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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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
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Classification:
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force the West' into a Conference at the ,Summit. -
Four foreign ministers wound up six weeks of negotiations and headed into a
, threemeek "cooling off" recess today after a six.minute closing session and a final corn corn.
. corn. muniquo which emphasized their failure- to reach any kind of common ground.
The communique said:
"At the eonference of the foreign ministers in Geneva, which began on May 11,
1959, a broad exchange of views Was found between the participants on the subject un under
der under discussion.
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cessary. The ministers, agree to remiss and to resume the work of the conference in
Geneva on July 13."
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was suggested a week ago by
West German Chancellor Konrad
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UP President Frank-011. Bartholo Bartholomew
mew Bartholomew in Bonn. (
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ter Herter lunched with Soviet Foreign
Minister 'Andrei Gromykb before
returning to 'Washington by plane
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versation conversation but the meeting was
described as a "duty lunch",owed
by Gromyko ,to Herter.
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MUSSOGRIE, India, 3'une 20 --
(13P1)The Dalai Lama said to today
day today he would not return to Tibet
unless his rights and prowers en
joyed before 1950 were restored.
The young God-king, ousted laY
the communist Chinese, ,to Id news
men he might tour India and oth other
er other countries,.. but. refuses' to give
details of his plans.
The Dalai was replaced by the
pro-communist Panchen Lama as
nominal ruler- of the Himalayan
state, after the red Chinese crush crushed
ed crushed a revolt by Tibetan tribesmen
and forced the 'Uhl to flee into
exile here.
The Dalai said the Chinese had
no idea that he 'was planning to
escape and said his volunteer Ti Tibetan
betan Tibetan guards comprised a very
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teries MORSteries were destroyed in the Ti Tibetan
betan Tibetan fighting and thousands of
monks were massacred and eap eaplured.
lured. eaplured. The Dalai appealed to nations of
the world to aid the Tibetan cattse
and said he would welcome a meet meeting
ing meeting on lite issue between premiers
Jawaharlal Nehru of' India and
Chou En-Lai of Red China. Ile
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testy with East Germany back backed
ed backed by the full weight of Rus Russian
sian Russian arms.
New fuel could be tossed on the
Berlin crisis by the decision of the
West CTerman government to hold
its presidential elections July 1 in
the former capita: city of Germa GermaHriy.i
Hriy.i GermaHriy.i 110 miles inside the Iron Cur
tam. 'rhe Communists have warn warned
ed warned they will clamp a new block blockade
ade blockade on the disputed city during
any such elections.
Some hint of the Soviet inten intentions
tions intentions on Berlin may ,come in a
communique expected to be re re,
, re, leased shortly hi Moscow on the
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propagandu canipaign on the big
tOtir foreign- ministers even before
the recess, was formally declared,
;Radio Moscow, in a broadcast
to Southeast Mit, said the ministers-
recessed without the West
bothering to 'look into t'he es essence"
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Eufogies From Theater Stars Mourn
Passing Of Beloved Ethel Barrymore

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HOLLYWOOD, CUPI) Starsi
of the theatrical world today
mourned the death of Ethel Bar Barrymore,
rymore, Barrymore, the last of America's
royal family of tbe theater.
Miss Barrymore, who would
have been 80 Aug. 15, died at her
Beverly Hills home in her sleep
Thursday from a heart ailment.
She had been bedridden for about
a year.
Tentative funeral plans called
for Roman Oatho lic services Stm Stmday
day Stmday or Monday with burial at
CalVary Cemetery in the Acme
crypt with ,the remains of Joim
amd Lonel Barrymore.
In New York, he lights of the
Ethel Barrymore Theatre were
dimmed for five minutes before
the start of an evening perform performance
ance performance Thursday night.
"She was one of tbe most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful women of ,the theater," said
Billie Burke widow of showman
Florent Ziegfeld and a longtime
film actress. "We have been
through a lot together, have al always
ways always been devoted to her, and
so was Flo."

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The United States, Britain and
France have made it plain they
will resist any Soviet plan to get
them out of Berlin before an all allGerman
German allGerman settlement.

Senator Predicts
Foreign Aid Cut
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Will Be Restored
WASHINGTON 0.TPI) Sen.
Bourke B. Hickenlooper (R-lowa)
predicted Friday that the Senate
would restore part of the 366,00,
000 cut made by the House in
President EiLienhower's foreign
aid program,,,
,
Iticitenlooper, tu member s 'the
Senate-t Foreign' -Relstion4Committee,
Said the House action was
"undoubtedly ,too much of a cut".
The House 'carried L542,600,000
which is more than half a billion
dollars less than a 4,100,000,000
program approved by the Senate
committee.
The deepest Hous'e cut wss in
military Ad. Eisenhower strongly
objected to the 160-million dollar
slash ordered by the House.
"The first lady of the American
theater is gcme," said Charles
Brackett, prominent movie produc producer.
er. producer. "Her accomplishment of stage
and screen was glorious, and her
contribution to life was even great greater."
er." greater." Actor-sisger Frank Sinatra said
don't know what to say. She
was a great. lady."
"Broadway actress Judith An Anderson
derson Anderson wept when she learned the
news.
" 'There is a new star in the
sky and the glory of the heav heavens
ens heavens is my infinite sorrow'," she
quoted.
Mss Barrytnore's lest profession professional
al professional appearance was in a 1957 TV
spectacular. Her son, Samuel Colt,
was at her bedside when she died
as was her nurse, Anna Albert.
Miss Barrymore's last profession
15, 1879 in Philadelphia, the -child
of a theatrical family. Her father
was Maurice Barrymore and her
mother Georgianna Drew Barry Barrymore.
more. Barrymore. They 'headed a stock com company.
pany. company. Her uncle was theater im immortal
mortal immortal John Drew.

PANAMA,' R. P., SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1954

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RP Physician Is
Best-Loved,
Magazine Says
NEW YORK, June 20 (UPI)
Dr. Rafael Estevez of Aguadulce,
Panama is the subject of an at..
ticle in the Readers Digest of Ju
ly entitled "the Best Loved Man
in Panama."
At 63, says Readers Digest, Dr.
Estevez has taken care of four
generatons of,many Panama fam familes
iles familes and has 271 godchildren. One
Panamanian is quoted as saying:
"If he ever ran for president it
wouM be a one-candidate election.,
They couldn't get anyone to run
against Mm."
He was at times the only physi physician
cian physician for 150,000 people in four
provinces and Ms first operating
table was made with folding legs
to fit in the back seat of a model
T Ford. "Frequently he could not
reach a patient except by horse horseback
back horseback or on,,foot. He 'operated, in
ititchenZ thatched", hutit:Lot440en
pastures, by lantern- et, ),011;10,1e'
light." -
The Artie by Scott Seegers re recalls
calls recalls that at the 60-bed Marcos
Robles Hospital opened at -Agaduke
in 1928, Estevez rediscover rediscovered
ed rediscovered the long-disregarded principle
of early ambulation.
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Teen-Age Slayifr
Of Child Is Senr
To Reform School
PHILADELPHIA (IIP0-- Ed Edward
ward Edward J. Cooney Jr., 15-year-old
honor student with "poor -judgment
and lack of foresight: was
sentenced Friday to a state in industrial
dustrial industrial school for the strangula strangulation
tion strangulation of 3-year-old Becky Holt.
Judge J. Sydney Hoffman or ordered
dered ordered that Cooney be given psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric treatment before ,,,being
sent to the industrial school at
Camp Hill, Pa., for an Indefnite
term to extend at least until he
is 21 years old.
Hoffman's decision, based on
psychiatric reports, received the
'complete" agreement of dist.
Atty. Victor Blanc.
The court appointed psychia psychiatrists
trists psychiatrists were agreed that Cooney,
who confessed the killing., ean be
rehabilitated with proper treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Cooney killed Beeky inthe
basement of his home last -.Tune
4. His ,confession aid lie','Was
overcome by a "sudden urge"
when the child followed his dog
into the house. He surrendered to
pollee seven hours after confes confessing
sing confessing the crime to it priest at his
parish church.
Earlier, Blanc said he would
not seek to try Cooney for mur murder.
der. murder. Singapore Mothers
Say,llo To Plan ,:,
To Sterilize Theip
SINGAPORE (UPI) Women
here Friday denounced, a proposal
that mothers with time livieg
children voluntarily undergo Ster Sterilization
ilization Sterilization to prevent, over popula population
tion population of this new self-governing
state.
Me suggestion was made bY
Prof. B. Sheares. head of the
Departmest of Obitetrics and
Gynecology at the University ef
Malaya "it
, Mrs. Rosalie Hermon, secretary
of the Chinese Ladies Asan.,.: 'alto
leized the idea,
"'What happens V a widow or ,a
divorcee who has been sterilized
remarries'' she said. "Few medr
I think, would like 'to marry ..
woman who Cannot ear chit,
dren."
Other women reacted eclually so
'strongly against the propoial.
"To give birth to a child is'
one of the pmudest duties ei a'
wcmien,s' Chinese root:her of 11
children Said,

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VICTORY MILE--Liberace (cehter) smiles as he leaves court
in LOndon and is congratulated for havir.; won his libel suit a against
gainst against a London newspaper and columnibOVilliam, (Cassandra)
Conri.or.Liberace contended that an art)cle ygitten by Connor sev several
eral several years ago implied that the pianist wati hcanosexual. Liber Liberace
ace Liberace iva,C1Warded $22,400 by the British court.

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Overflow traffic at either
end of the Panama Canal
gave no signs of aoating yes yesterday
terday yesterday as a total of 26 ocean oceangoing
going oceangoing vessels oacked up a awaiting
waiting awaiting transits.
Canal officials said this was
the highest peacetime total
ever delayed here. This was
despite a record high of 36
transits through the Canal
yesterday.
By yesterday afternoon 12
ships rode at anchor oif Fla Flamenco
menco Flamenco Island on the Balboa
side, and 4 awaited south southbound
bound southbound clearance from Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Harbor,
Although 30 ships are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for transit today, au authorities
thorities authorities expected there will
still be 19 backed up tonight.
Only one of the super-carriers,
which require single, one
way passage through Gaillard
Cut, was at anchor last night
and is expected to transit
some time today. An unsual
influx of the giant ships, which
may not be passed while mov moving
ing moving through the Cut, helped
slow up traffic during the past
few dt,tys.
' Canal traffic congestion is
partly attributed to closing of
one lane at Gatun Locks while
power-conversion work is car carried
ried carried out.
AnOther factor is the present
shortage of qualified pilots as assigned
signed assigned to the Canal operation.
Balboa Heights sources said
additional pilots are being
sought, but pointed out that
before actual duty here now
pflots must undergo a one-year
Manager 01 Local
Ad Agency Loses
Purse To RP Thief
Mrs.,Valarie Feely, manager of
the Panama office of Grant Ad Advertiing,
vertiing, Advertiing, lost her pocketbook yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning to a theft who
reached into her automobile as she
was driVing along Balboa Avenue.
Mrs. Feely an American said the
pocketbook contained $60 in addi addition
tion addition to her driver's licenses and
other important papers.
The thief reached in, and grab grabbed
bed grabbed the pocketbook as she was in inching
ching inching along in her 'automobile in
slow-moving traffit: A man who
was driving behind her stopped his
car and ran after the thief. who
evaded his pursuer by running in into
to into the alleyways of the densely
populated Marahon area which
borders on the entrance to the ave avenue.
nue. avenue.
Police said several tliefts of a
similar natute have occured in the
area in recent weeksi
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training prograM to familiarize
them with Canal navigating
procedures,
So Me pilots would probably
be used today in "turn "turnaround"
around" "turnaround" service for the sec second
ond second and third consecutive
run. Normally, pilots are as assigned
signed assigned their transits on al alternate
ternate alternate days, to avoid ex exvessive
vessive exvessive strain and fatigue
but under present heavy
traffic conditions pilots are
working imusually heavy
schedules,
Today's total of 30 scheduled
transits would bring to nearly
100 the total vessels pas4ng
through the Panama Canal since
Friday morning.
Officials had no explanation for
the sudden surge of traffic beyond
normal expectation, although traf traffic
fic traffic surges have always occurred
during peacetime operations.

Pqris Chamber Of Commerce
Set For American Tourists

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PARIS (UPDAmerican tourists
are flocking to Paris in steadily
increasing numbers and the gay
and glamorous city on the Seine
is going all-out to entertain them.
According to F. Paul Farish,
general manager of the American
Chamber of Commerce, 700,000 A Americans
mericans Americans are expected to visit Eu Europe
rope Europe in 1959. Of this number,
France anticipates about 550,000.
"Eighty per cent of those who
come to France make a point. of
seeing Paris," said Farish.
An interesting development in
European travel is the package
tour, which is a big faetor in the
booming travel market. It is often
a combination of many forms of
transportation ship and sir;
air and buc, ship and train; ship,
air and auto; air and auto, and
so on.
AH the big shipping companies,
like American' Export Lines, the
U.S. Lines, and Ctmard, the air airlines
lines airlines like Pan American and
TWA, have package tours avail available.
able. available.
One that thiot reporter tried was
inaugurated thiaapring by Ameri American
can American Export to provide a new type
of service lo,P,aria. It has inau inaugurated
gurated inaugurated direct i,one-ticket service
from New ,York, to Paris via the
Mediterranean .port of Cannes on
the Riviera.,,
Tourists sailiag from New York
on the iuxury liners Constitution
or IndePeadenee slisembark and
proceed to Paris by train or plane.
It's 10 hours ,by train and one
hour and a balf bY plane. Mter
touring in France and else-where
on the continent, travelers can
take either- ohip an the Patton
voyag,

bv Cou cr
Stevedores Owe
Damages if Held
For Negligence

A recent unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme
Court in Baltimore suit has raised to an unlimitidt,
amount the liability of a stevedoring concern for dolit dolitages
ages dolitages caused by the negligent acts of its dockworkersr
In the Maryland case, the Supreme Court in effect
reversed its decision of 1952 in a Canal Zone case which
limited the sum for which the ra IMMO Railroad could be,
held liable, in case of its stevedores' negligence, to $500.
The suit filed in the Canal Zone District Court ,in
1951 by Alfredo M. Collins & Co. of Panama, a seafood
processor, sought S16,607 for damage to a freezing unit,
v(hich was dropped on the Cristobal pier while being un-'
loaded by Canal stevedores from the MV Immen of thi'
Co !demur Line.
The new ruling by the Supreme Court holds signif-,,
iconce for any Panama or Canal Zone contractor,, tiler6
chant, importer, or Colon Free Zone firm which has
freight coming or going over Cristobal or Balboa piers.
The Canal Zone District Court preme Court. Numerous decisions
held the Canal's liability limited are cited in the lengthy clocumeut
to the 500 for which the ship it- which concludes with the fellow fellowself
self fellowself would have been responsible ing:
had the freezer mit been damag- "Under the common loot as dee deeed
ed deeed AMA The Circuit. Court of lared by this court, petitioner, tin
'Appeals- upheld -thisvievt a this Cade thritt, Oaring 'firm
vote of two- to ;cone,:- and the Stf- was liable for" all vdoMages taus tauspreme
preme tauspreme Court refused to review ed by its negligence'unless eahon eahonthe
the eahonthe Collins case. erated thereform, in ,while, lo
Since that time the 500 limita- part, by constitutional rule of
ton has protected every stevedor- law.
ing agency on ,the Canal Zone.
In the Colitis case, plaintiff as- "No statute has limited ittlta:
serted that the common law ap- Nifty, and it was not a party to
plied and it is this contention that or a beneficary of the contract of
the Supreme Court has now up- carriage betweer the shipper, and
held.
tract.
, the carrier, and hence its
'The decision In the Baltimore tY WaS not limited bY that con conth20.,
th20., conth20., 'It follows that petitioner's cd.r;1
ed tor the Conti 'Zone, and for mon law liablity for damages
other pants under United States caused by its negligence was in
uelow so noldmt was correct and
Sic9u.Sps9er. wm6 aYes uChnollun dnr dt h udsn"drinectsstrernbi s h
jurisdiction or within the United 2?., waY In.flitell, and the Judgment
must be affirmed." -v
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Habil, for his own nosiligonto,
unless a contract to tho contra contrary
ry contrary has boon made.
The Baltimore case was that of
Robert C. Herd and Company vs.
Krawhill Machinery Corp., etal.
While a press weighing 19 tons,
and bound for Spain was being
loaded aboard the SS Castillo Am Ampudia
pudia Ampudia the stevedoring firm's em employes
ployes employes "caused it to fall into the
harbor and to be extensively dam damaged."
aged." damaged." Mr. Justice Whittaker delivered
the unanimous opinion of the Su
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The sun-lane route is as fast
from New York to Cannes as oy
way of northern channel ports and
the weather is better the year a
round.
The new route has provided tour
leaders with a strong talking pomt.
Raymond T. De Nite, assistant
vice president of the American
Express Company in France, Bair'.
"There is a tendency on the
part of tourists to go at least one
way by ship. The Mediterranean
route gives tour leaders an op opportumty
portumty opportumty to offer this optional way
of travelig. Air connections to Pa Paris
ris Paris are excellent."
Newsrpapermen who made a pre preview
view preview trip from New York on the
Constitution disembarked in mid midmorning
morning midmorning at Cannes. They board
ed the French Railway's "Mistral"
at 12:30 p.m. and arrived in Paris
at 10:53 p.m., right on time.
Paris, of course, is as beautiful
as ever. Lights blaze all over the
city. Everything is humming. The
streets are alive with pedestrians.
The sidewalk eateo are crowded.
, Motor cars, buses and bicyclists
whirl along the thorughfares at
a dizzy pace. Traffic congestion
seems no different than New York,
Chicago or San Francisco.
Hotels are peeked to capacity.
The cocktail bars are jammed
with tourists.
Farish told reporters that France
has changed in the last year and
a half under President Charles de
Gaulle. The French now "know
"know where they're going," he
said. France, he added, is doing
a wonderful job of reconstruction
and the French standard of hying
imitoving

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preme Court. Numerous decisions
are cited in the lengthy document
which concludes with the follow followinf:
inf: followinf: Ilnder the common laW SS dee-
lared by this eourt, petitioner, tin
this- Cage -Ciente, OeilringtfirtnY77,
was liable for' allvdsMages caus caused
ed caused by its negligence' unless eahon eahonerated
erated eahonerated thereform, in ,whila or in
part, by constitutional rule of
law.
"No statute has limited Italia Italiability,
bility, Italiability, and it was not a party to
or a beneficary of the contract of
carriage betweer the shipper, and
the carrier, and hence its liabili liability
ty liability was not limited by that contract.

"It follows that petitioner's OM
mon law liablity for dainages'.".'
caused by its negligence was in
no way limited, and the judgment
below so bolding' was correct and'
must be affirmed."

Cuban Terrorisfs
Will Be Punished
By Death: Castro
HAVANA, (UPI) The revel.
tionery goverment said Friday
that persons found guilty of ter.'
rorist acts would be liable to the
death penalty.

The announcement was made
by Justice Minister Alfredo
bur, as Prime Minister Fidel
tro condemned the current- tip,
surge of terrorism as criminal
and 9aid he had received a great
many messages urging the es-
tablishment of revolutionary- tri-
bunals to sentence the terrnists
to death by firing squads.
The daily press unanimously ,'
criticized the terrorist outbreaks,
in the wake of nine bomb explo explosions
sions explosions within the Havana area In
the past 34 hours.
Police Chief Maj. Efigenie
mejeiras attributed the increase
in terrorism to former army men
who served under ousted dictator ,,',,,
Fulgencio Batista. He said SOM.
captured terrorists bore dome,-
rnents confirming they were en-
gaged in counter-revolutionary k
activities. '
"We are alert and will answer '-
their aggression with character
stic frmness," Almejeiras said. -'
Police, meanwhile, investigated
whit appeared to be an attempt
to sabotage a big vehicular and
pedestrian bridge across a rail railyard
yard railyard in Havana's railway, termi..
Station night watchman
else Esteban, 32, was found SO
seriously beaten and injured that ''
he had been unable to testify, Pok,..,
lice believe he was attacked by
terrorists plannine to eabotage the
im port ant strueture.

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',i,4;.,,,Questions under the house. Long newspaper letters and now
, poetry. Not only are the men interested in what those hand-1
same, debonair pilots are up to, but they can't control their
y!ives. This gal is so inspired she writes poetry. ',
.gity lady, you're swelling my guy's head, but then with all
, :Ail)14,itIoney that's flooding our house these days he can afford
a new hat a few sizes bigger. Do I detect a green-eyed
A.:Allionster unhatvy lady?
Vould tell you a few tidbits about the pilots but I see from
:41,:t1p4)oem that you are very well informed. You seem to know
ellIch about the pilots and what they do...and yet I'll bet
'.14'?'",04,,,I1WAtie of thtise sauve pilots know you're alive. You are alive
iiiVegt you?
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, Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries Pilot's Wife.,

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f4H--' Regarding Treaty Monger's recent suggestion on disposition
0 of the canal allow me to amond same.
g, !That "Rio Crystal" be renamed ''Motel Brett" in honor of
01: ita,trvice during World War
That Arrailan be renamed "Dickie Arias Which Face Ville."
Darn renamed "Gringo Tears" for the poor suffer suffers:
s: suffers: Ing aid well thought of working class in Panama. And:
That the race track stables be renamed after the famous
404-, ,Alorer "Balboa'4 a the product they now produce is important
4 4,0 ..tnama's bottling industries.
Adelante Panama y mas sueldo para los pobreros obreros.
William Worker.

ftWaY at the Pgrt Gulick -dispensary. Recently a S300 medical
eirtilning table,,tvas given to a medical officer who has depart departed
ed departed by ship to hit home in PUerto Rico. ., :
This table is government property which watt taken direct direct.1
.1 direct.1 ly from the doctor's office by was of padding the supply books.
iIt litip book this is called stealing. Proper authorktiet have al already
ready already been notified by personnel of this dispensary but we walla
,' :the public to know of this so that therrnight helti 'uS in cate
' cin pagsnd ad ol titiA sli donagstreil ssautsrid aattap situ
1 1,.e,--Xf the CID and Usarcarib Surgeon do their duty, we will
, eherrbe -Parting about these officers in bigger print on the
f .riArki4t.t Pa '' Tax Poor.

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Durng the summertme, when
life is not so pressing, raise the
question, "What are the spiritual
necessities in life?" It is to that
study that our Collect directs us.
"0 God, the protector of all that
trust in thee, without whom noth nothing
ing nothing is strong, nothing is, holy; In Increase
crease Increase and multiply upon us thy
mercy; that, thou being our ruler
and guide, we may so pass
through things temporal, that we
finally lose not the things eternal.
Grant this, 0 heavenly Father,
for the sake of Jesus Christ our
Lord. Amen".

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YOUR MONEY AND MINE Monitorq will go to Federal
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'1 't 1 Judge F. Dickinson Letts. No
FA 4, mnriply rnilitnry and civilian workers is being given 1 qnecial information is needed to

!Judge F. Dickinson Letts. No
the tax money military and civilian workers is being given 1 qnecial information is needed to
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Univac this one either. Judge
Letts will order Conlin to charge
Brother Hoffa with unfitness in
off e
If Brother Conlin refuses, the
Judge can and will cite him
for contempt. After all the hear hearings
ings hearings and anneals aro in the
Judge can eithor iail fine heavi heavily
ly heavily or remove Conlin speedily.
Sr) the Monitors will go to the
second vice president, Brother
John T. (Sandy) O'Brien who ac according
cording according to Senate records: joined

with three of his buddies in pock pockpita
pita pockpita 1 y pA ta) I TAT I M eting over ,S1,000,000 of his lo local's
cal's local's dues money. The' Monitors
and the courts will then start all
Aupr nonin

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over again.
When they run out of vice pres--.
0 lidents, Judge Letts can appoint

More important is thatiourney a speak: hearing.board or re rewe
we rewe talis, ttmuigh tifie. What ectip write a section of the constitu constitument
ment constitument is necesaii, What is useltg? tion to set tipittrial procedures.
Many things we feel are essentials' But Hoffa may pull a Hanni Hanniare
are Hanniare really luxury items. Make 1 bal on the cleanup crowd. The
your own test. What worried you master strategist may tell either
so much last year Was it as ne- his first vice president, Conlin,
cessary as you thought at thy or his thirteenth, Harold Gibbons.
L IL 'Ph n d

master strategist may tell either
his first vice president, Cordin,
or his thirteenth, Harold Gibbons.
to bring-- charges. -That would
Tnean that the Teamster execu executive
tive executive board would be the judges.
But Judge Letts still has the
power to appoint a special coun counstering
stering counstering the charges.
This special prosecutor could
be any crusader ranging from
Senate committee counsel Robert
Kennedy to one of the men retir retired
ed retired from the Supreme Court or
other high bench.
Judge Letts would do just that.
The jurist also has the oower to
decide that tile trial he held pub publicly
licly publicly under wide open newspa newspaper
per newspaper coverage.
Jim Hoffa would then find him himself
self himself in a witness chair gain in
the national spotlight. This trial
could last a year whether
is held by the Teamster council
or a special board appointed by
Judge Letts to represent it. On
Apr. 16, the Monitors reported
they had drawn up 268 charges
against the bantam union presi president.
dent. president. There will be morn by the
time they aro finished with the
McClellan Committee transcripts.
During all tbis time Jim lloffa
would not be running' tbe Team.
sters T he Monfitors would.
They'd-simply make a decision
and under the power given
them bv the Court of. ADitealS ADitealSgo
go ADitealSgo over to Judge Letts' court. to
get an Pnforcing order.
All this will take time. for
there will be endless apneals on
each decision. But the longer it
takes, the longer Hogs will he in
limbo. And ,,tsihen he is finally
cleared his own executAvo
board. the cdttrt -may take that
ng evidence of their collective un unfitness
fitness unfitness to rule and keep the it itpion
pion itpion and Foffa tinder trustee
ship for a long, long time.

AlfFLACT

, Er OM the time of the Middle
Ages, -holt casting has been
considered 'an important art.:
Early bill founders first dreW
their design carefully on pfbi. I
per. lthoUgh the shape o0
the bell wig very important, its
pitch depended upon the thick thickness
ness thickness of the metal. The found founders
ers founders went to the town or village
where the bell Was to be hung,
eh& mad. It there.
iSscrolopidis Britsnintos,

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By VICTOR RIESEL -'.. .: ,11 ,, 7e, ,;;4' r' -V-- i"-, -5,i-,i ,v,. .!,,,
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(Rarely has one man's.' pow- ,., '' -- -4;.- .0 ... St ,. .,?- .A-1,4 .'4' .1t ;ff !!'"' '''j ...4:i t ',: i.1
, er angered, "so many on :cour '-',. ',.... : .":1i-.' ;4:';': ;1 ti,:i.-4,tTV. ;,?,;;. '.. ,. ; ;;;:41
home front. Everywhere th .,,I.-0.14.! .:',. -: ; ':. -',,
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question, "Where dims Jim Hof- .2.,f. -:;, ..,.. ,,.?'..f...,-,., ...
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fa go rem HeroVf is,-,-being .e.., We e .- ,!,-. ,,V4.' ''; ,,.. 's .Y1'. '.:',.'
' iittelt.011". -- .. '.4'7'!...": i',41;.I. r, .' S..; 14!
askad. Hers is part of the an- 4 ,. -4e!,nrte1.11. .io- '. '41.;e. : ',; ;
svoirdrivetti from ,.intorlows ,, 1., '.i- 1
,lit- "'"1.11.1.1...-----r-m 4 't -,'I
with same of the highest ludi- .. ,.
cial sources in the land.) s- f ,-7,,, '.'-- 1,..:", ---'-' : ;. ,: 4
k-'::?:' ',.,--',..,,,,,----,-.t4-t... .,-
By summer's end, a Federal -....t. .. itt...kfl;;T:..i::: --r:.,:;.:..'..:,,,,,,,,--T.,-;.:',..:,s'--- .. ...:..,1....;:, ,.. .........i:4.:.;::.4,t.
court is expected to put its judi- ;..-i5E:r,,,,-, ,..,,,,,''.',-;4;,7!';4-f7 'i- 'f :1'4
cial hand on Jim Hoffa's shoul- i;.
i' 'IT :4 ,... t.', '.,." t 1:
der and try to yank him --- pow tr f, ..' ;-.;;'.. :-,:.:,,ii,- ' 1, !,-,k-'-':',. :, :-,:, f,:,. -t :
er and allfrom the presidency
of the brotherhood khown as
"The Teamsters." trifle -. ...r
The court will order Hoffa to
disqualify himself temporarily so -..,..
he can be put on trial by the Id
high council of the Teamsters U U,7lylif
,7lylif U,7lylif 4, I ) ,4
t .0 C.7) ' .. ,,
nion itself. Charges against Hof- N., 6. A A
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fa are being prepared right now trftftAol. old ,:i : !....:,
by the court and its appoiMees ttiW,- 11. ,, Lif4,407-
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the Monitors.
Like ancient monks in deep si
. .-.VI05 t? 77( 1 1 N , it..
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lent recesses probing handwirtten tr. ; 1 "II .,
scriptures line by line, adies of n. 7
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the court appointees are poring s-q4) tilt 1 I T-11 1 4; pir i
over the truly awesome expo- 4itt - ,,(?7:,,t),,,,. )1T 4
..4( c, i 1 1 1 -71 :,1 ,;1 t tP , f i
sures of the Senate Select Com- 1 7
mittee from the very moment in 1 -; ,, '-'''''-- ...44 mot
early '57 when Sen. John Mc- I, lo. '------ 'iI 'i-- kf- ftV., 'T f it!-,
Clellan first gaveled for order. 1" fikp ,.' .'S ,. L.1......7-Ak ler '1 .-- i
i (7:ki.c, do
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The Monitors will then charge -4,1111111r1r Op 6,,,,-,--,A,, Nkr ,,
that Hoffa is unfit to hold the u- ''' '''...-1WVA---V-iff:-------,..-,--
nion presidency. --..---61?-7 4r
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At this point there enteri the .... ,,,...,, .., ,---t
picture an elderly fellow by the ...":" ---,6
A s.S,,,..19'14. 01 -", tgesii,orjr, o....,,,,
name of John J. Conlin. You may ,---,, .,,,A0-
not know it, but there Is a first ... ,... ,,
',.7-:",,,,----': (,-,''."4- ,"-"J .stor,,,I... "-
vice oresident of the Teamsters NEA Service, Inc. ,,In .....4,-.....-.1.--. ,, '.. .. ,,p-.,,'
7'-- i 0 .....
and Brother Conlin of New Jer. ,.... ....,,,,-- ,,,oll 57.6 ,,"14-24, 1- -,.,.'-----,' .Z.,, 1 '14- .4
sey is it. The Monitors will ask - - --
him to bring his chief up on
charges.
You need no inside dope tof ,, -,,
'Jail a ColumnMo're or LessNow and Then
figure this one. If Conlin does the irl
expected and says, "No," the

THE CANAL ZONE'S
SOCIALIZED MEDICINE

Virtually all of my adult life I
have been a happy, and so far al almost
most almost indestructible, "victim'' of
socialized medicine as exemplified
by the health .service of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal.

Malaria sent me to Ancen Hos Hospital
pital Hospital so long ago that Col. Gor Gorgas,
gas, Gorgas, Chief Health Officer, made
the rounds of the hospital at least
once a week, and talked to each
patient. Father Quijano, a 90-
pound Catholic priest, who had
been chaplain for the French
made the rounds every day.
He must have been a good
customer of the Star and Herald;
as he always carried an arintipod
with the English and Spanish sm smtions
tions smtions separated. He gave the Elio
lish parts to the Gringos and t,,e
Spanish to the many Spanish lab laborers
orers laborers who helped build the Canal.
It may be that Tomas Gabriel Du Duque
que Duque Sr. gave him the papers. It
was the sort of .thing he would (10.
Father Quilano spoke some Eng English
lish English hesitantly I had, some Span Spanish.
ish. Spanish. Pooling thd two Inaguages I
learned-that when he.was a-young
priest, father Quijano ha& walk walked
ed walked through the Andes from Quito
Ecuador,,fto Lima4-Perti. ,Hci was
a lot of mart for 90Amunds.
Since that time I have been in
and out of Ancon and Gorges hos hospital
pital hospital many times both as patient.
and pest. I even survived a di disease,
sease, disease, then' prevtdent among A American
merican American canal diggers, known ak
Taboga fever. At that time it was
customary to send patients to Ta Taboo,'
boo,' Taboo,' to convalesce. and the food
at the Hotel Asoinwall was much
better' than In the Canal messes.
And Taboga was even more 'de 'delightful
lightful 'delightful then than it is now and it
is plenty delightful now. This re resulted
sulted resulted in a considerable amount of
gold-bricking in order to go there.
'Liberal dosages of salts and C1110-

ATOMIC POWER FOR.' MINNESOTA
Holloway examines ;node! of first U.S. r
clear reactor. The 22,000-kilowatt reactor,
water type, will be built fora the Rural
Association of Elk River; Minn., under an
mission contract. It will furnish electric
luylinnesota. Dr. Holloway iis president

by CREDE CALHOUN

mel were the price one paid for a
week at Taboga.

I can't say that I have suffer suffered
ed suffered from the lack of the physician physicianpatient
patient physicianpatient relationship that is sup supposed
posed supposed to be one of the great draw drawbacks
backs drawbacks in socialized medicine. Some
of my best friends have been
doctors d6pite the fact that I
have been bawled out by Dr. Wil William
liam William Deakes for eating sweets,
which he adjured. Then there was
the patient nurse relationship
WhiP1V4itln:t se,em to be dimned
bY the socialliad Oharacter of titif
treatitent The Marriage rata 'be 'became
came 'became so high that Dr. Gorgas has
been accused of recruiting only
the least beautiful of the appli applicants
cants applicants for employment as purses.
Long before the Canal required
it, I Made a practice ot going to
the hospital once a year for a
complete check-up. So my hospi hospital
tal hospital experience has been varied.
Naturally my experience with the
obstetrical ward was limited t0
waiting for my children to be
born. I still go to the hospital for
a check-up, and so -far I have es escaped
caped escaped the psychiatric clinic, but
I have known many of the doe.
tors in charge and not one of thent
has turned me in.

When Col. Meister was superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the hospital I had pos possibly
sibly possibly a near miss. Col. Meister,
like many other members of the
medical profession I have known,
suffered from the delusion that
he could diagnose a horse race.
just like a disease. I met him fre frecolently
colently frecolently at Juan Franco and ex

Dr. Marshall G.
oral co-operative mt.
a closed-cycle boiling
Co.operative rower
Atomic Energy Com Compower
power Compower to 40,000 users
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changed information with him,
both win and lose.
One day I went to see Col.
Meister about an employe in my
division, who was threatened with
a nervous break down. Then I
said:
"I'd like to talk to you about my
own case."
"What seems to te the trouble?"
Ife asked without looking the least
surprised.
"Colonel," I said," "It's my
judgement. It's growing worse all
the time."
"In just wtat way is it mani manifested?'
fested?' manifested?' he asked in a kindly
voice.
"It'x almost completely confin confinee
ee confinee to 'hottbe0 !the speed, at
Which 11193ercatrettin."
"Well," he said with mock so sobriety,"
briety," sobriety," if I thought a psychiatrist
could help you, I would go with
you to see him myself."
For a long time now the peo people
ple people of England have been "vic "victims"
tims" "victims" of even more completely
socialized medicine than the
"cheerful and uncomplaining" resi residents
dents residents of the Canal Zone. Virtual Virtually
ly Virtually every kind of medical attention
is free in England. What it has
done to the' people is shown in a
recent survey of the London
Times and the Economist, which
are not exactly socialistic publica publications.
tions. publications. The survey shows that in the
last ten years the death rate from
diptheria, measles, whovpIng
cough, tuberculosis, rheumatic fev fever
er fever and gastro-enteritis has fallen
from 37,000 to 7000. That means
that literally thousands of resi residents
dents residents of England have not been
permitted to enjoy these diseases
under a rate free enterlirise sys system
tem system and furthermore to die with without
out without suffering the taint of socialized
medicine.

The Times pointed out that dur during
ing during the past 15 years, maternal
mortality in Great Britain has
been reduced by 75 percent, and
stillbirths by nearly 50 per cent.
The Times said that the health of
British children was showing im improvement
provement improvement and that during the
past ten years the trend has con continued.
tinued. continued. Medical service is free so
doctors are consulted more Ire Irequently
quently Irequently than when many people
did not have the money to pay for
that service.
The Times! (London) survey
shows that among children dip diptheria
theria diptheria has almost vanished and
"diarrhoea and other sickness 1 a among
mong among infants is at any rate tem temporarily
porarily temporarily a much-reduced threat to
infant life, and tuberculosis is ra rapidly
pidly rapidly decreasing.
One might sav that socialized
medicine in England is popular am
the latest official firpre shows
that 97 per cent of- the population
is using it
The Times, in an ieditorial com comment,
ment, comment, stated that "As judged bY
the health of the nation since its
introduction, the Service has been
an unqualified successWhat the
Health Service has done is to in.
sure that the discoveries of the re.
search laboratories and institutes
of the world ars made freely ay.
enable to every citizen of these
Islands to an extent that was not
nossible under the pre.19411 sys.
tem.."
But many of the most Important
people in the United States are a.
gainst socialized. medicine. These
include- President Eisenhower, J.
Edear Hoover, Walt Disney and
DeWitt Wallace0The latter boasts
that "We have opposed ittempts
of government and do-gooders to
soeialize", the doctors.
Ironically President Eisenhower
has abets a "victim" of socialbed
meditine all his life, from the
time he entered West Point as a
oadet until his last chack.un at
!rafter Reed Hospital in Wishing.
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CRINGING STAY.A.T-HOMSS''t4it- awari' that the
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only reason yoU belitntethe world round is because the
park in front of, tho'Balboa post,office is round,1and the
center of Balboa is the center ofyour
Nevertheless, the: siermon 'today is for' thois lew of
you who''do not consider'a,!venture across the-Fourth of
July Avenue an epic of exploration-matching,,Stanley's ex.,
pedition in 'search of:tivingston.' (Are they, going to call
It the Eighthcof JUIY when-the'Aouble itit4width?)
The sermon' Concerns: the;frietitilre3f bar between the
Rio Grande and Santiago-,de Chile:rvia Balboa:Heights--
the Horseshoe:Bar'of Theo, Kop',s Patf,iAtnericen2Hotel In
San Jose, Colta
From .this storied li,udiniti'chiiirther, Whose,'''irchl Whose,'''irchltecturaI
tecturaI Whose,'''irchltecturaI stylels McKinley-era-Wciodshed, the hief pall of
the horseshoe, Kop, providis such 'iervices as: "-
1. Adopting Costa Rican babies- for Canal Zonlans
(about 50 so far):
2.1-fastening t6 jail to providf 'Aniericans
residents there. with loap andeating.Uterisilstivicl,writing
the families of,'sUch',American;

the families ot,such' American;
lie3u.otillitteinIxelliaioymotinrsdcc000radritdi;on 11,ight4i1171,?;..,,,he. hat
4. Letting -you paint 'little- pictures ori :indows,
likewise irrlieu'of the
5. ,phopkingin lotterf!iiiiipberi ft:11:4,rseshoe nails
who have had to leave Costa Rica before the draWing;
0. Remembering for Stateside famities,-,officials or
attorneys the details of the lives and deaths of Americans
who passed briefly through Costa Rica Years ago, leaving
scant trace anYwhere but in the Horseshoe;
Bellowing at one Robert Bruce,40 -plus, editor,
that the indignities recently visited upon the Dutch in their
former East Indian colonies are every bit as tnfamous as
the treatment of the Scots by the Sassenachs after Flodden
Field. (Mr. Justice Bruce dissenting).
Something to drink? At Kop's bar you're on your own.
Mnheer (senor to you) Kop, 11 years' over from
Amsterdam, Is too busy with his chores as honorary consul
for the United' Nations and local reprisentativi of Dorothi
Dix to bother himself w,ith such margirial aspects of operat
ing his bar as serving drinks

It is, therefore, a strictly do-ityou'rself deal. The ;
parade of customers rambling round behind the bar to mix
and ring up their own drinks is, like thi,3. Gaillard Highway
at quitting time. Furthermore, any ,;84Listomers too proud
or tired to go organize his own drinks 'is no, nail for this
Horseshoe, as any number of Zonians and Zone.based GIs
can testify approvingly.
Among the nails who at one time or another have held
the Horseshoe in pla6e are Presidents Ramon Villeda Mora. ;
les of Honduras and ROMA() Betancourt of Venezuela, both
of whom dwelt awhile in Kop's Villa Vino while the Pres.
idential Palaces of their respective countries 'were in the 11
charge of less genial chatelaines,'
, v, ,s 1.6 rpt
Costa Rica's rarelyorrilinePrekidentifMano Echandi
and his .aredecessora, Pepe ZigueretAandg Otilleutliate have
at on,e 'time .or. another: shed their pirolifeifeel Ifito:thertv
amid edecof whiCh fittr faciinille 6F the US Decia. f
tation of independence to the, original of a ,United- Press ;
check in the munificent sum of 15 cents total,;lor photo:.
graphic services rendered by regular' nail MacBannell.
There are also, illustrations which place less emphasis On 11
the' spiritual side of life.
Max Conrad, who just recentlY made the headlines bY
flying a Piper Comanche 7683 miles,non-stop,from Casa.
hlanca to Los Angeles does not pose the Casa Kop non. ,'
stop when he comes through Central America.
The late Jimmy Angel, Latin America's bush pilot
emiritus, of course, when he was aiound.
A stream of sandalled beards, all busily being the
first to make the overland journey froir Texas to the Straits
of Magellan' Some of them have been ,knoWn to get as
far as Panama. Sometimes they pay Theo, sometimes they 1.;
scarcely thank him for free lodgingl
Ali these are part of the pattern at Kop- 's Crock. 11
Does the establishment reverborate night and day with
thanks to Theo for services rendered? There have been
exceptions. For instance, the American who ,had bounced
checks off several San Jose hotels, and who dispatched
Theo this note from the carcel: "I didn't know YOU needed
so MilnY things in jail. Please send me a knife, a fork, a
spoon, a roll of toilet paper, a tin coffee cup, a tin 'soup
plate, a bottle of olive oil and a bottle of Lea and Perrins."
Not only did Kop canter off to fulfill this order, but
he shortly afterwards sprung the guy by, putting:up ft
substantial bond.
Whereupon the character blew the country, cursing
Kop roundly the while for reasons undiscloied,: and has
not repaid Kop a centavo of the forfeited bond.,
Though it Is bewhiskered with egetheremay be just
a few of You who haviinot ,read in some quiet .,cloister this
admonition which, with the impeccable taste ',Which char.
acterizes the'tonference decorations, adorne the wall be.
tWeen the Deciaration of Independence andlt portrait of
Winston Churchill: :
"Seeing that you carrt leave the tiqor alone, why not
install a cantina' in your own house? Being the OnlY
you will be exempt from license fees --
"Give your wife 55 dollars to buy a 12-bottle case of
whisky, which will provide 240 drinks. Buy all your liquor
from your wife at 60 cents a shot. After 12 days, when the
case has run out, your wife will have 89 dollars to put in'
the bank, and 56 dollars to buY another case of whisky.
"If you liVe tor 10 'years, and-continue buying your 11
drinks from her, upon your death she will have'S271085.47,
in her savings account-411614h tol educate the children.
pay the doctor, get retrarried to a, man of dignity. and
forget that she ever had a drunken bum like YOU for a
husband."
To which a true nail of the Horseshoe has' appended,
and I misquote: "But don't forget the boredom of being
all the time with your OWn wife. I'd rather ,pay more for
the liquor."
Yup, there's culture of all kinds at Kap College, Latin
Arnetletell only institution of higher' learnine.vihere the
itudents, Instead of heaving br ohs; seriously ,study the
problems of gefting themselves stoned on their awn behalf.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT: thle:weak could
scarcely have a More optimistic: fouralatiok then: the,
2315, ,-
dollars which Kep has been owed by, the. son of a
Texas millionaire forthree Years or mtore; The kid lived on
the cuff borrowed money, skipped, and neitheI. he' pot his
father have the courtesy to answer letters.,
Seeing how lucky we all are In Theo remkining a nice I
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,i'efv.tatters are received gratefully and are handled In a wholly confidential question, Vihere does Jim Hof Hof.
. Hof. watresenees. ,, fa go from HereVf. is :-Iaeing
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4- Mat day. Letters are published in the order received.
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...0.4,,, ,Adentity of letter writers is held in 'Mete COrifidellOM swerderived from ,, interviews
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because the
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seshoe nails
draWing;
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age, 'leaving
plus, editor,
utch in their
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over from
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deal. -The
bar to mix
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too proud
nail for this
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Mad:fennel!.
emphasis on 1;
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to the Straits
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netimes they
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.,..,Tv-; r 1.1 111,1: pil A 1 1 Et 0 x t;lai 11 a litt tylx am aaso,. a smwsea
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-if 6.i.lt ,i 1 1 Nob f 4 4- 4 Illib er and allfrom the presidency
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is of the brotherhood khown as 1 .'' 4', sl-, ss -.-,' ..14,:S. s
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' 6,asis,Y1; 0 "The Teamsters." '''''' ''''... '''.4 I ; ,:'1. :
, ssis 'Ass- The court will order Hoffa to ,
-.N s :
. s slobsit' MORE CIIERRIES FROM THE BOWL disqualify himself temporarily so I v ,.' A, ,.1
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-. Al.;--latr: s s he can be put on trial by the
',i,4,';..Questions under the nouse. Long newspaper letters and now high council of the Teamsters U- Id
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f 'WO' poetry. Not only are the men interested in what those hand-1 Mon itself. Charges against Hof- S
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.., i same, debonair pilots are up to, but they can't control their fa are being prepared right now 0 it,- tr1417
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-s sylves This gal is so inspired she writes poetry. , by the court and its appoiMees t .4, J. 1 trtaleist
. : '.. a ). .gsty lady, you're swelling my guy's head, but then with all the Monitors. s -...s eSt s,-
A4114 tsdoney that's flooding our house these days he can afford Like ancient monks in deep si- 7( k ,,s. --
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-. ,s'....'s'ttly a new hat a few sizes bigger. Do I detect a green-eyed
lent recesses probing handwirtten slill.k1; OP i ( l ': N 1 s
y,. AssZionster unhats)py lady? scriptures line by line, adies of ;; illailliV, s-.21-1 ( I 1 't rill,.
:. :-".11,-!'. 4 'could tell you a few tidbits about the pilots but I see from the court appointees are poring ,1 szAs r1;01
s elet,poem that you are very well informed. You seem to know i I I 1 f L f 4
over the truly awesome expo- 1 l
,...1rtgo, -. much about the pilots and what they cloand yet I'll bet -- st,, ,,o7k,---- sr ssir 1
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sures of the Senats Select Com- s' ;A -IA 4 I
. ,i,11,1,11Orkine of thcise sauve pilots know you're alive. You are alive i -7,, kii it er , 1 47 i
, I-..'''''vegt, you? ,. mittee from the very moment in ; '-'''47--- ( ot i i
:, s.s'sr s.,- ss' Life Is Just A Boni Of Cherries Pilot's Wife. early '57 when Sen. John Mc- -, s
''' issli 'es2-f- krs)..,V, ,T 2 ,b)2, iA ''''' Ilt 'I
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Clellan first gaveled for order. t 'sr ,A,, ',',.'S 77,--, ,---7- kkkilvie
I s... NEW NAMES . The Monitors will then charge -"'N'W-1,-
that Hotta is unfit to hold the u- S'-'w --Orkr s
.. nion presidency. --'6-4if: frt ilP-41;fillI-4--'tk--,W ----------- Y
sl----"---- Regarding Treaty Monger's recent suggestion on disposition
' 0 of the canal allow me to amond same. At this point there entere the N sss."0. .,0 ,,,,--t :- s sirs -J-7). ..- ssi
',' !That "Rio Crystal" be renamed ''Motel Brett" in honor of
g ..... .. picture an elderly fellow by the
name of John J. Conlin. You may A (5,--:6s".. Al Walireleyer'' 411,1 -- f .$1-'-':--',,,,,44
, pr. sse,sservice during World War II.
lo That Arrailan be renamed "Dickie Arias Which Face Ville." not know it, but there Is a first ----, 44-- ..--'7NIyr." 05 ?
ic&I,,,z,,,,J., 00,res., ..43- :77,7
ar
! isnadden Dam renamed "Gringo Tears" for the. poor suffer vice 'President of the Teamsters NEA Service, Inc"pity.A.,-
6: lag a d well thought of working class in Panama. And: and Brother Conlin of New Jer- '-' "'I' ----lr, '''''24 .'-''' --s--- s -; .'i ...--
- ss That the race track stables be renamed after the famous sey is it. The Monitors will ask
s ... e.,
' 44 cplorer "Balboe a the product they now produce is important him to bring his chief up on
, ss
, ss ,-.1riama's bottling industries. charges.
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si sidelante Panama y mas sueldo para los pobreros obreros. You need no inside dope to Half
. 4 William Worker. figure this one. If Conlin does the a ColumnMore or LessNow and The
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, 4 .,,,,,. i expected and says, "No," the
YOUR MONEY AND MINE !Monitors will go to I' e d e r a I
'1 Fa'
1 ''sf;ts !Judge F. Dickinson Letts. No
"" e tax money military and civilian workers is being given lqnecial information is needed to by CREDE CALHOUN
. ftway at the Pgrt Gulick dispensary. Recently a $300 medical Univac this one either. Judge
- '0,ffAl Ining table4vas given to a medical officer who has depart- Letts will order Conlin tr) charge MIL'
ed by ship to hit home in Puerto Rico. s : Brother Hoffa with unfitness in
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THE CANAL ZONE'S
' This table is government property which wat taken direct- offiee mel were the price one paid for a changed Information with hi
- 4 SOCIALIZED MEDICINE
: 1 ly from the doctor's office by was of padding the supply books. If Brother Conlin refuses, the week at Taboga. both win and lose.
, 1 14,sstalt book this is called stealing. Proper authorktieS have al- Judge can and will cite him
is Virtually all of my adult life I One day I went to see C
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' ready been notified by personnel of this dispensary but we waint for contempt. After all the hear heareave
eave heareave been a happy, and so far al- OA Meister about an employe in i
is
., the public to know of this so that thernlight helti Ala in case' ings and aoneals aro in the
most indestructible, "victim'' of division, who was threatened w
... dri patisnti aq os i.tioa si doisatstreis ssautsnq aattaja Sitil Judge can either jail fins heavi- socialized medicine as exemplified .,,,,, a nervous break down. Then
.. soll11.1.11111s said:
, .4 sss's-If the CID and Usarcarib Surgeon do their duty, we will b, or remove Conlin speedily.
by the health ,service of the Pa-
own case."
;Oen-, be -eading about these officers in bigger print on the So the Monitors will go to the
I can't say that I have suffer- "I'd like to talk to you about I
name Canal.
.', At, pa 4', second vice presi(lent, Brother
, s s Tax Poor. patient relationship that is sup suped
ed suped from the lack of the physician physician'
' physician' st, s John T. (Sandy) O'Brien. who ac- Malaria sent me to Ancon Hos- "What seems to tie the trouble
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cording to Senate records. joined pital so long ago that Col. Gor- posed to be one of the great draw- Ite asked without looking the le
.. ',...11" with three of his buddies in pock- gas, Chief Health Officer, made surprised.
' Not m ive
i., DA 1 1 pA r, D I tr riom backs in socialized medicine s
c)octmorYs bdeettpitterientds hacvte bete'',
eting over ,S1,000,000 of, his lo- the rounds of the hospital at least -nle "Colonel," I said," "It's i
cal's dues money: The' Monitors once a week, and taliced to each d' judgement. It's growing worse
and the courts will then start all patient. Father Quijano, a 90- he fa tha the time."
, math 4 have been bawled out by Dr. Wil Wil;,,
;,, Wil;,, over again. pound Catholic priest, who had
liam Deakes for eating sweets,
which he adjured. Then there was "In just what way is it ma
tested?' he asked in a kiD
. s 0 I When they run out of vice pres- been chaplain for the F r e II c h
the patient nurse relationship
i '1 steglrasi --H's., idents, Judge Letts can appoint made the rounds every day. voice.
,s ,s rirepted ly the Depart- More-nm-PortiM is' thaejourney a ecittl' bearingsboard or re- He must have been a good
section of the constitu- customer of the Star and Herald.' WhiPlIsd,i4113, se,em to be dirimed "We, almost completely eon
. ;. t rossiss,0s,Chtistian Education of we talis. ttsmigh tifse. What essulA write a t bY the socialiied Character of the eetn'hdratsPittid '!the speed,
I ,11theTiPistopal Church in the Mis- ment is necessaii, What is twit 1 tiOn to set tfpntrial procedures. al he always carried an ar.nropo
treatrhent MO Marriage rate' 'be- Which Ilreseseatrsttin."
" T I eloriary"Diocese of the Panama Many things we feel are essentials tions senarated. He gave the Eiig
But Hoffa .may pull a Hanni- with the English and Spanish soc soccame
came soccame so high that Dr. Gorgas has "Well," he said with mock
, '' 4 s;eriit i Zone l. are really luxury items. Make 1 bal on the cleanup crowd. The
11 either Ilsh parts to the Gringos and tse been accused of recruiting only briety," if I thought a psychiatt
the least beautilul of the appli- could help you, I would go w
, I -sok, ...I. your own test. What worried you master strategist may te
Spanish to the many Spanish lab labcants
cants labcants for employment as purses. t h.' If
'F'414.-:;assrs' t.''' St. Luke. 10;3,4 so much last year Was it as ne his first vice president, Conlin,
brers who helped build the Canal. : Long before the Canal required For 1 h
you o see no myse
sstil . i'L,
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tciemsseaJLIss..ras.thsosii. ght. !iet, thy or his thirteenth, Harold Gibbons.
to bring charges. That would It may be that Tomas Gabriel Du Duque
que Duque Sr. gave him the papers. It 1 a ong time now t e p
t I Made a practice ot going to ple of England have been "s
the hospital once a year for a tims" of even more complet
A ss: 1,1!;r:- MICHMASH
''' ''. ,., Durng the su,mmertme, when mean that the Teamster execu execuwas
was execuwas the sort of .thing he would do. complete check-up. So my hospi- socialized m e d i c i n e than
s ,- life is not so pressing, raise the tive board would be the judges.
Quijano spoke some Dis Disk
k Disk tal experience has been varied. "cheerful and uncomplaining" ro
ItnAISo your wayi...tarry neith- question, "What are the spiritual But Judg,s. Letts still has the ; rat.her.
hesitantly I had, some SPati SPati,'
,' SPati,' ,1 er purse, nor strip, nor shoes." necessities in life?" It is to that Power to appoint a special coun- lish
mil. Pooling the two Inaguages I Naturally my experience with the dents of the Canal Zone. Virtt
obstetrical ward was limited te ly every kind of medical attent
s s Michmash wa the start of the study that our Collect directs us. stering the charges.
learned- th at when he. was a' young
waiting for my children to be is free in England. What it 1
,tdrtuous pass through the hills "0 God, the protector of all that This special Prosecutor could
priest, father Quijano had walk walkborn.
born. walkborn. I still go to the hospital for done to the' people is shown it
;,I el, ofriJerusal. em lute sects trust in thee, withhout syliohmt !ads, crusader ranging from
- be any ed through the Andes from' Quito
a check-up, and so -far I have es- recent survey of the L o n d
Senate committee counsel Robert
I .,...va ssy an aniny s ac mg i s mg is strong, not ing is, o y, Ecuador,,Ao Litni4,A,Vn,, ,Ile was
4 elbless, baggage:there in prepara- crease and multiply upon us thtly- KennedY to one of the men retir retira
a retira lot of Matt for 90,pounds. caped the psychiatric clinic, but Times and the Economist, wh
I have known many of the doe. are not exactly socialistic publi
4 OK to the hard, match ahaed. mercy; that, thou being our ruler ed from the Supreme Court or
tors in charge and not one of theist lions.
Since that time I have been in
a er officially begins today. and guide, we may so pass
''' &hips other high bench. and out of Ancon and Gorges hos hos,'Sittlif,
,'Sittlif, hos,'Sittlif, es arelalanning for our through things temporal, that we
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Judge Letts would do just that.
pital many times both as patient
and pest. I even survived a di- has turned me in. The survey shows that in
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' Valium. Like Wee Assyrians we finally loss not the things eternal. The jurist also has the oower to last ten years the death rate fr
'110e our luggage problems. The Grant this, 0 heavenly Father, decide that the trial he held pub-
sease tnen'prevalent among A- Ar. diptheria, measles, w h o v p i
'1 '44- trillshold only so much. What for the sake of Jesus Christ our 1 lie13' under wide open newspa- m
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hes-lpaitk7. What to leave behind? Lord. Amen". per coverage. erican canal diggers, known as II cough, tuberculosis, rheumatic I
Taboga fever. At that time it was os se er and gastre-enterilis has fal
Is Its'S4sssisi Jim Hotta would then find him- customary to sendpatients to Ta- from 37,000 to 7000. That me,
s issess4k,. ...,,, self in a witness chair gain in
1 ,,,,,,-,..-ss..,,-,-,,,s,,,,s. ,,s .,.,;,,1 .tlit,ht ,Thit bogs to convalesce. and the food When Col. Meister was superin- that literally thousands of rt
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SITNDAY0JVNI 21,, 1956

By DONA VERA
BOQUETE, ChiriquiNot that I
am much of a gardner, but in Bo Boquete,
quete, Boquete, the village of flowers, gard gardening
ening gardening is in the air.
Everybody seems to know how,
for around all little huts and "ca "casitas"
sitas" "casitas" flowers are in full bloom.
When two women meet the ques question
tion question of seeds and plants is bound
to come up and is handled v,ith
mutual obligingness.
One works with the moon. For
planting or pruning, you have to
have now, but there is a great deal
more to learn.
What you also heed to observe
is to renew the soil, for the ero erosion
sion erosion after rains takes itsyearly
toll. And it gets harder and hard harder
er harder to snatch away a leep-load of
earth or humus front thenelgh thenelghboring
boring thenelghboring without an unsuspect unsuspected
ed unsuspected weer i9bAiSIgio T1)
Ode' da3r, my young' n p,e r
brought in tads and sacks of
humus in 'no time at all. on my
surpriarkquestioning from where
it came, he mentioned the piece
of a landowner nearby. Alarmed
I asked if'permission had been du duly
ly duly obtained. The answer c.ime so solacingly:
lacingly: solacingly: No, it was not necessa necessary,
ry, necessary, there was nobody home.
Mom Wright's bogoniathe ap apple
ple apple of her eye gave ine my
first oxperionco in. propagating
plants. It was handed down to
me with Pop's' oM hotel and
stood right by the entrance gate.
I took it upon me to cut off
pieces en mass and stick them
down in the earth in just coo cooperation
peration cooperation with the moon. And it'
worked.
Its descendants now brighten
the Panamonte patio and garden
in Mom's memory. Begonia Coc;
eine I believe the species to be.
It is beautiful and flowers all the
time. The pinkish red petals look
like upside down cockscombs and
are hooked up in an artful net
work under smooth green leaves.
I like my garden a bit roman romantic,
tic, romantic, casual and unpretentious like,
the place itself, with color and
composition in keeping, And the
flowers, that used to make up the'
Spanish colonial patios I us3 in'
mine, such as geraniums, fuchsias,
azalea's, gardenias, jasmins, roses
,and violets, not to speak of the
sultanas that crowd the borders of
the patio with pinks galore.
Hero and there I let the scar scarlet
let scarlet of the salvias take over. A
round the pillars of the pergo pergola
la pergola that encloses the square, las lasmins
mins lasmins and roses cling freely. The

By MARIE DAERR
Can an 80-year-old widow be
just plain "spoiled?".
I think so.
I also think there'S not much
the 80-year-old can do about it. at
this point. But she and her hus husband
band husband could have done something
about it when she was 40 or 50.
"Cant' somebody come to see
me?" asked Mrs. J.'s fr?tful
voice over the telephone. "My
husband died three months ago.
"I'm afraid to go to golden age
He was 90, you know.

"I'm afraid to go to golden age
club alone. John used to help me
on and off the bus and take my
arm' when we crossed the street.
I wasn't afraid of anything, with
him beside me.
"No, the doctor says Im per perfectly
fectly perfectly all right, for my age. But
I can't make myself go out, even
though I'd be more than welcome
at the dui, and at church.
"I'm really lonesome. Please,
can't you tome to see me?"
Sounds pathetic,doesn't it? But
a day later I talked about Mrs. J.
to a friend of hers, another wi
dow, aged 70. And a usplcion
that had lodged In my mind was
confirmed,
"Oh, ye,s, I feel sorry for Mrs.
J.," the 70-year-old told me. "But,
all her married life, John pam pam;end
;end pam;end her.

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BOQUETE, ChiriquiNot that I favorite.
!ri much of a gardner, but in Bo- I often think of the therapeutic
'etre, the village of flowers, gard- value of the Latin colonial patio.
Ung is in the air. It must indeed have served as a
Everybody seems to know how, tranquilizer in its time and de
around all little huts and "ca- serves a renaissance.
tas" flowers are in full bloom. To me thkre is nothing more
hen two women meet the ques- soothing than the celestial blue
mi of seeds and plants is bound pancelas of the hydrangeas, and'
come up and is handled nith plenty of them. They are said to
utual obligingness. have come from the Imperial Gar GarOne
One GarOne works with the moon. For dens of Japan and China. One
anting or pruning, you have to thing I know is that they could
ive now, but there is a great deal not have bloomed more profusely
ore to learn. for their Iniperial Highnesses than
What you also heed to observe they do for me. Now and then I
to renew the soil, for the era- dose them with aluminium salts
xi after rains takes itsyearly to keep up the tohe of the blue;
IL And it gets harder and hard- and they get all the water they
to snatch away a pep-load of want to drink, since their way of
,rth litmus front the; neigh- life is a 'thirsty one.
Without.an unauspect- The most luxurious flowers in
Pwner t9bAkglgic '),f- my, garden. are 4Istrbig oamaryilis
Ode da3r, my yoimi I p,e r I brought in from 'Medellin years
'ought in tacis and sacks of ago. Their velvety mantles are
imus in 'no time at all. On my streaked in green and white from
rprised., questioning from where the neck.
came,, he mentioned the place Everybody asks me for bulbs
a landowner nearby. Alarmed and I am happy to comply with
asked iPpermission had been du- requests, prolific as those lilies
obtained. The answer came so- are. Only I doubt that they will
cingly: No, it was not necessa- bloom in the hot lowlands.
, there was nobody home. Local friends have given me the
Mom Wright's begoniathe ap- "Tulipan grande" or brunswigia
le of her eye gave me my Josephina, so often seen all over
irst experience in. propagating the Interior. It is a most ornament ornamentdents.
dents. ornamentdents. It was handed down to al plant with huge agave like
le with Pop's' o?;c1 hotel and leaves and an unusual lily-flower
tood right by the entrance gate. of placid curving petals, lookinl
I took it upon me to cut off as if sprayed with purple-red ink's.
eces en mass and stick them The fragrance is so strong, one
wn in the earth in just coo- can hardly stand them inside the
!ration with the moon. And it' house.
)rked. There are many more flowers
Its descendants now brighten in my garden to brighten the day.
e Panamonte patio and garden But just as important are those
Mom's memory. Begonia Coc; that await the night to best come
ne I believe the species to be. ino their own. Those are all my
is beautiful and flowers all the white lilifloras; the cannas, the
me. The pinkish red petals look agapanthus and the lovely spider spiderce
ce spiderce upside down cockscombs and lillesPancratium and Hymenocal Hymenocale
e Hymenocale hooked up in an artful net lis so typical of South America.
ork under smooth green leaves. They take over the highlightening
I like my garden a bit roman- of the patio at night, and reflect
casual and unpretentious like, the pale complexion of the moon.
e place itself, with color and Even the jasmins put their two
imposition in keeping., And the cents in, and make up for size
awers, that used to make up the i with the strength of their frag fragfanish
fanish fragfanish colonial patios US3 in' ranee instead. Where the little
Line, such as geraniums, fuchsias, starlike blooms end their crawling
mien, gardenias, jasmins, roses on the Tod, the real stars coma in int('
t(' int(' violets, not to speak of the to the nocturnal show.
iltanas that crowd the borders of I am not much of a gardener
le patio with pinks galore. to be sure, but at least I am a
Here and there 1 let the scar- floriculturist at heart. And with
et of the salvias take over. A the favorable climate of Boque Boqueliund
liund Boqueliund the pillars of the paPrgo- to and the "baiareque" or li lie
e lie that encloses tho square, iss- quid sunshinefor an a:ly, there
iling and roses cling freely. The is hope, even for me.

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"She never went anywhere
without him. She never joined a
women's club or, in fact, made a
close friendship with anot he
woman. She never even seemed
to have an idea of her own.
"Naturally, with John's death.
the carpet was pulled from under
her. "I, too, was close to my hus husband.
band. husband. But I also had a life of my
OWn.

"I learned to drive the family
car. That meant that he didn't
need to do all the chauffeur
chores in our family. After he
died, I didn't -have to sell the
car then depend on taxis or on
other people who would drive rne
where I wanted to go.
"I joined three women's clubs
while i was still young. I was ac active'
tive' active' at church and in a half-dozen
committees.
"Naturally, I was lovely when
my husband died. But I had a
busy life to continue, and my
grief softened."
Let's face it. There are many
more widows than widowers, in
this world today. Wouldn't it be
wise to prepare for what might
be ahead?

I'm never very peppy in the
evening, when I'd like to enjoy
books, conversation and TV. I've
always resited an afternoon nap
because I thought it would keep
me awake when went to bed.

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Every sort of lamp-post can be
found in London. I know one an ancient
cient ancient court-yard still fitted with
such lamps as lighted be-wigged
gentry and their ladies homeward
bound from the playhouse two
centuries ago, when every shad shadow
ow shadow might hide a pickpocket or cut cutthroat.
throat. cutthroat. The next street glows like
an airport runway in gleams of
sodium light from line upon line
of lamp standards in white con concrete.
crete. concrete. Between such extremes is the
good old gas lamp, now rapidly
on the wane, taking us back 80
years or more, right into the reign
of Queen Victoria. Such a one
was recently set up in the garden
of the United Kingdom Book
Centre in New York, where Am Americans
ericans Americans can browse among works
of British and Commonwealth
authors. It originally ,stood near
the great clock ,of, Big Ben, at
the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.

A Pleasant Coincidence

By a pleasant coincidence, the
nostalgic pull of old gas lamps has
also been recognized by Mr. Beni
nard Miles. He has set up a si similar
milar similar specimen- in his delightful
new Mermaid Tbeatre beside the
River Thames, the first playhouse
to be erected within the City of
London boundaries for 300 years.
When he invited me there for the
"house-warming" the other even evening,
ing, evening, the lamp was adding its PIO PIOdest
dest PIOdest beams to a battery of lielts1
trained on a revolving, five-fie,ed
sta ge.
Reconstructed on the site of a
bombed-out warehouse straddling
Puddle Dock, the Mermaid is al almost
most almost literally a dream come trite.
Bernard Miles, 50-year-old actor actormanager,
manager, actormanager, told me that one night.
when his wife, actrees Josephine
Wilson, was dozing off to seleep,
the suddenly exclaimed: "Cer "Cernard,
nard, "Cernard, has it occurred to you there
is no theatre in the actual City of
London?"
That was nine years ago. To Today,
day, Today, thanks to Miles's ceaseless
campaigning, City workers and
pleasure-seekers from without the
City walls, have one of the most
modern little theatres in the Min Mintry.
try. Mintry. it has been built at a cost of
62,000, pounds, subscribed not on only
ly only by Big Business and the ship shipping
ping shipping lines.lnit by some 60,000 pri private
vate private individuals who joined in the
"buy-a-brick" scheme at two shil
brigs and sixpence a time. Gifts
arrived from all over the world.
A New Zealander sent money for
four bricks on behalf of his an ancestors
cestors ancestors who had lived and worked
in the City for two centuries.

Only Nominal Rant
The City Corporation bas leased
the site at a nominal rent, so the
entire box office takins can be
spent on productions; this is tan.
tamount to nn art subsidy for the
public benefit.
On the opening night of the neW
venture, the Lord Mayor himself
arrived in State, accompanied by
a four-years-old "mennaid" fish.
ed out of the River Thames. To
crown all, Bernard Miles and his

What do you think?-1.. B. W.
AT AI doubt that an afternoon
or before-dinnor nap would in.
toiler. with your night's sleep.
Napping is a good habit at any
age.

QI have been keeping house
for my widowed brother. I
thought I would be eligible for
Social Security but someone told
me I would be disqualified, be because
cause because I was working for a rela relative.
tive. relative. What are the facts on this?
Mrs. F. T
AThe Social Security Admin.
istration does not discourage a
relative working as a domestic
from ,filing for benefitsexcept
in the case of parents working
for children. However, the
ministration examines each so.
plication of this kind very care carefully.
fully. carefully. If your application is de denied,
nied, denied, you may apply fir a re.
flin4 of the Social Security tax taxes
es taxes you paid.

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wife had the hoy of hearing the
bells of nearby St. Paul's Cathed Cathedral
ral Cathedral ring a five-minute peal of welcome.

The chimes of the Cathedral are
less familiar to Commonwealth ra radio
dio radio listeners than those of Big Ben
but Big Tom, the "ring-leader" at
St. Paul's, has been radio deputy
on several occasions when the
Westminster clock has been un under
der under repair.
Big Ben's Century
Big Ben, by tbe way, is celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating his 100th anniversary. For
more than a third of the past 1
century, in fact since December
1922, the great Westminster chime
has had a radio audience. With
the spread of global broadcasting,
it has been the notes of Big Ben,
to quote "The Times", newspaper:f
that have had the daily power to
recall the people of the world-wide
Commonwealth to the sense of
communion with one another.

One might add that Big Ben Is
also the Commonwealth time timekeeper,
keeper, timekeeper, never more than a frac fraction
tion fraction of a second fast or slow. It
does not, of course, pretend to
compete with Britain's amazing
new atomic clock, devised by Dr.
Louis tssen, which has been oper operating
ating operating through the vibrations of
caesium atoms with an accuracy
,of two parts in 100,000,000,000.
This is six times more accurate
than his Caesium I clock, which
has already won him renown.
TcAvering 24 feet high, Caesium
II was on view the other day at
the National Physical Laboratory
near London, on the eve of its in inventor's
ventor's inventor's departure for Russia to
receive the A. S. Popov Gold Medal.

Not for Caesium II the flood floodlights
lights floodlights that make ruch a brilliant
picture these summer nights of
Big Ben, whose only competitor,
seen from London's South Bank,
is the fiercely red glow of the
clock crowning British Overseas
Airways' Terminal near Bucking Buckingham
ham Buckingham Palace.
Many Amenities
The Terminal, London spring springboard
board springboard for air passengers all over
the world, is to be doubled in
size at a cost of 1,000,000 pounds
Besides a creche for travellers'
children and a medical centre
and surgery, there will be ind;vi ind;vidual
dual ind;vidual dressing rooms, equipped
with showers, to enable arriving,
passengers to change into evenin evenining
ing evenining dress for social engagements.
Just the thing, lit fact,' for
quick launch-trip down liver to
the Mermaid.'

'(Iel.rFACT

The old city of Belgrade,
Yugoslavia, built around the
white castle that gave the city
its name (from the Serbian
word "beograd," meaning
white castle), stood on a high
bluff overlooking the Danube
and Sava rivers. From this
point an army can contrOl the
approach t the Balkans from
the north, as well as the, traffic
on the two river s. Conse Consequently,
quently, Consequently, in history, the city has
changed hands repeatedly.
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not looking out on, Diamond Head on Oahu, Hawaii. Framed like a huge picture window is
the largest color photograph ih the world, 20 feet high by 80 feet wide. Called the. "ultra "ultramural,"
mural," "ultramural," the mammoth print of Diamond Head was made from a negative section measur measuring
ing measuring 2 by 8- inches shot by Edward Betz of Cincinnati. The. picture, printed on 2,550 square
feet of photographic paper, won mounted in a Tampa, Fla., airplane hangar.

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JULIO VOS, S. A.

Box No. 1194 Tel. 2-2971

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day morning at Cristo Rey Church.
The bridal attendants were Mrs.
Nei ly Douglas Paez, sister of the
bride, and sgL Harold Swanson.
After the religious ceremony, a
recep:ion was given at the home
of the bride's parents.

Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's Club
Members of ti-oe Charity Card
Group of the Balboa Woman's Club
are reminded of a no-host card
Party at noon Thursday at the
Fort Amado- Officers Open Mess.
Reservations should hp made by
noor Wednesday with Mrs. Tere Teresa
sa Teresa Luce, Balboa 1488. or Mrs. Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Sri-muse, Panama 3-6465.

Sgt. Garrett Addresses
Gulick Chapel Guild
Gues' sneaker at the monthly
meeting of the Fort Gulick Chapel
Guild was Sgt. W. P. Garrett a!
the Canal Zone Police Denartment.
lie discussed his work in the Ga Gatun
tun Gatun IA(0 area.

Mrs. Marvin Nolte. president.
was in charge of the business
meeting. and hostesses were Mrs.
Abraham Gomts7 and Mrs. Delos
Kee leen. Mrs Gnorge Pullism
Mrs Delos Kee lean. nest oresl
dents. were nresented farewell
gifts from the Gtild.
mnplbers sttenruno the meeting
were mrg. Lowe PrirIccon Mrx.
T eroy Tinsel Mr: Carty, 11 Chnnh.
Mrs. Genre. ridilstr. Mrs Detns
KeelePn. iVrr Gernirl xlcriirdv,
Mrs. Lem, Green. Mrs Raymond
Pearson, Mrs. James Hedges, Mrs.

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Gomez, Mrs. Nolte and M r a.
James Roane.

B irth Announce ment
Announcement has been receiv received
ed received here of the birth of a daughter,
Janet Sue, to Mr. and Mrs. Her Herman
man Herman Lespole Preuhs of Jackson,
Miss. The baby was born June 13.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Strickland of
Ancor'. Mrs. Teresa Preuhs of Me Mesa,
sa, Mesa, Ariz is the paternal grandmother.

Na varrata-Stanziola
Nuptials Ara Today
Miss Ela Isabel Navarret e,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carlos
J. Navarrete of Panama City. will
become the bride of Roberto Ni Nicolas
colas Nicolas Stanziola. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Antonio Molino, in a
nuptial service this morning at
eleven at the Church of Carmen
in Panama City.
A recention at the Tivoli Guest
House will be given after the ceremony.

Meeting

Gamboa Civic Council
A town meeting sponsored by
the Gamboa Civic Council will be
held Tuesday evening at 7:30 at
the Gamboa Civic Center. Sneak Sneaker
er Sneaker of thp evening will be Canal
Zone Gov. W. E. Potter.
All Gamboa residents are urged
to attend.

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" 4CINd:ON A HELICOPTER-I:he-fel tu t a-1; d
for the military, hovers in an artificiat Ice.elOud in Ottawa. The icing spray rig, operated by
Canada's National Research Council, has 143 spray nozzles mounted atop a 50-foot steel mast.
The amount and size of the ice droplets can be controlled. The Iroquois, manufactured by
Bell. has also undergone cold-weather tests in Alaska and desert tests in Arizona.

Get the one and wily
GERM-FIGHTING TOOTHBRUSH

a Reaches you Surgically Sterile!
a Made to stay Actively Anti
septic tor up to 4 months in use!
Inhibits ot destroys ALL types
of germs that fail on or hold to it!

Atlantic Camera Club
Leon S. Willa of Margarita will
demonstrate hig wood carvino hob hobby
by hobby at a meeting of the Atlantic
CamPra Club Monday evening at
7:45 in tile club rooms at Mount
Hone.
A critinue of colored slides ent entered
ered entered in the June 15 club comneti comnetition
tion comnetition will be presented by John
Lingwood.

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Perhaps you would like a new
hairdo but with the least fuss.
How about bouffant bangs? Ro
a plup strio of cotton batting
into a kerchief and tie it across
your forehead. Comb your bangs
over this pad and then set them
with a hairspray. Let the spray
dry, remove the pad and comb
lightly. It takes about ten minutes.

Cold cream and ice water can
bring the roses back to your
cheeks Soak a washcloth in Ve
water, wring it out. Then hold it
against your face. Follow this
with a generous amount of cold
cream. Massage your face with
the cream for about a minute be before
fore before removing the cream with tissues.

Plastic eyelashes are becoming
more parctical for those who like
to wear, them. They now can be
washed in soap and suds without
harming the adhesive strips and
worn over and over again.
Teen-agers feel that they have
so much to learn about clothing
and flattering make up. A key
to follow while investigation what
looks right on you is to keep
things simple. In clothing, the
lines. make a difference as to
whether you will look long-legged,
short-waisted or dumpy.

Ridiculous wiggles of certain
screen stars may appeal to a
young girl trying to catch the eye
of the boy across the street. A
waddle or a wiggle isn't the most
attractive sight on the side-walks.
Walk tali and straight and from
the hips. The less hip and shoulder
action, the more pleasing your ap appearance
pearance appearance will be.
-
Women, and men, with serious
acne scars now may have these
removed by sandpaper surgery.
This method literally scrapes the
skin, smodthing away such scars.
After dressings come off, patients
usually treat their new skin to a
gentle soap and-water washing
to speed the healing process.

Darn Those Socks!
Patchy Footwear,
Happy Marnage

ATLANTIC crry, N.J. (UPI)
Those darned socks Indicate a
happy marriage.
A psychological study of men's
hosiery, conducted by the Center
for Research in Marketing Inc.,
showed that in a happy marriage,
women are expected to buy and
care for men's socks.
When a woman won't wash for
thrn her husband's socks, she is
seen as lazy, dissatisfied with her
husband and a "no good wife,"
according to a study presented at
a meeting of the National Hosiery
Manufacturers Association.

BRITAIN SILLS WIZ STOCK

LONDON (UPI) The British
government has sold its holding
of Shares in the Suez Canal Com Company's
pany's Company's Investment trust, to a
group known 11 Locana, it was
announced Tuesday.

Liv Ert Tottic'
It a lasy liver causes yqu to suttee
from indlaesties. heartburn. eon.
ellpatioa, headaches, bad breath. die dieWombs,
Wombs, dieWombs, biliousness and skin blemishes.
tot Hi Ision from your obemist today.
8411;410n is real tOnta to the liver anti
Wesel Ost et drugstore.

THZ SUNDAY AMIZIWII

CONVENTION BOUND These three Girl Scouts have been chosen to represent the Canal Zone at atthe
the atthe International Convention of Girl Scouts of A merica, to be held in Colorado Springs, Colo., on
July 3. They are (I to r) Miss Mary Anne Bowen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bowen; Miss Mar Marvel
vel Marvel Davison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Da vison; Miss Sydney Townsend, daughter of Mr.
end Mrs. Wesley Townsend, with Armand o' Ga rrido, of Grant Advertising of Panama, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied them to pick up their plane tickets at Boyd Brothers. This is the second time the Canal Zone
will be represented at the 12-day convention whi ch is held every three years.

THAT SMOOTH, JAR-FREE, BOUNCELESS R1DENow bananas can really enjoy the
ride from field to market in Panama. And banana-eaters will enjoy the bananas more too,.
Low-pressure, billowy tires used on the tractors follow the ground surface instead of botMc.
ing. This avoids bruises which show up later when the fruit is ripened.

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(Dorothy Ki Igallen is on vacs- ry, port,"
Hon. Her guest ?o!umnist todaY '10Me day
Is young motion pkture -ietor When t
Robert Evans.) .!"l'he
' West; ,o1
ROBERT EVANS WRITES the first t
was, "Hot
Everybody in Hollywood ham an The seri
sure to find one for you. An image an actor,
sure to find one foryou. An image exactly a
is more like an illusion, something a wackoz
that's created and doesn't neces- were s to
sally have anything to do with and I evei
one's true personality. The trot
My linage was created for me later, soM
the day I walked into the office such a kill
of Robert Arthur, the producer of rector dee
"Man of a Thousand Faces." He ended up
looked up and pointing, said, ling her su
"Youyou could possibly be-Hol- old cart.
lywood's next mimetic idol. cut.
another Valentino." I could I
',- I started to interrupt, saying If was sure
had a choice I'd rather be art, after "The
'other John Garfield, or Humphrey' I remelt
Bogart, but I could tell his mind around nin
was made up. to the loca

But building a romantic image
in Hollywood isn't -as easy as it
used to be because, today, ail the
older men get the girls. Have you
noticed? There is always some something
thing something the matter with the young
guys. dike having Cary Grant,
Clark Gable, Robert Taylo r,
James Stewart, or John Wayne
in the same picture. Did you ever
see any of these heroes giving
up the girl to a young swain?
What usually happens to him
is what happened to me in "Man "Manof
of "Manof a Thousand Faces," my arst
picture I appeared with Dorothy
Malone and Jane Greer, and who
got them both? James Cagney'
I got to kiss Miss Greer quickly
on the cheek, that was all
Things looked more promising
when I got the script for my sec second
ond second picture, "The Sun Also
Rises." I was to play a young
bullfighter whose charms and
youth captivate Ave Gardner
away from Ty Power, Errol Flynn
and Mel Ferrer.
There was one terrific love
scene between Ave and me, when
Mel Ferrer, who's in love with
Ave and knows that she has run
away with me, trails us to my
room. Seeing us, he goes insane
with jealousy and proceeds to use
me as a human punching bag, un until
til until I collpase on the bed. Ave
screams at him to leave, and then
we go into our love scene.
The scene begins. Ave looks ter terrific,
rific, terrific, she walks over VI me as I
lie on my bed badly bruised,
Picks ,Pte up in,4ier items,. 'lowly
lowers her, head tq lips.
Then, suddenly, right in the mid middle
dle middle of the scene, Director Heary
King yells, "Cut."
"Lefs try it again, Ave," he in indtructs.
dtructs. indtructs. "This time don't kiss Bob
He looks too youug for such as
torrid love scene."
Errol Flynn had the only con consoling
soling consoling words for me. "Don't wor

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ry siert," he said, "you'll get old
SOMe
When I got the chance ,toT play
,"The the
West,' ,opposite Hugh Oltrien,
the first thing I asked mr agent
wag, "How Old O'Brienr 4
The acript was challefigejor
an actor, and while- mineii want
exactly a romatic lead Wplayed
a week cowboy ,there
were a touple 0 good love scenes
and I even got a girl of my own.
The trouble was, it turned out
later, soniebody eked, "How csn
such a killer be a lover?" The di director
rector director decided I cOuldn't, and I
ended up beating my girl, stran stranling
ling stranling her and dumping her into an
old cart. All the love scenes were
cut.
I could tell the Valentino image ,;
Wits sure fading. -particularly
after "The Field" was released.
' I remember one evenin g,
around nine, I decided ,to go down
to the local grocery store for some
ice cream. As I approached the
store, an elderly lady;carrytug a
heavy shopping bag, trudged
along in front of m Watching
her struggle, I Went up to
-and asked, "Can' I 'help you?"
She turned around, looked up it
me and earnest dropped her bag
of groceries; she undoubtedly
had seen "The Fiend:"
As I walked home I 'totaled up
my score. In two years, I had
been in three pictures, played op opposite
posite opposite five beautiful actreoses,
and still hadn't kjased a girl.
Some romantic ma ge! Then
about two months ago I got a eel'
from Jerry Wald.
"Bob," he said, "I think I have
ljust the roll for you, the part of
Dexter Key in 'The Best of Every Everything,'
thing,' Everything,' a great romantic part." At
Jerry went on to explain, I learn;
ed that Dexter wits a young guy
vThose main job in life was to woo
Tretty girls. There were to be no
pecks on the cheeks in this
picture, no mature men compet competmg
mg competmg for the heroine.
"This Is a motion picture about
love" Jerry said, "and it's going
to have plenty of motion."
The first scene between Diane
Baker and me was shot right here
in New York on Sutton Place just
a few weeks agd. It was a tender
love scene, and after we had com completed
pleted completed it, director Jean' Negules Negulesco
co Negulesco seemed quite' excited. The film
was shipped -otit to the pout
that night. Two4days later,' after
the film' Was' 'diVeloped,' gild the
rushes were seen, the folloWing
wire arrived frorir the Hollywood
office: ','Dear Jean, direction On
love scenes between Baker and
Evans just great; in fact, too
'good, will never pass !vensor.
Afraid will have to cut.'
Oh, well,' I tell myself, some
day, my turn will come. But will
be just my luck the trned will
change and I'll be too old!

CHIEF SCOUTPakistanf President Mohammed Ayul, Khan.
right, gives the familiar Boy Scout salute in Karachi. He was
sworn in as the country's chief scout.

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, ,, What usually happens to him Posite five beautiful actreoses,
Mrg All Gamboa residents are urged
i charge of the businoss Zone Gov. W. E. yotter.
v. and hostesses were .. man, and still hadn't kissed a girl.
, m Gomo7 and Mrs. Delos to attend. e5Winaill f
n. Mrs George Pu llism mil lusP wtrih ae t ghlralp pi': nae d Ytuouumg
picture I appeared with Doroth w ad
)elos Keelean. oast real. Atlantic Camera Club
,,, rom Jerry a
. of a Thousand Faces, my ;irsvt Saboomuet twroommaonnthhics aismoyegott aTeatielln
: Malone and Jane Greer, and who t
ius"tBothbe, rholel siaoird,y0"ui,
,
werp ore.pnted farewell
:', 10..4.,,, : : got them both? James Cagney! ,,
Leon S. Willa of Margarita will
demonstrate his wood carvine hob- ,,.,,
ththinek piarhlavoef
.om the Gillri. .t.'";:,,,!!!"40'(,,,,00e. -:".'''''''''''''''r''''".'''''''":1?',,;0.(KN,0.4 :
Dexter' Key in 'The Best of Every- L
eeting of the Atlantic
bees attenruno this meptinq by
at a ni b M d evening at .'.fot,744:L.-: -' on the cheek, that was all.
::',-;-,;-4,:.. L -' : I got to kiss Miss Greer quickly
,tns Tdnooli r,rieltson Mrs. Camera Clu
thing a great romantic part." Al
when I got the script for my sec-
rinsso,,, Ales Evernit chonho. 7:45 in tile club nrnooamYs a,t Mount
;eoreo Poltism. t i re nelnq Hone. .. Things looked more promising
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,POn Green, Mrs Ravmond ered in the June 15 tcath c
Irl lotecurdv, A critione of coloredi, slidoesneentti:
: sullfighter whose charms and Whose main job in hie was to woo
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' Lingwood.
1 Flynn Pccks on the cheeks in thil
n Mrs. James Hedges, Mrs. tion will be presen e by nlJohn
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in New York on Sutton Place just
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for the military, hovers in an iirtificial'ice.eloud in Ottawa. The icing spray rig, operated bY m up in ber axms.i slowly rushes were seen, the folloWing
Then, suddenly, right in the mid- office: -"Dear Jean, direction.; on
Cold cream and ice water can Canada's National ResearchCouncil, has 143 spray nozzles mounted atop a 50-foot steel mast. dle of the scene, Director Heary love scenes between Baker and
bring the roses back to your The amount and size of the ice droplets can be controlled. The Iroquois, manufactured by King yells, "Cut." Evans just great; in fact, too
cheeks Soak a washcloth in Ve Bell. has also undergone cold-weather tests in Alaska and desert tests in Arizona. "Lefs try it again, Ave," he in- good, will never pass ,eensor.
I water, wring it out. Then hold it
dtructs. "This time don't kiss Bob. Afraid will have to cut.'
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day, my turn will come. But will
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s ,N,;,,,,, ,, .- soling words for me. "Don't wor change and I'll be too old!
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This buutiful bride wears a going-away costume by Adele
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cut with brief jacket and sleek skirt which is shaped over
the hips. Her bridegroom records the moment with an auto automatic
matic automatic movie camera that adjusts itself for varTing light conditions.--Hy
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Electric skillets have turned
many young brides, and older
ones for that matter, into cuolt cuolting
ing cuolting whizzes with their controlled
cooking methods. If you use metal
titter tops in such a frying pan,
always wash this cover after
each use. When the steam es escapes
capes escapes while something cooks, the
mesh tends to collect grease. A
good sudsing will cut this grease
deposit.

Knowing your wardrobe needs
is COO Way to prevent yourself
from making expensive mistakes.
If you -never go, to cocktail
parties', it's pointless to have 1
cocktail, dress ging In your
clotket.Jour, elothes should be
beamed tO yOur patticolat way of
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Wash-and-wear"' clothing will
wear longer anct look better if you
know how to launder it. When
you ,buy, check to see whether an
article requires hand or machine
laudering. If it is machine, see
if the garment should be removed
while wet or damp or whether it
should be spun dry.
Organization in the laundry
room eases, the job at hand ,and
also speeds the operation. Sort
, clothes:: aecording .to colors. Wash,
' white ieparatelyo, prittels in an-I
other --load arid dark colored
: clothes in till another. Always
cheek laundry instructions when
1 handling synthetic and follow
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Usually, keeping the ear .elean
is the man's domain. However;
you can help by whipping up a
solution of suds for him to use
on the windshield., Wash the wiper
blades thoroughly, at least once
or twice a week. As we all know,
the windshields pick up a greasy

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A woman her most attractive
self when she is
All dressed up for a party at
which she expects to have a good
time.
Holding a child she loves on her
lap.
Listening to what someone else
is saying, obviously fascinated.
Laughing.
Holding a small child' by the
hand and is matching her step to
his, but not. of course, when she
is impatiently dragging the child
along.
Singing someone else's praises
or talking about something that
interests her keenly.
But a woman is at her woist
when she is
Screaming at a child.
Deliberately trying to make an
impression.
'ItakilfM4ildul voice that k;ar k;artfea
tfea k;artfea diet. aross A-public room
Bawling out a clerk, waitress,
or servant.
Repeating unkind gossip about
another woman.
Telling how she got even with
a person.
Trying to act half her age.
Seen in public with her hair in
pin curls.
Pushing and shoving her ray
through a crowd.
Bossing a man around.
Listening imnatien'ly to what
someone else is saying with a sour
look on her face.
Getting a laugh at someone
else's expense.

smear. Windshields stay clean
longer and last longer when
washed.

There's a brand-new spray kit
on the market. It contains sprays
to clean,fabrics and leather and
sprays to polish smooth leathers
and shine up 'patent. You might
want to add it to the other tools
you use to keep your wardrobe in
good condition..

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In America, as well 'as in Italy, pizza sells like the pro proverbial
verbial proverbial hotcakes. In well-frequented places in any city you
ean see an Italian cook preparing mouth-watering pizzas.
It is easy to make a pizza. First, you prepare the dough,
then place it in a pie tin, add the testy tomato sauce. sprinkle
With grated cheese and pop it in the oven. The Chef Boy BoyAipee
Aipee BoyAipee package contains all the necessary Ingredients and
dlrectiotts ihaeare simple to follow. Pizza Pie Is a
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Alicia had not intended to be an
airline stewardess. In fact, she
once said she didn't even like air airplanes.
planes. airplanes. But k casual conversation
with friends in an airport farewell
implanted the idea in her mind.
And when APA announced four
years ago its plans to idaugurate
the Miami to Panama to Peru
run, Miss Winberg found herself
a job,
The association has been a
pleasure on both sides. For the
airlines, the Panama-born hostess
is attractive. 'efficient and affable.
For the hostess, the job is inter interesting
esting interesting Ind fun, although her
weary bones might object to the
adjectives at the end of a long
flight.
Misa Winherg has learned to
love flying and is frank to admit
that it will not be easy to anchor
her wings.
"Every flight is difforent,"
she comments. "I meet se ma many
ny many different and interesting pee.
el, all the time, I just couldn't
stand to work in an office and
see and do tho same things day
after day."
Decked out in a trim navy blue
uniform, she normally makes
four flights a week on the APA's
DC-6B. The Panama-to-Miami
run takes five hours, including
stops at Kingston and Havana, or
four hours and 10 minutes non nonatm).
atm). nonatm). During thoseliours,,she an,d a
co-hostess have catered td 'the
comforts of as many as 92 pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. Eighty-eight maks up k
full load, but children in arms
sometimes add to the total.
On the Panama-bound flight,1
thia -means serving a light break breakfast
fast breakfast just after takeoff, cocktails,
snacks and lunch, The food is al al'ready
'ready al'ready cooked. but is heated on the
plane just -before serving. One
stewardess normally works the
"kitchen" while the other serves.
Mira Winbert, was trained for
her job at a school for stewardes stewardesses
ses stewardesses in Mexico ..City. The compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive course included instruc instructions
tions instructions for emergencies. which .she
happily has not needed to put into
nractical use. She learned how to
treat seawater to make it drink.
able, first aid and "ditching"
techniques.
The emergencies instructions
went so far as to advise that wo.
Mel sseneers must remove
hirh heeled shoea. lest they punc puncture
ture puncture the nlastic life rafts.
Miss Winberes' job reqiiires ber
to be bi-lingual, since passengers
are Tnost often American or La

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By MARCIE ROTHROCK
Cupid is about to ground Panama's first airline stew stewardess,
ardess, stewardess, She hi Miss Alicia Winberg, blonde hostess for Aero Aerovias
vias Aerovias Panama Airways (APA), who will abandon her high highaltitude
altitude highaltitude profession for the down-to-earth tasks of a house housewife
wife housewife in October.
Her engagement and approaching marriage to the
Zone's Fred Hill Jr. was announced last Sunday.

tin American. The old stories
about passengers making passes
at the hostess are not very true,
she says. In only one instance was
she bothered by an over-loaded
and over-familiar passenger, and
a word from the pilot was suffi sufficient,
cient, sufficient, she recalls.
APA's other stewardesses ars
Peruvian. When the girls stay
ever in Miami before the return
trip the company picks the ho
tel bill Alicia says when they
have a free day, they "shop
shop, shop, most for clothes."
A. good dinner and a movie is
the over-night routine, since the
alarm goes off at five the next
morning.
Possibly missing her flying
trips as much as Alicia will be
her small brothers and sisters,
who put in orders for toys and
treats every time she packs- her
flight bag. The family includes
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen
W. Winberg, and Alicia's' seven
brothers and sisters. The family
home is on Parita Place in MICOn.
Alicia's twin sister, Mrs. Odie
Soper, now lives in the States.
Alicia was graduated from
high school twice. Her first school
ing was in Panama City, but when
she found she could not enter the
Canal Zone Junior Colle without
English, she started high school
again at Balboa.
She is back In school again
this month, while cos,,,vacation
from her lob. Thit time' it's thef
Professional School for Girls in
Paitilia, mhors she Is learning
some Culinary tricks to play in
her own kitchen.
She will also be well-prepared
for marriage in the child-rearing
aspect. Sbe practiced baby-burpinv.
on ber own brothers and sis sisters,
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for pint-sized passengers.
Alicia's enthusiasm for flying is
not shared either by her fiance
or her parents And the airlines
frown on wedding rinys.

WASHINGTON (NEA) The
best way to sell America to a
foreigner is to be a good listener.
That's the tip of a woman who
arranges visits for foreigners to
the homes of Washington fami families.
lies. families. And since more and more
visitors are coming to the U. S.
it's a good idea for' everyone to
pay attention to her advice.
Margaret O'Donoghue, an offi official
cial official of the Washington Interna International
tional International Center, explains that many
Americans believe keeping up a
constant chatter helps but their
guests at ease. "They:re just try trying
ing trying to be friendsly,' she says.
"But they don't let the poor for foreigner
eigner foreigner come up for air."
One way she recommends for
getting a shy foreginer to take an
active part in a conversation is to
ask him what he would normally
be doing if he were at home. Once
the conversation gets started,
Miss ODonogue says, the host
and hostess should do at least 50
per cent of the listening.
Miss O'Donogue's advice stems
from nine years of experience in
dealing with foreigners at the In International
ternational International Center. The Center,
which is sponsored by the Ameri American
can American Council on Education under
contract with the State Depart Department;
ment; Department; has the job of briefing for foreign
eign foreign officials and technicians who
travel or study in the .U.S. as
guests of Jingle Sam. The orienta orientation
tion orientation lasts' a week.
After hearing the lectures on
U.S. customs and history Miss 0
Donoghue explains, "The visitors
don't feel uncomfortable, insecure
or ineffective as they often do
when coming here for the first
time."
One of Miss O'Donogue's princi principal
pal principal jobs is to operate the Center's
Rol Hospitality and Information
Com ittee which locates families

willing to entertain foreign visit.
ors in their homes. So fa, Miss
Donoghue and her committee of
volunteer workers have recruited
about 850 families.
When a foreigner arrives at the
Center, he is asked what type of
family he would like to visit. For
instance, he might wish to visit
people who have several children
or spend and evening with people
who have hobbies similar to his
own.

Committee members check
their files to find a family which
fits the visitor's requirements.
Then they ma,ke arrangements for
him to have dinner with the Am Americans
ericans Americans or visit them for a day.
In addition to monopolizing a
conversation, Miss O'Donoghue
has some other tips for putting
strangers at ease in your home.
"Involving them in doing with
you what you are doing is the
greatext honor that you can pay
them," she explains.
She recommends getting them
to go grocery shopping with 3'oti
or inviting them to attend church
,even if they ate not Christians.
"You'd be surprised how many

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So while marriage will be the
beginning of a new life with new
interests, it will also mean that
Alicia will file the stewardess clas classification
sification classification as "nee"along with
h,er maiden name.

To Sell America, Try Listening To Guests

Buddhists would be be hnored to,
go to church," Miss O'Donoghue

explains.
Miss O'Donoghue feels that she
has benefited a great deal from
her contacts with foreigners at
the International Center. She ex explains:
plains: explains: "Meese people are willing to be
separated from their families to
study in the U.S. nd take what
they learn back home to help their
countries. It teaches you hum.
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that iced tea is one of the roost
pleasant answers to how to keep
cool on a hot summer day. By the
pitcherful or by the gallon, it is
a hot weather refresher.

The following recipe makes a about
bout about 2 quarts of iced tea. To make
it by the gallon, double the recipe.
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(Makes 10 to 12 servings)
Bring 1 quart of water to a full
rolling boil in an open sauce pan.
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ly immediately add 1-3 cup loose tea (or 15 tea teabags).
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Roberts pitched seven innings;
61,billess hall and then survived'
thifinal two innings in shaky 1,
' fa ion today to help the Pni;a Pni;adephia
dephia Pni;adephia Phillies to a 6-3 victory
Ovr the Chicago Cubs.
ik,
4.,Robert's bid for his first no-hittie
of his 12-year career with the
EAtils, was broken up in the eighth
StIkr one out. Lee W'alls was safe
otvshortstop Joe Koppe's throwing
elpr and singles by Randy Jai.k Jai.kioll
ioll Jai.kioll and' Iry Noren followed. Jack Jacks
s Jacks moved to second on third ha hatiaban
tiaban hatiaban Gene Freese's wild tnrow,
ittlowing Walls to score, and No NotO's
tO's NotO's single drove in Jackson.
rititoberts retired the next two
titers to end the eighth, But Jim
MIkshaIlli blasted a lOad-off home
rue in the ninth, and Ernie Banks'
illgle was the fourth and final hit
OLL, the big righthander.
to --
jiT4. ASHINGTON, June 20 (UPI)
dtilii0.,Yost's bases-loaded sing sing1
1 sing1 wtth two out in the sixth in in,was
,was in,was the key blow today in
a: ve-run outburst that helped the
Detroit Tigers beat the Washing WashingtO0
tO0 WashingtO0 Senators, 7-4.
Mal Griggs, Washington Startpr,
ims pitching a 2-0 shuout when he
falered in the seventh. Lou tier tierbeLet
beLet tierbeLet -Ikalked and Johnny Groth
tiVited walked and Johnny throw to
stitond was too late. Rocky
Solidges then beat out a bun1 to

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, Itilves regained the National League lead today by beat beat',
', beat', isi the New York Giants a 4-1 score.
',' ,t The Giants, who hod moved in front by a halt-game
fastnight when they shaded the Braves 4-3, played slop slop.
. slop. pily afield today, which contributed to the Milwaukee
'1 Nictory.

fill the bases.
Griggs disposed of the next two
batters but Yost singled to center
for two runs and Larry Osborne
doubled in two more. Osborne la later
ter later scored on an error.

NEW YORK, June 20 (UM
Bill (Moose) Skowron went on a
one man rampage, knocking in
five runs against the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians with a pair of homer and a
triple to lead the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to their fifth straight victory,
10 2.
Duke Maas, a bit shaky at the
start. settled down after the third
inning to hurl an eight-hitter that
earned him his fifth victory' of the
season and the Yankees their I7th
triumph in the last 23 games.
Herb Score, victimized by his
ovvn wildness and three Cleveland
errors, suffered his fourth loss a against
gainst against seven victories when he
gave up five walks and seven runs
during the 1-1:3 innings he workett
After two walks and catener
Russ Nixon's throwing error gave
the Yankees their first run in the
openingframo, Skowron tripled
home another one in the same inning.

ST. LOUIS, June 20 (UPI)
Bill White smashed three hits in
four times at bat to lead the St
Louis Cardinals to 5-2 victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates today.
White, who hit at .423 clip this
month, increased his batting
average to .357 second only to
Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee
Braves in the National League.
The winning pitcher in the Car Cardinals'
dinals' Cardinals' fourth victory in their last
five contest was Vinegar Bend
Mizell. The St. Louis southpaw
scored his ninth mound triumph
in 12 decisions, although he nerd nerded
ed nerded relief help from Lindy McDaniel.

Greb Made
Them See

CINCINNATI (NEA) Maxie
Rosenbloom, the former light-heavyweight
champion who is now an
actor, still likes to talk about box boxing.
ing. boxing. "What an education got in the
ring," Rosenbloom said. "I ran a a'Way
'Way a'Way from my manager when I
was 19. Alhen I came back, he
punished me by getting me a
fight with Harry Greb.
"Greb was the dirtiest figlirr
in the game, but I didn't know it.
"Not until he stuck his two
thumbs in my ,m-,eyen9 and said,
'Now be a good boy and quit try trying
ing trying to knock me out.'

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Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Moose
1st Rac 7th

1-Indian Call
2-Towns Wall
3-Bathina
4-Te loreo
5-Renata
6-Corviglla
7-Lanero

2nd R ace "Special" Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse 8650.00 Pool
Second Race of tile Double
1-Smart Catch R. Cruz 10CxCould get up here
2-Serres Road B. Baeza 113 Jockey may decide
3 Eros H. Hidalgo 96x Distance to liking
4-Dofia Linda M. Valen. 108 Good early speed
5-Creon A. Perez 110 Distance may help
6-Joyero S. Hernadez 105 Usually close up
7-Damainana H. Gustines 105 Dangerous contender
8-Second Cup R. Vagquez 110 Distance handicaps

3rd Race 'Non-Winners' Nat. 5 Pg Purse $300.00 Pool Closes 2:00

I-Silvana H. Hidalgo
2-Noventa y Tres M. Chaim.
3-Shalea S. Callender
4-Flash J. P. Diaz
5-Charlie Grants B. Aguirre

4th Race "C" Natives 7 Nis. Purso $425.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Ouiniela

1-Daniel
2-yosikito
3-Black Bee
4-So lit
5-Xahari

Sth Race "Natives 2 years" 5 Fos.Purse $2000.00 Pool
"Carolina M. de Chiari Classic"
1-Kazan B. Baeza 115 Seems best here
2-Mechi O. Bravo 112 Could surprise
3-Dan Tin J. Rodriguez 115 Improving steadily
4-Shah Gal H. Gustines 112 Rates good chance
5-Mr. Roberts S. Hernandez 115 Should be runnerup
6-Don Tututo F. Alvarez 115 Rates chance too

6th Race 5th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:40
First Race of the,Double
1-Behader H. Hidalgo '100x Distance suits style 15;
2-Escardillo B. Baeza 115 Jockey gives chance 4-1
3-Carcaman H. Gustines 10S Loves runnerup spot 5 :
4-Bongaros F. Alvarez 105 Long overdue 2-
5-Farallon V. Castillo 115 Disappointment thus far 2-1
6-Saipristi F. Hidalgo Jr. 112 Early speed only 30-1

7th Race 6th

1-Recife
2-Macse
3-Ju lio Verne
ti-Dorla Flora
5-Alamito
6-Pa lave
7-La Desiree
8 Lancaster
9-Kensington
10-0torongo

8th Race "F"

1-Guacamaya
2-Victoria
3-Linda Susy
4-Don Manuel
5-Noticion
6-Pilluelo
7-Call Girl
8-Zia
9-Fi Ion

9th Race

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3rd

1-Sicabu
2-Granadero
3-Bright Spur
4-Sputnik
5-Embassy
6-lonias Pet
7-Kadir
8-Tatin
9-Melendez
10-Miebaux

10th Race lst Ss
1-Alpina
2-Al Justo
. 3.Constantino
4-Siete y Medio
5-Pan Tostado

PARAISO 7:00
"Revenge of
Frankenstein"

"Revenge of
Frankenstein"
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Jockey St. Composes Odds
Sodes Imp. 7 Pes. Purse $450.00 Pool Clow 1:00
First Race of the Double
B. Aguirre 112 Waste of time 15 1
A. Credidio 108 Lately unpredictable 3-1
J. P. Diaz 103t Rates good chance 5-1
.51. Chalmers 103xForm indicates 2-1
F. Sanchez 100xCould hang on here 4-1
R. Cruz 101xStops to a walk 25-1
J. Jimenez 110 Rates chance too 7-2
Ran well in last 3-1

H. Gustines 112 Rates good chance
S. Hernandez 115 Has good workouts
H. Hidalgo 107x Distance to liking
A. Credidio 115 Could surprise
B. Baeza 115 Jockey may help

Series Imp. 6 Fos.Purse $450.00
Second Race of the Double

V. Castillo
H. Hidalgo
Jose Rodrig
A. Credidio
J. Samaniego
H. Gustines
R. Vasquez
F. Sanchez
A. .1.0Arless
J. Ta,lavera

Natives 6
R. Cruz
A. Lour less
H. Gustines
H. Hidalgo
V. Ortega
A. Credidio
B. Baeza
F. Sanchez
J. P. Diaz

Series imp. 8

H. Hidalgo
A. Credidio
R. Vasquez
A. Perez
S. Hernandez
A. Gonzales
H. Pitly
V. Castillo
B. Baeza
H. Mora

97x Hasn't shown much
100x Must improve plenty
105 Could be runnerup
101x Seems next best
116 Excluded from betting

115 Nothing recently
MxCould surprise
108 Must go lower
108 Enjoying great form
118 Brief early speed
113 Should score here
115 Could be runnerup
112x Good early speed
;07x-Notiting in month,
110 Ran well in last

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100xUsually disappoints
102x Rates good chance
112 Will fight it out
I95x Has strong finish
IS Dangerous contender
108 Good early speed
108 Jockey will decide
1.10ic Rates good chance
100xNot against these

Fgs. Purse $650.00 Pool Closes
One Two

96x Must go lower
108 Would pay fat odds
115 Rates good chance
110 Would pay off
110 Dangerous contender
100 Early speed only
107x Nothing recently
110 Could make it here
108 Mutuels favorite
106 7Depends on start
Could surprise here

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Series imp. 9 Fgs. Purse $1000.00 Pool

pth Rocs Sth Sorios Imp. 8 Fgs.Purso 8600.00
One Two

1-Albigense H. Gustines
2-Abolengo B. Baeza
3-Alucinado A. Credidio
4-Red Label F. Sanchez
5-Manandoagua A. Gonzales
6-Plucky .1. Cadogan
7-Gouvernant II. Hidalgo
8-Chariclela J. P. Diaz
9-Vespuelo R. Cruz
10-Cervecero S. Hernandez
11-Zapaton E. Dario
12Diocese F. Alvarez

R. Cruz 101xDistance handicaps
F. Alvatrez 110 Ran well in last
H. Gustines 12) Seems best here
B. Baeza 120 Should be runnerup
O. Bravo 112 Last two were poor

SERVICE CENTER TEHATERS TODAY

DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
Robert Taylor
Cyd Chart-sae
"PARTY GIRL"

Monday "Simba"

113 Hard to beat here
108 Jockey may help
110 Distance handicaps
112x Needs better rider
110 Nothing in months
112 Would surprise
MxEarly speed only
97x Nothing to indicate
102x Rates good chance
110 Impressive win last
Should be close up
118 --Seems best here

GAMBOA 7:00 GATTIN 2:30 7:00
"WAR LOCK" "THE RESTLESS YEARS"
Tues. 'Return To Warbow" Tues. "St. Louis Blues"

BALBOA AIR (
1:30 3

Also b'howing MoL4DAYI

1 SANTA CRUZ
7:00
"All That
Heaven Allows"

Pool Closos

Pool Closes 4:40

Closos

AIR CONDITIONED
1:30 3:50 6:10 8:30

2-1
2-1
3-1
4-1
5-2
Ciosis 3;00

Close s5:40

Pool Closes

I MARGARITA 2:30 7:00
Doris Day
Richard Widmark
''TITNNEL OF LOVE"
Monday!
'True Story of Lynn Stuart"

7amp Blerd 7:00
"War Of The
Satellites" and
"Spy Chasers"

1:30
8-1
2-1
4-1
8-1
8-1
4-1
5-2
5-1

5-2
15-1
2-1
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3-5
4-1
3-1
3-1
2-1
2-1

15.-1
4-1
5 2
2-1
2-1
30-1

4:05

25-1
15-1
20-1
3-1
10-1
EVEN
5-2
2-1
2-1
2-1

10-1
5-1
10 1
3 1
5-1
5-2
5-1
15-1

5:15

25-1
20 1
4-1
13-1
3-1
50 1
20 1
3-2
2-1
5-1
5-1

23-1
10 1
12
4-5
4-5

2-1
4-1
5-1
'15 1
30-1
50-1
50 1
30-1
5-2
3-2
3-2
3 2

National League
TEAMS W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 37 28 .569
San Fritigisco 37 29 .561 Vs
Pittsburgii 35 31 .530 112
x-Los Angeles 35 32 .523 3
Chicago 32 33 .492 5
St. Louis 19 1'34 .460 7
x-Cincinnati 291 35 .453 714
Philadelphia 2$ 37 .403 1012
x-Night game not included.

Today's Games
Cincinnati at Los Angeles
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St. Louis

Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 010 110 100-4 8 1
S. Francisco 000 000 010-1 5 3
Burdette (11-5) and Crandall;
McCormick, Muffett (8) and Lan Landrill).
drill). Landrill). LP-McCormick (4-7). HR HRAdcock
Adcock HRAdcock (5th).
Philadelphia 000 400 002-6 6 2
Chicago 000 000 021-3 4 3
Roberts (6-5) and Sawatski,
Thomas (9); Drott, Henry (4),
Hobble (9), Elston (9) and S. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. LP-Drott (1-1). HR-Marshall
(6).

Pittsburgh 000 000 200-2 9 0
St. Louis 201 020 00x-5 10 2
Friend. Porterfield (5), Daniels
(6), Illackburn (8), and Foi les,
Kravitt (2); Mizell. McDaniel (7)
and H. Smith. WP-Mizell (9-3). LP LPFriend
Friend LPFriend (3-9)

Cincinnati at Los Angeles (Night
Game).
American kagile
TEAMS W L Pct. GB
Cleveland 33 27 .550 --
x-Baltimore 34 29 .540 12
xx-Chicago 33 29 .532 1
New York 32 29 .525 11A
x-Kansas City 26 33 .441 6
xx-Boston 27 34 .443 612
Washington 27 34 .443 6!12
x-Night game not included.
xx-Second game not included

Today's Games

Chicago atrBoston ,
Cleveland at New io4 (2)
Detroit at Washington (2)
Kansas City at Baltimore
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 000 000'002-2 8 3
New York 250 020 10x-10 8 0
Score, Cicotte (2), Perry (7) and
Nixon; Maas (5-4) and Howard,
LP-Score (7-4). HRS-Skowron 2
(11 and 12), Held OM
Detroit 000 002 500-7 II 0
Washingtot 011 000 200-7-4 6 I
Lary, Sider (7) and Berberet;
Griggs, Stobbs (7), Woodeshick
(8) and Courtney. WP-Lary (8-3).
LP-Griggs (2-5).
(First game)
Chicago 000 010 001-2 8 2
Boston 410 000 30x-8 9 1
Wynn. Latman (2), Moore (5),
Arias (7). Lown (7) and Lollar;
Brewer (5-3) and Daley. LP-Wynn
(9-5). IIRS-Malzone (9), Landis
(4).

(Second game)
Chicago at Boston (Night game)
Kansas City at Baltimore (Night
game).

RECORD STANDS
Rai, h, N.C. (NEA) George
Pickett, new freshman basketball
coach at North Carolina State,
holds the school's high jump rec record.
ord. record. Pickett jumped 6-4 1-4 in 1950,

Ben Rogan

CARD The United States
Open Championship at Winged
Foot quickly demonstrated that
, the incomparable Ben Hogan
remains the most magnetic in.
; dividual attraction in golf.'
11,

Mexican Quijano Fights Santa!

fa Colon TeniR60-ii-c.1110.041.1i7or.

Victor Manuel Quijano, the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican featherweight champion with
a punishing left hook, and Jesus
Santamaria, the scrappy but .un .unpolished
polished .unpolished Panama 126-pound king,
square off tonight at the Colon A Arena
rena Arena in a ten-round, 128 pound
feature.
Quijano, a stocky 24-year-old In Indian
dian Indian from the state of Yucatan,
expects to make around 127 pounds
while Santamaria, a slim 22-yearold
native of the coastal town of
Escobal in the Colon province,
plans to tip the scales at between
125 and 126 pounds.'
The Mexican, on the basis of his
record and his impressive work workouts
outs workouts since arriving here early last
week, is a favorite to make his
Isthmian debut a victorious one.
Quijano hols decisions over New
Yorker Ike Chestnut, who easily
decisioned the local champ May
24; and Ernesto Figueroa, who de defeated
feated defeated Chestnut in Mexito sever several
al several weeks before the Statesider

fought Santamaria. ..
The visitor boasts of being In ex excellent
cellent excellent condition because he haa
been training for over a month in
his homeland for a defense Of his
title against Fill Nava, a country countryman,
man, countryman, next July 18.
Ile Panamanian's handlers have
promised to put a "new" Santa on
display tonight. They claim, with without
out without taking any credit away from
Chestnut, that Santamaria, at 129,
was at least three pound, too Ilea.
vy when he was defeated by Ike.
The local lad, they say, Is at
his best at 125 or 126 and the sur surplus
plus surplus poundage was the reason he
never got going against Chestnut.
Santamaria's corner describes
the fighter as "new" because of
his reported development of de defensive
fensive defensive tactics he never bothered
with before. He is said to have
learned at last the importance of
defense in dropping his first ver verdict
dict verdict in 19 battles, to Chestnut.
Hundreds of Pacific siders are

,
.
if
eapected An' take' adiantage a
special train -whiCit Will, lealt the
Panama Railroad station at 2:3G
p.m. today mid 'depart fr V
lon station 'at 1Z:30, a.nve,,,- t-to:oi
51 round-trip. tickets.forlethert
Day the excursion---sponserejointly
by the liltamira anti,-COminia-
sary, clubs, will go on sale4t tbo
Panama station from 8 -141rick
this morning., 5 i, d
Three prelims coMplete ''''',, it
card -drawn up by Colon promotd
ars Lin Duncan and Reinaldo Pen;
gaily. - A .- .1!
In the six-round semifinal ta tatrocinio
trocinio tatrocinio Allen takes on Jose Gron Grondola
dola Grondola at 126 pounds.. ,41
Unbeaten former amatelm bant bantamweight
amweight bantamweight champ Eloy Renr tack tackles
les tackles Seralin Garcia in a four-rouhd,
er at a weight limit of 125 imonlik
And in the curtain raiseri-sasil
scheduled for four beats,StaVel
Wilson engages David .yright kat
128 pounds. R,,-.,,,tr.,-0212'i42
General admissinnlirki i $1-41.
. ,, ..-

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Kazan Big Favorite To Cop'
Carolina M. Chiari Classic

The Haras San Miguel's imprese
sive colt Kazan looms an odds-on
mutuels favorite to whip five oth other
er other classy two-year-old have colts
and fillies in the $2,000 added fivp
futiong Carolina Mendez de Chia Chiari
ri Chiari Classic tomorrow afternoon at
the President Remon racetrack.
Mrs. Chiari, an ardent turf ran
op to the moment of her demise
several years ago, has been hon honored
ored honored with the running of this an
nual feature since 1957. Members
of the Chiari and Mendez families
Will be guests of the racetracK to-,
day.

Kazan will go against the imk)res imk)ressive
sive imk)ressive filly Meehi and the Haras
Carinthia entry of Shah Gal Dan
Tin and the Isaac (Sam) Jimenez
trained entry of Mr. Roberts and
Don Tuturo.

Four of the six scheduled start starters
ers starters are unbeaten. Kazan has won
three races, Shah Gal four, Mr.
Roberts two and Mechl her only
start. Don Tuturo has two wins
and .twor plates 'in, lour Starts while
Dan Tin has won only in five
starts but has shown steady im improvement.
provement. improvement. Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
will guide Kazan, Oscar Br,vo
has the leg up on Mechi, Julio Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez will be aboard Dan Tin,
Heliodoro Gustines will do the boot
ing on Shah Gal, Sandino Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez has the assignment on Mr.
Roberts and Fernando Alvarez
will attempt to get home first a aboard
board aboard Don Tuturo.

The fillies Mechi and Shah Gal
will tote 112 pounds while the colts
will carry 115 each.

Constantino and Siete y Mtdio
clash in a virtual match race in
the $1,000 one mile and one-eighth
secondary attraction for first se series
ries series imported threughbreds. Gusti Gustines
nes Gustines will guide the improved Cons Constantino
tantino Constantino while Baeza, as usual, has
the leg up on the disappointing Sie Siete
te Siete y Medio.
Nine other interesting races am
included on an attractive card.
Yesterday, Deauville raced to a
two-length victory in the featured
seven furlong dash for second se series
ries series racers. Outsider Playboy fin finished
ished finished second and Bacancito was
third. Mutuels favorite Yucatan
disappointed and wound up fourth.
Horacio was fifth and Homan last.
Deauvilfe, under si confident ride 1
by Gustineil; 'way-rated under
steadying restraint to the final
quarter whershe easily took con.
mand from fading Pacesetter Ho Homarvand
marvand Homarvand went todspore with plenty'
left.'

.
The Deauville:Playboy one-two
returned'4143.80 best payoff of
the afternoori,.10ther Alit)? divid dividends
ends dividends were the eleventh race one onetwo
two onetwo coMbinatioli 'of -PosiblementeLe
Matelot 04.60', the first dobule
Montesco's $13,40 ill, the second
race.
Gustines and.Baeza shared sad saddle
dle saddle honors 'with twO wins apiece.
(Titita-Mottescol $107.80 and the
second double (Frijolito-Highland
Prince) $60.
The day's best win dividend was
Besides Deauville. Gustines
brought home Posiblemente first

TELECASTS RESUME
HOLLYWOOD WM) Pro Promoter
moter Promoter Jackre Leonard announced
today that telecasts of fightg at
Hollywood Legon Stadium will be
reimmed July, 11. the entire
esrd is being presented each Sat Satiirday
iirday Satiirday night beginning at 8:30 a.m.
p.ut

TIVOLI
35c. --L.-6 20c.
NEVER LOVE A
STRANGER
J. Drew Barrymore
Alm:
KING OF THE WILD
STALLIONS
Geo.. Montgornerr

while Baeza scored with Mohica Mohicano
no Mohicano and Puerto Madero.
The dividends:
First Race
1Titita $6.60, $4.20,
2Lo Moscoso $3.80

Second Race
1M ontesco $13.40, $5.20
2Tierral $3.20
First Double $107.80

Third Race
1Don Grau $5.40
2--No place betting
Fourth Race
1Mohicano $7.20, $4.60
2-L-Tuti Fruti $3.60
Quiniela $18.20

CAPITOLIO
35c. 20c.
Spanish Picturesi
BAJO Elf, CIELO
DE MEXICO..
with M. A. Mena
(MIEN CON NINO
SE ACCESTA
, with Tin Tan

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Fifth Race
1San Viccnte $0.20, $2.80
2--King Size $2.40
Sixth Race
1Frijolito $9.80, $5.80
2Resolana IMO
Seventle,Raies,V;i'
1Tlighland Prince $8.40, $4.80
2Madame Cucu $5.20
Second Double $60
Eighth Race
1Cuquita $4.60, $2.20
2Pepin $2.20
Quiniela $3.80
Ninth Race
1Deauville $5, $2.60

VICTORIA';'
25c. pc4.
TORPEDO RCN
with Glenn Ford
- Also:
TARZAN SECRET
TREASURE 2.,
with J. Weissmullor,

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2Play Boy $12
One-Two $14380

Tenth Race
1Puerto Madero 42.40, 22.20
2Atrayente 22.80
leventh Race
1Posiblemente 2300 $3
2Le Matelot 20
One-Two 264.80

Racetracrc Tips

1Corvig lia
2Serras Roas
3Flash
4Sahri
5Kazan
6Farallon
7Pa lave
8Call Girl

By CONRADO

Behind
Joyero
Si iyana
Yosacito

5Kazan Mr. Roberts )(
6Farallon Carcaman
7Pa lave (we've (a)
8Call Girl ; Linda Susy
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Double in Technicolorr
Dick Bogarde in
"The Wind Cannot Read"
Melina Mercouiri in
"THE GYPSY AND THE
GENTLEMAN"

BOB HOPE UPROARIOUS LAMPOON
OF WEST IN
"ALIAS JESSE JAMES"
OPENS ON WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLA VISTA

Bob Hope's spoof of what goes for "western" enter.'
tainment will take over the BELLA VISTA screen starting
Wednesday when the star's "ALIAS JESSE JAMES"' sets
up camp for a long stay. Redtressed Rhonda Fleming ap appears
pears appears as Hope's leading lady in a role as a dance haft,
queen with Wendell Corey as the notorious train robber.
Bob and his brother Jack co-produced "ALIAS JESSE
JAMES" in color by De Lyxe, directed by Norman Z.
McLeod.
The comic plays the part of Milford Farnsworth, a
gabby but fumbling insurance agent who sells a $1001000
policy to Jesse James. He soon learns what a poor risk
James is, insurance wise, what with lead, poisoning ept,,,
demic in those parts. It becomes the duty of the dude to
get that signed-up policy back and cancel the company's
obligation.
Hope's return as "ALIAS JESSE JAMES" marks his
first appearance in a "western" since the "Paleface" series
and the end of a two-year absence from Hollywood was
"Beau James". Since then he has made two in Europe PP,
sides his TV appearances. ,,
The barbed Bob Hope wit gets an assistlx a nuntbelkOrkr
ingenious visual gags which crowd the inevie licieen'.- 'Trick
photography, wild chases, special props vand a lbang-ap''illmax
too good to divulge all add to the hilarious- Ogre ac.,
cording to the advance reports. 'f
Don't miss this uproarious lampoon et the'w0t;'1Vhich
opens next Wednesday, at the BeHa ViSta Tileitte4

TODAY-girgoalautiEs0.;;ITO,PAY

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Pat Boone
Christine Carere
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1-Alpina R. Cruz 101xDistance handicaps
, WEEKEND ATTRACTION 2-Al Justo F. Alvarez 110 Ran well in last
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4-Siete y Medici B. Baeza 120 Should be runnerup
, 5-Pan Tostado O. Bravo 112 Last two were poor
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3-Alucinado B. Baeza 108 Jockey may help
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4:,4
7-Gouvernant II. Ilidalgo 10.tx Early speed only
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Wild itc.eharge of 9-Vespucio R. Cruz 102x Rates good chance
the llophants!..., ,,
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, VI e t,,j,, jump Of 11-Zapaton E. Dario i08 Should be close up
r deatlit.::''T Nature $ .,,, o '''''''''
, 12-Diocese F. Alvarez 118 --Seems best here
girl att the ,jun ,jun'
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dances pti the k., 0'
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mill stream? Well, Bill, Eddie and Chuck Coleridge, ranging
lin age from 13 to 17, play Huckleberry Finns trying their luck
Vith the piddlewheel of the Mississippi riverboat, Sprague,
known as Big Mama, which Was towed from Vicksburg, Miss.,
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' EUGENE, Ore. (NEA) Be Because
cause Because his mother let him -run be
hhul---thea family car when. he; was
a littliboy, Dyron Burlesatitopu ld
be-It:the it youngest t stance -,atinteelyettiito
represent themI:44a
States in the Olympic Games,
whic,,b :ara,,to. list4q,drkl! :Riln le!
Augt 25 Setit'll',7360: '''- '''''''-'----4-'
Thsi ,,111-'-year-oldt4orega,,on tresii-: )
min credits man's '-iielp in making
hint one of the most promising
runners: in the t.l.4S. His parehts
aided him when he was in
Erammer school and by the time
Iteiwas a high school freshman,
Oregon's coach, Bill Bowermaiv
was giving hini ', :Ontiiiiragefuerlt.
Burleson holds the nattonai 4
college freshman record for the 0
mile, 4:06.7, hak run it that fast ,5
twice, first when) ( Ili 'bent titialel 't
Tabori in the Drake Relays this: 0
spring and for the second time III
in the .Californisielays, in M),
desto, May 30. go, .1,,Ik-, 4'4 i., it
, For a year he wit riatiott
high school mge champion, witb
a 4:13.2' clocking, ibut thil wits i,
broken-in the Oailifornia Relays, ;
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pie leen, lank 1 rlinnor4--he's fl
six' feet one anti iSt'Ll'cifind ii
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has to be -.,.-ecitts teit,t,r'zitoon-L ,h
tender for -a,r,ilie on the;',11:S,i:'
team for the dual., Ineet:,:- 'With a
Russia this !Sumter and the c
Pan-Americaaq' fGames ,in Chi- 0
ate Aug. 27--Septi7. 7' ,a
As a freahnina: c411-egian,, he's c
undefeated v alpinist -' freshmen or r
varsity. I,- ,--,.. ,- -, I. ',In e 17 : E
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Burlesore,:tat tral ed- hard fai h
the Natioriati;.-.Anaktetir Athletie: 1,"
Union, -titeet-Sttlder Colo.. ,''''.
June i,10200ttlilik,the yotingster -','
tackles4iititide4rs'At4ell as, more', d
Mature runnere;,,BIL Bowerman; b
whose teamiatitveS:iitnii- the,...-:;Ba4 a
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six stregfirleats, 'is high' hie -:
Buie:ion. , .
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will be before hes through," A
sas Bill. ."He could easily be a
one of our greatest of all time." a
Burleson, hails from Cottage II
Grove, some 30 miles from to- V
gene. In iddition te having a p
faintly interested, in track, 14is r
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4,, .1-0.1,-r,, ,,,, 1, r ",,, 2p.,,:, ,-..--,--.. - r----- The ball popped into the air tor is much less a problem far GET WISE-74 1
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k 41------ -----,-- ---t .--..,,,,,.-,,,--....- nerve control. With the years. builtin after-shave comfort.to keep,,yofinr face feeling GET rAISE . .
,0 --, -:: .-- , IIMOMill. Round Rbbin over the Canoe pressure mOunts. and nowhere is .
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smooth, soft and comfortabledi day longl- ,1 0
t, at ,';,,,,a 1 ,, t i, , t, 'i -4- Brook ceurse. $ummit NJ. 1 the erosion more manifest, than ,
--,.1,i',,,t,T4,01 , With only her head -showing. t I, i , t 1', ..
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Wbile Bustling Burleson .is
gehetally miler,' he has great
speed snd is. only one and a half
seconds above the national
freshman record in the 880, hav having
ing having run 1:51.7 in one of two
,half-mile races this sKing.
In a meet between'. 0 e gon
and Oregon State this spring,
Cliff Cordy broke a meet rec record
ord record in the 880 with a 1:53 9--
-a seven-year old mark. Yet
Cordy was-overshadowed by the
phehninenal Oregon Freshman,
Burleson 'Sprinting in ahead of
film by about, yards to win in
SAKIer-TIVIlt:,!rat the, mile for
tlie Oregon yaraitY next y a r,
drott,45tWk,,tb, :the 880, when
:,additional LA are needed.
egeellent, Student.
While Burleson failed to qual qualify
ify qualify for the mile. final against an
outstanding field in the National
AAU meet in Bakersfield, Calif.,
as a high school senior a year
ago, he did beat Ted Wheeler of
Iowa in 4:11 and a fraction.
Wheeler wa& a 1956 U.S. Olm Olmpie
pie Olmpie team membef in the 1,500
meters. -
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' YORK --'-(NEA)
Joseph Dykes shakes his. head in
astonishment discussing the
Tigers he inherited after they had
won just,lwo games while losing
.
Under Jimmie.Dykes' stewsid stewsidship,
ship, stewsidship, Detroit had bagged 28 games
whlle losing 11 to be the fastest.
moving olub in the major leagues
coming into the big series at
Yankee Stadium., The Bengals
were .only- a hop, step and Jump
out of first- place and were begin beginning
ning beginning to believe they could take it
all.
Dykes, the old Athletic, 82 :)nd
in his 43d year in organized base-.
ball, made only three changes 1,nd
a suggestion. He put Al Kaline in
the showcase that is center Lield
and switched Harvey Kuenn to
right He installed Charley Max Maxwell
well Maxwell in left field and inured the
Paw Paw Poker that the job was
his against both kinds of pitching
He advised Eddie Yost to quit
waiting for bases on balls and to
, more frequently attempt to pull
the ball to left field in which di direction
rection direction the third baseman has
power.
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Then manager Dykes straighten straightened
ed straightened out the pitching staff until it
became the, best.
Dykes hasn't had it so good
since as a third baseman he help helped
ed helped put Connie Mack and the Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia A"s- in- the World Ser Ser.
. Ser. ies of 1929-30-31. In 16 years as
a big league manager, Dykes,
who started this season as coach
of' the Pirates, never had a good
club to manage.
So, what could he ask for now,
with pitching galore and Kuenn
and Kaline battling for the Am American
erican American League batting champion championsh,ip?
sh,ip? championsh,ip? 'A first baseman," said Dykes,
between puffs of his cigar in the
visitors' dressing room at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium, "any old first base baseman,
man, baseman, any one of seven this club
traded ewer."
The one the Tigers themselves
wish they had is Vic Wertz, who
was an outfielder in his younger
years with Detroit. But they'd
readily settle for other ex-Tigers,
Walt Dropo, Ray Boone, Earl
Torgeson and Dave Phille y,
among them. In the Billy Martin.
deal, which did not work out well
for Detroit, Kansas City insisted
on two young first basemen, Kent
Hadley, now with the A's, end Jim
McManus, currently with Butfail.

Dykes' most pronounced pro problem
blem problem at the moment is first base,
perhaps the easiest position to
play. When-it developed that Lar Larry
ry Larry Osborne couldn't hit a ctirve
with a tennis -ratiret,,,Dykes L In Inserted
serted Inserted Gail Harris, hoping that
the ex-Giant would catch fire aa
did Maxwell in left field. But Os Osborne
borne Osborne was put back on the job
when Harris' batting average
hovered around an extremely cold
.181.
The Tigers' bench stiffers from
the lack of hitting at first base.
Going into the Yankee series,
Dykes had only three pinch-hits
since be assumed command on
Mty 3. lo the dugout In addltion
to one of the first basemen are
Gus &rifle!, Neil Chrisley, John Johnny
ny Johnny Groth and the spare catcher.
either Red Wilson or Lou Berbe Berber,et,
r,et, Berber,et, and Ted Lepcio and Coot Veal,
tbe extra shortstop. Outside of the
catchers, none has hit a lick.
So if you hear of an, old first
baseman who can bit a little bit
running around loose, please con contact
tact contact Jimmie DYkeCt
EOXING BAN KILLED
SACRAMENTO (UPI) The
Assembly Rules Committee killed
a resolution to ban boxing in Cali California
fornia California Friday until there 1 la 'a
cleanup of "gangster elements
and illegal monopols." Commit Committee
tee Committee members said they thought
the proposal would go too far.
A HEAD OF THE GAME
The ball popped into the ale
as Patty Berg shot her way
out of a trap in the Triangle
Round Robin over the Canoe
Brook ceurse. ,Bummitfr NJ.1
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JOE WILLIAMS

'This was in the cocktail lounge
of the. Playbill, hours after the
last putt had dropped in the O Open,
pen, Open, and they young pro was say saying:
ing: saying: "Well, anyway, I'm Mad
neither Hogan or Snead won.
We'd never heard the last of it
from you guys."
The young pro was comforta comfortably
bly comfortably relaxed and mildly conten contentious
tious contentious but without, r sneer -or .-eovr.,i
Actually, hilted 'tallied." in-ir
respectable position' in this, his
third Open, and, by his lown ad admission,
mission, admission, had done better than he
expected.
"My gripe is with you sports
writers. Year after year it's al always
ways always the same. Hogan and
Snead. Snead and Hogan. By now
people must think nobody else
knows how to hit a golf ball. Tell
me thiswhen was the last time
they won, I mean, a big one, like
the Masters or Abe Open?"
"Well...1. ,,
"Don't bother. I'll tell you. Ho Hogan
gan Hogan hasn't won since '53 (the O Open)
pen) Open) and Snead's last was in 154.
(The Masters.) But who gets all
the publicity before the Open?
Who gets the big galleries? And
finally, who's responsible? You
sports writers, that's who!"
THEY'VE HAD IT
"Now just a minute...."
"just a minute will do, that's all.
I need to complete mY aermon.
Supposin1 Old Baldy had won,
getting his first Open in 19 tries,
or is it 9? Or supposin' old Un Uncle
cle Uncle Ben had got his No. 5 that
I've been reading about .sinse I
was in rompers... Melt, the way
you guys would have written it,
there'd be no point in holding
another Open. Whatever follow followed
ed followed would be terribly anti-climatic,
it would even be blasphe blasphemous
mous blasphemous for a golfer of Mortal clay
to dream of following in the same
sainted footsteps."
The young pro decided against
one for the road.'Besides,' he was
flying, and it Was nearly time. to
start for LaGuardia. He smiled
sheenishly. "1 knw I sound
harsh and rude But, really, Un-1
ele Ben and old hairleee Sambo,
have had it I'm glad Bill Casper
won for selfish ressoncYou see,
Bill .hasn't been around long
enoirgh yet for the sports writers
. t
to defy him."
In some ways, our young, ban bantering
tering bantering friend made good sense.. At
47, Hogan and Snead are in indubitably
dubitably indubitably far over the hill. When
they can't win at 18, agninst the
traditional 34 hole finale, the
old rockine chair het Ent 'em.
In recent. year's ire been po popular
pular popular to speculate that if the 07
nen were conducted on a daily 18-
hole basis, Hoean wonld
lose. More ruggedly built. this
reasoning hat been less often ao aoplied
plied aoplied to Snead. A check of the re records
cords records o'fers scant support to such
a thesis.
Since '53 when. be lag won. Ho.
gen has often been at his
orAamt and tOpot in the secord
half of the double-headers. In
'54 he was ,71-70-78-72:. 155...7,7.-.
73-72-70-: in '58: 7248-72-70. in
158: 573-75-71. (Because of a
back ailment, he didn't compete
in '57.) ,
To 'the aging "player, stamina is
naturally an' important 'ennsideril
tion, but the liogan's and Sneads
are well conditioned profettsion profettsional
al profettsional athletes; the physleal fac factor
tor factor is much less a problem far
them than mental attitude and
nerve control. With the years.
pressure mounts, and nowhere is
the erosion more manifest, than
on the greens. Watch them on
!heft critical t.11-.. "ou can -r1t
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Snead came in with a gleam gleaming
ing gleaming 67 in the third round when
Stormy weather necessitated cur curtailing
tailing curtailing play. Ms worshi p p ers
moaned: "What a dreadful bread"
just when he's going great they
have to stop it."
But there's nothing the Slain Slainmer's
mer's Slainmer's background' that sas he
would have continued great for
18 additional holes. In '53 he was
73 for the first 18 on closing
day, 76 for the sectild: in '55, it
was 70-74; in '56, 69-73. Hence.
his 75 fourth round at Wing Winged
ed Winged Foot was consistent.
The golf fathers, distressed that
circumstances compelled tham
to compromise a basic concept,
were fortunate one of the GAR's
didn't win. Otherwise, it might
have been difficult to defend the
validity of, a championship a achieved
chieved achieved under condiiions thought
to be More favorable to one
group than another.
As it is, the fathers have con concluded
cluded concluded that the unusual circums circumstances
tances circumstances shall be spelled out in
an appendix to the official records.
Inferentially, until Casper does it
again, the hard way, his ,'tic
status falls a mite short of being
100 percent kosher.
sLitti FAT Aly Ay
If fat ruina your figure or makes
yeJ short of breath and endangSrs
your heelth. you will nnd It easy to
loge weight with tho now Hollywood
method Formode. No drastic dieting
or exercise. Ask your drugstore tor
Formed. and otart slimming at one&

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YCAZA WINS FOUR
NEW YORK (UPI) Manuel
Ycaza scored four winners at
Belmont Park Thursday climax climaxing
ing climaxing the perform3nce with a win winning
ning winning ride aboard Polamby in the
performance with a winning ride
aboard Polamby in the 6,000
lions purse for fillies and mares.
He also won on call the witness
in the sixth, game called in the
eighth and fair question in the
FRANCE YtILI,4 AT ASCOT L
ASCOT, England (UPI) Wal Wallaby
laby Wallaby II, owned by Baron Guy de
Waldner, scored France's first vic victory
tory victory at the Royal Ascot meeting
Thursday when he won the 35,-
812 Gold Cup race by a head.
--
BOWLING OPPONENTS NAMED
NEVir YORK (UPI) Andy Pi Piriano
riano Piriano newly-crowned New York
state BPA singles champ.on from
Syracuse, N.Y., meets 'Merman
Gibson of Detroit, Mich.. on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night's live ,"Major Leaga
Bowling how" which featurps
bowlers rolling wh;te mottled
balls on solid black lanes,
AUTO CONTESTANTS NAMED
NEW YORK (UPI) Former
Indianapolis 500 winner Bill Hol Holland
land Holland of Philvielphia and Boh Tat Tattersall.
tersall. Tattersall. UARA champion the last
two years. will compet- in the
Jime 20 Northeastern midget auto
rh mnion hips at the Polo
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66,000 DEER ARE NOT ENOUGH !IT1
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By WARREN PAGE
NEW YORK STATE'S 1958 deer of
season produced a hunter kill 01 y
66,469. ,b!
Even, if we add to that the !n
number of venison steaks ruined a!
by impact with fast-traveling au- ta
tomobiles it isn't enough or in the tt
right ratio of bucks and doea to
keep the herd healthy and., in the ,1
right sex proportions.
It falls far short of the 25 per II
cent mixed-sex harvest that ga,ne
management officials are certain"
is right for civilized-fringe sec-1
lions. !I
Of the total, 42,209 were bucks
your correspondent helped that
score by popping his with 6 mia.
wildcat rifle in the Cats-kills
and 24,260 were does. The giiil giiilmick
mick giiilmick here is that all the does
were shot in one day, Dec. 2, the
last of the season, and what a
madhouse that day was!
When you consider that sitting
on a stump. in New York StIte
woods will produce the sight of
roughly only one buck to 40 does,
there's something Wrong in those
kill figures as far as the herd's
health is concerned.
Until bucks-only states like New
Yorkand Pennsylvania and Michl
gan are in much the sante boat,
though Pennsy's program of herd
adjustment is better advanced than
others---work out a scheme of herd
control that is satisfactory to
hunter, farmer and game manage management
ment management groups alike, not to mention
the do-gooders who are opposed to
killing anything on principl e,
they're forever going to have rou routy
ty routy deer and a slew of barren does
to chew up the greenery waste wastefully.
fully. wastefully. The ultimate end of over-browsing
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Houses
FOR RENT:Vacation (marten
from Juno 20th to Aug. 20th.
Will accept two tough's, 5253-8
Diablo. Phone 2-3315
FOR RENT:Two bedroom cha chalet.
let. chalet. completely furnished
spacions grounds, air-conditioned.
T V.. hot water, 6 months Tel,
3-1407.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT :Local commercial
at Just Arosemene Avenue No.
37-1 1. information 2-2341.
Omm
FOR RENT: -- 31610 square
meters. Irritable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, dose to Auto Ser Servicio,
vicio, Servicio, $235.00 Phone 2-0481
office hours,
I WANTED
WANTED: Bargain. Station
wagon or sedan. 6 cylinder, 4
&tor Plymouth or Chevrolet 1956
up, mechanical drive Phone 4-
547
WANTED: -- Good maid with
Peter Via Porras No. 82.
WANTED:--Wish to place ex experienced
perienced experienced cook-bousekeeper, un unable
able unable to live in. Balboa 2-6355.
WANTED:Vacation quarters
in Balboa from 'illy 20th. See
Cart Erickson Balboa YMCA
Sunday 6 to 9 p.m,
WANTED TO RENT: Beach
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NEW YORK (UPI) Police ar arrested
rested arrested one Negro boy and sought
five others today ie the rape of a
14-year old white girl in the yard
of a public school.
The rape occurred at 9:45 p.m.'
, Thursday when the girl, whose
- name was withheld by police, left
a junior high school in Queens aft after
er after attending a recreational meet-,
ing.
The blonde girl was raped by
one of the five youths, who are
being sought by police.
The arrested 14-year-old, identi identifiel
fiel identifiel by the giH as the gang's
"lookout," was reported to have
irlentified bis companions. lie was
charged with delinquency.
f The girl was saved from further
assault by the appearance of Mrs.
Louis Clifford, director of the ree ree1
1 ree1 reationat program, who had been
summoned by three girlfriends of
the victim. The 6 foot, 2 inch
"lookOut" warned the gang mem members
bers members and they fled.
The. girl was taken to Elmhurst
Cenegal Hospital where she was
reported in fair condition. She
1 was treated for black eye and
bruises.
The:victim told police her
assailants Wended the school
where' she is in eidith grade pi pi,
, pi, pil and had participated in the
recreational meetine.
She said the Youths vcere wait waitIrv!
Irv! waitIrv! in the schoolyard. She said
the,- mRde some obscene gligges gliggestions
tions gliggestions Which the girls ignored.
Then, she said, one of the youths

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IApartments
FOR RENT:---Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments in Cangreio, or unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, two bedroom, livingroom,
and balcony around, maid's room
with service, garage and hot wa water.
ter. water. Alberto Navarro Street. La
Caste liana Building. Telt. 2-2883
or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:--Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive two-bedroom apartment
covpring entire upper floor of
new and lovely building in qood
location at Nuevo Campo Alegre.
Living-dining r 0 e rts. kitchen,
maid's room with bathroom,
space for laundering, hot water
and garaoe Added attraction of
over 80 square meters of terrace
for comfort, relaxation and
pleasure Good view of Hotel El
Panama Hilton Telephone 3-
7599.
FOR RENT:One 2-room one
3-roorn furn;shed apartment. GI
approved, National Avenue, tele telephone
phone telephone Badma 2870
FOR RENT:Ileautifui Duplex
apartment. porch. terraces. gar gardens.
dens. gardens. Casa Vallarino. Transisth Transisthmian.
mian. Transisthmian. Avenida No. 9 Phone 4.-
1016
FOR RENT.. Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom chalet, liv living
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
maid's room, garage. etc For six
months. 95th Street No. 43,
$185.00. Tel. 3-4994
FOR RENT: Small furnished
aoartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Beautiful residential
area 43rd Street No. 13.
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 beside Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 51 Street.
FOR RENT:A large comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment it has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room, din dinino
ino dinino room. porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and resoonible nerson.
Crelta, Avenida Jos Gabriel
Duque No. 32.
FOR RENT: We It furnishel
two bedroom apartment, one bed bedroom
room bedroom air-cosditiosed, located in
Campo Alegre, near Et Panami
Hilton. For 8 months, $175.00
monthlY. Call 1-2128 during of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent, modern, re recently
cently recently painted, San Francisco.
Phone 4-0553.
FOR RENT:--Apartment 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, comfortably furnishod. Re Refrigerator,
frigerator, Refrigerator, stove, hot wator. Dots,
dishos and other kitchen utonoils.
43rd street No. 27.
IAnimals
FOR SALE:Boston Terrier pup pupor's.
or's. pupor's. AKC registered. Call Navy
3986, between 9:00 a.m. to
7:00 p m.
LOST:--2 keys on chain, tagged:
Curundu Tailor Shop 4204. Call
Curundu 620S.
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FOR RENT: Furnished room,
independent entrance with bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. To one person. Second St.
Pereiii No. 7-189 upstairs.
Phone 3-6046.
grabbed her and forced her to ac accompany
company accompany him and his companions
behind the school. She said she
screa med and fought but one of
the Negiws clapped his hands
over his mouth and another
slugged her in the right eye and
ripped off part of her clothing.
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FT. CAMPBELL. Ky
A Lacoma, N.H., paratrooper died
here yesterday of injuries receiv received
ed received while making his fifth and
final qualifying parachute jump.
N. Robert Andrews, 19, suffer suffered
ed suffered head injuries in the jump tacit
week. Ills chute functioned plop plop,erly,
,erly, plop,erly, officiak said, but he made
Int) effort to free himself of his
harness when he landed.
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FOR SALE-1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con condition,
dition, condition, $575 00. Tel. 3-7367.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, sport CP S900.00. Ca 11
2-4410.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7,200
miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
FOR SALE: English ord
Anglia 1957, 2-door, 868 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Avenue, Balboa.
FOR SALL-1956 Ford, fordor,
Fordomatic, with radio, blower,
new tires, $1,125.00. Kobbe 84-
,3143
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1956
Holiday 88, four door hydrama hydramatic.
tic. hydramatic. radio, white tires, mileage
13,800, seats and interior doors
covered fitted plastic, one owner
and driver. beautiful amdition,
leaving country, $1495.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6830.
FOR SALE:Morris Minor 1958,
only 2,000 miles, showroom con condition.
dition. condition. S1.300. Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALL-1958 OPel, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, first S1250. takes
it Tel Balboa 2405. House No.
2235. Balboa
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
hardtop. auto trans., wsw,
Ph. 2-6426
FOR SALE:-1958 Ford V-8
Custom 300. 2-door sedan, two
tone tan body with green uphols upholstery.
tery. upholstery. 16.000 miles. Looks and acts
like a brand new car. Radio and
Clock Excellent tires. Price
$1900 will consider all offers.
Must sell before June 30. Will
be on Pacific side on Sunday.
Phone 36-356 tonight to ar arrange
range arrange for demonstration. Mc Mcllyaine,
llyaine, Mcllyaine, House 248-D, Coco Solo.
FOR SALE:-1959 Ford. 4 door
sedan. mech. shift, 500 milts.
2-1346.
FOR SALE:-49 Studebaker, 6
starlite coupe. black. radio, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. very clean. Call Ft. ClaY ClaYton
ton ClaYton 3246.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick con convertible,
vertible, convertible, new paint, new uphols upholstery,
tery, upholstery, good tires, dynaflow, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4452..
FOR SALE:-1948 Ford sedan
$175 00. 000d tires and batterv,
runs fine, inspected. Panama 3-
7810.
FOR SALE:--1957 Ford,
lent condition, Fordomatic radio.
power oteering, trunks unit, air airconditionin.
conditionin. airconditionin. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:Boats and motors
14' fiberglassed runabout, 1958
35 home outboard, trailer, acces accessories,
sories, accessories, $650. 0433 Anton,
Phone Balboa 6412.
FOR SALE:-1958 Ford V-8
Custom 300, 2-door Sedan. Per Perfect
fect Perfect condition 16.000 miles.
Price $1900 will consider all of offers.
fers. offers. Must sell before June 30.
Contact Mclivaine, House 248-D
Coco Solo. Phone 36-356. For
demostracin on Pacific or At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV, radio, Hi-Fi and
transistors.
We do more Work. because we
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
U.S. Television
Means reliabilit:s
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
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Boots & Motors I
FOR SALE-16' boat with cabin
S50; 25 h.p. Johnson S150; plus
accessories, phone Albrook, sluty
7177, home 3223.
FOR SALE:--30' cutter "Nord "Nordstar"
star" "Nordstar" Balboa Yacht Club. Carl Carlson.
son. Carlson. Balboa 3541.
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STRIKE -STUDY ASKED 1
ROME (UPI)Italy's world worldwide
wide worldwide maritime strike entere.I its
s9cond week Tuesday with indica indications
tions indications the government might get
tough in the costly dispute be between
tween between shipowners a n d sailoes.
Dozens of big passenger liners
w2re stranded In foreign ports as
well as Italian harbors because
their Italian crews refused to
work. Francesco Maria Dommedo,
a member of Premier Antonio
Segni's ruling Christian Democrat
Party, raised a question in parlia parliament
ment parliament demanding a report on the
strike.
ANIMALS KILLED IN TESTS
LONDON (UM More than
3,000 animals were killed in ex
periments at Britain's chemical
warfare establishments in the
past six months, the government
reported yesterday Minister of
Supply Aubrey Jones told the
House of Commons the experi experiments
ments experiments were designed to desive
means of defense against the
possiblek uat of chemical weapons
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FOR SALE:Stemophonic Plac Placards.
ards. Placards. Classical and populate. A AGENCIAS
GENCIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street No.
6-A.
FOR SALE:T.V RCA "21",
$165.00, RCA, Hi-Fi, $125.00
at Almacen Punt 4. Phone 2-
3392.
FOR SALE:--11 metal Venetian
blinds 6 feet by 3 feet, all for
S40.00 singly $5.00 each
Phone: Balboa 4307.
FOR SALE: Magnavox 17"
portable television with antenna,
$100.00, good condition. Phone
4-0608.
FOR SALE:--Retiring. Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse Laundromat. Refrigerator,
G E. T.V., VM Hi-Fi. 8 maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining chairs. Bamboo fur.
niture. Bicycles. Electric trains.
Model planes. Telescope. Sleep Sleeping
ing Sleeping b a g, etc. Miscellaneous
household goods. 819X-A Croton
street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:Like new, Norge
washer, $75.00, new 30 gal glass
lined gas water heater. $70.00.
Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE:Undenvood type typewriter
writer typewriter $32.50, new Good Year wsw
tire, 760-15, duty paid, $33.00,
Westinghouse refrigerator, 9 ef.
$115. 532 Chagres, AncOn.
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FOR SALE:Wheel chair, adult,
brand new with brakes, S110.00,
Curundu 3220 or 2140-A.
FOR SALE:--Left handed 801f
club, 3 woods, 8 irons. Balboa 2-
4452, good condition.
FOR SALE:RCA Hi-Fi Record
Player and Radio, Diamond
needle, 10-watt amplif ier 15"
Speaker. antique, white cabinet
excellent condition. Call Balboa
2788, evening,.
FOR SALE:--I957 Phi Ice Refri Refrigerator
gerator Refrigerator 90 lbs. Freezer Sin
Aihrook 86-5289.
FOR SALE:--General Electric
Monitor Top Porcelain Refriger Refrigerator
ator Refrigerator New Unit Bridge Tables
One Easy Spin Dryer Washing
Machine. Phone 6-103 Nous
139 Gamboa.

PERSONALS AEC MEMBER RE-NAMED
WASHINGTON (UPIIThe Sen Senate
ate Senate Tuesday, approved the reap reapALCOHOLICS
ALCOHOLICS reapALCOHOLICS ANONYM-04$ 'ointment. pf-Voital Graham to
' DRAWER "A" DIABLO the Atoniie ElIkii0 Commission
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z. for a term expiring June 30,
PHONE BALBOA 3709. 1964.

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We were absent from this space
a couple of weeks, however, we
are on the ball again and ready
for the fight.
During the week diplomats
over the world appear to be dis disagreeing
agreeing disagreeing at every point.
Here on the local scene there
were comments as to Panama's at
titude about the manner in which
the U.S. seeks to interpret the
much disputed Itemon-Eisenhower
treaty. Specifically, the treat treatment
ment treatment to Panamanian workers in
the Canal Zone.
In other parts of the world the
Big foreign ministers just don't
seem to be able to agree to any anything
thing anything at all.
The other Latin American coml.
tries are all having their bit of
disagreement one way or the
other.
There is no doubt that 195 is
going to be recorded as one of the
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FOR SALE:--1937 Kenmore De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe drvor, 3175.00, or best offor.-
Albrook 36-3102. Inc Rent
condition.
FOR SALE: lamas automatic
dishwasher. Esc Rant condition.
$50.00. Tel. Albrook 86-2224.
FOR SALLGold band minton
plates. droolshi mahogany table.
maple table, bed, chest of draw drawers,
ers, drawers, bird cage, Venetian blinds,
lamps, dishes, Si ler H
571I-C, Shonts St., Diablo.
FOR SALE: Leaving country,
mahogany dining table, seat eight
Phone 3-1485, Panama.
FOR SALE:Raftan furniture. I
love seat, 3 chairs, 1 toffee tab's.
3 end tables, 5179-A. Diablo.
FOR SALE:--Hollywood bed and
night table, $100.00. Malted
milk mixer, $2$.00. GI. radio,
Hi-4i, $20.00. Wardrob e.
$30.00. Phone 2-1310 or see at
"P" strest 769. Ask for Mr.
Brown.
FOR SALE:--Livingroom couch,
chair, refrigerator, 3 stepdown
tables Raftan, large diningroom
table, 10 chairs. buffet, 2 end
tables, several other items. all
low priced. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE:-1954 Westinghouse
deluxe dryer. Best offer. Albrook
2280.
FOR SALE:Washer Kolvinator
automatic. Almost now, call Co Colon
lon Colon 255.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse Dryer DryerPerfect
Perfect DryerPerfect condition operates 110
or 120. On wheels for easy mov moving
ing moving $70.00 Albrook 86-7107.
Motorcycies 1
FOR SALE:--Motorzyclo Maim)
Blizzard 250cc. Tel. Ku lig. Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:Vespa, motor scoot scooter.
er. scooter. Good cOndition. inspected
1959. 3228 Empire St.. Balboa.
2-3072.
most historic years for world rest restlesness.
lesness. restlesness. Everything seems to be ship
the shape for the train to be run
today to the Atlantic side and
back by the Club Altamira and
the Pacific Commissary Group.
Hundreds of capitalinos will be
invading the gold coast for the
Altamira's Father's Day program
the fights the Pat Morgan Gar Garden
den Garden Club dance at the tranger's
Club or just plain merry making
in Colon.
Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs.
George Beck les of the suburban
Rio Abajo district observed their
e ig t h wedding anniversary,
which was celebrated with a get gettogether
together gettogether at which Misses: Gwen
Blackman, Carmen Da Costa, Ru Ruby
by Ruby Hart, Elena Hall, Gene Grif Griffith,
fith, Griffith, Ana Beck les and Mrs. Car Carmen
men Carmen Thomas, Mrs. Mercedes Me:
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looter in tire Puree 114km:hem
Urbanization across the Rimer'
Racetrack. Ali kte with street
trent& SOW0110, water Mill and
electricity. CaN W. McDermott.
Tel. 4-0976.
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C Street, lot 1,500 square meters
a $3.00 a meter. CASH. Tele Telephone
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FOR SALLComfortable coun country
try country home completely furnished;
4735 sq. meters of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Koh lei 2 K. elec electric
tric electric plant; new refrigerator etc,
at Gorgona Beach, 50 miles from
Panama City; $3,000.00. Terms
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Sunday, ask for Mr. Alegre
(owner) or call Telephones: 2-
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appoinment.
FOR SALE:--Residence at Los
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porches, terrace, independent
maid's room. $8,000 down pay payment.
ment. payment. Phone 3-6697 from 2:00
p.m. on.
EXTRAORDINARY BAR.GAIN.
Three hectares of land with mo modern
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rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
maid's room, hot water. Com Completely
pletely Completely furnished, refrigerator.
etc. On Cerro Axul Highway.
Phone 4-1128.
FOR SALE:Modern Chalet
Magnificent area. 95 street Pai Paitilla
tilla Paitilla No. 45. Two bedrooms,
livingroom, big kitchen, maid's
room, beautiful lawn, garage,
600 square meters: Mortarte
$6500 Caia de Ahorros. $10,000
cash. Phone 3-22F4.
IMiscellaneous I
Business oportunity. Needed part partner
ner partner with capital to expand busi business
ness business in going concern sound
investment, good return. Write
4390.
Nursery School, open all summer.
Call Balboa 1214.
tit and Mesrs. V R. Carter, Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Regist, Emerson Holder
Mario Beck les and Conrad Cox.
The party which lasted until the
late hours of the night was fully
enjoyed by the persons ,present
who also, made the happy couple
the objetteaof several gifts.
It was really birthday time last
Tuesday as Miss Edna Brooks, an
Army employee, received congra congratulations
tulations congratulations right and left on occa occasion
sion occasion of her day.
Although she spertt the day
qutietly she was roundly feted by
her numerous friends.
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On the same day Miss Beryl
Forte formerly of the Atlantic
side and now residing at Para iso,
took a bow on that day on annex annexing
ing annexing another year in life's rugged
pathway.
A hale well met person Beryl,
observed the event without festi festivity..
vity.. festivity.. On the Saturday previous little
Cecilio Morgan Jr., was feted
with a birthday party at the home
of his parents in Carrasquilla, on
his first birthday.
Participating in the cake cutting
ceremony was Cecilio Antonio and
Marie Holness. while other tots at attending
tending attending the party included Marce Marcela
la Marcela Gaskin. Oland Holness Reinal Reinaldo
do Reinaldo and Marie Hendy, Casandra
Paul, Victor Ince, Lastenia Gra Grazette.
zette. Grazette. Carlos Murrell and Roy
Griffo.
Attending the opening last Fri Friday
day Friday of the Pereira's new shoe
store on Calidonia were the Police
Magistrate of Rio Abaio and Ca Calidonia
lidonia Calidonia districts Don Claudio Li Liverpool
verpool Liverpool and Don Percival Toppin,
neWsman Hugo Wood, Sergio Pe Perez,
rez, Perez, L. Christy Williams, George
G. Thomas and several others.
The inauguration featured a
sumptuous reception, tendered by
the Pereira enterprise Don Fron Froncisco
cisco Froncisco Pereira and comptroller
Juan Mendez proved themselves
Thought for today: drink to
him. whose spoken yea and nay.
No skulkers shutters put behind
them.
Whose sentiments are open as
the day.
So when one needs them one
ac zi find them.
James Stanley Gilbert.

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In Your Pizcketbook

By FAYE HENLE
Since Pearl Harbor more peo people
ple people have moved from one home
to another than in all the previ previous
ous previous history of civilization. This
year alone, some 40 million peo people
ple people will be changing residences.
To the long-distance truckers
this means about 500 million dol dollars'
lars' dollars' worth of business. And ma-I
ny times that amount is pent ce
local nd intrastate moves.
Unless the government or your
employer finances your move, thie
expense can knock any well-planned
budget askew. Or it can be bea
a bea considerable drain on your sav savings
ings savings account. Therefore this wnrn wnrning:
ing: wnrning: Don't move' in the dark.
Interstate moving is one of
the few services where credit.
is no good. Seme local movers
aro beginning to allow time
payments, but this is still the
exception rather than the rule.
The moving industry is highly
regulated. It is governed by
rules of the Interstate Commerce
Commission which states that
movers will not deliver your pos possessions
sessions possessions until all charges have
been paid in cash or by money
order or certified check. There
are few exceptions to this rule,11
so be prepared or storage charg-1
es might be added to your
It is permissible for movers to re require
quire require prepayment in part or in
full or a guarantee of charges.
The ICC also regulates the
rates truckers may charge. These
rates are, based on actual weight
by shipment, the distance hauled
and additional services performed
such as the packing of China,
clothing or the removal of drapes
or carpeting.
Whin, you may ask one or
more movers for an estimate of
the cost of your move, the ex exact
act exact total charge cannot be
known until the truck is weigh weighed.
ed. weighed. But you can help your mov mover
er mover make an estimate by show showing
ing showing him all the articles to be
moved including those stacked
away in the attic or garage.
Movers advertise that they are
"bonded and insured." This
means virtually nothing. In in intrastate
trastate intrastate moves the ICC regulation
usually limits a mover's liability
to 30 cents per pound per article.
This amount is notAnsuranco,
but covers the movtr'lis4ximurn
liability should an article becGme
lost or totally destroyed. It is up
to you to buy transit insurance
for the full value of your poises poisessions
sions poisessions against practically.all forms
of damage or loss. It l-I-Important
that the insurance used cov covers
ers covers the actual full value of the
shipmeat Otherwise the insurance
company can invoke a clause
under which you will in eftect
share a proportionate Rad of the
loss or damage.
In the event of loss or damage
while your shipment is in tran transit,
sit, transit, ask the driver to note this
on the inventory and delivery
receipt. Then state your claim
to the moving company in
writing. The ICC auhority
does not extend to the settle settlement
ment settlement of such claims in inter.,
state shipments.
' When you Move, it is up to you
Jo hove all mechanical applidnc applidnc,
, applidnc, es such as clothes and dishwash dishwashers,
ers, dishwashers, refrigerators, TV sets and
air conditioners serviced 1 or
safe transportation before they
are moved.
, Before your shipment leaves
your old residence, obtain from
the mover a bill of lading or re receipt
ceipt receipt signed by both of you show showing
ing showing dab. of shipment, your names,
points of origin and destinatien
plus a description of the goods
and the declared or released val value
ue value of these goods.
The majority of moving com companies
panies companies are reliable. However, as
in all businesses, there are irre irresponsible
sponsible irresponsible operators too. Beware
of these, even if it means query querying
ing querying your local Better Business
Bureau.
Happy moving!
I've been asked for:
"The ideal retirement Tot in
the U.S. where my fixed income
dollars will stretch the furthest."
There is no pat answer to this
question. It depends, instead, up upon
on upon how you like to live, urban,
suburban or rural, and whether
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you must consider climatic fae
tors related to your health.' Pe
tome -all perhaps; s it depends
upon how deep your roota are in
a place called home.
Studies made by, die National
Association for Mental Health
shin, that old folks stay. young younger
er younger and more truly alive in Wig
own homes than elsewhere.
Tho trend today, however, is
toward earlier retirement and
in this case the sort of life yea
plan to load will figure signifi.
cantly in your choice of locale.'
, If you are planning to -stretch
your retirement pay with some
supplementary income, the result
of part-time' work, seek an
area where there is not too much
competition. In other wordS
steer clear of the well-knovm re retirement
tirement retirement spots.
Consider the sort of social life
that will bring you greatest hap happiness.
piness. happiness. Perhaps you'd like to bo
freed from the cares of setting
up housekeeping and eager to
meet others of your own age A
solution then might be residence
at a retirement hotel. The Do,
'partment of Health, Education,
and Welfare, Washington 25, D.C.
has prepared a list of such ac,.
commodations. You can receive
the list free by writing.
Possibly, you've a yen to build
retirement cottage or to rent
because you've always owned.
Especially in th4. former case,
you'll wish to consider an area
where you might gain a tax ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. Living costs, whether you wish
to build or rent, climatic condi conditions,
tions, conditions, available sports, cultural ac activities
tivities activities and job opportunities in
towns in 31 different states are
all spelled out in a pamphel call.
ed "Where to Reiter on a Small
Income" by Norman D. Ford, ho
norary vice president of the
Globetrotters Club You can ob obtain
tain obtain a copy of this by sending 51
to Harian Publications, Green Greenlawn,
lawn, Greenlawn, N.Y. Because this book.
let is revised yearly you can NI
assured of ,up-to-date guidance.
Rarely does ,,this column sus.
gest that you write for a booklet.
Yet, in Mit Instance I m
making this xs recommendation
because, ofter&speaking with go.
vernment ,follto the R t irement
4Council,441e4ladd a variety of
...other ortsonizitions, I have been
assured that- this is tho most
accurate Ind complete guide of
its sort InAthe field.
Meanwhile, happy hunting. But,
don't overlook' that old saying:
the other pasture always kola
greener. Perhaps the beet soltv
tion to a haven for retirement on
a small budget lies in your own
back yard if that is where youl
roots are firmly plenty&

Sechonal Leaders
Of Salvation Army
Exchan0 Places
At. Panam4 City Corps in gut.
chapali tomorrow at 7.30 p.n
there will bet a farewell meetinl
for the Sectional Officer Maj.
John A. Sundberg and family whit
will proceed to Santiago Chile Jo Joly
ly Joly 10 where; the major will be
stationed at ;the territorial het&
quarters.
During the two and a half year'
the Sundbergs have been stationed
on the sthmus, coming front
Bahamas, various churches both
in the Canal Zone and in the Pa.
nama have been visited apart
from Salvation Army centers vi visited
sited visited regularly. Hospital visitation
and a weekly class for Blind folk
have also been on the Sectional
Officer's agenda. They succeeded
Capt. and Mrs. Ed Hodgson now
stationed in their homeland Eng.
land and the new Sectional lead leaders
ers leaders are Capt. and Mrs. Carl Eskil
Roos who have arrived from San.
tiago tie Chile recently. Both the
Sundbergs and the Roos are na natives
tives natives of Sweden.
Major and Mrs. W. A. Bisho Bishoin
in Bishoin charge "If the Panama City
Corps have arranged and interest interesting
ing interesting program for Sunday even evening
ing evening wth various speakers vocal
numbers from the Songsters and
the Young People, to which the
public is cordially invited. 1
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SATEILLITE' 14914ERMENOver,11 Ie. ocean near iiawati, airmen. have. a practicing
tor a kind, ot fishing Itaait Walton ever dreamed of.-the entd-tiir. catch nt p kage of
struinento. ejected from a space 'satellite- The Air Force has not released detail but artist's
conception 'shawl the basic 4dea. A Discoverer satellite. wilt be ',launched fr ',Vandenberg
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rislin Languages on Saturday
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ZIG, Pa. (UPI)The-mophe
Ceder Road School
600pihg back to class on Sa Saylcif
ylcif Saylcif all things, and even
ge Ithey are doing it vo voilY
ilY voilY in order to learn a for forlangnage.
langnage. forlangnage. Cedar Road School is pi pimg
mg pimg an experiment -nrak
ourstis in French, German,
sh, Italian and Russian

dental expenses and pay for
a party planned for the end of
the current term.
The classes are held "without
any written material or home homework
work homework or grammatical Instruc Instruction,"
tion," Instruction," according to Paul J. La LaAlorgia,
Alorgia, LaAlorgia, one of the group that
planned the courses.
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otopitinge ha'-'ek etro r2luaas4s on "Suau-i tahelmcLutrYrePnitdituel'rum:'s "' '--
bird 1 If all things, and even The classes are held "without
etre e dhey are doing it vo- any written material or home home1unta
1unta home1unta ily in order to learn a for- work or grammatical instrue instrueeign
eign instrueeign angUage. tion," according to Paul J. La
. Th Cedar Road School is pi- Morgia, one of the group that
onee ng an experiment ,in--mak planned the courses.
ing urstis in French, German, "The object is purely conversa conversaSpa
Spa conversaSpa sh, Italian and Russian tional," he said. 'The purpose is
avail hie to the students in to get children's ears acquainted
grades two through six. 1 with the sound of a foreign Ian IanAnd
And IanAnd neally half of the 154 pu- guage in order to help adjust
PIls in thOse grades have enrolled their oral ability for handling
for the csl,nsses. foreign sounds before profession

The program, purely Wuntary
and sparAed by the Abington
Township:t School District, got
under wiry last February and
proved sa, successful that plans
already rre being made to con continue
tinue continue it when the fall term opens
in September.
Marian,-,e Garrison principal of
Cedar hold School, saidthe pro program
gram program intnives teaching the chil children
dren children lankuages by conversation.
The parents tbemselves are par partitipatinein
titipatinein partitipatinein the instruction and
report eir children, are mak
amazing progress in
talkirrg the foreign languages.
catollment fee of V is
earged for each course, proceeds
from which will buy foreign Ian Iangtiage
gtiage Iangtiage betas, take care of inci-

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LONPQN (UPI) Modern eri- niquf
Awn to violence because sioyi
they are too lazy or lack the when
talent to develop any skill at their wrist
jobs, according to an old hand the
from Scotland Yard. An
The gun, the bludgeon and the aday
fist, he noted, have largely re- man.
placed' the finesse that many old- "B
time lawbreakers used to bring viola
to their chosen profession. victi
Scotland Yard does not permit live
Its famous investigators to give glib,
out interviews where they ean be, (feral
quoted my name, and this one cf-! they
fered his view with that under-1 they
standing. "T
"When did you last hear of fedet
a good pickpocket?" he asked. the
"Before the war there were signs a
wherever crowds gathered warn- liona
ing them to beware of piekpoek- ditio
ets. Today, it's one of the rarer prov
crimes. "I
"The reasons are obvious. It milli
takes years to develop the tech- ble I

guage in order to help adjust
their oral ability for handling
foreign sounds before profession professional
al professional teaching beings at the junior
high school level."
The teachers, in addition to
Miss Garrison and LaMorgria in include
clude include Mrs. A. A. Alexander, a
graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine
Arts, who was born in Kiev, Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. she taught Russian for the
Berlitz school in 1918 and speaks
several Slavic laguages plus
French and Italian. Now she is
concentrating on teaching Rus Russian
sian Russian at the Cedar Road School.
"We can contribute to the good
understanding of all countries
and continents by teaching our
children foregn languages ear early,"
ly," early," Miss Garrison said. "We be believe
lieve believe learning is the first step to towards
wards towards liking our foreign neighbors."

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TWIN HOMES FOR TWIN SISTERSIdentical twins, Mrs.
ROI, Lovell Schwarberg and Mrs. Ruth Lovell Wetzel, live
next to one another in identical twin houses near' Cincinnati,
Ohitt. Mrs. Wetzel can 1Gok out her window and see sister
Ilub on her patio. The four-acre plot, jointly shared, is called
Pantrama Point.

Tky're Just Not Making
Crdoks Like They Used To

nique of picking a pocket and
staying out of jail. Why bother
when you can get the wallet or
wristwatch simply by fracturing
the vietim's skull?"
Another infrequent type now nowadays
adays nowadays is the bigtime confidence
man.
"Before the war these fellows
would spend months setting up a
victim for a killing," the detec detective
tive detective said. "They were intelligent,
glib, agreeable chaps of consi considerable
derable considerable general knowledge. When
they crammed for a specific job
they got to know it inside out.
"They would even bring con confederates
federates confederates over from Australia or
the United States if the sucker
a maharajah or American mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire perhapsneeded the ad additional
ditional additional persuasion they could
provide.
"I must admit the post-war
millionaire is apt to be less gulli gullible
ble gullible than wealthy men used to be,
but even so it's so much easier
for the underworld to simply rob
him with or without violence.
'The old time con man would
consider it an affront to his pro professional
fessional professional pride if he had to de descend
scend descend to this level."
Some other crimes, he said,
have dcooned from fashion be because
cause because they are outdated.
"IVe don't get 'much counter counterfeiting
feiting counterfeiting of coins any more," he
said. "Simnly isn't worth the ef effort
fort effort to make shillings and half halfeorwng,
eorwng, halfeorwng, eonsidering the high cost
of living."

POWELL TRIAL SET
NEW YORK (UPDRep. Adam
Clayton Powell (D-N.Y ) will go
On trial in federal court, Oct. 5,
on charges of income tax evasion,
Federal Judge Gregory F. Noonan
directed yesterday. Powell, who
is also pastor of Harlem's Abys Abyssinian
sinian Abyssinian Baptist Church, was in indicted
dicted indicted more than a year ago on
charges of preparing a fradulent
return for his wife, pianist Hazel
Scott, in 1951,, and tor them both
a 1952.

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RETIRED MILITARY men load a 120mm glin on a our of D
Battery, the Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery. Left to right are
CWO W-2 Walter C. Reed, Maj. Lester L. Boyer, Cant. Fre Frenerick
nerick Frenerick DeV. Sill and T-3 Alpha,go L.-Cagnon. (U.S. Army Photo)

Army's Homecoming finds 20
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Retired Se) Idlers Br. Li'
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When members of a group of retired military persOnnel
TV at the close of a long day of visiting Army installations
were asked, "What did you find most interesting?"
The guests found this hard to answer. Some thought
Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery at Flamenco Island was most
the briefing at the Inter American Geodetic Survey or their
Division.

Finally one volunteered:
"The thing that impresses ane
most is the fact that the Army
would be so interested in bringing
retired people up to date on what
is happening in the Army today.
When I came out this morning I
thought we would have a brief
lecture, and maybe see a few
places and that would be it.
"But no. We have been shown
all over many sections, and I am
most impressed with the terrific
progress the Army has made."
The post of Fort Clayton was
host to the annual Retired Activi Activities
ties Activities program, which took place
June 12. Col. John D. Coney, post
commander of Fort Clayton wel

corned the 20 retired military ttnen
who attended.
Mai. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
commanding general USARCAR
1B was the principal speaker at
a forum session. Orrin L. Appin
of the Central Pass Office also
addressed the group.
Before starting their tour, guests
were entertained in the headquart headquarters
ers headquarters detachment messhall at a cof coffee
fee coffee hour which featured a cake
decorated with a scene depicting
the importance of retired person personnel
nel personnel in the military structure.
A special bus took the group on
its tour.,
Installations visited included the
Quartermaster old storage plant,

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COL GEORGE L. RELSINGER cuts the cake at the Retired
Activities Program held at Fort Clayton recently. Col. Richard
D. Prescott. Capt. Frederick Detr. WI and Col. John D. Corley.
post commander of Port Clayton share the honors.
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ANTHONY SHATROSKY, SUPERVISOR OP 'EHE USARCARIB Quartermaster cold storage plant ,shows retired militau per personirl
sonirl personirl how citrus fruits are stored. From left to right are Sfc. Raymond W. Matson, Lt. Col. Paul W. Co WV. 1WSgt. Oliver IL
Richardson, Lt. Col. John H. Redding, Sgt. Paul W. Fishbaeh. Mgt. Wil Ham G. Monroe, Shatrosk3t, Capt. Xrederick DeV. Sill.
Sgt. Thomas C. Gordon and CWO Walter C. Reed. -WS. Army Photo)

Were interviewed over CM CMon
on CMon the Canal Zone, they

the visit to B Baftery, 4th
inspiring. Others voted for
inspection Of the Chemical

the Ordnance maintenance shoP,
Chemical Section facilities, and the
IAGS Cartographic School.
Lunch was served at the mess messhall
hall messhall of D Battery, 4th Gun Batta Battalion,
lion, Battalion, 517th Artillery, after the vi visitors
sitors visitors inspected the big guns.
Following the CFN tour, mem members
bers members of the group made an ap appearance
pearance appearance on a TV program.
Retired personnel who particip participated
ated participated were: Col. George L. Holsin Holsinger
ger Holsinger a,nd Richard D. Prescott, Lt.
Col. Paul W. Colby and John R.
Redding, Majors Federico L. Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez Jr., Tommy E. King, and
Lester L. Boyer, Capts. Thomas
W. Drohan and Frederick De V.
Sill. CWO Walter C. Reed. lst.
Sgts. Thomas C. Gordon, William
G. Monroe and Paul W. Fishbach,
M-Sgts. Francis M. Baggott, Whar Wharley
ley Wharley Papazian and Oliver E. Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, Sfcs. Raymond W. Matson
l and Elroy G. Nesbit, Sgt. Joe B.
Norris and T-3 Alphage L. Gagnon.

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SHOWN TAKING PART in an interview over CPN-TV during the Retired Activities Program
are Sgt. Thomas C. Gordon, Col. John D. Coney, post commander of Fort ClaYton. gSgt.
Anthony Valentino, of UN and Col. Richard D. Prescott. ALS. Army Photo)

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wherever crowds gathered warn- lionaire perhapsneeded the ad- ActivIties Pregram held at Fort Clayton recently. Col. Ric ard 111A
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irs no wonder the little duck at left
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rated separated from his mother and family and a
big, wide, water-filled world stands be between
tween between them. Can you help the little duck
across? One of the five paths provided

Test Wits With Crossed Digits

ACROSS
1. A Wall Street bull saw a
buil in a china shop. How many
legs in all?
2. Cricket is a game played be between
tween between teams of players in
each.
5, Numbers of the first three
months, arranged in alphttbetical
Index
6. The twenty-first odd number.
7. If a snake has eye lids, write
29; if not, write 91.
9. One-third of this number is
lessIthan he number.
20. Three dozen tricycles.
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tldnk of

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14. Multiply by 18 the number
of different letters used in: Tuck
away a buck a day.
15. The Union Jack design is
based on how many crosses?

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touching each of the lettered
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In case you have forgotten, a
knight's ,rnove, in chess, is one
square vertically or horizontally
plup one square diagonallyfor
insiance, A to G would be one
such move; A to J another.
' Begin anywhere on the dia diagrain.
grain. diagrain. Letters are for identifies,-
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hiding. To find out why Peggy
can't Mid hitn, draw connecting
lines from dot 1 to dot 2, etc., up
to dot 21. Where two numbers
are close to one dot, use the dot
twice. Afterwards you may wish
to color the scene with crayons.

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DOWN
1. If you subscribe to a bi bi'Monthly
'Monthly bi'Monthly magazine, you get how
many inues a year?
2. When the Indian reckoned
time by Ole moon, he was using
a unit of how many days?
3. A football platoon.
4. Bah, bah, black sheep, have
you any wool
Yes, sir, yes, sir bags full;
for my master, for my
dame,
But for the little boy who
lives in the lane.
5. Find five numbers in:
For every evil under the sun
there is a remedy or there
is none;
If there is one try to find it,
if there is none, never
mind it.
8. A gun.
8. The human brain reaches its
adult capacity at age 12, 24, 18,
or 31 years?
12. Joke: How many letters
left in the alphabet if U eat the
P and I drink the T
13. Barber, barber, shave a
pig; how many hairs will make
a wig?
15. The Wabash river crones
how many states?
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currents that force him to turn back to
the starting point
How quickly can you ftnd the path that
takes hint across the pond to his family?

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She's quite as deaf as any post,
We can't converse I fear.
But she's the guest and I'm the
host.
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INLES yoll can figure out the gimmicks,
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make ten, and make ten out of the remaining
nine.
2. Take three from the eleven to make nine,
and increase the remaining eight to thirty-five.
3. Without discarding any, reduce the eleven
ones to nine.
4. Reduce the eleven ones to one.
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Statistics Can Be Murder
QTATIST1CS, it's clahned, can be made to show
anything, but there's something absurd about
the following statistical comparison:
A so-called expert on crime, wishing to illustrate
the difficulty of detecting murder by poison, wrote
that due to the greater use of more subtle poisons,
the proportion of undetected murders has risen from
12 per cent in 1945 to 21 per cent hi 1959.
What is the absurdity in this comparison?
Answer in one minute, if you Can.
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By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
1Place smitten by Pharaoh
(Jer. 47:1)
5Pile up.
10David took this place from the
Philistines (1 Chr. 18:1)
14Scent
15Mount upon which the Lord
gave Moses the Ten Com Commandments
mandments Commandments (Ex. 19:20)
16Operatic solo.
17Force.
18Slope.
19Ash Wednesday until Easter.
20-1mbued thoroughly.
22Degrades.
24Pithy saying.
25Sin does this euily to us
(Heb. 12:1)
26Jesus went to the house of
one of the chief Pharisees to
eat this (Luke 14:1)
29Cain's land (Gen. 4:16)
30Laughing.
34Lubricates.
35Thomas heard Jesus say He
is this (John 14:8)
36Closer.
37Topaz hummingbird.
38Beam.
39Ocean.
40Wartime agency (abbr.)
4ISon of Michael (Num. 13:13)
43Torrid.
44Tide.
45Cornered.
48Wrongdoing.
47Ringlets.
48Biblical city (Gen. 18:14)
50-,-Noah's second son (Gen. 7:13)
51Took 'leading role.
54Miriam's musical instrtunent
(Ex. 15:20)
58Place of residence.

Color Flags? ()

A 8 Old Glory basks in the spot(-1
light on this day commemo commemorating
rating commemorating its adoption, let's examine
some other national banners that
sport the same colorsthat ta
red, white and blue. Mach of tbe
flags shown at right is an ex example.
ample. example. As a tut, see how many
of these yoU can color correctly.'
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are cyeling enthustuts. Dur During
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at the same instant on a track
three miles in circumference. Ab Abbott
bott Abbott pedaled at 14 m.p.h., Brown
at 8 m.p.h. and Carlson at 5
m.p.h. (Equipped with speed-'
ometers they were able to keep
at these rates exactly.) How soon
after the start were they all three
abreast again?
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said; "If divide them by 2, by
3, by 4, by 5, or by 6, I always
have one over." What was the
smalleat number he could have
had?

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59The descendants.of this man
came back to Jerusalem or
Judah atter captivity (Nett
, 7:49)
61Comfort
62Sufficient (poet)
63Public warehouse.
64Feminine name.
65State of disorder.
66Ancien't peoples.
07Snow vehicle.
VERTICAL
1-'rh pmphet that speaks in
the name of other ones shall
die (Dent 18:20)
2Mine entrance.
3Temperate or Torrid.
4One who was to be sent to
Titus by Paul (Tit 3:12)
5-iPleco of property.
6Bland.
7Anecdotes.
8Mixed with sand.
9Locations.
10Region through which Paul
and his companions traveled
(Acts 111:61
11God of war.
12Prong.
13Headwear.
21Seed container.
23Paul and Silas went here by
night (Acts 17;10)
25Male child.
26Brag.
27Large stream.
28Putt up.
29Negative vote.
31Bela d,welt here (1 Chr. 5:8)
32Asiatic kingdom.
33Snares.
35There was this in heaven
when Michael and his angels
went against the Devil (Rev.
13:7)
36Seine.
38More discourteous.
39.Ma le offspring.
Dietributed by Eing.Teatures Eradicate

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Circle Spkter

QUPPOSE you were to find a
6-) small circle drawn upon a
sheet of paper and were asked to
find its center.
You have a pencil and a ruler
with which to work and nothing
more, other than the,paper Atm if.
How could you go &boa find finding
ing finding the circle's center with rea reasonable
sonable reasonable accuracy?
Try thinking MIR out before
consulting answer below. You
may find the information useful
some time.
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BREATHTAKING BIT OF MAGIC

port an impres impres'iv
'iv impres'iv e bit of
ma gi c, light a
candle, place it
on the table and
place a glass or
bottle between it
and you. M e
the glass back backward
ward backward and forward
a few thnes with
the pretense of
putting it in ex exactly
actly exactly the right
spot; exarnine it,

pretend to dry It with a napkin,
tap it on the table, etc.
Now for the trick: Take a deep
breath, blow against the glass
and the candle is at once extin extinguished.
guished. extinguished. Oddly, when the breath
is blown againit the center of the
glass, the air currents divide and
reunite on the opposite side. strik striking
ing striking the flame with all of their
original strength. To all appear appearances,
ances, appearances, however, you have suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in blowing through the
obstacle before you.

42The 19th book of the New
Testament.
43Secreted.
44The fourth book of the Old
Testament
48Grave.
47Eccentric wheel-part.
49Son of Jandal (1 Chr. 2:47)
50Employs.

GAME GETS ON YOUR NERVES

To BE a great
I
1 shakes at
something means ,A:.:;Z:,::'g osseiv
you are good at .1,:,::114 :a:
it. But if you are '?'rnq'.. vir
the least bit 'S:f.,::.::,:,,: ...
shaky hete, you .:::.:L,A1,.,I 4e 4elose.
lose. 4elose. 14,;,g:::'
To play this i,!, ...
game you need ',. lIP.11
an empty catsup .:40 1.
or soda bottle and ';'''' :,
a box of wooden :
t o o thpicks (dat ,,,,,i, 0;
ones). 4 ,:;
To begin, each
player place a ir
toothpick aoross 't
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the mouth of the
bottle until a
complete layer is
formed. Then a
second layer is
begun; then a
third, etc.
As the pile gets higher and
higher, it becomes increasingly
difficult to add toothpicks, of
course. Object is pile as many on
as possible without causing the
atack to topple. The player who
does this is eliminated fmm the
game and another round is begun
with remaining playera partici participating,
pating, participating, and so on.

Gypto-Matb Test

nNLY four .of the figures are
V-, given in this multiplication
problem. You are asked to deter determine
mine determine the rest
You will recall that in the mul multiplication
tiplication multiplication tables there are only
three pairs of numbers that give
a product ending ill 9. You will
also note that in this problem
two times one of the numbers in
the pair must give a product end ending
ing ending in 4. The rest is easy.

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j can fashion
their own tote
bags to match in individual
dividual individual ensem ensembles.
bles. ensembles. Only a ru rudimentary
dimentary rudimentary knowl- 1.
edge of mewing is
required.
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Cloth, rib b o n,
safety pins. OW'
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cloth, ibout 20
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inches wide. Sew
a 2-inch hem on
each short side.
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line through mid- igt
die of each hem,
or fold, with
small running tr'' ord
stitches, one inch 'At
from top. 41
, Fold material
in half, wrong
side out, and sew sides one-half inch in
from edges. Do not sew through hemline.
Turn right side out, and bag le com completed,
pleted, completed, except for draw string. Use three threefourthe
fourthe threefourthe of a yard of ribbon, about one onehalf
half onehalf inch wide. Attach one end of ribbon

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5ISon of Noah (Gen. 10:1)
52Vocal inflection.
53Thirtieth book of the Old
Testament.
54Narrow strip for binding.
55Sora.
56Noted Italian family.
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to a closed safety pin, and put it through
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times. When the ribbon ends meet for a
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gether. together. Draw one loop at each side of
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OMER-LOOKING CATCH--Anglers in Miami, Fla.,
come up with a strange object, heavily encrusted
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BLOW YOUR HOUSE UPAn airhouse of four inflatable sections laced together on a pegged-down base ring is
being demonstrated in East Molescy, England. The airhouse was pumped up in 11 minutes by a fan pump. Air Airhouses
houses Airhouses can be used for social functions, exploration and military purposes and enlarged with additional parts.

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Model father looks down from behind his newspaper.

IT'S A TALL WORLD

TIOW HIGH IS UP? It's a long way if you are a small
child as architect Paul Ritter is proving with a sPe sPecial
cial sPecial exhibit in Nottingham, England. He built a home
interior some two-and-one-half times normal size to re remind
mind remind adults that their world is a king-sized one to chil chil,
, chil, dren. Grown-ups get a shrinking feeling when they go
through the exhibitTo emphasize this tnore graphically,
three-year-old John Bacon took a trip through the giant
house with its tall furniture. Ritter, a father of five,
thinks parents should sometimes see through kids' eyes.

Cat resembles a dinosaur as John fiddles 'with TV'set.

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wall and battles a playful breeze at Cannes, France.

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wzIE OLD AND THE NEW. Grandmother and child ,of the present generation at El Valle.

Age of innocence and starry-eyed Wonder. Maiden of Oen In typical
attire.

PIX AND TEX
By RALPH K. SKINNER

Recently when I tried to clean
out a filing case and throw away
many surplus pictures, I found
some of them awakened memor memories
ies memories of places vlsited and people
seen and happy times.
Some of them represent fail failures.
ures. failures. Sucit a one was the picture
of the Hellmund twins, Linda Lon
and Marsha Sue. When I took this
picture, I planned to mount on.
heavy cardboard, cut around the
figures and provide the girls with
a paper doll which would actual actually
ly actually be a photo of themselves. I
thought they could make clothes
for the paper doll and suchlike.
But it iwasn't easy to find a pose
that could be cut properly, nor
the paper of the necessary thick thickness,
ness, thickness, etc., so here's the picture
some years later and still, no doll.
Right now, Mr. and Mrs. Rus Russel
sel Russel Hellmund with the twins and
their sons Jimmy and Paul ste
vacationing in the States.

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That shot of the familiar look lookIt
It lookIt ing island in the sky which 'folks
. can't quite identify always intrig intrigclean
clean intrigclean ,ues me. It should be self-evident
away at a glance that there is only one
0 n d place on the entire Istbmu ..it
emor- could be. Most folks figure that'it
ieeple is the locks 'but some can't figura
which one, Gatun, Pedro Miguel
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fail Miraflores.
Lauri
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X this is part of the Miraflorts Bridge,
A On folks aro alit to leek suspicious
d the and say, "Where's the rest of the
, with bridge?" That's .the point, ef.'
ctual- course, both, sides of the bridge
res. I are open leaving- this stark is.
lothes land in the 'center. Did yeu loot
bile. it right awaY?
pose Those three imiling gents m one
, nor picture were photographed in tho
thick- Yellow Rooni at the Presidencia-.
icture I think I may say without cavil
) doll. that most readers will .recognize
Axis- Goy. .Potterrput how about the
i ind, other Goveroor, Iteckefeller -.. by
11 ere Mine. Do yOu all know ,hinf is
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MOTHER, AND CHILD. An idyllic scene near Ca maron.

PART OF THE CANAL? Sure but where?

Of Town

reported candidate for President
lekt election?
Christ Church by:the-Sea is an
tWesting sight in Colon. Its his-.
ry is fascinating. It is also hum humous,
ous, humous, such-as the fact that the
United States government dound it
Owned this church. For years the
tental to the church was 1 a year
pith Uncle Sam paying something
Snore more than that for upkeep,
otc. Then the government got rid
of it at a price which was. liberal
Oven for those days when the dol dollar
lar dollar was worth more than today.
lily story is that the church and
the land on which it is located
Were sold for 1. Anyone chal challenge
lenge challenge this?
After one of the big fires in Co Cotam
tam Cotam prior to 1903, the Colombian
oops used the church as a bar barracks,Some
racks,Some barracks,Some of its preachers were
tarried on government payrolts as
ouxiliary chaplains during con construction
struction construction days. A little research
IPtill turn up some amathig facts
bout this oldest Protestant
church in this arei4 0,
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Yes, that San 13 las Indian wom woman
an woman and her daughter were shop shopping
ping shopping in Colon very recently when
I passed by. A little conversation
indicated that we were both hob hobbyists.
byists. hobbyists. I collected pictures and
she was a coin collector. She col collected
lected collected from me.
These days when Gamboa is
thought of as "that tovm beyond
the Chagrin," it may come as
a surprise to find it was full of
hustle and bustle a few years
back. That's when I took this
pictine of the Dutch dancers.
Nancy Huldtquist is big girl
now end doesn't wear wooden
shoes any longer. Sorry I don't
recall the boy's name.
Folks from the States don't' al always
ways always like to admit they are irom
the' farm even when the straw is
still sticking out from behind their
ears. Nevertheless, most everyone
down here who had spent any
time in the States prior to 1935
remembers Seeing horse-drawn
areas, there were 'hundreds of
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Someone told a joke. Left to right, Gov. Potter, Gov. Rockefeller and George H. Rode lick, chair chairman
man chairman of the board, Panama Canal Company.

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I tbaerant coffee pickers in the highlands of Chiriqui. Vi 'omen fancy
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Born hi Whitfield, La.. in 1,111, William Jay Smith bas
1611ed two books far adults, "Poems" aad "Celebration at Dark,"
as well as "Laugh's rime," a collection for children, and the
"Boy Blue Book of Beasts." A Rhodes scholar in ISM Smith bas
also done ',arias' translations, aad bas soda some time in Italy.
His wife is pet Barbara Bowes.
AT THE TOMBS OF THE HOUSE OF SAVOY
Ttllin beneath, on the green banks of the Po.
bes ringed with bright sunlight, with peaks of snow,
While here in the dark this death's-bead wears a crown.
Timi dead look up, and Death on them looks down.
AM bares his teeth, his bone-white haddock eyes,
Which take the casual visitor by surprise
And follow him Mently on his round
As fishbont-fine his steps through vaults resound.

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DEATH OF JAZZ MUSICIAN
dreamed that when I died a jukebox played.
And in the metal slots bright coins were laid;
Coint on both my eyes lad cold and bright
As the boatman ferried my thin shade into the night.
I dreamed a jukebox played, I saw the flame
Leap from a whirling disk which bore my name,
Felt fire like music sweep the ley ground
And torward still the bolitman moved, and made no sound.

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A PAVANE FOR THE NURSERY
Now touch the air softly.
Step gently One, two...
love you till roses
Are robin's-egg blue;
love you till gravel
Is eaten for bread,
And lemons are orange,
And lavender's red.

Now touch the air softly.
Swing gently the broom.
I'll love you till windows
Are all of a room;
And the table is laid.
Aliti the table is bare,
And the ceiling reposes
On bottomless air.

I'll love you till Heaven
Rips the stars from his coat,
And the Moon rows away in
A glass-bottomed boat;
And Orion steps down
Like a diver below.
And Earth is ablaze.
And Ocean aglow.
So Mitch the;eir softly.
And swing thet broom high.
We will dust the gray mountains.
And sweep the blue sky:
And love you lOnX
As the furrow the plow
As However is Ever,
And Ever is Noir.

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DEAD SNAKE
A gray financier in a thin black auto
Drove over a snake on a country road;
Birds flew up in dust that gathered.
Oak leaves trenibled throughout the wood.
Decisive indeeil the defeat of Evil;
And ineonclusive the triumph of Good.

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WASRING'rON (NEA) .Pro .Prominent
minent .Prominent Washington wives abree
that education's most pressing
need is a special course to teach
them how to break champagne at
christening-teremoaies. The ides
started following Mrs- Nixon's
seven-swing attempt W smash a
bottle of bubbly against ne
commercial jet airliner.
It picked up emphasis a few
days later when Mrs. Robert At
derson. wife of the Treasury se
cretary, clobbered the massae
submarme George Washington se
hard that the splattered everybo everybody
dy everybody on the launching platform. Sle
and Frank Pace, boss ot Gen General
eral General Dynamics Corp. which man manufactured
ufactured manufactured the sub, were drenched
To make matters worse, her
wrist watch came off and fed the
equivalent of three stories onto the
concrete below. General lb 'li 'limits
mits 'limits plans to buy ber a new one.
--
Etivme Hirsch, French pre president
sident president of the European Atomic
Eneru Commission, won the ap
plause of Washington nevrsnien
when he showed bhat he had no
use for ghost writers. Appearing
before the National Preu Club,
president Ilirsch said in perfect
English that he knew a statement
attributed to him bad been pas passed
sed passed arotmd. "I have read it,' he
uid simply. "It's quite good. But
why should I recite it now?"
So he made a few off-the-euff
remarks and sat down.

It appears that photogriphy
has finally achieved the status of
a fine art. In a project spear spearheaded
headed spearheaded by famous photo illustra illustrator
tor illustrator Ivan Dmitri, eminent art per personalities
sonalities personalities selected O5 photographs
by 55 photographers to be hung
at the Metropolitan Museum of
Art in New York, following wtuch
they win be shown at other mu museums
seums museums throughout the country.
Women have been a maier
factor in boosting camera in industry
dustry industry revenues by sense 750
million dollars ki the post five
years.
They snapped more than half of
the two billion pictures taken last
year. More attractive and easierto-use
cameras are credited with
interesting the ladies.
'rhat they do have a way with
a camera was pointed up when a
housewife-photographer was ask asked
ed asked whether she had any trouble
constantly changing focus for dif different
ferent different scenes.
"Oh, no," she replied, "I never
have any trouble staying in focus.
I just set it on eternity."
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A new method for developing
black ant white film has been
announced by the Conine Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Co of New York.
The Algae:epee, which was re reported
ported reported en in this colossal some
time age while It was still in the
laboratery stage. is called UM UMbath.
bath. UMbath. It is claimed OM the new for formula
mula formula will compietely deveop and
fix your film in one immersion
The developing time of six snin sninutes
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ative negative with good gradation.
UnIbath tense( overdevelop or
imderdevtlop your film, gime the
(mica action causes te to
reach normal development auto
maticany.
Critical temperature control is
mot required, and sotragg and
life Is equal to that et say three-,
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Ship Christeners Take the Breaks of the Garne
Laconic Frendunan Is a New Twist ilk Viashingtim

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Washington's staunchest advo-1
cates of paper, plates are mem-I For instance, when a reporter
hers of the Sheraton-Park Hotel's.asked why she had never learned
kitchen crew who washed ( and:to ski in Germany, Irene quoted
dried the dishes at a $100-a-plate: a line from "The Hot Dog Polka."
Republican dinner. The wingding,' "It may be true as the song says
- that 'There ain't no bones ili. a
,..,
, ihot dog,' Jibe explained. "But
there are bones in me and every
ki-Z l --1,1 It di if time I tried to ski, I broke one
t::i 0 of them."
.:&c:4::b.!-''''''',,') IMOTOGRAPHY This sort of dedication vanish vanished
ed vanished however, at the end of the
tsAi.t.
campaign. When asked what she
kt:.11 Ely ZD FITZGERALD
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.. wanted for lunch on her last day
, in town she answered, "Make it
a hamburger.'
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which 3,200 people attended, turn turned
ed turned out to be the biltSellt dilser
the hotel's history.
Guests dirtied 2114100 Pieces et
china, 6,400 glasses and 11,1416
knives, forks and spoons..
The party probably set a ret retard
ard retard as a money-making enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. Ahhough the GOP NItion NItional
al NItional Committee charged each guest
$100 to attend, the dinner cost on only
ly only 66.90 per plate. Thus thtr-GOP
raked in almost $300,000 in camp campaign
aign campaign funds.
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Favorite fish of Chevy Chase
back yard cooking enthusiasts is a
Mabyan receipe called Panggang
Perchik It's charcoal broiled
steak marinated with a concoction
of coconut milk, onions, ginger,
root, green chili peppers and
brown sugar.
Upon arriving at an outdoor
party where Panggang Perchilk
was being prepared, Pentagon Na Navy
vy Navy Captain Sidney Freedman tom
mented:
"This neighboorhood s ni ells
just like the streets of Singapore."
Prettiest, most enthusiastic
huckster to visit Washington this
year is Irene Wasserkort of
Frankfurt. Germany, who is Miss
Hot Dog of 1959. For three days
she toured the capital promoting
hot dogs at press conferences.
embassy receptions and hotel din dining
ing dining rooms. She also found a way
to tawk the dish in almost every
statement she made.
For instance, when a reporter
asked why she had never learned
to ski in Germany, Irene quoted
a line from "The Hot Dog Polka."
"It may be true as the Serig says

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priced reasonablypriced but good (twilit &mad re repiuction
piuction repiuction and don't insist en
steo, this may be a good time
to che k the trade-ins at the WO
fidelity stores in your town.
Stereo itself is repotted re responsible
sponsible responsible for many trade-hist as
monophonic amplifiers are being
swapped. for stereo amptillert
Some owners are trading-in one
good monophonic speaker for
two stereo speakers et lesser qua
lity.
Because of the rush toward
stere o, monophonic equipment
does not have a high resale value
But there is a lot of satisfaction
in good monophonic equipment.
Stereo -records, oby and lame,
are not up te the quality et ow
minimal records.
So. it may pay to look at the
secondhand table in your dealer's
store. If you decide to buy; be
sure that the dealer is reliable. If
the equipment goes bad, you can
usually work out the ptehlem
with him.
I But apart from that, a rellatie
dealer wM throughly check and
repair. if necessary. any sleeted
hand equipment before be puts it
up for sale.
' It is a good idea te find eut
actly how old a piece et IMP IMP,
, IMP, ment is before buying H and what
the origrnal retail price lam
The main thing is what the
; equipment will do. It probably is
not a good idea to by equipment
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bert Robert Le Bacon may start an another
other another trend in women's summex
fashion accessories. She showed
up at a British Embassy reception
the other afternoon carrybag a
small portable electric fan.
"It's wonderful for this," she said
bolding the tan behind ber nezit

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Turkish press Attache Altermur
Mlle has devised a new cocktail
which be says surpasses a Bloo Bloody
dy Bloody Mary as a daytime drink. A
Bloody Mary is a combination of
vodka and tomato juice. Kilic's
concoction is a mixture of vodka
and milk Re calls it a Pale Jane.

The princes of the 370-acre
principality of Monaco were in
need of money in 1856, so a
gambling house was author.
ized. In 1162, a small building
for gambling was opened In
Monte Carlo. When it was not
successful. Francois Blanc, di.
rector of the casino at Bach:
Homburg, took over. In a feW
years he succeeded in building
up a flourishing business. NOW..
sdaYs, thn prince of moat,
derives some income from the
gambling, but more from hotel
taxes and the sale of stamps.

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Speakers are actually supposed
to improve with -age, but-after a
point the value of age becomes
negligible.
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listen to it long and hard:That's
the best test.
Instrumentals can tell whether
the speaker will do what the ma manufactmer
nufactmer manufactmer says it will. But in instrument
strument instrument checks don't necessarily
mean a listener will be pleased
with the speaker.
If the speaker is in an enclosure,
check the. cabinet work for. scars
and the grill cloth for rips.
Some authorities advise ;against
buying a secondhand turnable
or changer. But dealers can cheek
out these parts and so can a pur purchaser.
chaser. purchaser. fut them in sequence
with top grade equipment and
listen- to a record with a lot of
blank spots in it, late a piano or
guitar solo. If there is any rum rumble,
ble, rumble, flutter or wow. you can hear
it. if there is, don't buy.
Se careful about buying used--
cartridge. It bad
idea not to buy one tan. A
second4sand amptifier con es
had and not hurt a speaker, but
a bad cartridge, which yeas may
net notice immediately, could
do irreparable &merle Ile a
stack of expensive records.
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looks perlect, you are not tom tompletely
pletely tompletely safe. Something may have
happened to the inside of the cart cartridge
ridge cartridge or te the compliance of the
stylur Int will makcltilkttrder
ovec?rds.

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NEW YORE (UPI)---Lput 1 big
league rookie ,vrbo homers Ms
- first trip to the. plate, M Ward,
a newcomer among pop singers,
kas a potential 1' golden record
with his combination et Tell
Her Mister Moon" and "For You.
My Lover" (Big B-1011).
"UR Her. Mister Moan,' in intended
tended intended to be the flip side, is the
bettor ens for showing eff
Wards deptii. "For You, My.
Lever," white net clinker, is
mem el warms, then fast 1
Pitck
Ward, whose home is in Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Miss disdains rock'nlroli in
Ids debut as recording artist.
While there is nothing basically
wrong with r and r, too often it
, sublimates the singer and makes
him only a vehicle for the beat.,
But Ward doesn't need such Usp Usppings.
pings. Usppings. He has, a, rich voice and
should become- a star if he can
keep his records:. on this high
,
level
Capitol Las moved into the lead
In the previously untapped 45
rpm stereo &Id with a number
of good Telealeti; among them
the "Bum Hop" by Ray Antho-,
ay. Rich tones in the stereo ver version
sion version makts Anthony's earlier mo mono
no mono recording of this dance tan tan,
, tan, dard soimd flat 1

There are many good "Porgy
said Bess" LP's on the counters
sow but the best orchestration
seems to be Monty Kelly's (Cart (CartSon
Son (CartSon SILP 12-111).
orchestral blending,
ore even taxarod and the fact
that the arrangemurd was writ written
ten written especially for stereo makes
it outstanding,
Sialtcted Singles: "I'm Gonna
Change Him" in' Cathy Carr
(Roulette R-41.52; "I Don't Care
How Much Yuh bo it" by The
Terrifies (Demon FF-1516). "To "Told'
ld' "Told' ,by The Tradewinds (RCA
Victor 41-75111, "Enchanted' by
the Platters (MereurY 71427),
"The Things Money Can't Buy"
by Monty Babson (Jubilet
For Good Listening: "S o f t
Lights and Sweet Music' by Vie Vietor
tor Vietor Yoimg and His Smging
Strings (Dew& DL-8789), one of
the last mood sessions conducted
by the tate Victor Yoimg, one of
Hollywood's greatests.
Stereo Bargain: "VoL 1, What's
New" (Capitol SN-1) is a 'leas 'leaser"
er" 'leaser" but nevertheless a real buy
This is a sampling of numbers
-from each of several new Capita
Stereo LPL But it's equiva-ent
to getting a dozen new 45 rpm's
at about one-fourth of the cosi

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NEW YORK (UPI) --The spe speVroand
Vroand speVroand individual quality Rug RugRicci'
Ricci' RugRicci' puts into Ids violin
playing be a warm eloquence that
is parbcularly evident: in his
stereo recordings el Prokofiefrs
1st and 2nd concertos with L'Or
chestre de la Suisse Romande or
der Anserment (London MOO)
and olt the 1st concertos at Mew
delssohn and Bruch with the
London Symphony under Gamboa
(London-MOM
R takes stereo to make a per personal
sonal personal expression of this sod most
evident, because of stere o's
breadth and depth, and it makes
this artist seem a pleader tor the
worker be is playing.
Some say the Ricci technique
is not that of a virtuoso of the
first rank. If so. he's still a play player
er player of the first rank, if commtmi commtmicativeness
cativeness commtmicativeness is any criterion.
Brahms' violin concerto has
had a new recording by Arthur
Grumiaux, with the Amsterdam
CAmcertgebouw under
Devotees of Brahms might and
probably will complain that !be
deeper and more soulful contents
thasi Rabin, aka 'aim Isis first
lightly if not superficially.

But 1 Griamiaux and Belmont
were net tee sure of ths tree
Brehm values in this week,
few performers love ever beat
1 sere (Epic-LC-35UL
Ricci gave his first concerto at
'the age of 1 (in 1929) Grumiaux
gave his at 11 (in 1937) and hme
is the 23-year-old American Mi Michael
chael Michael Rabin, who gavt his first
concert at 14 (in 1950), lightly
leaping the most formidable hur hur1
1 hur1 died of violin playing, the Fags Fagsnini
nini Fagsnini Caprices for tmaccompadied
Olill (Capitol-8477).
In short, Rabin has arrived at
tbe fidl virtuoso state he can
both play and make considerable
anesthetic sense out of these piec pieces.
es. pieces. Pailanini was ne master cent.
poser. But most of these 24
pieces have edd twists and
sem have, undeniable beauty.
Leonid Kogan, the Russian vio
linist, (with Grigori Ginsturg,
piano) offers a neatly disciplined
playing Ntf. Beethoven's 9th
("Kreutzer") sonata and of
Schumand's fantasy Opus 4 131
(MGM-30003). But to get back
to Brahms, you should hear the
stereo version of tirdhelm, Back Backhaus'
haus' Backhaus' "Brahma piano recital." In Included
cluded Included is the cream of &alms'
piano music. the short pieces, and
stireo gives phonographic realiti
to the superb art of Backhaus.

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Dear SW: Pat Suzuki of "Flow "Flower
er "Flower Drum Song" was sot availa available
ble available tor dwelling the buzz that she
will marry photographer. The
latter and his Wate are waiting
tor their abrogation. -Ethel MZ1N
JIM and husband Bob Siz "were
sever happier." accorthag to in intimates,
timates, intimates, who were astonished at
the untrumors king The Herm
Stem- -Our Vic Damore-Pier An Angell'
gell' Angell' tip to the Mirror city duk
was confirmed fast. She Sa Sahara
hara Sahara heat hasn't dented biz for
"Gypsy," which helps all the
other pbys with the showgoers it
turas away. -"The Billy Barnes
Nes Revue" enjoyed sugary no notices.
tices. notices. You'd like it-.. The Earths
Kitt-Andy Vasquez duet is not a
rOMallee- Just enjoy chachaing
aB over tom The Rock Hudson-Mrs.
Tyrone Power matter ap
pears to be for reaL Brigitte
Bardoes alleged romance with
Jacques Charrier is over, alrea already.
dy. already. Her leading man in her next
film, "Babette" Chums now
doubt that Deborah Kerr and
Peter Viertel blend

Whit Hours staffer Stephen
Hess and Elena Shayne of CARE
wed SOOIL Sheree North's for former
mer former husband Bud Freeman and
Joanne Barnes of Gil Rowe are a
new Two.. If Jimmy Hoffa
agrees to 'appear on the Ed Muf Mufrow
row Mufrow program June 26 he will
be permRted to comment un unedited.
edited. unedited. ..Rocknroll star Roy
Hamilton is getting his insp'ra
tion from Myrna Adams, a Wash
ington Model. An3ther very
happy pair are Pat Boone's
brother (Nick Todd) and Anita
Bryant, songstres s...fleana
Bulova, widow of the watch
tycoon, may make news with
Bunty Lawrence, the tennistar
turned 11'wood agent. ..0 omic
Jack Carter has gone daffy over
lovely Beall Baldwin, the model.
- Veronica Lake's Renato dinner dinnerdate
date dinnerdate was real estater David River Riverside.
side. Riverside. Told in!.. she will title her
memairs "The Peek-a-Boo Girl."
Based on her once famous hairdo
Marry Wismer is now Exec ExecVeep
Veep ExecVeep of Texas American Oil Co.
The talk that he and his wife (of
the Ford clan) are melting ail,-
parently is true. lne of the
Mayor's cars (probly his kin)
has a red' sticker on the fr011t
bumper, R reads: "Help Stamp
OutRepublicans"...DrLeo
Michel phoned. Said none of his
murdered brother's monev was
is Mrs. Edythe Hallock's deposit

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EXODUSLeon M. Ur Is
THE UGLY AMERICAN
Ham Lederer and Eugene I,
Burdick
DEAR AND GLORIOUS PHYSI PHYSICIAN
CIAN PHYSICIAN Taylor Caldwell
LOMA Vladimir Nabokov
MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO PAK
Paul Galileo
FROM ME TERRACEJohn O'-
Hara
wArcu THAT ENDS THE
NIGHTHugh MacLennan

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Alexander King
ONLY IN AMERICAHarry Gold Golden
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COMMUNISM Harry and Bo Bonaro
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ELIZABETH THE GREAT Eli Elizabeth
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Iva" TWELVE AND TWENTY
Pat Boone
COLLISION COURSEAlvia Bes Bestow.
tow. Bestow. HOW I TURNED ONE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND pommts INO A MiL
LION IN REAL ESTATE
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BROTHERHOOD OF EVIL k'red k'rederick
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singer. who has since fled back at weal w.to town& oat Atm GIs
to Rome. Johnny Meyer's es- car.. .ane e. roan-at 1.4. tut
fringed wife will not rest until AcautAlg iAve mwarance La AAA.. nal'
she finds out who thigged tier otatuto mead awe re....11.4.,ua
toast date, Peter Brady. alai 'alley uume awe or nAt.,...g
1111 tort awatAdt rtbe.a CAS.
wale ati bum a LAI OIL sus Li I ILoma
Loma ILoma Birrel, now is Ilene- maa. 'Lute 44 Ai gm Jou hi a avid&
vid& avid& (far from SEC probers'. ma. wey save ,A-AA'uo to
amour. One of Ms pretties( belles rum Waft w a aakqg r.it
has hem joined there by his ,Iveatie. Ali ueotaciw-e,
in town. .Forrest Tucker's Lon- ,OUt

Leona now is Vene-1
nada (far from SEC probersi,1
amour. One of the prettiest belles1
has hem joined there by hisl
in town.. .frorrest Tucker's Lon-1
don favorite, Johanna Dunn, has'
wearied of ',dining; She wilf
marry Colin Burn. .Gene Tier Tierney
ney Tierney is due back any week now.1
I do wish the guod breaks were
hers. again. A dear girL
Last Hurrah" mid "Bell, Buuk
and Candle" were surprise flops 11
for Columbia. The loss win total
1,S00.000. Greek society says
Athenian song star Kitza is end ending
ing ending her merger with a British
captain. I saw her once at the
Golden Dolphin, a lovely hing
Joan Cogins is the lates
find- Markin "most intr7guing."1

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IllatitOTS se "Look Back hs
Anger." now totwing, just got an another
other another dividend check represent representing
ing representing aprolit of 4114 per cent!.
"La Pluma" backers are now
fully repaid. Both produced ov
David Merrict, the lawyer who
invaded show business, and has
had so many clicks. ..Desi Arnaz
and Lucille Ball are back from
Europe. Call him tonight.
Martha Kay, owner of the Ten Tender
der Tender Trap, has a new pursuitor.
He's from' Brazil. Tipq the waitert
$1.00 every night. .Cy Coleman.
the Roundtable piano star, re reserves
serves reserves his dates for Vanning
Lorna Kennedy. 22, a Soutbamn Soutbamnton
ton Soutbamnton socialite. .Dr Castro's favor favorite
ite favorite songstress in Kirna Moor of
Turkey now starring at the Ra Ravans
vans Ravans Riviera.. Ale Eddie Condon
jazz crowd envy Neal Walsh's
date there. Luscious Carol Chris Christenson,
tenson, Christenson, one of the Rheingnid
Wants.

Riguast plunger in years around
the Yonkers clubhouse is a nym
known only as "The Frenchman
Wacers 50,000 per rae e. Sun Sunposed
posed Sunposed to hay( beatfn the trotters

What Do You Read2

Forge at Liberty. by Leonard
Falkner (Dutton): In the sprmg
and summer of 1775, the Red Redcoats
coats Redcoats got the surprise of their
lives. A ragtag and bobtail
group of farmers, mechanics ar arn.risans
n.risans arn.risans and shopkeepers stood up
against the British regulars, shot
them down and became the nu
dens of Washington's forces.
With immeasurable help fro.
the ignorance arid follies ot Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's generals, they went on to
win a war that changed the world.
This well-researched book tells
how it all began on a showery
day in April when Paul Revere
'wok his famous ride, how the pro
vicials routed the British at Con Concord
cord Concord Bridge, and bow they repuls repulsd
d repulsd frontal chargesof the "Lob
ster-backs" at Brbeed's and bunk bunker
er bunker Hills until they had used up
their ammunition.

Folksier introduces no fictions
in this splendid retelling of the
first big and aweome achieve
swot of the United States in the
faking.
Tim Scandalous Scamps, by Pa Parold
rold Parold Meb ling (Holt): A tour
through a rogues gallery of swind swind,ers
,ers swind,ers Here are Richard Whitney,
who embetded millions walie
president of the New York Stock
Exchange-, William Franklin "520
percent" Miller, who promised to
pay 10 percent we,ekly inlerest
and didfor a while: John Roma".
lug "Goat-Gland" Brinkley, a med medical
ical medical faker who nearly became gov
ernor el Kansas; and others who
concocted hoaxes that Plitt beg begged
ged begged in ba believed.
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&.ataug we L..,y
pew& tor proutonuo, e&c. nal. we
wag owegaz&A.en hic.I-Od
igto.40 Usa, never liselAUCIS p&wly
V.A.peillbeb, tAtill)0a
.1 sew we Onr.t to we
natty oiteni na-tor Inalt..Lt4 1,ta
&or we teuaLtertut e41401 iiia
&min toe UeAmet oayreetwaw,a,a oayreetwaw,a,a&ng
&ng oayreetwaw,a,a&ng boastAlma be to us to 1,glit
caLaczr. .tenuessee ,sar
Lrat tune, it4b written a kiay kiaytor
tor kiaytor teevee. ne Ras been tk-c.cd
one mitten oculars t.. writa tour
et Went. Tata ;meet tali money,
-batenme. wrmsirong go& $10o,-
OW ter Ms --a rebukes &Awry,.
It's a doli tor the Edward l'nor l'norstms
stms l'norstms in Chicago He's et tno
Walter hobs, author of "'be Lin Linwealthy
wealthy Linwealthy New Mexico clan- Moth Mother
er Mother Is Lonnie Sloane, ex-showg,r1
mortal," is gettlng rich. The novel
is out in paperback formselling
bigger th3 "Peyton Place." Ross
is new senior ecl at Coronet.

For Your Sound-Mikes: the
new No. 1 song, "i3attle Of Ncw
Orleans," and the oldie, "Turkey
In The Straw". .Miami Be Act)
night clubs sing he blues, but
Diosa Costelli's oreezy revue at
the Hotel Lucerne there just hit
its 1500 performance. .J a c
sonville editors may be interested
to leam that Sammy Kaye's
singer (a former "Miss Jackson Jacksonville")
ville") Jacksonville") has wn the heart of mu music
sic music exec Stao ley mills. .What
d'ya bear from Christine Jorgen Jorgensen?
sen? Jorgensen? Did they go and duit and
fear the publicityor did their
recent publicity kill it? The Desk
wants to know.

ils their due as magicians and
artists. Now is he harsh on their
victims for being so credoioils,
poiniht.g ou: the difficulty some somefimes
fimes somefimes of distinguishing reality
from fantasy.
Too much skepticism can also
be misitading, he warns. For ,?x ,?xample
ample ,?xample what would we havt Aaid
five yesrs ago if someone had
proposed to plaee a new piatet
in orbit?

Don't Got Poreonti with
Chidum, by H. Alien Smith 'Lit.
tie Brown) Humorist Smith. who
rose to 'fame with such adult
booko as "Life In a Putty Knife
Factory.' now turns his 4,icn 4,icntion
tion 4,icntion to children. This is a collec collection
tion collection of, their witticisms, same
culled from books and magazines.
some sent to Smith by the au authors
thors authors (now in their later years)
and some by doting parents
Included are letters written
home from summer camp:
,"Dear Mon, Vacation is all most
,over. See you soon, your Jove
child, Charles."
The lowdes title tomes from a
letter by an unhappy child who
made friends with a chicken des destined
tined destined for the dinner table.
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Tim Jury is Still Out, by Irwin
D. Davidson and Richard Geh Gehman
man Gehman (Hamer): A reconstruction
of the trial of seven. youths for
the slaying ed Wyear-old Mi Michael
chael Michael Fwrmer in New York
Davklsdn vras the trial Judge:
Gehman is a professional writer.
Davidsim gives his thoughts an
masoning at 111r10111 StageS ot the
triate He also advances a plan for
"incipierit',41elinquents.
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them. But who that has lived in
Panama since 1935 or even longer,
recalls seeing a horse-drawn
vehicle here?
It sure is strange to me how
horses are used to ride or to pack
things but never to draw a wheel wheeled
ed wheeled cart or wagon. This one in Pe
nonoine made me do a doabie
take. Although my picture didn't
get it, there was a spotted coach
dog running along under the cart
for a while, and it surely look looked
ed looked familiar. You see, the only rea reason
son reason I came to Panama was be because
cause because my feet didn't fit the fur furrow
row furrow back yonder.
If one goes far enough beyond
Penonome, where the good road
ends, he might make his was, to
Oeu. That village has been sdfer sdfering
ing sdfering the inroads of so-called civili civilization
zation civilization since my last visit, out it
used to be a fine place to get some
real nice pictures of real country
folks early in the morning.
The girl in her home-made hat
was one I met early in the morn.
ing on a side street in Ocu. Her
mother had her firmly in tow and
on'y the presence of my wifo cn cnabled
abled cnabled me to get close enough tor
later, the Panama governmen'. us usth's
th's usth's shot She was 13. A few years
ed this picture of the girl for trout trout'
' trout' sands of posters advertising the
census. For a while she may have
been the most publicized girl in
Panama, but living out in the bush
outside of Ocu, she may never
have known her pictorial promin prominence.
ence. prominence. This is one of my favorite pie.-
turl although skited photograph.
ers tell me I should never 1.,ke
a picture of someone staring in into
to into the camera. They should have
told the girl! She probably nev never
er never saw a camera before and
couldn't help staring.
This tatamanca Indian couple
had walked. across the continent
from near Bocas del Toro to !he
Vo Icon where we picked thew up
tor a ride one morning. They con conversed
versed conversed in Spanish with us and I
thought they might be out seeing
Me world for the first time. was
wrong The Indian told me at)olit
working at Howard Field during
- the war before returning to his
home with his pockets full of mon money.
ey. money. They had come to work in the
toffee harvesting.
Closer honae, we were at Cama Cama'
' Cama' ron one day loking over the lit little
tle little town that had no roal. out ex exeept
eept exeept through- Fort Kolb, -iv Yitaryi

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THIS HAND-CARVED sugar mill with its hand-operated wheel
whows the hard way to extract juice from sugar cane, near
Campana

reservation. We had taken pi,!tiir pi,!tiires
es pi,!tiires of their fishing boats with sails
made from flour sacks with the
trademarks still visible in them.
We photographed the tiny chapel
with the Kobbe soldiers had built
for the Camaron townspeople.
Then, walking along, I found a
mother bathing her child in a lit little
tle little brook in the jungle. The digni
ty of the mother and the cornho cornhosure
sure cornhosure of the child impressed us.
The wooded area, the tiny stream
and the setting was something
which I should like to have paint painted
ed painted rather than merely grab with
a camera lens.
Up near Campana Mountain, .a
roadside vendor had made this
sugar mill, intended to be 3p.1-
ated by hand. It is ingenious and
represents lots of work but .it
raises the question of whether this
is the most efficient way of doing
the work?
El Va Jle is not the same pic picturesque
turesque picturesque town it once was. It
still has charm but the people
are getting too citified. One still
sees them carrying their shoes
in their hands until they get
near the town. It was down by
a ford where a trail came oJt
of the hills that one day we saw
this grave girl with her grand grandmother
mother grandmother keeping a watchful eye
over her.
With the growth El Valle is mak making,
ing, making, this little girl will not cling
to the traditions of .her grandpal!,
ents but will soon seize on mod modern
ern modern ways which seem so much
more attractive.
Most Canal Zoners never see
the Canal nor the ships transiting
unless, peradventure, they drive
along it or cross the bridge at
Miraflores. However, one spot that
always has stories of the sea is
the Balboa Yacht Club. Here are
the tinv bots in which adventur adventurous
ous adventurous soills venture out to sea. Ma Many
ny Many boats smaller than those seen
have crossed the Pa.cific. But not
with me in them! It is interesong
to see the giant cruise ships slip
past the boats owned by local :wt :wtlovers.
lovers. :wtlovers. Each to his own and in
his own choice of craft, be it giant
ship or modest-sized boat.
Here I'm at the end of my
space It's been fun revisiting
,some spots out of town through
Ahe Medium of these pitetures.
Makes me want to go picture-taking
in the interior some more, If
you would be interested in some
interior supplements, why not drop
a postcard to the editor and say
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HORSE-DRAWN vehicle in Panama. Penonome has the only one we know.

SITTING DUCK?--This official Air Force drawing depicts an Atlas ICBM being prepared for
launching from a "hardened," or permanent base. Such missile sites, planed to be scattered
about the nation, may never be built. Immovable, and requiring many facilities to get liquid liquidfueled
fueled liquidfueled rockets like ,theAtlas ready for firing, they are too vulnerable to enemy attack, the
Pentagon has decided. Instead, emphasis will be on developing a new set of easily trans trans'portable
'portable trans'portable solid-fueled missiles, such as Minuteman, which can be mounted and fired from trains
or ships, or Polaris, designed to be launched from a submarine and other places.

CAGNEY'S BOAT NOW KIOV PLAYOROUNON-Youngsters'dtve Inte the water at New

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port Dunes, Calif., from the "Swift,'t 'an 18th enturY-design boat once owned by 'Jimmy
Cagney. Jimmy's one troage aboard her eau be sumnied tip in "Sail, Pale, Bel" Shortly
afterward he- sold her.
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Panama since 1935 or even longer, trademarks still visible in tnem HORSE-DRAWN vehicle in Panama. Penonome has the only one we know. 1
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, abled me to get close enoug4 tor of the hills that one day we saw or
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'NEW YORK (UPI) The 1958-
BB Broadway season wound up
wi:h a flourish when "Gypsy ar arrived
rived arrived at the Broadway Theater.
''Having Ethel Merman around
always seems to have an electri
tying effect on show business,
even when her vehicle may creak
a' bit. So when this queen of mu musical
sical musical comedy comes along in a
show that has humor and pathos
and just plain guts, cheering is
In order.
The show is based somewhat
loosely but with a firm degree of
accuracy on that, fabulous chap chapter
ter chapter in American show business
that deals with the Hovick
Gypsy- Rose Lee, June
Havoc and their indomitable mo mother,
ther, mother, Rose. ,
The libretto by Arthur Lau Laurents,
rents, Laurents, a fine one, stems from Miss,
Lee's memoirs. Sister J u et s
memoirs,."Early Havoc," cover
Ing part of ,the same ground, is
just off the presses:but is no,in no,involved
volved no,involved in the show, although June
is one of its important characters:
Mother Rosa is'portrayod as a
WOMS11 who is determined that
that Baby Jono,,a too-dancer at.
tho ago of hvo, will become a;
great star, compensating- !he
pothar for thp fact sho rover
had a chance to lmicome an ac actroses.
troses. actroses. She starts June and the slight slightly
ly slightly older and untalented Louise
(Gypsy) in vaudeville in the
palmy days of the early 1920's.
The act, which includes' sev several
eral several boys has its ups and do -ins,
finatty achtftves some success just
as June can no longer be passed
off ar a little girl and as vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville takes to its death bed.
,Jufte, fed up with the life, elopes
at the age of 13. Mother, refusing
to concede defeat, tries to build a
act around Louise. This doesn't
work very well, and the act is

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brightness ratio. 4 -A2.
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fully carefully with an exposnre meter. fol following
lowing following fir directions that came
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PHOTOGRAPHY

By' ED FIT,ZGERLD

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The early Greek physician,
Hippocrates, is referred to as
the "Father of Medicine" be because
cause because in hi books and those
le his pupils tthe method de deIscribed
Iscribed deIscribed is that which has really
created medical science. This is'l
ithe method of learning stbout
idisease through close ebserlia,
itiou' of patients. About.tbe-llte
lof Hippocrates little is knon.
He was born at Cos In 460 B.C.
and died sometime between
the years 377 and 359 B.C.
0 Encyclopulla Britannic

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4PIUR"Nalyrtv-st,e''

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about to disband when-it gets an
accidental booking in a .cheap
burlesque house.
Here, by chance and necessity,
Louise discovers the art of the
strip tease, gives it a high-class
interpretation and IS-Dff ,to the
sort .of stardom her mother,,never
imagined. ,,-- ",
The mother has won in a sense,
but she also has lost---gypsy bars
ser from further guidance otter
career. She is a' woman wittand
a cause.
This ismosty stuff for a mu musical
sical musical comedy plot, and al hands
inako tho most of it. Miss Met.-
man suddenly has turned into
singing comedienne, although
she still supplies plonty of
laughs and is bolting out those
tongs as well as over.
, She has one of the most poignant'
and rousing last scenes in a mu musical
sical musical that I've ever -witnessed. It
should- floor you.
Sandra Church is a clelight as
the older Gypsy, same for Lane
Bradbury as the older Jtme. Jack
Klugman, a fine actor, Is a strong
-support as a manager in lave
with the mother. t
'The music of Jule Styne, and
the' lyrics of Stephen. Sondheim
are blended for a set of songs that
serve excellently at times and
are a little weak on occasion., It
isn't the finest score Mermau bas
had in her career,, but it droNs the
job.
The production has been staged
and choreographed by Jerome
Robbins with a skill and zest that
keeps it rocking- along at a fast
paoe. The sets of Jo Mietziner
and the costumes of Raoul Pene
du Bois are right in pie period
groove.
This show has to rank with "An "Annie
nie "Annie Get Your Gun" as the best
Merman has had in her career
of 13 musicals It is a dandy.

4. Make the camera exposure,
preferably with the camera on a
tripod or other steady Isupport
Keep a record of your exposure
settings.
5. Again, use the meter calcula calculator
tor calculator but this time use an MS1 of
twice the eiposure Index.
6. Change the kcamera to the
new exposure settings and make
the second exposure. In selecting
the new exposure, change Hi
shuttr speed and leave- the dia diaphragm
phragm diaphragm as nearly constant as pos possible.
sible. possible. When you roach the top shut shutter
ter shutter speed setting, it will be no nocessary
cessary nocessary to close the diaphragm
to continuo the series; but Keep
the aperture within ono or two
stops in order to make the pic pictures
tures pictures comparable from tho
stand point of fepth.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 dou doublihg
blihg doublihg the MSI each time unto you
have leached a reasonable limit
8. Remove the film from the
camera and develop lt.
9. Make the best possible print
from each negative in the series.'
10. Eyaluate your prints with re regard
gard regard to quality. highlight detail,
shadoW detail and ease of printing.
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