes. Telephone
2-0600 until 6:00 p.m. or 3-
3074 after that time.
FOR SALE:--Webcor tape recor recorder
der recorder and record changer. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition, Arnador 3156.
FOR SALE:--Leaving must sell
21" TN., Sylvania Hi-Fi, house household
hold household furniture, baby crib. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Phono 3-4855.
FOR SALE:--TWO GLASS SHOW
CASES. 72" long 38" high 20"
wide. Sliding doors on ball bear bearings.
ings. bearings. Two glass adjustable
shelves. All in perfect condition.
Call 3-7611 or 3-4906.
FOR SALE: Stereo Records.
Classical and Popular's. Big As Assortment.
sortment. Assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th
Street No. 6-A.
Baby Grand Piano, Hifi compo components,
nents, components, changer, Argus C-44,
typewriter, Toucan, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, miscellaneous. furniture.
Leaving. Phone Balboa 1665.
FOR SALE; Porcellain Frigidaire,
automatic washer, Westinghouse
Roaster, Cook & Fryer, Reversi Reversible
ble Reversible Fan, miscellaneous items.
Call Balboa 3090.
CHRISTIAN A CANNIBAL?
NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York Daily News put this head headlime
lime headlime today on its Geneva summit
meeting story:
"Herter roasts Gromy, has him
for dinner,'
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NeW Orleans Service
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MORAZAN May 16 May 23
IAEA May 23 May 30
YAQUE Maly 30 June 6
MORAZAN June 6 June 13
ULUA June 13 June 20
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JUNIOR May 19 May 24
COMAYAGUA May 26 May 31
'FRA BERLANGA June 2 June 7
ESPARTA June 9 June 14
SAN JOSE June 16 June 21
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
fork, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .4400.00

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CARGO SERVICE FROM NEW YORK AND U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS AND U.S. PACIFIC PORTS TO
THE REPUBLIC OF PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE.
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FOR SALE:.Rattan set, 4 pieces.
$50; washing machine, 60 cycle,
C.--excellent condition $65; table
radios, twin beds with springs
and mattress's; electric fans;
table and floor lamps; electric
iron; electric coffee maker; other
household items. Qtrs. 550-11
Curundu tits. Phone 83-6155.
FOR SALE: Swedish crystal,
hand cut and household items.
All reasonably priced. Phone 3-
3420.
Personais
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL,
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mr. John Hutted is kindly re requested
quested requested to contact, as soon as
possible, the Accounting Depart Department
ment Department of "Agencias Otis McAl McAllister,
lister, McAllister, S.A."
Sena for Explains
His Walking Out
Of Hearing In' Huff
WASHING'rON (UPI)--A litissis litississippi
sippi litississippi congressman says he walked
out of a Senate hearing in a huff
because he didn't think the group
wanted to hear his views on civil
rights legislation.
Rep. Jamie L. Whitten (1)-
Miss.) said he wanted to tell the
senators that he believed such
legislation and and Supreme Court
decisions were "driving the
people of the South toward a
third nifty."
The Senate Judiciary Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee hearing Wednesday was
prisided over by Sen. Sam. J.
Ervin fD-N.C.). Whitten said
Thursday night the group kept
him waiting one hour and 48 min minutes
utes minutes to testify while others were'
taken out of turn to present their
statemeqs.
Whitten 'said 'he finally conclud concluded
ed concluded that he was being "hemmed
up" even though he had been in invited
vited invited to testify by Sen. James O.
Eastland (D-Miss.) chairman of
the full committee.
Whitten said., he didn't mind
permitting the attorney general of
North Carolina to testify ahead
of him, but when others started
going out'l'of turn, that was too
much?, HipiAgetup, Ixt left.
Sails Arrives
Cristobal
Sails Arrives
Cristobal
FREEDER SERVICE
Every (15) Days
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BALBOA 2150- 2159

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a.m. Mon. to Fri., 11 a.m.
Sat., 2 p.m. Sat. for Sun.
Office open 2-5 weekdays.
IIReal Estate
FOR SAL.12-4-Lets 500.aed 1.000
meters. in the Norte Hiendreme
Urbanizatiee across the lemon
Racetrack. AN lots with street
isms. sewage. water main and
eloctricks. CaN W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE:Chatet. 3 bodrooms,
2 bathroom'. dining 'mem, kit kitchen.
chen. kitchen. porch, maid's room with
bathroom. 2700 M2. Cali: Las
, Cumbres, Restaurant "La Ha-.
cienda" Lkhe Castrallen:
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., "Ditch.
dialers -Headquarters." We sell
good value. Attractive homes at
nable prices.' Also can as assist
sist assist you in obtaining good row,
talc Write or see Troy Hayes,
form, Canal Zone Police ser sergeant
geant sergeant for 10 years, co White-,
Robinson Realty. Inc., 121 9th
St., North, telephone 7-0344.
Miscellaneous I
Monday thru Friday. 212 to 5
years. English spoken Constant
supervision. Open all Summer,
Transportation provided Panama
City, Camp, Bolls Vista, Bal.
boa 1214.
"Not available?" Phooey! Emir.
thing's available horst S.S.S..
Zymolo Trokeys. Coble's", Stimu Stimudent.
dent. Stimudent. Canal Zona Pharmacy.
Attention!' Canal Zone Mother's
Yours for the asking... Diapa Diapason,
son, Diapason, Desitin, Thum, Phisohtm
Canal Zone Pharmacy.
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Animals
FOR SALE:--Ono AKC vogistor vogistorod
od vogistorod tomato Boston Terrier pup puppy.
py. puppy. 2471-A, Coma
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POSITION WANTED: Excel Excellent
lent Excellent house kireeer and gellarill
hoes work. Will stay in. Colon
723.
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Son kr Girl Scouts
Joint Court Of Awards
Senior Girl Scout Troops 24 andl
80 held a joint court 'of Awards at
the Balboa Little House. Parents
of the girls attended the ceremo ceremony.
ny. ceremony.
Miss Iola Arnold, Executive Di Director
rector Director of the Canal Zone Girl
Scouts, presented certificaties ot
graduation from Girl Scouting to
nine Seniors of Troop 80. Each
graduate also received an Adult
&lout pin, traditional gift from the
troop, and a welcome into adult
Girl Scouting.
Graduates, were Sharon Booth,
Claudia Davis, Celia Dorfman,
Ceci Eggleston, Virginia Mauld Mauldin,
in, Mauldin, Martha Miller, Peggy Morgan,
Barbara Parker, Mickey Walker.
Three of these, Claudia Davis,
Martha Miller and Virginia Maul Mauldin,
din, Mauldin, have had over ten years 'of
continous membership, and Clau
dia and Martha both hold tile
Curved Bar, highest rank in Girl
Scouting.
Ten girls received Five-Point
pins signifying completion of five fivepoint
point fivepoint ,pr ogr a m requirements,
which Inelude projects or activit
ies out-of-doors, service, prepar preparedness,
edness, preparedness, knowledge of the Girl
Scout Council, and special hob hobbies.
bies. hobbies. Recipients were Brenda
Barnthouse, whose special field
of interest was dancing; Sara Jane
Carter, picture postcard collecting
Kay Hamilton, singing; Jeannine
Herbert, tennis; Marjorie Miller,
collecting butterflies; Jan Missal,
swimming; Beverl' Phillips, cook
ing; Jane Shanard, journalism;
Sherry South, batea paiting; and
Sydney Townsend, sewing.
Senior 'pins were awarded Sue
Mitten, Peggy Elich, Edith Huff
and Carolyn Davis. All members
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the market is dearlyvalued, says
Moody's.
Walston and Co., analyzing North
American Aviation suggests a
switch into that ..issue from the
electronics and missile groups,
estimates earni,ngs olpthe compa company
ny company for 1959 around $3,55 against
$3.34 in 1958.
Chrysler earnings for the June
quarter probably will exceed 34 a
share, W. E. Hutton and Co. hears.
Caterpillar Tractor, helped by a
sharp earnings rise in the first
quarter should Show 1959 results
up ifnpressively from 1958, says

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Both Stateside and locally It was Prof. Hans Janowittof the Na;
feared that the serious condition Hong ConserVatory has been act actof
of actof Canal Zone principal OwenB. incas coach for the presentation.
Shirley, might incapaeltate him
for a real lOng time if not for Last Saturday evening members
keeps. of the Fortunate Progressive Club

Thousands of.. persons jammed
the sidewalks of the route of the
funeral procession last Thursday
afternoon as the remains of Sidney
A. Young, editor-publisher of the
Panama Tribune, were 4ken to
their final resting place.
Several hundreds filed passed'
the bier earlier St. paul's
Church for a last glimpse of the
genial "Sid.' May he rest in
Peace. ,
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Birthday greetings are going
out today to tho newsman-radto
commentator Hugo Wood on his
safe arrival at anothlk milestone.
Dame rumor has It that thi po popular
pular popular lad will take the occasion
itride.
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Birthday celebrants on Saturday
included among others, Miss Do Doris
ris Doris Lee. The loVely end genial Do Doris
ris Doris spent the day quietly.
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ent event of Club Altamka at the gen gentral
tral gentral Theatell4Y, ble11;YvetV,Ilagolti ble11;YvetV,Ilagolticardo
cardo ble11;YvetV,Ilagolticardo are scheduled to perform a
program of classical music in ad addition
dition addition to a ballet performance by
Brenda.
of the troop were awarded year
pins.
Maxine Baggott, Patty Davis,
Virginia Mauldin, Peggy Morgan,
Jo Ann Reichert and Jane Shan Shanlard
lard Shanlard were given Program Aide
bars. Beverly Phillips received
her Office Aide bar.
Miss Lydia Czaoek is leader of
Senior Troop 24. In Troop 80 Mrs.
John G. Carlson is the Mariner
leader and Mrs. Ray.D. Wilson the
Senior Troop leader.

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share, against $3,20 forth. -previous
fiscal year, says Franca L
Du Pont and Co.
Standard and' Yoes estimates
Nionshine Biscuits- f'ull year profit
rising to $7 a share from $6.89 in
1958.
Curtiss-Wright indicated earn earnings
ings earnings for, 1959 put a $3.20 a share,
against $3.11 in 1958, according tO
Green, Elli and Anderson.
Bache and Co. finds Stocl'a
technical formation, remain im imIpressive.
Ipressive. imIpressive. Reynolds and Co. sees batter
1959 results for Royal Dutch, hoc hocond
ond hocond largest factor in world petrol petroleum
eum petroleum industry folloWing ,declino
to $3.91 a share in 1958 from the
$6.08 earned in 1957.
American Bosch ;959 sale ars
expected to come close to those
of 1957 whe,n the record of, 81,14.3
million was set and or expected
to trend higher in 1960, according
to Investors Advisory Institute.
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Last Saturday evening members
of the Fortunate Progressive Club
entertained with a birthday party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Aris
McLarty. The party came early
and left late and everyone pre present
sent present seemingly enjoyed themselves.
Last week Joseph Francisco
'Adams of New York observed his
natal anniversary amid the ccm ccmgratulations
gratulations ccmgratulations of his friends.,
Out in suburban Rio Abide Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Lewis Jr. celebrated his
birthday last Thursday.
Grin and bearlt: A yoUng man
who never been outside the U.S.
met a young woman who elaimed
to be' widely travelled. Without
knbwing it both Of theft: attempt attempted
ed attempted to impress the other that each
was an experienced traveller, se
they started recounting their al alleged
leged alleged experiences abroadt and the
following conversation was, over overheard.
heard. overheard.
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Never'ehall I forget Turkeyy In Indiaall
diaall Indiaall of them. And most' et all
China, fhe coestlateptgdolootow
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"Did I see themr she lolvder.
NI her nose, "mt,deafr,, I 'bid din dinner
ner dinner with them,' sliriatt!' tinipty.'
Thought For Today: Why leave
for tomorrow what yon ean do to today.
day. today. --- 74
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Coueillior E. H. Pike combined
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Did you know there's a bridge between Cristobal and New York?
Not exactly a structural wonder a steel IM concrete, but an
intangible sort of bridge usually known as a sea journey made by
the SS Ancon,Dr perhaps the Cristobal.
Anyone who has made the New York to Panama, or vice versa,
voyagem the Panama Lines ships will appreciate the meaning of
thfip brid4e." Each time the ships sail, they' carry with them a
happy reminder of the past and an invithig taste ef the future.

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Ltmcheon aboard tne Ancon
with the, ship's Capt. Charles L.'
Toler and an informll tour of the
tscilltias gave. this reporter a
brief glimpse' of the relaxing
journey, to and from New York.
And aa the ship's stack voctdized
with a final farewell blast to the
Cristobal 1 o k, mysty-Oyed bon
- voyagers ashore wished them.
Selves on the other end 'of the
gangway which had just been
4 lowered.
The litcky ones who stayed
aboard for lunch (after the salt salting)
ing) salting) peislbly had their last
morsel. of- Panama's tasty cot..
, bins, or maybe petit chop,
, ham, capon or prime ribs of
1 beef. And the fare is made even
. mien, attractive in the comfort
and tasteful surroundings of tide
Ancents dining room.
Unusual arrangements of drift driftwood
wood driftwood and dried something. or.
'others are enclosed in glass pil.
lars, and -Itoft yellow tablecloths
'bletid'with,:the brown carpets.
; Butter 'retains int firmness In the
air-conchtiOned .atmosphere; ,: a
note of Interest tomany who have
traveled lp tropicel climes on less
luxuriout.craft.
The continous soft music As
broken only by attentive waiters
' Catering to the diners' desires
After lunch, the, passengers
could relax in a spacious reading
room, or in the comfort of their
cabins, which look like sitting
room by day with the beds neatly
accordianed into the wails. Men
probably would be less impressed
but any woman traveler will find
the personal facilities on the An Ancon
con Ancon truly amazing. Namely, a
bathclub and large closer, not
locker.
Fresh air fiends their fa favorite,
vorite, favorite, spot astern, where gay deck
chairs invite birdwatchers, and a
small ',pool provides authentic
'ocean awimmin,.. The pool is fil.
led at sea Capt. Foley advises,
and the water from ,down deep is
really salty.
- The Ancon does. not pretend to
be a luxury liner, and is a one oneclass
class oneclass ship. In other words, every everybody
body everybody ,pays the eame and gets the
same accomodationsAt no. luxur luxurlous,
lous, luxurlous, it certainly is a top-notch ad advertisem'ent
vertisem'ent advertisem'ent for comfort.
Her decks have not always
'echoed :te the patter of pint.

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sized passongers. During the
wer, iho Anion joined the Navy
and found her way No Sicily to
serve as the home base for Roar
Adm. Allen G. Kirk, command commandor
or commandor of Task lightee SS. She was
&so at Salome, and during the
Italian campaign listed among
hat. passengers Gen. Omar
Bradley, Vice Adm. H. K. How.
IN and Lt. Oen. Merit Clark.
In JUIN, 1944, the Altetin was tho
flagship of Beer Arm. Jehn L.
HaH commander of the
Beach assault force kt
the Normandy invasion.
There are Zonians here today
who remember that month well.
They were there, several aboard
the Ancon.
The war in Europe ended, but
the Ancon WIS not yet cored
out of service. She headed for
Pearl Harbor, Eniweto and Sip Sipan
an Sipan via her old stomping grounds,
the Panama Canal.
More admirals and more gen generals
erals generals used her for flagship and
the Japanese flyers attempted to
use her. for target, but missed.
She was busy to the very end of
the war aeommodating nearly 100
Allied war correspondents while
sandwiched between the Missouri
and Dakota as the formal surrend surrender
er surrender papers were signed.
It was from the Ancon that
news of the war's end was broad broadcast
cast broadcast to the world.
The war veteran was returned
to the Panama Line in February,
1946, and has since offered as a
gallant beast of burden to both
travelers and cargo.
The men of the Ancon's crew
who help to make each trip picas picasant
ant picasant and painless include, besides
Captain Foley, Malcolm A. Ca Cathere',
there', Cathere', chief engineer; G b r
Sanzari, chief officer; David Se Segarra,
garra, Segarra, chief purser; George Me
Knight, chief steward; L. Aberas Aberasturi,
turi, Aberasturi, chief de cuisine.
A special note of thanks must go
to Modesto M. Mangayam, the
waiter who thoughtfully provided
advance menus for the captain's
dinner and get-together dinner en
route, to york.
The poached Kennebec salmon
and broiled stiak Bouquetiere
were undoubtedly more palatable.
than the hot dogs at home.
But we were not there.

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4. One pint -strawberries, 2-8 cup
sugar, divided; 1 envelope untie
vored lielettr4 6 WISPOOn salt,
Vs cup milk, itli teaspoon vanilla,
2 egg whites, 1 clip heavy cream,
',,v: vohipped.,
,., Wash knd hall strawberries.
d's; Mash 'berries, sprinkle with 2
;', tablespoons of lits sugar and re re4
4 re4 serve. Reserve 4 tablespoons of
ithe sugar fo bee(' with egg whites.
' Mix togethet remaining Rum, ge
iWin and salt in saucepan. Stir
,i hi milk. Place over low heat and
, cook, atirring constantly, until ge ge,
, ge, ,latin is dissolved. Remive from
;:;, heat. Add mashed s rawberries.
4 Chill, stirring occasionally, Until
' mixture mounds !lightly when
dropped from a spoon. Beat egg
- whites until stiff, but not dry.
Gradually add reserved 4 table tablem
m tablem -spoons sugar and beat until very
I7 stiff. Fold in',o gelatin mixture;
fold in whipped cream. Turn into
, a 13-cul ying mold; chill until! firm.
Unmo ; 4.1B centettwith addition addition';'14
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shredded carrotas,1 -quart shred.
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I Vent party pastel colors and de- canned pimento (II 'ounces).
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strawberry' dessertAt is really a Dissolve in boiling water. Stil
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Strawberry Chiffon Dessert Chili to unbenten egg white
(8 ServingS) siatency. Fold in prepared veg

diced green pepper, 1 Cup diced,
,tanned pitrento (II ounces).
:3CSoften gelatin 111 cold water.
Dissolve in boiling water. Stir in
sugar, salt, vinegar and lemon
juice until sugar is dissolved.
Chill to unbenten egg white con consistency.
sistency. consistency. Fold in prepared vegeta vegetables.
bles. vegetables. Pour into one pan, 13 x 12 x
2 inches, or two pans, 13 x x 2
inches. Chill until firm. Cut into
413- squares or oblongs for serving.
Serve on crisp lettuce garnished
with mayonnaise or eooked salad
dressing.

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color swamps you, perhaps
you'd be more at home in the
soft beiges and bones and off offwhites
whites offwhites this season. Touches of
white and black can provide contrast.

When 'you're buying shoes, re remember
member remember that the light colors make
your feet look longer. So if you
wear an MA, black patent Is a
better bet for you than bone color.
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Some colors are difficult to wear
eelleltDeeit Purpit. Dark
Verys bright rect. Electric
blgei:0)ceP, pink. nest 'are the
ones te pass by ,no matter how
Much ther may tempt you as bar bargatim,,They're
gatim,,They're bargatim,,They're bargains because
other.lvemenited :them hard to
wear;toe.

Steeiters,-,eklits and silk shirts
create. the ,heatt,imprsesion when
they're copordinated. Cardigan
Ithirt end 'skirt should be designee
tor leach other, and dyed the saute
color.

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AFTER-LUNCH CHAT Capt. Charles L. Foley, master of the SS
Ancon, chats with B. Everson, director of the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau at Cristobal, 'at an informal luncheon before the
Ancon pulled away for her return trip to Haiti and New York.
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ON ME PASSENGER LIST Rev. and Mrs. Oscar W. Olsen and
their daughter Lenore board., the Liner Ancon for the trip to the
States. They are presently visiting friends ind relatives on the
East covet before continuing to Fargo, N.D. for Rev. Olsen's new
assignment. The Olsen family was popular in the, Canal Zone. where
he was pastor of the Balboa Union Church.

DOWN nut GANGPLANK A contingent of highranking NAVY
officers and their wives leave the Ancon after seeing off Capt. and
Mrs. C. K. Miller and their family. Shown in the bon voyage party,
from left, are Mrs. A. R. St. Angelo, Capt. E. T. S'ullivan, Mrs. L.
A. Castro, Capt. S. B. Purdie, Capt. Castro and Rear Adm. George.
Wales, former Commandant of the Fifteenth Naval District.

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By MARCIE ROTHROCK
A good deal has been written about grandmothers and
their busy hands. The reference usually concaos dainty
needlework or feather-light pastries.
Possibly the busiest moman workirig with the Cepal
(Economic Commission for Latin America) conference
which closed yesterday was Mrs. Jane Parker, a grand grandmother
mother grandmother who was the unheralded heroine of the files'.

A half-hour visit with Mrs. Park Park1
1 Park1 er amici ner mountain ot mimeo mimeo,,:..
,,:.. mimeo,,:.. graphed documents was a con con'r:,,
'r:,, con'r:,, vincing dispiay of tne impork.-
i; ante of her job toward making
!a small cog oi the conference ma ma.
. ma. chinery run smoothly. She was
,.. sought by telepnone inquirers, oy
4 delegates seeking a speech from
V' last week, by her assiStalltS and
1 by messengers.
..,f The amazing thing abow her
Is not that she is a ompctent
Ipaper-shuffling grandmother, but
.i. that she manages to maneuver
$, in with compiete aplomD. k; Ui Ui4
4 Ui4 ciency is always desirable, but
I when accompanied with a cheer cheer1
1 cheer1 ful greeting and easy smile, it's
a real pleasure.
! When Mrs. Parker attends
Copal conference, she comes
1 early and stays late. This means
before and atter the conference
' Itself, and before and after each
! day's sessions.
' She arrived in Panama City a
week before the parley was to
begin at the Legislative Palace to
. supervise cons,ruction and place placement
ment placement of shelves and file cabinets
for the massive ammount of speech
and document copies, and she will
'remain here until the papers are
readied for shipment to United
Nations headquarters in New
York and other destinations.
$ Her normal workday during the
1 .eonference started before 7 a.m..
I! The eloquent voices of the,
i day's speakers had long faded be-:
'fore she turned off the office.
Ilights to return to El Panama'
Hilton at about 9 p.m.
Speeches made by delegates dur-
frig the Sessions and other infor-1
1 mation concerning Latin Amer-I

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By Mrs. MURIEL LAWRENCE
"My husband is always accus accusing
ing accusing me of favoring our 11.tle boy
over his ester," writes Mrs. O.
"I don't. The boy is easier to get
along with, but lean over bacit bacitwards
wards bacitwards to show no partiality. How
can I make my husband stop ac accusing
cusing accusing me of it?"
There's nothing evil in liking
one person more than another,
Mrs. O. We parents can't order
ourselves to eject equal amounts
of affection to children as though
we were slot machines delivering
chewing gum.
Why does the idea that you pre prefer
fer prefer your little boy so alarm you
that you can't Land your hus hushand's
hand's hushand's putting it into words?
If we do prefer our son, let's
say to ourselves, "O.K., I like
Jimmy better than Jane." And
say it without shame.
When we are ashamed of a feel feeling,
ing, feeling, a process we know nothing
about begins to operate in us. The
shame is so uncomfortable we
start justifying the feeling that
causes it. Thus, if I am ashamed
of liking my son more than his
sis:er, I will, without any aware awareness
ness awareness of what I'm doing, wager wagerrate
rate wagerrate her faults and be carefully
blind to what is lovable in her.
I have to do this. Otherwise my
dislike of her would be intoler intolerable.
able. intolerable. But because this process is.
unconscious, I will imagine that I
am struggling with my daughter's
faults when the truth is I am
struggling with shame of my fail failurt
urt failurt to love her as much ss I think
I should.

Jlomemaiing
Plastic bags that protect fruits
and vegetables also can proLect
your hands during grubby work.
Slip a bag over each hand jurt
like mittens. Bold them in plue 1
with a rubber band at the wrist
until the job is done. This saves
both your hands and your work
gloves from getting too dirty.
Bronze is a difficult metal to
polish simply because the metal
has a special finish that doesnt'
respond to commercial polishes.
The best way to keep bronze it.
ems around your home' burnisned
is to keep them clean of dust atti
grime with s toping. Dry through.
ly and polish the items with a
soft cloth.
Warmer weather usually rtieiins
more Work because the fabrics
we weir and use in tlae .honle are
lighter in color. Cut down on
laundering your white collars this
spring by starching them irom
the very first wearing. This keeps
dirt from working into -the MCI,
between frennent washings.

ican economy were translated both
by voice and onto s.encils and
paper. it was Mrs. Parker's job
to Nee that each sheaf of paper
was neatly labeled and shelved
for easy access to delegates need needing
ing needing them ior reference.
Mrs. Parker normally works
at the Copal headquarters in
Santiago, Chile, her home. She
takes care of correspondence on
world-wids basis. One of her
assistan:s in tne Santiago office
accompanied her to the Pane Panema
ma Panema City conference, but other
helpers wore recruited locally.
Mrs. Parker, who 'speaks both
Spanish and English fluently, was
born in Chile although her par parents
ents parents were British. Her husband
is associated with the Braden Min Mining
ing Mining Corpora ion in Santiago, and
their two children and three grand
children also make their home in
that city.
Mrs. Parker has been working
with the United Nations for the
past nine years, and has traveled
five times .o work at the Econo Economic
mic Economic Commission's conferences.
This trip to Panama City was
an extension of the summer sea season
son season for her. The months which
mark the spring through autumn
seasons in the States bring winter
wea,her to Chile, often dropping
below zero in Santiago, which is
nestled between mountains.
This lady behind the mimeo mimeographed
graphed mimeographed mountain plans a brief
respite from the 14-hour working
days she has had hero.
After the last copy of the last
speech is sealed, stamped and
posted, she will board a ship for
a leisurely and le9s-rigorous jour journey
ney journey home.

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So my problem isn't my daugh daughter
ter daughter at all but my shame of my
inferior affection.
And my answer is to stop bAing
ashamed of it.
The moment my shame goes
good things can start happening.
lose my need to defend my dis dislikeand
likeand dislikeand with it my need to see
faults in my daughter. In Jane I
suddenly see uncertainty and hurt
instead of stubbornness. Because
shame no longer forces me to re regard
gard regard myself as a disappointing
mother, Jane becomes human to
me and stops being a disappoint disappointing
ing disappointing child.
Mrs. 0. may not be able to ac accept
cept accept her preference without
shame. She may have such fancy
ideas of what she ought to be that
she can't stand herself as she ac actually
tually actually is.
Rather than break down and ad admit
mit admit she's failed in proper affec affection
tion affection for heT daughter, she may
have o go on defending her dis dislike
like dislike by the unconscious process
I have outlined.

When You
Buy
CARTA
VIDA
You Buy
Happiness

MRS. JANE PARKER... and her papers

Job Hunting Calls For Neatness

This is the time of year when
teenagers start looking for sum summer
mer summer jobs. It stands to reason that
some are going to win out while
others lose.
The deciding factor will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly be personal appearance.
There's no need to try to deJc
yourself out like your favorite
movie star. In fact, this will go a against
gainst against you. What the prospective
employer wahts to see is you,
looking neat, clean and presentable.

Wear gloves and a hat, by all
means. Yo r hair should be shi shiny
ny shiny clean and well-trimmed. If
you like the notion of white touch touches,
es, touches, make sure they're really white.
Go easy on the make-up but don't
show up with a shiny nose and
patchy lipstick.
Stay away from blood-red nail
polish; most men detest it. There
are enough pale polish colors to
choose from these days. Be pleas pleasant,
ant, pleasant, businesslike and above all,
don't giggle when you're asked a
question.
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Absolutely one of the best ways
to possess a flat stomach is to
haul it in. That is, each time you
find yourself slumping, straighten
and pull in your stomach.

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Hold your stomach flat as you
walk and sit. This strengthens the
stomach muscles and makes them
do the work they're supposed"to
do. Don't depend on a girdle' to
hold the line. A girdle is an ennim ennimous
ous ennimous help and you should wear one.
But it's intended only to supple supplement
ment supplement the work of the stoituleh
muscles.

And incidentally, holding your
stomach flat will also automati automatically
cally automatically improve your posture. Try
it and see.
The gal who is short-waisted
has a special problem. It she is
to avoid looking dumpy, she must
stick to streamlined (but not tight)
one-piece dresses in solid COlort
The darker colors, lightened by
bright touches, are her best bet.
Wide belts are not for her since
they tend to saw her in two end
cut down on her height. She should
avoid separates unless she wears
dyed-to-match sweaters or blouses
and skirts. These give her the
in-one look that she needs.
She should also be careful about
foundation garments. A one-pleee
foundation is best for her since it
will tend to smooth her out, min
the middle and give her a sleek
look.

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vertisement for comfort. were undoubtedly more palatable. ki :e:'
k.- .. a,'- ..:n I Nations headquarters in New I wea,her to Chile, often dropping a T t '.
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toa. z ore she turned off the office. days she has had here.
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il -..; Decorates Engagement Party ON ME PASSENGER LIST Rev. and Mrs. Oscar W. Olsen and , some are going to win out while do the work they're supposed"to
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their daughter Lenore board., the Liner Ancon for the, trip to the others lose. do. Don't depend on a girdle' to
States. They are presently visiting friends and relatives on the' The deciding factor will un- hold the line. A girdle is an enerm-
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0 movie star. In fact, this will go a- muscles.
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Cristobal d o e k, mysty-Oyed bon tsar passengers Gen. Omer Vt:':-.::: -,t,-,,,---- ; t!,' le,
- voyagers ashore wished them. Bradley, Vice Adm. H. K. How. i.;.::,:.,-;:07. 1:::-i:!::4. 0 tt ft tain in Cepa! Parley ..711e Room
Selves on the other end 'of the itt and Lt. Gen. Mark Clark. .... 1,:,41 1,...:;4't .:.
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aboard for lunch (after the salt, Omaha- Beach assault force in k: ft.: ':,..44:ig:, t ,-
Ins) poleibly had their last the Normandy invasion. :::.0.,:.0:-:-f: '.:Y..;ix 0. f:, '''''N.:-.:::' 117 lt: -:': ,::i,::::::.:a:iZ',:. i,,. :.,.... ... .,::::...,,:: : : : -:'.57)
morsel of Panama's tasty cow- There are Zomans here today .,::-t...4.;,)t,";':';tp'.i... 3tttt;-:-,:-. -,.,:. ;:- A good deal has been written about grandmothers and :. ,:,""..:.'':;:,, t k,..:,::, :.;,:itti,,At:,?.e,;:t....:. :'-t:::,.,--N,,,.:t ,2:,,,,,m,,,?,:::,;:. .-. :
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, bina, 'or maybe petit cheps, who remember that month well. ,ti-s:,,,: .-----4...,,,,,,,,:4,i,':::,,k'tr:,L",,:i:',' :;;9' ';:;44';' th ir busy hands The reference usually concakns dainty ...,.;:-i ...i,.e,o,.,.,. 4:.::::::iii44,-;,,:-::...,i.......:..... .... : .. .::.......,......;:;...:.4,:i...:,..;::,..::,::4
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AFTER-LUNCH CHAT -- Capt. Charles L. Foley, master of the SS -":.:4,::..,,, ,t,:::. :-,x4::::,,:::,,-:,;,,,::::-:,- :-titt i., ,t:nie ,,
hich closed yesterday was Mrs. Jane Parker, a grand- .T4..:!7:7,-112,-:.'::.14,::::.,,',:''.: 5:.' '::'I;':il,,;:,,:;'.;-q::':.' 'V: ::.,''. '.'',..,:17.... -:". ; ".:::::::.
Unusual arrangements of drift- Pearl Harbor, Eniweto and Sip.
A...neon., chat! with B. I. Ev rson director of the Transportation and 'Iv ''''''',T1 '''''''''
wood and dried something. or- an via her old stomping grounds,
' others are enclosed in glass pil. the Panama. Canal. Ternunale Bureau at Cristeobal, !at an informal luncheon before the Mother who was the unheralded heroine of the files'. ,;6'::''',.. ::-.-::-..:'.::'ti::::,::":::-:',t ,44:::::.:t:'':::::':,-:::::t:::::-... tik-tt::44-,., ..,:;:",ft., : ::,:;:;t :,,-
lars,: and vitoft yellow tablecloths More admirals and more gen- Ancon Pulled awaY for her return trip to Haiti and New york.
A hall-houe visit with Mrs. Park- ican economy were translated both ';',:.:104:;?::::...;;...44.:,,t.'...':11q;:.:.!:!;:...ir.:i...::.:::- ,:- 10A.';:;4:r::iii:,i;:',t.... 'f, :i::,'. :;';
-blend''with,":the brown carpets. erals used her for flagship and ...,R1.44.0:,,i'-:t::,:::,' ,,:,-:'"wto !:::':',!': :-.7":?:7:?7'.'t,'"'''''''''.;::. ..'":',':,4n,'t,"':,:tt-:: rrA, er a mid ner mountain of mimeo- by voice and onto s encils and ir:,- :6:,..,.0: I ,.....:i ,7:;.'j:.-:::::.:t-Q:'::.: : ...'''''-,;? .;:'-::,:g.':'iks'A:.;,..:,..:,::::: :.k,
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.air-conditiOned .atmosphere; ,: a use Iter for -it target, but missed.
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note of Interest to.many who have She was btksy to the very end of
traveled4 tropical climes on less the war scomModating nearly 100 ::,,,:,,,4,,,,,,,,,6-,, ,..,--,.- ante of her job toward making was neatly labeled and shelved '::-::-;:.:':-i--. .;:::,i. 1 ,:,:emo,,,,:..:: i:::0,:,.:i,:,:,.::,:...::,:.4..1.,
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luxuriout,craft. t, Allied war correspondents while ;4$;"'";''''''''''-'''',.'"''''''.024 -- a small cog of the conference ma- for easy access to delegates need- ,.-1.: -4- 11411, :,-, AF.,:;-;:ili,,i0--.::, .- -,.:;-,, .:...:::::i-::i,......,.::...7::4 i
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6, broken only by attentive waiters and Dakota as the formai surrend- .:i:, ,.7e:1,.:: "r1,,...,4,41."'.."It-:-. sought by telepnone inquirers, iiy Mrs. Parker normally works i--..-: I -:::,,:is,-,::?,:im,:,,,. 4,,,,,'..,,;;:f,.,- Im:,:--:- -'::--0-4.11:, : 7
4 Catering to the diners' desires er papers were signed. 't,' ,,,,,..a $4.0..,....,, -...., ....,:.::,.:,....::,'::,:tt- ;:::,:'4....., ..1:!.i:;:t...ip.,..14,!,.',..,':::.; dblayesietgmwaeteesesske,aneeking a speech from at the Copal headquarters in n4 ; .Ai4,,::-?Oiiiftt:ii,',..?,::--, .:::',.:i:,:.i. .:.i.:-1.:ti,i'.;':.:Itiiw4of.i.:4,--,ie,:.15::.
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could relax in a spacious reading It was from the Ancon that ...... takes car of correspondence on ., -t-,-''''''"'.::. --"''''''''i'''' .... 41:1:''' ..Y.: AtiiithI:lie:1&;,,, ''',:.714:$,.1.:.43-
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cabins, which look like sitting cast to the world. 4, :?v-''-'I:;: -,:v."'':::-:,": ::.,...,4 ..,- ,:.,,, ,-:, .6, -,ek h ffi. d the but em n
room by day with the beds neatly The war veteran was returned .4.-.J4":,'.- jr, ....:7'...--...,?,1:::.;:::'::'::'V.i.:;:6.i.,... O''''::"':::. L::, t:J...,..... '''',',:-'.:,,,:,,,',::.!:,,,:I':,i,:.i,, paper-s u Ing gran mo r, a cc pa lad her to the Pan.- .,. ,:;-,,,,,,,:,,,-,,43- 40,40,l':,: .1-4,..,,,i.. .... -,- i.. ,,,,,,, ..,,,:.,..,40,,t;; :::
accordianed into the walls. Men to the Panama Line in February, !:,yr...,--",,N,:, .,:49.-,a:,. $.i.,4,.. :q,;,:,4,,:;:,.1,,6:
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plum D. .E'.1.i- helpers wore roc rui tad loc a I I y. -,.. ...- -- ,!-1-4, .:-::,:,..-.,K.,4,z,,;),,,,,WA.vatme.:.m.:::,:--;,',,;:,:,?.0.,...,::::
' probably would be less impressed 1946, and has since offered as a ::i.tt....: ,41:p.,... ,..:::m,s4...:::,i:, ,:., ..Aiim:i
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01" the personal facilities on the An- travelers and cargo. ,,,,:?,::0-::.::::.t.,:pf, .it,.;.:.,,i.... ...,,,:. ,,,. when accompanied witn a cheer- Spanish and English fluently, was : ..:A:4:1,',.':;;VO..,:. tt, ,..i,:-: ,'...11:-,.:,'1:.::::;::.::".4.-E?':?;:...:::,:',.$4::,;:7,011,0,,i1.,,,,Z -:::',1::: ''' :I
,!!,.:,,,-:.:,, :,..p,.,.:::::-,.:,.....;;. ful greeting and easy smile, it's born in Chile although her par- -:.:e.-;,,,,,on: ,- .,:.ii, ,:;!:::::::4:::4:..:,::-,:f...,-:-,-i.;,::,,,:,7...,;;,7,:,,,,,-.,?F,;-,A, ,,;.
con tridy amazing. Namely, a The men of the Ancon's crew 'tt.::".:- ,,;..; -,;;"1,;,:-":,;:'':;:': ,''''''-t;:'!:'"' .,: 5,
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bathclub and a large CRISS:, nOt who help to make each trip picas- ,-04.ti.",:;:-,. :5::, .::Nt,i4:4;;;;.ti:;:.,:;.''.:::::-'":,.....,i:i&ii!,:'t? ,,,, ::..1:',.'.4:.':,40k-:-:: ,.ite.. a real pleasure. ents were British. Her husband .';',-::,,:e.::;:.', W .;?.,:;..' 1:i 4 n.,,,,,,,:,, ,,,,. ,, ,,,,, ."fp,7,,,,.
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0 Fresh air fiends their fa- Captain Feley, Malcolm A. Ca- ."" --:' :.::::n.,:.., ..4:,::,,,,-"N41:::-.,.:::.:-.:::::. ,, ,:..,,,?:tt,,;,,,,, ,,,,,:tt..:::?t,,.,,,, ..!,: Copal conference, sho comes ing Corpora,ion in Santiago, and : '1,,O,,,,;:,:::::;:i.:::::ie:1&.:',,i.
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chairs invite btrdwatchers, and a Sanzari, chief officer; David Se- ,,,k,,41 ,,,,,,t,,,,, ,,:,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,.,.,: .. .:. ..,.., ''::''"':''''''''''''':'' '': r': before and atter tha confaronco children also make their home in .1:i.:'::''''::.:'41iV;
small ',pool provides authentic garra, chief purser; George Me ..,...: -t4- ,,,:.1:,,,n...:,:,N,..,;;,:;,:,..,,t, 0- 4 itself, and before and after each that city.
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60 "' Decorates Engagement Party ON ME PASSENGER LIST Rev. and Mrs. Oscar W. Olsen and t some are going to win out while do the work they're supposed"to
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The moment my shame goes ny clean and well-trimmed. If has a special problem. If she is '.
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li..Chief." "liclli..Chief." We moved toward me. There
liar a gun in nis right hand, a
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'Yeah, I guess so.' I gestured
Wlird the still form of Hugo
' Well. "Ile's dead, Chief.'
l'il.w nodded, his lips tight. "Pm
prey. I had to shoot fast.'
li 'Ihanks." I said. "t hanks
Chief." It seemed that the ground
'Vat:moving beneath my feet and
Cat the sunlight was dying.
l'Irfelt him gras-, my arm.
4ii 'We've got to geki you to a doc doctor!!!
tor!!! doctor!!! ,:st;Na hurry,' I said lightly. 'I'm
OM alive." It was a wonderfid,
dizzly feeling, "I'm just fine
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IP white was leaning over me.
ir;Vould we like some supper?"
SPe asked brightly. A fountain pen
and a fever thermometer were
glinped in a pocket. of her uni uniform.
form. uniform. 11:"Sure," I said.
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'ging me up to date. She did.
Chief of Police Campbell had
brought me to the hospital around
It o'clock. I'd been unconscious
fl'om shock and loss of blood.
"And a good thing he did." the
Itimse said, "because the bullet hit
w vein, one of the veins off tli
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Int. Slowly and gently I re- anesthesia. Then he gave you a
Inoved my arm from beneath flu- sedative and you e been sleeping A growing business in Panama which is providing service for '''"xlx"'"- If ,i,::" .
Vol Howell's shoulders and lower- ever since." the owners of pleasure and fishing craft is the Deco Marine construe-
'SW, him to the weeds. see,'' I said 'rho area above tion and reoair yard which was installed on the rockv shores of San 53 ,::5 .. .,

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, '4' tehind me a voice said, "Are my lett collar bone felt stiff and Francisco de la Caleta last November.
02 all right, Bennett?' sore, and ti a hand to feel Tile new Panamanian enterprise, which employs some 80 Pan Pan"
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;;:t SWUNG around and stared "I'm Airs. Correll. Air. Bennett. by its owner as tile only marine railway between Punta Arenas. i

dumbly. A man vvas standing in The whole town buzzing about
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' 411e,Ainderbrush a little distance what happened lier eyes were 1 boat repairs in a complete and efficient manner.
" 'Away, a I narrowed my eyes and iludiiht and inquisitive "When you A $40,O00 fishmg boat which was re-laucched last Tuesdav in tin- I
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101viy he came into focus. "Del- Jed beller. would you ten me a-1 top shapt from the Deco yard, after being completely overhauled and tr.:
AChief." How how you caught that murd- repaired, is a good example of the kind of service the new enter-
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Wag, a dirty gray color and 1 nght outside, waiting for of Qceano Pacifico, limped into the! Deco's general manager, could
,- honed that I would never see 1 vou to wake uo 1)r Mowry said !channel provided by Deco for its ft-111Y appraise the extent of tne : I

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war moving beneath my feet and and his lean face was haggard. Hand and is as good as new again 1 company also oxpocts to do busi- IN:SEMMOROMMVE0 .:7gRal 1 I

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that. the sunlight was dying. Ile ga7ed down at me soberly, his at a cost of a Mere $3500 or -so. floss with boat owners of nearby i;;P:r79,
tIrfelt him gras-, my arm. thin lips set in a tight li n e. Like all boats which come in countries and in time to senile
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lie've got to gek't you to a doc- "How're you feeling. Bennett?' to the Doce yard for repairs, small craft for LLS, agencies on riemot oo: .:;.: : ..
tor,- 'Good, Chiefthanks to you4 the Ocean Pacifico was allowed the Canal Zona.
:;'Ne hurry,' I said lightly. 'I'm The nurse told me how You to slide in at high tide onto a According to Ghiloni, officials
gilt alive It was a wonderful, stopped the blood with your wheeled-cradle at the far and, of both the U. S. Army and Air MARINE RAILWAY Small boats up to 100 fet are cradled and pulled up Into the Deco Marine boatyard or launched out to sea
aizzly feeling, "I'm just fine shirt of the marine railway which runs Force here are interested in the again at high tide on the rails showia above. In the background, shrimp boats occupy five of the yard's nine cradled berths while
'I was afraid I wouldn't get you down the beach into the water. idea of using Deco's facilities, they are being made seaworthy.
0A plump gray haired female here in time." After being made fast to the nrobably owing to the fact that

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jugular, a branch. Chief Camp Campbell
bell Campbell saved your life. We took you
right into emergency and Dr. Mow Mowry
ry Mowry tied off the CM under local
anesthesia. Then he gave you a
sedative and you.e been sleeping
ever since."
see,'' said, The area above
my left collar bone felt stiff and
sore, and a lifted a hand to feel
the bandage there.
"I'm Airs. Correll. Mr. Bennett.
The whole town is buzzing about
, what happened Iler eyes were
!briLzht and ingukitive. "When you
!feel better. would you tell me a about
bout about how you caught that murd murderer?"
erer?" murderer?" "Ile caught me.- I muttered. "I
want to see Chief Campbell."
"Ile's right outside, waiting for
you to wake up. Dr. Mowry said
Lyon could have visitors. Shall I
I tell Chief Campbell to come in?"
"By all means," I said grimly.
"Now."
XXXV1
CHIEF OF POLICE Orville
Campbell came in and stood by
hed, his hat in his hand. The
coldness was gone from his eyes
and his lean face was haggard.
Ile gazed down at me soberly, his
thin lips set in a tight 1 i n e.
"How're you feeling, Bennett?'
'Good, Chiefthanks to you4
The nurse told me how you
stopped the blood with your
shirt
'I was afraid I wouldn't get you
here in time."
"Thanks again.'
'Bennett, I should have no-.
ticed that Howell had changed his
shirt. My eyes aren't so good any
more, I guess.'
He moved his hands helplessly.
"I saw you leave Howell at the
Harbor House. Howell entered the
hotel, but almost immediately I
saw him drive out from the park parking
ing parking area and follow you. I follow followed
ed followed him. I drove part way, and
then walked. He wasn't around.,
I sneaked into the woods and saw
him. Ile was crouched down in
the underbrush, watching you.
And then suddenly I beard a shot.
It surprised me, because I didn't
expect Howell to have a gun. I
siom; no, hut I could no lon-or
see Howell or you. There v
two more shots. Then I saw 3uu
lying beneath the evergreen, saw
you move. waited and watched.
, Then I saw you crawl out from
under the tree. I was about to
'come forward when saw Howell
appear behind you.'
"You waited too long."
"Listen, Bennett. For 30 yeafs
I've been ail 119,11est, cop. )Vhat
Howell told ,about me:1:was
something only you and Howell
would know,,If I had let him kill
you, no one would ever kno that
I hadhad slipped. I would keep
'my job here, and I need it. I
can't get another. not at my age,'
Ile leaned forward, his eyes plead pleading,
ing, pleading, "Please, Bennet, try and
kunderstand.'
"I'm trying, Chief.'
"Howell told you the truth about
me," he said. "I did weaken that
first nightI saw no harm in it.
And he came back, as he'd pro promised.
mised. promised. Still, I knew that I'd been
wrong. I returned his money, but
the fact remained that I'd let my myself
self myself be bought. I couldn't forget
that. Last' night it was different;
he tricked me then, as he told you,
and knoked me out." lie touch touched
ed touched the still swollen spot on his
jaw. "I want you to believe that.'
I thought a moment, trying to
balance thirrgs in my mind. Then.
I said, 'Chief, it's odd, but I don'il
seem to remember anything of
what llowell told me except that
he'd killed Ambrose I,ott and San Sandra.
dra. Sandra. and that he tricked you I kl
night and locked you in the cell.
I'm afraid. that's all I'll be able
to tell the sheriff."
I SAW quick tears In his eyes.
"Bennett, I hadn't hoped'
"Shut up," I said. ''No one
knows that Howell was out of jail
two nights ago, except the motel
owner where he stayed, and he
will heave no reason to remem remembers
bers remembers or care. No harm was done
that night. Don't tell me that
you're already confessed to the
sheriff?"
Ile moved his head slowly. "No.
Sam called off the meeting until
you can be present.'
Ile gave me a thin, bleak smile.
llow's Wayne taking it?'
'It hit him pretty hard. on top
the woman's death. But he'll
be all right. Ile seems like a sen sensible,
sible, sensible, serious young fellow.'
"Ile is," I agreed. "Let me
ktiOW when the sheriff wants the
meet Mg.'
"I'll tell Sam," he said gravely
"Good evening, Bennett." Ile in inclined
clined inclined his head slightly, turned
and went out, quietly.
Mrs. Correti came in for the
tray, without my ryding. I told
her I had enjoyed dinner. She
said she was glad, and added
gaily, "I have a surprise for yOu,
Mr. Bennett.'
I eyed her suspiciously. 'What"?'
'Chief Capnbell's daughter and
a young Man. They're waiting
down at the desk.'
"Send them up."
IN maybe'three minutes heard
steps in the corridor and Honey
Campbell ,,entered, followed by
Wayne Howell. linney wore alt
dark blue sleeveless dress and her
expression was grave and sub subdued
dued subdued Wayne moved past her to
my bed.
They nodded, and I said to

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From Punta Arena

Panama Shipyard Is Only
Small Craft Repair Base

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A growing business in Panama which is providing service for
the owners of pleasure and fishing craft is the Deco Marine construc construction
tion construction and repair yard which was installed on the rocky shores of San
Francisco de la Caleta last November.
Tile new Panamanian enterprise, which employs some 80 Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians under the direction of an American manager, is described
by its owner as the only marine railway between Punta Arenas.
,:osta Rica, and Guayaquil, Ecuador, capable of handling overall
boat repars in a complete and efficient manner.
A $40,C00 fishmg boat which was re-laucched last Tuesday in tip tiptop
top tiptop shapt from the Deco yard, after being completely overhauled and
repaired, is a good example of the kind of service the new enter enterprise
prise enterprise has made available.

The boat. which bears he name
of Qceano Pacifico, limped into the
channel provided by Deco for its
operations on April 23, badly in
need of repairs. It was leaking,
needed new "shoes" and was ge generally
nerally generally in an unseaworthy condi condition.
tion. condition. Expert opinion is that if she had
stayed in the water another two
weekg she would have been a total
loss. But as a result of the facili facilities
ties facilities available at Deco, the boat
was completely repaired on dry
land and is as good as new again
at a cost of a mere $3500 or so.
Like all boats which come in.
to the Doce yard for repairs,
the Oceano Pacifico was allowed
to slide in at high tide onto a
wheeled-cradle at the far and
of the marine railway which runs
down the beach into the water.
After being made fast to the
cradle. she was pulled ashore by a
30-horsPpnwer electric winch and
shunter into a dry berth where
the owners and the yard person
1960 Promises
For Automobile
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DETROIT (UPI) Next year
probably will not be another 1955
for the auto industry but it could
be the next thing to it.
An unexpected boom in auto in inditettiv
ditettiv inditettiv satos thk goring sent the
spirits of usually conservative
ntl o industry economists soraring
but they still retain enough con conservatism
servatism conservatism to refrain from predict predicting
ing predicting another 1955.
The auto industry recalls 1955
with fond memories. That was the
year the industry set a record of
7,200.000 domestic car salt's.
"That was an abnormal year
for its time," said Fiord Motor
Co., economist Ross Hanse. "It is
possible we could hit those peaks
again next year but there are too
Reuther's Remarks
On Rill Amendments
Include icorn
DES MOINES, Iowa, May 23--
(ITPI)---Walter Reuther, vice-president
of the AFL-CIO, said Senate
amendments to the Kennedy-Erwin
labor hill put a "straitjacket'
on "the decent elements' in labor.
Reuther said the original labor
reform bill 'would drive the
crooks out of the labor movement.'
But he urged the House of Re Representatives
presentatives Representatives to eliminate the a amendments
mendments amendments tacked on before the
bill passed the Senate recently.
Reuther also struck out at Teams Teamsters
ters Teamsters Union president James Hoffa
for Moan's recent suggestion of a
nationwide strike to combat the
Kennedy-Erwin bill.
"It is another example of Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa too often thinking with his mus muscles,"
cles," muscles," Reuther told the Des Moines
Press and Radio Club dinner.
The labor leader called for in increased
creased increased federal spending on
schools, housing and hospitals to
reduce unemployment and called
for extended time limits on unem unemployment
ployment unemployment benefits.
Wayne, "I'm sorry about your
father."
"Thank you, sir. Do you mind
if we don't talk about him?'
"I understand," I said.
He continued to gaze at me. "I
was the one who hit you and
shoved you off the pier the other
night.'
I was surprised, but pretended
not to be. "So what? You pulled
me out, didn't you?'
Wayne said, "I've told her
about it. You're right, sir.
I hated you. I wasn't thinking
straight. You were another hired
defective, like the others, and I
was tired of fighting my father.
I followed you to the pier because
I wanted to strike out at some somebcdy,
bcdy, somebcdy, anything, to get even with
my lather. II couldn't stand any
more. picked up a brick from
pie on the way and hit you with
it. Instantly I was ashamed and
horrified. I realized that you
welt, not to blameyou were just
ki,ing a job. So I threw you the
rope, and'
"All right,' I said, not wanting
to remember my black fear in the
water. "orget it." looked at
Honey Cambell 'Take him out
aad buy him a lemonade or
something!
They beat it. The door closed
behind them, I settled back
against the pillow. I really did
feel tired. And old. A million years
old.
(THE END)

To Guayaquil .. P

nel under A. J. (Tony) Ghiloni,
Deco's general manager, could
fully appraise the extent of tne
repairs needed.
Up to the time Deco went into
operation, this kind of service had
not been commercially available
to the owners of fishing boats,
yachts and eller small craft.
It is understood that large local
fishing firms have some facilities
for repairing their own boats.
in addition to servicing ves vessels
sels vessels owned by Isthmians, the
company also expects to do busi business
ness business with boat owners of nearby
countries and in time to service
small craft for U.S. agencies on
the Canal Zone.
According to Gbiloni, officials
of both the U. S. Army and Air
Force here are interested in the
idea of using Deco's facilities,
nrobably owing to the hot that
the installation meets all the ap approved
proved approved specifications of the, Inter International
national International Insurance Underwriters.
Ghiloni added that he also
To Be Big Year
industry In US
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many variables still to be deter determined
mined determined to safely predict it."
But Hansen admitted that he
and all o:her auto industry econ economists
omists economists were pleasantly surprised
by sales so far in 1959.
"An upturn in sales in the
spring is a normal situation,"
Hansen said. "But the boom we
experienced this spring was big bigger
ger bigger than anyone in the industry
expected. We, and everyone else,
had to hike our estimates of how
many cars we expected to sell
this year."
Hansen's latest estimate for 1959
is "right around six-rnilliOu." That
would Make it a better year than
1956 and almost as good as 1957.
And Hansen foresaw a big im improvement
provement improvement over this year in 1960.
"I don't want to rule out the
possiblity that we could match
1955 in 1960," he said. "But, while
think it is possible, don't think
it is probable."
Hansen expected the big stimu stimulus
lus stimulus in 1960 to be "the new prod products
ucts products we will offer to the public."
The "new products," he said,
included the new smaller cars the
industry would offer but also in included
cluded included draticallv restyled stand standard
ard standard models with some startlingly
new engineering innovations.
Much of the auto industry's suc success
cess success in 1960 will depend upon the
reception the smaller cars get, h
said.
"We don't know how many per persons
sons persons buying smaller cars will be
buying them as a substitute for
standard cars or how many will
be buying them in addition to the
ears they now buy," he said. "If
the smaller ear market doesn't
cut info sales of existing models
very much, we could have a real really
ly really big year in 1960."
Hansen agreed the 1955 record
would probably no' remain intaet
long but he doubted that it would
be wiped out by a one-year flash
in the pan.
Mother Hurls Baby
Through Window
In 'Experiment'
ST. LOUIS (UPI) A young
mother threw her 3-month-old
baby out the second-story window
of her home yesterday to see "if
the chilI could fly." The child suf suffered
fered suffered no apparent serious injuries.
Police said the woman's hus husband,
band, husband, James Smith, told them his
wife, Mary, 26, came home early
yesterday morning and began
throwina, pillows out the window,
When he went outside to re retrieve
trieve retrieve them. his wife shouted that
she was going to throw the baby
out the window to see whether the
child could fly. he said.
Smith said lie tried to catch the
baby but the child slipped through
his hands,
Mrs. Smith was taken to Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm A. Bliss Hospital for obser observation.
vation. observation. BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, MAY 25
High
Time Ht.
5:48 cm, ,, 17.5 ft.
6:04 pp. 17.5 ft.
LOW
Thine
11:52 am.
Ht.
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MARINE RAILWAY Small boats up
again at high tide on the rails shown
they are being made seaworthy.
hopes to do opusiness shortly with
the Panama Canal Co., because p
in his opinion he can effect re-
pairs to the-small craft used by ',
the Canal at a lower cost than t.
if the Canal did the lob with its t
own men and equipment.
Ghiloni is a naval archlect with
over 30 years of experience most 1
of wItich has been with U.S. Naval s. ',
shipyards in Newport Beach and : .i
San Pedro, Calif.
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He has been in Panama for the --:
last five years part of which he :
spent in the employ of a local ,..
fishing company. i,:;',.:-:.
The company, headed by A. L. .:
(Archie) Byrne, a well known
local industrialist, has invested
some $160,000 in the enterprise. Its
stockholders are largely Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian or Americans who have sez-
tied in Panama.
Both Byrne and Ghiloni are
optimistic, that within the next few
months the firm will have increas- ,!'
ed its staff of workers to at least 4r,
150 men.
Although some special skills ..,
?:i
are needed, Deco does no' hegi iii..;
tate to employ carpenters, me mechanics
chanics mechanics Or welders and others T...7,
who haft no previous wiper!. N'.'4A
ence with boats or marine en. 14i
gines. CI
Ghiloni says that under the su- ..
4
prevision .of his now-skilled fore foremen.
men. foremen. inexperienced tradesmen u- 'A
sually catch on fast and SG011 be- ''i ti
come skilled "shipyard' workers. .:
At least, Ghiloni and the inves- g:
lors in Deco Marine say they are ....,.
satisfied that they are able to ,''''''
provide some new jobs for Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's unemployed tradesmen and GUI
they look to the future with much vess
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The chiding answer tilt "When
it rolls under the bed.", But penJ
nies continue to go a long way
in another rneutner, tooas a
Muidy prop for some clever, party
, stunts. For example:
1. The EWA Penny: Cut tiut
ure A (color it first, if you like)
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can it be? To find out, simply
start at dot 1 and draw a straight
line to dot 2, then to 3, etc., until
all of the numbers have been
used. Where more than one num number
ber number is beside one dot, use the dot
for both. Afterwards, color the
scene appropriately with colored
- pencils or crayons.
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Unlqtte Letters
THE answer to each of the tol tol1
1 tol1 'lowing definitions can be a
: single) letter of the alphabet
Some are s3rmbols, others abbre abbreviations;
viations; abbreviations; still others have the
sante pronunciation as words.
i',01-.1ow many can you ascertain?
1. A beverage
2. Roman for 1000
2. Symbol for hydrogen.
4'. Exclamation.
6. Mechanic's square.
6. Driving conuttand.
7. Indefinite article.
1. Eta in Greek.
0. Roman for 100.
10. Rird with a topknot.
11. Crouword worm.
12. Honey bemcher.
13. Pigtail
14. Kind of turn
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proper colors applied in certain
areu reveal a surprise picture.
Color indicators are as follows:
stande for Tallow; R, Red; 3,
Green; 0, Orange; Blts Black; B,
Blue; P, Pink iuld Gy, Gray. Pink
can be made by using Rod lightly
if you have no pink crayon or
penal. Gray can be shaded by
using a lead pencil.-
Mterwarls, cut' up the dia diagram
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the alr and figure will land up upright.
right. upright. 2. Circulating Penny! Place
coin at center of clotheshanger
crossbar (Fig. B, left). Swing
hanger gently from side to side
(Fig. B, right), increasing speed
slowly. Continue to spin in corn
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THE diagram above represents
17 toothpicks or matches
arranged to form six squares.
The puzzle is to take away six
of thetoothpicks or matches and
leave only two squares. Only aix
matches are to be touched: the
others are not to be rearranged.
Can you do it?
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elm sin tzt segamti Jalueo Jno;
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auldn otAl inn ',towel amigos
Thumb Number
rs RASP the thumb of one hand
-2 with the other fingers, put
the fist into the armpit of the
same hand. Releue the thumb.
Now, remaining in the same po position,
sition, position, attempt to grasp the
thumb in the kerne manner again.
Sounds easy, but try it You'll
find that contraction of muscles
and awkwardness of position
makes this difficult.
Junior Readers
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rpszavE these four numbers:
230 210 2200 22.
Now, what number if multi multiplied
plied multiplied by 10; or divided by 10;
hu 10 added to 't; or 10 sub subtracted
tracted subtracted from it, will produce
each of the above!' (Not neces-
earily in the order stated.)
Answer within one ininute.
you think 'you're smart No fair
peeking below.
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pieta loops, maintaining speed.
S. Penny on the Spot: Cut out
C; tape or glue figure to
coin as -befoc. Place playing
card op index finger (inset 2);
top this with penny-Agure. Ob Object:
ject: Object: to remove card without dis disturbing
turbing disturbing penny A snap of the
finger dispatches the card, leav leaving
ing leaving the coin-Agure in place.

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a ET'S suppose
tf one picture
is worth 10,000
4111 words. Add 50
words stated
below, and you
have a 10,050-word description of
the "thing" above.
This device, advertised for sale
in 1895, was designed to both
proldng and foreshorten the life
of a certain Indispensible 'office
implement. It continues to per perform
form perform this functionin more ad advanced
vanced advanced designtoday. The im implement
plement implement it serves consists of a
slender cylindrical casin, of wood
enclosing long, thin strip of
graphite.
Here's the thingwhat is UT
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lepow hove ay
Cagy Songbird
INSPECI'04 HOSE was ques quest
t quest tioning the night club singer
suipected of being a confederate
in the racketeering activities of
one of her admirers. He wax try tryIng
Ing tryIng to find out whether she had
h a d telephonic communication
with him from her apartment.
"Now think carefully," he said.
"Today is Friday the 13th. Who
has telephoned you xince the
5th ?"
"Let me see," replied Mona.
"anhn rang up and, a couple of
daya later, so did Bill. Peter
rang upoh, and Chris. He rang
before Peter, but he wasn't the
first to call."
"Did Peter phone on Monday?".
asked the Inspector.
"No, he couldn't have. The
phone was out of order. It wax
out of order three days straight"
"Who telephoned today?"
"Nobody. They all phoned on
different days."
Supposing that Mona was tell telling
ing telling the truth, can you figure out
on which day of the week each
of her Mende called?
war' 'Annum', :um 'Alopttrig nritito
'Anunlus Unior 'Ania,ta lactionf
ti'M LLCM
By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
1The "beloved physician" (Col.
4:14)
5Pierces with pointed weapon.
10Dressed.
14Paul and his companions were
forbidden to go here to preach
(Acta 18:8)
15Razor-billed auk,
18Network.
17Waistcoat
18Son of Shemaiah (1 Chr. 3:22)
19Masculine name.
20Accede.
22Capital of South Australia.
24Prices.
28Small bed.
27Confused.
30Bender.
34Weep convulsively.
35COmers.
37Paul was taken here by the
' centurion (Acts 28:18)
38Esther conitrtned this feast
(Esth, 0:82)
40.BombyCid moths.
41Paul was taken on shipboard
Imre (Acts 20:13)
42There were twelve wells of
water here (Ex. 15:27)
43Argument.
45Summer in France.
AOQveller.
48City in Connecticut
50Garment appendage.
51Purposive.
52Feminine name (It.)
58Dull gray
80Legal wrong.
' 81..-Char lotto
83-.Garden$ flower.
, 84Skin affliction.
85Opposere.
(W.-Electrified particle&
atTall tits ,hit.
1313Thou shalt love the Lord thy
Oed with this .(Mark 12:30)
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Do You Know
DERHAPS
A there's a can candidate
didate candidate for the U.
S.-national dower
among the plants
portrayed in re rebus
bus rebus form at right.
Prominently men mentioned
tioned mentioned for this
role, so far, of
course, have been
the rose, carna carnation,
tion, carnation, corn tassel,
grass, marigold,
daffodil, etc., none
of which is in- r
cluded here.
How quicidy can yot
plants shown? Here's
of these is a dandelion dandelionperfectly
perfectly dandelionperfectly obvious abovl
about the rest?
While on the subje(
ers, see if you can id
another:
My first's in stop, but
My second's in pay,
owe;
My third's in down, bu
My fourth's in saucer.
cup;
My fifth's in eyes, but 1
All five letters spell a
STOWS.
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DOCKET billiards or pool is
I played with 15 numbered
balls, 1 through 15, and, of
course, a cue ball. For beginning
of play, the 15 numbered balls are
"racked" in a triangular frame.
Let's assume that you wanted to
place the balls in the rack so that
the outside five
balls add to 36 on

course, a cue ball. For beginni
of play, the 15 numbered balls I
"racked" in a triangular fru
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To PRCVE to yourself there'm a blind spot in
I either or both your eyes try this little test
Close your left eye and look at the X with your
right Hold the paper a foot or more away and
bring it closer, rather slowly. Though looking at
the X, the spot will be apparent, too, but at a cer certain
tain certain point the spot will disappear. Bringing the
paper still nearer, the spot comes into view again.

Lipogram Rebw

WEBSTER defines a lipograrn as a poem in
which there is omitted a certain letter. This
lipogram also is a rebus. With the missing letter
As your clue, see if you can find the rebus solution
a seven-letter word:
Do you ken the place of yesteryear?
Do vex you by my quizzing queer?
Can I log your mind to a little doubt,
Of the place of the light after it's gone out?
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1Melted rock.
2Employs.
3Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus
with this (Luke 22:48)
4Corroders.
5Hit down.
6Pull with great effort.
7Open spaces.
8Upholsterer's naiL
9Chooses.
10Producers.
11Sbn of Jacob (Gen. 29:34)
12Joseph mourned his father at
the threshing-floor of this
place (Gen. 50:10)
13Sand hill.
21Hodiah was a sister to him (1
Chr. 4:19)
23Game of chance.
25More irritable.
27Turkish money of account.
28Greek legislative assembly.
29Hillside dugouts.
30TIL
Find Two Numbers
FThtwo numbers which when
rTn:DultIplied together or added
together, come to the same re result
sult result (Example: Two plus two
equals four; two thnes two equals
four.)
One of the two numbers sought
In this poser is a whole number
between (not including) seven
and thirteen. The other number
Is between one and four and Is
partly Composed of units of
tenth&
What are the ,two numbers?
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right doesn't r
mind at all. Good
sport that he is,
he's inviting you
to watch him
pilot his craft
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line above dotted
line--from bear's nose to back of
his collar. Then fold upper part
of drawing, excepting bear's
head, backward, so that the two
rounded ends almost meet. Crease
on dotted line. Place rockers on
fiat surface. Nudge gently and
boat will rock.
Youngsters can adapt the rock rocking
ing rocking folder idea in making place
markers for a party. Artistic
persons may wish to experiment
with rocking horses, cradles and
items that function similarly.

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39Copies.
41Eagle's nest.
43Wife of Lapidoth (Judi. 4:4)
44Biblical verb form (Ps. 58:8)
47A tribe of Israel (Ex. 31:6)

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AHULtE searchlight employed at the opening ot
a new shopping center prompted this question
from a bystander: "How long does it take the light
to traverse its arc?"
"It takes 30 seconds to go around a 10-mile
circle," was the nearby attendant's reply.
How long would it take to go around a 30-mile
circle?
Answer in 30 seconds, if you can.
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1 flabber1 gaged! You'll see why when you observe the
item this diminutive fellow just got back from the
cleaners. eTwas all a big mistake, of course, as you
will note as ru draw the following lines with a
pencil:
Begin E-13, E-16, F-17, 1-17, J-16, K-13, J-14,
0-14, E-13. Draw 10-17, F-16, 1-11, 1-16, H-17. Draw
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to M-15.

EJCERvISE
49Ancient Greek Island.
5ISeed integument.
52Biblical rock (Judg. 15:8)
53Localities.
54Sea eagles.
53--Mystery.
57Means of entry.
58Serf.
59Promontory.
82Title of address.
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Four folly men sat down to play,
And played all night till break
of day;
They played for gold and not for
fun,
With separate scores Or every
one
Yet tvhen they came to square
accounts,
They all had made quite fair
amounts!
Can you this paradox expiatn?
If no one lost, how could all
gain?
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Framed by archway of an old gate, vehicles'move long streef in Prague.'

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GROVER GOES IN STYLEA funeral procession that's a bit on the merry side ,',
winds through Brighton, England, with Grover, the hog who made a pig of him himself
self himself in a wine spree. Grover drank himself to death last New Year's Eve with
seven gallons of wine. The citizens of San Antonio, Tex., donated a tg,mbstone.

THAT'S A 'TREE' --Juanita Cavanaugh plays coy
with the help of g modernistic piece of sculpture in
Nashville, Tem, exhibit. 'Sculptor, calls it Tree.

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beads ati the), heartily dig into big bucket of, choice food in their eficloures,
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Holding hands, kindergarten children are guided across a street by a teacher. No'Ite streetcars in background,

CINE OF THE "lost cities" of Europe is Prague, capi capital
tal capital of Czechoslovakia. It's one of the cities hidden
behind the iron curtain. Little news or photos come
from there, but recently, the city hosted the World
Amateur Hockey championshipS, covered by newsmen

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Crucifix stands on a bridge.
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from many different countries. Here are Some late
pictures of Prague. The city had escaped much of the
wartime destruction that ravaged other world capitals.
Old buildiugs and monuments, some of them 600 years
old, stand along with structures of the CommUnist era.

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TWISTING AWAY FROM TORNADOESbob Cooper and his faraily can wail out a toped right in their backyard. 1,
in Topeka, Kan. Cooper built the shelter, equipped with blankets, food and ventilation pipe. Helping hifii. try Out
area are wife, daughters Connie; 13,, arid Derma, 8, and son, Mitch, 3, who will use A as playhouse other times,

RETURN OF A CADETTwo British girls watch.
King Hussein of Jordan review honor guard at
Royal Miliiary college in Sandhurst, England,
where he was formerly, a cadet for five months.

TROUT ;ARE THE LURE Actor Jimmy Stewart
(right)!and Justice John Welker of the Michigan
Supreme court get ready for fishing in Marquette,
Mich. 1oeation for Anatomy of a Murder moyii.

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TWO LrrriLE BLACKBIRDS One of the first lessons in counting is demonStrated by 'membirs
of Mrs. Trudy Brigandi's class. From left to right are Ricky Koenig, Susan Gatch, Jeffxey Mehiel
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OU'll OF HARMONY Joey Marceux digs for a vagrant penny while his compaPionssin'i"Way laps, their flower contents spill" g
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" From left to right are Joey Marcoux, Phyllis ,Tac son, a, A.tkin. so.n.,, :in bucolic style.
Robbie Robinson 'and Teddy Schmidt. Mrs. Trudy Brigand!, thhedteach thhedteach-
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THE LITTLE l'IJIITLE A happy, group sings about the "Little Turtle." From left to right fora gantli came oilt into the playground
(back row) Bobbie. Robertson; Nancy Weems Mc 'adtien, Tr.ael Buker arid Nan!! Emerson. (front to .tioti ooe et het most stalwart.
ow) Nate Atkinson,leddl fichtnidteritt,4blie Aim Le .
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ARMY-NAVY SUCCESS STORY affor Pate.; Stone' Scg'epts Ids
diploma from Lt. Col. James A.-Moors

Grod.uotion

a dozen children were-gathered ,C3'
around a bird which had lanai
'Ways from I three and was lying inert. ,,
me. They were all afraid that he wee
feel dying tiut Mrs. Brigandi picked
4 a- him up and found that his little "-
nsibie body was still warm.' She got a
shoe box and some trackers and
irsery a 4mall dish 'of water'..and put
;elves the' bird in the box explalning thee
year after a while the bird would grow 4'
their stronger arid eat.'
cook- It was time for hand' washing !!
le fa- and all the children ilined up but
two little boys who explained thar vr!
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iation they were 'bird guards.!' They
ildren wouldn't move until they ivere re-
which lieved by two others.
.s. The children watched the bird'
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;Ming he was still in his box. The teachei-promised
to leave the window
,each- open in cas,e, he got well enough,
care- to fly.
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ed up one of the children noticed ''
I floe' a little bird perching 'On' Me fence. ,,,
eteoe "He's better," he criedoind they'
liked. all raced inside. Suri. enough the v,
,s in box was emiry. The little bird
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okies- 'outside chirped merrily.

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Mrs. Addie tolciasure, princinat
of the school understands all the
things that are important to I
child's welfare. One little girt '''
picked un a splinter in her leg.
Mrs. Colclasure removed the
splinter, washed the- wound and
administered the, necessary band-, .:
aid. When tht fot said, 'qt. Isn't '''''
better yet," sbeknew' what WAS
expected of her, picked up the
child, kissde the spot "just. Ike
Mommy7 and, of course sh? we'll'
better right; litsay. 4
Sometimek' grown up' language;
is hard to understand. Gerry lost
his baby teeth, nuite early, so his,
inan,Mtny took hini To tile dentist ,"
iltie ,day. Ife t'ame fil and totd the,A
liclksi proudly that 111 was goinglit,
to, have a, hand. ,,,,l,
01That will keep '3,dur mouth I' ,:.,
nice shape until you get your
permanent teeth," said the teach- ,-
er.
.She couldn't understand why
Gerry's face puckered up, until
she realized that all ht knew of
the world permanent was that it
had something to do with bis me ,,,
r ner's visits to the haridresser.
"Bie I don't want my teeth to
be curly." he wailed. ''-'
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and- has troubte 'getting, to schod
each morning because be has to ,'''
feed his lions and tigerit before ho 4'
elm gn., A teroher -would be tfrs olt
Allasultumani,lf,,she didn't try tom
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, RACER. GRADIAtE Susan Gatch steps down ditintily after
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cer of Fort Amador.
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, "How are your lions and tigers
1114 morning, she asked Nate.
"They died," he said matter-of,
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"Oh," sire said, "I'm sorry.
IYhat did thsy die ofr
"They ere too many doodle doodlers,"
rs," doodlers," answered Nate. ",That'll do
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Another favorite grown up
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ick at graduation time is asking
person what they want to be.
ost of aiem don't know and
ones that do won't tell, but a
will answer.
Christine Petersen said she
6 anted to be a nurse. .not a
al nurse, but a gray lady nurse
e mommy.
..."What do gray lady nurses do?"
114 was asked.
."They don't make the patients
better. They just make the nurses
feel better," answered Christine.
The medical profession also had
Its adherents.
"I want to be a doctor," said
LlytIke Rose.' "Doctors take out ev evhing
hing evhing that's bad and put in
nything they think is good. Then
ey sew you up again.-"
Debbie Yeager couldn't say what
te wanted to be but She- was so
otted that the teacher asked her
she would like to whisper it. She
odded and came right up and pat

Test Pilot Crossfield Thinks Himself Lucky
To Be Sought As Anierica's First Space Flyer

' &OS ANGELES (IT') "I'm
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America first space pilot.
verything has worked out just
Att, and I often wonder 'how
laky can,you- get?'"
an, black-haired Scott Cross.
talked quietly at his desk
r the engineering -section of
orth American aviation's
. awling- plant before flying the
esigned to break the space
- artier for 3nanned airtraft In
' first unbridled test out of Ed Edrds
rds Edrds Air Fore Base ,65 miles
- of here on the M'ojave Des
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the right place,, anU at the
t time, te' get the jobs and
41 ects that-I wanted:4 explained
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ear.
"Well Debbie, what are you go going
ing going to be when you grow up,"
prompted the teacher.
Debbie took a deep breath.
"Big," she answered.
A poll of ihe graduates showed
that their favorite TV. show is
"Will Bill Hiccup."
The one most likely to gain
possession of the Good Humor
Wagon (the faiorite toy) was Mike
Tatum. The girl who makes her
cracker last the longest was Ka Kathy
thy Kathy Meagher. "Sometimes she e even
ven even takes it home," said one tot
with admiration.
The four voted most fearsome
in sandbox play were Howard Ha Hamilton,
milton, Hamilton, John Lessiak, John Raser
and Clu-istopher Wi net. Li S'le
Julie Le Brun was voted "every "everybody's
body's "everybody's baby" for an obvious rea reason
son reason "because she's Julie, silly."
The program was about to be begin
gin begin and Mrs. Brigandi signalled
to the little class to sit down. Tow Towheaded.
headed. Towheaded. Robbie Hyatt was halfway
down when the door opened !ti ad admit
mit admit the guest of honor. 1
"Hi grandaddy," call Robbie,'
bouncing to his feet, and Maj.,
Gen. Charles L. Dasher.,command
ing general USARCARIB beamed
and waved back to his grandson.
before sitting down to take in the
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appearance outside of a space
suit is that of any Conserve:lye ly
dressed, white collar business
man.
In one of the rare moments
when he had time to sit down and
discuss the personal motivating
forces that hate made tim one of
the world's "ho;test and, most
tested" pilots, Crossfield said:
"I'd guess:you'd say my moti motivation
vation motivation is to make a 'living. During
and after' World ,War Ave had
pilots and' engineers with a soft
of void in between.' For this gen.
eration, I'm one of the few'pilots
with two degrees in engineering.
"So I'm lucky, because I li k,
wviatioti and,this la my business."
' Croisfield has- been w ei king
around-the-dock some days', (livid

WAITING THEIR TURN Some lade it tip but otheri feel the full importance of the occasion as
they wait for tier names to be called at graduation time. From left to right are Julie-Anne Rei Reiland,
land, Reiland, Johnnie Saltzman, Mike Tatman and Michael Rose.

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ican and the X15's hangar at Ed Edwards
wards Edwards "so I can stick my nose
into -every,hing involving this air airplane."
plane." airplane." He admitted that since his bus business
iness business life had become a public af affair
fair affair he has found personality sto stories
ries stories about him quite embarrass embarrassing."
ing." embarrassing." So while be is willing to talk
freely abotit' die professional- as aspects
pects aspects tA, rocket ship flying, he is
adamant about"- keeping Ine, wife,
Alice:, 'and fiv6 children living
hearby in SUburban Westchester
froM the fanfare 'of publicity.
' Se, how does- a prospecilve
space4aglemodest and soft-spoken
as Crossfield is handle this
problem?
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hadn't yet yentured her reaction'
to his mission in the space fron frontier
tier frontier vehicle because "I've never
asked her."
To Crossfield the seeming risk
tit rocketing at hitherto unknown
speeds in manned vehicles is com commonplace
monplace commonplace for an experienced test
pilot steeped in principles of aero aerodynamics
dynamics aerodynamics 'and engineering.
"Here at North American, we're
not trying te invent new ways of
flying (such as ate Project Mer Mercury
cury Mercury manned capsule) but taldng
the tried and frue -way of 'con 'controlled
trolled 'controlled flight that began with the
Wright Brothers," he said.
' He said-he bad nothing against
Project Mercury with relation to
the X15 program because "they're
entirely different things and don't
Involve any controversy whatso whatsoever."
ever." whatsoever."
'4'In aMeredry! it'g 1 thebuitan
pfissenger; ,ho Is the subject of
physiological and psychological
study," said Crossfield. uThe XJ.5
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completely separate rather this
primary as for 'Mercury.'
As for flying the X15, he saids
"I hate to admit i but it will be
very close to handling any ahr ahrplane,
plane, ahrplane, except there's more of iL
The X15 itself has terrific expan expansion
sion expansion possibilities with the addition
of more power and in different
versions -of the ac ual craft. CaR
sule-type flying is not my bust bustness,
ness, bustness, so tht probably makes me
'refactionary.'
What's the purpose of either the
X15 ,or Project Mercury?
"Exactly what does space ex expl
pl expl or a ft o n mean?" coun ere
Crossfield, "We won't know until
we get there 'and develop it. The
Xlright Brothers didn't know the
'purpose when the flew, but it has
worke4 out.

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eration, wnatsoeration, I'm one of the few pilots from the fanfare 'of publicity. ever." 41t has ever been bus.,"rhat'S
With two degrees in engineering, So, ,,,,, how does- a prospective ''In alleredrio, It's the, liuMan why- model-T car 10014 'different
"So I'm lucky, because I li k space.eaglemodest and soft-spo- passenger; ,ho is the subject of than a' 1959 model."
oviatioti and,this is my business." ken as Crossfield is handle this physiological psychological Crossfield responded with twO
' Crossfield has been werkIng problem? study," said Crossfield. uThe XJ.5 words. when asked whether he
1round-the-clock some days', divid- "We don't discuss it," he said, Is the opposite. The airplane,is.the would like to make the first actual
tag hit time betWeeo,Nor0 Amer- .and be reviled to me his oft-quot- thing, and the human facthrs. are space flight, "of course."
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Ship Bottom

How gay those ioulks that tattered,
years gone, the lace of the blue giant. How gay,
in the Gulf Stream's film of pale calm scattered
sca monsters at play
oft the v of the prow's cool move. Now, shattered,
the giant's toys rot, sanded
and strewn. Oak ribs brown
in air. re-enact on dry water the landed
whale's grim and gasp, as if speared bulks drown
for sky in the lungs and die stranded.
Milo bones commemorate dead toys hurled
ashore by angry blue, time
semis their smash. Far cut. still. leviathans, swirled
in the swim of trans-Atlantic tides, climb
the are of the world.

Max Schmitt In A Single Skull

How shall the river learn
its winter look, steel and brown, how shall wa
upon our moving mirror here discern
the way light falls on bridge and bare tree
except as in the painting? Cold fires burn
autumn into winter. Here still
the pencilled sculls dip, precise arms beat
the water-circles of their progress. Skill
arrow heads elegance. City Line to 30th Street
is forever. Eakins, your Schuylkill
and ours. What you had done
made us see what we saw. Thus our eyes
after your image catch the steel and brown
of rowers on the water, improvise
by you our colors in the winter sun.

Nerewith find solution to Sunday Crouword ptut
tie No. 787, published today.

Answer for Sunday., Feb. SS. CryptoquirENRAr2
COtTS CROWD FLIPPED AS TA
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Editor's Note: Bora in 1101, Richard Lattimore bas published
that translations of Greek poetry, Inctiding tbe Uliad and vari various
ous various plays, and loss contributed poetry to various magazines. A
poetry collection was published' by the University of Michigan.
The author teaches Greek at Bryn Mawr College, ht Pennsylvania.

The Father.
With lull acknoledgement to Janet Flanner'l "Profile," Part I,
The New Yorker, March 3, M7.
They say the phoenix arrives at the time when his lather dies.
Herodottis.

Once gav wit, subsequently a wretched instructor
with his lilacs and pigeons painted for the Malaga bourgeoisie;
even these painted no longer when the unbelievable son
was thirteen, and the brushes handed to him: the little teacher
replas,A to being Seiler Ruiz, father to one who will sot --
perpetuate the name of Ruiz, but goes as Picasso
after the warm mother he liked. In the new universe
of meagre blue harlequins, angled cubes becoming
musicians. bitterly, sharpened bulls. and-naked
desiraHe shapes of what age makes for consolation,
where will you find the pigeons or the lilacs. where handle
the brown feathrs of such a bird as fathered this phoenix?

WASHINGTON Though Fred-,
dent Eisenhower- shurgged aff
press conference ques ion regard regarding
ing regarding a Khrushchey visit to the U United
nited United S ates, inside fact IR that
shortly before Secretary of State
Christian Herter left for. Geneva,
the two-men came to a definite
agreement on this point. The a agreement
greement agreement was twofold:
1. Barring unforeseen Russian'
applecart-upsetting at Gene v a,'
there will be a -Summit confer conference
ence conference in the United States.
2. Nikita, Khrutchev wM be
invited to tour th States
after the confer re.
the made both decisions
some reIuctanre, for two reasons.
First. Johii Foster Dullee bag
long been opposed: second, loth
the FBI and the Secret Service
are worried sick over the pros prospect
pect prospect of protecting Khroshchev
from crackpots and assassins in
the United States.
This is a very real w or r v.
which the President shares. Be
says it gives him the shivers
when he thinks of what might
happen to the peace of tbe world
if Khrtudtchev were injured hi
the United States.

However, Herter convinced the
President he had no alternative.
Since Vice President Richard M.
Nixon is going to Moscow 'with
complete freedom to tour all Rus Russian
sian Russian cities and eve,n return home
via Siberia, Herter argued that
we will have to give Khrushehey
the privilege of either opening the
Soviet Trade Fair in New York

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American Standards Associa Associafion
fion Associafion ntings of popular films are
perhaps the most controversial
subject among professional.. and
amateur photographers today.
Every photographer seems to
have his own pet theory regard regarding
ing regarding ASA ratings and among a
group of four or five camera tans,
you'll seldom find complete agree
ment on exposure data although
all may be using the same type
of film.
The one nottible exception to
this situation is with the use of
color folm when processing is han handled
dled handled by an outside laboratory.
I've seldom heard of a photog photographer
rapher photographer who rates daylight Koda Kodachrome
chrome Kodachrome to a speed different from
the recommended ASA 10. Users
of Kodak's Ektachrome and An Ansco's
sco's Ansco's Anscpchrome have found
the recommended ASA rating of
32 a good guide to perfect expo exposure.
sure. exposure. This, however, excludes the
new higher peed Ebtachreme
, lust announced. It will have an
ASA daylight rating of H.
Super Anscochrome ASA 100 is
another exception, although most
color photographers adhere to the
manufacturer's suggested speeds
with good results. Under bad ligot
conditions, some photographers
advance the speed of Super An Anscochrome
scochrome Anscochrome from 100 to 200. This
increased index is compensated
for by forcing the development of
the color film while it is being
processed.
In the case of black and white
photography, the inditidualist
, takes over. Take Eastman's new
Plus X film. Kodak rates It at
ASA 80 for daylight 'and 84 for
tunggten light. Every photopha photophapher
pher photophapher I know rates the film at ASA
200 ors faster. They all find tbat
the higher index gives better qua quality
lity quality negatives.
The Eastman people say they
prefer te rate their film at slower
speeds because it gives a 'safe.
ty factor intended to prevent en.
der-exposure slue te variations
hs equipment."
for amateurs shooting black and
white film, th best possible course
it to make series of tette' be before
fore before doing any serious -shooting,
Adjust your exposure meter to the
ASA speed which produces the
most suitable negatives ,necoring
to your own standards.:':
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-
Ity DREW PEARSON.
or coining to a summit conference
in the USA.
SO if there isreasonable agree agreement
ment agreement at Geneva, Herter will pro propose
pose propose the date of Aug.A. or Aug.
3 to Khrashilev for a sleeting
-
Afterward,- Mr. K. will be vit vited
ed vited to tour the USA. But one con condition
dition condition will be attached. Dense Densely,
ly, Densely, that the tour take place enly
after the conference.
Thus if Mr. K. is too negative
at the Summit he'll get a sour
reaction from the Americai peo people
ple people down below. Herter hopes
this will make for more success
at the conference table.",
PERSISTENT GREEK
Mayor George Christopher
Ian Francisco Is the find Amer Amerlean
lean Amerlean of Greek descent to govern
a major American city. Plenty of
ttalo-Americans, ranging f r m
the late Fiorello La Guardia of
New York tir Tom D'Alesandro 0
Baltimore. from Anthony Cele Celebrezze
brezze Celebrezze of Cleveland to Louis Ma Marian'
rian' Marian' of Detroit, have governed
big cities. Butonly one Greeh-A.
memos.
It novr looks as if Christopher
would have another unique
tincticm'hat of inducing the too
leaders of the world to hold the
summit confILrence in the ,t1ty
of the Golden Gate.
Behind George Christopher Is
the drive and determination that
induced Ms ancestors to preserve
democracy through the centuries
in one of the rockiest areas in
southern Europe; the spirit which
also Induced his family to mi migrate
grate migrate to AmPrica. With the same
persistence, he begar some time
Igo inviting. urging, nagging
Prime Minister Macmillan and
Premier Khrushchey to hold the
Summit conference In San Fraii Fraiiclic
clic Fraiiclic Bothliked thp ides Eisen--
bower didn't. But with two of el
Big Four acteeable. the hard hardworldng
worldng hardworldng mayor of Sar Franciscol
may get thp summit conference
held at the Golden Gate.
POLITICAL DIPLOMA,TS
Sen. Bill Fulbright's policy of
carefully scrutinizing politically'
appointed diploma's should mean
mil improvement in American
diplomacy. But it shouldn't over overlook
look overlook the fact that some of our
most outstanding diplomats hasp
heen politicians -- beginning with

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Ben Jainin Franklin and Thomas
Jefferson-
More recently Bill O'Dwyer -,
purely a politician, went to Ilea
ce as ambassador and proved a
great bit. He was on a par witk 1-,,-
Josephus Daniels, the former See-
retary of the Navy who ordered '''
the US Navy to fire on Tampico
in 1917: Daniels was critcized it,
fore he came to Mexico, loved lovedafter
after lovedafter he came. So was'O'Dwyer.
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Thurston, a career diplomat', and
Francis White, who spent most
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11111, Republican political ea.'
pohitee, now Ambassador to Meal;
co, is extreniely popular.
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to India had nowhere near the
success of Meer Bowles,. ex.,
Governor of Connecticut,a Demo Demoend.;
end.; Demoend.; or Sea:Jobs Sherman Coo Cooper
per Cooper of Kentuck7, a Republican.
Sometimes politicians have a
Bare for gettlag along with peo people
ple people which eareer diplomats lack.-
Young, Ogdes Reid, newly ap-
pointed envoy to Israel, has been
working so bard b preparation
for his job that lie should be a
great suecesa A84 the close sem
tinpsiven him bp Fulbight
be one reason for it. Senate de debate
bate debate over confirmations is always
healthy.

SUMMIT-00-ROUND
The FBI like's the idea of San
Francisco as a Summit slte be because
cause because the meetings would be held
in The Presidio. the' old Spanish
fortress now used by the US. AA,
my overlooking the Pacific 0-
eean. Securt5P there would be ea.
sy. Only hitch migrht be an ob objection
jection objection from Kitrushcbev against
holding the conference in a 'US
'Army Installation. .-.1dayor
topher operates a. dairy cornetts
ny in San Francisco.. 'A Republi.
ran. be tailor Senator In the
GOP primer,' against Gov. Good.'
win Knightv desol'e the, 'fact thae,
Knight made vigoroue efforts le
get him to withdraw. Christopher
took the pogition that ,Knight
three times, had told him he was
-going to 16(113 for -tioirernor. not
senator. On this pledge Christo Christopher
pher Christopher got kto the race. so he was
not going to get out. He not only'
stayed in, but most of his sup.
mrters backed Democratic Sen.-'
Clair Engle In the finer election.:

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- NEW YORK 11JFIY---The filth
season of the American Shakes Shakespeare
peare Shakespeare Festival Theater in Strat Stratford,
ford, Stratford, Conn.- will consist of "Ro
me and Juliet," "The Merry..
Wives of Windsor" and "A 1 l's
Well That Ends Wen," to be
troruced- into the repertoire in
that order. ,--
"Romeo and Juliet," with Rich Richard
ard Richard Easton and Inge Season in
the ti le roles will open the sea season
son season on June 12. "Merry Wives",
follows on July 2 and "All's Well"
on July 29.
Aline MacMahon and Hiram
Sherman are two of the well wellknovin
knovin wellknovin actors -Who will be witk
- the company this -summer.
Executive producer John House Houseman
man Houseman is especially pleased that an,
increasing proportion of players
are returning to Stratford each
summer, and he counts on about
90 percent of this season's com company
pany company becoming Stratfordites.
This, of course, is a step in the
direction of a more or less per.
msnent acting company, alw.iysi
desirable In Shakespearean reper-tent--The
Festival Theater this year
inaugurates a pre-season sched schedule
ule schedule beginning May 19 for students
and organization& There will be
20 performances available under
a program that encourages
group sales at a discotmt.
These customers will see per performanoes
formanoes performanoes of one of last season's
VIVI, "A Mid-summer Nigh VS
ream," and previews of "Ro "Romeo
meo "Romeo and Juliet."
-
Broadway. latest musket is
"Piro Impressions," a distilla distillation
tion distillation of Jane, Austen's classic
'novel "Pride end Proludice."
Abe Burrows, a successful fel fellow,'
low,' fellow,' as miter and director of
powdier-type musicals, is not tdo,
happily allied with this venture
as librettist and director.- The,

What Do You Read?

Prison Exposures, by Roberti
Neese (Chilton): Pictures and!
text about life in the Iowa S'.ate
Penitentiary by an inmate who is
still there as Convict No. 24933.
Neese was' introduced to reform
school at the age of 12. At 22 he
was sentenced for burglary. "It
took me five years and an es escape
cape escape to learn that there had to
be a better Way to get along in
the world7' he says.
t000k up yriting and pho pho'
' pho' tography with the encouragement
of the forward-looking .warden
and expects to get out soon -and
start hle anew as a photographer.
What' can be Acme about the
growing prison population? Neese
belives that rehabilitation, not
punishment, is. the final answer.
"There has to be punishment,"
be writes.- "make no mistakes a about
bout about that,...)3ut there can be both
punihment and trearment. 'Our
schools have proved that conclu conclusively."Aninformative
sively."Aninformative conclusively."Aninformative and
thoughtful book.
,
Making Profrass, by Anthony
Bailey (Dian:. British authors
love to laugh at the international
spy and the foreign correspond correspondebt.
ebt. correspondebt. But few since the early days
of Evelyn Waugh have bad so
ninth fon with his sort of mate material'
rial' material' as Bailey, whose hero,Slater,
a .guiless young Englishman.
.

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plot. essentialsi of the charming
novel -have been retained, of
course, but there really isn't too
much of the flavor of the origin.
al despite all the externals, buch
as ,1813 costumes and -decor,' of
gre3t eye-appeal and cost.
It us to me that the main
thing 4..-ong with the work in involves
volves involves the character of the
match-making ,mother of the five
Bennet girls. British comedienne
Hermione Gingold plays the role
in a manner that seemed to
muse the- first nighters vastly
more than anything else about
therpreruction.
Yet It Is this very maisover
playing, at the fewest of Lew--
comedy levels, that puts the
production out of point
There 'was si era when the
low comedian was standard In
such a staid musical framework
as the operetta, but that is long
gone, and the projection of com comedy
edy comedy in today's musicals has to
be at a more believable level.
Polly Bergen and Farley Gran
ger, o handsome pair, carry the
burden of the romance in the
roles of Elizabeth Bennet and
Fitzwilliam Darcy. In a roman romantic
tic romantic musical I like the leading
players to be outstanding singers.
Granger is ne. singer at
and Miss Bergen,, aBhough a
vocalist by trade, is net -exactly
the singing type for this reis.
'Imes Mitchell, a fine actor actordancer;
dancer; actordancer; Laurie Main; Donald
Madden; Marti Stevens; Phyllis
Newman and Mary Finney are
some of the good people In the
cast
Jonathan Lucas' choreography
is a bright spot, and Peter Lar
kin's sets and Alvin Colt's col coltumes
tumes coltumes re all that could be desir desired.
ed. desired. The songs by Robert Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Glenn Paxton and George
Weiss are pleasantly helpful
without being, outgtanding.

1 When Slater's Irish Sweeps
'ticket brings him wealth he re
tirns to Europe from New York
and is drawn into the toils of
international intrigue.
Without ever quite realizing
what is happening to him, Staier
becomes an associate of a myste mysterious
rious mysterious Arab, a target of British
intelligence and the new lover of
his associate's mistress. A pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and at times hilarious -book.
o0o--
The Sawbwa and His Secretary,
by C. y. Lee (Farrar, Straus and
CO:lahy): A 'pleasant book recal
ling the author's employment by
the ruler (if Mangshih on the
China-Burma border The Saiv
bwa was an easy-going feudal
lord with a pretty, Eerosian sec second
ond second wife who berated him 'for
eating garlic and pelching. When
the Sawbwa wanted to get rid of
a Communist, or "Property, abat abating
ing abating party eember" who came to
organize, his subjeels, he let Sen Senevolent
evolent Senevolent Loyalty, the chief Bud Buddhist
dhist Buddhist monk, do the dirty work.
'The ruler didn't particulaili
like Benevolent Loyalty but
found ,him useful for certain
tasks. The -'-- --monks drummed,
belled and prayed loudly for the
Communist's redemption and
drove him out of town after only
bur days of around-the-clock el
fort
--o0o--
My Malian 'Journey, by Santha
Rama Rau (Harper): This book
is a result ,of the author's extend extended
ed extended trip to the 'Soviet Union with
her husband, their 5-year-old son
and the boy's nurse.
-The combination of woman
hi a Sari, an American 'business 'businesselm,
elm, 'businesselm, a Jittle Amy in a towboy suit
ands eNegro nurse was,:enough
to atriet curious Ruhshms wber wberever
ever wberever the Wont.
''lliss Rama Rau found that
Russia has 'distinct classes at so society,
ciety, society, despite.'what The party
theoretician May INN
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MAN PLAYING ,TH1
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Amt. Bancroft beautifully
carving a Bronx Golden Gid in
,"Twe for the Seesaw's.. .Times
Square's compact galaxy...Hien
ways growing long tails sof trill.;
tic on weekend'. .The dancing
in "Mery Rides G&W.. .0ter
5,000 years of man's creative ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment on display at the
Museum of Art...Van Cortainclt
Park's primitive forest and bird
sanctuaries. Moonlight's cold
fire igriting skyscrapers., Sid.
ney Pokier eXpressing the is ispirations
pirations ispirations of a human being in
"A Raisin in the Sun". Jive
Bronx Soto" ical Garden's 103
verieties el roses. .The corn.
monplace spiendor Broad
ways's henky tonk parade:
Voices, the incessant roar, the
restless exciterreM ell the shal shallow
low shallow gleam.
Gertrude Berg's whimsical whimsicalwhamsical
whamsical whimsicalwhamsical al as in "A Majority
of One'. .The Bronx Whitestone
span offering a superb view of
Long Island Sound. .George Go Gobers
bers Gobers fuol-et-rol at the Waldorf..
Bronx Park's 700 acress of ,rug ,rugged,
ged, ,rugged, woteed land. The gay Ind
giddy sorhisticated nip-ups of Bet Betty
ty Betty Comdtz and Adolph Green.
A fringe of sycamore trees and
the latticed garden festooning East
62nd Street. Helen Hayes giving
toting lessons. in "A Touch' of the
Poet". .Washington Squares
bench sitters slanting their faces
tostrard the sun. .ThoMain Stem's
frenetic, flamboyant panorama.

The craggy Palisade cliffs mag
nificent in the sun. Judy Gar Garland
land Garland pouring the honey at the Me Metopers.
topers. Metopers. The Park Avenue Mar Market
ket Market offeHng everything from octu octupus
pus octupus to tropical vegetables.. Kee ly
Smith and Louis Prima singing and
winging at the Com Sort Tryon
Park's rock-and-flower garden a aMid
Mid aMid the wooded slopes. .A Ma Madison
dison Madison Avenue shop billboarding:
"Negligees for Entertaining at
Home". .The singing eloquence
of the dialog in "JW. .Fifth Ave Avenue's
nue's Avenue's hush after 2 ayem so still
You can hear traffic lights click clicking.
ing. clicking. .The courtyards and colon colonnades
nades colonnades at the Cloisters. .The buzz
of expectancy at Yankee Stadium
when Mickey Mantle strides to the
plate.. .An impressive mural mao
of Civil War battles at Grant's
Tomb. .The blue and gold sheen
in the air at twilight.
Beekman Place's garden ter terraces
races terraces sprouting leafy charm.
The New York City-Ballet's tog togand
and togand torso gailerinas exhibiting
their soap bubble grace. .The
cltered elegance of Third Ave Avenue's
nue's Avenue's antique shops.. Andy, the
playful Orangutan at the Bronx
Zoo. .Birds tilling the blu
heights. .I'The Music Man's'
soft shoeing and tio-top toot tootling.
ling. tootling. .Central Park's roller
skaters engaged in merry whiz
.The Fifth Avenue emporium
t that feeures "Fig-Leaf Panties"
.The Museum of Modern Art's
sculpture garden vivid com combination
bination combination of stone. trees and flow flow,
, flow, crs. Ellen Hanley, the funny funny'
' funny' bunny in "First Impressionsui.
Granite. glass, marble, aluMi aluMinum:
num: aluMinum: The stars of the United
Najons architectural show.
The fancy brassware Aid on Al Allen
len Allen !tree.. .Dawn's volve:y
sourds whispering the song of
morning.
, Multi-hued kites shaped like but butterflis
terflis butterflis offered in Chinatownshons
I .Pigeons pigeoning on St. Pa PaIrick's
Irick's PaIrick's lawn...The Bowery's string
rtf pawnshons, retail stores, sa saloons
loons saloons and flophouses. Tat Su
zuki Exiling a fire under a song
in "Flower Drum Song'. .The
vmmg sportsmen in the streets:
Filming marbles. skipping row
and playing stickball. grinity
Churchvard's majestic tranquilitv
Oty Dall's triangular park
the Big TOWli'l village green.
The lolly dollies in "La Plume
De Ma Tante'. .The Alumare
constant glass-and-metal clattter.
Adiabatic waveg tumbling a around
round around the piers. .Coney Island's
gin, sand and surf. .Rockefeller
Plaza's burst of petal-magic. A
qmpit yenim of pleasure seeming seemingly
ly seemingly isolated from ,the city's frettc3'.
Pamela Charles guarauteiing
the very sietial vibration le "My

Fah' Lady. ..The- ocission of
faces along Broadway the con confusion'
fusion' confusion' of fleshly outlines in the
constant movement Browsers
nibbling at literatUre in Fourth A Avenue's
venue's Avenue's string of second band
bookshops. .The dialog popping
in "Once More, With Feeling'.
Grimy facades of Greenwich Vil Village's
lage's Village's ancient dwelllings hiding
gems of 19th Century architec architecture.
ture. architecture. .Rod Steiger's gamuting gamutingzing
zing gamutingzing in "Roshomon". Stumy aft
ernoons in the parks when
the take-it-easy attitude extends
itself to almost everything it
touches. The relax-and-enjor-philosophy
is paramount
The first act climax in "Sweet
Bird of Youth'. .The RCA edi edifice
fice edifice fronted by the golden statue
of Prometheus reflecting the solar'
fire. .The dignity of sightseeing
boits cruising the East River.
The fancy footwork of "West Side
Stoty's' cast of capables. Idle Idlewild's
wild's Idlewild's breathtaking perspective of
gmenery and ,graceful fountains.
Cloud murals pierced by the Em Empire
pire Empire State's lofty sword. .The
children's playground on the roof

POPULAR

NEW YORK (UPI) There is
a bumper crop of good dance
records this spring.
Society band leader Lester
Lanin has two notable new spin spinners:
ners: spinners: "Dancing at the Mardi
Gras" (Epic LN-3547), an ebulli ebullient,
ent, ebullient, fast-moving rendi1ion of 43
numbers played in the ballroom
manner and with carnival enthu enthusiasm;
siasm; enthusiasm; and "Lester Lenin and
His TrioCocktail Dining" (Epic
LN)3531), mare intimate than the
Mardi Gras piece only in that
the number of musicians is
smaller.
Billy May can stand alone as
a fine band stylist but Fr nk Si Sinatra
natra Sinatra gives him hand on
"Coma Danes) With Ma" (Capi (Capitol
tol (Capitol W-1069).
On the slow side, "Isle of Gold Golden
en Golden Dreams" by 'Wayne King
(Decca Stereo DL-78496 is hea heady.
dy. heady. Dancers who consider King
the waltz master will find his mu music
sic music better than ever in stereo stereophonic
phonic stereophonic sound.
Stereo also puts more realism
into "A Night at the Tropicoro"
(Cook 2187-SD), recorded right
at the Hotel San Juan by Emory
Cook, a pioneer in hi-fi and bin binaural
aural binaural music. This disk featurPs
Lito Pena's Orquesta Panamericana-
in a good-neighbor admix admixture
ture admixture of Latin and U.S. tunes.
The new sound likewise gives
dimension to the music of one of
America's most-acclaimed dance
maestros. "Larry Etgart and His
Orchestra" (RCA V-i ctor !SP
1961) is a superb electronic ac accomnlishment.
comnlishment. accomnlishment. Maynard Ferguson, leading
Ian musiciah, espouses swing
In straightforward style on
"Swingin1 May Wav Through
College't (Roulette R250511).
Although slan'ed for the under undergrads,
grads, undergrads, it's good dance music for
alumni. too.
Jonah Jones can also switch to
dance tempo without missing a
beat:---"Jonah Jones at the Em Embers"
bers" Embers" (RCA-Victor LPM 20414)
!resents his quar'et on 11 num numbers.
bers. numbers. including interesting ar arrangements
rangements arrangements of ''High Siciety"
and ".Muskra' Ramble."
Lawrence Welk, hitherto a top
artist for Coral. has switched to
the Dot label an excen'ion excen'ionAlly
Ally excen'ionAlly good dance LP. "Mr. MLIFiC
Maker" (Dit DLP-3164) con zists
mooly of medleys, per mit'ing
Welk to squeeze 25 numbers in
the space usually devoted to 12.
SIcted singles: Walk in'
tiome" by Si Zentner and Ilk
Dance Band (Bel Canto BC-727).
"I Ain't Given' llo Nothin'
Ben Hewitt (Mercury 71413)
"Pipasp non't Sav No" by Billy
ISTrtt (Liberty F-55181).
LP of Ho Wools: fine bowl,

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of the Wollman Memorial.. .Grand
Army Plazaa spacious corner
reminiscent of Paris...Jayne Mea Meadow's
dow's Meadow's funtertainment in "The Ga Gazebo".
zebo". Gazebo". .Grand Central depot's
ceiling mural.. .The Hndson's tur turquoise
quoise turquoise splash. Blue-blue skies
clearlg showing the 'path to Prf Prfdisc
disc Prfdisc Mott Street's curio shops gilt gilttering
tering gilttering with porcelain, jade and
ivory carvings. .The comics in
Lindy's heckling each other. A
from of psychological warfare.
The classy-and-sassy goings on
in "The Marriage-Go Rounds,'
thanks to Boyer and Colbert.
bride's altar at the Little Church
Around the Corner. Sam Le
vene's patented spooformance in
"Make a Million". The Village's
haphazard serpent of streets. Now
the center of Bohemia it was
originally a tobacco plantation.
Silence drifting into the corners of
skyscrapper cliffs after midnight
Ale pleasure of "The Plea Pleasure
sure Pleasure of His Company". The o
y seasons unique weather. The
tang in the winds and the tingle
in the air.

CONCERT

NEW YORK RIPI) There's a
dazzling number of stars in a
new recording of "La Forza del
Des ino." Mario del Monaco, Re Renate
nate Renate Tebaldi and Endre Bastini Bastinini
ni Bastinini from the tenor-soprano-baritone
soul of the piece, but you also
get Cesare Siepi, Fernando Core Corena
na Corena and Giuletta SiinionCo,
Yet, as recorded opera, their
uni ed efforts do not kindle a
really hot lire. There is perfect perfectly
ly perfectly beautiful singing, of course,
informed with al? the subtle nu nuances
ances nuances of the singer's art, and it
is enchanced by the smooth?st
kind of stereophonic recording
What you miss is the pace and
throb of an actual performance.
The sinners apparentsly wore
most conscious they were record recording,
ing, recording, not performing (Londo-OSA11105).
Giant Carlo Menottl'a new op opera,
era, opera, "Maria Golovin," did not
manage to last out one wee(
on Broadway, but here is a
complete recording of it, made
by singers and players who
have become specialized in Me Menotti.
notti. Menotti. Broadway's verdict was prob probably
ably probably wrong. The opera has mitch
more value than its brief run
would indicate. Ye' "Maria Golo Golovin"
vin" Golovin" is remote from reality, boll
in story and music. The age is
against the esoteric (RCA Victor VictorLM6142).
LM6142). VictorLM6142). Since Richard Strauss composed
the grea'est opera of this cen century.
tury. century. ("Der Roseekavalier") there
are many who lust cannot Ir Irlieve
lieve Irlieve his "Arabella" doesn't even
approach it in nuality, since it is
in the same vein.
That no doubt was the spirit
behind a beautifully sung and re recorded
corded recorded performance of i with
such as Oto Edelmann, Usl Del Della
la Della Casa, Hilde Gueden. -orr,e
London and Anton Dermot ) in
the hig parts.
"Arabella" has good stuff in
it, bot a lot of dui!. mn-lerh,n
stuff. It's worth knowing but
don't income Rosenkava!ler
(London-OSA1404).
Jussi Rjoerling returng so the
Metropolitan Opera enxt season
and a recording of his. makes
you think it's about timesince
it reminds you th4t here is one
of the mos' expressive and mov moving
ing moving lyrie tenors now nractleing.
The recording is a' colleelon of
tenor arias (RCA Victor-LM2289).

of Pe le"- by Artiun Lyman Miff MiffRecord
Record MiffRecord 1?-813). an unusual ex excursion
cursion excursion into hi fi sound. Em Embroidering
broidering Embroidering around the legend of
a fire goddess the Lyfan group
employes exotic themes and
weaves them Into a plausible
whole.

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0, ... in a Sari, an American 'business- Adiabatic waves tumbling a- the space usually devoted to 12. .p
,- J elm, a little boy jn a cowboy suit round the piers. .Coney Island's 5 1 c 1 e d singles: Walk in' of Pele"- by Arthin Lyman (Hifi (Hifi.,
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con tic least Irv. Nit inito 40 Russia has distiact classes at so- , "PIP at. noel Sav No" by Billy employes exotic t h e m e s and
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1Prickly
plants
6Shelter
10City in
Algeria
14Jump
19Anew
20Juncture
21Bare
22Pole used
in Gaelic
games
24Contri 24Contrition
tion 24Contrition 26Dwelling
27Emmet
28Piece out
30In spirited
31Split
pulse
33Fortify
34Guiding
38Candidate
40Trap
41That
which
imparts
circular
motion
44Popular
drink
45Heap up
48East
Indian
xylophone

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HORIZONTAL
49Spanish
champion
of Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity 51Walk
haughtily
55Varnish
gum'
56-0ffer
58Have
recourse
command
61Chief
63Blind
64Cancel
65Rich

86Builder
87Gallop
89And,not
90Crowd
92Pike like
fish
93Pursue
94Phase
96Be in indisposed
disposed indisposed 98Tower
100River
(SP.)
101:Joy
105Rebound
t)6Washes

Lk,

source 111Delay
66Liberator 112Salt
68Criminal 113African
69Marine cat
snail 115Biblical
71North name
American 116Corded
snake cloth
72Fasten 117Humble
firmly 119Elastic
73Heath bitumen
74Triangle 122Run off
76Slave 124Hide
77Vivid 125Mexican
80Bart of coin
harness 128In a trice
81Cowardly 127Indian
83Refuse black
from buck
grape- 128-11plight
pressing 129Row,
84Secrete 130Bristle
85Flyer 131Drift

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for figs
2Deputy
3Class of
society
4Cravat
5Concern
6Quaking
7IJseful
insect
8Indian titie
9Mimic
10Dish of
eggs
11Fissure
12Bow
13Requires
14Flakiest
15Flap
16South
American
serpent
17Rampart
18River in
England
29Outfit
32Likely
35Abstract
being
36Coal
sorter
38Ascended
39House
menace
42City in
Russia
43--,American
spotted
cat

VERTICAL

45-1n the Emil
46Darkish
area on
moon
48Scoff
50Point
52Moving
53Cotton
fabric
54Piercing
57Substance
58Re-lease
59Go back
over
62Barrier
64Breed of

Fit

45-1n the axil 82Tatter'
46Darkish 83Heavy
area on hammer
moon 86Again
47Ap. place.
plauded between
48Scoff 87Green
50Point vitriol
52Moving 88Wettest
53Cotton 91illuarry
fabric ing tool
54Piercing 93Lift with
57Substance exertion
58Re-lease 95Sign of
59Go back assent
over 97Horne of
62Barrier lark
64Breed of 99Redactor
beef cattle 100Regret
65Book of 101Coated
Old Testa. with
ment Icing
67Commo. 102Toil
tion 1032American
68,Methodi. aloe
cal ar. 104Was
ranger dormant
70Margin 107Field of
72Return action
73Blun. 108Irregular
dered 109Refasten
74Melt 110Souander

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73Blun- 108Irregular
dered 109Refasten
74Melt 110Squander
75Lineage 113Situation
76Weary 114Prong
77Weed in 118Dry, of
cornfields wines
78Pagan 120Rawailan
deity garland
79Area at 121Child
base of 123Malayan
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NEW YORK (UPDAfter seelig
lie new MUSiCal, "Juno," I 'went
back to its source' 'and re-read
Sean 0':.;asey1s drama, "Juno and
the Paycock. 1
MY opening night suspicion was
confirmed. The play is just 'too
strong and tightly-knit a work to,
be moulded successfully into the
Broadway musical form.
The transformation attempted
by Mrat, Blitzstein, who certainlY
is one of our best gheater com-
posers, and Joseph Stein does not
give "Juno" compelling identity
of its own. The strongest elepents
are still basic dramatic scenes
that are essentially pure O'Casey
Yet they suffer to' s certain
degree through the necessity of 1
decorating them with songs and
dances -
- 1
The original work has a relent-,
lessly mounting tension and trag tragedy
edy tragedy in 'ts telt of Dublin slum life
Ouring the Rebellion yearsof the
early 1920's, and any interruption
is a distraction.
Second-guessing, I would say
that the only chance of real suc success
cess success in turning "Juno and the
Payeock' Into a lyrical piece
would ba to fit it to the opera
form. This, by the way, has been
Blitzstein's princiapl area of ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment in the pgst "The
Cradle Will Rock." "No for An
Answer" and "Regina."
One of the larger disappeint disappeintments
ments disappeintments connected with "Juno is,
the fact that the characters of
Juno .ind her loafing, peacock
husband "Captain" Jack Boyle,
lose much of their-sharpness and
bite. Shirley Booth and Melvyn

Children are sure-fire when it
comes to interesting subject for
a camera whether you're a fa father,
ther, father, mother or close relative.
'rhe logical place to start is at
the hospital shortly after the bles,s
ed event. One of the most trea treasured
sured treasured pictures you can make is
of a new baby a few days old.
It is necessary to have the hos hospital's
pital's hospital's permission to take pictures
in the nursery. Most hospitals
don't mind, but it's best to ask I
you'r doctor about it beforehand.
Photographing the infant is a
natural for flash. in the case of
the simple box-type camera with
attached flash synchronizer, fol follow
low follow directions carefully and take
several shots to be sure of at least
one good one.
Try shooting from differnt
angle each time. That way, you,
improve your chances of getting
a really good shot.
The one big hazard is the pos possible
sible possible reflection of the flash bulb
in the nursery window. Never
shoot straight thorugh the glass.
If you do. the .flash will bounce
right off the glass back at your
camera. Thi result? A big glare
anti no baby.
It's easy to avoid ,this. Just
at.nd tn or0 side of the window.
When th. light goes- through at
si,ot, it can't bounce batic, If
the baby's crib has high,sides,, you
may have to stand on chair to
be able to see him better.
vnu ars fortunate enough
to be the owner of a high speed
miniature camera with a lens
rated at F2 or thersabeits 'you
pre,bahly will be able to 'shoot
throw the plass using only "a "ayauable
yauable "ayauable With 4 high speed film such as
Kodadk's Tri-X or Ailsees Super
Hyper'. the exposure ',Judd be
something like 1-25kat F2 or PIA.
if you have a 'meter, tise the ex exPosure
Posure exPosure it -gives.,To be sure,-brack-,
et your exPosures, giving a little,
more or a little less to each addi additional
tional additional exposure. 1
As a precaution' when shooting
flash, use a transtarent plastie
flash guard 'over the flash gnu.
This is a must if you are shooting
the batty's' nicturis where there is
no ,rntective glass between you
and him.

PHOTOGRAPHY

ay ED PITZOERALD

, JACK GAVEk
---- 0 -,

Douglas, two of our- finei'actor4
have the. roleil, but certain quail.
ities elude them:,
Some may consider it unfair''
'to ritgatd '4,1uno", so closets in
relation to ".lini and tile
cockfl but the creatoes,- who e
honesti this respect must b
acknowledgikt actualy h v
brought trki Ott thentselveS by
trying to bst taithful to O'Catoy
A gallant effort but not a sat-
isfying I
,
Tennessee Williams obviously
has another big. hit in "Sweet
Bird of Youth" at the Marlin
Beck Thcaier, but I tan't go along
as an aimirur of the new work
I found unly ont of,the-charac-
ters really interesting-- and sho
was- br.illantly etched by the
playwright and by' actress
aldine- Page -the resiat
that I couldn't care particularly
about, what the rest were doing
or what happened to them.,
This feeling was espeeiany
strong in regard to the leading
male character, erraticallY Plalred'
by Paul Newman, and if he doe
n't get Anidek' your skin, neither
does the play.
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Time plays on us in rushing ut
through our youth before we get
time to realize the hopes of ouir
youth. Williams' protagonist is a
Southern boy who dreamed og be,
coming a movie star, but never.
had whit' he calls "the breaks''
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etely trying to maintain a front frontand
and frontand latch onto something of
someone by any means zpossibin,
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when he picks up a fading but
well-heeled movi staty but P
tUrnS Cot that -she isn't quite
washed up yet and whin sh
discoiers 'this she is no longer
concerned igout his future..
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the man's last hope, tug he had
no desire to escape the punisitt
ment he faces at the hands of
enemies in his home town whet
he messed up the life of a girl ho
had loved.
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ise, but from that point on Eli
Kazan's direction ruined for mg
whatever tile playwright still had
in store. Ile gave the impression
he thouaht he was staging a ten,
twent'-thirt' melodrama of the
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Satan and -Cardinal Campbell,
ty Bruce klarshall illougaton
, Mifflin): A witty ,and, provocative
novel r that wid amuse most
readers and anger a few. liar liar'
' liar' shalle convert:Jo Boman Cattio Cattio-
- Cattio- Leiser, tells tit ott eaint-like, eon eon-
- eon- Vert who beccmos.a priest ta
poordiocese in Scotland, MA goes
, through World War I es
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Other character's. are as Dunes
falleneway Catholic who,,d regains
his sight and faith for a:limq, a
waspish conmon who spends 40
years writing a book that is
prontptly placed on the index. of
proscribed works; a tough-talking
American nun who writes
poetry and runs gas station on
the side.
, Marshall takes the readers be be'
' be' hind the scenes, of the Church-,
lets him eavesdrop on popes and
- cardinals and priests and nuns es
", they "talk shop." The converse
tions reproduced are wildly fun funny,
ny, funny, soberingly profound, often
touchingly devout.
Thei book will delight readers
vim admired Marshall's "Tbe
World,; the Flesh and Father
Smith!' and "Father Malachy's
Miracle."
Someone to Love, by Nina
Farewell (Messner): Each chap chapter
ter chapter deals viith a man whom the
, narrator considered, marrying
in the eyes of man if not of God.
There, are threw legelly registered
husbands in the list one inef ineffectual,',
fectual,', ineffectual,', one uninterested, one
suddenly dead along with two
or three potentials and a numZer
- temporaties.
The book is substantially- a
throniele of a Woman's adult lite,
presented mainly as a series of
bedroom episodes but Wilding rc rcferencee
ferencee rcferencee to the narrator's suc successful
cessful successful career es a writer and her
efforts to establish herself on the
stage.
The author writes under pen
tante because she said the book
"contains the marrow of .111Y be being,"
ing," being,"

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Elm St. Politics, by Stephei A.
snitchell (Oceans): The new-type
"political club movement" is the
subject of this book by the former
chairman of the Democratic Na National,
tional, National, Committee.. The clubs, with
dedleated amateurs fervently
participating, are mushrooming
across the country, Mitchell rc
'gas, and are becoming imPnr imPnrtant
tant imPnrtant in expanding suburbia sick('
by the fading of the old-time big
city ward bosses.

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Ile starts with irdestription Of
a typical neighborhood poUtical
club movement in Chicago. and
winds up with detailed "do it,
yourself' instructions on how pri private
vate private citizens can have their
say fit practicl po:itics. The ci.ib
Movemem is endorsed in a' fore foreword
word foreword by Leonard Hall, Mitchell's

Earthquake; 'by Milton Ber lel
and John Roeburt ,l1landom
House)! nit novel is a far Cr
from TV comedian Berle's Elam!
element He and Roeburt Isn es established
tablished established writer of books, mag magazine.
azine. magazine. articles and TV scrip's)
have put together a clear-cut,
forceful account of people strip stripped
ped stripped to their true characters by a
natural cataclysm.
Most of them are fugitives from
life, many of them suggesting
living prototypes. A fast-paced,
absorbing approach to an unfailingly-popular
theme.

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DoctoR ZEIVAGOBoris Pas Pasternak
ternak Pasternak EXODUSLion M. Uris
ME UGLY AMERICAN Wil William
liam William J.
Leaderer and Eugene -L. Bur Burdick
dick Burdick LOLITA Vladimir Nabokov
DEAR AND GLORIOUS PHYS PHYSICIAN
ICIAN PHYSICIAN Taylor Caldwell
PROM THE TERRACEJohn et etMara
Mara etMara MRS. IARRIS GOES TO PARIS
Paul Gallic
LADY L.Roman Gary
ME wieren THAT ENDS THE
NIGHTHugh MacLennan
MRS. BRIDGEEvan Conuen
Non- iction
MINE ENEMY GROWS OLDER
Alexander King
ONLY IN AMERICA Harry
Golden
WHA WE MUST KNOW ABOUT
COAIMUNISM Harry and Bo Bonaro
naro Bonaro Overstreet
TWIXT TWELVE AND TwENTy
Pat Boone
COLLISION COURSEAlvin Mos Moscow
cow Moscow ELIZABEH ME GREATEilza GREATEilzabetb
betb GREATEilzabetb Jenkings.
BROMERHOOD OP EVIL -- Fre Frederick
derick Frederick Sonder, Jr,

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River, Ohio, shopping 'district. Her aunt, Mrs. Joseph'Dunn
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rubber spring cord attached to a plastie strap around the child's
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