The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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34th YEAR .1

O. 4r,
,11t 16.111MA,

FAA-approved train.
Int programa for all, flight crew
Members, 'with. tbe airlines sub.
,,'' mitting their own programs for re.
, view and approval.
: ., :
' ,all, to-Pilots to quid.
on every' ,type el aircraft to
ivhich they may be' assigned. Pre.
sent regulations, require.' co-pilots
r to pass ,,,a,,test ordy' ene tYPe
,; of planet ,subsequently they' Mal
. fly in !other equipment without
qualitYbag.; 1
,
;'' The 'pilots' unlorChas been de.1
man r e o. o ua
(trig su ?t e t q Mica'
tion rule for. the, last five years.
But Its Inclusion in, revised air
regulationg svill not ,soften the age
' limit blow, N r ;
A :nationwide controversy over
tbe so-called "pilot age problem"
: was generated earlier this 'year
when,, ink American Airlines jet jetl
l jetl :powered Electra, commanded, by
,

-
WASIUNGTON; Zune (UPI)
'; The' Federal:Aviation Agency an,-
tibbied, plans,: today to ground
pilets over 60 years old
and to impose drastic age limits
, on ',pilau 'allowed '1,6 command jet,
, powered aircraft. !- ,
' said IttC Proposed
' sweining Tevlsion if civil air reg.
ulations was intended 4o:increase
, pilot :proficiencr, in: the -"demand'ing
jet age and lo assure greater
safetY 'for the public.' ;
The FAA said it intndi 1,"
Ground all -Conimercial
'who have reached alio 60th.lirtil 60th.lirtilknatt
knatt 60th.lirtilknatt 01 pilots 55 or elder
from commanding jets unless
they already bad qualified on
such-I planes before reaching 55,
or qualify before tile order goes
into effect --
,FAA; slid It viould'I give
ested :parties 'a chance to file
commenti before putting the age'
into 'effect: 'This ,undoubted,'
include the AirlinCPilots
ASSn. CALPA)::-which vigorously
opposes,,, imposing ago 7 EWA; on
commercial pilots.
,
eitimated 250'et ttie nation's
4,000 active airline pilot -are be betweent15,
tweent15, betweent15, and, 60,c- About 20 are 60
or' older--,HoWever;' at- least half
of -the ;55-60 ager-7.' group,,' already
his qualified; or jet 'airliners and
would mot be'affected. ;: 4
the IrkAidid not stop with, age
, R also iannotmced. that it

QUETN DEDICATES SEAWAY-. Queen Elizabeth 11 speaks at' ihe .ceremorirdedicating.the
St,. Lawrence Seaway at ,Montreal, Canada, 'Friday, while President Eisenhower looks on,. In.
the center background ill ILS Secretary. of State Christian A. Herter. I

Iriipezjygo;sri4.411

59-yeer-Old -tantain, ,trashed' in
New York's East River last Feb.
; killing 6,' 7N,
The. 1,' Civil AeronaUtics Board
hai,flot -issued its findings on the
accident, but testimony ns pointed
to '41.. faulty or, mis-read new type
of- altimeter faltitude zmeasuring
device), r
,The age -of the-dead captain be....
came an issue, howevere when

Lki -toirTnaar Lan
,, -,f.. -, : ,,,-,4'e 11,,t 2 0 ' '
1
The ILS. Army ChemiedCorps meal
eelebrates its .41st anniversary to- make
day. : ., , ; '., -- .. matte

p- on intering' World' War 1 in
April of 1917, the United States
had neithera chemical --waders
organization .,not protective.- pro?
visions for dealing with gas Wav
fare., On June 28, 1918, various
agencies were 'combined into the
ChemicalWarfare,Ser,vice, Nation.
.
e Tho-now sorvics was Charged ,,,
with all responsibilities, relating
, to; rossarch, Iciogolopmente test--
Ina and procuromont of ''- toxic"
gases and gas defonso'sPoliart-;
cos, thg- filling 'of gal munitono,
all ohomicat warfare ,trisining,
.snd this formulatiott of doctrine
governing tho, omplOyment o f
toxic gents.4
4 The Chemical---Warfare Service
was made apertnanent branch' of
the army- 1970-and
was redesignated. the,, Chemical
Corns in 1948. 4
The' Corns has been the guiding
force-in the research and deve development
lopment development of chemical. biologi ti I
and radiological (CBE) techniques
from the infancy!, of .toxie
gases and gas defense Asnpliances
to the development of, protective
measurer against the asve some
power of nuclear devices.
, The first chief of the Chemicel
Warfare Section was Xal. Gen,
WilHam Sibert. may. e n.
Marshall Stubbs' heads the pre-.
sent Chemical Corps.
, Between, the two world 'wars,
efforts were devoted, primarily to
research work and, the.aupervt the.aupervtsion
sion the.aupervtsion of chemical training -in the
Army. During; World War II ,it
made giant strides in nerfecting
CBR protective measures.
,rThe Army, Chemical Cotts to.
contly dovolopod this now. crap crap,
, crap, forks, protective, mask. Desist.
nalod the 9.1-17,: mask
providos protection sgains sigki
and rodiolopical porn c o A'.
, lighhvoight filter material mold moldscr
scr moldscr into tho rubber Cis:apiece oil.
minates ,the need of an external
canister. The hov mask is dos.,
cribed as this first significant'
thengs' in mask evolution, since
, ,
The 11.S A;m2--earibbe'att Cho,
, 4
,

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;,,,14116;;;i;ixe;i:,,sgebtio,lt:,;

b 2br
severat government aviation,, of officials
ficials officials voiced concern ,over t b e
ability ef older' pilot to handle
;
new; 'high performance jetliners.:
- The- airlines haye :favored a
mandatory retirement age of 60,
Their,,,medicarAlirectors say, a
man 60 or older Is zmore prone to
sudden incapacitation from such
things at heat attacks., ,,,,

mica! '; Section advises,s'. Owns"- and
make recommendations on a 1 1
matters ,pertain1ng -to CBR 'train 'training,
ing, 'training, with -USARCARIB. 41014 RS
funCtions,-- the4 Chemical Section
offers technical assistance 'to, the
commanding general and his
staff, conducts ',unit training bad,
pections and exercises, and
sues," maintains and repairs sup sup.
. sup. ,
TOO section 'also has -operationchendcal
supply lines,' and, pro0
vides logistical' supPort for: admi administrative
nistrative administrative supervision iti tht Che-.
mical Corps', Tropic Test ,Activi."
ty, ,a field organization Of the
Dugway Proving Ground,,Dugway,
Utah., , ,,
,
;The Radiological Control Center
fRADC) is Ian element. which
predicts 'fallout from enemY nu nuclear
clear nuclear attacka ,and coordinates ra radiological
diological radiological surverys. RADC is the
&eel pOint for radiologiCal tn tn,formation.
,formation. tn,formation. ,The chemical officer
Elias special staff officer revert revertsability,;,for
sability,;,for revertsability,;,for prediction, of
fallout resulting from enemy use
of nudear Weapons. ,tt
' At USARCARIB level ..an RADC
Is established by the CHEMICAL
OFFICER RAC plans' auto y s,
processes and evaluatety all moni monitoring
toring monitoring and survey date,
tains the, radiological situa title
map, -and desseminatee'cur r n
and,, future. contamination charts
ati required.'
The, USARCARIB CBR School
offers two-week courses ler oh.
listed men, one-week courses for
officera',. and thrata-day., Ammo
,thrower courses, Thera ,are 4 mei,
proximately 20 students, in each
Course, Including tall ,A r m ,,
Forces and Panama Canal per.
sonnet. s
'ro d,ate the 'ichoof has' graduitt-,
td '4167 'students threughti,1 '93
, Msg. ,Eapp. Is the hICD
in charge of the school.
, The chemical supply activity, of
which' Magt.' Paul Koncir Is NCO
in charge,1 aupervises stock. con control,
trol, control, funds and records arid fl flnancial
nancial flnancial inventory ccoun ting.
Some SOO line items are carried.
Col. Joseph T. Escude' is the
IISARCARIB chemiod officers

PANAMA, R. IP

ominican

rusnea, Ke

,
WASHIlsIGTON, Jtme 27 (UPI)
A spokesman' for the Domini Dominican
can Dominican rebel movement claimed to today'Ahe
day'Ahe today'Ahe rebellion to ottst dicta dictas
s dictas 'tor Rafael L. 'frujillo1 is active on
three ,-froots in the t' Dominican
Republic.
The' spokesmen, Alfonso Canto,
denied Trolilio's' claim-from the
Dominican Reptiblic that an in invasion
vasion invasion force attempting to land
had, been- crushed ,in sn' "intorno
of fire." e
Cantor, who claims be wax
named e,delegate co-orditiator of
the,-Dominicen Liberation' ;movement-in
the United States', gave
few lietails at a 4 news conference
regarding thaf1;shthig'.he claim claimed
ed claimed is 'going on.' '
, However, his- rep'ort included:
: ,'4 'plane landed In Constam.
4une 14 "v4th g lead of Demi DemiWhe,i
Whe,i DemiWhe,i offer' holding The
"air field, for hve twors;",want
to' the surrounding Mountains of
the e -central Cerdillere where
they ere still fighting. ?''
; The Dominican Repubilc clalms
that the : nitot ),Itten do Dios
Venttora Sono,' who flew Ithe
bets" int014Ahe ;- nation VMS in
reality an 'agent' of -the governJ
ment who flew them into a traP
panto also-,denied a teport that
4 toe :loader -of -,--the "rebel '44111ove''
ment, Canr:Ironl;holi ..limplez ;to,
va. Domlnican k who Iwott
lieutenant of 'ride! ',Castro dur during,'
ing,' during,' the Cuban revolution,' had'
been killed,
,,,- tante claim;d 31rminet
heard oro clandestine De.
minicen,' radio eariv Friday
morning codling en the
tan government not to .,?.bomis
, cities in the area of the Invasion;
Canto said beadouarters of 41'the
Dominican 1.1beration tfevemeni
are in, Tiatgana, but, sought,
durimg,-the news- Conference, ti
disassociate ,,tbe 'movement' from
Fidel Castro's 26th-of July Move

,'11EXICO :art Jime (CPI)
,,4',-Adoption of oniform divorce
procedure Modest states
was discussed by a committee of
the National Prosecutors Conven.
tion bete.
,
The death Imnalty, juvenile de
linquency and safeguards a,gainst
bribery,were among the ,topics
which resolutions were' expected
to be adopted by the convention.
' ',Discussions on the, divorce Irob Iroblem
lem Iroblem centereCchieLly on the' e emergence
mergence emergence in 4"diferent ,,states, ,at
different ti,,mes,", of ,'"div erne
mills"- which offer quick divorces
either by, mail er' with minimun
residence requirements..,,,,p,,
Chihuahua states is currently in
the ihnelight as source o
"qtfickie" divorces. ''
Prosecutors' from all Mexican
states ore attending' the gether gethering
ing gethering ,

,44ita;..

,
Although 'there appeared to- be
many similarities ,m the ',,, an announced
nounced announced programs of the .'",Iwo
movements, mcluding agrarian, re reform,,
form,, reform,, revision of foreign and
national concessions and tax re reform,
form, reform, there were also oubstantial
differences. ,, ,

form, there were also nubstantial 'Pariah(' reported that the Dti.
differences. .-,, . - minican Foreign Office .ealled in
'1--- ''''-'"- the Diplomatic Corps in ;CIA.
..
' I ..' d rTrujt110, 'without explanation.
Tax Biles Plague , t When the ,' ambassadors- arrived,'
' '', .' ,.- they fotmd that, the -.purpose .. of
itahan Village !.... :. summons was to be intrpdu intrpdueft!
eft! intrpdueft! in,"front of cameras,. to Col.

M'A 0 T lv
Death and taxes may be :a ,-cer-,
tainty; but ,tri 'Aids little ...village
they ire so: complicated yOu could
spend all your life worrying about
both,
, The ',trouble 'that, Marotta'
depends it' adminitratively' 91,1
three ',nearby bigger !Was a--
Fanot.:,Mandolfo .and San Costan Costanzo.,4mce
zo.,4mce Costanzo.,4mce Marotta is a -rich resort
center, three want to keep
their, ichtmk ,of ,:,441, result
therrnre three mayort, Se.
oPs' and 4-0: alas' twolatt officee
Iproblems caused by
multi,administration,' are aroazH
int sorne areat-for example.:
when citizen, wants to ,telophone,
-friend two,: houses:li'down.,-the
street, be .rmist.'plade long-disr
tithe c v.-I'll:linA ::-;Ttesiro,A.-11
,
-To carry a. gut of 'wine', irosi
town,".a perm moat ,pay tax4s on
the, wine in tIVO differOnt, admin administrative
istrative administrative -areas,,,A couple of housei
are faced with -the ymbarrassmg
, situation- of being' partly; unier
(me administration and ,- partly
under '.anot,her:,,,imeaning itwo Sets
of tates....- '
') ;lour eerneterleir" pose qtnother
unique problemi,it person is, su-s'posed
, be ,buried in thirceme
tery'of the,area'where he pat!i, his
taxes., But if be 'diet in a differ different
ent different area, there's a stack of paper paperwork
work paperwork for' "exporting The corpse
back to where it was supposed to
be buried,even it's only 40 yards
, 'This has been ng 'on for SO
years said, one resident,
,"and it 1,robably ivill go on for forever
ever forever just like, death. and taxes"
,

,
Tiujillo Diplomat
Punched In Nose
Ni4l'IY,Fracas
'NEW Nortic. June 2T',,,,-(11PI)---
Tht Vice Consul 'or the 4, Domini Dominican
can Dominican d Republic here was slugged
today by, deromisixatora crowded
around' the tonsulate in Mid Midtown,
town, Midtown, Manhattan, I,
4 ;; spokesman for the corau-,
late said -the', demonstrators in included
cluded included groups both supporting and
protesting the regime of Ge Generalissimo'
neralissimo' Generalissimo' Rafael Lecaddas Tru Trujillo.
jillo. Trujillo. ; 1
'Vice 'consul '4readio Suitana
was puncbedt in' the 'nose as, he
was attempting to leave the IMO'
building on ,,, 6 Avenue which
houses the consulate.k,
: Policedispersed the demonstra demonstrators.'
tors.' demonstrators.'

A 'VIEW 'looking toward 'the north miasma, to, &Alva,
naord-breaking Canal trallie jam. :

,
WASHINGTON, June ''27 (UPI)
The Dominican Republic For,
eign Office mislead.; the ',Dip 10.,
nistio- Corps, into participating .in
a- publicity. stunt last week,. end
the 'United 2, States, ambassador
therel, is UnhaPPY about. it, 2 the
State Department reported to,
Department spokesmen Lincoln
White said U.S. Ambassa d r
, Joseph S.', Farland$ Complained to
the Dominican Foreign ?Minster
about being used in the publici publicity
ty publicity 'scheme.

Nrent-nrit $inIct, 1
';'11410tographs:- were --, taken 'and
-later published 'in newspapers In
the::Caribbean' Countries and tbe
United :

-I SIM tad just'vion fame 'as an
apparent-.4otibli- apyt-', agent' of
the ,'- Dominaeett: ',government -.: dur during'
ing' during' -rthe 'recent" rebel :invasion'!,-ot
',,thei,,,--.TStnalk ; ,;Caribbean. ; country.
7
,.,, The 1:.S.' a bassadori-,.: after dis discoveritle
coveritle discoveritle that he "and' the other
diPlomatt ha .heen ttsed,phi4,,the
publicityv schettlei' r.-"expressed his
keewi-ditsapproVal- 't6' Alta ','-dean '' of
the ',DiplOmatiet-S,Orpectuut thin,
to ".:Jbe,':',Dorninioaw, foreign 'Minister;',.1.-,-,
the' State' Peperttnent ',said:
,i!,,:i.,:,,..?,,:k. -,,',1)140.4?:-!'",,d!i',i4,;,..-.., '4.' , ,.. ',4' t-,
''''l Vatlanct :rompla Died '; that ,l' i..4.-'h
deplomati ha& been put -in a po po'
' po' sition whielt was Subject-, to mis mis:interpretation.
:interpretation. mis:interpretation. gti, :apparetttly was
, concerned -,;-,that '-',4-' publication li' f
the ,pictures,--wonld -lead! the liu liubliot'
bliot' liubliot' to,'helieve the IJnited States
offoitilly, wee laking--, aides ith
,the ', TruJillo.-.. dictatorship against
the lebels.; '-',. ..-. ' '' ,,

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outtlie Ivor

wands

,
SEATTLE (UP,-3eff 'Perry
was a bit taken aback when Fred
K. Po tinder, a Lyndon, Wa,sh.,
dairyman, reined up his Clydes Clydesdale
dale Clydesdale in front, of Perry's motel and
demanded free oats for his horse.
, , 4
Before Perry could pmtest,
Polinder; who had previously reg registered
istered registered at the Motel, produced
the yellowed copy of, a city ordi ordinance
nance ordinance which said,an, 'IlmIkeeper'?
was required to ,upply oats to
horses in Ms keeping.

r Perrel 11101Ith WAS gin 'a open
when Duputy' Sheriff Water R,
Powell sippeared on the scene,:as scene,:astride
tride scene,:astride a palomino quarterhorse.
Tile butt of a pistol protruded
menacingly from Powers bolster.
"rm here in behalf of neglected
-horseflesh," said tile deRuty.
"Bamey,71' the' Clydesdale, got I
pailftd of oats fr011t Perry a few
minutes,,later tv.ohen tbe motel
keeper,discovered the 'Whole thing
was,' gag to ,',advertise a, mild
fund' ball, Barney was, bitched to
an old-fashioned mMt,' wagon.'

"Potter's proPhecy" became reality last night as rim
unpricedented panama Canal traffic, jam ended 15 days
after it began on June 13: ,
Only two' holdovers were registered od Fridatnighl
to lead ,off the parade of 34,,, more ships, arriving far,
yesterday for a total of 36,fiansits'
When the 36th ,vesselintered Gatun Locks, thare waif
not 'even a rowboat Waiting MI either side to pass' thinugh
, e
the Big Ditch. 4",
- ,' So 'ended the historic pile-up; the'. likes of .Whirch-,
has nivel.' been 'seen here in the peacetime history
of the Canal." ,

.
Got. Potter's well-founded pre prediction
diction prediction was, made' Thursday. He
told newsmen by the end of the
weekend the situation would be
hack to normal.. ,
,,It will be.. Enough so that Balboa
Heights could safely announce that
, tomorrow Gahm Locks again will
be reduced to one-lane 'operation,
facilitating start of power conver conversion
sion conversion work on the second lane.
-According to authorities, 27 ships
have been scheduled to' arrive dur during
ing during todays 24-houtreporting period
and 27 ships are scheduled to
mike the transit. ','
The, prediction was, Safe one,
since the Canal reached peak per.,
formance on at least tvid .daya last
,of these ,', days 440'
ocean-going vessele-rnatIS, tbe.triP
iftelthett,
-.,,At "smog paintAho,,,blatoriclam
built up to such preportiens that
28 ocean-going shipsy wart
therad 'here while- -waiting for,
'
The longeat wait recorded was
52 htitirs,, and almost anheard anheardof
of anheardof delay "for transiting ships; Ship Shipping
ping Shipping ,agents said the ,delays cost
$100-,125 per hour for regular ves-,
sell and about $200 per' waiting
for stiper-carriers.
Record-Shattering traffit a d
record arrivals of the monster monstersized
sized monstersized ships wove chief reasons for
, During the 'll-days 'period 36 ves vessels
sels vessels Were tallied among daily ar arrivals,
rivals, arrivals, compared to a twolear
average of 24 to 29 ships reaching
tht Zone each day. ,,
Of the total daily arrivalsylis
man,' Ss eight were super-camers,
ships requiring clear (mostly dur,,
ing daylight ,hours) ',passage
through Gaillard Cut;;','r',
Super-carrier'arrivala were more
than five each,day, nearly ,double
the recordedtaverage.
For nach4uper-carrier schedul:
ed for transit, two normal transits
must,,be deducted from r the -total
the tanal un' accomodate forthat
da. The giant ships not only can-,
not be passed while moving along
the Cut, they must, pass through
the locks alone and require twice
the handling time of ordinary lock
operations.
, Pot some days while' the great
jam was on' ,,the Panama ,Canal
Administration came in for sharp
criticism by shipping authorities.
Experts. had estimated the
'cost shipowners 4 ndllions
' in transit delays "is well as
disruption ',,of schedules sta stalest
lest stalest cargoes at destination ports.
Other criticism centered on
the critical shortage of Canal

pilots; a situation ,brought:
public attention two years ago
But statistics of, the Canal ad.;
ministration indicated it was mostm
ly a situation brought on simply
by an abnormally :high traffic rate
plus the unusually high number of
super-ships. 6 fr
Although' one shipping firm, .;
drace Line. went on record in prom'
test over the,jam, the only official
protest made nubile came from tbe
Merchant Marine institute. of Am ,.:;;
merica, in ccommunication to Un
dersecretary of the Army, Wilbur ,,,,
M.- Bruckeri Board Chairmaw.of
the' Panama Canal' Company,;,
re dati,, there ,bas been's state. Y
meet from; Neshingtok Over 'the ';

CO

lasts Olt lo Cith

Auto Sniesmiln
Jock,Weir Dies

- WASHINGTON A 'ford
uteri Caribbean, 'Air Continent top
dog who runs tbe 'Air Forkibead.
guarters command hereAl, retird
from militar3r life,,te, seek a ;
new career on ecollege campus.'
- Gin.' fleubbh C. Hood -Tr.,
52, hopes ,to become .2 college
mathematicrqnstructor,
leave Washington July 1 for
DurboWe' where he' will
start 'studies leading to a masters
degree in mathematics at -Duke ',,-
Umversity. He earned Ai bachelor'
of science degree in engineering
chemistry from Georgia 'Tech
years ago
Hood, from' Atlanta was honork,'
ed yesterday at en' unpreced
dented Air Force ;review at ,Bol
ling Air; Force, Base here., After
:riearlgasfitagsquwadarso,n, reminoarycehdes;. frpacmtst ::!
,the-retirtne commander. the gen.-,
'the staff, folded,- and presented to
net old naval custoni never,
fore has been involved 'in
Force retirement ceremonies.''
, flood is a collateral descendent 24 t
of Confederate Gen. John B. Hood
of Texas. ,His varied career en.
eompasses combat, military, ;
rdng, engineering, education, add
the role ,of diplomat. : --

Cloaret Striitglir
-Nabbed By' :Agents,:l
,
Ait' no lntis-As
,
,
BIIENOS 'AIRES,' Juni 2?
PI)--Customs agents closed in :On.'
five ''would-he,:' smugglers vat
riming, gun battle- last night -awl
seized 090-thousand d o
worth of, American cigaret:' they
were ',trying to unload from the
clutcli shipt parkhoveiVi:
Two, cuotoms men, sew ;' three !.::'.o
cars?' pull along' side the doeked
ship' with their light oft. When ,r,.A
someone started heaving package
from the stern .cif the ship
the custmns men moved in4 7: ,r;
',The cars; drove ',off, arid in the
ensuing chase bout '20 ,-;shofe;;;;.1
were exchanged, Four occupant :- :.:!
of two CATS were seized buy- the
fifth in the third car got

L, Veteran Panama City'automobile
, salesman' him (Jed) Ross Weir
died yesterday' at 6 p.m. in gorges
I Hospital atter a long illness which
had him In an out of the hospital
several times during the past year,
,, Mr, Weir, an American, who had
been with Smoot and Paredes
as sales manager for many, years,
was 68 yearsold.
Ile entered the hospital tor ea
last time ots May 29. ,

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- ..' ,, ", ,..Vf tion !Tic! 4oro ,yesser enrerea -tiatin Locks there Was f ,.-Y.
aro, ci. row oat:Waiting MI eit, er ,,s, 1, e 'to pas,,s, ,t .roa, g... .,-...::.;:;.
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ubstantial isartand., re' po- rfed-. that ilia Do. n of ,,,,, b ,, ., , 4 h 4d , h,,.,. h ...,.
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,the. historic pite!tip ::thelikes if...w.. hir .h-
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,"Jhe ,;', ambassadors ., artived,' '' .',, ., ,:. .- -' . C ,..-'''
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' .rthn'e.a.ce:2;erditnD1:1:Ted.'1:enw.lithehogglane;'efijii:gb"-thi'bth,e-raiigi.dtua'ti:ohbn:'6". :nili:vov:im it.'(!ti ',,,-.',,,'. '',.. .'4: '-''':. '.- ''''.. 41'. 'I. ::::::-..-..;::-..... Vtilee4n't:suarn:;146b:':".8: '' ;11-';'"t71..."1)- '.e"t' --in-''t..r'',9--..!17 "-.':f-Gost. Potter's well-foimded pre- pliots4.
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Death. and taxes m,ay.- be ', a ,-Cer, '..,;-Phottigrapha-... were --, taken 'and
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told neWsmen 'by the' end of the But statistics of, the Canal; ad.,-,-,,,,,
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nits little : village 'Iateryuublished.in zewspapers in
'-
weekend the' situation : would', be ministr.ation indicated it Wair111011to,-':,;,4
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the ... rib an, ountr es
again wgi steuspet rov-sehirpths.,0,.64, afrm,,.th. -.9-..0til'..-y.- 0'-fti..'ip'..c,.1..2:-.,1Ni..,..,,,,,,,,:
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th r so eompllcated yOu could ,., ,,
.. ey a e . bac to norma :-- : :
1 -:, ly a situation brought:on simply ',L4
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:'t' -' tei:gfitnatiitk iiMnliiaaiMie0,ni:ii:;:::ii:1 ',3 4 ''''ink ed is: going on. ,.,-,- - '...' '' United States, -,',',''.-,.-''',. :- r'-,."- -,,,It ill bc, Enou h iiii that Balboa b itn abnormally high -traffic rate :' !'--!;
d all your life worrying "'boa, . . w g y
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Id safely annoluice that pius the .unusually high number:of .,-,::i.
Ihrielomrdg iri'firromme .;.;'. 4
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se :,,Ittiii,-14. 'Wlth 1 load of 'Dent.: (i' 113-
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1 three ,,,liearuY-',.:, vkltget-','- ns a'"' ; Y -- faclinatmg start ,of power conve ,,, i
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, th. ,,, . ur he rediteed to one-lane ,-:',operationr, p.6;;r:rAloateethestoLutnignhaed" evienornuebtli'one' time from ,oet 1,,,,,,..,
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''' 0 DEDICATES SEAWAY ---,,- Queen Ellzaheth'.11 Speakt at'. he ceremo y e g the -k,'.-tentrallterdillere. where
center ,-'411","1three ., want .,-,:, to i,,,:.keep :I, ,w--:,..--.-t',-, ,,-, ,., ... ,
to. Arnett: Marottia" is a- ,rich Tes sioAnc-cWoorrdkinogntothaeustheoricontied gla, .27ne.obi'p::-8,
' .-- --, E. LaWted108 'Seaway. at Montreal, : cainada,,IFriday, whit . .. .,
-- e President --.12senhower, looks,' on.,--..-11.. : .
T thef':oll' still fighting.' '?.;'! -''. I l- Iiunit'Of-, t' As' it : result ,'' ,, The U-S--ra hissador, -after-Altstate.'
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menca, m ccommunication to Un ,...,- .'"
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dersecretary of ,the-,Army-:,Wilbur tz".-,
''' -.- : the, center -background .15.. 913. Secretart-of State Christian, A.-Herter.... f.. . .. :', ..--- .- !'..--;-. -- ;Thti'Dominican, Reponlie claims therOarit .three niayort,:. Imo- bish!. cov ring- .
d 27 ships are selsednled 'to
hate been scheduled to arrive dor,
ent'itro;n2,..,WaSuoi,"-gton-, Over the' !:' 4.,
thot Abe pilot..:,Inan -..: de ,Dlo. ii.. onthelr,' ld :. : 1 g:,,,,,1 bt'wo.
ea. -Brucker ,. Boa ,- : ': .-'
.,, ,. i, rd Chairman!, of i....:4-,
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' ' ' '' ''' ' -'"' ' ts n ''th 4e; -,, Ths' las spro"bteamn ,",eansett by-..,4111S publicityklicheitie,',.,-expres,, tied his mass-lae- allel''., Jr ''1".. the' Panama ,Canal'Company,,,4,-....,.. ,t..i.
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'''''' ro- ''''l ''- '' I .; ''' ''' ' '''' ICI. ';'''''''''' ;-''''''''it's'''' '': ':;4 '''' ' '' ' ''' '' '' '''' 1 lit ' '' t-' t 'the goitern 111111 administratt" la the
.:-, ate .: .sinat. keen,idiaapproval:- td--the, dean of ,:,,,Frne.,,,;Prd et'On 1,11a4L 44',Stie Ile'- ,' 10 dater 'there, has- beenio, .,
terht:'''eti:Allitlil'' :3- ...'21';''''...;-11
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rh fi' legWentbett lute it trait- 111dle'n It's,c1tItizeen!r'tevaatiat,Ielfgli:tne
,, ,.,,, :... ,... , ,. ,. :. ,a,: panto also,denied a leport: that st :friend two,,,Aouses,N, down,lbe ter, the StatO Departm sa 44 n' i. 4: ,tnotsecto fel; air p
:'... '.; rea era 1 :Aviation ,...m.g.en. (y.i-,..,:r..o. poses::: co-,,. roun. t0.,,b,!..D.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.6.o,,,,,,,i,,,,e, ,e,,en,,r,..for;,,igne,,,,,,,,,,,,itnaina,.,.:,,,,,iecrik,hnit.:ean-ea:.. ,:ae. he:: ,,,:k; De, ,,,,. .,),.
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i k .15 "-:Irarlandt-'.complailied':that,14h ittelther,t1 e 4 k -- .--..-1 ..,-1-.
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g e...,.. ya.. a-I-DomtnieRn k who 12v- as .,. a 111114.1mo 4 ,?; ,3,........ ;,,,,..,..,:: .1:, ,.,,,A.,,,.. deplomats bad been oil. t in a po-, . pa .8bac. ,. .......... ,, ,,, .. I ...,I.I.,..., .,,
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l''''',,--4' --- -, ', .. P5,1, ... .. : :- .- .- ,-,--,". ....,- .-,,'.'..s, . ..1, ,lieutenant ti e .,, as e :..., ... .. ... ..
1,):,-,i,-1t.,'-7,;.,-,.. ., : ,: ,-' -' -..,' ,-,..- -. --- ,.- ,-- - '':""' '';:' ''',-..'5';':',,-(..,-". -,''''' "' '' .".1')' '''.'''-,:"', n'' '' 4': '':. -ing:' the Cuban. revolution; ., had pparehtly was 28 otos g
e- oing sht ,,..wert an anPs
Ps anPs Re be C-1 --
u n t, cc r 'A'--,
pay, tax4s en interpretation- -..,Ile,,O
''' ' t ..Fid 1 C w du!' To' 'carry 7a int of 'Ivine,;:erbst. SitiOlk Whidt Wag ',.fillbJeCf,. to -nus- built' un to such prepertinne A
testre,.. a perm; moat
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'4 .'''''.'. ''''''''' .:' ''''''''' .'''''': ''' cfr- ''-'' i. '''' '' ' '' 'n'f',:.,5 is.."ye''rloid.,,'ea'Ptain;,; 4rashed;m -.: siierat.; goiernment-4""tiviation -;Of- teen ;,killed.----. ,: ''', ,-- --;':' .'-',','' ';-' .4, to
.::''' ''')''' HING'rON; ititieT-, -27. .(UPI)
-,-,-- WAS
i li 1 tatitos latMlit 'Shnliiii 'Melia "'6"-w-e- ,' '''We --4-
ht t different' adniin nonnerne ",.-that,',4;" publication ',:. ,t ';', therad aro while ...,. .,:, ...,h........,-: .1 ...-2., ,..-,....,..,;.,,,:, ,-.., :..,
ses e
''s 4 1 A ti Agency an- New York's, East River last peb., ficials .- voiced ...concern ,-.oger e ,,',,,,, .c
-i' 7,.,.'" .: ; ': The' Federa via on.
d .- I d I D : lstrative greai., A
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Blilst Olt I C ... .''''. .l.'"."'
,,:-,:; ntlisted,:. plans, : today -: to -, .gr,oim ,,,,, ;,, ,g
d 3 killin "6.5,'' ''''' '.'-" '''''. ,,- ':;.,..:',,, ability .-ef -,older;pilote ..- to ;handle': :NAL hoer ron ii .c en est no' OA bile' t '' believe' the United States The' longed' wait:. 'recorded :was t. (1 pmntle
cotiPle tii boil. 'th picturevwmild lead-. the'- 'go- '-. tiittisit:' '' -; -," :" ::' 'u' -", .'.' -
are.:.facet With' -the yobitrraas-og o. . . ,,,
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Y , gni es.- dog Who, runs the 'Air For
''' ---e lin ilets. over 60 y r ,
; i'.: au. ir-,..e.p Ci 11-1 ti ': Bb.rd ''' 4 1' ': -''', i, ''''' minIcatt" ra
ears old ,,- The,-, v :: eronau es: .- a ., ., ....,. , : .. ..,... .. : ..
die ,-,' eariv -., ." Friday'
situation', :,
".:of -being; partly ,'un ter offttialir. WAS saki g 52 hO ,, ii. ship- WASHI GTO IT,,Pf '
limits ha's- -not -issued: its findmgs- on. the .new,'Ili,h... p
rshl -- ainst
erformance jetliners.: ,mornint telling en flit Dentini .,' adtnibistretten -and' ,.-.'intetly ,the 7', Trutillo.-,,.dictato p ag of. delatf
or transiting s ips. ,". 1.NT ItT- .......A for. .:-,..:.
n ,,,,,, sides .-- oth urs -and -,.- almost -unheard- '''. ,,,,,',..;:l.,:. ,!111, ,,,Ill. :, V 1 Ja,, ,,,.o:!"...4:,
I i'. .. and to' impose drastic ,age
' pointed- --The.--:, airlines -,' have ,. ;favored a ....taw gevernmentI not' to 0:,,bera tit d 1 'cost -met,. Canhhea .'Air Continent t '''
h,'" vile - r ' th b Is- '. ' ."' .,-- 1 g 'agents said a e aYs 11, ,:.
-'---- ''. valpilotaollowed'io command .j ..
ei., accident,-hut-:,- testimony -:
d -. nether '-' meaning Iwo seta a.,re e ., - ; ... ,,, ,,,
' ill'''''''.'
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: .,..,. powered''aircraf ,..,. ,....,.
- to a, a y .0r, m s-rea ..
of the Initaslett., .. ..... ,..: ,- ...-.. ,, ( -, .,--- ,. -'- '.1,, r .v
100425 per hour for re a hes ''
f ult i d new type mandatory': retirement -ego.of 00. .,..citles In the area of, fates ... . $ ung quarters command' here la r fir.
ed of, altimeter .'faltitude.4-measuring ...-l'heir,,,,,medical;,-chreetors say,- a Canto said,: ,. ..
leadonarterttof I'the -"' , ter le "''''' "; ' '' -' ' ''
, ').-; Pour ecnieterles pose ono. r ....
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' :'','. t''. The '.".11'AA',":,;- said Its -. -Pr0P08 ,- .- -- -- :,- ..- mari-60, :or older'is zniore'prone. to. Dominican' Liberation MOvemen ; hi m-- ,A, person .1s:owl. liaslu Lail Deman s ,,.. ., , 'nit, from military life,,te, seek, A; -".4
for to1Per-carriers... --. --,, --, ,
unique-, pro e . a.
' '' - I air .reg- device),. :- .. 2. ...., .., ..,
i -',;:: -sweeping ',rev mon ef ervil
- r
... 1 ti ns -was intended !to:increase .. .,
. ,,-..'-, u a o 'The' age of the 'dead :captain he,. Sudden," incapacitation :
, from :Judi are in .traikana,... but :.'', he:--, soucht - d sell -And About $200. er rf , , "2 f .'

things. at heart: attacks- ,-,,I, i, dtning -the newt --eonferace,l, ti ,, , ,
f - posed lo be ,buried ni me- come.. , ,,. .. ; :, ,,,,----,---7- 7,--, BecOrd-ehattering ', tra ,mc a, n d eell.,wee,;aeratvetrmeo:vvn:caeasillineo4wgettogeenreIcaubmtrepluvalisti. rs:.:-.,:..,'...:;
'' '' pilot :proficiency-, hi', the 'deinand came an issue, howevere when, I .. ,
, ing jet ego and to assure greater ,, dleasstirciat ,,t1w--movement from, teri 01
u 'diet in a differ- F Oilsileal
Durban:4.Y
record arrivals of the monster- ,'ea2 Lim. :It 0 C. Hood Jr., ,,,,,
ono tor ", ooPes to become :a college ..."
tae, area ,where he Pitt'1, Ina ree
taxes., But if re , .. 1 ,, ,,,
chief Tee! mathematiceinstruct '
...,;- safetY -for the Puh-f-' .''-'", - ', ,, :- , r ' t ' .' ','-: ---';',' Fidel Castro's 26th-of sjuly' Move Move1,
1, Move1, , ; , ,, .2.;,-, : rg' '';, -'':'-' 'tit-' iv - I sized ships were
'' ''' ,The FAA said it mtends tot: ,,, rn I
'' 'A vCh m- teal Co- st ghts- '''" Pcgtier the eerPee FOrliorte Guest' es esHe
He esHe earned 'it bachelor.'
...,;, Ground, all eommercial -Pilots rtn, ., , p.,, wenort kareara thearea 's a stack of paper- ,, ,,
d to ng daily er eras
as eras Were tallied amo start,atudies d
', .5'.' who har reached thier 60th-birth- ..,,.,, .. ,, :,,,,:;4;,',:;r ....,,f ,' t'''.,' ", ''' '.. 4 ---.': j '- ' "; .:: If 4 De e
- ,-,- i i vi,, ,,,i ,-,.,.,.- :,,- ,,, ., ,. ,, , ,, back to where it was supp:se
..,; day. be buried, even it's zellI 4
f exiccn vorc v, ,,,..- ,,,,,,I tor' 'N''e hing ele0ea le mathematics at -Duke 2
Yards ' : Y; -, ,''' rsiYals, compared to a twolear ,. lea ing to a, masters ,, ',4
. ,., t ..- ; ., th, eDursimni the '11.days 'period 36 v
' SEATTLE (UP1,),'--3eff 'PerrY average of 24 to 29 ships Mac., University;
'' -.Man. ell pilots 55 or o -,
' ' '. ' ''. '''' 'Mei' 41 Birt ay'. an' le-ss''Toda'y'''' "This hes i.va 6.--eg cm -- was a bit taken aback when Fred th, Zone each day. ,,, -- ' of science degree in engineerin .'"
'-'' fr mandin Jets unless , .,. ,,, ,,, , , ,,,. .,. , ,.. I, ..
years now,' said, one resident,
I s,
' Wn "In g '': 1 '7 L : -. '., '' ( .1:;.-1 ','.,,,H ..'. .' .- :' 4 ' '''' ' ; -' :. es; ' ' ' s'( : Law 0 d,
r itturr6 ''
ddilire in front, of perry's, motel and ships requiring clear (mostly dur- Hood, ,froin- Atlanta was bonen i';
years ago.), ,-- ,. ",- ,.:,,. '',''';'.
chemistry f:rom Georgia Tech 31 -',..
..,,,,,, they ,- already:- had qualified on , , , K Polinder a Lyndon, Wash., .,, Of the total daily, arrivalsr as
ibefore reaching 55, ,, , ,,..7,.,,,, ;,..,, L......77,,,,.7......, , ,,,, ; ,, ,.. ,,,,.).,,,,, . ,..
' '''. such P.Suesb f th der goes ' an, ';ein'ed uP his Clydes- many as eight were supercamers,
s- or qualify e ore e or The . rmy em c ,
V 11'. 'A ' Ch I 'al Corps mIcal Section advisei A plaur and Eli- i
d minded tree oats for his horse. .ng daylight hours) ',Pas 1 a g e ed yesterday et an'', unpr '-','
- -r'-, into effect '... :''''' :- :':.', li.,,,-,.; eelebrates its itst anniversary. to- makes recomibendationt on :: a. I ' te"vsersd,it?urstubliskholldeawilthi and ustaxefsc,r.,
eced ,
,-.... ; ',FAA' slid It Would'I give Inter- Gaill rd Cut.,,, , dented Ate Force :review at ,Bol .,
matters ,pertaming to CBR tram- : ,, ...., ,.....,) , . Before perry cold pm s , Baper-carrier arrive S were m ng Force,. Base here.- After ',',1
Up.' on intering World War 1 in ing, wiih-cBARCABIR. Among- its' 1 -,-mEXIco tin, June nt turi
' ' 1 1 UUrlig Cini" 611'110"li '-''" "'" ''': e , hi h ,, ,,,t, .,
!: ,'''. ested parties a chance to Me
Polinder; who had previously reg- than five eackday, nearly,double the last squadron marches' past ...,,i
' '' Trujillo Diplomat ,, ,- a t'e t! roog- a i ore ii Air.
p- tt1-16 Niliie
reeorded,average. ',, , i.. the-retiring( commander. the tend-
April', of... 1917,, the United States funtions,'-' the ,,, Chemical Section ....',-Adoptiert of uniform divoMe it rsom A
nenner,,,, a c
' comnient before putting the age
hemical --Warfare offers technical assistance. 'to, the' Procedure, ht all Mextealt mee ,s,s s 11, ,, , istered at the' Motel, produced the
s '''' N''"''''Y Is '' the- yellinved copy of, a city ordi
For bitch:super-carrier schedul- eraPs flag was ,, retnoved :, front : ',1
'4:,'''''r limits into effect-'This undoubted-- hall
protective.- pro? commanding general i, and 2 his was discussed by a committee -, of I ,A11,., imovoPme
iLlua a ce which saidan, ',Innkeeper d t transit two normal transcaints... ttohreosthaffas, fobledend,, itintivdolvperdese,:tedAirto ,'.::.
hue moving gong Force retirement ceremonies ' ',. -,
-,,,,. ly,,:will include the Airline,Piloits organization,-,nor
12. lit 1171 W di 1 13 11 e or
,1:2 ASSn,, (ALPA) : -which ,vigorous y Vistions for dealing -with gas-wart stafi, conducts :unit training inS4' the National P, rosecutors ,Conve,
'NEW-1'011K; june 2T,.,41PI)-- was required to upply oats to must, be deducted from the -total him. ' ': ,-:- ,.., ,.., ,,
''' opposes, imposinvage limita On fa etq.On ,. Jime 28,, 1918, variou pections and exercises, and is-. tion here. '. ''
th C 'nal un' accomodate forthat The' old naval eustont, never; bed ...:,!1
' lai plots ,,., ', .-, agencies were ". combined into the sues," maintains and repahl sap- The death lienalty, Inv' enile ''de 'Thc -Vice' Consu, I 'or the Dom- ini horaes in his ," lreep, lug. , e a
-. ,L oommerc 1 -. i :, uards against can d Republic here w g ; .,... day. 'rhe gi
t: .,, ..; , ,:.. 1 ,, ChemicalWarfare, .,, lz,.. ,. ,,,,
Service Nation. plies,',, ,-,.,1 , ,, --, .. linquency and safeg
'' -' ''.'" '''''' : bribery:were among the, topics on today b d
y, emonsixators, c ,,
, An' eitimated 250 of the bation's al ArMY ::, ,; ,.! :' ,r,'''':-.; ;'. ','.."' 'Ille sectin 'also has -operation- ' t -consulate' in Mid- when Duputy S
which ', resolutions were' expected around he
as sirouwareedd ,, r- erry, s ,Itiou tn wa 1. sam
' heriff Water R. "e'
as the Cut, 'they mus.,P
ssed Iv t ass through Hood is a collateral deacen'dent' .''' ',I
. tive airline pilots are be e ..
, 4,000 -ae The-new service was iharged -, chendcal supply, lines and, :pro0 to be adopted by tbe.convention. town, Manhattan, ,.. .,, Powell i red on the scene
, t oil.. 1..t,o elowids slid rarm
- irp twice of Confederate C.Pn 1,... '1, Ty-- .,
'' ,' tween:15, and, 60; About 20 are 60 e ,
...til,k .111 10mhannawkihnitiat 1 'palatine t' vidor lite14.44....1, ....v.-J. ....., .. :.operi t be pa ant ships not only

eompasses combat, military, 021,1 ;i
---- ----- "--- "-"b"" i'utu"?", .4"1; '1U"k".' 1:.; Di,IMAA3i0AS. on the, divorce 1, , A spo ,, lock , ea er en- ,-'!--
' kesman. for.- me, cora,u, tride a .,,palomiatt; nuarternorse. 4',,,, AV"a ''''"'; '"'.. '.":'..... -- of Texas. His 'varied re-
;'w,' or older.a Hawever;' at...least half
: to? research, LIcievelopment, test-, nistrative supervision lir the Che. lent eentereUchieflt on ,' thc,',e- late 'said -the', demon
operations .,.,..-
orators .. in- The :butt -' of L; a ,, pistol protruded the
nd enacingly front' Powet's holster. '''th i,
.t Illeg. engineering, education, rld :',
' '''' of -a 55-60., ager-r,; group',? already
A Ina, nd procurement ,Of ''.., male mial Corps', :Tropic, Test, Activi-, mergence in !!,diferent LLJ, states,Lat cluded groups both supporting a m
' h in beh 11 of i ted ,'' Pot some, days. while e gre
neg ec handling lime of Lor, di, nary,. , ,,
the ,role of di lo t 1- ': 4.1 :
'''''''' e ' f 1 t irliners eau -' It - ,'' 'I' rt. field' I tion s Of the ? of 4'di r testing' the '---,'regime of L.Ge 4 "I m ere a,
';', l';'. ., bas qualified or e a ..7s, , gases and gas. defense opp la y, a organ za , different times,,,, v e c e Pro jam -was on',,,the ,Panama -Canal , ,,, ,, ,P Mat .., ..0. ,,.,,,,.....
, v. would mot be',affeeted,.T ,....-', .. : cos,- the, filling Of LOst munitons i Dugway Proving Ground,,Dugway, milia!,,eibich,, offer quick- divorces neralissimo It f 1 d it Tru horseflesh ". said 'tiler dePtitY 'i v in for sharp i-,,,....---,.-..,: -?-1". ..,
a ae a ." ' ,i Administra ion came- .
,:- ,,s''' :. --,,Iii ,.:'.. ''''.. .'',.. r i'' 4' ',..',. ..' ' ": '2' '..... aii Abemical ,,,, warfare t'lrioinitig, :: Iltah.i., ,,!.,,-.,n-!,..,..",,,(?,., 'y L,..,.,,,,., ,,,!. 7,,,,,,.... eitbei br, man. et.fwit,b minim, tia, jai i st ,,
'''' .' .' ' 1'' '. 1 'b hring authorities.
critic sm y s ,, , ..
f
: '' ':: 'i n ',Time ;", the Clydeadale,' got a L the :' ..giparet Smagglert:',,:,
,,,,,, 'The FAA, did not et p
o with4ee no
- end the formulatiort ,of :doctrl .
''14. -,-,",? :lriee consul Areadio San a a Y
;The Radiological, Control' Center residence requirements.",,, L L ' Experts, ha estimated
d. that. it ..,
',..,'''',.. : Ilmits,, 4 ielet.t. 'enee.tme. ,, ,. . ,governing the, amPlOyMeet LF.T... tly In as wiled, ,nose
:Chihuahtla states is outre,n W Plt in'the s he Paint el eats teem PerrY a few 1 hi r rs 'Mill101111 '
AM -,COM s powne ,
, fRADC) is an element which
t le v the BEG minutes ,' later-L. t, when ', the ',motel -, a e
N bb d B A ' '''''
',),-,;.: viRk!, .,t- '' :,.;,,.. ',1:7, 4 ,.", i, ',:, toxic; agents-, 1L':'-? -:1''',.' !: '' ''' cr t If 11 t fr e the. limelight .,:., as it, source 'L".. o f was attempting o A A : gen
': in transit delays as well 'as , ,. ,.. ,, ,. V. . ts
L.,' ,t ,: .. ,,.;,,; i.,; ..o''.:,':". .'. ,:,,.. ...,.,,,- : ., -. ', 1 1.,,,warf servici. pre lc s a ou LL om, nemy nu- keeper,discovered the ,'Wholti thiric , s. t dules and-, A -4- se ,
A" '''.6"--'''''.
,, .., :, Thi' Chem ea are clear attacks ?and coordinates': re- (1 e
" iii kie" divorces 'L ; ' ,, '..:' :building onI 6 ,,' Avenue. which d rti ila -, dtsrupuon ,01 eche
.
- ,, WAS ,., gag to ,s,a ye se a, m r nolOhn's ires::)-',''''
,- --, Require PAAappraireii train;i d neat breach'. of' is '" Prosecutors' from all liexican houses the ,considate.k. : '''
7'' 41' ', was-ma e. aperrn a diological ,surverys.,'RADC the I d b 11 B L: -bit hed to tinatioarrts. ti
lost cargoes at des , , ,. ,,,,.y..,.,
, g' programa for all, flight, erew :
' '''' In- - b bdi b the ...,.tregular :. army 7 in, 1920-and ll ed the demonstra- On a atmey. was, e
..,Police sPere Other criticism c tentere .on ''; BVENOS 'AIRES,' 'Juni gy :.,
,,, Inembers,,,HVIth t a a nes su focal' pi:vint, for ,. radiologidal ''''!'111" states exe attending' .,tii:111' gether : .,. .,, 1 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.. ,,, .i. , ., ,........ ,1, in: old-fashioned -.milk,' wagon.' : th critical shortlige of Canal
warl'redesignated the .. Chemical, - . big ?t,, ,,,,, ,L, ; tors. : L. L , .----.. e PI)---Customs agents lo ed h) '
!,,,, .,:: 'flitting' their WA programs for. re , -, rformation. ', -me enemicai ulcer , , ,
, C 3 pl. ..:
..' ., , . .. ., f,. ,,, ,,.,, .,.,. hLZt40i,,L ' '': -'- r' ' five would-he'.;' smugglers ,.'n ...L.I'a
,-, i,,- k;OrPt in' ' '' ' OS specie eta teer sons .1 ,L A., .7 f. 1. ,'. ,,
;i4 .:! .. view- and approval....?,,' .,,,..., s , Thp rni-ti, baa been tile, MI g
''. I : ...' -ei,'-; ?,,, 4'.::-.-- ',;,.r.!.'.1:".., ''',.- "- "- ., , ,, f , ,,- '. , .,-,: ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, ..,,v,...,,,,i,,,,,,, ru.rming gun battle- last night 1
---' -- -- --- -- -- - lain- hit '' fo th pettier ', of '' ' '''' ' '" '' '' : ; !,,,:,,, ,c,;,,x,' -,,,,,,,o,,40.,,',,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,kee4e",44m,,;!,??4,;,-,:,!,;exP;.,?,?,,,,,,y,"?,,',,,,?,i:ie,m,m,,,,m,,?,?..wmgeo.,ttm,.:,,mm,!:,.ft,,;:,,,-,0,;,a , all, s,
'; 1 ' 1 II, II t i
,. a'. .. :. ,--Requ re ,, a tri-p o s e d deve
quit. force.in the, research. an ,
, se ity,,,, r 'i e :, p on, ,,,,o.,,,AA,,zo;,:,,c..,k-,,,w,:o5:o,,,r,,-,,,,,,,,,y,,,,m,:,;,,,:,,i:i!:r,,,,Trr:,rf,,::.,,,,.,;,:m,:,,,.,i,,to:i,':,,,.:::,:,,,,x,:,.,, ,-,,i,,,m:,A:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i:,,,,x0v:,:::40:wy,,i,m,,x,,,,,inv,,Tc:,.,,,,,:,,,,?i,,,,i:i,;,may:,!g:,,i seine 690-thounann , d n I, n n
fallout 'reaultipt. front; ellemI Use i',,,, i',',i'''',a'iL'imi'qM4411!'::.,:,;,Ia,:i.'M,'M',,.,:!':;',4,:',n4AM,I',.,,,i'Miii:',1:,?.'iMm6::::,i,;-,i,N,,,.:,,,,,.,,,ft,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,i,,,,i,,,.,.,..,.,,...,,. ,i ,....,....,,,.... ........ .. ..
I pment ''of :chemical.- -biologi e al, .,,,,", ,,,1 , s ,,:.!,,,.,,.,,,.,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I,,,,,s,,,,,. ... ...
Li '-...?i VIA: nn.-avorli tuna nf sirprAft in 0

:AlY un 'c v cl Vol .,01, 111"1-411, n! I I Ot ,j3 nuclear vitsinortg.

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:.;:i.,,,, ,.: tent ',-,::regulations, require:: cepilots fr a ::. infancy t,:, :0,- of. 73 o x 1 c ,,; ',41t USARCARIB:. kid on line :-.:-:.'-:-- -!.:',::NiApei'-,',N1Wii,,:,,:-,-i:i.,::.V,:i-,:-;::';T:?.i,::,:;Niiii'...i,ii.RWMta.,44rMii;iiM:':iif,W,00,'aM:i'iiiMi.40:,i:'WMaiMi0;',4.::-aiMa4g,V".1,0!"..,,,,,,.M.'4:1:i.ige.i,4MO'NX:ta',,,.::;;I. -defeii:::,ehipt;karkhove,, !,..-, 77, '.."-'7,.. '''''..,
ts etablished ;by ,,,,, the'. CHEM:1CA, ,:::,- :: .':'.0','Attig,;,q,X,4:0,';''',: :1,'-',.:::':;''!V'',&;';:.::OW:Mig:ZOMMU,P.M,,IN:ii;',NNAglia;;'0:::4q'':',;0',:'af,.,"VigtE,:,-',M0:t.7104'.9'::2;i',i6;'1.A4'.4'",' ,,,., Two, ettfol'ele 9. ':'1, .. '''''th '.'" 1 '.'",:',':
, ;,' r, toHpass ,,,t ,, test ,on "-WY': One :tYPe garesand 4as,.defetite topliances
of wrnteettee OFFICER RAC plant i u r v y s ; ;''s ::'''',.:M-,?..iW,M''if,':,'-:',.:'",:,;;:i,:i;,,::i'!M::;.:-;.,,W,HM,i'.;4....M.'eN'4MN.a'Oi'Mtegga:CHM,.g,Ri',',0i',?,;:',:ii,6:,i,,.,,,,'Oik:.:,,,,;::,;i:;:,.,,:::,',',11;;:&::.,,,sx.,,,w5s,:l, :,:, ,.!,,,, mTt, Ilw i reel .,,,,
' ''.' -.; of plane' 'itubsequently; they'may 0 e ev 0
t th ,d elo meat, ,-,,-- 7 .,, ., ; : ....:.-,,,,,.-:,,,.i,i,,,,:,-,,.i,,,,,...::::.:,i,,i,::,,,,m,,-0.,A:,::ii:i5i,:mil.m:,:i::;,m!",,N:ig,,,.,::::m.i!i,,;:::,,2'0,10.',,qi:::.iwigni!:i,,o,:,m.m:,,,,ii!:,,:,,,,,;,..mmimmimi...,;,aili,,,,i,:i.,:,,,,,,,.Q,Km,,::::-::::,-,,p.,;..-:w:?i.,:ft:,i,,,,,:l ears .: pun along', sloe the aoeked ,;., ,,
',' ',,' :,,,-fly i in '.' other equipment .wi u
ao t measurer: against the itNiT g e tri e, Processes Rea- evamatee ga mom. : :----, --,..4,:,.,-..,,,i,?!,;,,,k.,,,,,.,,,,,,...k.,,:-,,,,;0,,,,,:',..,..',::,:N:,:ii,!:il-,iii-f,wii:i.,..-Mi:i',..iiimi,m,,ii,mimmoi-,,:ii,.:,'.:::ii:...,,,'''',,ii!i:',0,!::,iiiii:::i'J::xi::::,!,.'imii'i9.-,:',:,;v::;,,-,...'-,,-:',-,,,:-::::--,,:.:::::.:::,, shin wit!) their lightt oft,, When r: :,,
''' ''" ':' fying '' r : '' -. - power of nuclear devices;4,, :4'4,,,,,,,:,, Wring: ,aad ,, aurvey vdati, 1! mein-, ,' .:,:,::,?:,,,::.,:-,::-::::-::,:::,-,,-..,1,- .:. j.:-.77-7,,;:!:4:::iW.::'f,',,,3,:,:i:,;:::',,,:.,J, '...,:,':i. i::::;.::::,,::.4,,:?!.,.:?.?i:i;:::::::::i::::!'n:i:',:.i,K '...7,:,:i?..,,:f:::M:!':;:::Ai::X:!:,.::::$4,0bst,....,9)0',P4i0-''''-' -' '
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1 '1 ' map, -and d steminatee r n
' ';:',-'-,:.'-',':'-'':The 'pllote. onforChat been 'oe- Warfare Seetion at ',Mat Y Gen, 1 e cur e .,,, ", :,,,:,':,,,-:'. :: '':,:
..::-,k5:?,:,:,-:i : -,, from the 'stere cif :,, :the ,7.:, ship :.:
1 I.
', the customs men :moved in:,"::;:. y 1 -,..-,,
:l'i:4'. '''' Mending' 'sun a ,co-pilot Itlealifiee..' Willlam'',T.,,,(: Sibert. -, :mast- :,,' 0 a n, anC future eontamination ',chtrts .,';.
,,,.,,,,.,,,,..-"''''''""' ,,,,,,,,,,--
. ''. tion rule for, tb6i. last,,five' years,' Marshall, Stubbs' heads :: the ,.... pr
, e- at required; v :: i -4 ,''.- ,..
,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--: n.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,- ':..The care; drove Off, and in tbs.:. :, ;
''''';'.7:..',. But Its .! inclusion''.., in, revised, -air Th USARdAltilt Cliit S heel
tent, ChemicaLyeorps. .71', ,. ,, ,. ., : c .' '.
,..,;,,-., ''''''"",,1 ensuing chase ):. bout "20 -:;shots ;:..:,:.
: ,,, : regulationt will not,soften the:age -,:, Between, the ''. two ', world ,
'' wars, '',afferi: two-week colirsesJor: on- ,. -0.,.,...--,,,----------'','",;'-:-'107:7!","!."'",,,..,, r- were exchanged, Four occupants :,...,!.
es for -'
;,',',, ''; :limit: blow,,,,,L?. -.,,,,,, ;!,,,,,,k,,,,:::--,-,,,,,,,,, ,,::, efforts were:. devoted primarily to. listed 'nen, one-week cours ,, --,:,,,x.,,::.&,::i;,gt:::,,::::.:,:, ,:.:-,::':',:,,.,,,:!.,,J::i,,,,..,..0,:::i;:,;,:::,i,:::::::,,,:-:,w..,-::::.......,..,.,-,,. of twe cars were seized buy: : the ',';,;v
, fifth in the third car got away..L.''Y -t',,:il
'::':.:7.',,',..; A ,,tationwide eontreverty, 'ever 'researeh,Y work :Oticl,',' the,.etmer-et. officert ,i.:artd -, throe-day.,4flamti: ; ;',.,,.:?.....:''::',:::''', P !::"..'''''''':-....i,:F,:,:::,ii 4,1,' ':":i::,,::''':ii,:.:i::',i3O5.,?:,:i:,:i.?:::::,,:g:::,i:??::,:,::i:, ,.,..,:.: : ..,..
''..:4 :. the, so-called ':tgpilot age 'problem"' sion,,,of ebernieal ,training :,,in the ', ,thrower: courses.; ,Thorc,are,4 ap-f,; -, ''-:,--z':,:-:::,,:,i:,,,::- : ,,;,,,,,,,..,: rz.,,-.0w,-,-,1t ::4.:,,,,.,:;,:,;,:,,:,z;.:::i:':::,::. :.',',:,-,,::,,,,::::::;.::,,,::::a-,:,,,:.:,::10, :::,:::::::.,,,,,,::,,,,:,H., : ...;,':,-,,,,,,::1,i:',:,:::
:'-, ,'i..',.. :,' was generated .': earlier ::':'this "'year Army,:: During;, World Wail' :Jt li: proximately -20 :student, in toach,,
,
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,, Veteran Panama City automobile t'"
, 1 'salesman 'Joint Oath) Ross -.Weir :". :1,
' died yesterday: at 6 p.m. in Gorge -.::: ,,
, :Hospital after a long illness which -:
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1 ,,, 'avers' times during the past year. .1
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,', been with Smoot and ,,-: Paredes' r' ..
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i DIVORCE AND MARRIAGE
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2;i' In spite of the fact that divorce like the specter of an uirt0
,A
'', t 41 lscarecrow keeps looming bigger and bigger over the horizon of
!,! e our civic 'ae tringing about ruptured livem:broken homes. Wit
',i1. Wallies and threatening the ruin of society, it seems that we
4' Can take heart by looking over the horizon' on the opposite side.
,.1, zumost daily we can see in- the newspapers Pictures of the
'ff.... loveliest girls with hearty. cheery smiles and' broad triumphant
1
:.!L grins evidencing their glee over the fact, of their engagement
:,' i r to betrothal. Girls in thei bloom, and flowering of healthy youth.
'''' tare-free and untrammeled. It ,is really inspirinz to study the
n.'.. ;gooks of these glad young people; their faces are beaming( with
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l'I. h 3oy and hope; they seem as thrilled and excited as brides-to-be
.:.",f.-.1! ought to be. There is no evidence of apprhension and fear. nO
''?,.,1 oaunt: but they seem full of courage. expectancy and full of
;1 i',confidence, all ,ready to set out in their matrimonial galley witb
'.,41,110 worry over the scarecrow of divorce. ,
.',:',,.,,, ,,, it .sl also notieeable that in mite of the threat of baneful
:.,I t And humiliating tonsequences due to the divorce searecrow.-Dar0
.,;', i' ents are giving aWay their beautiful daughters, once the ROMe08
A prove themselves welcome and give sufficient .evidenceof good
- .0.1th. So we tiee in the newspapers the bold and proud" an ani;
i; ani; nouncements. of ,the engagements and wedding events. '.. -..-
, I.,- Divorce is 'siraplir the result of failure of one or the other.
.1' !. to maintain good -faith. All contratts and agreements gtre osten.
'''... teibly founded upon good faith; and anyone hwo -has the guts
.1 to propose or accept a proposition, subacribe to it. and have It
:v .4 t.
,..', 1 aormally registered, should have the guts to continue to support
', !, St and maintain good faith. The marriage contract is no less.
i'::. 4 Put rather most important and sacred since it involves the com com0
0 com0 pitting of one's persona kind of voluntary chattelling. So that
1
, pmpriety of the parties must be highly regarded and maintain maintain.'
.' maintain.' ed in good faith for a successful marriage.
.,:. : Divorcees ahe nothing but failuresto put it mildly. It is
: Plain to see that Many of those who violate their marriage be be.
. be. I eause of bad faith, seem to regard marriage merely as a vehicle
' ior joy-riding, and divorce as the means of legal tender fpr set set,
, set, i
,,,), lement of any claims or damages. This is definitely not so.
.'-'1 to Perhaps our social and religious institutions are delinouent
;.. 1nd too indifferent toward the divorce situation. A' lively. inter-.1,',1
est should be taken in the preservation and fostering( of proper
...xi, i lind successful marriage's.
., Here is hoping that' we shall always have the upcomine
.i :. Prides-to-be with their pretty and triumphant smiles and laugh laugh...
... laugh... f ter, and let us keep them happy and smiling after marriage too.
'. e .I Divorced.
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A lovely IISSOrtMeni
HANDBAGS Inn!! 'colon

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it MEMO TO "CONFIISED"
: ;Sir:
, i o Appropriately named for his confused answer to "The
' i' 4 Oulding Light" is last Tuesday's Mail Box. Evidently 'Confus 'Confus,,:
,,: 'Confus,,: ed" got his cue from the boys on the "Hill" but they did not
'.; Apell.out all details.. .A. ..p...c...So he went off on a tangent.
"Confused" must be one of the brainwashed underlingS that
' ta,lled to cook on all sides and at times can still think for him him(
( him( 3seltThis VMS manifested in his jumbled comments which cov cov,
, cov, 'ered many completely unrelated subjects foreign to the original
., point which was that the Panama Line and Panama Railroad
;, contribute considerably to high Commv prices.
1 ,,,,,,,,,,Sou couldn't tell whether he was "for" or "against" anV anV',,'
',,' anV',,' Uling but monopolies. Being brainwashed he doesnl realize that
.1.,,,,114.1s, tied up with the biggest one way monopoly existing in the
,J 417,dted'Statesarid its territories. He should get-courage to ven vent
t vent "titre across the tracks and visit some of the ultra-modern super super,
, super, ov
,, 4111arkets such as Minimax where he would see displayed a varietv
,;, Itot leading brands and products frOm all over the world. Some
,,,. ices are equal ,to those in the Commissary others are lower
-,', en though duties of from 20 to 33 Per cent are assessed.
..., .I 41,He shr;:ild also wander into one of the Army sales stores and
, let''sliellie c j-it of the nanie brands and the selection available. Then
.11,0 :tigers receiving another treatment from the boys on the 'Hill"
,a, ale should repeat over and over again "I wonder, I wonder whv
0! rie Commy prices are so high." After a while the light might
; "break through for the answer is as simple as A., .B...C... Ms
,tot adoguls on the Hill are maintaining both the Panam Line and
40 tEAnama Railroad for selfish reasons regardless of costs to the
, 4 sumer.
,o.:Irit 'rhe Guiding Light.
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By ROiERT iltUARK

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Oh, man,; I km on a scientific t
jag this 'week, and I feel finally '-
Like Dr.' rrabkenstein must have
felt when his,homemade monster
got up and urea about', the ', ,
dinner hours in the household. I
quit. ' -1
I will take rockets and space
ships and pink lipstick and auto-
mation of all sorts, but they have
finally gone too far. As of right
now, I have my' dwarfs hard ,at
work busting up the retorts end
turning the Bunsen burners into '
bank shares, f or is it plow plowshares?
shares? plowshares? Enough, of this do-ityourself
science. ,,,, i
You know what 'they've corns
up with now, apart from seam seamless
less seamless stockings and Italian hair hairdos
dos hairdos ?Hangover-proof booze. You
heard me, Joe. booze with no
hangover attached. Like his
bread you. buy nowadays, the sol solid
id solid cardboard nothing.
No wonder the world's going
to blow up. People are just too
damn' nosy. A couple of pointed-
head gnomes with nothing better
to do have discovered that ace acetaldehyde
taldehyde acetaldehyde and isOmyl alcohol pro- ,c4,
duce the furred tongue, the blear- ',,-,
ed eye, shaking fingers, and the ,-,,p
",- f 1
' oh, Goti, I-wish-1-was-dead brand ,,,,&,.1-,
of ague. People got no business ''fe
looking into the',:cup that cheers
and eoming'tout :with names, that ,.
ere that hard,',16 spell.
I don't ,'4,ttst ,these alchemists .... .,
a rocrment when they say you ,e,aielltAl
tan. produee Synthetic liquor that ..t.. .;
tastes just like the hand-sk wills- -, .-.
ky that Grandpa used to make
,--,-..---,
out inexcuse. me, the kind of --'--
stuff 3rou used,to be able to buy o. 1, ..
,'-''''0,s
when I was s' bov. ba a world ..Y.;;,1-- -4
which is shockingly short of fu- .,... ...,
sel oil. where would You really lecina
get enough of the McOyy to d6 a .',
first-class job of tongue coating?
,
Anyhow, these wo would be
modern cutters of high-roff stuff JulilLanSFA. mi.tarsi
with all that scientific jive, when Harrington, an(
water used to be good enough Counselor of ttl
if you put a little formaldehyde companied by
in it to pep up the flavor a bit, their son, are a
would have me believe that they sengers schedu,
can build a, synthetic whisk New York Wed
which will have bark but no bite, Panama liner
taste but no remorse on the ma- Mrs. Rather
row. I don't want to believe it. listed as the o
What would be the fun of sit sitting
ting sitting up playino a lot Of Louis Port-au-Prince,
The complete
Armstrong tmtil five a.m. if you list follows:
didn't know that the piper would Mr. and Mrs.
be around too early on, clamor- and son; Mr. al
ing to be-paid? You might 1 as Batley and dau
well take an injection of sterile L. Beckley: DI
water; because the guilt complex Bensvides; mr.
would be gone, and everybodY co and four el
Itnows that when you lose your mrs. williem
guilt complex you turn into lorid two children;
Pasternak. Brauer; Mr. su
And think about the kinds of Browne and tw
classifiable hangovers that would Mrs. Anna M
go down the drain with this new ert Chandler; 3
non-vicious potable. The loVelY J. Chapp; Mr.
Sunday, --snildly--,,,melancholy,rone Christian and
which' leads to leading he 'fun- John ciayton 11
Mel. double, featurea and some- ey; Mr. and M
times 'twins. Think about losing Mist 'Margaret
the remarkable bottnce of a Vera N. De Sp
Bloody Mary, which nobody dren; Mr. and
drinks except for medicine, on Dowd and child
one of those olymy-gosh-waht-did- tha Esposito an
I-say-to-the-hostess bad conscienc- Mr. and Mrs.
'es. Think of never knowing again and daughter; 1
that if the waiter ,doesn't bring selm Fisher; Ill
you that first whiskv sour you'll erstom Mr. an(
have a flt and cut yhur wrists On lindo;-, Mr., and ,J
his best rug. -- and ,two childre
Think of how hard you tad Glazer, Ind 'Ion
work the day after 8 real, beano, Miss Itivian Rii
when you'feel ter bad 3,ou might Alra. George M
as weli write or movi the lawn , ,,,,,
anyhow, as you figure to be dead Think et the, ti
by sundown. Think of the first of the nerves, V
six gasses of cold water, when somebody fliptil
your lips are dry and your day paper w
tongue is firmly grafted to the when the ,' itudd
roof of your mouth. Think of the phone does not
nervous hangover, when you pace off the divan;
the floor and have ideas a nen are out of Mai
agement firm ',pull charge you I say okay t
a fortune for.' '' j: t.' thinkinS michlt
Think of ,the'crashing toiseg as boys dip their,
,the cat stopeO: through : flower into auld lug,
beds, the sereee i n It 'of the league, I cry.-
wells. ho -roar Omit thts,e'sun Out of the lab
makes combat up. and ,the op: charred keg s
nressive weight of your rtiother- damned be ha.
in-law dropong In ust ,att yon of. the luxuryo
are heading for the secOnd beer. again. ,.,
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11. S. Ambassador to Panama
Julian F. Harrington and Mrs.
Harrington, and R. Austin Acly,
Counselor of tlie Embassy, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Acly and
their son, are among the 161 pas passengers
sengers passengers scheduled to sail for
New York Wednesday aboard the
Panama liner Cristobal.
Mrs. Katherine Rhinehart is
listed as the only passenger for
Port-au-Prince, &Att.,.
The complete advance sailing
list follows:
Mr. and Mrs. R. Austin Acly
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Rowan H.
Bailey and daughter) Mrs. Anna

triat- firsi whiskv soir you'ri erstoni Mr. 'and Mrs, Mario Ca Cahave
have Cahave a fit and cut yhur wrists On lindo;-,Mr., snd -Mrs, William Geer
his best rug. and ,two, children; Mrs- -EdYthe b
Think of bow bard too rad Glazer, and ,Ion; Elmer Al. Hack;
work the day after reel beano. Miss Vivian Rita Hale; Mr. and
when you' feel so' bed 3oli might Mrs. George 11.,,Rall and daugh daughas
as daughas well Write or too the lawn ,, ,
anyhow, as you figure to be dead Think of the''tawitti 'desensitivity
by sundown. Think of the first of the nerves, When you can hear
six glasses of cold water, when somebodY fliPliing through a Sun Sunyour
your Sunyour lips are dry and your day paper without shuddering,
tongue is firmly grafted to the when the ,' ituddeu'" ring of the
roof of your mouth. Think of the phone does not 'Cause you to leap
nervous hangover, when you pace off the divan; prOving that you
the floor and have ideas a man gre out of touch, with the times.
agement firm wfAilil charge 7011 I say okay to,I.C.B.M.'s and
a fortune for.' , thinking machines, but when 'the
Think of the'crasliing noiseti as boys dip their, nasty little noses
.the cat stope: through : flower into auld lug gym, in the grog
beds, the screee in It 'of the league, I crW"Hold! Enoughl"
wrens. ha -roar that the,"sun Out of the lab and back to tbe
makes combv UP. and ,the op: charred keg s my mottot
nressive weight' of yowl' niother- damned be he.who deprives me
in-law droopng In ust 'At; yott of the luxury., of saying: Never
are headint for the mccind teer. amain. I

L. Bic Idey; and Mrs. Jaime and Mrs. Jonathan Leavitti Mr.
Benavides; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bian-jand Mrs. Murray G. Lee; Elias
co and four children; Mr. andlLow; Mr. Edward W. MacKen MacKenMrs.
Mrs. MacKenMrs. William T. Blealdey and isle anit rdaughter; Miss .Annie F.
two children; Mrs. Marie V. McDad4 Mr, and Mrs, Hugh E.
Brauer; Mr. and' Mrs. 'Carl J. ,McGranaghan and four- children;
Browne and two children. 'Mr. and Mrs. Archie Manikas
Mrs. Anna M. Burkhardt; Rob- land son; and Mr. and Mrs.
ert Chandler; Mr. and Mrs. John George Martin and five children.
J. Chapp; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Y. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olsen;
,Christiap and, three ,children; Mr. and Mrs:Donal& D. -Flamer
John Clayton Iv; Henry J .Clan and three children; Alfred PO POof;
of; POof; Mr. and Mrs. James Cohen; ikowski; Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam
Mist Margaret Compton; Mrs. C. Rhinehart; Mr. and Mrs. Cur.
Vera 1C. De Spain and two chil- tis Reiner; Mr. and Mrs. Vin Vindren;
dren; Vindren; Mr. and Mrs. William C. cent Ring; .Miss Eva Russak;
Dowd and child; and Mrs. Mar- Miss Fay Russak; Mr. and Mrs.
dm Esposito and two children., Max M. Schoch and two chil
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Feeley dren; Mrs. Margaret A. Schwab.
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. H. Doyle Snyder;
selm Fisher; Mr. Betty L. Feth-1,..Miss Helen Spence r; Mrs.

ter; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ham Hammetter
metter Hammetter And daughter.
, Ambassador and Mrs. Man 111.
HatTington; Amelia J. Heldman
and two children; William IL Hen Hendersoni
dersoni Hendersoni Mr. and Mrs. Anton W.
Herbek; Mr, and Mrs. Monzell
Huckaby; Mr. and Mrs. Richard
H. Jenks; Mrs. Agnes P. John Johnson;
son; Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kane
and' two children; Mr. Anna A.
Kierman; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
IL, Kirkpatrick; Mr. and Mrs.
George Koehler.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Lau Laurie
rie Laurie and son; Mr. and Mrs. Mor Morton.
ton. Morton. IeNtee and two sons; Mr.

Claire Stegman; Mrs. Cladys B.
Stevens; Miss Layne W. Taylor;
Mr and mrs. Laurence J.
Wachs; Mr. and Mrs. Allen B.
Ward and two children; Miss
Fay Warman; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Weissman; and Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson E. Wise and SOtt

WFE GOING TOO ,,

COPENHAGEN UPI) Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev
will be accompanied by Mrs.
Khrushcher when he visits the
Scandinavian countries this sum summer,
mer, summer, sources at the Danish For Foreign
eign Foreign Ministry disclosed yesterday,
As .fiar as IS known, this will be
the first time the Premier ha
taken his wife on an official state
visit. ,

REDS CHARGE VIOLATION

TOKYO UPI) Communist
China Charged yesterday that two
M.S. reconnaissance planes
lated air space In the Canton
area of !southern China on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. A Peiping broadcast said the
Chinese Foreign, Ministry had is issued
sued issued its .50th serious warning"
against such violations.

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(Presented by tho Department
of Christian Education of tho
Episcopal Church in tho Ms.
&nary Diocese of tho Pala.
ma Canal Zeno.)
,
Psalm 37:7
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PICKING GREEN GRAPES
"Rest In the Lord, nd wait
patiently for, him: fret not thy.
We maleethe.same mistake as
Ise lab's contemporaries. We ex
pect pick the grapes while
theyl are still green. When trou trouble
ble trouble com,es we get over anxious
We want to do something about
it immediately, to "nip it in the
bud.'"
God works differently. He hav
infinite patiesce. He sees the bill
become a blossom, the flower a
ripening grape.. He looks quietly
on the world He has made even
when it goes astray.
We do not have the faith to do
Our task and then trust to the ft
ture to !vindicate our cam, We
are like the little boy who pulls
his radishes because he wants
to see Alow they are growing.
Today is the Lord's Day, the
day of rest. That latter phrase
sums up Isaiah's message. God
asks us on this day, to give uP
our working and our worrying
and to come quietly into His
presence.
Commit they wav into the
Lord; trust also in him; and he
shsll bring it to pass.
Grant, o lord, we beseech
thee, that the course of this
world may be so peaceably or oreked
eked oreked bv thv governance; that
thy church msy io3rfullv serve
thee in all godly quietness:
through Jesus Christ our Lord'
Amen."

-,',.:-,;!--Y6 U WEARLLACI.(Wrr.S,',1f yotf Want to know' how 1,..-'
,:ame back ''etneng :, you,: get yourself ''-up',to Nebraska -and ,'.
askTica international Airlinee Capt. Jim Law,Who Is there .".'. ,,,
on Vacation' Nit -will be, glad to take-tirnis ',off--10',Iel:1;you,. :.
for Jim is a man' ef, full explanation4,;;;:-'-' '- I- ':,,-;-,-)!:'-.,,'--,:.:- .,.. ,,
..-),!: ..4,!This jet Just .s.' Mite, of., little' old doieT,7,,heixplained
to' his '' purring-;passengers i' with Comfortnr scientific ':pre-
cision ,over.the publio,,addreas,sistem as he-threaded, his'.
300 mph Eiritish-bulit:.jet prop Viscotint int 'the'sami' ',chid '-,-
'OCNYeathr 7iti. plit '..ILn end,: to' Noah's clahri: of,;:being a'''.
landlubber; i.' -,..,-:.--:,,';',..:- !... ,-,'-'-,-......?:'''..;-,..?'..,,-.' ,1---i;',;.";,-; i
.;,:-,.. !That change In the sotincr. of the engine, yilly it's no ,,'
mere than', I'm just., slowing down a little for the littlebitty
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bumps exactly as yott would -yourselves when you are driv- ;
ing your 'automobile' ever et bumpy' stretch of road.s! ,,,, ,,,
'. .- .Thie Vias',the nionient We got hit with 'ingemar--JOhatt..,.,
sOn'siloteborg :thunderbolt"- right'. Remember,:a1,1,' those:,
sports Twriters: and 'others -who declared before' the fight
beim that,they4haijo, pick Patterson, because they.A.ad
heard Much ,but;le,en. nothing, of,,Johansson'it ,righlr 0, 1 ',',
:, '.,'' In ill the thoiliand of Ord Written 'abOut theMeavy.
weight 'championship upset,' I am the only One able to, ex.
Plain' this2signal failure of VISIOn On the -part of the;I:,,Iiorts,
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writers,:':and,others..s. -'.. , ' ,,-:,
, '-', Ingo, may, have been. training at 'Crosainger'S, :but he
was ',throWing, ',that right at sparring partner, Jim '.. Law
straight up:thete above-San Jose, Costa RicaA A long right;
'.,-! '', With 'r Tac a ''c 0-p i lot ',,Te f.r Jarist calling tu-crisp:, blow
by bloW,fight on most of.the virlotts and, several radio -frequencies
available,, Levitz arid his ViScount,no,t'OrY didn't
, roll with the Punches,,but they:didn't spkit-S 'either. ,-- ''
who iNere accepting coffee from' stewardess' Nancy,Majiros,
-. ', Which waarObably 'all ,sery, Well for the passengers
who is so sweet that, no one ever calls for sugar lurong the
caffein '' ', ,,, ,,' ;,,- - ' ',' I.'
".- ...'There yott hive in 'exclusive angle on the big chem.
phiriship .:S-Iht.' mid if there is anything more you want to
know:about Ingo's 'training routine; just -'- ask Jim' Law.
, He's the, San' Jose lightnitig, oonductor for, the Cuteborg
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'thunderbolt.:-. ), ',., ' -- '' '',
, -.' ,)-.'As I 'rode dwn fr;trt Sin Jose with Jim end Ingo, and
'Jerry and, Nancy,' fotind myself reflecting on such 'topics ''
'as Panama's near-champion 'jockey Manuel Ycaza,-;who Is
getting right up there' arnOng the Shoemakers and thiv Ar Arcaros,
caros, Arcaros, -, and Hector Lopez, who as secondhigitest efter ''
Micke Metntle in' theNew York' Yanketi batting averages
is bringing a perpleied wrinkle or twe to the'brow of Nean Neanderthal
derthal Neanderthal Zonians who long enjoed certain 'notions as to-1,,qt
what war the limit of a local-rate bey's place 10,,the AL
lylighty's scheme of things, , ,,, , ,,.
.0neAvay and another, there is scarcely a, more US-
rate major league team than' the New York Yankees. and
does any -US..rate Isthrnian shellback want to offer tne Rain Rain.
. Rain. , Pt huTet h r nei st ee
bow City-born Lopez' batting average as a topic of Idle con conversation?
versation? conversation? (Some snidc character Is ming 'to make noises
about,there having beeri no Rainhow CIty when top:eZ-,was'
aH 0;8: eglhA.,tni rill. wssaaawyn, wfjrohosamet in mind of LOpez 'and Ycazit Was
born. I'll: settle,' peacelovingly, :for Silver City). ,'
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' In a motorcade' clOWn thmaitt-drarin
iPsi.' Lf Teils:e.GbliksciPhtn'stehYrIPIta,:e.611:6.4.As:lteW,nli:helizflicicchaann
hasvae;rriescsae7sloyecheerartd;am- ....., t: l''cl'o'at. b' littiksOt
ci i'akp? I.: hc7meeY:hue
which hpd that day returned frorn',debting POssesiin of
the round ball vvith championship or natiOnal teatns 111'AB
trio lsrael,; Hong,,Kong, Australia and Nevi' Zealand2ind Zealand2indmaybseapevriesnettocht,h,aaedrcrpeocimaorceedsou.otr
maybseapevriesnettocht,h,aaedrcrpeocimaorceedsou.otr Zealand2indmaybseapevriesnettocht,h,aaedrcrpeocimaorceedsou.otr oo'fhtohults ri- .14ob' wa' lintoo.0 rolwx' itio'ho',. ote"ss7boensdt
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thhurredso nd rot; wmg; '. 870 nhietre, o nsottatmi s ut lochs occoouriodd tut twh or nut o'tab tiptt,otho;
i can recolle t
the error. Y .'
--, The' thing is that in these various ocuntr'les tirOun'd the
rim. cork!, little Coste, Ricaa smaller country than' Panama. ,.
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'ts known, as one sprts Writer In San Jose ut lt, for some someLthing
Lthing someLthing mere th,an tasty coffee and tasty T as.: ' cl'
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, As a team, little ,Costa ,Rica's soccer p ayere'stood up
i as little Sweden's Ingo Johansson, did as an Individual,- and
Wcit laHoll then, moa:ttofo art!: enr too si i ti xonhdodP,1 wini avzgni dyt la ,r r tun i, napdo al ;8 bel lc: A:ott 1, hnhhc. teoae. senr el ndjmot, nny ., s ,heo, ei ans miovi .rmuoae jhni, gi ntot layi, oeer m, di ri no?:.. a:t, eWst:, ith:;:al ly. dsz. i p- I, ri:1 1 rtt;a noyhh :a: r lets.
took on the world,to thet-beet of their hardpracticed ability.
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' It'seemed to me, Standing on theitepa of Kop's :Crobk,
that the. Powers..thatioc in Cuba realized that this bunch el
boupcy footballers. freni Heredie and,Alatulzi and 'Whereyer
had done more fer,the kood repute' of COta Alotti.!tretind
the world than an Clymplo aggregation'of-martini-diplornats
dould do It 20 years ,
het Se. suh ,,that,' the Pewers.thatbalri.'''Oehaire
fUlly 'realize that the, eyes' of the hohest4oli Soap, etthe
LIS,1OPSZ,,ihtryeaia';,:right flOW:: are the fronf4indoW.,:of
!enema far mOr,e':therkteri "entire', battallohof free,Liading,
maillihg; &inapt, Orunching politioal 'nobodies ;label.
lied diplomitts,,,This despite the fact' that the distinguidos
diploMatleoearl(Probably.,, drawing lwiceL thCsaltry, from'
the' hitiee&taxpayeri' Calidenie that., lopillardraWing'
frOMtle Ortharassedrhinegernent of the New,York,Yinkeet..., ,;,.
Whe is doing' hine:much for whose ,bothitry7,,,;,),;:,::;4',
Ole i :study 'Abf how ;:mueh internatiorier 'esteem: a atexpayer's
texpayer's atexpayer's buck, rea' lly I'd ',like inplucle '!:: a ;',,brief
lospectieri Of, the ;system' 'Where' by the Uhited Statee',Utileads
sorteeUobsolete. instrtiments'of,:,war into tociAtiklOtilent
Lat144,Attorica oh the:totally- shohy batie of; ',4.'hemisphere,.'.,
difenie against
:shill 'not 'debate the 'Ohildish .naitonal of ibun,;.r
tries';',who, Want to,i,hasi sUfficient, armier,navieti; and air
foroSs'io Marshall it 'commissioned graiiy tralti forWealthy
yountebin';Who";':ptafr;wearirtra awaggering Uniform to ..,
devoticzitheie,,talents,7:ilsefillly if notimerativelt;te,
preverhent in the !lot,,tt,theit fellow 'oountryrnen- ;
Whitkld tO a 'itatilL
tireafrOndeWh,'ori'thil:tollih dead and Wounded reaped Sinew
the initiatiori',',,OfAhli prOiram by weapons' 'exported from
the, OS 'under, the' Mutual Aid prograth
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PEERLESS PPRTENT,Ithis wek 'thiees all to
14tor ,'Loptis',)th, place' .the ;'Arnericarl:' League bitting :.,
avaraiett.with:';92,for, this
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Ill 'd inOri'iood fr tbe nameot ranwrit tha
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. l' by sundown. Think of the first of the nerVee, When
,',;'.., T- ., ., '..G";not:-4'0.-h1-0-rd7--w' e beseech i known, as one sports Writer in San Jose' ut it, for some.
.,7, ,. six glasses of cold water, when somebody flipping throYduughrtina sun- wFE GOING TOO ,, thee. that t e ', course of this thing more than. tasty coffee and tasty T as ' ,'-'
without shuddering, world may be so peaceably or- '', As a team, little Costa Rica's soccer p ayers stood up
I. p a t a a c 2 ::: ti ty:nu r 11 tp811 firazy dryatteand citt ay
d to Yther then the ," iiiidden'" ring of ,the COPENHAGEN UPI) Solet OAre hit
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. little Sweden's Ingo Johansson, did as an individual, and
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' roofuoef your moutr Think of the phone does noctause you to lea', premier Nikita S. Khrushcbay' the church In97 ic)31,1I'v' serl.. took on the world b ri f h i h
thy aovernance; that as
to the- es o t e r ardpracticed ability
l',..,., t nervous hangover, when you pace off the divan; preying that '3'u will be accompanied by Mrs. thee in all godly quietness.
, r O. A i0 0 teM S PA NA MA -41Itt 'Vie, A Y3:..
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. ,; 0. , the fl and have Ideas a msn are out of toad); with the times; Ithrusbcher. when, he vigitS tile through,: Jesus Christ our torcr What Ilas Pandnia one in le regar 7 . y, t as
-,. agement firm would,, chargayou say okay .to,I.C.11131w.:s ?!.141 Scandinavian countries this sum Amen." done Hector 'LoPez, and It has done Mamie! ,yet7la. It hat
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...,!, .., ...I. a fortune for.' '' 1,, ,, liunidng luthmeS, 0 1 nen we mer,' sources at the Danish For- ; ., also done Broadway producer 101,1 Gluintero. i''71d eriavbe
, ThInk of .thetresning tioiseg as boys dip th r, nasty little noses eign Ministry disclosed yesterday, ,,...
Abe cat ,stoPa,"-through ..',-flower into auld luceyne in the grog Asiar as IS known, this will be IlLaluk 0 van seYeral more Individuals whose anonymity in- tit- -ipitis is
-7'''''''' "' PANAMA
$ -'"':, ,,,00
beds the I cr e t i'7 i n It'd the league, I cry,-""Holdi Enoughl the ...first 'time the Premier has ,,,
wrens. he -roar that this,'-'sun ,Out of the lab and back 0,7 the taken his wife on an official state ,., ;,, ,,. a result 'of nothing rnore -than my' alLencompassing ignor.
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, ' '','?,' .at. ' It'seemed totme, Standing On the stepi of Kop's CroOk,
-7- makes comitut un- and Abe oo: charred keg a my mottot )and visit., ,
,-- ', ., C'Arijr I that the Powers.thEtt-be,- in Cuba' realized that thii:b, unoh '' of
e wor than an 0 YrrIP a ,agg g
''''''', ; ';.:-. CALI ..., nressive weight' of- Mr n)other- damned be hewho deprives me ..
,,...- in-law dronpng In ust ,4 s ',Iron of. the luxury, of saying: Myer DEDE CHARDS, rOLATIO, N ,,, iv,. iff ,) ,,,
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,., are heading for the mcciAl leer. again. .,. ., nu
iit 1 b ncy foo bailers from eredia and Alaluela find wherever,
';',kv, -01 '''''' 0
area of
i ,T ' TOKYO 'UPI) Communist ''A ) had done more for.the good repute of Coita Ricitttround
------------- China Charged yesterday that two '',tb,.',..E. ' 1 1 th Id I I re ation of martinFdiplomots
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7, , ,,' M.S. reconnaissance planes ,,,s1rio- ,, ;i Vr :: ,e' 1 I
Today's Tv Program '''..."'"N ,,, Ilear ,
;.- -0 .'.'-,--!.,,.,,.. lk n ,- ,h
!southern China 011 rant- L 1 ,, i, '.. 1111 '1104 to such that ,the Powers.thatbein' Panant
lated air' space in the Canton '' 1 r r ,?' d, ould,d In; 20 years.- .., : -,'; -'. ', i ,,-- ,,,,,,,,,,,., i
. i" fully realize that iri the eyes of the honest Joe Soap. of,the ,,
'',,-,1 : ete-sum Matinee: Devil flop 1 7e 11 Tie I d MYnatrdt .1 ' ew tpmettli f:,
,,.,i 0 '110- Baseball
1110 Willy n day. A Ppiping broadcast said the il ., 1
' ''',, ,, ,.,, .., , . ,,,. : Chinese Foreign' Ministry had is- ' 14.' US:: !Apex tinti,"YoaZ,a',Iright now ,are the fronfiwindw., of ,,
' ,4' '''; : it ri' trrN illei's 10:00 Star Pertormanes sued its SOth "serious warning" 'An wenir Illtemixed. Ire
4., ist 110 World Congress Of Flight 10:.10 Icre olrtrestons ' '- ..; 0 against, such violations. ,, tens,lhventlet,00d fifties. Panama tar more thart, an 'entire battalion of freeloading,
'' I:3 Thi' k Yt3ur Life 11;g2 Th: ts171:wall end Parole :41r i'
' 0 1100 Stssos Allen
, , ," martini trauling,,, hanape crunching political 'nobodies 'label.
', I' 4,, 7:",,L,:- ,,fi'mb, 7-4 '',.,, .,,, Loressy an ,,.,, ,,,, ,,,,, ..,
I 4,,,, y, , : , fed 'as diplonritt,ts.., This despite the fact'that the ,distingtildes
- ,, --',, Courtesy of Aerootal Panama AtrwaTa ' .,'': :,, .:, diplomatipoetare,,,,probeibly.,,drawingAwice the'llatery- from' '
,', ,,, .1,- '',. -: ''' '., . ' ". MS harttsie&taxp,ayers of Calidonia that Lopez 'is drawing ''
''' ' PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057-3-1698-3-1699 "sskss., .,
. ;1 0 )- : s froni, tie unharasse4 management of the New ,York. yankeek, ,,
''''' to OFFICE HOURS: from 8 cm. to 6 p.m. fig ,,,,(L"., ',. port .'. ,, ,":, ,- ,i, , ,.. ,,;.:,, ,,,T,' Whd is doing hovi'much for whose country,,,,,0...,'.,:;,...,.' :';'' ,''. ':
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'"Il''' ,, ' ' ','" N' '.',' ', ''''' ''- ' ,,' In Ibis istud of how .' mueh internationa :' ste m a '"
, ., , WI A111 U N A ILI, TO 811C,II,V,, ,,;.,:. ' taxPayer's buck- really:tuYs,,, I'd, like ,to Include ', a' ,brief ,,,, ,,,
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,;;'''.; v '' '0 : .,', ;. ',, ADDlitoNAL R 1 E 1 R V' A T l',0;:;!t.lr,,rfllt; oua ',,, $nspeation at tha systeni Whereby the tinit!icl S,tateti',utilhads ,,,'
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;:''''' ''' l' ''''''''' .SEtOND STEREO MUSICAL EVEIIING Latin,,d,Atilerica on the,totally phony, basis" of;hrlieRhere ,,!,,,
-''': FOR A-FEW DAYS ONLY .A.,,,,,,.., ,,,.., ,. ,
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,.1, ' 1 '', -',''' TINA PAGE, 0,,,,i .. cl' t t n It .frl 1, tries who want to have sufficient armies, ,navieti and air
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111:115DAY, SUNI 211, 1959
, THE RENDAT AMERICAN

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ECUADOREAN.GRADUATES Ten enlisted men of the Ecuadorean Army completed a four-week course in the techniques of en engine
gine engine repair and the use of machine shop equipment, presented by the U.S. Army Caribbean Engineer Section. All classes Awere con conducted
ducted conducted in Spanish. Graduation certificates were presented by Maj. Walter J. Moeller, extreme left, during asceremony at the Engineer
maintenance shop, Corozal. USARCARIB Engineer Section emplo yes who atted as instructors are shown in the blackground and at
the extiPme right is William Trost, foreman. (US Army Photo)

Washington
Of Wallace

WASHINGTON, June 27 (UPI)--
Old-timers around town will re,
member, that Harry L. Hopkins
and Henry A. Wallace were con confirmed
firmed confirmed for service as secretary of
commerce, the job for which the
U.S. Senate has refused to confirm
Lewis L. Strauss.
Neither Wallace nor Hopkins
bad qualifications for that post
either by experience or point of
view.
Their nominations shocked the
business community.
This shock was aggravated by
the belief that, in both instances,
President Roosevelt was seeking
to provide himself with a hand handpickeri
pickeri handpickeri successor in the White
House,
Wallace got the nomination be because
cause because he had been a good boy in
the 1944 Presidential campaign,
makbig powerful campaign speech

L Your Retirement

By MARIE DAERR
If you have driven a car all
your life, don't give it up when
you become older.
You are going to need it even
snore than you did when you were
young.
This advice comes from Paul
Wilson, a eounselor for older work workers
ers workers at a vacational guidance and
rehabilitation center.
In talking with many older job
hunters, Wilson has found that
many leek an item .they eould
use profitably, a car that vrill get
them to and from a job.
"When people become older,
they don't have the job choice they
)jid when thei were younger,"
Ison &aid. 'Jobs open to them
are likely to be in the service
fiekl.
"Public transportation can't
always solve the getting-to work
problem. If an older person is
in good health, he should by all
means try to kaep his car. it
will help him find a lob and hold
it."
"A woman who never learned
to drive the family car puts her herself
self herself in c position of dependence
that will grow worse as the years
pass, Wilson pointed out.
"It she is widowed, she, finds
herself handicapped," he said.
"Other people aren't going to
have the time and the desire to
be chauffeur.
"If she wants a job, she will
find herself in a real spot.
"If ahe is wise, she will keep
the family car and learn to drive
ft. Many older people pass driv driver's
er's driver's tests and put a lot of mileage
on a car before it becomes neces necessary
sary necessary for them to retire from he
road."
Wilson thinks every lob hunter
Should have a telephone, but
know when NOT to use it.
"It Is Important that an tom tomO
O tomO wes be able to reach a woric-.
er by photo," he said.' "But I
am much against lob hunting
by telephone.
"It is too easy for an employer
Se turn a person down on the tele

SALIM RECORD SIT
CHICAGO, UPI) Sales of
Mercedes-Benz automobiles in the
'United States in the period from
March 1 to May 31 exceeded all
previous three-month periods, F.
L. Armstrong, general manager
of Mercedes-Benz Sales, Inc., said
Thursday. Armstrong said that
sales of the Gorman-made car
were ttp 130 per cent from the
eorresponddng period of last year.
The Mercedes-Benz line is dis distributed
tributed distributed through en affiliate of
Studebaker-Packard Corp.

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Oldtimers RemeRbei Confirmation
, Hopkins For Job Strauss Missed

es to the political left wing in be
half of the Roosevelt-Truman tick
et.
FDR had wanted Wallace to b(
renominated for vice president in
1944 but the Democratic conven convention
tion convention would not have him.
Wallace could have sulked or
bolted the ticket but he stayed on
the team.
FDR. made room for him by fir firing
ing firing Commerce Secretary Jesse 14.
Jones, a financier with ample
qualifications for that post.
"Henry is entitled to what he
wants." FDA told Jones, and that
was that. The nomination went up
on Jan. 21, 1945.
In his autobiography, Jones re recalls:
calls: recalls: "The suggestion sent to Con Congress
gress Congress by President Roosevelt that
Wallace, who possessed odd .and
mystic notions about business and

phone. Older workers, in particu particular,
lar, particular, should look fbr.a job in per person.
son. person. Their chances of getting one
that way are much better then if
they use Bell's invention."
QI am 67. I lost my husband
in 1950. He worked for only four
quarters under Social Security.
Is it possible for me to make addi additional
tional additional payments so that I can be become
come become eligible for benefits?Mrs.
L. B.
ANo, this is not WSW,.
QI'm a widow and fear am
losing my hearing. But I hate to
think of wearing a hearing aid.
My children advise me to get one,
but I think it will add years to
my appearance. What do you ad advise?
vise? advise? Mrs. J. R. W.
AHearing aids these days
are a far cry from the told cons conspictious
pictious conspictious kind. Chances are some
of your friends are wearing them
and you aren't even aware of it
A person who needs such an aid
and doesn't wear one works
a hardship on himself and
others.
Q--I have contributed to Social
Security since it went into effect.
For years my earnings were
between $3,000 and $5,000. When
I applied for Social Security they
looked at only the last three
year's income tax reports. These
show low earinigs, because I was
working part time. Do you think
they base my Social Security
only on these years? It seems
very low to me.. G.
AAll the years since 1937
were considered In figuring
your benefits. The Social Secu Security
rity Security representatives asked to
see the last three year's tax re reports.
ports. reports. bat ause these records
were not yet available to them.

JUANITA MOOR

as ANNIE 4OHNSON--
whose exciting life you'll share
FANNIE nunrs doting
best-seller.;

SOON ON THE MOTION' PICTURE scRuti

Special Duty Free Prices
tor Canal Zgne Residents!

ITyrt)T-TTIT A,

-inance, should be placed hi
arge of the government's lend lendg
g lendg agencies, which were dealing
1 billions of dollars, startled the
iontry and shocked Congress.
"Congress immediately took
teps to assure that, whatever
'Ise Wallace gpt hold of, he
vouldn't get his hands on Uncle
':am's check book."

Jones, as secretary of- coin-Tierce,
also had been Federal Loan
Administrator. That. included su suoervision
oervision suoervision of the Reconstruction Fi Finance
nance Finance Corp. and its subsidiaries.
How congressional Repblidans
and Democrats alike. felt about
Wallace in that kind of clover.was
indicated by the vote in the House
to separate the FLA from the
Commerce Department. The Jote
was 400 to 2.
The Senate Commerce Commit Committee
tee Committee voted 15 to 5 against Wallace's
confirmation as secretaty but he
finally was confirmed.
Finally, also, he ran for prest

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dent. That vas In 1948 as the no nominee
minee nominee of the Progressive Party,
which was invented, operated. and
ballyhooed by the Communist Par,.
ty of the United States.
ilopkins was nominated for the
Corhmerce Department in 1938.
Slime days' before the nomination
was made Gallup pollsters put
this question: "Would you approve
Harry L. Hopkins' nomination for
commerce secretary?" The re returns:
turns: returns: yes, 34 percent; no, 66 per

cent.
Harry the Hop, as FDR called
hint', was confirmed, however, and
served an ufidistinguiSbed Cabinet
term.
In futtherance"of his White
House ambitions, Hopkins planned
to buy a farm his native Iowa
and joined an Iowa methodist
church. Nothing came of that.
The Wallace, Hopkins,. Strauss
incidents suggest that. the Senate
is Working under new groundrules
on confirmations.

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moNTIMAL President El Eliennower,
iennower, Eliennower, ha iling the formal
opening of -the St. Lawrence Sea Seaway
way Seaway as more than a technologi technological
cal technological and commercial triumph:
"It is, above all, a magnificent
symbol to the entire world of the
achievement possible to demo democratic
cratic democratic nations peacefully working
together for the coingion good."
COVINGTON, La. Gov. Earl
K. Long, after winning his re release
lease release from a mental hospital:
"When I cease to be, I hope
that the Almighty God, by means
best known to him, will relieve
me from doing wrong or harm
to our state and its fine people.'t
WASHINGTON Sen. Thomas
C. Hennings Jr. after the Senate
voted to lift t'he secrecy from
their staff payrolls:
"I felt it impossible for he
Senate to complain about unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary secrecy in the executive
branch while practicing such se secrecy
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SPOLETO, Italy -- Jan trump trump.
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himself on the road to recovery
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monia: pnetimonia: "I think pops is in the clear."
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Open golf tonrnament after pick picking
ing picking up her ball on the 8th
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five holes ago but I d4dn't know
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the "supply of savings is still be being
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dented unprecedented demand for home loans.'
Norman Strunk, executive vice
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sociations associations have risen to a volume
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MISS SUZAN RUTH POTTER
The Governor of the Canal Zone, Maj. Gen. William E.
Potter and Mrs. Potter anonunce today the engagement of
their daughter, Suzan Ruth, to Mr. Edwin Gunner Schull,
son of Col. and Mrs. Herman W. Schutt Jr. of Jupiter, Fla.
Miss Potter is an alumna of Brownell Hall Preparatory
4001u.s.,
...N., School, Omaha, Neb., and attended Goucher College and
0"0" Marjorie Webster College.
Mr. Schur., the son of the former Lieutenant Governor
, of the Canal Zone, is a graduate of Hotehkiss Preparatory
- School and Duke University, where he was a member of Phi
Delta Theta national fraternity. He won letters in both soc soc.
. soc. cer and lacrosse and was named an All-American in soccer
in 1958. He will continue his studies at the University of
- Virginia School of Law at Charlottesville, Va.
A late August wedding is planned in the Canal Zone.

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Miss Linda Erikson Weds
Thomas Gibson Jr. in
Margarita Church Nuptials
Miss Linda Lee Erikson, (laugh (laughter
ter (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Edward
Erikson of Margarita, became the
bride of Mr Thomas Fielding Gib Gibson
son Gibson Jr. in an impressive ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony Friday evening at the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Union Church. Mr. Gibsoii is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
F. Gibson of Margarita.
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin per performed
formed performed the double ring Ceremony
before a background of white gla gladioli
dioli gladioli and ferns. Candles were set
in tall candelabra, and greenery
was combined with white blos blossoms.
soms. blossoms. Pews were marked with
white net bows and lilies.
Appropriate musical selections
were played by A. Hoyte, organist.
The bircie, given in marriage by
her father, wore a full skirted
gown of frothy nylon tulle and
chantilly lace. The bodice was
designed with long fitted sleeves
and a V-shaped neckline edrq in
scalloped lace. The top late tier
of the skirt was fashioned in
graceful, pointed panels, lending a
petal effect.
A pearl embroidered lace na-lfhat
held her shoulder-length veil,
and she carried a bouquet of white
gladioli florets centered with blue
hydrangea.
Her attendants were her sister,
Mass Barbara Erikson, maid of
honor. and Miss Nancy Gibson,
sister of the bridegroom, M 3 3
Sarah Whitener and Miss Alice
Taber, bridesmaids.
Their identically-fashioned frocks
were in lavender and v a r led
shades of pink nylon organza ov over
er over taffeta They wore flowered
hats with small veils and glove.;
matching their dresses. The maid
of honor carried a spray of. or orchids,
chids, orchids, and the bridesmaids had
quets of carnations matching
their dresses.
The flower girl. Tana Lesovskv,
daughter of Cant. and Mrs. Ful Fulton
ton Fulton Lesovsky of IF,ort Gulick, wore
a full length dress of lavender net
with a matching headpiece. She
carried a white basket of rope pe petals.
tals. petals. The bridegroom chose his fath father
er father to attend him as best man.
Groomsmen were Lt. John Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, James Crawford, John Bose Boseman,
man, Boseman, Herbert Lewis and CharleS
Crawford. Kim McGraw, son of
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Two US Army Caribbean con contestants
testants contestants in the grand fiDala of tbe
li159 All-Army Entertainment Con Contest
test Contest are on the 'list of 25 soldier
performers who have been select selected
ed selected for the Army's soldier ohow,
"Rolling Along of 1959," Special
Services, Department of the Ar Arn't)'.
n't)'. Arn't)'. announced this week.
Sp.4 Ronald R. Cowan and Plc.
Charles R. Son, tap dancing team
from Fort Buchanan, Puerto Ri Rico,
co, Rico, were entered by the Antilles
Command in the specialty group
non-musical class of the USAtt USAttCARIB
CARIB USAttCARIB Entertainment Contest FL FLoats
oats FLoats and were mow, four 'eta
chosen to go on to Fort Belvoir,
Va.. for the All-Army Finals.
This is the second time that
this command has had representa representation
tion representation in the Army's famous all allsoldier
soldier allsoldier show.
A report received from Sp.5 Joel
T. Daly. NCO in charge of the US.
ARCARIB contestants, states that
although none of the local enter entertainers
tainers entertainers placed in the competition,
two actR. thn Team Tap qnd Pvt.
Frederlck Thompson of Fort A--
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGraw of
Coco Solo, served as ring bearer.
Mrs. Erikson chose for her
daughter's wedding a sheath dress
of lemon yellow lake, accented
with matching satin. A corsage of
yellow orchids and matching ac accessories
cessories accessories completed her costume.
The mother of the bridegroom
wore a frock of French blue lace
trimmed in nylon chiffon a n d
matching blue ccessories. Orch Orchids
ids Orchids were used in her corsage.
Following the ceremony, a hut hutfet
fet hutfet supper reception was held in
the Cristobal Masonic Tem ple
Skyroom Fern arrangements and
white bows formed a background
for the receiving line.
The bride's table was centered
with a white palm branch sprink sprinkled
led sprinkled with silver and adorned with
wedding bells and silver-sprinkled
wood roses. The miniature bride
and groom which topped the wed wedding
ding wedding cake were set in a circle of
greenery and white doves. White
floral arrangements flanked the
cake.
Assisting at the reception were
Mrs. L. H. Scranton, aunt of the
bride, Mrs. D. A. Waddelli and
Miss Patricia Lawson, who was
in charge of the bride's book.
The newlyweds sailed the day
after their wedding on the SS An Anent'.
ent'. Anent'. For her traveling costume,
the bride chose a sheath dress and
jacket of black orlon and cotton
with white linen accents. Her ac accessories
cessories accessories and orchid corsage were
white.
After a short honeymoon in New
York and Atlantic City, the young
couple will make their home in
Virenia, where he will be employ employed
ed employed with the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration at Lang Langley
ley Langley Field.
Mrs. Gibson was graduated In
June aom Cristobal High School.
Mr. Gibson is a graduate of
George Tech, where he received
'his bachelor of acience degree in
physics.
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inador, vocal soloist, were rated
In the top half of their respective
classes.
"Live" competition was in eight
categories, of which tSARCARIB
entered four.
Ten major Army commanda aent
a total of 73 high-caliber acts to
the finals.
Daly reported that the level of
competition was extremely high.
Many of the competitors were ve veterans
terans veterans of previous grand Mulls
and former members of "Rolling
Along."
All grand finals participants re
to remain at Fort Belvoir through
today, to take part in the TV tap taping
ing taping of the Army-Ed Sullivan TV
show. Nine winning acts will he
featured and all contestants will
appear in the opening member.
In addition to the first, second,
and third place awards in each of
the "live" classes Judged at Bel Belyoir,
yoir, Belyoir, awards were also made for!
the "recorded" contest previously!
held.
United States Amy Caribbean'
was presented with a plaque for
third lace in tho country -1ti
western class, which was won by
"Jimmy Haywood and the Two
Cut Ups," Fort Gulick entry led
by Sn. 4 Junior D. Shoune (Jim (Jimmy
my (Jimmy Haywood) of Fort Gulick with
Sp. 4 Jimmy C. Cate of Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton and Sp4 Junior D. Walden of
Fort Kobbe.
The Trying Berlin Trophy, award awarded
ed awarded yearly to the command making
the highest acore in the entire enn enntest,
test, enntest, was won by the Second US
Army, with Fifth ITS Army rank ranking
ing ranking second.
Sex Crimes Files
Aid Florida Poke
To Nab Offenders
JACKSONVILLE, Fla (UPI)
Files are kept on nearly 500 po potential
tential potential sex offenders known to au authorities
thorities authorities here.
If a sex crime occurs in Duval
county, there is a good chance
of identifying the offender on the
basis of these files, according, to
county irlontification officer
Julius Gause.
The information in c udes
clothing known to attract the po potential
tential potential offender, the time of dav
he is likely to accost someone
his manner, speech, subjects of
conversation and fingerprints.
Gause said identification of po potential
tential potential sex criminals is a "spe "specialized
cialized "specialized field" and investigators
must learn to differentiate be.
tween types of perverts.
NATIVES STONE POLICE
DURBAN, South Africa (UM
A mob of stone-tossing native
women smashed windows in three
buses at a police-guarded post
stop in this restless South African
city Thursday. Police have been
Iguarding the bus-stop because of
a native boycott campaign.
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NEWLYWEDS ---- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fielding Gibson Jr. are pictured leaving Margarita
Union Church following their wedding Friday evening. The bride was Miss Linda Lee Erik Erikson,
son, Erikson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Erikson of Margarita, before her marriage. After
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Quaker Faith Is Small In
Great In Respect And

By LOUIS CASSELS
In an era when churches count
their membership in millions, tle
Religious Society of Friends
s.ands out as a reminder that
great size and gr?at influence do
not necessarily go hand in hand.
This numerically tiny denomin denomination,
ation, denomination, with 19,000 members in the
United States and about 60,000 in
other countries, has left an indel indelible
ible indelible mark on history. It ranks to today
day today asone of the mos' resnected
religious bodies in the world.
The Friends movement began
in England a little more than 300
years age. A "seeker after truth"
named George' rOx gathered
about him a stunt) little band o1
non-conformists who believed that
true religion had nothing to do
witleoutward fdrms, rituals br
creeds, but was a simple matter
of loving God and VOW' fellow
man in the spirit of Jesus Christ.
These early Friends paid a
heavy Price for th.jr rejection of
the official religion of the estab established
lished established church. They were
flogged, tortured, jailed and
burned at the stake. In the first 40
years of the movement, nearly
40Cr of them- died in prison. It was
an Ennlish magistrate. poking
fun at their inionction to "trem "tremble
ble "tremble at the word of God who
ninned on :them the nnce-derisive.
now honored nickname of
Quakers.
IDEAS INCHARTER
One of the early Quakers,
William Penn, bannened to he. the
gon of n wealthy nobleman.
Thrnugh his father's influence at
eourt, he was able to ohtnin the
ennsent for establishment
a a nual,nr rolonv in Ameriea.
Ti was ePliPri Pennsylvania. end
t,orn itt eh,rtet came 'tinny r"-
nlutionary ideas Ineludinq the
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ories theories and statements about God.
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cent accent any particular tl-eological
explananation of Christ's person
or mission. The emphasis is on
living the kind of life to which He
summoned Men.
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pleasures at peace-making than
on a negative refusal to bear
arms and there are Quakers who
support military defenses.
A century ago. Quakers were
working tirelessly for the aboli abolition
tion abolition of slavery; today they are
working wif h equal fervor to
eliminate the remaining vestiges
of racial discrimination! Through
their American Friends Service
Committee, Quakers are at work
in a score of countries around the
world, feeding the hungry, clothing
the naked, sheltering the orphans,
reating the sick.
The original Quaker practice,
still maintained in many congre congregations,
gations, congregations, CRIIS for no pastor.
tilld formal. programt;pfivworship.
The congregation issembles on
"First-Day" (Sunday) in its sev
erely unadorned, altatiess met,t met,ting4
ing4 met,ting4 '"Oti- the-basis of
silence."
After about an hour of worship,
the meeting ends with everyone
shaking hands with his neighbor.
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QUEEN OF FLOWERSACheryl I, elected Queen
Ehown here with the members of her court. an
make sure that their hair remains combed duri
clay of San Francisco de la Ca 'eta. Looking
dura, S. A., the local Adorn distributor, who ma
and her court.

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ACADEMY AHEAD Two' Zonians were' recently notified that they were selected to attend militarY
colleges ,in the United States. Henry L. Lavender, son of Mr. and Mrs. 14 N. Lavender of Gamboa
was selected to attend the United Slates Air Force Academy at Colorado SPringS, Colo., and John
T. Cunningham,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Cunningham of Balboa will go the USAF AcademY
Preparatory School at Brainbridge Naval Station, Maryland, Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook AF Base
Commander, presented bOth Men with their letter of admission. Left tri right: John Cunningham.
Henry Lavender and Colonel Burr. (Official VSAF Photo)

of Flowers of San Francisco de la taleta h
piying the famous invisible Adorn hair spray to
ng the festival sponsored by the Betterment So Soon
on Soon are four representatives of Agencies Fe Fede
de Fede the famous hair spray available to the queen

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TO SLEEP. PERCHANCE TO DREAM-A surgeon's hand hesitates momentarily over the
tiny body of Kim Smith, onl eight hours old. The infant was undergoing a life-or-deatlf
operation on his deformed esophagus in Children's Hospital, lienver, Colo. Dramatic photo
captures one brief IMMO in the successful two-hour operation. Without it, Kim would have
died of starvation within a few days. Hospital authorities report that the infant is making
satisfactory progress.

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UNION CHURCH
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thle th. 4erkuoil kJ oe
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kwAatiVei, ti; .diti di, the L.
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sa ton is 1...e 4e..onu a
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klra)eri WaiCn ne ttev. heary
uua.aiaon givaug uurmg tau
summer auae.nce ,,ie pas.or, tue
ite v xranaan.
4,4sibaug lo unnisuy of hoi hoipitality
pitality hoipitality will be Asa ,viatie Asleatt
ley mud air. JOn iviettraW at teoco
Swo ana Mr. Ana laomas
ieaorn at .viarganta.

CHRISTIAN sCIENCE
How ac..entitic unuersianoing
Gou gives new inspiratton and
meaning ik tile oe a theme
presented at Christian Science
aerv.ces
Highligat,ing the Lesson-Sermon
entitieu "Christian Science" is tne
Golden Text from I Peter ,(1:25):
"The word of the Lord endureth
for ever. And this is the word
which by the gospel is preached
unto you."
Selections to be read f r o m
"Science and Health with Key to
the Scriptures" oy Mary Baker
Eddy include: "The time for think thinkers
ers thinkers has come. Truth, independent
of doctrines and time-honored sys-,
terns, knocks at the portal if hu humanity"
manity" humanity" (VII: 13-15).
Among the Bible passages will
be this verse from Isaiah (50:4):
"the Lord God hath given me
the tongue of the learned, that I
should know how to speak a word
in season to him that is weary:
He wakeneth morning bp morning,
he wakeneth mine ear to hear as
the learned,"

ST. LUKE'S
Ancon
Today the fifth Sunday af after
ter after trinity, at Which time the
three regular elervicas will be held
at the Cathedral of St. Luke.
Holy Communion at 7:30 a.m.,
the family service of Morning
Prayer at 9:15 and Morning Pray Prayer
er Prayer and Sermon at 11. Dean Peter Peterson
son Peterson will preach on the subject
"The Challenge of the Episcopal
Church," and the Choir Guild will
sing the anthem, "Hide Not Thou
Thy Face From Us, 0 Lord" by
Farrant.
Immediately after the family
service, at 9:45 a.m. there will be
a showing of the Mc:ody Bible Ins Institute
titute Institute motion icture "H idden
Treasures" as Dart of the religious
education program at the Catbe Catbedrat.
drat. Catbedrat. ,At p.m. there will be the Serv Service
ice Service of evening -Prayer with a ser sermon
mon sermon by the Dean entitled s"rhe Ig Ignoble
noble Ignoble Self." The community is
cordially invited to share the wor worship
ship worship of God at the Cathedral.
Activities during the week in include
clude include Services of Holy commu communion
nion communion at 8 and 8:30 a.m. on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, the' Feast of St. Peter,-Wednes
day and Saturday, Independence
Day, at which time special pray-r
ers and intentions will be made
for God's blessing on our country.
Monday bight will be parish
moVie night With thee showing of
the film "TM Return of Monte
Cristo" starring louis Hayward.
On Tuesday night there Will be
a barbecue supper at the deanery

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Social and Othertvie

Skating Party Is Part
Of Summer Becrastion
A skating party at the Balboa
Rollerdrome was sponsored by toe
Speical Services of Rodman, Nay Nay:1
:1 Nay:1 Station as part of the S'IM S'IMmer
mer S'IMmer recreation program, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon. There were 75
children and teenagers present.
Prizes were awarded to Sheila
Mite of Coco Marianne Frick
of Rousseau and Sharon Van
Whinkle of Rodman. The prizes
were free passes to the Roller Rollerdrome
drome Rollerdrome SOr future sessions.

Adults attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene L. Roh, Mrs. How Howard
ard Howard Hart and Mrs. E. R. Anni Annitoos,
toos, Annitoos, all of Coco
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Gem, Mineral Society
Has Guest Speaker
One of the most outstanning
meetings of the season of the
Canal Zone Gem and Mineral
Society wa8 held Friday evening,
when 35 members and guests
heard Henry Sommerfreund tbs tbscuss
cuss tbscuss his recent trip to Eurone.
He was introduced by Jim Braid,
program chairman for the even evening.
ing. evening. On tbe speaker's table, he dis displayed
played displayed many stones acquired on
the recent trip, including speci specimens
mens specimens of opal, aouamarine and
tourmaline, which he said are be becoming
coming becoming favorite gems. He showed
perfectly carved leaves of opal,
which are to be combined with
diamonds, and leaves of nephrite
jade which will be used with tur turquoise
quoise turquoise flowerlettes.
His display also featured topaz,
amethysts, cats eye, diamonds
and an unusually-cut aquamarine.
During a short business meet meeting
ing meeting which preceded the program,
tbe slate of officers for the com
ing club year was presented.
Thank you notes were read from
Girl Scout delegates to .the Co Colorado
lorado Colorado Roundup, who were pre presented
sented presented polished Zone stones to
trade.

Additions to the Kilroy Case
(You Were There), where stones
and specimens collected by form.
er members are displayed, were
noted. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Har Harbour
bour Harbour were hosts for the social
hour.

Public Invited
To Free Lecture
On Gift Taxes

Collect an inheritance lately?
Or perhaps come into a valuable
piece of property?
Even if not, you might be In Interested
terested Interested In a lecture on inheri inheritance
tance inheritance and gift taxes to be given
at 8 p.m. Monday at the Ricardo
Neuman High School ir4 L
Street across from the Legial.s.'
tive Palace.

Panama accountant Hector
Spencer will present the lecture.
The public is invited free.
for all returned students and their
friends. This group, known as the
"Singletons" will plan their sum summer's
mer's summer's program at that time.

MIAMI?

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In relaxed comfort and Safety in a
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rates. We'll gladly help plan your trip.
Insurance other benefite included. Both 58
and 59 models FORDS arid others available.
We are specia'llsts in renting to vacationers,
and are mentbm of the Ford Leaeing System.
Drop us a line for interesting information.
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NEWS FOR
EVERYONE
HEW POLITIC 111 THE
CABAIIA AHD
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L CABANA CLUB
MEMBERSHIPS
A. SINGLE MEMBER.
SHIP FOR MEN

B. From $100 admis.
sion fee to $75 ad admission
mission admission fee

C. From $100 yearly
dues to $75 yearly
dues

IL SINGLE MEMBERSHIP
FOR WOMEN
A. Continues at $50 ad.
mission and yearly
dues

FAMILY
MEMBERSHIP
continues at
admission fee and
yearly dues up to six
persons per family

IV. TO MAKE IT P S SSIBLE
SIBLE SSIBLE FOR STUDENTS
ON HOME LEAVE,
a new temporary 30
days membership
can be arranged on
an application
at S10, without play.
ing admission fee.

Other guests may 14
admitted within the
rules of the Cabaa
Club for $1 per day.
With these steps tbe
President of the Calm.
fia.Club and the man management
agement management of the hotel
hopes that the beauti beautifull
full beautifull facilities of the
Oub will be enjoyed
by many more per.
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FIVE DAYS IN LOS ANGELES. including:
Five nights at the famous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Gray Line bus excursions to: Wilshire Boulevard, Bev eriy
Hills (where the movie stars live) and Santa Monica.

Visits to Universal International movie studio, Griffith
Park and other points of interest
A day At Disneyland ." one of the most spectacular at
tr Actions ever created by Man t

A night at the. Moulin Rouge, or other glamorous
nightclub.
FIVE DAN'S IN SAN FRANCISCO: tn.
cluding five nights at the Canterbury Hotel.
The following Gray Line bus excursionst Sightseeing trips
to the Civic Center, Dolores Mission and other points of
interest.

A night in Chinatown, the largest Chinese community
outside of Asia.
An entire day touring the Golden Gate Bridge, Oakland
and Berkeley, topped off with a visit to a giant Redwood
Forest.
An evening of pleasure at several of the moat interestint
San Francisco nightclubs.
FOUR DAYS IN LAS VEGAS, including:
Three nights at the Flamingo Hotel.
A Gray Line excursion to Boulder Dam.- the highest dam
in the Western Hemisphere.

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ACADEMY AHEAD ;,!Two Zonians were' recently notified that they were selected to attend militarY entitlea -Christian Science" is tne 'Society wa8 held Friday evening, l 411A :
colleges zn the United StateS. Henry L. Lavender, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Lavender of Gamboa Golden Text from I Peter ,(1:25): when 35 members and redst 8 44t 441 I
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T. CunninEhanv son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Cunningham of Balboa will go the ISAP' AcademY for ever. Is s : o
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yielding two singles himself.
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VI in two Yankee runs with base base'1
'1 base'1 empty homers in the fourth and
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4 CLEVELAND, June 27 (UM
0 Back-to-back home runs in the
:4,,Q fifth inning by Ted Williams and,
s,2,4 Jackie Jensen propelled the Bos-1
0,14 ton Red Sox to a 6-4 triumoh over
T'-! the league-leading Cleveland In
t'P; dians tOday.

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CHICAGO, June 27 (UPI)Harry Simpson clouted a
baieiloaded homer in the eigth inning today to move the
Chicago White Sox back into second place in the Ameri American
can American League with a 5-4 victory over the New York Yankees.

Frank Sullivan was the winner,
atthough the 90-degree breezeless
beat forced him out of the game
"Olmsted after seven and two twothirds
thirds twothirds innings. Sullivan now has a
4-5. record.

pETRO1T, June 27 (UPI)
Gus Zernial, playing first hase
fos the first time with Detroit,
sl4mmed out two homers good for
flap runs this afternoon to lead the
Ti.tert.to a 12-2 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles.
Vlanager Jimmie Dykes decided
to give Zernial a shot at first base,
htause neither Bob Osborne nor
GP Barris was hitting. Zernial
Sapped a two-run homer on his first
tr p to the plate in the second in intiig
tiig intiig &lid followed with a three threeran
ran threeran blast in the sexth inning.

4 INCINNATI, June, 27 (UPI)
Ernie Broglio pitched a two-hitte
for his first complete game in

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the Major Leagues today to earn
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the St. Louis Cardinals a 5-0 vic 1

tory over the Cincinnati Reds.
Bill White, rookie Gene Oliver
and catcher Hal Smith each hit a
home run to furnish the power for
Broglio's second victory of the sea season.
son. season. Ile had lost his first five pitch pitching
ing pitching decisions.

MILWAUKEE, June 27 --(UPI)
Bard throwing Glen Hobble, of
the Chicago Cubs. ignoring the fact
that Milwaukee pounded for Chica Chicago
go Chicago pitchers for 19 hits yesterday,
squelched the Braves on six hits
today for en easy 7-1 victory.

SAN FRANCISCO, June 27 (UPI)
Home rims by Dave Phi !ley and
Harry Anderson in the seventh in inning
ning inning broke a 1-4 tie today and gave
!be Pbiladeinhia Phil;ies a 7-4 Win
over the San Francisco Giants.

The Giants scored all their runs
in the fourth frame on a double by
Willie Mays, a roundtripper by Or Orlando
lando Orlando Cepeda, a base on balls, a
twobagger Ilobie Landrith and
an error by Phi Hey.
The Phi Hies, who had plated
three runs in the first inning, tied
up the game in the fourth on Gene
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of Denver concludes its women's
volf season with a Never-W n
Tournament.

At the beginning of the season
each player purchases 10 keys
to an Italizo jewel chest and its
contents. All season the keys
change hands as the ladies com compete
pete compete for them in various events.
Only one of the hundreds of
keys fit the chest At the final
event. each gal tries her keys on
the lock.

The successful keyholder wins
the chest and cache.

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LAWRENCE, Kans. (NEM
Kansas track coach Bill East In
is scheduled to depart for Ma
laya. where he will conduct
track and field clinics for the
State Department.

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1Domitila
2Thunderstreak
3Tita
4Alanita
5San Vicente
6Tarasca
7His Majesty
8Puerto Made
9Deauville
10Blancor
11Lo Moscow

Linda Susy
Cordial
Challa
Quien Sera
Bugaba
Distingo
Albigense
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Double Four
Mi Deno
Fri Iolito

San Francisco
x-Pittsburgh
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
x-Night game not

Tod ay's Games
Chicago at Milwaukee Drott
(1-2) or Hillman (5-5) vs Pizarro
(0-0).
Philadelphia at San Francisco
Friend (3-9) vs McDevitt (6-6).
St. Louis at Cincinnati (2)
Ricketts (0-3) and Bridges (1-0)
ss Nushall (3-6) and Schmidt (14).

Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 300 100 201-7 15 1
S. Francisco 000 400 000--4 6 0
Conley (5-4) and Sawatski, Tho Thomas
mas Thomas (4); Fisher, G. Jones (4), S.
Jones (7). Muffett (8) and Land Landrith.
rith. Landrith. LP-Fisher (1-2). HRS-Pos1
(11), Cepeda (16), Phil ley (3), H.
Anderson (9).
--
St. Louis 121 000 001-5 10 0
Cincinnati 000 000 000--0 2 0
Broglio (2-5) and H. Smith;
O'Toole, Acker (3), Pena (7) and
Bailey. LP-O'Toole (0-2). HRS.
White (7), Oliver (2), H. Smith
(9).

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41 33 .554 11!
40 33 .548 2

38 35 .521
36 35 .507
32 39 .457
32 39 .451
26 43 .377
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Bobbie (8-6) anti S. Taylor; Wil Willey,
ley, Willey, Jay (6), McMahon (9) and
Crandall. LP-Willev (3-2). HRS HRSLong
Long HRSLong (10), Banks (21), Logan (9).

Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (Night
game).

American Leagne
Cleveland 37 30 .552
Chicago 37 32 .536
Baltimore 38 33 .535
New York 36 33 .522
Detroit 36 3.5 .507
Boston 31 31 .456
x-Washington 31 38 .449
X-Kansas City 29 37 .439
Pi-Night game not include&

Today's Games
Washington at Kansas City
Kemmerer (4-6) vs Reed (0-0).

Baltimore at Detroit Brown
(5-2) or Fisher (0-1) vs Mossi (5-3)
New York at Chicago (2)
Ford (7-4) and Larsen (6-1) vs
Donovan (1-5) and Wynn (10-5).
Boston at Cleveland (2) Wills
(2-3) and De lock (6-4) vs Score
(7-5) and Bell (6-7).

Yesterday's Results
New York 000 101 002-4 9 0
Chicago 001 000 04x-5 9 0
Turley (6-8) and Berra; Shaw,
Arias (9), Staley (9) and Lollar.
WP-Shaw (6-2). HRS-Lopez 2 (11
and 12). Simpson (3), Siebern (8)
Skowron (14).
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Boston 110 040 000-6 8 1
Cleveland 001 020 001-4 9 0
Sullivan, Brewer (8) and White;
Grant. Garcia (6), Brodowskl .(8)
and Brown. WP-Sullivan (4-5). LP

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Cuban bantamweight Manuel Ar Armenteros
menteros Armenteros and Panama 118-pound
contender Toto Ibarra will weigh weighin
in weighin at 11 o'clock this morning for
a ten-round, 120-pound bout at
the Olympic Stadium tonig h t.
Each fighter is expeoted to tip
the scales at around 119 pounds;
Armenteros, a 29-year-old Negro
,Nrho has lived in Mexico for eight
years, is ranked sixth in the
world by Ring Magazine and sev seventh
enth seventh by the National Boxing As Association
sociation Association of America.
Ibarra, 22 years old, and a one onetime
time onetime super gate attraction, is con considered
sidered considered top aspirant for cham
pion Edwin Sykes' bantamweight
crown on the basis of lbarras
upset decision win over contend contender
er contender Hector Hicks about two
months ago.
The Cuban, who is reported to
be so outstanding in Mexico that
he has difficulty in getting fights
in his division, is a favorite to
make his Panama debut a suc successful
cessful successful one.
Plans call for the visitor to
meet Skes, and possibly feather featherweight
weight featherweight Roberto Murillo, during
the next several weeks.
Marra, who was inactive for
13 months before coming back
early this year to defeat Claudio
Martinez and later Hicks, has
appeared to improve greatly un under
der under the tutelage of Aubrey CO

this year could be the next ma major
jor major aquatic effort of Sfc. George
Harrison, who just a few weeks
ago successfully swam the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal.
Sgt. Harrison, a member of the
lst Battle Grou, 20th Infantry,
said he would like to swim the
Panama Canal just once more be before
fore before tackling the choppy waters
separating England and France.
But he is taldng no chances.
"I've already started my exer exercises
cises exercises in preparation for the chan channel
nel channel try," he stated "and I'll con continue
tinue continue to keep in shape for the,oc the,occasionif
casionif the,occasionif and when it comes."
He reported that an offer was
made him by a former track and
field star who just missed one of
the Olympic Games and who
is now in USARCaribto inter intercede
cede intercede on his behalf with a weal wealthy
thy wealthy promoter in the U.S. who
sponsors amateur athletes in

Grant (5.3). MIS-Williams (4),
Jensen (16), Francona (7), Held
(14).

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Detroit 022 413 00x-12 13 0
Hoeft, Johnson (3), Portocarrero
(5) and Triandos, Gimsberg (7);
Foytack (0-7) and Wilson. LP LPHoeft
Hoeft LPHoeft (1-5). HRS-Zernial 2 (2 and
3), Ka line (15), Wilson (1).
Washington at Kansas City
(Night game).

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Keith Calvertt in
"SMILEY GETS A GUN"
Cinema Scope & Color!
Scott Brady in
"Ambush at Cimarron Pass"

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WIDMARK, FONDA, QUINN, MALONE AND MICHELS TOP
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Sera's,' tor a Western action production with incompar- action performances, Henry Fonda as the professional gun gunIle
Ile gunIle outdoor backgrounds filmed in CinemaSeope and De man, AnthonT Quinn is the Warped and strange sidekick
ow Color, 20th Century Fox monumental "WARLOCK," of the gunman, Dorothy Malone, is the captivating woman
open next Wednesday at the Bella Vista theatre. of mystery and Dolores Michaels is the woman in Fonda's
Headed by Ricahrd Widmark, the starring east is fill life.

,i.,galterabled tor a Western action production with incompar: action performances, Henry Fonda as the professional gun gunable
able gunable outdoor backgrounds filmed in Cinema Scope and De man, AnthonT Quinn is the Warped and strange sidekick
LIDO, Color, 20th Century Fox monumental "WARLOCK," of the gunman, Dorothy Malone, is the captivating woman
will open next Wednesday at the Bella Vista theatre. of mystery and Dolores Michaels is the woman in Fonda's
Headed by Ricahrd Widmark, the starring cast is fill life.
ed out by, Henry Fonda, Anthony Quinn, Dorothy Malone
,.and Dolores Michaels. Rounding out the fast-action picture le a top support support"WARLOCK"
"WARLOCK" support"WARLOCK" tells the story of a rough frontier cattle ing cast headed by Wallace Ford, Tom Drake, Richard
town, of the lawless element ruling it, the' professional Arlen and DeForest Kelley.
gunfighter brought in to tame it, and the man who stood
balanced precariousiv between the killer gang and the gun- Don't miss this exciting action-drama, which comes
man. 1 next Wednesday at the air-conditioned Bella Vista Theatre.

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arry Simpson's Grandslammer Downs Yanks

Editor: CONRAD SARGEANT

Armenteros Makes Debut
Against ibarra Tonight

jr1 Stadium Ten-Rounder
14 i 0

jo) Woodruff, one of Panama's
most expert fight trainers.
Despite his underdog role, To Tot
t Tot and, Woodruff have expressed
confidence in putting over a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. The Chiriqui slugger is
known for his courage and
claims to be in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Armenteros, is accompanied to
Panama by his Mexican, wife,
Carmela, and his trainer-manager
Mexican Juan Pelaez. Pelaez
will be assisted by George Ford,
a Colon fight trainer.
'rhe Cuban has done very lit little
tle little sparring since reaching here
last Tuesday, explaining that he
has boxed only seven rounds on
the Isthmus because he has been
training hard in Mexico and has
been ready over a week.
The program, arranged by Co Colon
lon Colon promoter Joe McLaughlin, of offers
fers offers as its semifinal a six-rounder
between Valentin Brown ani
Vicente Worrell at a weight limit
of 127 pounds.
A four-round prelim brings to together
gether together Roily McKay and ,Alejandro
Pacheco at 126 pounds, and
in the curtain raiser, also set for
four, Ernesto Campbell engages
Roberto del Cid at 120 pounds.
General admission price is
$1.50; general ringside, 83; re reserved
served reserved ring-side, $4; and chil children
dren children and boxers, 75 cents.
Curtain time is 8:30.

George Harrison To Try

English Channel Swim

Swimming the English Channel euch tries as swimming the Eng Engis
is Engis year could be the next ma- lish Channel.
r aquatic effort of Sic. George "We're not absolutely sure,
irrison, who just a few weeks yet," Sgt. Harrison said, "but
;0 successfully swam the Pane- we feel everything will come out
a Canal. all right." He added that such a
Sgt. Harrison, a member of the swim would have to take place
t Battle Grou, 20th Infantry, in August or September when the
id he would like to swim the waters are most favorable for
inama Canal just once more be- such an event.
re tackling the choppy waters St. Harrison emphasized, how howparating
parating howparating England and France. ever, that he will seek another
it he is taldng no chances. try at swimming the Panama Ca Ca've
've Ca've already started my exer- nal before going to England. He
sea in preparation for the chan- would swim the Canal from the
I try," he stated "and I'll con- Pacific to the Atlantic side if per perwe
we perwe to keep in shape for the,oc- mission were given him to tran transionif
sionif transionif and when it comes." sit the "big ditch' bodily.
He reported that an offer was
ade him by a former track and the present deal does not
Id star who just missed one of come off, he will still seek a try
and who at swimming the channel with
Olympic Games
in the Army, who will be head headnow
now headnow in USARCaribto inter- the aid of his brother, an officer
de on his behalf with a weal
ing toward Europe for reassign reassignment
ment reassignment before autumn.
y promoter in the U.S. who
onsors amateur athletes in
Sgt. Harrison explained that his
possible promoter helps only a amateurs
mateurs amateurs and that the first clues cluesrant
rant cluesrant (5-3). HRS-Willlams (4),
tion asked him was, "Have
nsen (16), Francona (7), Held
4). you
ever taken money for you swim swim-
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"Nobody ever offered me any.
"No, I haven't," he replied.
Hoeft, Johnson (3), Portocarrero
) and Triandos, Gimsberg (7);
English Channel since 1875, when
Folks have been swimming the
an intrepid lad by the name ni
wtack (6-7) and Wilson. LP LPwit
wit LPwit (1-5). HRS-Zernial 2 (2 and
, Ka line (15), Wilson (1).
it in .21 hours and 45 minutes.
Matthew Welyb, of England, made
Washington at Kansas City
fight game). The first woman to swim the dis distance
tance distance was Gertrude Eder le, of
the U.S., who made it in 14 hours
.t.reamminasaismattr and 31 minutesand is still aODAY-ENCANT0.35-20
round today gelling swimming
pools and swimming suits but
Keith Calvertt in not like the kind she wore to get
"SMILEY GETS A GUN" the job done.

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Yul Brynner
Joanne Woodward
"The Sound and The Fury"
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DIABLO HTS. 7 :06
Kerwiti Mathews
Julie Mama
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Mon. "Across TIN Bridte"

'MARGARITA Henry Fonda 0 Richard Widmari
2:30 7:00 WARLOCK"
Monday "Simba"

GAMBOA Elvis Presley Carolyn-4'0nel;
7:00 "KING CREOLE"
Tuesday "The Man Inside"'

GA TUN Robert Taylor Cyd Chorine
7:00 'TARTY GIRL"
Tuesday "Return To Warbow"

'ARAISO 7:00
"ME AND THE
COLONEL"

SANTA CRUZ
7:00
"GUNMAN'S
WALK"

Camp Sierd 7:00
"Frankenstein
1970" and
"DILLINGER"

Nalional Red Cro ss Classic'

For Best 2-Year-Old To

Seven of the best imported two-I
year-old colts now in training ati
the rresinent itemon raceuack
will compete this afternoon in the
42,000 auoed seven turlong Na National
tional National Red Cross. Classic.
The betting is expected to be
about even among the Pim lino linoSantanero
Santanero linoSantanero and Pops-Nairobi en entries
tries entries and Puerto Madero. Jaco
and Tierra' complete the seven sevenhorse
horse sevenhorse field.
Pops, a neck winner over Pic Piccolino
colino Piccolino in the fast time of 1:13 4-5
for six furlongs his last time out,
will be ridden by classic special specialist
ist specialist Jose Ulloa. Pops' entrymate,
Nairobi, will have the veteran
Hernani Mora in the pilothouse.
Mora made an impressive re return
turn return to the saddle last Sunday
after a ftve-year layoff. He rode
twice and scored a thrilling vic victory
tory victory aboard Diocese in his ec econd
ond econd try after Michaux refused at
the start in his first k comeback
attempt. He displayed some of
the class that made him a top
reinsman both here n 'Panama
and later in the U.S.
Piccolino will be handled by
hustling Heliodoro Gustines while
stablemate Santanero was aksign aksigned
ed aksigned to Bias Aguirre.
Puerto Madero, winner of two
of his three local starts, will have
leading jockey Braulio Baeza, as
usual, in the saddle. Puerto Ma Madero
dero Madero scored an unimpressive one onelength
length onelength victory over Atrayente his
last time out.
Tierral, a fractious horse that
runs all over the track, has im improved
proved improved considerably in his last,
two starts n which he finished
second. He will be under the
guidance of Alejandro Perez.
Jac. once one of the most
promising two-year-olds, appears
to be steadily regaining his best
form. He was a close second to
Mi Cautiva his previous time out
and cannot be counted, out a against
gainst against horses or his own age.
Longshot specialist Jose Talavera
will do the booting.
The race will honor the Pana Panama
ma Panama National Red Cross and mem members
bers members of this worthy institotion
will be on hand to collect dona donations
tions donations from the fans.

The secondary attraction should
be a genuine thriller. Eight sec second
ond second series printers Double
Four, Xistullari, Homan, Playboy,
Bacancito, Dependable and
Deauville will fight it out in
the $750 six furlong dash. Nine
other interesting races are on
the program.
Yesterday aftrenoon Ali scored
by a necjt over Siete y Medio in
the featured $1,000 seven furlong
sprint for first series imported
thoroughbreds. The running of the
race and the result caused many
fans to protest.
Ali, which until two weeks ago
was an entrymate of Siete yI Me Medi
di Medi and Pan Tostado, this week
need under the colors of the Stud
Ceatolei with Manuel Rivera list listed
ed listed as his trainer.
Mrs. Delia Acevedo's entry of
Siete y Medio-Pan Tostado per performed,
formed, performed, as usual, under the train training
ing training of Eulogio Beneclito. The entry
was sent off an Odds on mutuel fa favorite
vorite favorite while Ali went off a rank
outsider.
Ali sprinted to the front in the
first furlong and was allowed to
set his pace in hand. Three fur furlongs
longs furlongs out Siete y Medio eased into
second place but was not put to a
drive until Ali had opened a three threelength
length threelength lead entering the home homestretch.
stretch. homestretch. In the final sixteenth, Siete y Me Media
dia Media gained rapidly and was fast
cutting darn on Ali's lead at the
wire but he fell short by a neck.
There were many uncomplimen uncomplimentary
tary uncomplimentary comments about leading jock jockey
ey jockey Braulio Baeza's ride.
After the race the stewards call
ed up all the riders and made an
investigation.
Ali paid $21.80 to win. He was
ridden by Alejandro Perez.

The day's riding star. however,
was hustling Heliodoro Gustines.
He scored four wins while Baez&
was the runnerup with three. Gus Gustines
tines Gustines pusluA home Stacatto,
niart, Tuti Fruti and Daniel while
Baeza won with Atrayente, Abo Abolengo
lengo Abolengo and Serres Road.
The dividens:
First Race
1Mikel $52.40, $21.80
2Msese $0.20

3rd

Second Race
1Atrayente $3., RAO
2Falange $7.20
First Double Ilan

Third Race
IDaniel $2.20
2No place betting
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Fourth Race
1Now Then $4, 82.60
2Pepin $2.20
Quiniela SSA
Fifth Race
1Tuti Fruti $5.80, $3.20

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Horse Jockey St. Consomme Odds
1st Race "E" Natives a Furlongs Parse 0375.00 Pool Closes 1:00
lst RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1Piehoto A. Lour less
2Domitila B. Baeza
3Tanara G. Milord
4Linda Susy H. Gustines
5Silver Girl H. Hidalgo
6Buseapleitos M. Chalmers
7Tanganica E. Dario
8Mary lin J. Ul loa
9EI Pequefio 0, Madrid

2nd Race 7th Series Imp. 8
2nd RACE
1Corviglia H. Macias
2Indian Call D. Delgado
31Teloreo M. Chalmers
4Latino B. Vasquez
5Greco C. Navarro
6Lanero H. Pitty
7Thunderstreak F. Justini.
8Cordial O. Madrid
9(Campagnard C. Qutros
I0(Renata J. Faint

Raco

2Silvana
3Flash
4Chaila
5Cristobalina

"NonWinnors" Nat. 4 P.Purso 1300.00 Pool Moos 2:01

4th Rego "Spclor Imp. 1 ligs.Porso 050.00
OUINIELA

1Quien Sera H. Gustinet
2Alanita B. Baez&
3Materaje H. Pitty
4Barracuda H. Mora
5Reina Negra B. Aguirre
6-01d Smuggler J. Samani.
7Marie Chantal F. Juatinia.

Sth Race "D"
1San Vicente
2Don Vito
3Don Brigido
4Bugaba

6th Rae Stil Sprips Imp. 6 Fos.
1st RACE OF

1Contralor M
2La Brie&
4Teddy
5Le Matelot
6Tar Poe&
7Distingo

7th Race

1Posiblemente
2Mbigense
3His Majesty
4Vesputie
5Cervecero
6Sicabu
7(Miehaux
8(High Day

Sth Race "Cots
Purse $2000.
1Jaco
2Puerto .141.
3Tierral
4(Piceolino
5(Santanero
6Pops)
7Nairobi)

Valenzuela 113
B. Baeza 115
J. Talavera 105
Ir. Alvarez 108
B. Aguirre 115
H. Mora 112
H. Gustines 118

1th Race 2m1 Uri" imp. 6 Pis.
ONE
1Double Four H. Mora 120
2Xistullari H. Hidalgo 100
3Homan B. Baeza 108
4Play Boy F. Sanchez 111x
5Tatin J. Phillips 106
6B a c a ncito G. Milord 110
7Dependable F. Alvarez 112
8Deauville H. Gustines 115

10th !taco ith Sorks Imp. 7 Ogs.

1Bongaros
2Blancor
3Princess G.
4Skoll
5Mi Deseo
6Pardine

lith Rasa 7til Series Imp.
2Roina G. Milord
3Cuquita F. Alvarez
4Platano B. Baeza,
5Litenciado H. Mora
6Mar Bravo A. Reyes R.
7Balek Jet H. Pitty
8Dagon Jose Rodrig.
9Frijolito A. Alfaro
10Lo Moscoso H. Gust Ines
11(Victoria R. J. Talavera
12(Maftriculado H. Hidalgo

2Chia $5.0
Sixth Rice
1Maniart $2o $2.0
2-0torongo $2.80

Seventh Race
1Abo lengo $4.40, $2.40
2Alucinado 04-88
Second Double $7.40
Eighth Race
1Stacatte $2.80 $2.20
2Arancel $3.20
Quiz& la OA
Ninth Race
1Dlocese $14.80, ;LH
2Granadero $3.40
One-Two PUS.

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Tenth Race
$21.80, $2.20
2Siete y Medi, $2.20
Eleventh Race
1Serres Road $6.88, $2.80
2Son Ice $2.80
OneTwo: $28

103x Good recent races
115 Returns in good shape
115 Ready to score here
110 Back in best form
97x Early speed only
100x Not good enough
102 Would pay off
110 Usually disappoints
103x Not against these

Illgs.Purso $450.00 Poo! Voss' 1:30
OF THE DOUBLE
105x Form indicates 2-1
102x Early speed only 15-3
110x Distance handicatx 25-
112x Ran well in last
110x Could score here 5.!
107x Rates good chance 10-1
115x Contender this time 5-2
107x Poor recent races 10-1
115x Seeins' best 'here 2-1
103x Track's wrst quitter .2-1

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J. Phillips 110 Much the best 1-2
H. Hidalgo 99xCould be runnerup 3-1
T. Sanchez 100xEarly speed only 10-1
B. Bona 108 Jockey may help 3-t
F. Juatiniani 1108 Reportedly improved 4-1
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105 Improving slowly 1-1
11.2 Has far workouts 3-1
107x Big disappointment 104
106 Reportedly ready 4-1
110 Has best early foot .54
110 Rates chance too 5-1-i
100x Hasn't shown much 10-1

Natives 7 Fps.Purso 3400.00 Pool Closes 3:00
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J. Salmenteg 112 Can score again
G. Milord 115 Depends on start 2-1
J. loa 113 Fractious; dangerous
H. Gustines 105 Hard to beat bere 4-5

ittil Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purso $600.00
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Purse 2500.00 Pool Closes 3:40
THE DOUBLE
Lacks early speed 4-1
Quits badly in stretch 5-2
Would pay off here 30-11
.Usually close up 3-1 ,,
Last was revealing 5-2
Rates beat on torm 2-1 i
Will fight to finish 5-21

Pool Cies,

H. Gustines 113 Could score again
J. Ill loa 115 Form indicates
A. Perez 116 Reportedly improved
B. Aguirre 108 Enjoying rare form
F. Alvarez 105 Not against these
H. Hidalgo 105xNothing to indicate
B. Baeza 115 Depends on start
G. Montero 110 Nothing recently

and PI 114'1 P.
Pool Closes 4:0

J. Talavera 118
B. Baeza 118
A. Perez 118
H. Guatines 118
B. Aguirre 118
J. Mos 115
H. Mora,113

F. Ahrarel; 108
B. Baeza 115
J. Phillips 106
A. Perez 108
J. 13110a 118
H. Pitty 109x

Impressive Win last
Should be runnerup
Doesn't seem likely
Vastly improved
Much the best
Not against these

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ON111 TWO

Pas. poor ride in last
112 Nettling to recommend
110 Tougher field here
112 Jockey not enough
106 Distance to liking
105 -,Would pay juky odd
109x Not with this rider
108 Would surprise
112 Colikt score again
118 -.Torn' indicates
105 Distance handicaps
112x -Lae tip loot wilek

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Would surprise 2-1 i4
Fonn Indicates 8-5
Could get home first 0-5

Purse 5750.00 Peel Closes 1:15
TV0
Former sprint champion 2-1
Good longshot chance 5-1'
--Distance to liking 4-1
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f,te.to certifif,te.to officers Of the :518th Engineer Company (Combat). Fort
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park for the post. Receiving the award for the company are lst
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Men of the 5181.h. built aa set of reinforced concrete bleachers.
constructed dupput facilities and reconditioned the field. The
prOject was initiated by 'Maf Frederick m. Wells, Little League
baseball cOorclinator.
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By HARRY GRAYSON
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NEW YORK 'NEA) All a
third tnajor,league needs go ; be:
successful- is- full- tooperation on
the part of the two existing
wheels:
The big, question' ia: will the
proposed new circuit get it ?Ev ?Everybody
erybody ?Everybody remotely acquamted whit
the,,tightly-knit little group now
running the works ts it pleases
seriously doubts this.
The utterly stupid move that
left .the le million people of the
New York metropolitan area
without major league ball for
half the season opened the gala
' wide for a brand new organiza organization.
tion. organization. The Triple A nternational
League easily could be the nu nucleus
cleus nucleus or the third big loop while
retaining its present name. Tne
International has three genuine
,major league franchieset. law lawtreal,
treal, lawtreal, Toronto and Buffalo, the lat latter
ter latter tw independeMly owned.
New York could be a fourth and
then the organizers could go into
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Dallas-Fort
Worth and other locations ciam ciamoring
oring ciamoring for admission.
THE PACIFIC C AST LRAGUR
b
with Ks rapidly growing commu communitues
nitues communitues was perfectly get up to be
another major circuit. The idr
western wheel was on the right
'track whin it demanded and ob,
tained open classification as ler
as the drafting of players was
concerned. An athlete could not
1)e drafted by the majors without
his consent. i
The weakness on the golden
slope was that the two potential potentially
ly potentially richest franchises, Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles and San Francisco, were own owned
ed owned by major league outfits. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, Walter F. O'Malley was
looking .forward to moving the
Brooklyn club to southern Cal California
ifornia California when he swapped his Fort
'Worth rights to the Chicago Cubs
for the Los Angeles franchise
iand the land grab that came
Iwith it.,
When it first became ceitain
that the Giant; were blowing off
Harlem and -the Dedgers forsak forsaking
ing forsaking Flatbush, this department
suggested to President Frank J.
Shaughnessy that the Internation International
al International League declare itself a major
and' move into New York.
SHAG SHAUGHNESSY'S AN ANIswElt
IswElt ANIswElt was the question you bear
DOW: "Where would ,we get the
players?"
Wihat Shaughnessy meant was
that all minor leagues, from Tri Tripie
pie Tripie ,A on doWn, have for years
depended upon the majors for
material., Through affiliates or
working' agreements, practically
all big league clubs control from
300 to 400:hired hands. The Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, for 'example, have three Tri Triple
ple Triple A clubs.
'This is where it would be nec necessary
essary necessary for the present majors to
cooperate' totally with the new
circuit. Players would have, to be
sold at reasonable rates. If this
could be arranged In good will,
the difference between the play play1
1 play1 ing of 600t major league players
and the current 400 hardly would
be noticeable.

THE PENSION PLAN COULD
be worked out, further fattened
by a round robin World Series in instead
stead instead of the present best four of
seven games.
All hands would have an equal
crack at the source of the tal talent
ent talent the colleges and sandlots.
The overage life of a big league
performer now is no more than
eight years. No more than five
years would be required te heve
eveiything On an even basis.
Good pliyers are mightx scarce
now, but more jobs would tend
to develop more accomplished
combatants.
There is ample room and a de
mand for a third major league,
but.tion't stand at attention or
out in the hot sun-bareheaded un until
til until the present magnates my:
"Come on in, boys. We're de delighted
lighted delighted to cut you in on our racket."

' Goshen, N. Y. (NEA)
Each entry in the Tkan Free.
for-All Trot at Goshen's Historie
Track, July 10, has won a mini minimum
mum minimum of $50,000 and most have
broken 2:00.

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By ROBERT MUHL
WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPI)
- haired Gardnar Molloy
proved yesterday that youth is not
the complete answer to experi experience
ence experience when he dazzled 18-year-oid
Earl Buchholz with a remarkable
repertoire of tennis shots to reach
the fourth round of the Wimbledon
tournament with a 6-4, 7-5, 8-4 vic victory.
tory. victory. Baffied Buchholz, pounding the
center court turf in frustration,
got a tennis lesson as well as a
beating from the bespectacled at attorney,
torney, attorney, who was winning tourna tournaments
ments tournaments years before the lanky St.
Louis schoolboy was born.
By winning, Molloy joined Alex
Olmedo of Los Angeles and Barry
MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, among
the last 16 surviVors in the men's
singles division. 0 e American
was beaten in the 3rd round yes yesterday
terday yesterday when Jack Frost of Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, Calif, lost to Joergen Ulrich
of Denmark, 9-7, 7-5, 6-1. Olmedo
and MacKay reached the fourth
round on Thursday.
Beverly Paker Fleitz of Long
Beach, Calif., and Janet Hopps of
Seattle, Wash., won third round
singles matches yesterday, put putting
ting putting four American women among
the last 6 of their division. Mimi
Arnold of Redwood City, Calif.,
Belmar Gunderson of Chambers Chambersburg,
burg, Chambersburg, Ps., and Karol Fageros of
Miami, Fla., were eliminated In
the third round.
Miss Fleitz, who is seeded third
and represents America's best
hope for the women's title, defeat defeated
ed defeated Christine Mercelis of Belgium,
4-6, 6-1, 6-4. Miss Hopps beat
Erika Latmert of Germany, 8-1,
6-4. Darlene Hard of Montebetlo,
Calif., and Sally Moore of Bakers Bakersfield,
field, Bakersfield, Calk, had advanced to the
fourth round Thursday.
Among the beaten U.S. women,
Miss Fageros defaulted her match
to Norma Marsh of Australia be be;atm
;atm be;atm of illness; Miss Arnold was
eliminated by eixth-seeded Maria
Bueno of Brazil, 5-7, 6-3, 6-1, and

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DIES MINTING
INDIAN STYLI

Field & Stream

By WARREN PAGE
WHAT of the reifies' type
who's got to keep moving or feel
he isn't really hunting, the born
bird dog?
The greatest error the walk walkabout
about walkabout deer hunter can commit is
to go' too fast. He who runs
through the timber at a steady
pace, looking chiefly at the
ground to prevent breaking his
neck, moves many deer, sees
relatively few, kills almost none.

Nine out of 10 of the deer be
sees are already bucketing out
of there, giving him just one or
two flashes of white tails waving
in disdain. They heard him com coming
ing coming 400 yards away, waited just
long enough to make dead sure
the racket was a man and not a
harmless ,bulidozer.
This character is helpful chief chiefly
ly chiefly to some hunter sitting in quiet
concealment half a mile away.'
along a track the deer will use
in working away from harm.
The walkabout deer hunter
should spend 90 per cent of his
time steadily peering into the
timber not only ahead but to the
side and even behind, in dead deadquiet
quiet deadquiet listening for the leaf-rustle
that may betray a feeding or
sneaking eer. Three steps then
stop, look and liken. Three more
and stand quietly again.
Step on solid rocks, on firm
ground, never onto deadfalls
that may crack and spook. every
deer within earehot.
Every. type of deer hears far
better than he sees or smells.
Work upwind as much of the day
as possible. Stay high on the
ridge in the morning, down
nearer the valley in the hour
before sunset in order to take
advantage of the flow of warm warming
ing warming or cooling, rising or down downflowing
flowing downflowing air.
, The man who hunts alone,
moving quietly along to one
side of the big track he believes
to be that of a buck, easing him himself
self himself into positions for a half
hour or so of watching a likely
spot, drifting along from one bit
of cover to the next, be is the
man who has most fun. He at attempts
tempts attempts to out-sneak and outwit
the smartest of game animals.
Yet he may not get the shot
he hopes for a a feeding or
bedded deer. More likely, in a ateas
teas ateas hunted hard enough to keep
deer jumpyand this it the case
in virtually all forested area s
harboring Whitetail he gets a
jump shot, a runner.

TROJAN TRACK
Lon Angeles (NEA) T h e
University of Southern Cali
fornia track tom won seven the
past season to extend its con consecutive
secutive consecutive dual meet record with without
out without a loss to 85.

THE EVNDAY AMERICAN

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Whit' WhiOs Buchholz; !No One Even Knew Rixey Setif.
Ycitith Is Not Cciinplete Mciiik Spahn is Due To Break,,

Answer To Experience

Miss Gunderson lost to Hula Mor Morrison
rison Morrison of New Zealand, 3-6, 6-3, 13-3.
Hidden in the seore of the Alaloy-Buchbolz
match was the story
of a wily old-timer forcing a
stronger, faster, hard hitting
youth into losing game simply by
employing a style of tennis Buch Buchholz
holz Buchholz rarely encountered before in
matches against the serve and andsmash
smash andsmash players of his own genera generation.
tion. generation. The strokes flowed from Mul Mulloy's
loy's Mulloy's racket with the fluency of
he old master he is a link
to the golden age of amateur ten tennis
nis tennis before the last war. He pro produced
duced produced spinning forehands and
angled forehands, half-volleys and
stop volleys, lobs plain and top
spin, and placements that de
lighted the packed stands and the
royal box with its celebrities.
Former Prime Minister An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden, convalescing from a
long illness, clapped in klee as
Mulloy's artistry staved off the
challenge of youth. It was one of
the most popular sentimental
wins in years, even though as far
as the future of tennis goes,
Buchholz, ranked No. 9 in the U.
S. to Mu lloy's 26th, would have
been a more valuable victor.

Diz Called
His Pitches

NEW YORK NEA) One
day in 1934 Dizzy Dean of the St.
Louis Cardinals, who won 3C
games tIat season, went to call
on his pals in the Brooklyn lock locker
er locker room.
Dean was ordered out by Ca Casey
sey Casey Stengel.
Dizzy was offended by Man Manager
ager Manager Stengel's command and
said, "I don't wanna leave.
There's no rule says I can't visit
here."
There wasnt at the time, but
1Stengel wanted Dean out of the
clubhouse.
1 "We're gonna have our meet meetin'
in' meetin' now," Case said, "and talk
over how we're going to play
the game.
"Go right ahead,' invited Diz
zy. "I'd like to hear."
"You can't,' snorted Stengel.
"Youre on the other team. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, youre pitching against us
today."
"Like to know how I'm going
to pitclh to every one of your
guys?" Dizzy asked.
He went down the entire
Dodger batting order, calling his
shots.
"Don't get the Idea you're
gonna beat me, just because you
know how I'm pitching," Dizzy
Dean warned. "I'm gonna beat
you anyhow.'
He did, 5-3, allowing seven hits.

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CINCINNATI NEA) One
of these afternoons or nights
Warren Spahn will win his 286th
victory in the National League.
This will tie the record tor
most games won by a left-nanded
pitcher in the elder cireu.a.
There will be a celebration.
The ball Spahn used to pitch
No 268 will be forwarded to the
Hall of Fame. The Braves' line
pitcher will be interviewed, ask asked
ed asked if be remembers winning No.
1, No. 100, No. 200, etc.
A Milwaukee newspaper will
print a full page of Spahn's pic pictures.
tures. pictures. A Chicago newspaper will
carry an eight column speead,
showing Spahn from windup to
delivery. ,A New York newspaper
run a picture of Spahn's left
arm.
The National League, and ap apJvopriately
Jvopriately apJvopriately so, may give Spahn
a silver tray engraved with 266
small baseballs. The league
does something for noteworthy
performances, and hcre's one
that ought to be recognized.
But what about the man who
had the record? What did they
do when Eppa Rixey set the rec record?
ord? record? I asked him, and he said,
"Nothing. Nobody even knew I
had a record. There wasn't so
much emphasis in those days."
Rixey started pitching in 1912,
won his 266th victory in 1933, his
last year.
"Tom Swope,, the baseball
writer for The Cincinnati Post,
gave me a copy of my record
When I quit," he recalled. "He
wrote that it was the best ever
made in the league by a left leftbander.
bander. leftbander. It didn't rate national
headlines."
Rixey pitched 21 years, aim a
league record, with time out in
1918 for World War Then be
went into the insurance business
in Cincinnati.
Most of his memories are
laughs on himself.
"The third game I won in the

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. NEA)
How do you win a stock car
racing title?
"It's easy with jalopies," says
pionship of that division last sea season.
son. season. "'rhere are very few really
good front-running jalopes. So,
if you have a decent car, all you
do is coast in the rear for half
the feature. By then most of
the cars ahead have smashed or
burned themselves out. The
field becomes small and then a
good driver cain easily work his
way toward the front.
"The trick is to keep running
and out of the way of crash crashhappy
happy crashhappy jockies. You win a few
and points pile up."
Carter of Wilson, N. Y is
looking for a stock car to drive.
"That division is a little tough tougher
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National League was in 1912 in
Cincinnati. I was pitching for
Philadelphia. Bill Phelon, sports
editor of The Times-Star, had a
flair for poems. He wrote one a about
bout about me. My name didn't fill out
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it, so he added to it. He called
me 'Eppa Jeppa Rixer
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name is Eppa Rixey, Jr., and
that's all. But the Jeppa was
picked up. People assumed it
was right. I got cousins in Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia who write me that waY
They believe it's my real name.
Some, of the record boks carry
it thal way."
Like ail pitchers, Rixey hat a
fabulous memory of his base
hits.
"I usually hit my weight, 195,"
he recollected. "But one day I
got a home run, a double and
two singles off Jess Haines. That
night they had the big tornado
in Lorain, O., and believe those
base hits started it."
Record books show that Rixey
stole two bases in 21 years.
'One was a double steal with
Bubbles Hargrave," he said,
laughing. "I think Bubbles and
I were the slowest men in base baseball.
ball. baseball. We stole on Gabby Hart HartnetA,
netA, HartnetA, who had the best throwing
arm of any catcher in baseball.

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Rixey pitched for the Fbillies.
sand Reds. In 12 of 21 years, be,
was with a second-division cit114.',"
That's why Epps Rixey,
belongs in baseball's Ilan of ;11,
Fame in Cooperstown.
Never did one matt do' so much
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FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom residence,
grevoiusly occupied by Bolivian
Minister in Ecuador A No.
28. Livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen. office, two bathroom,
maid's room with service, wash
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FOR RENT:Recently built cha chalet,
let, chalet, three bedrooms, hot water,
air conditioner. 7th. Street No.
31 corner 50th, Street, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. FOR REN7:Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished house, large living room,
porch, terrace, balcony. mald's
room. garage for two can and
Video', hot water and air condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-4567 or 3-5023.
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FOR RENT: Large furnished
moms. Inquire Peru Ave. No.
34. after 5 a.m.
RENT:Large bright fur furitished
itished furitished room, independent en entrance,
trance, entrance, semi-private bath, Via Es Espak
pak Espak y Perejil (Bella Vista), cal,
3-1081.
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RENT:---local tommercial
at Just Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information 2-2341.
FOR RENT:Officas in Voila Voilarine
rine Voilarine Building. For information
call Tol. 3 6700. Mr. lack
Mercor.
FOR RENT:Space suitable for
shop or storage. $2300 per
mewls. Apply 'suitor at TI-132,
4th of July A r phono
Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
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IApartments
FOR RENT: Completely and
nicely twrrlished house and
apartment in Bella Vista. Phone
3-0553.
FOR RENT:--All-screentd, mod modern
ern modern and attractive two-bedroom
apartment, covering entire, uo uoPe;
Pe; uoPe; floor of new and lovely two twostory
story twostory building at Nuevo Campo
Alegre. Living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's room with bathroom.
space for laundering, cold and hot
water, garage. Added attraction
of over 80 square meters of ter terrace.
race. terrace. Good view a Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Telephone 3-7599.
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FOR RENT:7-Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment modern. clean building. Ar Army
my Army approved. Convenient loca location.
tion. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT:Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. dining-living
room, maid's room, bathroom,
hvo balconies. Paitilla, 14th St.,
Street. Ask for Mario. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 4-1268 after 6 pin. $95.
FOR RENT:Very modern one
bedroom apartment. near El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hotel, S65.00. Call 3-
.3421.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment. 2 bathroom. dinette,
large kitchen, front and back
porches, garage. "122 Street and
Via Argentina, El Cangreio, Tel.
3-6170. 2-2379.
FOR RENT:In Campo Alegre,
nicely furnished one livingroom
apartment, Ithchen bathroom,
hot water, etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT:Duples apartment,
porch, terrace, garden, beautiful
surrounding, Transisthmian High Highway
way Highway No. 9, Vallarino 4-1016.
FOR RENT:Completely fur furfurnished
furnished furfurnished apartment, 2 bedroom,
liviugroom, diningroom, large
porch. Venetian blinds, garage,
linen, China glassware Exclusive
residential section. Bella Vista.
Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT:Modern and at att
t att r a ctiv e two bedroom apartment.
With all conveniences, near Pan Panama
ama Panama Hotel, Campo Alegre. Tel.
3-0702.
FOR RENT:Furnithed altart altartmint,
mint, altartmint, two bedroom, San Francis Francisco,
co, Francisco, 86 Street No. 6, near Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, makable for two aouples,
MOO per month. Apply janitor
et T1-132, 4th of July A
or piton Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
FOR RENTI Small furnished
apartment or furnished room.
Bost rosidontial action. 43rd
Street No. 13.
WANTED
WANTED: Employment for
good housekeoped. Phone Gatun
415.
WANTED: 2 saddle horses,
call 82-3255. 8-4, 83-6173,
after 4 Pm.
1 Boats El Motors
FOR SALE:-8 his. marine en engine,
gine, engine, Carlson. Balboa 3548.
SOVIETS ASK DAMAGES
COPENHAGEN (UPI)The Co Copenhagen
penhagen Copenhagen newspaper Berlingske
Tidende said Thursday the Soviet
Union had demanded S850,000 in
damages from Denmark as the
result of the crash of a Russian
airliner here in August, 1957, The
Russian plane hit a power station
chimney about 210 feet above the
ground and crashed into the har harbor.
bor. harbor. All 23 passengers and crew
members were killed.
TAFT VISITS FAIR
GENEVA (UMSecretary of
Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson
toured the International Food Fair
at Lausanne today and found the
U.S. exhibit "tempting." fienon
and his wife flew to Geneva from
Paris and drove immediately to
t,ausanne to see the 3-nation ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
1 AGENCY DEHL1NOER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
Al! Types of Auto Insurance
CAR OUTPUT RISING
DETROIT (IIPII Car manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers in the United Slates are
expected to increase their produc production
tion production by almost 900 units this week,
Automotive News said Thursday.
The trade paper said the indus industry
try industry was expected to turn out 130,-
106 new cars this week compared
with 129,270 last werk. In tt.e
same week a year ago, the indos
try turned out only 92,277 new
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FOR SALE:--1958 Edsel hard
top, 2 door sedan. 11,500 miles,
power steering, power brakes,
auto, transmission, radio, heater,
345 h.p., undercoated. Excellent
condition. $2550.00. Will con consider
sider consider trade. Curundu 83-7139.
FOR SALE:--1951 4 door Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. Dependable transportation.
Phone Balboa 1662 or House
5511-B Diablo.
FOR SALE:Cadillac 4 door se sedan.
dan. sedan. S150. A classic, well pre preserved,
served, preserved, phone Balboa 1662 Of
house 5511-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
convertible Impala coupe, model
1767, color Harbor Blue top,
equipped with Turboglide, push
button radio, and w.w. tires,
available for delivery at Miami,
Florida, on or about July 11,
1959. $2,776.00. Call Mrs.
Brown Panami 2-1759 from 2:00
to 5:30 p.m, or lack Kerr, Colon
800.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ford Sun liner
convertible, Thunderbird engine,
power steering, Fordomatic, ra radio,
dio, radio, duty paid, $1550. Navy
3519.
FOR SALE:-1952 4 door Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, Cranbook sedan, 6 ply
tires, both body and eneine in
fine condition, Tel. 6-511 or,
house No. 0267, Apt. C. Gam Gamboa.
boa. Gamboa. C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
88, power steering, bydramatic
and radio. S5F5 Balboa 6378 or
6444 7:30 3:30.
FOR SALE:--55 Chevrolet, hy hydromatic.
dromatic. hydromatic. radio. 2 tone (black
and white) 2-10 model. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Call Balboa 1835.
FOR SALE:-1957 Chevrolet 2-
door. 1510-A Calabash Street.
Gaviltin Area, Balboa.
FOR SALE:--1957 Ford Fair Ian
SOO Special, Thunderbird motor,
heater and blower, magic bar, ra radio,
dio, radio, clock, power brakes and
steering, windshield washer, back backup
up backup lights, other extras. Qtrs.
334-A Albrook. Phone 3134.
FOR SALE:-1955 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan, 6 cid. Tel. 2-1275.
6333-A, Los Rios.
FOR SALE t-1958 two tone,
two door Ford. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, reasonable priced. Phone 5-
565. Can be seen at house 255-A
Simon, Gatun.
FOR SALE:-1956 Buick Road Roadmaster
master Roadmaster cost 55.000. Luxurious
accessories WW Tires; Tremen Tremendous
dous Tremendous Bargain. Duty paid, 1957
Ford 300 Bought New 1958)
Power Steering Standard Shift
Like New. Phone Curundu 3188
or Panama 3-1568.
YOU ARE NOW
ENTERING A, 4
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FOREWARNED Motorists
entering On the highway lead leading
ing leading from the Air National Guard
Station in St. Louis, Mo., en encounter
counter encounter this sign.
NOlICE TO CONTRACTORS
BUILDERS
INVIRTION TO BID
The American Legion Club,
Post No. 1, Inc.. proposes to
make certain changes and
nitet ions to the building
occupied by them at Fort
Amador, Canal Zone.
These changes will consist
mainly of Construction of
a new kitchen and remodel-,
ing the bar.
Most all the work will be
on the main or street floor.
Plans and specification may
-ne had by contracting the
club manager or Mr. P. L.
Roland at 2-2949. or at Build Buildino,
ino, Buildino, No. 8 Industrial Division
Area.
Bids will ,be opened at the
club at 4:30 PM. July 30,
1959.
The club reserves the riRht
to rolect any or all bids.
P. ROLAND
Contract inz Of f Jeer

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FOR SALE:Hamilton clothes
dryer. Good condition, $60.00.
Phone Albrook 6219.
FOR SALE:Mahogany counter
with cashier's cage and chair Ilx
21 ft., very appropiate for office
or store, also 3 show cases and
3 piece living room set, Colon
Motors, 10th. St. Colon.
LIBRERIA ERITORIAL CARIBE
21-42 "0" Avenue. Tel. 2-5474
Beside Hotel International
BIBLES, CHRISTIAN LITERA LITERATURES.
TURES. LITERATURES. Evangelical Records.
FOR SALE:Zenith radio phono
console and records. Set of
"Bookhouse" for children. Maple
desk, clarinet, bamboo chaise
lounge, 2 Hutch cabinets, 2 yard
chairs and tables. Phone Balboa
1662 or house 5511-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Iron pipe 24 and
28'. Pontoons 48. East 25 Street
Calidonia, Gonzilez-Espino S.A.
FOR SALE:Two exhaust fans,
60 cycle, 440 volts, 5 h.p. May
be seen at Ft. Clayton, Officers
Club Builint T-38. New, have
never been used. Sealed bids will
be opened at 1 p.m. Friday 10th
July.
FOR SALE:Magic Chef gat
stove, 875, RCA refrigerator,
both excellent condition, phone
3-7018.
Girls! Bo not dismayed if your
hair resembles steel wool or a
tired broom. Pat Smith can re recondition
condition recondition those haystack locks.
Gene ll's Beauty Shop, Coco li
Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
FOR SALE :--Gasoline driven
electric plant, 9kv, 110220
volts. I phase. $250.00 Bak
boa 2-3630.
LEARN TO DRIVE IN PANAMA
CITY WITHOUT DANGER
DUAL CONTROLLED CAR
Tel. 3-0338.
I SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi anti
transistors.
We do more Work. beams wo
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 hill1W
9 A.M. to 110 P.M.
PERSONALS 1
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CI.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
The following persons are re requested
quested requested to contact the CREDIT
DEPARTMENT of AUTOS EISEN EISENMAN,
MAN, EISENMAN, S.A. IMMEDIATELY:
SP4 ERNEST J. BRYAN
Co. "B" Ft. Kobbo, CZ.
ROBERT L. FAIRBANKS
US Army Garrison-Ft. Clayton,
CZ.
LOSTClarinet in Black Cate If
fond call Balboa 3569. Reward
to finder.
NEWTYPIE GLAMOR GIRL
DERBY, England (UPI) The
local carnival committee, reach reaching
ing reaching for a "new look" in beauty
contests, came up with a 62-
year-old queen. The committee
said it picked Mrs. Martha Sta.
ley because it was "fed up with
glamor girls interested only in
mink and money."
MOTHER KEPT PRISONER
WIMBLEDON, England UPI)
A mother told a juvenile court
yesterday that she was kept a vir virtual
tual virtual prisoner in her own home by
her 13-year-old daughter: The
nibther said for a while she had
been going out once every year,
on her weding anniversary, but
her daughter bad stopped that
Me court said the girl was "be "beyond
yond "beyond control" and decided to take
up the case again July 19.
Jazz Buffs From
Set For Ft. Kobbe
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A change in the starting time for
the Second Internatioval Jazz Fes Festival,
tival, Festival, to be held at the Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Service Club, has been an announced.
nounced. announced. Sessions tomorrow an&
Monday will get underway at 5:30
p.m. and continue until 9:30.
Professionals and amateurs with
talent and enthusiasm. for jazz
have signed up to participate in
the festival. They represent mili military.
tary. military. civic, and high school orga organizations.
nizations. organizations. Many are vocalists and
instrumental soloists who will join'
other groups after the festival
starts. Others are band, combo,
and iazztime favorites.
What they will play, nobody
knows, hut it will be all jazz. Last
year many numbers caught on
with other participants joining in.
until single performances became
imnromntii all-shr features.
Vocalists include Vilma Dacosta,
Josephine Freaser, Carrie Pres.
coif, Albert Almantlne, Henry

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FOR SALLElectric range, 30
inch, Kenmore, overhauled, full fullwidth.
width. fullwidth. oven, $1.00., Navy 3260.
FOR SALE:--Rogs in large sizes.
"Easy" gas clothes drier, Mangle
ironer. All items in excellent
condition. Phone 3-6775.
FOR SALEPanama Stool Com Company,
pany, Company, class A proterrod with com common
mon common shares, 810.00. Phone 3-
2440, 1-5487.
FOR SALEsGE. refrigerator.
S50. Small deep freeze. $50.
Good condition. Call 3-1773.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire I I km.
ft., top freezing compartment. 34
ton air-conditioner. Stays. All in
excellent condition. Rorie 3-
2308, Panamd.
FOR SA1-2:Leave Isthmus, bed bedroom
room bedroom set, cost 8300.00, selling
tor $150.00. 0 double bed with
Beauty Rest mattress, $70.00,
plants and other articles. Tel. 83-,
7219.
FOR SALE:-12 Venetian blinds blindsvarious
various blindsvarious sizes lot $3000; 2
Gray broodloom rugs 7' by 9'
$2000 each; 1 G.E. Radio,
S500; 1 Mahogany Radio Table
$500; 1 Presto Cooker, $400;
Bedroom Rugs Set, $4.00 Tel.
Balboa 4254, House 5711-D
Diablo.
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Animals
FOR SALE:Boston Terrier pup
pies, AKC registered. Call Nav7
3986, between 9:00 a.m. and
7:00 p.m.

New Houseboats Offer
Leisure Living Comfort

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By WM. TAYLOR McKEOWN
AN OLD style of craft, tile
houseboat, is gaining new popE popElarity
larity popElarity in the parade of boats
down waterways.
But today's fully equipped
houseboat is a far cry from the
shanty boats that used to float
leisurely along.
This year's houseoat is a
floating symbol of the contorts
,that modern boating families
like to enjoy on water.
In a, hull 30 feet long you will
find bunks for six, stall' showers,
a fully-equipped galley that can
include deep freeze, gas stove
and hot running water. There is
a large main cabin with stand standing
ing standing headroom everywhere, and
above on the cabin top a sun
deck with easy chairs for 10.
Here are all the facilities of a
house trailerand those mobile
homes of the highway have al already
ready already been mounted on rafts on
occasion and taken to sea. Am Amphibious
phibious Amphibious models are also availa available.
ble. available. The houseboat leaves crowd crowded
ed crowded traffic behind and anchors in
a secluded cove where you
can vacation far from the rest of
the world.
New motors and construction
fethods have made possible this
recent popularity.
A small modern outboard or
inboard engine can push along
a houseboat at a comfortable
speed, while slightly more horse horsepower
power horsepower will produce from 15 to
20 miles per hour fast enough
for water skiing! Houseboat3 go
rater now because they are
lighter, constructed of m a rine
plywood, aluminum or fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass and often mounted on pon pontoons
toons pontoons of cellular high-flotation
plastic.
There are disadvantages as
well, of course. To the eye of
the old salt, the houseboat's boxy
shape is not a thing of graceful
beauty. The deiign is not one
for a passage to Tahiti.
But today's boatman does not
have to go that far td find fun.
For every offshore cruiser there
are thousands of boatmen who
like the sight of land and the
chance to enjoy the sheltered
rivers, lakes and harbors with
which America abounds.
The prudent houseboatman
picks clam ,weather for any ex
All Over isthmus
Festival Tomorrow
Kilts and Ivan Porter.
Zone Tones were the first vocal
group to enter. They the are Miss Misses
es Misses Peggy Norman, Ginger Lytle,
Ruth and Vena Bennett.
From Fort Clayton come The
Naturals, who placed second in
the All-Army Entertainment Con Contest
test Contest at Clayton. The Naturals are
Bill Aldridge and Greg and Paul
Ma rvenko.
Cristobal will be represented by
the Sky Tones and Dominoein
Featured will be the Armed
Services Rand and such favorites
as Arthur Branch, The Gay Spots,
The Jets. Archibald Lecky,
Martin, Clarence Martin, and Wal Walter
ter Walter Wood.
The Jazz Festival is opthn to the
public. Registration is still open to
anyone who would like to parti participate
cipate participate in the program tomorrow
Monday nights. For more infor information,
mation, information, phone Mrs. Dorris Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell at 84-6123.

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Sat., 2 p.m. Sat for Sun.
Mies open 1-5 weekdays.
Real Estate
FOR SALlsLoto 500 and 1.000
meters. in the Nuevo Hipirdrome
Urbanisatio, across the Romeo
Aacetrack. AU lots with ottreet
fronts. sewage. water main and
electricity. Call W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE:Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, 4ibrary, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1,800
m. 9th. Street No. ZS, San
Francisco.
IMiscellaneous I
Hints to Husbands! Possibly she
doesn't realize how much her
personal appearance means to
you. Diplomatically suggest that
her hair, skin and nails could
stand a spot of grooming. Ge Genoire
noire Genoire Beauty Shop, Coco li Club Clubhouse.
house. Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
IMotorcycles I
FOR SALE: Lanibrotts motor
scooter, new, 8300. Coll Curtin Curtindu
du Curtindu 4198.
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SURVIVORS RESCUED
SINGAPORE (UPI) The Ja Japanese
panese Japanese freighter Meiwa Maru
picked up 26 survivors of the
Greek freighter M. V,. Gesirgios
which was reported to have sunk
in the Indian Ocean off the An Andaman
daman Andaman Islands, shipping sources
said today.
'tended crossing of a wife lake
or bay, plans ahead for a shel sheltered
tered sheltered anchorage or mooring.
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The wide sides el the house houseboat
boat houseboat act as a sail in a breeze
and make steering somewhat
more difficult, but the helmsman
learns he cannot drive up to a
dock as he would in a runabout.
He uses power plus the windage
of the boat to ease his large
craft into place. Sometimes he
will drop anchor a distance from
the slip and pay out anchor line
to edge himself in and out.
A novelty craft that adapts
the deck space ot the houseboat
is found in the many pontoon
rafts now available. Designed for
day sailing, the rafts are pushed
along by outboard power and of offer
fer offer swimming platform, sun deck
and floating. keit.
One couple made a list of ev evterything
terything evterything they wanted aboard a
!dream boat. When the list got
too long for an ocean liner, they
compromised on a houseboat
called "Marmelaide' with a mix mixture
ture mixture of the many features. This
; 4.5-foot craft carries a catamaran
'on davits, has a 17-foot main
, cabin, two bedrooms and baths
!and can lower stilts and raise
itself four feet out of the water
for bottom painting and repairs.
A hOuseboat may be the most
.likely craft for having your cake
and eating it as well, afloat.
FARM CREDIT NEDED
SPRING LAKE, N. J. (UPI)
Farmers will need increasingly
large amounts of capital and cred credit
it credit as their farms become larger
and more mechanized, the N
York State Bankers Assn., said
today. A report read to- the asso association's
ciation's association's 63rd annual convention
here said that farming has been
changing so rapidly that banks,
which traditionally supply t h e
largest percentage of farm credit,
have been losing ground to other
farm financing agencies.
SOVIET AMBASSADOR NAMED
MOSCOW (UPI) The appoint appointment
ment appointment of Yevgeny Zabrodin as So Soviet
viet Soviet ambassador to Nepal was an announced
nounced announced here today. He repiaPPri
Panteleimon Ponomarenko, who
has been transferred to another
post.

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Investor's Guide-By
SAM SHULSKY

By SAM Si-NASKY
Q. Can you suggest any invest investment
ment investment that is as safe as'a savings
bank account but paying more
than 3i1 per cent? If I invested
$50 a month in a mutal fund
would I get more interest than
from a savings bank? Would it
be a safe
A. The question of safety in in investment
vestment investment has plauged many peo people
ple people Entire books have been de devoted
voted devoted to the subject.
lf, by safe, you mean the ab absolute
solute absolute guaranty that you can
have your $3,000 any time you
want it, then there is nothing to
compare with a savings account
insured by a Federal agency, or
with a government savings (E or
H) bond. In either case, the ex exact
act exact amount of money you can
claim at any moment is spelled
out to the penny.
No mutual fund, corporate
common stock or bond can offer
that same form of safety.
If by safety you mean the pro protection
tection protection of your investment from
the inroads of inflation, from a
decline in the purchasing power
of the dollar, then you're asking
something else again.
If the dollar's value is further
cut by inflation, then the purchas purchasing
ing purchasing power of an E bonb would go
down and the purchasing power
of your money invested in secur securitiesmutual
itiesmutual securitiesmutual fund or otherwise
would most likely go up.
Now, the relative values of one
form of investment vs. another
can be debated for hours and for
columns. The outcome will al always
ways always depend upon whether you
want take a chance on increas increasing
ing increasing the number of dollars you
have and the income therefrom,

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OEIM.EdEdi 0
- Things are really oh the hard
side these days as last Sunday's
exedus to the Atlantic side was
a further indication-of- hew tight
the loot is getting to be acquired.
Years aback there would be no
end to the continuous arrival at
the train station for fight fans go going
ing going over to C01041 in order to take
in the pugilistic combat and tbe
sundry other activities on the
Gold Coast the one big Simday
in June.
Altamira's tribute to fellers at
the Abel Bravo gymnasium took
the cake. It was a well balanced
affair and Aston M. Parchient
was t(ops in his address, as
was the Father's Day message
delivered by Minister of Govern Government
ment Government and Justice Jose D. Bazan.
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Soon, yes, this very week,
members of the Junta Femeni Femenina
na Femenina de Beneficencia will be oh ohserving
serving ohserving a dozen Years of conti continuous
nuous continuous operations.
Over this period the group of
females has done every thing
possible for the cause of chari charity.
ty. charity. Recently the far sighted
organization have formed a iu iuvenile
venile iuvenile group comprised mostly
of high school nd university
students.
Tributing Louis Gil ling on Fath Father's
er's Father's Day at a get-together last
Sunday, members of the Club
Las Damas Admirables, honored
the man who sired a relatively
large family and has proven to
be an exemplary dad.
Scheduled to leave for the Unit United
ed United States in the coming week is
Leon Lawes, popular man about
town.
The jovial Leon will be depart departing
ing departing to reside permanently in the
big city.
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Birthday felicitations went out
last Wednesday to Miss Edwina
Sea les.
The popular Edwina spent the
day very quietly, although she
received ongratutations from
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or of protecting those donors yeti
already have.
Not knowing the. perfect solu solution,,it
tion,,it solution,,it would seem the most sen sensible
sible sensible course would be to hays
some of your funds ki both forms
of investments.
Q. I have-never owned stocks,
but am going -to borrow $1,000
and invest in shares,yabied up to
54., I know you advoCitte buying
good shares, probably the $30
or $40 range, but this' would give
me only 25 or 30 shares and if
they went up a full point I'd have
a small profit. If I bought tho
cheap issues and they went, up a
point I would have $100 or more.
A. Your reasoning is smmd, but
only because you evidently have
no experience in the market.
In a recent month, for exam.
ple, two of the biggest percent.
age gains in the stock market
were made by two stocks which
sold around $300 and $400 a share.
If you had put you $1,000 Into
three-shares of the one or two of
the other, you would haw! a prof.
it in the montb of 20 per cent or
more on your $1,000.
On the other hand, I could list
five dozen low-priced stocks which
in the last month would have
shown you a lois or not enough
profit to buy a .pack of cigar cigarettes.
ettes. cigarettes. 1 However, I'm not going to 'stop
you.
' A man Is entitled to Me fling
and you say you have a steady
job and insurance, etc. If you
want to go into hock for $1,600 of
gambling money, all I ean say
is "best of luck."
But I'm not going to be a part partner
ner partner to the deal by suggesting a
ny low-priced issues.
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perfect solu soluL
L soluL the most sen.
I be to have
both forms ','
owned stocks,
borrow $1,000 i
1.1.3ralued up to
dvotate buying
ibly hi the $30
this' would give i
shares and if ),
t point I'd have
I bought tho
hey went, up a
! $100 or more.
Lig is ammd, but J,
evidently have
he market.
nth, for exam.
iggest percent.
stock market
o stocks which
id $400 a share.
ou $1,000 into
?, one or twe of
dd have a prof.
20 per cent or
)00.
ad, I could list
ed stocks which
h would have
or not enough
pack of cigar cigarIt
It cigarIt going to 'stop
KI to Me fling
have a steady
!, etc. If you
ock for $1,000 of
all I ean say
g to be a part part!r
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dell et the,
Dot was Mere&
et knows as
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Wilily Mamas
worker, was
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pis woos tea
parties held be
My.
rinelpal of the
hool and well t
worker, wax
the Panama
ty morning fol.
ment there for ;
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slaYnot thn.ing forhailst
his time.
STRIKE
ngland
ig for Went
e liner Apapa
gd they would '',
dr own meals, r
beds, and tidy r
on the 13-day
aged an sea men
it on strike to )
dal diserimina diserimina's
's diserimina's 'owner named I
steward.
t JAILED
ngland (1.1PD
who Amid he
orders" r, o m
!Reinhard ley leyyesterday
yesterday leyyesterday for
g arrest.
police tear gas
ig seized in his
he was in con-
Heudrich, who
in Czecholo Czecholoist
ist Czecholoist said Baynes
devotion" to
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days, also on the list was Mere&
des soar, better known ae
"Rose." She observed Awe eft
Saturday.
aThe maw, tvaddat
)(oar and hP hubby Claudia
known community workar, was
ktave for Oka lits Apple Ns
kind.
Th haaalf mai wet, tatad
at numbar al partial; kaki in
their honor racoMly
Ellis Fawcett, principal of the
Paraiso High School and well
known ommtmity worker, wax
discharged from the Panama
Hospital on Sunday morning fol following
lowing following his confinement there for
the past week.
Dots all for 10104 ,P1
Thought for today: The men
who lives and does nothing for his
fellow men wastes his time.
SEAMEN STAGE STRIKE
LIVERPOOL, England (UPD--
Passengers sailing for West
Africa aboard the liner Apapa
Thursday were told they would
have to serve their own meals,
make their own beds, and tidy
their own cabins on the 13-day
voyage. The 75 Nigerian seamen
of the Aptipa went on strike to
protest alleged racial discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination after tfie liner's'owner named
a white man chief, steward.
NAZI-WORSHIPER JAIL ED
BLACKPOOL, England (UM
John Baynes, 32, who said he
took telepathinc "orders" from
Nazi Gestapo Chief Reinhard Hey Heydrich
drich Heydrich was Jailed yesterday tot
theft and resisting arrest.
Baynes held off police tear gas
attacks before being seized in his
home. He insisted he was in con constant
stant constant touch weh Heudrich, who
was killed 'in 1942 in Czeeholo Czeeholovakia.
vakia. Czeeholovakia. A psychiatrist said BaYnes
had an "obsessive devotion1 to
the Nazi officer.



74 4. 'Our new state, Hawaii, gets recognition in the form of this
;:libbon lei made from about four yards of satin ribbon. Oath Oath?,
?, Oath?, ring stitches through the center of the ribbon, lengthwise,
1 Create the lei effett. Pretty fake flowers are tacked on
- otateryals.--By GAME DIMAS, NEA Women's Editor

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' '''.Hawall the newest of te:Un.ted,States am y,
O":ne':171,sohtn-ealn$.toChrsa.m, biii o't Com' merce on the Isthmus,
,
Roselyn, Rutin Phillipt; born in Honolulu
o'f Spanish parents ind now mo.rried to-an, Amerioan Army
se'rgeHanowt.' dOe'S. s'iii: Tle-el tib' out, 'statehood for her native

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that's 'macaroni eanahlae4 with raw vegetable", peada. them,

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NORK UPI) --American
cold cream will enter the cold
oear, with RUSSia next month.
Russian women, who for years
bave Jubscribed to the natural',
,lopk, will get to set and sample
our cbsmetics at ,the Amerigan
"national exhibition in Pfoseow
ozkily 25 to -Sept. 5,
Helena Rubinstein be the
P.n13" firm presenting 4t complete
service of skin care and make maketip.
tip. maketip. Demonstrations will be giv giv-
- giv- en in 30-foot kiosk, built like a
careusel with sides, open 50 that
visitors, tan observe the activities
itts4e6
A' stlift,- of 4xperts from the
1,:firnitt Avenue salon will
irgive ,tonpultations ,and face
',treatments, demonstrate spot Kr,-
ducing4xercisea, and stage flat flatly
ly flatly maktmip basic' rules.
, We feet Russian women are
Apngry for knowing beauty 'tare,
Ind ,,we' understand they are bad bad13'
13' bad13' in .11tieil, 11,4tedueing,, exervi.'
.,keS, Sa Ilita a Rubinstein, 51a;'--dame
Helena Rubinstein's, niece.
no- chal chalwAluse
wAluse chalwAluse there ere' all types
, coloring Russia. If we
, would through beauty be little
ambatisadors, 'd be very hap hap41'
41' hap41' 9. she said in ,an interview.
Hiss, Rubin.
Itein-411e Alfa, cd. Victor
'Art Attstralian Industrial designer
, --belieVis that regardless of court court4,tey,
4,tey, court4,tey, or politics, women have
, 'Inherent-love of costmetics. So
'she will brighten, Russiani worn wornen's
en's wornen's days by doling out samples,
booklets printed in Russian,
'giving tzules of skin care: and
make-up. ,
Included in the shipmeits to
liescow will be more than 25,000
, from pale pink for
teenagers to a provocative bright
red called, playing with fire."
k, There-Ids will be 3,000' contain containtiVril
tiVril containtiVril of black Mascara, and 500
Orldow sticitS: 420 ounces of

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deep cleanser, 100 bottlet or pore
lotion, 500 jars of a hormone
cream for women over 35; and
1040 ounces of pasteurized face
cream.
To apply make-up, there will be
1300 hea4ands, 200 make up
capes, 6500 cotton balls, 5000 pa paper
per paper towels, 24 mirros, six tweez tweezers
ers tweezers and 25,000 sheets of cleansing

The whole idea is to tell them
how to' keep youngcorrect wrin wrinkles,
kles, wrinkles, get rid of lines, learn face
massages and neck treatments.
I only hope wives of Russian gov government
ernment government officials will Visit the
salon," Miss Rubinstein said,
smiling.

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The hostess made a remark remarkthat
that remarkthat showed sthe disapproved
of smoldng so the guest made
a mental note not to smoke
during the A guest,. ows
her hostess that, much cow
sideretion.

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WHAT'S MY NAM E7.texais 1
mdvie goers will 'elect a new
name' for 1, Hollywood ,, starlet
I Linde 'Williams Hutchins, above, !,,
'tkrinner of, the contest will get'
';,$5,000,' new; tar and trip ,t0 ,-,.'
Hollywood. Until then,' Lindi'llit
Lbe just 'Idles 2C...,,,,t,.:.,; ,-
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watierful,9, she says. r'Wo have always considered
,
ourselves a part of ihe States, and even though we; will
have tepay feW more,taxes,-,we feel that statehood, will
give us a chance to have a voice in the government."

Mrs. Phillips and her husband,
Sgt. Harry Phil lips, plan to:Jo.
turn to their island paradise and
stay ,after his retirement some
seven years hence. Although both
have enjoyed living-on, the Xsth Xsthmus,',
mus,', Xsthmus,', Mrs. Phillips. 'colic at a
comparison, ,even weatherwise.,-'
"You esenot compare anything
with Hawaii," she says 'firmly.
"It's really paradise, We have
rain, but not too much. We have
warna weather, but not too
mach." ,
Her flattering commentary on
Hawaii also includes Quee n's
Hospital, where she was credit
manager for, ,six years before
joining the sergeant at k'ort itob

Although she has temporarily
abandoned tho ,businoss
Roselyn. Phillips does, nit knew
the meaning of the word "idle "idlenets."
nets." "idlenets." She is, at present, up to
her ears In model airplanes, t
rough balsas,. assorted -wood,
blocki; pencils,' paint lora and
patterns.
She has shouldered the helm' of
the Arta and crafts department
for .Kohhe's summer recreation
program, to open July 6, Ana is
racing against time. to provide
materials to keep some 800 title
hands (thatia. 4410 loungstell
sy for the next Aux weeks. ,,,
Her own talent in the arts and
crafts field, is expressed in. ',the
Phillips home, where unique ar-1
rangements of dried leaves and
flowers are gsed,.,..Withdrough gsed,.,..Withdroughhewn
hewn gsed,.,..Withdroughhewn pottery,, from the Interior.'
wnen the family makes' an expe expedition
dition expedition in the country) the car
trunk usually is filled with .Rose .Roselyn's
lyn's .Roselyn's weedy "finde on the, re reit,tmi
it,tmi reit,tmi r
, Hers ma), be the only, kitchen
on the Isthmus to house a weird

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As an alternate to short white
c-otton gloves for summer, try
the tame style in pale beige.,
Beige is a neutral color, too. 1
If you have always yearned
for a suit; dress or cost bY
great designer, save for it, You
can get' a notion of price by
shopping 'at your- favorite, de department,,Store.
partment,,Store. department,,Store. Then earmark a
tund espetially for the fashion
you 1 want. It's With easier 'to
wave for, specific Purrs',
, The '1, cage veil is a bandy
topping for tummer h air do s.
Light and airy, it won't disturb
your hairstyle, but will provide
head covettig of a king. They
coma in white, black and pastels,
' 1
'If yuu are going on a till baVe'
b3ok at those oft eather
sliPPers that fold into a tiny
leather case. lllost department
stores hive them. The y tuck
into coroer of a suitcase:,
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assortment of' dried stems, grass grasses
es grasses and. seed pods in cabinet
shelves over the stove. When one
bouquet loses her ,interest, she
selects a i few sprigs from ethe
kitChen shelf and arranges anotit anotitThe
The anotitThe phillips' interest A 101Mg
'people has ied them to sceent
Ithe responsibility of supervising
tthe Kobbe Teenage Club. The
venture is not a new onalor Sgt.
Phillips, who has worked with
teenagers in the past,
Together thoy express tho
thought that it is far bettor to
keep tho youngster; busy and
into "MI mischief," thus to
vading ths serious"' trouble..
They aro pistoling dances, par.
ties,' picnics, Ad outings and
hop, to interest other isonago
Clubs on the Isthmus In joint
' activities. '
Their interest is teenagers
starts, st home with their young youngest.daughter,
est.daughter, youngest.daughter, Barbara Jean, who
hat justlinished a month's stay
at Gorges Hospital. Their son,

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ICeep your barthropm shower
curtains and plastic, draperies as
fresh &nd clean as yourself.
Swish them through a lukewarm
suds bath, rinse and hang to dry.
Do this often before soil Sheres
4to the Platt,tft
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: Wood etperts pass on a Word
of cleaning advice to housewives.
Furniture will last longer awl,
look better. if you wash it cat catsionally
sionally catsionally with' soap, and' wather
Dry thoroughly Sid then use
your protective polish.'
hlow is. a good time te refresh
your closets and storage areas.
Remove everything. Give the a
rea sudsing and'vacuurn dust
from all the nooks and crannies.
You may Want to add is moth
Ipreventive -before, puttbag clothes
back,
,
rine steinware adds si totich''of
'elegance to any table. To care
for it properly wash it in-'tom
fortably hot and sudsy water.
Rinse in water the same temper temperature
ature temperature RS the wash watet If
there are any, stains en the glass glassware,
ware, glassware, rub the area with 4,,,piete
lot lemon. ,

' While getting Your 'clothes
ready' to wear, take a look at the
waistband. you are likemost
of us, this band wrinkles no
matter what we trY! StoP this br
applying an adhesive backea
washable tape to the inside of a
skirt band. Once ironed out, the
stiffener helps keep, things trim.
Wasis-ind-war clothing dries
in better shape if 'all the closings
are secure. Remember to close
buttons,' snap or ewers be
lore washing..

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MRS. ROSELYN PHILLIPS
Harry Ir., is 'serving with the f the Isthmus than she has of
Air Force in Texas. :Daughter the Islands.
Ann,-,who recently became Mrs. Not that she wouldn't like to
Lucas L,yman, still lives In Ha- be exploring Hawaii today.
wail. She la not convinced that a
.Mrs. Phillips says that since palm tree is a palm tree is a
she is no longer a working wife, palm tree.
she hag been able to enjoy Pena- Because nothing compares to
ma, and probably has seen more Hawailqute unquote.

Air race in Texas. :Daughter
Ann,-,who recently became Mrs.
LUCAS IMIlan, still lives In Ha Hawaii.
waii. Hawaii. .Mrs Phillips says that since
she is no longer a working wife,
she hag been able to enjoy Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, and probably has seen more

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Never tr'y to tell
A teen-age girl who has just
broken up with her steady that
she won't spend the rest of her
life sitting around home without
a date. ;
A man that any car is a bet better
ter better make than the new one he
is driving.
A' woman that she would look
younger with. gray hair than she
does as a bleached blonde.
Mothers how or when to dis discipline
cipline discipline their children.
A 16.year-old, about how eas3T
he has, it compared with you,
Olen you were his age.
A woman who enjoys being a
martyr that she ought to quit
being a, doormat.
..Parenta of a new baby that all
young babies look alike.
A saleswoman that you want
a dress in s certain color wheth;
et it 'is "being worn" this year
A teen-age boy that a girl is
"a real brain" if yOu really ant
hint to ask ber for a date.
A' person who is upset over
trifle that' it really isn't impor important
tant important enough .to, worry about.
A person,-., wtio, enjoys poor
halt& 'that be 1e looking migh mighty
ty mighty well.
A kid that something y o u
want him ,to tat Is "good for
Sports car enthusiasts that your
idea of a real, car is a n
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shift, power breakes, power steer steering,
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A min. that women ars safer
driversnever mind how ma n y
figures you have to prove it'
RAIL SHIPMENTS UP
WASHINGTON' (t1P0-.4. Heavy
dipments -of coal,', grain,' forest
nrodu c,t a and miscellaneous
freight sent-101 freirtht carioad
ings soaring to their,highest level
in,20'41onths;- the Assn. of Amer'.
can Railroads,'reported IhursdaY
Increased shipments to steel con consumers
sumers consumers befre July!, I 'strike dead-.
line also, contributed to the rccortU
hauL ,Loadings, in the week ended
June,20"amounted to- tA3,7311 cars
otombared with 709439 week
earlier ,And 628,010 a year ago.

By GAYNOR MADGOX, NEA
Food and Markets Editor
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The' Combinition Of vegetables,.
cheese and macaroni, can pro-,
duce simmer salads that stick to
the.' ribs, 'Served in, large bowls,
they are. perfect for the patio or
back yard ceokOut and Within the
skill tit even the, 'beginner coods.
,Gouda Magsreni. Sa:ad
' Makes- 6 servings)

One tablespoon salt, a quarts
boiling. water, 2 cups elbow. maca macaroni,
roni, macaroni, .8ounces), 1, 101ounce Goo Goode
de Goode cheese, .1 cup sliced cucum
ber, 1-2 'cup chopped. celery, 1-3
cup chopped ecallions 1-2 cup
sliced radishesi 1. 6-8-ounce pack-I
age Italian salad dressing mix.
Add 1 tablespoon salt to ra rapidly
pidly rapidly boiling water: Gradually
add macaroni se 'that Water con continues
tinues continues to boil, COok uncovered,
stirring oecasionally, until tender.
Drain in colander. Rinse with
cold water; .drain. Meanwhile, cut
cheeso coating vertically hallway
down' cheese. Make, cuts a out
3-4 inches apart; peel coating
down to resemble petals. Remove
cheese, from coating; reserve sh
Dice chees e. Combine cheese,
macaroni, cucumber., celery,, scal scallionsi
lionsi scallionsi and ridishes mik Ar Arrange
range Arrange macaroni mixture In salad
bowl, placing sofe of salad mix mixtura
tura mixtura in cheese shell. Set in mid middle
dle middle of bowl'. Chill. Prepare dress dressing
ing dressing mix accerding to package di.
rectiono. Serve with salad.
Spinach 'n Chaos .1
Macaroni Salad
...Make,s 6-8 servings). ;
One tablespoon Salt; 3 quarts
boiling 'water, tiiPs"elbow mace.
win' 8 ounces), 1 5-8-o u n c'e
package old-fashioned French sa salad
lad salad dressing mix,1.3 cup crum crumbled
bled crumbled American blue cheese about
3 ounces), 2 tablespoons sotii
cream, 5 caps spinach, broken hi
bitesize pieces. t ,
Add 1 tablespoon salt to told toldly
ly toldly boiling water, Gradually add
macaroni to that' water continues
to boil. Cook uncovered, stirring
occasionally, until ttnder. Drain,
Rinse with cold water; drain. Chia
meanwthile; prepare salad dress.

smooth and creamy- 'Adaii3 wur
eream Combhie, m sea,
mai, dressing ans. spinach.' Toss
lightly but thotoughly. ;

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, Grandmother knew ':ivhat 'shy
was doirtg when she used at' foot
bath of salts or baking ;oder The
warm water solution Atinit re.,
lief to tired, aching feet, and pis
helps soften any- rougb,i spots.
Keep your feet immer,,stcr, for
about three Ininutes
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breathless or with tiny achesvad
pains after wearing a girdle-0qt,
take comfort from a 4 man:A:6111c,
gentleman thought he ,watea
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When you dress in spring's-hgh-
er- colored leather and14-toesh
shoes. keep them- es -nett
clean ts possible. Nothinviv
tracts more from' one's' i'apliear.!
soca than shoes that are, divot,:
ored and rundown at the-t-teeltk'
When cleaning -mesh,', -footwear,
out a white rloth insidOtho shoe.
'; absorbk:',0 the vt.dirt. :4.: being
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, Fingernails maY:BaYelt! roust
when' pap houseclesA
thodgh you' May nefe, themlong'
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luiod- of ,,.,ebipping and breaking
nails' Af, you -keep ;them even iwith
the tips -of our.,1, fingers.'
manicured nails' at this length are
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touches stick ass flOwers,' Mita' be
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Dower tho wearer.? Vaperiment',
to see,- Where timPlObunch sof
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meanutbile prepare salad dress', iloolt ,heal.,11, you, have,
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' t t, ',: ', '- ': ' , , :' rain but not too much.. We have venture is not a Pew (miller Sgt.- ilAVAKROVAIMIT,...$ :,Iata.':',iiii-,',VZ'V-41'.00:',,,e,dtql49,9::Wttk-,, cheese and niaeartini can pro- : ..- -- ,-, :' .d..', .' :.:; i
i:".',f 0:-.:',Igr.ViVA'''': Vi4;i4iMi:i;W ''''',f4,:O:-?:'Mi?.:.SIMAPVINV:i)A '1 duce simmer salads that snick to rl -,'' r', re, 4! t ; ,.
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!i:',.L, '.,',- . ''l '' ' ' h' t '' teenagers In- the past, '''''' :''''''''''444,,,t;'",,'-:::':''''''''', '''''"'"."'"""'''''''''-"''' '''''"4,gtgigate40015f0 the' ribs, ''SerVed in, large' howl, -, ' "5 1 ', :j- ., '-
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cold cream will enter the ', cold lotion, 500 jars of :, a hormone ,--
lier nattering' iomthentary on ,-, ., -1,:k ., ., . ,;,c.:,a!,,::. : ';:',.,-...:M:Aiim,,,,x--:.:::,;'-',--z::::iT ,i.inWketil.4mw,A4'.47,t)ii4,-Mdmi,-44 they are' perfect for' the patio or
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otiar, wrth Russia n xt mo ream, for women over, 35, and ..-,,9ft:-Ami:4,:.;. ;.:.';:p-':49',;,1-:-,,,,.,-,,,,,,99,4,:?,4,!.:,,,,,n:i.:,,,,,- --w.,..-:,,.. oack yard cookeut and within the ',.. .... .--- 4 ,t
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, '': ftuatian women, who for years 1040 otmces, of pasteurized face osPI ere wa ,,,,-..,.,-----,,,,,:,::,,: 41::,44,,34?,,-,:Zq:K, -:,:,,,,,,,oz,:m::,:.,,:,:;,:::4-?,:r. ,,,,,,::,;(:,-,1 even a e n ,, ,,, ,,, .. ..,-.... ,,:
H MI wh she s ,credit tholight that:. It is far better to ' .-f.-wsi:Om.,,,i:-,i-,.::, -...:,,,,I,K,,v,,:0,:i!,?ft:.i, a.,2mit,..Atier.tt,,,n,, ,,,,,.:,,,.,,:4,4 sidu nf, ,th ,11 gin or 000ds
, r, ,- manager ::,. tor, :six year before keep:, lib. vituntastera bust', and :,.'0.;019AI,4Q,!!:i 141ted,:0,02;4140-:,:- .''r...,,.,,,,0.0114- li:I., . :
. have subscribed, to, the natural" cream. ,,, 1 ,, , , , Grandmother linevi','Whit At
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, -;;Iook, will get te set and samPle To apply' make-uP, there. will be ietuMg the sergeant' at k'ort.itob- int! !little mischief," thus se. ., .:,,,,,i,i,,:z;,:,.::,,-,:4,:,. -4: .:9x449.ww.,, A,:,:t-,,,..,, -..i.:,24 -,4$::::4:,',,,, ,A,.49 Gouda Macorirol. SCad vvas doing when she tilled at' foe
Ottr chsmetics at .the 'Alterman 1300, heanands, 200 make up be. :. ,.., -... -,, .,,, i Va ng s r ou
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...national exhibition in Moseow capes, 6500 cotton balls, .5000 pa-, -- ".- "" - Th y are planning dances or. :::, ,: ,,4,4i: 49m.,-,,,- -,,o,.,,,,...,,t,A ..4.,,-044,.4: .:. ,,:,,.,:.,
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Ault 25 to ',Sept. 5. ''.,, ,:', per towels, '24 mirros, six tweez tweezof,,
of,, tweezof,, A oug s o s ntpor y ..
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nod tho buskins "'world hope to interost otter ,Teenago e.. ,,, ,,..,..:. .. :.. ::,...,, .,, ,.., ,,, .:, ., :,,, --, One' tablespoon salt, a quarts lief le tired, e fang feet sod els
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' ii pniy.,,finn. : Pregenting 2 complete tissues. ,, ., , , , Roselyn,: Phillips does, ;mei ilc, nivs,,,', ; Clubs -on the Isthmus ; In joint ..44,:,44,-5,--,--" ,,,, ,..094v9,4- -..,v,,f 49,-,4-,- ,!49.94,49,4,:.x.4,,,,,9,..,,,,,,9.::,,A .3
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service oz. skin care and make. :,,,,,. : ' ' the meaning of the word Idle. activities. b t thr I t '' .:'"' ''
" Sha is at resent u to 94 Ok a,',:i.::. .4:, :-14,4
r Up. Demonstrations .will be,.. 'lv- The whole idea is to tell them nate. P P , Their interest in teenagers ,, .-, ' .. , : . her, 1.2 cuP chopped ;'eelery, 1-3 -.,,,...- ',., ,I-,',' !i, ';:,i
- .. en in a '30-foot kiosk, built like a how to' keep young-correct .wrin- her ears In model airplanes, t starts, st home with their young. , cu cho d -scallions ,' cu , '.''' ::','4,.. I ;-
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' : carousel. witb sides, 0,pen.,-..so that ides, get rid of lines, :learn face rough balsas, assorted,:issoosV
-.4 est,dangbter, Barbara Jean, who sliced radishesi 1! 5-8-ounce pack- Women who find theitte,vrit'
-visitorli,Can observe the activities, massages and neck treatments.' .blockii., pencils,: paint,, lart 417 hair" justifinished 'a ',month's, : stay ., 4. 1, 1 ', age Italian salad dressing mix. breathless ,or with tiny acherved
, Nlltileil,:2,,,,,, ,, , I only hope wives of Russian goy. patterns., , : 1 tables t t ti!. ;
at -Gorges Hospital. Their sOn, HarrY Jr., la serVing wiul the f the Isthmus than she has Of Add poon ial o r pams after weanng a grrdlithay
, & ,A.,:atfiff,,- 'of 4Xperts from the' ernment offieitds will Visit 'the of
She has shouldered the helm Air Force' lit Texas. ,' Daughter the. Islands. , pidly boiling:: water.' GraduallY take' comfort from a '4,.maiiiite',,
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) kfirni!'t.41fth','Avenue salon will salon," Miss ., Rubinstein said, the, arts and crafts department Ann,,,who recently -became Mre. Not that she wouldn't like to add' macaroni' so 'that'avater con- ,,
gentleman thought he watr,4 .:vie.Y,
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' 4.give:daily',timpultatient ,,and face smiling. ";:, -::,,, ',. ,; ; for' ,,Kohba's summer recreation : I. 1 Lucas, Lyman, still lives in Ha- be exploring Hawaii today. tinues to bolh. Cook uncovered, tim of heart disease., Aftellovisit
, leatmente.,',demOnstrate spot re- , ,,-. ', -': ': -' program, to open July. 6, ono la ,,,.MOtateMakiriGt wait ' She la not convinced that a stirring oecasionally 'until tender. ing a doctor he learned: Ms trons,0
. ducing4Xereistri, and ',stage dai- :- ..:. , ,,,,. - racing against .. time, to provide .,, ,
I' Mrs. Phillips says that ,since palm trees is a palm tree is a Drain in colander. Rinse with ers were too tight,: ironnd-t' I h a,,I,
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' ly- maktmip basic' rules; ,,,, ,,- 1,1,,, --P. ,, ', ,,,,, z a materials to keep seine 800 title :.; , ,. she is no longer a working wife, palm tree. , cold waterLdrain., 1Vleanwhile, cut waist. The moral: don't:lag on).
, We feet Russian winter' ',' are
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itilftal' ''' hs;ntotr (tItiheantitelleiX weeks, ''' '', ,,'' et.P Yo a ,
eurtams and plastic draperies as m
she hail been able, to enjoy Pane- ,Because nothing compares to
a and probably has seen more Hawail-quote unquote, ehoeeae coating ver:tically hallway wearing clothing that.ettts : cir,A,
d wo theese. Make ,cuts aoout ol ,i : : ., -:',. .,,!...,...
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; : 4bpngry for knowing beauty care,: ,, ., ,, ,-, ,., .:
n Her oWn talent in the arts and 3-4 inches apart; peel coating
' 17.1rid ,yit'understand they are bad., : i 't rRIENua ' fi td, t d: in --t,he fresh &nd, clean as ,yoursell 4 .i.a .,,,
crafts e s expresse , ,, down to resemble petals. Itemove Beauty: :Is a tipto-to.i.11 'few'
all lukewarm
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Phillips honie where unique' ar. .willn u'em larall-- a cheese from coating; reserve sh when you dress in spring'ss-ligh4- i
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0,,,ca,',' said Mile Rubinstein, Ala- ., ....T. ,,,:,?,.,00,.. suds batit,,rin e and bang" to. dry.
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nts of dried leaves and lbe PULA Mil-. ay3...
. ;-4ame Helena Rubinstein's, niece. ,.. ,,,,,, ., c f. rangeme ye this -often fore ,,soil: adheres Dice c h e e s e. Combine cheese. er- colored leather ,: andtnesli
, f .'',...3V,O,tent.a.,:thls",,will4'.be-, ao- chal. :- osom .4. :
, ' flowers 'are I.,:, tisetLWith 0 gh
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., maearoni:- cucumber,- celery I -!.
! S Ca..' shucs, keep them- se ',nettand',
, ,, hewn pottery.Irom the Interior. '' ui. 7. riqlq- .. ,, ,.,..,,, ,,.. ., Banal and 'ridisheo ink wed., Ar.
clean as possible.' :-Nothing,,,0,,,4,
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..o :,, c or g ussia. we .-., t:o ,, Wow etherts pass on si, Word Never tr'y to tell quaint equipment as automatic range macaroni 'mixture In salad tracts more from' one's! lappean,,
:would Ithrough beauty 1:1, little ':;.....S.
' ti damn .in the ,,countryt the of cleaning advice to housewives. A teen-age girl who has just shift, power breakes, power steer- bowl, placing ode of salad mix- ance than shoes that are' discol.
ambassador's, 'd,. be:,.1,CrY' haP- , '::" : '' i ,I
'-' '' ' trunk usually is fiqed ivitb Rose.. Furniture, .. will last longer and, broken up with her steady that ing, and air conditioning. tore in cheese shell,. Set in mid
7 ored and rundown at the'.--ileelsii.,'
N't she -said in an -interview. "1: ,, , k ,, , , lirn's weedY, '''ItUlt" un 'the look better. if yeti Wash- it Oen. she, won't spend the rest of hat , die of bowl.. Chill. prepare dress- When cleaning -mesh:',q Torawear, i
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' ' urn IP ' '' ' ''' '' on with' rioap and' wather life sitting arotmd home without A man' that women are safe,r Mg' mix' a cerding to -- ckage di. out a white ,Clothlrisidethe 'shoe.
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'''''Sleill'-'.4tlie Wile. cit'Aiictor !. Silson, ., ,, ,' ettioia0 ,"" , .. : Hers may be the' only, Id eh n Dry thorougmy and :then use a date. :,:. ,
, ;, i' drivers.,-never -mind how ma n y rectiono. Serve with 111 au. This -tbsorbe,"!'thCiAirt :';,.being"
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. ',lib Attstralian industrial, : designer ,,',. 1 ,, ,, I -' IN1 the !stimuli tf3, heuse '-- 77., your protective polish.' ', '' ,' ', ,- A man that any car is a b ,, ,. N
'- Chased,. tiway ; ,, e cieaner, ,,,5',,-.
,4elleVii that regardless of coun. , ''' ' ter make than the new one he : Spinach 'n Cheese '.,i, ::,-;., st ,:,,,.....',,,..,,f.',..,t.1,,,,-:,4,.,-4.':;;-.,,-"'
4.try,,, or:, politics,: women., h,ave : an, H i , , ., ' 5 ,5 Now is. a ,good time to refresh is driving., , , ,i Macaroni Salad 1 Fingtititili Ma'haVeli! roust !.
, ,Infterent!love,- of..costmetics.- So .1-,' The hestess Made a remark- A ,, , . .,
'' ' ' II' '' your closets Aqui storage' areas. '' A' Woman that she would look RAIL SHIPMENTS UP -. ,,,-.: , .., ,,..4,. ''',. t tune ;when- you, housocleatC Al Al,
, Al, 'she Will :,brighten.lUssiani wont-, that showed she disa,pproved a3, ton etc
',' Remove everything, ,Give the, I- younger with. gray hair than, she ..: .... ...makes 6.8 servings). ;., thud h ou ms :efe ,. Jon
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eny's day's bydoling out samples of.,,smoldng 2, ao ,the guest, made ' ,,,-,,.....- , rea s incising and vacuuto i dust does as a, bleached blonde. One tablespoon ealt, 3 clUargi mut ,taPeredv..there: is less 11. likell4
, ',. slipments -.,of coali'grain,' forest bo ., te t 'lip '" Poo eil ' ',, hi ri ', d'::' b 1
ilmg va r e s e w ma hood of ,-,c Pln g an teak ng
4.plus bookleta,printed in Russian a inental note not ', to smoke .. : : ' ''': ' from all the nooks and 'crannies. Mothers' how or when to 015' n r o d u e,,t a and miscellaneous i 8 ' c '0' n i .- A -th tiv i it
ron ces),., 1 ;5-8-o u n , a is if, you eep em ep w h ,,
'living t:rules, of :skin conk, and during the ;visit.,;' ,A :guest,', ows As an alternate- to'. shott white you may 'Want to add is moth cipline .-their,, children. freight' ent-"it il I I ht I cl
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' ,--,Make-up. '' ,, ,,,.: ,,, 0 '' '' her', hostess that,,. 'O11111 C(111 cOtton gloves for -,' summer,' trY preventive !before :, putting elotheS ,-,-.: ',) package old-fashioned ,French se, the': tips ng 'our,1,:fingers. ,e -Well...,
ings snarl o
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. '"-t Included' in the' shipmeiti i. to siderntion, ;..:,- ,. ,.,..,, .',. the tame 'AA. lo pale '-belge. back, ''.' :' A. ltiltar-614 about how ea ad dressing Mix., 1.2 cup crint manicured nails.' at this length are
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. e sm. ,o mer bled American blue cheese about just la flattering to our hangs as",
, '. Illoscow";will, be more than 25,000 .. :', -. , ,, ,,..,, ,,, ,Beige is a, neutral colori, too., :,,. , ,-- :,,- he haa, it compared with you,
can Railroads 'reported 'Thursday' bl ' ti'' I on ' ' Y ''''
"l'ildsticks, -from' pale ,pink ,for ' t,' ; -., ;.' ,,,..,..,-;. '''' '' ,::., I- ...' Fine ,steMWarit adds. a' touctt'of when you were his age. , ,,, 3 -ounces), 2- ta espoons so r a Aong-, ,etle,...., ,-.' . ,' ,:,,11. '.'I "..,.,.'i
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. teenagers te a 'provocative bright i: ,,, ,?,..,,-, :,.::::::9' ,, ,,, If ; you have always yearned elegance to any', table. To-,,, eere, A worn& i cream. 5 cePs sPinach, broken iii ,,,!,,,,,,: -,: ,,...,..,,-,':, ., ..;-,,, -,,It ; :,I.:-..,.;
, 7., red ,:: called, '" playing ,,,,tvith S fire." i- :-, :;,,:, '-',YI' ''. '..,:: for a Suit; dress -or ceat bY a for it properly Wash it In ,- tom. martyr that she, ought o q
t utt sumere befere',Julp I 'strike dead-, bitesixe pikes , , ,, ,81 'nett 'i,v..,,, la ... till i ,t'hedi e t".
line: alsorontributed to the rceorrr , .. mP Y, -,, ,,,,: a ,s ere ;
, "Li-There-418o will be 1,000'. contain- f; ."-,'".:Ig',4 ... ::." -.:i:, ''''' great designer, save for It. ', Yon tortably hot and : sudsy water. being a, doormat. Add 1., tablespoon Ilitt tO riaPM Of a well-fireased -woman,-4 Even,
it haul, Loadings, n th week ended
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' .tiimi el' black' Inasearabi".. and 500 t' .' .'4;.!, ''.,;''.','':: ',.,'.-' -.'''' Can get' a netion,' etf Price b Rinse in water the SMUG temper. .Parentie of a new baby that a ,
ly boiling water. Gradually add touchei rich, ita flOwera Mita, be
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eye,afraluOw animal awe, COS ,, Of '' ''. '''''.: ...': C 1',:i: 1 I. shopping at your favorite:, de- ature as, the wash water4 If young. babi
es look alike. t otombared ', 'with' 709,139 a week t b il C k n vered tirring th E rim t'''
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ear ' ,- :-..,'- .' : ' l; Rinse with. cold water: drain. Chill flOwert.," or,,,,,4rtificial.;, fruit :,; will
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Originally, ached :for, ',.June ',
17,y the weapons -,, isiday, was t
'postponed until the llowIng' day
because of bad; viva ert,o ', -- ik. '
The visiting c,soldie took ad-
vantage of the delay : present ':
lectures and practical enercises on
the 4.2,', with Sfc,-, Vincent. Ile-
dine smd Sgt. 'Album rrt fn
charge., -,' ; -,,, ,, 4,,, ,, 4
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, The merfartmen were ted-n
their arrival by CoL arl A.
Buechner, chief of the. LT. ArmY .-:
Mission to Guaternal ; an 1 ai- ,'
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Boyd: F.,, Reeder,- advisor, the
Guatemtalan Technical, Sr i 4
School.; TheY were 'quarter In
barracks.' prepared forthem :. t a
Guatemalan Army, post, '.'-',-, ''' ' t
-' Befor, returning to' Fort Koh,
the group -had :an opportimity t
visit Guatemala -City and Anti
gua,.' ancient capital Which, was
destroyed hy : yolcame eruptions
and an ,, earthquake about, 300
years: ago; 1. '' .' A -.
One evening they were guests
of President: Ydigoras at dinnet;
Team, metmbers embarked on a
busy schedule., when they retunt-
ed to the Isthmus.. "t: -' ' i -
Their got back front Cuatema-
la '"about-11. a.m., Saturday s and
noon' Sunday left to firrnish ar-!'
tillery 'support 'to 0 D' CoMPanY of s
the battle ,groun "in training at
Rio -Hato. ; , '; '
That mission. ended Tues d a 1 ",
and the 'following day men tt, of 1
Mortar Battery began a 2A-tiour ,'
training :problem, at 4E imp L :e 11
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COMMITTEE MEMBEAS for the ummer recreation Program'are: front row; left Wright; CWO PhMip-Veselo (bewling Cominitteeli r
.Mrs. Lawry' R.' Yeager (art's and ;crafts): 'Chaplain (CoL Silas Decket(thairman): Mrs. Laura Mc Caleb 'Wigan( hour): 5,1Sgt.:'
Wen RKline (assistant toordinator)t. and CWO,Ernest-Braswell (movie hour). Back row, same order: M...Read (tittle '',
TheaterWlfr.' Carlos Cardova (basketball); Maj.:J.:J. Gluch (coor dinator); Sp5 Hal ,D, HutOings andRfC.-Dliane S.' Hong Hongand
and Hongand ,(1.ishing).L:Absent from the .phota are Mrs.' J. M.-Read aittle Theated,land StaffordL..Stankwytch (golf). ?,

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MENDING THEIR TORN WORLDToney Lee, 0, right, and Judy Lynn, 11, happily enjoy
playgyound tar trom their homeland.' They're. Korean. Orphans adOpted by Mr. and Mrs.
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1.4 ,, 1 ,"
, lterge, Ebborts owskonod s'u'd 1
donig:, without' knowing why.
lits.4vom was dark except 'tor
tbS ornoks-gray square, spotter spotter.
. spotter. kith' Witt a dostm stars,
-ithat,ives ber window.
;old house creaked and
, slieetned to sig, and from the
barnyard came the muted sounds
of raking stock-,..old J3essie low lowsoftLY
softLY lowsoftLY to her call, the restless
s nicker of one of the horses, a
: tentative cock crow. Theo the,
sound that bad wakened her was
' repeated; "Kathie!" said the low,
;voice just:outside her door.
bistantly she jumped out of
rbed and, switched up her cotton
;t. housecoat. When she opened her
door, light ',streamed in from the
halt Against It the figure of Mrs.
: Jensen Vas', a bulky shadow..
yout' tbacle,, Kathie," she
said,rhe yoke- barely more -than
a whistker. viants, to see
12 you:" :
-, s ilines, 'Uncle, Job had'
been,. occupying a bed in the
, 44bacli parlor' of the 'old-fash
' foned California farmhouse. As
:; Kathie fellowed the older woman
down die stairs, she ran smooth smooth,;
,; smooth,; ing palms over ber hair, pulled
back and braided for the night
into two, swinging black ropes.
The- stairs grew progressively
, 'darker as they left the globe
burning,in the hall behind them.
;., On the lower floor there was no
.. bght except the bluish night light
from the sickroom. :
telephoned Doc Ilency," the
neighbor threw back over her
' shoulder. "'He's coming."
, ,',4Kathie was conscious of her
..,..stvelerated heartbeat. "Is he
,,' much worse?' she asked
xiously.
-41four uncle's pretty old," Mrs.
,lensen said vaguely.
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100)0 like hets holding 1,200-
liavyAng USS, Tawakont
sway from a Pearl Harbor dock
nhimsel.t. Actually, be is no..
Isitioning a Sender in between
pap 4tig's ,nose 'land the dock.
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1:30, 3i10, 5:05, 7:00, 9:00 p.m.

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Uncle JobItathie's great un uncle,
cle, uncle, reallyWould be 70 his next
birthday Anything could happen
And Uncle Job, harsh and Lntol Lntolerant
erant Lntolerant though he had often been,
was all the family Kathie knew.
She followed Mrs. Jensen into
the sicluvomand every other
though was banished from her
mind. For Uncle Job looked bacl
In the bluish dusk of the sick.
room, his harsh countenance
looked frighteningly cadaverous
and his eyes seemed iumaturally
bright. He was zaised high a against
gainst against his pillows and his breath breathing
ing breathing was unpleasantly loud.
"Kathie. ." he said hoarsely.
She knelt beside the bed and
stretched her hands across the
faded quilt toward him. "I've'
been a sorry parent, Kathie," he
rasped. "I've been too old to un understand
derstand understand a young one like you."
Tear's clogged her t b :4 a t.
"Youve been good in your way,
Uncle Joh."
lie ignored that "I've not
rnuch to leave you, girl The
farmrented. Stock won't bring
much." It was like him to, be
thinking of such practical things
now. Kathie's hands tightened on
the quilt
"There's my strongboxin the
closetall yours.' He fumbled
among the bedclothes. "The IteY,'
he said, and Kathie took it from
his trembling old fingers.
In a louder voice, be said, "You
hear that, Mrs. Jensen? All
Kathie's."

"Yes, Mr.' Hammer. I heard." and chickens. .rnen,: together,
"Rs not much, girl. He clos- thee turned the horses Into the
1
ed his eyes. The weary shadows uPper pasture...
OU his bonytold face had deepen deepened.
ed. deepened. I They were above the liaise
."You just rest now, Mr. Ham- 'now, and the scent of -eucalyptus
mer,, mrs. jeasea said soothing. was strong. end bitinu in their
ly. "The doe's on his way." nostrils, ,
- "Let's walk up to,the.' grove,"
,
Mrs. Jensen gave Kathie a look Buck suggested. --
and they tiptoed from the teem She looked anxiously back tt
the hour. "I don't know if we
The older woman led the way to
the kitchen, where she turned shoutd'
on a light and litii burner of the "Later on, there's going to, be
fille&. the too 'Many people around for ua
kerosene range, then
to talk," he said.
coffee pot with water.
Kathie sank into a chair, l'I Kathie shiveted. "It isnt right
don't know what I "uld hI've to speak as if he'd already died,
done without you, Mrs. Jensen. Buck," she protested.
You're so good to leave your Its only right to face the
Jamily and help us like this.", facts,' he countered.
"My family does all right Neither of them spoke for a
without me. I couldn't see ,you few minutes. They entered the
Work like a boy at the chores eucalyptus grove and the heady
and tend a sick man all night, fragrance was all around them.
too." Turning to look back, Kathie saw
"Buck's been helping with the they had climbed high enough to
-chores," Kathie reminded her, see the first rays of the sun.
and in spite of her sagging spir- Finally, Buck spoke. "When
its, some warmth crept into liar are we going te get married,
voice. Kathie?' he said.
The older woman looked at her She hied to evade him. "I don't
keenly. "You two aiming to get know...
married. now?'
Color rem; under Kathie's "How abotrt next Simday?'
ereamy skin. "I don't know." She started vielently. 'Buck,
"Might as well. You'll be ,all you eant be serious?'
alone, wont you, if,?" Her head "I ami though." His heavY.,
made an,eloquent lesture toward brewed face was very serious. .4
the sickroom, , "Blit,Kncle Job) '' :
mt. Li .,' .....,,A,.., 1.;', .... "We may. as well face it, Kath

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The President of Guate m I a,
Brig. Gen. Miguel Ydigoras, and
other high-ranking overnment
and military officialsAvere among
spectators..as members 'of Mortar
Battery, lat Battle Group, 20th
Infantry presented a Bre demon demonstration
stration demonstration for the Guatemalan
Army las week. ,
Forty-two officers and men
from Fort Kobbe went to Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala City to show the versatili versatility
ty versatility and capabilities of he 4.2
mortar.,
Firing positions were situated
kt the mountains 30 miles from
the capital, with targets oyer o open
pen open terrain about 3500 yards from
the gun positions. Pour mortars
threw 100 rounds on, four panel
targets and .several direct' hits
were recorded,,
Officers and ,NCO's, from the
Guatemalan Army who watched
the demonstration appeared im impressed
pressed impressed with the swift, accurate
work of the mortarmen, and the
last mission of the day,-ware fired
by President vdigorae,
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tied between TOM or rolling
hills spattered -with 'dark blobs
that were clumps of live
Buck came vresently to empty
her buckets of milk into 'the
big milk can which would soon
wheel down to the gate where it,
would 'waft the creamer3r truck.'
Kathie went on to milk the little
heifer who gave them 4milk for
the heuse, and Buek fed the Pigs
and chickens. Then,: together,
they turned the horses Into the
upper pasture.,-

, , . --we may.,as wen lace ni, nun nunThe
The nunThe girl nodded, her face I IIle.
Ile. IIle. By next Sunday, lour uncle
ouding. "tTncle Job ,isn'A really
y family, He married Auntie will be gene. There isn't Much
about it, is there?"
va Field, my great-aunt," Kath- dcKibt
Kathie shook, her hetd, bet'.
said. "I don't ,know much -a- throat feeling miserably tbick.,,-,,
nit his family." Her eyes dark darkied.
ied. darkied. "He never was one tO talk (To Bo Continu.d) I
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clouding.-"tIncle Job isn'A really
my family He married Auntie
Eva Field, my great-aunt," Kath Kathie
ie Kathie said. "I don't ,know much a about
bout about his family," Her eyes dark darkened.
ened. darkened. "He never was one to talk
much. you know.'
"I know," Mrs. Jensen said, in
that same dry tone. Job Hammer
had been a curiosity to his
neighbors then, and a curiosity
he had reMained. ft- was disap disappointing
pointing disappointing to learn that his great greatniece
niece greatniece knew no fore about him
than anyone else.
The fragrant aroma 'et perk perking
ing perking coffee bubbled up from the
stove,

"Here tomes Buck to ehlp you
with the chores--and you not,,e not,,even
ven not,,even dressed!"
"Oh!" Kathie cried, her hands
going involuntarily to her hair,
"Give bim some coffee; will you,
Mrs. Jensen? I'll be right
down!" She ran swgtly up the
stairs to her room.
When she returned a few min minutes
utes minutes later,. dressed in jeans and
a plaid shirt, her face was fresh freshly
ly freshly scrubbed and her braids,
gleaming now like black satin,
were wound coronet fashion, a aroimd
roimd aroimd her head.
As she entered the kitchen, a
stockily built young man rose
from a chair at the kitchen table.
"Hello, Buck."

Buck Landers was handsome
In a heavy featured way, his
face vilth a alightly sullen air.
But his eyes, were bright with ap appreciation
preciation appreciation Kathie's face.
"I came early. because I saw
your light,' be said. "Figured 1
YOu might need I
,
.4 Kathie smiled her gratitude.
"Doc HencY's comings.' Mrs.
Jensen repeated "Theres noth-
ing anyone can do till he gets
here.. You tWo go ahead :with
the chores and I'll, have break breakfast
fast breakfast ready when you come in.
Here's your coffee,, Kathie.. Now
you drink IC'
Obediently. Kathie sipped' the
hot coffee,' A silence fell over
them. Presently, ,without break breakingit,
ingit, breakingit, Kathie, and Buck picked up
the clean milk buckets Mrs. Jen Jensen
sen Jensen had set out and 'went out the
kitchen door.
As she milked, Kathie could
look out the barn doot. It had
beet a 'square of black velvet
when she first sat down, but as
her eyes 4 became aecustomed to
the light,''she could fake out tbe
Mikteteplag knot at Aka ger" Pi

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THE PRESIDENT OP GUATEMALA, Brtg.;Gen: Ydigoras; extreme 1dt amo4g interested
spectators at e weapons demonstration staged for the Guatemalan Army, by a visiting teaml from
U.S.: Army Caribbean, Also, yatching (hands. on kneeS) as Capt.. Philip ',R.,' Hertz;: battery tom.,
minder; adjusts a-training firing device to'ni 4.2 -Mortar' is Ida, Boy,d' Reeder, US. advisor to the
,, Guatemalan Technical, Service School, A' speciallt selected team frTni Mortar Battery, lst,
Group, 20th Infantry Fort Kobbe, went to ,City to ,show the Nersatility and capabilities)of the.4.2 'nor
tar., Officers and NCO's 'of :the Guatemalato Ar my' who watched the demonstration appeared imo
pressed with the. swift, accurate 'work of the mortarmen.' The ;demonstration, WWI part pf the- i'Ver,
' aU U.S. effort to ,assist Latin American countries. preparing for.mutual-deferlse of the hemisphere;
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'An eight-aaivity sunimer recreation -program, for dependent
children of the -Fort, Amadoro Quarr Heights 'and 15th Naval
trict communities, will get underway in the US Army Caribbean
,,o; wag announced last week, by Mat J., J. Glitch, Coordinator for,
the project and executive Officer at Fort Anutdor., ts.0
-, The program, designed ,to provide. organized and whotesom; res
creation for-children during the summer vacation months, will last
'for SIX, full weeks; and be, headed by a volunteer committee made up
officersr enlisted 'men and dependent adults tee command.'
Children in the age range of three, to 16 are 'urged to enroll..A10.:,,
' though the 'greater number of Children are from Fort ,'Amador,
,tluarry Heights and Ale 15th Naval District, thert, are expected front'
the Canal Zone and Panama some enrollees whose parents are' em,.
Ploved at Gorges, Hospital, the,Governor'spffice' and the. 'State Da.
,partmerit. ,' ,, ,
, Registratin will be held open fintil iuly,11 for late 'arrivals to
the command, , ,
Transportation will be provided for enrollees' ,,,froni- Quarry'
HeightS, Gorges Hospital and. the Governer's Officei
Last year 350 participated ,u1 the Community. fort
the ,program loaded with Ohio- Amador.
tie:activities, and 'arts- and crafts, -Among -the- crafts to be "plied
classes ander the supervision of will be leatherwork, designing and
50-volutiteer-instruetters.--A, like decorating,,sewing 1, and-- wood
number' is expeeted for this Year. working. Eiluipment aed Materi-0
According to Glitch, ."many ins- als have been purchased front
tractors:- for, -the,' activities are Youth Funds of the tomintudgek
needed, bi order suctessfully to The Little Theater ', Group
cam otit the well-balanced stc- whiih ; will 1:- be -,Mstructed 114;
tivities that contribute sigrnift, stairs,, in Building 33; Fort
candy to building oound physical medor. will 'Culminate activities
and mental,' health, to mold- with the stage show t
ing democratic citizenship a n d YOUP Eye," a popular and hum.
character, nd promoting SOCiEd, Nos hit from the States.. '
cultural, vocational and m o ria I ,Fiahlat Will' be open all

well being of our youngsters." :
Thosewho care, to, voltmteer
'their services the program,
may' ,volunteer by- ailing GluelL
To aid the summer recreation,
program' iii.,tho ommunities
' the Canal- Zono United Fund
' will maks a monotary allocation.,
Last year the' United Fund al;
locatod $5500 for tho 12'commu,'
nitioctof the Canal Zeno.
A portion of, the allocation WM
be used for individual prizes
in special events such as swimr
ming, fishing,', anti athletic 'acti 'activities.
vities. 'activities. ,,
Under, the,special supervision c.f
civilian and Anilitary instructors,
swimming ,classes will be held at
the 15th Naval District PooL and
at the Amador Clyninasium.1
, Instruttors 3 wM teach kd:
dies the rudiments of basketball,
boxing, wrestling and, volleyball.,
Softball win be held on the dia.'
monds of the three posts. :4
, For the 3roungster whe'vants to
further his capabilities in- Ahe
art of making things, arts. nd

youngsters ,andAwal,
for,, the heaviestand longest
fish- Caught during the ,-six.weelt
'period.' Catches ust be 4. regis
tered at the rort Areador,Conso
lidated Mess, Building 4f
Ciroll instruction- will be
at the Fre' Amador, (kilf Course
under the IsuperVision of expert
instructors, -'and bowling Will be
offered at the,,15tif Naval District
bowling 'alleys. -
, 'Post librares be- open ,for
the book-minded youngster.
'Registration for ',the program
can ade by, calling Glucit
at Aznador 4171. ,

STRIKE NAI,TS SNIPPING
COLOMBO,- Ceylon (upi)Tha
government instructed arity and
navy personnel Thursday,to stand
by to handle cargo operations la
Colombo, Port, now paralyzed by
strilce of lo,00p dock 'workers.
The strike was ,called commus.
Troyskyite and Marxist
controlled port kudons WednesdaY.
rlftptis. ships 10 port and 213

trait classes ill! be- 'offered atlifig'outside po- were:affected..
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that same ary tone. Jott tiammer ,... --1'.; '"'''''" ; I yi toot, -MUM 4,13T Me' lkolinet, Lyre N.,' '''
. . 'A-portion 'of,' the allocation 'Will, ,,
, -,,,4, had been a curiosity to his ,..,, ',-- , ,, , ,., . l'ost librares will be- Open Joe :
., '. :, -!;"' ''''"'''' C,,,,;'''' -., bviett-eisu.s, e',d,,,,,,,,,,,,,.fo..::r:",.,in,d, ,iv,i:d,.ua.1. .; -prizes 4.1,11w h:g' 11178..- -... young's'te" r.... ',' .. :,
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g'......,'''',,,',..- neighbors then, and a 'curiosity , ,. ;-,.-,. : , at .;" ook-mindeci
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' in sPeelal.'' nvents 'Inch 'Ill SW1111"-".-iteguistrittioo for, ,,the' :program ',;
,-... .' ,,, .-... ...,..., .,,, he had remained. ft- Was disap- ''. P : '''' .. ..:.: .1a04"' 1 '.. 4 ,,... Of '.....N.
' ' ..' .' ',:gleilialLak.444414.ii41,1WiikAii' in ,, ,' -,, ',.. rt 1.,
:'''' '''')'"f point g to learn that his great .4 , ,, , .. :
'5 . .... W
. .. .. ;',. ming,',,, fishing,', and ''', athletic. 'acti-
, .:. 4,4r a 1. .s f.,k- .i; ,,,,,,,,, -,,4; can -be ade- by .. ealling ,. Gluck '
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, HEAVE!--Straining seaman niece knew ,,,,no fore about hiM - ,:.. ... .,......-;,-vI.,.,,, -, oif .,".4 ..-,0"e"'
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:',...!. looks like bets bolding :1,200- than anyollo,,elsf., ,,,: ,.. ,,, ...,- -',. ,., ,..- ,,..,..,..,i'A-- :: 0,..., .., thader,"the'"apecial supervision'of , -,', : ''' "- , 1 ..,-.,
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-:5. Aon',NavyAug USE, Tawakoni The fragrant aroma of perk ,..,,, , , ,.... ,....., N., . ). -- ,..,
3,... v.cv111441n ',Ind'"Inilit'arY instruelms; STRIKE, HAI,T5 SHIPPING '.---t 'F.',
.. ., swimming 'classes will 'be held at ,- .. . -,, ,. t., ,, , ,, '4' -. .:
' :' from a Pearl Harbor dodc ing 'coffee bubbled up from the , --:, ,-''',.."., if ,--:-',.'. ,.... -: :'''. .. ,, ,. .... -. '., ...... -..-- ...... -----.- . .
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! the 15th Naval Di.strict Pool, and ,-:. COLOMBO,- Ceylon' (11a"I1-This,.. ,t,,''. ;--
',',72. bi himself. Actually, be Is Po- stove, ., ....... r rkd:'
kd:' rkd:' ngavvyeisn.,, pmeresntonn
ierilatTrbucutredsdit.yarro.ys.t,aann.dd .,-..,.,,,........:,:,:.... i.4
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.,.',';'..' sitioning a lencler in between '' ' ' '' '''' '''-' 4.'- '' ' THE PRESIDENT or .GuAtEmALA" ,,,Blig.:gen :,:y.:10.- a ydigkas,,,,xtre,me. WO is-amo4g interested st the' -Atmrads..,3.)rwm' e'lleaninehasiciti,me.,
, ''. sba,,tug's, ,nosetand 'the dock. "Here tomes Buck to ehlp you , ,-.,-. ,., 9,,..r .,...r.,.....r ..s I . apectators at e weapons denionstration staged for; the Guatemalan- Army's 'by a 'visitintteaml from ,-.I.natrue.
'' 1., --. ,''' with the thores--and you notke- .' ::, -,,,...... !,..,,,-;,'..!',.-,;.,-( UtS.: 'Army Caribbean.:',Alan,,watchhig' thanda.nn.- knee I:- as :Capt., Philip, .,,,R.,,, Hertz attery tom-, dles the :rudiments, of ',basketball, by, to- hand ,kargo operations in .i. ...,
ven dressed!"
...,. .... ,... ' '-' '.. .V',''' -- i':'''',' a er adjusts a-traming firing device:toil .4.2 ''..,-tnortar' is IVIaj,'Iloy,d Reeder; 1.1E;,adviSor to; the' -,boxing," 'Wrestling and -vollerball., Colombo, Port,' now:paralyzed by ,,....,
.4...', i f "Oh!" Kathie cried, her hands
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4 going involuntarily to her hair, ', .- ,,-..',, :..' '...';',i. ,."',' 4,;-;.,,"."., S f ball 11 be b Id the d t ilt f 0 000-d k rkers.
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'-' ,',, ', :' -!-;',"-,-,',.-r" ,,,-,1-':''.,!".':'--,..."trr -.,'''..-,.....1.: -. Guatemalan,- Technical:Service School A. -.-speciallt selected, 'teain., frcmi Mortar -Battery, lst Battle 0 t Wi e .0n, la- a s r e oc 0 ,,..,
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e demonstratin aPPeared im' and an.- earthquake about300 ...
Mrs -Lawry II,' Yeager (artsand!ertfts)1., 91,eplaie, -P Col.,',. Sila .A ..- Decker'. (thair man):. Mrs, Laura -McCaleb .(library, hour): MSgt...;4---!...1,'., '.
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' One 'evening en,R,-,,Kliite. (assistant coordinator), ayin t.;wt.i., Ern(est -Brasws ell 'I (movie bourl''- Back row, Same. order:r.Cdri4...-,-M.',, Read (tittle .:'.,,, '' ...'.' ;.: ..' r
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st mission of the d-aylvtaa fired of- President;YdithgeorY''avisereat 1:dguintiesIser;.s.Theater);'1fr.:',Carlos Cardova (baskethellY;. a m : uc
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and ,.ishbag).CAbsent' from the ;photo are- Mrs.! J. ,. ..1t,ead (1,itt,I. e, Theaterl,,land ,Ste.,'.Stafford :14,, ,Btenkwyt, .. .c,h.(golf).'(..,4r-u.i-Ar-. in-?,y'..?,1, h.ote i,.!,,,, .,.--,, .,..y. .,,z:-.,.
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