The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02939

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'False' Says Cuba
On Abetting Rebels

In Nicaragua Revolt

WASHINGTON, June 6 (UPI) Cuba branded at
"ufterly false" today assertion that it has sent reinforce reinforcement
ment reinforcement to help rebels overthrow tile regime of Nicaraguan
President UM Somoza.
Cuban ambassador Raul Rea told an investigating
committee of the Organization of American State (OAS)
that his government "is convinced that the Nicaraguan
revolt is a purely internal affair."

Soviets Want
Atom-Free
Balkan Zone
MOSCOW, June 8 (UPI) So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
warned today that if the West re refused
fused refused to go along with a communist-inspired
atom-free zone in
the Balkans Russia would es establish
tablish establish rocket bases in Albania
and Bulgaria.
He said on his return to Mos- 1
tow front a, visit to Albania and
Hungary that the Itl'ea of a de-,
nuncleariZed area in thev.B,alkant
had met with wide mipport from
cquntries the area, including
Yugoeslavia.
L Herepeated his warnings to Ita Italy
ly Italy and Greece not to accept West Western
ern Western missiles.
The Soviet Premier made no di direct
rect direct reference to the Geneva
Foreign Ministers cOnference, nor
to a possible summit meeting, but
he said frequent meetings of states statesmen
men statesmen always helped "remove any
dust that might have settled on re relations
lations relations between colmtries.'
Khrushchev returned today to
prepare or a meeting 'with East
German leaders that could pro proauce
auce proauce a decision on he Berlin situa situation.
tion. situation. Khrushchev told of his trip to
Albania and Hunar in a nation nationwide
wide nationwide radio and television address
from the indoor pailion of the Le Lenin
nin Lenin Stadium.
Race Car Smashes
Qver Embankment;
16 Badly Injured
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June 6
(UPI) A speeding race car
hurtled through the air and
slammed upside down into a
screaming crowed last night, in injuring
juring injuring 26 persons including the
son of the driVer.
At least 13 were injured seri seriOus
Ous seriOus ly and six critically. Some
were children.
Several may have been saved
' from being crushed to death
under the car when a man
grabbed one wheel and some somehow
how somehow managed to hold on and
even lift it a bit while others
pulled victims out from under underneath.
neath. underneath. Albert M. Niedel, the driver,
escaped injury. He didn't know
his son Ronny Lee, 8, had been
In the crowd injured by his
modified stock racing car until
his wife, Betty, rushed up and
said the boy had been in the
grandstand.
The son of a personal friend
of Niedel also was eritically in injured.
jured. injured. Niedel fOUnd his son in a his hispital
pital hispital with a serious brain in injury.
jury. injury. He had not regained con consciousness
sciousness consciousness early today.
The crowd of over 600 at
Beverly Speed w a y panicked.
4Many rushed to the scene to
see if relatives or friends were
hurt. Some of the injured lying
on the gmund were trampled.
The car careened out of con control
trol control at more than 70 miles an
hour over a 12-foot elevated
earthen embank mefit and
smashed thrOugh an eight-foot
guard fence. U landed among
opectatore standing beneath an
announcer'', booth at the cen cenpr
pr cenpr of the grandstand.
It was the first race of the
evening. Four ears were aniter
d la the lottr-lap went.



Iviusuilts

"Any assertion to the contrary
are utterly false," the envoy told
reporters shortly before he went
into a closed session of the com committee.
mittee. committee. Roa was the third of 13 sched scheduled
uled scheduled representatives to testify be before
fore before the four-nation committee
set up Thursday by the OAS coun council
cil council to investigate the Nicaraguan
inv,asion. Yesterday it received
reports from Nicaraguan ambas ambassador
sador ambassador Guillermo Sevilla-Sacasa
and from Costa Rican minister
Jorge Hasera.
The committee's request for
information to the foreign min minleers
leers minleers of the 13 Caribbean na na,
, na, Sims gave rise', to speculation
Jhat thoOAS ,Might use the Ni Niceraguan
ceraguan Niceraguan revolt for a sweeping
Invstigation of tension
throughput the Caribbean area.
' Wm' opposed the investigation
item 'the outset, Warning that the
OAS mermtivittingly serve to Pen
pettiate tilt power to ehaky dicta dictatorships.
torships. dictatorships. "The OAS must not be used like
a fire department by men who
like to play with fire,' Roa de declared,
clared, declared, Roa gave th6 vommitteee a list
of names of th6 leaders of the in invasion
vasion invasion to support his contention
that no forogners were involv involved.
ed. involved. The coMmittet was understood
to be very interested in the source
of Roa's information.
The apparent evaporation of
a flotilla of seaborne reinforce
ments for the rebels, earlier re reported
ported reported by tho Nicaraguan go government
vernment government to be en route from
Cuba, reduced the urgency of
the OAS committee's investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. Roa was expected to use this
,development to support his con contention
tention contention that there is TIO threat to
the peace of the hemisphere in
The Nicaraguan situation.
However a long and through in inquiry
quiry inquiry into the troubled Caribbean
area was indicated last night
when the OAS asked 13 nations
in the region whether the trouble
in Nicaragua constituted a threat
to the peace of the hemisphere.
Burglar Who Takes
Pictures Is Foiled
By Photo He Toisk
NEW YORK (UPI)Police have
on hand a most unusual burglar.
He takes pictures of his pals in
stick-'em-up poses to paste in a
memory book.
His latest was in all the news newspapers
papers newspapers today, with a police re request
quest request for identification of the man
on the leftthe missing member
of a threesome believed responsi responsible
ble responsible for 850,000 worth of super supermarket
market supermarket holdups in the last six
months.
His pictured pal and the pho photoigrapher
toigrapher photoigrapher have confessed, police
said. But they won't identify the
man on the left.
The two men hi the picture
Posed, smiling, in tradidonal hold holdup
up holdup stance, each with a gun in
one hand and some loota money
bag and a thick wad of billsin
the other.
The photographer, Joseph Syl Sylvester,
vester, Sylvester, 28, was careful not to let
the picture trap him. He used a
self- developing camera to avoid
letting the neighborhood druggist
see Kith an incriminating photo.
Me picture was found in his
apartment, police said, after he'd
been identified iv a holdup vic victim
tim victim who viewed another shot, as
well as the police's own photo photographic
graphic photographic collection..
Officers said Sylvester led them
te the man on the right, identi identified
fied identified as his cousin, Joseph Syl Sylvestri,
vestri, Sylvestri, 28.
It appears to be a good like likeness
ness likeness of the other fellow, toogood
head of hair with a slight widow's
peak, dark rimmed glasses, a
light suit asid low shirt,

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MIAMI, June 6 UP(r) Seven
Men, including the Dominican
Republic's Consul General in Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, has been indicted in connec connection
tion connection with the United States into
the earibean.
A grand jury charged the men
yesterday with trying to bribe
U.S. customs aents to let the
arms ass throuh Miami.
The alleged scheme came to
11 person loading guns and amMU amMUnition
nition amMUnition aboard a four-engine tran transaid
said transaid the arms apparently were
sport plane. Customs officials
said the arms apparently were
destined for the Dominican Repu Republic
blic Republic where they would be used to
stage a eounter-revolution against
Cuba.
Customs officers disclosed yes yesterday
terday yesterday the weapons seized were
the first of a million dollars
worth the conspirators planned to
export.
The indicted were Dominican
Consul Augusto Ferrando; former
Miami policeman Joseph Liguori;
Leonard Trenton, a Newark, N.J.,
and Miami businessman; Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland airplane broker Dominic E.
Bartone, and Samuel E. Poole Jr.,
of Tampa, a pilot.
Also indicted were Charles Odle
alias Larry La Marca, Union, N.
J., and New York attorney Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Neubauer. They had not
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Audience, Not Actors, Sees Humor In Fiimed Strauss

WASHINGTON (UPI) Some
senators, as yeu may have read,
just can't see Lewis L. Strauss,
President Eisenhower's embattled
nominee for secretary of com commerce.
merce. commerce. For the moment anyway,
Sen. Spessard L. Holland (D-FIL'i
had to be counted among them.
Holland, presiding at an appro
priations subcommittee hearing
last week on Holum vuts in the
Commerce Department budge...,
surveyed the long witness table at
which eight top commeree offi
cials awaited his pleasure.
Since Secretary Strauss wasn't
here, Holland began, somebody
else had better proceed.
Strauss, who no doubt tbought
he already had experienced every
misfortune likely at the hands of
Senate committee, sose in men

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Jury Indicts 7
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been arrested.
The grano jury did not indict
six others seized in the airport
raid because of insufficient evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Those indicted were charged
with conspiracy to export arms il illegally
legally illegally and conspiring to bribe
U.S. customs agents.
Plastic Bag Makers
Claim Solution To;
Suffocation Hazard
NEW YORK (UPI)--Makers of
plastic film used in dry cleaning
bags have come up with an im improved
proved improved film "that breathes," the
Journal of Commerce reported
today,
A front-page dispatch said the
new polyethylene film "may be
the answer to the suffocation ha hazards
zards hazards to young children from
plastic film.
The new niaterial would be
made of the same conventional
polyethyelene film but would be
both perforated and embossed.
"Early tests of the new film
indicate that even when doubled
the film cannot cling to the faces
of small children," said the New
York business daily.
ifest anguish at this latest afflic affliction,
tion, affliction, and corrected the oversight.
Possibly Holland's trouble was
that Strauss arrived late, and
took his seat amidst his assistants
while the chairman was reading
a few opening remarks. If Hol Holland
land Holland didn't see Strauss at once,
everybody else did.
Tv lights bore down on his
forehead and bounced off his
rimmed glasses. Movie cameras
rattled and clicked, recording his
presence. Still pictures were be being
ing being shot from all angles. Report-1
ers jostled each other, elbow to
elbow, at the press table.
Strauss, unbowed veteran of 16
recent bouts with the Senate's
Commerce Committee, smiled,
pulled out his statement, and
lead, while a movie man

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Simple Ceremony
Honors Fallen
At Omaha Beach
OMAHA BEACH, France, AIM
6 (UPI)American and French
military leaders gathered at
this wind-swept beach today to
pay tribute to the men who
died making it the first foot foothold
hold foothold of freedom in France dur during
ing during World War IL
Fifteen years ago was D-Day,
the start of the great allied as assault
sault assault on Hitler's Atlantic wall.
Omaha Beach then was a chao chaotic
tic chaotic tangle of landing craft,
tanks, howitzers, ammunition
crates, jeeps and struggling
men of the lst and 29th Ameri American
can American Infantry Divisions. They
faced merciless pounding from
well-dug-in German positions.
Before the beachhead was
secured, more than 10,000 Amer Americans,
icans, Americans, Britains and Canadians
were killed or wounded.
The only signs of that bitter
battle now are the crumbling
fortifications of Hitler's Festung
Europa, half-hidden by sand
drifts and the 9838 white crosses
that mark the St. Laurent U.S.
military cemetery.
Gen. Leon W. Johnson, air
deputy to Allied Supreme Com Commander
mander Commander Gen. Lauris Norstad,
and Brig. Gen. C. Coburn Smith,
U.S. military attache in Pad 4,
were the senior American offi officers
cers officers attending today's ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies at the cemetery.
A delegation of U.S. national
guardsmen and U.S. Army hon-,
or guard were joining French
troops in a salute to the dead.
stretched a yellow tape. from his
lens to the top of Strauss' head,
affirming the focus.
Another cameraman ranged up
and down the arched committee
table, recording the welcoming
smile of Sen. Margaret Chase
Smith (11-Maine) and the absence
of same in the faces of Sens.
Warren Magnuson (El Wash),
Mike Monroney (D-Okla.), and
Gale McGee (I)-Wyo.).
This trio of Strauss' adversar adversaries,
ies, adversaries, fresh from the commerce
Committee battleground, were
here as members also of the ap appropriations
propriations appropriations subcommittee, and
word had been passed that one of
them, an ywa y, had come
equipped with a new plan of at attack.
tack. attack. If en, k didn't develop ot once.

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East Gerniany
Threateds
Berlin Blockade
BERLIN, June 6 (UPI) East
German communistas threaten threatened
ed threatened today to Impose a total block blockade
ade blockade on West Berlin if the West
Gorman government carries
out Its plan to elect Its nro pre president
sident president here July
A threat to halt all traffic to
the Isolated city was made by
Gerhart Eisler, top East German
propagandist, in an editorial in
the authoritative communist
newspaper "Hiner Zoitung.'
tio said "workers' In East
Germany are &mending the
West German government car carries
ries carries out its planned "provoca "provocation.'
tion.' "provocation.' "If despite all attempts in Ge Genova
nova Genova to roach a peaceful agree agreement,
ment, agreement, the Adeenuor govern government
ment government lets the Bundestag mobil mobilIse
Ise mobilIse in West Beigi nthen so long
as the Bundestag moots in West
Berlin not a single transport
should be permitted through to
West Berlin, these workers say"
Eisler wrote.
flier Celebrales
Dislance Record;
Shaves Off Beard
LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- "Do
you still have a beard, daddy?"
That's the way "flying grand grandfather''
father'' grandfather'' Max Conrad's f a m ily
greeted him by telephone at the
end Of his' rellor4 3,681,mile flight
from Casablanca; MOrOCCO, tO
Los Angeles in a single engine
plane.
"No," the 56-year old Conrad
chuckled, "I shaved it off Wed Wednesday."
nesday." Wednesday." Minutes earlicr Conrad set his
single engine Piper Comanche
down after a flight of 58 hours
and 35 minutes, which beat the
old distance mark of 6,850 miles
by more than 800 miles.
Cenrad, a professional ferry pi pilot
lot pilot who after a brief rest flies
today to his San Francisco home,
said he went without food and
sleep during his lonely voyage.
"But feel fine now, a little
tired and very thirsty," he said.
"My greatest problem was
thirst. didn't know it at the
time, but the Arabs in Casablan Casablanca
ca Casablanca had flavored the tea in my
thermos bottle with mint.
"It turned rancid in no time
at all and I became sick Tuesday
night."
By the time his record flight
was nearing an end Thursday he
radioed he would gladly trade his
last 18 gallons of gasoline "for
a drink."
Test Flight Hailed
Of X15 Rocket Ship
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE,
Cal. (UPI)Flight of the experi experimental
mental experimental rocket ship X15 was post postponed
poned postponed yesterday as it taxied to
the runway on what possibly
would have been its first free
glide test.
Pilot Scott Crossfield, sitting at
the controls of the needle nosed
missile aircraft as it clung be beneath
neath beneath a wing of the B52 "mother
ship," called a halt to the flight
as they rolled toward the takeoff.
Crssfield radioed to techni
cians aboard the huge jet bomber
that he detected something wrong
in the 3(15's electrical system and
the B52 swung around and return returned
ed returned to the hangar.
The flight was put on a "two "twohour
hour "twohour hold while technicians
checked out the electrical system.
Holland asked Strauss, as he
read, if he preferred questions
now, or when he had finished his
statement. Strauss said politely
he would bow to the chairman's
wish in this matter but that he
preferred the latter arrangement.
The fact was, he said with a
smile, his assistants would prob probably
ably probably have to answer the ques questions.
tions. questions. He himself, he reported,
had been too busy lately to keep
up with his homework.
Sens. Magnuson, Monroney, and
McGee didn't see this as notably
funny. Except for several report reporters,
ers, reporters, in fact, nobody laughed.
Strauss completed his state statement,
ment, statement, deploring the House budget
cuts. Mrs. Smith asked about
Commerce Department morale.
An assistant secretary said it was

C giAS
RP Merchants
Seek Unpaid
ClubPayments

More than 450 civil lawsuits against Canal Zone em employes
ployes employes remain unsettled in Magistrate's Courts at either
end of thi Zone, it has been learned through court of officials.
ficials. officials. Almost all of the suits have been filed to recover long longdelinquent
delinquent longdelinquent club-plan balances, and nearly all are for
amounts less than $100.
All but three or four percent of the legal claims are
against non-U.S. citizens employed within the Canal
Zone.
At the same time Ba !boa Heights authorities revealed
that since March 1 some 255 writs of attachment and
writs of judgement execution have been approved in
favor of Panama merchants seeking to recover unpaid
balances.

A writ of attachment is simply
a legal order to a payroll branch
stopping a worker's paycheck.
Under such an order, the work worker
er worker cannot get his check, but nei neither
ther neither can the creditor.
Then if no arrangement sgtis sgtisfactory
factory sgtisfactory to the creditor is worked
out to pay the debt, or install
ments of the debt at fixed inter intervals,
vals, intervals, the writ of judgement exe exe0004'4n
0004'4n exe0004'4n 04.44ned...;
, ,The writ of execution (of pet
ment) means that the worker's
paycheck can be paid to the
creditor, in part or in full.
In the case of a Canal Zone
employe living in Panama the
'entire check can be paid to the
creditor.
Canal Zone residents, U.S. ci citizens
tizens citizens or otherwise, supporting a
family are entitled to an exemp exemption
tion exemption equal to 50 percent of their
paycheck. In other words, for
suCh residents, the maximum
which ,can be legally seized for
a creditor is one half of any net
paycheck.
At an executive council mect mecting
ing mecting with Latin American civic
councillors recently, Canal Zone
Gov. William E. Potte,r was told
by Civic Council officers that
communities need education and
information on the dangers of over-extended
credit buying.
They told Potter that a grow growing
ing growing number of employes, inostly
In low wage classifications, are
having wages attached after go going
ing going too deeply in debt.
Debt collection from Panama
residents working in the Zonp
is a rather complicated proce procedure.
dure. procedure. Merchants must first
bring suit in a Panama court
recognizes the claim it will is issue
sue issue an execution of lodgement
against the delinquent customer.
But such a lodgement cannot
be enforced against a Canal
Zone payrott office.
At this point, and only at this
point, a Canal Zone magistrate
emphasized, the merchant can
present the Panama Court judge judgement
ment judgement in support of a second suit
in Balboa or Cristobal Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court. Once the claim is
established as valid, a writ of at attachment
tachment attachment may be issued, follow followed,
ed, followed, if necessary, by the actual
order for execution of judgement.
In actual practice, Balboa Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate John E. Deming said,
an attempt is made to work out
a satisfactory payment solution
before the judgement is require&
But the Balboa Heights figure
of .255 attachment and judgement
during only three consecutive pay
periods would indicate that a sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory payment solution is not
always possible, or that there is
Sequel
bad. Too many folks faced with
losing their jobs, he reported,
stitaight faced.
Monroney had a question on
roads. An undersecretary prom promised
ised promised an answer next week. Mag Magnuson
nuson Magnuson asked who picked the mod model
el model home for the U. S. exhibit in
Moscow. an assistant secretary
said he'd get the answer,
"Sen. McGeen, any questions?
asked Holland.
"No questions, Mr. Chairman,'
said McGee.
A sigh went up from the press
table. The reporters began to get
up and leave. The cameramen
started packing their gear.
Strauss asked, "May I be ex excused?"
cused?" excused?" Holand said yes, and
thanks, very much.

a certain amount of backsliding
after a tentative arrangement has
been agreed upon.
Canal Zone authorities hays
oxpressod somo concern over
an apparently mounting tonden.
cy to ovorbuy among low in.
come families hot, but say
that no official action is OW
contemplated or possible. ,dri
Several vreputa,ble
firms, spettailizing- sales '2114
household' goods on the rink plan,
today defiled they train salesnien
to oversell credit buyers.
Some stores complain that Ca.
nal Zone debt collection proce.
dune is too slow and unwieldly.
and two firms in Colon reported.
ly have a combined backlog of
more than 700 debt collection
suits waiting to be filed.
Court officials say only that
staffs are small and only so nia.
ny civil suits can be handled at
a time.

Charge More Voles
Than Voters Helped
Alford Beal Hays
WMINNGTON (IIPI)
Little Rock publisher charged be before
fore before House investigators today
that there were more votes thee
voters in Rep. Dale Alford's AP,
kansas election victory over foe.
mer Rep. Brooks Hays.
John Wells, owner of the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas Recorder, told a House
Elections Subcommittee the num number
ber number was more than enough to
have changed the outcome.
"It happened in too many phili
es to desregard," he declared,
"and that's why I'm here."
Alford, a write in candidate
and an avowed segregationist,
defeated Hays by 1,256 votes last
November.
Wells, eho lodgwd formal
charges of ballot irregularities
with the House, told the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee that 1,548 persons who
voted were not even listed on poll
tax records.
In addition, he said, 1,512 per persons
sons persons voted in wards and town townships
ships townships other than those in which
they were listed for poll taxes.
Arkansas law requires affida affidavits
vits affidavits in such cases. But Wells said
he could find no evidence of any
affidavits in voting registers.
Wells, a segregationist himself
but a supporter of Hays, told the
subcommittee he objected to Al Alford's
ford's Alford's election because of 11-
leged voting irregularities, not
because of the racial issue
Alford was expected to get it
chance to answer the charges ta tater
ter tater today. However, he has said
the hearing so far was "nothing
but a rehash" of testimony be before
fore before another committee last fall.
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"44,..404 4 0
THE LAST OF A POWERFUL TRIBE
4 Sir:
R seems as though this tribe has finally gotten around to adding
se enough Indians to carry the burden of it's chiefs!! I am proud to
belong to this tribe even if we can't sit in council and smoke the
peace pipe as we were just taken on as loaned labor many moons
l ago to work with men getting from 10 cents to a $1. or more an hour
cause we aren't qualified to sit in this council. Don't get me wrong
so as it is an honor and nothing more.
We served our blood brothers well and now it is time for our
.
dr Now that the head waters have rizzen for this season it is time
,
to think of our leave which we could pot take before cause we were
Iseeded to convert and conserve .It is a shame that all of the war war'.
'. war'. riors in this tribe lose leave up to nine days apiece tip more
than one man at a time can't be spared. Did I say spared? Fmeant
Speared cause all this time we have had to look at a new fangeled
' machine sitting on the floor which the chiefs say will take all the
Warriors posititins.
Our tribe is doomed, Today we can't be spared. Tomorrow
.; speared.
Kysteryt Will the machine keep the squaws f women) happy??
t,
, Doomed.

ft"
mted Steelworkers Meeting
Next Week On Steel Deadlock

o

,
;NtIV YORK (UPI). The
4' United, Steelworkers today called
tkeir 'key Wage Policy Committee
t New York next Friday to deal
1.th what appeared to be a hope hope,
, hope, 14,
Igs0 deadlock in its contract
Wks with the steel industry.
4
'Ithe Man announced the meet meetb
b meetb int Of the ,committee after top
it gotiators from both sides ac accused
cused accused each other of "inflexibili
ty"ln the negotiations. The union
r.': action underscored the serious seriousness
ness seriousness of the contract deadlock
- which could lead to the sixth ma ma,'
,' ma,' 344r,,,ppst-war steel strike this sum sum"
" sum" The current three-year agree
A Tlina in

ment expires at midnight June 30.
The four-man bargaining teams
recessed their talks Friday until
Monday.
David J. McDonal union pres president,
ident, president, declined to Indicate what
action he would propose to the
171-man committee which has the
sole power to accept or reject
contract proposals and to author authorize
ize authorize a strike vote.
R. Conrad Cooper, chief indus industry
try industry negotiator, told reporters after
tilt two-hour bargaining session
that the industry was determined
to stand by its one-year contract
freeze proposal because it felt
that action was in the best in interest
terest interest of the entire economy.
He said the union's accusations
that industry was not bargaining
in good faith demonstrated the un union's
ion's union's "usual brand of give-andtake-bargaining."
Its idea of good
faith bargaining, he said, was
when "the companies are giving
in to the union's demand upon
the public purse for another in inflationary
flationary inflationary wage increase."
McDonald, at a separate news
eonference, said the industry's re remarks
marks remarks were "only a rehash of
its propaganda designed to con

Stan Musial Ties
, Wagner's NI Record
, Of 651 Two-Baggers

PITTSBURGH (UPI) Stan
Viusial of the StLouls Cardinals
today shared a record with the
immortal Hans Wagner, the all alltime
time alltime great shortatop of the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates,
Musial tied Wagner's National
League record of 651 doubles in
Thursday's 9-3 loss to the Pirates.
Tonight in Philadelphia, Stan will
be aiming to break that record.
Wagner compiled his 651 dou doubles
bles doubles in 21 years of major league
play while Musial now is in his

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ceal its record profits." McDon McDonald
ald McDonald charged that the steel com companies
panies companies were "overloaded with new
wealth and king-size profits."
McDonald said the industry
had shown no flexibility and that
"every day it becomes more
evident the industry is unwilling
to negogate a new labor agree agreement."
ment." agreement." He declined the union remained
"flexible and reasonable" in its
contract demand s. However,
Cooper said the companies "await
with interest any concrete indica indication
tion indication that the union position is
either flexible or reasonable."

DAILY
MEDITATION
(Prasantad by this Dopartmart
of Christian Education of tha
Episcopal Church in lila Mit
sionary Diocosa of tho Panama
Canal Zona.)
DRY GRASS
"As dry grass sinks dovm
the flame, so their root will be
as rottenness and their blossom
go op like dust."
RSV.
These two passages present a
significant contrast. The first
gives us a picture ofJudah. rhose
who should be God's represen represenare
are represenare as dry grass. They have no
strength or vi,gor. On the other
hand the forces of Assyria are
well organized. They are
dent and ready for battle.
Indeed the opposing force is
often the agency destined by
God to punish His people and
bring them back to Him. The
children of this world are wiser
and stronger than the children of
light.
The fault if ours. If as Christ-1
ions we were as concerned about
our Christian profession as the
Communist is about his dogma,
we need have no fear of him If
we spent as much time, money
and energy upon tbe business of
secular business, or even our
secular business, or even our
pleasures, the-Church would take
on new life and power.
"0 Lord, who hever tallest tol
help and govern those whom thou
dost bring up in thy steadfast fear
and love; Xeep us, we beseech
thee, under the protection of thy
good providence, ,and make us to
have a perpetual fear and love of
thy holy Name; through Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen."
itents at prkes that

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Comments

1 By ROBERT C. RUARK
1
Somebody, either Confucius or
me, once said that tbe only gbod
thing about time is that it passes.
The fact that J. Edgar Hoover
has been running the FBI for 35
years suddenly strikes me an an anvil
vil anvil blow. I seem to have knovin
John Edgar Hoover for more than
20 of those 35 years, and I am a
mere boy. (He keeps telling him himself.)
self.) himself.) Bmween us, one time, we man managed
aged managed to get a savage killer put
away, when his main excuse for
the rape-murder was that he was
the files from John E. Hoover say saya
a saya test case.
I have a letter somewhere In
FBI as "G-Men" cannot know
ing that the future of crime acd
punishment in America hung on
whether or not this delightful de delinquent
linquent delinquent paid for his crime, or
, was absolved for his military ser serN,ice.
N,ice. serN,ice. It turned out, as the British
say, he danced.,
People who just think of the
FBI as "G-Men" connot know
what a power of help the gentle gentlemien
mien gentlemien in that big building can be if
1 the man is honest and the cause
is right.
There is somethnig quite won wonIderful
Iderful wonIderful about an honest copper,
and the FBI is a real honest top topper.
per. topper. These folks do not moralize.
The man's wrong, tag him, retch
him back, and deliver him.
I started knowing Hoover when
I was a wet-eared sports writer
covering the rassles, and J. Ed Edgar
gar Edgar always like to go see the
groan-and-burpera at the latt
Joe Turner's emporium in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Then he bought a house around
the corner from my parents-inlaw,
and for the past 20-odd years
I have enjoyed the friendship of
the FBI.
Possibly this was because my
cousin Tommy once was one 011
their better hoodlum-shooters. Pos-1
sibly because Lou Nichols, J.
Ed's exec, 'verbally shot very
straight when you asked him a
question. Or, I like to think this,
it was possible because Edgar and
Big Nick regarded me as one of
the boys in my attitude toward
the crime business.
Under Hoover's reign, the FBI
has obtained pleas of guilty for
90 percent of cases investigated.
During four years of a big war,
not one case of foreign-directed
sabotage was reported.
The snatch racket became very
unfashionable when kidnaping
came under the hand of the FBL
And When it was fashionable to
fawn on the house Communists,
Mr. Hoover's directorial eye was
very red when it lit on Reds.
The FBI eye is still red about
the Reds. Mr. Hoover likes to
catch crokiLN be Wee wire
taps. 'But he, uses ,therti. all 474 ;of
them, after they have been', Ap Approved
proved Approved by Attorney General Wil William
liam William Rogers.
Hoover taps the wires when he
is working on a kidnaping case,
an espionage case, or where a
human life might possibly be at
stake.
Because Mr. Hoover and his boys
operate on a basic principle. The
guilty flee where no man pur pursueth,
sueth, pursueth, and you can't cheat an
honest man. And like most repu
table private eyes, J. Edgar Ho Hoover.
over. Hoover. is not in the divorce busi business.
ness. business. The Chief and I seem to be one
at the moment on a concept of
juvenile delinquency, so-called,
which is just a lot of young thugs
who need a long stretch in the
sneezer instead of all the sobbing
that goes on about them.
Says Hoover: "We can no long longer
er longer afford to let 'teen-age' make
plunder into a trifling prank, re reduce
duce reduce mayhem to a mischievous
act, and pass off murder as a boy boyish
ish boyish misdemeanor or the act of
emotionally distttrbed youths.
"Reports on youth crimes in.
dicate a mounting savagery, a
senseless brutality, which leaves
little doubt that, in the 'interests
of self-preservation, it is now time
to take stern measures."
Mr. Hoover and his bureau
have not been successfully tam tampered
pered tampered with since he picked it up
35 years ago and shook all the
fleas out a it.
r suspect he might have been
President of the United States, on
either ticket, but has possibly
done better work for us where he
is. And his success la founded on
one principle aloneg, which cluld
be called black and white.
Crime's bad, crooks should be
caught and punished, innocents
should be protected, and his a agents
gents agents shouldn't do anything, pu public
blic public or private, that the bureau
frowns on.
Because the bureau has been
frowning on the bureau for as
long as I can remember, which
Is why the crooks get taught and
you don't uncover any scandals
under the bureau's bed.
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Half a ColumnMore or LessNow and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN

SOCCER, BASEBALL
AND JfiWELRY
Now I know why Ada !bed Fast Fastlch,
lch, Fastlch, who taw his first baseball
game in Vienna after the first
World War, and didn't like it, be became
came became the sponsor of the k'astlich
League of ooy players.
It all was started by a corner
grocer in Vienna named Stefari
Groman.
Adalbert'a panents couldn't see
any good reason to spend money
on equipment and uniform for
boys to kick a football about a
field. But Adalbert was an ardent
soccer fan and player like many
other boys in his neighborhood.
Then Stefan Grossman, also a
soccer fan, came across with the
money for equipment and uniform
for the neighborhood team. The
boys, including Ada theft, who
gives little 4ndication now ef a
fast soccer player, repaid their
sponsor by winning the champion championship
ship championship of the intermediate schools of
Vienna. Adalbert went on from
there to the post of assistant trea treasurer
surer treasurer of the Austria Soccer Club.
That was the reason he saw his
first baseball game. Albert Hal Halstead
stead Halstead was US High Commissioner
in Vienna. He called in Fastlich
and said;
"Fastlich, next Saturday a base baseball
ball baseball team from the U.S. Pittsburgh
is coming to Vienna. from Florence
to play a game with a team made
up of American Embassy employ employes
es employes and other American civilians in,
Vienna.
"I not only want you to see the
game, but I want you to get as
many other Austrians as possible
to come and see the great Ameri American
can American game. Can you help me?"
Fastlich managed to get 2001
sports, largely soccer fans, to go,
to the ball game. He told them
there must be something to it
when 35 and 40 thousand Ameri Americans
cans Americans paid money to see it. But
after the game his attitude to towards
wards towards base ball was like his fath father's
er's father's towards soccer.
The fans he enticed to the game
liked it not at all and understood
so little that they couldn't see why
the pitcher couldn't.hit the batter
when he had nothing but a bat
with which to defend imself.
Aciabert served in the Austrian
Army in World War One, until he
was captured by the Russians at
Luzir. He spent the rest of the war
as a pHsoner and killed time by
learning Russian.
At the end of the war that was
the reason he was assigned to the
Swedish Mission that was repa repatriating
triating repatriating prisoners of war. The Mis Mission
sion Mission was housed in the castle
where later Rasputin was killed.
One day the Swedish Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador came to the mission and had
a long anti exciting talk the man
in charge. When he left Fastlich
remarked that the Ambassador
seemed both worried and excited.
"He is, "the mission head an answered.
swered. answered. "It's about a White Rus
sian general who will be killed it
we don't get him out of here.
"That ought to be easy."
"Easy? How?"
"Well, why can't we get him an
Austrian uniform fill out a repa repatriation
triation repatriation order and send him out
with the next group of prisoners?"'
, That is exactly what they did.
Not long afterwards Adalbert went
to his boss and thanked him for
hitt kindness and to say "Good "Goodbye."
bye." "Goodbye." "But you can't leave me," he
protested. "I need you."
"Sir, you signed my repatriation
order yesterday."
"I did? Nell. I didn't know it.
Yoe put it' in?"
"Yes. sir."
"Well it's signed and it's too
late now. Goodbye and good
luck."
That was the Second fast one
that Adalbert slipped over as a
prisoner of war.
He pulled another fast one dur during
ing during the 2nd World War. He was
violently, openly and loudly anti antiNazi,
Nazi, antiNazi, especially after Hitler took
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pular with tht local Nazi crowd.
crowd.
He had come to Panama in 1923
under contract for one year with
the then firm of Goethe Is, Wilford
and Boyd, which is now Boyd
Brothers.
When he had saved enough mon money
ey money he went on his own starting
with the agency for Cluett Peabo Peabody
dy Peabody Co. and Duponts, agencies he
still holds.
Then he began importing watch watches
es watches and now he must be Panama's
leading jeweler. He is the only
one who advertises in the New
York Times and Time Magazine.
But back to World War
Fastlich made a business trip to
Europe, and his Nazi friends kind kindly
ly kindly recommended that he be ar arrested
rested arrested if he entered Germany or
Austria. But much to their sur surprise
prise surprise soon after he left they be began
gan began getting poeteardsv from:' him
from Vienna. They couldn't figure
out that one.
Here is how he fooled them. He
went to Bratislava, Czechoslavakia
about 20 miles from Vienna. This
was in 1938.
From there he telephoned an
old schoolmate in Vienna, who al also
so also was bitterly anti-Nazi, and ask asked
ed asked him to visit him in Bratislava,
and to be sure to bring a lot of
postcards of Vienna.
The friend came and they had
a good reunion. Adalbert wrote
postcards to his Nazi "friends" in
Panama and Colon, and his old
school friend took them back to
Vienna and mailed them. It was
as easy as that.
Now to get back to baseball,
Adalbert has a number of auto autographed
graphed autographed baseballs in his office.
But a proud posession is his re recognition
cognition recognition as Austrian consul in the
Canal Zone, signed by President
Calvin Coolidge and Charles M.
Hughes, Secretary of State. That
is framed over his desk.
After his first baseball game in
Vienna Fast lich was and still is
soccer fan. He says that he went
to a few baseball, games in the
Canal Zone a number of years ago
to find out what it was all about,
but didn't succeed very well. He

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turned down the plea Thursday of
spiritualist Frank Webb, 47, for
a divorce becauge "the vibrations
were all yrong" in his wife's
house and he was not getting
good spirit reception.
Not all the leaders of the
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a further sample of stupidity in the prderous processes o
the military mind. 1111 grant yo the example is late,.bu
such samples lie so thick around the place it takes time ti
get around even to a fraction of them.

The sample under consideration this Moining has tt
do wOth (a) the military- mind in space, and (b) spaco
in the military mind. Of this last there is lots.
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A couple of weeks or so back two monkeys, name(
with rapier-swift originality Able and Baker, were installs(
In the nose cone of a Jupiter intertnediate range baffled
missile at Cape Canaveral. Someone touched a Zippcob
the fuse, and 15 minutes later Able and Baker were splash
ing into the Atlantic more than 1 500 miles away, down bl
Antigua in the British West Indies.

It was not mentioned in the stories covering.the event,
but this is faster than 'the normal airline schedules forthe
same journey. British West Indies Airways Viscount flighl
401, for instance, leaves Miami at 8 a.m. and doesn't reach
Antigua till 5;25 p.m. In the BWIA case, howeyer, there
is a stop at Kingston where the local development board
pushes out free rum for travellers, and this may be a factor
in prolonging the journey. Able and Baker did not stop al
Kingston'
US Navy frogmen retrieved the nose cone .in
Able (who has since proceeded to even greater altitude!
than that attained by the Jupiter) and Baker were en
sconced. welcomed them aboard the tug Kiowa, and let 11
be know0 to the world that "They'ris happy, healthl anc
eating."
Drums were beaten throughout the Pentagon's pron.
feration of public information' offices concerning this firs1
successful return from space by Ging beings. Assurance!
were issued that the Misses Able and Baker were, if arm
thing, even healthier than when they -started their swif
trip.
Now we're getting to the goofy part.,
The Kiowe brought Able' and Baker tit Puel-to Rico
from where they were to be flown from Washingteln, Stil
the proclamation were pealing .from the Pentagoni, A'Th!
monkeys are in piorfect physical shape.'"

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Reporters at, Puerto Rico asked totake a peek at th,
furry astronauts who were such a stirring 'Physical ex
ample to wastrel scribblers who haunt sordid taphouses till
20 minutes before deadline, their notes becorninginde
cipherable on the dampness of the bar.
Cried the military at Puerto RiCo: "Perish forbid."
"But you've said the monkeys are, in good shape.
What is there to hide?" '7
"You cannot see them."
"Why?"
"Because we say so."
An answer to be honored as being in the finest tradi
tions of the military. Hardirhowever, a radios scientifi
wsplanation of why two. little monkeys in pertect health
(it had been proclaimed) were not to be looked upon a
Puerto Rico.
Instead,,they were flown (more slowly northboun
thah soUthbOUnd).to Washington, and there gave it press
conferenasivith'faiitares. The reporters looked at Able and
A s wfha yr Aft:I:hash dr eBpaokrteerrst h coouul di d hdavi s:ehront, htebeenr ea ywatosahnioe
Baker. Able and Baker Idoked at the reporters.
reason
for inspection, at Puerto Rico.
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Ontheir part, Able and Baker weathered the shock of
returning from outer space to a Pentagon press conference
With such aplomb that there is,.no reason to believe they
would hoe been unduly discombobulated by the spectacle
of a reporter in Puerto Rico.
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You don't have to look far to see what ,happened.
Some whizkid in the public information office dreamed up
a script for this space flight, and there was to be no deviad
tion from thls'script in the name of sweet reason or any anything
thing anything else.
What'difference would it make to scienc'e or, security
if the reperters at Puerto Rico has taken a quick peep at
two healthy monkeys?
It wasn't in the script, that's that's what difference
it would make.
Yes, but a little common sense...
The tript, as anyone knows who has seen the mil military
itary military trying to make a Cecil B. de Mille. spectacular out
of a couple of Cis firing one gun, N more important than
common sense. There must be, explains the military
sternly, a sense of proportion in these things
Yes, sir.
it has to be conceded with admiration that the mll
itary's point of view is coming to prevail over irresison irresisonsible
sible irresisonsible civilian concepts of common sense even down her
on the isthwus.
Take this new Canal Zone Merit System, of which.
much has been said. It covers something more than 19,000
civilian empkyes of US government agenoles in the Canter
Zone.
!
One trouble about these shabbily-disciplined civilians
is that they keep seeming to want to know how much they
are going to get paid, and what their chance of promo..
tion are. They let thal, .1-A

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One trouble about these shabbily-disciplined civilians
is that they keep seeming to want to know how much they
are going to get paid, and what their chance of promo promotion
tion promotion are. Ther let their mind wander dangerously over
thsse extraneous topics, when they would be better engaged
on some such patriotic and character-building pursuit as
picking up 'mangoes.
Deftly the military, which,, prevails 3-1 overLths Pan
ania Canst in the tally otagenclee'involved- in the -Merit
System, has established an information setup ','Which toy
far has triumphantly maneged,nOt to disclose the:ilittle. of
the fellow in charge of not disoloiinginformation,i
A bunch of military andstilliee,,,p.ubliejlifOrniatien
whatsits stand In a mute circle; itch pointing meaningfully
to the fellow on his left at the authorized, souree,Of,silence
on Joe Zonlants beans and rice problerrs.
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Itier Marlene Dietrich,- the first
of the red-hot grandmas, says it's
difficult for a gal to age ,grace ,gracesfully
sfully ,gracesfully :m ,this.Country because
erybody to youth-crazy. '
t's. The 54-yeariold Star,' a 'vision 'or
41amer.sin her nightchtb appear-,ance
here. lamented in her back-,
'stage' dressing roont 'at the, Sa-I
hare Hotel: ,
"'This eountry is wonderful but
Its-has 4( youth complex, darling,
''and. a tompler is not healthy.:-. The
women are not'responsible tor it
'.alone-p-the whole country is.
"ETet;ybody worships youth. Ev Everythmg
erythmg Everythmg has te be newfrom cart
houses' to anYthing: 'Here, Somd-Abing15-ryears
old ts peinfed out
Ate von' Oldj'and anythult old you
,tear dostrn. ,
, The blonde periormer 'added In
her -soft accent:
'It's awfully diffictdt for-the av average
erage average woman to buck the national
,trend,0darling. :Youngs, pcople s are
not taught to have reverence for
thingt, oldeo tow can their par parents
ents parents be different? ,They don't have.
-respect for things that-have sur survived
vived survived for, many years,architec years,architecture,
ture, years,architecture, for instance,
Miss Dietrich, a splendid' tiec't
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'''' been reassigned; ,-..
, A ,,,,erro,' .7)4091 J.! ttt tel 114y,
, Chief Warrant' officer Rodney
(Pat) limbley, organizer of ev
ery Navy bowling league held, at
'4: the 15th Naval District alleys ,in
- the' last litononths, 'Ile to 'tie
., States ,this ,week-for- duty at the,
'Harbor Defense, mot it San Die Die1.
1. Die1. The white-haired, 50-year-old
chief warrant officer 'said it
farewell, 'A, wank-to say goodbye,
-' to all my' kids at,15ND and pt,
Amatior.' 4' ,.: 'I A' 4 '-'
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'Veteran of 30 'yeses naval
service, the former; electronics
it materiel, offker of the D.S.-Nav-,
- vat 4 communication St atiofi it
Balboa win retire Nov,.1 and. live
at Imperial Beach, --Calif., where
he own, Ms own home.

A' father, hilnaelt,- Its &hit'
grown,- 'sons, Atic hiding ,an- 16-
year-old,boy in Pm NOY Klectr,
hie; lreChniciart' Schook Id' San
Francisca',7Ai" e
'Sinceloining the, Navy' Sept. 4,
192; it OwensboroKy., CWO
Kimbley has ,spicialited in-com-1
municationsl. Rio, first assign assignrnent
rnent assignrnent after recruit' training at
Great takes vrao the Navy Radio
School at San Diego.
f)n duty. as a chief radioman
hi the Philippine Islands when
the Japanese atfacked,, hi was
among the Americana who holed
up in Corregidor for- five months
before helng captured.
, For. the next 40 months, 3 days;
11 hours and 36 minutes, it Peri Period
od Period of time that her ktlows as will
, as his service ntimber, CWO
Kimbley was a prisoner,of-war.
Ile recalls' the hard manual la labor
bor labor and struggle for' food and'
existence as POW with marked i
bitterness.

More pleasant memories were
his pre-World War II days a aboard
board aboard the battleships New Mex.
, ico and Pennsylvenit, and a ato,
to, ato, board the ernisers'irrenton, Mem
phis, Richmond and Marblehead.
Not forgetting, his long,
faithful service,' the Navy this
moth notified CWO,Kimbley of
h 1 $ promotion.' to warrant4,
z highest warrant grade in the sea
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'xeption flue Arend. She has sur-,, "'The men realb, 'surprtised me,
vived 'three decades of stardom,' though, with all their letters. They
and two of her greatest successes also read or heard what Heininip
are now being revived, '," way mid, and theY feel rns fair
The 3I1040 vl'he Bluc,Angel" is about the subjectthat Alm -not
being re-made' milollywood with necessarily taking the isid,' of
May Britt, "The 'New Dietrich." women." :rd
And another of her films, "Destry .Miss Dietrich said she feels pee:
Rides Again,",has been converted ple trust her judgment, in these
Bmadway musical. delicate matters because, she is
Iti' addition,, Miss Dietrich has not a professional glamor queen.
gained new audience for her- "I don't pay much attention to
self witlf aeadvice-to-tho-lovelorn myself," she said. work hard.
radio Program in ,New, York. The type ,of weman who,' wastes
,,,"You'd-be surprised who writes a lot of time on makeup iittd such
me most," she said.-"Teen-agers, things is the type of woman 'who
wives and men, ,' has, nothing else to do. Worrying
"The- teen-agers say I'm not' a, about your looks only Makes y,ou
!Mitare,7 and they 'think I'm in- get older faster, I
forested is theirr. As for the wives,
can thank Ernest. Hemingway "I don't diet, don't ave 'Mat 'Matfor
for 'Matfor A lot, of' their letters. You sages and don't worry about how
know, be said I know more about long I can go' on. Why'should- I?
love' than anyone else, and most After all, darling, I'm a lot young youngof
of youngof their letters quote that. ler than some people.

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chase with not one but two mort- times allows modest income home, DENVER (UPI) Dr. George
gages. buyers to burden themselves with Hunt Williamson thinks space spaceA
A spaceA 'foe of second mortgages for an imprudent amount of debt, men hav,e been dropping in on
many years, Mason is afraid that Mason stated. earth people for the past 5,000
home buyers who go in for sec- "The purpose ,of our Flik-'oRd yearsand on a regular basis.
ondary financing don't ,Ic n o w VA m o r t g a g e grams: is -The 32-year-old archaeologist
enough -about it. through government underwriting told a recent meeting of the Den DenHaving
Having DenHaving seen friends and associ- to give a big, enough first mort. ver Society for Unidentified Fly Flyates
ates Flyates load up with second moil- gage so that secondary financing ing .Objects Investigation, Inc., of
gages in the booming I.920's, then is unnecessary," he said. indications that ancient eiviliza eivilizafind
find eivilizafind themselves facing foreclos- On home loans guaranteed by, tions made UFO sightings similar
ures in the' depression '30's. Mas- the Veterans Administration, no to t"ose reported today.
"There is evidence from ancient
on makes no bones about his pro- down-payment .is necessary. On
fessional, dislike of ,secondary fi- loans insured by the Federal Egypt, Rome and Greece and In Innancing.
nancing. Innancing. Housing administration. the spot dians of both North and South A AA
A AA second mortgage is often tak- cash reouirements are light. Both merica to indicate there were
sighting of. strange objects,"- Wil Wilen
en Wilen out by' persons buying a house underwriting programs prohibit
liamson said.
on credit who can't get up enongh second mortgages.
"We can't prove it but I think
hash for 'the' down payInent. The One costly asoect of secondary
space ships did exist then and do
second mortgage is generally for financing not always realized by
a much short term than the borrowers, Mason said, js a pos- Dm."
printipal loan. qibly stiff refinancing fee when a Williamson said ancient carv carvings
ings carvings in Latin America indicate
Because it represents a seaond- loan is renewed to accommodate the work had to be supervised
'try 'claim On the., property in a home buyer who hasn't kept up from the air in order to be so sym symcase
case symcase of default, the second trust his paythents. metrically perfect. Other evidence
is riskier for the lender. There ThereRADAR
RADAR ThereRADAR "POLITICAL DEATH', he cited was a 5,000 year-old
lore, he charges a higher inter- map showing mountain ranges
est rate, discount and other fees.- KNOXVILLE, Te (UiPkI? no longer in existence "This
MaSon said that paying off two Mayor John DuncanniLi. iv work could not have been done
tome loans al ,,once tan put a "an early political- clgeatrhs" y except from the air."
terrific strain enithe monthly being tough on s eeders aid for- Williamson admitted he had
budget of a middle' ar low-income crier Mayor Cas PWalkei. sHuncan "never i;en a true space ship or
family. That's'one-of 'the hazards has ordered full use o radar to talked with any little green men."
of secondary 'financing he believes catch speeders; Walker said he ,He also conceded there is a "lo "lois
is "lois not lully understood. ,,
,, had restricted use of radar be. natie fringe" among flying saucer
!,:Theroit.a tendenclito be lulled cause "it is catching some of our addiets,end that TilltnY tiFO
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WASHINGTON (UPI) "One
wife and one mortgage loan is all
any man should be asked to
bear.'
So says Norman P. Mason, fed federal
eral federal housing administrator, home
owner and husband.
Mason's maxim is directed
mainly at prospective home buy buyers
ers buyers who plan to finance their pur purchase
chase purchase with not one but two mort mortgages.
gages. mortgages. A 'foe of second mortgages for
many Years, Mason is afraid that
home buyers who go in for sec secondary
ondary secondary financing don't kno w
enough -about it.
Having seen friends and associ associates
ates associates load up with second mort mortgages
gages mortgages in the booming 1920's, then
find themselves facing foreclos foreclosures
ures foreclosures in the' depression '30's. Mas Mason
on Mason makes no bones about his pro professional
fessional professional dislike of ,secondary fi financing.
nancing. financing. A second mortgage is often tak taken
en taken out by' persons buying a house
on credit who can't get up enongh
Cash for the down payment. Tir
second mortgage is generally for
a much short term than the
'principal loan.
tecause it represents a second second'try
'try second'try claim ton the property in
case of default, the second trust
is riskier for the lender. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, he charges a higher inter inter,
, inter, est rate, discount and other fees.
Ma8011 said that paying off two
home loans at ,once tan put a
terrific strain enithe monthly
budget of a middle' or low-income
family. That's one of' the hazards
of secondary 'financing he believes
is not lully understood.

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"One ment buying works out all right,"
is all Mason said in a interview. "When
;(1 to times are good and incomes are
steady or rising, perhaps it does.
, fed- But if something goes wrong, and
home people can't meet their payments,
they are in danger of losing the
ected house and everything they've
buy- paid into it.'
pur- The second mortgage somemort-
times allows modest income home,
buyers to burden themselves with
.s for an imprudent amount of debt,
I that Mason stated.
sec- "The purpose ,of our FHA'aikd
n o w VA m or tga ge programs: is
through government underwriting
ssoci- to give a big, enough first modmoil-
gage so that secondary financing
then is unnecessary," he said.
eclos- On home loans guaranteed by,
Mao- the Veterans Administration, no
; pra- down-payment is necessary. On
ry fi- loans insured by the Federal
Housing administration. the spot
tak- cash reauirements are light. Both
house underwriting programs prohibit
-malt second mortgages.
Tir One costly asoect of secondary
y for financing not always realized by
the borrowers, Mason said, js a pos posqibly
qibly posqibly stiff refinancing fee when a
aond- loan is renewed to accommodate
ty in a home buyer who hasn't kept up
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BONN, Germany (UPI) Kon Konrad
rad Konrad Adenauer yesterday overrode
angry objections from leaders of
bis ruling Christian Democratic
Party to win their unanimous a agreement
greement agreement that he remain chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of West Germany until the
4961 general election.
The party executive's endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of his deoision not to run
for president avertedat least for
nowa wide open split in the
partY. But the threat remained.
,;Adenauer said the international
situation had worsened since he
announced in April that he would
seek election -as president. Ile said
West Germany needed hhn to
guide it through the "critical"
'times ahead.
i-But some observers believed his
reversal may have een caused
by growing sentiment in support
ofrEconomics Minister Ludwig Er Erhard
hard Erhard as Adenauer's sucessor as
chancellor.
Erbard may yet. try to reform
the opposition and try O force
Adenauer ut, they speculated.
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announced that he would cut short
his visit to Washington by one
day and return next Tuesday.
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gency session after Adenauer's
surprise announcement Thursday
night .that .be had hanged his
mind, about' stepping down as
chancellor to run for the figure figurehead
head figurehead post of president,
Adenaster'sflecision touched off
a wave ,e1 constepnation,
dismay and even disillusionment.
The press was in!' an uproar; citi citizens
zens citizens and politiciansvAncluding
many of Adenauer's own support supporters,
ers, supporters, spoke out angrily' against his
sudden turnabout.
West German Foreign:Minister
Heinrich von Brentano new back
inigiedly-from, Geneva- to, partici
pali in the party conclaves.
The 83-year-old chancellor, how however,
ever, however, displayed little concern over
the controversy touched ofi by his
decision not to run as his party's
candidate 'in the July 1 presiden presidential
tial presidential elections. He was smiling con confidently
fidently confidently when he arrived for the
executive meeting.
Earlier,- Adenauer formally in informed
formed informed his cabinet of his decision.
A spokesman said there was "flat;
urally" no discussion by the ministers--bringing
laughter from
newsmen.
Friday morning there as an angry
gry angry talk among members of Ad
enauer's own party of moving a
vote f non-confidence against
him.

LASS)E1S L A S S- Actress
June Ickhart is well known in
the role of the mother on the
"Lassie" TV show. She's the
third Lassie mom in the series.
"It's nice work," June sayt. "I'll
be happy to play the role as
long as Lassie will have me.",

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(Editors note: The Nikita
Khrushchov influence has at.
fected the Soviet Union's film
industry as it his other things.
in this dispatch an American
reporter explains,the changes.)

WI MIIED

By, ALINE MOSBY
MOSCOW (UPI) The young
Garbo of Russia is a smouldering
brunette who represents the
"new look" of internationalism in
Soviet movies,, right down to her
tousled Bohemian,hair-do.
Tatiana Sarnoi lova is the first
Russian movie star to attract
much commotion outside the
U.S.S.R. Her film, 'The Cranes
Are Flying," is making the rotmds
of Western popcorn palaces and
collected the grand prix at the
Cannes Film Festival last year,
the first Soviet feature to win
such an honor.
And almond-eye& Tatiana be became,
came, became, the first Soviet movie star
to be singled out for an interna international
tional international festival acting prize when
she was dubbed best actress at
the Brussels exposition film resti restival.
val. restival. Tatiana is part of a minor rev revolution
olution revolution that has sparked the So Soviet
viet Soviet movie industry since Stalin's
death. Today you can see Nome Nomething
thing Nomething else besides the usual "boy
meets tractor" movie in Russia
a change that could be noted
when I was,,allowed a rare tour
of the biggest Soviet movie studio,
Mosfilm ,MosCow.
SWARMING BEAUTY
- ,A htuidful of actresses used to
get all the roles, and to make
them look like young heroines a
liberal amount of gauze often thid
to be draped over the lens. But
today the Russian film factories
are swarming with beautiful,
shapely young things as in any
other country.
When I met Tatiana at mos mosfilm,
film, mosfilm, the MGM of Russia, she
was wearing a red sweater and
skirt. In this land of fringed lamp lampshiades
shiades lampshiades and accordions, her hour hourglass
glass hourglass figure is the fashipm She
was makeupless a n d appeared
fiery and intense; here the em emnhasis
nhasis emnhasis among film stars is on act act,
, act, ing, not artificial glamor.
What does it mean to be a So Soviet
viet Soviet movie star ballet danc dancers,
ers, dancers, they, have a better chance
for private apartments. They
don't own yachts, but some have
motor beats and country week-end
houses.
Tatiana, and the other 250 ac actors
tors actors and actresses on contract at

Medi Im are paid the equivalent
of $240 a month when they're not
worktng and $306 or $400 a month
when they are, plus bonuses
They are more fancily dressed
than other Russian women al although
though although gill ,modest by Paris
standards.
There are no newspaper movie
gossip columns reporting Ta Tatiana's
tiana's Tatiana's ivery sneeze. Only one
film magazine is printed, devoted
to the .art aspects of the medium.
Many newspape,ca carry film re reviews.
views. reviews. Tatiana has fans as in any oth other
er other country.-
"People ask me for autographs
on the street and I get letters
asking for photographs but I don't
send many," she said.
RUSSIA'S MONROE
I also met the Marilyn Monroe
of Russia, a cheerful, round-faced
blonde named Inna Makarova.
She wore makeup, high heels and
a fur jacket.- Despite her full fullblown
blown fullblown beauty she never poses for
cheesecake photos; they are un unheard
heard unheard of here Once she saw Gina
Lollobrigida on the screen and
thought the audience was allowed
to see "too much" of Gina.
The Soviet movie industrv was
nationalized in 1919. A saying of
Leniii still hangs in a hallway at
Mostim: "Of all branches of art,

FAMED AUTHOR DIES

LONDON MPI) Sax Rohmer,
author of the "Dr. Fu Manchu'
thrillers died here last night
of an illness that puzzled doctors.
He was believed to be about 73
years old.
Rohther, born Arthur Sarsfield
Wade in 131r-mingliam,, England,
never knew his exact age. His
birth certificate never was found.
He die5I in University Hospital
after being unconscious four days.
Physicians said they were puzzled
by his illness.
Rohmer was a best-selling au author
thor author for nearly 50 years. He
coined his pen name from the old
Saxon language; Sax means sharp
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angry objections from leaders of night-that .he had hanged his (Editors isotsit The N I k I t a Mostilm are paid the equivalent the most important Is the einitojt- i: ,
of the red-hot' grandmas, says it's and two of her greatAst,:buteeses also read or heard what Reining- his ruung Christian Democratic mind. about' stepping down as Khrushchev Influence has at- of $240 a month when they're not ma." -.es- 1. .
flifficolt for a 'gal to age grace- are now being revive&A:.1-2- .1. way mid, and. thej, feet reit, lair prt.
',fully lnrhis.Country begausti ,eir7 The anovie ,V.The. Blue,Angel" Is- about the subject-that Alm not a 7 to win their unanimous a- chancellor to run for the figure- fected the Soviet Union's film workfng and $306 or $400 a month Last year 128 movierwereopins-,, ,;, ;
greement that he remain than- bead pest of president, :''' Industry as it his other things. when t h e y are, plus bonuses duced in the SOVitt UniellrMOTO', ,, -:
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- erybod to youth-crazy. ',,,,', .,i- being re-made' milollywood with necessarily taking tne. its,ideld', cellor of West Germany until the Adenetter's-decision touched off In this: dispatch in American They are more fancily dreesed planned for this year....Morii-lbab ,l.-
,-. -, The 54-year-old Star,' a 'Vision May ,Britt, "The 'New ,Dietrich." women." ', A ,o,',,,,,. ,, logi general election. tseiernnmatiez, reporter explains,the changes.) than other Russian women al- 3 billion people went. tccthe:,,' r.,..,. ,'
41amor t,in- her2.1sightclub' appear- And another of her filmk "Destry ,Miss Dietrich said sh,e teelt peo"- ,,,The party executive's endorse- daiswmaavyl 'aniltd lievngeern dismnillus ---- though 'till modest by P a r i s movies last year- In the 'Mgt& .)- '2
- anee, here demented: in her back- Rides Again," has been 'converted ple ''trust her judgment; In these must of his deoision not to run The press was in.! an- uproar; citi- By- ALINE MOSBY standards. Soviet movies stall fit the offio ;. .''.
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hare Hotel:. ,,,,-.... .- "'-'1''''''' '' '":' Ih: addition,;'Miss Dietrich has not -a professional glamor queen.
,;" "This, oountri is wonderful but gained 24 new audience for her- "I don't nOw---Ii wide open split in the many of Adenauer's then 'support- MOSCOW (UPI) The young gossip columns reporting Ta- are supposed to encouragee the ;
PAY mol attenti'm la partY. But the threat remained- ers, spoke out angrilY" against his Garbo of Russia is a smouldering tiana's ivery sneeze. only one march to COMMUlliSM. ;But, new ..
- it-has.'aryouth comPlex, darling, self With' 'ae advice-to-thedoVelorn myself," she said. ,, I work' hard.
4 ,,'Adenatier said the international sudden turnabout. ',, brunette whe represents the film magazine is printed, devoted you can see comedies: draftee
'and a tompleris nothealthy.:',-The radio:, Program' in New,-York., The type .1of "Vitonin., h
Y-0; was'es situation had worsened since he
West G,erman Foreign,'Ildinister "new Irtok" of internationalism in:to the dirt aspects of the medium. and musical comedies that. don't rt
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Women ate not'responsible dor it ,...w'You'd,be surprised who writes a lot of time on makeup. tinfl such announced in April that he would Heinrich von Brentano flew back Soviet movies,,right down to heri Many newapapera earry film re- have one word about Rigs Ind
, "lnlone-the,:whole vountry is. me moat", she 'said.-"Teen-agers,, things is the type- of ,woman ',who
, seek election -as president. Ite said hu jedly-from, Geneva- to, partici tousled Bohemian,hair-do. : views. little propaganda-just warns:love 1, l'
,,,"Everybody:worships youth. Ev- wives and i men,, ,,' , ha8'neithing &se 21 "nci' wrtlina West Germany needed hhn to pai in the party conclaves.
- erything has tei be new-from car,S ; "The" teen-agers say 'I'm not' a, abolit your looks 'only -Snakes. Tatiana Sernollova is the first' Tatiana has fans as in any oth- stories about human bating., and i:s
to'hOusei to anYthinVHere, tome- 'tiquare,7 and- they 'think I'm in- get older faster, ..- Yi,' guide It through the "critical"
" '--,"2,--- -. limes ahead. The 83-year-old chancellor, how- Russian movie star to attract) er country.- their problems, some werthwhile, i:
ever, displayed little concern over much commotion outside the "People' ask mi for autographs some Soviet soap opera. ,,i ,,
'thing ..15;years -old ts peinfed out terested is them Asfor the-wives,
' - -2, -' .',. isitt some observers believed his the controversy touched off by his U.S.S.R. Her film, "The Cranes on the street and I get letters i i:
Tat. verl. Odd and itnything,,old you r, can. thank Ernest ,, Hemingway "I don't diet, don't Dave 'matt- reversal may have een caused decision not to run as his party's Are Flying," is makhig the rounds asking for photographs but I don't ,,. . i I,
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,tear dostin. ,. ", -';- -:,-,. ', , fot a lot ,. of' their letters. You sages and don't worry about how I growing sentiment in support candidate 'in the July 1 presiden- of Western popcorn palaces and send many," she said. I l ',
", The' blonde 'performer''idded in knew, he said I know more about long I can ge'.on. Why''should- I? 6 r Economics Minister Ludwig Er- Ea! elections. He was smiling con- collected Use grand prix at the RUSSIA'S MONROE
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;her 'loft' accent; ',--z,-;',21.:,', ,,, r-,,:: lotre than anyone -else, and most After all, darling, I'm a lot young- bait as Adenauer's sucessor as fidently when he arrived for the Cannes Film Festdval last year, I also met the Marilyn Monroe i
delightfully, ,,
-!It'sawfully difficidt for,the ar- of their letters quote that. i er than some people."
, chancellor. executive meeting. the first Soviet feature to win of Russia, a cheerful, round-faced
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trap woman to buck the national -- , Erbard may yet. try to reform Earlier,- Adenauer formally in- such an honor. blonde n a rn e-d Irma Makarova. ; ,..
itrend,4darling .Young,,,people:, are ,,,m, -,.- :. i
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' things', old--Leo how ean'their Par- One Wife One Modage Adenauer ut, they. specholatted. A spokesman said there was "net; ea,me the first Soviet moyie star a fur jacket.- Deepite her full- it
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, - but has been kept advised on de- isters-bringing laughter f r o m tional festival acting prize when cheesecake photos; they are un- 1 -.
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newsmen. she was dubbed best actress at heard of here Once she saw Gina
vived for, many c.yearsr-architec- sal tnoug For ny Man' announced that he would cut short Friday morning there as an- the Bru,ssels exposition film reati- Lollebrigida on. the screen and
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tore, for. Instance."' , his visit to Washington by one I
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day and return next Tuesday. enauer's own party of moving a Tatiana is pa,rt of a minor rev- to see "too much" of Gina.
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The agreement came in an vote f non-confidence against olution that has sparked the So- The Soviet movie industry was
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f:,,,- WASHINGTON (UPI) ;- "One ment buying works out all right," hours-long stormy meeting of the him. viet movie industry since Stalin's nationalized in 1919. A saying of
. liait, Kids To Lose wife and one mortgage loan is all Mason said in a interview. "When executive, NUMITIOntd into emer emerany
any emerany man should be asked to times are good and incomes are
death. Today you can see Nome- Lento still hangs in a hallway at
4r thing else besides the usual "boY Mosflm: "Of all branches of art, -.
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,Bowhng Instructor So says Norman P. Mason, fed- But if something goes wrong, and
eral, housing adtninistrater, home people can't meet their payments,
, ,, J .2,.:::.: ', ::',00 ; u-',' when .I was,,allowed a rare tour
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Owner end husband. they are in danget of losing the T II of the biggest Soviet movie studio,
LONDON MPI) ;,-- Sax Rohmer, i
' ' CWO Pal Kinilley Aiason's maxim. is direeted honse. tail eyerything they've
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SWARMING BEAUTY author of the "Dr. Fu Manchu'
thrillers died here last night -;
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T)ENVER (UPI) Dr. George ." of an illness that puzzled doctors.
chase with not one but two mort- times allows modest income home get all the roles, and to make ;t
He was believed to be about 73
buyers to burden themselves with Hunt Williamson thinks space- :,,:
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men have been dropping in on ..,,,,,,,,:,,,: ,,:,. ,, years old.
" f f second mortga'ges for an imprudent amount of debt,
A oe o liberal amount of gauze often hdd i 't W'
. earth people for the past 5,000 Rohiner, born Arthur Sarsfield I ''
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Ped Wade in Birmingham, England, ,''
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4,'a-d years-and on a regular basis.
.2 today. the Russian film factories 1 1 ."-- .::
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-The 32-year-old archaeologist '?f ,,,,,..,,,,, never knew his' exact age. His I
't2 ,,:giti:v:40:: ., "Ogh: ::i2 Mal:
:-.0:40-MiR ..;i',,-, !2.;:labi inOug -about it..
t, n financing don't ,k n o w hAreumg o r t g a g e preigramk is
'-'2"-- Having seen. friends and assoc h government underwriting
1- to give a big, enough first mort- Yer s
told a recent meeting of the Oen Oenciety
ciety Oenciety forve .
Unidentified Fly- ,,:' are s w a r m 1 n g with beautiful;
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He died in University Hospital ,
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''''''""'""""mmi""": "'-'"'"' ';'''',"V2:' aies load up with SeCOn moil- gage so that secondary financing ing; );
' V:'",::. ,2 indications that ancient civiliza- ,,4,;.,.: :: : ..,.,. ,,,,,,,,2 Physicians said they were puzzle,d -' a ,4) ;
-- 2. ; gages in the booming 1920's, then is unnecessary, he said. ,,,,,,m::: ,, ; .':,:w When I met Tatiana at mos- by his illness. ly.N 0 .z.,,-, A
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''':'-':;':;:;';:;:i',:',-''':'''''. .',,f-1 - ,',, :i find themselves facing foreclos- On home loa'n's goatanteed by ,.... .2. film, the MGM of Russia, she Rohmer was a best-selling au- : lt,
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:'32w20" ..,' 'i urea in the'depreasion '30's. Mas- the Veterans Administration, no to 0.-nse resorted today. ----
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"There is evidence from ancient ,:,;:i:',;;-'!".;,,", ''''':::'2,,,,, ,ii: was wearing a red sweater and thor for nearly 50 years. He R
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: on makes no hones about his pro- down-payment .is necessary. 0 iis","::!'.,.',,,,$:It :4:,:..A.,4 skirt. In this land of fringed lamp- 1
.2:::A:::0,::,, Egypt Rome and Greece and In- .,.,,,,...,,,t,,,,..N. coined his pen name from the old ''''
, ,: -:,:-::0;::-, :: fessionil, dislike of rsecontlary fi- loans insured by the e
F deral -,,k :T ,,VH ,:0: i shades and accordions, her hour-
Saxon language; Sax means sharp
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merica to indicate there were r,,,,--. ..:, ,,.-,.: :4,,,,,;: -:, ....,,.:i' ,: .:. i glass figure is the fashi n. She
9 blade and Rohmer means a wan- d .,
,; A second mortgage is often tak-- cash reauirements are light. Both
sighting of, strange objects,"2 Wil- a -;'.;,-....t;;-, ..: -:';:;:::, : ,-.,;.,,;,-,,,t was makeu,pless a n d appeared derer. i
' r' en out by' persons buying a house underwriting programs prohibit i:',0,"24..:,..... '2:. ,- ,i: ,,,,t:"r: ; fiery and intense; here the em- ; so ;
2, liamson said.
, 12:: 0::0:t :.,, :i on credit who ca,n't get tio enongh second mortgages.
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"We can't prove it but I think ..A,.,.,-,,2,2:-..,;,i, ,,,,,::,,,,.,4.,,..4.;,..,.:,::::.2,,,,.. ..
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t .., Cash for t e P Y space ships did exist then and ut,i.,,,, ,,,,,k fizm,,?,,,,,,,,,, LlitEll TOUIC
. ,8"-,,:: -,-,:,-?- econd mortgage is generally for
.. j2 ,,, s financing not always realized by '''-'"'''' 2 '''''" ''' "'" What does it mean to be a So- -- 4 1
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orrowers Mason said js a pos- w
i h Williamson said ancient carv- LASSIE'S L A S S -Actress viet movie star L?ike ballet danc- it s lily liver 1
c-uses nu to suffer 0 i ,,.
. : 'ii:',, ;. ,;.:'.;;,', ,,, :, -:, .:: : 1: iprintinal loan. sibly stiff refinancing ee w en a L t A indi ate -June Ickhart is well known in
ings in a in menus c ers, they, have a better chance trom indigestion, gas, heartburn, eon. ,
1..0..'''. .:::W.,-:':',..-- ':'. i Because it' represents a seaond- loan is renewed to accommodate the work had to be supervised
the role of the mother on the ;
;or p r i v a t apartments. They stipatlon. ;headaches, bad breath, dim- ,,, ;
' :4,:' .4 ..;:: .,..,.. i sir I I o th property in a home buyer who hasn't kept up
.. :, ycam n e-, fr h air in order to be so sym symom
om symom t e "Lassie TV show. She's the don't own yachts, but 'some have einem, billausitese and skin blemishes, . i
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, metrically perfect. Other evidence third Lassi
'e mom in the series. motor beats and country week-end get Migeten from your chemist today. - i
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''. -.- ff:''-1:.::...- -, is riskier for the lender. There- he cited was a 5,000 year-old r June says. "I'll houses.
"It's nice wo k,' 1
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,'. ..... .'ii:::e:Mii;. fore he charges a higher inter-.
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's long as Lassie will have me tors and actresses on contract at x 2-
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Mayor John Duncan is risking. work could not have been done , , , L ,, ,, .,
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- 4,:ating4RM:' .. -.., A:.:"'', 'home 'loans iittonce tan put a "an early political- death" by except from the air." i
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- - terrific strain on,the monthly being tou'gh on 'speeders, said for- Williamson ad,mitted he had
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FORMER ISTHMIAN MISS SHARON MINNIX
III MARRIED IN FLORIDA NUPTIAL CEREMONY
Trinity Baptist Church In St. Petarsburg, Fla., was tfie setting
,,unday afternoon, May 24, for the marriage of Miss Sharon Luci its
.MInnix, membor of a well-known former Zone family, and Mr. Ed Edwin
win Edwin Houg land Burton, 11011 of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Shaw Burton of
, Port Lauderdale, Fla.
The brideit paronts are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Earl Minnix, now
of St. Petersburg.. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. M. Edith Min Minnix
nix Minnix of St. Petorsburg and the lato Capt. Warren E. Minnix, for many
years of Cristobal, and of Mrs. Molly V. Johnson of Panama and the
, let Mr. Michaal P. Kenny.

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Given in marriage by her lath lathet.,
et., lathet., the bride chose a white nylon
organza gown fashioned with a
'" bouffant skirL The square neck neckline
line neckline was accented with a yoke of
.thantilly lace, sequins and pearls,
which extended into tiny cap
sleeves. A fiy-away veil was ar arranged
ranged arranged from a crown of pink Um Umors
ors Umors fashioned with points of silk
illusion. She carried a coionial
bouquet of pink sweetheart roses
andtillies of the valley.
, Her matron of honor, Mrs. Mar Martha
tha Martha Wtg)er, wore a white shEath
ttress with light blue accessories
and a wrist corsage of sweetheart
roses.
Thomas Newman served as best
roan.
A reception was held in the so social
cial social hall of the church following
the ceremony.
?, The bride, born in Ancon, was
' .,,graduated from Balboa High
School and the National School of
Aeronautics at Kansas City, Mo,
'She is presently aseociated with,
Electronics Communication!, Inc.
The bridegroom is a graduate ofi
Admiral Farragut Academy, all&
IOW assistant manager of a
Dania store in Fort Lauderdale. 1

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CARD OF THANKS

OWEN B. SHIRLEY

through this medium wish to thank the large number of
friends for their expressions of sympathy during their
-bereavement.
0 Osra Ikt. Shit leh Yolanda and Luis Shirley, Michael B.
rIlbtrley, Lemuel and Gwendolyn Shirley, DMA and Alfred
1..01borne & family, Mavis and Vernon' Mineola,. Maud
-Campbell, and other relatives.

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Woman's Activities
At St. Mary's Church
The Altar-Rosary Society of St.
Mary's Church will meet Monday
evening in the parish hall atter
recitation of the Rosary following
novena Election of officers will bel
a special feature of the program.
All members are urged to attend..
Women of the parish were hon honored
ored honored this morning, receiving Holy
Communion at the 8 a.m. mas.
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Installs Officers
The Colon Unit ,of the Inter-American
Women's Clob held its
annual installation of officers at a
luncheon in the Washington Hotel
Mrs. Jack Kerr, incoming plesi plesident,
dent, plesident, introduced the new board
members and presented Mrs. Juan
Ventura, outgoing president, with
an engraved silver tray and a
scroll sighed by the club mem members.
bers. members. Honored guests included Mrs.
Dora Bennett, honorary president;
Mrs. Hipolito Fernandez, honorary
president; Mrs. Henrique Burrell,
president of the Panama Inter-American
Women's Club; and Mrs.
W. Grady, acting president of the
Cristobal Women's Club. They

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were introduced by Mrs. Yvonne
Lemm.
The luncheon was attended by
75 members.

cis le Intend.
Committee Coffee
The Asilo de la Infancla commit committee
tee committee of the Inter-American Wom Womsn's
sn's Womsn's Club will have a coffee meet meeting
ing meeting Tuesday morning at 9:30 at
the home of Mrs. Ernest Lenci Lencina,.Fiftieth
na,.Fiftieth Lencina,.Fiftieth Street in Panama Ci City.
ty. City. Officers for the coming term
will be elected.
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Women's Club
The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the Fort
Amador Officers Open Mess.
Reservations should be mule by
noon Wednesday with one of the
hostesses, Mrs. Lois Van Horne,
Balboa 3308; Mrs. Sark Rowley,'
Balbea 3674; Mrs. Ruth Boudrois,
Gamboa 342; or Mrs. Mary Rupp le,
Balboa 4353.

Cristobal Rainbow Girls
Have installation
Miss Marion Leach, worthy ad advisor,
visor, advisor, and other officers of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Assembly Two, Order of
Rainbow for Girls, Were installed
in an 'open ceremony last week at
the Cristobal Masonic Temple. The
event was attended by more than
150 persons, including Rainbow
Girls, DeMolay boys, their par parents
ents parents and friends from both sides
of the Isthmus. --
Miss Marguerite Engelke, who
was completing her term as wor worthy
thy worthy advisor, -was the. installing of-
ficer with Bonnie Rankin, marshal;
Mrs. Beverly Weems, chaplain;
Mrs. Pamela- Hawthorne Coloski,
recorder; and Emily Hearn, mu musician.
sician. musician. A "Bluebird of Happiness" theme
was carried out in the decorations,
which included a white picket
fence interspersed with fern and
niiniature nosegays.
Miss Leach was escorted to tile
altar for installaVon pledges- by
Miss Ramona Anderson, ther, in installed
stalled installed as worthy advisor by ber
mother, Mrs...John H. Leach.
Officers who will serve with her
include Claire White, worthy as associate
sociate associate advisor; Irene Meehan,
charity; Judy Griffon, Hope; El Ellen
len Ellen Clute, Faith; Joan Page, ree reeorder;
order; reeorder; Brenda Collins, treasurer;
'Marvel Davison, chaplain; Ramo Ramona
na Ramona Anderson, drill leader; Becky
McLeod, Love; Elizabeth McLaren,'
religion; Andrea Terrell, nature;
Mary Alioe Engelke, immortality:1
Andia Lee Nash, Fidelity; Marion
Smith,,patriotism; Stephanie Drey
er, service Diana Smith, coot
dential oberver; Elizabeth Hew-'
.itt, outer observer; Emily Hearn,
musician; and Pamela Johnston,
choir director.
The new worthy advisor pre presented
sented presented a past worthy advisor's
jewel to Miss Engelke, then in introduced
troduced introduced the substitute officers.
They are Sharon Cooper, Vicki
Feller, Virginia Faris, Beverly
George, Harriet Hewitt, Elizabeth
Pearson, Pamela Theriot, Susan
Barfield, Oarla Meehan, Ann Mc

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Rules Committee cleared
the way today tor a House show showdown
down showdown on an administration-opposed
bill to limit the authority of
federal courts to strike down state
laws.
The committee, which channels
legislation to the House floor,
voted unanimously to give a green
light to House action on the meas measure,
ure, measure, which was sponsored by its
chairman, Rep. Howard W. Smith
(D-Va.).
It acted after a brief hearing
at which the' measure was praised
as a necessary reaffirmation of
states' rights and condemned on
grounds it would create "confu "confusion."
sion." "confusion." The bill is identical to the one
which passed the House last year
only to die in the Senate where
opposition forces are stronger.
It was designed to forbid fed federal
eral federal courts from nullifying state
laws on grounds that the federal

Cle nand, Rita Geyer, Lenore
Smith, Susan Mathieson and Ma Ma,
, Ma, ritza Sasso.
Guest speaker for the occasion
was Rev. Theodore E. Franklin,
pastor of the Margarita U n i'o n
Church, who spoke on Miss
Leach's tbeme for her term, "Pa "Patriotism."
triotism." "Patriotism." An inscribed gavel of native
wood was presented the new wor worthy
thy worthy advisor by her father. Service
bars earned during the past term
were presented by Mrs. B. Don Donald
ald Donald Humphrey, chairman of the
Rainbow advisory board, to Betsy
Hewitt, Pamela Johnston and Vic Vicki
ki Vicki Fettler.
Honored guests attending the
installation were Miss Edith Mc McNeil
Neil McNeil and Mrs. Eleanor Beuhier of
Balboa Assembly One; Miss Dan Danielle
ielle Danielle Harned of Pedro Miguel As-
sembly Three; Mrs. Peggy Smith'
of Royal Palm Chapter Two, Ord Order
er Order of the Eastern Star; Mrs. Tom Tommy
my Tommy Roth of Coral Chapter Three,
0.E.S.; Fred Baggott and Reed
Hopkins HI of 'Pacific Chapter,
Order of DeMolay; Rev. Franklin,
Mr. and Mrs. Leach and Mrs. Jean
Bleakley, mother advisor of the
Cristobal Assembly.
Mrs. Virginia Faris and her coin-)
mitee served refreshments in the
banquet OP all following the instal installation
lation installation ceremony. Decorations in
the Assembly room were arrang arranged
ed arranged by Ramona Anderson and her
committee.

Returns From States
Dr. A. B. Gerrans of Balboa has
returned to the Isthmus after a
fire-weeks trip la- the States.
Colon lAWC Meets
-Monday At Clubhouse
A final meeting of the board
members of the Colon Unit of the
Inter-American Women's Club will
be held Monday afternoon'tit four
at the Clubhouse.
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Leave for Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. A.
Booth of Balboa and their children,
Michael and Sharon, left Saturday
morning by plane for a vacation
in Mexico City, New Orleans, Los
Angels and New York.
Quarry Heights Club
To Meet Wednesday
The Quarry Heights Women's
Club will meet Wednesday morn morning
ing morning at 9:30 at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club. Hostesses will be
Mrs. Dorsey Franks, Mrs. Betty
Durni and Mrs. Betty Emmett.
Members are reminded to bring
"white elephant" articles for the
rummage sale to benefit the Bella
Vista Children's Home.
Atlantic Camera Club
The Atlantic Camera will hold
a regular black and white meet.
ing in the Mount Hope clubrooms
evening at 7:45. Members are re reminded
minded reminded to bring prints for club
competition on a general subject.
A model will attend the meeting
and will pose for members wish-I
ing to make portraits.

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Federal Court luthority To- Sttik,
Down State Laws Limited By Hotis'

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government has exclusive jusisdic jusisdiction
tion jusisdiction in a articular legislative
field.
Ihe measure was prompted by
the 1956 Supreme Court decision
in the Steve Nelson case that
state sedition laws, were nullified
by congressional enactment of the
Smith Anti-Subversion Act in 1940.
Members of the House Judiciary
Committee, which approved the
VII by a 17-15 vote last month,
testified before the Rules Com-,
mittee.
Rep. William E. Mil ler (R-N.;)
said Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers
opposes the bill "because he la
not sure what it will do." But
be said It was clear to him that
the measure "simply restates for
the present (Supreme) Court what
has been the law for 100 years."
Rep. Roland V.. Liboriad (D-111.)
sal,' the bill would "only cense
confusion." He argued it was not
necessary because he Supreme
Court In 'any event makes the
finpl determinatIon of the consti constitutionality
tutionality constitutionality of all laws.
Friends, and foes of the legisla legislation
tion legislation have disagreed sharply on its
meming and scope.
The Judiciary Committee said
in its majority report that it
would "restore harmony In the
delicate field of federal-state rela relations."
tions." relations."
But the minority report said It'
would produce "chaos" in legal
circles and pen the door for
endless court MPS.

Anti-Smoking Drive
Begun By American
Cancer Society

BOSTON (UPI)The American
Cancer Society began mapping
plans today or an intensive anti antismoking
smoking antismoking campaign with particular
emphasis on teenagers.
In New York, Timothy V. Har Harnett,
nett, Harnett, chairman of thA Tobacco
industry Research Committee,
labeled the campaign a "one "oneAided
Aided "oneAided propaganda iffort."
The campaign, approved yester yesterday
day yesterday by the scoiety's board of
directors,- wil,1 be designed to
"bring to the attention of physi physicians
cians physicians and fife publicand particu particularly
larly particularly teen-agersfacts about can cancer
cer cancer and Imoking.
Dr. Howard C. Taylor, chair chairman
man chairman of the society's vecial com committee
mittee committee on tobacco and cancer,
said a committee of statisticians,
social scientists and COMMUniCa COMMUniCation
tion COMMUniCation specialist would handle the
campaign which he called "a to total
tal total educational effort.'

The society's staff has been di-,
rected to prepare,plans and esti estimate
mate estimate costs for' the program,
aimed at "modification of the
smoking habit in a community,4
Taylor said.
The staff, Taylor said, also will
prepare studies of smokers and
non-smokers and "those physiolo physiological,
gical, physiological, psycholoqical and social
factors responsible for the initia initiation,
tion, initiation, continuation and cessation of
smoking.'
Hartnett said in New York that
clinical and laboratory research
has failed to support the cancer
society's views on lung cancer.
For example, he said. nun-terms
experiments in whieh animals
have been forced to inhale large
amounts of tohacco smoke have
consistently failed to cause lung
cancer.

HUCKNALL, England CLIPI)--A
policeman asked Ronald Rowlett,
lg. Why he was sitting on the
sidewalk in tears. "I've been to
the Moon," Rowlett sobbed. Ile
was fined $1.40 yesterday for
drunkenness. "The Moon," it
came out in court, is the name
of a pub.

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family in his fight to'overcome a spinal defect. Though able-bodied, Chrif brothers, Bobby,
12t left, and James Jr., 13, and his parents walk around their Harrisonburg, Va., house on
crutches. They think it will prevent the yoUngster from getting discouraged while using his.

Murdeied Child's Father Pleads -For Help,
Understanding For 15-Year Old Skye!'

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) A
grieving father, suffering "the
mnst terrible grief ivhich, has
ever seared my soul," appealed
today for help instead of 'cave 'caveman
man 'caveman vengeance" for his 3-yearold
daughter's teen-aged slayer.
The plea appeared in a 1,500-
word letter to the "dear people of
Philadelphia' published on the
front page of the Evening Bul Bulletin
letin Bulletin shortly before a 15-year-old
honor student was arraigned for
the "sudden urge' slaying of little
Becky Holt.
Mathematician Anatol Wolf Holt,
31, a mechanican brain expert,
asked for help for both the bo,
Edward J. Cooney Jr., and his
parents, and suggested that blame
for the tragedy might be shared
by the boy's church, school and
fa mily.
"Had I caught the boy in the
act, I would have wished to kill
him.' Holt wrote. "Now that there
is no undoing of what is done,
I only wish to help him.
"Let no feelings of caveman
vengeance influence us.'

Continuos Case
4.Co. !Tudg t Syc
ney 'Plpffman continiftd the ells
against Cooney until June 19,
pending a complete psychiatric
examination of both him and his
parents.

parents.
"This is horrible,' the judge
said. "It's a shame that two
families can be completely de.
stroyed by a thing like this.
Somewhere along the line, we
must have failed.'
Cooney's family was -nlunged
into grief by tte tragedy that
struck tha neighborhood in which
both families have lived. Cooney's
sister has been a baby sitter for
the Holt's three children and the
'families had been friendly in a
neighborly ,wa y.
Cooney is a six-foot, 150.pound
basketball nlayer and sophomore
honor student at St. Josenh's'
Preparatory School. The Rev:
John 'Henry, one of his teachers:
said he had always been -popular
with the other students.
Boy Confesses
The boy confessed Thursday

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night on the advice of his priest
thathe lured Becky to his fami family's
ly's family's basement where ste resisted
his advances. He strangled her
when he was seized with a "sud "sudden
den "sudden urge,' he said. Then be Put
her body in a closet and went
outdoors and mowed a neighbor's
lawn.
Thursday night, the boy's fath father
er father rushed to the Bolt tome, where
Mrs. Tatiana Holt had been ob observing
serving observing her 32nd birthday.
He took the stricken mother's
hands in his and mumbled over
and over again, "I'm sorry...rm
sorry."
To this, she replied, weeping,
"our loss is also yours...I
Holt, a brilliant research mathe mathematician
matician mathematician employed et a five fivefigure
figure fivefigure salary by the Sperry-Ran
Corp., sat down in his gr;e1 and
wro'e the letter that appeared
Friday.
"I write to you ttis morning,'
he said, "at the rise of the
dawn..."
"The boy himselfha-a aiwaVa
Omni an excellent account of him himselfhonor
selfhonor himselfhonor student, gentle In man man,handsomenand
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"...I am sure that his parents
have been God-fearing, upright
citizensf too-uneducated in mat matters
ters matters of the human sould live
recognized the plight of their child'
during the years of his growth.
"They widoubtedly took naive
ride in his. constant good be behavior,
havior, behavior, neat appearance and EOM
Performance at church and school,
never suspecting that this verY
eoodnesS lwas serioui rause for
worry in Vie light of what must
have been' left unaccourted fr.,
"It is, of course, worrisoine.
from the social'noint of view, that
there are parents with such
lack of understanding.
"It Is. I ',submit, much more
orofundly' ,evorrisomse thst if
ehould hive'been tossdble for this
bov to on through-his whole IS
vegra rithoot anvone who was
resnonithlo, for his 'imbrinring
such as his, school and his church i

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SAN itlembetsSAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI) --
The congregation at Trinity Ban Bantist
tist Bantist Church. took an attitude of
"forgive and forget'. today to toward
ward toward their married 'pastor who
nublidy disclosed that he had
been "improperly'' Involved -with
a "'WIWI church!' member.
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IC S. McBirnie. an one said' he
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At a, time when critics are
denouncing foreign aid as a"give a"givesway,"
sway," a"givesway," it is a bit startling to
hear somebody say that the real
- trouble with the U. S. aid pro program
gram program is that, A's too selfish.
Yet Abet is precisely what some
American church leaders are
saying.
-They' are appealing- to Congress
-to overhaul the aid program
thoroughly not to, save money,
but to make more effective in in.
. in. strument for sharing American's
abundance with the two-thirds of
of humanity, that lives in chron chronic
ic chronic misery.
These church leaders-.-who in in'
' in' elude sp kes e for MajOr
Protestant and Catholic organiza organizationsbelieve
tionsbelieve organizationsbelieve the goVernment has
made an historic mistake in "sell "selling"
ing" "selling" foreign aid to the American
public on the basis of national
self-interest.
They would' like to see ,leit
phasis on buylig or Inkling
T ,4Sainat, communism, and
more ,empbasie Am helping peoRie
, simpkv because-they are people.
putt is w,hat Dr, Doneld C.
Stone tried .to 14011,,the lgotmeleor-
eigo Affairs, Committee when he
appeared befor4 it recently as
, spokesman for the NatiOnal Coun

Ileighbors Ra ilyjo
Defense Of Father
Against POHO Shots

NASHVILLE,, Tenn: WM)
Neighbors 'of Ben, Gamble,
charged. with failing to have his
children vaccinated for-polio, said'
today they will ,ask authorities
not to prosecute.
Mrs. Erline Mikitka, 'spokesman
for the group, said 41)h think it's
unconstitutional for-them to treat
Ben that way,", t
Gamble was charged under a
state law earlier thit week for
failing to have his daughterElip
abeth, 8, and his son Ray, A,
immtmized,-r,
Health' Director Dr. John Lentz
said the chilken have had ell
other required shots,- Auch), as
small pot ,and ,diphtheria,. but
Gamble said he-was afraid of -the
polio shots.
The grotiji, fellow residents of
suburban Edenwold, said they
will present petition to County
Judge Beverly Briley, Dt. 'Lentz
and criminal court.
"Ben is a good neighbor and,
we don't think they ought to do
a man that way," They said.
Gamble told newsmen he didn't-want
hie children vaccinated
any more because "by the time
they're 18 their blood is half medicine."

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NEW YORKDavid J. Mc Don Donalit
alit Donalit president of the' United Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers Union, On Ile possibility
of a strike against the steel indus indus,,
,, indus,, try:
"We are just working for a
peaceful settlement. We are, not'
, thinking in terms of rn. strike. It 1
- is industry that Aaa.been talidng 1
strike.' ;
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WASHINGTONRep. Charles O.
Porter (DDre.), proposing U. S.
4 recognition of Communist Chiba:
"It- is pure wishful thinking to
predict that it (Communist China)
- will fall of its own dead weight.'
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OMAHA, Web,i .,Doomed'snass'
- Mayer -Charles Starkweathir,
federal court rejection 'of kit ap appeal
peal appeal for another hearingtt
"Just tell tem no coninant.!,t .1;40

' : LOS ANGELES Charles R.
Sligh, Jr,i executive vi;e president
of the National Assn. of Manufaq
turers, on labor, unions!
Ilinions are a;potentiel political
, force, Our manufacturers, lmfor lmfor,
, lmfor, tunately, are not a political force
wive- t

' ell of Churches. Dr. Stone is dean'
'of the University of Pittsburgh's
graduate school of public and in in,
, in, ternational affair 5, and a
member of the National Council's
department of international af affairs.
fairs. affairs. lie said the U.S. aid progrom,
as ,presently constituted, is con conspicuously
spicuously conspicuously lacking in "moral and
religious" motivations'. A nation
can hardly claim to be acting out
of unselfish generosity, he added,
when it "furthers the economic
development of other countries
primarily in the' interest of its
own security and as a means of
a means of obqtructing the out outreach.
reach. outreach. of an -enemy."
Dr. Stone argued that Amer America
ica America would.. ,"infitiltely more
successful" in creating conditions
for peaee if it were less obsessed
with- getting a pracecal,' political
'.Ireturn" on its ,foreign aid in inveskment.
veskment. inveskment. A similar stand.atis taken by
the Catholic MIMI for Interna International
tional International Peace in a reeept poliey

LONDON,(TYPI) -- Queen Eliza.:
Nth II called on the Atlantic Con Congress
gress Congress today to give the peoples of
NATO nations a "clear:lead", in
closer cooperation. She pleaded
for a mininium of quarreling in
the alliance.
"
' The Queen pelte briefly at me
opening of the' congress,' a meet meetiqg
iqg meetiqg of 450 delegates from 14 Wes Western
tern Western nations gathered for the most
unusnal public review of NATO
since it was ergenized 10 years
ago. Iceland stayed:away because
of its fishing dispute', with Britain.
The Queen's speechevpreceded
the firt business section at, which
Ben-Estes Kefauver (D -1 Tenn)
was the; itialw Speaker.
.",ttlossow, 1111.a-shed's propaganda
barrage Atkin t; the meeting
even before It' started,,charging it
;wasdisruptive to the Geneva
conference.,
"It is the ordinary people of
this Atlantic community, who want
Velem-lead," 4he -Queen.
'"The Atlantic community is the
nest real effort to give practical

WASHINGTON (UPI) .---Lewis
L. Strauss was warmly praised
as a devoted public servant and
severely criticised as an evasive
incompetent 'Friday at the opening
of formal Senate debate on his
nbmination to be commerce sec seckretary.
kretary. seckretary.
4 The ,ease, for and against the
One-time chairman of the Atomic
,Energy Commission .was present presented
ed presented to the Senate by the ranking
Democrat and Republican on the
'SenaterCommerce Com mitt e
which approved the, appointment
by a 9-8 vote.
, Chairman Warren G. Magnuson
i (D-Wash.) pictured Strauss as a
man- lacking the integrity and
competence required for the cab cab1
1 cab1 inet post. He nlso accused Strauss
.
Of deliberately trying to deceive
his committee.
Sen. Andrew F. Schoeppel (It (It'Rant.),
'Rant.), (It'Rant.), ranking Republican com committee
mittee committee memberi toutly defended
Strauss. He said the opposition to
, Strauss came largely -from so socalled
called socalled liberals who resent the fact
"that he is v conservative in poli poli1
1 poli1 tics.
,' Ha:said ,thesi, liberals ,"look
itoptfully for: the, 1.day when the
last conservative will be stuffed
end in a glass case at the Smith Smith1
1 Smith1 golden," ,.,,, ,, 4 k
- SChdeppel and Magnuson. also
' Clashed over tha conduct of com com1mittee
1mittee com1mittee members during the le
1days of hearings on President
,FAsenhower's naming fan of
Strausto,,v, ,-.e.,...-it, 1 ,

THE RESIDENT STUDICNTS of the Helen Keller School for tbe Blind in' Bella Vista Are tided
by a generous contribution. A check for more than $500 was presented to Lion Pablo A. Paz,
, president of the NUMMI Lions Club for the school by Miss Eve Eisenmann, vice president and
social welfare chairman of the Youth Club of Kol Sherith Israel., C. A. Bodged, chairman of
tht Li Ons Club Committee fr the Blind and Mrs. Constance leidanque, president' of the Els Els'
' Els' terehool of Kol Sherith, look'on. The Youth Troup raised the iuncie env R r
which was held in the Community Hail in April. mre. Fidanque, Mrs. Carlos Reinert and Mrs.
Fred Maduro as well as other members of the Sisterhood aided the youths in this pro!ect.

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statement entitled "A Christian
Position on U.S. Foreign Aid."
"Foreign economic assistance
should be. motivated by our
sense of moral obligation," the
Catholic statement said, adding
that moral motives are "unfor.
tunately obscured by ,the present
structure" of the aid program.
What the church leaders do
seek is a clear distinction be between
tween between military aid, extended for
the sake of our own security, and
economic aid, extended as a rec recognition
ognition recognition of moral obligation
toward those lying in chronic
want.
They are convinced that most
Americans really want to be gen generous
erous generous toward less fortunate peo peopeople,
people, peopeople, and that they would
be shocked if they realized, not
how much but how relatively lit,
tle, they are presently spending
an economic aid.
The total comes to about
$1,500,000 a year, or four fourtenths
tenths fourtenths of one per cent of the U.S.
gross national product.

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form to growing desire of the
peoples of this part if the world is
to work more closely together for
their mutual benefit.'
Soviet Communist Party
newspaper Pravda saw the con congress
gress congress as a sympton of NATO
weaknesses.
':With talk about some kind of
',cultural and economic commun community'
ity' community' the purpose of the congress is
to mask NATO's far from bril brillisnt
lisnt brillisnt achievements and to draw
the .peoples' attention away from
the military and aegressive es essence
sence essence of that bloc," Pravda said.
Actually, here was little at attempt
tempt attempt to hide NATO's weeklies weekliesses
ses weekliesses at the congreas. Since the del delegates
egates delegates are not official representa representatives
tives representatives of their governments.. they
are free to speak frankly.
One British paper to be read
to the delegates complained of in inconsistencies
consistencies inconsistencies in American policies
toward European allies. An Atner Atnericon
icon Atnericon paper Oecreed what it isaid
were British hesitations and
French weaknesses.

Schoeppel charged that the hear.
ings at rat ,detoured "into gen genteel
teel genteel 'mud-slinging" and then' "de "degenerated
generated "degenerated into a far rougher
game.", He 'said Strauss' oppo opponent'
nent' opponent' abandoned an inquiry into
his qualifications to auume the
role Of 'grand Inquisitors.'
Magnuson deinded the fairness
of the hearings and disputed
the contention!. that he used de delaying
laying delaying tactic'.
'I deal 'think anybody's anoint anoint,ed
,ed anoint,ed because he's appointed," he
said. Some other committee Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats praised Magnuson for, his
conduct of the -sessions.
The debate promised to be one
of the most bitter floor battles of
the year. No vote wu expected
at kast until late next week, with
the outcome in doubt. Both sides
concede the vote will be close.
Each- claimed victory.
Before the start of the debate,
Senate Deocratic Leader Lyndon
B-3ohnson (Tex.) urged aU se,na se,nators
tors se,nators to make up thedr own minds
about the appoinbuent. He said
"effort' to pressure the Senate in
either direction or to mislead the
Senate wili certainly boomerang."

"DULLES ALMS" NAMED
BERLIN (UPI) -- The Nest
Berlin eity government has ap approved
proved approved a proposal that the
"Zelten allee' near 'the Best BestWest
West BestWest Berlin border be renamed
"Dull'es Allee' in honor og ,the
late U.S.'seeretary et state.

Florida' Legislature, Kills Youth
'Last Reiorf School Bill Killed By Man Het
2 Others Attacked

TALLAHMSE (UPI) -The I
1959 Florida Legislature passed
two mild segregation measures
and killed a'drastic "last resort'
school closing bill Friday, then
adjourned sine die.
The Legislature, sharply, split
at times by fights over race,
revenue and reapportionment
problems, adjourned at 2:55 p.m.
despite a Senate move to extend
the session 30 days for,constitu for,constitutional
tional for,constitutional revisions.
The 80day session as climax climaxed
ed climaxed by some of its major battles
and ended on a note of discord
as north Florida senators vowed
to resist efforts to push out a new
State Constitution. in a proposed
special session in September.
The lawmakers, however, wound

Stales' Rights
Gels fast Work
In Committee

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
controversial states' rights ill
appeared set for a quick trip
through the liouse Rules Commit.
tee today.
The committee was expected to
clear the bill for house action
after a Irief hearing on the
measure. It is sponsored by
chairman Howard W. Smith (1)-
Va.).

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The two-part bill was approved
17 15 by the House Judiciary
Committee 'last month. It is
identical to a bill which was
passed by the House last year
but died in the Senate.
The measure is aimed at keep keeping
ing keeping federal legislatioh from over overturning
turning overturning state laws on the same
subjects. It stems from Supreme
Court decisions in recent years
which nullified state sedition and
other laws on grounds that fed federal
eral federal legislation had exclusive jur
isdiction in those fields.
The bill's backers and oppon opponents
ents opponents disagree sharply on its
meaning.
The Judiciary Committee's ma majority
jority majority report said it would "re "restore
store "restore harmony in the 'delicate
field of federal-state relations."
But the minority report said it
would produce "chaos' in legal
relations and open the door for
endless court cases. Some of the
opponents dubbed it "the lawyer's
full emplo3rment bill of 1959."
The bill's first part is a gen general
eral general provision applying to all leg legislation,
islation, legislation, past and future. It would
keep the courts from ruling that
federal laws exclude .state laws
on the same sttbject unless Con Congress
gress Congress specifically says they
should or unless there is an irre irrecontilable
contilable irrecontilable clontlict ,ith feders-1,
legislation.,
The second part revives state
sedition laws, struck down by a
1955 Supremn Co,,r oecisin.

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BERLIN (UMHelmuth Da Dahinten,
hinten, Dahinten, mayor of the East Ger German
man German town of Angermuende and
an active Communist since 1946,
has fled to West Germany, the
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ule. schedule. The Senate tried to push
through a 30-day extension for
rnatitutional revision, but the
House rzfused.
Before scattering, legislators
passed new taxes to balance the
record 727 mWion dollars in ap appropriations.
propriations. appropriations. Nothing was done about a
threatened 42-million dollar cash
deficit Comptroller Ray Green
Bald can te expected in Decem December.
ber. December. A neg, 2R million dollar in
Jaxes will be paid by building
contractors on government jobs,
and beer, wine and whisky drink drinkers.
ers. drinkers. One segregation bill clearing
the Legislatore Friday would
strengthen Florida'A pupil assign assignment
ment assignment laws by allowing school
boards to, take into account a
nupirs academic and home back back',round
',round back',round 'and the effect he might
have on other Rupils in a school.
Thp other bill allows parents to
withdraw their children from in integrated
tegrated integrated schools withoot running
afoul of the compulsory school
attendance
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Lettislatots from all sections tlf
the state laid aside personal dif dif,
, dif, ferences long enough tn egret. on
a package program callin for a
45-member Senate and 103-member
House.
The Plan comes Ito for R vote
in a statewide election in Novem November.
ber. November. In addition to the last resort
school amendment. several dras dras.
. dras. tie segregation proposals died
with the session.
A few other measures got
, throveh to maintain segreoRtion.
. ;oeltidino a 5500n(K) aonroorlation
hill to try to sell seoregstion to
: to the north and ono allowino
searegation of school children by
sex.
One advance prediction of the
1959 Leeislatime was right on the
ow. It dealt roticihlv with Gov.
Lert" Collins' ornoram.
hits withheld tudgmont
of the session as whole. but
said three weeks ikon Loolatil.
, biro sometimes arpeared to be
without a soul.
Ito will ossess the lonislation
' wl-ich riassed and that which wpg
: killed in a news conference Saturday.

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JACKSON, Miss. (UPI)--An in insurance
surance insurance salesman was charged
with murder today in the fatal
shooting of a high school ath athlete
lete athlete in an argument about bas basketball.
ketball. basketball.
Police said R. T. Foster, 33,
told them he shot Ke Hon Sullivan,
a 19-year-old. .sentor at Central
High School, during a street
brawl that involved several other
youths. The fight followed an ar-
gument in a ;tight spot Thursday'
night.
Sullivan, halfback on the Cen Central
tral Central football team and forward on
the basketball team, was shot
once through the forehead and
once through the left shoulder.
He died in a hospital about an
hour after the shooting.
Police Lt. J. P. Shipp said Fos Foster
ter Foster walked Into the polite station
and surrendered. Foster told of officers
ficers officers he shot Su Mean as the
youths wert, "just about beating
me to death."
Shipp said three youths who
participated in the brawl were
being held on charges of assalet assaletin
in assaletin a Foster.
Foster said the argument be began
gan began when Sullivan, le'arning Fos Foster
ter Foster was from Lincoln County.
rhided him about Brookhaven
High school "buying ball play players."
ers." players." referring to the several
high school stars who moved to
Brookhaven recently.
Witnesses said after a lengthy
argument. Foster left the night
soot and the youths followed him.
Foster said they "ganged uo" on
him Rnd beat him in the streo
and he fimd as "about three of
them had hold of me."

Prof Sees Shortage
Of Mathepalicians
!II Hex! Five Years

EAST LANSING, Mich. (UP!)
The United States faces an acute
shortage of mathematicians with
in the next five years, according
to Dr. J. Sutherland Frame, bead
of the Michigan State University
ma th department.
One reason for this, be said, is
that mathematics is too difficult
for many college students. An Another
other Another reason is public ignorance
of the fact that mathematics is a
profession in itself, not merely a
tool for other professions.
According to recent estimate,'
Dr. Frame said, 70,000 mathema mathematicians,
ticians, mathematicians, including 10,000 with d6c d6ctorsi
torsi d6ctorsi degrees, will be needed for
computer work alone by 1963.
But he added: "It is highly un unlikely
likely unlikely that there wilt be even 5,-
000 mathematics ,phD's by 1963.
And most of them will4e wor0'
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their squad training tests at the
Rio Hato training area.
The tests are taken by an entire
squad of 11 men, with each indi individual
vidual individual contributing a certain num number
ber number of points towards passing
score through his adeptness at
his asaigned mission. Umpires,
placed at the assembly area on
the route of attack and on the
objective, grade the men during
their meneuvers, which last
bout 30 minutes.
Testing. begins when a squad
man moves to a predetermined
assembly area to recive a brief briefing
ing briefing from the squad leader. The
signal for the problem to begin is
a smoke grenade, used to simulate
an atomic blast. The men then
take the necessary meqsures tn
decontaminate themselves and
their equipment.
After assuming defensive positions,
tlie squad leader goes on a recon reconnaissance
naissance reconnaissance mission to determine
the location and number of the
enemy troops. He returns to his
squad and gives members the data
they will need to carry off a suc successful
cessful successful attack on the ennemy posi posiHon.
Hon. posiHon. Upon completion of the
briefing they- move beyond the
"line of departure" to the assault
position.
At the assault postion they
fix their bayonets and await the
ward to attack. At the signal they
quickly move into an assault
formation, sweep over the aggres aggressor
sor aggressor postilon and then fall into de defensive
fensive defensive positions to repel a counter-attack.
Live ammunition is used. The
two fire teams in the squad then
take their positions and fire
the ammunition at silhouette
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cross, the position ocotp.ifd-b the
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situation an air of reality.A
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several more weeks to.1,4otinue
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the nond and lodged in ASuttonie
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The S,an Francisco Giants surged
'to within game and a half of the
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' they crushed the Cincinnati Reds,
s13-3, with the aid of an 18-hit at at:tack
:tack at:tack and the eight-hit pitching of
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c MILWAUKEE, June 6 (UPI)
Vrhe Los Angeles Dodgers pushed
tTacross two runs in the eighth on
:tour successive singles to beat the
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- PITTSBURGH, June 6 (UPI)
;Rigthander Moe Drahowsky pitch--
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:iietql Chicago to an 8-2 victory over
Itlift Pittsburgh Pirates after the
,ICub decided the contest early by
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livered delivered a bases loaded single with
Avte out in the 10th inning today to
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groove again after nearly a month monthlong
long monthlong slump, set the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians down on six hits today and
beat them, 2-1, while hurling the
New York Yankees to their fourth
straight victory.
Turley, who recorded his fifth
victory, had a shutout until Tito
t-'rancona hit a pinch homer with
out in the ninth. But that was the
only run the Indians could score
as they absorbed their seventh
straight defeat.
CHICAGO, June 6 (UPI) Vic
Wertz and Frank Malzone each
clouted a two-run homer today to
give rokie southpaw Ted Wills and
the Boston Red Sox a 4-2 victory
over the Chicago White Sox.
The win was the second for
Wills in As manv major league
starts. Pihough he needed helcv
in the c. 'h inning after he load-1
ed the haves with one out. Mike
vern4-1-s camP on to get pinch pinchbatter
batter pinchbatter Harry Simpson who ground grounded
ed grounded into a double play.
RIDES RANGE Now -that
he has plenty of room in cen center
ter center field, Al Kaline is expected
to become the great ballplayer
he appeared to be when
winning the American League
batting championship at 20.
by
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Some came
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some turned
away... Dave
was back and
the whole
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that trouble
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ARTHUR KENNEDY
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CAPITOL! 0
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REVOLT IN THE
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with Gene Fvans

VICTORIA
25c. 15c.
INDIAN
F I G T E R
with Kirk Douglas
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Captain Kidd and
The Slave Girl

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A C A IR R E

On Leaders

Race Track

P.P. Horse Jockey O. Comment Odds
st Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs.Purso $650.00 Pool Cioos 1:00
ist RACE OF THE DOUBLE

lst Race "Spacial" Imp. 6
1st RACE
1Aerial Trumpet Vs. Cruz
2Damajuana J. P. Diaz
3Joyero S. Hernandez
4Doiia Linda No boy
5Donito F. Justiniani
6Blue Paint H. Gustines
7Eros H. Hidalgo
8Serres Road B. Baeza
9Second Cup A. Credidio
2nd Race 6th kilos Imp. 6
2nd RACE
1Mikel J. Talavera
2Dagon R. Cruz
3Skoll B. Baeza
4Hermelina H. Gustines
5Empire Cross A. Credidio
6Lo Moscoso D. Delgado
7Madame Cucu J.P. Diaz
8Highland P. J. Phi 'lisp
9Platano V. Tejada
10Sabiondo C. Ruiz
11(Dob le Fija Hidalgo
12(Alhajar R. Vasquez
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Nail. 7 Fgt.
1Don Manuel
2Ju lie
3Tanganica
4Fo
5Noticion
H. Hidalgo 99x
H. Gustines 108
R. Cruz 103x
J. Talavera 114
J. Reyes 113
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4th Race "F'
1.Guaramaya
2Fi Ion
3Tito Pereque
4Dinamita S.
5Silver Girl J.
6Oki land
Sth R a ce "C'
1FrancisquiIr
2Solito
3Black Bee
4Chito
5Daniel

1 2--Damaluana J. P. Diaz 99x --Last was revealing 3-1 I 4t 11.JVil 44114"1
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6th Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fos. Purse $450.00 Pool Closes
1st -RACE OF THE DOUBLE
IRey Belot J. Ulloa 112 Distance handicaps
2Latino J. P. Diaz ll2xDoesn't seem likely
3Don Cirilo F. Alvarez 106 Would pav juicy odds
4Doiia Flora A. Credidio 104 Usually close up
5Thunderstreak G. Ramos 101x Not against these
6Campagnard V. Tejada 103x Would pay off here
7Nirvana B. Baeza 112 Jockey may decide
8--Martlet R. Cruz 113x --Seems much the best 1

7th Race 3rd Series Imp. 6 Fps.
2nd RACE OF
1Red Label M. Balenzuela 110
2Melendez J. Phillips 105
3Sober View S. Hernandez 106
4Sicabu H. Hidalgo 102x
5Vergnieux H. Gustines 106
6Bacancito O. Bravo 113
7Manandoagua A. Gonzales 104
8Plucky J. Talavera 110
9Germanio IT. Justiniani 102x
10Tatin B. Baeza 110

8th Race "Rpacial' Imp. 6 Fes. Purse 6650.00 Peel
MAMMA

1Belduque F. Justiniani
2Don Tadeo G. Montero
3Marie Chantal H.Gustines
4Luzbel H. Hidalgo
5Don Sam R. Cruz
6Quien Sera A. Gonzales
7Tolola ,A Lor less
8One For Me &Hernandez
100x
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105
106x
112
110
100x
112
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. 7 Frs.
ONE
1Xistullari
2E1 Tunchi
3Yucatan
4Nebrisca
5Bright Spur
6Gavi Ian
7-11oracio M
8Depeadable
9Manuela P
H. Hidalgo 107x
F. Alvarez 13
J. 111 loa 112
B. Baeza 105
R. Cruz 103x
A. Credidio 105
. Valenzuela 19
H. Gustines 115
G. Milord 115
10th Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fos.
1Robbie J. Rodriguez 113
2Arancel F. Alvarez 105
3Montesco A. Credidio 103
4Ranchipur V. Tejada 102r.
5Brandal M Valenzuela 113
6Puerto Madero B. Baeza 112
1 1th Race 4th Series Imp. 6 Ns.
ON B
1Chaeotero
2Escardillo
3Ak lar
4Vespuclo
5Snutnik
6Gitana
7King's Park
6Mag
9Mouche.'
10(Gouvernant
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F. Alvarez 104
G. Milord 105
A. Credidlo 105
H. Hidalgo 105
B. Baeza 113
J. Phillips 105
B. Aguirre 115
R. Cruz 101x
3. P. Diaz 97x
J. linos 10
F. Hidalgo 108
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100:c Not good, enough 4
99x Last was revealing
108 --Good early Opeed
103 Could score here
110x Early speed only
114 Seems best here ',
96x Has strong finish
118 Jockey will help
108 -.Danger card here

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OF THE DOUBLE
110 Could score again
99xLacks early speed
121 ...Could be runnerup
114 .7-Should score easily
108 Usually close up
102x Aiming for payoff
101xCould score at price
1 3 Good early speed
102x Longshot possibility
112 Depends on start
103xReturns from layoff
U5 Could be upsetter

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Distance to liking
Everything in favor
Could go all the way
In fight to finish
La9t was terrible
5-1
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Wats. 6 Psis. Purse $365.00 Pool Closes 2:30
OMNI ELA
A. Credidio 108 Ran well last week 3-1
G. Ramos 102x Barely missed in last 5-2
B. Aguirre 114 Big disappointment 3-1
Hernandez 108 Could get up here 5-1
Samaniego 118 Mutuels favorite 3 2
V. reiada 110x Would pay nice odds 15 1

3-1
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15 1

Nats. 7 Fgs. Purse $425.00 Pool Closes
J. Ul loa 112 Favorite rider up
A. Credidio 118 Danger card here
H. Gustines 112 Rates good chance
V. Castillo 120 Will fight it out
R. Cruz 110xCould go all the way

3:00
3-2
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5-2
2-1
3-1
3:40
4-1
50-1
5-1
50-1
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Purse 3650.00 Pool Closes
THE DOUBLE
Distance handicaps
Lacks early speed
Not good enough
Could score here
In fight to finish
Better this week
Good early speed
Ran well in last
Not against these
Mutuels favorite
4:10
10-1
30-1
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4-1
2.1
3-1
50-1
8-1
30-1
0-5
Closes 4:40
Improved in Iast
Has shown nothing
Improvement noticed
Form indicates
Good early speed
Ran well in last
Reportedly ready
Could make it here
8-1
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TWO
5:15
Enjoying rare form
Mutuels favorite
No. 1 contentter
Usually close up
Could surprise
Always dangerous
Would pay nice odds
Could go all the yay
Nothing in months
4-1
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5-2
5-1
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Disappointment to date 3-2
Could get up here 101
Big flopperoo 104
Hasn't shown much 30 1
Ran well in debut 2-1
Fractious first out 2-1
Purse $600.00 Pool Clow.
TWO
Distance to liking 101
Good early speed 15-1
Ran well in last 15-1
Could surprise here 5-1
Form indicates 3-2
Rates outside chance 10-1
Favorite rider up 5-1
Nothing in last 10-1
Bad trailer recently 261
Dangerous contender 3-1
Could make it too 3-1
SPIES SURRENDER
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) A total
of 51 Communist spies and col collaborators
laborators collaborators surrendered during the
month-long amnesty period ending
May 30, National Pobee Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters announced.
The amnesty was ordered to
cheek a growing Communist es espionage
pionage espionage campaign here. More
than 1,400 spies have been arrest arrested
ed arrested during the past five years.
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41e

Siete y
In -President
1 Sete y Medio responded to des desperate
perate desperate urging in the final 50 yards
to score by a long nose over Dou Double
ble Double Four,in the featured 51,000 six
furlong dash for first series im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack.
Don Lucho came up from sixth
place to grab show money two
lengths behind the leaders while
Mi, which ran in an entry with
Siete y Medio, woimd up fourth
after being unable to match Dou Double
ble Double Four's speed.
Siete y Medio, one of three win winners
ners winners ridden by leading jockey
Braulio Baeza, turned the six fur furlongs
longs furlongs in a fast 1:12 25 and re returned
turned returned $2.80 to win.' ,.
Baeza, as usual, was the day's
winningest rider with Romero Hi Hidalgo
dalgo Hidalgo and Heliodoro Gustines the
runner-sup with two each. One of
Hidalgo's winners was Mauricio
which paid $543.40, the day's best
straight odds. The Mauricio-Deauville
double returned $241.60
tops for the day.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
IDistingo $12.60,
2.La Brim' $2.60
SECOND RACE
IBosi long $8.80, $4.60
2,--Autl-Fnuti $4.80
FIRST DOUBLE $65.80
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NEW YORK (UPI)--There is a
grim parallel today between a
badgered ball player named Fred
Merkle and heavyweight cham champion
pion champion of the world Floyd Patterson.
Merkle was tbe man whose fail failure
ure failure to touch second base cost the
New York Giants the National
League pennant in 1908. It was
br anded "Merkle's bonehead
play" and through the long, un unforgetful
forgetful unforgetful years which followed Le
was until his recent death a si-I
lent, brooding man haunted by
this skeleton which would not re remain
main remain buried.
Patterson, cr it iciz ed as a
"cheese champion" because of
the band picked "bums" who
have been his victims, gradually
is retiring behind the same kind
of a defensive facade which be became
came became Merkle's mental fortress.
Merkle fled eventually f rom
baseball and its barbs. He stayed
away in a self-imposed exile to
escape the scornful criticism he
felt even when it was not voiced.
Herassd E mbittorment
The same kind of harassed em embitterment
bitterment embitterment is obvious today when
you talk to Patterson.
This always has been a quiet,
retiring young man. But in the
early days, before his manage management's
ment's management's maneuvers to create a
boxing trust buried him in an
avalanche of adverse criticism,
he smiled easily and 'there was
a ready friendlineis about him.
No more.
Patterson now is a man who
distrusts, strangers with typewrit typewriters.
ers. typewriters. He is unsmiling, tremendous tremendously
ly tremendously deliberate in his statements

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Jet-powered servke by Braniff
International Airways from Ter
as to major cities on its system
came closer to reality last weelt
with the delivery of its first two
Lockheed-Electra liners at the air
line's Dallas, Texas headquarters.
Service win the new 75-passenger
planes will begin July 1 be betwetn
twetn betwetn San Antonio-Dallas and New
York and between Houston-Dallas
and Chicago.
Other Electra flights between
Texas points and Kansas City,
Denyer Washington, D.C. and
possibly other majorcities ;All be
added later in the year as the
company's multi-million-dollar jet
powered fleet is delivered, Braniff
will also begin to receive its Boe Boeing
ing Boeing 707 000-mile-gn-hour jets later
this fall.
Powered by General Motors' Al Allison
lison Allison Model 501 prop-jet engines
totaling 15,000 horsepower, the
Braniff Electra will have a top
speed of 450 miles per hour and
will cruise at more than 400 miles
per hear.
Cutting flying times to less than
,.6o..olvaft46

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TIHRD RACE
1Dan Tin $16.80,-.$4
2Charlie Grant's $3
Fourrn RACE
1Kazan (excluded from
betting,
2Naranjazo $4, $2.60
2-111 Iluelo $8.20
QUINIELA i13.20
FIFTH RACE
1Victoria Regina $3.20. $1.20
2Cindertrack $2.60
SIXTH RACE
IMauricio $.5540, $12
2Albigence $3
SEVENTH RACE
IDeauville $4.40 $2.40
2Embassy $2.60 4
SECOND DOUBLE $241.60
EIGHTH RACE
1Titita (excluded from
betting).
2MF Cautiva $4.40, $2.40
3Resolana $3.80
QUINIELA $11.60
1Siett y Medio' $2.80, $2.20
2Double Four $2.40
ONE-TWO ,$13.80
TENTH RACE
1Piccolino $2.80, $2.20
2Atravente $3
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',ELEVENTH RACE
1--Alucinado- $11.20, $10.20
2La Desiree $8.60
ONE-TWO $176.20
FRALEY
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and aloof with a steely reserve.
His pride has been hurt because
he is a champion nobody believes,
a ring ruler whose reputation
trembles on the quicksand of
spurious challengers.
He can't deny that his con conquered
quered conquered opponents since becoming
champion were not of a calibre to
add lustre to his reputation. There
was Tomm y' Jackson, since
banned from the ring for Ms own
protection. There was Pete Ratie Ratiemacher,
macher, Ratiemacher, a rank amateur bidding
for the professional ring's great greatest
est greatest prize. And there was Roy
Harris, a press agent's dream.
Desires Recognition
Floyd Patterson, if he had his
way, undoubtedly would have
started at the top of the list and
worked his way right through the
pack. He is that desirous of rec
ognition and acclaim. And all he
has received is scorn. Ms last
bout, a bit of target practice
against a human punching bag
named Brian London, left even
Floyd feeling slightly nauseous.
"I didn't feel good about that
that fight," he says. "But then,
I' didn't expect to gain prestige."
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He didnt say, but his tone in indicated
dicated indicated it clearly, that he feels
there is a conspiracy against his
talents and that no matter -whom
he beats he will not be given ail
credit.
The frustration and the misery
are plain to see. But Patterson
regards it as a personal affront
when, actually, he is a victim of
managerial machinations.
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an hour from' both Houston and
San Antonio ,to Dallas, the new
Electras will place New Yorit on only
ly only five hours and 15 minutes from
San Antonio, and will cut time he hetween
tween hetween Houston and Chicago to
three hours and 45 minutes.
Because the new Electra was
designed soecifically for interci intercity,
ty, intercity, service, the proplet incorpor incorporates
ates incorporates features for reduced "ground
time" for passengers, such as ra rapid
pid rapid loading and unloading, fast
babbage handling and quitk fuel
ing..
,Added features of the Texas-based
carrier's new jet fleet are ease
of entry into'Inedign sized air airports,
ports, airports, flexibility of altitude for
maximum passenger comfort, and
quit); response of the airplane's
four tonstant-speed proplet 'en 'engines
gines 'engines for "power in a pinch."
Fastest prop-Jet airliner ever
built, the Electra can operate
from runways as short as 4700 feet
and is ciistom-tallored for high fre frequency
quency frequency routes from 150 to 2500
mile! long. It has flown non stop
2775' miles with enough fuel re reserve
serve reserve for an additional 090.
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Chicago 28 25 '',.510 :40
Cincinnati 24 27 ''.471 4,634
Philadelphia 19 29 ,'.396 10
St. Louis 19' 30 .388 10p3
Today's fIG.iiiiii-;.'
St. Louis at Philadelphia ,(2)
Mizell (6-2) and Brosnan (14) vs.
Gomez (1-3) and CardweR (1-0).
Chicago at Pittsburgh (2)
Buzbardt (1-2) and Morehead
(0-2) and Singleton (14) vs.
Friend (24) and Haddix
San Francisco at Cincinnati, (2)
McCormick (3-3) and Sanford
(6-6) vs. Lawrence (3-5) and Pe,
na (2-3). 41'
Lvs Angeles at Milwaukee
Dry Sdale (54),vs. Buhl f1-3).,-
Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 000 001 020-3 It 2
Milwaukee 000-002 000-2 8 1
Koufax, Lab hie (8) and Rose.
bon); Rush, Pizarro (8) and' Cm.
dal!. WPKoufax (2-1) 1,11Rusb
(4-1).
Chicago 601100 000-8 10 0
Pittsburgh 000 000 101-2 7 0
Drahowsky (4-4) and S. Taylor;
Daniels, Smith (1), Williams (1),
Blackburn (6) and Burgess. LP,.
Daniels (3-4). HRS.Moryn (7),
Blackburn (1), Mejias (2).
(10 Innings)
St. Louis 200 001 000 0-3 10 1
Phila. 011 010 000 0-4 10 1
Blaylock, Kellner (3), McDaniel
(9) and IL Smith; Katt (9); Ro Roberts
berts Roberts (44) mid Sawatski, Thomas
(4). LP-McDaniel (3-8)(. HRS-11.
Anderson OA, Aoyer (11). --
S. Francisco '312 031 300-13 16 1
Cincinnati !OOt oop000 3 it itS.
S. itS. Jones TA-5) wad Landrith;
Purkey. Schmidt (3), Jeffcoat (4),
Mahe (5),Arroya (5), Acker. (71-
and Bailey, 'Dotterer (6). ILP?Pur ILP?Purkey
key ILP?Purkey (5.7). BR-Wagner (5).

,Serviie Center Thtotres --T DAY(
DMBLO IITS.1 2:30 7:00 MARGARITA,- 2:30 7:00
Dielt Bogarde George Montgomery
"A' TALE OF TWO CITIES" Diene BreWster I
' M8nclaYi' "King of The Wild Stallions"
"Never Love A Stranger" Mom ,"MACABRE"
ardot C ar s oyer
'7:00 "LA PARISIENNE"
, Tuesday "A TALE OF Two CITIES".
G 'A T U James Stewart Kim.Noval5
2:30 7:00 ,"VERTIGO" Cohn'
Tuesday: "STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE"
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PLATING POP TUNES ANp LIGHT CLASSICS
(Miss Stanley's appearance has been made possible through
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x-Baltimora 27 23 .540 1 r:
Cleveland 25 22 '.532 10
x-Kansas aty A 23 23 .500 2
Detroit , 24 25 312
New York 23 24 .489 34
Washington ", 23 20 .451
Boston 21 27 .433 0
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Today's Games
New York at Cleveland (2) 6-,
Larsen (5-0) and Maas (3-3) vik
Score (5-3) and Mc Lish (5-2).
Boston at Chicago (2) -6- SIM,
an (2-4) and De lock (5-3) va
Pier& (6-5) and Donovan (2-3);
Baltimore at Kansas City WI
helm (8-0) vs. Herbert (4-9). 't
Washington at Detroit Ramos
(8-5) vs. Moss' (4-2).(
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Yesterday's Results.
Boston 200 002 000-L4
Chicago 001 100 000-2 0
Wills, Fornieles (8) and 'White;
Moore, Arias (81 pomade,
Lollar (9). WP-Wills...:12-0), LP LPMoore
Moore LPMoore (1-4). HRS-Wertz (4), Mal Malzone
zone Malzone (8).
Washington 000 000 01.11--1 0
Detroit 000 010 03x-4 7 1
Kemmerer, Clevenger (8)
Stobbg (8) and Naragon; Foytack
(4-0 anal lierberet. LP-Clevenser
(1-1). HR-Throneherry (2).
Nek York 000 010 010-2
Cleveland 000 000 001-4 7 1
Turley (54) and, Berra; Perm,
rese (4-3) and Fitzgerald. Kt,
Francona (2). ,s
Baltimore at Kansas Qty (Night
game).
THE JOINT'S NOT SWINGIN"
WATCHET. Pngland7(TTP.-A
use Of recreation park avdnis ott
local coupcillov ham fAllsi4A,,A 4111
Sunday to inapt th"'
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Dr. J. Me.,..3sielion's
Argentine-bred bay horse Ei Tim Timclu
clu Timclu geta a cnance to avenge one
nis only three local defeats in
savenstarts when he goes against
a strong fielo oi seeona, series in't
ported tnroughbreds in 'thefeatur 'thefeatured
ed 'thefeatured $750 seven furlong sprint ,dash
at the Prescient Ileum racetrack
this afternoon.
El Turchl is the probable niu-1
fuels favorite to deteat eight oth-1
ez imported r a c ers. including'
stretch burning Yucatafi which
, holds a oeck decision over El:Taw'
cni a mile scorcher. Both hors horses
es horses will nave different riders on
this ()MIAMI.. Fernando Alvarez
replaces Oscar Bravo aboard El
Tunchi while Jose 1.11 loa t ak e s
the place of leading jockey Brau Brauit
it Brauit Baez& on Yucatan.
Bleza has the leg up on out outsider
sider outsider Morisca.. Xistuilari, an 1m 1m,
, 1m, pressive winner last week, shapes'
up as another dangerous contend-1
tr. He will have youthiul. Home Homer
r Homer Hidalgo in the saddle again.
Another horse that is expected
to be in the thick of things all the
way is speed merchant Depend Dependable:
able: Dependable: This front-running English
coit could make every post a
winner nov that he has b een
dropped class. Waling Hello Helloduo
duo Helloduo (P,ipito) Gtotines is probab probably'
ly' probably' the perfect. choice to ride
Rependable this week.'
Consistent Galfilittl, usually close
up at the finish, will have long longs.,ot
s.,ot longs.,ot specialist Amado Credidio do do,
, do, lug' the booting Another outsider
tnat could score in an upset is the
stretch-running Bright Spur which
Will 'haVe cool headed Rolando
Cruz aboard.
lioracio, which will be ridden by
Manu,e1 Valenzuela, and Manuel&
Pedrazo, apparently outclassed in
this poop', round the list 'of start starters.
ers. starters. A victory by either Horacio
or Manuel& Pedraza would be a
major upset.
Ten other races, ali of them-six
or seven' furiong races, are includ included
ed included on the. interesting card.
S orts Briefs
14GAN,',0141.1RES, Leos
MILWAUKEE (UPI)--Shortstop
Johnity---,Leganavill, be,. miegng,
from the,Milwapkee Biraves' line lineup
up lineup for several' days due to a
pulled muscle-, in his right leg.
Logan -suffered the injury n
Wednesday night's game with
San Francisco.
HOCKEY TEAM NAMED
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GREENSBORO, N. C. UP(I)---
The nickname "Generals" was
chosen today for Greensboro's
ne entry into the Eastern Hock Hockey,League.
ey,League. Hockey,League.
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ERMAN IN COLLEGE GOLF
WASHINGTON, (UPDDel Be Beman,
man, Beman, older brother of Bntish
Amateur chatnpion Deane Benin,
11911 been lamed to represent the
UniVersity of Maryland it the na national
tional national intercollegiate golf cham chamionship,at,
ionship,at, chamionship,at, Eugene, Ore., June
GIANTS''SiGN MACAIREE
NKW ,YORK
Macatee, former,- Alabama star,
apined for his sixth season with
New York Giants of the ,Nto ,Ntotional
tional ,Ntotional Football League' Thursdpr.
NEW EAST COACH
SAN FRANCISCO (UPII--Milt
Bruhn sif Wisconsin was added to
the Eases coaching staff todav
for the Shrine East-West football
game at Kezar Stadium, Jan. 2.
Bruhn and Johnny Michelosen of
Pittsburgh will assist head coach
D ft y Daugherty of Michigan
State.
CALGARY SIGNS JUST
CALGARY, Alta. (UPI) -- Jim
Just, 21-year-old former Notr c
Dame halfback, signed yesterday
with the Calgary Stampeders foot.
ball team.

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Popular 'Queens" Will Remain In Service
For Some Years To Come, Cunard Chairman Declares;
- First Of Two New Super liners Will Take
At Least Five Years To Complete

The world's two largest super superlines,
lines, superlines, the Queen, Elizabeth and
Queen Mary, will not be retired
or some years to come, the Cunt
ard Line made clear in a state statement
ment statement by Col. Denis H. Bates,
Chairman of the Line.it the coin
pany's annual generaimeeting
Liverpool today. A
While negotiations aretprogresat
Int with thedlritish government
fot, the building of twit new stirrt
liners whith ,will eventually reo
place, the popular "nueenti;',,f, Bates
eXPlained ,that it woilld take,
minimum of five yeare-befor3The'
first of the neW:abips would, bel
reittly, for iervleet, e
"It is, :Of et;iurse,, impossible 'id
produce deteiled plane for 41- shirt
of this close In a matter of teeeks
and thisfre necessarill'be, an-J
other 1248 months of woilt OHIO
drawing and planning board be
fors actual consttuction is nom 1
menced and thew atfurthet tiome 1
c-r years to conipletion.
"lie two "Queen," therefore,
no: be retired for some yearg
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PAF BASKETBALL SPORTS Sibado
REIOUND FIGHT Fighting fo; one of the early rebounds in,
the PAY Basketball TOurnament it Fort Kobbe are members of
the 1978th Airway.s and Air Communications Service of Albrook
AFB, and members of D Battery, 517th Field Artillery frem Fort
Amador. Going up to clear the backboards are, left to right,
A1C John Nelson, Albrook; SP5 Raymond Crawford, Amador;
A2C Robert Self, Albrook; and Pfc Joseph Jacobs, Jr., Amador.
managed to eke cut a 52-45 decision over the airmen from Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, (U.S. Army Photo)

PAF Basketball Tourney
Begins At Fort Kobbe

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Well played baketball was fea featured
tured featured is the PAF tompany Level
Basketball Tournament at Fort
Kobbe yesterday as eight teams
'matched' baskets An the first day's
activities. re'
rt
The four games produced some
surprising scoring end featured
several very close contests. The
first of the four games brought to together
gether together Battery D, 517th Artillery
from Fart Amador and the 1978th
AACS from Albrook AFB.
The game was fairly tight un until
til until the last minutes of the fourth
quarter when Ray Crawford be began
gan began hitting for the artilleryman.
Crawford piled up 22 points in
leaditig hitt team ;to a 52-45 victo victory
ry victory over the,Air Force. Crawford
got a helping hand from Ramon
Vanentin who popped 10 ponits
through the hoop. Bill Agan drop dropped
ped dropped .in '10 for the losers.
The.aeoend. game of the day
savt anther close contest be between
tween between the 5a4th Military -Police
Companx-frem Fort Clayton and
'the 518thFngineers of Fort Rob Robbe.,
be., Robbe., The two ,,teatns traded baskets
until late' in the'. third quarter
when the ,MPs Inanaged to go a ahead
head ahead qui. 'keeps and rally to a
80-56 decision.
- Frank McGovern had the hot
hand for the Mps as he ripped
the cords for 29 points. Stan Chris Christian
tian Christian pumped in 13 to help the
MP's cause,. Ahert Wilson had 14
for the lsing 518th Engineers.
The first of two routs occured
in the third game as Navy Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic turned n the 62nd MRU from
Fort Amadei. and handed them a
73-44 walloping. The Navy start started
ed started strong and held 'their lead
throughout the game.
- Top man in the scoring column
for the sailors was Ray Rose,
who corraled 28 of his team's 72
points. Sharing the scoring hon
long a gaw as' is possible between
the replacement of the two ship.
All this is normal practice and is
quite practicable because thev
two grand "Queen" shins are still
, of, life and will confirm., to
givi-their well-hnown and proven
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currency, that the two "Queens"
are ,on, the point of being with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from service, which as I
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target litperliners in the world
by far; the "Queen Elizabeth" and
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80,000i gross Una, have lost none
their"eriginal beinty and ete ete,ganee.duringsAbeir
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ors with Rose was r ancis
M,aschka with a 22 point showing
for his evening's work. Dave
Fritz managed to dump In 19
for Amador, bet to no avail.
The last game of the evening
featured a one-two scoring punch
that had not been too highly pub publicized
licized publicized prior to the tournament.
Bernie Kroeger and Richard ryl ryllo
lo ryllo teanv)d up to score all but 11
of their team's points as the U.S.
Army Signal Service of 1 ort
Clayton banded Co. C, .1st Battle
Group, Fort Gulick an 85-03
trouncing.
Kroeger, an ex Indiana All
State high school player showed
great chooting and ball handling
ability as he dunked in 42 points
from all ,over the floor.
made great efforts under the
backboards and piled ,up 35 points
before the' final gun sounded.
,
Company C led by four points
early in the first period, but lost
the lead quickly as Kroeger atm
Kyllo began to hit. Once the Sig Signal
nal Signal Service took the lead they
were never headed. Russ John Johnson
son Johnson poured in 17 of his team' 63
points, but the scoring punch of
Kroeger and Kyllo were too
much fr the lanky forward to
copewith,
More action is on tap for to
night as eight more of the ptes's
finsest company basketball teams
for the PAP chantplonship, Game
times for'. today's contests,;are
1:30 4, 0:30 and 8 o'clock.
SOTill Liston
AWAITS .TURN Sonny Liston,
perhaps the most feared. heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight in the business,' waits on
the sideline until after the Floyd
Patterson Ingemar Johansson
fight at the Yankee stadium,
June 25.

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By HAIRY

NEW YORK (NEA) Danny
Murzaugh shook up the Pirates
and they enjoyed a,mild winning
streak and you suspected that may
be the Pittsburgh club was about
to live up to preseason promise.
And then you bump into Branch
Rickey, Jr., vice president ,in
charge of minor league clubs,and
you wonder how the Buccaneers
have escaped being sunk without
a trace.
"This club, says the younger
Rickey, "has been held together
by chewing gum, Seotch tape and
old pieces of baling wire. After
what's happened to us, it's amaz
ing that we aren't dead last and
panting badly.'
Bickey doesn't have to confine
his remarks to the pitching, where
the Pirates have. sailed aong with
George Witt, Curt Raydon and Don
Gross nursing sore arms and sans
a single victory by their 22game
winner of last season, Bob Friend.
Growing desperate, Manager
Mtirtitueh benched 'Shortstop Dick
Groat and inserted Rocky Nelson
of the fabuloits Triple A record
at firs' base ahead of Diek Stuart
and the celebrated TedEluszewski
Nelson, whose history is buck fe
ver in major league parks, bad
his moment of glorv when be
swatted a two-run home run in
the ninth inning to tie the score
against the Reds.
Lt6kY741e1 --A
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Milwaukee prevailed by eight
games last season despite miltiple
injuries. The Braves' pitching is
tighter and deeper than ever. The
Pittsburgh brass knows that the
Pirates must shake their abysmal
bad luck tg, get an7where' in par
titular.
The Buts called up Joe Christoph
er, a swift outfielder, from Co
lumbus of the American Associa
tion when the accomplished Rd
berto Clemente became their new
est patient with inflammation in
his throwing elbow. The Puerth
Rican is on the disabled list for
30 days, his arm in a sling.
Naturally, Rickey expected
Groat to be back at shortsop, al
though Schofield, the onetime bo
nus baby and pet project of Gus
sie Busch of the Cardinals. makes
tte Mays well enough to remain
there. In that case. Groot's bat
could chase Don Hoak off third
base.
Schofield. a switrh hitter, could
be just arriving. FP has been in
clined to be erratic. but nseks
more nower and outthrows Groet
on the club. He pulled th,, ball
into the right field seats at Forbes
Fi ?Id the other day.
Like Hoak. Schofield as a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous competitor, doesn't be believe
lieve believe anybody can play shortmon
or second base. any better. Pill
Maierowski is noW 'considered the
classic second baseman, but in
the soring Schofield refused to Pose
with three .or four others around
him with a "No Vacancy" sign on
the bag.
Kurtaugh arid his:cosehes tvire
enthnslastir when Kluszewski
started biffingThe ball in his' old oldfshioned
fshioned oldfshioned wav -in the spring, hut
the first things they knew Big Klu
showed un with a cold in big back.
Rickey doubt that he "'Svill do
much more than pinch hit( Nel Nelson
son Nelson never has hit nlaying regular regularly
ly regularly in the big show. so ter .,
stuart to once more find
the home run range.
pannv Murtaugh has been a around
round around too long not to realize hat
he rannot remnin within strilting
distance long.with crazygnitt
,
up.
If be gin get enough of Clem'
out of the stet bay, the l!tratei
might haw. a chance.
BUYS NEW "SUIT"
tONDON (UPI)--Queen Itli7e Itli7ebetiVa
betiVa Itli7ebetiVa official armorer paid 13.570
for suit of armor at Christies
Auction Gallery today. The -rmor,
one of 12 suits made bY the
16th Century German armorer
Anton Preffonhoofer. will oo on
display In the Tower of London
next week.

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es he tries to beat out an irdield hit at Clearwater, Fla., camp.i

by
JOE WILIAIAMS

Ben Hogan is the kind of bloke
who tries to ingratiate himself
with every blade of grass on the
course when he competed in the
National Open, an unpretentious
social ambition, if there ever was
one, and a questionable requisite
to success, besides.
Familiarity with combat terrain
is advantageous only when the
gun powder is dry and marksman marksmanship
ship marksmanship infallible. Girls who make
diamonds their best friends don't
discriminate against strangers,
and long, booming drives that
split the fairway enrich the know knowing
ing knowing and the unknowing alike.
For several days now, Hogan,
still gunning for his fifth Open at
46; has been furtively casing Wing Winged
ed Winged Foot's par-treasures, and he's
here to stay until the World Se Series
ries Series of golf begins next week over
Mamaroneck's meandering mea meadows.
dows. meadows. In two practice rounds, Little
Stone Fuels combined survey surveying
ing surveying and stroking, yielded cards
of 67 and 70, signifying at least
that he is hitting the ball well.
Sam Snead's 65, in 146, is Winged
Foot's competitive record, but as
winter rules prevailed, it not with without
out without 'taint.
'1;laucle Harmoh'is 111; lowest we weer,
er, weer, was made informal play,
hence has no official atatus. None Nonetheless,
theless, Nonetheless, it was an amazing dem demonstration
onstration demonstration by the talented home
pro, and if the heckler in the
grill will kindly subside, the an an,swer
,swer an,swer is yes, Harmon was, and is,
.0n intimate terms with every
blade of grass on the course.
Only once before has Winged
Foot played host to the big me.
In '29, Bob Jones, still youtthully
mischevious, ran away and hit
from Al Espinoza in a 36-hole
playoff. Jones' a.m. 69 was the
only round under 70 tht tourna tournament
ment tournament produced, and, if a slothful
memory is not out for a cotiee
break, the first such he'd made
in a national championship in
this country.
Come to think of it, Jones -hd
no enthusiasm for associating
with grass blades, and spent no
more time in their. shabby com company
pany company than necessity demanded.
One exploratory round usually
sufficed. Nor did he engage in
endless practice. For Winged Foot,'
his sharpening-up process was re-1
stricted to 10 casual rounds. Most
of next week's aspiratns will
have had a minimum of 50.
Sand Wedge Factor
You're right. That was, indeed,
another day and age. Still, Wing Winged
ed Winged Foot, 'even then, was one of
the world's most exacting cours courses.
es. courses. And it was a measure of
Jones' suporlative skills that, in
a manner of speaking, ail he
needed to take charge gas a
shave and change of linen.
and, remember, he was still in
his 20s..
If Winged Foot presents a more
ferocious challenge now t h n
then, the challengers, in t u r n,
thanks to superior utensils and
improved playing conditions, are
proportionately better equipped to
meet it
Jones and Espinoza tied at NI.
All told. there were only seven
scores under 300. Harmon puts
the winning total at 284.
And since it's pretty generally a agreed
greed agreed that the introduction of the
sand wedge. .only a steel glint
in Mr. Soaldihg's eye in Jones'
day. .takes two to three strokes
off a modern round, the 294 low
in '29 surely calla for no' apoiogy.
It so happens Winged F o o t,
with its multiplicity of 'traps (l1P
proximately 70), places a pre-'
mium on this type of shot. k
player without a bot wedge will
be as helpless as a labor hood hoodlum
lum hoodlum without the- Fifth. "Even Vs
and are certain to includS re recoveries
coveries recoveries from four or five traps,"
warned Harmact. .very much
like a man who can harcHy wait
to witness the barbarities.
Superb Golf Test
In a sense, Winged Foot, with
Its tilted greens, is an anachron anachronism
ism anachronism with modern facilities. Built
in the wooden-shaft days of '22,
the .famous,West course 37 years
later, might 'have' been designed
in specific anticipation of today's
high, hitiag pitch shot.
The physical effect is rattler
like that of the straw target, us used
ed used by bow and arrow fadists. En
trance to the greens are narrow

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and tricky, with sly slopes to di divert
vert divert the off-line pitch-and-run ap approach.
proach. approach. The Milking traps are
deep, and require, in addition to
standard skill, and upward thru9t,
usually vertical, from five to 12
feet.
Fairway trapping is moderate.
Ont he longer par 4s, noatably
the first, ninth and 16th, wall-towall
trapping, just short of the
green, imposes a propon pena!ty
for a topped shot, which might
otherwir.2 be capriciously reward rewarded.
ed. rewarded. In brief, one of the finecit,
fairest tests of golf that Open has
ever had.
REACTOR FOR REED
WASHINGTON (UPI) A
50.000-watt. nuclear energy reactor
will be installed at Walter Reed
Army Medical Center primarily
for the studv nuclear radiation
vffects on living organisms, the
Army Engineers announce d.
TLe new 450-ton reactor, to be
installed sometime next summer,
also will be used for treatment
of general hospital patients. It
will be the largest available for
such treatments.
Designed by Atomics Interna International,
tional, International, a division of North Ameri
can Aviation, Inc., the reactor
will theasure 21 feet Iohg, 16 feet
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"Compulsion" Darryl F. Zanuk Froduc-,
tions' Cinema Scope drama based on Meyer
Levin's daringly realistic account of Ch lea.
go's infamous teen-age "thrill-killers", will
open, WEDNESDAY at the BELLA VISTA,
THEATRE.;

Set in,1924,, the story concerns two young
men of high intellect, both law stUdents at
a Midwestern 'university. At first they ap appear
pear appear to be above average young students
but it is soon evident that each suffers from
a serious emotional disturbance. The latter
leads them to pall and execute a senseless
and brutal act; which the newspapers call
"the crime of the centurv". Fast wed( bv
the state's-attorney and the alertness of a
yining reporter brings forth a confession
from the young criminals and the natitm's
formost criminal lawyer Is hired to p,esd
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the plate in a hurry.11 The Phi Nies' whippet shows his stuff here:1.
With Ashburn, one bobble on a grounder assures him of base hit: 1

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NEWEST IN FISHING LINES
LINES STANDS UP
By AL McCLANE
Fishing Editor
THE latest development in -fishing
lines is a material catled
Stren.
Anglers are happy with the
new product.
Stren is iimp. It doesn't set in
coils on the reel spool and cast
like wire.
A, good monofilament must
have minimum diameter tor
maximum ,test. Stren claims to
have just that plus a bonus in
greatly reduced elasticity. A
thin line will cast farther than
a thick one and when both lines
have the same breaking strain,
there's no question as to wuich
is better.
Elasticity is important because
all monofilament lines are com comparable
parable comparable to rubber bands. Some
stretch more than others. If a
line stretches too much it cre creates
ates creates an expanding .pressure un
der tension sufficient to bust a
reel spool. The angler cranks
against a heavy fish, for, say 100
yards, and with one of the old
type synthetics, his line might
stretch as muell--03 .;9 feet.- )1'
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runber band. ihe result is a loud
snapping of parts.
S.ren nas a greatly reduced e-,
lasticity factor. Some stretch 11.,
necessary to take up the stiocit'
of striking a fish and to nullify,r
any sudden runs against a heavy
drag. But elasticity has been
kept at vast. the manufacluter
feeis is the safe minimum. .',01
The material must be abrasion...,
resistant and retain its rated'
strength indefinitely under vairim
a ble temperature conditionso'
From the little fishing we baven
done with Stren, it's still, too',
early to pass judgment.
It is standing up admirably,
however, and one spool "whiohtt
saw days of service in the 135-
degree heat of the Congo it- soon it
to be dunked in the frigict weters
of the Beverkill. 1 L. t
MARRIAGE ROLLING ALONIG
SOUTH MOOR, England (UPI);
--Ethel Sams, 21, old Tommyt
Harris, 22, she'd marry him as)
soon as he owned a Rolls-Royce.:
They were honeymooning today in It
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4", FOR RENT:Chalet completely
furnished, living-dining room,
lc', 3 bedroom, aircondition. hot wa wa!l
!l wa!l tor, maid's room, garage, located
- at 48th Street. Bella Vista. For
information call 3-4641. Pana Pana''
'' Pana'' rola. 8:00 a m. to 12 noon, 2:00
; p.m. to 5:00 p.m. S180.00.

FOR RENT:Complettly fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, 2 spacious bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, maid's room, garage etc.
for six months. 95th Street No.
43. $185.00. Phon 3-4994.

' FOR RENT: Vacation House in
'If' "El Valle" 2-Bedroom chalet,
r 2-large Porches, Dining-Parlor
'47, Room, Kitchen. Screened Tiled.
Tei. 3-2474.

FOR RENT: Modern 3-Bedroom
house available to reliable party
for luly and August Low rent.
Equipped for children. Call
3-3970 week days.

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POR RENT: 316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street. be beevtweem
evtweem beevtweem Automobile Row and Fran Frans,'"
s,'" Frans,'" gipani Street, close to Auto
-.!0,A,,Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
V4"4' 'Office hours.

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ft i caMrd o. dA 'late mat raenedt
:',, -,"Cata Luz" $75.00. For infor information
mation information phone 34994.
144it: .11CIll 'RENT:Top floor, house
',.. '-":',-'19, 11.7th St. and Cuba Ave.
,'d (corner) appropriate for layer 0;
' :".:offices, clinics, ote. Telephone 3-
i"- ,,, 1076.
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, t fOltilltENT:Modorn locale for
.,t ,,,,, office, Just built. Cuba Ave. and
.,...,.s. '117th Street No. 19. Telephone
; Al 3-1076.

RENT:Modorn locale for
ke, Just built. Cuba Ave. and Lessons
17!httreet We. 19. Telephone

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FOR RENT:Apartment at El
Cangreio. Furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. riyo bedrooms, balcony
surrounding, maid's room with
bathroom, garage, hot water.
Phone 2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious,
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, garage, etc,
Very cool. Enquire 'nide Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 5 Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 550.00. Via Porras 101,
phone 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
room apartment with hot water,
bathroom, kitchen, balcony, new
furniture. Call 3:1789.
FOR RENT: n e bedroom
apartment living-dining room,
kitchen, balcony. Corner of 50th
street and Ricardo Arias No. 17.
$72.00. Phone 3-4994
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment living-dining room,
kitchen, balcony. 45th street.
$73.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neiehbor neiehborhood.
hood. neiehborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:In El Cangreio.
Furnished one bedroom apartment
with dining, livingroom, porch,
hot water. Also unfurnished two
bedroom apartment. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Very pretty Duplex
apartment. Transitshmian High Highway
way Highway No. 9, vicinity of Vallarino's
Place.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment near Las Cumbres. Large
kitchen and living room, two twobedrooms,
bedrooms, twobedrooms, Laung'ry, hot water,
large lawns $75.00. Phone Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 5232.
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specialist. We service all makes
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guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
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Lessons I
Learn to drive in Panama City
without danger, dual control
car. Experts instructor. Phone
2-1759.
EDEN IN FRANCE
MONTELEUB, France (UPI)
Former British Prima Minister
sir Anthony Eden arrived here
today on a 12-day pacht cruise
that a spokesman said was being
"taken in consultation with his
doctors." Eden, who resigned be because
cause because of illness after the 1956
Suez crisis, left England with
his wife, Clarissa, aboard t h e
yacht of Col. J. J. Astor, owner
of the Times of London.

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DRAFTEE FINALLY BOOTED
KASEL, Germany (UP1)
Grenadier Hans Muth, 21, today
had his own pair of hoots for the
first time since he was drafted
into the army two months ago.
The 7 foot 7 ineh Muth needed
size 13 hoots, and they had to he
ordered specially.

Automobiles I

FOR SALE:-1959 Thunderbird,
WW tires. low mileage. Car like
new. Color Black. Call 36-444
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile
4-door se da n, good running
order Price $22500, 1558-A
Calabash, Balboa after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl., with radio Phone 36-356,
Coco Soio Anytime.
FOR SALE: 1957 Coronet
Dodge hardtop, powerflyte, Pst
wsw, tropical overhead, excellent.
$1840.00 Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE: Singer roadster
1953, good motor, tires, inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive transportation. Ford Vic Victoria
toria Victoria 1954. new tires and bat battery.
tery. battery. radio, excellent condition.
Palboa 2-6329 (4:30 to 6:30
on10 see at 222-A. Ancor'.
FOR SALE:Ford 1950 black
and white, dual exhaust, skirts
lowered. Very good condition.
Phone Gamboa 256.
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FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic.
Excellent condition. Qtrs. 111,
Albrook, phone 86-4144.
Fiat Station Wagon
1959 4 Door 3.000 miles
Notorel de Francia, S.A.
Renault Agency
Tel. 2-1219.
Morris Minor Cony.
1954 New Tires
Motores de Francia, S.A.
Renault Agency
Tel 2-1219.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7000
miles $1465. Coco Solo 355.
FOR SALE:--1956 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 6 cylinder, standard
shift, w.w. tires. Low mileage.
Clean as a hound's tooth. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Call
Mrs Brown, Panama 2-1759, be between
tween between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1956 Buick Special
four door, hard top sedan, in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, equipped with
radio. Selling price $1,125.00.
Call Mr Yohros, Panami 2-
'1 759. during business bouts.
FOR SALE :--1956 Ford 8 cv cvlinders,
linders, cvlinders, four door sedan, low.
m ile a g e, excellent condition.
1956 Buick Rodmaster, Lux Luxurious
urious Luxurious extras, 4 door sedan, dutY
paid. 3-1568.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Convertible Impala Coupe, Mo Model
del Model 1767, color Harbor Blue
top, equipped with Turboqlide,
Push Button Radio, & W. W.
tires, available for delivery at
Miami, Florida, on or about
July 11, 1959. $2,776.00. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759
from 2:00 to 5:30 P.M. or jack
Kerr, Colon 800.
CHEVROLET 2DR. Sedan
Good Tires Radio New
Battery Good Transportation
$100.00 Call Balboa
2-2933.
RIGHTEOUSNESS ELUSIVE
POMONA, Calif. (UPI) A 26-
year-old former minister pleaded
guilty to burglary charges yester yesterday
day yesterday and was sentenced to 30 days
in jail, placed on seven years pro probation
bation probation and ordered to seek psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric help. Donald J. W.
Thralls, former pastor of the
Church of the Brethren in nearby
Covina. complained: "I was hap happy
py happy to lead others, but I have rot
been successful in leading mytif
down the path of righteousness."
Guide
CULT KILLS FIVE
BANGKOK, Thailand (UPI)
The government t day dis disclosed
closed disclosed details of how members of
a weird religious cull killed five
Thal provincial offici Is, dragged
their corpses to an altar before
stone idols and sang and danced
around the bodies.
Interior Minister Prapart
rusathien said enraged villagers
learned of the massacre and
killed 11 members of the cult. Po Police
lice Police arrested another 52.
The leader of the cult, Sila
Wongsin, still ,was sought along
with about 50 followers.
1
LOWPRICED HOBBY
PADANG. Sumatra (I.IPIIPro
fessor Sdenarjo Kilopaking said
the rapid increase in the popula
lion of Indonesia may be explain explained
ed explained very simply. The people are
too poor to afford most Itobbiett,
so they've made a hobby of "cre "creating
ating "creating little human beings."

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Misceironeous
Tropical Fish complete Betta
hatchery for sale Francis Mil las
Neave Las Cumbres.
FOR SALE:All kind ot boxes
and cartons, Fabrica Caietas Clot Clotford,
ford, Clotford, Calle Q 21, El coition lice.
Tel. 2-0192.
FOR SALE: Wringer washer
$60.00, baby bathinette, $5.00;
baby jump chair. $6.00; phone
Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE:Leaving the country.
Beautiful French and ltalion
paintings framed. Calle 33a 3-59
ist. floor, after 2 p.m.
RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday,
June 13, starting at 9:00 a.m.
at Bishop Morris Hall, Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon, for benefit
of Bella Vista Children's Home.
Used clothing, household ef effects,
fects, effects, miscellaneous items, etc.
Those having articles to con contribute
tribute contribute are asked to leave don donations
ations donations at B1shop Morris Hall or
Morgans Gardens.
FOR SALE: Complete Library of
Universal Knowledge "THE
AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA"
in 36 Volumes perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Original cost over $400.
Sells for only $90. Phone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-6524.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi "Ami" Juke
Box in perfect condition, 200
selections. Telephone Panama
2-2105.
WANTED:---Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartment, vaca vacation
tion vacation quarters for August to Sao Saotember
tember Saotember in Panama. Write A. fA.
Collins, Boquete, Chiriqui, after
July 25th. Call 3-2534, Panama.
Special Offers I
WANTED:Bilingual secretary
with good knowledge of short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing. Please send all
the necessary information and
experience with picture and sal salary
ary salary desired to: Application to
Position. P.O. Box 5295, Pad.
ama, R. P.
WANTED:Radio technician for
full time employment. Apply
Peikard Zona Libre, S. A. Colon
Free Zone.
WANTED:Analytical Chemist
experience in quantitative analy analysis.
sis. analysis. In-organic branch. SELEC SELECCION
CION SELECCION DE PERSONAL. Tel. 2-
451, 2-2737.
WANTED:Exporienced States.
side beauty operator, full or part parttime.
time. parttime. Gene II Bliss Beauty Shop,
Coca Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
TIBETAN REBELS FREED
LONDON CUPI1Chinese Com Comnunist
nunist Comnunist troops so far have releas released
ed released 515 captured Tibetan rebels,
according to a Peiping Radio
broadcast. The broadcast moni monitored
tored monitored here said 96 Tibetans were
released after promising to "turn
over a new leaf."

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LOVELY APARTMENT WITH
LARGE TERRACE

FOR RENT: Modern and attractive two-bedroom
apartment covering entire upper floor of new and
lovely building in good location at Nuevo Campo
Alegre. Living-dining room, kitchen, maid's room
with bathroom, space for laundering, hot water
and garage. Added attraction of over 80 square
meters of terrace for comfort, relaxation and pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. Good view of Hotel El Panama. Tel. 3-7599.

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Hom6 Articles 1
FOE SALE: Kenmore 1957
automatic dryer $175.00. Qtrs.
.29t-A 'Amok AFL Phone 86-
3102 tan bo seen anytime atter
8:00 a.m.
FO RSALE:Westinghouse dry dryer,
er, dryer, 12' GI. Upright freezer;
sidewalk bike; portable typewrit typewriter;
er; typewriter; 21" Dumont TN.; Zenith
Transoceanic; Kenmore sewing
machine. Albrook Qtrs. 39, phone
6142.
FOR SALE:Very cheap: bar,
stove, wardrobe mahogany, mir mirror,
ror, mirror, curtains, 44th St. No. 17
Apt. E. Tel. 3-3489.
FOR SALE:-1957 Phi leo re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 12 co. ft. Call Albrook
86-5289. '
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE:
Fine mahogany dining room set
for bedroom set. Phone 3-6351.
FOR SALE: Dryer, Westinghouse,
Good Condition $65. House
901-A, Rousseau, CZ. Tel.
Kobbe 8119.
FOR SALE: Kenmore Automatic
washer and Westinghouse Or Yee
ill0 Volts). Good condition
Boys Bicycles 20 and 26
inch. Quarry Heights 3275.
FOR SALE: Davenport. Malt
lawn mower. Call after 9:30
a.m. Albrook 6109.
HOME ARTICLES
FOR SALE: Automatic ,washing
machine, Frigidaire. Porcelain
perfect condition $110 cash.
Peru Ave. 33-25. Call Alexander
3-2217.
Psychlatrisl Terms
Schweitzer Real
King Of Bealniks
PONTIAC, (UPI)--A wom woman
an woman psychatrist says Dr. Albert
Schweitzer, the famed humani humanitarian
tarian humanitarian and philosopher, might
well be called "king of the beat beatniks."
niks." beatniks." Dr. G. H. Turner-Hood, head of
the psychiatry department at the
Keeley Institute for alcoholics at
Dwight, told Pontiac Rotar Rotarians
ians Rotarians recently that beatniks are
"superior people afflicted with too
much insight into the psychodra psychodrama
ma psychodrama of real life."
Dr. Turner-Hood said the beat
generation is "protesting against
a superfluity of tongue-in-cheek
conformity" just as Schweitzer
has entreated modern manto lib liberate
erate liberate himself from the domina domination
tion domination of mass institutions and mass
ideas.
"The beatniks represent a mass
retreat from and a protest against
all areas where things have be become
come become overwhelming," she said.
"They have no comfortable place
Ito retreat to. They can't all go to
'Africa."
She said Schweitzer, who left
Europe in the mid-20's and went
to Equatorial Africa, "could, in a
very special sense, be called King
of the Beatniks."
Sails Arrives
Cristobal
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summer. Transportation provided.
Children 212 to 5 years. Nouse
875. Morgan Avenue. Balboa,
call Balboa 1214,
Operas Minus Voices
Pmving Popular
In New Recordings
NEW YORK (UPI) Maestro
Domennico Sevin has created a
new market for opera by cutting
it down to size.
Sevin undertook his project on
the theory that thoe who dislike
opera do so because they do not
understand foreign languages and
therefore cannot follow, the plots.
He also believed that opera
scares the average listener away
because it is too long and is clut cluttered
tered cluttered up with too much jabber
between arias.
So the maestro went to David
Kapp of Kapp Records and ex explained
plained explained why he believed he could
get opera across to the masses.
"Let's eliminate the words and
cut out some of the words and
that means nothing to the lis.
tener," Sevin suggested.
Kapp, who had successfully
marketed records of musical
comedies without using the vo vocals,
cals, vocals, gave Sevin permission to
experiment.
-Substituting the violin for the
soprano', the viola for the tenor,
the 'cello for the baritone and
the bull fiddle for the bass,
Savino first recorded some of the
best known operas, such as "La
Traviata," "La Boheme" and
"Mademe Butterfly."
He carefully edited out the
cumbersome recitative that is
needed for the staging of operas,
changed tempos when .necessary
and produced the most interest interesting
ing interesting light music that has been
recorded in many years.
The first records sold even be beyound
yound beyound Savinos hopes and Kapp
asked him to use the same tech technique
nique technique on other operas, even the
unfamiliar ones. These, too, have
begun to find favor with those
who wouldn't be caught dead at
the Met.
As recorded by Savino, these
orchestrations take up only one
longplay 'record instead of the
usual three to each opera. The
music can be played as a back
drop for dinner conversation or
for casual listening. Some of the
music is in dance tempo.
The most significant develop development,
ment, development, though, is that Savino has
acquainted many listeners with
opera who never cared for it be before.
fore. before. LONDON (UPI) A British
major general warncd tod ay
that the British people would
'rise in their wrath" and smash
the proposed tunnel connecting
France and Britain under the
EngliSh Channel.
Sir William Spears, in a letter
to the Evening Standard, rejected
the whole idea of a tunnel as
strictly the brainchild of foreign.
ers and American financiers who
were not "noted -for the jealous
care of British interests.'
Spears particularly noted the
danger of such a tunnel as an
invasion path in time of war.

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Q. I have doubled my money in
blue chips in the last 10 years On
my original investment, my divid dividend
end dividend income averages five per
cent; on current values, 2 1-2.
When does one sell, if one's sec-'
urities seem as safe as bonds?
And what should I buy? I'm in interested
terested interested in income.
A. If yoti are interested in in income,
come, income, it seems to me you must
switch to securities which empha emphasize
size emphasize income.
'
Let us assume you invested $10,-
000, on which you received an in income
come income of $500 a year, or fiv,e per
pent. Your stocks have now risen
to a $20,000 market and are, we
will assume, paying the same
dividend of $500. That is a return
of 2 1-2 per cent on your prottolio,
I have kicked up considerable
storm in recent columns by ar arguing
guing arguing that yield should be com computed
puted computed on current markit, not on
original cost. But I think your let letter
ter letter helps prove my point.
If your securities are now worth
$20,000 in the open market and
you want income, it seems to me
they should be sold and the funds
put into $20,000 of securities pay paying
ing paying 4 1-2 to five per cent which
would give you about $1,000 a year
income. The fact that you are
still getting five per cent on your
original $10,000 investment is not
helping your 'budget any when the
money you now have invented
could yield twice as much.

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this: conthis: If you can afford to hold blue tinue rising without interruiltion.
chip growth stocksIBM, Kodak,
duPont, Union Carbide, I would Hold the IBM, of course. But
not let the fact that you have a how about switching some of your
profit in them influence you to more volatile issues into some so sosell.
sell. sosell. lid retailing and top line rail railIf
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: -- --By GAME DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor. For the Poppas are leaving she has found time to learn the tfaiiiit.P,' ..HitiP.i.,Ittittiggl.:::.,t.:Oii.:::...1' '''1,11,
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1 Slim pants for summer come In many lengths. Shown here are '-
two of the most popular. Jamaica length shorts (left) in tur turquoise
quoise turquoise show the essential neat tailoring, are finished off by
narrow self-belt. Obi pants (right), in peacock colors, taper
right down to the ankle ,bone. These are Jack Winter designs.
- --By GAME DIMAS, NEA Women's Editor.

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Do you feel uneasy about reading
fairy tales to your child?
If so, you may be struggling un under
der under the influence of overzeatous
educational theorists and child psy psychologists
chologists psychologists who condemn fairy tale
as bad and "unrealistic" for chil children.
dren. children. Like most zealots, they see only
what they want to see. The truth
is, fairy tales are profoundly rea realistic.
listic. realistic. A fairy- tale is something that
changes the commonplace into
what is, rich and strange and won won,derfulwhat
,derfulwhat won,derfulwhat the commonplace al always
ways always is if we have the eyes to
.aee.
;i7Maddifl inadvertently rubs an
,rleldefalteil-forogranted lamp-- and
kla Cave lrfilled with the mystical
-e-IlreselleetiLtive'tienii. The Little
LitnemiPrinteils given an ordin ordin.
. ordin. larr cloak, and it carries him
-though. hiewindow up to the stars.
falitsrffilejtur breukfast egg'
!argue with 'you in the voice of
, Dumpty and your govern
'en spreads -her respectable um umkbrella
kbrella umkbrella to sail away over the 'trees.
e'thilcj, Hans Christian An
4040- denote 'battered old. lay
lute herole tin soldier. In the
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4- Crystal beads and fresh water
pearls are being done in an oval
shape,this spring. Lends a dif difierent
ierent difierent look to a necklace.
rhis is the season for short
lihite, cotton gloves. But rethem rethem'
' rethem' ber, they serve their purpo9e (ally
when they- are washed after each
:wearing,
Floral wig bats are getting an
other big whirl this spring. You
Can have a head covered with
: pansies or daisies or rosebuds and
; green leaves.
-
, Don't reserve your most dismal
elothes for a rainy day. In these
times of smart raincoats, hoots
and umbrellas. It's possible to look
pretty even on a day wheo it's
raining sideways.
-
If you're making your first trip
to the tropics, one thing that
definitely should not go into your
Suitcase is a pair of short shorts.
They are not worn on the street
, in most tropical islands and brand
yourself a tourist when you turn
out in them. A tourist with bad
taste, that is.
-
Knowing your ovvii type is one
Of several essential keys to good
dressing. A large woman should
never war frills nor flowery hats.
Neither should she stick to strictly
tailored Stilts. Her best bet is a
quiet femininity.

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same way Maurice Maeterlinck,
by turning the jewel of insight in
Tyltyl's cap, awakens his young
hero's abrupt awareness of the
fr'Aendliness of bread, milk and
light by giving these taken-forgranted
presences in his life new
meaning and new importance.
The realization that what we
have taken for granted is not cpm.
monplace but wonderful is an ex.
perience of love.
When we fall in love, a person
1 who has seemed ordinary to us
stops being ordinary. When we
make a friend, another human
being is transformed with ncw
meaning for us just as Aladdin's
old lamp revealed unsuspected
qualities to himand light Ihred
from the cottage lamp to turn
into a lady of radiant grace for
Tyltyl.
If this sudden vision okunexpect okunexpected
ed okunexpected power and beauty in Ne takenfor-granted
isn't love; what qhen
is love?
I don't like adults who frown on
fairy tales. I think they must be
awfully grim people who've giv
en up expecting anything strange
and rich to happen to them.
Since fairy tales teach children
to look for wonder in the common
place, I think such people Aant
to deny them this experience in
love, I think they must want chit.
dren to be as bored and unexpect unexpecting
ing unexpecting as they are. And that tlAir
"reallism" is hopelessness calling
itself another name.
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1 N EW SA I NT --- Alfred Hitch- I
I cock has changed Eva Marie ?
I-Saint, previously the plain Jane I
type, into a glamorous, seduc seductive
tive seductive woman with a strong per-
sonality for his latest thriller,
"North by Northwest." The
mayhem master says she makes
a different type heroine. Besides,
she has a wonderful Scream.
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By MARGIE ROTHROCK
'Tis said if you want a job done well, give it to a busy
person. And perhaps that's why Mrs. Evelyn Poppa has
figured in so many projects during her Atlantic-side re residence.
sidence. residence. With her husband, Chief Boatswain Clyde Poppa, she
has had a cipable "finger in the post" in activities rang ranging
ing ranging from Navy charity drives to child-herding in summer
recreation programs and Brownie (little Girl Scout) out outings.
ings. outings. The Atlantic Side, and particularly the Navy com community
munity community there, will be hard put to find another volunteer
worker like her.

For the Poppas are leaving
leaving not only the Isthmus but
also the NavY 1Mamitta- 1P0PPa,
Papa' Mph, the four little Pop Poppas
pas Poppas and the Poppa petswill board
the military tfamort USN Gib Gibbins
bins Gibbins tornOrrw Morning and sail
toward New York and a. new life.
Boatswain- Popp has decided
to mothbati his crossed anchors
after 21 years Naval service.
Which means that after 17
years of marriage, Evelyn Pop.
pa will be a civilian wife. Se.
vering the military ties will not
be easy for either of them.
While her husband has worn the
uniform, the Navy has had a
staunch ally in Evelyn Poppa.
Friends describe her as "married
to the Navy' as well as to the
Boatswain". At Christmaatime
last year, she battled the shop shopping
ping shopping crowd fr 14 hours to buy
presents for a community party.
Santa's bag was well-loaded for
the Atlantic Side children's af affair.
fair. affair. She served as women's organiz organizer
er organizer in her tired for the annual Na Navy
vy Navy Relief charity drive last
year. Proof of her success lies in
the statistics: In spite of their
dwindling population, the Cele
jo tp.moj-auo Nos aseit psi suctos
the total tickets.
Evelyn Poppa was among the
triother who helped sOpervise the
summer recreation programs and
Brownie troops. She attempted to
start a Navy Wives Club on the
Atlantic Side, a venture which
died before it started for lack ef
sunport.
She has actively particiPated in
Catholic church affairs here. And

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In her chatty column in the Na Navy's
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tertaining entertaining agility with adjectives,
applauding her neighbors for
work well done and poking pleas pleasant
ant pleasant fun at herself.
, Discussing tho swimming lop
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end, and that's because I'm too
chicken." She later told a friend
that she decided to learn to
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going to drovm, I might as well
have spectators."
Evelyn Poppa is a sometimes sometimesjournalist
journalist sometimesjournalist for fun. She had some
training in the field at St. Davids,
Academy for Girls at Pr evidence,'
R. Articles she has written
during her stay on the Isthmus in included
cluded included a wife's eye account of the
Canal transit aboard the aircraft
carrier USS Boxar.
She expressed her views on the
depopulation of Coco Solo in the
paragraphs entitled wile Fail
of the Lone Coconut."
Fiction could hardly be more
fantastic than her blowout-byblowout
account of an auto trip to
El Vo lean, a journey which turn turned
ed turned 'out le be a mechanical mon monstrosity.
strosity. monstrosity. Her infectious good hu humor
mor humor undoubtedly was dimmed
during the ill-fated trip, but the
funny side of the adventure emerg emerged
ed emerged later from the typewriter keys.
As a short-time Isthmian, Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Poppa, Irish by descent, for forsodk
sodk forsodk her favorite polkas to kick
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MRS. EVELYN POPPA

her heels to the tamborito, cha
cha cha and other traditional La Latin
tin Latin dances.
She has managed to sandwich
her outside interests and com community
munity community activities between her
home and raising 'four young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. The boys, Gerald, 13,
Kenneth, 12, found Mom their
most ardent rooter during the
Little League baseball season.
&au ly -5113
Om.ii.mio.mmm
. If your feet and ankles tire dur during
ing during the day, remove your shoes.
Then rotbte your ankles about 10
or 12 times while sitting. Also
wriggle and stretch your toes. This
not only strengthens the muscles
but also relaxes tired feet.
Firm the muscles of your thighs
and buttocks with sn easy exer exercise.
cise. exercise. Stand straight, but relaxed.
'Men bend over and touch the
floor with your hands, Keep your
knees straight. Do this slowly so
you ca,ta feel the muscles in play.
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Oood health habits may not be
the gang's way but for bright eyes
hair and skin and a lot of p!p,
take care of yourself. Compicxion
13roblems plague most teen-agers
1Many irritate the situation by ig ignoring
noring ignoring daily use of imp and wat water.
er. water. They also stuff themselves with
gooey desserts and not enough
fresh fruits and vegetables.
-
Teen agers in their enthusi enthusiasm
asm enthusiasm tend to overdo most things.
Dousing yourself with a heavy
fragance, for example, will back backfire
fire backfire when people edge away from
the overpowering scent. Choose a
cologne or perfume that is yoling
and light, just right for you and
the occasion. Dab it lightly to the,
pulse spots.
Color plays an important part
in exaggerating or minimizing a
person's size. leen-agerso espesial espesially,
ly, espesially, are sensitive about being over overweight.
weight. overweight. Many go through a chub chubby
by chubby stage wish they can't control.
A teen-ager who battles baby fat
can minimize the situation by a avoiding
voiding avoiding bulky, full skirts and by
wearing darker shades rather than
pastels which tend to increasq 1
one's size.
adM.MM
Girls going through the chubby
stage can get through this period
as gracefully as possible. Avoid
bulky. sloppy clothing and always
be neat and clean.
MS'S FRIE, HE DIES
IPSDEN, England (UMMag (UMMagistrate
istrate (UMMagistrate Goffrey Rose, whose "pain "painful'
ful' "painful' decision to Jail a widowed
mother as a relief cheat aroused
indignation, died today a few
hours after the woman was re released
leased released on bail. He Ives 89.
Rose sentenced Mrs. Eftihia
Christ, to two months in prison
last week because she did not
report the fact that she took in
sewing to help her four children,
three of them tubercular. the
sewing brought her in a little
more than $5 week in addition
to the $14 she received from the
national welfare agency.
A storm of protest throughout
England led to her Mille in $58
bail, supplied by supporters.
Rose became ill: Cause of death
was not determined immediately.
The physician who treated him
said his death had no conflation
with the ease.

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The girls, Susie, 7, and Nancy,
4, round out iris family tree.
"We will be required by law to
take our family with us," quipped
Evelyn. Traveling mates, caged
for an open-air voyage on the
Gibbins stern, will be Pancho, the
pooch, and Mono, the monkey.
Another Poppa pet, a seagull
with a broken wing, went to his
reward, Mrs. Popp& regretfully
reports.
The Poppas plan to travel to
Providenol to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen. Their
nlans for the future are indefinite.
Evelyn is looking forward to next
winter's icy weather, but expects
it to be a shock after the tropical
living. Mk, bOys, she mentioned,
are finding it difficult to break
up friendships they have made
here.
Mrlitary fa m 11 les, often c a
tow in their here-today, gone.
tomorrow attitudes, paid tho
Poppas a resounding tribute last
week at a farewell party at the
Coto Solo Breakers Club. An.
other goodbye event was given
in their honor Friday evening.
The parties wero gay and sin sincore
core sincore forms of thank-you notes.
Coco Solo will not be quite the
same after the Gibbins casts off
lines tomorrow.
The spark which lit the fire tin tinder
der tinder so many Atlastic Side activi activities
ties activities will be out at sea.
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Kabb cookery has become an
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Cooked indoors or out, tender cubes
of marinated meat alternated with
vegetables on skewers aud then
ilomemaling
Scouring the bottoms of skillets,
washcloths and towels in a greasy
mesa. The utensils will be cleaner
and so will your washcloths if you
use a paper towel and chlorine
bleach cleanser on the pan and
skillet bottoms.
Housewives who wipe up rusty
rings left by cleanser cans will
appreciate new bottoms on the
items. These are of plastic and
won't leave unsightly marks when
left standing in the kitchen of bath bathroom
room bathroom where moisture gets to them.
Home handy men and women
will be happy to know that there
are now waterless cleaners that
take of grease, grime, tar, and
paint while leaving the skin rel relatively
atively relatively untouched. These aerosol
hand cleaners contain lanolin to
keep hands soft and smooth.
Mothers who Provide their grow growing
ing growing children with healthful meals
include meat with all of them.
Meat supplies all of the known B
vitamins and pork is higher in
thiamine, the vitamln B-1, than
other meats.
Nurses and those who wear
white uniforms on the job can keep
them' sparkling- with a heaq-duty
soap. Soap is recommended rath rather
er rather than detergents because it helps
preserve antistatic finishes present
on most white nylon uniforms.
Use a water softener when liginq
soap, though so soap curds won't
discolor the uniform.
Nvion will stay "white" longer
if it is washed frequently and
thoroughly. Also, rinse tow or three
times before hanging to drip dry.
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June brides already are budg budgeting
eting budgeting their household money as
they plan their home furnishings.
You will he happier and save
money in thp long run if you buy
it,ims you like and can live with.
In a rug. for examole. seleet a
good durable one 'hat you will be
proud to own and use.
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Glassware should be dried with
a lint-free d;sh towel so it re
mains sparkling dear. However,
you may let- the pieces dry natur naturally.
ally. naturally. Wine them when dry to re remove
move remove any water spots.
Rug MI 11 Says...
My college class is celebrating
its 25th reunion this year. I was
Pleased to get an invitation to the
festivities, hut I'm not going.
I've lived long enough to now
'that one thing you can uever do
in life is go back.
Those college years were happy
years. The friends made than will
never be forgotten. But because,
they live in memory, they never
'changed, never grown up,. never
lose their young enthusiasm, nq nqver
ver nqver meet tragedy, never settle
for less than they say they will.
, .The college campus belonged to
US then, and in memory it still
belongs to Am Now it belongs to
another gcneration. perhaps a
'more serious generation, a better
generation, a smarter generation.
But it is still a generation that
is bound to be strangers to us
who finished college 25 years ago.
Their talk, dress and even their
dreams are different, for we
dreamed of success while they
dream of security.
Atid to them we would be Nst
so many old grads coining ban,
trying to convince them that i.ve,
too, were mice young. We would
insit on telling them stories whichl
they would only listen to with
plite attention.
And wKat would we talk about
to each other, those of us who
used to sit up half the night, dis discussing
cussing discussing life? After a few "do you
remember when. ." and "What "Whatever
ever "Whatever became of. ." conversatIons
what would we find to talk about?
No, you can't go back because
nothing ever remains the same
And happy memories are best kept
as happy memories.
GOLF BALL KILLS
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)--
sybil Thomas. 3, died today ot
a skull fracture suffered when
struck by a golf ball. Police said
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,t, been written about tyros and
4. .,,,,, Drawings By TSgt. GLENN CALDWELL their first attempts at taming
, (Reprinted from the Caribbean Breeze, Albrook AFB) those unrulty stretches of can.
vas and rove. Mindful of this

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: 7, Opportunity awaits here in Panama for the hearty soul to cut himself a Wigs slice
d; ost, a ventureor at least as large as he feels he can comfortably digest. Hundreds of
t miles of lush, green jungles, provide sights and adventures most people enjoy reading
'. stout but never quite get the courage to try for themselves.
' ''''' For one thing' the word "jungle," to the layman, calls to mind a vivid picture of I
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green crawling vines and deadly reptiles that must be fought through for inches of
:Rocious progress by husky sweat-soaked, pioneer-type men of action. i
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' '' "It takes a special breed of man for that sort of thing," our armchair traveler
t Inks as he sinks deeper into the safety of his foam rubber cocoon. The rugged indi- 1
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vidualist can make travel tough for himself anywhere if he insists on carving his way
ti:tiough a mountain,when there is a free way around it.
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' "But," says our friend, "there are no freeways in the junglein fact sometimes
i
no't even a road." True, however, rivers are nature's express ways into the otherwise I
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!impenetrable jungle.
access, the take food, medical supplies, and
I Wbere there is easy
!traveler will usually find that sufficient water purifying pills
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1 other people have gone before for at least two extra days.
!! hips and, especially on the Pane- Make sure the boat and motor N., ). --.,
,,,,- y ..:',,!-- ,..!..;
:mbnian waterways, t h e r e is are "river worthy", and your -',,,t .4 .c.t:-
4, setrceiy a turn in tho. river that guide knows the area. Swift riv- ,--,..
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er currents can cause real trou- sP7 '. .
i does not reveal a thatched roof -;,,-;, w.
' prteruding above the rich green ble if your motor conks out. ;,' '-'-'''
i Take along extra sheer pins
rpowth. 7 Oti,
-it is a fundamental fact that and spark plugs as paddling a
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mast' pis make trips to see 35-foot cayuco upstream with Ilk 1(1 ,. i, ''' dissokll
other .people. Man's curiosity dead motor is no fun. Nk-, '11 --
altvs his fellows and his longing Wear clothes that completely V A ,.1;r!
Aso ''what's just around the cover your body. Movie heroes ,-.4'
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bond" has sent him on many ex- may I o o k handsome without i i'v..,
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citing adventures in recorded shirts, but a severe burn from the .,!,:., ----it e'
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limo. "Seeing how the other half sun and water can send you hoine ,-- ,i 9)
livoti" can be an abiding source in something less than conquering A ',..'z ,;-
of ploasure for most of us. It ef- style. Hats that shade the face are e ''
fords a chance for firsthand a must. Tennis shoes are best for Y
lenowledov, more colodul than river wear as they dry easily af afAir
Air afAir boat books. ter a soaking. IN '10' iie
lf, bOwever, people are not your Guns are not necessary for pro proMain
Main proMain interest, and hunting various tection as rivers in Panama
Vota .and fauna in the bush with-. aren't known for their large sea
out interruption by other mem- serpents or savage natives. AUTHOR
bers of the human race is your If you like tho idea of hunting A2C R. T. THORNTON
delight, my parting wish is, "May he sure and check with local
your machete always remain authorities about any pormis stream. A rather kindly-looking
sharp and your compass point to needed. Panamanian waiting on the shore
true north." For the rest ot us At the appointed hour of S p.m.,
T. Sgt. Bill Harrison and A-2C
boats are the answer. seemed to display more than pas
Native cayucos rigged for out- R. T. Thornton, co-conspirators sing interest in our journey.
From his broken English P.M
bOard motors may be rented for on this sheet called the "Carib "Caribsit
sit "Caribsit little as ..$4 a day with an ex- bean Breeze," arrived at La Ca- our fractured Spanish, Bill and I
learned his name was John Gam Gamperienced
perienced Gamperienced guide thrown into the pitana in a rather dusty and
bargain. If you don't have an out- heavily laden Volkswagen. In the boa and that Marco had decided
not to budge up the shallow Baya Bayaboard
board Bayaboard motor of your own, many "bug" were food and medical sup suporthe
orthe suporthe native boat ownerr, will pro- plies for five days plus various no river without his help in poling.
We were "mouse trapped."
vide a rental "put-put" at five dol- assorted paraphernalia such as After some haggling a fair price
tars per day. sleeping hammocks, extra clothes was decided upon for what we
a 12-hp. Elto out-board and 25
- R ia customary on trips lasting gallons of fuel. Road eon&
limns to though was just extra baggage. As
Chepo were good with
more than a day to provide tood it turned out "ole John,' as we
and hammock sleeping accom- black top stretching most somf Thteh later came to call him was worth
modations for the guide in addi- api ana can e reached
way. La C .t b ewvaeirgyht.ounce of his' 150-pound
tion to his fee. by taking the right fork in the Twilight was drawing near as
. ...Br following four common road just before Chepo and con- our cayuco slid into deep water.
sense rules even "greenhorns" tinning down a dusty single lane
rut to the port. With a fow hesitant chugs iho
, with as much practical jungle
' tamping experience as a dein- Light was still good when we otor tut the sionco and pro
tante can emerge unscraiched arrived and notified our salt ;lied us forwards John, who
.. from a safari into the "big p Y had taken his position up front
anamanian guide Marco that as chief poler and depth gauger
green." his hvo "greenhorns" were sat down with reassuring
'c tollake your preparations rare- waiting on the dock with a hoap word to Bill that there would be
folly, take envie supplies to coy- of equipment.
:-- pp aill possible situations. Plan to We had made our arrangements anilvenrngo.ro shallow spots that
.
. a few days ahead of time and he Darkness fell and a full moon
was patiently awaiting us at his lit our way as Marco piloted the
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hoormte,irly a shoi-t walk from the caynco in expert fashion. around
is near.toothless grin and floating logs and sanbars. NNe
ill risk navigating the
ched finger motioned in later heard that he is one of the
., w ection of the conveyance few who w.
, that was to be our water chariht treacherous Bayano at night.
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for the next few days. At 7:30 p.m. the motor was
Large it waslarger than we stopped and we silently slid up
,' '; 40 3:35 6:15 9:00 p.m. had exp'ected. Although only a hol- on a sandy embankment as cook cook-
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k., lowed-out log, paint and various ing doors and nat.
me music drifted
other forms of decoration had down with an occasional tire tire7
7 tire7 MASTER THAT transformed it into a silver sal- fly from a small village above.
mon pink, and violet gondola, 35 Marco had friends here and made
NUKED THE feet in length. Our gondolier wore arrangements for us to put up for
r i 's..N
.! I -',, ';' W0,111.;!! ,,,,,, balnue jeans a nondescript shirt the night at a vacant "bohio."
. d the typical Panama straw hat Our new home was meant for
, ,.'. common in the interior. dancing, but was ideal for string string''
'' string'' ' 1'es so
:. i t;.,-.- .' 1 Our equipment was loaded ing hammocks.
now, and the motor chained in We wer ravenous with hunger
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a foot deep. Tho .craft display- and I fumbled by flashlight gath gath.
. gath. !", 44 ,,.. A.i..te cod amazing buoyancy until! ering fire wood. At 9 p.m., tired
,..
'-' .'" i :;; t we got in. It was all out and out but content, with stomachs
...1 i -.., -! '. !.', push over the shallow rocks. filled with beans and wieners,
Marco still had to get his equip- soups and coffee, we prepared to
. Idi i0:100.,,.1 4:
, merit, so we pushed on to his front 8 end the first ni ht in mos uito
P g ri
. ..... of 0.. door a few hundred yards down!net encased hammocks.

er peop e have gone before
hips and, especially on the Pana Panat
t Panat rasnian waterways, there is
plircely a turn in the.river that
4 does not reveal a thatched roof
pnttruding above the rich green
Atfewth.
is a fundamental fart that
moitlpeople make trips to see
other people. Man's curiosity
abase his fellows and his longing
tomtit ''what's just around the
bend" bas sent him on many ex.
citing adventures in recordeAl
time. "Seeing how the other half
liveti" can be an abiding source
of pleasure for most of us. It ate
for& a chance for firsthand
knowledge, more colodul than
this. best books.
hOpever, people are not your
Main interest, and hunting various
Vote:and fauna in the bush with-.
out interruption by other mem members
bers members of the human race is your
delight, my parting wish is, "May
your machete always remain
sharp and your compass point to
true north." For the rest ot us
boats are the answer.
Native cayucos rigged for out outbeard
beard outbeard motors may be rented for
is little as 44 a day with an ex experienced
perienced experienced guide thrown into the
bargain. If you don't have an out outboard
board outboard motor of your own, many
of-the native boat ownerr, will pro provide
vide provide a rental "put-put" at five dol dollars
lars dollars per day.
R ie customary on trips lasting
more than a day to provide tood
and hammock sleeping accom accomInOdations
InOdations accomInOdations for the guide in addi addition
tion addition to his fee.
...Br following four common
Sense rules even "greenhorns"
With as much practical jungle
tamping experience as a debit debit':
': debit': tante can emerge unseraiched
from a safari into the "big
green."
follake your preparations eare eare:
: eare: folly,take envie supplies to coll coll.:.
.:. coll.:. at sin possible situations. Plan to
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a few days ahead of time and he Darkness fell and a full moon
was patiently awaiting us at his lit our way as Marco piloted the At 12 noon we called a halt on
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home, only a shoti walk from the cayuco in expert fashion. around
1,(1,1141)11 is near toothless grin and floating logs and sanbars. We
etched fi
rurtst.tril nger motioned in later heard that he is one of the
e direction of the conveyance few who will risk nwigating the plenish our engine's gasoline sup supply.
ply. supply. Looking for fire wood we soon
realized what had been left be behinda
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that was to be our water chariot treacherous Bayano at night.
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A2C R. T. THORNTON
stream. A rather kindly-looking
Panamanian waiting on the shore
seemed to display more than pas passing
sing passing interest in our journey.
From his broken English P.M
our fractured Spanish, Bill and I
learned his name was John Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa and that Marco had decided
not to budge up the shallow Baya Bayano
no Bayano river without his help in poling.
We were "mouse trapped."
After some haggling a fair price
was decided upon for what we
though was just extra baggage. As
it turned out "ole John,' as we
later came to call him, was worth
every ounce of his 150-pound
weight.
Twilight was drawing near as
our cayuce slid into deep water.
With a few hesitant chugs The
motor tut the siNnce and pro.
pelled us forwards John, who
had taken his position up front
as chief poler and depth gauger
sat down with reassuring
word to Bill that there would b.
no more shallow spots that
evening.
Darkness fell and a full moon'
lit our way as Marco piloted the
cayuco in expert fashion. around
'floating logs and sanbars. We
later heard that he is one of the
lew who will risk navigating the
treacherous Bayano at night.
At 7:30 p.m. the motor was
stopped and we silently slid up
on a sandy embankment as cook cook,
, cook, ing doors and native music drifted
down with an occasional fire firefly
fly firefly from a small village above.
Marco had friends here Rad made
arrangements for us to put up for
the night at a vacant "bohio."
Our new home was meant for
dancing, but was ideal for string stringing
ing stringing hammocks.
We wer ravenous with hunger
from pushing the boat. Bill look
over the cooking chores as John
and I fumbled by flashlight gath gathering
ering gathering fire wood. At 9 p.m., tired
out but content, with stomachs
filled with beans and wieners,
soups a.nd coffee,. we prepared to

40.
Mony homy stories have
been written about tyros and
their first attempts at taming
those unrulty stretches of can
vas and rope. Mindful of this
Bill end gingerly tested for 1
stability as Marco, an old hand
at such matters, flooped down
leisurely and began to swing
slowly.
Heartened by such a master-
ful display the novices made their
attempt and succeeded.
At first there was a struggle of 1,
arms and legs inside each hAm--
mock as if small boys were gitit.
ing. Trying to sleep with one's bo body
dy body jack-knifed at a 45-degree an angle
gle angle was a bit difficult at first,
but the cool night air and wearin weariness
ess weariness soon overtook the group. Ali ;
was silent.
beautiful hen. (She must have
been to start a fight that early in
the morning). The commotion
awoke otherwil d noisy bird who
seemed to act as enthusiastic
spectators of the free-for-all, voic-
ing their loud opinions long after
a truce was called.
Further sleep was impossible as
our minds were directed to our
empty stomachs, by the more
pleasant side of chickenseggs
for breakfast. By 7 a.m. I could
stand it no longer and getting
John to act as interpreter, made
a canoes of the neighborhood in
search of "hen suit". Bill saw to
the fire and coffee as eight eggs
and one band of bite-sized bana bananas
nas bananas from the village eompris eomprised
ed eomprised breakfast.
Saltines crackers topped off the
bill-o-fare making everyone so
thristy we finiShed our home homebrought
brought homebrought water supply.
At this point Bill descended to
the river to do K.P. and make
Arinking water with tilt help of
purification tablets in the. can
nister.
A portable radio, along on the
trip for entertainment brought
news that things were "Muy Ma Mains"
ins" Mains" in Panama City. Marco ex explained
plained explained the current sitliplion
pantomine fashion adding sound
effect to the conclusion alai,
jungle was a safe place to be in.
At cm. the boat was packed
and we started up river. Our feet
were not dry for long. Rap-ids
confronted us, just around the
first turn, so swift and shallow
that the motor was useless. 'Ev 'Everybody
erybody 'Everybody out and push," said
John. The next hout,was a con continous
tinous continous game of musicalschairs
jump out, push the boat, lump in
jump out, push, jump in.
El Llano, a small Panamanian
village, was our next stop. A short
walk through the town produced
a grocery store with a refr4,era refr4,erator
tor refr4,erator and cool soft drinks.
Refreshed now, we returned to
the boat prepared to face the
river rapids. The water became
swifter the further we went re.
suiting in Bill taking a tumble
while trying to get eut and
push. He was unhurt but soak
ed to the skin. "Very refresh
ing," be exclaimed.
At 12 noon we called a halt on
a sand bar for lunch and to re replenish
plenish replenish our engine's gasoline sup sup,
, sup, ply. Looking for fire wood we soon
' realized what had been left be behinda
hinda behinda file to sharpen the mache machete.
te. machete. Luckily small driftwood was
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abundant and a fire was easy to
makewith the help of a com commercial
mercial commercial incendiary. (With such an
aid to camping we could easily
qualify as Boy Scouts.) We travel traveled
ed traveled on.
By 2:30 p.m. we were in Choco
Indian territory and made a stop
while Marco and John chatted
with some Indian friends. Marco
wanted to stop for the night at
their home, but one of the chil-1
dren was ill and we pushed on.
At 3 p.m. we arrived at another
Choco home and with a great
show of hospitality and many'
friendly smiles, we were invited
to stay for the night.
The Chocos helped carry our
supplies from the boat, up a steep
embankment, to a bohio where
they threshed grain. The women
tidied up and swept the dirt floor
with palm branches while thckr
numerous small children giggled
and watched the "strangers"
from a safe distance.
The Chocos are pleasant na natured
tured natured with well developed sta statures
tures statures and an average height for
men of 5 feet, 8 inchts" and about
5 feet for the women. Their
clothes are as simple as their
natures with a bright smile their
principal jewerly. The men wear
a rather long, thin breechcloth
held in place by a string tied
around their middle. The wo women
men women wear two short wrap-around
skirts and occasionally a
store-bought bra.
Although these people, when
living in the jungle, are as unin uninhibited
hibited uninhibited as children about cloth clothing,
ing, clothing, Chocos coming to La Capi Capitana,
tana, Capitana, or visiting other towns up
and down the river, always
bring with them normal street
wear.
When they arrive at the dock
tbey change into a dress or shirt
and pants. Tht process is re-,
versed when they prepare to re return
turn return home again.
With camp well established,
our first thought was to get clean
in the cool inviting river. Such
luxury, and not a mosquito to be
found.
The evening was still young
when we emerged well scrubbed
and refreshed and went to visit
the main house. It was a large
structure standing on poles about
seven feet off the ground. The on only
ly only way up was by a log with
notches cut into it forming a pri primitive
mitive primitive ladder.
Once inside Bill settled down
with two of the men end an English-Spanish
translation book
while I took photos of the usual
household activities.
Chocos live in family groups.
The grandparents and their un unmarried
married unmarried children; two married
sons with their families and a
parried daughter and her fami
'ly all liv'ed under one roof with
no walls or doors to obstruct com complete
plete complete freedom. The women clean clean.ed
.ed clean.ed the house, washed clothes,
cooked meals, threshed the grain,
took care of the children and other
domestic chores while the men
brought in fresh meat, worked
the plantain groves, went fishing,
played Mugical instruments for
relaxation and entertainment and
did other important tasks. All in
perfect harmony
If one woman stepped away
from the large cooking area inside
the hut to talk with her, husband
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or play with her babe, another
woman stepped into her place to
finish the mealtime preparations
without being asked. We were
amazed and delighted to see that
the confusing aspects of civiliza civilization
tion civilization had not yet penetrated this
far up river.
Bill's career as an English
teacher ended now as one of
the men moved to a platform
at the opposite end of tho room,
stretched out, covered himself
with what must have been his
inspiration blanket, and proceed
ed to improvise on the future.
His gaze was centered some somewhere
where somewhere out in the jungle as a
mournful tune from his- instru instrument
ment instrument echoed from the hills across
the river. His song completed, he
turned once again to us for re recognition
cognition recognition and we. urged him to
continue.
Soon it was time to eat and Bill
asked the men if we might nay a
chicken to roast. They said they
did not have enough birds to spare
one, but later without our know knowledge,
ledge, knowledge, turned one of their chicken chickencatching
catching chickencatching dogs loose on the flock
of unsuspecting fowls.
With great dispatch the dog cap captured
tured captured a bird and delivered it un unharmed
harmed unharmed to his master. A little sur surprised,
prised, surprised, we declined their kind of offer
fer offer and said that our food was
sufficient. John Gamboa was sent
to forage for wood. The timber he
found, although dry, was difficult
to start resulting in clouds of
smoke filling the hut.
As Bill and I desperately tried
to fan the fire with our hands, one
of the small children from the
main house ran to the edge of the
hut and stopped. She stood watch watching
ing watching the strangers' antics for a
moment and then, with a step for forward,
ward, forward, produced a woven fan
Gratefully we accepted the gift
With a emile and nod of thanks.
"Our smoke screen must be
good for keeping away bugs,"
we thought as Bill tearfully
flayed the air with the fan. It
is true--,Insects of all kinds dis dislike
like dislike smoke. When the stuff is
thick and choking they will eat
a fast retreat from tho area.
"Plop plop plop." I looked
down to see what the tiny noise
was just in time to notice a four fourinch
inch fourinch gray spider crawl across
Bill's bare foot. Our hut's thatch thatched
ed thatched roof had been the home ot a
large colony of these loath-some
creatures who were now "ahon "ahondoning
doning "ahondoning ship" the ease way. In
large numbers they dropped
from the roof to the hut floor and
scurried out into the jungle. We
got out of their way.
Later we settled down to a
most satisfying meal of noddles
and beef, soup, cocoa, crackers,
chocolate bars, and hard tack
with jelly. The mess kits were
washed in lin river and steril sterilized
ized sterilized on the camp fire.
The evening was spent in di diverse
verse diverse ways. Bill hit the hammock
early and caught up on some of
his back reading while Marco snd
John paid a social after-dinner
call on the Indian family. To keep
cool was my only thought --so
back. to the river. Nothing can
match floating on your back, in
shallow, cool, slow moving wa water
ter water as clouds drift overhead, for
, absolute relaxation.
Up early the next morning, sad

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news greeted us about breakfast.
The Indians had only six eggs to
sell. John brought them to the fire
and squatted on his Launches to
put them in boiling water.
'Crunch."
"He gave a sheepish grin and
straightened up. When he had
knelt dovm his knee had crushed
the sixth egg in his shirt pocket.
So-called "modern" people of often
ten often speak of the "poor Indian."
In the case of our hosts this is a
mistaken notion. Articles they
must buy with money are few and
the sale of various animals they
trap such as monkeys and birds
plus their main trop of plantain
nets them a far above average In Income
come Income even by city standards.
After brealdast one of the Men
from the main house who we later
found handled all the money id idfairs
fairs idfairs for the whole family, ap approached
proached approached me to change some of
his small bills into large currenty,
I thought, "he cannot have much
money, and being after pay day
a few 'ones' will be good' to have
along."
From its hiding place came a
roll el bills that would truly
choke a cow. We made our ex exchange
change exchange and I returned to the hut
with bulging pockets.
Camp was struck quickly and,
we said "adis" to our lend lendly
ly lendly hosts on the bank.'" At 8
a.m. our cayuco slid beHveen
two large pylons with gold birds
mounted at their peaks on either
shore.
This was Cuna country and the
village of Maje stood guard high
on the river bank against any un-'
wanted entering without notice.'
The construction of their houses1
was entirely different from Mel
Chocos.
Here were immense dwellings.
flat on the ground, with hiSgh roofs
and woven walls. They ere ar arranged
ranged arranged in rows and each was iden
tical in size and construction.
We beahed our craft and walk.
ed up a huge fallen tree to the vil village.
lage. village. As we approached. the mha mhabitants
bitants mhabitants hurried for their doorways.
Looking around in vain for some someone
one someone to talk with, we walked along
the street house rows.
Presently a small Cune,, in a
bright orange knit shirt, blue
jeans, and a black fedora, mo..
tioned us into one ofthe huts,
inside, what was obviousy the
town meeting place, chiefs from
all the villages up river, Were
holding a pow-pow.
A number of open hammocks,
stretched in the middle of a
square area bordered by' chickenroost-type
bleachers, hung heavy
with the weight of chiefs who pre preferred
ferred preferred to do their talking in a to torizontal
rizontal torizontal position. They all t wen
some form of black felt hat as if
it were a badge of office.
Chatter continued and we learn learned
ed learned that permission must be grant granted
ed granted by these men for us to pass
up-river. They noticed us and
stopped talking. With a few terse
words were were denied permis permission
sion permission to continue our journey. Wilh
the "explorers" dispatched the
talks resumed. We took our places
on a perch in the bleachers and
listened and watched.
Cuna Indians are entirely dif different
ferent different from Chocos. They are
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gardzation.' Making 'friends with
the Cunas is a long,prooess. They
are extremely ,distrustful of
strangers and even resist the in influx
flux influx of' friendly missionaries into
their land. '''
The M11 weer- storebought
pems end shirts while their wo women
men women ere still wrapped In the tra traditional
ditional traditional "mole" costume that
cover almost their entire bodies..
This is the same tribr that in
habitt theSeneles Islands off
thecoests ofPenemlw
Presently the chiefs arose and
strode from the hut in a body
Now the little-man lu the orange
shirt was the only- thief left.
With,some persuasion- on our
part, he..gave us the "go ahead."
After buying a few' trings of
heads we asked permission to take
pictures. ME SAID "OK"
three dollars per picture per man.
returned to the bost and con conItinued
Itinued conItinued on. Many-rapids confol, d ded
ed ded our progress end' this time it
was my turn to be dunked by the
swift currents. I came up sputter sputterring
ring sputterring and nursing a bruised ankle
plus a very ,soggy rol of dollars
bill.
Further we Stopoped for
lunchfinished quickly, and by
2:30 p.m. arrived at Boca Playita
The hotises here were identical to
those of. Mapand, so were the
prices for plettires.,, We suddenly
became homesick for hur Choco
friends downstrearn. Back to the
boat. Now our water travel was
like riding a roller ceaster. Down
the rapids we shot slipping over
the rocks with the current's mo momentum.
mentum. momentum. Late that afternoon the Choco
family greeted us with open
arms and iwe truly' felt like pro prodigal
digal prodigal sons, home et lest.
, At night we drifted to sleep in
the Olin hut,with lull moon ids idsplijing
plijing idsplijing --,intriCatera tterns
through the roof on the floor. A
cool breeze kept us comfortable
while melancoly flute music
echoed from the mountains bey beyond.
ond. beyond. Sleep brought us a full measure
of peace and contentment. In the
morning we awoke refreshed, and
after. a quick breakfast, began to
pack the boat.
Our last day's journey on the
way home to La Capitana and
Chepo was sheer joy. Rains in
the high mountains had swollen
the river. Old rapids that epr eprlier
lier eprlier meant "get out and push" slip
ped under us.
Now there was time to Con Con.template
.template Con.template the beauty of birds
end multi-colored butterCies
that decorated the air around

us.
Only the soft "put-put" of our
motor broke the perfect silence.
As we passed homes high on the
river bank, friendly families
waved at us.
Here at the edge of the water
women washed clothes, children
played and swam, while men bus
led themselves loading cayucos
with produce for market.
The river was alive and was the
life blood of the simple folk who
stayed near her banks.
Our trip was almost over.
Quiet reflection made it easy to
remember many incidents that
had proved, as It is often said,
"There is peace in the simple
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IT ISN'T often a game is found that you can win every time! Such
a pastime' is described below. Matchsticks or toothpicks are needed
to play. Two persons participate at a time.

CHECKING OUT

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circles so that there are two and
only two in each horizontal, ver vertical
tical vertical and corner-to-corner diag diagonal
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Hold the Phone

(-INCE upon a time the latest
kl college fad was swallowing
goldfish. Recently it has been to
jam as mEtny persons as possible
into a phone booth. Prompted by
curiosity, John Adams, a young
artist, attempted to see how
many persons he could cram into
a phone booth on paper. The re result
sult result is shown above. How many
-persons are in the picture?
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cre sAul mor mut,

DittANIE BEAR is surrounded
LP by good luck today. Not only
has he discovered a four-leaf
clover, but there's something else
in the picture that's lucky, too.
To determine what this is, simply
,draw a continuotla line from dot
1 to dot 2, then to 3 and so on.
Afterwards, apply colors.

Fourteen -matches are put on
the table. Each player, drawing
by turns, may take frm the pill
one, two or three matches, never
more than three. The idea is to
make your rival pick up the last
match. The player who under understands
stands understands the game has merely to
remember ,two things: first, that
he must get the fifth match
drawn; and second, that his next
draw, after tie gets the fifth
match, enables him to leave five
on the table. When, then, his
competitor picks up one, twc or
three, he coolly draws from the
, table all but one, leaving that for
his defeated rival.
Suppose that A, who knows
the trick, and B, who does not,
are playing. A starts off. In or order
der order to make sure that he will get
the fifth match, he takes only one
on his first draw. Whatever num number
ber number B draws on his first draw, A
will get the fifth match on his
second draw. Then when his third
draw comes he can pick up all
but five, thus on his next draw
forcing P to pick up the last It
will do B little good to have the
first draw. He knows neither
that he must get the fifth match
on his second draw, nor that he
must leave five down the sechnd
draw from his last, and so is
pretty sure to leave the way open
for A to win.
Sum Cakulatious
A DD up each of the two
rl following columns of fig fig,
, fig, urea and you will find their
totals differ.
8 3
7 4
6 5
5 6
3 7
2
However, the characters in
each column can be so arranged
totals will be alike. Another ar arrangement
rangement arrangement can be made whereby
the original totals are reversed.
No chara,cters are moved from
one column to another.
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FIGURING FUN
THE figures below have been
I arranged to form a sum, att.
you can see.
IS X 57 9 732
Rearrange the five digits so
that without changing the posi positions
tions positions of the symbols for multipli multiplication
cation multiplication and sUbtraction they forrn
a 4-figure sum expressed entirely
in the same dikits' (for example
8888, which isn't the answer).
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Good Luck's All Around Today

, What Can This Be?

THOSE who have me not, do
I not wish me; those ,who have,
do not wish to lose me; those
who gain me, have ms no longer.
What am I?
magi v Lousily

Can- You Identify
The Bert Student?
IN THEIR final exams, Albert,
BettY, Clareuce, David and
Ellen had live iums to dd. These
are the answers they pt: (Each
person's answers are denoted by
his Initial).
A. 848 10105 693 32M 572
B. 423 1105 690 3254 2981
C. 432 3410 690 3394 2981
D. 433 1705 690 3394 2981
E. 432 3410 69C 3254 638
As you can see, lot of errors
were made. Tm fact, 11 or the 25
answers are wrong. Only one
student bad all five total. cor correct
rect correct By a "pmcess of elimina elimination
tion elimination can you determine the name
of Die student?
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A Buiiness Se me?

pur on ywir thinking cap and
a you can read the word rep represented
resented represented by this rebus. Did you
know many of the old English
inn signs, going back to days
when most of tht habitues could
neither read nor write, were re rebuses
buses rebuses like this?
This word is a descriptive term
often applied to a kind of busi business,
ness, business, as you will land when you've
solved it.

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nuTtFuL chap
1-" that he is, the.
wren's spouse
builds sever al
nests and his
mate chooses the
one she likes best.
A certain wren
we know, how how.
. how. ever (shown at
,Tighti belo w),
saw a chance to
save a lot of work
by getting t o
gether with a
bunch of the boys
and building sev several
eral several model nests
from which all
the spouses could
choose. This left
a lot of time for
the male Wrens
to cavort with
the sparrows,
pick berries and
so forth, which is
u n d erstandable,
of course. How
it will all work

out, we do not
know, for the lady wrens haven't
as yet inspected the models. In
fact, the first inspection trip is
about to get under way in the
diagram at right. See if you can
guide this female wren to the
three model homes and back to

the starting point.
Buggy Wheel Blues
IF an ofd-fashioned buggry wheel
has twenty-one spaces between
spokes, how many spokes has it
20, 21 or 22? You may have
to draw a diagram to answer.
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Sports Car Run-Around

rROUPS of sport!, car fans in twelve contiguous
--Al areas decided to arrange a unique competition.
Oddly enough, the twelve areas formed tour horizon horizontal
tal horizontal rows of three each connected by highways, as
indicated in the map above.
b1ntrants in the competition were required to start
at point 1, at upper right, and proceed to point 2,
lower left, passing through each of the individual
areas once. They could cross paths wherever
necessary.
What route would you have taken had you been
entered in this competition? Remember, each of
the lettered areas shown must be touched at just
once.
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KEEPING UP WITH TIIE WRENS

NAME

THE

RELATIVES

MONE of the following are kin, but you should be
I able to identify most of these famous aunts
and uncles, etc.

1. Uncle made famous by Joel Chandler Har Harris:
ris: Harris: 2. Tom Sawyer's aunt:
S. Uncle made famous by Harriet Beecher
Stowe ----,
4. David Copper& ld's great-aunt:
5. Scrooge's nephew:
& Snow White's sister:
7. Ainy, Beth and Meg's sister:
8. Bob Oratchit's son:
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By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
IThe eighth book of the Old
Testament
5A son of David (2 Sam. 5:15)
10Fuel.
14Toward the sheltered side.
15Wife of Ellmelech (Ruth 1:2)
I6Contest of speed.
17Young salmon.
18Jogs.
19Sea eagle.
20Bo iled gently.
22Rubber.
24Burden.
25Order under seal.
26The prayers of all these were
on the golden altar before the
throne (Rev. 8:3)
29Jesus went up to Jerusalem at
the time of this feast (John
2:13)
33Auditory organ.
3,1Small stoves.
86Eat away.
37Goad.
39Seasons.
'41Function in trigonometry.
42Bracing.
44Athletic events.
46Youth.
47Put in.
49Alcove.
51Tailless jumping amphibian.
52Club-shaped staff of office.
53Regenerates.
58Father of Pelops and Niobe.
60Dismounted.
61Son of Reu (Ctn. 11:20)
83Father of Gaddi (Ntun. 13:11)
64Actor Paul
65Shun.
68Pieced out
67Pianist Templeton.
88Simon was one (Mark 14:3)
89Withered (poet.)
VERTICAL
1Khocks.

2River in Belshazzar's vision
(Dan. 8:2)
3Definite limit of time.
4Biblical mount (Josh. 13:11)
6Commits (var.)
6Exposes.
7Monk's cowl.
8Danish territorial division.
9Stair parts.
10Producers.
11Paddles.
12Skin affection.
13Sly glance.
21Grafted (her.)
23Small elevation.

25According to prophecy, the
Lord maketh the earth this
(Isa. 24:1)
26Seven: comb. form.
27He had a rod that budded
(Heb. 9:4)
28Presses.
29Lost color.
30Sheer fabric.
31Miss Ferber's namesakes.
32They were to be burned with
fire in the prophecy against
Babylo n's destruction (Jer.
51:32)
85Titled
88Relating to restricted diet

CAN YOU DO IT?
A RRANGE the nine digits-1,
4-1 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, r. and 9in
such a way that when the first
group is subtracted from the
third group, the product will be
the second group.
You're supposed to do this
within two minutes.

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SOLVE THIS ONE WITH SHEARS

'Piclever adaptation ot
tt: jigsaw puzzle is a
wits tester. Drawn in five
sections originally, these
sections were Jumbled to
effect the hodge-podge you
see at right.
The idea is to get out
scissors, mount the draw drawing
ing drawing on stiff paper for easier
handling and to rearrange
the sections so that one
perfect drawing is formed.
Some of the segments
must overlap to achieve the
final result.
Will it show one guose 01
two? How quickly can you
answer?

How Many Tiles?
THE floor of a square hall
I is tiled with square tiles.
Along the clqigonals there
are 125 tiles altogether.
How many tiles are there
in the floor?

'aulu-Spcis
pum paipunt; tut' puxignotil
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CROSS-DIGITS

AUROSS
Seventeen to one at this moment.
5. A number which when multiplied or
divided by 7 gives the same result.
6. Number of days in the only month in

which the vvinter solstice
could occur.
7. of the --
presidents of the U. S.
who were military men,
were buried at Arlington
National Cemetery.
9. Ike's present age.
10. Dealer's profit it
he buys 6 gallons of milk
at 52 cents a gal. and
sells it at 17 cents a
quart.
12. In the year 2052
they can say that the
U. S. bought Alaska

40A foreigner.
43Jesus told Peter that the cock
should not do this until he had
denied Jesus thrice (John
13:38)
45Denomination.
48Pendant ornament.
50Stops.
52Feminine name.
53Incarnation of Vishnu.

from Russia years ago.
13. Independence date in 1850.
15. 'Tis true Ln teaching. that it you
wait years. the discarded technique
will be back in practice again.
16. Fifty-eight feet less than a mile.

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some fun toy- A
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the diagrams at
right despite the
fact that each
word sought has
a sad connota connotat
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sho wn provide
clues as follows:
To begin, insert
each of the let let'
' let' -
ters now in sight
in the empty
spaces directly
below them. That :
is to say, in the
diagram at top
left, place A in
the four blanks
below it; El in the
three blanks, be below
low below it; etc.
Then, using a
system of trial
and error, insert
letters wherever
possible to form short horizontal words.
Trial letters must function ht vertical
rows, ttio, however, and each Must serve
toward making readable words in all hori horizontal
zontal horizontal rows.
It is not necessary to fill in the entire
lower diagram to determine the key

0111LE EXEIICISE

54Hebrew month.
55This many of the ten cleansed
failed to return to thank Jesus
(Luke 17:17)
56Snare
57Third book of the New Testa Testament.
ment. Testament. 58Employer.
59Lateral boundary.
62Mother of Cain (Gen. 4:1)

Gauze of Number Fun

DOWN
1. way for a bride to hang on to
her wedding ring is to dip it in dish water
times a day.
2. "heads are better than ."

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better than ---."
3. Lower half of TV.
4. Thr eet ime son
ehund red in crease dbys
ix.
b. "When you're right
will remembe r;
when you're wrong
forgets."
8. Half a yard.
10. Dewey destroyed
the Spanish fleet in 18.
"Five to seven" on
a cocktail invitation does
not mean
12. Tarkington book.
13. Half a dozen dozen.

H. Multiply the number of horns on a
horse's head, and add 42.
Thlips sans lips.
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number of smaller words which are found
within the framework of the larger one.
If you iind you cannot complete the
answers, one possible solution for each
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his defeated rival. neither read nor write, were re
buses like this? lower left, passing through each of the individual
areas once. They could cross paths wherever 7. of the
presidents of the U. S. -
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are busiare playing. A starts off. In or-
- What route would you have taken had you been
entered in this competition? Remember each of ere militar men
who w Y
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will remember; 111
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solved it.
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15. 'Tis true Ln teaching, that if you 17. Tulips sans lips.
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draw from his last, and so is
pretty sure to leave the way open one she likes best.
A certain wren
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dip wait years, the discarded technique
will be back in practice again.
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acrranggeeed. to form a sum, aa.
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jam as mEtny persons as possible Rearrange the five digits so B !Ivy Wheel Blues S. Uncle made famous by Harriet Reedier 111
into a phone booth. Prompted by that without changing the poill- 110(x letters wherever
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Trial letters must function in vertical a
number of smaller words which are found
Vag many nersons he could cram into 5. Scrooge's nephew: ---. within the framework of the larger one.
,, c a 4-figure sum expressed entirely spokes, how many spokes has it rows, ttio, however, and each thust serve
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Mr a phone booth on paper. The re- in the same dikits' (for example -20, 21 or 22? You may have & Snow White's sister: ---. toward making readable words in all hori- If you find you cannot complete the .
am. suit is shown above. How many
MK -persons are in the picture?
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1-The eighth book of the Old 3-Definite limit of time.
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denied Jesus thrice (John failed to return to thank Jesus 0',' 0 e,,,,,,,,,
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57-Third book of the New Testa- '0,(, 1 4;6, V, W 4e4r,,, 111111
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9-Stair parts.
113-Producera 50-Stops.
52-Feminine name.
53-Incarnation of Vishnu. '58-Employer.
59-Lateral boundary.
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Long-time Open Checker King
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A man's position to win in three
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color.
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A LITTLE BIT OFF COURSEThis looks like a scene out of Venice, but it's really a
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tot the opening of a special Italian fair. The city has several canals uf its own.

Roy Weimer holds Lucky, present record holder.

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Marg Richards and Gale Picard get their champs ready.

HOPPY EVENT

MARK TWAIN started it all when he heard the story of
the Jumping Frog of Calaveras county, at Angel's
Camp, Calif. Today, Angel's Camp keeps the memory of
the humorist and his famous story alive with the Jumping
Frog Jubilee. Crowds up to 24 thousand have watched
these hop, skip and jump matches of the best 15 frogs. A
frog jump is recorded as total of three jumpslike a hop,
skip and jump. Distance is measured in straight line from
starting point. One of the tcip records for a frog jump is 16
feet, 10 inches, made by a frog named Lucky in 1954. All
jumping purses are paid in cash. Total top purse of 61,000
is paid to any frog bettering the world mark and $500 to
first one equalling the record. If the record is not broken or
equalled, first place prize money is then worth only $300.

Hawaiian entry, under care of Reri Tona, feeds on fish.

A PAT SOLUTION FOR NIS FANSSunbathing.
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PUTTING THE BEES ON HERA swarm of bees take over the car of Mrs. Peggy Craig while she looks in,-
helplessly. She left her car parked on a Memphis, Tenn., street and went to her office. When. she returned,
bees had moved in. She couldn't leave until a bee man cleared them out. Bees didn't leave any honey.

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wearing a beret, but here he is, following his wife, Jane,
during an art-collecting tour that included a Venice visit.

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beauties in Miwrni, Pat Boonebeach towels with his picture ow thein. The. tetvels else
schemes for singer bear the inscription, "Always Your Boy--Pat Boone." They're a hit.

THEY LOVE A PARADELittle girls fall in line
behind an ROTC drill team at St. Peter's college
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'FIIICRE'i 1) PUPPY CLASS WINNER '- From left to right: Ilaria Leonerd's Penny: Charlene Bishop's Duchess el Balboi; littatgtedreptearhteoinfglaNstovyeemarhe, rth2ite folulin5cli.
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BEST MIXED BREED PUPPY
M. Trim's Frisky; and Betty Ann
A BOXFUL OF GOODIES Five
also shown in the fashion oarade.

BEST PEDIGRE;I 1) PUPPY CLASS WINNER From left to right:
Mat- F.-Brenes Baron; and Larry Nessier's Wilke 'mina.

CLASS WINNERS From left to
Womble's Tippy.

little Boston Te niers entered by
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Mrs. Grace R. Larimore, and
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Sunday Amencan Supplement

Edward Deveau's

By PHILIP L. DADE
President, Canal Z0110 Society,
for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals
The first tnnual Pet and Hot Se
Show given at the Balboa Stadium
byNthe Canal Zone Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animists,
was voted by the hundreds of spec spectators
tators spectators present as being by far one
of the most entertaining and suc successful
cessful successful community "fiestas" ever
to be held on the Canal Zone.
For general excitement ftnd in interest
terest interest among the junior sPeC1-
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Bishop's Duchess of Balboa ;

co
tors, to say nothing of the many
adult animal lovers who filled the'
stands, the contest among the
hundred and more four legged
prize seekers could hardly have
been exceeded.
The splendid pdformances giv given
en given by the youthful riders in the
horse jumping exhibition was but
another feature of the program
that was completely successful
froth the viewpoint of hoth per performers
formers performers and spectators.
Mrs. Ellen Bailey was the chair chairman
man chairman of the committee that pland
ned and presented the show.
Mrs. June H. Lee handled the
entries; Fred S. Rudesheim, the
horse show; Mrs. (Live Pajak,
cash, ticket sales; Mrs. Berta L.
Lewis, the prizes; Pete Monaco
and his Boy Scouts, refreshments;
Dr. A. Raymond, entertainment;
Phil Dade and Mrs. Catsy Taylor,
publicity; and Bill Bailey, Jr.,
Richard Bailey, Don Coffey, Wit WitItam
Itam WitItam L. Leyis, Bob Wide 11, and
the Mesdames E. W. Cofiey, II.
G. Foster, La Chapelle, K a.t L y
Wilber, Jackie Linker, J. W. Mul Muller,
ler, Muller, Katherine Fisher, and Misses
Judy HotS and .Drace Rider ar arranged
ranged arranged and prepared the stands,
exhibition I' platform, door prizes,
winning prizes, ticket sales, print printing
ing printing and programs, without which
the presentation could not have
succeeded.
The ,Society wishes to acknow acknowledge
ledge acknowledge publicly' its gratitude toJoel
Daly wile acted aS rnaster of cere ceremonies;'
monies;' ceremonies;' arid, -to the ,judget: Dr
Robert' Wallace, DritAntoine Ray Raymondo,Mal
mondo,Mal Raymondo,Mal Thmas,G Murnane
and Bea
The- support of tha,commumty
thli first effort by, the SPCA
made the shcow a financial success
althotigh this -wat,not at all the
primarylobject of' the show.
This performance' was arranged
ylth a two-fold purpose: to ring
the society 'and its members be before
fore before the, eyes of the public; and,
to stress the purposes of this or organization.
ganization. organization.
The constitution of the society
defines- its objectives as:
To promote kindness to and
prevent cruelty toward animals;
to sponsor education toward this
end; to promote legislation frir
the protection of wild life, and 10
assist the enforcement authorities
' by calling their attention tolilleg tolilleg,
, tolilleg, ed Niolations of the Canal Zone
laws in this regard.
Thoe society was organized the
latter part of last year, the found founding
ing founding date being November 24, 11)58.

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Ellen the last Thursday of each month
The expenses of the society are nia Roberts. Catsy Taylor,
only those of carhrg for and board- Bailey, Juni Lee, Kathy Wilber, at 7;30 p.m, and .the meetings are ''.-.').
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No members receive any reniuner-.' The public is urged to support At the last meeting held last .:l:,.
, atiott-of. any kind., ,: ,-,'., ,.: .: the. society by becoming members week, many itedms of considerable
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Lady, FaLady, PhylliS .1lenderso'fi,1). vice r.;re- nr committees already organized. formed in the city of Panama.
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sident; camsident; and Mrs. Berta Lewis, sec- Others lend moral and financial This- affiliation was warmly re- h
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retarytreasurer; .- -.,.. support. ,, .. ceived by ;the, Canal Zone g,renp.
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b I -'d The members of the board or Both and all are weleame. The Panama chapter will oper-
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, -.animal clinic at' Corozal:: ing orgartrzed on the Cr sto a si e
directors .a,re: Capt. W. S. Rodi- Membership forms may be ob ate under. the laws regulating such ..5;,.'.1.-
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' It can find homes for,' are turned H. Boyar . mon, Dr. A. Raymond, Lt. Col. tained from-either' Dade or Mrs. matters in the Republic of Pane.-
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H. W. Post, Maj.- B. A. -Darden, Lewis or any member of the exe. ma and Dr, Raymond feels that
,alver to them and' boarded'-until , : Rev. John H. Townsend; Bishop R. cutive committee. a great deal can be accomplished ,.,...-',..1
Citable persons for adoption. ire Any.person, regardless of' place Heber Gooden, Rabbi Nathan Wit- i Arrangements have been made (Continue." on rage 6)
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In the short period of time since
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Arrangements' hat,. been made
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Civil Affairs Bureau to utiliza at
Cost, the facilities of the small
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Animals which the society feels
it can find homes for, are turned
ever to them and boarded'- until
suitable persons for adoption ire
found. Many dogs and ,cats have
been satisfactorily loc a d
homes.
Complaints on cruelty to ani animals
mals animals made to the members, neve
been investigated with the full
cooperation of the Canal Zone po police.
lice. police. Both Gov. and Mrs. William E.
Potter and Gen. and Mrs. Ridgley
Gaither have paid the society the
honor of becoming sponsors of
this organization.
A ROTAL PRINCE gains' the
.
grown -ta, Prince Pedro Miguel,
olst prize winner in the pedigreed
dog class, shows .off to trophy.
Don andlJrsula Dewey of Curun Curundu
du Curundu Heights are Ilia proud owners.
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WINNERS --'Prom left to right: Mit, Margaret 'Rennie's Domino;
Diablo; William T, Jamison's Paneho; Velma Medina's Tuffy; and

While the activities of the socie society
ty society are restricted to the C'anal
Zone; many of its melubers are
residents of the Republic of Fa Fatiama
tiama Fatiama where, it is hoped, a com companion
panion companion group will be- established.
A chapter of the society is be being
ing being organized on the Cristobal side
under the direction of Mrs. Arthur
H. Hoyard.
Arty person, regardless of place
of residence is-eligible for mem membership.
bership. membership. The sole income of the
society has been its membership
dues which arel2 a year for adult
and $1. a year for juniors.

I l'EPIGREED CAT CLASS WINNERS front left to tight: Mrs.
'': Robert C. Itinzet's Dial) lito Xichael Doran's Tito; ,and Lemore C
4.
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There are more than 200 mem members
bers members enrolled to date.
The expenses of the society are
only those of caring for and board boarding
ing boarding animals at the Corozal
No members receive any remuneratioit-of
any kind.
The present executive commit committee
tee committee consists of the following offi officers;
cers; officers; Philip L.' Dade, president;
Lady Phyllis Henderson, vice pre president;
sident; president; and Mrs. Berta Lewis, secretary-treasurer.
'
The members of the board of
directors are: Capt. W. S. Rodi Rodimon,
mon, Rodimon, Dr. A. Raymondo, Lt. Col.
H. W. Post, Maj.- B. A. -Darden,
Rev. John 11. Townsend; Bishop R.
Reber Gooden, Rabbi Nathan Wit

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Theodo ra Quinn's Paddy; Mrs.
SSgt. L. E. Bandit.

kin, Miss Grace Rider, and Mes Mesdames
dames Mesdames -Charles L. Dasher, Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia Roberts. Catsy Taylor, Ellen
Bailey, Juni Lee, Kathy Wilber,
and Thelma Jamison.
The public is urged to support
the society by becoming members
and joining Jts educational pro program.
gram. program. Many members are taking
an ,active part in one of the many-
committees already organized.
Others lend moral and financial
support.
Both and all are welc9me.
Membership forms may be ob
tained from-either'Dade or Mrs.
Lewis or any member of the exe.
cutive committee.
Arrangements have been made

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Lilyan E. Panzer proudly shows Bunker. the
Keer's GenghilliCh4L.,; k',''):,, I , ( 4 )
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Vera Aithen's Veras Raseale,

with the TY.S.O. Jewish Welfare
Board to hold meetings there on
the last Thursday of each month
at 7;30 p.m, and the meetings are
open to the public.
At the last meeting held last
week, many items of considerable
interest were discussed.
Dr. Raymond stated that a
chapter of die society is being
formed in the city of Panama.
This affiliation was warmly re received
ceived received by the Canal Zone grmip.
The Panama chapter will oper operate
ate operate under the laws regulating such
matters in the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama and Dr. Raymond feels that
a great deal can be accomplished
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- Full tioon
The day Is ours together.
The moon of our simple knowledge
Mat was a halt moon
Tonight doubles at the full.

Girl of gentle weather,
May the moon on our newvillage
Send a fair light down
And bid the davtn stand still
Until each thing is another
And there is nothing for a wedge
Between halves of a moon
That rides all night at the full.

0
Told By Seafearers

It is told by seafarers
To children who would go to sea.
When the moon on the sea
Lies full, it is then the life-bearers
Abound in the deep, and a pillar
From the rocking sea
Rises, as the god sea
To the moon becomes the straight sailor.
Fair girl here on the grasses
Of aftcrnoons. as on a sea seaDoor
Door seaDoor grasses wave in the sea,
Lying togethet in this grass oasis,
We teach you how the Pea rises
And the grass teems in the sea
When a moon li2s full on the sea
As tell the seafarers, in the sea's disguises.

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Leap:ng Falls
The morning of the winter's
n Coldest day, I tried
In desperate concentration
To read Saint Paul,
But though I clung to the words
They whirled and hurled me out.
And so it was I sheered,
Eccentric, into
Outer space,
And tracked with my paces
The forgotten journey of a child
Across the creaking snow,
Up the deer-trail,
Beyond the idled sawmill,
Over the snowdrifted hill
Into the country where
A boy once climbed, and found
The gorge of Leaping Falls.
I thought back on boyhood
And slimmer. on thp rock-shelved
Falls as once they were.
Routing from ledge to ledge.
A tumult at sunrise. the school
And the pageant of my days.
Now theY were draped
Without motion or sound.
Icic leg fastened in stories
On stillness and rock Underneath
A heap of icicles broken
Lay dead blue on the snow.
Cold was through and through.
Noiseless. Nothing. nothing
Save clouds at my nostrils
Motioned. Then I uttered a word,
Softly a bleak word
Slid from the lips: at which
A topmost icicle clime loose
And tell, and struck another
With-a bell-like sound. and
Another, and the falls
Leapt at their ledges. ringing
1ovm the rocks and on each other
Like an outbreak of bells
,hat rinks and ceases.
The siletce turned around
And was silence again.
Beneath the falls on the snow
A twigfin of leIcka burned pale blue.

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- WASHING'rON Sen. Gale Mc McGee
Gee McGee ta,a handsoine yotmg prefes prefessor
sor prefessor of history at the University
of Wyoming who decided to make
history in, the U.S. Senate. He is
doing so.
Young Vice President Richard
M. Nixon, recognizing ability, has
been quite friendly, sometanes
jumps over ienior Senators when
he's presiding; to recognize Mc McGee.
Gee. McGee.
During -a recent "morning ses session",
sion", session", sion" when senators are
supposed to speak only three min minutes,
utes, minutes, Nixon once again recogniz recognized
ed recognized McGee. He smiled pleasantly.
But as McGee began to talk, NiT NiTon's
on's NiTon's smile fadad. He got red in
the face, began watching his
watch.
McGee was explaining to the
Senate how Adm. Lewis Strausa
had deceived the Senate Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Committee in
testifying for his confirmation as
Setretary- of Commerce' He
showed bow Strauss had told the
House Appropriations Committee,
one thing and the Senate Com Com;erce
;erce Com;erce Committee exactly the op opsite.
site. opsite. "Tbe time has come to assess
the pattern of this man's public
conduct," McGee asserted. "Not'
only is he wrong, he has tried to
deceived a committee if the Sen Senate."
ate." Senate." Nixon banged his gavel. "The
Senator's time has expired," he
said.
"I psk unanimous consent to
proceed for 30 seconds more."
Nixon couldn't very well re refuse.
fuse. refuse. For Sen. Jack Javits, New
York Republican, had just spok,
en for 10 minutes, despite the
tbree-minute limitation on debate.
So Nixon quietly sent a messen messenger
ger messenger to McGee, then gaveled him
to Ms seat.
As' he stopped, up Jumped Sen Senators
ators Senators Engle of California, Moss
of Utah, and- Yarborough of Tax Taxa&
a& Taxa& "Will the Senator yield'?'
, they chorused.
1 But Nixon wouldn't recognize
Ahem. He knew they were going
,to support McGee's criticism of
Strauss. He looked straignt
through them and recognized
someone else.

CENSORING RECORD
That night, however,' the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record was careitily
changed. Next morning, Smators
who took Dart in the debate read
a completely altered version.
The Javits speech which lasted
10 minutes in violation of the
three-minute rule, was broken up
into three sections of about three
minutes each.
A speech made by' Engle on
Strauss later, was shoved forward
in the Congressional Record to
make it appear that he had peen
recognized at the time Nixon re refused
fused refused id recognize him.
Finally, the record was chanc chanced
ed chanced so that Sen. Steve Young O Ohio
hio Ohio Democrat, was made to ap appear
pear appear the presiding officer who
gaveled McGee to his seat. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, it was Nixon.
But no one would ever know it
from reading the censored Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record next morning.
Note It's wonderful what you
can do in Senate debate whep
you can change the stenographic
on tes afterward.
-
HARRY SHOOTS FROM H!P
1
After last-talking Harry Truman
got off his criticism of the Un-American
Activities Committe -the
other day, Congressman 'John 11c 11cCormack
Cormack 11cCormack of Boston told him:
"Didn't you knew, Mr. Presi President,
dent, President, that when you made that
crack about the Un-American Ac Activities
tivities Activities Committee you were ac actually
tually actually shooting at your old friend,
Congressman Francis Walter el
Pennsylvania, Who is chairman
of the Committee?"
"You know," replied the ex exPresident,
President, exPresident, a little rueltilly, "when
I shoot from the hip sometimes
shoot myself in the rear end."

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; By DREW BEARS911'.

Me: he singled out Frank Smothers
Keil- for- a chummy handshake. He
lity knew Smothers was the'father of
lake potent'SenGeorge Smothers el
e is Florida. .Probably what Ehrush-1
chev didn't know was that Sena-1
tard tor Smothers defeated Sen.1
has Claude l'epper of Florida by cos cosmes
mes cosmes tigating him. for making a triP 1
len to Moscow and- Interviewhig StaMe-
How tb..es have changed!
6es. Sen. Hubert Humphrey, who In Inare
are Inare terviewed Ehrushchev last fall,
aie. said the Russian Premier knew
:eta. more sibout American politics
itly. than he, Humphrey and Hubert
Nix. is running for President
his Dick Harkness, radio commenta commentator,
tor, commentator, has been working on Sena Senator
tor Senator Gore of Tennessee to keep
the him lined up for Strauss.-Pouline
RUSS Gore,- wife of the Senator, has
iter- been workhig to unline Sen Sen,
, Sen, in ators are specualting as to who
m as will have the most influence ---
He Harkneu or Mrs. Gore.
the
ittee PAN AM E R !CAN
POLICE FORCE
alert, Sen, George
sess Smothers, who follows
merican -affairs closer than al al'Not
'Not al'Not most any other Senator, reaped
d to criticism from Cuban Castroites
sea. when he proposed an Inter-A

Inierican police force to keep the
peace in ,Latin America.
Actually, n-great many' Latin
Americans strongly-.- s n VI or t
Smothers. Furthermover-the Y
nizatimi of Amerkan States t' 11 as
acted -with vigor and efficiency
in preventincwar between 'the 4,;,,
Central American, cotmtries
cent, in stopping the invasioa of
Panama bY Castro's Cuban lore--
- Smothers mould go -further
and organize -'voltmteer units
from the 21, nations to act under
Ithe Pan American Union.
However, Revolucion, the voice
of Fidel Castro's revolutionury
govemment, has now accused
Smothers of trying to establish a
military force to protect U.S.
vestments.
Significantly. Revolucion's edi editor,
tor, editor, Carlos Franqui, was &Ingot-,
ed mith the' Communist Party
before 1953.-He worked thi Com Communist
munist Communist newspaper Hoy until it
was closed in 1953, then helped
publish a weekly underground
newsletter for the Reds.
Note Smothers has also pro proposed
posed proposed an exchange of newsmen
between the Americas. "1 intend
to introduce legislation," be laYsi
"which will encourage journalists
to oxplore, discover, and study
freedom of the press in thie coun- 7
try and fit the countries to the
south of us."

1301

Sidney Frey, who started the proponents of the multiple mien mienstampede
stampede mienstampede to stereo records does phone technique when other en.,
not think he acted hastily., gineers were using one micro.
"Why, stereo came in Wall .phone. We have always believed
fewer problems than long pla7 in maximum presence.
records, and look what LP tad, Frey likes to talk about the
said FreY, president of Audio Fl; care and preservation of records.
He says that as soon as a listener
delity, Inc. of New York, menu menufacturer
facturer menufacturer of high quality records. has finished playing a record, he
ought to take it off the turntable
In January. 1958, Frey sot the
Westrex Laboratories to make immediately, put it hack into the
plastic bag and sUck it in the
him a sample master record web
their 45-45 system. Until then, jacket.
Westrex stereo had been heard Records are made out of a
only in the laboratory. material that attracts deist and
Frey made up a batch of steteo Frey says that dust is twice as
records and sent them out to en- bad for stereo records as it is
gineers and critics. None was sold for monophonic disks. ,
but they were heard widebl .The reason is that -the stereo
enough for the record industry -U. stylus is smaller than a mono monoadopt
adopt monoadopt the Westrex system as phonic stylus and rides closer to
standard. the bottom of the groove. Hence,
Furthermore, lik let the stereo every speck of dust in Ute groove
cat out of the big and every res wiU make a pop in the leudspeak leudspeakcord
cord leudspeakcord company started making er.,
,
two-channel records.
There has been some thought
that stereo should have stayed in
the laboratory until its develop t., --14--in
ment was further advance. Frey .,,,f, 31.
doesn't think so. He says stereo r-,-)1 .1
records are going to AA a lot lest- :.:t,--,00.., PHOTOGRAPHY
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"On stereo, any record sounds .,
twice as big," he says. "One ot
the main reasons it's going as
big as it is is because it gives a Most modern cameras come e eperson
person eperson closer emotional contact quipped with a flash shutter, a
with the music, built-in mechanism- whIch closes
i "He hears the tuba in one place an electrical circuit so that' the
and the trombone in another and flash tamps are fired in synchro synchrothe
the synchrothe trumpet in the middle and it nization with the opening of the
provides a tremendous emotional shutter.
satisfaction for him." Such an arrangement obviates
In his monophonic records es- the need tor an external synchro synchropecially,
pecially, synchropecially, Frey has been criti- nizer, The only additional equip equipcilia
cilia equipcilia for not giving his music ment required is adAnexpensive
, a setting; that is, not making flash bulb bolder with both a re reit
it reit plain to listener that it is in flector and electrical cennectionS
studio, a night club or 6 hall- to fit, the shutter. ..
Frey also has an answer for Because of,the turrent popular popularthis.
this. popularthis. ' ity of portable electronic flash u u-
- u- "Some of the things we have nit3,
done have no room sound," h most modern shutters are
1--e a so "synched" for "X" or "ne
said. But on Ow s ntimint
"- -- -- --Yin.,------e delay lag." That is, the elettonies
s.Ound we recorded riiently
the Firet Component Series) we
--.-- most immediately aftert he cur cur(lla
(lla cur(lla units reach peak light output al.
searched all over. for the proper
concert hall. rent is applied.
Whed using flash bulbs of the
"We put In room sound wkere it Id class, (such as the No. 5, 25 or
Is important. But- where you have M5), the tlutter should.be set at
to de it at the expense of pres- 'Iv
enee, why
bether? if the l'ild compensate tor the time lag in
product is pleasing and has ap- This adjusts th canner. to
getting the flash bulb to reach Kt
peal and isn't a monstrosity or in
bad taste, I say, it's justified.
Some miniature flash bulbs (the
' "Records are an entity .ln them- full brillance or peak...
selves, like -paintings.' Nobody
criticizes a painting because It is class but have an average peak
' bo t 15 11U-seconds.
M2 and M25) belong to no special
time of a u m
not absolutely-true to life.
"We use. es many microphones :I:hey synch
rordze at the "r srt.

- POLITICAL POTPOURRI bad taste, I say it's justified. AU" 111""U"'.2 Vn V'''...
' ' ' "Records are an entity in them- Some miniature flash bulbs Ithe
Don't underestimate the polite- selves, like paintings. Nobody
al sagacity of Nikita Khrusbcnev. criticizes a painting because it is M2 and M25) belong to no special
It was no accident that, in pos- not absolutely-true to life. class, but have an average peak
time of about 15 milli-seconds.
ing for photographers with a "We use. os many microphones They synchronize at the "r 6,-
group of American businessmen, as we need, I Was one of the Iirst ting. ., .,
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of Wyoming ilia decided to make potent SenGeorge Smathers el Americans strongly-- -sup,portk
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- history in the U.S. Senate. He is Florida. .Probably what !thrush- Smathers. Furthermore,--the orgo,.. y
g? doing 50. t A, chev didn't know was that Sena- nizatioii of Amerkan States ,"' ilas s
- Young Vice President Richard tor Smathers defeated Sen. acted -with vigor and efficiency -.,, ,: :
- M. Nixon, recognizing ability, has Claude l'epper of Florida by cas- in preventiecwsr between Iht ,ot
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BENNETT ','-'-''
---nWASHINGTON (NEA)
pobb'caa National -.Com nil tie e,
chairman Thruston- B.- Morton h
' becoming known ab,the most mo modest
dest modest gt7 hi Washbigton.
example of the Kentucky
sniator's assuming personality
, Is tbe way be describes his World
qk War experiences.
- ',Morton explains that he com commanded
manded commanded a World War I yintagel
, destroyer that Owed targets, Pic'
, the newer, ships to shoot
- was not the' moot, glamorous shin
-tbe Navy," be says, "and
knoiv has long since gone to
the scrap beap.''
- -
The following sign- as stein in
Whits House stag office; "Are
you a max ot a mouse? Squeak
Shertii before leaying Washirg Washirgtoe
toe Washirgtoe to rini for -the Israeli par parliament,
liament, parliament, Ambassador Abbe -Zinn
was honored at gigantic testi testimonial
monial testimonial dinner.
On hand were scores of &gni &gnitaries,
taries, &gnitaries, including Chief Justice
Earl Warren; Sen. Jacob Javits
(R-NS), Sen. Everett Dirksen
and Rep. Jobe McCor McCormack
mack McCormack (D-Mass.)
Each ins gime a long, glowing
spe,ech prabing Ebel for his utile
years of work as Israeli's first
, ambassador to the when the
last speaker bad finished, Etna
stood lip and said: -
"Atter all this I have just bessid,
R sounds as if I picked the wrong
country in which to nni for office."

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Most nerve,racking ordeal of
the month ,3vas suffered by 14
bartenders at the annual blowout
tossed by the Sheraton Carleton
, and-Sheraton Park hotels.,
Prom four bars 'spotted around
thelarge ballroom, they tried to
serve 3006 guests plus an unknown
Illumber of gate crashers.
The hordes of thirsty people s'o
tinnerved the bartenders that they
gave op trying to measure-the
Squor. Instead, the just sloshed it
Into-the glasses.
The result was that any guest,
who didn't want to be carried
home, quit after his second drink.
Veteran partygoers voted the gin
and tonics as the strongest they
' had ever tasted.

The Maraudiii-s, by Charlton
Ogburn, Jr. (Harper)! 'Fhe tri triumphs
umphs triumphs and final tragedy of
o' America's most famous ba...,
organizationsMerrill's Maraud Marauders,
ers, Marauders, 3,000 volunteers who fought
up to 27,000' Japanese in north northern
ern northern Burma in the early days of
2944. The Marauders waged five
major and 17 minor battles Au
three months, during which they
marched 600 to 700 miles over
some of the toughest terrain, on
earth.
Few U.' S. soldiers have ever
been asked to give so much in
return for so little recogniton,
and in time the Marauders be became
came became discouraged and angrY angrYAn
An angrYAn inspection in May, 1944, re revealed
vealed revealed 'an almost complete
breakdown of moraler----and the,
unit was disbanded. Few books
have captured the sound, smell
and !Orkin of battle as accurate accurately
ly accurately as this one.

Jey Ride, by Dwight- Taylor
(Putnam): Among the golden
lads and lasses of the 1920's,
Taylor had a special privilege:
be was not only a talented artist
and writer but through the
friends of his mother -- Laurette
Taylor, the beloved actress .ho
bad entree ,to the intelientual
lite of the, age.
On 'John Barrymore's advice
, ibt went to art school rather
' than college: Somerset Maugham
- saved idm from 'shipboard tard
saved him front 'shipboard card
Aar end- Scott '.Fitzgerald
remembered idm b story
Crazy Sunday") which proved
ddt
that fiction can be stranger
than truth, This is less of a me memoir
moir memoir than. a collection of nee

';re

- Mayflower Hotel knout man manager
ager manager Walter Heligniann ban yet to
be faced via a problem that be
ten't -solve bens it tomes tivar tivarran,
ran, tivarran, Tenor glastapanimateolesilawts jut,
to do when a minister drnn't shwa
up to give the Invotatino at a re resent
sent resent Rivers sad Harbors Congress
luncheon.
- He walked dews the ball le an another
other another luncheoll whicb was lien
tossed ,by Ate National- &location
Ann.'rJuvenile Delinquency Coul
rnittee.-Thio rooas was loaded
-
Seligman asked he it-volunteer
to fill in lort- the mhaiug 6417-
maa.-1,10; got one right away.
Hi ,ps of the lithei depirtment:
Members' of the, Aircraft Indus Industries'
tries' Industries' .-.;',Assn. recently yoted
amigo the ogranizatien's seine
In the AereePeee Industries ei.gso
A Ifilton Hotel promoter MAI,
"'The Lunar-11111on be the
Meet modern hotel in the univeree
Each mons have built gra graVitYr
VitYr graVitYr ,
Best novelty song lyrics at Ose
Women's National Press Club's
amulet stint party were the ,ones
about Defense Departmeat See.
Neil McElroy and the Halpern.
Court Justices.
To the tune of lilt rock 'n'
number "Yakety Yak," the gals
sang 'this about McElroy:
"How tan I snake our missiles
zoom,

I'm always in the bearing room,
Jost when we're aiming at the
sky.
I have to go and testify."

The lyrics to the Supreme Court
ditty were Jung to the June el
"Mice Blue Gown."
"In our neat little flowing black
gowns.
-
'We're the most controversial
around,
The American Bar says we're
going too far,
And both Congress and Ike say
we certainly are.
MI the others are rtting in gear
For they know 1960 is near.
And while they're campaigning,
We'll keep right to reigning;
In our neat little flowing black
gowns."

11 What Do You Read? 1

A Few Quick Ones, by P. G.
Wodehouse (Simon and Schuster):
If you're a Wodebouse fanand
they must be legion inasmuch as
Ile 78-year-old creator of leeves
and Berlie Wooser- has publish published
ed published no less than 60 books this.
one is right up your laugh'ng al alley.
ley. alley. Some old Wodehouse frineds
are on hand for the high :links.
There's the perfect butler Jeeves,
who once again gets his master.
bat-brahied Bertie Woover, out
of trouble: nastily wealthy Oofy
Prosser, who is taxed almost be beyond
yond beyond endurance to get out of
marrying a repulsive woman;
and Bingo Little, who hides in a
barret with a beautiful readhead.'
Wacky, farcical and very funny.
-
Command the Morning, by
Pearl S. Buck (John Day): In
this novel Miss Buck poses a
question: Is the modern scientist
responsible for the results-of his
inventions- such as the stain
bomb? Her story personalized
the Manhattan Project, whichled
to the incineration of Hiroshima
and Nagasaki. Here are the men,1
and one woman, who conceived
the idea and rushed it to comple completion
tion completion in the hope that it would
never have to be used.
But the question le not answer answered
ed answered here or elsewhere. Instead
Miss Buck takes a koPeful loolf
into the future bito countries
such es India where Isotopes and
nuclear fission and fusion may
help feed millions, heal lepers,
remove ancient social barriers.

'dotes recalling Taylor's expriene'es-
with the notable and the gro gro1
1 gro1 tesque during his early manhood.

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MIXED BREED KITTEN AND CAT CLASS WINNERS Prom left to right: Jeanne Walker with 3eivel; Bette Stringee WM Samson and Delila; -Joan Mtdler with Fluf Fluffy;
fy; Fluffy; Thomas, looking comfortable in his lovely clown cos taint, owned by- Gene and Pamela Holcomb; and Tom owned by Penny Catron. ; , ,, , -
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A PEKINGESE of royal lineage
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"Bunny" Rudesheim wins first prize

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Fort Gulick.

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"TAMMY" Mimed by Velma Me:.
dine. This little lady seems to be
asking, "Why is everyone looking
at me? I know I'm pretty, but
I'm new at this sort of thing
haven't been around too long!"

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especially in the field of legislation
and law enforcement in the capi capital
tal capital city.
Mrs. Lewis reported that to date
the society has been successful m
finding homes through adoption of
52 cats and dogs in the commtmi commtmiOf
Of commtmiOf special interest, the secreta secretary
ry secretary reported on the dog whiCh al almost
most almost stole the pet shoW.

ON YOU MD "Bendita't ownd by Joey- Bremer .ol Curundu
Heights, opened the show and led the parade of pets..1
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This was a gangling yellowish yellowishbrown
brown yellowishbrown pooch-who came in unat-
tended and calmlY paraded on te
the judging stand with the first
half-dozen entries.
All efforts to get him to ceasi
and desist were unavailing an
he was filially carried off the fie
by young Batley and spent the
rest of the night in his sedan.-
The society was interested tit
thiS animal but unfortunately he
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BEST MIXED BREED DOG CLASS WINNERS From left to right: Mrs. Lee Bevil le's Lady; Valerie Smith's Skipper; Mrs. William L Lewis' Minds; and Albert
Abreu's Jeff.

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(Confinuod from Piga 6)
got away and it was not until last
week that he 'was again appre apprehended,
hended, apprehended, this time by Mrs. Lewis
herself.
The dog, however, brought a
friend with him so instead of one
there were two strays needing
homes. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of
Balboa has adopted the show showstealer
stealer showstealer and Mrs. Lewis still has
his fuzzy friend which is available

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The society also has at Corozal
an attractive black and wilite
il last male terrier (type) dog which is
tppre- anxious to find a home'.

In addition there are several
cats, including a mother and her
three-month-old kitten. Both of
these animals are colored orange
and white and would make nice
pets for someone. There are also
a coUple of gray cats that are up
for adoption.

tor adoption. Ile pictures illustrating tho pet
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FOUND A HOME by the SPCA.
"Sandy" bads the way. This tute
pup ig now the proud possession
of Timothy Pettr 'Ayes, son of
Sgt. and Mrs. William E. 'Ayes
of Quarry Heights. ;
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show were taken by Maj. Dailey.
who jesides at Fort Kobbe. He
stated that reprints are available.
Anyone who feels that there is
valid ground for complaint of the
manner in which some allimal is
being treated or abused, should
contact the Society and an inves investigation
tigation investigation of the alleged cruelty Will
be made. Mrs. Kathy Wilber is
the chairman of the Complaints
Committee and Maj. B. A. Darden
chief of the Canal Zone Policl, is
chairman. .of the Investigations
Committee.
Mrs. Berta Lewis of Curundu is
chairman of the Adoptions Com Committee
mittee Committee and anyone interested in
obtaining a pet through the socie society
ty society shou:d contact her.

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TEE CALL ME the Rock of Gibraltar but my real name is Mike of
Glengarry Here Alike relaxes for a few minutes during the shoW
while owntr Ralph Burda keeps an eye on him.

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